This is a fabulous secret! Only found this park because of the website www.uscampgrounds.info. Beautiful setting, very pleasant people, easy in and easy out. If you are coming from I-57, use the truck route to get to the park as the railway crossing is easier than going down Broadway. From interstate go down Broadway then take a left on Grand turn right on 9th street follow to Corinth which is past the railway tracks then turn left on Peterson. Some of the branches of the trees on Peterson are a little low so beware. Great spot to stop for north and south travelers.
We had the Escapee rate. We asked for a satellite friendly site when we booked for three nights. When we arrived the site we were to be on was not satellite friendly so we were moved to one that was but it was wet and the sewer ended up backing up. The man who came to help did not have equipment available to help.The barn dance on Saturday with Geno Delafose was a blast and a bonus!! We would park here again if we were in the area.
This is the first time we have ever stayed at a resort style park and it was a wonderful experience. I am a quilter and what I was able to do with the group paid for the trip on its own. The swimming pools are fabulous as are the hot tubs. The park is very bicycle friendly. There is so much going on that it would take more than a month being here to figure it all out. Would certainly consider coming back here. Terrific experience. The electric is extra and the WiFi is free and fabulous. The best WiFi we have ever had and that is important to us as Canadians for staying in touch with family. The owner of this park and his employees need to be congratulated on getting the RV experience totally right here!! Recognizing some of the discount clubs might be a plan for even a couple of days of stays over a week. Just a thought!! Our rate was was the per diem of the 28 day month of February.
This manufactured home park is central to everything in the Mesa and Phoenix area in our opinion. This is our third time here. Last time was three years ago. There are many many more sites available to RVers because of the aging population here. Many of the mobiles have been dismantled and as a result the sites are huge!! The people are very friendly. The two swimming pools are well maintained as is the very large hot tub. The roads are very wide and are asphalt. This is a very easy park to negotiate to the sites. Just check the site before you drive in as there may be some left over metal from the previous home but the park has tried to clean the sites up. Water, sewer, and electric are included. The price reflects the monthly rate divided by 30. The nightly rate is around $30 a night. This is the best deal that we have found in the area and will come back whenever we are in Arizona.
This park is a gravel parking lot away from the interstate by 5 miles. Tried it because of the previous reviews. We made a 10 dollar donation and would have given more except the WiFi was as slow as dial up and kept timing out. Safe clean location. I took a point off because of the slow WiFi. There is no resort atmosphere, but I don't take points from my reviews because of amenities that I don't need not being available. The couple at the "office" were friendly. I am not sure I would come this far off the interstate again but you never know.
I rated this park excellent because it is easy on and easy off the I-10 coming from east to west. This park is at exit 212 from the interstate. Just go under the interstate and it is on the right. The signs aren't great and the office is not great. The rate is the Passport America. It was a safe clean overnight on a gravel pull thru with saguaro cactus and some leafless trees. Usually full hookups, but four days of freezing temperatures did the water system in. Beautiful views of the desert and the mountains. I wear ear plugs so did not hear any highway noise. Would definitely would stop here again even though there is no WiFi and no cable. One of the prettiest views and not just a gravel parking lot.
This is a clean park easy to get to. The sites are just fine and well designed. The laundry and the showers and bathrooms are clean but absolutely ancient. Someone said they were the absolute best they had ever seen. Hmm... not sure where they have been RVing. Found the price high for the quality of park. Have stayed in much higher end parks for less money but it is easy to get to from the Natchez Trace and the front desk person was very friendly. Would stay here again if I had to, but it would not be my first choice.
This was a very pleasant park with awesome owners. No laundry so 9/10. The park is older but everything is clean. They take Passport America and a discount for longer stays. The rate is the average we paid per night for a ten night stay. Easy off the interstate and close to Diamond Caverns and Mammoth Caverns. Better looking than some of the other RV parks in the area and definitely better rates. Would camp here again.
