This is NOT a big motorhome friendly park. Roads are very narrow, with twisty turns, and potholes. Sites are narrow. It is easy on/off the Interstate. They charge extra for cable, but it is snowy on most channels.
Easy on off I-24. Front sites are water and electric only. If you need full hookups, they use the back, which is closer to the Interstate and much noisier. Wi-Fi is slow, sites are all gravel and mostly level.
Agree with most other reviews, but wanted to add some info. They do not take credit cards, the roads coming to the park are narrow and winding. The designated entrance is rather steep and hitch may bottom out. We used the entrance on the way out.
Weird entry/exit, the roads are reversed enter to the left, exit to the right. Site was long, but very narrow. Interior roads also narrow. Good shade on some sites. Pricey for the amenities. Hook ups are overgrown with decorative plantings, so you have to hunt for the water and cable.
Like it was said previously, this park is mostly permanent homes, with some RV sites. The sites are hard to get to, narrow roads, big trees. Site itself is grass, narrow, not level. To exit the site you have to go over a curb, and dodge the parked cars.
OK for an overnight stop. Road in, and interior roads very bumpy, so go slow. Site was long, grassy, mostly level. Cable and good Wi-Fi. No shade. Power fluctuated in the evening, must be when everybody is coming home and using the AC.
We have been to this "resort" before. While the sites are still paved and level, the roads wide with easy turns - the park is in need of some general maintenance and TLC. Cable TV was fuzzy, sites are full of weeds, roads are getting pot holes. There are a lot of "permanent" units with lots of associated paraphernalia. Next time we'll pick one of the other parks in Amarillo.
Very nice park. Big pull-thru sites are long, wide and level. Roads are wide enough for turns, only down is the route to the big sites is convoluted, but they guide you to them. No shade on big sites. Free breakfast, cable, and good Wi-Fi.
Very nice park. Sites are narrow, long and fairly level. No or little shade. Easy in and out for big rigs, except for the driveway being too narrow for two units to pass, otherwise very big rig friendly. Food, and ice cream social were a plus.
Big parking lot next to the train tracks. Sites are narrow and asphalt, so you must use pads under the jacks. The sites are long enough, but not very level, no shade. Trains at all hours. Good entrance/ exit road, with easy turns for big rigs.
Entrance/Exit is through concrete arches which do not line up with the roadway, so you must swerve to make the openings. Sites were paved, narrow, and level. Only a few sites have shade. Beautiful pool area.
What can I say, everything bad all the previous reviewers said is true. The sites are not level, very narrow, wires are hanging out. On a positive note the 50 Amp power did work. Pull-through sites are not at the park, but down the road. We only stayed because there was nowhere else to go.
What an excellent find! We usually don't stay in county parks because we don't fit, but this park's sites are big, wide and have plenty of space between, and most are shady. Roads are paved with smooth turns. Right on the river, and close to Coburg, and Eugene. Don't pay attention to Trailer Life book, there is 50/30 amp service, cable TV and WiFi!
They do NOT take credit cards, cash or check only. The pull-thru sites are up on top, steep, curvy, narrow road leading to them. They are long, but narrow, fairly level. Some shade. They have "cable" but you have to rent a box, which must be connected directly to TV, a big problem on our MoHo. Overall, an OK park for visiting Seattle.
Rate is for Passport America. No sewer, water & electric only. Sites are narrow, long and level. Very little, if any shade. No bath or facilities. Very close to the river. Friendly hosts. Takes Credit Cards.
Very tight entrance. Make sure you swing wide! Small campground. Sites are very narrow. Our slide was literally on top of our neighbors picnic table. Some shade and sites are mostly level. It is convenient to Coeur d' Alene, and the lake.
We had been here before, years ago. The park has been a little neglected, the roads are very bumpy, and need re-paving. The sites are narrow, but fairly level, small trees. Wi-Fi is for 2 days only, and weak in spots. Some rides and activities for kids. Overall an OK park, but could be better.
Nice park. We had a long pull-through site, fairly level. No shade at most sites, all gravel. Follow directions carefully, and you'll have no trouble finding the park. Caravans leave from here to Alaska, Calgary etc.
Narrow road leading to the park, and even narrower entrance road! Once inside the sites are shaded and wide. Nice couple own/run the park. It could be much better with a little work. The exit road was much better.
Sites are long, but very narrow, not very level. Little shade. BIG speed bumps on the road in. They charge extra for 50 Amp, and Credit Card use, although not mentioned in Trailer Life campground book.
This is brand new resort, as of 1-15-13. All lots are available for sale. Very nice sites, level, pavers, and lots of space in between sites. Trees are brand new, so no shade. Resort is right on the river, and has a boardwalk along the shore, but no boat dock. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. The only problem we encountered is the turn from 776 onto Kerrigan Circle road is very narrow and hard to make for big coaches.
