This is a Passport park that gives you your money's worth. Easy access and level. Sites are a little snug for a big rig. We also had to change sites to get satellite. Wi-Fi is excellent. Park is close to everything. This is our second stay here.
We were here a week. Nice campground: was clean, neat and had all the amenities. Would definitely return. This Ohio valley area is beautiful. Only two drawbacks here. Staff could be a little more cordial. Your GPS will turn you the wrong way. We were sent out of the way. Owners could put up a better entrance sign, would have saved us an extended, out of the way detour.
A nice, Passport park which has level grassy sites, good WiFi, a pool and playground for kids. It's a direct drive into South Bend and very quiet. They do not have a sewer which is a drawback for us. Still it was good for a couple days.
Nice park with easy access and good WiFi. We were here over the fourth and they had a full house. Staff was very accommodating. Would definitely return. This is a good stopping off point on your way to UP.
One of the few parks in this area where full hookup includes sewage. Close to all amenities. Run and owned by an elderly couple that have had the park for 37 years. We stayed extra days, we were so comfortable.
We have stayed here several times. It is one of the few parks in the Keys that accepts Passport in the winter. Free Wi-Fi, a plus. Staff very friendly. Location is halfway between Key Largo and Key West, so very convenient for exploring the Keys.
Fairly nice Campground, but in the middle of nowhere. Closest restaurant about 10 miles away. the site we had was a little small for our coach. Wi-Fi is an additional charge. Large dog in the office which is a little intimidating. Owners may not realize the odor caused by the dog. With a little work, this could be a much better park.
A nice Park. The sites are a little tight for a large rig, but we made it. Hosts were willing to give us at least one day of Passport although they don't usually do so in July. Park is close to all the activity as well as having a trolley that comes by. This would certainly be our base when in the area.
A nice Park situated conveniently to Indianapolis. Easy access, but entry is a little confusing. The Park is in two sections, neither convenient to the office. The office is actually a nice residence and you start looking elsewhere for the office. We went by it once. The Park is laid out very well. You can opt for an open site or a shaded site. There was a problem with dust, but they are slowly paving all the access roads, and this should resolve the issue. Wifi is good. We will make this our Park of choice when visiting this area.
Easy access full service park. Dogs have to go to outside perimeter, but not a problem. This is the ideal location for the Riverfront activity. A little noisy at night. Wi-Fi is excellent. Staff is very helpful. The place to be for St Louis attractions.
To be fair, we can not give an adequate review as a guest. When we made our reservation, we were given the last available site. When we arrived, the last available site was stuck in between some dilapidated trailers backed up to their dumping area. The lady in charge suggested we inspect the site before we made a decision on staying. After checking it out, we understand her concern. There were no other sites available, so we declined and moved on. To exit the park was an experience due to the angles. The park could probably use an updating. The western side of the park looked OK, but was primarily fifth wheels. Pretty close quarters for a large rig. Park was full but primarily long term guests.
A small family owned park. Easy access. A great Passport America location. Wash your rig for $5.00 is a bargain. We stayed for two days for R and R, but you would be bored after that. Nothing else in the area. Nice stopover. Would return if in the area.
Off the beaten path, but easy to find. Nice, quiet location. Park is well maintained and has something for everyone. We were to stay for a day, but stayed for two. One of the nicest parks we have stayed in since leaving Florida in May. Would definitely return if in the area.
A little off the beaten path, but easy to find. Entrance a little tight for a large rig. Park has two sections, one in the shade and one in the open for satellite purposes. We chose the latter. Park appears well maintained. Staff very helpful. We were just there for a layover so our purposes were served. Would definitely return. They accept all discounts except Passport America.
We had a reservation, but when we arrived, office was closed. There was a note as to our site number, and it had a sawhorse with a Reserved sign. No 50 amp as we were told. We were only in town for the day for some warranty work so this park served our purposes. We would return if in the area. This town was a pleasant surprise.
Excellent campground. The hosts are excellent and very accommodating. Owners are working hard to make improvements and are trying to give the park a homey atmosphere. They are succeeding. Easy access and within easy reach of local sightseeing locations. A little pricey, but hey, it's near Durango. Would definitely return, if in the area.
Easy access. A little dusty, but hey, your in the desert. WiFi signal a little weak. Site A-4. Would stay here again. Hosts were very helpful. Be sure to go up the Turquoise Trail, then to the Sandia Crest. Beautiful... And don,t forget the Sandia Tram, longest in the world. Amazing...This is a Passport Park...
We had three coaches and arrived together.The park is 90% permanent residents and all are in disarray. Passport threw us a curve ball on this one. I cannot believe they would give this place a listing. To be frank, it was one step above "Deliverance" in its appearance. We gave it a two only because a good clean up might help. I like their dogs running loose when we are asked to put ours on a leash.
Excellent park. Host couple couldn't have been nicer. Easy access. Has everything we needed. With the passport rate, this was a bargain. Location for sightseeing is perfect. Would definitely recommend.
Easy access. Front desk staff were accommodating. You have to travel about two blocks through a MH park to get to the back where the campsites are located. The camping area is fairly nice, but the MH area, while fairly well kept, is still pretty seedy. Would probably stay somewhere else if we were back in the area. We took a swamp tour which was great fun.
This park is a little rustic, but fits the area. A little tight for large rigs. Need to trim some overhanging limbs. Easy access. Fee is a little high, even with the passport discount. Enoyed our stay. Only the high fee would keep us away. Owners were very pleasant.