The site was long and level. All hook ups were fine but we with the had a little air in the water like previous comments. It is close to the highway and a little noisy but with A/C on we had no problem sleeping. We would stop again for an overnight.
Check in staff very friendly. Escorted us to our site. Site was level front to back but side to side way off and did not get perfectly level with double pads under my jacks. Bathhouse very clean although showers were small with hot water. Many permanents but no problems. A few with roof leaks and blue tarps covering them and I would think the park staff owner would stop that as it tends to look junky. As an overnight stop I would stop again.
Office staff was friendly and registered us very fast. Sites are very long and large. You can get any length of RV in these sites. Slightly wooded but good for satellite. Showers worked good and were clean and also just painted. As you leave the park there is a gas station at the end of the road before you get back on the highway. The pumps are also parallel to the road which makes it easy to fill up. We would stop again.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Paved sites are a little worn but but better than dirt sites. A lot of old campers that should be cleaned up but overall the campground was fine. Near I-95 so a little noise, but it was bearable. We would stop again.
Nice campground, big pull throughs. They allow washing of RV. We did not use the showers/washrooms but they appear clean. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Campground is located on a two lane road approx three miles from Highway 35 which makes very quiet.
We stopped here for 1 night on the way to Kalispell. Has large pull through sites with full hook-ups. Owner works so he comes by later and collects the fees. Takes cash only as far as I know, but the price is right and he gives a Good Sam Discount. Very friendly people working here. Although there is no river sites the river is on the campground property and is supposed to be good fishing. Great place to stop over or just stay for a couple of days. If you are heading westbound and stop in, remember to exit the campground to the left on US 12 as the westbound entrance ramp is not at the same exit you got off on.
Very nice campground. Closest place to the Little Big Horn Battlefield. Bathrooms/Showers were immaculate and also had music piped in. No clubhouse, but they had a covered area where groups could get together with picnic tables. Staff were very personable and provided a lot of info on the area. We would definitely camp here again.
We stayed here in mid week before the Memorial Day rush. It is not far off the highway and you have to drive one farm road to get there which is not bad. The campground was wonderfully quiet. Drawbacks were no cable and no sewer, but a dump station is available but could be hard to go around the circle in a big rig. You could very easily dump and back out then hook up your dinghy which we did in our 38' motorhome. Owners were very friendly and helpful with local info. If you have a dog, there is a good path/road to walk them through the woods. Showers are on a timer but water was hot and they were clean. I would definitely camp here again.
Very clean well kept park. Sites are very large and private. We camp there every year for a week and really enjoy it. Boat launch on the Suwanee River. Small village shops within the park as well as buildings with history of Stephen Foster. Plenty of room to walk or bike. Nice quiet park. There are other parks in the White Springs area but this is the best.
This is the second year we traveled through Nashville and we liked it so much last year we made it a point to stop again this year. This is a great park with lots of shade at the sites. Most spots you need a portable dish but you can pick up a few locals. Sites are humongous like most COE Campgrounds. All weekends appear to be booked so I recommend camp Mon thru Thurs. Pretty quiet during the week this time of year but I can imagine it is really busy on weekends. Has a beach, playground, and a boat launch. Lake is very big and some sites back right up on your private beach. Anytime I travel this way I will make it a point to stop here.
This park is really no frills and at Exit 1 on I-40. The restrooms are located at the restaurant in front of the park but no showers. There is also a little store and gas at the entrance. It has 16 sites, 5 of which are 50 amp. Our rate reflects Passport America with 50 amp. Sites are plenty big and we used site 12 so we could open all 4 slides. No cable or wifi but for $12 a night it is just what we were looking for a one night stay on the road. I would stay here again.
This is a very nice park with a friendly staff. It is located approx 1 mile from US 40. The town of Williams is about 1 1/2 mile from the park. Only has 2 showers but they are separate rooms for either sex and are large enough for a small family. Very clean and plenty of hot water. If you have a dog they can get off the leash on the back side of park where the trees are. Little store on site. It is about 60 miles straight on US 64 to Grand Canyon Park. The only drawback was the pool was not heated and it is advertised as heated indoor pool. Water was a little too cold for me to get in. Sites are gravel but very large and sewer hose must be off the ground. Very nice park and we would definitely stay there again.
This is a large Mobile Home Park (55 plus community) located at W Dunlap Ave. about a mile east of I-17. RV sites are located in a corner of the park right along Dunlap Ave. but divided with a fence but a lot of road noise. The dog walk area is all gravel so on hot days it could be a problem. They have a 2 pet limit. It is cheap enough and served out needs as we were visiting some relatives in the area. The sites have a concrete patio slab but 40' is the max length. The swimming pool/spa is centrally located in the park so it is a good ways from the RV Sites. The staff was very friendly and if you need a cheap place and live out of your RV, it is fine. We would stay here again.
This is very nice campground. Lots of work going on around the outside of the park but does not affect the campground. Looks like they may be enlarging the park and repairing the roads. The sites were gravel and very large. Every site has a covered picnic table which is really nice. Only problem we had was with the wind which is not their fault but there is nothing to block the wind. Beautiful at night with million stars. Approximately 20 miles from downtown Roswell. We would camp there again.
This is a really nice clean park. We parked on the asphalt but most of the sites are pea gravel. Very well maintained and the office staff were helpful. We originally registered for 5 nights but decidced to stay another 2 days since we really enjoyed it. A mile south of the highway exit so no road noise. Approximately 3 miles from downtown Benson, 24 miles from Tombstone and 40 miles from the Davis Mothan Boneyard. The only negative thing I would have to say is the Pool/Spa hours. They do not open until 12:00 and close at 8:00 pm. I would like to see the Spa open at 9:00 am and close at 10:00 pm when quiet hours are. The pool was not heated yet but the water was bearable. This is a very nice park and I would definitely camp here again.