Friendly staff, picture checking into a large hotel. Rally fee rate $50 per night. Regular rates about $30 to 70, varies from season to locations. We had a pull-through site with 50 amp full hookup. We were in "oceanfront". We were maybe 50 yards to the edge of the beach. The roads were very narrow and some members had a problem pulling into or out of sites, because of the narrow roads and other RVs in front or back of them. Lucky for us we could get out and in OK. There is NO privacy between sites. The sites were level and paved. Not all sites in the park are paved. Trash pickup at site. Picnic table, no fire rings.There are about 900 RV sites and over 2000 permanent sites, many with homes on stilts. This is a very very big resort. Big rig friendly; yes with caution, narrow roads. Laundry; about 100 washers and dryers. Very clean with a laundry service and dry cleaning. Phone/Wi-Fi/TV; Verizon cell and data very good. Wi-Fi in Park good, 70 channel cable TV. Dog friendly, but not easy to find a spot to walk you dog in most areas. Good night lighting. No noise other then the ocean. Book exchange; not sure but I would guess there is one somewhere. A short walk to the beach. This resort has 310 acres, ocean front; super if you want the beach. I would not want to be here in season. It must be like a small city in season. They have every thing you could want to do while here. For us its too crowded and not our type resort. We would probably not stay here again unless with a rally or other special event.
Staff; friendly, but not outgoing, just doing her job. Rate is with Passport America 50% off discount. Site description; fairly level grass. Roads gravel and a very rough road going into park. The road is almost a turnoff, but we had friends that recommended this park. If it wouldn't have been for their recommendation this could have been a turn around. Site are standard spacing with no privacy between them. We had full hookup with 50 amp electric. We had a picnic table. A few small ponds for fishing. About 70 sites. We were on site K7. Big rig friendly; yes, but just go slow. Amenities; ponds, pool, quiet spot, laundry. Laundry; yes, but we didn't check it out. Phone/Wi-Fi/TV, our Verizon worked well; Wi-Fi in park was very good at our site. TV, we used our satellite, good shot of southern sky. Dog friendly; yes, very. Lots of room to walk a dog. Night; very very few lights in park. Quiet, with an occasion train. Book exchange; NO comments; A very good locations and rate for visiting Charleston. Downtown Historic Charleston about 10 miles. It is just a bare bones campground. It was fine for us, clean, quiet, and served our purpose very well to visit the Charleston area. We would stay here again.
Staff; Very friendly and helpful. Price is Coast to Coast rate. Regular rate $30-$58. We had a pull through with full hook ups 50 amp electric. Long cement pad with gravel roads. Average spacing with no privacy between sites. Amenities included a pool that has a super walk in ramp on one side, 1200 foot frontage on the intercostal waterway, boat ramp, conference center, and small pond for fishing. There are individual shower rooms and the Verizon phone 4 bars 3G, Wi-Fi was fair to very good. Sat TV most sites with open sky view for satellite TV. Over the air TV, many stations. Dog friendl with lots of room to walk a dog. Very big rig friendly. Wide roads, all pull thru sites. There is very low light at night and it's quiet. Super park, with great views along the intercoastal waterway and a super value with Coast to Coast. We would rate this park a 10 if the Wi-Fi was better and they paved the roads. We would stay here again. The park just opened in June of 2012.
Staff were very friendly and helpful staff. We had a back-in site on gravel/grass. We backed up to a thick tree line on the upper section of the park. We had full hook up with 50 amp electric. The site was fairly level. Hook ups were good. There is a picnic table and fire ring. Not much privacy between sites in this section. We choose this section for satellite reception. Other sections have trees and scrubs between sites. A total of 297 sites. Very big friendly. The road off route 209 to the park, about 4 miles, is a little narrow, but no problem if you take your time. Many amenities as usual at Thousand Trails parks: pool, clubhouse, planned activities, etc. There was a covered dish pig roast over Labor Day, free for all guests. Timothy Lake North has an indoor water park and outdoor pool. “North” is for small RVs only. There are about 125 cabins for rent in the north section. North is where the lake is located. Staying at the South park, and you can use the North park. There is a very clean laundry in the club house, with 3 washers and dryers. Our Verizon phone worked well with 3G, 3-4 bars most times. We did have a few days were we had trouble connecting to the Internet. One of our neighbors had the same problem. I thought it was our computer, but it was the phone. TV over the air was good, received all major networks. The park was installing a new Wi-Fi system. Not sure, though, if there is a charge, or if it is up and running. They were installing some new antennas by the club house. Acres and acres to walk your dogs. Very dark, little to no light at all at night. Very quiet even over Labor Day when the park was full. Very tiny book exchange in the clubhouse. This is a great park. Very clean and being well maintained. Sure it can have some upgrades, but almost all parks can use a little upgrading. The only problem we encountered was our surge guard shut down twice during peak hours when the park was full. But it came back on in minutes. The small lake is supposed to have some good fishing, but we didn’t give it a try. The water park is a big bonus, with an indoor lazy river. The north campground is about a mile from the south section. Every day we had deer and a few geese walking through the park. In the lower section of the park about 30 sites are being used for storage. There are a few of these sites with 2 to up to 4 RVs on some of them. Some look like they have been there for a very long time. There are few restaurants and pizza shops starting about two miles from the resort. Five miles from the park there are many more restaurants. Major grocery shopping is about five miles to a “Super Foodtown” .Large flea market across from food store. The park has several miles of paved roads for walking or biking. Bonus; you are in the beautiful Pocono Mountains. Just on the border of Delaware Water Gap National Park. Can't understand the last couple of negative reviews. Just because its not where you want it to be is no reason to give it a negative review. Road construction is not the fault of the RV Park.We will be back.
Staff were very friendly and helpful. We had a back-in on grass/gravel, more grass then gravel. We had a full hook up with 50 amp electric. The site was fairly level. We had a picnic table and fire ring. We needed 30 foot of sewer hose to connect to the sewer hookup, and this is common in many of the sites. So bring enough sewer hose. There were a few large trees at our site. Very active schedule, like most Thousand Trails parks. There is a large pool, clubhouse, mini golf, etc, etc. This is a country atmosphere resort with many farm animals. There are goats, horses, cows, chickens, ducks, pigs, etc. 4 o'clock is feeding time, and the kids can help feed. The club house is very country with a large stone fireplace. About 250 sites with 20 rental cabins. There is a very clean laundry in the clubhouse. Our Verizon phone worked very well. Not sure about Wi-Fi. Over the air TV we receive all major networks. Dog Friendly. Very large park with many areas to walk a dog. Very low light at night. Very quiet even though the park was full while we were there. Small book exchange in the clubhouse. It is out in the country and about 8-10 miles from grocery shopping and many Restaurants. A few small restaurants about six miles. About 15 miles from downtown York with many factory tours in the area. 18 miles from Gettysburg National Park. The park is a great location for touring the area. We will try to get back to do some of the factory tours. The park sits along the Conestoga Creek. We did have some very heavy rains while there. The ground was already saturated and some of the sites down toward the creek had 2-3 inches of water laying around them for a day or two. There are a limited number of 50 amp sites. They let you choose your own site, like most Thousand Trails Parks, but it burns my butt when I see a pop up with a 20 amp cord on a 50 amp site and a large 5th wheel or motor home have to take a 30 amp site. There are many seasonal/annual sites on the limited 50 amp sites. The park was nearly full for the 12 days we were here. We would definitely stay here again.
Shenandoah Crossing, a Bluegreen Vacation Club (a time share). I believe this is their only RV Resort, they do have many time share resorts. Address is: 174 Horseshoe Circle, Gordensville, VA 22942. All staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful. This is a Coast to Coast member resort. For members, the cost is $10 to $50. $10 in a regular RV site, without all the extra's listed below. $15 a back in elite site, $20 a pull-through elite site and $50 presidential site with a hot tub. I was told that for non-members of CTC it was from $89. on up, but didn't confirm this. All sites have stainless steel grill and had all the utensils for grilling. There is a picnic table and many chairs at each site. The umbrella was replaced while we were here, and they are assembling new tables and chairs. We had a pull-through site with 50 amp electric. Amenities: 1000 acres, 4 + pools, a very busy and a full activities schedule, horse back riding, a 60 acre lake with boat rentals, a 3 or 4 star restaurant, snack bar, store, fitness center, movie rentals, golf coarse. This is just some of the amenities here. Very clean, private rest rooms and showers. There are lockers at the pool area, and they provide towels for your use at the pools. There are several very clean, free laundries. Verizon phone was 2 to 3 bars, and we did experience several dropped calls. Wi-Fi was poor in our site, but super in other sites. Cable TV was about 40 channels: our reception was fair to good. Dog friendly with acres to walk a dog. Night was very quiet and there was excellent low lighting by each site. Did not find a book exchange. This is one of the best RV resorts we ever stayed at in over 40+ years of RV'ing. This is a super RESORT. There is so much to do here, we hope to get back soon. Coast To Coast members with big rigs avoid the $10 a night RV sites, and go for the $15-$20 sites. The nearest big grocery store is about 9-10 miles. The resort is about 15 miles off I-64, and about 7 miles off US RT 15. There is a great barbecue restaurant about 7 miles from the resort called "The Barbecue Exchange," unfortunately we found it on our last day, and only enjoyed it once. This is the type RV Resort we will drive a little out of our way to stay at. We would rate this park a 10 if the Wi-Fi and TV were better. Also the laundry had 3 washers out of 4, that were out of order in our loop. Another laundry had all working. Again, they were free.
Over all friendly. Price;$0.00 for members, non members around $45.00. Site description; We had a back in site with full hookups and 50 amp electric. Site was gravel. Site was level. Most roads are gravel, but there are a few paved roads. There was no privacy between sites where we were. There are other areas with some bushes/trees between sites. Some areas are on dirt/grass. I didn't see any pull throughs. Amenities; Two swimming pools; two club houses; mini golf-needs work; small lake w/small beach and fishing; Activities-not much schedule at this time. We ask for a schedule of activities when checking in (Mon.) and were told they were working on one. On Friday we ask for a schedule and were told there should be one in the afternoon. Didn't check back to see if they ever did get one. Most sites have picnic tables and fire rings. The bath roons I checked were clean, but dated. Laundry; One of two in the adult lounge. Clean with 3 washers and dryers. One washer out of order. Each $1.25. Big rig friendly Phone/Wi-Fi/TV; Our Verizon had 4 bars. There is a pay Wi-Fi in the park, $4.95 day w/weekly/monthly rates. TV over the air, about 20 channels. In the wooded area satellite could be a problem. Dog Friendly; Yes with many areas to walk them. A few miles or roads in the park to walk. Night Lighting, etc.; Very little night lights. Very quite no road or train noise. Book Exchange; Very very small for a park this size. Comments; Shopping for groceries about 10-12 miles to a Walmart and Winn Dixie. Some BBQ in the area as close as 1 mile. Other restaurants in town. Opinion; We would stay here again as we are members. Both pools were redone last year with new furniture. The grass needed mowing and trimming. They did mow while we were there, but did not trim, and it looks like the last time they mowed they didn't trim then either. Some of the roads and site could use more gravel. Some of the trees need trimming. The mini golf needs a lot of work. They need a activity director or some way to control equipment checkout so it isn't damaged like the shuffle board equipment was damaged. They did have a sign up for "help wanted". About 1/3 of the sites are 'seasonal or permanent'. But all are kept nice, and some are nicely landscaped. There are about 12 cabins for rent. There are many many golf carts in the park.
