This RV park was a pleasant surprise that began with the delightful lady who checked us in. Next, our eyes were treated to a row of level, large-gravel spaces sandwiched between beautiful, park-like grass. One has a choice of a shady site, or open for satellite reception. There are mostly live-ins here, but all of their sites were neat and tidy. It is obvious that the owner cares about this park, and is keeping it up. My ratings: general appearance - 9, Wi-Fi - 9, staff - 10, space width - 7 (a little close to your neighbor, but acceptable), convenience to restaurants and fuel - 10, overall rating - 8.5. Would I stay here again - definitely, long term or short term.
At first view, it is apparent that the owners think more of their dogs than their guests, as is evidenced by the new flashy dog park. Had only that money been spent to improve a few of the dusty, unlevel, dirt and gravel sites. The park has numerous Wi-Fi antennas, but the Wi-Fi was miserable for 4 days, then a repair man arrived and bingo, excellent. Expect wind at this hilltop park. The staff were not too friendly. Here's my ratings: dog park - 10, people park - 6, office staff - 6, location from town - 7, Wi-Fi - 10 ( when working), sites - 6, restrooms and showers - 10, general park appearance - 6 (too much dust, live-ins). Would I stay here again, NO, there is a better alternative closer to town,
We were in one of three new creek side sites, too close to your neighbor. Our 41' motor home was also a just barely. The sites are small, gravel and dirt. Somewhat of an older feel to the park, but the location is quiet and serene. My ratings for overall appearance: 7, staff: 10, value for the dollar: 5, site sizes: 6, surrounding ambiance: 9, Wi-Fi: 7 (a little weak where we were). Would I stay here again: probably not.
This park is a mess, no where near deserving of the Trailer Life ratings given it. Other than the beautiful entry, surrounded by rose bushes, there's nothing more. Here's our experience: weak and poor Wi-Fi, more dust than you can imagine, trashy live-in sites (like a livestock trailer), sites too close together, unable to level the motor home, pool too cold to use, hot tub shut down, and lastly, more dust!
This is not the beautifully landscaped park as is advertised. We found our site to be dirty (not trashy) and the grass in very poor condition, all over the park for that matter. Dirt and dust everywhere. The hot tub water was yellow and the Wi-Fi iffy. There is a newer section of concrete, gravel and no trees, if that is your taste, here's my ratings: office staff - 10, pool and spa - 3, general overall appearance - 3, Wi-Fi - 4, convenience - 3 (10 miles east of town), space size - 4, if you are a dog lover - 8 (large dirt dog run). Would I stay here again - NO.
This is a marginal park for a large motorhome, unless one wants to stay on the blacktop parking lot that serves as sites with electricity. We were directed around loop "RR", and should not have gone before we looked it over. Trees were tight on both sides and some over hanging branches were too low. If you have a large rig, I suggest Whistlers across the road with full hook ups. Otherwise, this park is a true "camping out" experience. The $8.80/day fire permit is excessive, even if it does include firewood!
The following applies to the "deluxe" sites, which I feel are grossly over priced: Internet is miserable. In this day and age, a good park should spend the money and upgrade their service. Some sites not level. On ours, #200, I could not level the motor home it was so bad. Bring 40' of sewer hose, as some sites are laid out as if the designer never saw an RV park. Utilities are "40 behind the parking spot. Hot springs cost $10/day, the most we have paid in Canada this trip. I will not stay here again.
What stands out about this park is the friendliness of the front desk help, the cleanliness of the office and bathrooms, and the free cookies and coffee. It is also an excellent location for sight seeing around Bellingham, the Alaska ferry, Alaska cruises, and whale watching. The downside is that the spaces are too close together for my comfort, the roads dusty, and sites not too level. I would stay here again for the reasons listed.
This is a fine park located far enough from the highway that the noise is minor. I especially liked the large spaces, and openness that allowed for good sat TV reception. It is not a fancy park, but there is a picnic table at each site and the park offers 30 amp service or 50 amp for $2 more. The price reflects 50 amp service. The laundry room was adequate with large machines. I have no complaints about this park and can easily recommend it to travelers.
We were very disappointed in this park, after reading previous reviews. It is some distance from town in a rural setting, which is nice. BUT, along with the rural setting apparently goes an unattended office. We had to use our US cell phone to call a number for check-in. The sites are in poor condition, with numerous weeds around the site, picnic table area and road edges. No one has bothered to pick up dog excrement, that is evident around our site. The sites are close together and share a common utility area. This park is definitely uncared for and we definitely would not recommend this park to anyone.
After you get past the 20 minute spiel the owner/manager gives you (want it or not), we were led to our site. Sites are narrow gravel pads, reasonably spaced, marginally level. There are a lot of live-ins here, and much of the usual tacky amenities that go along with that. No Wi-Fi here and no satellite, due to trees. Gun shots from a nearby shooting range/military range were nearly constant and very distracting. Guess one gets used to the noise. We will not return!
