This is a spacious park that combines a nice setting with excellent amenities. We had a site that backed up to a small patio with a swing and a view of the ocean through the trees. We had strong 50-amp electric, good water pressure and sewer. Although we had a cable hookup we didn’t use it because our spot had easy satellite acquisition. The wifi was free and adequate. There is plenty of space for maneuvering big rigs. Trinidad is a nice little community and nearby Patrick’s Point State Park has some great views.
This is definitely not a destination park. It is a relatively tight parking lot although there is big rig maneuverability. There was a fair occurring at the time of our stay but the noise was only mildly annoying. Utilities were good with the exception of wifi which was weak.
This is a 10 as a campground but very average as an RV Park. The setting is spectacular among the redwoods. There is plenty of space to maneuver big rigs. But you will be short on amenities. It is almost impossible to get satellite TV and there is no cable. The 30-amp electricity often fell below 110 volts. The wifi was expensive and inconsistent. On the plus side full hookups are available. The park is not near restaurants or supermarkets but there is the Pacific Coast Highway to the south toward Fort Bragg and Redwood State Park to the north. The closes small town is Garberville which bears the title of “marijuana heartland of America.”
Lots of space with large pull-thru sites. Not a great view and the wind howled throughout the night of our overnight stay. But the utilities were good, the staff was friendly, and we could even buy pizza in the office. Although a few miles outside of town, this is probably the nicest park in Amarillo.
This is an excellent park for overnight or longer term stays. It has spacious level sites with good utilities including cable. Most sites are fine for satellite reception and the wifi is very good. If we are in Flagstaff in the future, we will definitely choose this park again.
This is an aging park primarily for long-term campers. But it worked well for an overnight stay. The manager was very friendly and helpful. Sites are a little tight but have full hookups with good power and water pressure.
I think that the designation as a “big rig” campground for this park is highly questionable. My low rating is for our rig which is just over 40 feet in length. I would recommend against taking any rig longer than 36’ into the park due to the tight roads and tight and short pull thrus. It is an aging park although they seem to be working hard on upkeep. Apparently they have remodeled the shower facilities. WiFi is erratic.
This is not a great Big Rig Campground, but it does have its own charm. The roads and sites are dirt and the recent rains made them soggy. The sites are uneven although it was not difficult to level our rig. Wi-Fi is only available at the office. On the other hand the setting of the campground is on Colonel By Lake that provides associated wildlife and great sunsets. The park is exceptionally friendly to birds and has a large approachable population of birds including peacocks and a variety of geese.
This campground is a 9 for camping and a 4 for RVing. We were here nine years ago and it was beautiful. This time we arrived on a 3-day weekend and found a crowded campground with lots of tents. They said that there was only one site in the campground that would hold our 42-foot RV even if the campground were empty. That is probably due to the large percentage of sites that are seasonal. Fortunately we had reserved a site four months in advance. The available site was a 30-amp with no sewer. Wi-Fi here is nearly non existent. If it is available at all you need to go to the office. Some of the crowded tent areas looked like refugee camps. The large number of campers taxed the single shower facility of the campground. The setting for the campground is idyllic with a nice beach and beautiful coastline. Cape Breton in general is a beautiful spot to visit. However, we will look for another campground if we visit again.
Marco Polo is an immense campground with large and level sites. There are a large number of seasonal campers and a large number of children. There are many transient sites available. We had a 50-amp site that was very spacious. Wi-Fi was adequate and we had Direct TV access. Cavendish is a strange mix of natural beauty (national park) and tourist trap (amusement parks). The countryside is beautiful with rolling hills of varied shades of green..
Percè is a great destination spot. It has beautiful scenery, some neat mountain hiking trails, and Bonaventure Island. Although most campers spent only a day or two at Cote Surprise, we spent two weeks and had a great time. The campground is big rig friendly with large and reasonably level sites. During our stay a caravan of twenty rigs was easily accommodated. At the same time there are several very nice tent camping areas. Sites were only thirty amp but Wi-Fi was good and we had good access to the Direct TV satellites.
Not many amenities here, but this campground is adequate for a pleasant stay. Our site was very roomy and in the open for satellite reception. We were limited to 30 amps but had full hookups. It is located directly on route 132. There is a good restaurant across the street from the campground.
