Our first week here was $77 based on Passport America Rate. We liked it so much we stayed an extra month. There are no washrooms, showers, pools, hot tubs etc. There is a laundry and a clubhouse. Library not set up yet. This park is brand new. There's rarely anyone at the office at this point. Sites are huge with paved roads although sites aren't paved. Sites with view more expensive. Fairly close to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Park located west of Tucson off Ajo Highway. We tend not to use the extra amenities that's why I gave it a high rating.
This place is getting a bad rap with the narrow roads comments. The roads aren't that bad. We have a 38 ft fifth wheel and had no problem and our site was on the top level. Yes, there are hills. You're on a mountain! The sites are narrow however, no picnic table but the price was right as it's a Passport America campground. We stayed 4 nights and it suited us well. They have wifi near the office and in the library. The library is very nice, books, games, tapes, laundry is $1.00 to wash and .25 for 15 min.to dry.
This is a beautiful place to spend time. The only drawback is the 10% grade over 1 mile to get in and out of the park. It's quite a haul but the scenery and wildlife are worth it. It was quiet and peaceful except on the weekends. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. If you don't have a Texas State park pass the daily rate for RVs is $24.
This is a nice little park for $10 (honor system) with 30 amp service. It's a short drive into El Reno, but has a country feel. The dump station for the park is way on the other side of the golf course so it's quite a distance away. There are no signs within the park to tell you where it is. We went to the Chamber of Commerce office to find out. Great value for the money.There are no rest rooms or laundry room on site.
This park would be a 10 if they had sewers. Nice large sites. Ours was backing on Aransas Bay, clear view of the south for the satellites. The wooded area would have problems accessing satellite in a lot of spots. Lots of birds to see. Jan/Feb/Mar they have a bird walk four mornings a week. They also had slide shows at the rec centre to explain what is happening at GISP, bird identification, all sorts of things. They even have a book exchange program and very close to Rockport for shopping etc. We enjoyed our stay here and would have stayed longer if they weren't full.
The biggest drawback to the State Park was the showers. They were grungy and need an overhaul. Other than that we enjoyed being at MISP. Being just a short walk to a very long beach was very enjoyable.
This is a new park right in town that opened last year. They don't have a swimming pool yet, their cable isn't hooked up yet, their wifi is intermittent but their sites are a good size and not right on top of each other and within walking distance of shops, restaurants and a nice park. We stayed for a month so the rate is based on monthly plus electric. We liked the location and we like the town very much. It's the nicest park in the area right now. We could see the satellite for our internet and TV without a problem. Staff are nice. Rec room is small for potlucks etc.
Very pretty, quiet area. Internet satellite access okay. Saw lots of deer. Not much water in falls due to dry season. We could only overnight as they were full for the weekend. Would return to this park. We bought a parks pass, otherwise there is also a daily admission fee.
Polite staff, clean park, easy to find, quiet and just outside Mount Pleasant which is a quaint town although it has all the amenities. No problem setting up our internet satellite. We would stay here again.
This campground is about 20 miles west of Memphis, TN on I-40. This park is badly in need of maintenance. Only 1 toilet worked in the men's washroom. In the laundry room 1 dryer was not vented and it was dirty. The good news is that it is right off of I-40. The bad news is that it is just across from a TA Truck Stop, so noisy day and night. Sewer didn't work at our site. We had to back out of our pull through to get out of our site, as the trees were too low for us to use the drive. Campground part of Super 8 campground. They had a pool and Wi-Fi. This used to be a KOA and I don't think anything has been done to it since they pulled out. It rained while we were here, and our rig was sitting in a lake. The lake is pretty but that's the only part that was pretty. The campground itself is functional and ok for a stopover.
Passport America rate. Washrooms were closed for the season. OK spot for overnighting. We have a 38ft fifth wheel and it just fit in the spot but we didn't have any trouble getting in or out. Very nice elderly lady greeted us. Had no problem with setting up our satellite internet. Campground does need some work-broken tables, leaky water taps but the price was good.
Rate is based on weekly rate. I thought it was expensive for off season; very clean park; nice washrooms, both of us showered for a quarter (communal showers); no lineups; not enough washers all in one place although there is more than one laundry room; quite handy to Montreal but lots of traffic at rush hour to cross the St. Lawrence River to get into Montreal; we have internet satellite and we able to get a signal;good store on site; RV service right next door; campground is in an industrial park;we had 30 amp service for this price, 50 amp is more.
There is a special on now for $99/wk for 30 amp; $5/day extra for 50 amp; Good Sam and Passport America available but not with the $99/wk special; very nice people; English spoken; petting zoo, playground. Sites are mostly grass and a bit wet when it rains, nice laundry room with outdoor clothes line; ferry about 10 min. away takes you to old Quebec City in about 12 min. A bit out of the way but a very nice campground. Wifi is free right now as just getting set up - it works intermittently.
