Great campground. We had site H22 on the sunrise side that was large and had a beautiful view. Had originally requested a sunset view but after arriving and walking around, we are really glad we got the sunrise. Sites were more quiet and the bad odor others have mentioned was not on the H site area at all. We only stayed 4 nights but plan to spend at least a week or two next summer. Close enough to Sackets Harbor to go for great meals, especially Tin Pan Galley with their delicious, HUGE breakfasts. The stuffed French Toast is a must. Back to the campground: this is a beautiful campground on an island all to itself surrounded by Lake Ontario.
Very well maintained, large park near the Turning Stone Casino. Large, paved sites with fire rings and trash cans at every site. The only complaint would be that our site had a slope downhill that could have easily been made level when the sites were paved. Quiet at night except for the bullfrogs and trains but we actually like the sound of both. Very clean laundry with a nice TV room next door. This was our first time here and we will most likely plan on staying here again next year on our yearly trip to upstate NY.
Just stopped for an overnight but were very pleased with this RV park. Easy access to I-81, nice store with large porch where obviously guests like to meet and greet and just sit and relax. We were escorted to our site that was large enough so we didn't have to disconnect.
This has to be the worse campground we have stayed in. We stayed here because of business in the area. The word "Resort" applies to the office and that's it. The first site they put us in was so narrow that there was about 5 feet between our slide and the one next door. The next 4 nights we had a site large enough but that's the only good thing I can say about it. The place is infested with ants. When we got home we had to completely empty out the RV and spray everywhere. From earlier reviews this appears to be a problem for at least the last couple of years. Grass was overgrown, many long term residents with old, beat up trailers and terrible upkeep, restroom was cleaned daily but I saw a bar of soap with hair stuck to it two days in a row before I threw it out myself, restroom needs to be updated badly. The only good thing about this park is the hosts who were very nice. But, apparently any money they have went into rebuilding the office and not the park.
We've stayed here a couple of times in the spring before the summer crowds. Pools are very nice and clean. They have an indoor, as well as large outdoor pool. Well stocked store. Sites are typical beach sites - mostly sand and plenty of sand spurs, but that is the beach! They also have shaded, grassy sites by a small lake that would be nice in the heat of the summer. We have gone to Myrtle Beach a lot over the years and this is the best oceanfront campground in my opinion.
Very nice, open park with friendly personnel. They don't assign sites and just tell you to pick whatever one you want as long as it doesn't have a cone in it (I assume that is one someone specifically reserved). All sites are full hookup 50/30 amp. Good location if you are interested in Mt Airy and the Andy Griffith museum, playhouse, home site and the "Mayberry" feel of Main St. Sites are long and level.
First off, the hosts were great and that alone would have given a 10 rating. He took us to our site and made sure everything was fine with us before going back to the office. The negative aspect was the campground sites --- we were taken to one site that we literally couldn't even tell there was a site there because the RV's were so close together. We told him that there was no way we could get our 34' fifth wheel in there. He was very nice and took us to another long pull through site that worked out perfectly, since there wasn't anyone next to us on one side. Nice little pond at the campground with chairs and a "beach".
Loved, loved, loved this campground. The hosts were some of the nicest people I've met. Dog run was great, laundry room clean, and it is within walking distance of Wall Drug, which was fun to go in. We stayed 2 nights and thoroughly enjoyed the peace and quiet. Also, it is a perfect place to take the Badlands Loop Road (Highway 240). We just went down I-90 to 240, followed that back and ended up right back at Wall.
Perfect for an overnight stay. No frills campground, but well kept. Host was very nice and helpful. Laundry room convenient to campsites, since it is a small park. We stopped here prior to going to Yellowstone the next day. We were very satisfied with the campground. Pull through site was long and level.
