This park is right off the Interstate in western Oklahoma City. Across the Interstate from Camping World. Level all gravel pull-thru sites with lots of trees and no grass. Very dirty and dusty when the wind blows. Indoor heated swimming pool (heater not working) and hot tub. Good Wi-Fi when it works. We spent 8 nights here and the Wi-Fi worked 3 of those days. OK for an overnight stay.
This is a small RV Park & Marina just south of the town of Lake Arthur on the Mermentau River. River sites are available. No restrooms. No Wi-Fi. Verizon cell phone does not work here or in town but AT&T does. Marina available for almost any size boat even up to 100'. $25 day/$125 week/$225 + elect month. Marina $3 foot + electric month.
The Keesler FamCamp is a nice little RV park within a residential area off base. It's located less than a mile from the Biloxi VA Medical Center and a couple of miles from Keesler AFB. All the sites are wide with concrete pads and grass between sites. The restrooms and showers are clean and has good water pressure. The laundry has 5 washers and drivers that all work. Fishing is just outside the park. What more could you ask for? How about a staff that works together without bad mouthing the other staff members. How about staff that doesn't lie about the campers in order to make themselves look better. How about a management that knows how to run a RV park. Policies have changed whereas monthly rates start on the 1st day of the month and end on the last day of the month with no pro-rating. If a camper comes in on the 15th of the month and wants to stay until the 15th of the next month, the camper has to pay the weekly rate for 2 weeks the first month and 2 weeks for the following month. I feel the management does not have the best interest of the service men and women at heart. I think if we come back to Biloxi, we will stay in a commercial owned park, not the military park.
This could be a nice park if the management cared. The management is rude to the guest like they were the only game in town. The nightly rates are between $22 to $30 a night, $225 to $360 a month depending on the site. When checking in, the management pushes the most expensive sites first and will actually try to talk you out of staying in the lower cost sites. Any guest from outside the park that may want to come to your site must first pay $2 each, even to check if you are there. The washing machines and driers are like going to a casino. You take your chances if they work or not. Usually it's in the managements favor. When you bring it up to them they ignore you. Their wifi has a strong signal everywhere in the park but it locks up and is very slow. The roads are dirt/gravel with pot holes and the sites are like staying in a swamp for days at a time when it rains. The new city ordinances has mandated that all the roads in all the RV parks have to be paved and the sites built up to keep them dry by Jan 31, 2010. When asked about the progress they say lawyers are cheaper than doing the work. They do have a nice marina with floating docks and some of the best slip rates on the Texas coast though. We had stayed here 3 months last year and returned this year only to be with some friends going through medical treatment. We stayed here 2 months this year but will never stay here again.
This is a mobile home park with available RV sites. They accept daily and weekly but most are long term monthly's at $285/month including electric. Office is open Mon-Fri only. All roads are paved, each lot has a concrete pad and fenced yard. All monthlies must maintain their own yard. We will be here for two months and will return again.
This is a nice, city-owned campground on the Oconto River. There is noise from a nearby train track and the highway that passes through town. Lot of shade trees. There are a few seasonal sites available on a waiting list. Weekend campers are mostly families. Things to watch out for. We have been full-timing for 6 years and this is the only campground we have stayed in where someone has tried to cut the hose to our grill in order to take our propane tank: twice in 2 months! We will think hard before camping here again.
This is a small, tight rv park. Not big enough for large rigs. The road going in is full of pot holes but the interior roads are good and paved. There are no children under 16 allowed. The lots have grass and shade. Right next to Denny's. The WiFi is very poor. Weekly rates are $115 including electric and monthly is $350 including electric. The residents are mostly working full timers. I will stay here again.
This park is only open during the winter months because of the high heat in the summer months. Staying during the summer months is permissible though on the honor system. The 18 hole golf course was closed this winter due to flooding in September. All spaces are 70x40 pull-thru and full 20/30/50 hookups. The cable TV system consist of only 4 channels during the winter months but it's better than nothing. The cable TV system does not work on all sites. The laundry consist of 2 washers and 3 dryers on the honor system. There is a fee based Wi-Fi signal here from the city. The interior roads are dirt and dusty. There are no shade trees. It may not look it but it is very safe here and I will return again.
This RV Park is owned by the VFW post and is open to all VFW members, active duty; and reserve and retired military. This park is very clean and located across the street from Dyess Air Force Base Main Gate. Check-in is through the canteen. I would definitely stay here again.
We have been staying in this park, as we travel through Midland, since 1997. This is definitely not an RV Resort, but a place to stop for the night or a few days. The old part of the campground has shade trees, but the spaces are small and mostly filled by long termers. The newer spaces are wider but no trees or grass. They have their own 37 channel cable TV system and a good Wi-Fi signal throughout the campground. They have daily, weekly and monthly rates with a daily rate of $25 (less 15% Escapee). The city road is gravel and not well maintained. The interior roads are also gravel but well maintained. It can be very dusty here. We will definitely come back.
This is a nice campground along the busy highway going through Oconto. Lots of trees. Very few spaces have a view for satellite TV or Internet. There are several seasonal sites with a waiting list. Good fishing on the Oconto River that runs along the campground.We stayed here for 1 month and 1 week in a motorhome