All I can say is that there is a train that goes ALL NIGHT LONG, every hour and 45 minutes, through somewhere close to the park. A good night's sleep was impossible. The sites are slammed up against one another and the pool was murky. They were nice enough and our hook ups worked fine, but there was literally no room on either side of us, we were packed in like sardines. If I had to do it all over again, I would stay at Cedar Point itself. Not sure about their amenities, but there is no train to deal with and it is right at the park. Out of the 17 places we stayed during our excursion, this was the worst, by far.
Great location for seeing NYC for sure. It was VERY safe and we walked to and from the subway at midnight with our young children, so this is not an issue at all. This is really an RV parking lot with hook ups, so keep that in mind. It does have laundry, bathrooms and wireless (for an extra fee of $5/day), but that is it. They advertise they are closer to the city than they are. There is a ferry, but it doesn't run on the weekends. The ferry, if you walked up at the perfect time to catch a boat, would take you 15 minutes. The subway from 30-45 minutes, depending on how long you wait for a train. I still thought it was the perfect location and it gave us the opportunity to see NYC with little hassle. The walk to the subway is around 15 minutes, so we sure to be prepared for that, but you have no reason to feel unsafe, as it's really a very safe neighborhood.
This park would have gotten a 10, had it not been so expensive. They charged us $95/night holiday rate, plus $5 per child for a total of $110. On top of that, is their activity fee of $20/night to use the boats and zipline. I didn't mind paying that so much, but they make you do all your nights here, and instead should allow you to minus one, since check-in is in the afternoon and check-out is in the morning. The other negative is that their wireless was awful. They need more routers and to place one in the back of the park. They also advertised a heated pool, but it was freezing. Aside from the above, the site is very clean and the sites themselves were spacious and nicely put together. The lake is wonderful and the ziplines are fun (though only available for one hour a day). The pool was clean and the overall look of the park was certainly resort like. The location was great for Niagara Falls, only 10 minutes away. Enterprise will pick you up for a car rental, which is what we chose to do. Our stay was very pleasant and I would recommend this park, as long as you aren't gun shy about laying out the dough necessary to stay here.
So let me start off with this. It's the only game in town if you want a good location to DC! My low rating is more for the site itself (especially for the price they charge), not for the park, which was quite nice. We paid for a premium site, but when we arrived, there was a boat to the left (that they should have never let park there), a truck to the right and a dumpster in front, across the street. With our 40' RV, it was impossible to get in. I had to explain to them that a site that is impossible to get in, by definition, is not premium!!! They did help us get in, after that boat was moved, and the only way was to move all the outdoor furniture and picnic benches and roll over the brick pad that wasn't made for driving over. Their sites are just plain too tight and they don't have a lot of pull throughs. They also say they are closer to DC than they are. You have to take a bus and metro and it takes at least an hour, more if you need to go on anything but the green line. All in all, it was a good location, and did have some fun amenities for the kids, but getting settled was very stressful and the sites were far too tight.
This was a great site for the kids. They have a water slide at the pool, mini golf, batting cages and an arcade. They did a flashlight candy hunt at dark and they also hosted karaoke, which was fun. The sites were level and shady. It was a good location, right off of the freeway, but not close enough to hear it. We used this as a stop on our way from TN through VA. We stopped at the Natural Bridges on our way out, only 2 hours away, which was worth the stop and nicely located near the park. I would stay here again.
This campground was a pleasant surprise. We selected it for its close proximity to Graceland and didn't have high expectations. When you get to the neighborhood, you will be concerned, but the park itself is safe and clean. They have security roaming constantly (I wouldn't say Memphis itself felt like the safest of cities). The pool was small, but nice. I wouldn't say the staff was full of hospitality, but they weren't rude either. They have a $5/person shuttle to downtown right next door and you can walk to Graceland in minutes. We enjoyed our short one night stay here.
This KOA was fantastic! The owners checked us in and then personally led us to our site with their golf cart. They showed wonderful hospitality that was much appreciated! The camp was beautiful with many huge trees. Each site had trees and a picnic bench, which we loved. The site was manicured with a decent size pool. Our hookups, cable, and wireless worked perfectly. My only complaint is the locusts, boy were they loud! I highly recommend this place and it's owners. We stayed for one night on our way across country. It is easily accessed off of the main freeway.
The owners were amazing and super friendly! You want to give them business just for being so customer oriented! Site was level and hook ups, wireless and cable worked great. Our kids loved the ice cream social and it was a bargain! My only real complaints would be that the pool could be larger and the site would be far more inviting with larger trees peppered throughout. It was right off of the freeway, but the noise didn't bother us and it was worth the convenience to freeway access. We stayed here for one night on our way across the country.