Former Boy Scout camp that kept the large fields and incredibly dusty roads. Although the open areas are nice, the park is sadly in need of a maintenance staff that actually bends over to pick up litter. No road maintenance. Deep holes. Sites are not level with depressions and ruts. Water pressure was very good, Wi-Fi only in 2 hot spots near lodge and office, Verizon signal was okay but only 2G service for data. Pool water is clean and refreshing.
Well laid out park with gravel roads and sites that are cut into the forest to give loads of privacy all around. WiFi is limited to sites fairly close to office. Good WiFi, good Verizon signal, well-kept campground with nice family feel. Very friendly on-site owners and staff. Pool was a little too green. Lake beach across the road was a nice plus. Nice walking roads around and near the park.
As fulltimers here to visit family, this was a convenient stop with 6 pools to keep kids and adults entertained. Very attractive entrance and common areas. This is a weekenders place, but in June was very quiet during the week. But in the land of the tall pines, we had one of only a few sites with satellite access - and it was through trees so signal was very weak. Had to use their cable regularly and it was very decent. Wi-Fi varied from very poor to totally unusable. And Verizon signal was almost non-existent. Rate reflects monthly stay.
Deep woods, narrow winding and hilly roads. No Verizon service, Wi-Fi only in small area around office, unable to get a satellite signal. Might have liked it when we were tent camping, but not a place for our fulltime RV.
Quintessential Vermont meadowland bordered by a branch of the White River with hillsides crisscrossed by hiking trails beyond. Largest grassy areas we've seen. Well-kept dirt roads and sparkling clean facilities. Very good water pressure, excellent Wi-Fi, easy utility connections. Super friendly owners. Idyllic location.
One of the prettiest campground layouts with level gravel sites surrounded by nice grass and mature shade trees. Water pressure was good, Wi-Fi excellent, Verizon signal weak but usable, utility connections were well maintained and easy to use. Lovely VT countryside and only minutes to the fascinating town of Brattleboro. Very friendly staff. Rate reflects a weekly stay.
This campground was just opening for the season. Very friendly welcome. Excellent water pressure, excellent Wi-Fi, good Verizon signal, easy utility connections. Good-sized and level gravel pull-throughs for transients. Family friendly with large swaths of grass and playground. Very rural location that was quiet. Close to cool lakefront town of Sodus Point and Chimney Bluffs State park.
Super friendly, warm staff welcomed us and worked to get us all set up including lopping a couple of branches off a nearby tree. Very grassy campground with mostly back-in sites along lovely creek with expansive fields behind. Utility connections were easy, excellent WiFi, superior water pressure, and strong Verizon signal. Nice new laundry machines. Rate reflect weekly stay.
Really nice wooded park on Army Corps of Engineers reservoir. For our motorhome, we found paved sites challengingly narrow and sloped. Utility connections were easy, water pressure was poor. Park management has some personnel issues that put us in a site that was already booked for part of the week we planned to stay. We camped in the full hookup area.
Spectacular county park with loads of recreational opportunities. We camped in the newer section of the RV park. Pea gravel site was level with nice swaths of grass between. Utility connections were good, water pressure was fair, easy satellite TV setup with lots of open skies, WiFi was good. Disappointed to find scattered refuse from previous campers. Rate reflects weekly stay.
Easy park to access with smooth packed gravel roads and sites. Site was fairly level with good utility connections. Clean, attractive park and friendly staff. Farm fields on 2 sides, active CSX freight track at one end of park. Generous grassy fenced dog park. WiFi was fair to good, water pressure was fair to good, good Verizon signal. Rate reflects weekly stay.
Very narrow cement pads that are not angled enough to prevent driving over grass to pull in. Sites very slanted front to back. WiFi was only fair. Roads sport broken pavement and patched holes. Sites are somewhat narrow with grass between. Utility connections well-placed. Nice lawns and woods around campground. Very quiet at night.
Attractive, easily accessible park with mostly packed gravel sites and mostly paved roads. Nice cement patio with table and 4 chairs. WiFi was very good, water pressure strong, easy utility connections. Two large grassy dog parks. Very friendly folks in the office. Strong Verizon signal.
