This is a fine, clean park for an overnight stay along I-70. Half the park has trees, half has no trees. You park on dirt with a little grass around. 50 amp power was good, and the staff was excellent. I didn't try the WiFi or the cable TV. It's a no frills park but it had a nice, comfortable look and feel. I would stay here again. It's a Passport America park.
Formerly Broken Bow RV Park. The friendly new owner changed the name. This is a basic RV park but it has the important stuff. Mostly level sites, good power, clean bathrooms and laundry, shade for those who want it, clear sky for others. Surface is gravel and dirt.
The Tennessee State Fairgrounds is a great place to stay if what you are looking for is a spot close to downtown. It's about 2 miles due south from Broadway Street. At $35.00 a day it is a great value in the Nashville area. We have stayed here twice, once for two weeks a few months ago and three weeks this time. It's not in a great area but it's isolated from the surrounding neighborhoods. Although we were the only RV here most of the time we never felt unsafe while we stayed here. Other RVs came and went on the weekends depending on what events were going on at the fairgrounds. It's like every state fairgrounds. There is a asphalt strip up near the middle of the fairground that has space for about 20 RVs. Other than the bathrooms and showers there are no other amenities, but you do get full hook-ups with 50 amps. There is an overflow area of about 200 spots but we rarely saw anyone in them. We will stay here every time we come to Nashville.
This is a small RV Park in a grass field behind an extended stay motel/lodge halfway between Fort Bragg and downtown Fayetteville. The sites are on gravel and level. There is plenty of space between RVs. A few small trees are around. There are no facilities that we know of, but we didn't ask. The open field has no fence around it, or security of any kind, but we never felt unsafe and the neighbors, some of whom had been there for weeks seemed just fine. It's not a destination park but it's near everything if you are in Fayetteville for a few days of visiting.
Make no mistake, this is a run-down RV campground, not an RV Resort. At $60.00 a night we were staggered by how overpriced it was. Then again, we didn't use any of the facilities except the shower and we never went to the amusement park. If we had a bunch of kids with us and took advantage of the shuttle to the park, then maybe. Plan to be on dirt, under trees, surrounded by ants, on a fairly level pull-through site. The whole place seemed past it's prime to us. We stayed here for the weekend because we were tired of driving and this place was easy to find. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Yet another rundown campground. Definitely not a kid-friendly resort. The previous reviews were spot on except we found the swimming pool to need cleaning. At $40.00 a night this place is way overpriced. The location 3 miles south of Carowinds Park is handy if that's where you're going. It's also not too far from Charlotte.
We looked at this park but unfortunately they were full. It's really three parks in one separated by trees. Two of the three are for transients like us and the other one is for more permanent residents. There are no facilities but the sites are level, and some have shade. The location is great if you are touring Charlotte.
This is a destination park if you are interested in the lake. Otherwise you are in the middle of nowhere. Not to mention the long drive to the sites on a gravel road. Most sites have heavy shade, a few are satellite friendly. Sites are level. Ants were a huge problem on our site. Management is someone amateurish so be sure to reserve your site and then check back later to confirm. We stayed here for three days before moving downtown to Fairlane Lodge Propertie to be closer to town and the base.
Better then average T.T. park, but not very many satellite friendly sites. If you like shade, this is the place for you. A/C power better than most T.T. parks, but still no 50 amp sites. While we were there some moron with a weed wacker trimmed around all the power/water posts and sprayed the RVs with grass and rocks. I was so mad I couldn't see straight. Nothing like getting your paint all chipped up.
This is the closest full hookup RV Park to Lexington. It's a new park so the trees are a long way from mature. However, the sites are level, the park is very clean, and the staff is friendly and helpful. It's an excellent place for "groups" to spend the weekend because they are set up to accommodate them. We will always stay here when visiting Lexington.
This park has "location" going for it. Otherwise it is an over priced campground complete with dusty roads, tight quarters, and people who want to "camp". There are no amenities. If you want trees & shade, or an open satellite spot, they have it, reserve ahead.
We only stayed one night and never looked around town. This city owned park is small but OK. Most spaces have trees, a few are satellite friendly. Sites are level and clean. We never felt unsafe. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Best thing about it is the location if Beckley is your destination. However, it is very hard to find from the freeway.
This park is the same now as when it was last reviewed. Actually, I wouldn't call it a park at all. It's just a small grassy field. But is is fine if you want easy access to Parkersburg. It is outrageously over priced considering the lack of any and all amenities.
