Reverse polarity at 104 and when we ask at the gate, the reply was “what is that”
So we had to do like if we were boondocking. We checked with the Ranger next morning and he sent a couple of guys with voltmeters and what not. Apparently because the campground is full he said someone’s camper is kicking back a couple of volts and he hooked up the voltmeter to the 30 amp receptacle with one prong to the ground and one to the neutral and the reading was 2 volts indeed. I am not an electrician but to be on the safe side I still didn’t hook up, after all it was only one more night.
June 4, 2019 - reviewed by John
Really Nice Place
We stayed here for a weekend. Really liked the place and we were very happy with how sites are set up. Not much hiking but the swim beach and playground were great for the kids. Bath house was pretty dirty, not nasty, I think the camp host must have been slacking off that week. Planning to go back many more times!
June 29, 2018 - reviewed by Lee
Holly Point Campground
Nice park. Way off the road. Quiet. Trees between sites. Gravel sites. 30 amps. Rustic. Loop 3 seems to be best for big rigs. Didn’t visit the rest rooms.