This is an older campground right on the bay. The bathrooms/showers and the laundry could use some upgrading, but we really liked this park. We had a site with a great view of the water. The sites are a little close and some (including ours) are a bit unlevel, but nothing that can't be handled easily. The people are very friendly, and the view can't be beat. Not a lot to do but if you're looking for a beautiful place to relax, this is it. We would return to this campground.
If you're coming south on Rt. 301, the turn into the entrance is tight. Interior roads are narrow. The campground host leads you to your site. Pull-through sites are level and long enough that we didn't need to unhook our Ford Escape from our 36' motorhome. There's a concrete patio and a table but no fire ring. Neaby trains sound their horns all day and a few times during the night, but they didn't really bother us. We would go there again.
This is a nice campground. The access road is very windy and hilly, but we had no problem in our 36' motorhome. The sites are large and well-maintained. We were near the road, but didn't have any trouble leveling. The big drawback to this campground is the sound of the trains all night and all day.
Never again! Terrible. In the rear parking lot of a firehouse. Siren went off about once an hour all night. Nearby train whistle all day and all night. To get there, the roads were narrow and twisty. Lots of workers (linemen, oil workers, etc.) with their families. Semi-permanent.
Crowded when we got there. Managed to get a pull-thru, 50 amp electric, but no water and no sewer. It had rained a lot before we got there. There were puddles all over the place, but the sites had very good drainage and we had no problem. I really like this campground.
We asked for a site with trees, and we got even more than we asked for. It was a wonderful site (#A-10), lots of trees, almost felt like we were in the woods at a national or state park instead of in a private campground. The downside of that is you have to contend with mosquitoes, but Off helps. The site was unlevel and we had to use leveling blocks under the dualies, but once we got the coach level, we loved it. Would definitely go back.
Nice, roomy campground close enough to Chattanooga, but far enough away from traffic noise. Nice pool. Camp store has a lot of RV gear, very little food. Would come here again. Large, clean laundry. Eight washers ($1.50), 8 dryers ($.75).
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Very narrow entrance. Swing wide to get in, but once you're there you'll love it. Nice, quiet campground on the road to Mammoth Cave. Very friendly people. We had to put blocks under our front wheels, but after that we had no problem leveling. There's a little pond for catch and release fishing. Lots of caves in the area along with ziplines and canopy tours. In the summer, there are things around that can keep the kids interested: Dinosaur World, mini golf, etc. And Bowling Green is only 30 miles away.
Very nice, quiet campground. Large, level sites. Friendly people. Very nice heated pool. Fifty amp service yielded 115 volts. Good, free Wi-Fi. Clean, modern bathrooms and showers. I thought the laundry was expensive at $2.25 for the washer, $1.75 for the dryer (they have 4 of each) until I checked out a local laundromat. They wanted $2.40 for a washer. So I did all my wash at the campground. Billy Ann's Supper Pub on Main St. in Bluffton is very good. Would definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Very nice campground. Sites are long enough that you don't have to unhook. They pick up trash at your site every night. Only drawback: no laundry. Lots to do at campground: lake, canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, zipline, climbing tower, athletic fields, horse-drawn wagon ride. MoJoe's Wing House on M-15 between Otisville and Davison is a good place to eat. Nearby is Frankenmuth, with its Bavarian theme, great cheese shops, delicious German food. Bronner's Christmas shop is a must see. Expect to spend a couple of hours there. Premium Outlet Center is a short distance from Frankenmuth. We'd definitely stay here again.
This is our second time at this campground. The last time we were near the lake. Beautiful views, narrow sites. This time we got a pull-thru. Large sites in an older, wooded area. We like this campground and will return again.
First the essentials. Sites are wide so you aren't elbow-to-elbow with your neighbors. Some turns are narrow, but we made it with our 36' motorhome towing a Ford Escape. Bathrooms and showers are best I've ever seen. Modern, all tile, clean. Showers are very private with large dressing area with bench. Wi-Fi is great. Now for my opinion: I love this park. We only stayed a few days, but I would like to come back and stay for a month. People are friendly. Park is well-kept. They have bikes that you can borrow. They only ask that you sign them out at the office and sign back in when you return. The view of the bay is beautiful, and there's a boardwalk through the woods.
Very nice campground on the grounds of a casino in the middle of nowhere . Spaces are narrow, and hookups are side-by-side. You get a card pre-loaded with $10 for slots play just for staying there. If you sign up for their Star Card, you get another $10. Both my husband and I signed up, so altogether we got $30 free play. I won $19 on the slots without putting any of my money in. So we got our campsite almost free. I looked at their menus. Their prices are very reasonable, unlike the casinos in Atlantic City. Don't follow Google directions. Follow the signs for the casino. They'll lead you right in there.
Followed the directions given in a previous review (got off US-53 at exit 99 E, took Hwy. S to Rt. 124 south and turned at Edward St. between the YMCA and a school) and had no trouble getting here. Google will definitely get you lost. Sites are at the back of a field on the fairgrounds. Woods are behind the campsites. We were the only ones there, so we had the whole place to ourselves. The groundskeeper, greeted us when we arrived and told us to let him know if we needed anything. We had full hookups, and everything worked fine. Had 3 lines on our AT&T phone, and our portable Wi-Fi hotspot worked well. Would definitely stay there again.
Very nice campground. Obviously laid out by an experienced camper. Nice level sites with enough room between neighbors to make it comfortable. Large playground for kids with a volleyball/badminton net for teenagers and adults. Nice laundry and bath/shower rooms. Easy access from Rt. I-94, but far enough away that there are no highway sounds. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice campground. Nice laundry at office (4 washers $2 per wash, 4 dryers $1.50 per dryer). BUT, there's no shade and there's a sewer smell that comes from a ditch at the end of the campground. We stayed there a month.
Not a bad campground, but needs updating. Nice clean, warm showers but again needs updating. Very friendly. We stayed for a week and had a lot of fun there. Unfortunately, it's for sale. No telling what it will be like when new owners take over.
Very nice. Railroads are a bit narrow, but can be easily negotiated even with a toad. People are friendly and helpful. We had to postpone our arrival for several days and they put our prepayment to "on account" so we didn't lose any money. Would stay here again.
Spent 2 nights. Not bad, not real good either. Pool is totally out in the sun. Camp office is like a shed that you'd have in your backyard. Road to the campground is like a roller coaster. Would not stay here again.
Very nice campground. Friendly people. Site #55 full hook up pull-thru. Very sunny, little shade. Nice level sites. Free Wi-FI works great. Outdoor pool is small, but nice. Water was cool, not cold. Close to I-70 & Walmart. Would definitely here stay again.