Campground is in a great location for visiting the Baltimore/Washington area. It is a great environment shielded from the traffic and congestion. The ownership and staff seem to genuinely care about doing a good job and maintaining the facilities. The sites in the woods are very nice but could use a bit more stone to improve the level for RVs. We did fit our 34' rig into a site in the woods with little difficulty.
Excellent park to use as a base to visit the Grand Forks area. Walking distance to downtown of cities on both sides of the river. Close to restaurants, movies, Cabela's, Saturday morning farmers market, and more. Lots of old trees and open areas, most sites pull through. Campground was created out of an old neighborhood and the existing streets were used to layout this spacious campground.
Easy access from the highway but no road noise. Occasional train noise from a distance. Fairly level sites with 50 amp, water, and sewer. Not all sites have full hookups and are those are not identified. You have to look. Nice, quiet park for a night or a week.
Efficient online reservation system. This park offers a lot for the money. It is easy to access from the highway but sheltered from the noise. The sites are very wide and long enough for today's RVs. Vegetation is trimmed back to allow easy access, yet the sites are shaded. Very friendly and helpful hosts. All utilities are up to date. Did not try the wifi but Verizon aircard worked fine. Shopping and eateries are nearby. Would definitely stay here again.
Convenient location, friendly, conscientious owner. Seems to be dedicated to improving the property after purchasing about two years ago. Pool looked nice but we did not use. Owner helped pick site to fit us in best and assisted with parking. Area is suffering through terrible drought so that affected the look of the place, but access road was oiled to control dust. Had 50 amp site which was good for a 108 degree afternoon! Good for a stopover to see the Corn Palace, Cabela's, etc.
The biggest problem with this campground is a half mile dirt road going in. Its either muddy or dusty or both. This used to be a KOA years ago and has had little maintenance since those days. Depending on the wind direction, there may be a smell of sewage. It would be OK for overnight if not for the dirt road. Plan on visiting the car wash afterwards!
Somewhat challenging road in, but there are actually several options, which are detailed on the site map given at check-in. Lots of recent improvements and the best Wi-Fi we've found in a month of camping. Long level pull-throughs for easy in and out. Very pleasant atmosphere and caring staff. Would stay there again for a night or more.
Quiet park, despite being close to an intersection. Very few people around on a weekday, as they all flock to the nearby flea market. Evenings are quiet as well. Large ornamental trees shield one site from another. There is a fee for Wi-Fi. Convenient to the nearby RV factories.
This is a great value. Paved roads, gravel pads. The gravel could use a little work to make the sites excellent. Sites are wide and plenty deep, but the drawback is the sewer hookup is about 15' off the back of the pad, a real stretch for most rigs. Some of the water hookups are shared and a distance as well. Overall, a very nice park for a night or a week.
We stayed for one night, but would stay there for longer. Nice, caring staff and nicely maintained throughout. Big rig sites have little shade but are over 100' long. Roads are paved and sites are grass or gravel.
Very quiet park. Some "residential" manufactured housing up front, but doesn't really detract. Some grass, weeds and branches could use attention, but we did see the owner working on smoothing the roads.
The best sites, on the shore of Superior, need to be reserved in advance. Some of the other sites are not clearly marked and making the hookups reach is a challenge. The view makes it worth the inconvenience.
Highway noise pretty much disappeared at night, there is a privacy fence to screen the campers from the road. Newer sites for big rigs have little shade, but many other sites can accommodate big rigs. It is an Airstream park, which is interesting if you are interested in just seeing the many different variations. Convenient location to the national lake shore and Traverse City.
As some of the other reviewers, I've stayed here before and was not as pleased this time. They have expanded to the point that there are simply too many people there for the amount of space. I stepped outside around 9:30 PM and it sounded like a city street. The upkeep has suffered somewhat, even if just because of the amount of business they do. Also, the surrounding area is somewhat depressed. It was OK for the one night we stayed.
Great campground! Well laid out sites. Back-ins are angled off the paved road, and gravel pads relatively level. Concrete patios at most sites. Only fault is that the hookups for water and sewer are a stretch, but we made it, and some tree branches could be trimmed. Mature shade trees provide great shade at most every site. Clean, appealing, and inexpensive!
Great place for an overnight or two. At least five dump station/water fill facilities at the entrance. Electric hookups available. Shade trees provide some shade to most sites. Very quiet, overlooks a golf course and stream. Bike trails available and you can walk to the Winnebago tour if you wish. The only fault with the park is that if there was a high demand for sites, it would be crowded, but most campers left an empty site in between occupied ones, and there were still plenty to choose from.
A gGreat place for overnight or two.There are super clean restrooms and laundry. It is walking distance to Dairy Queen and a local place with the world's best roasted chicken. The owners are great, dedicated owners!