Stayed here because of its proximity to Savannah. Beautiful grounds! Nice space between rigs. Easy back-in sites. Pool area is nicely landscaped and has nice view of ponds and horses. Will definitely stay here again!
Enjoyed Jekyll Island campground. Stayed a full week while exploring the area. Sights can be somewhat difficult to get in, they are arranged around trees. The free WiFi is excellent, which for a state park was a surprise. If you are a bike rider, this is the place to be. Terrific bike trails! The park provides cable. Due to the trees, no satellite reception. Will enjoy coming back!
Absolutely lovely! Our site #19 had a private patio on the water. Can't believe how big the sites are! Shower house also has a washer and dryer to do laundry at a reasonable price. Our Verizon signal was spotty, but our Verizon MiFi worked fine..go figure :) Can't wait to come back to this campground. Our nightly fee was with Senior pass.
Perfect campground for a stopover, or to explore Augusta. Nice daily/weekly sites with FHU and awesome internet. Plenty of space with pad,picnic table and grass. No amenities, but with FHU, who cares? Keep in mind the office is only open from 1-5 M-F, but the owner keeps in touch via e-mail if you have late check in.
We recently stayed at this park while attending an RV rally. The park is beautiful with nice views of the Smoky Mountains. The staff of many workampers bend over backwards to attend to your every need. The pool was nicely heated and we swam in it several times. We would definitely stay here again. Our rate was the rally rate.
One of the few RV parks within traveling distance to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area. For a small park, there are nice amenities. The pool (both indoor & outdoor) are spotless. Nice snack bar with breakfast on weekends. Sites are close together, but OK. Only issue is water pressure was horrible. Barely enough to rinse dishes with. We would stay here again when in the area.
This was a great park to visit Mt Shasta and area. Terrific views of Shasta. Odd tandem arrangement for pull-through sites, but because it wasn't busy, not a problem for us. Noticeable noise from I-5 and truck stop next door. Good shade trees, but blocking satellite southern exposure. We would stay here again when in area.
This is a great park to be close to Yosemite. The members who live here are very friendly. Our site was a pull through, but getting to it took some doing as the roads to the different sites are quite curvy and narrow. Chukchansi casino is 1 mile up 41. We would return when in the area.
This is a lovely park. The pool, hot tub, and great room area are well maintained. The office staff is very helpful and friendly. The sights are a bit close together, but everyone adapts. The permanent guests as well as any weekenders make you feel welcome. We recently finished a 4 month workamping job there, and would return.
Not too bad for the price. Ample room for our 39' RV and truck to park still hooked up. Noise from route 10 but not a deal breaker. Be aware that there is a 2.5 mile gravel road to drive in on. Gets the rig filthy. Very nice staff.
Great for an overnight stay. Very friendly staff at check-in. Ample room for our 39' RV and truck to stay hooked up. Not a 'resort' by any means, but does the job well. Would stay here again when in area.
Betty's park is a gem. Come for the atmosphere and the things to do in southern Louisiana. Betty (and any who stay here) will help you find something to do. The sites are a bit tight to get in to, but not a big problem for our big fifth wheel.
Owner does everything to make sure you are comfortable. Small park, but adequate. Be prepared that there is NO cell signal in that area at all. Campground did have great wi-fi, however. We would return.
Excellent COE. Spacious, paved sites with lots of trees so lots of shade. We had a lake site (#51) and it was perfect! Nice fire rings, and picnic tables on each site. We were electric only. Our fee was with the senior pass.
Although the owners/managers are very nice, the campground at the time of our stay was less than desirable. The new section is being totally renovated, so we were put in the older section. The site was level, but backed right up to Route 29, so was very noisy. Wi-Fi was very spotty. There are a lot of old RVs sitting in sites that look unoccupied as well.