We were travelling north on the I-81 and, instead of pulling off into one of the private campgrounds as we usually do, we decided to stay overnight at this park, It was a good decision. An extremely helpful ranger gave us a map and told us to choose a site. We chose a site in the Chinquapin Hill campground where no pets are allowed - I like the idea that there is this choice; no chance of being disturbed by barking dogs. We had to use the levelers to level our camper van as the sites are in a hilly area. We had electric hook-up but no water at our site #42. The bathhouse was reasonably clean but the showers are of the "save water" variety and one had to hold open the handle for a water flow. We hiked the Ramble Trail suggested by the ranger as suitable for the time we had available. The clean well-marked trail follows a creek and there are wooden bridges over it and short boardwalks in low-lying areas - unfortunately it is close to the road and there is a lot of traffic noise. Another time I would hike out the AT a set amount of time and return.
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