Very nice park. If you have children, there are a ton of things for them to do. Bathrooms/showers were excellent, sites were wide and long. Wi-Fi didn't work, barely a signal, even with my Verizon card I could only get 1 bar. The surrounding country side is beautiful and the staff were very friendly. We would stay here again.
This park is pricey. The grounds really need attention and the lady that checked us in was very rude and that always sets the tone for the review. The bathroom/showers were well kept. There is a restaurant and pub on the site and it was OK. staff was attentive. Sites were long & wide and had concrete pads. Rough part of town, but we felt safe. We would stay here again.
This park has nice pull throughs. Most only 30 AMP but adequate for AC. It was labor day and the 1st Penn State game, so it was packed. Only 1 small bathroom to accommodate that many people is inadequate. They did bring porta-pottys in for the football season, but showers were never clean just because of the volume of people using them. We would stay here again, just not during Penn State football games although it was a lot of fun.
We only camped here because we were attending a wedding. Lot's of really strange people living throughout the park, loud, rowdy etc. The showers were disgusting and looked like they hadn't been cleaned in sometime. The sites were big, but our 30 amp service kept tripping. My husband did use the pool and he said it was real nice and kept up. We would never stay here again. I am only guessing on the amount of sites, most of the sites are permanent, the ones out front are for transients, there could be about 30 of those.
Nice city park right across the street from Seneca Lake Park. Full Hook-ups, cable TV, pull throughs. Showers were very clean and roomy. Lot's of things to do in the area, and walking distance to town. We would stay here again.
This park is really nice, nice long pull throughs with plenty of living space between each unit. Despised the fact that is off the freeway, we still heard a lot of freeway noise. We would stay here again though because it is so well maintained.
This park falls short of it's marketing. This is not a resort, it's an OLD KOA and nothing has been done to clean it up. While the sites up top are very generous in length and width, the overall feel is no pride in ownership. The common areas have been neglected to the point of being very trashy. As in previous reviews, the lighting fixtures are falling off and in some cases never even installed. The showers and bathrooms haven't been cleaned in quite some time, paint is peeling and in the late registration area, someone started to paint, but just gave up. We would not stay here again.
Although this park is off of 80, it was really quiet at night. The reason we gave this a 9, is because there are a lot of construction workers who fire their diesels up early in the AM and the pool is as big as a postage stamp. We would stay here again, hopefully ELKO will have their main street finally done by then, of course we know the summer is the only time they can work on the roads.
You are in the Bay area, so the price is very expensive, especially since there aren't any RV sites close by. The trailer park up front is old, but the new area out back is very nice. The bathrooms are very dated, but they are building a new bathhouse in the new are. Sites are tight because you have to pull so far over to accommodate your slides, don't think much thought was put into the cement pads that houses the sewer and electrical. Sewer outlet was too high to dump. No picnic tables. OK site while visiting the area, very close to 101, that's why you get a lot of road noise.
This is a beautiful park , nice amenities, bathrooms and laundry are spacious and spotless. No street noise, very quiet. Skip the KOA at boomtown drive a few more miles and enjoy the site. They had a special while we were here, stay 3 get the 4th night free. We would stay here again.
Nice park, large pull throughs, bathrooms $ showers are nicely tiled and big. Good overnight stay, not too much road noise even though it is right off of 95. Safeway down the block. We would stay here again.
We have stayed here many times since 1998 and have always found this place to be very nice. However this is now just another RV Park, although the sites are spacious and long, the staff at the front desk are insufficient when checking in, the adult pool area is in need of a fresh coat of paint, and there were so many cigarette butts surrounding the pool, it was disgusting. The bathrooms are in need of an upgrade, with new tile, paint & new doors. We would probably stay here again, but it is no longer one of our favorites.
