Most scenic of any national parks in the state of Utah. Extremely clean, rest rooms and campground maintained very well. Hosts very friendly and helpful. Reservation usually necessary. Firewood sold in campground by hosts.
Great campground! Two loops with some sites very near the river. There is some vegetation space between the sites. Very clean rest rooms (vault toilets) and convenient water stations as well as food-fuel storage areas. Very pristine area. Abundant wildlife in area. Good hiking on the river and in adjacent hills. Good ranger shows in campground several times per week. Great campground host! Friendly and helpful!
Public campground with some seasonals. Great location very near the spit shops and fishing fleet. The fishing hole was mostly unproductive during our one week stay. I do not think it is as good as in years past for some reason. View of fishing hole and area was good. No facilities other than a dirty rest room, fish cleaning station and a dump site. Public campground in Seward is nicer and cleaner with electrical hook-up option--for a fee. After several trips to Homer area, it is not as appealing as in years past--in my opinion. There is a lot to do in Homer and it is a special place not to be missed!
Location is the key. Great waterfront sites if you have one. We did! During busy summer season, one has to be diligent to get a waterfront site with hook-ups. Usually, plenty of waterfront sites w/o hook-ups. Rather small sites but the ambiance is great! Unfortunately, if one has a non- hook-up site it could be noisy with party folks (mostly Alaskans). Week-ends brings out the "locals"! Rest rooms are usually clean and working. Short walk to harbor and city. Fantastic views of harbor area, mountains, and wildlife. Fishing boats and cruise ships daily. This is a wonderful city campground with something for everyone! We love Seward-great fishing, shopping and scenery!
Good location to Boerne and North San Antonio. Easy in and out. Some Interstate 10 noise, but tolerable. Cable TV, but not many channels. Wi-Fi is fair to poor (about the same as two years ago). Service is very slow at times, and I called "Support" for help when password did not work. Support person indicated he did not know what was going on out there today! Men's rest-room was in need of a cleaning. One commode was "running". Nice lounge area with TV, books, and periodicals. Free coffee!
This is a great campground, if you like scenery and don't need hook-ups. Many sites to chose from. There are sites that will accommodate rigs from large to small. Rest rooms are clean and maintained daily. Satellite TV works good here. There is Wi-Fi behind the office, but not from the CG sites. There are open areas and wooded areas. Lots of moose in late summer and fall. Campground borders the Gros Ventre river which is clear and flows well. Office personnel are great. Friendly and helpful. This is a very big cg so lots of room for walking and riding bikes. Also, some electrical hook-ups for handicapped. Roads are paved but getting a little rough; NPS needs more funds! Camp site pads are gravel and satisfactory.
Good spot for a night. Everything except Wi-Fi worked (maybe it was us and not park, but this was the only cg on trip where we had a problem). Park is small and quiet. Restroom and shower very small (one toilet and one pay shower stall in men's room).
Very basic RV park. Train and plane noise during the night. Very close to I-20 as well. Perimeter of park is seasonal, full time folks. Restrooms are clean and adequate. Electricity (50 amp) was good. Not worth the price but not much in area. Over the air TV was good, no cable in the park. Pretty level gravel sites. Good for overnight, but not anything else. I did enjoy seeing the B-1 bombers. Park is in the flight path of Dyess AFB.
Rate is based on a month. Excellent, helpful staff! CG maintenance is superb. CG is set in a cottonwood grove on the bank of the Chama river. Wi-Fi was good, water, electric and sewer hook-ups were perfect. Very lovely setting with great view of the daily RR train! CG is basically for adults: no pool or playground equipment for children. Excellent birding as well! Storage for RV's as well.
We camped in Chignecto North CG. There are two others. (Headquarters and Point Wolfe (closes about first few days of September) Chignecto North is a few miles from Alma and in the highlands. Headquarters is a much smaller campground and the sites are closer together but very near Alma and a lower elevation than Chignecto North. If you are close to the entrance kiosk in Chig. N., with a pull through, Wi-Fi works. If in a wooded area elsewhere, no Wi-Fi. Most of the back-ins are spacious with some privacy. Chig. N. is a very wooded area. This is a beautiful national park with a golf course. Great seafood in Alma.
