We generally avoid Jellystone parks and were surprised and pleased during our visit. Friendly and helpful staff. Our site was big-rig friendly and wide. As it is off-season and during the week, there were no children around. However, it appears that it would be a great place for families. We'd stay here again.
We found this an excellent location to tour Asheville and surrounding areas. The campground sites were adequate and full service. We have our own hot spot so did not try the campground WiFi. Staff friendly. We would definitely stay here again
This is one of the cleanest and best manicured parks we've ever visited. The wide sites all have concrete pads and blacktop parking for tow vehicles. Just 1/4 from the ""strip" and most major attractions and shows. Staff incredible! We would definitely stay here again
There are apparently several campground areas. However we stayed in the South area which provides both 30 and 50 amp service. Excellent location for touring the Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs (Greenbrier) area. There are no bathroom facilities available. We'd definitely stay there again.
Very convenient, less than a mile off I-75 Exit 423. Yet, despite its proximity to the Interstate, it is amazingly quiet. The park's grass sites are well-maintained and very level. The staff is extremely friendly. We'd definitely stay here again!
We really loved this campground. It was extremely convenient to the Kennedy Space Center, Merritt Island Sanctuaries and other points we wanted to visit. The campground was clean, quite and it's location along the Port Canaveral Channel provided close-up views of the cruise ships entering and leaving port. The staff was pleasant and very helpful We will stay here again.
We thoroughly enjoyed this campground, set among a dense forest of trees. And, while some of the sites are a bit challenging to back into, the are sufficiently wide to permit a larger motor home to fully open opposing slides with room to spare. We also were both surprised and extremely pleased to discover the campground was incredibly quiet, so much so that the "silence was almost deafening". Located at northern end of Jekyll, the entire island, only 7 miles long, is easily accessible bike a network of paved bike paths. We will definitely stay here again.
This campground is a work-in-progress and, while not fully landscaped, has the promise of being both an excellent stopover and destination resort. It has an on-site lake complete with an island, spacious sites, and an on-premises gas station. We would definitely plan on staying here when passing through Iowa in the future. Friendly and helpful staff. This campground should be a 9 or a 10 in the future.
This campground was officially closed (water turned off) but does accept RVers up until the snow flies. When we pulled in, the owner made water available to us. The sites are wide and incredibly long. There is also a small church on the campgrounds. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This campground was clean, the sites were side and staff incredibly friendly. Extremely convenient if visiting Meteor Crater and a good stopping point right off I-40 with gas between Gallup and Flagstaff.
This is a beautiful location and, despite the lack of Cable and WiFi, we travel with our own hotspot, it is peaceful with great mountain views, well-maintained and patrolled. Our only regret was that we had only one night in the area. We will return here on our next trip to the area.
Staff was great and helpful. Very convenient and if staying there be sure to check in BEFORE getting gas (Chevron just before park entrance) as there is a discount the campground can get for you at that station. Convenient for car or train trips to the Grand Canyon. Park entrance needs some work. Best views are those facing the south east. Despite proximity to I-40, very quite.
While a bit pricey, this campground is well-maintained, with large,full-service sites. Very convenient for access to Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. We stayed for 3 nights and would stay here if returning to Las Vegas again.
We spent four nights here. Other than its admittedly close proximity to I-65, meaning no relief from the din from the traffic, this is an excellent campground. The cable and Wi-Fi were excellent. The night we arrived, they were holding a home-fried chicken and pulled-pork barbeque followed by a country-western show. The owners and staff are very friendly and keep the park extremely neat. Although the campground is about 16 miles north of Nashville, it is still a very convenient base from which to visit all of the country music, historic and other sites in the area. We would definitely stay here again!
We spent one night here. We had a very spacious site with concrete patio and wrought iron patio set. Although the campground backs up to the Interstate, if you are in the front half, the noise from the traffic is minimal and didn't bother us. Unfortunately, the cable was not working properly, we were able to pull in a number of local aver-the-air stations. Very convenient for visiting the National Corvette Museum and other interesting and historic places in and around the city. We'd definitely stay here again.
