Price includes discount. Sites are gravel. CG is quiet. Hostess very pleasant. We had a pull through. Only stayed one night. View from front of coach is a local small city park. Park is a great place for those with dogs. Only negative was small sites.
New price is $35 + 8% tax. Pretty pricey for a bare bones campground (CG). Sites big, graveled, long, generally level. North sites you have to get into by driving through the south sites unless you know when you come in to turn right and go on the other perimeter road. You are on a hill with views over the valley; no trees and good satellite reception. CG is quiet, but watch out for wind; may want to keep your small awnings closed. Five bars for AT&T 4G cell phone. CG about 15 minutes from Gillete.
Used Passport America for the $16.65 rate. Nice park. Good 50 amp service, concrete pad, had a back in site. Pleasant staff. Close to I-12. Wonderful for a one night stay while traveling from one place to another. Roads somewhat narrow, so hook up when leaving in the morning out beyond the office or you will block traffic flow. Had a great view of the lake even though we did not have a lake side lot. Not too many folks in the park at this time of the year.
$20 per night was with Passport America. Wonderful easy on and easy off to I-10. We have stayed here before. Sign in at gas station. We stay in sites 1-8 (all grass) because they have open view for satellite TV. 50 amp good, also have water and sewer and although near I-10 not much highway noise. Not a destination park but a great stop on the way from one place to another.
Passport America rate is $18 + 7% sales tax. Campground is run down. However, campground is out in woods and quiet. It is close to Maine coast for sightseeing and shopping. Manager pleasant. Rating of 5 due to run down state. About 1/2 mile drive in on dirt bumpy road. We stayed a week. Would stay here again for price and convenience.
We attended a rally here. Cost per night was due to us staying at the rally rate. Stayed here 8 nights. Sites short but a few will hold 45 foot coaches with some maneuvering. Only problem was exit gate. Up/down arm was hit by someone. Be careful when you exit with your RV. Area quiet. Bugs a pest a dusk. Great base to visit NY city and surrounding area. West Point tour a must.
RV area just a cleaned out gravel circle with tall trees all around. Most of park is full of mobile homes. Management pleasant. Had full hookups. Site slightly slanted. Quiet area. Closest campground to New Haven so worth the price if you need to go to New Haven.
I had a rally here. Some of our coaches were 45 feet. We all parked on the grass and had 50 amp hookups with water. There is a dump on the fairgrounds. Area wonderful for site seeing and Nittany Inn super for dinner. Management and maintenance very helpful and cooperative. We stayed 3 nights.
Fabulous park. I had a rally here. Managers wonderful, facilities clean and neat. We used the club house for several get-to-gethers. Club house has kitchen area. They recommended and we ate at Mrs. Raber's Home Cooking nearby. Perfect campground to tour local Amish area. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed the campground amenities and the local attractions. If you are thinking of running a rally, this is the place for you.
We stayed at Deer Run campground. It was quiet, but needs some TLC or rating would be higher. The mowers cut the grass & any debris. I have picked up pieces of candy wrappers, paper plates, napkins, plastic spoon, duct tape, soda cans, etc. Tables need new wood. Fire/grill areas need weed eating. The is a lake at Hickory Point campground. Water is available at Deer Run but it's far away. A 75 ft of hos was not enough requiring a move of the RV to get close & fill up with water. Would stay here again as we need to go to Springfield occasionally. Stayed in loop A, site 12, 50 amp good, walk in site.
Quiet park. Would rank higher except this CG needs some TLC. Tables need new wood. Each site needs debris to be picked up. Need to weed eat around grill fire pit areas. They run the lawn mowers but don't pick up debris. Picked up at our site: pieces of candy wrappers, napkins, paper plate, a plastic spoon, plastic tie wraps, bottle caps. Also trees need to be trimmed up higher. Access to water over at other campground (Hickory Point). Would stay here again as we need to visit Springfield occasionally. Stayed in loop A (walk in).