Overall, quite acceptable. Back-ins and pull throughs are available. I would recommend one look at the site first as there are several different views. Some of the highlands and some of trees and other RV's. Restaurant and pool closed as after Labor Day and tourist season winding down. Two canoes are available to rent as the campground borders a calm river. Also, a walking trail is available that goes around part of the premises. Wi-Fi was very good. Staff friendly and helpful for things to do. Nice store as well. Storage is also available for a fair price.
Good location. Across the highway from a bay. Highway a little noisy--but it is not very busy at night. Rate was PA rate. Helpful and friendly staff. Many seasonal-permanent, but it is a nice and clean CG. We were in a pull through, grassy and level enough with a bay view. Wi-Fi was good. Would stay here again.
Great view of Five Islands and Fundy Bay. Big tide swings. Clamming area. Wi-fi only in recreation area. (Supposedly wind damaged antenna). Restrooms were functional but very rough looking. Late season, so very few rigs in campground. Nice beach and secluded area. Most expensive campground of two month trip!
All of previous reviews are correct. Rate was for a week. There is a walking-hiking area around the perimeter as well. Saw a dozen wild turkeys. Staff very helpful and friendly for things to do. CG also stored my hand gun for free when I went into Canada for several weeks. I really liked this place.
Passport America rate. Mostly seasonals, but not many there when we camped. Roads were a little rough but not bad. As previously mentioned, non-seasonals are in a pull through area--back-ins are also available. Nice semi-private beach as well. Manager most helpful and friendly. Wi-fi worked fine. Laundry facilities also available. This would probably be a very busy place in the summer. Pictou is a pretty little town. Enjoyed our stay for three days! Favorable winds--no paper mill smell.
Wi-Fi and cable TV worked fine. Pull through sites quite level. Good spot for the night or so if you are visiting the area. Truck stop next door is an eye sore with trash and running rigs. No fence between truck stop and campground. Price seemed high for what you get.
Everything worked fine! Very good cable TV and Wi-Fi. Only negative was a lot of train noise at night(horn blowing) and an amusement park close by(go carts) was noisy if you sat outside near the street area of the park. Biloxi beach is nothing special--no waves but nice sand.
This campground, on the upper Cassiar Highway, is one of the nicest, and cleanest campgrounds I have seen. The lady that takes care of the campground, collects the fees, and cleans the sites. The sites are immaculate! She lives close by and is familiar with the plants in the park, sells firewood, and is an asset to the park. This is a great place to rest for a day or so. Loons can be seen and heard on the lake. Good lake for a canoe or small boat. Several pull through sites, but mostly back-ins. Many sites are semi-secluded and the aprons are gravel but in very good shape. Sites are on loops and it is easy to drive in and check for sites.
My favorite Glacier Park campground. No hook-ups but beautiful scenery: if you are by the lake. There are a few large rig sites, but most are for smaller rigs. Great location for hiking trails, boating, etc. It's located a little off the beaten trail, but that's the beauty of this campground. Also, there's a tour boat on the lake. Spent a week here in a 34' 5th wheel. Rate was for Golden Age.
Had a good level site and everything worked. Park has friendly, helpful staff. I have stayed here over the years: this park is well maintained. There are some full timers, but it's not a problem at all. I like this park.
Great views: right on the bay, with views of many boats, coming and going all day. Located about 1/2 mile from town. Sites are pretty level and not too close to neighbor. There are sites with and without hook-ups. Huge campground with a great location to town and the boat harbor. Fire-pits and benches are available right next to sites and a sidewalk to town. Rest rooms are old and about what one would expect for a city campground. Quite useable though.
Excellent forest service campground. Roads and pads are great. No hook-ups, but great views and very clean. Good hosts. On the way to Portage Glacier, not really in Whittier. Many large sites. No playgrounds: just a campground in the forest near glaciers and streams! Rate is with Golden Age Passport.
Nothing special. Only 2-3 pull through sites. Not level. Old city park, that is basically run-down and in an old part of town. OK for a night or so. Not worth the price, but not much else worthwhile in Anchorage.
Dry camping. Sites are on a bluff overlooking the bay about a mile from the ferry terminal. Great views day and night! Cruise ships and ferries are visible from most sights. Water is available near the office. Very friendly and helpful owner! Fishing is permitted on the bay across the road from the campground.