Check in good. Many trees so there are satellite issues, but thee are lots of local channels on external antenna. Not an easiest access from I-94. We just did an overnight stay, should be OK to visit activities in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Traffic issues on I-94 if you arrive/depart during morning/evening rush hours.
Easy access from I-74. Internal roads narrow, lots of trees, not good for satellite reception but good reception for local channels on antenna. Utilities not located properly for larger units. Limited items at store when we stopped.
No issue with the Campground, cable and utilities worked fine, did not try the Wi-Fi. Be aware of extra fees for guests and probably other fees that we did not encounter. We have stayed at many campgrounds and this is the first time we have had to pay a fee for guests. Had to pay for our granddaughter to visit for about an hour the first day of our visit.
Easy access off I-75 to the west about 0.5 mile on north side of road. OK for a overnight stop or short visit to the Berea area. Pull thru site that we had was short and we had to unhook. There had been lots of rain and the sites were soft but appeared to be good gravel. We would do another overnight stop.
With the temporary closure of exit 129 on I-75, missed the turn and had to take an alternate route. Called the office, did not get much assistance other than the exact address. Upon arrival after a lot of rain, found the gravel site standing in water and soft. Had to use boards under all wheels and jacks. Entry road is narrow with a couple of hills that impede visual sighting of oncoming traffic. Think it would be difficult for 2 large units to meet on the road. Rate is Good Sam.
Excellent staff, good check in, led to site. Long pull through sites, good utilities, and close to a lot of activities in the Orlando area. Only issue is price, but that is to be expected of a quality facility in Orlando. Our second time to visit, and will come again if in the area. One of the best KOA's facilities that we have used.
The site is about 5 miles off I-90/94 on country roads and it a nice location and quiet. However, the interior roads are narrow and some steep turns. The pull through sites are not level and the utilities are not located in a good place for a motorhome. Would not recommend the on site restaurant due to poor quality food.
Narrow interior roads, sites good packed gravel, long pull-through site so that you did not have to unhook for an overnight stop. Long way from Omaha when traveling each day to ball games in Omaha. Would be a good overnight stop for us. Verizon card worked good.
Great park, friendly staff, with large pull through sites (100 ft) that easily accommodates large rigs towing a vehicle. Good utilities. Large shade trees on many sites but they do not interfere with driving in the park. Great place to spend a day or two or just an overnight stop.
If you are traveling east or west on I-94 and plan to camp in the Fargo, ND / Moohead, MN area, then this is the best campsite in the area on I-94. Convenient to the FM area and the Minnesota lake country. We have stayed several weeks and will return when in the area. No on site management for the city-Lions Club park, pull in, pick a site and pay in the envelope at the entrance. Limited playground equipment but plenty of wide open space, good grass, good utilities, and large pull through sites.
Older campground and facilities are showing their age. The entry and interior roads are narrow and some tight turns. Friendly staff. It appears that there were several permanent units in the park. Utilities are spread out and not on central post. OK for an overnight stop.
Easy access from I-380 at exit 41. Friendly owners, park well kept, long pull through sites, good utility hook ups, large lots, no close units, and this is our 3rd stay here. Highly recommend this park as it is one of the nicest parks that we have stayed at in 3 years of RVing.
We have stayed at this park three times in the last three years. One of the best, if not the best park, that we have stayed at from Orlando to New Mexico, to Homer, AK and to Washington, DC and many places in between. Owner and staff friendly, park clean, excellent utilities, concrete level sites, and restroom and common areas are always clean. Highly recommend this campground. Will always stay here when in the Brunswick, GA area. Good Sam Rate
Echo previous comments. Large sites, all full utilities, paved and level. Excellent place to bike, hike, large pool and small campground store. Satellite reception good on our site. Did not use the Wi-Fi but signal was strong at our site. Easy to get to the beach and local restaurants.
Good check in experience. Provides a discount for previous military service. Small park (29) sites, all back-in. Good utilities and cable. Did not use the Wi-Fi. About 3 blocks to beach. Somewhat difficult to find but overall a quality park adequate space between sites. Concrete pads make leveling a non-issue. Open sites, trees are small.
A dump. Should have checked RV reviews first. Would not recommend even for overnight. The restrooms are dirty, no cable, Wi-Fi weak, and entrance is not easy to get into with a big rig. Also, interior roads are narrow difficult to navigate. Don't understand why this is given a Good Sam rating. Would not stay again or recommend this campground.
Good access from I-75 for an overnight stop. Our site was not level (front wheels off ground about 6 inches when level). In looking at other lots around us, most appear to slope. Good utility connections. Not much noise from interstate traffic. Grass between lots and the sites and roads are solid packed gravel. Good check in experience and led to site. Grounds were clean and grass mowed.
Nice staff in office, just off I-64, easy in and out. The pull through sites were not level. The utilities are not laid out good, sewer in wrong place for most motorhomes. Poor design for a new campground. Could not make some of the turns into the one-way streets. Lots of gravel but still need more in places. We arrived after 3 days of rain.