This County Fairground is 4 miles south of the Cleveland airport. It's a perfect place to explore Cleveland from. It really should be listed under Cleveland rather than Berea. We were very happy here. It is quite, safe, clean, and the staff is friendly. You will be parking on asphalt and you get your choice of any open spot. Don't look for trees or any of the amenities associated with an RV Park.
I will never stay here again. The park is on the side of a hill and there are no sites that are anywhere close to level. The manager was sympathetic but couldn't help. It didn't help at all that many days of rain turned the place into a mud hole. The showers are push-button operated and there is no adjustment for temperature. The water was VERY hot, too hot.
I don't know why this park is not more crowded. Maybe because this is not a "destination" park for kids. The KOA a mile away is packed. The location a few miles north of Buffalo is perfect for seeing the sights in the area. This park is clean, the sites level, the managers friendly. It has trees for those people and no trees for us people. Just make sure you have reservations so you get the type of site you want.
Don't know why you would want to stay anywhere else in town. This is a nice park. The only down side: if the park is very crowded you may end up with one of the not very level sites. Other than that, it's a fine place to stay.
Located halfway between Medford and Ashland, this is a nice clean little park behind a motel. Nice swimming pool and excellent bathrooms. There are a few shade trees, and you park on level concrete pads. Would stay here again.
Not sure why this park is listed twice here but anyway, this is a nice park on the river. It's quite a ways south of town, out in the country. You park on level dirt sites that are somewhat close together. Friendly staff. We would stay here again. We used Passport America.
This city owned RV Park is a huge, treeless, grass field. It is also the best RV Park in town and closest to downtown. Sites are level and spacious. Bathrooms are old and a little run down. There are no other aminities. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very small park in the middle of town. We stayed here one night but would have stayed longer if the weather had been better. Very friendly staff; the whole park had a nice feel to it. Our site was level. We parked on grass but most are on asphalt. I don't remember any trees. Rate was Passport America.
Located on an Oregon National Guard Base off Hwy 101 seven miles south of Astoria. This is a paved parking lot that has been converted into a small RV Park. It's no frills but very clean and private. The bathrooms are excellent. If you have a satellite dish, try for sites 6-10.
This is a huge paved parking lot. Site cost depends on the view you choose. We found it to be the best place in town because we liked the location close to town and the casino. The sites were clean, level, and plenty spacious for our 37' MH with 3 slideouts. Best laundry we have seen in years. You are also allowed to use the casino hotel facilities.
Typical TT park but very old. Heavily treed, forget about getting satellite TV. AC power sucked, many of the sites are permanently closed until the power grid can be fixed. Very friendly staff. We stayed here one day and then moved five miles down the road.
Typical TT park. Good for camping. Sites spaced out so plenty of room. Electric power not all that good. Sites not especially level but good enough. Heavily wooded, park on dirt, don't expect to get satellite TV.
This park is in Dutch Flat, Exit 145 off of I-80. I stayed here one night in a 37' MH and was very happy with the place. I didn't use the pool but it looked very inviting. The park is heavily wooded and full of permanent residents but we had no problem finding a level full hookup spot in the center section that has fewer trees. Getting SAT TV was no problem. I would definitely stay here again if I was passing through. The rate is for Passport America.
There are three FAM Camps on Camp Pendleton, two on the ocean. This one, Lake O'Neill, is located in the center of the Base within a mile of the Base hospital and close to the airfield. It's a nice military park and I would stay here again.
This is an upscale place with level concrete pads and good satellite reception. However, the pads are not exceptionally far apart from each other. The location is in downtown Reno right next to the Grand Sierra Casino. I will stay here if I return to Reno.
We spent one night here, just passing through. It is definitely no frills. But we felt safe and most sites are level. There was a much better park about 4 miles east but we didn't know about it in time. Historic Wendover Army Air Force Base is very close by. A great tourist spot for history buffs.
This used to be the only RV Park close to Salt Lake City. As a result they could get away with charging $40.00 a night. Too late I learned that a new RV Park has opened in North SLC: 6 miles away. In any event, this park is OK, but I was less than impressed with the staff when I checked in. When I made my reservation 2 weeks ago, I specifically asked for a site that was not under trees. Guess what, they put me under the two biggest trees in the park. When I went back to the office to change sites they told me it was too hard for them to keep track of which sites have trees. I don't think I'll be staying here again.
