This was never a destination type campground, but we have seen it go down hill in the past year. They no longer gravel the sites and they are going back to dirt, which means dust or mud depending on the weather. I think the owner is just doing as little as possible until he can sell the land. Permanent residents, FSU football and overnighters are what keep it going. I sure wish someone would build a nice campground in the Tallahassee area.
This is an excellent campground and the folks who run it are wonderful. They even brought me a super long hose to wash my truck and trailer with. The only thing I can be critical of is they make you pay for Wi-Fi.
I agree with the previous reviews. Not only is this a 10 it is a 10+++. I have never considered buying a lot because we like to move around too much, but if this place was in NC I would buy a lot in a heart beat. I know there is an Outdoor Resort in NC, but that one only accepts class A motor homes and we prefer the simplicity, reliability and maneuverability of our Airstream. We stayed here 8 days.
The rate reflects a 3 day special. If you don't love this place, just sell your rig and give up because you can't be pleased. I don't usually consider how nice the staff is when rating a campground, but when the owner is as nice and helpful as his campground is manicured it is hard not to make note of it. Concrete roads, level concrete manicured sites are spotlessly clean. We will definitely be back.
Once again Trailer Life had an unreliable rating. The staff is friendly, bathrooms clean and some sites are even level, but why anyone would want to stay in a campground overlooking a Home Depot parking lot is beyond me. We will look for an alternative on our next trip. If all you want to do is pull in, eat, sleep and go, this place is fine.
We almost didn't come here because of the negative reviews but am glad we did. The owner isn't nasty at all, she was quite friendly but who cares - why people judge a campground by how friendly the staff is is beyond me. We have been in some real dumps where the staff was friendly and visa verse. The sites are level, shaded and clean. It is not a destination campground, but a great place to spend the night. We will stay here from now on when passing through.
We were a little worried about coming here because of the mixed reviews, but we were pleasantly surprised. This is not what I would call a destination campground, but it is the best campground we have found close to Chicago. The folks who run the campground are very nice and could not have been more accommodating. The free WiFi is often slow, but we have found that to be the rule rather than the exception anymore.
Door County is gorgeous, but the campgrounds are not, but Baileys Grove is the best they have to offer. The folks who run it are wonderful, the bathrooms are old but spotless. The roads and sites were gravel at one time, but are so worn they are now just dirt which makes it dusty when it's dry and muddy when it's wet. The WiFi is awful, but I blame that on their provider. Verison cell service worked well. We would stay here again only because we love the surrounding area.
Great place to spend the night. Long concrete pull through sites. Good WiFi. Owners were very helpful. Better have a GPS to find this place, we never made so many turns down small country roads, but they were all pretty and well maintained.
This is the best campground by far we have ever seen for children. I don't think Disney has as much going on for kids as this place does. Very clean and well organized. My only gripe was the extra charge for WiFi. At these prices it should be free.
I would have given this campground a 9 or 10 had it not been for them making you pay for Wi-Fi. At $50 a night Wi-Fi should be provided. As a matter of principal I would not stay here again. Michigan is loaded with camping resorts cheaper than this one and the Wi-Fi is free. We have been to a few campgrounds that use the same provider and they give you a coupon to log in with. I guess I wouldn't be so irritated if the Wi-Fi was fast, but it isn't. Plus they charge $4.95 per day, we stayed at a campground in Ohio last week that used the same provider and it was $2.50 per day.
This is a spectacular campground in a very serene setting with lots of elbow room and the owner is fantastic. The grounds are impeccable and there is so much to do and see in the area. I would have to agree that at the moment it is a bit overpriced because there are no facilities, but the grounds and setting more than make up for it.
We have camped here several times over the years and love it. Like most campgrounds, some sites have better views than others. Our only complaint is that the owners are more than happy to accept your credit card number to reserve a specific site, but your chances of getting the site you reserved when you get there are remote because they have no reservations about giving your site to someone else who is going to stay longer. Solution; we will no longer make reservations there, if the site we want is available we will stop and if not we will move on.