Very nice camp ground with many plusses. Paved access roads, level sites, lots of space between rows of campsites, great Verizon signal, plenty of dog walking areas etc. The only changes that we would suggest are lower sewer connections a tad and put on screw in connectors. Also a bath house up in the plateau area would be super.
Great campground with nice pull-through sites. All was fine until the last night that we were there and the people in the sites near ours ( seasonal ) spent hours pressure washing their trucks, campers, and awnings. Really ruined our last evening there. Also not many full hook up sites results in many campers crowded together. It was convenient to town and ferry docks. Can't have everything!
Fine campground. We enjoyed our stay. Quiet with a minimum of noise. Water hookups a tad far and inner roads could have been a bit wider but that is nitpicking. The price was right and it is on our list of campgrounds to revisit. Bring cash or checkbook as they don't take credit cards but we knew that going in. Showers were in private individual rooms which was very nice as you had plenty of room to put your 'stuff'.
Nice folks run this place. Roads passable but tight. Makes back-in sites tough to get into with a bigger rig. Bathrooms/showers were older but clean and in good order. Luckily we were not there at a busy time as the sites were very tight for our rig. Water hookups for every other site on the wrong side. Fine for an overnight stay, which is just what we did.
We had a difficult time getting into site three with a 37 foot fifth wheel. A subsequent stay in site 9 was better. There is just not enough room to maneuver a rig of any length. Only five 50 amp sites and all seemed to be seasonal except one that didn't have a sewer connection. Road getting up to 'pull-through' sites was narrow and in need of work. The BBQ grills on posts and front utilities made backing in a nightmare. Those with back utility plug-ins better bring long cords/hoses. The folks that own the campground are very nice and the potential is here for a nice park but until it is updated, we will stay elsewhere.
We really liked this campground. You can tell that the owners have camped and understand what is important to campers. They run a tight ship which makes it pleasant for all campers. The only campground ever that asked to see the dogs rabies certificates, but that is a good thing. The sites are large and laid out well with lots of room between campers. Nice areas near the utilities that keep things clean even in rainy weather. Interior roads are gravel but well kept with plenty of room to maneuver big rigs. Sites are grass and relatively level. Good utilities. Tent areas are secluded. Seasonal sites are separate from the transient sites. All units well kept. I would camp here again if in the area.
We really like this campground and this is our second visit. There are a couple of negatives. The sites are close together our slide was very close to the next camper's slide. Roadways a tad narrow so stay alert while maneuvering this campground. It is near many interesting sights and the owners are very nice. Restrooms/laundry are spotless. Nice and quiet here with adults-only rules. Nice duck pond and food provided for you to feed ducks that live there. Sites were level and covered with groomed fine sand. Great in dry weather not so much when it rained. If we return to the area I would stay there again.
As someone else mentioned, this campground IS NOT big rig friendly. The inner roads are incredibly tight with many obstacles in the way. Fences, rocks, railroad ties, and other campers. Utilities are fine. Sites are not level. Dog walk is overgrown with grass and weeds. Bathrooms are dated but adequate. We were there before the busy season. Can't imagine it with a full camp. We will find another campground as long as we are in a bigger camper/fifth wheel.
Great campground. I hated to leave. Large private sites. Quiet surroundings. Very nice owners. Local snowshoe hares kept the pups amused. Many walking trails and places to explore. Very centrally located. Bathrooms were 'older' but clean and well maintained. Heated pool that we didn't get to try out. Maybe next time! Roads were unpaved but well taken care of and easy to negotiate with a 37 foot rig. I am hoping that we can return here some day.
The campground is great. Nice sites with plenty of room between them. Nice areas to walk and take the dogs. Good central .location for exploring the area. Nice view of the river. Half the sites have water hook up on the wrong side so bring plenty of hose. If you plan your visit near the end of May BEWARE of the shad fly infestation. Makes walking driving or sitting out next to impossible. Next time we will come at another time of year.
A work in progress. We had tried a couple of other campgrounds and they were full. These folks were very friendly and we stayed with them three nights. Once you get to the sites for transients, it is quiet and peaceful. Getting there was hair raising, zigging and zagging up dirt/gravel switchback roads. We were three levels up. Many permanent sites on the lower levels. The utilities were on the wrong side on our site although others were OK. Power supply was only 105 volts and kept kicking the breaker. Only 30 amp service. Luckily we didn't need the air at this time of year. Site was level and there was a nice/steep beginning walking trail. The restrooms need major work, probably replaced. Hubby checked them and said privacy was non existent with shower curtain dividers. At $40 it sufficed but probably won't return.
