We visited for three days and were assigned a spot in the new area. The design of this new campground leaves lots to be desired. The campground has gravel roads with minimum sized concrete parking pad and grassy area around the pad. Once you park on the concrete pad there is hardly enough room left to put your chair outside your door. The whole area is low land and the grassy area was soft, wet and mushy. Designers could have made the pads larger similar to Kings Bay GA, for example. Where on a single concrete pad you can park your RV, put the awning out with your chairs, and still have room for the picnic table. There are no trees or shrubs in this new construction. Very sparse looking. Even the old area had water and mud puddles at the parking locations. This is a good campground to go to if you are passing through, but I would not consider this a worthy recreational long term site.
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