This is the only "10" I've given. Park beautifully designed, less than 10 years old, level cement pads that are long and wide with nice grassy areas between units. Excellent WiFi, excellent utilities, very quiet location yet convenient to everything. Superior office staff that escorted us to our site, wiped down utility connections, swept electrical box for spider webs, and checked sewer cap to make sure it turned easily. Wow! Rate reflects monthly charge.
Delightfully designed park with the beach across the road in front and horse pastures to the west. Architecture of the resort structures is Key West-ish. Excellent water pressure, nice level cement pad with nice swaths of grass between, good water and sewer connections. Plenty of landscape trees and bushes. Only disappointment was the WiFi which was generally unusable.
Nice small park within stone's throw of fishing pier on the ocean. We stayed in a very nice premier site with landscaping and cement pad. Most sites are crushed stone. Fairly narrow. Very clean, well-kept park. Wi-Fi was good, water pressure was good. Easy in and out for our trip up the coast. Totally friendly staff.
Although there are a lot of RV parks up and down Hwy 83, one who had visited them all said this was probably the best. East section is the original part with very narrow, short RV spaces. North section is the newest with nice landscaping and apparently level cement pads. We stayed in West section on what used to be a strip of premier sites. Way out of level that took the front wheels of the coach off the ground. Moved one lot to the right, kept wheels on ground but created a massive first step. Wi-Fi was excellent. The water pressure was good but the taste was atrocious. Activities geared to the older crowd. While the park is nicely maintained, surrounding area is unattractive. Rate based on monthly charge.
Lovely clubhouse and friendly office staff first greeted us. Sites are cement and somewhat narrow. Steep drop-off at edge of cement pad. Length of pad was good for parking car in front or behind. Easy access from highway. Internet cost $5 a day. Not a fan of added fees. With daily price at $59, this park is overpriced.
A great park with a good layout. We stayed in the lower section with paved roads and easy access roads. Nice grassy areas around each RV. Good dog walking areas. Friendly office staff. Well-maintained. Over 1,000 trees throughout the park. Excellent Wi-Fi. Close to all retail and service needs. Rate reflects a monthly stay.
Very attractive, well-laid out park with superior common areas. Sites are level stone dust with landscaping. Wi-Fi was very good, office staff very friendly and capable. Pull throughs are side-by-sides. We chose a back in at the front of the park. Narrow for motorhome slides and car side by side. Generous fenced in dog park.
Nice angled, level sites with cement patio and very easy connections. Very good wifi, full-service restaurant, bar and breakfast room in attractive central clubhouse. State-of-the-art laundry that texts you when your cycle is done. Super friendly staff. Large, grassy fenced off-the-leash dog park.
Gravel pull-through site with easy electric, sewer and water connections. Outstanding cactus garden. Very pet friendly park with good pet trail in wash. Very friendly office. Very good Wi-Fi but park was fairly quiet before the busy season.
Superior facilities: golf, pool, spa, laundry, and the cadillac of dog parks with huge fenced in grassy area. Sites were tight: short and narrow with large gravel and fairly level. Nice hedges along both sides of site for some privacy. Wi-Fi was very good but park was pretty empty. Water pressure very good.
Perfect location between beautiful Red Canyon and crazy busy Bryce Canyon City. Level gravel site in delightful pine forest (still got good satellite reception) with paved bicycle trail passing by. Very peaceful with scenic mountains beyond. Wi-Fi was superior! Water pressure was low. 30 Amp sites only but with nighttimes in the 30's and days in the 60's, we didn't need AC.
After baking in the summer heat elsewhere, it was nice to park under the lovely trees throughout the park. Enjoyed having a river walk and state park along Utah Lake a stone's throw away. Pads were gravel, side by side setup (very narrow), nice patch of grass on other side with picnic table. Water pressure was good, laundry facilities clean, and the office staff very friendly. Drawback was the very unreliable WiFi. Rate reflects Good Sam discount and weekly stay.
