A very good place to stop if the outlets and a nearby Camping World are in the picture. Friendly staff, clean, level sites. Wi-Fi is adequate. Voltage is fine. Water pressure is a little low, but not impossible to deal with. Would stay here again.
A true southern low country campground. Plenty of trees, and long pull-throughs. Ground is mostly sand and wood chips. Have stayed here many years while family vacations on Fripp Island. Only drawback: every year new people are in charge of managing. However, all seems to run well. PS: bring some mosquito spray!
A tree-lined campground that has been a favorite stop off of I-95. Long pull-throughs so you can stay hitched if on the road the next day. Very accommodating. Have always asked for a satellite friendly site, and they have always complied.
A nice stop-over near I-81 and I-77, but far enough away to be very quiet. Clean and well-maintained. We arrived at a busy time, so the office person appeared flustered. But all went well. Would stop here again.
Stopped here two years ago and liked the place. Returned this year and was not disappointed. The campground has aged gracefully. The large pool is a bonus for children and grandkids. Owners aim to please and are readily available. Only drawback was the failure to get on the Internet from our site. Also a complaint of our neighbor.
A campground that seems to stay the same over the years. Some of the large pull throughs are very narrow in the back. And some of the sites need some attention to the base, which is mostly dirt, with some stone. But overall a nice place close to the city of Philadelphia. Wi-Fi is now throughout the campground. A nice improvement.
A friendly, clean, well-run campground. An excellent stop just off of I-95. Sites in the back are far enough away from any traffic noise. Have stayed here in the past, and will stay here in the future.
Paved entrance, roads, and site, which was level. Staff friendly, and leads you to your site. New utilities in evidence at the site. Good for satellite. WiFi weak (reported in need of repair.) Campground showing some age. A good stop off of I-95. Try Jimmie's Seafood in Lumberton. Down-home good food. Would stay here again.
A campground that is in the process of becoming a KOA. Much construction. Upgrades are evident. Gravel roads and site, which was level and long. Staff unsure of new alignment of campground, so be sure the site is big enough for a motorhome. Our initial one was not, but they moved us to a better one. WiFi was strong. A convenient stop off I-95.
A campground that caters to weekend outings for families with many permanent sites. Every possible space is utilized. There are a lot of activities for kids. The staff is efficient and led us to our site. The roads are narrow, and the site, which was stone and dirt, was not level. We were later told that this transient area would be re-done this fall. Old Sturbridge Village is an easy drive.
Paved entrance, with gravel and dirt interior roads which are bumpy. A retired couple owns and runs the campground. Site mostly dirt, level and long. Good for satellite. A WiFi hotspot. Has the appearance of an older campground. A good location for shopping in Freeport. Not far from Brunswick and Lisbon Falls, home of the iconic Moxie Museum.
A most pleasant campground, with a very friendly, courteous and helpful staff. They even have pre-printed directions to all the local Bangor sites. Paved entrance, gravel roads and site, which is level, long and wide. Well-maintained, with improvements evident and on-going. Minor drawback is the $1 per day WiFi, but at the Good Sam rate, who should complain? Would definitely stay here again.
A very large campground divided by a paved entry road. Spectacular views from the big rig sites. Interior roads gravel as well as site, which is level, long, and wide. Staff was very professional. Grounds were well maintained. Lots for kids to do. Tends to be very full at this time of year, so call well ahead, especially if you want 50 amp service. The recommended route out of Kensington is Route 20 west to Lower Darnley Road (that has a wooden bridge with a weight limit). Caution: your big-rig may be over the limit. An alternate route out of Kensington is Route 101, then left on Route 20 (Lower Darnley Road). Campground then will be on your right. A good location to tour the North and Central Coastal Drives, with Summerside and Charlottetown not far away. Would definitely stay here again.
Gravel entrance, paved near the office. Staff helpful. Interior roads gravel, bumpy, and narrow for a big rig. Site is gravel and level. Some are not very wide. Wifi works, unless the campground is crowded. It was packed over the July 1, Canadian Day weekend, with nary a space available. Average fare at the restaurant on premises, with takeout. An excellent location to explore the Cabot Trail. Don't miss the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck. A longer drive takes you to the Fortress of Louisbourg.
Gravel entrance, roads, and site, which is level. We got a long site that was meant for two units. Would be very tight otherwise. WiFi at site. Staff friendy and helpful. Campground is large, with a good amount of sites seasonal or permanent. Seems to need some minor "sprucing up" Halifax, and Peggy's Cove are not far from here. Chester, Mahone Bay, and Lunenburg are a short drive away.
We stayed in Chignecto North. The paved roads in the park were good, but the entrance road was marginal. Watch your speed. The site was gravel, mostly level, wooded and large. Hook-ups were easily accessible, but the sewer pipe was well above ground level. No WiFi at the site. Well-maintained and clean. An excellent spot to tour the park by car, visit Alama, and the Hopewell Rocks. Many trails to hike, if you are so inclined. Check the other fees necessary to stay in the Canadian Parks System.
