This is awesome! Not exactly "ocean front," it is actually situated on the inlet. The park is clean, the restrooms and showers are clean and well kept. They even have washers and dryers!! There are lots of TV stations available on the antenna, cable is not necessary. Great fishing within a few yards of the campground and it's less than a mile to the pier and the boat launch!! No sewer hook-ups, but there is a dump station. There was no WiFi that we could get on to??? The sites closest to the water are not as big as others in the camp, and I would not recommend them to anyone with rigs over 25 feet!
This is a nice KOA, but keep your eyes peeled for the signs to turn off the road. They are very small and I missed them, and drove about a mile past the turn off. The staff member was a bit snippy when I mentioned this and told me I just don't pay attention. (I had intended to stay here on my return from Tennessee, but she made me uncomfortable and I went elsewhere.) The park is OK, but some of the sites (like the one we were in) are very close to I-75 and the trucks rumble all night long! (If you are a light sleeper be sure to request sites on the opposite side of the park!) Clean restrooms, showers and store! WiFi worked great! But I won't go back here for reasons explained above.
This is the lowest rating I have ever given a KOA, but deserving. The sites were small, too close to each other and there were NO trees! The water had something in it that discolored it and clogged up my filter to the point I had to buy another one. The water pressure was almost 0 in the site and in the restrooms. In the two days we were here, the restrooms were never serviced. Same dirt, same trash, same empty toilet paper dispenser! There are only three showers, not enough for a park without sewer hook-ups. There were no sewer hook-ups in the sites, but there is a dump station. We were only a few hundred feet from the office, but the WiFi only worked if you went up to the immediate office area. There was no table at our site and only about half the sites had tables. We stayed here two nights and were not very happy with the accommodations of this park.
We stayed here four nights in a row and were put in the "over-nighters" section with no trees and little space, while the big roomy, shady spots set vacant. The bathhouse has one toilet and one shower and people waiting to use it, and the camp was not even busy! When are more going to be added??? The staff is always nice and the Internet works everywhere as far as we know, but it is slow!!
This one is miles off the Interstate, up in the foothills of the Shenandoah. The staff was not the friendliest I have encountered at other KOAs. The sites are OK, but tough to get into and out of for big rigs. It is a long way to everywhere from this campground.
This is one of the nicest,cleanest, best kept RV parks we have stayed in in a while, and the price was very reasonable!. It is located in the heart of Lancaster, right behind Dutch Wonderland. There are some sites right under the roller coasters and that might suck for some, but they shut down the amusement park about 8:00, so it doesn't go on all night! The restrooms were the cleanest and nicest I have ever seen in any RV park. If I was to go back to Lancaster in an RV, there is no doubt where I would go to stay.
Another one of those "off the beaten path" campgrounds. It is a couple of miles down a narrow, winding road with cars "flying" up and down it. The campground was nice, with lots of shady spots, but they put us in a wide-open, no shade tree spot and there were lots of open spots all around?? Lots to do in the area, but we were only here a day. Would have liked to stay longer, might go back, but only if they give me one of those shady spots!
This was a great KOA, just off of I-95 and really close to Foxwoods and the Mohegan Sun Casinos. The stay was good until breakfast time. We cooked and ate outside, but the lawn mowers and weed eaters felt like they had to mow and weed eat during our breakfast??? Couldn't wait 15 minutes, come back later? Very disrespectful.
This is a great park, one of KOA's best, and I have stayed in many! If you are considering this one or Oceanside, be aware, there are no trees at Oceanside and this park has a pool! The staff here were awesome, very helpful with anything you needed. There is a bus that runs through the park taking you to Acadia or to town, perfect for the motorhome traveler! The only problem we had was the breaker kicked out on us several times, and we were under 30 amps! And then there are the mosquitoes!!! Bring lots of repellent!
This is a good place to stay if you are touring Boston, Cape Cod, Plymouth, even points south in Rhode Island. BUT! We were put in the "new" part of the campground, up on the hill with no trees and the spots so close you could hear your neighbor snore at night. I booked this campground almost a year in advance and got a crappy spot. I think I may look elsewhere in the future.
What a trek to take to get here! Very narrow roads and WAY off the beaten path! The trailers are packed in like sardines in a can. I never could get the trailer level and had two sets of leveling blocks. No restrooms by the office or the pool, so you know what THAT means! But I guess you get what you pay for!
First of all, this is a nice campground with roomy spots. The trains are not a big deal. Six-flags could be walked to! And it doesn't take half an hour to get downtown...unless you are driving 40! However, I am a bit concerned about the care of the facility. For two days there was no toilet paper in the men's room and we told them both days! I used the same shower for three days and the same "left behind" bar of soap was in there all three days. So I question how "clean" the showers are. This appears to be run by a little old man and lady and perhaps a family, but there does not appear to be quality checks.