Staff; Helpful and friendly Price; $41-45 per night, Monthly $425. + Electric. Site description; All sites are back ins. Roads are paved, sites cement, but very uneven, front to back and side to side. Our site was so uneven when we leveled our wheels on one side were off the ground. So we pulled out and put boards under the wheels then leveled. This year they did take out 10 sites and put in level pads. But if they only do 10 a year it will take 10 or more years to level all sites. We had full hook up with 50 amp electric. We back up to a drop off with woods behind us. Across the road from us you back up to a very steep bank. Parking your car/truck is very very tight. When we put our sun shades on our awnings they were almost on the other site. Sites are close, but this is norm in this area, except for a few RV parks. Our site. Not much room to park car/truck. We had to park our truck in a overflow lot up the top of the hill. Parking for at least 8-10 trucks. Amenities; 2 pools, one with a small play area aside of it. Two laundry rooms with individuals showers and toilet area. Both Very Very nice. No club house, just a small office. Very very small pond. There is a fee to fish. Not sure about the fishing. We did see a few ducks use it, also a large snapping turtle. There are a few benches around the pond, and it is a nice place to sit and relax or read. Phone/Wi-Fi/TV; Verizon had 4 bars. Wi-Fi in park worked great most times. If close to an antenna and no RV between you and the antenna, the signal was always good to excellent. When someone pulled in between us and the antenna the signal drop to fair to good. Sometimes it would go to poor/fair. But for the three + months we were here we used it about 90% of the time and it was good or better. There is cable TV with at least 40 channels. Dog Friendly; Yes, but next to no place to walk them to do their business. Very little grass, and were there was grass it was between sites, what little there was. Night Lighting etc.; good low lighting at night. No road noise at night. Book exchange; Tiny, tiny, tiny book exchange in each laundry room. Comments; Ideally located close to Dollywood and all Pigeon Forge attractions and many restaurants. About 6 miles to Smokey Mountain National Park. About 2 miles from Food City, 4 miles to Kroger, 6-7 miles to Walmart. Opinion; If we would return to work at Dollywood we would probably stay here again. If just visiting the area we would stay somewhere else.
Located on 101 Schaefer Heard Park Road, West Point, GA 31833. Staff host was very friendly. Price is $24. We paid $12 with our Golden Age Passport. We had a very long back in site, with 30 amp electric and water hook up. There is a 2 lane dump station. Our site was level with good packed gravel. Many sites are paved. These are sites with a grade. Some are very steep grades. Of the 117 sites 11 are pull through, 10 are double sites. Sites 1-27 and 85-106 are 50 amp. On loop 1 to 39, we liked 26 and 27 best. Sites 1,10/13,22/23,25, 34,36 we would avoid. The rest are good sites. Very wooded. We were backed up to the lake. There were 2 bath houses with 1 washer/dryer in each. Our Verizon phone had 3-4 bars. No Wi-Fi in park, we used our phone. Over the air TV was poor, no network stations, a few PBS. Hard to get a satellite signal from our site. The park is very wooded. There are some areas along the lake that are more open. Park is dog friendly with miles of roads to walk. Located on West Point Lake, this is a very large park, with trails, tennis court, picnic areas and boat ramps. It is about 5 miles from the town of West Point. There is shopping: it's about 12 miles to a Kroger in AL. LaGrange is about 15 miles with many restaurants and shopping. In our opinion, this park has the WOW effect. We would definitely stay here again.
Name, address;Chehaw 105 Chehaw Park Road Albany GA 31701 229 430 5257 Date;3/25/12 Staff;Register at entrance to park, zoo,pond, plus other things in city park. Staff was very busy and check in was not to smooth, took about 15-20 minutes. They were very busy and only one person to check you in and collect fees for other events. But friendly. Price;approx $20 for electric and water., $28 for FHU. We had 50 amp electric. Site description;We had what was called a pull thru, but we had to back out. There are about 40 sites, 16 listed as pull thrus, some were. There were about 10 full hook ups. We had a lot of room, on site 16. Sizes of sites varied. The sites were laid out between the large pine trees. Must shade. The road into the campground was very dusty, as it was packed dirt. Could be a mess if it rains. We parked on grass. Amenities;The campground had nothing to offer other them a large site, fire ring, peace and quit. Although there were a lot of other activities in the park, they were away from the campground. There is a bath house with clean but not modern showers. Flush toilets. Laundry;There was one w/d in the bathhouse. Phone/Wifi/TV;Our Verizon phone had 3-4 bars. There is wifi with a good signal. Lot of trees for satellite, but we moved our Tailgator around and got a signal. Dog friendly;Yes, acres to walk a dog Night Lighting;Very dark. Only light was at the restroom. Comment;Nice if dry for an overnight stay or short visit. We would avoid if there is rain or they had a recent rain. The wifi I believe is new. There was a antenna just aside of us. It had yellow ribbons making it location. May have just be installed. Our wifi finder showed 4 lights, the highest rating. We didn't use it, so can't comment about its use.
Located on state route 41, Alligator Alley in Big Cypress National Park, next to Everglades National Park. Super friendly campground host met us as we pulled in. There are 4 couple hosts in this small campground. Price was $10. per night with our golden Age Pass, otherwise it is $19. We had a back in site with 50 amp electric. There are no water or sewer hookups. There is a water fill, for fresh water and a dump station. The sites and roads are paved. There are some nice palm trees between sites. Sites are mowed grass with no privacy between sites. There are 26 RV sites and about 6 tent sites. A restroom with flush toilets is the only amenity. Weak Verizon signal. Since we use our phone to connect to the Internet, we had problems connecting. We used our Wilson amp and external antenna to connect, but the signal was still weak. TV signal was also weak with very few stations. Dog friendly? Yes, a lot of room to walk your dog. No fenced-in dog run. No lighting at night: was very dark and quiet. Great to see the night sky. There is some day time noise as this is a main road across the Everglades. It is a 2 lane road. A SUPER campground for visiting the Everglades and Big Cypress National Parks. The campground was one of the nicest public campgrounds we stayed in. We could only stay 10 days, as this is the limit in season (told after Dec. 15th to end of Mar.). It is called Midway because it is kind of midway on Alligator Alley. From here we toured the 10,000 Islands, Shark Valley, and the main area of the Everglades. Some of the areas we toured were 3 miles from the campground to 100 miles, the end of the Everglades at Flamingo. We also drove to big Cypress National Park about 50 miles one way. If we come here again we would stay here and then move to the Flamingo campground for a few days. This is a super public campground. We would stay here again.
Location; on C.R.609, about a half mile off I-75, exit 314. Here for Carriage Club Rally Staff. Friendly staff. Cost for the rally it was $25 per night. Regular rate is $35 per night, $210 weekly. Don't know if they honor any club discount. Great monthly rates, a limit time special was $375/month. That, I believe expired. The park is under new ownership as of mid February. The long term section of the park has double wide sites. All sites in the short term section were narrow and paved pull-throughs with full hookups. 50 amp electric. Paved roads. Some small trees with no privacy between sites. Sites are very close. The long term section has much larger sites. Sites there are on grass with a gravel pad and paved roads. Sites are big rig friendly, but a little tight turning into the narrow sites if someone on both sides. Heated pool, big Clubhouse, scheduled activities and usual park amenities. The restrooms here are about the best we ever seem in a RV Resort. They are private and all tile, super clean. I believe they are very new. Also, all the buildings were in very good condition. There is a nice separate billiards and game room. There is also a large pavilion. They sell LP gas. Very nice clean laundry with about 8-10 machines, and parking in front. Good Verizon signal. Wi-Fi in clubhouse. Over the air TV, about 12 channels. Dog friendly. A lot of room to walk a dog, as this is a big park. There is no fenced dog run. Good night lighting, quiet. There is a small book exchange. A very well kept and clean park. All buildings are super clean and well kept. Probably several miles of paved roads in the park for walking or bike riding. A shopping center with a Walmart in walking distance. Several good restaurants near by. Close to the huge Webster flea Market. Easy access from I75. There is no "Wow and It" factor, but it is a nice park. The transient sections is tight and good for a few nights. If we would stay here long time, the long term area in nice, but no privacy between sites. If passing through the area we would have no problem staying here for a few nights, but doubt we would stay here long term. Just not enough in the area for our taste.
Located at 6728 Ringgold Road, Chattanooga, TN, 37412. Phone 423 892 8275. We had to go into the store to register. There is a campground host, but she wasn't here when we came in. We paid $22.15 with a Good Sam discount. We had a pull-through, full hookup site with 30 amp electric. There are 50 amp sites, but those are not for Good Sam discount. The site was gravel and narrow. No privacy between sites. Most sites are fairly level, pull throughs with a small cement patio. Park is Big Rig friendly. For amenities there is a pool and restrooms: didn't check them out. There is also a Camping World store. There is a laundry; we didn't check it out. Verizon phone had 4 bars. Over the air TV got all major networks. It is Dog friendly with lots of room to walk a dog in a large field beside the campground. There are very few night lights in park. Located about a half mile off I-75, at exit one. Good place for an overnight stop. Roads in RV park had some large pot holes. We would stay here again, just as an overnight. The site was long enough so we didn't have to unhook.
Date: 10/6-10/10/2011 Location; 1755 E State Road 44, Wildwood FL 34785. Three flags is a Mid Atlantic park, part of Thousand Trails. Coast: $0.00 as members of TT. I believe for non members it was $35 a night. Site: We had a level grass pull through, 50 amp full hook up. Only problem with the hook up was the sewer connection was about 12 inches high. We had a small, 8x10 cement patio. Some sites had larger patios, but most didn't have patio's. There is no privacy between sites. Site were a good size, normal commercial size. We were in the front of the park, with very little shade. In the back of the park there are some nice back ins that are bigger and have some shade. The roads are all paved. Laundry: There is a nice laundry with 6 washers and dryers. $2 a load each. Phone, Wi-fi, TV: Verizon cell phone worked well. Wi-fi is through Tengo at $4.95 day with weekly and monthly rate $20 and $40. The first 4 hours are free. The signal was good. TV is over the air; we only got 3 channels, NBC and two odd channels. No cable. Dog Friendly: Yes, a good size fenced in dog run in the back of the park. Lot of walking area. Night: Lighting was good. Some light road noise. Distance train noise. Book Exchange: Small book exchange. Amenities: A small pool. A very nice clubhouse. No planned activities at this time, only about 15 RV's in the park. A mini golf. Summary: We would stay here again. Park seemed to be very well maintained, mowed grass, no leaves lying around, etc. We would recommend this park. When full, it may seem a bit crowed. This is why I would choose a back in on the perimeter in the back, not in the back center. Even though it rained almost the whole time we were here it did not get muddy or swampy. It is a nice park.
Location: 1292 Campground Road, Yemassee, SC 29945. About a mile off I-95. Site: Full hook up 50 amp electric, pull through level packed sand. Roads and sites can use some gravel and patching. Grass, what little there was, needs mowing and trimming. Trees can use trimming. What a little work this could be a much better park. Picnic table at site was in poor condition. 92 sites, most are pull throughs. There is a laundry, but we didn’t check it out. About 15 cable TV channels: $2.70 night extra. Wi-Fi: $4.95 night. Verizon has good service. Dog friendly: yes. Has lots of area to walk a dog. Amenities include a swimming pool (close), an over grown play area, and ponds for fishing. Summary: This could be a much better park with a little work . Good location right off interstate. Good location to visit Beauford SC. Big Rig Friendly: yes, but be careful of some tight turns. Our cost was $0.00 as part of Thousand Trails. They do take Passport America with reservations only. Also have a Good Sam discount.
Located at 312 Fort Chiswell Road Mad Meadows, VA 24360. About ½ mile off I-81. Full hook up, pull through site. Site was level gravel with 50 amp electric. Picnic table at site. Most sites are pull throughs. Nice clean laundry with 4 washers and dryers. Has cable TV and good Verizon service. Dog friendly with a lot of area to walk a dog. Amenities: just used for an overnight so didn’t check everything out, but did note they had a pool and two small ponds for fishing. Summary: A good overnight stop off I-81. With Good Sam discount: $38.68, a bit pricey for an overnight. Only discount is Good Sam. We only hooked up electric and cable. Big rig friendly: yes, but the roads are a little narrow between rows.
