This campground is a gravel and dust filled field with no picnic tables, no restrooms, no showers and a sewer system that doesn't work well. The Wi-Fi does not work. The is no cable TV. The owners are offsite. The sites are not level. This is the worst campground I have ever visited.
The sewer pipe was too high and the tanks would not drain. Our site, as well as most of the campsites, were flooded. We had a stream running under our trailer. We were never able to access the Wi-Fi. Our site was a dirt/gravel mixture. I would not stay here again.
We enjoyed the meals at the restaurant. The Wi-Fi was very slow and difficult to obtain a signal. The restrooms were very small and lacked attention. The site were gravel and were not level. The staff were friendly. Most sites were well shaded. The store had reasonably priced clothes and other items.
The boot on the sewer connections leaks sewer gas and liquids. Some lots really stink. The lots are stone covered and they are not level. The spaces were flooded while we were here. All pull vehicles must be detached because the lots are so small. The staff will "bark" at you if any wheels touch their grass. The Wi-Fi reception was poor.
We had to move to several sites in order to find a good electrical box. The service poles in some sites are about to fall over. We had to take cold showers because there wasn't any hot water. The campground was supposed to have a restaurant, but it was closed. The sites were dirt. This campground has some serious problems that need to be corrected. Updates need to be made as soon as possible. It was difficult to reach the staff via the telephone. No one was there.
You would think that a campground that charges $46 a night would provide level sites. The sites were dirt and gravel. A man and his little boy were raking the dirt to level off the sites. There were deep ruts in some sites. The campground involves a difficult and long drive from Austin. Although the staff were friendly and helpful, we would not stay here again.
This was a return visit for our family. It is refreshing to see companies that really understand the RV camping business. This is a well maintained facility with a friendly and efficient staff. The campground offers a free, hearty breakfast in the morning. The sites were level. The grounds were well maintained. We will stay here again. We have recommended this place to our friends.
The RV sites are level and cement. It has easy access to I-10. The hosts were friendly. How ironic that we have paid almost twice as much in other campgrounds with sites composed of gravel and dirt. There is plenty of space for the tow vehicle and the RV. We would stay here again. We paid $25 cash only.
The staff provided transportation in order to meet friends. The manager is a very friendly person. The park is very clean and well kept. I would stay here again. It was very restful and safe for elderly travelers.
There was a traffic jam created when people were at the single dump outlet. Some people could not leave the park. Heavy erosion has caused some sites to have severe slopes. Other sites were level with gravel. Good sites are hit and miss. It took a lot of maneuvering to get into our site. This campground is more suited for tent campers or small pop-up campers.The hosts were friendly and helpful, however some of the office staff were not a bit friendly. This park has clearly been neglected by the state of Florida. Our trailer was on a dangerous slope and we never could get it balanced. A vicious dog lunged at us each time we walked on the street to the facility house.
It was nice to be greeted by a friendly clerk when we checked in for our overnight stay. The site was dirt and level. The restroom/showers had no paper towels. The floors were very dirty and water pooled up in the showers. This is a convenient location for visiting Armstrong Atlantic State University or Savannah. The park has a large growth of Live Oak trees. I parked here 29 years ago and not many changes have been done to the park. I suggest you use your on board toilet and shower.
The campsites are on slanted dirt lots which flood when it rains. The staff are not very friendly. The area is infested with mosquitoes. The restroom floors and shower floors were covered in dirt. The campground is designed for tent campers and for people that do not suffer from smoke filled air. Definitely not worth the trip. Charleston, SC is a great place to visit, but we would not return to this campground.
The shower was closed between 7:00AM and 9:00AM because that fits better into the staff schedule. The showers and bathrooms were filthy. The tent campers filled our trailer with choking smoke. They were about five feet from our trailer. This campsites were too small for us to enter and exit. We had to negotiate into other adjacent sites. If those sites would have been filled, we would have been blocked from exiting. Jekyll Island is a fantastic place to visit, but I would not stay in this campground. This campground is poorly managed.
My wife said the women's shower and bathroom needed repairs. The men's restroom was nice. I enjoyed biking on the roads and viewing the gopher tortoises. The sunset on the lake was beautiful. We rented the enclosed shelter #3. It was very nice. It had a refrigerator, stove and a nice front porch. The ADA site was paved with a cement patio, fire pit, light pole and picnic table. The hosts were very friendly. The park was located on Georgia Highway 37. It was only 6 miles from I-75, shops and restaurants. The laundry had new machines. We would stay here again. A nice park for a group rally.
