This was a pretty wooded park. We booked a site that was very difficult to get in to, although we put in the correct dimensions. The road around the campground was pretty narrow not leaving much room for turning. We noticed that although there were some big rigs (we had a 35 ft. fifth wheel), there weren't many spots that easily accommodated them. The views were great, especially if you could get a water site. We would probably not camp here again. Access to downtown Nashville or the Opry is great - 15 to 20 minutes.
This campground is right off I70, so there is some traffic noise. Convenience does come at a price! Sites are all gravel/dirt but pretty level. Thank goodness it didn't rain. But that's the desert climate. Our fifth wheel & truck fit nicely into the pull through spot without unhooking for the night. The roads were easy to maneuver in. There was a tiny bit of grass and a good size tree on our site for some shade. Nice pool. Nice people. Very accommodating.
One of the nicer KOA parks we've been to. It was easy access off I70. I was surprised that being so close to I70, there wasn't much traffic noise. Escorted to site, which was level. They have both gravel and paved level sites. Not much difference from what I could see; both were nice. Utilities were easily hooked up. They even had three sewer cleanouts per site. There was some shade. Aesthetically, it was very nice. Great camp hosts. We would definitely stop here again.
Rate is for seniors. Beautiful woodsy campground with many sites on the water. Sites were level, gravel and well defined. Quiet at night but boat noise during the days on the weekend. Bath houses were clean but small and spread out for the number of sites. Be prepared for bugs.
The best thing about this campground is the location. There are a few waterfront sites but mostly the sites are lined up inside like a storage lot. Only a few streets are paved. Most are crushed gravel, as are the sites. It rained very hard while we were staying here and there were many huge puddles of water standing in both the road and on some sites. There doesn't appear to be many rules. Some people have set up fences to make their site private; otherwise, there is no privacy. Nice marina. Helpful people. Lots of road noise. We would prefer to stay at the state parks for the ambiance.
Rate is Florida senior special. This campground is beautifully laid out with large level sites. There is very little vegetation in the campground area making it feel like a big field. There is no privacy in the sites, but the newness & cleanliness of the campground make up for it. However, we like the fact that a state campground has sewer and will stay here again. The state should plant more trees/shrubs.
What a nice park. Brevard County has done such a good job with this park that many 'snowbirds' return here year after year. Many of the sites are on the water, but those don't have sewer. And, don't count on a clear view of the water as many sites have bushes. However, all these sites have an access point into the water. This is a great place to bring your boat because you can beach it right at your campsite. The restrooms were old but clean. The laundry facility was acceptable though not real clean. The roads are paved and great for biking and walking. A huge grass area in the middle is where many park their boat trailers and cars that don't fit into their campsite. No Wi-Fi in camp but just up the road can get it at the marina on a daily basis. There are a handful of sewer spots not on the water.
Nice campground on the ocean. About 1/2 of the sites are actually on the ocean. Park rangers patrol the park often. Sites are not private nor shaded because it is indeed on sand: just some scrub palms. It is often windy which means no awnings! Price reflects Florida senior rate. It would be really nice to have sewer and internet. TV received many stations.
This is a federal park with the gulf on one side and the bay on the other. Both are within walking distance of the campground. The gulf beaches have the whitest sand I've seen in Florida! Price reflects a 50% discount for senior pass. The location is definitely a '10'. The campground is nice; our site was level and large; the pad is asphalt; some sites have trees to work around. It rained some during our stay and the site got a bit muddy. Be sure to take time to see the fort: it's fascinating. We also were here at a time when the Blue Angels from the naval base were practicing and had a great view from the park. The bathhouses need updating and cleaned more often. After the first day, we showered in our camper. We will definitely return.
We had been hearing about Henderson Beach State Park for a long time and were delighted to finally arrive. The sites were private, surrounded by scrub. There were plenty of sites for big rigs, as well as a few pull throughs. I just wish they would put in sewer! The site itself was level with gravel and well manicured. If there was a complaint it is that the actual beach is quite a walk from the campground across the dunes on a boardwalk. The beach itself is beautiful with white sand and turquoise blue water. The location in Destin is terrific: across from a Wal-Mart, near Publix, and many other activities like miniature golf and go carts in the area. We are already booked for next year.
We needed an overnight close to Interstate 10 and this was the perfect place. It was easy to find off the highway and easy to get in to. The staff was very friendly and ready for us when we arrived. Most sites are pretty close together but for an overnight, this did not cause a problem. After a long day of driving, we enjoyed the pool, which was clean and well kept. We would definitely stay here again should we be in the Tallahassee area.