Very scenic location with the vibrant fall colors draping the hillsides on both sides of the park. We stayed on the upper entry level where the roads are paved and the sites are long, long cement pads with wide grassy areas between. The landscaping was attractive. Wifi was strong. Only drawback was roar of I-80 just beyond frontage road.
Trees, lots of grass, pretty quiet although close to I-84. Roads and sites are dirt but treated to keep dust down. Couldn't level without jacking the wheels off the ground. WiFi was very good. Very dog-friendly. Convenient to canyon, falls and Twin Falls services. We camped here in a motorhome.
Easy access from I-84 with fully paved roads. Half the sites are paved with nice swatches of grass and room to park towed vehicle. Remainder of sites are gravel. All seem pretty level. Power pedestal and sewer are way at the back so require long cords and hoses. Wi-Fi is very good. Office staff just went through the motions.
Small, delightful, beautifully landscaped park with all paved roads and sites. Very good Wi-Fi. Pleasant staff. Easy to level. Got to love trains with busy freight line just down the hill below park. Busy highway in front of park. Close to good dining in Hood River. Easy access to Mt Hood.
There's a lot to like about this park with a spacious, new, well-designed clubhouse with offices, porches, relaxing areas, small shop and lush landscaping. Laundry was clean and spacious. Wi-Fi was very good. Sites and interior roads were gravel. Very wide and long pull-through sites with grass and picnic table. And Silverton is a very cool town with colorful murals on buildings, and a fascinating mix of shops and dining spots. Plus the Oregon Garden!
One of the nicest parks we've seen in 2 years of full-timing. Love the fact that we were greeted warmly the minute we opened the office door to check in. (Thanks!) Well-maintained and carefully landscaped with level concrete pads and paved interior roads. Wide green space with trail all around park. Beautiful clubhouse and shower house with pool, hot tub, lounges, library, nightly movies, and social activities. Very good Wi-Fi and hookups. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
If you fish and like to watch big boats on the river, this is a pleasant park. The park is surrounded by farmlands and is pretty quiet. It was very windy during the 2 weeks we were here so that moderated the heat somewhat. But the wind also gave us constant dust from the gravel pit next door. Sites were chunky gravel, level and somewhat narrow. Office staff was firing on 4 out of 6 cylinders. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This is a very attractive park with lots of green space and well-kept shrubs, bushes and trees around the property and between every RV site. What makes it attractive also makes sites a tad challenging for units with slides. It just takes a little careful lining up so when you open a slide, you don't bend a tree over or poke a branch through a window screen. Wi-Fi was very good, water pressure was good and Verizon signal was strong.
Clearly, this park has more flowers than any we've ever seen! And the staff works all day keeping the many beds looking great. The park is a pine grove with mature trees. Our space was level with pressed small stones providing firm footing. Between us and the unit to the right was a wide grassy area with a bed of flowers at one end. Lovely and relaxing. Water pressure was excellent as was wi-fi.
The good: stunning views of canyon walls on both sides of Yellowstone River; upriver view of snowcapped peaks; bicycle/walking path (former railroad right of way) across US89 that goes all the way into Livingston (3 miles). Site was gravel and level. The bad: worst water system in 2 years of RVing, down to a trickle when busy. Wi-Fi was highly dependent on direct line of sight to repeater. From middle of motorhome, signal was unusable. Owners are some of the nicest people we've met: even providing a 4th of July picnic to all. Price reflects weekly rate.
This park has a superior location with some of the best scenery we've laid eyes on. It's about halfway between Cody and Yellowstone which makes it nice to be able to go either way. Very clean, grassy property. RV sites are dusty and there are only 9 or 10. No shade. Water was good, Wi-Fi was acceptable, but Verizon signal was minimal. Nice new laundry and restrooms.
When we made our 3-week reservation long in advance, we requested a back-in site. We were given the choice of either being on the side next to a 24-hour factory or across the road from a bar. Not wanting 24-hour noise, we opted for the bar side. It was more than a bar - it was a biker bar with lots of boys who needed to get their Harleys to max speed in as short a time as possible. Plus, the road we were on is busy US 40 with lots of heavy traffic. Park owners can't fix the location. I would recommend not taking a back-in site. Pull throughs have some isolation from the noise but in many cases are very narrow. Sites are generally level with some broken and heaved paved sites. We had a couple of nice trees to cut the record heat. Water was good. Wi-fi was generally good.