I agree with the other reviewer's comments. We stayed here a week and were very happy with our decision. It's a very basic park with no frills but it is well maintained and has lots of grass. The park has shade for those who want it and open space for those with satellite dishes. You can't beat the price.
I agree with the other reviewers. There are nice folks running the place. This is about as basic an RV Park as you will find. Great for an overnight stay but definitely not a destination park. Services are a`la carte: you pay extra for electricity and of all things, showers.
There is a one mile drive on a gravel road to reach this park. You also park on gravel. Sites are level, there's very little shade, and there are picnic tables on site. We did not venture into the bathrooms but they do have some. No dump is available so dump before you get there. There is a spot where you can fill-up your freshwater tank. Half the spots are 50 amp, half are 30 amp. The "park" was about 20% full when we were there on an August weekend. It is a quiet, safe place to stay for as long as it takes to fill up, and empty your waste tanks. The close by river is a nice place to sit in the afternoon and fish or read a book. You certainly can't beat the price.
Large no frills gravel lot near I-70. Has some grass, a few trees, very good Wi-Fi, and very helpful and friendly owners. This is not a destination park with the kids, but it is perfect if you want to spend a few days kicking around Ogallalla. It's also a good overnight park. The bathrooms were modern and clean. I would definitely stay here again. They take cash or checks only.
The Pioneer Village is the best museum in the U.S. It's a must see. Unfortunately the old RV Park has not been upgraded in many years. There are no amenities. We stayed in one of the few full-hookup spots. The park is very heavily wooded so forget about getting satellite TV. Why they don't cut down a few trees and open it up a bit is beyond me. And while they're at it they should replace the bathroom/showers. The place is way overpriced.
I agree with the other reviewers comments. I read them before I stayed here but when I arrived, I was still surprised with how close the RVs are packed together and how unlevel the sites are. Not to mention that the whole place is run down. However, the location is fantastic and the folks are friendly.
There are only a dozen or so treeless pads with full hookups for RVs here, so make reservations. This is a fine place to stay while you are seeing the sights but it is not a "destination" park. Don't be looking for the swimming pool or general store. I would definitely stay here again.
This is a huge RV Park that caters to both RVers and Campers. Lots of trees but also open sites. It's close enough to town for easy access. The view of the bridge is good. I would stay here again although it's very expensive.
We were hoping that the owner had fixed the electricity grid since the last reviews on here two years ago. No such luck. We stayed here because of the great water view. We wanted to stay a week but left after one day because the electricity was so bad. It fluctuated between high and way low. We were afraid to turn on anything in the RV for fear it would be ruined. Stay here at your own risk.
Open grass field. No sewer connections. Most spots are 20 amps. A few 30 amp places. The 30 amps is very poor quality. Bathrooms are small, dirty, and like everything else here, run down. The lady at check-in said they have determined that it is too expensive to upgrade the power grid. Where they get the nerve to charge so much to stay there is beyond me.
This is a campground, not an RV Park. The heavily wooded sites were not level and most were 30 amps. The mosquitoes were so thick that I had to quit setting up and go 4 miles south to the Wal-Mart for repellent. They were completely sold out because of a music concert at the campground the previous weekend. I drove across town and bought the repellent at a CVS. The lady there told me that no locals ever go to that campground because of the mosquitoes. I never spend the night at Wal-Mart parking lots but in this case I should have made an exception.
This is a very large park located in the heart of the tourist part of Orlando. The park has night time restricted access so we never felt unsafe here. You get a choice of shaded or open spots. You park on grass next to a concrete pad. The Wi-Fi works fine. I stayed here under a special T.T. rate. I would stay here again for sure. By the way, Camping World is across the street from the park.
For a small park in the boondocks we were very pleasantly surprised. The RV park is actually a very large grass front yard to the owners house. Along one side of the yard (really a field) is a row of 12 RV spots. Some have trees, others do not. Some have concrete pads, others do not. The Passport America rate makes this park a real value. We would stay here again. But don't be looking for the clubhouse, pool, or Jacuzzi. :)
This place is close enough to all the Orlando tourist spots to serve as a base of operations. This is a huge place with over 1,000 sites. Most sites have park models on them. The RV park has a very nice 18 hole, par 67, golf course right in the middle of it. When we arrived they gave us a choice of about 75 sites and said "take your pick". Some sites are shaded, some not, some are on concrete, some not, some close together, some not. This is definitely a destination park. We stayed here a week and were very happy with the place. We will definitely return.