Our 1st site, #82 was not clean. There were peanut shells and cigarette butts around the campsite and trash in the fire ring. Wi-Fi was good here, but when we had to move to site #30, it was non existent. RV's are parked in all directions, wherever they can fit one in. Few sites are level and the asphalt parking pad is narrow. You will be living in dirt, or in our case, mud as it was raining. Our AT&T cell phone had no reception at the park. This is an older park that the owners are apparently putting no money into to update it. Regretfully, about the only choice in town.
This is a very nice park for long term stay. The sites are large at 45', and all have a 25' wide concrete patio. Though this is mostly a park model park, the RV's are generally kept together in the North Point section, giving you the feeling that you are not part of a park model park. The roads here are generous allowing no difficulty in parking. The 27 holes of golf also add green space and separation to the numerous sites. Activities are abundant for winter snow birds and many folks come for 3-6 months in the winter. The golf course is in reasonable condition and the green fees run about $27 with a punch card. The only negative issue about this park that prevents me from giving it a 10, is the miserable WiFi service, which costs an additional $30/mth. It is weak, very unreliable, is exceedingly slow, has numerous drop outs and is generally undependable. It is a shame, considering how much we all use the internet these days. Management doesn't seem to respond to the internet problem.
Nice park with some spacious grassy sites 35' wide. There are also sites much smaller. Wi-Fi is excellent, but any time over 30 minutes costs extra. Office and facilities are good, as is park access. Both wooded and open sites. Personnel were helpful and friendly. We would stay here again!
This park does not begin to represent the ratings given it by Trailer Life. Upon our arrival, we found it has not been kept up, and there are numerous permanent residents that do not help its appearance. Our river site was dirt, no grass. One would not want to be there in the rain (mud). Wi-Fi was strange, doled out in 30 minute increments that one had to return to the office to renew, only if the office was open. Laundry facilities appeared marginal. This park is some 15 miles from Lake George village, not at all convenient. Our friends had a pull-thru site that was very difficult to get into and out of. This is not a "big-rig" park. Pool was drained. Water pressure too low to use without our on board pump.
This park has many full time residents or vacation units. Our site was a roughly hewn pullthru, not very level. the park is not especially attractive, though it is conveniently located near the PEI ferry. Pictou is a charming town and worth the visit. The owner/manager of the park is a delightful fellow, very friendly and helpful.
There are some roughly hewn wooded sites in this park that are not particularly level - caution. The better larger pull throughs are new and can be either spacious or you may be only 3' slide to slide from your neighbor. There are only 5 of them. We were not able to get WiFi, which was even spotty and weak at the office. 50 amp power and water were good. We were about 8 miles from Baddeck. I would not return to this park. We prefer parks slightly more finished in our opinion.
The daily rate we paid reflects an ocean front site with an unrestricted view. Sites are grassy and well manicured. We found the 30 amp power somewhat marginal and the water pressure on the low side. Our site was 27' wide. Park would feel somewhat crowded if full. There is not too much to do around here other than the quaint village of Annapolis Royal. Digby is 30 miles away. The pool and facilities are clean and orderly. WiFi was good at our site.
This is a fairly young ordinary RV park with spaces reasonably sized. It is not luxurious, nor would I describe it as a destination park. When the trees mature, there will be more shade available. This is the closest park to downtown Fredericksburg. We found the office staff very friendly and helpful. This is a winter Texan park with nearly all spaces filled for this coming winter. Cable TV has recently been upgraded to digital, and we found the Wi-Fi somewhat slow and spotty. All in all, a good place to stay while you enjoy the surrounding area. L B J golf course is only 3 miles away!
This may be the nicest natural looking park we have stayed in. It is comfortable with 3 sections of large sites, some shaded, arranged in a circle around a large natural area. There are also newly added jumbo back-in sites. All sites have a concrete patio. The surrounding grounds are well landscaped. This area is a spot popular for migrating birds, hence flowering plants are planted throughout the park. The pool and spa are delightful, as are the very friendly office staff. This is a park to put on you list if you haven't been here!
This is a beautiful campground with nicely landscaped spacious sites. Sites are sold and then rented to visitors. Hence, the reservation system is completely controlled by computer and there is no opportunity to select a site or to change sites if you are dissatisfied. Rate above is for a 1 week stay and does not reflect electric charges, which are additional. The pool and hot tub can be far away, depending on your location, and during our visit, the spa was covered with a heavy cover that discouraged use. The temperature was too cool to use it anyway. There is a nice walkway to the beach. The reservation staff were moderately friendly. One gets the feeling they don't really need your business, which they don't.
Sites are close together here and the park has an air of the "old style". Roads are paved but all else is 1 1/2" rock that you get to camp on. Location is OK but this park is not our cup of tea. If it were full, it would be a mess! Office staff were very friendly. Hot tub/spa is above ground portable type.