Has concrete pads, 50 amp at site, water nearby. You fill up with water then disconnect. Convenient dump on way out of CG. Train track on north edge but with ACs on didn't hear train noise. We were there during week days so no noise or crowds. We received $1 off per night for senior discount and did not stay on water. 14 day maximum stay. Great place to stay.
CG is free for 4 nights. There are 8 sites in CG & many more in the community center field south of the CG. Quiet, pleasant, no road noise. CG has 30 amp & water with a dump on site. Community center field has 50 amp and water sites. There is a donation box in the CG. Thank you Littlefield for your generous and kind offer to spend the night. We thoroughly enjoyed your CG & your city.
We stayed a week and the fee was $190. Lots of workers because of building around Houston. Workers were quiet. CG manager was very kind & pleasant. She keeps open some sites (gravel FHU pull-throughs) for travelers. This was much appreciated. CG near I-10, but noise acceptable. We will stay here again when we visit family.
LA no longer honors Golden Age/Senior Pass. Our fee was $16 for the W/E site and $6 "reservation fee." We were a walk in and they still charged us the $6 reservation fee. The CG is nice but no extra amenities and not worth $22 a night. We will not stay another night here or in any other LA state park.
CG about 6 to 8 miles east of center of Gallup. Great place to stay while looking for Indian jewelery, blankets, pottery, etc. We stayed here when not much was going on. So CG was quiet and we had plenty of room. Site 100/101 flat, paved` and open so we could use satellite. Strong Verizon broadband. Only negative is lots of dirt in CG, not much grass. We always stay here when we come to Gallup: best price and very convenient to town. We will stay here again. Make sure you pay at the Museum Office NOT at the post office which is in the CG.
This is a very nice RV park although most sites are not concrete. Close to downtown (1-2 miles). Blazing fast Wi-Fi (but don't do movies). Super good staff. Excellent location for getting to off-road activities, Arches NP, Canyonland and other recreational locations. Would definitely return for another stay.
Use campground instructions for finding it, GPS thinks there's a road directly in from US-191 which doesn't go through. Rate is Passport America at $17.50+$1(A/C)+tax. For the Moab area, the PA rate makes this a great place to stay if you have toad or an RV you use for transportation (eg. Class B or small Class C). It's a bit dusty but if your site is on east side of front section you'll be off the main road coming in and have less dust plus probably have some morning shade. Good southern sky for DirecTV in most sites. Pleasant and helpful staff. We would definitely stay there again.
We stayed here for 5 days with a rally comprising 35 to 40 large Class-A coaches and was impressed. It was quiet, excellent facilities and the owners were incredibly friendly and helpful. Their sign says the campground is for the older kids and this no doubt contributes to it being so quiet. We would go here again in a heartbeat when revisiting the Wisconsin Dells area.
We were on a point A to point B trip and stopped here because it was Passport America. It was hot, and we pulled in around 1pm. A train went by shortly after and blew its whistle. Loud but not long. It happened 3 more times before we left the next morning, but it wasn't a problem (we have little fans which drown out most outside noise, and we are used to RVing). When you come in, turn left before you pass in front of the Comfort Inn, go in and register (it's not a problem if you overshoot). You'll probably get to pick what site you like best. The 50 amp sites are scattered through the campground loop. Look for 50 something marks on the shore power boxes, or even open them to see what they have if not marked if you need 50 amp. At $16.50 a night, it's a good place to stay unless you are looking for a destination campground with lots of amenities. We will definitely stay there again.
We were running a rolling rally with 6 coaches which stopped here for 2 nights. We'd reserved the sites several months earlier and they gave us pull-through sites, all together. The electricity was very good (it was hot and two A/Cs ran well). This is a convenient CG to stop at and see the area. It is not a destination campground but nice (check out the local restaurants). You shouldn't have a problem with getting satellite TV if you are in one of the pull-through sites. Oh yes, we would stay here again.