This is a large campground adjacent to the Kentucky Horse Park. The back-in paved sites are narrow (~10') wide although easily backed into. However, the sites are well-spaced with lots of green lawn between them. There are also trees between most sites. Convenient to downtown Lexington. Friendly and helpful staff. While the site amenities include only water and power (30 and 50 amp), there are two dump stations, wireless is available, and over-the-air television reception excellent. We will definitely stay here again as we visit the area periodically.
This is a beautiful state park. The sites, while gravel and some not completely level for a long-rig, they are more than adequate with clean and raked "patio" areas. While the sites are heavily treed, they posed no problem for us, even tough we require a 12'8" clearance. Over-the-are television reception was a bit spotty but cell reception excellent. We would definitely stay here again!
We stayed here for two nights while visiting the Harrisburg area. At night, it was surprisingly quiet despite its proximity to an Interstate. The staff was friendly. The sites were adequate. The park was clean.
This is a simply wonderful campground! Wooded yet the sites are wide, spacious enough accommodate wide rigs with multiple slides and separated from one another for some privacy. Despite the fact that there are many children around, it is remarkably quite. The staff is friendly and maintains a neat and very clean campground. Strong Wi-Fi signals. There is also great walking trail along the Ausable River. Finally, it is conveniently located near Lake Placid, Whiteface Mountain, and the High Peaks area of the Adirondacks. We would definitely stay here again.
Absolutely lovely campground, with large sites well spaced out. There is an indoor pool and very nice nature trail. The staff was friendly. The campground was also extremely clean. We would clearly stay here again.
We spent four nights at this campground, about which we'd heard great things. Admittedly, the campground has an incredible location that most other campground owners would kill for, situated on an island in Lake Ontario. The sites are quite large, well-spaced out and have all the site and campground amenities one could ask for. On the weekends there is even a band for dancing or just listening. Further, the staff is extremely friendly. Unfortunately, and no fault of the campground, the sites along and near the causeway/entrance side are often in the path of an unpleasant odor. The source is not septic but rather: Cladophora, a variety of algae that has proliferated along the shorelines of the Lake. When its strands break off they are carried by prevailing westerly winds and accumulate along the shorelines where their decay produces this smell. The proliferation of pesky Mayflies is also a real nuisance (at least in July), and while they do not bite, can drive you nuts and invade your rig at night, even through mesh screens. At the same time there are a number of issues which are within the control of the management and easily resolved. These include weak/unreliable Internet connectivity. Many pets are off leash and roaming freely around the campground, including in and out of other people’s sites. The lack of a separate pet area, allows people with pets on leashes to let their dogs “do their business” between and/or on other sites. They do not check for litter left on sites by prior RV’ers. Our site had two fire pits, one of which was right beside the our picnic table was left with cigarette butts making it inconveniently messy for us. They allow many under-aged children to drive golf carts throughout the campground, some far too fast and one of which almost ran into our car. There is a lack of policing of people being overly loud after “quiet hours.” With a few changes, this campground could easily become a 9 or 10!
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've visited over the past several years. There are many seasonal residents but everyone is so friendly and welcoming. While the sites are large and most can accommodate larger rigs, we were tucked into site #17. Overlooking Lake Champlain, it is still a very private site with trees on three sides. Despite being without cable (antenna TV was good) and Internet (which will be coming), there are no downsides to this campground. Moreover, the owner is always around and more than willing to help in any way he can.
We are typically fans of KOA's and were not disappointed. Friendly and helpful staff. Very easy access to Quebec City (across the St. Lawrence River) and highways by-passing the city for sites North. Large, generally open sites. Despite pouring rain and a few puddles, the campground was reasonably well drained. A bit pricey but still not a bad value.