A very small campground in the early stages of renovation. A beautiful location on the water. Some new sites have 50 amp, cable, and Wi-Fi. Entrance is paved, interior road is gravel, site is grass, and level. Staff is more than helpful. A good base to see local lighthouses and to get to Campobello, New Brunswick. Also, don't miss Monica's Chocolates across the street.
A campground that has undergone extensive upgrades over the last few years, with positive results. Paved entrance, with gravel roads and site, which is level and long. Good satellite reception. Office staff pleasant and helpful. A well-maintained campground. Excellent views, even if you are not on the waterfront. Good location for exploring Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. Would stay here again.
Paved entrance, with gravel roads and site, which is level. Upgraded work in progress, with positive results in evidence. Office staff very helpful; free daily paper. Satellite reception excellent; extensive cable TV selections; WiFi good. Well-maintained and clean. They even have trash receptacles at the front of each site! Would definitely stay here again.
Not far from the Bourne Bridge. Paved entrance, with an attendant that begins the registration process. Must go inside to complete the process, but all are very helpful. Campground is large, but most are permanent units. Back-in sites are level, mostly dirt with some gravel. Roads are tight for a big unit. Hook-ups are well to the rear of the site. Extensive trees prevent satellite reception. WiFi only available at "hot spots." Lots for kids to do. Well-maintained and clean. A good starting point to explore Cape Cod.
Our second visit to this campground, and it is still as well-maintained as before. Paved entrance, with gravel roads and site, which is level and long. Gated to the campground. Excellent for satellite reception. Attention to detail is evident. Office staff very helpful. Only negative: WiFi is very weak. Rate reflects a partial holiday rate.
Gravel roads and site, which is level. Excellent for satellite reception; WiFi was strong. A well-manicured, well-maintained campground. We stayed in the upper section. Attention to detail is evident. Staff is very helpful. Rate reflects a three night for two special. This is a good base if exploring Lancaster is a priority. Will definitely stay here again.
Paved roads, but watch out for the speed bumps, especially the last one. Grass sites, somewhat level with ruts. Wet weather can cause problems. More level sites are 30A. Staff leads you to your site, which is a plus, and helps you center your RV. Satellite reception is OK, but many of the trees are very large, so future reception may be a problem. Most of the campground houses permanent units, although they are separate from the transient sites. Fairly well-maintained. A somewhat typical seasonal campground near a major city.
A good stop when travelling I-95: easy access. Park has gravel roads and site which was level and long, with a cement patio. There were lots of tall pine trees that seem to dull the noise of the interstate. Cable TV needed a special adapter (provide by request at the office), and on some sites the wire was exposed. Perhaps they were updating the system. A few sites are good for satellite. Have stopped here before, and the campground appears the same: good, but not outstanding.
Close to the interstate, but far enough away to be quiet. Paved entrance and gravel roads and site, which was mostly level. Site was of average width. Extensive cable TV selections; many sites good for satellite. Wi-Fi worked well.
Gravel road and sites that are level in this campground. Each back-in site is roomy, with ample grass space between sites. It has cable selections, and was good for satellite. The RV sites are removed from the beach club (up a hill) and relatively new. A good job in planning these 38 sites in a small area. Wi-Fi only available near the beach club office. Beach club is older, but well-maintained, with water slides. Good for the kids.
Easy access to Route 295, but far enough away to be quiet. There are paved roads and mostly gravel, level sites. Laundry facilities were clean. They had extensive cable TV selections. Wi-Fi is only available if you are within 200 feet of the office. Each year they say they are working on getting it throughout the park, but nothing has changed. If you need to visit Philadelphia, this is indeed the closest campground. And it can be said that those who run and work for this campground know it! Having stayed here numerous times, it can be said that few improvements have been made over the years. Many of the sites are in need of attention and some are quite close to your neighbor. And many of the trees are overgrown. Convenience is the strongest asset.
The road to this campground is very narrow, but paved. Campground is very rural, very quiet and well-maintained. Nice setting around the lake. Owners on site, very informative and helpful. They fixed a bad circuit breaker quickly. Interior roads are paved, level sites are grass and gravel with a cement patio. Extensive cable TV channels, good for satellite. Must pay for Wi-Fi. Distance to Wright Brothers Bridge to the Outer Banks is about 40 miles.
Gravel roads and level sites here. Owner gets on his bicycle and leads you to your site. Some sites are good for satellite. Wi-Fi works well. Have stayed here before, and have found this park to be consistently clean and well-maintained. There's plenty of room on each site. It's close to I-95, but sites in the rear are quiet.
Clean, well-kept park that is starting to show its age. Paved roads, with cement pads and patio. Sites are pull-through, but not real long if you're around 38 feet. Hook-ups at rear of site, so you must unhitch your toad. Good for satellite. Wireless works well. Across the street from the casino; shuttle service available. Good location to tour Vicksburg and the Battlefield Site. Stayed three nights.
