The owner put us in the "new" part of the park. It consisted of 5 spaces, had cement pads, decent water pressure and good electric service. There is no bathrooms nor showers in this section. It is mainly in an open field. It is a good overnight park. We would stay again only because it is close to all the fun stuff in Savannah.
This campground is a very clean, well taken care of park. The electric amps and water pressure are excellent. The sites are nice and level and very roomy. They have large cement pads with a picnic table and even provide a large rubber door mat to wipe your feet. There is a satellite dish at every site also. The manager is very friendly and guided us to our pull-through site. The park is within driving distance of Charleston and some of the beaches of the South Carolina coast. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground is very hard to find. It is behind the Budget Host Inn. The signage is very bad. Entrance requires a hard left turn around a dumpster fence and onto a very narrow road. Once into the campground another series of very tight turns are required to get to the pull thru sites. I had to unhook my car to be able to back up and access the full hook-ups. I will not stay here again as it is not designed for anything bigger that a 20 foot camper. We stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome.
This is a nice campground. We stayed in Phase 4 of the campground and had full hook ups. The batrooms could have been cleaner. The pass card they gave us didn't work and neither did the second one. The sewer inlet was about a foot above the ground, making it almost unusable. These negatives prompted a rating of 7. I would stay here again if in the area.
This is a wonderful county park. There is no sewer hook-ups, but the water pressure is good as is the electrical voltage. The park has two areas, "A" and "B". The A area is the newest and requires a reservation, it has cement pads and full hook-ups and is $5.00 more per night. "B" section has gravel sites, mostly back-ins, mature trees, lots of room and is away from the road into the park. This section is on a first come first served basis. Weekends fill up starting on Thursdays; weekdays however is mostly empty. Some of the sites are a long way from the bath house. The area is rolling hills and is beautifully landscaped. It is about 5 miles to town and all the amenities that a person would need. I will be back to this park.
The rate of $18 quoted reflects the Passport America rate. The limit for PA is two nights and I chose that option. As mentioned before the roads are terribly dusty throughout the park. There is also a lot of Potholes, both leading into the park and all throughout the place. The power and water pedestals are not positioned correctly and the sewer inlet pipe was sticking about a foot and a half out of the ground. Both my electric cord and water hose were stretched to their limit in order to hook up my rig. There is nothing to do in the park as far as pools, play areas, and relaxation areas. The normal rate in this park is $36. I would not stay here again.
This is a city park on the edge of Sleepy Eye lake. There are no water nor electric hookups. The sites are reasonably level and have easy access, and are very large. There are satellite toilets available, and there is a toilet in the nearby pavilion. This is a good overnight park. I would stay here again.
This is a very clean, nice county park off the beaten path. It was almost empty the whole time we were here. The spots are spacious, level and easy to back into. The is no water nor sewer connections at the sites. They do have a hose at the entry to fill your fresh water tanks and a dump station to flush the holding tanks when you leave. There was one other camper in the park while we were there during the week. We would come back if in the area.
This is a very nice county park. The camp hosts are very gracious and accommodating. The roads are paved but very narrow. The sites are huge, size wise, however they are just barely long enough for a large (40ft) rig and a car or truck. They only have 30 amp service and the water is rusty and left a stain in my commode. The price reflects a senior discount and is good only Monday thru Thursday. The road thru the campground is raised and very narrow and it is somewhat difficult to back into the sites without the front wheels of the rig dropping off the edge of the roadway. As the previous commentary stated the park has a nice swimming beach, lots of picnic areas, a playground, a boat ramp and lots of areas to hike, ride a bike or just enjoy the outdoors. It is very difficult to get a spot to camp on week-ends as they can reserve the spots in January for the whole summer. I would stay here again.