Site; While here we were on three different sites. Sites 4 and 9 under pine trees, site 91 in lower loop on grass, no trees. Even though we were on long term site, because of special events and letting weekenders reserve specific sites, we had to move three times. Long term and seasonal site are different. They let people reserve sites a year in advance. We had full hookups with 30 amp electric. There are some 50 amp sites, but they are not long term. Site 4 and 9 were back ins, and site 91 was pull through. All sites have a picnic table. About half the sites have fire rings. There is no privacy on the lower loop. Laundry; There is a clean laundry with 4 washers and dryers. Each is $2.50 a load. TV, Wi-Fi, Phone; Cable TV w/25 channels. Verizon phone was good, 3 to 4 bars. Wi-Fi was good to very good on all here sites. Dog Friendly; A lot of areas to walk a dog. Amenities; no planed activities, nice playground, a few video games. Summary; We did enjoy this park other then the site changes. Under the pine trees was very dirty. The stuff was friendly and helpful. Roads are gravel and sites are gravel or grass. Low level lighting at night. There is a small book exchange. There is road noise from a very busy route 30. Comments; Located in the beautiful Lancaster County, surrounded by Amish farms. A super location for touring the area. Reasonably priced. We paid $575. Month.
Our rate was $0.00 with our Thousand Trails membership. We stayed for 3 weeks. We had a back-in full hookup 50 amp site. No privacy between sites. Few trees. Another RV about 10 feet behind us. Good space between sites. Some sites were very close. Site was gravel. All roads were paved. Big rig friendly and most roads were wide for easy back in. There is a laundry, but we didn't use it or check it out. There are 3 free cable channels, ABC, NBC, CBS. There is pay cable for many additional channels. Not sure of the cost. Over the air about 10-12 channels. Wi-Fi in adult lounge. Our Verizon phone worked well. There is an indoor pool; outdoor pool and indoor water park. Covered mini golf. Chip and putt course. This is a family oriented park. Many activities. Location: On route 741 in Millersville/Lancaster. Summary: A very very busy park in season. Many, many kids. Not the type park we are use to. There are many rental cabins. The renters are not Rver's and behave a lot different, like cutting through sites. Also they do not seem as friendly as Rver's. This is our second stay here and the time before school let out was not as busy. But it was busy with a lot of kids. Located in Lancaster county, one of the pettiest areas in the US .
We had a pull through site in the "H" section. It was gravel fairly level. Some roads are paved. It was 50 amp full hook up. No shade and on our patio side, we faced the south for full afternoon sun. No shade, could be very hot in the summer. Because of fairly steep hillside sun was below our awning most of the afternoon. No privacy between sites. Site was long enough for our rig, car and truck. Big rig friendly. Each restroom building has a small clean laundry. No cable TV. Over the air TV was fair, we could not always get the major networks. We did not use the WiFi. Our Verizon cell phone was fair to good. We did use our Wilson antenna and amplifier with our Droid phone and our signal was good to very good. Like most Thousand Trails they have a very active list of planned activities. There is a large outdoor pool (not opened at this time). There is a small lake for fishing and kayaking. Very active with families. Located about 5 miles from Hershey and about 8-10 miles from the major attractions in Hershey. Nearest large grocery is about 8 miles. There is a small grocery about 3 miles, but it was closed on a Saturday afternoon when we stopped. It is about 8-9 miles from the PA Turnpike. About 15 miles from I-81. It is a country setting. Summary: this is a nice, very active fairly large RV Park. It could use a little upgrading and more paved roads. The Canada goose population could be reduced, as there are way too many goose droppings in the park. They could better spend their money on improvements rather than radar guns for the rangers. The manager is very nice and all the staff very, very friendly. Bonus: the city of Hershey and all its attraction. The Amish country about 30 miles. Hollywood Casino about 20 miles.
Site: Our site was a paved, full hook with 30 amp electric. There was a locked 50 amp plug that was 2 or 3 dollars a day extra. The site was very unlevel. Many of the sites were unlevel. It was just long enough for our rig, but no parking for the truck. We did have room to park the car at our site. Laundry: Yes but didn't check it out. TV, Phone, WiFi: TV over the air was ok, we got all major networks. Our Verizon cell phone worked well. Didn't try the WiFi. Dog Friendly: Yes, had lots of room to walk a dog. Has many amenities, like all TT parks. There is a indoor and outdoor pool and planned activities. Located about one mile off exit 4 of I-77, along Lake Hartwell, just 4 miles from GA. Summary: We stayed only one night as we were just passing through the area. It is a very very hilly park. This is big rig friendly, BUT you must choose you site and the location to get to the site very carefully. Since we stayed here for free as TT Members, we may stay here again. But we would drive through and check out what sites where available and we could get into before staying here again. There is a great Corp of Engineers Park we stayed at on Lake Hartwell about 5-10 miles from here. To be fair to the park, we only spent one night here and really didn't get to check out the park very well. We got in late and it was pouring rain. Bonus: On large Lake Hartwell. Only one mile off the interstate.
We had 3 sites here. The first was a back in with full hook ups, with cable TV. The site and the roads are all paved. A newspaper is delivered to each occupied site. The sites are big rig friendly with little or no privacy between sites. This site was a little short, as our truck was half on the road when parked in front of the RV side ways. The next site was in a repair bay. We stayed in our rig at night, then we left during the day while they worked on it. We did have a full hook up. Our next site was a lot longer. We were in one of the ends with a large circle turn around. A lot more room to back into it. The reason we went to this site was repairs weren't complete till about 4:30 and we didn't want to hit the road that late. Mosts sites were level. There was a very nice laundry. The laundry was clean and bright. They had about 10-12 washers and dryers. We had good cable TV. Over the air TV was good as you are in the metro area of Tampa. Great Verizon phone service. Park's WiFi was slow. Dog friendly with lots of room to walk your pet. There is a fenced in area to let them run off leash, not too large. They have dogie treats at the check in area. Amenities: Has a large screened in pool and club house. Located right off I-4 and about 1 mile from I-75 . Easy in and out. Summary: This is a large RV park at a very large dealership. We were here for warranty repairs. They have about 150 repair bays. Because of its size we did not get personalized service. You are just a number. Most repairs will have to be redone. We talked to people that had been here for weeks. Good thing we went to the RV park after repairs were complete as we still had a leak that needed re-repair, if there is such a word. Bonus: Very large dealership to shop or just look at 100's of new and used RV's. They are all left open for your casual inspection with no pressure. Free light breakfast and lunch Monday to Saturday. There are all types of free seminars each day at the dealership. They can rebuild your RV if you have the time to spend here. When we were here, the RV park was near full, so best to have reservations in the winter season. All staff was very friendly. There is a Cracker Barrel and Flying J on the property. This is a great place to shop for an RV, but we would not go here for repairs unless there was no other place near by. Our cost was $0.00 for our stay. First time visitors get two free nights. Also, there was coupon on line for two free nights. Also at any RV show they attend, you can sign up for two free nights. While in repairs, you stay for free while in the bays.
Pull through site with full hook up on level grass. Very large site, with 30 amp electric. They do have a few 50 amp sites for an additional fee of $2. per night. Roads are dirt/sand that are deeply rutted. This is a small park with about 35 sites. Laundry: There is one washer and dryer, in a very dated, rest room building. Dog friendly: Yes with lots of room to walk a dog. Amenities: A small washroom and laundry is all. Located about 8 miles off I-75 along Route 82. Summary: This is a small no frills RV park. It is a member of Passport America. The rate w/PA was $12.00 a night. Very friendly owner and camp host. There are about 6-7 permanent residents and two were very cluttered and take away from the whole park. Bonus: About 30 small lakes not far from campground. Also the town of Tifton and the Agrirama center at the GA Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village. There is a restored village with many working exhibits.
We had a pull thru, full hook up 50 amp, fairly level gravel site. Most sites and all roads are gravel. There are many trees, but no privacy between sites. Laundry is in the bath house. One washer and dryer in the mens and ladies room. Very clean, but not adequate when the park in 1/4 or more full. They have cable TV, but it is $2.00 a day. Our Verizon phone worked well. The wifi was much better than last year, but then the park was almost empty. The park is dog friendly with lots of room to walk your dog. A large hall for special events. A very small store in office. A small playground. Some planned activities in season. Location is about 3 miles off I-78, and 10 miles to Allentow/Bethlehem area. About 10 miles from downtown Kutztown. About 15 miles from Cabelas. It is a very nice park with very friendly owners. Its about $40 daily and $575 a month plus electric and cable. There is road noise. The new owners have made many improvements and are working to better improve the park.
The staff was very friendly. The price works out to $32.70 a night, weekly rate plus tax. They offer no discounts of any kind, other then a weekly and monthly rate. That said this is a very nice Resort. Its is maybe 50% full. SITE: our site is a back in about 70-80 foot long, very wide. We are in a site that is along the perimeter of the park. No one behind us, just a small pond, and future sites. In front of us across the wide park road is a 9 hole golf coarse, part of the RV Resort complex, along with a marina on the Caloosahatchee River, part of the intercoastal waterway. The site is grass. There is a cement patio about 8x16. We had full hook up with 50 amp electric. There are very few trees and no privacy between sites. All roads in the park are paved and wide and great for maneuvering a large RV. Plenty of parking at our site for the car and truck. Laundry: There are two laundries in the park, each with four washers and dryers. Very clean in a open screened in room. Amenities: As mentioned a marina, a 9-hole golf coarse, heated pool, club house with scheduled activities, fishing, exercise room and wide open space. They are on about 500 acres. There are about 250 sites. The sites along the perimeter are a better choice in our opinion. TV-Phone: Our Verizon cell service was good, between 3-4 bars. There is no cable TV. Over the air TV, got all major networks and about 40 other channels. There is WiFi in the park for a fee. We didn't use it as we use our Droid X to connect to the Internet. Dog Friendly: Very dog friendly. Lots and lots of room to walk your pet. There is a large area in front of park away from RVs to let them run off leash. It is not fenced. Comments: There is no road noise. Night lighting is very good, very well lit, a bit too well lit for night sky viewing. No picnic table, but go to office to request one. There is a small book exchange in the clubhouse. Bike riding is good in the park, as well as long walks. Boat lunch and kayaking on the river. About 40 miles from the heart of Ft. Myers. Nearest grocery store about 15 miles: Winn Dixie, in La Belle. Lake Okeechobee about 10 miles to the nearest boat launch. Closest restaurant about 15 miles in La Belle. This is sugar cane harvesting season and there is some very minor smoke and fly ash in the air at times. We would return to this park in the future but hope for a discount
Site: We had site 148. It was a double wide very level paved site. There was a very large grass area on both sides of our paved area. Behind us was a small canal. There were small gators in the cannel. Site was very spacious. In front was a double wide paved road. It was a full hook up with 50 amp electric. There was a picnic table and a grill. We did have a few large trees on our site. Not all sites have trees. There are 72 sites, about 10 are double wide paved. About 25 are 50 amp, others are 30 amp. Laundry: There are 2 washers and dryers in each of the 2 restrooms. Washer $1.25, dryers .75. Very clean. Partly opened and screened in area in entry to restrooms . Has TV, phone, WiFi and cable TV with about 70 channels. Verizon phone worked well, 3-4 bars. WiFi worked great. Dog friendly: has a very large area to walk your dog. No fenced in area. There is a large area like a tennis court without lines, and a 10 foot high fence. I did see some people letting their dogs run in there. Amenities: there is a small club house/game room. Limited planned activities. A few swings for the kids. Location: South Bay is on US 27, in South central FL. The park is about 1/4 mile from Lake Okeechobee. Summary: This is one of the nicest public parks we ever stayed in. This is a super park with a very friendly staff. The rates are: for out of County residents $27.75 per day; $166.50 a week; $693.50 a month. Extra vehicle (not sure if this would include a boat) is $4.25, $25.44,and $106. We were in the back loop. The front loop is along route US27 and there is a lot of road noise. We would consider spending a month or more here if it wouldn't be for the $4.25 a day extra charge for an extra car. First time I ever saw this type charge. There is a gate that is locked at night. There is a pond and a canal/channel around the the campground. There is a boat launch on Lake Okeechobee about 1/4 mile away. There is a street light about every 4 sites. Good lighting at night. Good bike riding in park. About 6 miles to a Winn Dixie and 16 to a super Wal-Mart. Few restaurants in the area. This is a small town with not a lot of amenities. Very poor signage to park. Very easy to miss if coming from the north. Bonus: Lake Okeechobee is right beside this park. On top of the Dike surrounding the lake, is a 140+ mile hiking/biking trail. About half of it is paved. Great birding area.