There are 2 parts to this park; our stay reflects the premium section which featured wide, long cement pads with gorgeous landscaping between sites and, for us, frontage on the park area surrounding the koi pond. Extremely capable, friendly office staff. Well-maintained grounds throughout. Wi-Fi was among the best we've encountered. Laundry was top notch. Convenient to everything.
We liked the location of this park, on a ridge 10 miles out of Santa Fe, with great views of mountains and prairies in all directions. Wonderful sunsets and sunrises. Nice clean laundry. Long stone dust walkway loops up and down around entire park - good for walking and running. Very nice landscaping and natural shrubs and trees. Wi-Fi was very slow.
Nice park convenient to Albuquerque sights and services. Trees and landscaping gave some privacy between sites and some shade from bright sun. Wi-fi was fairly good. Excellent front desk staff that acknowledged arrivals immediately. Dog friendly. Some traffic noise from I-40 depending on whether the wind blew from that direction. Rate reflects weekly stay.
Nice 4-day weekend stop on our way west. Handy to city, services, and attractions. Lots of transient traffic. Gravel sites, level area with easy service connections and excellent Wi-Fi. Good dog walking areas. Very pleasant staff. Very inexpensive laundry.
Mobile homes ring the outside of the park with a good mix of trailers, 5th wheels and motor homes interspersed. Large grassy spaces and trees provide nice greenery. Wi-Fi is slow. Water pressure good. No cable TV but good satellite exposure. Convenient to Ft. Worth and I-35W. Friendly neighbors and office staff.
Lovely park with excellent facilities. Sites are extra wide and long with attractive landscaping. New owner just took over. Very, very friendly campers. Wi-Fi at clubhouse only. Although the grounds are very luxurious, the location of the park is in a very unattractive, rural town with almost no services. If you don't mind driving 25 miles for stuff, you'll be okay. Rate reflects a weekly stay.
Travel down the half-mile washboard gravel road and arrive at Camp Venice Retreat. It's rustic, natural, grassy, sandy and loaded with huge live oaks. Lots of critters in the woodsy setting on the backwaters of the Myakka River. Great for kayaking/canoeing, birdwatching. Modest facilities but clean. Very friendly staff and campers.
Really attractive park with all the amenities. Nicely paved roads with either cement or paving-brick pads. Lots of nice landscaping. Roads are easy to maneuver. Mostly owned lots for the snowbirds who were just clearing out as we arrived. Handy to services and beaches. Very busy, noisy roads on all sides of the park. We were on a outside lot that provided easy access to perimeter grassy area for dog walking. Wi-Fi was only fair.
Nicely landscaped park with level cement pads and wide paved roads. Elegant clubhouse. Water pressure was good. Wi-Fi was almost totally unreliable. Pleasant staff, easy check-in, lots of activities. With ongoing major expansion, much construction noise during the day. Very quiet at night. Rate based on weekly charge.
Clean, well-laid out, convenient and nicely landscaped. And just a block to the beautiful beach. Decorative brick roadways with level cement pads. Wi-Fi was very good. Good dog walking areas along the adjacent road. Price reflects weekly rate.
As full-timers, this was the longest we've stayed at any park - 3 months! Our site, our neighbors and the amenities were topnotch. The friendliest office staff we've found, too. This is highest rating we've given. Just one notch down from a 10 because timely communication with guests is inconsistent. Rate is based on monthly charge.
Attractive, clean, well-designed park with level sites and attractive landscaping. Lots of open space around park and lake plus a huge dog park. Wi-Fi was somewhat unreliable, but good when it was up. Nice sized cement patio with each site. All sites face north so unit provides shade from afternoon sun. Price reflects weekly rate.
Pleasant and compact park with landscaping that shows a lot of love and attention. Interior roads are paved but somewhat twisty and hilly. Wi-Fi and cable were very good. Very friendly staff. Convenient to shopping, dining and attractions including Natchez Trace Visitor Center.