This is a small square campground with mostly grass sites. There are no signs on the main highway indicating its location so you need to have clear directions to get there even though it is just a block off the highway. The campground is located in town and is convenient to a couple of restaurants. We have a 42-foot RV and maneuvering was a little tight but doable. Their Wi-Fi worked and we were able to get Direct TV at our 30-amp site.
This is an expansive campground built in levels on the side of a hill opposite the St. Lawrence River. The sites are reasonably flat and reasonably hospitable to big rigs. The campgrounds major asset is its accommodating owner. In addition to being generally accommodating she was very helpful to us in finding a dentist when a dental emergency arose. We had both Wi-Fi and Direct TV from our site on level D.
This campground is organized into a series of rows with two very narrow roads on either side of a creek running front to back. Both roads are two-way but single lane. The sites are level dirt sites with full 30-amp hookups. Water can be an issue in heavy rains. It is a decent campground with no major positives or negatives.
This is an excellent big rig campground. Our site was large and level and provide 50-amp full hookups. Wi-Fi is good and most sites are open to the southwest sky for TV. The location of the campground is convenient to Montreal and several small villages to the south. There is also an RV dealership next door.
Hickory Hill is a large campground near the small community of Bath, NY. It is in a quiet location, but is relatively easy to access from I-86. Our campsite was in a large open area near the top of the campground and provided easy satellite TV access. It was still the off season, so the campground was quiet. Our site was level with the only negative being a lack of WiFi. The location is near enough to provide access to the Finger Lakes.
The owner of Lakeside is a friendly and helpful guy. The campground is primarily a permanent site campground with a few transient sites. They have improved the transient sites and they are level and provide quality 50-amp full hookups. Our rooftop dish was blocked by a tree but we were able to pick up Direct TV with our portable dish. The campground Wi-Fi is also good. The campground is easily accessible from I-90.
The managers of this park have been steadily improving the park since they purchased it twelve years ago. It is primarily a family-oriented permanent site park, but has a few transient sites available. The entrance to the park is a somewhat rough and narrow road and the park is adjacent to a federal prison, but once inside provides a comfortable, if rustic, setting. Our full-hookup site provided 50-amp electricity and easy satellite TV access. The campground Wi-Fi worked well. The full time tenants in the campground generally maintain their sites well and were friendly to visitors. We were there for a holiday weekend and were impressed by the good behavior of the many young people who were there.
This is a pretty park with a very large campground. However, big rig sites are a small percentage of the total and there are only a handful of full hookups available. We have been to the park during the peak season and it is very full and not a good place to stay. This time we reserved a full-hookup site and were one of eight rigs in the entire park. We were in site 5 and had to work a bit to level the rig. But otherwise the site was great and positioned well for satellite TV. The park offers three lakes, some hiking trails and an inn with a restaurant. We enjoyed our week-long stay. Our rating is definitely an off-season rating.
Finding a full-hookup site in the Cleveland area is not easy. When a major event is not taking place at the fairgrounds it provides a nice solution. The unadvertised campground is at the front of the park and requires some knowledge of how to get there. It is best to call the fairgrounds office in advance to arrange a stay although they do not take reservations. We were the only rig in the campground for the three nights that we were there. The grass was a bit long and damp due to some heavy rains, but the site was reasonably level (we had our choice of any one that we wanted) and the hookups worked. There are no amenities including no restrooms or showers, and no WiFi. The location in Berea is convenient to the southwest Cleveland suburbs and the downtown area and is close to I-71. It is the only decent option in the area.
A few years ago this park was converted from a campground to an RV park. The new sites are all nearly identical and will all easily handle big rigs. There are trees but satellite TV is accessible from many sites. All sites are electric only and all are 50-amps. The showers and restrooms were excellent during our stay, but we were there during a quiet part of the year and things could be different during high volume months. The state park itself is a wonder. We have travelled a great deal and cannot think of anywhere that has more diversity of environment in such a small area. The lake side of the dunes is a nice beach while the other side is a combination forest and marsh. The trails both climb the dunes and meander through the forest. This is an especially nice stop during the early spring and late fall. They have reduced the rate on the sites and visitors are subjected to only a one-time park entry fee no matter their length of stay in the campground.
Martin’s has been for sale for several years. While it lasts, it is the best option for a full-hookup campground near Chicago and its south suburbs. The utilities are well maintained and the grass is cut, but it is definitely not a luxury campground. Many of the sites are less than level. At the time of our stay, the campground was full due to the presence of pipeline workers who were engaged in a local project. This necessitated that we take a site without sewer until a full-hookup site was available. The owner was very helpful in meeting our needs. While a really good overnight stop just off I-80, it is less inviting for longer stays.