We spent three nights here, using it as a base for exploring the Montreal area. While in one of the large, pull-through short-term sites across the campground's golf driving range from the highway, it was surprisingly quiet. The staff is friendly and very accommodating for those of us with few French language skills. It is close to the city and the Metro station (we purchased 3-day passes) and would recommend using the Metro for its convenience. A great campground!
We stayed here for one night en route to Quebec. The owners were great and our site (26-A) was a wooded pull-through set among towering pines. The campground had many facilities which we did not have an opportunity to take advantage of due to our short stay and the weather (Rain!). We would definitely stay there again.
We loved this campground! Although it was an excellent one-night stopover, it compares very favorably with many at which we've spent many nights. Staff/owner extremely friendly and helpful. Wide, level sites. CG was very clean. We will stay here when heading south next year.
This park is very convenient to Crooked River State Park and Cumberland and Amelia Islands. The folks in the park are extraordinarily friendly. Owners friendly, responsive and continually improving the physical facilities. We will plan to stay here either going to or returning from Florida next winter.
A former orange grove, this is a 10-year old park with several distinct sections. We stayed in the lower part which was open with spacious sites. Wi-Fi was generally weak. Very friendly and helpful staff, particularly when I had a problem with my tow vehicle when leaving the park. Close proximity to Kennedy Space Center and Merritt Island. We would definitely stay here again when in the area!
We spent the month of February at this RV resort. Of the more than 125+ campgrounds we've stayed at, this is clearly the BEST! The sites are large and open. The facilities, including 3 pools, are excellent. The park is extremely well-maintained. The staff is friendly and involved. Many activities bring those staying at the resort together. Centrally located for Naples, Marco Island, Fort Meyers, the Everglades and even Miami. We will be returning next year for at least a month, and probably longer.
One of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed at. The only downside was that the free campground Wi-Fi was non-existent and cable is not available at the short-term sites. Our site was on the far side away from I-75 and extremely quiet. When looking for signs, you will NOT find "Winter Quarters"; rather look for "Encore". Also, our GPS took us into a strip mall. When exiting I-75, turn west and take a right at the third light. Travel 0.9 miles back over I-75 and the campground will be on your immediate left. We will be staying here again on our way north in March.
Campground is one of the friendliest we've ever visited. Wi-Fi and cable worked fine. There are some old, permanent structures near the front of the campground. However, in the rear, where short and monthly RV rigs sites are located was fine. Nice pool.
Great park. Staff very helpful. While some of the roads are narrow and turns when following the street "arrows", we were led by an alternative route and had no problems. Sites wide and Wi-Fi excellent. Cable, however, was weak and snowy. Only 6 miles to Disney sites. We'd definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for two nights while exploring St Augustine. Very convenient to the Old City and barrier islands. The interior roads are sandy as are the sites, which are level and relatively wide. We would stay here again.
We stopped here for one night en route to Florida. While the campground abuts I-95, if your site is back from property line, there is almost no vehicle noise. Wide campsites set among southern yellow pines. Friendly staff.
Nice campground although a bit pricey. The eastbound signs off I-80 bring you in to the campground over a narrow road. However, it is a lovely place and a great stop for the final night of our 4-1/2 month trip. We'd stay here again if returning home through western PA in the future.
This is a very convenient, family-owned campground with wide level sites separated by trees. When we arrive the power was out so we waited and chatted with the lovely owners. We're glad we did, as the power came back on, the Wi-Fi was strong and cable worked well. Despite flooding earlier in the year, the owners have made great strides in rehabilitating their RV park. We would stay there again.
For a campground with a lot apparent seasonal residents it is surprisingly well maintained. Our site was close to the lake. Close to shopping and the some of the best gas prices around. We'd definitely stay here again when in the area.
This is a very pretty campground with walking/biking trials and a stream. It was quite and although there was only electricity, was more than adequate for a one or two night stay. Very convenient to Winnebago factory/service center.