This is a beautiful park, we were in site 64 and were surrounded by grass and a privacy fence. Plenty of room between each site, every site is a back in. Our satellite worked here, but somewhat difficult to tune in. Very quiet, nice owners, and well kept. Another reviewer who was very angry, said you had to be in your site by 10. That's not true: you only have to have your lights out by 10 because of a Sedona Ordinance. I would agree, that 2 showers and 2 toilets are not adequate for a site this big. Our Verizon card worked well here, and we would stay here again.
Typical KOA, tired, old, dusty & overpriced but what could you get to grow out here anyway? Even though this is close to I-40 we did not hear any road noise, park was very quiet and dark. It's a good overnight stop to visit the petrified forest. The morning breakfast was nice and inexpensive.
3 words for you, Planes, Trains and Automobiles. In that order, who knew that planes take off at 3AM and right outside your window. Trains as long as New Mexico is wide on Route 66 all night long. But the owners and the new sights (90-100's) are very wide, lots of room in between sites, some of the lower site #'s are very close, but it is because it's a former KOA. It is a good overnight night site, clean restrooms and showers. Not a lot to do in Gallup. We would stay here again if only for 1 night.
Don't know who reviewed this park, but it must be the owner or some relative. Sitting here we can hear the cars thumping on the Cerrillos Rd. Very loud, have people walking through our site, even though we asked, and it is NOT satellite friendly. Way too expensive for what they offer. People are very friendly, but doesn't make up for the fact that the noise level is very bad, and the bathroom needs attention, 2 of the toilets in the women's latrine do not flush. We will have to stay here for 2 more days, AARGH!!!
This park is about 10 miles North of Durango, but very quiet, no lights, no road noise. Sites are spaced ok, but just a couple more feet would give this place a 10. The bathrooms/showers need an upgrade, but clean. We would stay here again. This RV site is so beautiful, right on the Animas River. For the price, much better than the Big Rig site closer to town.
We only stayed here because the RV Park in town was such a dump. KOA has gotten so expensive for what you get. This is an ancient KOA built before slide outs. The sites are right on top of each other, some couldn't even put out their awning. Very rutted and hard to level. Why the owners of these parks can't do a little work to make it more enjoyable for campers is beyond me, it must be the $$$$$. We would not stay here again.
Nice overnight stay, sites were large and well kept. The showers, restroom and laundry were very clean. The only negative thing about this park (and most of Western Wyoming) is the wind. Every day at least 15 - 20 mph, if not more.
This is a wonderful RV Park, back behind a very nice Motel/Lodge. Don't turn away because it says motel: the RV sites are very large, fire pits at each site. We had a back in on the river and it was very peaceful. Our Verizon card did not work here, but the WiFi is great. The showers and bathrooms are really nice. Lot's of beautiful places to explore in the area. We would stay here again.
This park is only 13 miles from W. Yellowstone. Very quiet, very large sites. The Wi-Fi worked well, good satellite reception. The lake is beautiful and the management was very friendly. There are a lot of flying bugs, they don't bite, but are very annoying when sitting outside. Keep your mosquito repellent handy. We would stay here again.
Although the sites were very big, the road noise from I84 and the dusty roads in the park were horrible. The owner was very nice, but wouldn't do anything about the continuous howling of a small dog that his "Security" person had. The bathrooms/showers located on row B were very filthy, the other showers/bath looked as though they were cleaned, but very small. If you stay here, do not take sites B8-B10 as you will never be able to sit outside without hearing the dog. We would not stay here again.
This place is very nice, the bathrooms are one the best we have ever seen, the grassy areas are well maintained. The only 2 problems with this park is there are many permanent residents, and they all leave for work between 5:15 and 6:00 AM. All have very loud diesels and motorcycles. Plus as another reviewer said, the speeding in this park is out of control, which is really a shame, because it could be a 10 if the owners would pay attention to the problems. There is a new park being constructed down the street (Moonriver) that could be a better alternative.
This park really doesn't have much to do, there is a river nearby and a small beach. All the kids seemed to be having a good time. The toilets were very filthy, it takes more than swishing a toilet bowl brush to clean a toilet. YUK!!! Only 8 restrooms for a park that has 168 sites. We would not stay here again.