This is one of our favorite campgrounds, even if you don't get an oceanfront site. The greatest amenity is the view! It just doesn't get any better. There is always an ocean breeze which makes summer temps bearable. Campground hosts were great. Campers were friendly. The rate is Florida's senior rate (FL residents get 50% off the price if they're 65+.) Campground is clean. Sites are sandy. (It is beachfront!) We will camp here as often as possible.
Price based on monthly rate. People are very nice and friendly. The campground has a mixture of big rigs here for the winter and permanent residents. The location in Kissimmee is very good with close proximity to shopping and attractions. Although the lots are rather small, our motorhome fit nicely. Nice pool. Mail boxes. Cable and phone contracted separately. We get excellent TV reception without cable. For internet, camp close to the office.
The sites are very nice size, and many have large shade trees. We camped in a motorhome with tow and had tons of space, along with a concrete pad for picnic table. The lots were level and grassy. There is no internet at the sites, and it cost $$ to use the one at the office. Cable was good. Water & sewer good. We would stay here again. Ended up getting 3 nights for 2. There were many permanent residents on the other side of the river. We stayed where there were more RV's. Be sure to visit Bulow State Park down the road. $4 for a carload. Interesting history.
This is great oceanfront camping when you can get in. The campground is quite small, and there are no trees. But we were looking for the ocean which we could see from our site. The bathhouse and campground were clean. The only privacy within the camp site are the scrub palms. We would camp here again. Price is reflective of Florida senior resident. If this had sewer, cable, and internet, it would have had a 10!
We stayed here during Spring Break, and there were many vacant spots. The campground is nicely treed, but many of the sites are narrow making a Big Rig a challenge to avoid trees. We arrived after a good deal of rain, and some of the sites were muddy. The camp hosts were terrific and very helpful. We would camp here again.
Price reflects Florida resident senior rate. This is a lovely park with only a handful of 50 amp sites. There are some trees & scrub oak to give a little privacy to sites. The sites are not huge but adequate for our motorhome & tow vehicle. The location of the park is superb. Don't miss the Naval Aviation Museum and the Blue Angels practice! The park has nice areas for swimming (although not a large beach) & picnicking, hiking, biking, walking, etc., and a playground for the kids. Ice and firewood available on the campground. We were especially pleased with the cleanliness and upkeep of the bathhouses.
This is an absolutely gorgeous campground with over-sized campsites, trees for shade, lots of open space, and only a few 50 amp sites. We just needed a place for one night and stumbled into this one. We would definitely return for a place for peace and quiet for a few days. We were in between the artisans and would come back when they were in camp. The price of $8 is the Florida senior rate (50% off). Once again, Florida has shown itself to have great state parks! We had a pull through site that accommodated everything.
It's hard to find full service campgrounds in the area. This was a nice campground although the roads are in need of filling in the holes that create standing water when it rains. (yes, it rained) The sites are very small but it still accommodated our motorhome and slides. There are no private sites but there are many large trees to provide some shade. The laundry room has two washers and two dryers. The large playground looked very inviting to the younger generation. If the roads had been in better shape, I would have given this a higher rating. We would stay here again - good price for full service. There was no internet or cable.
We found a gem in this campground. We were looking for a place to stay while touring Mammoth Cave and ran across this one, which gives seniors with the pass a 50% discount! The views of the lake are fabulous from almost all campsites. The campsites are some of the nicest (although not the largest) we've found with picnic table, cooking table, and gravel RV pads. There is no sewer, internet, or cable - which I normally require to give such a high rating...but the beauty and cleanliness outranks this time. This would be a great place to camp and boat. We definitely will return. Be aware that the roads approaching the campground are narrow with little shoulder. Once my husband saw the campground, I was forgiven for making him drive on such narrow roads.
Beauty abounds in this state park. If you're looking for privacy in a site with lots of trees, this is it! The site was big enough for our motorhome, slides, and tow vehicle with no low hanging branches. We just needed a one night stop and found this to be delightful. It was quiet & clean. We would love to return to this park and spend a little more time. Internet and cable would have made this a 10!
What a delightful find this campground was! The campground is small and the sites are not very large but we had a pull through which nicely held our motorhome and tow vehicle including two slides. There are a few permanent residents but mostly RV's and trailers. There were several washers and dryers in a clean air conditioned laundry room and the bathrooms had full size tubs/showers in them. Internet was easy to use, as was the cable TV. Don't miss this one if you're going to be in Mobile. It's a great buy with full services. Price reflects Good Sam.
This state park campground is very scenic and a combination of sun and shade. The sites are not large and there is not much privacy. We needed something in the area and decided to make do with 30 amp (big mistake). The campground itself is in need of much updating as the roads and campsites themselves were in disrepair. One good advantage in this campground is the availability of sewer connections. The campground is about 10 miles off I-65. We will not return because of the lack of 50 amp.
