OK for an overnight stop. About a mile from the interstate so not much road noise. You did hear a couple trains during the night but not bad overall. Had a pull-in site that was level and had slow Wi-Fi (must be a KOA thing) but cable worked fine and power was good. Pool wasn't open and lots of flying insects so we didn't do our normal walk. Grass pad but had a concrete area with the picnic table. A mix of seasonal campers were there and a couple used the grass next to our site to let the dog do it's business. Didn't see them pick it up either so watch were you step. Might stop there again but lots of other parks so might look around traveling down 75.
The sites are gravel and mostly level with a fire ring (5 or 6 rocks in a circle). You do park on a slope when checking in and the road needs repair so you have to go very slow. Cable did work and so did the Wi-Fi, but very slow. The biggest problem was the road noise from I-75. You could see the trucks and cars on the interstate between the trees from our campsite. Impossible to carry on a normal conversation outside and even two AC units running doesn't drown out all the noise. We won't camp there again and will be more selective of parks adjacent to major highways.
Site was grass and clay and it was raining so lots of mud. Getting there is an adventure, curvy 2 lane roads. No cell reception, tv, wifi. Lots of permanent sites and you can hear people talking and radios playing(or cds). They have lots of stuff for kids but shut down Oct 1st. Doubt we would stay there again. Geared more for full time seasonal folks.
Rate reflects a 1000 trails discount. Sites were level, gravel, and included a fire ring and picnic table. We had an open view of the lake and had a pull in spot. Only 3 to 4 RV's were in the pull in spots so we felt like we had the place to ourselves. Cable, power and sewer were great. Supposed to have free wifi but spent more time trying to connect than actually using it. Spaces were kind of close and we smoked out the neighbors with our fire..and we also got the same treatment. Close to Niagara falls, about 40 miles and no traffic on most of the roads. Would stay again.
Rate reflects a discount from 1000 Trails. This is an Encore park and not bad, kind of a weird layout, first pull in (back out) park we have stayed at. Had 50 amp, water, sewer, and cable. Wi-Fi was available at the Rec Center for free. Close to Bar Harbor. Sites were fairly level and the park was not busy at all when we stayed...half full at best. Light at entrance makes easy access and lobster pounds were close, as well as an IGA for supplies. Had some sites on the water and pull-throughs, but we were on a discounted rate so weren't that lucky. Would stay there again if we came back to Maine. Our rig is 38' long.
Stayed 5 nights visiting family. Sites are gravel and somewhat level. Cable and Wi-Fi are extra ($16 and $15 a week). Large park with some seasonal campers and cabins. Small store that has food and supplies but expensive. Off US 1 and lots of traffic so can be a challenge to make a left turn out. Some sites are tight and you can't open your awning. Lots of trees so a roof mounted satellite might not work, saw lots of portable ones around. Lots of kids around and activities for them. Doubt if we would stay here again.
We stayed 4 nights. Sites are paved and fairly level. Pull through sites are short and had to unhook the car and tow dolly. Have to park on an angle to get your car next to the RV. No cable and the internet is very slow but good for checking e-mails. Pool was closed (after labor day) even though it was in the high 90's. Thought it was expensive for what you get but the location to DC was good. Doubt we would stay there again.
Stayed here as part of Thousand Trails membership we got with the RV. Very hilly location and most of the sites not level. We stayed over labor day and arrived at noon on Friday and ended up with a very narrow space with three tree stumps that were always in the way. Our space was near the office and on top of the hill next to two permanent trailers. The other sites we were told were available were not adequate for our 38 foot RV due to the slope of the hill. Pool was nice but cable and WiFi are extra. The store was opened on request and no set hours. Close to Williamsburg but there are others in the area. Would not stay here again...and not renewing our Thousand Trails.
Easy off and Easy on from I-95. Newer camp ground. Cable was being updated and only limited channels were available. WiFi worked great. Nice pool and laundry room. Had a pull through site which was sand but level. No trees in our area and limited trees on the rest of the property. adjacent to a park. Close to Savannah GA, about 20 miles north. No interstate noise but some train noise off in the distance, not to noticeable. Would stay there again.
Easy off and easy on from I-95. We stayed one night and had a pull through. 50 amp, water, and WiFi worked great. Site was dirt but fairly level. We had the A/C running and the windows closed and noticed a lot of noise from the interstate and from the train tracks about 1/2 mile south. Good stop for one night but wouldn't stay longer due to the noise. Office staff was great and helped folks find their parking spaces.
This is one of the best campgrounds we have stayed at. Sites are paved and level with asphalt and grass. They pick up the trash every morning if you put in in front of your coach. Free paper and breakfast and lunch. Free internet that works great and free cable. Shuttle service around the park and if you walk around someone will always ask you if you need a ride. Lots of security and great pool and spa. Restaurant on property with good food if you don't want to cook and and lots of activities going on. We stayed three nights and Friday they had a band and Saturday a movie in the Rec room.
The campground is very large. The staff was very helpful at check in. Trash is centrally located so you either have to walk or drive your car to dump the trash. No cable and no internet although they said it was free at the rec center but we couldn't get it to work. We stayed in a standard grade campsite and the pad was asphalt but in bad shape with lots of sand to track in to the coach. The picnic table was in very poor shape and should have been replaced years ago. Not many trees but the site we stayed at has lots of room. They have two pools and lots of other of other activities but we didn't make use of them. Overall it would be OK for a night or two but wouldn't want to stay more than a few days. They have a lot of rules and regulations and a lot of threats of fines if not followed but we noticed lots of infractions going on and no one seemed to notice. We got a free Thousand Trails membership when we bought our coach and I have read that this is one of their premier parks…if it is I would hate to see the worst, wasn't impressed. Won’t be renewing the 595.00 membership for Thousand Trails.
Campground was nice with some park models mixed in with the sites. Had free cable and WiFi, but could only get the Wi-Fi to work at the pool area. Sites were grass and not very level. Some sites are tight due to all of the pine trees. Pool area was clean and pool was heated. Also had a library and an computer room to check e-mail. Staff was very friendly. They have full hook ups and also a dump station. We had a free 2 night coupon so we used it. We would stay there again.
This is the second campground that we stayed in since we bought our RV. We checked in and found out after the fact that the pool was closed. Would have been nice if they would have told us when we called. Only three RV's in the short term area, most are long term park models. Internet is as additional charge as with cable. Looks like it could be a nice place in the winter for long term snowbirds but wasn't even close to what we expected. Know to make sure about the pool and the internet next time.
1st campground we stayed in. Site 86. Park was quiet and well maintained. Wi-Fi worked great and was free, along with breakfast and lunch (depending on how long you stay) and free paper and trash pick up every day. We will judge RV parks based on this experience. Pool was great, and they even had a restaurant on site and the food looked great. Would stay there again. We had two free nights but the rate at that time was $45. You get what you pay for!