This place must have been updated since the previous review. It looks brand new with large concrete pads, BBQ grills, and despite the drought, the grass was green. While there are lots of trees, most of them are not at the full hookup sites. We stayed 3 days and enjoyed walking along the lake shore and cooking out in a brand new never been used grill.
This is a newer park, and they are still in the process of expanding. While we were there they began construction on the pool. Everything is pristine. Clean restrooms and showers, nice store, cabins and tons of fun things for the kids. I can't wait to return another year to see their progress. In the meanwhile, expect a little construction noise. There is no off season in Michigan to do the work. It's either summer or snow. The trees will grow, and this will be one beautiful family spot. We paid $51 for a similar park last week, so it appears South Haven has adjusted their price to compensate. Owners and staff were very nice and helpful. Storm came up just as we were getting ready to leave. They told us not to worry about the checkout time.
Such a nice park! We moved here from a private park with electric & water only for $34/night and no shade. This is much nicer even though it is electric only. Lots of tall trees! We camped here during the week and found it very peaceful. Nice swim beach on the lake, too.
Beautiful campground if you can get one of the seasonal sights but you'd better book well in advance. We didn't and ended up on the next to the last row in the new section with no sewer and tiny new trees so there was not a lick of shade. No way to enjoy sitting outside until late in the evening. We left after three days and moved to a nearby state park. Only electric there but saved about $13/night and we have lots of shade.
We knew in advance the park did not have sewer but were told we could release grey water if we needed to. We were only there for 4 nights so it wasn't an issue. Sites are all grass and sand and not many of them are level but we found a great one right next to the pathway to the pool. The pool was nice and clean as was the bath house. The bath house is the only rest rooms other than portables situated around the camp. Fantastic trails, nice staff, and lots of shade. It was very hot while we were there and ceiling fans on the front porch of the office would have been nice for using the internet. That's the only place it was available except in the office which is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday and, of course, that's when we were there. We didn't spend a lot of time in camp but when we were there everything was fine. There are a lot of onsite RV's where folks come and go but the place is clean and not trashy. We would return if passing this way again.
If this park had a pool and Internet, it would definitely be a 10 on my scale. Most sites are well shaded by the tall trees except a few along the river bank. Tranquil setting with lots of birds and squirrels. Paved roads and pads. AT&T coverage good. Rate reflects senior discount.
Membership park that is now available to public for a fee. We are members so rate shown is for public stay. Adult pool was fantastic and recently redone. Activities are generally only on the weekend but water aerobics were M-W-F at adult pool. Family pool is also open and miniature golf course was fun. Roads need work.
This is a membership park that is now also open to the public for a fee. Lots of nice shady sites but many of them are taken up by members with long-term leases. Internet is available ONLY at the Family Center. Pools are nice. Roads desperately need improvement. We are members so did not have to pay. Rate cited is the public fee.
Not a lot of shade but still a nice park. Yes, it has gravel but it was well packed, so no problems. We spent very little time at our site as we were visiting relatives in the area, but we would stay again.
Great little park. Several long-term residents but mostly at rear of park. Sites were spacious and most had shade trees and concrete pads for the picnic table. Staff was always friendly and helpful. We really enjoyed our 3 night stay and would certainly return.
Had read the reviews online and knew to ask for a site not facing the road coming in. We had site 32 and it was great. Office staff was friendly and easy to work with. Food at the Roadrunner Cafe was good and service quick. The park was pretty full both nights we stayed, but it was quiet, clean, and all the campers very sociable. We've already made our reservation for the return trip.
This is a nice campground a short distance from the interstate but far enough that the noise is not that noticeable. Sites are neat and well-spaced and most have small trees. Wi-Fi is available but they were having trouble with their provider while we were there. Had a small disagreement with maintenance man about the water standing around our sewer disposal but when we later talked to owner she apologized and said she would comp us a night on a future visit. We didn't have plans to return anytime soon but as luck would have it, we returned the next week when my mother was hospitalized. The owners were great and let us pay every few days as we were not sure how long we would be there. Would I return? Certainly. I already did! It is truly the only nice park in the Greenville area.
The only thing lacking in this park is shade. Definitely a "snowbird" spot with most of the permanents settled into the back-in sites around the perimeter of the park. Pull throughs were in the center with plenty of space for slides. Two dog runs: one very large area for off-leash. There's even a beauty shop on premises. I had a little trouble with the Wi-Fi; it kept dropping and I'd have to reconnect but other than that, it was a great park. Make sure your AC is working if you come in the summer; temps often above 100.
This place was not much to look at but there's not a lot of selection in the area either. Our site was pretty bare but did have full hookups. There was no picnic table but I doubt I would have used it anyway. I was surprised by the lack of Wi-Fi and also having to pay cash but the staff was pleasant. The park has a lot of long-term residents and some of the sites are a little junky, but we did not experience any problems. Easy in and out and we were just there one night.