This is a great park for big rigs. The back in sites easily hold both a motorhome and car. The park is immaculate and the people are very friendly. They even had a free raspberry sundae outing in the clubhouse in honor of the opening of the Olympics. Electric service was 50-amp and we had good direct TV reception. This park was a definite winner.
As sited before, this campground is designed primarily for overnight stays and it meets that need very well. The sites are in an amphitheater shape kind of like a drive in movie set up. Everything is gravel but the sites are exceptionally easy to maneuver in and out of. All utilities are new and great including Wi-Fi. Restrooms and showers are outstanding.
This is a large campground with a variety of sites. We were in a long pull through in the "E" section that provided plenty of length for our motor home and tow. While the spaces next to us were vacant there was plenty of space. Not so when those sites fill. They are very tight. The site was dirt but level. There was no real hope of picking up Wi-Fi there. The campground resides on a busy road and the entry/exits have a relatively sharp drop off to the road. These can be a little rough on a motor home.
The only reason for not giving this campground a 10 was the lack of Wi-Fi. The site we had (40) near the lake was a pull through that was ideal for our 42' motor home and tow. The utilities were good and the view of the lake added to the enjoyment of our stay. The park was nearly empty at the time of our stay and provided lots of room to roam with our dog. The price was right too!
We echo other reviewers who sight the excellent management of this park. The sites are extremely well maintained and level. The location along Boone Lake is nice. WiFi reception was good. If there is a negative, it is that the campground might be to much like a parking lot for those who like lots of trees and curving roads. We would definitely stay here again!
This is exceptionally well-maintained and well-run campground. The sites are level and easily accessible by large motorhomes (ours is 42 feet). Cable TV and WiFi access was very good. The staff was competent and friendly. Hendersonville and Ashville were both funky and interesting communities. We spent ten days in this campground.
We stayed here at the Passport America Rate and that made it easily the best value campground in Myrtle Beach. We originally planned a two-week stay, but enjoyed the park and area so much that we extended an extra 10 days. In addition to Barefoot Landing, it's close to shopping, and has unlimited choices in restaurants, the beach was close enough for easy access. The only negative that we found was weak WiFi. The campground was very well maintained.
This is as good as it gets for an overnight stop. This exceptionally well-maintained park offers great Passport America pull-through sites (albeit without sewer) that are long and wide. The surroundings are barren, but the park is great!
This campground would rate a ten were it not for the excessive price and necessity of purchasing (Tengo) Wi-Fi. There were a number of sites that would easily accommodate our 42' motorhome and our site gave us just enough sky among the trees to find Direct TV with our portable dish. We were here after the crowds had left so there was plenty of space throughout the campground. We spent two weeks and enjoyed the weather and the many pine trees. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again!
We only spent one night here but would have been happy to stay for a longer period. The ten rating is for the campground. There didn't appear to be a lot to do in Lone Pine or the surrounding area. But the campground was well kept and the sites easily accommodated our motorhome. All utilities, including Wi-Fi, worked fine. The owners were friendly and helpful. This campground was a surprising find in this somewhat remote area.
The area around this campground (Mono Lake Valley) was a pleasant surprise for both its beauty and interesting features. The campground itself is well run with comfortable sites. We had a water and electric site that was a nice pull through. The owners are very informative and accommodating. Our only criticism is a weak Wi-Fi system provided by an independent contractor who charges for it. We had to go to the office to get a signal.
I think this park might be a 10 for camping. We are fulltime motorhomers and it was not as well suited to us. There are sites that will accommodate big rigs with most of them in loop H. But we were without Direct TV (no sky view) and Wi-Fi. It is a pleasant state park and close enough to the great scenic areas north of Florence to enable visits to Heceta Lighthouse and Cape Perpetua. We stayed during the non-ATV season and so it was quiet.
Outstanding short stay park with super facilities that are exceptionally well cared for. It would be a great place for a longer stay except that the area has little to offer for recreation or entertainment. We did find a very nice restaurant in Janesville about 7 miles from the campground. We spent two nights here.