Modern, well-maintained, clean campground. Competent staff at check-in. Paved roads and site, with cement patio and table. It's on the side of a small hill, but they've done a good job in leveling the sites. Well-landscaped. Good for satellite. Wireless works well. Great for families: the park is adjacent. Noise from interstate and truck depot is marginal.
Large KOA. Roads and site are gravel. Site level and good for satellite. Wireless works. Good location to tour the Badlands. Campground needs some attention. Grass needed to be cut and was loaded with dandelions.
Small, well-maintained campground. Gravel roads, site. Site level. Wireless works. Beautiful setting, farmland vistas with rolling hills. Used this as a base for visits to Galena, Illinois, and the Field of Dreams in Dyersville, Iowa. Only drawback is lack of sewer hookup at site, but dump station is easily accessible.
Convenient to I-75. Older park, with paved roads, and paved pull through sites for big rigs. Good for satellite. Wireless worked well. Here are the drawbacks: the paved part of the site is narrow, and not level. If you are in the last row, the sites all go downhill. If not, the sites go uphill. You need leveling blocks, or your wheels will be off the ground. Plus the shrubbery on the site is overgrown: some of the hookups are tough to get to, especially with slide-outs. Swimming pool was empty and appeared unusable.
Neat, clean, and well-landscaped. Paved entrance, with gravel roads and site, which is level and wide. Cement patio, with table. Good for satellite. Wireless worked well. A large, fenced dog run. Owner has succeeded in making a campground that yields a very pleasant stay.
Very neat, clean, and well-maintained. Large and well-designed, with ample space. Staff very competent. Paved roads, with level cement sites and patio. Plenty of room between you and your neighbor. Good for satellite. Large pool area. Shuttle service to Harrah's. Only drawback: daily wireless cost was very high.
Small, somewhat new campground. Paved roads, gravel sites that are level. Fairly close to your neighbor, especially with slide-outs. Devoid of any landscaping. Good for satellite. Wireless works well. Appeared that about 70% of park was filled with long-term residents. Lake area overgrown with weeds. Murals in Cape Girardeau most interesting.
Well-maintained, clean. Far enough off the interstate to be quiet. Owners present and helpful. Gravel roads and site, which was level. Large site in length, but somewhat tight with your neighbor if you have slide-outs. Good for satellite. Wireless is very weak, and often unavailable depending on your location.
Construction on new water pipes in campground and nearby trailer park coupled with rainfall made for a very muddy entrance. Worst I've ever seen. Help at entrance desk was marginal, at best. When asked about the wireless network, was told that it sometimes works, and sometimes doesn't. Translation: it does not work. Gravel roads and site, which was level. Very tight site. Not especially clean. With slide-outs, very close to touching your neighbor. Entrance to campground is farther away from the interstate. Our site was less than 75 yards from the interstate. Very, very noisy.
Campground is small. Gravel roads and site, which was level. Good for satellite. Wireless worked. Very quiet. A good alternative to staying in Jackson Hole, which is about 25 miles away. (Route 22 to Jackson Hole has 10% grades. OK for a car, but a challenge for a motorhome.) A good base to explore the Grand Tetons. Stayed here three nights.
Large, modern, well-maintained and well-designed campground. Paved roads and patio. Gravel site, level. Good for satellite. Wireless worked, but was somewhat weak. Excellent location for Yellowstone near the west entrance. Town of West Yellowstone is interesting too. Stayed here for five nights.
Small, well-maintained. Gravel roads and sites. Site mostly level. Owners on premises and very helpful. Wireless works. Good for satellite. Quiet, since it is a "down the road" from the interstate. Good location for Little Big Horn Battlefield Site.
Large, relatively new campground. Owners invested heavily, and it shows. Very nicely designed. Close, but far enough away from the noise of the interstate. Paved roads, and sites. Extensive cable selections. Good for satellite. Has three possible sewer connections per site. Very unusual. Huge pool, full tennis court and basketball court. Minor negative: only two washers and dryers in each of the two locations. Close to Deadwood, Spearfish Canyon Drive, and about 60 miles from Devil's Tower. Stayed four nights.
Two paved entrances. Very spacious property. Beautiful setting. Very clean, well-kept. Very quiet. Pancake breakfast available. Gravel interior roads, as well as site. Site base not real wide, and slightly unlevel. Much room between sites. Good for satellite. Great location for Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park, and the 1880's Train. Stayed four nights.
Campground sits surrounded by farmland. Quiet, far enough away from I-90. Much evidence of care, with gravel roads and sites that are level, clean and good for the satellite. Wireless works. Close to the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD. Pool under repair.
Paved roads, gravel site, not level throughout. Friendly staff, though hours seemed limited. New building houses office, laundry, showers. Have stayed here before and had a cement site but they were taken upon arrival. Plan to have new sites in center of campground doesn't look possible due to low nature of land. It's below the road and very wet. Spent eight nights here while visiting relatives near Chicago.
Paved entrance, gravel roads and site. Clean, well-kept. Stayed here two years ago, and the park has shown improvement since then. Lots for kids to do. Wireless works well. Not far from sites in Louisville.