We are here on two specials. First, a 3 free days no strings attached, special from the Tampa RV Show. Second, a $99. "Stay and Play" for 4 days. This for a sales presentation for lots they are selling in their new section of the resort. A new section in a old park. The new section will be a HOA. Very clean and well maintained.. So far we had a very nice boat ride on the Caloosahatchie. We also had a two great lunches. All parts of the sales presentation were very, very nice. The older section is about 75% park models and 25% RVs. A couple of hundred sites. Very, very, very well maintained. Facilities: Lots are 50 X 60, back in sites, large for a private park. Site is very level grass. No picnic table. No shade. No privacy between sites. FHU w/50 amp electric. Double wide paved roads. Very well laid out. Very well lit at night. Some road noise. As stated above, sites are very large for a private park. Laundry: There is a very clean laundry. TV, Phone, WiFi: There is cable TV in the new sections, but not all lots are activated. We had a lot where it worked very well, about 60-70 channels. Over the air TV is good. Our Verizon cell phone worked very well. There is also WiFi which worked well. We had no problem with the WiFi as previous posts stated. Dog Friendly: It is dog friendly. No large open areas to walk or run your pet, but plenty of roads to walk around the park. Amenities: There is a heated pool. There are 2 club houses. Shuffle board courts. A small library. A exercise area. A small pond for fishing. Many, many scheduled activities. Location: South central Florida, a out 30 miles from downtown Fort Myers. About 1 mile from public boat launch on the Caloosahatie River, part of the intercoastal waterway. About 30 miles to Lake Okeechobee. Two groceries stores in town, about 1 mile to a Save a Lot and about 3 miles to a Winn Dixie. A few restaurants in town and 4 or 5 fast food places. Nearest hospital is in Fort Myers. Only mention this as we were here looking at lots and that is important to us if staying put for 5-6 months. Summary: Miles of roads in park to ride your bike or walk. Very very friendly staff and workers. Comment: We would stay here again if we could get some type of a discount. The $40 daily rate and $240 weekly is a little too high. Monthly is $930 + electric. We did get to stay 3 extra days for free because we were considering a lot. Forgot: they only accept cash or checks, no credit cards. This is a 55+ RV Resort.
Very friendly staff. We stayed here with a Thousand Trails special. Price was $16.93 a night. We had a pull thru site on grass. We had FHU 50 amp electric. Site had a small 8X10 cement patio. No privacy between sites. All roads are paved but a bit to narrow for big rigs. Our site was in the back row, so behind us was a huge field with cattle roaming around. The park is surround with fields on 3 sides. There is a very clean laundry. Very active park for 55+ community. There is a heated pool. There is a small 3-4 acre lake in back of park for fishing. Our Verizon phone worked well. Over the air TV got about 30 channels. Wi-Fi through Tango- spotty. Dog friendly. Big grass field in front of park, not fenced. Night lighting is good. There is some road noise. There is a small book exchange. There is only one dumpster in the park and it was a very long walk from our site, about a half mile. Biking is good through out park. You can ride into town on a paved road for walking/biking off the main road and very safe. Goes into town for several miles. Super Wal-Mart less then a mile. Two other major grocery stores in 2-3 miles. The park is about half permanent park models and seasonal sites. The front has 30 sites for transients. Very very well kept park. We would stay here again.
Very friendly staff. $0. price reflects club price. We had 30amp electric and water. About half the sites are FHU. We had a back in site on grass.with a few trees. Water pressure was low at times, electric was low, our auto-former kept lighting up, meaning it was boosting electric. Many improvements are on the way, and they are working on some now. No picnic table. They are getting 200 new tables. About half the roads are paved, rest are packed sand. Our site was down near the river and a little roomier them the sites near the road that were full hook up. Upfront there is a lot of highway noise. There is a laundry w/6 washers and dryers. Could use more for a park this size, it was always very busy. There is Wi-Fi in the clubhouse. Our Verizon cell phone and air card worked well. Major TV networks over the air + about 15 other channels. There is a small fenced in dog run and many roads and trails in park to walk them. Very quite at night. Night lighting is low and very nice. There is a very tiny book exchange. Many roads in park for bike riding. The Peace river is in back of park. There is a steep kayak/canoe lunch. Slow low flowing river. Fossil digging is popular. You can rent fossil digging tools and float for digging in the river, or bring your own. Many activities. There is a heated pool and spa. It is schedule to get a make over. A few good restaurant's in town and groceries about 3 miles. Super Wal-Mart about 5 miles. This park could become a 8 or 9 with some improvements. We will stay here again.
The rate per night is $34.23 based on the weekly charge. There is no discounts of any kind. We had a pull through site with full hook up with 50 amp electric and 70 channel cable TV. They have a WiFi system that works well at times and slow at times. We didn't try the antenna to see if any channels over the air. Our cell phone and aircard had 2-3 bars. We had a picnic table and small cement patio, about 6 X 12. Problem with patio is if you have a slide-out on the door side of your rig it covers a lot of the patio. That is because between the patio and utility post on the opposite side there is only about ten feet. Sites are very close. There is a little shade in some sites. The back had a lot of shade, but this is were the permanent/yearly sites are located. When on our patio we did have a conversation with the neighbor who was sitting in his rig. There is absolutly no privacy between sites. Our site was packed sand and gravel. Each bath house has a small laundry. Super super clean, both the laundry and restrooms/showers. The washers and dryers are $1.50 each. There is a nice heated pool and many activities. About 1/3 of the sites are permanent/yearly. This is a snow bird park and is now almost full. The park is very, very well kept. The park is dog friendly, but no fenced in area for an off leash run. There is a good size area to walk dogs by the storage area, but is a good distance from some parts of the park. Night lighting is good. A little road noise. Good biking around the park, as all roads are paved. There is a small book exchange in the office. Park is next door is a super Wal Mart. There is a gateway in the wall that separates it from the park, so you can walk over for shopping. Many restaurants and stores nearby. Although this is a very well kept park, we probably would not stay here again. Just not our type park, as I said most things were positive about this park.
Our rate was $17.15 per night, Thousand Trails special-$120. week. Our opinion is neutral, we would most likely pass this park in the future. It is a very well kept park, made up of mostly park models. There are 399 sites, about 30-40 transient sites. The transient Rver's are mixed in between the permanent or seasonal park residents. We welcome the camaraderie of traveling Rver's, and can't find much in this type park. The weather was unseasonably cold during our stay, lows in the 30's, high in the low to mid 50's. A few days warmer. Our site was a tight back in perpendicular to the road. If it were more slanted it would have been easier to get into. There was a slight angle but not enough to make it easier to back into. It was packed sand with very little gravel. We had full hook ups w/50amp electric. A small cement patio about 8 X 10 . No table or fire ring. Sites are small with absolutely no privacy between sites. And you back up to within a few feet of the RV behind you. Our connections were on the wrong side and in the back. We needed an extra hose to connect. Water pressure was low. Our sewer connection was on the correct side in the middle of the site. There is a very nice and very clean laundry with about 10 washers and dryers, $1.50 each. The laundry is connected to the bathrooms and showers. If you need these they can be very far from your site. These are the only bathrooms in the park. We do no use the bathroom, so can only guess they are as clean as the rest of the park. Our Verizon cell phone and air card had 2 bars, using our Wilson antenna and amplifier gave us 5 bars . There is Wi-Fi thru Tango, 1st 4 hours free, then there is a charge, not sure of the rate. TV off our antenna was good for 4 networks and a few odd channels. It is dog friendly, in that they have 2 small dog walking areas, a far distance from our site. No area to run dogs off leash, or trails. Not to much in the way of landscaping, but as said very well kept and clean. At night there is good lighting. There is some road noise. We were near the front of the park. There is not anything in the way of hiking or kayaking in the immediate area of the park. All roads are paved and it is easy biking in the park. There is a heated pool. They do have a busy activities schedule. There is a small book exchange in the clubhouse. The reason we choose this park, other them the special price is it location. Its is between Tarpon Springs and Homosessa Springs which we want to visit. Also Close to friends we wanted to visit. It is right off busy RT 19. There is a super Wal-Mart about 5 miles, and many other stores in the area. Many many restaurant also. Some residents are workers, and 2 of our neighbors left at 6AM 7 days a week,, waking us with doors slamming, etc.
Friendly staff. Rate is for Passport America plus cable TV. All sites are pull thru. We had full hook up with 50 amp. Site was level. Lots of shade. Nice small trail to a small lake. Pool is now open. About 1 mile off I-95, but no noise. Park needs some updating, like gravel on sites and roads. Otherwise its a great stop over if using I-95. We would stay here again.
Super state park, only thing that would make it better would be sewer hook ups. There is a good dump station with 3 lanes. There is Wi-Fi at the store Island Joes. Many sites are tight for big RV's. The first two loops are for tents and small RV's only. Bugs can be a problem, but this is a state park. Two week limit. Super super beach. Super clean rest room. We agree with all the previous post.
Rate is $0. for TT menbers. We stayed here twice, 11/1-//15 and 11/22/12/6.(here now) He had a back in full hook up with 50 amp electric. Very friendly staff. There is a small wooded area with a lot of shade,more like a state park, maybe about 100 sites. The main part of the park dose not have much shade. There is a small lake with a boat/kayak launch. Our site was paved with a large patio. Roads are all paved. Both Pool's had a super make over. They were planting about a dozen very large palms around the pool. Club house and ballroom are super. Many activities. There are some unpaved sites. Verizon air card and cell had 3-4 bars. Very quiet for this large a park. It is about 2/3rds full. We will stay here again. This is the nicest TT. we ever stayed in to date. I agree with others about opening the parks to the public. TT is a members only group, or is it. I can seeing renting unused sites at a high fee, but with no reservations more them 48 hours. This way the empty sites will help the corporations bottom line, and help with improvements. Just good business, but no reservation more them 48 hours in advance.
Bee's RV Park, A Coast to Coast park, cost us $10. night. Very friendly park with two great all you can eat dinners. Verizon air card and cell worked great, 3 bars,with Wilson antenna and amplifier 5 bars. TV over the air good, got all 3 major networks plus about 20 other channels. Cable TV if wanted was $2.50 a day. We had a pull-thru full hook up 50 amp site, on grass. Only draw back was sites very close, unpaved sites. Roads were paved, very narrow, but take your time, we are a 38 foot 5th wheel and had no problem. Also some road noise even though we were in the center of the park. Try not to stay along Hwy 27, a lot more road noise. There is some shade in the middle and back of the park. We would stay here again. About 5 miles to large grocery store, 7-8 miles to a lot of shopping and many many restaurants. 35 miles to Walt Disney World. They do have Wi-Fi, but we didn't try to use it. More of an adult park. Didn't use pool.
Rate is monthly rate plus electric. Many many improvements since our last visit. Very, very big rig friendly. Wi-Fi is much improved. Some shade. Verizon air card and cell good, 2-3 bars, with Wilson antenna and amp, 4 bars. Major grocery shopping is about 12-15 miles. Very friendly staff. There is some road noise. Great across from I-78. This park could be a 10 with paved roads and sites with more amenities. But for a great restful park with friendly staff. We would stay here again.
