This is just gravel parking lot with 30 amp electric hook ups - four of the eight require an extension cord. We stayed here to be close to downtown and so that we could see the full moon rise over the bay. Staff was very friendly.
Rate quoted is the Passport America rate - which is why we chose this campground. 90% of the sites are permanent residents. Surprisingly, lots of road noise from the highway. However, we found a nice spot by the little creek and had a nice relaxing evening.
Rate quoted is the Passport America rate, which is the only reason that we stayed here. Well off of the interstate and they had wrong directions to the campground. It looks like the owner just converted a city lot with gravel and called it a campground.
Definitely overrated. Wi-Fi was terrible and phone service spotty. They need to let customers know that they are only 5 minutes from the KC airport and right on the flight path. Rate cited is a rally rate.
This is a county park - just recently opened. Not much shade but good place for an overnight stay (and if the weather is nice, an extended stay) to see the attractions of St. Louis. However, it is in a flood plain so beware. Staff was very friendly.
Just an average campground. All roads and sites are gravel (with lots of potholes) Sites were rather close together and not much shade. Electric was barely OK (109) volts and water pressure only at 40psi. On the plus side, the scenery was beautiful with mountains close by and a river only 100 yards away. Wi-Fi was slow but it did work. We got there late (8PM) and office was closed but staff was friendly the next morning and helpful.
Corp of Engineer park on Green River Lake. Only a few sites will accommodate a large rig and there is only water and electric. But lots of shade and level sites. Great place to come and relax or fish. Small beach area close by and marina. Away from town. Camp host very friendly and helpful.
What a pleasant surprise. Stayed here because it is Passport America CG, but very nice. Friendly staff and well taken care of park. Pancake breakfast in the morning was nice touch. Think that we will stay here again when visiting Smoky Mts.
Our favorite campground. Expensive, but worth it!! Large, roomy sites, very friendly staff, lots of activities for kids. Not too far from the beach and Myrtle beach. Quiet with lots of bike/walking paths.
Very nice campground. Lots of room, nicely manicured lawns, shade on some lots. A little bit out of town and 30 minutes to the beach. Very enjoyable and definitely a place to return to. The only negative is the speed bumps in the road - too many.
Stayed here with a group, but because we made reservations late, was not put with the group although sites were available with them. Also one of the group had a large truck and he was forced to stay far away from everyone else. Sign at the office says no large truck allowed but no mention of this on website or in phone conversations. When I dumped my waste tanks, liquid bubbled out of the site next to us. Luckily, no one was on that site and I shut off the valve immediately for 10 minutes.
Nice park, but poor drainage when it rains - and it rained a lot when we were there. Staff not very friendly and not willing to accommodate change. Wi-Fi poor (probably because there were too many people trying to use it at once).
The rate quoted is a group rate. We stayed here for 2 weeks with several others (this was our 3rd year). We come here to meet up with friends and relax. There is not much to do close by except on St. George island and in Apalachicola which are about 30 miles away. Campground is OK with exceptional view of the Gulf. But the sites are all gravel which tracks into the camper and the Wi-Fi is hit or miss; sometimes it works fine and sometimes it is impossible to get on (a function of bandwidth and too many people trying to access the internet). Staff is very friendly and helpful.
Rate is for Passport America. This is an OK for 1 night campground. Gravel sites and entire area needs some TLC. Staff was friendly and helpful with directions. It is quite close to interstate 65 and also to a major highway. It was difficult to see the entrance after dark.
Sites are mostly level and easy to get into. Staff was friendly and Wi-Fi was just about the best I have ever had in a campground - of course, there were only 4 units in the campground. I gave the campground a 6 rating because of the TRAINS, TRUCKS, and the acorns. The campground is about 100 yards from train tracks - 2 of them which is a major line into and from Cincy - and about 200 yards from I-75 on the other side - and trucks were constantly running over the rumble strip on the edge of the road. We stayed here at the end of camping season and our site was directly beneath a big oak tree which was shedding leaves and acorns which sounded like golf balls hitting the roof. Finally, when leaving the campground, visibility of road to the left is very short and anyone pulling out with a big rig like ours takes a risk to pull out.
Nice secluded campground. Sites are dirt with lots of pine needles which is a problem if it rains - which it did. Rate is the PA rate. It is about 60 minutes to Tupper Lake but the drive was spectacular with the fall color change.
