This park is an easy access from Wray. It is a very clean and well maintained RV park. There are some long term residents. The showers are pay. The current owners have sold the park and we were told that the new owners intend to continue operations. There is some road and train noise, but a fan muffled it for us.
This town was devastated by a tornado spring of 2014 and has come back amazingly. The campground now has 50 amp service but the pool and tennis court are currently closed. We did not use the restrooms but they are functional and were cleaned the morning we were there. The grounds and each site are on well maintained grass. Even though there was a lot of rain during the night, the sites were high enough to stay dry. We would recommend staying here as a great overnight spot. Payments are by donation - they need it.
The rate reflects a senior discount. We really liked this campground. We were not on the water but had a very comfortable, shady, and level spot near the restrooms. The hosts checked on us regularly and even with the campground mostly filled, it was very quiet. The restrooms and showers were spotless. We will be back to this campground.
The first site we were put in had trees and bushes that rubbed up against the motor home without the slides extended and we would not have been able to use our awning. We asked for a second site. Both sites were VERY uneven and we were not able to level. The cable connections were shared requiring us to use 40 feet of cable. The internet quit working on the second day. The showers and restrooms were clean but old. The managers were not quick in responding to emails in setting up our reservation (they responded to our friends questions 1 day after our friends left). There is quite a bit of noise from the freeway. Finally, we stepped in dog poop just as we were leaving our site. We will NOT stay here again.
We had a wonderful 12 day stay at Cherry Hill Park. The staff were fantastic and very helpful - especially with planning our visits to Washington DC attractions. Their service was the best we have ever had. Our rate reflects a military discount. Our RV site was roomier than we expected with a gravel pad, picnic area (other sites had brick picnic areas) and well cared for grass. We enjoyed having several campfires using their very reasonably priced campfire wood which they delivered to our site. The facilities were immaculate and we especially enjoyed the spa and pool. The restrooms were sparkly clean and the showers were very roomy. We found the store to be well stocked and with a better variety than most parks. We were disappointed with the noise from the highway, but that was not unexpected (this is what resulted in a lower rating). We will return but ask for a site with more protection from the noise although it did eventually become "background noise". Finally, the proximity to Washington DC and the many different modes of transportation available right at the park to go sightseeing make Cherry Hill the perfect place to stay when in the area. We highly recommend this park.
Our rate reflects 5 days at Passport America rates and 2 days with a military discount. This park was quiet and very comfortable. The owners were exceptionally friendly and said hello daily. The pool was heated, but still cool and there are many pieces of outdoor playground equipment for children. The campground was central to many of the wineries and close to several state parks that we toured. We will return to this campground.
This is a nicely landscaped campground (split between areas across the street from each other) but it really needs upgrading. The manager was friendly, helpful and shared from his garden! We received coupons for the local casino for a 2 for 1 dinner and free casino play. The bathrooms were dated but OK. Even though the campground really needs work, the manager makes it a great place to stop. We would consider returning.
This is a gem of a campground. It is peaceful and quiet. The restrooms and showers were very clean. The showers were quite large however one shower was not working in the women's restroom. There were deer, turkeys and many birds around. The pool was still open although not heated. There is Wi-Fi available in the laundry room and it worked great. We will return when we are in the area.
This is an average park. Internet and cable worked great but the hot tub was not working. We had deer walk through the site next to us and we could hear the sea lions. It was easy in and out. It was a bit of a walk down the road to get to the state park trails. We would camp here again.
Beautiful campground with super wide sites that had room for slide outs, awnings, our car and the picnic table! Great location for going to Hell's gate, rafting and general sightseeing. We were going to stay one night and after seeing the campground stayed for three. Great owners who take pride in the campground, were very friendly and also helpful in pointing out things to see and do. Wi-Fi was weak to begin with but they worked to resolve the issue. Easy in and out with some road noise that was minimal by early evening. We will stay here again.
Great campground. Located just 5 miles from 16 and has easy access. Beautiful mountain and river views everywhere. Quiet and a great relief from the gravel lots further north. Women's showers were not working, but the bathrooms were very nice. We had good internet and several local television stations. We will stay here when we are in the area again.
This campground was a refreshing change from the "parking lots" we had been in. Grass at almost every site, incredibly gorgeous views, and staff that were friendly, helpful and so very nice. We stayed a week and then extended for a few more days because we liked it so much. They helped us to arrange a fishing trip and a visit to Katmai. They even helped us to find the best value by making calls for us!!! We will stop here ANY time were are near and may come back specifically to stay here. We just loved it.
Way too crowded. We had little space to park our motor home, much less the car. With revised space allotment, it could be a very nice park. Coin-operated showers, fabulous view and an easy drive to Denali Parks. Unfortunately, because of spacing, we will not stay here again.