We spent two nights at Custer Gulch. Our treed site was gorgeous (toward the back of the campground). Staff very friendly and helpful. Signage when coming from Custer is hard to see and your can fly by the entrance. We would definitely stay here again. Excellent base for Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse and Custer State Park.
Convenient to see the sights of Yellowstone. However, our back-in sight which, while not tight, did present us with an evergreen tree immediately outside our door. We stayed there for three nights and were sightseeing during the days. Once they finish getting electricity installed to all sights, the currently non-electric sights will be better. No cell nor satellite at this campground. Interior roads could be smoothed out.
Our rate was with a military discount. However, we thought that, while the staff was helpful, the campground was over-priced for the services. For such a large campground, the laundry facilities were minimal. There were rabbit "droppings" at our site when we arrived. The wireless Internet was weak and spotty, at best. We would not stay there again on another visit to the area.
Great campground. Wide sites, some with shade trees. Large, concrete site pads. While close to the Interstate, the campground was very quiet. A definite return destination. Owners, very nice and helpful!
Smallish but quite (other than a very occasional train going through the center to the town a number of blocks away) campground which is extremely well maintained. Concrete site pads. Owner couldn't be nicer! Would definitely stay there again when in the area!
Friendly staff. The sites were adequate for larger rigs and the WiFi was strong. The park was a bit dusty. They tried to squeeze the KOA standards into a smaller footprint than we've seen at other KOAs. However, we'd stay there again when visiting the Twin Falls area; as it is convenient to many of the attractions we were there to enjoy.
We spent three pleasant days here. While a bit pricey (as is everything else in the area), the recent low ratings for this campground are not justified! Some, not all of the sites are a bit tight. However, we had more than adequate room for our towed car and to sit out beside our motor home without being on top of our neighbors. It is also well situated for visiting Jackson Hole or the western side of the Tetons. We'd definitely stay here again.
This is a great stop in southwestern Idaho! The park is clean and has large,comfortable sites and strong WiFi. They also have an on-site restaurant (courtesy breakfast Mondays thru Saturdays) which is open for dinner. Family-run, the owners are very pleasant and responsive. Despite being situated beside the main road through town, it was quiet. Highly recommended!
A convenient stop, just off the Interstate. We also loved the pick-your-own vegetable garden, which provided part of our dinner for three nights. The sites for those in for a night or two were nice and and spacious. However, there are a number of long-term rigs, many with somewhat unsightly messes around their units. The host was very pleasant and it is apparent the new owners are trying to improve the parks physical facilities.
Incredible location along the Avenue of The Giants in the Humboldt Redwood National Forest. The park appears relatively new and it's physical layout is excellent with wide, concrete sites. Although there were trees between sites, they were only 10' tall at most and provided no share. However, high temperatures were not an issue as the National Forest's climate is mild and the surrounding giant redwoods keep the mercury at comfortable levels. Staff very pleasant. A great place to stay if touring the immediate area.
The entrance is a bit narrow, only one vehicle can enter or exit at a time. Sites wide, some in the sun and others well shaded. Staff extremely friendly. Convenient for visiting Mount Shasta. The park is close enough to the railroad tracks, although you can't see them, that train whistles are very audible. We'd stay there again, however.
While a bit out of the way, the trip and 2-night stay were well worth it. The location is also ideal for visiting Crater Lake. The setting on Lake of the Woods can almost give one a feeling of visiting the Catskill's resort featured in "Dirty Dancing". We had a great dinner at the Lodge. Views over the lake terrific. Although we did not go swimming, the campground's beach area was packed. Sites extremely wide amid 100' pines and firs. We could go back and stay longer with no problem.
This campground is located on a working cattle ranch; giving a visitor a chance to hike, bike and/or drive through portions of the 8,000 acre spread. The park, itself has wide sites, many with shade. Laundry and bathrooms clean! Wi-Fi strong at Laundry and during the evening at our rig. One of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed at.
