September 2, 2020 - reviewed by Razor
Great Lake Access
Beautiful setting on large lake. Weren’t told ahead of time that they only have a few FHU, and that the sewer at those sites was out of order. A bit tight getting in and out of some spots. Doug on staff was very helpful.
June 20, 2020 - reviewed by So Wickesited
They Call it "Rustic"
Stayed 4 nights as part of our Thousand Trails membership. Partial hookups - water (great pressure at 60psi) and electric. No sewer sites were available. They offer a honey bucket if you schedule ahead of time for a cost ($10 I think) but we were only here a few days so we just used the dump station up at the top of the campground on our way out.
The entry to the gate can get a little crowded which leaves you hanging out in the road. Luckily it's not too busy. The main road down into the campground is a bit steep but paved. Once you reach the bottom, all the roads are gravel/dirt. They're maintained well enough that we didn't have trouble hitting holes or dips. The roads are a bit narrow through the trees so it can be tricky maneuvering around with a larger rig with the trees, people walking, and vehicles parked by the road.
None of the sites were particularly level.
It's a short walk down to the lake. We fished, used our portable kayak and enjoyed walking around on the docks.
June 5, 2018 - reviewed by Peggy Wood
Enjoyed Our Stay
Nice location on Lake Gaston. It’s unfortunate all the prime sites are taken by annual lease, but still a pleasant park to stay in. Some sites are not level and anything over 38’ will be hard pressed to find a site big enough. Pool is nice but cool. Most sites are nicely spaced. No tv reception here except pbs and too many trees for satellite. We were lucky and had a nice view. Paid $10 a time for pumpout at the site.