The managers were very nice, the park is really a place for the traveling workers to stay. Cable TV doesn't work at some sites, can't understand why owners don't have the cable company come out and fix the problem. The guy next to us said it had been years of not working, some people shared cable with splitters, weird. Restrooms and showers although very clean, need a serious update, plus the only washer and dryer are in the women's room, which I thought was really strange. It is worth staying here to see the Libby Dam. Some road noise and train noise. We wouldn't stay here again. Cash or check only.
This park is OK, it's close to the west entrance of Glacier Park (8 miles) nothing spectacular, very quiet, with lots of room between sites. We might stay here again, but would look at other places nearby before deciding.
This is a very nice park, well kept, with lots of flowers. The sites are very long and plenty of room between rigs. Owners take a lot of pride in their park. The showers and restrooms were very nice. We were in row E and got good Direct TV reception. We would stay here again.
As one reviewer said, it is the best RV park in Bozeman, but that's not saying much. If you are a full timer, this is an overnight site at best. We were stuck here 3 days because of some regular maintainance on our truck. Sites are not level, owner has no pride in ownership, sites are weeds, has overgrown trees, dogs that bark all night, lots of trains, highway noise, and the picnic table literally fell apart as we tried to move it. We would not stay here again.
Fort WeLikIt (We Like It) is a nice park under the pines, full hookups, with very nice individual bathrooms. We stayed here 1 week because there is so much to do. The bike trail is very nice, Custer State park is so beautiful; take the wildlife loop. We would stay here again. Not sure what it will be like during the Sturgis motorcycle rally.
This is an overnight only RV park. We had relatives in the area, so we stayed 3 nights. No shade, side by side pull throughs. No laundry. The office is open from 2-8:30PM, if you come in later or earlier, it is self-registration. However, they do not include the codes for the restrooms, so if you are in a tent that could be a problem. After seeing the RV sites in Valentine, this place is wonderful, but would only stay here again if visiting relatives again.
Lack of shade, sites too close together and side-by-side hookups, keeps this place from getting a higher rating, when it's hot and windy it is almost unbearable. If both you and your neighbor, park your rigs towards the back of the pull throughs there is enough grass to share and allows some privacy. We liked the place. There is no office: checks or cash only. I did not use the Wi-Fi, but could tell the signal was very weak unless you are on the row next to the restrooms. The hosts were very nice. The owner, a farmer had a wonderful 4th of July fireworks display. No road noise.
What a great little park, best city park we have been in. We chose one of the full hookup sites w/cable TV, those will stay the driest during the heavy rainstorms. Very nice, clean and tiled bath house. 1 minute showers with lukewarm water, BUT you get clean and they are really well maintained. There isn't an office, but someone from the city comes by every day even on weekends or you can drop the money in the slot. There is a very nice park adjacant to the RV area. We would stay here again. BTW: 1st come 1st served cash or checks only.
We picked this park for its proximity to the North Entrance to Lake Itasca State Park. You can ride your bikes to the headwaters without a fee. The park is good for a couple days to visit the park, nice grass, and wide sites. The bathrooms are clean but very dated. The people working at the site were very friendly. We would stay here again.
No showers or toilets, even though we had called the day before to ask about pay showers. She said they weren't (pay) but she left out the fact that she didn't have any showers. We stayed here because it was the end of the day. The site was very tranquil, and the people were nice. We had an easy walk to the little village and there is a public beach about 100 yeards away. We would not stay here again.
This is a real nice park, we had site 69 so we weren't next to anyone on our entry side. The pull throughs have quite a bit of room between, although parking is tight. Some back-ins are close. Everything was well kept up and everyone had a smile. No road noise, very quiet. We would stay here again.
If we hadn't been visiting friends in the area, we would have taken a pass on this place. The sites are so close together, your awning touches the other rig. We constantly had to tell the staff to clean the restroom/showers: lots of standing water, floor very filthy. Nice bike trail across the street going to Manitowoc. Lake Michigan is right across the street. We would not stay here again.