I have stayed in this campground before. This year the sites were poorly maintained, the seasonal sites were junky and the price had increased greatly with no improvements. While I was staying there the lake had overflowed and half the campground was flooded. The water came within about two inches of my site. I chose to stay until my prepaid month expired. I will not stay here again.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are spacious, level and most have a shade tree. All the hook ups are as they should be. The connection boxes could be positioned further back tho. There is a free shuttle bus that comes thru the park every 10 minutes or so to take you over to the casino, and bring you back to your site. The only downside to this park in my opinion is the security gate into the park. It is a very narrow entry way and you have to swipe the security card to raise the gate. This makes it difficult if you have a big rig and or pulling a trailer. Be sure and use the right lane as you are going in. It is wider and the left one is for cars. There is a guard shack by the gate, but I didn't see anyone manning the house. I would stay here again.
This park does not offer any discounts. The staff are great. The man that lead me to the site assigned said the turn into the site was to tight and put me in an easier one. The sites are level and the hook-ups are in the correct place, except the water hook-up is quite aways from the coach hook-up. The lake is a nice addition to the park and is relaxing to sit and view it. The park is off the freeway about a mile with good roads into it. The roads in the park are gravel, as are the pads. I would stay here again if in the area.
This is a nice over-night park. It is kind of hard to get into tho as the roads are very narrow, and not marked very well. All the utilities worked as they should. I had called ahead and reserved a spot and the lady was waiting for me to arrive. These folks are very pleasant and accommodating. I would stay here again if in the area.
The road coming in is very dusty as are the interior roads. The electrical box is about 3 inches off the ground, causing me to kneel down on rocks to plug in. The water hookup is buried in the ground in a box. The site was sloped from front to back and steep enough that my jacks would not level the coach. There is a train track next to the park. I had intended to stay for 2 weeks to see all of Nashville, but only stayed a week. I would not stay here again.
This is an easy park to access off I-65. The manager suggested I get off on Exit 354 and disregard my GPS. The park is on the right as you get off the freeway. It is a very nice overnight park. All the utilities work well. The water pressure is excellent. All the spaces are pull thru and long enough to handle the 40 ft coach and the toad. Even tho it is near the freeway the noise is tolerable. I would stay here again if in the area.
This is a fairly nice park in a residentual area of Mexico Beach. The access road is excellent, but a bit rough in spots. The office is quite a ways into the park and doesn't have a lot of room to park when registering. My site was good sized and all the hook-ups worked as they were supposed to, except the free cable TV. The sites are sand, as is the whole park. There were reports of a bear wandering around in the park and getting into garbage. I didn't see it though. They have a cafe/bar on site, and there is live music on the week-ends. They also have a campfire going on Friday and Saturday nights. All in all, I would stay here again if passing through.
This park is an excellent place to stay. There is a 14 day limit per month. The sites are paved and level. I only had to put down my jacks to stabilize the coach. All the sites are full hook-ups and my site had excellent water pressure. I did have a power surge that tripped my circuit breaker. The Catoma area is the best place to camp, the Antioc loop is very wooded, has narrow sites and is overgrown with brush. The only drawback to the park is the distance from any sizable town (Montgomery), about 10 miles. The trees prevent using my satellite dish, but the antenna worked just fine. I stayed here for a week and would come back again if I was in the area. The $12 rate reflects the Golden Age Passport rate.
This campground appears to be a place for long term residents. There are sites with lots of "stuff" laying around the campers. Very unsightly. The sites are large, mostly sand and grass. There is a cement slab with a picnic table on all the sites, mine had a bundle of some kind on the picnic table making the thing unusable. The sites are large, with ample room between them. My satellite dish would not work because of the trees, and cable hookup is $2.00 per day. The sites are level, and the electricity is good as well as good water pressure. The managers are very accommodating and pleasant to visit with. The grounds are not well kept, i.e: leaves all over the grounds, uncut grass, etc. The nightly rate reflects the Passport America discount. I would stay here again if in the area.
