A quiet and fairly spacious park right near a busy crossroads - but that gave us good walking access to groceries and other supplies. It was near a dealer we needed to see for repairs, and we would stay here again if we needed to - but no great views or recreation facilities on site.
Very clean park, and good access to a great bike route along the river. But being right under the flight path was noisy during the day, though traffic noise from the road was minimal. The Wifi connection was not free, and using our AirCard we had a very slow connection. We picked the park since we thought it had access to the light rail - but that was over a mile away, with no good bus connection. We'd stay here again if we needed to get to the airport, but it has no great appeal beyond that.
We were not able to stay here, but checked out the site and it is quite convenient to the baseball park, fair grounds and the Greenbelt bike trail. A fairly basic looking park, but in a great location.
Very clean and orderly, but the sites only have a small strip of grass. But it's in a pretty good location to get to downtown Boise, and it is not on the interstate so it is relatively quiet. Large laundry unit, and a good rec room
We ended up staying 2 weeks here since we got one of the mobile home sites that was much roomier than the RV sites. A great pool, and super access to biking trails and to stores and downtown Denver. Good inexpensive laundry and lots of common facilities since there is a long-time community living here. Friendly people. We would go back. Good weekly rates
Small sites and most are back-ins. But very friendly and helpful people. You can bike to Garden of the Gods from here, and its a short walk into town so the location is super. And the little stream lets you feel like you're in the county.
Overpriced for the facilities that are here - but they say they are redoing for next year. Sites were plenty big with some green space, but only a few showers and a small laundry for this big a park. You're at the end of a canyon so pretty quiet, but with good access to the main road.
Nice new facilities and concrete pads. Plenty of space. Not too much shade, but great views of the Colorado National Monument - and you're in the best location to drive or bike the Rim Road. There was even a free concert in the park one night. You are near the Interstate, but it's quite quiet.
Great views of the mountains if you get the sites up top. Since it was not crowded we could get lots of space around our site, which was the main advantage since sites are quite basic. There is some construction going in that may diminish the views. Go now!
Considering it had been fully flooded 2 months ago the park has made a great comeback. They are still graveling roads, and some sites are closed, but the access road is all paved (don't know what the earlier posts referred to). Pool was open, but landscaping needed to be done. And they could upgrade the dumps a bit. But look for this place to only get better.
This is a spacious and clean park, but right off the interstate and noisy. Their advertised breakfast was weak, and they were not too helpful about how to explore nearby sites. We stumbled upon an old road that we could bike into town on, and too late discovered there was another great trail nearby.
This is a quaint old Florida place with a nice pool and on the banks of a river. There was a very helpful staff. They were giving out free bread, and they helped us get a TV cable the day we were there. It is just a mile down the road from a nature park that is worth the visit. It is a bit off the beaten track, but worth it.
This is an older state park with one upgraded RV campground and one older one that was a bit more cramped - ours. We had a bit of confusion on the site checking in, but campground hosts were right there to straighten it out. A great biking trail runs right through the park letting you get a 30 mile ride if you want. Or you can ride to nearby good restaurants, or take a vehicle into New Orleans across the lake. It is very quiet and peaceful. But they need to work on the signs out front, and there is a lot of highway construction that makes getting there a bit difficult.
There are some great pull-through sites on a ridge with great views out front and back. Otherwise the sites are a bit tight. But there are great sunsets, and clean, well-run facility, and the people were very helpful. It is on the trolley route in to Eureka Springs so you can take a break from driving.
This is the most spacious site we've camped at and lovely woods setting. Not having water at the site is a bit annoying, but there are accessible faucets. Worst was they have closed the swimming pool due to new competition from a nearby water park. But there is good biking in the park, and the 225 mile Katy Bike Trail is only a few miles away. We had a very peaceful stay. We'd love to come back.
We had a spot right on the lake - but it was being drained. This is an old CCC park that has some wonderful facilities, but the campgrounds need some updating. Roads are tight but doable. Restrooms were fine, but limited. It was OK for our visit, but I'd hate to see it at capacity. But they say there are some improvements in the works.
We camped here 2 days after the park had been underwater - flooded by a nearby river. Our pull-thru spot was doable, but there was lots of mud. The people seemed nice, and if the weather clears this could be a nice place.
From the level spacious concrete pads, to the nice green space and immaculate grounds, this place is well done. Easy access to the Mystic Lake Casino if that is your thing, or over to a huge fitness club with pool and gym if you'd rather go that route. They even have an RV-wash on site, and a great storm shelter if the weather gets too wacky. And it was really quiet!
This camp is near I-90 and easy to get to but not too noisy. There is lots of green space and trees. Pool looked nice. We biked into Jackson and enjoyed the little bike trail there. A fine stopover spot.