Park is being developed in an area between flood-control dikes as part of a city park. Has a nice lake next to the camping area. On arrival, noticed that the grass was sparse and mud-covered. Talked with the ranger who said that the area was underwater a couple of weeks before due to flooding, They have done a good job of recovery. Few trees in the camping area so no shade. Park is probably 30 miles from downtown St Louis. It is close to the historic area of St Charles. Recommend it. Overall, good park for a short visit, but not a destination park.
RV park is part of the casino property. It is right on the shore of Lake Superior and the views are wonderful. Spaces are varied. Some are open and fairly level. Others are tight. Restrooms are in the hotel and are very small and only two shower stalls. No laundry. No pool use for campers, only for hotel guests. Did have a portapot in the campground. Overall, a 10 for the views, not for the amenities. Approximately, 5 miles north of Bayfield. Nice little town.
Campground is part of COE Lake Arkabutla in northern Mississippi. It is about twenty-five miles south of Memphis. We stayed 3 nights and used it as a base to visit Memphis. Easy access to I-69 and I-55 and Tunica casinos. 8 miles south of I-69. No internet and very poor cell reception. Lake is beautiful and campground is right next to the lake. Probably would not stay there again unless lake use was the reason. Federal senior pass rate.
Very nice campground on Nolin Lake. It is about twenty miles off of I-65 so it probably is not an overnight stop. Very nice for extended stays. Camping area is on a peninsula surrounded by lake on 3 sides. No pool but there is a beach area for swimming. If you are visiting Mammoth Cave, the campground is a good base. It is about 15 miles from the Green River ferry which is very close to the Cave visitors center. We stayed 2 nights. Would stay there again. Rate reflects Federal senior pass rate (50% off)
I agree with previous reviews. Very nice area. Fairly close to Charlotte but it takes a long time to get anywhere in Charlotte due to traffic. The RV sites are sporatic. A few are fairly flat but others are very sloped. We stayed on R-3 and could not level the motorhome without blocking. If you make reservations, ask for a level site. Our MH is 30' and roads were tight. Longer rigs would have a lot of trouble getting around. Overall, would stay here again, but know what to ask for now.
Very nice State Park. Regular nightly rate was $28. Seniors get 20 percent off. Skidaway island is an upscale area south of Savannah. Sort of hard to get too with alot of traffic construction in the area, but worth the time it takes. Sites are in a wooded area. Older sites are dirt with no sewer. They have a mixture of 30 and 50 amp sites with cable at most. They are just completing 10-15 full hookup pull-through sites for big rigs. Fairly good access to Savannah, about 15 miles to downtown. Enjoyed our stay and would stay there again.
Stayed here just before Bike Week in Daytona was set to begin and part of a rally. Big mistake. Instead of putting us in the regular campground area, they put us back in the part of the park with permanent mobile homes in it. We were interspersed among the permanent sites. Not good. It appeared the premium sites were going to the bike week attendees at premium prices. Overall, if we were in the better sites, it might have been a better experience. Used none of the amenities. Did explore a lot around Daytona, Ormond Beach and Flagler Beach. Recommend the area, not the resort.
Decided to visit based on prior review and resorts' website. Calling this park a resort is somewhat of a stretch. There are very few amenities. What they do have is a beautiful piece of land fronting Matlacha Sound to park your RV. They list eleven sites but if they were all full, you would be packed very tightly. We, however, along with two of our friends and their motorhomes, had the resort pretty much to ourselves. It was great, and we had a good time exploring downtown Matlacha (mat-la-shay). Several good seafood restaurants and art galleries. We plan on returning for a few days in the fall before the busy winter months. If you are looking for a few days in "old Florida," this is your place. Just don't expect the usual campground amenities.