This is a GREAT campground, well it is more of a resort than a campground. We booked a spot while on the road and they fit us in a temporary site for 2 nights, which was very tight and hard to get into. They moved us to the "Preserve" section of the park after that. The original site I was in was near a busy highway and very noisy. I am hearing impaired and even so could hear road noise all the time. The staff at the park is wonderful. Check in was a breeze, they guide you to your site and assist you backing into the sites. The interior roads in the Tower Park and Village Park are terrible. Broken tar roads with deep potholes and very, very narrow. The Preserve section is awesome. There is a restaurant on site that is a great place to have breakfast or lunch, no dinner. The place is secure with card access to get into the gate. I will definitely stay here again if in the area.
This park is right next to a "flea market". You need to go thru a toll booth to get into the market and the campground. There are signs directing you to the proper gate to get into the park, but are not ready noticeable. My spot overlooked the parking lot of the flea market and there was a lot of foot traffic going by at all hours of the day and early evening. I would not stay here again. I camped in a motor home.
Park is an open field covered in gravel. The person at the desk warned me to take in my water hose before going to bed as there were freeze warnings out. The electric voltage is good, the water pressure was adequate, and the sites are very large. It is a great overnight campground with easy on easy off the freeway. I would stay here again.
Rate of $17.50 is a PA rate. I liked this campground. It is in two sections, long term folks in the back and overnighters in front, with a lake in between. They have a guide to take you to your spot and help position you. The electric amps are good and water pressure is good. The spots are level, and are of adequate width. There was water standing on the site, especially around the electrical box. The showers and bathrooms are in individual rooms and are super clean and lockable, just like home. I would definitely stay here again. I stayed in a motorhome.
This park is fairly large with lots of amenities. The rate of $60.00 was due to it being Mardi Gras, and it definitely isn't worth that much money. It is a good over-night park. The sites are cement slabs with room for a 40 ft motorhome and a toad. They are fairly narrow however. There was water standing near the electric box, which is disconcerting. I would stay here again, but not during celebrations. I camped in a motorhome.
This is a nice park, close to everything on the Gulf Coast. such as beaches, shopping, fuel, restaurants, etc. The sites have cement pads and are level. Some of the pads are badly cracked and have chunks missing. It is easy in-easy out for all the sites. I would stay here again
I camped here for 2 weeks. The $15.00 rate reflects the Passport America discount. The park is clean, fairly quiet, considering there is a freeway across the street, and well kept. Everyone is so friendly and helpful. It is on the eastern edge of the Rio Grande Valley and there is easy accress to everything the "Valley" has to offer, including old Mexico. The roads are a bit tight for a 40 foot motorhome and the staff does lead you to your site and assists you in getting parked. I would stay here again if down in this area.
This is a very clean and well laid out park. I stayed for the month on Janurary. The staff is very helpful, with assisting me to park in my site, to taking care of anything I asked of them. There is a nice boardwalk down to the beach. The park has a lot of activities and offer breakfast, for a fee, on the week-ends. The water pressure is good, the electric feed is excellent and all the ammenities of the park are great. There is a golf course right across the street from the entrance to the park. The park is located near most attractions around Corpus Christy and the gulf area. I would stay here again if in the area.
This park is fairly easy to get to off Interstate 10. It is basically a gravel parking lot, as most of the parks are in the western states. The lady at the desk was very pleasant and warned me about the forecasted low temps and advised I use the on board water to prevent my hose from freezing. The park was just an overnight stop for me. I will stay here again if I am in the area.
This park is a no frills place. The grounds could use a little weeding, but the water had good pressure and the electric was in the green zone on my meter. It is very to get to off Hwy I-10 and the pull through sites are a snap to get into. The manager has a unique sense of humor and a twinkle in his eye. If you go across the road to Denny's, they will give you a 10% discount with your receipt from the campground. The price reflects Passport American Discount. I would camp here again.
Easy access to Campground off Hwy 10. All camping spots are gravel. They are level and most have shade trees. Because of that I could only get partial reception on my satellite dish. The manager walked me to my spot and guided me in. She is a delightful lady. The electric amperage was 113, water pressure is good. The pull thru site was long enough to accomodate both the coach and the toad. I would camp here again.