Lovely campground with delightful and committed owners! We camped in Site 11 which was very quiet, despite the park's proximity to Route 20. Bathrooms small but clean. We would definitely stay there again.
This campground has a true desert feel, as it is located in a dry, desert area of British Columbia. Situated above the Thompson River, its two drawbacks are (a) the inconsistency and under-performing Internet, and (b) the trains which run day and night along the tracks just above the river bed but below the level of the campground. Owner is a delightful British chap. Easily reached, it is a good place for a stopover!
A great State Park. We had a pull-through site which easily accommodated or motorhome and tow car. The do need to trim a few of the overhead branches, however. The park was very pleasant and excellent for biking and with access to local beaches.
This is campground is in the Top-5 of all those we've stayed in. Attractive, private sites, views of a small lake and a friendly staff are pluses. Excellent laundry facility. Just minutes from I-405, it is extremely convenient if visiting the Seattle and even Olympic Peninsula areas.
This campground is a bit off the beaten track, but very convenient for if in the Mount St. Helens area. The park is neat and sites both spacious and well-defined with a privacy fence. Some nice gardens and a pretty lake, with boat rentals available. If coming in, the signage from the west onto Rt 122 is poor; best signage from west end of Rt 122 off R 12.
Campground so-so. Due to their isolation, the need to run a generator 24-7, it can be a bit noisy if your site in near the generator shed. Proximity to Laird Hot Springs is a huge plus and made the stay more than worth-while. The Lodge's restaurant prices are exorbitant and drove a number of people away. Recommend they drop meal prices and they could probably fill the place every night.
While there is little ambiance to the individual sites, the campground sits on a lake with great views. It is also within easy walking distance of most visitor sites in town. We would stay there again.
Lots of pluses: on-site gas/diesel pumps, propane, oil change. All reasonably priced. Staff was terrific! Just minutes south of center of Whitehorse, major shopping and visitor attractions. Downside: tight sites with little ambiance. Wi-Fi intermittent. Treed sites in rear.
Perhaps one of the most picturesque locations imaginable: on the shores of Klaune Lake and the Kalune Mountains. Owners maintain an immaculate campground and are very pleasant. This campground is a MUST for anyone traveling to or from Alaska along the ALCAN!
Heavily treed and narrow sites, although 40+ foot units towing were able to pull in. Opening slides can, however, be challenging. Owners remarkable and friendly. They also put on a great evening show. Restaurant on site. When raining, some sites (ours) partly flooded. We will stay here on our return trip from Alaska.
We stayed here for two nights in preparation for our departure for Alaska. The campground is extremely convenient to downtown Dawson Creek. The owners are also making significant improvements, including new bathrooms and a new laundry (my wife called it "fabulous" with new appliances) which are among the best we've seen anywhere! The staff was incredibly helpful to both us and some of our traveling companions in trying to find local RV services. The cable TV was excellent and the wireless had a strong signal (but be certain to get the correct access code). There is a little noise from the traffic on the adjacent highway, but only a very minor issue as far as we were concerned. Highly recommended!
Very roomy pull-through sites. First time we've had cable TV since North Dakota: nice. Staff very friendly and helpful. They have a RV and car power wash on-site. Reasonably close to the center to town. We would definitely stay here when coming through Grande Prairie again.
Not bad for a one-night stay. Staff very friendly. Admittedly, we arrived after nearly a week of rain and most of the transient sites were muddy with some standing water. Bathrooms need repainting, although very clean. Wireless down when we were here.
Large, spacious drive-through sites, although in a very treed environment. Bears and elk have been problems, but we did not see any of them. It is a bit pricey for what you get, however there is only one shower for campground.
Although located between main street (Route 2) and rail yard, it was generally quiet and one of the prettiest in-town RV parks we'd stayed at. We had a mechanical breakdown when leaving and were allowed to remain until our repairs were completed. Within easy walking distance of the Underground City and other locations we wanted to visit.