This was a very convenient place to stop over and visit Springfield Illinois. Easy access to all the sights and a good rate. Yes, it is a paved parking lot with water, electric and dump was available. But, in early spring when it is raining - it beats being where it gets muddy quickly. Would stay here again
Good Sam rate. Roads in the park need attention. There are a number of permanents in the park, but the rigs seem to be in good condition. This park is just off Hwy 69 about 7 miles south of Louisburg. There are virtually no campgrounds listed for the Kansas City area so, this is where we chose to stay. Not a bad commute for two nights and days to Kansas City Kansas to visit relatives.
This campground looks a little tired, but it is early spring. The staff were very friendly, and when there was no water at our site, they offered us a free cave tour and then had the water fixed. We had a w/e pull through site. I would come here again. It is a big hill up and back from the town of Hannibal. Mark Twain stuff very interesting, and the cave was neat. They are not a Good Sam park but they are AAA but they do not ask you if you have a discount card of any kind which was disappointing. We realized they were AAA after the fact.The roads in the campground could use some attention. The setting I am sure is beautiful when the foliage is out.
Older smaller park with very friendly staff and residents. Some full-timers, some seasonal and some short term. Wi-Fi is slow but free. Swimming pool was always 85 which was great. If you don't like wind, don't come to the valley. We tolerate the wind because we like the proximity to Progresso Mexico. Our rate reflects a first timer monthly rate. Would come here again
This was a really nice spot to stay on our way north to Oklahoma City. The rate was actually free as they had a promotion on which we took advantage of. We had dinner in the casino which was a treat. The reason for the 9 was that the Wi-Fi was breathtakingly slow and kicked us off so often I finally gave up on it. Would stay here again if in the area.
This park is peaceful and clean. Our back window looked out on the lake and we had a terrific view of the sunrises and sunsets. It is convenient to Lafayette and Breaux Bridge for Mardi Gras and they did not jack up their rates for the time period. The people are friendly and helpful for attractions in the are. We stayed here two weeks and would come back for sure. If you fish the ponds are all stocked. The weather was really good too!!
This park is used mainly by students and workers. It is clean and maintained. Our rate was the Habitat for Humanity rate as we were here for a build in the area. Apparently the regular rate is 25 a night. We would not stay here at that rate as it is right beside the railway tracks and the trains are often and there is nothing special about this park.
Our friends stayed here after we found the facility. The people are very friendly--the whole park comes out meet you or help you. The concrete pads are in excellent condition and whoever designed this park did an amazing job as the sites all look as though you could just line up and back in. The owners are working hard to develop a beautiful park. It is a bit out in the country from I-10 but worth the trip. We will stay here the next time we are in the are. Our friends really liked it too.
This park is in the Escapee system. It is very well cared for and all the buildings except one on the site are well maintained. There is one home that is a total eyesore to the whole place. The laundry was 75 cents per load. Not quite sure how they can still offer laundry at that low a price but I will take it. The sites are large and all the property is well maintained. Only Tengo Wi-Fi glad I bought a MiFi. Great spot if you want to explore the Gulf Shores without being at the beach, Pensacola, Fairhope and Mobile is only 45 minutes away. Lots of good food in the area. Especially Lambert's Cafe in Foley which is a must do. The rate is the Escapee rate then plus electric and if it is cold, propane.
There is no lake! It is a dried up pond. This park is dated but clean. The owners are very friendly and available. The laundry room needs to be spruced up a bit. They do have good washers and driers but they charge $2.50 a load for washing and drying. They claim this is the going rate but in traveling since 2009 we have not paid that high a rate except in the Yukon and Alaska. We paid a dollar a load in the next park we went to! This park is 30 minutes to Panama Beach. I would be inclined to go to a park down there if I wanted the beach. This was OK as a stopover to meet up with friends but not likely I would come here again. They do have an amazing snowbird rate if you want a quiet park for the winter and pay extra for electric which seems to be the standard. But would you want to be that far north in Florida for the whole winter?
