We stayed here on a totally unplanned overnight stop, due to a mechanical problem. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We had stayed once before, 2004 when it was a KOA. The campground was very quiet (Sunday eve). Our pull-through site had lots of space. Everything was clean. The hot tubs were a great extra after a long day. Pool clean. We didn't have a chance too be on the river as last time, but took a walk down to the waterfalls at the end. We even enjoyed the rabbits on the grounds. We would definitely return here.
The Lancaster area is one of our favorite places to go camping. A great campground if you are going to Dutch Wonderland and many local sites on Route 30. However it is not a destination campground. We found no activities or even a pool to relax, but we knew that when we booked. The staff was nice. The campground was very clean and very family friendly. The negative would be the site layouts - sharing a campsite with another camper, very tight, not comfortable if you didn't plan to camp with others. We had to ask them to move their vehicle if we wanted to get our motorhome out of our site. Would return, but we would make sure we did not have one of those sites.
This our 8th annual trip to Knobels Campground. This is the first time we stayed in the back of the park (Klondike section). Although we didn't want to be back that far, we loved it, despite the walk. This area is nice and quiet, shady and spacious and the rollercoaster isn't heard the entire time. We had 6 teenagers with us and even had room for one small 3-man tent. They have a "fun" bus that does travel through the campground to shuttle you to the front of the campground near the park entrance and it comes by fairly often.
Excellent city campground. Nice concrete pavers. Plenty of space between sites. All back-in sites. Catering to Class A's but we camped here in our 30' Motorhome. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Very accommodating. The pool (refreshing) and hot tub (hot) were small, but beautiful. Bathroom and showers at pool very clean. The campground is great for visiting and walking all around New Orleans, a straight walk into the main area of the French Quarter (St. James), worth the extra dollars. The campground is very secure - security gate. The staff will drive you out to one of New Orleans visitor's center in their golf cart to the end of their property line. It is not a far walk, but it was in the 90s when we visited, they will also pick you up if you call them on your way back in, it was very nice extra. I would stay here again in a minute. Despite being in the city with Route 10 and easy on and off. This campground gets a 10 in our book.
We were here on the July 3-5, it was a very crowded campground on a holiday. If you like an active campground with lots of activities this is your campground. We amuse ourselves occasionally for our children. Since we like quieter camping. The kids loved it here -- Indoor pool, outdoor pool with slide, snack bar, mini golf, bouncing mat, plenty of children with bikes, giant chess game on the lawn, DJ, dances, large camp store, tube on the river just behind the campground. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It was a short drive from the Smoky Mountain National Park entrance and visitor's center. The only thing I did not like about the campground was the mixed sites. Since we camped in a motorhome and we where mixed with tents and pop-ups as well as travel trailers its hard to relax - its two different types of camping. I felt we were riding over there nicely spread out tents and cooking areas, if we drove out for the day. Would stay again if in the area, but not on a holiday week and I would specify the site area, since I am now familiar with the campground.
Very nice campground. Sites are not spacious, but we found ours to be very level. We where in the very back of the campground with a field behind us. Family campground. Pool very nice. Playground for the kids. Laundry clean. Showers and bathhouse clean and water hot. There was also a stream that runs along one side of the campground that you could walk along. Mother and baby ducks walked down the road everyday from the stream. This campground is off the tourist road and very quiet but crowded. There are trolley stops nearby, but I would not pick this campground if that is what you are planning to use. That was what are original plan was but it was better to drive than wait for it to come by the campground. Near Dollywood and about 40 minutes depending on traffic from Smoky National Park and many other attractions in the area. We camped here 4 nights.
The campground was staff were very nice. The campground is need of some improvements. The site was level. The sites had concrete slaps, but they were very narrow, if you didn't pull-in just perfect you were in a ditch or hit a tree. I believe all most all the sites where pull-thru. We overnight here. On top of the KOA extra charge for two children the pool had a very nice water slide, but it was $6 extra even for guests, which I thought was a little pricey since I was already paying that $3 for the extra child to sleep in my camper. The pool needed a good cleaning. Outside guests (day-visitors) are permitted to swim in the pool and use the slide until 6 p.m. daily too. It advertised as having won the Presidential award in 2006??? It wasn't for beautification and sites. Maybe water slide and friendly staff. I wouldn't go out of my way to stay here again, if passing through Mississippi, but it would be ok to spend the night if you needed to.
Beautiful campground. Although it is basically on blacktop the sites have grassy area in between. Landscaped with palm trees and flowers. Each site had two benches that you can put together and make a table. The pool refreshing. I believe this campground is fairly new. With Katrina's destruction still very present in Bilouxi Gulf Coast this was a great find. Within walking distance to the Beach Blvd. - (20 mins on foot), but nothing to really see there. The casinos are nearby. I would definite stop here again if I was in the area, once things get build backup. The office staff was very friendly. - Free coffee too. WIFI connection was very good. Family friendly, but no planned activities.
This campground is great. Our 12 year-old son's favorite on our three week trip. We stayed two night/three days. As part of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area it had a Jr. Ranger program for the children too. The park ranger on duty was very nice as well as the rest of the staff. The campground sites were very spacious - I would even say huge. We biked around the four sections of the campground to the pool and stable area. The was a public pool, very clean and well supervisored (small extra fee). Playgrounds. Horseback riding. If you travel with your horses this seem to be the place. We didn't, but a couple of the sections of the campground had many trailers. The restrooms and showers were clean and hot water. Plenty of trails to hike too. A definitely stop on our next trip through Tennessee. Ranger program at night. We highly recommend this place for camp.
This was our first time in the state of Kentucky. I would recommended this State Park campground. It was very family oriented. Pool available (extra charge) with diving board within walking distance of the campground, 18-hole golf course as well as a mini golf near the campground, horseback riding, tennis, lake - boating, cave tours and more. We only over nighted here so it was hard to do everything. After the pool we walked to the park lodge on a surpassing path with a natural bridge, one of the highlights for my husband and son. There was even a nice restaurant in the lodge. Spacious and shaded sites. I would definitely go back to just relax a few days and there is plenty to do if you like to stay active.
This was an overnight stop off that we drove into after along drive north. The hosts were very friendly and the campground was very clean. They seemed to be experiencing a drought, so there wasn't much of a waterfall in the city park next to the campground, except the hour long thunderstorm changed that to a beautiful falls early evening. This was a nice unexpected stop at a good price.
We stayed at this campground for 3 nights. Extra person fee (2 Adults+) $5/night, a little steep, but after we saw how much there was for the kids to due, it paid for itself. The kids had so much fun they wanted to stay at the campground and not tour the area. We registered for what to turned out to be a fantastic tour of San Francisco (fee) that left right from the campground each morning. The staff was very friendly and helpful. WIFI connection was excellent from our site. We where in the back area behind the rec. hall.