Super little city park. There is a lake for fishing. We used it as a stop over before entering Canada. We did not use the restrooms, but there were very clean. Lots of room to walk dogs. We self registered. We had a pull thur.
A super Nat. PK. campground. Generators are permitted at certain hours. Many deer and buffalo in the campground and park. There is a water fill and dump station. Verizon cell was weak. This is a come back park. Rate was with golden Age Pass.
$0.00 is for Thousand trails members. The staff (only saw one person) was friendly. Much shade. Several stations on the antenna. Verizon was good as well as air card. Choose your site carefully. Roads and site are in bad condition, gravel and dirt. Some sites are hard to get into with a big rig. The pool is super. The amenities are great. Small lake for fishing. One loop closed because of sewer problems, but a contract was signed to fix the problem. This park could be an 8 or 9 if they fix the roads and sites.
Good overnight stop 2/10 mile off I-95. Very little noise. About 15 pull through sites for transients. We had a cement pad that was very cracked up. Rate was for Passport America. Many permanent sites, but most kept neat. There are about 6 rows for storage. There is a huge flea market next to the park. Verizon was very good. We would stay here again, but only for an overnight. There is a small lake (pond) at the back of the park.
Overall a nice park. As stated, there are a lot of golf carts. Friendly rangers. Rate is for Thousand Trail members. WiFi is $4.95 a day with weekly and monthly rates. About half the sites are big rig friendly. A super adult pool, there is also a family pool. All new furniture around the pool. This was a big upgrade. Many amenities and activities. A small lake for fishing. Overall a quiet park. Roads and sites could us more gravel, some are just dirt and grass. Verizon was fair to good. In season this park could be very busy. We would stay here again.
Friendly staff and good service at the RV Center. Rate is for Passport America. Water and electric were good. About 1/4 mile off interstate 81. Has long pull through sites, no need to unhook if just stopping for the night. Roads and sites are dirt/gravel. They are putting in more gravel which will help if it rains. There are no restroons or showers. There is a dump station. We would stay here again.
Very friendly staff. Nice clean park. There are only two pull through sites. Rate is Passport America, see book for restrictions. Roads and sites are gravel. It is on Boone Lake. Has a very nice pool. It is about 3 miles from the Bristol Speedway. A flea market is across the street. Cable TV was good. Verizon cell and aircard worked well. Many sites are seasonal, but very, very well kept. We would stay here again.
This parks address is 2318 Gold Point Circle North in Hixson TN, if putting it in your GPS. It is on Chickamauga Lake. Has very friendly staff. We had a site that backs up to the lake so the $25 rate, others are $23.50. I guess we were lucky getting a lake front site, but this is the second time here and we got a lake front site then. No Reservations at this park. Rule 19 on back side of rate/rule sheets states wooden blocks must be used under jacks. They do come through and enforce that rule so make sure you use wooden blocks. Some sites are close together. Choose you site carefully. All roads and sites are paved. Showers and laundry are nice and clean. There is a dump station right in the park, but is not easy to acess. There is one with 3 dump stations about a half mile out of the RV park. The 3 dumps are in line, so if someone is in front, it could hold you up, or if they don't pull all the way forward you can't get in. Not a good system the way it is laid out. This is about the only drawback at this great park. We would stay here again.
Very friendly host. That was the best park of this park. Many rundown permenent sites. We had a long pull through so we did not need to unhook, and we are about 55 feet long. It is tight getting through the park. It's about 1/4 mile off interstate, so a good overnight stop. There is a nice small pool. Cable TV was good. Way overpriced, even with the Good Sam discount. If this were a half price campground, we might consider staying here again, just for an overnight. They are building a Loves truck stop that backs right up to the park. This could add to the already loud noise from the interstate.
Rate is with Passport America. Has a friendly staff. Nice big fenced dog run. Very nice and super clean laundry and showers. Gravel roads with paved pads. Our 50 amp was good with no problems. WiFi was good. Cable TV was good, about 60 channels. There is a little shade in late afternoon in a few sites, 12-14a. Was very quite. Has nice long pull through sites: can stay hooked up. Is very big rig friendly. We would stay here again.
Rate is for Passport America. We had a river view site which was $2. more a night. Has friendly staff. We had a great view of the river and barge traffic. Roads are gravel, site had a paved pad. No shade at our site. We had cable TV with about 10 channels. WiFi worked well. Very nice river walk. No shade at our site. Great park to visit Natchez TN, just across the river about a mile from the park. We would stay here again. Verizone cell and aircard worked well.
Very nice park with friendly staff. WiFi was good at times, and slow at times. Cable TV: there was a problem with some of the channels, the same as our last review of this park a year ago. We were told they are working on it. Verizon cell and air card worked well. The park is very clean and well kept. No shade. Lots of room to walk the dog. The pool was great and well kept. This park could be a 10 if they work on the WiFi and cable TV.
The staff was friendly. The rate was $0.00 for TT members. We had a pull through site with 50 amp. It was paved, but not in good shape. We did not pay extra for electric as this is one of the few "older" sites w/50amp. It was a side by side site and thankfully no one was on either side of us. It was fairly level. The side by sides could be very close if you both have slide outs. We had a picnic table. The roads need a lot of work. Many, many activities. Our Verizon cell phone and aircard worked great. We had many over the air TV stations, as there is no cable TV. Not much shade. There are 2 small laundry rooms. The grass was well mowed. There is a boat dock on the lake. We would stay here again.
Rate is for Coast to Coast + $2. for cable. 50 amp is an extra $3. a night. The roads are horrible, as well as the sites. They are just packed sand/dirt. It rain while we were there and it was a mess. There is a lot of shade and 2 small nice lakes, but with out many fish. All the people that did fish came away with nothing. This is a Western Horizon park but where told by some of the members it was sold and no longer W.H.. Don't know, we missed that meeting. The staff was friendly. A good place to walk the dogs. This could be a very nice park as many of the sites are large. It needs a lot of work. We will not return unless we see here better reviews and things are improved.
We don't often give a 10, but this park is about a 9 and 3/4's. The only draw back is a small laundry, but didn't cause us any problems. We always got a washer & dryer. The staff was very friendly. The rate is with Thousand Trails, with a $3. park fee use per night. A great area to walk the dogs, and a big fenced in area to rum the dogs. It was fum to watch the many jack rabbits. The site are large, flat with a 8 x 30 cement patio. There were many many activities. We would stay here again.
Very friendly staff. We did get an escort to our site. This is a must. The rate is Passport America. The plus is there are many, many activities, etc. The roads are very, very narrow. Two cars had to be moved for us to get to our site. Our site on grass was all mud and ruts. We did get parked without getting stuck. The sites are very close back to back. There is enough room on the side to park and put out your awning. There are two pet walks that are very, very small for a park this size. With all the dogs using them, it is our opinion that it is not healthful for you or your dog. Your are given 11 pages of rules. Since there are many park model units in the park many of these rules apply to them. We are rating the whole RV Park, not only the activities. That is why the low rating. We would not stay here again.
This is a parking lot with full hook-ups and 50 amp electric. Only facilities would be in the casino. A long walk if you need them, as the shuttle isn't running. Not sure if the casino is open 24 hours. Well lit at night. We had no problem with electric, it looked like a new service. Our auto formmer worked well without boosting power even with 2 electric heaters running. The site aside of us was closed off, maybe because of bad electric as mention in the previous post. As mentioned you pay at the casino security. English was not a problem. Our Verizon cell phone was fair. We do like casino RV parks, but would not go out of our way to stay at this one.
Rate is for Passport America. Pay in store. No amenities. It was quiet considering its next to I-10, and a large truck parking area. FHU 50 amp service on long level pull throughs. No TV service over the air. The Passport directory does say satellite TV, but there is none. Also I believe the restaurant is closed. Does not appear to be any bathrooms for the campground, but there may be some in the store. Verizon cell phone was very good. It is a great overnight stop with easy on and off the interstate. As a campground we rated this as a 5: for a good overnight stop it would be a 8 (we would rate Wal-Mart a 1). We would stay here again.
Rate is with Passport America. The directory states PA is not good in February, but they accepted it anyway. The staff is friendly and we were escorted to our site. We had a pull through, full hook-up, 50 amp site with cable TV. The cable TV was very bad on the lower channels, but it was scheduled to be fixed. It didn't happen while we were here for 2 weeks. Has paved roads with level gravel sites and many activities. Located about 45 minutes from Tucson. Great area in back of park to walk and run the dogs. This is a snow bird park and about half the sites have mobile homes on them. It is kept very nice. Some distant train noise, but not bad. Our Verizon cell phone and air card worked well. We would stay here again.
Extra friendly staff. Sites very unlevel side to side. Weak electric. Great place to run the dogs behind the park or hike. Nice pool and spa, but small. Nice clean laundry room. Close to a Safeway and Wal-Mart. Great Verizon cell phone and air card service. About 40 miles to Tucson. Many sites are side by side hookups. Rate was for Coast to Coast. Cable TV was very good with about 65 channels. We had a pull through site. We would stay here again, but I would try to get a site along the back as they seemed to leveler, but tight. There is some train and road noise, but not to bad.
Very friendly staff. Paved roads, level gravel sites. We had 30 amps, extra $3. charge for 50 amp for Coast to Coast members. Rate is for coast to Coast. Big dog run. Good Verizon cell phone and air card service. A lot of activities scheduled. Distance train noise and some city traffic noise, but was not bad. After all this in the city and to be expected. Good TV off the antenna.
Very friendly staff. Some on going maintenance. Waterfront sites are for members of CRA only. Rate is for Coast to Coast Members, plus $2.50 per day for cable TV. We had a 30 amp back-in full hookup site. Site was wide and deep and level gravel. The roads in park where extra extra wide and made for easy maneuvering. We had no picnic table. There was a slight sewer smell several times, but didn't last long. Many nice amenities (see their website). With 800 sites if anywhere near full this could be a very very busy park. There where many snow birds here during our stay, and very few children if any. Park was very quite. Our Verizon phone worked well. We do use a Wilson antenna for our air card and it worked very well. We would stay here again.
Rate is for Thousand Trail members. There is very very friendly staff. This facility is very well maintained, with on going maintenance. This is an urban park in the middle of a large city, so expect city sounds and sights. If expecting wilderness and lots of space, this isn't the place. There is a very nice fenced in dog run which is disinfected each week. The spaces are tight. We had a very level gravel site with 30 amp electric. The roads are all paved. There are 2 washers and dryers in each bath house, $1.25 wash and $1.00 dryer. It is an ideal place to stay to visit Las Vegas. Our Verizon phone and aircard worked very well here. We would stay here again.
Rate is for Coast to Coast. Very friendly staff. Very well maintained and clean. Club house is one of the nicest we ever seen. Bathrooms where super. They could use some better sign at the entrance. Paved roads and good very level gravel sites. About the only thing missing is paved sites and free Wi-Fi at the sites. There is free Wi-Fi in the clubhouse. A great place to run the dogs in the back of the park. We would stay here again.
This park could be a 10 if they provided cable TV, picnic tables, and free Wi-Fi. The place was immaculate. No trash anywhere and no duck problems. It is an oasis in the desert. The rate is with a coupon they sent us, $19.99 + tax for 2 days. We are rating the RV park not the Casino. Roads and sites are paved. Landscaping was neat and trim. Quite and very peaceful. Park was only about 1/2 full. There are several laundry rooms, and they were neat and clean. The staff was very friendly. We would stay here again.
Part of the reason for the low rating is they let someone in on the site next to us at 4AM. Woke us and the neighbor up. Staff more interested in giving out mail to permanent residence them registering us. About two thirds of the sites are permanent/seasonal. Some are a little trashy. The sites in the front are pull through and a little tight. We could not put out our awning. There is road noise. Our Verizon phone and air card worked well. We would not stay here again.