This park only gets an 8 because of other parks we have been to. If you are over 55 you get the 18 rate. This park has a dump station that is easy in easy out. The sites are huge, walking is great and it is a very quiet park. Perfect for some down time. Easy to travel to the Manatee Viewing Center, Lipizzaner Stallion winter quarters, Ringling Museum in Sarasota and Siesta Key. Loved our stay here and would go again especially if I had a MIFI for internet. Have to have my email!
This park claiming waterfront on a lake would be a major stretch: dirty pond yes. There are many derelict units throughout the park along with many permanents. The stafff claimed the pool was 85 degrees, and that too, was a stretch. We forgot to remove our water splitter and filter when we left. When we called, they said they would check, but called back to tell us they were not there! That was about four hours after we left. The park was convenient to visit Homosassa State Park and a few other places, but I would not come here again unless they made drastic improvements, especially to the derelict units. If you are going to have permanent (campers) in a park, keep the transients separate, or improve the look of the permanent spaces. Hoarders are not a good view for transient RV'ers!
This park was like going to a mini resort. Tengo internet is the downside. We were parked near McDonald's so I was able to pick up there WiFi. Pool was great people were friendly and it is a walkable park and large enough to get good exercise. We stayed here prior to flying out for Christmas and then came back after Christmas for another 2 days. Above rate is PA which is honored until Dec 31. Which was super. Easy access to all kinds of amenities and sites to visit. Also right next to Bates RV and about 5 miles from Lazy Days and Camping World is moving to just down the road on the other side of I-4.
The rate is the Escapee rate without factoring in electric and propane that one uses. No Wi-Fi is an issue for me so likely would only go back to this park if I had a Mi-Fi. No cell phone service was also an issue. The park is very tired looking and needs some updating. The managers were very friendly and we had a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner there.
This park cannot be given higher because we have been at some amazing parks. I used a Wi-Fi booster to get the signal. The beach is a very walkable beach and that was a huge plus. We would go back if in the area.
I gave this park a 9 rating because we were in one of the five roadside sites. The owners were extremely friendly and even though it was the end of June we were charged the Passport America rate. We have a fully equipped rig so washrooms are not an issue for us. The road noise did not disturb us. It is convenient for doing road trips to Peggy's Cove, Lunnenburg, Mahone Bay and Halifax without being right in the city or taking the rig on tiny roads. We would go to this CG again if in the area.
This is a lovely campground. The GPS took us down a country gravel road using the co-ordinates from Trailer Life. We ended up turning around in a church driveway. Then when we got to the turn off, it was a very sharp turn off to the left from Hwy 19. Do not come Hwy 19 if your rig is long. Ours is a 34/39 Titanium and we were able to just make the corner. We were quoted 31.50 in three emails and two phone calls. We were charged $35. When we discussed it with the owner he said the prices are subject to change and Nova Scotia power forces the issue. Not good enough. All my arrangements were done in the last two weeks. He then blamed the person booking in Inverness. Dogs are supposed to be leashed with no exception. The owner's dog and many others were running free. It is a beautiful spot, but be aware of the above issues when booking.
We have never stayed at a KOA but we stayed here four years ago. The park is beautiful, the staff are friendly. We stayed here as a group of eight rigs for a Habitat Build for three weeks. The campground donated our entire stay to the local Habitat affiliate and they could not do enough for us!! The Wi-Fi is being upgraded. We had zero complaints while we were here. I would definitely come here again.
This campground was quite adequate for being in the area. The laundry room was clean and accessible, the WiFi was smoking fast and very reliable which was a huge plus. The owner was very friendly. The weather did not co-operate but that's life on the road!!Would camp here again. The rate is the Passport rate including taxes.Did not rate it excellent as we have been in some very excellent CG but this one is clean etc.Most of the rigs here are seasonal/permanent but all that we saw were clean and well maintained
15 minutes from I-295--part of the journey is down a gravel road which is in reasonably good condition. Sweet little campground in the trees. Good Wi-Fi, good laundry 1.50 to wash with cold water and 1 dollar to dry. Camp hosts were friendly. I would come here again if I wanted to be in the trees but for an overnight I think I would seek out something closer to the interstate.