The facilities, pool, showers, etc., were quite a hike from our spot at the top of the hill, but other sites might be closer. We had one of the very large pull throughs, these are parallel sites, so no one is on either side, just to the back or rear. We had spot 64 which is very satellite friendly and with plenty of room that was all ours. All of the sites on the hill are the same. The whole park was very peaceful. No road noise. We would stay here again.
Too many DONT'S in this park. If you are visiting the falls or whitefish point, this is an OK overnight stay. While the sights are clean, and quiet, the bathrooms are very old, the showers are clean, but you have to push the button every minute for water, which I don't mind, but there was never any hot water, just barely Luke warm. The woman (owner) has you read every rule and reg before signing on to the STRICT 15 min. limit Wi-Fi. Your Verizon will not work here, phone or modem card.
For a city park, this place is wonderful. Nicely tiled bathroom and showers, view of the large ships travelling from Huron to Superior via the Soo Locks. Although we did not get a river view, the view is wonderful no matter where you stay in this park. The staff is absolutely fabulous. We would stay here again. Don't forget to visit the soo locks in town, it's about a 10 minute ride via bicycle, lot's of viewing towers for large ships that go through the locks.
The $60 dollar fee was for the Memorial Day weekend, otherwise it is a steal at $25 per day. The sites are very large with lots of room between rigs and it's well kept up. I gave this an 8 because (1) the woman who checked us in was very grumpy, I just can't figure out why these people want to work with the public and not at least offer a smile. Get some new people at the desk: the kids on the weekend were great. The bike trail going to town is great, and it's only 1 mile. We would stay here again.
Wow. This park has nice big sites, people were very friendly. The bathrooms and amenities were excellent. Has lot's of activities and a beautiful pool, workout room, tennis courts etc. There are lots of things to do in the Bay area. We would stay here again, perhaps buy a site here.
This park is wonderful, large sites, plenty of room between RVs. Well thought out. The staff is just wonderful, always a smile. Beautiful grounds, great library and clubhouse. Lots of activities for everyone. We would stay here again.
Owners were nice, even after owning this place for 8 years, there is a ton of work still to done at this park. The bathrooms need a serious upgrade. Only 3 showers, no place for soap or shampoo, if you leave your shoes on the floor in the extremely small dressing area, they will get soaked. I cannot imagine that these showers will be adequate when it gets busy in the summer, especially since they allow tenters. The RV sites out front were nice and wide. It's close to the road, but not a lot of road noise. This park is close to public transportation, so we took the train to Chicago.
It's a nice park for being at a casino. Grassy sights are fairly far apart. Sites are not level, but not bad. Do not ask the staff any questions; they don't know anything. The metro station is right by the casino; however, St. Louis is not as congested as we thought, so you can drive to the ARCH, or simply walk across the bridge.
As with most KOA's the showers are really small, but very clean. This KOA is 9 miles from Springfield. It is a lovely drive into town. We liked this KOA because it is out in the country, quiet and dark. We were able to get our dish to work here. We would stay here again. People were very friendly.
Not worth the $37 per night. The bathrooms by the office, while clean, need some TLC and upgrades. The bathrooms and laundry by the pool were closed for maintenance so I don't know what they were like. The sites are wide apart, and you get a symphony every night of bull frogs, birds etc. Close to freeway, but with trees, so not a lot of road noise. An occasional train, but not disruptive. We would stay closer to St. Louis the next time through.
Very quiet park, no road noise. Sights are a little close together, but not on top of each other. Because of the way Branson is laid out, you are very close to the shows via the red or blue route. We would stay here again.
I agree with the other reviewers, the owner is quite a character. Please do take a tour of the Main House. Sites were very big and level. Has lovely surroundings, and is very quiet. Walked to the top of levee, what a view. Has a nice big library and rec room. WiFi was off and on, I have my own Verizon card, so that wasn't a problem. The place needs to have a regular working crew, the bathrooms are in need of a serious cleaning. They were not cleaned at anytime during our 6 day stay, also there is no soap to wash your hands in any of the bathrooms. Just a little extra attention to detail would rate this place a 10.