This was a wonderful camping experience. We camped here with our Airstream owners club. The park staff gave us a tour of the Carillon Tower house, the Stephen Foster diorama museum and the craft center. We also visited the Telford Inn adjacent to the park for a wonderful evening meal. The sites were level and well maintained. The showers and bathrooms were well equipped and very clean. This is one of the best state parks in the United States. We hope to return many times in the future. There were 45 people in our party. Everyone had a good time.
The sites were level. The RV pads were paved and level. The patio areas were packed gravel with a fire pit, charcoal grill, picnic table and lantern pole. The lake was clear and smooth. Boats can be anchored adjacent to your campsites. This is a well maintained park.
We did not need a sewer hook-up so they parked us in a "economy site". It was a field with a water pipe and a 30 amp electric. It was full of fire ants. The toilets and showers were in a modular building. We would not stay here again.
The sites are paved and level. The water, sewer, and electric outlets were well placed. The grounds well well maintained. This is one of the finest RV parks in the country. We would love to stay here again.
The sites were gravel, but level. The water, sewer and electric outlets were well placed. At one time this park was probably a great place with a good infrastructure. Now the park has fallen on hard times. The buildings need paint and fixing. The entire park was covered with sand burs and brambles. The showers were once well equipped, but now they are dirty and neglected.
The park has an indoor pool. Although the park was gravel covered, all sites were level. The grounds were well groomed with desert plants. The water, sewer and electric outlets were well placed. The shower/toilet areas were well maintained and beautiful. We have recommended this park to our friends traveling through New Mexico.
The park is located within the city. The sites are on a paved parking lot, but are level. Most of the sites are for "park models". The staff are friendly and helpful. This is a good spot if you are visiting friends in the center of Scottsdale or Phoenix. Sites are back in only. We would probably stay here again.
Our site was a back in site on gravel. It was almost level. The showers were clean, but the water from the showers drenched the floor where your shoes sit. Water does run downhill! The sites were well shaded with picnic tables. The owners are infatuated with rules and signs. We were handed several pages of rules when we signed in at the desk. We probably would not stay here again because we would probably anger the owners by having a good time.
The sites were not very level. There were only two toilets for 124 sites. The showers were very clean, tiled and well equipped. The laundry is very clean. There is a large covered picnic area. We were charged full price to store our trailer here while we took the train to the Grand Canyon. The staff for the railway were not helpful with our luggage. The park is located in the heart of Williams, AZ. We probably would not stay here again because we felt we were overcharged. The staff seemed to be indifferent. The train is a good adventure, but the RV park is not.
The staff were friendly and well informed about auto repairs and diesel prices. The sites were easy to exit and enter. We enjoyed the outdoor cookouts in the evening and the pancakes in the morning. The sites were not paved, but were level. The restrooms and showers were clean and well equipped. We would stay here again.
This is a free campground. Find a space and pull into the site. There are no reservations. There is a water outlet on the grounds. We walked to the Thunderbird Cafeteria a half block away. We enjoyed the food. We were somewhat annoyed by dogs barking all night long in the area. The host was very helpful. We showered in our trailer with on board water. Our site was shaded. The dusty roads were wetted down by highway staff. There is a dump station in the park close to the host site. Picnic tables were provided. The area is plagued with millions of ants.
The sites were gravel, but the sites were level. The water was of a high quality. The park sites were shaded with small trees and a small amount of grass. The staff were friendly and helpful. This park is located on Route 66 in Santa Rosa. It was convenient to find. It has a nice laundry. We ate at the restaurant located in the office and we enjoyed the food and the service. The water, sewer and electrical outlets were well placed. After a long day on the road, we enjoyed our overnight stay here. We enjoyed listening to the trains off in the distance as we dozed off to sleep. We would stay here again.
This park is located in a very convenient location. The paved sites were level. Picnic tables were located on cement pads. The property is well maintained. The staff was courteous and very well informed. A shuttle is available when you stay here. The wide paved roads afforded us easy entry and exit to our site. Propane gas is available in the park. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is a short distance from the park. You must take time to visit this unique museum. These people know how to design and operate an RV resort.
This park was a pleasant surprise. It is located in a beautiful woods close to the Natchez Trace on route 61. It is a quite setting. The sites were paved. The cement patios had clean picnic tables. The sites were level and easy to negotiate. The restrooms and showers were well equipped and well clean. We plan to stay here again soon. The utilities were well placed for a quick RV attachment. We saw some wildlife. The people we met in the area were very friendly.