Location, location, location! Perfect location for exploring Mt Rushmore, Needles Hwy, Iron Mtn Rd, Wildlife Loop, Custer and Crazy Horse. You can't beat the onsite restaurant and facilities for children. However, our complaints were several - after a heavy rain we saw many campsites flooded, but no apparent effort to move those people to another site. Set the temperature to Cold in the laundry and yet it washed with hot water (several others complained about this). We were in a deluxe site about 3 sites down from the office and the Wi-Fi was virtually non-existent. Since we have single parent daughters that we like to be able to be in touch with, this was extremely frustrating as AT&T cell service was not available either (obviously not the fault of the campground). Next door neighbor said she had the same Wi-Fi issues. We saw some really nice, modern bathrooms, but the one servicing the deluxe area really needed updating and repair. One time in there was enough. Yes, we would stay there again, simply because it is a perfect location for sightseeing in the Black Hills. If you have children, there are plenty of activities for them. But, I do think they need to address some of the issues that we were not happy about and I heard others complain about as well, so it wasn't just us.
Convenient location to West Yellowstone and the west entrance to Yellowstone Park. We got a deluxe site with swing and patio and it was huge! Plenty of room for our 34' fifth wheel and truck and a lot of distance between us and our neighbor. We've stayed in other campgrounds that would have had another campsite in that space. Laundry room was clean with no broken machines as often seen at campgrounds. Barbeque ribs at nightly cookout were great and personnel were very helpful and courteous at all times. We would definitely stay here again and highly recommend it.
I would give this a much higher rating if the entire campground wasn't gravel. It felt like we were parked in a parking lot. On the plus side, it was extremely easy to get into the pull through site, if not a little difficult to know how far to pull through with all gravel. The owners were very nice people who I talked to for quite some time in the store while looking for souveniers for our grandchildren. I almost feel bad giving such a low rating because we didn't have any actual complaints. But, the gravel campground and location right next to I-80 really didn't give us a feeling of camping. It was good for just the overnight stay, though. If that is all you are looking for, then I would definitely recommend it.
Nice, quiet location. We originally were booked for a different pull through. When the owner saw we had a big back window in our fifth wheel, he offered to give us site 11A so we could see the lake out of the back window. Very well kept campground which we enjoyed for an overnight stay.
We stayed here on our way out West. There was major road construction on the interstate that backed right up to the campground. This had an impact on our stay as it made getting in and out of the campground a bit difficult, but obviously was no fault of the owner. He was very helpful and actually called me on the day of our arrival to tell us about the construction and the best way to get into the campground. Laundry facility was very clean with no broken machines, as often seen in campgrounds. I'd stay here again.
We only stayed overnight here, and considering that it was raining heavily when we got there, it could have been a miserable experience. But the owner took us to our site and found one that was very level and had the least amount of rain puddles, even though it wasn't the one he had initially assigned to us. They have pizza that you can order and the owner will deliver it to your RV which was great. We stayed in a 34' RV and the pull through was an easy in and out.
If you want to see Devil's Tower, this is the place to stay. The site they initially had assigned to us since I had requested a pull-through would have had all of our windows facing away from the tower. They were extremely pleasant and helpful in giving us a different site with a great view of the tower. Unfortunately their cafe was not open but they reduced our rate by 10% because of that immediately without me even making any comments about the lack of the cafe. The KOA is right next to the entrance to Devil's Tower and you can see it if you take the trail around the tower. Quite a view. The only complaint I would have, and it didn't amount to anything, was that the first person I talked to said I was a couple hours early for check-in and wanted me to just park somewhere for those 2 hours. However, I think she was probably new because another girl immediately stepped up and said it was fine and they would check and make sure the site was available since we got there at check-out time so everyone that was leaving that day should be gone by then anyway. We would definitely stay here again and recommend the campground.
Read several reviews about how tight the sites were so we were a little hesitant but wanted to be conveniently located right in Jackson. We have a 34' fifth wheel and had no problems at all with the size of the site. Convenient to the rodeo which is only about 1/2 mile away and a lot of fun to go see. Virginian restaurant on site and good food - breakfast and dinner. Be sure to take the ski lift for a fantastic view of Jackson and surrounding area and check out the Million Dollar Bar with barstools made from saddles. Jackson was originally going to be just a drive through after we left Yellowstone but we ended up spending two nights here. We would recomment this campground and would definitely stay here again.