Nice park off the main highway through Moab. Long pull through sites with full hookups. No road noise. The drive way is dirt and dusty at times., but otherwise a nice park. The rate is Passport America with air conditioning use. Much cheaper than some of the other parks in town. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Great campground with 9 hole golf course. Large sites, paved roads and sites. Lots of grass and trees. The only downside is no water, cable or sewer at the site. They do have a dump. But we would stay here again when traveling through Green River. Rating is lower only because of the utilities. Otherwise it would be higher.
This is available to Elks Members only and is a great stop when traveling in this area. We have stayed here several times. Long back in full hook up sites in the rear of their building. Definitely will stop here again.
The best part about this park is that it is in the NP and it is cheap! The sites are a mix bag. If they moved the logs back some, they would have many more available sites. We tried a couple spots before we were able to find one to fit our 38 foot motorhome. Full sun, but the weather was not hot! We stayed 3 days because it was convenient to the southern part of the park. And Jackson. Would prefer Colter Bay because of the hookups and larger sites, but this worked out just fine. Would stay here again.
This is a National Forest Campground with some 50 amp electric sites, which is not very common. No water or sewer hookups. Gravel roads, No dump station. First come first serve only. Has some nice big sites that are suitable for large rigs, but the roads are kind of tight. The sites are spread out and very private. We stayed here while visiting Yellowstone and it was very convenient to the west side. The price shown is reflective of the Golden Age pass price. What a steal! It is a wonderful place to stay and would definitely stay here again or recommend it. The rating is lower than others because of no water at site or dump on site, but it was still a great place to stay.
We stayed here overnight on our way to Yellowstone. The sites were nice, long, level, gravel pull through sites, with full hookups. Laundry room was clean, but only 2 washers and dryers. Very close to Albertsons. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This campground was fine for a short visit to see the National Park. Gravel roads and sites and a bit dusty. Long pull through sites, however not all were level. They had shaded sites and open sites for satellite. Full hook ups. Would stay here again if in the area. It is a long way from the North Unit of the park, but convenient to the South Unit. Very limited groceries in town.
We stayed here over the Labor Day weekend because we couldn't find any other parks available. While the RV park looked nice enough, the spaces were pretty small. No room to park tow vehicles. The electric service was marginal and we were told no action would be taken to correct the problem. We had to run generators because the service was so poor. The water pressure was also very poor, which resulted in our putting water in our tanks to use our pumps. The restaurant was very good. We had breakfast there each day. I would not stay here again, if there were any other options.
The sites for a big rig are very spacious and private. The roads to get there are dirt, narrow, tree lined and not real well marked. They have cable but no satellite is available. This was our second choice for the area and it worked out fine. Electric and water available at the site, but no sewer. Dump is available. Seemed a little high price, but not many options available. Would stay here again as a second option.
Given the options in the area, this RV Park is fine. Full hook ups, long pull through gravel sites, satellite available. Closest available to the Soo Locks and Tahquamenon Falls with full hookups. Across the street from the casino. Would stay here again if in the area.
RV park is in a field with dirt roads. Signage is not great. And there is a 3 mile dirt road to get there. Be sure to check their website for the best directions to get there. Not particularly convenient to seeing the area, but it worked out okay once we arrived. Nice guy in the office.
This park is nice and is very family oriented with lots of activities for kids. It is a rustic park with gravel roads and sites. The sites are very large and amongst the trees, so no satellite service was available. They do have full hookups with cable. The location is not too far out of town. We got a weekly rate discount, but still felt it was a little pricey. Not many options in the area. Would stay here again if in the area.
We stayed at their campground for 20 nights while they were doing repair work on the motorhome, at no cost. It was a great location to see Elkhart and the surrounding area. And if you are looking for motorhome repair work, they are very helpful and did a great job. The facility is just an asphalt lot, but it has everything you need to be comfortable. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This is a very pretty state park. The sites are very big, level and paved and the roads are paved. There is 50 amp service, which was needed in July. No water or sewer, but there is water located around the park and there is a dump. The trees are pretty thick and we were unable to get satellite service. Even the antenna service was marginal. Very quiet park. Close to the Lake Michigan beach, which is beautiful.
This is a nice RV Park, with full hookups. The streets and sites are gravel and it was very dusty. We were on the main drive way with a nice view of the lake, but you couldn't sit outside for the dust. They need a water truck on the main road that goes through the park. They no longer take Passport America, but they do take Good Sam. And they do take reservations. No cable but we were able to get satellite. Lots of trees. The rating would have been higher was it not for the dust.
