"Camping is a privilege not a right." This is how this park begins their extensive list of rules which include radar checked speed with fines. Enough of attitude. It is a nicely laid out park with stuff for the kids and easy access. It is next to the Interstate with the expected noise. The restrooms/showers were clean but no A/C. The utility hookups may be perfect or inconvenient depending on the site and your rig.
Nice park, nice people. Rules are more sensible requests than demands. They provide info on not just to avoid a 10 foot overpass in town but where medical help is, radio stations for weather, and even a sign as you leave that is a check list for what you may have failed to do. Level gravel parking, good utilities, shade, good Wi-Fi,and wash cloths in the restrooms. Again, nice park.
Typical state park but restored from flood. Electric only and was first rate. We were the only camper in the first loop. Quiet except for a low background noise from a quarry. Pit toilet. Worth the price for an overnight or even a couple of nights.
Fine for an overnight. Restrooms clean but old. Never saw any staff, envelope pay. Al's I-90 cafe across the road. I-80 noise minimal. Sewer drains too far above ground but live with it. No wifi. Grass need a mowing.
Clean restrooms and showers in 8 individual compartments. Laundry was nice &2/$2. Staff was friendly and efficient. Mostly back-in sites and few pull-throughs. Utilities work and Wi-Fi is adequate. This park caters to ATVs and motorcycles. The area north of Mt. Rushmore is the center of the Sturgis-Deadwood car and bike culture. If you want nature look south of Mt. Rushmore. Had problems with the restaurant on site. Average at best. Burgers and fried food is the cuisine of the area.
The previous reviews made us skeptical of this park but electrical problems at a relative's home made a move necessary. We stayed here a week. Yes, weeds at the site, this is semi desert Wyoming. The Wi-Fi bogged down in the late afternoon and evening probably from demand. The signal was strong. The showers (25 cents/5 minutes) were individual/private and clean, worth the money. Laundry was as nice a laundromat as we have seen. Utilities were fine. Staff was great. As for the neighborhood, our niece walked home 3 blocks in the evening. It is not a resort but more than OK for short stays.
The setting is wonderful and the camp hosts are first rate. The rest is disappointing. The entry is rough. The wifi is inconvenient at best. The restrooms/showers are cramped and dated. Apparently the owners/hosts cannot receive email for the park. Overall this park is in serious decline. Major maintenance is wanting. If you are self contained OK, the utilities are good. It is convenient to Taos and the area. One big plus is you are not packed in, without shade, like other parks in the area. There is some noise from Hwy 64 and more from the road on the west side of the park (in the day).
Nice park, a bit above average. We did get a level shaded site. All utilities worked well. Restrooms/showers were clean and nice although my wife would have preferred more privacy than half (saloon) doors for the changing area, which I found a bit small. The owner/staff were very good and responded to the smallest problem or the largest (Wi-Fi) which then work very well. Road noise was not bad but the airport (very little usage) would make you take notice. Like most towns Kremmling is functional but a short drive will take you to some very nice mountain scenery.
(Note: The owner of this park had a serious accident just prior to our arrival. This review assumes that the facilities would be much the same or better if he was present. The cooperation of neighbors and seasonal campers suggest that the owners are good people.) The location is beautiful, mountains all around. Utilities worked fine, wifi is limited to in or near the office. Although a fishing and "off road" park it was peaceful (aside from one camper who cared less about who was bothered). A previous reviewer noted a dirt road access (CR 30). It is about the best dirt road you will ever drive in the mountains and do not be concerned. five miles past the campground is 4-wheel country. There is a lot of wildlife in the area so use caution.
This is an OK park. There was a staff of one when we checked in. He was maintenance, office, and anything else. He should be teaching customer service to campground owners. It is a dusty place (it is SW Utah) but there is some shade. The Wi-Fi worked well for us, as did the full hookup utilities. The restrooms/showers are dated and inadequate for the size of the park. They were clean. The web site says propane but they no longer have it. The nearby Sinclair station does. Not a fault of the park, except they fail to mention it in their rules, but other campers walk through your campsite on a regular basis. Add to this unsupervised children, noise, and even fireworks. It is a good base camp for the national parks and other attractions.
If a park is neat, clean, and do what they advertise it gets a 7 from us. Sundance deserves an 8 (maybe a 9) as it is above average. The restrooms/showers are cleaned daily and it is done well, and there are bathmats in each shower compartment. The staff is friendly and attends to problems. It is well positioned as a base camp to visit all the sites (and there are a lot). Negatives: Our site 52 had the cleaning area for an equipment rental directly behind us. Pressure washing noise started early and was off an on all day. This is not the Park's fault but the sites in this area will be affected. Also, the bathrooms/showers are not accessible per ADA standards. The wifi was very good and the water/elec/sewer was first rate. Note: If plain simple food is to your liking don't hesitate to go to Jack and Janelle's next door. (Ask for the Senior discount if you qualify.)