We stayed here in 08 right after it reopened, the sites were very green and level and we thought it was a lovely park, especially with it being right across the road from the Biloix Beaches. When we came back through in April 2010, we were shocked at how rundown it was. Sites are not level, grass is unkempt and brown. Having said that, it is the best place on Beach Blvd to stay with nice wide sites, just needs some TLC. Good Wi-Fi & cable.
We stayed at this park in late 08 and we liked it, however, the prices to stay now are way over the top. It's a nice park but not at that price. The area dictates how much you pay, but still that is a little pricey. They clean their restrooms at 7-8 in the morning, right when everyone needs a shower and other facilities. We thought that was inconvenient. The people are real nice and everything is kept clean. We did not like the fact that staff would drive their golf carts, and trucks through the empty site next to us, very annoying.
Very nice and quiet park. Bathrooms were spectacular, and the pool was nice. It's close to the river with boat rentals. WiFi was great. It is off the road quite a ways, so there is no road noise. The only problem was we couldn't get phone service (Verizon).
We really liked this park, it is small and friendly. I agree with the last review, they do charge for everything and there is quite a bit of road noise, however, they do have potlucks, free breakfasts (on certain days) and lots of planned activities for those that want to participate. Upper Management needs some classes in people skills, they are a bit rough around the edges. Instead of addressing the problem, they choose to ignore you and hope the problem will go away. i.e. The dog walk had a very aggressive dog, but because the owner of the dog was a workcamper, Management did nothing about it.
This is a wonderful park. Everything is well maintained. The restrooms are just like going to a spa, nicely tiled with granite. The water pressure is fantastic. There is no WI-FI here, but you can come to one of the club houses and hook up to high speed internet. The gym is nice with lots of different machines and free weights. We are here in the off season, so we have the place to ourselves. I am sure the prices go up "In Season". There is a special section just for large motorhomes.
This is a county park and very nice. Nice big sites at the end of the channel where all the cruise boats leave, what a show when they go out. Some sites are full hookups, some are only water & electric, the water pressure in the showers needs to be worked on. The bathrooms are very clean and tiled nicely. What is really nice about this park is it's got 24-hour security, very quiet and you are within walking distance of the beach. Too our surprise, it is a PPA so it's a real bargain. We are coming back for the Shuttle launch in November. We would stay here again.
For a PPA this is a real nice resort. Very clean, sites are big and wide, although most of the transient sites are on grass with no pads. The staff was very friendly. The bathrooms were air conditioned and nice and big. Very close to the Daytona Speedway, and not too far from the beach. We would stay here again.
This is a typical KOA off the Interstate, very dusty, and we had 4 inches of rain while setting up so the lake in the campground was really nice. I can't fault a site because of the weather though, the bathrooms were clean and air conditioned. The store was well stocked. The laundry room is not large enough for this site. Sites were very tight, but all in all we would stay here again if passing through.
Typical KOA off the freeway: interior roads a real mess, with lots of full timers that don't keep their sites clean, very messy. We were put in the new area down the hill. Sites are very close. The new bathrooms in this area are spacious and clean. They charge you extra for cable TV, Wi-Fi and anything else they can think of. We would not stay here again
Good overnight stay spot, with very quiet, nice clean bathrooms, shower stalls very large and the water pressure was just fine. I would agree with another reviewer that if it rained hard at all, it would be a mud hole. We had a nice stay and would stay here again if on our way north.
This an overnight stay at best. The bathrooms were clean, but very old and dated. This is a working man's trailer park and the owner was very nice. Lots of permanents: but very quiet. We had a nice big place out front by the house, the interior of the park looked very tight. Don't expect any frills, there aren't any, still we felt safe. We would not stay here again just because it is so far off the beaten track and really nothing to see unless you like to go to Augusta to look at a closed golf course.