We found this to be a nicely cared for KOA with many shade trees and pretty landscaping. The sites are very narrow but we were able to park our motor home on the asphalt pad which also had a small grass lawn area with picnic table close to us. The electric, water, sewer were all nicely placed in a cement pad. Internet worked great at our campsite. The campground is on a local bus route which made it nice to take directly to the falls. The children's playgrounds looked very nice and clean. We would stay here again when visiting this area.
We stayed in this campground because there was not much available in the Syracuse area. We were able to navigate our motorhome ok, but the site itself had deep tire tracks from previous vehicles and we had to work around it along with the large trees & branches. There was no specified pad on the site...just grass. The lack of amenities would push us on to another campground next time. They would not accept a one night reservation so we had to pay for two nights in order to find a place for just one.
This is a great park to stay in while visiting Washington D.C. Campsites are somewhat narrow but are on a gravel pad, with another gravel pad with picnic table & grassy area. We had no trouble with our slides & awning. There is lots to do...playground, pools, movie at night, etc. Public transportation that came into the campsite was awesome and took us right to the Metro (subway) which we used a lot. The staff was very helpful & patient with so many questions. Propane was filled at our site. There were lots of washers and dryers. Highway noise is pretty loud from all over the campground, but you can't see the highway. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a pretty campground with lots of big shade trees (we had no problem negotiating them with our motorhome) and curved roads that make it aesthetically very appealing. It was easy to find off I95. Trash was picked up at our site during the morning. The internet took VERY long to use so we just gave up. The sites are a little narrow but we have found that typical with KOA campgrounds. We only stayed for one night on our way to DC but would stay here again.
Yes, the drinking water was terrible! We are still trying to get it all out of our RV. The price seemed very high but we wanted a swimmable beach. So... The RV park did have lots of nice amenities, but it looks like a big field with a bunch of campsites that are very small with only a few little trees. The biggest advantage of this park is that you can walk to a wonderful beach. You can't see the beach from the campground because of the sand dunes, but the walk across the dunes is short. The pool was filled with kids having a great time. Wi-Fi was not available from our site. We would probably not camp here again.
This is a pretty little campground that is nicely arranged although there is no privacy. There were a few big trees, and full hookups. The pool is open to the public until 5 pm then campers have it all to themselves. The staff was nice and helpful and led us to our site.
This is a gem of a campground. There's plenty for kids & adults to do, including a water park, playground and lots of biking/walking trails. The dog park was great. This was very family oriented. We had no problem navigating the roadways. We would camp here again.
Price reflects senior discount. Once again, we found a Georgia State Park to be lovely. The atmosphere was quiet with lots of trees and oversized lots with plenty of space to move around. We had no trouble getting a 50 amp pull through site. The bathhouse was clean although a bit outdated. We would camp here again. The cable did not work. With cable, WiFi, and sewer, this would have been a 10!
This was by far one of the best campgrounds we have stayed in. I would have given it a 10 if it had sewer for our motorhome. However, we would definitely stay here again. The spots are nice size and the pull through ones are terrific for big rigs. There's lots of vegetation so the privacy was terrific. The Wi-Fi only works within 75 feet of the office. Appeared to be TV reception with antennae. One of the most beautiful beaches was just a few miles down the road. And...the separate dog beach was clean and our golden loved it! Don't miss this campground when on the west coast of Florida
The location is superb although there is not a nice big beach at the campground. The campground was clean and well maintained except for the pool which looked like they forgot to paint and clean it. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Our biggest complaints is they allow more than one family per campsite. Because the waterfront (ocean) campsites are so large, tenter's tend to camp there and it was not unusual seeing 3-5 tents and several families on one campsite. For those of us who wanted an oceanfront and were in a big rig, this was somewhat bothersome. The other sites off the water were gravel and much smaller. There were several 'permanent' residents and if you want to camp but don't have the 'doings' the campground will rent trailers. The location is right off the main road so there is road noise, I guess to be expected in the Keys. We will probably find somewhere else to camp in the future.
There were lots of tall pines and curved roads. Sites were narrow and long. We could put our slides out but not the awning. The site was level, gravel, no grass. Bathhouse was older but nice and clean. We were led to our site. There is highway noise but we could not see it. This was good for an overnight but the sites seemed piled on top of one another. We would stay here again if just for an overnight.
This KOA campground is a delight and is not the 'normal' parking lot campground with a few small trees all in nice little rows! It is about two miles north of I40 in an area with trees, curved roads, and level campsites. The staff was terrific. The pool was wonderful. The site was large. The connections were where they're supposed to be. Wi-Fi worked great at our site. The only thing that would keep us from returning is the price. We stayed here one night.
