The park itself is very nice. The biggest problem with the park is the cost. It is $33 a night but there is an $8 reservation fee. If you are a non-resident of Michigan there is an $8 A NIGHT fee for your RV (or you can buy an annual sticker for $29) and a flat $6 fee for your tow car. I paid $43 before I even got into the park! Plus you pay the $33 a night for full hookup sites. With all the fees we paid $43.75 a night. For that price I could have gone down the street! Why so much for non-residents? Residents pay $10 a year. Since most of the people here were from Michigan shouldn't they be paying the bulk of the price? We will never again stay at a Michigan State Park because of the high fees.
All hookups worked fine and there was good phone service. Sites are close but when used as a base for sight seeing it is not a problem. The biggest issue here is the train noise. The tracks are close to the campground and the trains run all night. The train horn noise is loud. Would be a 9 if not for the trains.
Great park to use as a base to explore Savanna and Beaufort. The owners were very nice and escort you to your site. This is helpful as some of the sites are not in normal locations. The cable TV was good as was the WiFi. We would stay here again if in the area. Rate is Passport America.
This is a very nice campground for exploring the Macon area. It is located close to the Interstate but there is no road noise. We spent two very quiet nights here. Not much for kids to do but a great overnight stay. We will stay here again if in the area. Rate is Passport America Rate.
Nice campground with sites right on the creek. Staff were very helpful and nice. No TV reception but were able to use satellite. Verizon air card got a very weak signal as did our phones. Bring what you need and fill up with fuel before you get here as the services in the area are very limited and expensive. Great place to use as a base to explore Crater Lake.
We enjoyed this campground very much. We used it as a base to explore the Shasta area. Very friendly staff and the grounds were well maintained. The only negative was that the laundry room dryers were not working while we were there. We would stay here again.
Sites are very close together, and park is mostly concrete. It would be very hot in the summer as there are no trees for shade. Wi-Fi is available but not free. Our site had no cable, but we were able to get a few of the local channels. OK for an overnight stay but not for a long visit.
This park is fine for an overnight stay. It is mostly seasonal or permanents but is well maintained. Sites are close together but it is a quiet campground. It is close to CA99, but there is not a lot of road noise.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are gravel and surrounded by mature trees. The grass and plants are well maintained. It is obvious that the owners are proud of their campground. The wifi did not reach to our site, which was in the back of the park but we were told that by next year the entire park will be covered. There is a train track behind the park but the noise did not reach us. We would absolutely recommend this park and would stay here again if in the area.
Very nice park. It is a newer park so the trees have some growing to do. It is well maintained. We were in the back of the park and WiFi worked great. Good base for visiting the local ghost towns. Conveniently located off the highway but little or no road noise. Price reflects a weeks stay. We checked out the other campgrounds in town and for the money you get the best deal at Countryside. We would absolutely stay here again.
Park was well maintained and staff is nice. Laundry/showers/lounge was really nice. The sites are side by side (one rig points one way, the next points the other) as the hookups are on every other side. We stayed 3 nights on Passport America. Local towns are quaint. Beautiful views of the Tetons. Right off the main road but quiet. We would stop here again.
Very nice campground. Office staff are very nice. Campground is located on the edge of town. Laundry room is very clean and reasonably priced. There are a number of overnight people stopping on the way to Yellowstone. You really should spend a couple of days in Cody to visit the Buffalo Bill Museum and attend the Dan Miller Cowboy Music review (summer only). We stayed a week and would stay again.
There is a $2 a night charge for cable but it did have a number of channels. We stayed at the PA rate. Campground was conveniently located close to town and as a base for Devils Tower. The office staff was very nice and helpful. Deer sometimes were visible in the hills behind. We stayed here 2 nights and would visit again. Pool was closed as it was after the season.
Pool was emptied due to dirt from wind. The trees were small and did not block the winds. Roads are gravel and sites are pretty level. Office staff is helpful and nice. Campground is outside all area attractions. Next time we will probably stay closer in. Rate reflects a weekly rate with Passport America.
Very nice campground. Well maintained roads and sites. They are gravel but are level. Nice shade trees. Due to weather we didn't use the pool. Central campground for the Sioux Falls/Mitchell area. Very friendly owners. Roomy pull throughs with fire rings. Only downside is number of flies from neighboring ranch. We would stay here again.
Park is behind the hotel. The concrete pads are the best sites. They are level once you are on the site. Some sites have steep incline to access. The other part of the park is gravel. The pool is closed. There are a few restaurants within walking distance. We would use this park for an overnight stop again.
Good place to stop for the night. Good interior roads and nice size sites. Office staff was very nice and helpful. We were not able to explore the park much as it started pouring down rain when we arrived. We would stay here again.