This a nice park; still improving. Our site was level and the utilities convenient. Electrical service was fine but use a regulator for water. It is quiet once the owners stop working sometimes at dusk. It is at the foot of the mountains although the drive to Taos (20 miles) is a plateau. Restrooms/showers are convenient and clean, however, shower area has no curtained or walled changing area and would be visible from the open door. Questa has very limited services but Taos has everything including traffic congestion (go with the flow and be patient). Take the loop drive through Red river to Angel Fire to Taos. Stop for tamales. Rate is unadvertised PA weekly.
OK overnight park. Owner was nice and the site was fine. Only problem was traffic noise from I-70. If there had not been a south wind the noise would have been much less. However during a western Kansas summer there is always a south wind. A/C and closed windows solved that problem. The park is VERY convenient to the highway. A pizza place, Subway, and a family restaurant are within walking distance. Rate cited is with a Passport America discount.
This park is fine for an overnight or even a couple of nights if you need a break/rest but do not need to be entertained. The owner and "staff" could not be more helpful and friendly. There is a small (by today's standards) grocery store within walking distance. The only restaurant is an order at the counter place at the gas station on the Interstate. It is close enough to Denver to avoid the evening rush is you get a good start. The rate is PA.
The general info about this park is correct. We stayed five days visiting relatives. The facilities are acceptable except the WiFi was only available at the clubhouse. There is a lot of daytime traffic and occasional emergency vehicle sirens from nearby Hampden and Federal. The site we were assigned required crawling under the trailer to install the dump hose. The staff were nice and the park is convenient to SW metro Denver.
We did an overnight and had a pull-thru near the entrance. Park staff was very nice. As it was hot and the AC was running we did not hear traffic noise which would have been minimal. The park is 4 miles from I-70. It is a nicely wooded park and caters to seasonals and the pool was well stocked with children. It is part of a lot of entertainment activities. It seemed a good family park. With mature trees and winding roads it may be a challenge for large rigs. T-storms cleared the pool in early evening but music continued to be broadcast outdoors all night. If we had not run the AC and had windows open this would have been very annoying. The rate is PA with a additional $3 for AC.
Camping fee posted is for the Golden Buckeye Card (Seniors), 1/2 price. Unlike some other states there is no additional daily use fee at Ohio State Parks. Salt Fork is an "outdoor" park, meaning trails, lake, outdoor stuff. Sites are large and diverse. Camp area "C," has shade and is close to a bath house. It has no playground equipment but other areas do. There are a few full hookups but reservations for those are probably a necessity. The facilities are dated but are clean. The park is 6 miles from I-77 (exit 47), and it is a couple of more miles from the entrance to the campground. Roads are very good and most sites are level or might require a block. Watch for wildlife. There is a lodge with restaurant. There are convenience stores nearby and Cambridge is about 10 miles and has Walmart, supermarkets, chain restaurants, and other.
We stayed at this campground for two months. It is attractive, well laid out, and convenient for a long stay. All the facilities were very clean. The owners respond to all problems immediately. We were on a gravel site in the "overflow" section and it required minimal leveling and slight adjustment with the utilities. But, the trade-off was a quiet shady site that contributed to sleeping late. It is the best place to eat in the county (the Sunday pot lucks). The rest of the week there is a good choice of affordable restaurants and three supermarkets about 10 miles away. Abundant day trips are possible using this as home base. The rate is Passport although the monthly rate was less.
Campground is a bit less than 20 miles from Charleston and outside the major congestion. Level, grass site which was very wet (large puddle) after two days of heavy rain. It is an attractive wooded campground where a herd of Muscovy ducks roam free. The restrooms/showers were dated but clean. They had just installed a new WiFi system that was all but perfect. It is convenient to Charleston, Folly Beach, and other sites. A Publix grocery and Walmart are not too far away, and there are a few restaurants. Of note is Harvest Moon that has simple quality grub at moderate price. Camping rate is Passport.
Campground is a work in progress. Worth the Passport price. Minimal leveling and utilities can be an inconvenient distance. Campground provide 50 to 30 map adapter. New Bern is a short drive with a supermarket even closer. Main problem is contacting owner who is a construction contractor. There was no additional staff. Not a resort but worth the Passport cost.
Overall a very nice park. Gravel site was level and utilities were close. Restrooms/showers were "dated" but on good repair and clean. Office staff was helpful. All shopping and restaurants were just a short drive. Convenient to all the historic sites. The only negative is the trains, frequent, noisy, and will shake your rig a bit. Rate is Passport.