While this is not a destination campground, it is excellent. We ran a rally (focused on Frank Lloyd Wright homes) with 9 coaches. There are few 50 amp sites and they couldn't have been more helpful getting us "old folks" into sites where they could run 2 AC's when it was hot, and it was hot because of a very hot "high" coming through. We cannot say enough positive things about the staff. They were just absolutely perfect in handling us. The manager even came out and trimmed a branch which was sticking into our driver's side window. This is a great place to go if you want to be treated well. Not far away, Ohiopyle (really small town), has tourist stuff. Take your toad and visit, eat and tour the very unusual places this area has to offer.
We stopped here one night because they had Wi-Fi included in price of site. The area was neat and clean. Families use this a lot in summer. We had a back-in water and electric site with lots of shade from very tall trees. Very pleasant. Only reason an 8 instead of higher is cost. Would recommend this as a good one night stop on way to somewhere else. We had 30 amp but not real strong. Only 1 pull through site. Some manoeuvrings needed but big rig friendly.
If you have to go to Toronto, this is the place to stay. A gem in a city setting. We went to visit family. This stay was so pleasant because you are out in the woods but still close to the city. It was quiet, full of trees, grass, plants in bloom. Sites were grass. We had a back in. Be careful of entrance turn into and out of campground as lots of cars come down the main road. Big rig friendly.
We only stayed one night and in off season. Very quiet but nothing special about park. Probably a zoo in season as has a playground and across the street is a child's wonderland type park. We had a gravel pull through site and good electricity. Friendly manager. Big rig friendly.
Used our Passport America 50% off. We were out on a peninsula with grassy sites, no trees and some low bushes along the edge of the campground. Sites on water had 15 amp only. We chose a 15/30 amp fairly level site in the middle of the campground. Electricity weak. Owners/managers friendly but little English. Stay was pleasant and quiet. Big rig friendly. Only rated a 7 due to weakness of electric hookup.
Only a few sites big enough for large rigs. Several gravel sites but most grass with no trees. If you have a heavy rig, be sure and test ground. We stayed on a gravel site. We are Passport America and got 50% off our 2 nights. Very friendly and helpful manager. Beautiful views of Perce Rock from campground, which is on a peninsula. Great place to stay while sightseeing in Perce.
Mom and Pop campground with very friendly Mom and Pop. We are Passport America so half price rate. We had to stay on one of the upland sites because the trees were too low on the road for us to use the waterfront sites. Many sites are full of seasonals. However, very friendly campground and very quiet. Lots of birds singing, grass and trees. Take road into campground slow and easy. Big rigs can easily stay on the upland grassy sites.
We are Passport America so have half price on camping. Present Nova Scotia tax 13% going to 15% July 1, 2010. All the workers are very friendly. Campground clean, neat, quiet. Most folks who are staying here are older couples or families. Some seasonals but they have their own area. Big rig friendly. Be sure and look under rock for sewer connection. We had 30 amp service which was good for Canada. We stayed 3 weeks.
BJ's is not a destination park, meaning it is free of extras like a swimming pool and playground, basically a gravel area with EWS sites, some with small rock/desert plant gardens. It was perfect for us to see Big Bend NP and didn't want to pay $29-30/night on the tight concessionaire parking lot at Del Rio Village. It is well positioned to check out the area from Presidio to the southern tip of Big Bend and roads (some gravel) in between. Based on a previous review we checked the 30 amp electricity (120 w/o load, 116 w/20 amp load) and water (50 psi) and were quite satisfied. There were 8 or 9 other rigs there and we didn't need A/C. We would definitely stay there again.