We stayed for a week with a Good Sam Rate of $286.10 for the week for a water and electric site that was on a grassy site, shared pedestals and it rained a lot. Someone in their wisdom thought it would be appropriate Saturday morning at 7 to start working on a ball field with a bulldozer and other machinery--not cool especially as the CG had been empty from Wednesday and this happened Saturday AM when the CG was full. Also someone in their wisdom decided the wet grass all around our rig which was one of two in this grassy area needed to be cut the day before we left so everything was covered with fresh cut grass-also not cool. Wi-Fi was great when nobody was in the CG but almost impossible at the weekend. The facilities otherwise are great and it is a good spot to see Boston and the Cape from. The price for our site was the same as better water and electric sites we chose there because apparently that was the best place for satellite. I am not usually a complainer but this had to be said--I have also put all of the above in the satisfaction survey that I was asked to fill out--So the CG is aware if they read their surveys.
Rate is the Passport America rate. This facility is well kept and well run. We were met on Easter morning with scones, muffins and juice. This resort is on the ocean: one of the views is the oil refinery which is pretty at night as all the smoke stacks are lit up. During the day not so pretty. The sites are easy in and the facilities are great. Easy access for sightseeing the area. The present way in is not so easy: do not follow the GPS right now as there is work being done on the roads. The way GPS wanted to bring us in was impossible. Call the resort for detour directions in the month of April and possibly May 2011. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This park is an easy off Hwy 101 but if you are coming from the west you have to go around the block and approach from the east. The sites are tight and the park has constant traffic noise. The rate is AAA. The weather was good so we were able to go to many places from here. The wifi was reliable and the people were friendly. Likely would not stay here again because of the highway noise.
This park is adequate for a night stopover but it is basically a gravel parking lot. The couple who run it were having problems when we were there. We are assuming she usually looks after the office as he was completely lost looking after us getting in and settled and kept saying she looks after this usually but she has heart issues right now. He was somewhat confused so it was a bit of a challenge. Very friendly though Would not stay here again unless we had to.
The site we had was grassy but uneven. The fairground staff were friendly. The 20 dollars was a bit steep for what it was when I compare it to other fairgrounds we have been at for less money. Would not go the distance to get here again.
This park got a nine because the Wi-Fi is in the restaurant which closes at 8 PM. We came here because of the Wi-Fi and it was raining and I was not going to walk all the way up to the restaurant for the Wi-Fi. Should have stayed at the nearby state park. Eventually got the Wi-Fi with my antenna.
The rate is the Passport America rate. The wifi was smoking fast!! Gravel lot with good level sites and easy on off to Hwy 101. Close to wine country and easy trip to SF. Have stayed here before and would stay here again. Have to remember to get a site that does not have the parking lot light directly above the shower skylight!!!
This park only gets an 9 because we went to the SKP in the Sierras and it is outstanding and gets the 10 ++++ The park is well set up but have no illusions it is gravel. It is level the hook ups are fine and the people are very friendly. It is warm in the area and easy access to Death Valley. Would have stayed in Death Valley had we done our research better.
This is probably one of the most beautiful spots in the US that we have had the opportunity to visit. We stayed in the no hook up campground our first night for 16 dollars, and then in the electric only campground for 5 nights at 18 dollars a night. It was definitely worth it. Even though it snowed, we loved the place and will go back. I have a Nanostation Wi-Fi antenna and was able to pick up Wi-Fi once in a while!! Loved this place
This is our second year coming here and it is as relaxing as before. We will likely be here for the full seven days allowed for the PA rate. Rate reflects PA rate including tax but not the metered electric. The swimming pool and hot tub are wonderful to use. Everything at this park is clean and obviously well managed. The staff are all friendly and welcoming. The views out to the desert are awesome and it is convenient to many tourist attractions if you want to take advantage of them. We will likely come here everytime we are in Arizona even though it is quite a distance from I-10 at Benson. It is worth the trip. Come for one night and stay a week or more!!! If you have a booster WiFi antenna you can pick up the wifi from some of the sites otherwise it is in the office.