Mostly good. Free breakfast daily, nice dog park. Fairly level sites with good hook ups and big rig clearance. Poor water drainage at our site but there were heavy rains while we were there. Easy access to interstate. High noise level at times but livable in a fifth wheel. A tent might be an issue. Good central location to different sites and restaurants. We will return when in the area.
Very friendly greeting by the owner. We were taken to a large roomy site. Good hook ups. No cable. Site was level and getting in and out was easy. Very nice fishing lake and plenty of places to walk the dogs. Restrooms were older but well kept and clean and air conditioned, too. Nice laundry facilities. Could become a little tight if every space was filled but that was not a problem for us. Noise level high at times but the trade off was really easy access to the interstate. We would stop here again.
A rather large well laid out campground. Unfortunately the camper next to us had a dog that they left out all day barking. This went on for two days and they finally left so that we had one day of peace and quiet. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We were there on a holiday weekend so it was a little crowded at first. I would stay here again but only passing through. No picnic tables at sites or fire rings. Interesting house on the property where the Siamese twins. Bunker brothers lived. I never found a shower house but since we are self contained it wasn't a major issue. Roads are crushed gravel, hookups well placed and in good condition. Some sites are tight and others spacious. All seem fairly level. Dog friendly with fields to walk the pups. A good base of operations for sightseeing. Not a great park for children but sometimes that is a plus for older folks. Almost forgot, due to the lack of local cell towers, Verizon tablet reception is nonexistent, air card works well on the laptop. Never could use the Wi-Fi.
Very nice campground. Two cons, speed bumps are many and high. They do keep the speed of motorist down. Just go slowly. The traffic getting in and out of the campground is terrible! Everything else was top notch. Dog park, good sites and hook ups, plenty of garbage cans around the park. Clean restrooms and laundry. Nice pool but it is a hike from the sites. You are taking your dip right along side the highway. Good central location and we will probably revisit in the future.
Warmly greeted at check in. Very nice, level, large site. We will return here next trip south. The park is clean and well kept. Central to many things that we enjoy visiting. Nice area to walk the dogs and do our nightly walks. Bathrooms were older but spotless and working well. A lock on the stall door would have made me feel more secure but all in all we really are happy that we stayed here.
Friendly staff at check in. Interior roads gravel, wide enough for single lane traffic. Sites were long enough but very close together. Hook ups all the way to the back of the site and there was a shared water hook up requiring one trailer to run very long hose under their rig for water access. Many seasonals, all that we saw were well kept. Restrooms in need of an update as far as number of toilets. One toilet and one urinal in men's room. Pool was closed when we visited, but it looked nice. A large playground for the children. Seems to be a family oriented campground with game room, miniature golf and various children's activities. Several open field areas for dog walking, a fenced area would be great. Very poor selection of TV stations without dish. We would stay again to visit local sights.
If you must stay here go ahead but...if given a choice I would find another campground. We stayed there twice, on the way out west and returning through the area. When we stayed the first time we were sorry that we reserved for the return trip. Another campground that charges you right away. On the first time through our camper was scraped by low hanging branches on the site. The pipeline worker in the next site had his sat. receiver smack in the middle of our tiny patch of grass/dirt. The campground did send out a fellow to trim the tree when we called to report the 'issue'. The second stay was on a week end so they jacked up the price from $38 to $44. The park was jammed with campers and children. The sites were very close together with barely room to maneuver. Sites not level which made 'hooking up' difficult. The campground is used by workers on a pipeline and many sites have two vehicles in an already crowded area. The extra work trucks should go to an area away from the sites. Instead of enlarging the park, spend some time sprucing up existing sites. I would only stay again in an emergency.
For our purposes, a nice site with grass, a small concrete pad, well situated utilities, this campground was great. We were warmly greeted with a friendly smile and escorted to our site. Wisely they didn't put everyone side by side which allowed some privacy. Nice dog walks. Dumpsters located where they made sense. A small speed bump (clearly marked) kept people slowed to a reasonable campground speed. We have encountered far worse for a lot more money. We will return here.