This park is easy off, easy on from Hwy 10. I had to go to the nearby gas station to track down the attendant. This was at 5:15 PM, you would think this would be their busy time. The park itself is well kept and very clean. All the sites are concrete and very level. There is ample room on either side for all the slideouts. Electric amps are good as is the water pressure. The park is right next to the freeway and may be noisy for some but I didn't hear anything. I would stay here again.
This park is 7 miles off the main highway on a good tar road. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The camping spots slope from front to back and it is hard to level, although they are concrete slabs. The electric amps are good as is the water pressure. It is a beautiful place with easy access to the Mississippi River. The history of the place is well presented with a lot of civil war period buildings, wagons and interesting artifacts. The museum is excellent. The cost of everything is covered in the camping fee. I would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. The sites are very tight and I could not put one of my slides all the way out because it would have hit the electric pedestal. The roads are gravel and fairly narrow. The sites are gravel and my site was not long enough to support my coach (40ft) and my toad. I had to park the toad sideways in front of the coach and part of it was out in the street. The managers were very friendly and helpful. The electric amps were adequate and the water pressure was good. It is about 7 miles from all the stuff in Branson and it is in the Ozarks so the roads are very hilly and curvy. All in all, this is a pretty good park and I would stay here again.
This campground is on a very rough gravel road, and it is about 2 miles to the entrance. The place is heavily forested and the roads are narrow and hard to maneuver through. The site I had was a pull thru and was in ample size to contain both my rig and toad. The site was fairly level, gravel, and the hook ups were quite a ways from my coach. The owner guided me thru the campground to my spot. Electric amperage and water pressure were good. I would not stay in the place again.
This campground is a large place. The interior roads are limestone gravel and are very dusty. The spaces are large and most are pull thrus. There are a couple of meeting facilities on the grounds. I didn't use the bathrooms nor the showers. The electricity and water pressure is good. The sites are level. There isn't a whole lot to do in the campground itself, but the nearby town of Amana is a wonderful place to shop. I would stay here again if I happened to be in the area.
I have camped here before and I was the only camper in the park. This time the park filled up on the week-end. I had originally planned to stay for 9 days, but extended my stay to the maximum allowed, which is 14 days. It is very quiet here and the sites are spacious, level, have good water pressure and good voltage from the electric connection. It is a destination park, mostly used by the local campers. I will stay here again.
This is a very nice campground. The facilities are very clean and orderly. The grounds are well kept and the roads are wide, paved and void of potholes. The water pressure and electricity are good. The only drawback to this place is the close proximity to Hwy 52. The road noise is bothersome all hours of the day and night. It is easy to get to off the highway and has a bar/ cafe adjoining the campground. I had supper in the place and the service was excellent and the food was above par. I would stay here again.
This is a nice campground run by a very nice couple that have just bought it. I only gave it a 5 because the site I was on had a very bad slope to it and I couldn't level my coach. Half of the sites are on a slope. The lake is within 400 feet of all the campsites. I would strongly suggest giving them a call to see if they have any open spots before pulling to the campground as they fill up fast. The electric service is good, water pressure is good, and most of the sites have shade most of the day. There is ample room between sites. All sites have a picnic table, and are gravel.
I only gave this park a 6 because there was no water nor sewer on any of the sites. The campground, however, is very nicely laid out with level, large, grassy sites. Each site has a picnic table on it. The electricity read 120 amps on my meter. The dump station is off site, and the park manager told me "it is about 2 miles that way". I never did find it. There are walking trails within the park as well as "Frisbee golf," playgrounds for the kids, and soccer fields. I stayed here mid week, and the park was almost empty. I think that the $25 nightly fee is too high for the services provided.
I totally agree with the previous comments and would like to add that there is fuel available right next to the campground as well as restaurants within walking distance. I would definitely stay here again. The camping rate is full price with no discount.