An excellent park. Sites are large with trees separating sites and almost perfectly level. Staff was friendly and helpful. We had a problem with the internet but they were able to reboot and then it worked fine. The rate quoted is a rally rate and was based on a week stay. The campground is a little difficult to get to but well worth the trip. There is access to Lake Ontario and I it appears that there will soon be sites right on the lake (which will probably be "super premium"sites). Prince Edward County is a great community to explore or just to relax in.
This is a mobile home park with hook-ups for RVs scattered around the property. The manager was quite friendly and staff helpful. We stayed here one night passing through the area. The quoted rate is Passport America.
What a jewel!! This is a little Mom and Pop operation with lots of shade and grassy sites with a mountain stream at the west side of the campground. The owners are very friendly and supplied a campfire at night with lots of stories and information about the area. The campground is small and is close to I-80. It will not appeal to everyone but we loved it and spent a very pleasant afternoon relaxing in the shade and evening at the campfire. The quoted rate is the Passport America rate.
This is a great campground. The staff was friendly and helpful. The only thing that would make it better is if it were not next to I-80 (lots of road noise). We stayed here for a rally and had great fun. Lots of things to do in the area.
A great park! Small park and not easy to get to but a nice place to spend a few days or a few months. State is putting in an expressway from I-10 to the beaches which will make this campground more accessible. Not only was the staff friendly, but the current residents were also very friendly offering to help set up and said good-bye when we left. The only drawbacks were the roads were narrow and there was no cable TV. Rate listed was the PA rate.
Nice park: the sites are a little close but park is laid out very well and sites are level. I-10 is close by but noise was not too bad. Staff was very friendly. Found a great cajun restaurant close by. (Fezzo's at next exit east.) Wish that we had more time to explore the area: definitely worth a return trip.
Rate is daily rate for a 1 month stay. We cured their drought: it rained 6 - 8 inches while we were here. The sites and roads are gravel (mud when wet) but are fairly level. The campground is off of US 77 and we thought that is would be very quiet. Wrong!! Lots of traffic, especially big trucks supporting the oil fields nearby. There was good Wi-Fi for 1 day and since then, very spotty. They said that a part was broken and they were waiting for repair. (Seems like we have heard this story before.) The setting of the campground is very nice with grazing cattle and horses and lots of birds. The staff was very friendly (and apologetic about the Wi-Fi).
The rate quoted is Passport America and the campground was about as expected. Sites were level and spacing was good. Staff was friendly and helpful. The biggest drawback was the traffic on the road. Although we were about 200 yards off the state road, there was a constant stream of 18 wheelers passing by, until late at night.
Rate quoted is Passport America, and the campground was about what we expected. The sites were not level and the road into the park was gravel. But we just wanted a place for the night and we were back on the road early the next morning. The staff was friendly but we only saw her for 5 minutes.
This is a great park. Large lots mostly level with lots of room to roam. There is a large lake with a walking path around it and other paths to explore. Fishing is permitted but only catch and release. The campground is quiet but close to Myrtle Beach (20 minutes) so there is lots to see and do in the area. The staff is very friendly and the grounds are well maintained. The restrooms and showers are clean and well monitored. The only drawback that we had is that Wi-Fi reception is spotty. OK if you are close to the antenna and not very good if you are further away.
We stayed here with a rally group. Had a great time. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Would give the campground higher rating if it had Wi-Fi and if it did NOT have a railroad track very close by. Paved streets would also be a nice upgrade.
When we pulled into this campground, I thought that it was going to be a great place to stay. Wrong!! When we set up, (there are three rigs travelling together) and switched on the electric, the main 200 amp breaker for the loop tripped. This happened 3 more times until we - including 4 or 5 other campers - decided to stagger our A/Cs so that they would not all run at the same time. And as one other reviewer noted, the water was brown and had a bad odor. I think it was probably from the tannins in the water which came from the nearby lake. So we had to go to a nearby store to get water for drinking and cooking.
Obviously my opinion of a good campground differs from other reviewers. We found this urban campground to be very cramped and difficult to get into and set up. I had to back up and move over 6 inches so that we could get our slides out without hitting the rigs on either side of us. Putting out the awning was impossible. We had a pull-through site but had to be very careful when we left so as not to hit the rig next to us. When we arrived, it was quite hot and the voltage was dangerously low to run the A/C. Fortunately, we only stayed one night and definitely will not return.