I agree with previous reviews: the sites need to be cleaned up after a couple of uses, too many cigarette butts and just all around loose junk, papers etc. Most places that advertise beach access are usually a drive away, we had a sight that was just off the beach and we loved it. There are a lot of bathrooms and they were very clean. The only drawback is you can only get Wi-Fi at the coffee shop, but when we did need to access the internet the signal was excellent. We would stay here again!
This park in NOT MILITARY ONLY! This is a nice little park leaving Jacksonville. WI-FI & cable were excellent. Short distance drives to area beaches. If you are visiting someone in the military this is a very nice park. The only drawback we could see were the lights in the park are so bright, it was hard to sleep at night unless you closed all your window coverings. The people who ran the park were very nice and accommodating.
This place is very clean and the sites are lovely. Very peaceful and quiet in the rural area surrounding Marion. The park does have cable TV not sure why it is listed as not having it. The bathrooms are dated, but very clean. We would stay here again. They do not take credit cards.
A very nice park, close to the river. It has clean restrooms and pool. We enjoyed our stay here over the Labor Day weekend and would come again. In the surrounding town of Townsend, there is a really nice bike trail on both sides of TN 321. It's close to the Great Smoky Mts. National Park. It was very crowded but with such great scenery: it was well worth the trip.
This park is really nice, clean with plenty of room between sites. We were very surprised that is is a PPA park. Individual bathrooms with nice shower heads and plenty of room to dress. We got a site that overlooked the river. Park is located very close to the Bristol Speedway. We would stay here again.
We don't get why everyone loves this place: if you like drunk people with small children, driving those annoying golf carts by your campsite every 30 seconds or so, then this is the place for you. Don't get me wrong, the place is well maintained, very clean, but not quiet at night, the seasonals were up until all hours with amplified music. Do not pay for the premium sites as they really aren't worth the extra money and they are all on the golf cart racing circuit. The showers, although clean have the strangest setup on the handles, you need to find the hot water, then wrap the cord around the shower nozzle so it stays on.
This is an ok park for an overnight stay, pull through & back-in sites were crowned, had to use all our levelers. Bathrooms clean, but dated. We assumed they were closing since the deck chairs & tables were filthy with tons of leaves on the deck deck, boats were full of water after a rain 1 week prior. I still don't understand why these parks advertise Wi-Fi when it is only available at the office. The surrounding national park and town were just beautiful.
This park is very big with lots of tent campers. Try to get a back-in, the pull throughs are back-to-back hookups and for the price, there is no privacy. They did have a nice presentation on how to use public transportation and sold tickets for both public and private transportation and tours. The park is close enough to DC to drive in on a Saturday or Sunday: (free parking on the weekends) which we did and took our bikes to tour the mall, monuments etc. The park needs a spruce-up. Everything was nice except the shower room floors were filthy: I had to take paper towels with me to clean the floor before taking a shower. I doubt anyone could keep them clean with the volume of people using them. I would suggest at least 2 cleanings a day, or put down the rubber mats that allow the water and dirt to pass through.
This is a good place for a few days. The interior roads are all dirt. The pools were very well maintained and they have a lifeguard on duty. Very quiet at night. Lots of tent camping and seasonals, but all in all ok.
We called in advance, and asked if Wi-Fi was available throughout the park? The answer was yes. However, when you get here: it isn't, which is very irritating. The bathrooms were disgusting, very dirty, not enough toilets for the size of the park, and the showers were so full of hair and dirt. When a lot of people use the toilets (pressure toilets) they wouldn't even flush because the water pressure is so low. We are in the dog days of summer, division races are hot and heavy, so what does Kamgrounds of America offer on Cable TV? English Soccer, I mean how exciting is that. That aside though, when you ask the "teenagers" at the front desk a question, they get the "deer in the headlight look," and then have smart remarks. Our site was nice, but on Saturday night, site R10 had at least 10 cars visiting and took the whole space where RV's need to turn around. This is the 1st place we have been where that many cars were allowed to visit. The poor guy who came in late, (the front desk sent them to the wrong site) had a devil of a time turning around. Was anyone in control? We will not stay here again even though we hold a KOA VIP card.