Rustic motif describes the look, and mostly permanent residences describes the tenants (all very friendly). This is the only RV park site we've stayed in which had a covered/sheltered (rustic) picnic table. Easy to park in and leave with a 36' MH towing an SUV. We were in the space next to the bathrooms and showers. The food in the "authentic" Mexican restaurant (Maria's) was outstanding not to mention close (on the other side of the bathroom/showers building from us). The owners were very helpful and friendly. The rate shown is Passport America (good for two days) and is the reason we found and chose it. The area has small town attractions and apparently hosts elk hunters during the season. The drive east on Hwy 153 to Puffer Lake which is 22 mi from Beaver (elev 6000') is pleasant, winding and worth the trip up over 10,000'. A small Flying-J at the north exit off I-15 and another small truck stop just south of it on the way in. There's a good vet across from the KOA in the north end of town. You might want to ask about a weekly rate if you wanted to go somewhere to hide and relax for a week.
First: the $27 rate is based on a $189/wk rate for an electric and water site only, no sewer hookup. We stayed 2 weeks (didn't need to dump because we have 75 gal gray and 75 gal black water tanks and used their showers). We were here to attend a conference in Sandy and to do research in Salt Lake City. We were right next to the office to the west (site 31). This site has the trash containers about 4' from your RV, no room for a picnic table on the east, yes on the west if you point your front to the south. We found the facilities quite clean and well kept. The employees were very helpful whenever needed. Previous comments about many permanent residents apply, many but never a problem. The sites are narrow and not easy to park in but with a little experience and diligence, it can be done. The drive to SLC in the morning is a trial (8-9am). Coming back in the evening (3:30-4:30pm) is a little better. If there are two of you in your vehicle, you can use the HOV lane. Takes some work to move 4 lanes or so over to get in it, but it makes the rest of the drive much faster. The reason for a 7 rating is narrow sites and the drive to SLC. Could be a 9 or 10 otherwise.
We are Passport America. We came in expecting a $15 rate. They asked if we were 50 amp wired, we were and said so. They added $5 because they don't allow adapters down to 30 amp. It was well kept, clean, lots of permanent residents but not junkie. A number of dogs but under control (leashes). Not bad, but not a destination campground unless your activities will be elsewhere in or around Casper.
We are Passport America. Very easy to get to from US-20 (you can see it before you turn off the highway). An ALCO and IGA just across the street. A very nice couple runs it trying to make the campground better, they just added some 50 amp sites which are pull-through, more or less. Good for an overnight stay. We are self-contained so do not know anything about the toilets, etc. There were a very few permanent residents. A half dozen RV's stayed the night we were there.
This used to be a 10/10/10 Trailer Life rated resort until the rating requirements changed enough to make restrooms/showers closer to every camp site. We have stayed here for a number of RV rallies, two of which we have put on. We now own both a house and lot in this resort. It's not cheap but you get a lot for your money; fitness center, swimming pool, on campus post office, bank, church, restaurants, beauty shop, golf course, nature trails, fishing, shuffle board courts, rally facilities, dog park, wilderness with deer, turkeys and alligators, free Thursday night movies, RV service and supplies store, and much more. It is adult oriented though grandchildren are occasionally seen.
Class RV park. Well run and clean. It is not manicured but few should have a problem with the way it is kept. It is next to "New Town" where there are shops and weekend gatherings of classic cars or Corvettes if you are there during the winter. Call to see what is going on if you are interested. Disney World, Epcot, Sea World and many other parks are within easy driving distance. Traffic can be difficult at times anywhere in the Orlando area, especially during the winter, but this is normal in Florida anywhere you go which isn't in the sticks.
We have stayed here for several years to visit friends and relatives. It is a bit expensive for a place to stay (no rate breaks for off-season), a little tight for large rigs and has a number of seasonals. On the other hand, it is pleasant and within walking distance of downtown York Beach. Good food, seashore views and shops abound. If you like the ambiance of tourist coastal Maine, it is for you. Traffic is routed differently depending on the season but don't let this worry you unless you can't stand congestion during the holidays. The owners live on site and have been quite accommodating.