This park has wonderful level, cement, pull through sites with picnic tables. The sites are located beneath large Live Oak trees covered with Spanish moss. The pool and the showers were very clean. The park is 1/2 block from Travel Country RV Center where we got excellent service for our air conditioner. The outlet mall was one block away. This park has easy access from Interstate 75. The air conditioned convention center is great for large rallies. The staff is very friendly. The grounds were well groomed. I would have given the park a "10", but there was a plumbing problem that was not promptly corrected. We would stay here again.
The restroom/shower was not air conditioned and the exhaust fans were not working. Because it was so hot in the restroom/shower, we were covered in sweat after our showers. We stayed on lot #42. It was not level and the curbside wheels on our trailer were off the ground in order to make our trailer level. Even the paved lots were not level. This campground was constructed on a hill and not much has been done to make it easy to have a level campground site. Woe to the overnight camper who tries to pull into a site late at night. It took me about two hours to level my trailer. The cost of this campground is higher than other campgrounds in the area.
The nightly rates have almost doubled since last year. The restrooms were not cared for as frequently as needed. Sand was on the floor and paper towels holders were empty. This campground charges five-star rates, but it falls short. The view is beautiful and the pool is great. The sites need to be leveled. I expect full paved lots and patios for these site rates.
This campground is located close to the bay side of St. George Island in the woods. We found the staff to be very helpful and friendly. The restrooms and showers were very clean and modern. Because the sites are wooded, insects can be very heavy at times. This is one of the most beautiful areas in Florida to visit. We enjoyed side trips into nearby Apalachicola for the great seafood and the Old Time Soda Fountain for ice cream.
The owners went out of their way to help a single lady in our group set up her trailer and connect cable TV for her. The showers and bathrooms were modern and very clean. The campground is located within walking distance to the beautiful Flint river. We enjoyed a beautiful, quiet walk to the park across the road. This is an ideal campground for fishermen and boaters. The location is convenient to the highway from Dolthan to Tallahassee. The owners really made us feel welcome.
This campground is well located. The staff was very friendly and efficient. We got great directions to the Truman Library. Entry into the park was uphill. Our site was not very level and it was difficult to level our trailer. We were very close to our neighbors. It was kind of difficult to exit our campsite. The showers and pool were well maintained. This park is well positioned off Interstate 70
The entry into the campground is well designed to bring in big rigs efficiently. The desk staff had a lot of knowledge about the area attractions. The sites were clean and level. Hooking up was easy. Entry and exiting the sites was easy. This campground is centrally located in Rapid City in the heart of all the attractions. The park offers a neat pancake cookout on their patio for a small charge. It was nice to have a cooked breakfast in order to see the surrounding sites. The shower setups were unique and very clean. This park is able to accommodate a large number of big rigs in an efficient manner. Bunnies roamed around the campground nibbling on the grass.
We were escorted to our campsite by two staff members. The sites consisted of a grassy recreational area outside each trailer. The area on which the trailer sat was a well packed, level gravel. Hooking up was easy. Entry into the space and exiting was easy. After driving all day, l really enjoyed the hot tub. This is a popular stop. I would reserve early to insure that you have a spot.
We were happy to see this campground after traveling through Wyoming and Nebraska. The staff was friendly and efficient. It was refreshing to eat at one of the restaurants that were walking distance from the campground. It was great to take a nice warm shower in their clean facilities. It was nice to see this well maintained campground in this area on the prairie. The campsites were level, easy to enter and exit. Hooking up was easy.
This park is operated by a friendly, efficient staff. The park is clean and conveniently located within walking distance to all the major attractions in Cody. The staff gave us an orientation to all the attractions in Cody. Cody is one of the nicest, friendliest towns in the west.
We arrived late at the campground after their quiet hour. We requested a campsite with full hookups. The roads in the campground appeared to be partially washed out by rain. The roads were rough and barely visible late at night. The campground is located on a steep hill and our campsite was very slanted. It was too late (after the quiet hour) to balance the trailer with multiple boards under the tires in the darkness. We were unable to use the full hookups because our trailer could not be balanced. The showers were located down a steep dark hill. Some of the staff did not report to work the next morning and the staff members present, were too busy to talk to us. We attempted to communicate with the campground management and the campground association, but they refused to listen to our complaints. Our trip was over 4000 miles, and this was our only bad experience.