Every staff member was very friendly. We stayed for $0, but have to put in a number. As stated sites and roads are tight, but if you take you time there should be no problem. About half the sites are 50 amp. All the back in sites are 50 amp and 26 of the 155 pull throughs. Verizon cell phone and air card worked very well. A huge desert field next door is great for running dogs, and no stickers of any kind on the dogs. Sites 1 to 19 are easy access to the field. The pool was great. There are many activities. The laundry was very clean. We would stay here again.
Very friendly staff. Paved roads and gravel sites. We had a 30 amp site. Sites are level. Heated pool and 3 hot tubs. Many activities. Rate is for Coast To Coast plus $2. for cable. Wi-Fi was weak from our site. Verizon cell phone and air card worked well. Only problem was the sewer connection was about 12 inches high. We would stay here again.
Members only park, 55+. A beautifully landscaped and laid out park. Very friendly staff. You are given a lot in the rental pool (owner away with their rig). So each lot is different. They are all 50 amp full hookup with cable TV. There is a boon docking area with about 30 sites. This area is nicer them many campgrounds we stayed at. It is $5. a night. There is no weekly or monthly rate. There is a great fenced in dog run which is very large. About 15 miles to nearest large grocery store. Several casinos about 20 miles. The wood working shop, quilting machines etc are not for use by transient guest. Our Verizon phone and air card worked well. The pool area is the nicest we have ever seen.
Rate is $0 for members, but I can't enter a 0 in the nightly rate. The staff is extremely friendly. There is some maintenance on going, but they need a lot more. There is no cell phone service. There is one spot near the pool where you can get a very weak Verizon signal. The wifi in the adult lounge on the north side of the park is very good. The rest rooms and showers were clean but needed to be updated. This is on the north side. We were told there is a new rest room shower house on the south side. On the north side there is only water and electric hook ups, but they do have a pump out service for $15. The electric in the site aside of us didn't work and we saw at least 5 or 6 electric boxes with plastic bags over them because of problems. The park in general can use some serious updating. Most of the sites are dirt with very little gravel and to close together to rate this park any higher. The storage area is very very unsightly and should be screened from the park. There are RVs in there that have licences that expired 10 years ago, with flat tires etc. Also there are about 10 semi permanent RV's, on the north side, that are very trashy and detract from the whole place. It is a great place to stay to visit the San Diego area.
This is a nice TT/N park with all the amenities. 2 pools, store, laundries, play areas clean restrooms, etc.. There is a problem with many flies as noted in another review. At times the smell from the dairy farm was overwhelming. Can not rate this a 10 because of the lack of 50amp, unpaved sites, no cable TV, no free Wi-Fi at all sites and dirt between sites. Although the ducks and geese are nice to see, there is a problem with to many in the park. There are a lot of droppings in and around sites near the streams. This is unhealthy and some of them should be capture and released in the wild. Part of the problem is the guest feeding them, and this should be discourage. I don't think we will return, the main reason is the smell and flies which is not the fault of the resort, its the location. There are a lot of employees and upkeep is ongoing.
Since the last review this place is on the upswing. There is a lot of work being done here. I was told someone else took over the resort. We saw at least 30 fairly new golf carts. There is a lot of work ongoing. They are planting trees, putting in large drainage swells and grading etc. This park will be a 9 or 10 when complete. There is a new laundry and a club house. The small pond is filled, so you can use the paddle boats. We were there for 5 days and 2 were windy. But this is canyons and desert and is very common all over southern CA. There is Wi-Fi in the clubhouse. Our Verizon cell phone was very very week and our air card just worked. The hot tub and lap pool were heated.
Rate is for Thousand Trails/NACO. We were here in the off season so only one loop was open. Were only about 10 RVs in the park. If full or near full this would be very busy. We picked a site with no one on either side of us and it was ok. If the other sites where full it would have been close. The park could use some maintenance: gravel on the sites, electric box upgrade, fill pot holes, etc. We had no TV reception off the antenna. Lots of shade. Wi-Fi worked great in the club house. No cell service with Verizon. Great place to stay to visit Yosemite National Park.
Park has paved roads and gravel sites. Host was very friendly and helpful and went out of the way to help. Campground was not full when we visited so every other site was used. If full, this would be very very close camping. The back of our RV was just about a foot away from the RV behind us. Hook ups at back of site so you may need extra sewer hose etc. We needed 30-foot of sewer hose to connect. Rates are as follows: back-in 30 amp $28., 50 amp $33. Pull throughs 30 amp $43., 50 amp $48. It's a good place to stay to visit SF Bay area via BART about 5 miles from campground. Wi-Fi was very week. Could be the area we were in. We used our Verizon air card and cell phone and they worked very well. There is no shade. Big grassy area in front of the park to walk dogs. No road noise but we did hear trains in the distance, very faint.
The rate is for Coast to Coast + $3 for electric a night and $3 for each dog (we have 2 dogs, so an extra $6.). First time in over 40 years of RVing we had to pay an extra charge for our dogs. I could understand a charge if they had a nice fenced in dog run. There is an extra charge for 50 amp and pull throughs. The park is in need of maintenance. There are some run down looking permanent trailers that detract from the park. Our Verizon phone and aircard worked well. Sites are very close together. We would not stay here again. There is another Coast to Coast park about a mile away that is much nicer and does not charge extra for anything except wi-fi.
Rate is $0 for Thousand Trails member, but we can't put a 0 in the nightly rate box. The staff is very friendly and the park is well maintained. There is Wi-Fi in the club house. Water and 30 amp electric sites only with a dump station. About half the sites are very tight and small for large RV's. You go and choose your site, so look around carefully. There is no cable and no reception off an antenna. Our Verizon cell phone was very spotty and our air card worked fair. There are 4 loops with 1 washer and dryer in each loop. There is a road and trail down to the river, which is not visible from the RV sites. We would stay here again.
Friendly owner. Very tight turn getting into park. Rate is for Coast to Coast with a $3. charge for electric and $2. for cable. Sites are all grass with gravel roads. It was off season so every other site was used. If it were full and all sites used it would be very very close. There is Wi-Fi for a $3 or 4 dollar a day charge. We used our Verizon air card and it worked well as did our cell phones. You can not use your auto-former and the electric was OK. We had a 30 amp site and I don't believe there are any 50 amp. The laundry and bathrooms were very clean. There is no shade in the main part of the campground but along the far side of the campground there is a shady tree line. Very nice view of the river. Very quiet and peaceful. A great place to stay to visit the Redwoods. Nearest town with large food stores is about 25 mile distant. We would stay here again.
This is a super Escapees park. The sites are large and well laid out. All are permanent type sites. You are given a site that is vacant (owners away w/their RV). Many sites are beautifully planted and decorated. Sites are all gravel and very level. The only think missing is wifi throughout the park.
Rate is for Coast To Coast + $2.50 for cable. Somebody said paved sites, there are no paved sites. The staff is friendly. The road is full of potholes. The sites are gravel/dirt. Wi-Fi only works in or near clubhouse. We had full hook up 50 amp. There is a great fenced in dog area. There are few pull thrus. Its a great location. There is a lot of shade. The road did get muddy when it rained. Can't rate this higher them a 8 with the lack of paved roads and sites and free Wi-Fi that works through out the park.
The rate is for Coast To Coast, plus $1. for cable TV (13 Channels). Wi-Fi was also a $1. a day and the host said it was not the best. We used our Verizon air card and phone and they worked well. Very friendly staff. Very little shade. Campground divided into 2 sections, beach-side and road-side. The roads and sites are gravel and packed sand. As a Coast To Coast member we were told we could not have a beach-side site, even though they were about one third full the six days we stayed here. I ask about this and was told that is their rules. The road-side sites are very close. We had to move the picnic table so we could open our slide out as it was directly across from our neighbors and the table would not fit between the slide outs: that's close. From the ocean-side the beach is about 400 yards, not feet as stated in another review. It is about 800 yards from the road-side sites. We only had 30 amp electric. Maybe the beach-side has 50 amp as reported in another post. The RV Park is very clean and well kept. There are 3 other campgrounds in the area that accept Coast to Coast. One, located about 1/4 mile away does put Coast To Coast members on the beach-side sites. We would rate this park a 7 if we had a beach-side site as they are larger. We would not stay here again, we would choose another park in the area.
About 25 of the sites are permanent, and about 15 of these are very, very trashy. The only reason I gave this a 4 instead of something lower is because of the friendly owner, the super wifi, pull through sites, and good interior roads. The 30 amp electric was very weak as our autoformer kept busting electric. The owner said because of the economy he was taking in more monthly renters. These were not monthly, some have been there for quit a while and a school bus picks up kids at the park. The dog area is not fenced in as reported here. There is a fence separating the highway from the park on one side. This may have been an 8 or 9 as listed in passed reports, but these are 2 years old. There is a lot of highway noise. We would not stay here again.
This is a park for members only. There are 40 sites for transient visitors, 22 full hook up and 18 dry camping. Only self contained RV's. The rate is based on the weekly rate. The dry camp rate is $5. a day. The Wi-Fi only works in the clubhouse. It is a super super clean park. We would give this park a 10 if they had Wi-Fi throughout the park and 50 amp electric. It is one of the nicest parks we stayed in, in over 40 years of rv'ing. We will be back.
The rate is for Coast To Coast plus $2. for cable. The staff were friendly but not very knowledgeable about the area. Many sites will take large rigs. They are 2 or 3 pull thrus. There is a lot of shade. 20 sites have full hook ups with 50 amp electric and cable TV. The roads are paved and the sites are dirt with little gravel. Most sites are very wide with lots of vegetation and trees between them. It has the feeling of a state park try lay out. Our Verizon Air Card and phone worked well here. If they installed Wi-Fi and put down gravel on their sites we would rate this an 8. We would stay here again.
This campground could be a 10 if they paved their roads and sites and had 50 amp electric. The staff is friendly. Not all sites have shade. The rate is for Coast To Coast plus $1 for electric and $1 for cable TV. Wi-Fi is also $1 a day. The river is hidden back in the woods where about 125 partial hook up sites are located. We arrived the day after they had 3 days of rain and these sites were very, very muddy. The upper part of the park had many pot holes that where filled with water. They have an indoor pool and sauna and hot tub. Their is a golf course plus other amenities. Great place to stay to visit MT Rainier and MT ST Helens.
This is just a gravel parking lot with electric hook ups. Sites, if all were full, are very very close. It seems people take every other site. It's connected to a large grocery store. The views are great. There is highway noise, as you are right along Hwy 97. It's ok for a overnight stop or a day or two to tour the area. They have several water fill stations and a dump station. They also have a small laundry, which was only $0.75 a load. We would stay here again, but for only a day or two.
This is a great little campground along the AK Hwy at mile Km 1042. It is about 20 miles (west) from the junction of the Cassiar Hwy. and about 30 miles from Watson Lake. We had a pull thru that was about 70 foot long. We were right next to the creek. They have pit toilets and a water pump. There are bins of free firewood. There is no dump station. There are picnic tables and fire pits. We didn't have to unhook. Its a great stop over for the night or a good spot to just site and relax for a few days. There is a little highway noise.
We would give this park a 10 if it weren't for the highway and train noise: very very noisy! Other than that, it's a great park with lots of grass and shade. A nice laundry with 2 washers and dryers. The Wi-Fi is good and there is no extra charge. The rate noted is a weekly rate: you pay for 6 days and the 7th is free. A very friendly and helpful staff. There was plenty of room to walk the dogs. All the sites and roads are paved and level, with full hook ups.
