We called and made a reservation about a week before our arrival. Since it was a holiday weekend they were pretty full, but they could accommodate us in "overflow", which has electric hook ups. When we arrived we were escorted through a beautiful campground surrounding a lake. We kept going and ended up in the middle of a full time trailer park that was really run down. I think some of the trailers had been there for 50 years. The only good part was they parked us next to the showers/restroom which were clean. We were never given any paperwork to explain the park or their activities. Very disappointed in the park, and never would stay in the "overflow" area again.
A nice clean park right across the street from Lake Superior, right on the main road around the lake. The campground host directed us to the back of the campground, stating it was quieter back there. There was a train track back there, but the train only came through once during the night. I recommend this campground for it's location.
A beautiful campground nestled under a canopy of tall trees next to the St. Croix River, with river access and walking trails. It was nice and cool, and we were happy to find hardly any mosquitoes or bugs. A great find in the middle of the summer!
We came up from Phoenix, so it was wonderful to have cool weather in the middle of the summer. It was a nice and quiet campground located next to the fairgrounds. We pulled in at dusk and enjoyed sleeping under huge pine trees. The campground host came by in the morning and took our fees. He was very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. I highly recommend this campground for those passing through Flagstaff.
The campground is located on an island in the middle of Albert Lea lake. It is nestled under a canopy of trees and is nice and quiet. I would suggest you get a site with electric in the summer since it was a little hot and sticky. There was a few mosquitoes and a lot of long legged spiders, so also bring some bug spray. But overall, a very beautiful campground.
Located near the entrance of Denali National Park. Very close to the general store, showers, laundry, and dump station. A resident moose wandered through camp the 2 nights we stayed there. We will definitely stay here again when visiting the park.
A nice place to stay if you are only looking for dry camping. We parked right next to the fishing hole and walked to the shops at the harbor. Our neighbor welcomed us into camp with a big plate of delicious beer battered halibut and blackened halibut. Very friendly people at this camp, and a great place to watch the bald eagles.
Very clean campground with the stream right next to the campsites, and within walking distance to the lake. Extremely nice campground hosts. The only negative is that there isn't very much shade in the campsites.
Nice, clean park with a very friendly host. She met us at our site to help us register. A beautiful location, right on the Snake River, but the spaces were a little small. A great place for a one night stay.
We have been camping at this campground for several years. It is a primitive campground with pit toilets and no other amenities, but the location is great. The campground host is always friendly and helpful. Located on the Lee Vining Creek within driving distance of Yosemite, Mammoth, Bodie, and Bridgeport.
Camping area is a parking lot at the far end of casino, not in a formal RV area. Some of the light poles still have electric hook ups, and a few rows have 20 amp hook ups. No bathrooms available. Very clean and a safe place to stay for free!
Parked on gravel, but park was neat and clean. RV park is within walking distance to casino. Security vehicles patrolled very often, which made us feel safe. Some road noise, but not enough to bother us. Showers were clean, but very small and needed a bench and hooks to assist with keeping clothes and accessories dry while showering. Overall, a nice place and we will stay here again.
A beautiful campground within walking distance of the visitors center where the cave tours begin. The caves are exceptional, and I highly recommend both tours. Large sites with clean, beautiful bathrooms and showers. Easy access to the campground, and only 9 miles from I-10. An overall great campground that I recommend even if you are not taking one of the cave tours.
Office was not open when we arrived at 11:00 am. Campground was small and in need of some TLC. Weeds, old cars, and old mobile homes made me feel like we were staying in an old trailer park instead of an RV park. Confusion on my part led to sarcasm from person who finally arrived late to open the office. I felt like I was interrupting his day by trying to check in. Good location, in the center of town, but will not stay there again.
The cleanest park, laundry room, and showers I have ever seen in a campground. Everyone (including the owners and campers) were so friendly and helpful. We camped in our small 20 foot Pleasure Way, and the owners came over in the evening to make sure we had bathroom facilities in our rig before locking the restrooms for the night. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.