A great stopover spot. Gravel sites but they are level and the utilities are well placed. Long sites with a decent space between rigs. Grass kept the pups happy. Very close to I90 made it convenient off and on but also provided a fair amount of road noise. Also train tracks very close on the other side of the campground. These noises didn't bother us but anyone with a soft sided rig might not agree. Close to corn palace and prehistoric Indian dig. Not much for children to do here but fine for us. We will camp here again.
Really nice upscale park. Nice level concrete sites with properly placed utilities. Wi-Fi was iffy especially when sending pictures. Bathrooms were spotless, roomy and private. Dog run a great plus. Could use an extra dumpster for the section to the left looking at the office. Check in was fast an efficient. A smile from employees would have made it perfect.
We stayed here twice, once on the way west and again on the way back. The first stay was in a back-in site. Fairly level gravel site. Utilities not placed properly. Sewer and electric too far back. Water 30 feet in front. Little tight when 'neighbors' arrived. Verizon worked well. No cable. Nice community building with games, books etc. Gas/diesel on site, way overpriced compared to local stations. Second visit was a nice long pull-through. Utilities placed well on this site. Still close to the next site. Luckily no one came in on our door side, a lot of dog poop across the way where people walk their dogs but fail to clean up. A very busy park and fine for an overnight stop.
We loved this campground. Sites were private with a woodsy surrounding. Some of the sites were a tad unlevel. Hookups were convenient, with enough room to set up the dog fence that we carry. The restrooms were spotless and shower very clean with plenty of hot water. Garbage cans bear proof and plenty of them near the sites. Very nice well stocked store with very pleasant people tending to check-ins and store sales. Places to walk the dog. TV reception was good for local stations. Easy access to Glacier and shopping. We will plan on a return visit.
Loved this campground. It is beautifully maintained. Level sites with concrete pads. The only two suggestions we have are a path to the dog run and having the trash picked up more often to avoid having the bins overflowing. We will return in the future.
Very nice employees. Sites decent size. No pads, but level grass. When we arrived the garbage had not been picked up for a while and was spilling out onto the ground. We were there three days before the garbage was removed. Many full timers, but a section away from them for travelers. The previous site occupants must have tied their dog to the picnic table and never cleaned the area before departure. A bit of a turnoff. The TV reception was really poor. Nice little area for fishing. We would return as the pluses were greater than the negatives. Centrally located to many activities.
Centrally located for exploring the rich heritage of the area. Plenty to do for history buffs. All pull through sites, full hook ups. Cable available for an extra charge in one of the four rows of sites. A fair amount of traffic going to and from the trailer court located behind the campground. No shower or bath facilities. If you need a base of operations while exploring and are self contained, I would recommend this park.
Very nice setting. We were there early in the season and it was private. Pretty fishing pond that was catch and release. Grounds were nicely landscaped. Many sites were carved out of the hillsides and there was still work to do. The owner was very nice and welcomed us and provided a lot of local information. Bathrooms/showers were very nice and clean, too. The cons were roads in the park were in bad shape-rutted and steep in areas. Hook ups located in rear of site, not fifth wheel friendly. This was the rule not the exception. Water pressure was really bad at the site, fine at the bath house. Dog area there, but you could not get into it. Luckily, there were manor places to walk and we were well equipped with doggie bags. Not the worst place that we encountered. We will return.
A return to this campground/site for us. The view is incredible. A bit pricey but a homey place to stay. I don't like the fact that they charge you for the entire stay when you make the reservations months ahead! The sites are nice, and the showers/restrooms are private and ample. Be very careful if you have a big rig as the hill to get up to the campground is winding and steep. You need to leave before 12 and come up after 2:30 so as not to meet a fellow camper on the way in or out. All in all we like it here and will return next time we are in town.
We start the camping season every year at this park. It is spotlessly clean, both the grounds and the restrooms. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The laundry is very nice and serves the community too. Sites are level and ample. They do fill up on the weekends, so reservations are a good idea in the camping / summer season. A very nice campground with a super rating. A tad pricey, but a safe place to stay.
Very nice and clean. Sewers were capped and no garbage to be seen. A previous review alluded to these being problems. We did not see that. Super owner guided us to a long roomy site. We used this as an overnight stop on our way home and would do so again. Nice fenced in dog run was another plus.