This park has easy access off Interstate 40 at exit 102. The campground is flat, the spaces are gravel with curbs on either side. The water pressure and electrical amps are excellent. It is a good overnight park. I had an electrical problem with my coach and the maintenence man came by and re-wired the burned wires for me. There was no charge for this service. They provide a shuttle to and from the casino. I will use this park again.
Rate reflects the Passport America Discount. The park is old with a lot of seasonal older type trailers. The sites are level, made of gravel, and fairly wide. The electric meter was in the green the whole time. There is cable TV available. There were 3 trains that passed by across the road during the night. I am hearing impaired and they woke me up twice. It is a decent overnight park. I would stay here again.
I have camped here before when it was a Passport America Park. The sites are large, level and gravel. The electricity is both 50 and 30 amp and the needle stayed in the green on my meter the whole time. The price reflects the AAA discount. I stayed here because it was listed as a PA park. The discontinued it in December. I will not stay here again because of that.
This is a very nice campground. It is owned and maintained by the city of Decorah. Check-in was a breeze and the lady at the desk was extremely helpful. She even offered to help me hook up my electricity. The sites are gravel and level. I had one of the pull thru sites. I had an expansive view of a wonderful lawn that ran down to the river on the curb side of the coach. My electric meter stayed in the green zone all of the time. It is a no reservation park and it fills up rather fast on Thursdays. I would definitely stay here again. I camped in a motorhome.
This park is a well kept park. It is located right on a lake with lake access. The sites are very level, very wide and there is lots of grass and shade trees. The park is mostly seasonal people, and is usually full. This year they had space available. The park is located behind a gas station/liquor store. No traffic goes thru the park however. The owners are extremely courteous and very helpful. The rate reflects a monthly rate. Electricity and cable TV are billed separately. I would definitely camp here again.
This park is on a gravel road. It is closer to the town of Rock Falls Iowa, even tho the address is Mason City. The road into the park is very rough and super dusty. The grounds are mostly dirt, but there was a drought while I was here and they had no rain for almost a month. The owner/manager was very helpful and accommodating to me. It is a long way to any shopping, whether it be grocery, restaurants, or entertainment. I could not get TV reception with my antenna. I would not camp here again.
This park is a seldom used County park. It has level sites for the most part. Some of them are shaded. It is adjacent to a little creek, and there seems to be a musty smell to the place. The electric meter in my coach showed 126 volts, which is a little high. The water pressure is good. There was one other camper in this park as of this writing. The signage to get to the park is very poor. There is a 14 day limit. I would stay here again.
I arrived on a Tuesday afternoon and there were hardly any campers in the park. I chose a site that was well shaded and had a pleasant view of the new walking bridge over the river. The restrooms are in excellent shape and the showers roomy and very clean. You can stay at this park for 14 days and then have to leave for a week, then you can come back for another 14 days. It is a county park and is very well maintained. I camped here last year and looked forward to coming here again. I wasn't disappointed. The electric meter in my coach read 125 volts, the water pressure was excellent. The only draw back to this park is there is no sewer connections. There is a dump station on site however. I will without hesitation camp here again.
This campground is mainly a "worker" campground. People who work in the area stay here. The restroom/shower building is dirty, the grounds are not taken care of, when it rains it is muddy and the roads are gravel and full of pot holes. The owner is building two story cabins on the property to rent out and there was lumber and building materials all over. The rate reflects a monthly fee of $375.00. I have stayed here before and it has deteriorated so badly that I will not come back again.
This campground is easy to access of interstate 90. The sites are large and can accommodate big rigs. The sites are level and the electricty and water pressure is good. They offer free coffee after 8 AM. There is an excellent family cafe across the street from the campground. The campground is behind the Super 8 Motel. The lady at the desk was very helpful and pleasant to deal with. The water pressure is good and the electric has both 30 and 50 amps and was in the red on the amp meter all the time. The price reflects Passport America's discount. This is a great park to overnight or even stay a few days to explore Mitchell SD. I would camp here again.