Gravel parking lot convenient to I-10 very friendly staff and clean office building. Modem hook up available in office. Rate is Escapee rate including our hydro cost of 2 dollars a day. When the wind blows across the parking lot look out! The dust is just crazy. Would park here again if in the area. Was convenient to check out Silver City and the Santa Rita Copper mine. Traveled the Mountain Spirit Scenic route but did not go to the Gila cliff dwellings as the temperatures were so cold and the wind very strong.
Very clean and very welcoming park. Even received product samples when we arrived! Desk staff were very professional and friendly. Convenient for going north to Roswell and south to Carlsbad Caverns. This park actually had some trees! Would definitely camp here again if we were in the area. Rate is PA and including taxes.
This is an Escapee Park -- rate reflects 50% off plus taxes. Open gravel parking lot. Friendly people. Wi-Fi is pay through Tengo Internet. Laundry is cheap and fast. Would stay here again as an overnight only.
The rate reflects first timer monthly per day rate. Electric is extra and wi-fi was 20 dollars a month.W-ifi very slow but apparently they are working on it.The male manager felt the wi-fi was slow because somebody in the park had a virus on their computer!!! Some of the workcamp staff were very friendly. The female manager has no people skills at all. She is actually rude. The people in the park are pleasant. It is beside I-83 but it is not bothersome at night. I would not stay here again especial as there are parks in the area with larger sites, free wi-fi, and first timer rate of $189 including electric!!
I rated this campground as an eight because the owner was very welcoming, the bathrooms and showers were very clean. The access in and out is just fine. The "clubhouse" is not really a clubhouse but rather a small wooden building which is very musty smelling and houses the registration office and the library. We would stay here again definitely because of the hands on friendly atmosphere and it is a very clean campground. The rate is the before taxes PA rate
The park is hilly, the staff are friendly. The GPS co-ordinates do not take you to the right place. The new directions in the 2010 PA directory are correct. Our GPS did not take us on an easy way to get here! The town has some very nice antebellum homes and some are in dire need of repair. This is a college/university town so lots of young people. The campground is accessible to lots of shopping We would camp here again if in the area
We checked the reviews on this site prior to coming and nearly didn't come because of the negative comments. Friends have stayed here a number of times and assured us it was a very pleasant place to stay. We would whole heatedly recommend this campground as long as you do not mind a place with virtually no trees. Lots of sunshine, people are very friendly and of course the view of the pond! We will come here likely next year as we head south and west and stay for a week. If you stay a month and are a golfer apparently the golfing is fine and its free. Might try golfing next time we are here.
We stayed for a week. The PA rate in the book was $13.75 and we paid $19.61 including the taxes because of an increase in electric surcharges. The campground staff were friendly and the campground is well cared for. The laundry, shower and restrooms could use updating but were clean. We would stay again if in the area.
This park was ok for an overnight stay. People were friendly and helpful. The park is apparently newly renovated but looks very tired! Has a number of permanents that look equally tired. We are fully enclosed so no problem. There is a train that goes through: of course! Would stay for one night if in the area again.
The rate is lower due to no sewer hookup and the trains going by very frequently. Was very happy I sleep with earplugs!! Nice park for overnight if you don't mind trains and don't have to dump. Would stay overnight here again.
This RV park is being developed and the people were very friendly. They also have a golf course on site and offer stay and play packages. It is 45 min to Drumheller and 1 hr from Dinosaur Prov Park so worked for us to see sights in both places over three days and still meet up with friends from Edmonton. The price was right and if you don't want to cook they have a licensed (little) restaurant on site. Would stay again if we were in the area.
Passport America rate. Sites are OK and the CG is easy access to the Trans Canada. Out in the country and quiet!! Have a small restaurant on site as well. A bit of a challenge to get level but we managed. Would stay again especial at the PA rate.
