Saturday, July 25, 2009

North Fork Resort, a membership park

In Front Royal, Virginia we decided to stay at one of the membership parks in our Coast to Coast system. There were 2 parks to choose from in this area and we selected the one that would provide 50 amp electric service and be nearest to the Skyline Drive entrance. The park was the North Fork Resort. It was easy to find this resort as it was only 1 mile off of I-66.

You can easily see their large sign before you get to the turn in for the resort. It is a private camping resort, which means members or affiliate members only.

This is the guard house where guests do the registration work. There is 24 hour security, 7 days a week. They give you a vehicle pass to put on your tow vehicle for re-entry. We don't usually hang those on our rear view mirror when we are driving as it is a distraction. We put it on the mirror when we are parked in our RV site and when we want to re-enter the park. OK, fine and dandy. We went to drive out the next morning (in our car) and the lady at the guard house wouldn't let us out. She said we had to have the vehicle pass on our mirror. I said, "but we are leaving the park not coming back in." I couldn't figure out why a person would need to have to use their pass to get OUT of a park, but we complied and gave her a big smile and drove away thinking how weird was that.
There are 3 pools in this resort and they were all very clean and well-maintained. There was also a clubhouse with the usual amenities. There was also a mini golf course, pickle ball court, basketball court, and a large athletic field. You are surrounded by mountains at this park which makes a beautiful atmosphere. There were over 200 campsites here.
Our campsite was right on the river and it had full hook-ups with 50 amp service. It was a nice grassy site with lots of trees behind us.

Here is the river behind our site. Some people were tubing down the river earlier in the day.
Another view of this peaceful river.
Even Annie, the Schnauzer, liked to get out and look at the river. She was particularly interested in the ducks out there! Here she appears to be more interested in something down there on the ground...hmmmm...wonder what it could be?

We try to utilize any of the parks in our various membership systems as our first choice. Then if there are non available where we want to be, we select something from our Trailer Life Camping Guide. I'll write in a future posting about our membership program and why we chose to finally purchase one.
Until next time.....so long for now!





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