Big Rigs - The sites are long enough to get into but out is tight. There are so many trees at the edge of the sites, that the branches scraped our rig and making the turn at the end of our row was another problem with a tree. Our 43 footer had to cut through an empty site at the end of Dune row to make the turn. While exiting, our rooftop antenna hit low hanging overhead electric wires and going left onto Rte. 6 took patience. One big plus for this campground is that it is right on the bike trail. Sites are sandy so it was messy in the rain. There are not a lot of good big rig campgrounds on the Cape so this one is an obvious choice and it is in a good location. The office staff is very nice.
Big Rigs - don't take a pull through unless you must have shade. They are a bit tight and small. There are newer sites in section I that are much larger, grassy and are in the open so you can use your satellite. Even though they are back in, our 43 ft had no problem. They are putting in cable TV, but no pool. They have a gorgeous lake and the majority of sites are among tall tress. We would stay here again.
Half the campground had grass sites and the other half was blacktop. Ask for 500 or 600 areas for grass. Nice long sites for big rigs but the trees were low and we couldn't avoid brushing them as we pulled out of our site. Use the phone on the building to call for a ride to the metro link that takes you to the Arch, baseball stadium and much more. Very convenient. You can walk to the Casino, so we had dinner there. There was a Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner buffet there too. Getting into the park is confusing: call the campground for directions. We would definitely stay here again.
Although the people running this campground are REALLY nice and the location between Bryce and Zion is really perfect, this campground isn't great. The sties are REALLY TIGHT, not level and they pack them in. It's right in the middle of this little, quaint town and you can walk 100 yards to the post office. We would stay here again for the convenience to the Nat'l Parks, but I wouldn't spend much time at the campground.
This is a convenient overnight stay and easy on and off I-70. There is even an RV Wash right by the Petro station at the end of the campground road. There are 2 rows that have 50 amp sites and the ones in the outside row are much wider. Our site was long enough but so narrow that the camper next to us was forced to have his water hose under our picnic table. The sites are fairly level. We were between 2 long term campers who knew each other, so it was not a great camping experience for us. We would stay again, but just for an overnight along the way.
The new owners are doing a great job and want their campers to be happy: they are working so hard! The sites are level and ours was plenty long for our 40 ft motorhome, although it was a bit narrow. This is easy on & off Rt 70 so it is convenient for an overnight stay. They make pizza right inside the main building and it looked great! The campground is right by the train tracks so you could hear them when they passed through, but it was fun to watch. There is a great little BBQ place right next door so you don't have to leave the campground if you are just there for an overnight. It's about 30 miles to Denver which was convenient. We would stay here again.
This park has 2 different parts - the older section and the newer section where the lots can be purchased. We stayed in the newer side and paid more for it but it was worth it! The sites are HUGE! The are all paved concrete and ours went up to a little man made pond. They keep the park in great shape and the campers were mainly Jeepers and ATV owners. The bathroom in the new side was AMAZING!! Nice little pool and hot tub. Try to get a pull in site in the middle row of the new section. They seem a little bigger than the rows on either side and the views are spectacular. We loved it and would stay again.
BEWARE OF THE NEW OWNER. We had read the great reviews for this park so we stopped for an overnight on our way east. We were the ONLY people there when we pulled in and the office wasn't open so we went into choose a site. The new owner was walking from her rig and she asked what we needed.I said water and electric only since we were leaving early the next day. She said the full hook up sites were longer. I asked the difference in price and the full hook up was $7 more. I could tell the site we had chosen was long enough so I said we would take the W/E site. She then snarled "well if you stick out you'll have to unhook". We were the ONLY people there! I told her we would unhook if that was the case. Then when we plugged in our voltage protector it said that the 30 amp plug had high voltage. We checked several sites and they all read that way. We told the owner and she said she had heard that but the 50 amps were fine. So we moved to a FHU 50 amp. That one and all the ones we checked also read high voltage. We weren't going to take the chance of frying the rig so we decided we would stay but not hook up. When we asked for the tent rate, she said we would have to move to a tent site. We were the only people there! She argued that she couldn't let us stay in our FHU site and not charge us FHU rate. She was very RUDE and customer service was her very last concern. Her only worry was how much money we would pay. Be careful of the electric in this park!!
I am writing this in May of 2009 even though I stayed here in September of 2008 because I am still battling with Stink Bugs that got into my rig from this campground. We had just purchased our new motorhome that day and went immediately to Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Hagerstown. Our rig was instantly covered with THOUSANDS of these bugs. They got into everything. The outside of our RV was SOLID with them - it was disgusting. It is 8 months later and we still have them. Now we only kill about 100 on any given weekend. They have gotten into our house and the car that we tow. When we alerted the campground, they didn't care. They just handed us a brochure about the bugs. We wrote to corporate headquarters and they didn't care either. We will NEVER stay at another Yogi Bear's Jellystone. CAMPERS BEWARE!
This is our campground of choice for a quick weekend away. EASY access from route 78, sites are big, level and lots of pull throughs. BIG RIG friendly! Because they don't have many activities they don't seem to fill up and we can always get in last minute. It's always been nice and quiet. Good little diner close by but that's about it for close by things to do. Like I said, easy weekend away. A little pricey for the lack of activities - that's why it gets a 9 instead of 10.
We had a pull through site on a flat area of grass which worked well. The back to back hook-ups means you are set up facing your neighbors front door like you are sharing a site with them. Weird! Many seasonals but well maintained. Not the friendliest campground but it worked for our needs. Big rigs with slides should try to get into the Sparrow row - easiest maneuvering.
We have a 38' Fifth Wheel with 3 slide outs. We told the campground this info when making our reservations and requested a pull through site but none were available. They put us in what they promised was a large easy back-in site. We arrived after dark in the rain. This campground is beautifully treed and very hilly with large boulders scattered about. To get to our site we had to go up to the top of a hill, make a severe 180 degree turn, all the while trying to miss the trees and boulders in order to make our way onto the road where our site was. On the way down the steep hill, we discovered our site. Boulders, trees, other RVs made it impossible to back into our site - in the dark in the rain. Keep in mind we had to back up UP HILL - pushing 15,000 lbs of trailer - to try to get into this site. Our truck started to spit transmission fluid to the point our transmission failed. NIGHTMARE! If you have a large trailer or 5th - get a pull through at this campground!