This is a great campground for an overnight stay. Close to the Interstate. Fairly level large sites. Some shade trees. Nice little pond/lake. The geese made walking a chore as they left droppings everywhere. The school buses speed through the camp but all in all we would stop again.
We love this park. This is our second visit and hopefully we will return. The ONLY reason we didn't give them a 10 was the lack of cable up on the hill and spotty Verizon service. Certainly not reason enough to keep us away. There was cable down in the main campground. The visits from wildlife were priceless and in our estimation what made it really special. The owners and staff were great. Laundry was clean and reasonable. Nice dog area. The sites are roomy and level. They don't pack you in like sardines. Just don't go there in great numbers in September as that is when we visit.
Sites were long enough for bigger rigs but are a little tight on width. There is no laundry, but we were told we could use the one at the motel across the street after the maids were done using the machines. This is a decent place to stay while at Bryce and Zion. The park manager was very nice as was his wife.
Spaces are spacious with plenty of room to park. Bathrooms are very nice. The prices are cheap for full hook up and reflect Good Sam's discount. No grass and lots of broken glass at the sites which made it hard to let dogs out without worry of their stepping on debris. Close to casino if you want to gamble. Short drive to Sky City. This is our second stay here and will use it as a one or two night stop when in the area.
The sites are nice but there isn't much grass, something to which our dogs had to adapt. The bathroom arrangement is unusual. There is a large common room with four smaller rooms opening onto it. The small rooms each has a toilet and a shower but are not designated as being for men or women. The bathrooms were clean but older. The campground also has two cute billy goats and a wary emu. Basic supplies and gasoline can be purchased in town but prices are high. It was fine for a couple of days.
It was just OK camping here. We made the reservations a full six months in advance and so did the rest of the world! The sites were very small with just enough room for bigger rigs. The water pressure is off the charts high. You must use a pressure regulator. The absolute worst issue was that the sewer connection was as high as the camper connection making the chore of emptying the black water tank a nasty event, to say the least. It's the only campground in the park with full hook ups but.there is also no TV reception and only one bad radio station from Jackson. No phone service and no Internet. It was a long few days. The actual park and wildlife are great to see and making this visit once will suffice for us.
This is a wonderful campground. Roomy sites with grass areas for each site. Nice dog area. Garbage cans easily accessed. Great hosts. Nice laundry and activity room. We will be back to visit this area. While you are there don't miss a meal at the Teton Thai restaurant in Tetonia. The best.
This park would be rated higher except for their unwillingness to enforce the dog restrictions. We were in the base camp, and time and again dogs from nearby campers came and did their business in our area. We notified the office but the problem continued throughout our 4 day stay. On the plus side, the sites were nice with plenty of space. Many areas to walk (although there were piles of dog waste on most of them). They had a daily pancake breakfast for a nominal charge. The camp store was nice and well stocked. The dog problem really reduced our enjoyment of this park.
Site size OK. Seemed to be the home to transient farm workers. Not clean with garbage strewn about. Need a code to get into the bathrooms which were located in the back of a run down office building. I was refused the Passport America rate as the gal did not know how to issue a credit. My card had already been charged. They did honor the Good Sam's discount. We will not return to this campground in the future.
Nice campground. Sites could be just a tad longer as with the truck in front, we were just in bounds. Water was not good tasting but we then used a filter. Roads were a little narrow. We were there while it was raining and the drainage was fine, We would stay here again.
Sites a tad close together. Length OK. Nice shady sites and luckily 'neighbors' were sedate. There was some road noise but tolerable in a closed camper. Very nice nature trail. We would stay here again.
If you like to be entertained with pools, and structured activities you may want to go elsewhere. If you like peace and quiet, genuine nice folks (both owners and fellow campers) and life off of the beaten path, you will love Pegasus. We did.
Choose site carefully as many are not level, front to back especially. It is a beautiful park and very well kept. No alcohol allowed so be aware. Many activities for both children and adults. Finally a park that provides each site with a garbage can. We enjoyed our stay and may return but not in the near future.
This is one of our all time favorite campgrounds. They have improved since our visit last year. They rerouted the entrance road and put in many more dog stations with waste bags and a place to dispose of same. Grounds are beautiful with many shade trees. Many seasonals and when the park is full the golf cart traffic is heavy. We love the dog park, too. I don't like having to pay for showers. We will return as the pluses outweigh the minus.