This park was a total surprise. Coming in, we could see from the road that it was huge and since it was Labor Day weekend, it was pretty full. You would expect it to be noisy, but it wasn't. Camper Corral is one of nicest campgrounds we've seen in our 4 months of travel. The staff is very friendly and quite visible; they even hosted a Pot Luck BBQ and everything was great. Sites are spacious with nice shade trees (except in the tent area). Very pet friendly; everyone has a dog but there is little barking. Over 40 acres of space for the dogs to play and it's a short walk through the blackberry patch to the river. Hubby and I are presently arguing; I want to stay another day and he's ready to head down the road. Lots of stuff to do and see in nearby parks: huge redwoods, ocean, trails and more trails. The place is a fisherman's paradise and the salmon are running. Folks next to us have been here 2 months and have been coming here for years during fishing season. Kids, bikes, dogs everywhere and it all puts a smile on your face. We would definitely return if in this area again.
Friendly staff here and the park was easy to locate, but is definitely in town and you must contend with the noise. Sites were spacious with green lawns and picnic table at each space. The pet area was an insult to any animal and should therefore not be labeled as pet friendly: a small space, all gravel. Hubby walked our dog outside the park in a nearby lot. Appeared to have a lot of permanent residents on site.
A quiet park; not too far off the main road and a short drive to the lovely city of Florence and the dunes. Site was adequate for our slides but would not have had room to open the canopy. There were shrubs between campsites for privacy but when we lit a fire in our firepit, the folks next to us closed their door. Also the 2-blocks to the beach was a bit of larceny since you couldn't cross the private property to get there. Pet area was a little lacking also.
Nice park with friendly staff. It's convenient to both Cannon Beach and Seaside communities. Our site and several others would benefit from new picnic tables. Our fire pit had not been cleaned and was full of cigarette butts. Everything else worked. Hubby enjoyed soaking his aching back in the hot tub and the pet area was nice. Tolovana Park on the beach allows pets.
I agree with the previous review in most respects. The "excrement" made walking near the edge of the lake undesirable. Also, there was a good deal of loose trash laying around and staff never came to clean up the tent site across from us. We did, however, have good Wi-Fi reception in site 27. Even with all the negatives, it's still the best place in Quesnel.
One of the cleanest, most serene campgrounds we've had occasion to use. We camped here in 2007 in a 27 ft. 5th wheel and didn't hesitate to return in our newer 34 ft. 5th wheel. Yes, some of the pull-throughs are a little tight, but enjoying the shade of those trees was wonderful. We especially love walking our dog in some of the outer areas so she can run free for a little while. BTW, we only paid $4 extra for a creek side pull-through and they do have a Good Sam discount. We extended our stay another night just to enjoy the peace and quiet. With the camp located 3/4 mile off the Glenn Highway, you have to strain to hear any road noise.
The location of this park is very nice - a good way off the freeway but still close enough to town. The sites are gravel and very tight. Many of them face interior park roads with no place to step outside except in the street. The WIFI was great, but we were parked right behind the restrooms and the lights at night were so bright we had to cover our bedroom window with a black garbage bag to block out some of the light. No one led us in and we had to really concentrate to see if we were in the right site. The picnic table in our site was "ratty" and the BBQ had been welded so high up that it was unusable for cooking. Good pet area and the property next door had some friendly llamas, donkeys, horses, and a goat. We enjoyed walking our dog down the street that leads to the mobile home park behind the KOA and petting the animals. This place is all right but I really expected better from a KOA. My husband talked to the owner and found out they have only had it for one year and are gradually cleaning up the place.
This was a clean & attractive park but I would never stay here again. We called ahead for a reservation and were asked if we had pets. We replied "yes" and were asked what size. We told them the weight; they never mentioned anything else about their pet policy. When we checked in, they made us read a statement regarding the policy and were told that they wanted folks to know ahead of time or else they could opt to move on. Although we thought it was a little restrictive that they didn't want pets pottying on the grass, we chose to stay here since they had a pet area. We are in the habit of cleaning up after our dog and think everyone else should too. However, when I took my dog to the pet area, I was appalled to find nothing but an open field with scrub and sagebrush. Not one blade of grass: only rocks and sand. Thank goodness, my pet isn't too particular! We managed, but like another visitor mentioned, felt "watched." My husband and I joked that "the guard was on his rounds again." Not a friendly staff, and folks with pets & children should probably find another spot, if possible. Other amenities were fine.
Beautiful little camp with a country feel, but only minutes away from Durango. Camp staff were very friendly. Nice pet area. Pull through sites were a little narrow but we were still able to get our slides and canopy out. Our rig was too long to camp next to the creek, but we could still hear it from across the street. We would definitely stay again when traveling this direction.