Lots of beautiful scenery in this park. We had a beautiful view out our back window. Drawback for us techno types are you can't get internet or TV satellite from all spots (might get TV from some); lots of trees; they have 6 spots that have wifi ($40/wk) and satellite TV (didn't ask the price); we left after 1 day because we couldn't see our satellite.
Rate based on monthly rate. Sites backing on river have no sewer but dump station available. A lot of sites not level so leveling blocks needed. Sites are large. Close to Lindsay and a short drive to Peterborough. About 2 hrs from Toronto in the Kawartha Lakes District. River is Scugog River part of Trent-Severn Waterway. Family owned and operated. This is our third year coming here and we're treated like family! We like it here.
Rate is based on a monthly rate. This is a very pretty little campground on the banks of the Mississippi River. Most sites are seasonal with about 7 sites available for transients. The owners and staff are very helpful and friendly. The grounds are beautiful with lots of flower gardens. It's a short distance to Ottawa (about 1/2 hr) and a few minutes to Carleton Place for groceries etc. There is a swimming area cordoned off in the river but no pool. It's very quiet and peaceful here.
Rate based on weekly stay. This is a real campground complete with fire pits, a pond, two pools, 3 playgrounds so lots of people and lots of kids. There is a laundry room with 2 washers and 2 dryers but no place to hang up clothes. Sites are large. Drawbacks are no sewers but they do have a pump out service, pay showers and no paved roads. Very close to Upper Canada Village, short drive to Morrisburg for groceries. Campground has a store, a small snack bar, and a book exchange. Very few sites are internet satellite friendly.
I really like this park, has excellent access to Ottawa but only one site has a sewer connection. It has a really nice playground and a fountain for the kids to play in but no pool. The sites are huge, probably the largest I've seen in Ontario. The rate shown is based on a monthly rate (28 days), regular rate is $30/day. There is a small store in the office and the laundry room is really clean with lots of washers and dryers but expensive at $2/wash and $2/dry (1 hour).
This campground is right in the city. It's small but quite well kept. Nearly always full. Just off one of the main highways (#16) that comes into Ottawa from the south. Train track very near the park but the convenience makes up for the noise. Price based on monthly rate. Cash only.
This is nice as very few campgrounds in Ontario have 50 amp service. Passport America campground. Has water on 3 sides but most waterfront taken up by seasonal. There are some sites with water view. No cable (you get used to it in the US). Some sites need leveling blocks but most are not bad. Laundry room needs more dryers but price is good. We like it here.
Just off I-90 west of Erie, basic campground with 69 cable channels. No pool, gravel sites, pretty level, basic washrooms didn't use them but looked clean, friendly people, close to Presque Isle State Park. Good Sam Park. Fairly expensive for the amenities.
This campground is the closest one to the western part of Columbus. It doesn't have picnic tables as there is no room but it has everything you need, it's clean, friendly and helpful, no laundry room but laundromat close by, close to all kinds of shopping. We will probably stay here every year visiting family. It's not a beautiful park being right on SR40 but is functional. Rate reflects weekly rate. Can get 3 local TV stations with aerial.
Only a few sites would support internet satellite, wifi is free though, no cable. Quite a few deer around early in the morning. We stay here at least once a year when visiting family. It's the closest campground to family and the best one in the immediate area.
This is a Passport America campground. Office was open but no one there when we arrived, someone else was waiting too, no instructions, answering machine on. Someone showed up when we parked in a pull thru. Pull thrus are quite long but no sewer. We were told that we could let our gray water out on the ground. Rest rooms weren't open for the season.
This is a really nice RV Park. Large sites, lots of room, close to Branson. I only gave it a 9 because it only had basic cable (important to me), the interior roads were good but not paved, no fenced dog area, although they do provide an area around the perimeter to walk your dog. This claims to be Americas Best Campground but we've been in many that are better. Staff very friendly and helpful.
This campground has all the basics. Their washroom was older but clean. They are doing upgrades and adding more washrooms. Nice, quiet campground. The price was right - Passport America - $9 for 50 amp! We only stayed overnight so I didn't get around the park to see too much. We would stay here again but there's not much around Chandler. There's a WalMart about a mile away but not a SuperWalMart. No specific dog walk area but lots of places to walk.
Very convenient to fuel stops, I-40, about 35 mi. to Palo Duro Canyon State Park which is a must see, large sites, free cable & wifi, fenced dog walk & provide doggie bags for pickup. Probably a prettier park in summer but worked for us. Next time though we will stay at the State Park, nothing against this park though.