Real pleasant, clean, neat, modern park with concrete pads nicely angled and landscaped. Cable and Wi-Fi were very good. Convenient to shopping and Memphis sightseeing. Park is in the area of the busiest cargo airport in the world - the hub for Fedex - so expect a lot of takeoffs and landings. Very friendly staff!
Convenient to Grand Ole Opry and minutes to downtown Nashville. The park is also cheaper than Jellystone on one side and the KOA park on the other. Still, the park is on a frontal road with an 8-lane highway beyond. Bright lights from RV dealer to the left. To the right, a staging area for Gray Line buses with constant back-up beeping day and night. Although they've just invested in new Wi-Fi equipment, it failed and worked only intermittently and unreliably for the week we were there. Water pressure was consistently poor. Sites were long enough but very narrow. Cable TV was snowy.
This is one of the tightest RV parks we've been in. Our first site was so tilted that it took our front wheels off the ground to level. The manager, worked hard to find us another site during their busiest time of the year. His kind attention was the reason we liked this park. Also very convenient to area attractions. Cable and Wi-Fi were good. Roads were paved, and there were cement pads for picnic tables. Trees provided shade but challenged pulling into sites in some cases.
This was a convenient stop off I-81 for our travels toward TN. Nicely laid out with easy in and out, level and packed gravel sites with good grass between with cement pads for picnic tables. Nice countryside all around with huge pet walking areas that are well kept. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. Laundry had 2 out of 3 dryers not working, so we went 1/4 mile up the road to a nearby laundromat. Nice grocery store a mile of so up the road and a very nice winery 3 miles farther. Most units came in for an overnight so there was a lot of movement in and out morning and afternoon.
This BlueGreen resort lies in beautiful Virginia countryside - quiet and peaceful. Every amenity seems in place from restaurant to activity center to equestrian center to swimming pools and hot tubs. While the RV sites are attractive with superior landscaping, fencing, grills, and outside furniture, the concrete pads are the most out-of-level we have ever encountered. We tried several pads and lifted both front and rear wheels on one side off the ground in order to level. Plus, there was an extreme lack of knowledge of customer service and about the resort among service people and front desk staff.
The park itself was neat and well-maintained with level gravel sites with good Wi-Fi, good water and decent cable TV. Staff was friendly and helpful. What would prevent us from returning is the roads county roads that lead to and from the park - narrow, winding, hilly with one-lane bridges. It was impossible to drive these roads without strafing our Class A motorhome with branches on roadsides and overhead.
Easiest way to describe this campground - two or three rows of mostly permanent trailers placed as close as possible to each other along deeply pockmarked gravel road. Rushing creek on one side, huge wide field on other side. (Are they planning to expand?) Wi-Fi worked, but cable didn't on arrival and I was told by neighbor that it goes in and out. It came back on later with a few channels only. We were placed in a site that had been vacated that day after what appeared to be a seasonal stay. Hadn't been cleared of debris from previous tenants. Spent one night only.
The good - surrounded by nice farmland, five mile view of rolling PA countryside, horses and llamas grazing close by, nice trees, shrubs and manicured grassy areas between campsites, convenient to I-78 (although there's a bad bump on the eastbound lane that launches semi's trailers and they come back down with a huge thud/rattle) . The bad - it took me trying 5 sites before I could level my motorhome without lifting the wheels off the ground, one site took 3 of 4 wheels in the air before getting level. Water pressure was good, cable worked well, but wi-fi was totally unusable, despite the fact that I was looking at one of the repeaters just a couple of sites away.
Delightful wooded campground built around trickling streams feeding into large ponds for fishing and swimming. They even have a pet beach. Capable and friendly office staff. Wi-Fi was very good. Access road off 89 was a wicked switchback turn. Use the recommended rear entrance. Site was level packed pea gravel.
Outstanding park close to everything you'd care about in Wells and the south coast of Maine. Office staff was the best we've come across: friendly, outgoing, capable. Grounds were kept immaculate. Dumpsters were emptied daily. Nice angled pull throughs with deep grass between packed, level gravel pads. Wi-Fi was exceptional. Even on Labor Day Weekend when it was packed to the gills, nights were quiet and relaxing. All interior roads are paved and easily negotiable. Rate reflects pro-rated seasonal.