Beautiful campground. Nice, large, grassy, private sites. The camp hosts were very nice and had ice and wood for sale. The entry to the campground Is narrow and has a very large curb gutter to cross. We had an electric site in a section of the campground, but not all the sites did. Therefore, there were some campers using generators. Should all be the same. Would have rated this campground higher if it had water and sewer available. Otherwise was a great place to stay and not too far from St Louis sights. Unable to get satellite service because of the trees.
We selected this park based on the prior reviews and it was a good RV park. But I do not agree with the 9 and 10 ratings. It is a rustic park. The roads are gravel, but the sites are nice with large, level concrete pads. It was nice to have a pool, since the weather was very hot and humid when we arrived. The location was not particularly close to downtown Branson, but it was a very quiet location. Definitely worth the Passport America rate.
Very nice park. Paved roads, spacious sites, plenty of grass and trees. Lots of full timers, so we had a difficult time getting in. The only negative is the noise from the Hwy on one side and the entrance road on the other. With the air conditioning running all night it was OK, but if you didn't need air it would have been bad. Our site backed right up to the highway. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This park is okay for an overnight stay. Right on the freeway, but it was hot and we had the A/C going so it was okay. Good access from I-40. Right next to Camping World. We had a problem with the electrical service, but they came right out and fixed it. Rate is the Passport rate. Check in was good.
We have stayed here, because we have friends in the area. It is a very large park with the majority being permanent owners. They do have an area for transient customers which is okay. We don't participate in the activities, but they do have a lot going on in the season. We stayed overnight in the summer, and it was fine for an overnighter. We definitely would sty here again.
Large park with large gravel sites with good space between sites. The sites are not very level, however. They do have picnic tables, but if you are in a large rig, there is no level place for the table. Has lots of amenities (pool, spa, horseshoe pits, etc.) but we did not use them. The price is a little on the high side, but this is the best park we have found in the area. We stayed here a few years ago.
We stayed here for a overnight stop. Long gravel pull through sites were good. Sites are pretty close together and the park was pretty full. They did have a small restaurant that served BBQ each night. We didn't eat there but it sure smelled good when we went in to pay. Some of the cable TV system was not working, but they told us that in advance when we made reservations. Would stay here again if passing through Cheyenne.
Nice park with long, gravel pull through sites and ample space between sites. Good location for visiting the Badlands. Walking distance from Wall Drug. Good WiFi and nice laundry facilities. Would stay here again if in this area.
Great park. Great long, gravel, wide pull through sites a little out of town. The owner is very accommodating. We stayed here over a week. Would definitely stay here again. Did not use the laundry facilities because it was quite expensive. Otherwise great stay! Rate is based on weekly rate.
Very nice park. Long gravel pull through sites with lots of space between sites. Very friendly and helpful owners. Good location to see Devils Tower. Very clean laundry, a little on the expensive side. Wi-Fi was good. Would definitely stay here again.
Great stop. Long gravel pull through sites. The owner was very friendly and accommodating. Wi-Fi was just okay. Very clean laundry and restrooms. Sheridan Trolley comes to the park to take visitors to town. The owner shared home grown vegetables with his guests. Would definitely stay here again.
We love to stay in the national park campgrounds. This one was no exception. Large pull through sites, parallel to the road, and very private. Verizon service was marginal. We were able to get satellite on the north side of the loop. They were doing work on one of the loops and construction started early. Otherwise, great campground. Rate was based on the Golden Age Pass, otherwise $20 per night.
Nice RV Park to see the Cody area. Long level pull through sites. Good laundry facilities. Great Wi-Fi. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Close to grocery store. Would definitely stay here again.
After reading the positive comments we called to make reservations for 2 40-foot motorhomes. They said no problem. Upon arrival we found that the spots were not able to accommodate our motorhomes without sticking into the road. The spots were not very level. This is the first time that we have not agreed with the comments previously made. It is like a parking lot off the main road with no real appeal. Would be okay for an overnight stay. Many permanent trailers.
We stayed at this park on the recommendation of a friend and we were not disappointed. It is well laid out and beautifully manicured. Nice large big rig sites with easy access. The only reason I did not give a 10 rating was the traffic noise along Hwy 58. Not bad at night, but it is a little noisy during the day. The office staff was very nice.
We were looking for a park near Cascade NP and found this on your website. The reviews were all excellent, and the location was good, so we gave it a try. What a beautiful campground. The sites were spread out, there was lots of manicured grass, and plenty of room for our tow vehicle. The camp host was very friendly and helpful. We extended our stay another day and would have stayed longer. It is a beautiful park and a great deal. We would definitely stay there again if we were in the area.