This is a very nice campground, clean, nicely landscaped but no cable except in executive sites. Their spots for parking at the laundry are very small for large trucks so I wound up going out to a laundromat instead. We would stay here again, very convenient to downtown,Old Town and Route 66, fairly close to grocery stores, about 1 hr to Santa Fe.
Not pretty but functional. Has 3 fenced doggie areas, only 1 shower for each men & women but very clean-strange set up though, paved, level sites, picnic tables, in town within walking distance of SuperWalMart and a variety of fast food places, all services at rear of site, some sites tight with 3 slides but we fit, good southern view for satellite. This is mostly a modular home park but has quite a few RV sites.
Very nice park, really big lots, very clean, lots of dog walking areas, nice laundry room but a bit cramped, nice common areas, close to Benson, very nice little town that has a grocery store and a couple of dollar stores. We would stay here again, in fact I wouldn't mind buying a site here. Passport America park - $133/wk.
No cable, bad smell in the area, train noise, people don't pick up after their dogs, dog walk area outside park, narrow sites, only 30 amp, older campground. (We used 2 pull through sites to accommodate our size.) Very convenient to Saguaro NP, downtown Tucson, paved streets in camp, helpful staff, common rooms & pool area nice. Based on weekly rate ($180 incl tax).
Free wifi, nice full private bathrooms, helpful friendly staff, free coffee, new park just over 2 years old, right off freeway, good size site, satellite friendly, ATV trail next to park for dog walking. Whiff of sewer smell on occasion but not enough to detract from a 10.
Wifi is free in the club house; we were here on a pay for 1 wk get 1 wk free; mostly a park model community but still lots of RV spaces; friendly people; lots of activities, all paved streets, 55 channel cable TV but no picnic table and no fenced dog run but all in all a very very nice park. I couldn't give it less than a 10 even without these things. There is a dog walk area but it's on a back street outside the park. A 55+ park. Close to all kinds of shopping and restaurants.
This is a very nice campground. I especially liked it because it has a fenced doggie run although it is very busy. It has basic cable TV. Nice small lending library, lots of puzzles, games rooms, pool & spa. Close to grocery store. Minuses included the showers although very clean were not private, no picnic tables although this seems to be the norm in the west. We would stay here again.
Good Sam weekly rate-$162+tax. Very nice park except no cable TV, wi fi is free, very close to Joshua Tree National Park, nice clubhouse, gym, indoor pool & spa, large laundry room, very little landscaping at sites. Friendly staff. Would stay here again.
No picnic tables. Stayed at week here with Good Sam rate. Doggie walk area-bags provided. Heavy smog almost daily; smell from fat rendering plant but nice park; close to city & shopping. Narrow paved sites; no ground or grassy area at site.
Also received a welcome basket, nice touch; very friendly and accommodating; located just inside town limits, easy access to grocery store & hardware store; convenient laundromat across the street; some problem with electricity while there, power went off quite often; wifi very convenient; dog walking area but garbage can provided not emptied while there; did enjoy our time at this location; Good Sam park
Sites very small; advertised they accommodate 40' RV's but barely room for slides, we had to finagle around to get our slides out; washroom/shower not open due to vandalism and no key offered; advertised as beach front-you can see the ocean but I didn't see a beach; Passport America accepted so we only paid $14, glad we didn't pay full price; we left today in the pouring rain as we didn't want to pay full price to stay there!
We only stayed overnight; wifi didn't work, cable didn't work, sites were small, hill on each side of site making it difficult to walk; we had planned to stay longer but because of the lack of amenities, we left the next day, couldn't set up internet satellite due to too many trees; park is easy to find but pulling off Trans Canada W/B no traffic light and traffic very busy.
Pay showers, wifi is free, 2 laundry rooms, 1 open 24 hrs, 15 min from White Rock Beach, directions to park in Trailer Life from Trans Canada not good anymore as you can't cross 152nd St, need to take 99A south from Hwy 10 then East on 40th Ave., some sites with clear view of southern sky for satellite hookup; we were barely able to find a clear window for satellite AMC9 for our internet satellite.
Definitely clean washrooms, great showers. Hot tub on deck overlooking Longbow Lake. Laundromat small and expensive ($3.00 to wash). Transient sites appear to be back ins and are across the road from the camp. Gas station (no diesel), store with LCBO within walking distance. About 12 km. from city of Kenora just off Hwy 17 heading to Winnipeg. The nightly rate is including the Good Sam Discount. Waterfront sites are for seasonal. Would definitely camp here again if in the area.
Campground is very clean and well-run however it is mostly for seasonal people. The oddest thing about the campground that Iíve never seen before is that they expect you to mow your own lawn or pay $10 to have it done. Very clean laundry room but only 3 washers and 3 dryers. Waterfront sites are taken up by seasonal units. Very pretty location on the Scugog River.