Big park 3 miles off I-75. They advertise Passport America, BUT, will not honor rates, however off season rate is reasonable. Long pull-through, but narrow, and very little room between sites, very little shade. Lots of permanent RV's and park models. The park needs some TLC and to either drop PA or honor rates.
Good park for an overnight. Easy on/off I-70, we couldn't hear any road noise. Looks like they are trying to re-do and improve some of the sites. Long, narrow pull-through sites, OK for Big Rigs, no shade. Good Wi-Fi at our site.
Very nice park right of the road, but didn't get any noise. Convenient to Custer state park, and Mt. Rushmore. Sites are all pull through and long. Fairly level, but no shade. Passport America park, with reasonable rates, but close enough to the "attractions". Very Big Rig friendly. Cable is only a few channels, Wi-Fi was good.
This is a beautiful park. Nice shade trees, creek runs through the park. All sites are back-in. Sites are not very level, and most sites are very tight! Cable TV is only a few channels, and Wi-Fi is weak. Did I mention sites are tight? And some with trees IN the site! If you can get a site by the creek, those are wider, otherwise, you'll be on top of your neighbor!
Very nice campground. Pull through sites are long and have very little shade. Some of the back or front in sites have much better shade. Good WI-FI, and cable TV. Our pull in site was level with plenty of room and shade. Office personnel very friendly and helpful. Turkey and deer walk through the campground daily, watch your step!
Very nice campground, under new ownership. We have camped here before, and the previous managers were not very friendly. Big difference now, and they serve Pizza! Long narrow sites, some with shade. 50Amp sites do not have shade. Easy off/on the Interstate, very good for an overnight!
New park, all level concrete sites. NO trees, no pool, and they charge $47! There are no amenities around, not necessarily a good part of town even. A little difficult to find, if using GPS, use exit 1A, NOT 1B off I-135, as the interchange has been recently re-done. Except for the price, and lack of shade, this park could be a real good one.
We stayed here for 5 days, while attending a family event. Big sites, nice and wide, not very level. Very dusty because of no rain for a while. Originally were going to get a pull-through site, but decided on a back in because of shade. Did I mention it's been over 110 every day?! It's an older park, but well maintained. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. Rate reflects Passport America and Good Sam discounts.
We have been here before, but the park is going down hill. The interior dirt roads are deeply rutted, and big potholes. The sites have concrete slabs for the tires, but they are breaking and in need of repair. The park has certainly gone down in the last few years.
Very nice park, looks very new. All paved level sites. No shade, and it was HOT! Road to the park is 2 lane but well maintained, and only a couple of miles. It's a Passport America park, but they charge extra for use of a credit card. Overall a good place to camp.
This is an over 55 "snow bird" park. Sites are reserved months or years in advance. Sites are interspersed with Park models. The staff is excellent, the amenities are very good, and in "season" there are lots of activities. A few overnighters do come, but only occasionally. This is a great park if you can get a reservation.
Very nice park. Easy access from I-75. Park is in an old pecan grove. Tall trees, lots of shade. Sites are wide, mostly level, gravel with lots of room for slides. Great for an overnight stay in southern Georgia.
Nice park. Very weird entrance, with a sharp right turn followed by a left turn, and another sharp right. Sites are long but not very wide. Roads are also narrow, with speed bumps. All in all "doable" for a big rig, but NOT friendly.
Nice County park. Sites are paved and mostly shaded, BUT they are narrow, because of LARGE yellow poles protecting the hook-ups. Pool was only open on weekends. Lots of feral cats roaming the area. BIG speed bumps at entrance.
Passport America park. Site was long and mostly level, grass, no shade trees. Won't take a Credit Card for under $25. Good for an overnight stay. Was just a couple of miles from I-75, next to US 301 so some road noise. OK for "Big Rigs."
Yes they give a "military" discount, which is very nice. Close to Helen, and other North Georgia areas. Poor interior roads, with steep slippery gravel. The sites are narrow and close together. Fishing pond is smelly, as is the run off ditch.
OK park, sites are fairly level and long, not very wide. Pull through sites do not have sewer, and you can only stay for 2 nights. If you want to stay longer, must be in a back in site. No discounts. We were close to the office, and could not get Wi-Fi.
Very nice park, nice shady sites, clean. BUT, they advertise as "Big Rig" friendly, and they are not. Road in, is a narrow country road for 3-4 miles. Sharp, blind curves, and steep. In the campground itself the roads are also narrow, with lots of rocks and other side obstructions. Would be OK for smaller rigs, but not Big Rigs.
Old campground with new owners. Renovations under way, cable not available at all sites, nice shade trees, sites are wide, not very level, and newly improved dirt/shell. If all improvements are made as planned, this will be a very nice park. Passport America member.
Sites are narrow, and not very even. Interior roads are rough. Power went on our site. No one at office, no answer on phone, no emergency # posted. Next morning, the "owner's" response was, "things break". We could have lost our pet in the heat and his attitude was not acceptable.