A bit pricey but an excellent campground. The staff was very professional and helpful. Sites wide and the views would be hard to match. Just 1 mile from the entrance to Glacier National Park. The bathrooms were among the best we seen. Wi-Fi available but only at the registration/store / laundry building; which was not a problem. Even with the price, we'd stay here again.
This is a family-run campground and the owners are extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are generally shaded. Just 1 mile to Theodore Roosevelt National Park's South Unit. Medora is a cute town and there are a host of restaurants and ice cream parlors within walking distance. There is a railroad track close by and you can hear the occasional train. We would return if in the area.
Very convenient RV park for traveling west through North Dakota, south of Lake Sakakawea. The owner is a very laid back guy. Park and facilities are clean. Grocery and liquor store within short walking distance. East end of the park abuts a somewhat less attractive gravel pit area. However, we would stay here again without hesitation!
This is a hidden jewel! We were greeted by half dozen of the Dale & Martha Museum volunteer staff. Our site had only electricity, which was not a problem. For an extra $5.00, we got admission to all of the museum buildings (which were fascinating). It is too bad that its location is a bit off the beaten path. GPS location not accurate and if traveling to this campground, it is ~3 miles east of Wolford, although the Route 30 sign is unreadable. For people with the time, looking to get off the main roads and interested in antique farm equipment and other buildings and artifacts of a lost rural era. This is a MUST stop.
Although an bit pricey, this is a well-run and RV-friendly RV park. Convenient to I-94. Other than a lack of wireless, there were not drawbacks. We stayed here for two nights while visiting relatives enroute to Alaska. Wide sites with paver-stone patios and picnic tables. We will stay here when back in the area!
This is a small, clean V park. Convenient if traveling between the UP of Michigan and Minnesota. The owners could not have been more helpful. The lack of wireless, cable TV and common bathrooms/showers, did not detract from this campground. Open field area with grass site. Although close to Route 63, we barely heard any traffic. RVers will not be disappointed.
This is a fantastic campground with just 21 sites, each with a covered picnic table/patio, all with direct views of Portage Lake and the adjacent Keweenaw Peninsula. The great host couple provides all sorts of information about a trip up the peninsula as well as local places to see. While lacking other than modest bathrooms (part of the abutting city park), the campground was impeccable. We stayed in site 17 for two nights and would have stayed longer if we were not committed for the following days.
This is a beautiful state park. While we were scheduled to stay in the lower campground on Lake Huron, the sites were still muddy from a week of rain, we were quickly moved to a pull-through site on the upper campground. The facilities were well-maintained and the park patrolled on a regular basis. Just a mile from the center of St. Ignace, it is a great place to stay if visiting Mackinac Island. Staff was very friendly and accommodating.
This is very convenient and pretty campground located just west of the town of Munising. Our site was only 50' from Lake Superior. Sites can accommodate a large rig. We would definitely stay here again!
A small but intimate campground. Well maintained with a very friendly staff. While we are not traveling with children, there were a number of kids playing all day without creating any disturbance to adults. Located only a short walk from Lake Huron, it is adjacent to two nature trails. We would definitely stay here again when in the area.
It is a large park with fairly narrow roads. I would stay there again if in the area. The park has many amenities, particularly for families. The bathroom facilities are clean. The staff was very friendly.
Lovely park. Unfortunately, we arrived 12 days into a 2 week long period of rain and the sites around the lake were too soggy to use. Owners couldn't have been nicer. There appear to be about 30%-40% seasonable sites. We would stay there again when in the area.
This is a beautiful state park. The sites vary in size, but can accommodate large rigs. While the trees pre-empted satellite TV, we were able to pick-up a number of over-the-air stations. The park staff is very pleasant and helpful and the RV campsite areas are well patrolled. There is also a lot to see and do in the park (which I last visited in 1964). Highly recommended and I would stay here again.