Rate is Good Sam for electric and water. Sewer available if needed. Excellent overnight stop. Easy access from I-380 on NE corner of Exit 41. Good hook ups, level lots, long pull throughs. Will definitely stay again if in the area, we stopped in May going north and again in August going south. Owners on site and actively manage the campground.
The new owners are providing excellent service and are improving the park. The owners are personally involved in the daily operation of the park which is a great positive. Echo the comments of other reviewers on the excellent sites. Our site had a good growth of Lilac bushes that provided privacy on one side. The laundry has 5 washers and dryers. Will stay here again if in the area and would not hesitate to recommend it to others.
A good experience at check in and led to the site. Our site had asphalt and good access to the utilities. We had a minor problem with our RV and the staff provided insight to how I could repair. Made the repair at minimum expense which would have cost substantially more at a repair facility. Roads are not dusty like other campgrounds in the area. Would recommend this campground to others and we will stay here again if in the area. Easy access to attractions in town.
Good stop after returning from Canada. Our space was fairly level but others were not. Could not use a hose to wash bugs from RV windshield per the owners. Probably would stay again, if going to Canada and it was stopping time.
Arrived after a rainstorm and the interior roads were muddy, not enough gravel and rutted. The supposedly pull through site required us to unhook or tow vehicle. The site was only long enough for the 40 ft MH. WiFi worked poorly at our site on the back of the park. Lots of permanent setups and long term users. Would try to plan trip to avoid stopping here again.
Positives, friendly owners, good food in restaurant. Negatives, bathrooms dirty, laundry dirty, only 20 AMP electric supplied by their own generator which is noisy and the fumes drifted toward sites when we were there. Would plan trip better in future to avoid stopping other than to eat. Not the best site for a large motorhome (40 Ft) or one that needs 30 AMP service as the minimum.
Some sites are not level, therefore difficult to level your unit depending on size. The manager allowed us to change sites as the original site was not adequate for a 40 ft motorhome. Some difficulty in getting into some sites with larger units. Staff was helpful. Inadequate cable system, Wi-Fi works OK. Would probably stay again if in the area.
Large lots, green grass, and space to park a tow vehicle are all positives for this park. Restrooms are showers really clean. Three washers and three dryers. Excellent staff provided useful information on the area and where to fish. Gravel spaces are stable and level. All utilities included in the rate. No cable and could not get satellite reception. Wi-Fi worked good. Would stay again.
We arrived without reservations for the 4th of July holiday weekend. The staff was professional and found a space that we could use for 5 nights. Easy pull through for our 40 ft motorhome and tow. Restrooms are clean. No sewers available.
We stayed 3 nights. Eight miles from Denali Park entrance but well worth the drive. Best campground we saw in the Denali area. Good Wi-Fi and clean restrooms. Good check in experience and the staff was helpful with things to do in the area. Spaces a little tight but manageable. We had a back in site and our 40ft rig fit OK. Would definitely stay again if in the area. We highly recommend this park.
Nice park, easy access to I-94. We are staying 4-6 weeks. Best place to park in the Fargo-Moorhead area for an extended stay. Quiet and nice lots with plenty of grass. Utilities are convenient, sewer connection could be lower for motorhomes, OK for 5th wheel. Will stay again when we are in the FM area.
This was our second stay at this excellent facility. We highly recommend this facility for multiple night stays or as an overnight stop. Excellent staff, level pads, all utilities in one unit which has a light for late hook ups. An outstanding facility for rally groups. If you stay 6 nights, the 7th night is free. We will definitely stay in this facility when we are in the area. We made several day trips such as Savannah, Jacksonville, Jekyll Island, St. Simon Island, and Cumberland National Seashore.
Positives, Good location for sightseeing in the Charleston area, level sites, plenty of shade, staff was friendly on check-in, and reasonably quiet for being between two major roads. Concerns, units close together where we were assigned, low water pressure on our site, a sewer odor outside of bathroom, doors on stalls in bathrooms did not close, too many speed bumps and the pool is a long way from most sites. Overall a good experience but far from the best campground that we have used. We will use it again if in the Charleston area.
Park is about 6-7 miles out of Red Wing on Hwy 58. Friendly staff at office/restaurant/bar. Expensive for a plain lot with no sewer and not close to any public restrooms. We did not see any. We stayed only one night.
Positives-Large lots, good utilities, good water, easy access from highway, and a good experience with the office staff. Other issues-road noise from many trucks, no bathrooms, no tables, and limited playground equipment. Like other reviews, good overnight stop, we would stay again if in this area.
Has easy access from I-94. City owned park, no attendants on duty, you just fill out the requested information on the envelope, pay and slip the payment into the box. Nice playground, well maintained, grass has been mowed twice in the 10 days that we have been here. Rate is $20 for stays less than 14 days.
New Park. Easy access from I-95. All sites have concrete pad, table, excellent utility connections, and landscaped. No large trees but in time the landscaping will grow to a nice size. We stayed 7 nights, paid for 6 and 7th was free. This made the total cost close to other competitors in the area but this facility is by far the best that we have stayed at.