We really enjoyed our visit with these park owners. Getting to the sites was easy and we were escorted there upon arrival. I would like the sites up on the hill made a little roomier. When the campground is full, it is tight.They had a very nice breakfast for everyone and the proceeds went to charity. We found the grounds very well kept and had a very nice few days visit. We will return.
Despite reading terrible reviews about this campground, our visit here was pleasant. Good stuff, large roomy sites, bathhouse close by, hook ups fine, quiet where we were, check in fast as we made advance reservations and came midweek, plenty of dog walking areas. Now the bad stuff. The site was out of level by 4 inches side to side, road to site narrow and tree lined, tricky with bigger rig. Another dumpster needed for area near check in, the entire cost of site deducted when reservation was made three months ago. WiFi charges outrageous at $6.99 per night (bring your air card). Check in at busy times was a disaster for those that came for the weekend. To check in rigs have to pull in to register and then circle around across incoming traffic to get to their sites. Entertainment for us watching, not so good for those caught in the jam up. We will return because we avoided most of the bad stuff.
We really liked this campground. The owner was very nice and made sure we had a nice private roomy site. It was very quiet and peaceful there with room to walk the dogs. The park was very clean and the seasonals (there were many) were well kept. Nice landscaping around the whole campground. My only suggestion would be for the owners to invest in upgrading the bathrooms. They have seen better days and are not roomy at all. We used the facilities in the camper for the most part, but did use the campground bathroom before leaving. We will visit here again, as it is centrally located to antique shops and greenhouses. Lots to do.
The site we were in was very nice. The other sites were very close together and short. Inspect where you are being put before paying. Our only complaint was the constant skunk smell at our site. You could not sit outside at all. Taking the dogs out was difficult because of the smell. The restrooms were clean, and they are constantly making improvements at this campground. Trapping the skunk for relocation should be their next project.
We were greeted nicely upon arrival. We had stayed there before and told them that we knew where to go. It was crowded due to a kite boarding gathering that weekend. We had things off site to keep us busy and the group was well behaved. There were fireworks one night and beer parties two nights but again no bad behavior observed. We didn't use the pool and neither did anyone else. Bathrooms are dated but clean. I paid $15.00 for three tiny dogs. Not sure why the charge. Lots of dog waste from people not cleaning up after their dogs. Are people getting back for having to pay a dog fee? The pluses outweigh the minuses for us; therefore, we will return.
This was a very nice camping experience. Started with a very friendly greeting from the owner and her sister. Being led to the site and offered help setting up. The sites were spacious and fairly level. The new owners have owned the park for about a year, and it's obvious that they are working hard making improvements to a park that had become run down at one time. I see a great future for this campground and we plan a return visit. Very pet friendly too. A big plus for our three little dogs.
This park has a wide variation of site quality. Ours was not level but it was very spacious. We were on top of the mountain. Roadways are not paved and difficult to maneuver with a 35 foot rig. Narrow and winding roads are a challenge. Quiet with enough trees for shade, but not too many to be in the way. We would stay here again as there is a lot to see. Good beer store, Peabodys on route 105 towards Boone.
Well worth the effort to get to. The owner was wonderful, greeting us when we arrived with fresh pumpkin muffins. Handy to the trail and many places of interest. Park is small but beautifully done with roomy, level sites. Great TV and Wi-Fi reception. Bathrooms are clean and spacious. Nice roomy showers with lots of hot water. We will be back and spend more time here as there is lots to see and do.
We like this park enough to make it a yearly trip. Our first of each camping season. The bathrooms are the best anywhere. If you like to swim you will be in your glory. Our site was roomy and fairly level. Many children running around and lots of truck traffic and therefore noise on the side of the campground near the road. Also a business with a fan that runs every weekday. The fan has been in need of a dose of oil for years. Close to Amish sites and wineries. Worth the trip.
This was our third time to visit this park as there are not a lot to choose from in the area. As other people have said the sites are narrow and hilly. The hookups are good but the premium sites with decks are a disappointment because it leaves no room for dog pens etc. The park can get very crowded in season which is why we try to stay in the off season. Overall its a decent place to stay to visit the many local attractions in the area.