Nice campground with sites spaced widely apart but required some maneuvering and leveling to park trailer. Wi-Fi is available only at the office: not at the site. The only problem with this campground is the cancellation policy. If a reservation is cancelled less than 2 weeks before arrival date, the entire deposit of $50 is forfeited. This happened with one member of our group who had to change their plans within 3 days of our arrival. Most campgrounds allow cancellation within 72 hours with no penalty.
This campground is close to hiwy with lots of noise: seems that this is a major north-south route for big trucks! Not very much shade here. In the heat of the day, the voltage dropped to 105 volts and we ran the AC as little as possible and minimized the rest of our electric use. But with the Camp Club USA rate of $17 per night, it was OK for 3 nights.
An OK campground but not great. There was low water pressure and low voltage - luckily, we did NOT have to use AC there. There was a problem with one of the septic tanks so everyone had been shifted to use the other one which resulted in the low voltage and maybe the low water pressure. We did not purchase the WiFi at $4/day so I don't know how well it worked. We did pay the Camp Club USA rate so I would have to say that the park was a good value.
Lots of long term residents. Very CLOSE to I-15 and LOTS of noise. The sites are very narrow and we were not able to get into the first site assigned to us. But the friendly staff was able to move us to a different site
Nice state park. I liked the wagon wheel arrangement as the sites were quite large. Ours was uneven but we were able to level OK. Only one loop has sewer and if you want to be by the river, there are no hookups available. We used this park as a base to explore Olympic NP which was an hour drive and also the Kitsap peninsula which was also and hour drive. Campground was full on the weekend but most cleared out Sunday.
An excellent campground with large level, concrete sites with patio and grass between sites. Very well laid out and quiet. I was apprehensive about staying here because it also is a mobile home park but the two parts are separated. This is a great base to visit the air museum (right next door), wineries, Mt. Hood. The staff was very friendly and quite helpful in suggesting area attractions to visit. We will definitely stay here again if in the area.
An excellent campground. Long, level, concrete sites with patio. Close to downtown for the Thursday evening festivals and close to the wineries. We used this as a base to travel to San Francisco also. There is an excellent host who was most helpful. The only negatives were lack of shade (thankfully it was very pleasant there) and lack of Wi-Fi. If the CG had these, the 18 sites would be full all of the time. We will definitely stay here again if in the area.
This campground is a total rip off!!! We did not stay here because we could not get our 34 ft 5th wheel to the campground. There are only two ways into the campground; 1st via CA140 which had been blocked by a landslide and the detour had a length restriction of 45 ft OR 2nd via Yosemite NP road which also had limitation for a big rig. The owner refused to refund down payment. We stayed at a different campground and drove into this one to see how many big rigs were there. There were none and I don't think that there was any place in the campground that we could have parked our rig!! It is a shame that this forum is the only outlet I have to express how disappointed I am with Indian Flat RV Park.
An excellent park!! Very neat but very little shade. Staff was very friendly. The only ding is that the sites are quite small - just barely enough room for 34 ft 5th wheel but not enough for the truck. Luckily, they were not that busy and we were able to park in a nearby vacant site.
This would be a great campground IF the electric service was any good (sometimes the voltage dropped as low as 98 volts); IF the Wi-Fi worked somewhere other than 50 ft from the office; IF the sites were not so difficult to get into. We used Camp Club USA for reduced rate and knew that sewer was not included but did not realize how difficult it was to maneuver to the dump station. The new owner said that he is working to improve the facilities, and it may be nice to visit in the future.
Based on other reviews, we did not expect much and we got exactly that. Sites are not maintained at all and roads are full of pot holes. We had to be extremely careful entering the campground to avoid dragging the rear of the camper. Viewing the stars late at night was spectacular and was spoiled only by the sound of heavy equipment running somewhere in the desert (mining?). But we can say that we stayed in Death Valley!!
Total number of sites is listed as 1150 but this is deceptive as 1100 of those sites are permanent park models. The "resort" is well kept but the overnighters like us, were shuffled to the rear of the park and the site was no more than a gravel parking lot with hook-ups. Glad that we only stayed one night.
An excellent campground. We attended a rally here with approximately 35 rigs. The staff is very friendly and took extra steps to make us feel welcome and accommodate our needs. The park itself is immaculate and all sites are well groomed. It is easily accessible and close to many area activities and sites.
We traveled to this park in a group of 8 rigs and had made our reservations well in advance. But when we got there, we discovered that the sites which had been assigned to us had been given to another group. Therefore, we were put into sites that were difficult to get into and were inferior to those promised. The staff tried to direct the parking of one member of our party and caused him to hit a tree limb which damaged the roof of his camper. The staff member acknowledged responsibility for the accident but the park owner refused to repair the damage.