Nice state park. They have a water fill and a dump station which is $5. even if camping there. Few site have some shade. There is a beach at the lake. Very busy park, mostly full every day we where there. You can run generators from 8 AM to 9 PM. Choose you site carefully, if you are between the lake and other sites you are a walkway. Like most state parks there is ample room between sites. There are no trees or bushes between sites, just grass, so no privacy. We feel its a little pricey for a no hook up state park, and you have to pay to dump. We would not stay here again, for use its to busy and noisy with to many unsupervised kids running through the sites of other campers.
A good overnight stop. Rate is Passport America. We had a long pull through site and didn't have to unhook for the night. There is an onsite restaurant. It's an older park. There is grass between the sites. We had a 30 amp electric, full hook-up site. We would stay here again.
Rate is with Good Sam discount. They do take credit cards. About half the park is mobile homes. We had a 50 amp, full hook-up site. The Wi-Fi was good and free. Our site was a pull through and long enough so we didn't have to unhook. Sites are a little close. We were way in the back with no road noise. A very well kept park. They have a RV power wash which is $10.
Nice overnight stop with easy in and out. We had a pull through site and didn't need to unhook. The Wi-Fi was good. The rate is $25 in Canadian cash. They do take credit cards. The laundry was neat and very clean. It's located about 6 miles from town, and has a little highway noise. Very friendly owner. We would stay here again.
They have a water fill and a dump station in town about a mile from the campground. The sites are heavily shaded. With a big rig you need to choose your site carefully. Many trees and some site are not at all level. We had a 30 amp site, but some of the sites have only 20 amps. They do accept credit cards. Young boy is office was not very helpful. There are fire rings and picnic tables. There are tennis courts and a playground all part of the municipal park. We would not stay here again.
What a gem in the middle of nowhere. This campground is meticulously maintained. The grass is like at a golf course. It is down a steep 1/3 mile driveway so there is no road noise. Spectacular views of the mountain, and there is a small lake at the end of the park. The Wi-Fi didn't work at our site as we where at the bottom of the park. It did work up close to the tower on the barn. We would give this park a 10 if the Wi-Fi was better and they had sewer hook ups. They do have a dump station with a sign "do not Flush your tanks". There is a smaller area up in the trees for tents and small RVs. There is a lot of shade in this area. There where about 10 sites there. They offer no discounts and do take credit cards.
Very well run RV Park. The staff is very friendly and helpful in arranging tours, etc. The place is spotless, and their laundry is the nicest we have ever seen. The rate is with a Good Sam discount. We did not pay for the Wi-Fi and cable TV which are both extra. Mostly no shade, and the setting is right in the middle of town with road noise. This is the only reason we didn't give them a 10.
This park could be a 10 if they provided a little more. The setting overlooking a crystal clear lake is super. We had a site that backed up to the lake. They only have electric hook-ups. Its just 15 amp electric which they generate. There is a water fill and a dump. At the dump there is a sign "Do not flush your tanks". You also have to take your trash with you. But the staff is super helpful and go out of their way to help you. The owner walked us to our site to see if it was to our liking. I saw her do this several times. The Wi-Fi was poor to fair, and there was no cell service. They have a laundry. We didn't use the showers and rest rooms but checked them out: they were spotless. We paid $28 dollars because we asked if they have any discounts. So she gave us $2 off. It pays to ask. We would stay here again.
This is a very, very well run campground with friendly and helpful staff. There is much shade, with trees between sites. Sites are very close and the trees do nothing for privacy. The roads and sites are gravel and fairly level. We didn't use the park's restrooms and showers but we did check these out and they are very, very clean and well stocked and kept. Wi-Fi is $2. a day. We used our Verizon aircard and it worked fairly well. Our cell service also worked well. We got about 10 channels on the TV with our antenna. They only have water and electric hook-ups, but do have a dump station. The rate is with a Good Sam discount. We would stay here again.
This is a great base camp for visiting Anchorage, as it's only 12 miles from Anchorage. There is a 4-day stay limit. About 1/2 the sites can be reserved. All roads and sites are paved. There is lots of shade and room between the sites. It's very well kept and clean, with a host on site. There is also a few river sites. Our Verizon cell phone worked well here. As stated there are no hook-ups. They do have a water fill and a dump which is $5. even if you are camped there. We would stay here again.
This review is for the campground right past the fishing hole. The sites are all back in. Most sites have numbers along the wooden dividers, but the sites along the water front don't seen to all have numbers and most don't have dividers. These are very close. There is a water fill and a dump station. The views are great. Homer is a fishing town and a little touristy. We would stay here again. They need a better layout and a host would be helpful as people were rolling around the dividers. There is no shade.
This is a super little park. Pay Wi-Fi in the park but free and fast at the lodge. You can use the Lodges hot tub and restaurant. The cable was good and our Verizon cell phone worked here. The laundry was great. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It's best to make reservations as this is a small park and it was full every night. All sites are back-ins. We would stay here again.
The nicest public campground we have stayed in. The scenery was breathtaking. The mountains, the glaciers and the nearby creek were beautiful. The roads are wide and paved. We had a long, level, paved pull-through site with a fire ring and picnic table. We could not see the next site, but could see one across from us. They have a host and sell firewood. There is no dump and the water is from a hand pump. There are no showers. There are great hiking trails from the campground. Visit the glaciers in the area. Rate is with the Golden Age Passport. We would give this park a 10 if they had a dump.
This campground is located about 16 miles south of Anchorage at mile marker 101 on the Seward highway. It is a good location but in need of a lot of work. The gravel road into and through the campground had potholes 8 and 9 inches deep and 2 to 4 feet round. It is a narrow winding one way road. Big rigs can get in if very careful. There where a lot of trees down laying all around. It look like they may have been cut and just left to rot. I did talk to a state park worker and he said the campground is going to get a complete makeover. I would not stay here without checking it out to see if it had a makeover.
Very friendly staff, and very helpful with information on Denali. We had a full hook up site that was a back in. The site was level, but short. We had to park our truck across the road. The roads and sites are gravel. Great views and about 7 miles outside the Denali. A good base to visit Denali. They offer no discounts. If you need hook ups, this is the place to stay.
We had a tight, back-in site near the river. The sites offered no place to park our trucks when we unhooked. The staff was very friendly and helpful with booking tours. Their Wi-Fi was weak, and although the cable worked well, there are a limited number of stations. If in the area again we would prefer to stay at Pioneer Park.
The staff was friendly! Verizon cel phone worked great, however the Wi-Fi only works at the office. Lots of shade and the gravel, dirt sites are fairly level. The pancake toss was great fun: I won a free $12 breakfast! You have to try their great reindeer chili served in a sourdough bread bowl. Added bonus: good truck and RV washing facilities.
The good news was the staff was friendly and helpful. Although our back-in site provided little space between campers, we had plenty of length to maneuver. The laundry area was clean. Their Wi-Fi was just ok. Unfortunately this park's interior roads where filled with large pot holes. We would look for a different campground if in the area again.
This is great little campground. No hookups, they do have pit toilets and free firewood. No showers or water available and no dump. Its is a Yukon Government Park. Good gravel roads and sites. About half are pull-thru. It is off the beaten path along the Silver trail. From here its a great place to leave the rig and dive the 40 mile gravel road to Keno. The fishing was good at the lake for Northern Pike.
Nice wide back in site with lots of shade and a lot of space between sites. Good gravel roads and sites. Can use the hot springs with no addition charge. They did truck in water, but ask that you take only what you needed, as their well was out of service. The hot springs where wonderful. The staff was friendly. Firewood for sale. We would stay here again.
On Teslin lake. About 4 water sites. 6 parallel type sites, just pull along side of road. Some sites are a little small. We where OK in a parallel site along lake with a great view. We are about 54 feet long when hooked up. Fair gravel roads and sites fairly level. Free firewood. Enter the campground thru rear area. You could park here to check out campground.
About 25 miles east of Whitehorse along Alaska hwy. at km 1,379. Some site along lake front, but about 100 yards from the water. Much shade, sites well spaced. Very helpful staff. Free firewood. Good gravel roads and sites, very level. We would stay here again.
Just opened this week. They where still cleaning up leaves etc.. Friendly staff. Fair gravel roads with fairly level sites with much shade. They have a truck/RV wash, but it wasn't working yet. The wi-fi was great.
There were many pot holes and lots of mud. The cable didn't work, we tried 2 others and finally got it to work. The Wifi was weak in our rig, but ok at office. On a positive note the girl in the office was very helpful. If it where dry it might be a little better. I would look for a different park if going through here again.
The rate is with a coupon for $5. off. The campground is great for big rigs, plenty of room. Overall the campground is great, its the road in and if it rains. The road about 3 miles on dirt and the roads in the campground turned to mud when it rained. A real mess especially if you have pets. The owners very friendly. We would not stay here again.
We were in the electric only area. There is a water fill and a dump. Elk in the campground every day. The loop we where in had a very narrow road and did make it a little hard to back in. The staff where friendly. We would stay here again.
A super campground. Beautiful views of the mountains. No hookups. Elk in the park every night and morning. Rate is for camping and our entry (2 seniors)fee for each day. A bit pricey for no hookups. But its a million dollar view. We would stay here again. Drive about 1/4 mile from park and there is wifi at the motel.
The road in is dirt/gravel and a little rough for a mile. The rate is for Passport America. We stayed a second day for free with a horse back trail ride. The trail ride was super. The sites are close. The trees need trimming. There were only 3 other campers there so no problems. If full it could be a problem. The place has been sold according to the owner. He said the new owners have plans to upgrade. We are rating the park as it is now. It's about 7 miles outside the National Park. We would only stay here again if we were doing the trail ride.
Self register park. We stayed in the electric loop. I am rating the electric loop. There is another loop for tenting. There are 45 electric sites. There are 2 places to get water. They have a dump. In this loop about five sites have a water view. There is a boat lunch. Dirt road and grass sites that are fairly level. There are picnic tables and a fire ring. The have flush toilets and new pit type toilets. Very little shade. We would stay here again.
The staff is very friendly. There are nice wide roads and pull throughs. Most sites are pull throughs; no need to unhook, nice and long, level sites. Wi-Fi worked well. Verizon was weak, but did work most of the time. There was no shade and it was windy. There were many steer right next to the park; neat to see, but could be a little smelly. This is a super overnight spot. If passing through the area we would stay here again. No discounts of any kind.
Rate is Passport America. Very very friendly staff. A nice over night. Park is older and nothing fancy. Gravel roads and sites, fairly level. A little close. They are putting in 12 new sites. Cable TV with 64 channels. Wifi worked well. We would stay here again
This is the nicest RV Park we ever stayed at, in over 40+ years of RVing. The staff is super. The place is really clean. The clubhouse is SUPER. A super setting. Just a wonderful place. Can't say enough good things about it. The rate is the weekly rate + electric.
Friendly staff. Thats about the only bright spot. Very trashy permanent RV with junk all over. Very low flying aircraft till 12:30AM. There is highway noise and trains. This place is not worth the $18. that was a Passport America rate. It right off I20. But if passing thru here again I would look for anther place.
Rate is coast To Coast. This is 30 site campground with all Pull-Thru sites. Road and sites are paved. They have 100's of acres yet the sites are very close together. They are set up to sell lots for homes or RV's. The road to the park is a secondary road and not the best road for a large RV. We did not have any problems. Its is about 9 miles from Bandera. It is way out in the hills of Hill Country. There is much wildlife. They have access to Lake Medina. At this time the lake is down 25 feet so impossible to lunch a boat. Not the fault of the RV Park. If the sites where spaced further apart and the access road where better this park could be 9. With wifi and cable it could be a 10. It is very quiet and peaceful.
This is a Coast to Coast rate. Friendly staff. Neat and clean. 50 sites are full hook up. Many sites not level. A lot of amenities. No wi-fi, no cable. Sites do need more gravel. Nice and quiet. In a steep valley, TV reception poor. Verizon works just "ok". Verizon air card worked well. Woodall rates this a 5 "w". The condos and cabins may be a 5 "w", but we are rating the RV park. Maybe if we had a level paved site with wi-fi and cable we would rate this higher. Close to Canyon Lake. Two pools and two hot tubs. A very nice area to visit. We would stay here again.