Our rate was based on a Passport discount. While the campground is 90% seasonal, there are six transient sites along the road overlooking a cove off Margaret Bay. Convenient for seeing Halifax, Peggy's Cove (Not to be missed) and the central south shore of Nova Scotia. The bathrooms and showers were dark and dirty and we did not use them for that reason. The campground itself, is in need of a major clean up. Staff was very friendly and helpful, however.
Beautiful state park with both hiking trails and a road to the top of Mount Battey, where the views of Penobscott Bay are spectacular! Our site, although treed (there are some field sites) was roomy for both our rig and car. A great location for touring the Camden, Rockland and surrounding areas of the central Maine coast. We will stay here again when we're back in the Camden area.
While a bit pricey, the location is great, right on the ocean. Despite the 50 MPH winds, the views of the waves crashing on and off shore were spectacular. The park attendant was extremely nice! A definite place to return to in the future!
Although in a downtown location, the campground was convenient both to local grocery and other stores as well as for leaving our rig while we took a multi-day trip to Cape Breton Island (saving hours of driving). Owner was friendly and laid back.
We arrived the date the owners were beginning to close. They were very hospitable and we were given a beautiful pull-through site. It's a very convenient location, just off Route 2 and we'd definitely stay here again when in the Moncton area.
A wonderful campground, centrally-located for touring Prince Edward Island. Les and Marlene Andrews were wonderful hosts and will go out above-and-beyond to help in finding out information about local attractions. Highlands has treed sites but they are spacious and long enough to accept large rigs. The only downside was our inability to pick up local TV stations. However, not being addicts to the boob-tube, it did not affect our enjoyment. We would absolutely stay there again if we [hopefully] return to PEI.
Site 136 provided us with an unobstructed view of the Bay of Fundy, buffering salt marshes and southern end of the Hopewell Rocks park (from which we could actually see our rig). The staff was friendly and very helpful Love having the ability to pick our site. Wi-Fi was excellent! Extremely convenient to sites both north and south of the campground.
This is one of the prettiest and most peaceful RV campgrounds we've stayed in. It has all the amenities, can accommodate tear-drops to large rigs and is situated amidst woods, a duck pond and expansive marshlands, yet it is just a mile from US Route 1. The other RVers and staff were as friendly as any we've met anywhere. We will definitely return here!
We were one of the first campers of the season and the owners were hard at work getting the place ready for guests. Unfortunately, the showers were not ready, but that was a minor issue. Bathrooms are small for this size park (33 spaces). There are lots of other amenities, however. While literally at the intersection of Routes 24 and 12, it was not at all noisy. Gravel sites were level. In some pull-through sites, need to check adjacent trees if you have slides to open out. We would stay here again.
Small campground which was very convenient for Zion National Park. Sites were gravel and the grassy areas between sites was a bit muddy. Also, if you walk over to the fence on the north side of the campground to see the alpacas and two very sociable mule, watch out for the mud. Once on your shoes or sneakers it is difficult to get out.
This campground is set in the shadow of the San Francisco peaks and wooded. The staff was friendly. However, the sites were a bit tight and the price seemed a bit steep for the area. It is very convenient to a wide variety of shopping and an RV service operation.
This park could be rename the Purple Park for the color scheme and shirts worn by the very friendly staff. We stayed here for four nights. It was very convenient for our purposes. I might have given it a 10 but for two things. First, the entrance and exit have concrete runoff channels between Williams Road and the park driveway. We were very careful and scraped both entering and exiting. And we noticed many other coachs, fifth wheels and trailers experiencing the same thing. Second, and less of an issue, was the noise when planes were taking off from Deer Valley Airport when the wind was out of the west. That said, we would stay here again.
A great camp ground with three sections. We stayed in the Hacienda area. Wonderful hiking and biking trails around the park and lake. There is also a terrific natural spring, stone-lined hot tub which should not be missed.
What a spectacular place for an RV escape. Set up against the mountains east of Deming, the views were fantastic and sunset unequaled. Nice hiking trails around the park. Once again state parks have been among the best we've stayed in. Only shortcoming was the condition of the showers.
