This is really a very nice park. Restrooms were new and clean. Sites are paved with a paved patio and picnic table and are reasonably sized. Fire rings are available upon request, and they will deliver it for you. Wood is $4/bundle, which has about as reasonable as a campground gets. Wi-Fi was strong and good. There were lots of dogs here - I'm not sure if they cater to pet owners or what, but they do have a small dog park, so that may explain why. Everyone had their dog leashed. It's about 10-15 minutes from most major attractions, and is far enough off the road to be quiet. It is one of the few times that I paid $50 for a campsite, and it seemed worth it. The Deluxe sites have a larger paved patio, with patio furniture and a nice built in fire pit. They would be nice if you plan on hosting others, or just like more room.
One restroom and one shower for the whole park. We rarely had problems, but you never wanted to be in a hurry to get into either facility. Wi-Fi was fine. Range is a little limited and not all campsites have a connection without walking to the shower room (where the router is located). Sites 14-17 are very tight. I had 16 and could not put my awning out more than 4 feet (3 ft slideout was out). I asked to get another site but was told that someone else was coming. I'm not sure why that person was more important than me, but so be it. This park seems to be the best choice for a RV park in the area.
The west side of the North Cascades is a desert for RV parks. This place is by far the best if you need hookups. The National Park campgrounds are nicer, but no showers or hookups in any of them. Alpine RV is a no frills park. Showers were clean, but smelled a bit (like wet dog). It's a big green grassy field with hookups.
This is an OK RV park. Sites are clean and level. Restrooms and showers are clean. Arcade was closed. Game room was nothing but board games. Rules are extensive. River access for swimming is adequate, but on the small side. Wi-Fi is useless. For $50, I expect more.
Showers are pay showers, $2 for 15 minutes. Not terribly expensive, but they were disgusting. Hair was everywhere, and the hot water was intermittent. The Wi-Fi was out for all the 3 days that I was there. I wonder if it ever works. The rest of the campground was very nice. The sites are paved and level, and the spacing between sites is better than most campgrounds. We did not feel crowded at all. The whole campground has a very clean and safe feel (except the showers), and it is very scenic, with a view of Lake Powell in the background.
This is a nice no-frills campground. There are only 4 sites with full hookups, and 3 of those appeared to be long term campers. Off all of the sites, those 3 were the only long term residents that I saw (and they may have been there just for hunting season). The Wi-Fi is only available at the office. Also, some of the sites are more like parking spots on the side of the road - that's not true for most sites, but it is true for a few. We had one of those sites but there was plenty of room. There are no picnic tables. There are no fire rings, although fires are allowed. The bathrooms were clean and the water was hot. The campground owners seem very nice, and he even brought us a couple bundles of wood at no additional cost.
Confluence Outflow is next to a dam. It's a typical Corps of Engineers campground with no frills. This is about 20 minutes from Ohiopyle. It has well spaced, flat sites. No AT&T cell service, but Verizon worked fine.
This campground is a field with hookups and a few trees sprinkled in. However, based on the other campgrounds that I saw on the island, this is typical. The bathroom/shower near the main office was a little old but clean. Pool was also clean. The wi-fi did not cover the entire campground. My site was good, and I was probably a good 100' from the office. Staff was helpful and friendly. It was also close to the national park.
Typical KOA. Fine pool, clean sites with hookups. No Wi-Fi, but they said they would have it working in another week. Campground is on a slightly sloping hill, but the individual campsites are graveled and level. Sites were reasonably well spaced. Friendly staff.
This is basically a big field with hookups. Not a tree to be found. There appear to be many sites that are permanent. The sites are grassy and flat, but you are pretty close to your neighbor. They also charge $4 for each child over 7, for me, that's $12 onto the stated rate. It's a bit run down, but it works in a pinch. They have Wi-Fi that worked well.