Good quality gravel road approximately 1 km to campground. Very nice setting and very friendly owner. Lake is very pretty. Pull thru sites could fit 2 fifth wheels back to back but are set up for one. There is plenty of room between sites as well. Very rare to find so much room at each site. Garbage cans at the end of each site Easy access to Trans Canada. Would definitely return to this campground if in the area.
CAA rate. Have stayed here before and liked it despite the rain both visits!!! The interior roads could use some work but the park is really beautiful and peaceful. Very easy access from the Trans Canada Hwy. Would stay here again.
Very lovely park to stay in. Sites are tight but the owner helps you park your rig and helps you leave as well. Very well maintained beautiful spot within walking distance of the walking trail along the water inlet. Restaurants and shopping within walking distance. Would definitely stay again.
This is a 55 + park that indicates RV's welcome. We spent two weeks here and were comfortable and had the use of the pool. Wi-Fi is not advertised but I was able to pick it up. The garbage is only picked up once per week which is fine if you are in a park model but not good enough for an RV. No dumpsters available. Pleasant surroundings easy access to the Mesa/Phoenix area. Would not stay here again just not our style.
We are staying here at the PA rate. This is probably one of nicest parks we have been to in the past two years. The front desk people were extremely polite and friendly. The park has a welcome wagon person who was very helpful and informative. She came to our rig and welcomed us to the park: also gave us coupons for % discount if we want to extend our stay past the 7 day PA and for next winter should we like to return. The mineral hot pools (4) are fabulous as is the large flowing swimming pool. This is definitely a destination, lots of Park models but lots of sites for RV'rs. Would definitely come here again!!
This is a membership park which we had a coupon to go to. Very nice park--did not buy a membership but I have to say the salespeople were not pushy which was very pleasant for a change. The people were courteous and accommodating. We had a gravel site. Normally the Wi-Fi apparently has to be paid for. It was very slow but we had it free so not complaining but would if I had to pay for it.
This was a terrific place to stay. We came for a couple of days and stayed 5. Toured the area and easy drive to Tucson. Nice swimming pool and very pleasant people. Wi-Fi was available in the main building which was a bit of a nuisance but at least they had it. Hope to return next year and stay for the full week that is allowed with the PA rate.
This park was a gravel parking lot with trees. We are self contained so no issues on that score. The laundry building was old but clean and the machines worked just fine. Not a holiday destination but at the PA rate definitely a stop for a night or two as you scope out the surrounding area. Would stop overnight again if needed to. Was definitely a better option than behind Camping World, out in full sun for 30 dollars!!
I have rated this a 10 because of the people, the area, and the entertainment. We came for a week and will be here almost three when we leave. A husband and wife team provide guitar picking music nearly every night. The owners are very welcoming. The history of this ranch is worth the trip itself as are the forays into Big Bend Park, Alpine and the area. The Texas Trail Riders had a big do going on while we were here so we had access to Chuckwagon BBQ and a Cowboy dance which was all so unexpected when we came. The place was recommended to us and we thank that person for the recommendation. We would definitely come here again!!!
This campground is right across the street from the Judge Roy Bean Museum and Visitors Center in Langtry Texas. It is old but convenient and off the highway. The price was right for a night off the road and the elderly gentleman was pleasant and welcoming. I would stay here again. The WiFi was unexpected and good connection.
This is a large Snowbird Park with many Quebecers. The Snowbirds and the staff were friendly. There are a ton of activities, a very nice swimming pool and roads in the park that are very rideable on bicycles. The surrounding area is uninspiring!! The highway is under construction but did not affect our stay. Our rate was the PA rate for five days and then it was $170 for a week. The park is fine but I have no burning desire to return to this part of Texas. We had cold windy weather pretty much the whole time we were there.
The only thing this park lacked was a swimming pool. Our rate was the PA rate. Had there been a pool we would have stayed there longer. Would definitely go there again. Staff were very friendly as were the campers in the park who were Snowbirds from all over. Plenty to do around the area.