This is clearly the prettiest park we've stayed in over the past month! We stayed in the White Section, with a view of the pond out our windshield. Not only is the staff very friendly, but so are the longer-term "residents". As there was a steady wind for the first two of our three days there, being back from the ocean was a blessing. I'd have rated the park a 10 but for the poor wireless service (really not the park's problem) and the fact that there were only two washers and two dryers in the laundry, less than sufficient for a campground of its size. We'd camp here again in a heartbeat next time we're in southeastern Texas.
This park is one of the friendliest and lowest-key parks we've visited. The owner is easy going and actively socializes with campers. It is only in its third year of operation, but it's well kept and well managed. Many 3-4 month "tenants" who welcome even over-nighters like old friends. Only drawback was no cable TV. Highly recommended.
We stayed here for two days. This park is pretty with spacious sites, patios and even fire pits. The wireless was exceptional. The RV section of the park is removed from the boat ramps and day visitors. It is also well patrolled. We used as a base to explore New Orleans. The best way is to take the 8 mile drive to Algiers and take the free ferry to the heart of the city, between the French Quarter and Warehouse District. The park also recognizes the National Senior Pass, reducing our rate by almost half. We would definitely stay here if in the New Orleans area again.
Convenient location right on water. Staff was extremely helpful, giving us a choice of sites upon arrival. Gravel pads, although everything drained well after a torrential downpour. Seemingly many longer term campers also here.
This is a very attractive park with level, concrete sites. The staff was very helpful. It's nice to find a park with a positive policy on washing rigs and vehicles. All sites are close to Gulf and a private beach, although windy when the breeze is coming in off the water. Once a month, either the Air Force or Navy (couldn't determine) does some nighttime bombing practice in the area. Sounded like thunder with clear skies. However, it did not last long. We spent two nights and would definitely return.
Large park with grass/gravel sites for short-term users. Mostly permanent RVs and mobile homes, although the park is very well kept. We were here for four nights while visiting family in the Bradenton and Sarasota areas. The people we met while walking the roughly 1 mile loop around the lake were from all over and were very friendly!
This is a beautiful campground right off I-295. I suspect had we been on the south side of the Lake, the noise from the highway might have been an issue. However, our site was quite and we had an unobstructed view of Flamingo Lake. We took advantage of a community spaghetti night which was a great value. Two loops around the lake came to just shy of two miles. The men's room and showers were clean. However, the ladies bathroom was less attractive and the shower needed cleaning. We would definitely stay here again if in the Jacksonville area.
We stayed here only one night. Gravel site was saturated from recent rains. Staff was great, meeting us at 8PM and escorting us to our site when we arrive late. Limited bathrooms were clean and off the common laundry. If the Marines are operating aircraft, it can be a bit noisy. This is not a military-only campground.
We stayed here for two nights. It is an attractive campground which must be beautiful when all of the foliage is out. The staff was both friendly and helpful. Bathroom facilities convenient and clean. Close proximity to a wide variety of big box outlets for shopping. Only drawback is no cable TV. However, watching television is not our top priority and over-the-air reception was excellent. We would definitely stay here again.
We spent two nights at the American Heritage RV Park. It is very convenient for visiting the Williamsburg and Jamestown areas. The park was clean and bathroom facilities exceptional. As there were very few campers we had the pick of the sites. Many of the other folks at the park were long-term visitors with larger RV and Fifth-Wheel units and very friendly. We would definitely stay there again. Owners were very pleasant and helpful.
We called the campground around 5:00PM after our original destination showed us a site too small for our rig, far from level, inconvenient distance to hook-ups and extremely muddy. They accommodated our late arrival (after the owners had left for the night). Site worked well, close to bathrooms which is important as we were traveling south and had not yet filled our water tank. Given that they still had several inches of snow and only a dozen or so plowed sites, the park was in good shape and the owners were fantastic.