Upon arrival we were greeted by some very friendly staff and lead to our site by a nice staff member on a golf cart. He made sure we were situated on our site before he left and didn't rush us. We weren't happy with our site, but there was nothing that could be done about that since it was Memorial Day weekend and the campground was filled to capacity. We had never been to Ramblin Pines before, so when we booked our stay we had to depend on the lady taking reservations to give us a nice site -- we booked five months ahead and the lady said she put us on an excellent site -- she was dishonest. We took a look around the whole campground and we could not find a site worse than ours -- we would have been better off camping in our driveway where it meets the four lane road. There are some fairly nice campsites, but they are few and far between, and they are all occupied by seasonal campers which leaves only the bottom of the barrel sites for vacationing campers. Ramblin Pines is more of a trailer park than it is a campground with its super small sites with RVs packed in like sardines. Ramblin Pines would be fine for a place to stay for a night while traveling to a good campground farther away, but it is not the type of campground most would want for a vacation. There is a "dog park" which is about 40'x40' and there is a sign there limiting your visit to fifteen minutes -- this rule is strictly enforced by the owner's son who will make sure you know who is in charge, and speak to you in a way that will ensure you never return to this campground and cause you to write reviews to warn others of this man's bad attitude and rudeness. He is the owner's son, so his attitude towards guests is a direct indication of how people will be treated at his family's campground. It is my choice where to spend my money and I choose to never spend another penny at Ramblin Pines Campground. It is a shame I have to write such a harsh review, but I feel in this case it is warranted. I would much rather have had something good to write because that would have meant my long weekend vacation hadn't been ruined.