Aesthetically, this parks looks very nice when pulling in. We had a nice site, although not one of their oversized sites as advertised. We had full hookups. Internet costs $3 if you wanted it from the site. Otherwise, WIFI was available in the clubhouse for free. Coffee and donuts in the AM. We had a nice big shade tree, a level gravel site, and a picnic table. This could be one of the nicer campgrounds with some updating. The noise from the highway and the water park were there but did not disturb our sleep. We did not use the indoor pool.
This was a very nice campground...as nice as we've stayed in. We would definitely stay here again. The campground was clean, the sites were large enough with some nice size trees, and the WiFi worked. It was convenient off the interstate (yes, some noise) but the park made up for it. Our dog was delighted to have grass to potty in and the site was also level. They have a great 'store' with groceries and nice trinkets to take home. The free breakfast included waffles, cereal, bagels, etc. The pool closed at 7:00 pm. Breakfast is from 8-10.
If you want to be in the park and need hookups, this is the only campground. We had full hookups. The site was adequate size but poorly kept. The weeds were a foot high in places. Now: I realize that this is a campground, but it seems that the site could have been a bit neater. There was an old picnic table and a grill for charcoal. No fire pits. There were some large trees but no play area for kids or pet area. The greatest thing about this campground is the ability to hop on the free shuttle and see the Grand Canyon as well as go to the Imax theatre. We saw an elk walking through the campground. There are no showers within camper village (go to Mather campground) but there were old, but clean restrooms. We would camp here again but only because of the location.
The campground looks like a big gravel parking lot when entering. Upon looking a little closer, there are individual campsites and a few very small trees. Each site has a concrete pad for picnic table and the gravel was level for our motorhome. The amenities are the attraction: indoor pool at next door LaQuinta, good Wi-Fi, Denny's next door (10% discount), and nice, large clean laundromat next door. There is also a fenced pet area. There is a train on the north side and the highway on the south side of the campground. If you're a light sleeper, bring a noisemaker. We would stay here again as it's clean and convenient. Our biggest complaint is that it's expensive.
This is a cute campground, kind of pricey, about 2.5 miles south of the plaza. We camped in a motorhome and had a level concrete pull through with gravel and native plantings around for character and privacy, as well as a picnic table. The Wi-Fi worked great. The bathrooms/showers were older yet clean. The staff was very friendly. On Sundays public transportation ends at 5:00 and there was no taxi service, so we ended up driving our motorhome to the plaza. There is a nice book exchange in the office. We would stay here again when in Taos.
This is a wonderful state park with terrific campsites that are large with concrete pads and asphalt patios. We camped here for four days while visiting Denver, and found it to be quiet and private. There is water, sewer, and 50 amp and plenty of room on the campsite to put a toad and a boat. Firepits, picnic tables, paved roads and trails, playground, swimming beach, boat rentals, horse rentals and a gorgeous lake make up just part of this wonderful park. We watched hot air balloons launch. We would definitely stay here again. In addition to the nightly fee, there is a $7 park fee per day (or you can buy a season pass). This park is in close proximity to the southern suburbs of Denver.
The people at the office were very helpful and friendly and welcomed us with fresh baked cookies. The park itself is very plain with straight rows, narrow sites, and little trees. Our pull through gravel site was level and we had a tiny patch of grass with a picnic table. The roads need more gravel as they turned muddy after a rain. The laundry room has tons of washer/dryers and is clean and functional. The highway noise did not keep me awake. The wifi worked fine. Overall, this campground needs some character but is good for a night off the highway.
The campground was adequate, and easy to get to. The campsite was level but had no trees and was close to the road. There was noise from the interstate which would have bothered us if we had our windows open. The pool was nice. Restrooms and showers were clean. The Wi-Fi was very weak in our site and we struggled to keep a signal. We would stay here again if we just needed it for a night.
Sweet people. Clean campsite. Water, sewer, 50 amp, and internet...that's what we were looking for. This is south of Lander in the middle of nowhere. It's a very small campground with full hookups on narrow pull-through sites that are still large enough for slides. There is road noise. We would stay here again if we needed to be in the area.
Our biggest complaint is that the internet did not work. The people were nice, and the camp site level and decent size for a KOA. The road & train noise was loud. There appears to be some deferred maintenance problems(pool needs repainted, and electric and water at the site was kind of scary) in the campground. We would probably stay elsewhere next time.
