The climb to Fancy Gap was filled with the contrast of daffodils in the median and snow on the shoulders; not a completely abnormal sight in the Appalachians in the springtime. Once we hit about 2500 feet the snow took over and the daffodils were still hibernating. At the campground we were lucky enough to get the last open campsite and that “they were still working on them.” Our rains further south were a foot of snow in Fancy Gap over the weekend.
That being said, we had a place to park with a laundry and services were all functioning just fine. We were informed that the water at the sites would be turned off at 6:00 because of a hard freeze that night so we filled our tank and all was well. No OTA TV but there was cable. Both Verizon and AT&T were good. Bathrooms were clean and hot water was very welcoming in the morning. Owners went out of their way to be helpful.