This is a unique campground located on a working cattle ranch. The setup is very nice with spacious full hookup sites located in a large oval with a grass area in the middle. We enjoyed our stay especially walking around the ranch and through the cattle. This would have been a 10 except that we had to go to the laundry for Wi-Fi access.
The owners of this park are very friendly and accommodating. While the park has a rustic feel to it, the interior roads are smooth and well maintained. The sites are spacious and the hookups are fine. The only downside was that the Wi-Fi signal did not reach our site. We had a good time in Gold Beach and hiking along the Pacific coast south of the town. We stayed for a week and would return to this park.
We spent a great week at this park. It is a very friendly campground even including a pig roast get together where we were welcomed by seasonal campers. The facilities are excellent. We stayed in the section of the park farthest from the bay and it was very pleasant. The park is on the three capes scenic road with super views and still is close enough to Tillamook for shopping.
This is a great location for visiting the Royal Gorge. The campground owner was very friendly and accommodating. We have a large motorhome and had no leveling problems at our site. The campground is a bit rustic but has all facilities (although we settled for 30 amp electric) including wifi. This is an area where there are many campground choices. This campground was the most economical of those and proved to be a pleasant place to spend a week.
This is an excellent place to stay near Buena Vista. There are a variety of sites that range from shaded back in sites to pull throughs. The one drawback is that a number of the sites have shared hookups and can be tight for big rigs. We were fortunate to have a roomy pull through site. Management of the campground is excellent. We would definitely recommend this campground.
We understand that this campground has been under new ownership for the past year. Those folks who have stayed here annually say that it is a tremendous improvement. The owners are very involved with and caring toward their campers. The facilities are excellent and their were a number of activities including a 4th of July BBQ while we were there. They have excellent wifi. We stayed here for a week.
This is an excellent big rig campground. The sites are large with convenient hookups. We were on the fringe of the wifi range, but it was good when connected. Highway is fairly busy but there was not a noise problem. It is a well managed and pleasant campground with mountain views and lots of places to visit, especially to the south.
We were parked directly next to the good restaurant at this campground. As a result we were among the very few who had wifi at our site. Wifi is available in the restaurant. There is considerable work being done to improve the sites at the campground especially on the upper level where there is a great view of the Sawtooth Mountains. Exceptionally friendly owners made this week-long stay more enjoyable.
The Sun Valley area is a great place to spend a week. This RV park is an adequate place to stay. The sites are tight with shared utilities, but we were fortunate to get an end site that afforded some privacy. The hookups are in good shape and the wifi works. We spent a week here.
This campground has limited facilities for larger rigs, and they have somewhat deteriorated and are barely large enough. The only available wifi is near the owner's home. However, the owner was friendly and helpful, and that helped a good deal.
We spent a month at this park and paid the monthly rate. The park is very well maintained. The wi-fi, although at additional cost, is excellent. The staff is very friendly and the campsites are well appointed.
As with most Escapee Coop parks the sites here are excellent. They are very roomy and extremely well kept. This park is not as active or friendly as many of the other coop parks, but was still very comfortable. There is plenty of hiking and sightseeing in the area with Crater Lake National Park as a nice day trip.
This campground is under new ownership. The setting is very nice but the facilities are in some disrepair. Maneuverability is limited for large rigs but manageable. There appear to be only three sites that are not permanents. Directly up a hill from the campground is Port Orford Heads with some wonderful views of the coast. WiFi was not available when we stayed but is supposed to be coming. It was a good spot at the Passport America rate.
The park's location is scenic and quiet. Because we stayed here in October there was plenty of room, but the sites would be pretty narrow when the campground is full. The facility is well kept and the wifi (extra charge) is excellent. Satellite reception is easy with no trees near the campsites. The surrounding countryside is accessible by car, bike or on foot and is scenic with many trees including redwoods. The ocean is three miles from the campground. A good place to spend some time!
This is a well kept park with friendly management and grass sites. It is located near town and within walking or biking distance of restaurants and shops. There is about a half-mile walk to the beach where you will find over 20 miles of sand.
This is a very friendly and well-managed campground. The setting is magnificent. Sites are roomy and easy to get in and out of. Our only complaint was that the WiFi was very inconsistent. Valdez is a great place to visit.
This is a well-kept and well-managed campground with a convenient location to Seatac Airport, Seattle, and Tacoma. The sites are not very roomy although they will accommodate 40-foot motor homes. There is a bike path nearby. It is located on a noisy street.