While this is the most money we've ever paid to stay in an RV park, this place does have a lot to offer. In fact, this could easily be an all-in-one place to visit for a family on a week's vacation. We stayed here two separate times for several nights on our way to and from Montreal. I guess you could say we certainly liked it enough to make sure we came back on our return from Canada, which we originally weren't planning to do. The free shuttles that regularly take you to/from the nearby Outlet Mall and the other trolley that runs into Lake George make it easy for those without a tow vehicle (like us) to get around to see things. The outlets feature some good stores with great prices, including Reebok, DKNY, Corning, Wilson leather, among our favorites. Near the outlets, the Log Jam Restaurant is worth a trip for decent-priced steaks and the nice salad bar. Also consider Pizza Jerks, which deliver right to your campsite (so good, we ordered from them twice during our stays)! To sum up, Lake George RV has a lot to offer, but pricing rivals motel dollars. I also think Wi-Fi should be included for free for the price we paid.
A good campground in Wisconsin's Door County located just north of Egg Harbor and just south of the Peninsula Players' Theatre. Friendly and helpful staff, small pool, and nice clubhouse/office/store are among the amenities here. Bathroom facilities were mostly clean (although one stall was a problem), and the showers were good. We thought pricing was reasonable for a holiday weekend. We will be back!
Everything about this place was just OK. Even though they just opened for the season, we paid full season price for limited facilities. Bathrooms should not have been in the shape they were for the first week of the season.
An overall decent facility run as a tight ship by on-site owners. Mostly long-term rentals, with few sites available for overnighters and no shade or stream sites, even though you'll find those in the description. This can sometimes be a negative at some places, but all sites were kept up, clean, and the place overall was very quiet. Not much for landscaping, but restroom facilities were clean for the most part. Two all-in-one bath/shower rooms were always damp, with mold and mildew. This is because the weak vent fans only worked when the light was on and you were supposed to turn the light out. Can't imagine how bad this gets in summer. Location between busy road and near railroad track and next door to go-cart track could be noisy at times, and was not really near anything of note in Asheville. Next door with easy access to quick mart gas station for supplies. Good SECURE wireless Internet.
Basically a parking lot, but can't beat the access to downtown Louisville just five minutes away. Easy access to/from I-65. Dinner theater and big Camping World just a couple minute's walk. Surprisingly clean restrooms and showers. Very helpful staff are on hand from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Guests may use pool facilities at nearby Holiday Inn. Wireless Internet works well. Since we were still winterized, would have been nice to use the "Kamping Kitchen," but it was closed up and out of order.