The RV campground is called Gander Bay Trailer Area, a beautiful wooded park on 158-acre Dawson Lake, all located on Moraine View State Park. Sites are spacious, although not particularly level in some cases. There are also two other tent campsites, an equestrian campground and a group campground at this state park, as well as numerous picnic areas. Our 30-amp electric pedestal was not working properly, so we couldn't operate our AC, but we made do for the one night we were there.
This is a fine little county campground, located about 3 miles NE of Stevens Point, just off Hwy 66. Beautiful location on a 271-acre county park, just across the road from 85-acre Jordan Pond and the Plover River. Excellent fishing. It has 22 sites with electric, but no water or sewer hookups. Also has 3 tent sites on co-located island. Cost is $15.00/night, but electric costs $5.00/night. Park is open from May 1st to October 31st. Paved roads in one large circle. All sites are back-in except for one pull-through. Heavily wooded. Big rig accessible with care. Shower house is moderately clean. Our only complaint was the excessive highway noise from close-by Hwy 66.
Beautiful heavily-wooded park in the WI north woods, located on Jack lake, about 12 miles north of Antigo. Access roads are paved. Very curvy and somewhat difficult to maneuver into sites with a large rig. Jack lake allows only electric trolling motors, so it's very quiet. Great fishing. Camping is 1st come/1st serve. Pets are welcome in the campground, but not in the adjoining park. New bath/shower house with pay showers. Electric only RV sites. Water is available at entry, as is sewer dump, which costs $5.00 for registered guests. Many miles of hiking/biking trails, which joint up to WI Ice Age Trail. Firewood, ice, bait sales, boat rentals, beach, playground, volleyball/basketball courts. Verizon works fairly well here, even in the woods. Overall, an excellent county park.
This is a great little city RV park, located on the side of an immaculately kept city park on the edge of River Falls. Only 15 sites, but all paved and nicely angled back-ins. No water or sewer, but all have 30 amp electric, and sites 7,8, and 9 have 50 amp. Restrooms and shower are available on the edge of the park as part of the city park. Lots of activities to do in the city park, i.e. disc golf course, large playground, skateboard park, ball fields, soccer fields, walking/running paths. RV park is open all year on a first come-first serve basis. Max 2 week stay. Honor box pay system. Park is located just off Hwy 65 on Division Street, but traffic noise is minimal. A real gem of a city park.
A very nice, picturesque park in a wonderful lakeside setting. Many sites right on the water. Park needed some maintenance after the winter; restrooms hadn't been cleaned in a while. Narrow internal paved access roads. All sites are grass, which could be a problem when it's very wet like it is in April. Very few sites are level and few sites available for big rigs. Good fishing access.
Nice small campground. One camping loop with nicely angled back-in's and three pull-thru's. We were the only RV there; even the camphost was gone for a few days. Very nice setting; large trees and grassy sites, but very wet since the park is set in the Missouri River bottomlands. Access road (Hwy 122) to the park is a little narrow, rough and twisty. Park access roads are very narrow, but all paved. Good hiking trails, with much Missouri Indian history emphasized. We were told by a local that mosquitoes are a real problem in the summer, but not while we were there in April.
We stayed at the RV park that advertised electric sites. The park as a whole was clean and moderately well kept. Most of the sites weren't very level, and most were quite short. We used a pull-thru, but most of these were too curved, and difficult to arrange a big rig in without hitting shrubbery or trees. Only some of the sites had water. There are two loops, but only one was open. Reserved sites with a green placard could be used for one night only without reservations.
This is a great little county park off Hwy 83, about 6 miles north of Wellington. Very friendly, helpful camp host. Pull-thru's are long and level. $10 for 30 amp; $15 for 50 amp. There isn't a shower house, only restrooms that are part of the attached rest area on the side closest to the highway. Covered picnic tables, short walk to the river, 2 picnic pavilions, honor box for fees if host is unavailable. 3 day limit if no reservations are made. Moderate highway noise. Great stop-over park, moderately priced.
This is a well-kept campground in a desert area, hence it is well-used by the locals. There are actually two campgrounds; one above the dam, the other below the dam on the river. We stayed at the one below the dam, which has much more shade. Pull thru's were long and level. Easy access to the river. This was spring break for the schools, so all sites were full, but the sites are far enough apart so the noise level wasn't bad. Camp host was helpful, as were the park rangers.
I agree with the last post. Great place for an overnight. Gas is MUCH cheaper across the bridge in Arizona, almost a dollar a gallon cheaper. Clean, spacious restroom/showers. Level gravel pull-through or back-in sites with very large concrete patios. Not many seasonals here yet, but many unoccupied RV's waiting for them. I-40 is 4 miles away, so no noise from there. Trucks use Rt 99, but very little noise. Clean laundry facilities and nice rec room. 106 degrees in September!!!!
Great park for an overnight stay. Easy access from I-5 or 99. Eliminates the need to go through Bakersfield. All sites are pull through and extra long. Our truck, 38' 5'er and an extra car all fit nicely in the site. Didn't use the cable TV, although available. Over 35 channels with the antennae. Good Verizon phone and Wi-Fi signal. Didn't use the park Wi-Fi, although available. Due to a recent fire, no showerhouse, bathrooms or laundry were available. New facilities being worked on. We'll stay here again if we pass through this area.