This is one of the best KOA campgrounds we have camped in. We camped in a motorhome without a tow, had a narrow but adequate site that was level and had some grass and one tree. We chose this campground because they rent cars, which we rented and toured the area. The location was great, the campground was clean, and the people were very nice. We also enjoyed the daily pancake breakfast ($1.00). We would stay here again.
This small county campground has level sites that are quite private. None of the roads are paved but they are quite level. We camped on a pull-through site with 50 amp & water. The bathhouse was pretty good with great shower pressure. Getting to the campground was our biggest challenge as there is road construction and a bridge out all around. Take 35E and get off at the road 14 exit...there is no sign in front of the campground so be prepared to call for help. There is a lovely playground.
Camping right on the Mississippi River is just the beginning of a nice campground. We camped on a level grassy site with concrete pad and patio backed up to the river. The site was of medium size. Although beautiful, it did not have much privacy. We had 50 amp and water; there was a dump station on site. There is a nice little store, full bar, and friendly people here. We would stay again if in the area. Wi-Fi is available on site through an independent company for a small fee.
This is a beautiful park and we would stay here again. We had a level site under some beautiful shade trees. The site didn't have a lot of privacy but was fairly good size. There are many trails of different degrees of difficulty. This park is a gem to find. Although we couldn't get 50 amp, we were able to run one a/c on 30 amp. There were not individual site water hookups but there was water available several sites down. The beauty of the area overshadowed any downside in facilities. The huge pool looked wonderful as did the many picnic areas in the campground.
This is a lovely small campground with oversize camp sites but few shade trees. We camped in a motorhome over the July 4 weekend and found the campground to be very family friendly. We had a pull-through level site with 50 amp and water. The dump station is within the campground. There is a separate camping area for people with horses and also a nice primitive area. The paved roads were great for biking, as well as the playground. The modern bathhouse was cleaned daily and very nice. The marina & boat rentals was about 10 miles away. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a COE and we received a 50% discount because one of us is 65+. We camped along the river on a back-in site that was level and large. It was peaceful and beautiful with many old trees and shade. We did not have any other form of transportation and there was nothing within walking or biking distance to do. Most campers had boats and enjoyed the lake. We would stay here again but would bring a car.
We love state parks! We had a pull-through level site. It was rather small and had no shade but did have 50 amp and water. The bathhouse was clean. We had a reservation but no assigned campsite and was told to just go find one that was marked "yellow". It wasn't a problem since the campground was not very full but in the future I'd make sure I arrived earlier. Wi-Fi was available from the area around the office. We would stay here again.
We had a pull-through level site with 50 amp, water, and sewer. The campground was clean, well-kept but the sites were quite small with no privacy. We were escorted to our site. We did not use the bathhouse or swim in the small pool but they looked ok. This is a commercial campground and they charge for every little thing...even guests coming to visit. There was a small store and laundry. We would probably look for somewhere else to stay next time through.
We camped here while taking a summer class at University of FL. It was a wonderful, quiet, clean place to stay. The campground is in a forest and has lots of shade - good for summer in Florida. The restrooms and showers were very nice and were cleaned daily. The only thing that would have made it better was if there was wifi. We drove to the Gainesville Public Library downtown where they have free wifi. The dump station was easy to use, and in the campground. We actually paid $7.50 a night because one of us is 65 or older and a FL resident. The park is only 10 miles south of Gainesville and it is a 4-lane road and short drive. We would definitely stay here again. The pizza place in Micanopy was terrific!
We stayed here because of location to our kids in St. Petersburg. We had a pull through site with full hookups and 50 amp service. We were escorted to our site. It was a nice long lot with a concrete picnic area and level sandy space for the RV. The sand did cause the RV to shift a little when the slides were opened. There were many permanent residents in both mobile homes and travel trailers. The park was clean and quiet. The bathhouse was quite a walk and we did not use it. We would stay here again if we needed the location.
This is a very clean park with level sites & some shade trees. The staff was friendly and tried very hard to accommodate all our needs. We were escorted to our site. You can walk to Camping World & Lazy Days or the park has a shuttle. If the shuttle has stopped, the staff will just take you over in the golf cart. We stayed here to see about getting work done on the RV at Lazy Days RV. The outdoor screened pool & hot tub were wonderful. We did not use the bathhouse but it looked very nice. Breakfast and lunch were served free. The park accommodated permanent residents as well as overnighters. We would stay here again.
The ocean is the main draw for this campground. We parked overlooking the ocean where we could see and hear the surf. The campsites are very narrow and it can be windy. There was no one on either side of us, but if the camp is full, it would feel quite crowded. We felt like it was very pricey for the amenities but the owners know they have prime land on the beach. The park was clean and within biking of Flagler Beach.