We stayed here because it was cheap. The Coast to Coast rate is 10 bucks. This is about as basic an RV Park as you will find. Mostly permanent residents, relatively few RVers. Sites are small and the general feel of the place is "old". This is not a destination park but OK for the night. I moved a half mile down the road to the Clermont Golf and RV Resort and was very happy there. I will not return to Bee's on my next pass through Florida.
I concur with the other reviewers' comments. However, there is a Piggy Wiggly a couple of miles away next to the Ace Hardware store so it really isn't completely out in the boondocks. We stayed here four days and would stop again.
We planned to stay here a week while touring Savannah. However, after arriving we found out they don't have any bathrooms/showers. This is as "basic" a park as we have ever stayed at. We stayed only one night as a result. I can't imagine how they get $30.00 a night for non-discount patrons.
I agree with the other reviews. It's a nice, older park but it's well maintained. The noise didn't bother us but it might some people. We've been to worse. :) My only complaint is that it is heavily wooded. I couldn't find any satellites with my Direct TV antenna from any spot. I would not stay here again because of that problem. On the plus side, it is a Passport America park.
We are Thousand Trails members so it was "free" for us to stay here. This is a very old park with very narrow streets and mostly uneven, small sites. There are more tall trees here than we have seen in one place in years. Don't come here expecting to use your satellite TV. You might find a site with a view of the southern sky, but don't count on it. They do have Wi-Fi at $15.00 per week. The staff was as friendly and helpful as any place we have ever stayed. This is a family campground and there are lots of things to keep kids entertained while they are here.
This is a new RV Park. Very expensive. Very clean. You park on rocks. Each site has a grass patio. Good for satellite, no trees. The big draw here is the swimming pool. We found that on weekends the electricity dips down so low that you dare not turn on your air conditioner. We thought that was very poor design by the electricians who installed the power grid. We would never stay here again.
This is a really nice, brand new park. Very friendly staff. The trees are very small at this point so no shade. You will park on gravel, so no mud when it rains. Excellent Wi-Fi. Ten miles from downtown Bristol. We will definitely stay here again.
We paid the Passport America rate. This is a very nice basic RV Park. Don't be looking for the swimming pool or Jacuzzi. The bathrooms are clean and big. You park on gravel, and each site has a nice grass strip on both sides of it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again. There are actually two sections of the RV Park. The old side, with trees, grass, a stream, and bathrooms. The new side with no trees, no grass, no stream, and no bathrooms. This RV Park is for country music lovers. If you are coming on a weekend in the summer, better make reservations.
Only place in Frankfort to stay. It's close enough to Lexington to serve as a good park for both towns. And even Louisville is only 50 miles away. We liked the park and the people who run it. We did not like the number of trees in the park. There are way too many. It was pure luck that we got a site where our DirecTV antenna would work. We also got one of the sites where the Wi-Fi was good.
I agree with the other comments here. I like this park. It's good for both campers and tourists. (We don't camp.) It has all different type sites. We picked a site with lots of room around it and shade trees on one side. One thing I love is that they let you pick whatever site you want. They don't assign a site to you. We got the Coast To Coast rate. The Thousand Trails rate was a little higher.
This is a big park. Has a fishing lake and other "family" activities, so it looks like a family destination park. It also has lots of pavillons so groups of campers can get together. Half the park is in shade, the rest is good for satellites. Sites are really tight to get into because of the way they are laid out to the access road. 30 amp service at majority of sites. We parked on concrete pad. Wi-fi only in office/restaurant. We stayed here a week. I would stay here again.
We were pretty happy with this park. You park on grass, and when it rains it's a mess. And the spaces are too close together. And there really is a lot of road noise. But the place has a really nice feel to it and we would definitely stay here again. Plus, it's close to all the Orlando sights. It's a C2C park so we paid $10.00 a night.
We have stayed at a little more than half the Thousand Trails parks around the country in the last four years. This one is far and away the best of all of them. Don't buy a membership thinking they are all this nice. However, if you like camping under trees and are happy with 30 amp service, you will probably be happy at the other parks in the system.
We drove through this place thinking we would stay there. But it was so trashy that we just kept on going and didn't stop. We then checked out the other two parks in Greenfield, both of which were 100% better. We ended up staying downtown at the State Fairgrounds because Greenfield is just too far out of town.