This park is all right for an overnight stop, but I wouldn't want to stay here very long. It's just off I-5, and the traffic noise is quite loud. The sites are mostly small, side-by-side types, with very little room between them. There were a surprising number of people "living" in their RV's here, with sheds, decks, swamp coolers, etc, and some of them are pretty shabby and tacky. Showerhouse is large and clean. Speed bumps are aptly named. You don't want to go over them faster than an extreme crawl.
This is a nice small resort, but it needs a little TLC. Everything seems just a little faded, although all the cabins seems to have been recently painted, with some new picnic tables. The RV park is very small, with only 2 pull-through's, and 6-7 back-in's. Tough to turn a big rig around in it. Good Wi-Fi, and free cable TV (only 10 channels, but there's no other TV). Verizon didn't work here. Nice hot tub spa and group fire pit, with free firewood provided for it. Campfires can be had at individual sites, but only in fire tubs provided (which are the inside tubs of old washing machines. These work very well for campfires). The main attraction for this park is its location, right on old Hwy 101 (Ave of the Giants). Superb location to view some of the greatest ancient redwoods. Priced a little high, but big rigs won't fit in any of the CA state parks.
Very large park, but well-organized. Staff and hosts were very helpful. Close to many attractions, including great beach access. Especially liked the site layouts in small loops with shower/restrooms in the middle. Great paved hiking/bike trails.
Great park and reasonably priced. Access roads are a little narrow. Good variety of site sizes. Great view of the ocean from the day use area. No access to beach from the park, but it's an easy 1/2 mile walk from the gate. Camp hosts very helpful.
Nice park, but the access roads are narrow and the trees haven't been trimmed in a long time, and are much too close to the roads. I scratched the side of my rig badly trying to get in/out of my site. Great access to the beach on paved hiking/biking trails. Close proximity to many local attractions, especially downtown historical Newport. Very busy CG, even in mid-Sep.
Very nice, well-kept park with excellent facilities. Easy access off the freeway, but far enough off to eliminate noise. All sites are paved, but tend to be on the small side. Pool was shut down for the season. Excellent park on Moses Lake close by to walk pets. Not the kind of park we would stay at for an extended period, but great for an overnight.
This is one of the nicest little campgrounds we've stayed at in a long time. Staff were very friendly; park was immaculate and easy to get to from the freeway. It's close to freeway, but noise was minimal. Also close to railroad tracks, but only heard one train. Beautiful riverfront access, with lots of grass and trees. We'll stop here again on our way through Montana.
Nice, well-kept park. Far enough off the freeway to keep noise to a minimum. Sites are nice size, but not too many with shade. Great for an overnight stop. Very nice restroom/shower/laundry/game room facilities.
We agree with previous posts. Very nice park with excellent facilities, well maintained and patrolled. Becomes a little pricey when the $6.00 daily use fee for each vehicle is included. April is a great time to stay here; you have your pick of the best sites. Make sure you make reservations if you plan to stay more than 3 days.
I agree with previous posts. Park is a little rundown, but good overnight stop. We like the idea of only paying for what you use. We paid $8.00 base rate, and $2.00 for elec. It's an additional $2 ea for water, sewer, and if you use your AC. $3.00 additional for more than 2 people. All sites are pull-thrus, level, grass, and long enough to hold big rig 5th-wheels w/o unhooking. SuperWalmart is 7.5 miles away in Guymon. Easy access off Hwy 64. Free WiFi. Showers/bathrooms are old, but clean with good water pressure.
We agree with previous poster that this park is a long ways from anywhere, but it was very quiet and peaceful. RV sites were spacious, level and well-maintained. Only 2 pull-thru's. Great view of the water coming over the spillway of the dam. Great fishing at the spillway as well as the lake. Walk your dog on the road because grass is full of stickers! Bring plenty of groceries; it's 20 miles to nearest grocery store. Office staff and rangers are very friendly and helpful.
Nice spacious park with level gravel sites, all back-in's, but angled well for easy entry. Park is well-maintained, with the best Wi-Fi we've seen in a private RV park. Owners just converted an old goat pen into an enclosed dog run; another nice touch was the bag dispensers and trash cans for dog waste placed throughout the park. Two private catch/release fish ponds with some decent fish in them. Large community room available for group events. Park is very quiet, despite being only 1 mile from town. Chickasaw National Recreation Area is only a couple miles away, with great fishing areas, and miles of well-maintained hiking trails. Small pool which was still closed for winter.
Very quiet park in a beautiful location on Grand Lake of the Cherokees. Sites are all paved or concrete. Some sites are quite spacious while others are extremely close together. Most are quite level, but a few would require significant leveling. In April, you have your pick of sites, but in the busy season, you could get a less-than-desirable site. Park is a mile off Hwy 59 on south side of Grove, with very handy access to Wal-Mart and other shopping, yet quiet.