I stayed in the Game Lodge Campground within the Custer State Park itself for four days. I chose this campground because of the spacious and level sites and the views of the wildlife that passed by every evening, mainly antelope. The sites are very large with most having a shade tree and the sites are cement so the jacks do not sink in the ground. The showers and bathrooms are very well kept and the water in the shower stayed warm for the whole shower. The rangers are very helpful and friendly. The campground is very well kept and there was a free play given the first night I stayed there. This is the best state campground that I have ever stayed in and would definitely stay here again.
Bypassed this park on the highway so stopped and asked directions. The neighbor told me he thought the place was closed and that it had been for sale for quite some time. I drove into the driveway and there was a small child (7-ish) sitting on a table outside the office. He said his parents would be home in awhile. I parked anyhow as there was another motorhome parked in the campground. The water pressure and the amperage from the electrical outlet was good. The sites are somewhat unlevel. The $13.25 reflects Passport America discount. I would not camp there again.
Park has an easy access from Hwy 40. There are a few weeds through out the park. There are only 5 pull-through sites so I paralleled parked the RV as there were very few spots taken. The sign on the window said open from "3 PM to 7 PM". I was there at 3:45 and no one showed up until 7:15 PM. I filled out the ticket and put it in the door slot as requested. At 7:15 PM the attendant asked me if I wanted a receipt. I didn't. This park is a good "overnighter".
This is a very quiet park within the city of Casa Grande. I did stay here in the "off season" as it is mainly a winter visitor park. The sites are very spacious, with great electric service and great water pressure. The park is convenient to shopping, entertainment, dining, fuel and everything else a person would require. There is good security in the park with a security gate that closes at 7 PM and opens again at 6 AM. They provide a pass key to operate the gate after hours. The manager is very helpful and pleasant to deal with. The rate quoted is for a months stay and included all utilities and equates to $407.00 per month. I would stay here again.
I stayed here for a month. The fee was $285.00 plus electricity. The folks managing this park are very gracious, and they lead you to your site and guide you in. There is only 9 feet between the hook-up post and the cement patio; it is very tight indeed. Great electricity and a very clean park. There is some road noise as Hwy 10 and 8 are close by. There is a train track about a mile away, and a number of trains go by in the evening. I would stay here again.
RV Park is on a very rough service road alongside Hwy 40. Bathrooms are clean, but the shower stalls were very small. I could not turn around in it. There is one row for 50 amp and another row for 30 amp and another for tents and no sewer hook-ups. We would not stay here again.
Campground is adjacent to Hwy 183 and is an extension of the Motel. Campground is fairly level and is clean. You have access to the Motel pool. We would stay here again if passing through. It is a good over night park.
Park is about 5 miles east of Liberal on hwy 54 and on a very bumpy gravel road. Drive slowly or you will shake everything apart. The park is new and has no shade trees, but hey, you are in the farm land of Kansas. The restrooms were huge, and the showers were very clean. Electricity was good, with no spikes. Water pressure was good. The pull through sites were very large with easy access both to the site and leaving the campground. There was a stench from a feed lot somewhere nearby and trains rolled by 3 times during the night. The lady that collected the fee was very friendly.
There are no amenities at all. It does have electric and water hook-ups. There is a great cafe in the nearby Casino. For ten bucks it is a good overnight stop. Get here early if you want a pull through site as there are only 5 sites. We will stay again if we are traveling through.
Park is all rock, it is very windy but the views are unbelievable. We were assigned a very large pull thru site. The check-in lady was very pleasant. It is a great "overnight" park and is easily accessed from I-10 going either way. Camping world in right next to the park if any repairs are needed. We will stay in this park again.
The entrance to the park is concealed behind large trees. We missed the entrance and drove into the exit road of the park and had a hard time turning back into the entrance road. Park is well kept and the sites are very large. The electric (30AMP) was erratic and would not maintain the necessary voltage to run our air conditioner. The park maintainer manager was very helpful with this problem. The noise level at night was very bad what with the jet aircraft flying overhead as well as freeway noise. We will NOT stay in this park again.