I like this park a lot. It is very clean and well kept. The owners take pride in its appearance. I was apprehensive about staying here based on the other reviews but it worked out fine. But, it is a no frills park, don't be looking for the swimming pool or expect the free wi-fi to be reliable. The weekly rate is $100.00 I found the park staff to be friendly and helpful. And yes, like every park next to a freeway, it was noisy.
This place is a dump. It's amazing to me that they charge $32.00 a night. I guess it's because they are so close to Louisville. We stayed one night. We stayed in Shepherdsville on our next visit to Louisville. The 15 mile drive to Louisville was all freeway so it went fast.
The Indiana State Fairgrounds is a HUGE establishment. There is something interesting going on there almost every weekend. I don't know what all this "unsafe" talk is about. The fence is around the whole fairgrounds, not just the RV section. I stayed here for a week in a motorhome and felt perfectly safe. Granted, the RV Park section doesn't have any other amenities than a bathroom and showers but the place is clean and has 50 amps at every site. You can park on either gravel or grass. You can park in shade or out in the open. It's only 4 miles from downtown. I would definitely stay here again.
I agree with the others that this is a nice little park. Perfect for the "vacationer" or people just passing through town. Water and electric sites only. Mostly shaded with tall trees. If you want to use your satellite system, get there early and get one of the few open to the southern sky sites.
Excellent park in an excellent location. Trees for the tree people, open spots for the satellite people. People with kids or pets will like this park. One of the best KOA's we have stayed at. Unfortunately, also one of the most expensive.
Much better than spending the night in a big box store parking lot. Trees for people who want them, no trees for the satellite folks. Park on asphalt. Great for 1 or 2 nights if you don't care about any infrastructure.
This is a really nice park for people who want to spend the winter in the Rio Grande Valley. We only stayed here for a month because we were just passing through, but everyone we met has been coming back to this park for years because they like it so much. There is a TON of stuff to do and the park has a nice wide-open feel to it. Did I mention the free 9 hole executive golf course?
We paid the monthly rate in the "back" section of the park. This section has mostly long-term RVers and has a "run down" look and feel. The best sites are over by the water, and I highly recommend them. It's a nice, friendly park. Lot's of room between sites. Only 7 miles from downtown Corpus Christi. I wish the hot tub was bigger and the water was hotter, but at least they had one.
Nice clean park. You park on concrete. Sites are somewhat narrow, so don't arrive after dark. Loved the Jacuzzi/hot tub. Close enough to San Antonio to get downtown in 15 minutes. Very close to Sea World and Randolph AFB. The only bad thing about the park is that the managers insist on clumping everyone right next to each other rather than spreading people out. We were there for a month and the park was never more than half full. Yet there we were, all parked in one section.
Small, clean park. Level ground, park on rocks. No bathrooms, pool, or other facilities. Nice laundry room. Very nice staff. No pesky trees to block your dish. Passport America discount. Would stay here again.
Pros: A nice basic RV Park. Clean, pick a shade or not shade spot. Level parking on concrete. Friendly staff. Great location halfway between Fort Worth and Dallas. Cons: Expensive. Very, very noisy. Located 100 yards from the local little airport. Non factor: Traders Village, not associated with the RV Park, is not worth the free admission.
This is a nice basic park. No complaints. What I liked about it best is that they allow you to wash your RV. A big plus in my book. Getting a site with a clear view of the southern sky instead of one of the shade sites was easy too.
This is a good overnight park or someplace to stay for a few days if stopping in Albilene. But it is definitely not a destination park. Don't be looking for the club house, pool, or Jacuzzi. It's basically just an open field.
An excellent basic park. Parking surface is grass. No pool, no clubhouse, no golf course. On the plus side, it's clean, the folks that run it are nice, the bathrooms and laundry are good. Huge pet walking area. And it's close to downtown while still being out a ways. I would definitely stay there again.
We spent one night in the section down by the small stream before moving up the road a few miles. The stream is dry by the way. This RV park is old. The section we stayed in was very cramped and trying to use a satellite dish under all the trees was next to impossible. On the plus side, this park is very close to Mount Rushmore.
A small dumpy, dirty, heavily wooded park. Don't expect to use your satellite TV. We were there the first week they had their Wi-Fi hooked up. It didn't work unless you were parked right next to the antenna. On the plus side, it's relatively inexpensive, small, and quiet. It's one of four parks in town. We moved across town after one day.
Some park owners have been in the business too long and have come to take their customers for granted and treat them like nuisances. This park owner fits this category. I really wish I had just left after the first day instead of spending a whole week there.