It's a beautiful campsite. Im reviewing this for tent camping. But note. It's VERY expensive. Paid $240 for 2 nights of tent camping. Great access to Appalachian trail. Sites are big with a lot of forest if you choose your site carefully. Negatives: incredibly expensive. They recently upgraded the main bathrooms but the other showers and portapoties are TERRIBLE! And half them are closed most of year. Making it a drive to go to the bathroom. Very poorly designed map and driving road markings. In the dark you'll def get lost. They will NEVER pick up the phone if you have to call them with questions. But believe me they will send someone to your site if they can charge you more for anything!
Decent size campground with big hills. We stayed on the loop only part way up the hill (site 1). Was easy to get in/out and was fairly level and a full hook up. The hiking trails were marked well and the pool area was clean.
I came here many years ago with my camp, when the site was under previous ownership. It was more rustic then, with fewer amenities. I spent the day there yesterday hiking and exploring the Blue Rocks. The site is very well maintained, clean and still maintains a rural, but comfortable feel. The staff are very nice and friendly and seem to sincerely want you to enjoy yourself. I love the car "museum"- made me feel like I was visiting an old friend's garage. Can't wait to go back.
Blue Rocks Family Campground is great for kids! They have a pool to refresh in, creeks to play in, and activities every weekend! This hiking trails are beautiful and and a great view from the top! The Wood's family is very kind and caring! The kids have so much fun! Last but not least, every Saturday afternoon they have real first such rides around the campground! Very recommended!
My husband and I are so happy with Blue Rocks! We spent this last weekend (6/28/19 - 6/30/19) in Cabin 5 and we really enjoyed our stay! We love the fact that the cabins were updated with air conditioning. That made such a difference. When we walked in, it felt fantastic. However, one of the light bulbs need to be replaced. We met Sue (the campground ranger) while she was driving around, and we let her know. She sent Dave to replace it. Upon our arrival, while unpacking and setting up our site, my husband realized he forgot to pack our stove. Oh well, we decided that we'll just go to Walmart and buy a grate to put over the fire pit. Saturday morning we decided to eat breakfast at Woody's Filling Station and while in conversation with Donette we told her about it. She so kindly offered us her grill. Later in the day, John brought it around and set it up for us. We told him we wouldn't be able to bring it back because we don't have a pickup truck. He had no problem with that and told us he would pick it up before noon on Sunday. I can't tell you how relieved we were that we didn't have to cook everything on the campfire, especially since it rained. Next, after the storm, water got into the outside electrical outlet and shorted out the lights in the cabin. We stopped Sue again and told her. John, Dave and another man (I didn't get his name) came around and hit the reset button and checked the circuits but to no avail. Then the third gentleman used his compressor to blow air into the socket which did the trick. After he left we put a piece of duct tape over it in case of more rain. Blue Rocks Family Campground has exemplary people working for them and we wanted to extend our gratitude! We have been coming to Blue Rocks for many years and plan on continuing. Thank you so much for your great accommodations.…