Nice park on the Toad River. Easy in an out pull-through sites. Beautiful setting. We watched a bull moose across the river for several hours at night and then a cow moose in the morning. WiFi worked only inside the building. The staff person did not seem to understand English when we were trying to pick out a site. She also provided no directions on how to enter the camping area.
This campground is basically an overpriced parking lot with electric and water. The price paid reflects a Good Sam discount. Sites were so close you could shake your neighbors's hand. Very dusty. WiFi works only at the building. However, it was quiet and the showers were nice and large. OK for a stopover if you have to. We probably won't return.
We liked this very unique campground. It is not typical, but it provides a very nice rustic setting on the river and fantastic hosts. They are in the process of remodeling the restrooms and showers. The Wi-Fi on the front porch worked perfectly. As others have said there is no TV or phone: we loved it. We had a river-front site. The owner offers a free stay to a randomly chosen guest when ever there are more than 6 guests staying on any night. Very cool! We WILL stay here again.
Sites were dry and tight. We asked for a site with full hookups including Wi-Fi and cable TV. We were escorted to a site without cable. We asked to be moved and had the request granted. Bathrooms were old and 2 of the 3 women's coin-operated showers were out of order. Across the street kids ran up and down the hill on 4 wheel ATVs and mini-bikes for several hours. Very noisy and dusty. We might stay here again: not a lot of choices.
Good park for overnight or longer. We were also getting ready to enter Canada. Sites were fairly level gravel with lots of grass. There are back in and pull through sites. Watch out for many deep potholes in the campground road. Automatic watering system for the grass went off at supper time spraying the picnic table and part of the tow car. Glad we ate inside. We will return to this campground when we are in the area.
This campground seems to be a nice work in progress, but a bit pricey for what they have thus far. Very private coin-operated shower rooms with huge showers. Did not like that you have to take your shoes off in an entry area to the building. Nice community room (locked). The sites are mostly level gravel with minimal grass. The Wi-Fi fluctuated and could be slow when there were many users. Rate reflects Good Sam and taxes. We might camp here again.
Nice large and level gravel sites. Clean, well maintained, and friendly. Nice restrooms and showers. The only negative is the Wi-Fi did not reach all sites. The rate shown is Good Sam's. We would stay here again.
We used one of three pull through sites. One is in use by the campground host. The site was a very tight turn and we needed to use the grass to turn in our 35' rig and toad. The campground is 12 miles off of the interstate, however, it was peaceful and quiet. Cows and their calves greeted us in the morning from the pasture outside our windows. We will return here and investigate the rest of this campground.
This park is OK for a stopover. The sites are all pull through with minimal vegetation - no shade. The Wi-Fi did not work and there were several small children running around on small 4 wheelers creating a lot of dust. After dinner the adults started on their 4 wheelers. The bathrooms were dated but clean. Check in is on your own. Mostly permanent residents. We would not stay here unless there were no other choice.
Nice basic overnight spot with grass sites. Fantastic bathrooms and showers that were absolutely spotless. There is traffic noise. The layout of the park is confusing - make sure to get exact directions. Sites 32 and 33 have low and close trees. They are not really pull through sites.
Parks was clean but sites are small. Many long term folks with noisy diesel trucks coming and going late into the evening. Trains nearby blew their horns for, what sounded like, every single crossing all night long. We will not be back.
This is a Carefree Park with mostly seasonal/long term residents. Entry road is narrow. Staff were friendly. Bathrooms were old but clean. Our site (A3) was 2 feet from the neighbors shed and we could watch & listen to their TV. Residents used the site next to us to drive their cars and carts through and walk/relieve their dogs. This park is acceptable for overnight and for Visiting Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park which is less than 1 mile away. Proximity to the park is the only reason we would come back.
This park is a pasture with hookups. No bathroom or shower. When we asked about them we were asked, "Don't you have a bathroom in your RV?" We paid $20 which was a discounted rate. $10 would be overpriced. It is a NOT a quiet park - there was lots of freeway noise. We did not see 30 full hookup sites.
A pricey but very nice campground. The staff were very helpful, knowledgeable and provided and escort to your site where they also sanitized the water hookup. We loved the pool and hot tub and the restroom and showers were very clean. The free Wi-Fi worked perfectly.
This is a very nice campground despite stopping during a very rainy week. However, we wanted to dump but the area was too wet. The owners were very friendly and the country-type shows they have sound like they would be very enjoyable. The bathrooms were very clean and looked well cared for. The free Wi-fi worked perfectly.
We would not stay here again. When we asked about the pool being open, we were asked if we wanted to pay the heating bill. The owners were very rude and disrespectful. He was especially nasty. The Wi-Fi did not work even in the building and the water pressure was very, very low. The bathrooms were almost unacceptable and the cable was very poor quality.