This park states in the PA book that it has had a full remodel in 2008. The roads inside are poor. The sites are fine and the washrooms and laundry were very clean. Staff were friendly. There are a number of units that appear to be permanents and they are kind of scuzzy looking. I would not stay here again. The rate was the PA rate and that was a good thing.
Betty's is a must stop kind of place. The campground itself is a little tired but Betty and her hospitality makes up for any roughness of the park. She arranges dinners out at local spots for her campers and has a sheet that informs one of all the places to visit and see in the area. She hostesses Happy Hour in her office area pretty much everyday and tries to make sure all the campers are able to socialize if they chose to. Definitely a place to return to, or go to for the first time. There is plenty to keep one busy in the area. Avery Island and the Tabasco plant are one of the stops. Great stop!
This campground is older and the roads are a bit rough. We really enjoyed our stay as we were the only ones here and the sunset was fabulous! The weather was very cold so we didn't venture far from our unit. The staff/owner was very pleasant. The rate was the PA rate and we would stay here again even though it is off the beaten path, the sunset was worth it.
This was an amazing park with incredibly easy access to the French Quarter. We stayed two nights: one at the PA rate and one with the 10% discount for Good Sam members. It was totally worth the money as we were able to walk wherever we wanted or could have ridden our bikes. One of the Visitors Centres was right across the way for easy access to tours. We would definitely stay here again. Although it's more money than some of the outlying parks, you do not have to drive in and out whenever you want to venture into the French Quarter, it is right on your doorstep. The staff are amazingly friendly and polite.
Rate reflects PA rate including taxes. We stayed here 5 nights near the road which is where PA members are parked. No worries for us we were pleased to have the PA rate at this time of year for 5 days. The staff were friendly and efficient. The park is dated but apparently changes are in the works. It is almost exactly halfway between Key Largo and Key West so very convenient for exploring the Keys. Sites are tight but have concrete pads so your rig stays clean. Seawall is nice to walk along or sit on to view the sunset. Water pressure is very low so fill your tanks if you want a decent shower. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked really well and the pot luck on Friday night was fun.
The rate noted is the Passport America rate. This is a lovely spot and convenient to Asheville and the mountains. Unfortunately it rained for the days we were here and so we moved on without seeing what we wanted and we would definitely come back here. We came here because of a previous review that we read from other Canadians.
We camped here for four nights: one night at the regular rate and three nights at the Passport America rate of $17.50 for a total for four nights was $96.30 with the TN taxes! The interstate was directly behind the campground but we couldn't hear it in our rig. It was very convenient to Nashville and the Grayline tours picked us up at the campground to do tours. The staff were friendly and very helpful. We would definitely come to this facility again and will tell our friends.
The evening was great and we had a front row seat to watching the Mississippi barges plying the river. It was great. The tour bus came to the campground and picked us up which was very convenient although I wouldn't rush to recommend the tour group. The campground staff were friendly and helpful. The campground was pretty soggy after torrential rains! It is evident that they are upgrading many of the sites. We would tell our friends about this campground and we would camp here again if we came to visit Memphis Tennessee again. Has easy access from this campground and this campground was safe.
This campground is way up in the hills and is beautifully situated. The people are friendly and it was worth the drive. The electrical is metered extra and not expensive. Lovely walking around the grounds and dead quiet at night. The leaves were changing and it was a beautiful sight. We would camp here again if in the area. Passport America rate!!
This is an older campground with lots of seasonal trailers. It is well kept and very pretty. We were given a site with a view of the canal and were treated to a beautiful sunset. The night was quiet and we enjoyed our stay and would stay here again. Passport America rate.
This campground is tired but it appears the owners are trying to upgrade the facilities. The laundry facilities definitely need updating. The location was convenient for us and if we were in this area again we would camp here again because of its location for touring Amish country. The staff were friendly and helpful.
This park is very tired looking but the people were very friendly and our site satisfactory. We were surprised that grey water can just be released on the ground and were not comfortable with this practice. We would camp here again if we were in the area but would not go out of our way to find it. We did not use any of the facilities.