A quiet campground, but kind of dumpy. Broken glass on campsite, firewood that wouldn't burn (we couldn't bring our own). Kind of surprised by the number of yuppies there (RV with satelite dishes makes it obvious). Swimming pond covered in algae, only one set of bathrooms. But it was quieter than many I have been to.
Posted: 8/28/2011 • Link to this review
Let ME SAY WE CAMPED IN LATE OCT.LEAVES FALLING, TEMPS FALLING AND "WOW" WHAT A GREAT TIME WE HAD,,WE FIRST MET THE PROPERTY MANAGER (SONDA),,NICE LADY SHE IS,,VERY PROFESSIONAL ,,VERY SWEET...SHE CHECKED US IN AND TOLD US THE RULES ((WITCH ARE TO BE EXPECTED)), WE THEN WERE GUIDED TO OUR CAMP SITE BY ONE OF THE EMPLOYEES,SET UP WAS NICE,, PLUGGED IN AND HOOKED UP ,,SIMPLE AND FAST,,WE RESTED FOR A MINUTE AND THEN TOOK OFF ON A WALK AROUND THE CAMP GROUNDS,,MET A FEW OTHERS AND REALLY ENJOYED THE AREA,,THIS WAS OUR FIRST TIME CAMPING IN OUR VINTAGE 1971 15' KAYOT AND JUST HAD A GREAT TIME,CANT WAIT TO GET BACK TO EMERALD TRAILS,WHERE WE STILL HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF THE TRUE WILD LEFT,THANK YOU EVERYONE,,KEN AND J
Posted: 10/24/2010 • Link to this review
My husband and I are on a 3 month road trip across country, and we have seen many campgrounds. This one has pretty scenery, but the service is the worst and made us very uncomfortable. The elderly female owner was condescending and threatened to "turn us away" multiple times for no reason. Pets are not welcome although Woodall's states that they are. The owner gave us a campsite in the corner of the campground next to abandoned trailers so others without pets "could not see us." The owner stated it is a cash only establishment- or maybe that was just in my case. We had to drive 4 miles out of the way to find an ATM and come back. I slept with a hunting knife next to the bed. Do I have to say more?
Posted: 10/02/2010 • Link to this review