Very nice level sites surrounded by woods for separation from other units. Since this is a year-round resort, there are mostly year-round park model units. The indoor pool is a nice touch. Roads are paved. Not a fan of Wi-Fi fees, but the service was very good. Proximity to Lakes Region is a major plus. Generally quiet park except for the huge number of motorcycle-riding campers. Snowmobile trails all around the park provide good hiking.
This is a campground, not an RV park. Lots of families, tents, popups, travel trailers and campfires. I would use the word "unkempt" to describe the property. Interior roads are mostly dirt with some very rough paved stretches. Nice location on the beautiful Saco River. Convenient to North Conway and area shopping and attractions.
This 50-plus, adults-only RV park is way off the beaten path. First, 5 miles off the main highway, then 2 miles up the entrance road to the gate, then 2 miles up a gravel mountain road to our site. The site was newly-packed gravel that hadn't settled. Trees and gigantic boulders between sites. To go to the pool and rec hall was a 2-mile drive downhill. You have to drive or rent a golf cart. Cell phones were inoperable for us. Wifi was good as was cable TV. If you're in the witness protection program, this would be a good place to lay low.
We generally avoid KOA's because of their overpricing. This small KOA was a nice surprise and reasonably priced. Clean, neat, well-maintained with good layout and lots of grass and trees. Quiet location with historic family farm next door that you can walk to and choose fresh and even organic veggies and fruits in season.
We stayed here for a couple of weeks and enjoyed quiet weeks and very busy weekends. Nice pool, large rec hall, on-site snack shack. Campground is on a hillside with some very steep roads that are paved and negotiable. Staff was very friendly. Great theme weekends with family friendly activities. Aerodrome air show on weekends are a must.
This was the quietest campground we've ever stayed at with the peace of the woods all around us. Nice, new, clean park with attractive landscaping. Pull-through was a bit of a challenge to level and reach sewer connection. Very friendly staff. Good cable, but Wi-Fi only in clubhouse. Erie Canal right across the road. Very rural area.
We had a big wide grassy pull-through that was tree-shaded. A real challenge to level motorhome. Wi-Fi was additional cost and unusable. Thruway traffic noise was intense. Well-kept park that was very family-friendly. Convenient to Finger Lakes.
Relatively new campground with large, level back-in gravel sites flanked by large grassy areas. Wi-Fi is unreliable. Nice pool, meditation garden, landscaping, jumpy castle and playground. Large, well-stocked store with hand-dipped ice cream in lovely administration building. Needs a more dedicated and responsive maintenance staff.
This was a one-night stop for us. Gave us a chance to swim at one of the lovely beaches on Lake Huron one mile away and cool off. Wifi was very good in the transient field because it was between two wifi hot spots - one in the office and one in the wifi hub building. Pool was busy with the hot weather. Only 30 amp service available on the transient sites. This park has a golf course! Not a golfer but it looked well kept. Got some inexpensive gas at the Indian Reserve on the other side of the road.
Nice small RV park with excellent Wi-Fi and cable TV. Sites were gravel, well-packed and level. Nice location on the clear water of the Cheboygan River with docks and launch. Abuts 60-mile rail trail that makes great walking. Very friendly owners who get extra points for recycling and for donations to local animal rescue groups instead of pet fees.
Clean and level, packed gravel sites that are all pull-throughs. Tribal-owned like the casino and conference center across the road. Reasonable size grassy strips between units with young trees. Wi-Fi and water pressure were very good. Location is one hour from spectacular Tahquamenon Falls and Whitefish Point and about 20 minutes from Soo Locks.
A really nice small campground in a rural setting. Utility connections were among the best we've encountered. Great Wi-Fi and modest cable TV. Very nice level pull through sites with nice shade trees throughout. Clever garden sculptures at each site. Friendly staff. 15 minutes to everything you would need in Escanaba. One-hour drive to Munising and Pictured Rocks.