There are nice big sites, some activities, very quiet at night. The only drawback to this RV park is the showers, bathrooms & game room are not air conditioned, it was so hot and humid. We asked and they told us it was too expensive to run! We would stay here again.
Nice campground, didn't hear any road noise at night, but during the day there is some. We had a nice big pull through. Lots of amenities. The WiFi was even available at our site. We would stay here again although some of the seasonal sights need a clean. Be very careful when exiting this park on 28 South, the speed posted is 55 but they scream up that road, there is no ramp up lane. We would stay here again.
This place is huge, if you have kids this is the place for you. Lots of activities & amenities. Thankfully we were put out back, where there weren't so many kids. Unfortunately the Wi-Fi is one of the worst systems we have encountered, the lady at the help desk said they need to reboot the system about 5-6 times a day, plus the antennas in the back of the park are on 3 ft. poles covered by trees. You can go to the Adult Loft and log in, but quite a hike from the back. The spaces are really big and for a park of this size, it was really quiet at night. Knowing what we know now, we would stay again and ask for a specific area.
Pricey for the space we got, we told the person that we had a 34 ft, 5th wheel yet they chose to put it in a site that was way too tight, the recent rains had the place saturated with water ankle deep so when we tried to back in we had to use the lawns of the seasonals, very messy. As with any park with seasonals, they are very snooty and don't like over nighters coming in. The owners were very nice and can't be faulted for the weather, however, they knew we had a huge truck and a 5th wheel, so don't try to make money if you don't have the space. Also, what is weird, they held our reservation with our debit card, but when we arrive, they would only take cash. The sight was very clean, but you couldn't walk to the showers or restrooms because the rains had saturated the ground. I hate having to push the shower on every 60 seconds, put a timer for about 6 minutes. The site did provide a parking permit for parking at Kennebukport beach, which I though was very nice. We might stay here again, but they need to have bigger sights, pull throughs etc for the traveling crowd and they need to educate the seasonals that we aren't the bad guys, so giving us the evil eye when we pull in isn't the right thing to do.
Very Pricey for not having WiFi at your site, we needed to go to the office everyday. The sites for transients were very close, our neighbors were very loud every night with the loud music, of course everyone else was really quiet, just my luck to get them as neighbors. While we were there, the sight had a great party and invited everyone to join, so that was nice. The showers were clean with lots of water pressure. We did not use the Senior pool although it was heated, it was very dirty, we used the community pool which wasn't heated, but with the hot weather it was very refreshing. The young lady in the office on Sat & Sun was really friendly and helpful with local events and directions. The rest of the staff was very friendly and nice, It's really too bad they did not have room for us for 10 days or we would have stayed, although we would have asked to moved away from our neighbor. We would stay here again.
Really nice park, gravel on the pull throughs with a nice lawn area. Wide sites all around except the sites close to the ocean are very tight, some people had their awnings touch, plus these are very expensive. Very clean, people were nice, not too far from Bar Harbor without all the traffic problems. We would stay here again.
This park is very nice and clean, the showers were new with lots of hot water and pressure. We made reservations for the only pull through with power, (30 amp) by phone and didn't even need to put a deposit down. The staff is very helpful and courteous, but not real savvy on RV's. Be careful, the pull through can only accommodate a 5th wheel with slides of about 25 ft. Ours is 33 ft, so it was a tight fit. The tent sites are very large and secluded.
This place is horrendous. The bathrooms were disgusting. Even though you got a break here with Pass Port America, this place gave us the creeps. If the place was crowded, you would not be able to back in, the pull throughs would accommodate the smallest of rigs, perhaps 24 feet or less. Lots of seasonals and the place was not kept up at all. Overnight only and that's if you are desperate. We would never stay here again.