Rate is w/Golden Age Pass. 47 of the sites have water and electric. Friendly staff. Paved roads, grave site. Sites are fairly level. Mostly back in sites, I don't believe there are any pull thru sites. Nice water view sites. 50 to 75 deer in field every night. Lots of room to walk the dogs. Picnic table and grill and fire ring at each site. Most picnic tables under a small roof shelter. Verizon phone and air card worked very well. About 20 miles from large grocery store. Good for fishing and boating. We would stay here again.
The newer sections we would rate a 8. The older sections need upgrading. Wi-Fi only works in some parts. Its $30. a month. They have no cable TV. This park is over 30 years old, way before satellite. We believe the Escapees is the best RV club there is, but this is their home park and it needs some improvement. The great dog run needs grass. We will stay here again.
Friendly staff. Paved roads and sites, some with steep drop offs. Some not too level. Most sites will take a large rig. Only 4 pull throughs. Great big lake. Boating, fishing and water sports are very big here. Needed more paved parking as many people had a extra car and boat trailer. It had rained for 4 days and the few grass areas did get torn up. They are installing a WiFi system. They have installed 11 WiFi towers in the park. I asked when it would be ready and if there would be a charge. I was told soon and not sure if there would be a charge. The rate is for the Golden Age Pass. Many water view or sites that back up to the water. Verizon phones work fair in some parks of the park and not at all in other sections. Our air card worked just "OK". I would rate this park a 9 if they had sewer hook ups and better more level and laid out sites. Although this is one of the best State parks we ever stayed in. About 30 miles from the hospital and from large food stores.
Very friendly staff. 98 out 100 sites are Pull-thru. Small lake for fishing. Very nice laundry, $1. a load. Cable was fair. Wi-Fi didn't work at many sites. There is a casino with a great shuttle from the RV park. We paid $0. for 10 days, very easy to get comped. There is a pool, tennis courts, playground and horseshoes. Nice wide paved roads and sites with paved patio. Each site has a picnic table. There is no shade. Verizon worked well. Our Verizon air card worked extremely well. If the Wi-Fi and cable where better I would rate this a 10.
Very friendly staff. Several small lakes for fishing. No charge for fishing if you camp there. Fishing was fair, very windy the days I fished. The park was full for Mardi Gras. Rate is Passport America, for Sun to Thru, then its $30., but they did give us a Good Sam discount on those days. Wifi is thru Tango and is $5 a day. Verizon phone worked just ok, but our air card worked fairly well. We had a very level paved site. No shade. All but 3 sites are back ins. Most back up to one of the lakes. A little dusty as the roads are gravel. We would stay here again. No cable. Did receive several stations with the antenna.
Rate is for CTC. We only stayed 3 days so we where given a site with only water and 30 amp power. It had rained the day before and our site was very wet and muddy. We where on site 17 and there is very very very little gravel on that and surrounding sites. The back of the park had a lot of gravel and sewer hook up. The odd thing is that they had better sites that where empty. We didn't see these till the following day. But you only get one chance to make a first impression. These sites remained open the time we where there. As mention the road to the park in narrow. We arrived on a Sunday and the turn on the truck route was full of cars half on the road on both sides as there is a church on the corner. It takes very careful maneuvering. The knob on the water connection would not turn on until I tightened the screw. A bunch of little things made for a lower rating. On the plus side, the free wifi worked great. There is a small lake you can fish without a licence. Our Verizon phones worked on and off.
This is a full hook up park with picnic table, grill and garbage can at each site. All sites are back in. As stated in other reviews there are no restrooms, showers etc. All sites are cement pads and there is a wide cement road between the 2 rows of sites. The Gulf side and the back row. The Gulf side is $35.00 plus tax a night, the back row is $25.00 plus tax. There is a super beach across a small 2 lane road. There is not much room in the park to walk pets. You can walk them across the street on the beach. Also they can rum off leash on the beach. There is no staff at the park. There are signs on the sites that tell you to call the listed number. Within 5 minutes a very friendly staff worker shows up and register you. Sign up for a players card and you get $5.00 in free play, no longer $25.00, plus a buy one get one free buffet. It also a mug or tee shirt. The Casino is a real plus. The buffet is super. I would rate this a little higher if they had wifi or some grass between sites. Its mostly sand. It would be nice if they offered some discounts like Escapees or Good Sam, etc. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is CTC, $10.+ $2. for cable, you must pay for the cable. Wi-Fi is $12.00 a week, and worked great and fast. Staff very friendly. Park is neat and clean. Most sites are Pull-thru. They are side by side, so on one side your are very close to your neighbor but on the other side you have a lot of room. The park is on a lake and about 38 miles from the Gulf coast. If your looking for an overnight, its about 10 miles off I-10.
Very nice State Park. We had a back in site, that backed right up to the lake. Site was paved with paved patio and a picnic table and grill. Only negative is sewer is half way up along side of site. If you back all the way to the back of your site you need a very long sewer hose. Nice Beach across street. Park was nearly full, but very quiet. At this time of the year many Snow Birds, not a lot of kids. With nearly 500 sites it could be different in summer. Verizon cell and aircard worked very well. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for C2C. Could be very busy in season. We had to change sites because the first site they assigned to us was under water (3 to 6 inches deep). The next site was dirt and very muddy. They had a lot of rain, several days before, but did little to get off their butts and see what the sites looked like. A park this big should escort you to your site. Many many seasonal sites, but neat, not trashy. This could have been a much better experience if they took time to practice good guess relation.
A nice city park. Paved roads with long level gravel sites. They do not offer any type discount. Friendly staff with nice river views. Many big trees. There is a public swimming pool next to park. Casino across the river (couple miles around to it). We would stay here again.
A no frills RV Park. Gravel roads and level gravel sites. Groceries across the street. Super friendly owners. We had good Wi-Fi, and cable TV, and FHU. All this for $12. with P.A., a great deal. We would stay here again.
Nice small park on the river. Water and electric only, with a dump. Level gravel sites. Gravel interior roads. A super park for $10. Self register. No park host. We backed up to the river. We would stay here again. There are no showers if you need them.
Friendly staff. Roads are gravel in park. Sites are grass and gravel. Nice clean park. Most sites are fairly level. About 1/2 are shaded. Rate is for monthly stay. Many things to do in the area. Beautiful country side. Reservation are suggested in season, especially in fall. Poor Verizon service. We would stay here again.
The staff is friendly. We had a 50 amp site. Sites are gravel and mostly level. Very beautiful county side. Rate is for weekly stay. Roads in park are paved. Many seasonal sites, but kept up well. It is one of the lower priced parks in the area. There are many shaded sites. Verizon service is poor. This is a very busy park and area. In season it would be good to have reservations.
Friendly staff. Many sites are not level front to back. Rate is based on monthly rate, for a grass site. Paved sites are more. Wi-Fi does not work at all sites. Nice pool, and rebuilding the hot tub now. Many things to do in area. Little shade. We would stay here again.
New owners as of April this year. Very friendly staff. They do have Wi-Fi, but only works in or near the office. Our rate was based on the monthly rate, + electric. Daily rate is $35. Sites and roads are gravel. Sites are level side to side, some are not level front to back. Most are pull thru sites. Light shade on most sites. We would stay here again. Not much to do, at the park, if you have kids. Some road noise. About 3 miles off I78.
Rate is based on weekly rate. They are a P.A. park also. Staff is very friendly. We where here for Easter. They had a covered dish dinner and provided the turkey and ham. Very well kept park. Gravel roads and site. Site was level. 1/4 mile off I-75. Very good Wi-Fi. Many trees, but no problem. We where escorted to our site, and they stayed to help us back in. A nice touch. We would stay here again.
Rate is for P.A. Nice park. We had a level grass/sand site. Very nice new rec room. They are putting in a pool. No shade. Friendly staff. Roads in park were paved. Wi-Fi was great. We would rate this park higher if they had paved sites and the pool was in. We would stay here again.
Great COE park. Rate is for Golden Age Passport. Friendly staff. Good interior roads. Our site was a pull thru gravel alongside the lake. Very nice park. Great view. Most sites are shady. Fishing and boating on Lake Hartwell.
COE Park. Rate is with Golden Age Passport. We had a wide gravel site, with W. & E.. There are a few FHU sites. There is a river for fishing. The view is great. The road to the park is a little narrow and windy and about 6-7 miles of PA. 40. Very hilly country. No Verizon cell service. Self register at this time of the year. This park is kind of out of the way, and I would not go here in season without first calling or making a reservation.
Great over night as it is only 1/2 mile off I81. The rate is for Passport America. The sites are thru the dealership. This is a no frills campground. Sites are level dirt. Could be a mess in the rain. Long site so we did not have to unhook. It is a great stop over for us traveling north or south on I81. Friendly office lady. They did not bother us about buying a new RV. Be great if you needed work on your RV, but can't tell you about the service.
Rate was for Passport America. Windy narrow going to park. About 5-6 miles off I-81. Charged $4.00 a night for cable. Nice view of mountains. Peaceful at this time of year. Only 3 or 4 other campers here. Could be busy in season. We where here 1st week of April. Staff was friendly. We where in the upper area in the open, few trees. There are many wooded sites. Sites are gravel. Ours was not level. With the park being this empty you would think they would put you on one of their better sites.
This is a very nice park. We had a pull thru site on a cement pad. Wifi did not work at our site, the only negative. The park is about 3 miles off I75. Easy in and out. $13.50 with Passport America. This is a resort park.
This is a no frills campground. We where there for 5 nights and the only transient except for one night. There are about 15 old permanent trailers. Most are in fair condition. Most are kept OK. The owner and host are very very friendly. The sites are big for a private park. Long and level pull throughs. The park is very clean and well kept. Great fishing about 2 miles away. Some road noise. We stayed here with Passport America. Our rate was $14. for 50 amp. The sand gnats or no-see-ums were very bad. If this park had amenities like WiFi, a pool, etc, we would rate it a 8 or 9.
Very nice park. Would give it a 10 if we had a sewer site and the sites were paved. We had water and 50 amp electric, and cable TV. We had a very very long pull thru site with trees separating us from our neighbors. The sites and roads are packed sand. The staff was very friendly. We could not get the wifi at our site, #86. We where here over Labor Day and the park was full, but still very quite. The next day we had 6 empty sites on each side, no one in front of us and woods behind us. Convenient to I95. Their is a small lake with a beach. Also a river with a fishing pier and boat launch. They also sell bait. They do have a small laundry, with 2 or 3 washes and dryers. Close to the beaches at Jeykll and St. Simons islands.
We had a full hookup site with 50 amps. It was one of the better sites, as we backed up to the river. Our site was all dirt. If it rained we would have had all mud. Very little gravel on our site. The site was level. Many of the site are very very close, looked like a storage area. If we would have had one of these we would have asked for another if available, or left. We stayed here as CDC members and at $10. a night with full hook up and back up to the river we felt like it was worth it.
Overall a nice park. They have 2 pools and a "Lazy River", float tubs provided. When we where here it was maybe 1/10 occupied. Could be cowered if full. We had the pool to ourself. We stayed here as CDC members. They only had 2 washers and dryers. As full time Revers we do us the parks laundry and found we had to wait for an empty washer, and this is with the park almost empty. So far for us this is the best park we stayed at in the CDC system.
Very long back in sites. Some pull-thru sites. Would rate this a 9 or 10 if sites had sewer connection and paved pads. Overall a very nice campground. We had a site that backed up to the water. Site was level. Very clean campground. Staff very friendly. We use our Golden Age Passport and paid $10.00 per night. we stayed for 7 nights. About 1/2 the sites can be reserved. We stayed here in a 5th wheel.