We stayed here two years ago and again this year. We would stay here again and again. This is a great location if you are going to spend several days in the Black Hills as it is pretty much in the center of Sundance, Devil's Tower, Mount Rushmore, and Badlands MP and one of the best locations if you are going to Sturgis!!! Now the spots are really tight if you have slide outs, etc., but that is part of the camping thing! Get to know your neighbors!!! The hot tub was great, the pool was heated. And they have shuttle that runs you into and out of Deadwood every hour. If you like to gamble it is perfect. And don't fret over the fact that the shuttle quits running at 10:00. Pretty much most of Deadwood shuts down at 10:00!!!
We have been on the road for 6 weeks and have stayed in a dozen or more KOAs. This is the cleanest of them all! Now wish we had time to stay longer, enjoying the cool shade trees and the beautiful lake.
Thirty-six bucks is not bad, add in $3.25 each for a shower and the cost gets up there! Something should be done for the mosquito infestation at the upper end of the campground. Obviously something is done at the lower end where the showers and laundry are as we never saw any down there. The mosquitoes were so bad we could never go outside to sit, barbecue, nothing. We had to run from the vehicle to the trailer and Citronella candles did nothing, these monster mosquitoes are immune!!!! So, if you are coming here...bring LOTS of Deet!!!
This KOA is NOT worth $50 per night. It is very dusty, has small sites, and a long way from the main attractions (Arches and Canyonlands). There is a very nice campground on the north side of Moab, right on the Colorado River and just a few minutes from Arches and Moab.
I am getting tired of paying $50 for KOA's that are not all that great. This was OK but very dusty with the gravel everywhere. I have stayed in much nicer KOA's for a lot less, including the one I am at currently.
The fact that this KOA has been here so long and there are no trees to speak of, or grass for that matter, is sad. A little more water and I think they would have some nice trees! The campground is quiet, VERY quiet. There were four campers here each night we were here. That made it easy to get in and out of the restroom! The restroom was clean and maintained. Hope you like Classical music. That is what plays in the restroom. The pool looked good but we did not use it and I am not sure about the hot tub. We stayed here in July and it was 108 degrees. Hot tubs didn't appeal too much to us. This was just our hub to tour this part of Arizona. Only 25 miles to Tombstone and Sonoita, and 35 to Saguaro National Park and Tucson. I think the price is too high for this park in the dead of summer. There are probably better parks around here and in Tucson.
We stayed in a KOA in Albuquerque the night before for $54 and it was not nearly as nice as this State Park facility for only $14!!!! The grounds were clean, lots of grass, shade trees, and we were right on the Rio Grande River. I highly recommend this park to anyone travelling along I-25 and looking for an "escape". No wi-fi and no cable TV but we picked up quite a few stations on the antennae. Little store about 3 miles up the road in Caballo sells everything you'd need to fish. We fished and did not catch anything but had fun watching the bats fly all over the place feeding and getting drinks of water from the lake.
WOW! $54.00 for a night in the heat of summer!! We told them we were handicapped and we got the farthest spot possible from the restrooms. There were lots of spots near it and with shade trees, but we were out in the wide open sun! Those closer and shadier spots were never occupied while we were there! And for the second time this summer we found no toilet paper in the men's bathroom both days we were there. The lady had just cleaned the bathroom and it still had no paper! And there is only one toilet each for men and women and two showers that are family style. Be ready to line up if you stay here!!!! And no cable TV either. There are a few stations on the antennae but for $54 you would think you would get a lot more.
A bit dusty, could have more grass! Office closes at 5:00!!! A bit too early! Only four miles from Luckenbach and Fredericksburg! If you stay here check out the animal park behind the campgrounds! Monkeys and other exotics! Even better, in the evening after everything in Fredericksburg is closed, take a ride down to the old railroad tunnel and preservation site and watch the bat flight. Over 3,000,000 bats exit the abandoned RR tunnel every night at dusk and it is an awesome site!!!
Arrived on the 28th to no reservation that I made a month in advance. The lady in the office never got up, just sat and fanned herself, complaining it was too hot (it was very cool inside the office!). We were close to the office but could not access the wifi, had to go to the pool area and get eaten by mosquitoes! We were there two days and there never was toilet paper in the men's restroom. Locks on all the shower doors are broken. The guy next to us did not have his sewer pipe in a donut, so it leaked out and stunk! All the river front spots are taken by people who are permanent residents, so forget thinking of getting a spot with a "view".