This is a great central location for seeing all points in Door County. Bailey's Harbor is a fine little town with good eats, excellent hardware store, beautiful parks and superior lakefront views. The campground has regraded pull-thru sites with nice level gravel. Very nice new pool. And trees have been planted for future shade. Cable TV was good but only a few channels. Wi-Fi was very good. Much green grass on either side of pull-thrus, but the setup puts 2 pull-thrus side by side with common electric/cable post in the middle. My slides went beyond the post and there is no way another motorhome could fit side by side with me with the narrowness of the slots.
Pleasant campground with tight but maneuverable interior roads. We couldn't level in the first pull-through site we were assigned without lifting the rear wheels off the ground. Our second site worked out fine. Nicely wooded with nice grassy areas. Wi-Fi and cable TV were good.
This was an overnight stop for us. Very friendly staff. The campground is a very large mowed field with sites around on both sides of the dusty road. Basic TV with good WiFi. Easy to level. Handy location. Super local grocery store in Tomah called Burnstad's Market.
Grounds were extremely well-maintained. The location right off I-90 and in the flight path of Sioux Falls Regional Airport provides some noise. The staff was totally friendly and service-oriented. Sites were gravel and level. Some tree-shaded sites in front of park. Great dog walk area. Wi-Fi was excellent. Laundry was immaculate.
Deluxe back-in sites in front of park were nice and wide but right on busy and loud US Hwy 6. Park needs some love. Bits of trash on the ground, bottle under a bush - stayed there for the 4 days we were there. Staff seemed to lack energy and concern. Wi-Fi and cable were good.
Clean, well-laid out new park with all cement roads and all cement, level pull-through sites. Wi-Fi was excellent. Not a tree in the park but wide grass strips between sites. Some traffic noise from the interstate but not disconcerting. Friendly staff.
Really nice small park with loads of landscaping, trees, flowers and other plantings. Our pull-through site was level, gravel, with cement patio and picnic table. Wi-Fi was very good although a little slow late afternoon with park filled up on weekends. Very friendly staff, low pressure atmosphere. Very historic town with first Civil War battle site, historic downtown and an original section of Route 66.
Neat and attractive campground with friendly staff and very quick check-in. Wi-Fi dropped out a few times in the 3 days we stayed here. Well-maintained pull-through sites. Convenient location to attractions, Downtown and Landing.
Excellent park, super friendly and capable staff made it a wonderful stay. Very pet friendly with huge dog park and numerous pet disposal areas throughout. Hilltop location. Clean, modern, new facilities and grounds.
Very well-kept, professionally-run campground with good landscaping and immaculate facilities. Convenient to downtown San Antonio and the missions. Wifi was excellent. We stayed in a premium pull-thru site with some shade trees.
Lots of lake front sites. All cement roads and long pads. Nice trees and grass around wide sites. Almost all sites are monthly. Minimum stay is one week. Friendly office staff. Laundry was clean. No clubhouse. Very quiet. Great sunsets over Lake Conroe.
Clean, modern park with smooth cement roads and pads. Pads are short around lake and just wide enough for our motorhome and small vehicle. Those with pickups parked in the street which narrowed roadway considerably and made it unattractive. Clubhouse was extremely nice with many amenities including computers, copy and fax machine, indoor spa, and exercise equipment. Lovely sitting areas at clubhouse and around man made lake. Area of the park is industrial and laced with expressways. Lots of traffic and daytime industrial noise.
There are paved streets and all concrete pull-through sites with good separation and manicured lawns. Lots of new trees have been added in the past year within nice park space between sites and clubhouse. Cable TV was minimal with 16 channels. The Wifi was barely working when we got here but was fixed within hours and worked very well. The town is extremely rural and the state roads leading here were abysmal. Stay on the US routes for smoother travel. We stayed 4 nights.
One of the best RV parks we've stayed in! Nice layout around multiple lakes with front-facing, drive-in concrete pads that were extra wide. Lots were very generous with lovely landscaping. Staff was professional and friendly. Clubhouse was superior with infinity pool and hot tub behind. Rural location yet only 7 miles to Alabama shore.