Very nice RV park, the closest to the West entrance to Yellowstone. The staff was exceptional. We wanted to extend our stay before getting here; they were not sure if a site was available. They called us back several times and gave us updates until one opened up. The sites are huge, pull through and back in. Not much grass and no fire rings. Most people are out and about during the day, so the campground was really quiet. You can walk or bike into town which was convenient. There is no pool, but there is a nice playground. In the morning they offer free coffee, hot chocolate and cappuccino which is a nice touch. The Wi-Fi was not always available unless in the main building. We would stay here again.
This KOA is located near shopping centers and within a trailer park. While some may not like this, we did not mind. The sites are a bit close together and there were no fire pits, but we were mostly out exploring all day anyway. There is a pool, nice dog areas and nice playground. They offer a good all you can eat breakfast for $7.95, with the coupon you buy one get one free. There is a lot to do in Missoula: farmers market, fly fishing, hiking, biking, rafting, Smokejumper center, visiting the breweries. So the KOA is convenient to all these things. Office staff was very helpful. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice clean campground close to West entrance of Glacier NP. We did not stay in a premier site, so paid a bit less. The hostess comes by and asks if you need any firewood or directions or help with planning or reservations when you leave. This is the first time this service was offered to us by any campground. The campground store is adequate, staff were busy, but polite. There is an ice cream place and cafe and dog walking areas. The restrooms were clean. Wi-Fi was not always accessible. Would definitely stay here again.
Stopped here for a night. It is about 3 miles off the interstate driving through a neighborhood and cornfields. The turn into the campground is a bit tight for a big rig. The sign is old and advertised a religious camp. The office is sparse, only a desk and a few things for sale. The person in the office was Asian and did not speak much English. He did not ask how big our rig was, just said he had water and electric available. We told him we were over 40ft with our tow vehicle so he gave us a grass site with water and electric. The site was only 20 amp so we asked for another which was 30amp. The electric quit working after about an hour and the office was closed, so we had no power which was hard on our dog. The restrooms were ok. We would not stay here again.
We stayed at this KOA because we needed to get something repaired on our rig. It was a nice surprise. Very clean, large pull thru sites with concrete pad and swing on the site. They have good barbecue on site and breakfast in the morning. There isn't much to do in Billings but I recommend driving to Red Lodge, MT and going on the Beartooth Hwy. it is spectacular. Staff were very friendly.
This is a nice KOA, convenient to I90 and the highway to Mt Rushmore. We had a pull thru site which was a bit tight, but the staff were helpful in trimming a few tree branches. The staff were friendly and the amenities are nice (pool, dog area, pancake breakfast). It is great if you are just stopping for a few nights to see Wall Drug, Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse.
This campground is iin a beautiful spot. We arrived in the early evening and there was still a site available. We were told it is rarely full. There are no reservations. The sites are electric only. There are no showers. The sites are not really pull thru but curbside parallel parking along some posts. It was a bit tight for our 38ft 5th wheel and medium duty truck. The sites have a sheltered picnic table. The views are spectacular. There is a gift shop with cafe and park visitor center within walking distance. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice campground conveniently located near Franconia State Park. The staff were very friendly, the bathrooms very clean. They do charge per each child over 13, but there is a lot to do even though there is no pool. They have a nice field with baseball, volleyball, horseshoes. There is mini golf, ping pong, movie night and a nice beach area on the river. My son caught a small trout from the river. There are mostly tent sites near the river, our motorhome site with full hookups was fine. I would give this campground a 10 except that the bridge leading into town, (Franconia) was closed so it made it a little inconvenient. We would definitely stay here again, the area is beautiful.
This is a very nice, busy, but quiet campground. We were in a premium site which was near the office/lodge and near the pool, game room and snack bar. The site was pull-through and very level. They have a nice dog trail and park and there are trails along the Ausable River. The campground is very close to Whiteface Mountain Ski area and Veterans Hwy which takes you to the summit of Whiteface Mt. Lake Placid is not too far as well. Check-in was quick, the staff was efficient, not as friendly as other places we've been. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for two nights on our way to Orlando. We did not have a reservation. The website said there were no sites available, but when we called they had a spot in overflow. It was a nice pull-through site. The resort was clean and the lake looked nice. There are a fair number of permanent sites, but all the sites looked nice. We would stay here again.
This is a nice state park. We stayed in B loop which is wooded and shady versus D loop which is a meadow. Sites are fairly level and have electric (30amp or 50amp) only. They do not have "pet loops", so you cannot walk your dog all the way around a loop, but the walking areas are clearly marked on their map. The lake is nice; you can rent boats, kayaks or canoes. We did not use the pool, but it looked nice. They charged a fee. You can swim in the lake as an alternative. The park is very close to Hanover, PA, where you can visit two pretzel factories. We highly recommend Clair's restaurant. We would stay here again.
We loved this National Park. They have added 30amp electric sites, but they get booked quickly. The sites are large, and wooded. There is easy access to the lake and plenty of swimming beaches along the lake. There is a walking/bike trail from the campground to the kayak/canoe rental and to the large beach with snack bar. The park programs were great for kids. The bathrooms do not have showers, you have to go to the shower house. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a small campground attached to the visitor's center. It is located on a hill next to the historic town, so you don't need a car. We walked- just be aware that the town is hilly and walking back to the campground is uphill. We did not need a reservation, just drove in, but most likely later in the season you would. While there is not much to do at the campground itself, it is a great base to explore the area and the town. The museum in town is well worth a visit.