This place is right on Rt. 133, expected a lot of road noise, but there wasn't any. Nice Wi-Fi, cable, hot & powerful showers. Owners were real nice, they didn't nickel and dime you for the amenities. Very friendly people. Plenty to do, see & eat. We would stay here again.
Nice surprise, paved roads, very clean & quiet. Sites were very big and lots of grass, you can even use your carpets if you remove them at night and if you are gone during the day. The WIFI was very strong. The showers were clean AND and the water was HOT, lots of water pressure. We were on our way to Canada to visit friends, will stay longer on our return.
Showers not clean, lots of hair everywhere. Bathrooms very clean. Trim up the shower curtain, and the water wasn't hot at all. WIFI was excellent, as was the cable tv. Owner very nice, I would suggest that they use walkie talkies instead of a PA system. We would stay here again.
This is the kind of adult park that we like, small, very clean, the pull through sites are long with plenty of outdoor space. Landscaping is just beautiful, bonfires on Saturday night usually with a pot luck. If you have Verizon wireless, you will not get a signal here. While there we had to take our truck in for warranty work, the owner offered to loan us her car, and let us use her phone when speaking with the dealership. We will be back.
We have Passport America and believe me this park is not worth more than the $13 a night we paid. Sites not level. They advertise wi-fi, however the antenna is inside their house with no reception unless you sit at the picnic table by the office. We only stopped here because we had been on the road so long, and we were very tired, we didn't even unhook. The people were nice though, but this place needs a serious cleaning and leveling. Tons of mosquitoes.
This park is right on Lake Ontario, we got a spot with a lake view, and it was gorgeous. Nice clean restrooms and showers. We could not get the WI-FI at our site, had to use the clubhouse close to us, which wasn't a real problem. Getting WI-FI in the North has been a hit and miss situation. There are lots of flying insects, they don't bite or buzz, more like swarms of gnats (could be the season). We would stay here again.
This park was way too expensive. The park was nice, really big, we were able to get a nice spot with no road noise. The staff helped us get a tour where they picked you up at the site. I would recommend this as parking at the Falls is a nightmare.
We were very surprised at this KOA, very clean, big grassy pull throughs, quiet, no seasonals. The new owners were very friendly, helpful and are working on getting cable to the sites. The WI-FI is good, although a little slow at times, but that could be the ISP provider. We visited Cooperstown and the surrounding areas. We will stay here again.
We stayed here on the way to Gettysburg. We viewed their website and they said they had Wi-Fi, however when we got there, the Wi-Fi still hadn't been installed. We could relate since we have been on the receiving end of "waiting for the ISP provider". They are still waiting for the permits from the city for their pool. This place is magnificent, the sites are really big, the bathrooms are immaculate, but quite a hike, although both of us could use the exercise. A lovely place to stay with no freeway noise or trains!!! Be sure to stock up on groceries before you arrive, it is quite a ways to a grocery store. We visited the covered bridges and Flight 93 memorial while were there. The $15 per night is for Passport America; what a steal. We will be back.
This park was a real find. Most KOA's either have a railroad running through it and/or it's next to a major freeway. This park is off the beaten path, very quiet, nice shade trees. The only thing wrong, is that they advertise Wi-Fi, but the Wi-Fi is very weak, especially in the pull throughs 500, 600 + numbers. I had to hike the hill every day to get a signal, and I have a top of the line notebook and need to work from my 5th wheel. They don't open the office or the laundry room until 9AM which I thought was really late. Everyone was really friendly and we would stay here again, even though we had hike to get a good Wi-Fi signal.
This park was good for overnight only. Very tight if your rig is bigger than our 33 ft. 5th wheel. WIFI was excellent. Not a lot to do, great path around the lake. We explored the surrounding areas and came upon some real beautiful sites and scenery. Very wet, but still early in the season. Mostly permanent trailers in bad shape. Felt safe though and the people were very friendly.