As other reviewers have remarked, the CG is old and the sites are "buddy" sites with very little room between sites. Luckily, there were not many guests there and were spread out. Since we had read some previous reviews, we were not too disappointed with the accommodations. The staff was friendly and suggested sites to see and directions on how to get there.
This is a fairly new campground, and the sites are very spacious. The only problem is that there is no shade. The directions to the campground are not correct, but it was easy to find with signs on the highway.
This campground is in bad state of disrepair. It needs some TLC. The staff was very disorganized and it took almost 30 minutes to get checked in. The site that we were assigned (B1) is about the size of a postage stamp and several of the sites are "buddy" sites with very little room between the units. The only saving grace for this CG is that Bryce Canyon NP is absolutely beautiful. We were able to get wi-fi at our camper but most others in the CG did not.
The park is 45 miles from the north rim of the Grand Canyon but is the only CG with full hookups in the area. To get to the CG, you must travel on a washboard gravel road for 0.5 miles. We are travelling with a group caravan and when we got to the CG, one of the sites assigned to us had a trailer on it. The staff seemed to be very confused and unorganized but finally put the displaced camper on a nearby site. We also had problems with the breakers continually tripping but the work-camper said that the breaker was being replaced the next day (and we didn't have any problems after then). In order to reserve a site at this CG, we each had to pay a 1 night, non-refundable deposit back in Feb.
What a great place to camp - my wife wants to live in this area. Don't let one bad review scare you away from this CG. It is not a resort, and it is some distance from Mesa Verde and Durango but even those drives had breathtaking scenery. If you like to camp in the peace and quiet of the country, this is the place. We were backed up to the horse pasture and loved to watch them run. The wi-fi is available only at the office but we were told that they plan to install antennea out in the CG.
This is a great campground!! We spent 4 days here and really enjoyed the location and amenities of the CG. The host owners went out of their way to make us comfortable and offered suggestions on what to see and where to eat. There is so much to do in the area that we only scratched the surface and will definitely return and will stay at Santa Fe Skies.
This is the closest campground to Carlsbad Caverns, and that is the best thing about it. It is better than when we stayed here in 2007 with updated electric service and more gravel on the roads (fewer potholes). I would have given the CG a better rating but we were charged $4 more per night than the rate that we were quoted in Feb. Internet is available at the hotel and a swimming pool is also available for campers to use. We did see Javalinas and deer in the CG which was pretty neat.
We thought that this was a very nice campground. It is small with only about 30 sites but the sites are very nice and large. It is convenient to nearby attractions. We will stay here again if in the area.
We stayed here while visiting Big Bend NP since the NP does not offer reservations. The campground is a big gravel parking lot with very little shade and with lots of ants and flies (horse stable nearby). The staff was friendly but not very helpful with things to do. Lots of wind and a big storm one night.
This is a state park and is nicely laid out. The sites are level with good distance between sites. The restrooms on the loop that we stayed at were being remodeled but we were only staying one night so that did not matter to us. The only complaint is that Texas charges a $3 fee per camper per day on top of the fee for the site - why not add it into the site fee?? We would stay here again when in the area.
As they say, first impressions are so important. This campground is in the middle of a mobile home park so we almost turned around and left. But since it was late, we decided to spend 1 night. The staff in the office, while not rude, was certainly not friendly - just very business-like. The site that we were assigned to was quite tight to get into and when we put out the awning, we almost touched the slide-out of the unit next to us. The site had only 30 amp electric but the water pressure was good. Our neighbors told us that the only other campground nearby was even worse so we opted to stay here 4 days. The restrooms/showers were clean and in good shape. The small lake had lots of bluegill so the grandkids were happy with that - but not so much with the small "playground" available. We do not recommend this campground and will probalbly not stay here again.
Nice shady park with gravel streets and pull throughs. Quite close to I-44 so lots of noise. The WiFi must be purchased but was quite good and I was never disconnected. Staff was very pleasant and helpful. Close to Six Flags and about 30 - 45 minutes from St. Louis attractions.
This campground is quite old and has not been updated since we were here 25 years ago. The area is great with lots of activities for kids and with beach and marina nearby. The bathhouses were in deplorable condition and did not appear to have been cleaned in several days. Fire rings had ashes from previous occupants as well as lots of trash, cigarette butts, and beer bottle caps. If you are going to stay in this area, I would recommend the COE campground at Narrows.