We stayed here one night at Chignecto campground, one of two campgrounds in the park; would have liked to stay more. The campground was great, clean, well maintained. We had full hookups. There are even cooking pavilions with a wood stove and sinks. There are hiking and biking trails and beautiful views of Fundy Bay and the Tidal basin. There is a steep downgrade on the road to the town called Alma, a charming town with a beach, restaurants and good lobster. You can get firewood at the park, pay $6 and they give you a burlap bag that you can fill with as much wood as you can carry. The park is about 40 minutes drive from the Hopewell Rocks, which is a must see if you want to see the spectacular tidal changes. We would definitely stay here again.
Overall this is a nice campground. Initially we had booked an ocean front site, but the sites are so close together that our neighbors with kids were spilling into the site, so we asked to move elsewhere. The office staff were very accommodating and very friendly. The ocean front sites are not very water accessible and during low tide the beach is muddy, so it didn't matter to us that we weren't near the water. The view of the water from this campground is beautiful. There is shuttle bus service into Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, you can put your bike on the bus too. The staff were pretty much invisible during our stay, but we didn't stay at the campground much as there is so much to do in the area. The bathrooms/showers were clean, the pool is heated, but a bit too warm during warm weather. We would stay here again.
This is the second time we have camped at this state park. It is very nice, conveniently located to Camden (within biking distance). Most of the sites are shaded, but there is an open field as well with both water and electric. None of the sites have sewer, but there is a dump station. We were in site 21 and had some difficulty leveling, but then moved to 41 and it was fine. There are hiking trails in the park and access to Mount Battie by car or trail where you can get a wonderful view of Camden and the harbor. Reservations are suggested since the sites book up quickly starting in early July. It is a beautiful area with lots to do.
This campground is about 15 minutes from Ocean City. It is reasonably priced compared to other campgrounds in the area. While it does not offer transportation to the beach, or "activities" like some of the other campgrounds, the sites are large, there is a restaurant, a fishing (no swimming) lake, and a nice pool. We went the weekend after Memorial Day, so it was very quiet, and there were many empty sites. The bathhouses/restrooms are small; one toilet and one shower in each. Also, since the sites are situated around the lake and the restaurant and store are on one side of the lake, it is quite a hike for those staying on the opposite side. We recommend bikes or good walking shoes. Not sure if golf carts are allowed. We would stay here again.
This campground was a KOA, but is now privately owned by the same folks that ran it as the KOA. They are very friendly and helpful. We stay here whenever we visit family in Shreveport. It is conveniently located near Interstate 20 and the city inter-loop. The sites are nice and large. There is a nice new dog par,k and they are building a restaurant. The price with discount (Good Sam, etc) is excellent. Apparently the owners were told by KOA to raise the price, but they wanted to keep the price reasonable. We highly recommend this campground.
We stayed here for three nights. The location is convenient to town and Bathhouse row. The KOA provides a tour, but we did not go on it. Our site was a pull through, but there really was not enough space for our tow vehicle. The campground is hilly, but was not a problem for us. The restrooms were clean, but in one, all the toilets were backed-up. There is a small dog park, a bit muddy, but shady. The staff was friendly. We would stay here again.
This is a small campground north of Taos. It is fairly far from any amenities. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are not shaded, and are gravel. There was one shower for men and one for women, but they were very clean, and not crowded. The views are nice, the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is very near. We would probably stay here again.
We stayed here overnight while traveling. The office was closed when we got there (8pm) and was not open by the time we left around 7:30am, so we never saw any staff. There was a self-pay system. The campground had an awful sewer smell in some places, we never could figure out where it came from. There was a pond, but it was covered with brown film. The garbage cans around the campground were overflowing. The hook-ups were inconveniently placed, so you have to run a long water hose...we never hooked up and didn't trust the water. The bathrooms were fairly clean. We would not stay here again. It might be OK if you were in a pinch, but I would rather stay at a Wal-Mart.
This is a small campground, located off the interstate. It is in a quiet setting, we took a site behind the pond. Our kids fished at the pond, and had a great time. There is a new, small fenced dog area which was nice. The owners are friendly and helpful. The campground was clean and well-kept. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice campground, views are great, staff very helpful. It is convenient to Santa Fe, though not real close. There is a walking trail around the campground and pets are allowed. It is very quiet. We would definitely stay here again.
We camped here because it was close to our relative's house. It seems more like a transient campground, than one where people stayed for long visits. It was never full. The sites were small, but clean with a concrete pad. The restrooms were clean, and the pool and hot tub were nice. There was a fenced dog area, no grass anywhere. While we would stay here again if we had to, we would prefer to stay on the west side of town where you get a better view of the mountains and closer proximity to Old Town and Acoma pueblo.
It is an ideal location. The site was small for a premium, but had a concrete pad and all the amenities. We did not find the small site to be a problem since we were out most of the time, exploring the area. The kids liked the pool, the staff were friendly. The campground is within easy access to Manitou Springs, Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. There was a great Mexican restaurant right across the street. We would definitely camp here again.