We stayed here for one night but would like to stay longer next visit. Many things to do in this beautiful area. Park is well maintained. Nice level roomy sites. Pretty little lake for fishing or sitting around. Park could use a few more receptacles for garbage. Laundry was a tad expensive to use. Park restricted to RVs 10 years old or newer. Adults only, which was to our liking. We will stay here again.
Park is well maintained. Big rigs and fifth wheels in separate areas. Roomy level sites with a very nice river view. Free washers. Individual bathroom/shower rooms. Small stocked ponds that I think could be used for fishing. Quiet and peaceful area. No children that I saw. Follow the parks directions instead of GPS. GPS will get you there but through a congested unkept part of the city. Overall we enjoyed our visit there. Most of the activities that we were interested in (riverboat cruises etc.) were on the other side of the river and not easy to get to. Plan carefully.
This is a very nice campground and I would have given it a 10 if the road noise was not so bad and they had cable. The TV using the antennae was very good and we only stayed there for one night so it worked for us. The greeting upon arrival was very nice and friendly. We were led to our site. The restrooms and showers were spotless. Campsites nice and roomy and well maintained. I would stay here again without a doubt.
The park is fine for an overnight stay. Nice folks at check in. It was close enough to the road that you could hear the trucks and traffic but it was liveable. The airplanes were a little more of a problem. Some seemed to be very close to landing. Luckily they did not continue past 11 PM. The dog pens are a nice touch for dog owners. A few campers there that seemed to be permanent but not a lot of people out and about. When our two 'neighbors' left it was nice and quiet at our end of the park. We avoid cities if we can but if you must stay in a congested area, this one is fine.
We had reservations and stopped at the gas station/McDonalds to register. Two young folks were 'manning' the check in but it took a while to find the reservation. Finally we were OKed for entry into the camping area. Told to go to site 6. We were given a key to open the electric box and water hook up. When we got to site six, there was someone else in it. Called and they said pick a site and let them know which one. No problem for us as we wanted a site in the back of the area. Site are very adequate but with typical desert foliage. Yucca and Russian sage etc. Gravel sites and areas between sites. It was sparse but clean and level. The casino had good food that was reasonable and within a short walk to the camping sites. No traffic noise that would keep one awake. Water and electric worked well. We would stay here again. The price was right.
The campground is close to Durango and Silverton and many local sights. My main complaint is that the sites are small and they sure do jam in the units. Your sewer hook up is right next to where your neighbors picnic table sits. They welcome dogs but charge $5.00 per dog (one time per visit) but I did not see the reason for the charge. Not like they had to clean a room or ?? The site that we stayed on had dog waste on it when we arrived and I think people are unhappy about the dog charge and don't clean up as a result. The sites are gravel for the most part which does get dusty when it is hot and dry. The garbage pick up is nice and the Verizon air card reception great. Good TV reception with many channels. I have been to worse parks and when you stay at popular area parks, there are some things you have to give up. The laundry area is nice and clean but expensive to use, $1.75 per load. I checked out most of the local campgrounds and all seem to be crowded so this park is as good as any.
This is a unique park in that you can actually see the sites on their website and pick one that you like. We were up on the hill and liked the little yard area that each site had. The entire site was gravel. The sites were a tad short for big rigs but they made do by parking their trucks etc. sideways. The owners were very nice and even hosted an ice cream social for campers. The park is centrally located to many attractions in the area. Wildlife abounds. We would stay here again. One channel on the TV so bring your dish or you can rent one here for a monthly charge. Nice laundry available and it is reasonable.
Very pleasant campground. We were escorted to our site and it was very roomy and had a nice 'yard' area. If the park was crowded, my opinion would be different. Luckily it was not crowded when we were here and the owner put each camper in, every other site. Had the 'in between' sites filled it would be very unpleasant. No cable TV here but the air card worked just fine. I would camp here again. Also a nice fenced in area for the dogs to run around. Many trails to hike around the campground too.
Close to a road that was fairly quiet but every once in a while the noise was noticeable. The choice of trees in each site was questionable. Chestnuts and walnuts. You can imagine the sound of the fruits on the camper roof at night!! The other hazard was trying to walk on the walnuts in the campsite. The people were quite nice. It was fine for an overnight stay but that was all that I would want. The bathrooms were clean but only the basics. Two showers (one behind the other). Luckily the campground was not crowded. Laundry was nice and clean. Again, an overnight stay would be fine.