We stayed here for a week to go to the NASCAR race in Loudon. It was a 'rustic' campground. Very few 50 amp sites so we had to settle for a 30 amp site. The electricity was not all that great as the voltage would get too low and trip my surge protector all the time, specially late afternoon when people got home from their daily outings and turned on their A/C units. Sister-in-law came and were told that the site they had did not have cable although they had asked for it, so she piggy-backed on ours. It was a quiet campground for the number of children.
We stayed here actually twice. Once on the trip out to NH and then back. Very nice quiet campground, with the staff very friendly and helpful. On our way home our truck broke down and they accomidated us to the 'nth' degree. We had to stay an extra night. All of the amenities were as described and the sites were big and clean. We will definitely stay here again on our travels to relatives in NH.
The owner was very friendly and helpful on arrival even letting us in early because I had miscalculated our time of arrival. The park is nicely layed out with seasonals around the perimeter and dailies in the center with very level and nice sized sites. The electric and water was very good. The showers and bathhouses were clean and modern with nice showers. The area did not have very many attractions so its a nice park to relax and enjoy the weather. We would definitely return in the future.
The park is now called Sned-Acres Family Campground (formerly Ridgewood). The staff on registering was very friendly. The sites a little uneven but useable, and fairly large. We had a spot with nothing in front of us which was nice. The park is very quiet during the week but gets very busy on the weekends. They have cabins and trailers for rent and a lot of boaters use these for their weekend stays. The restrooms and showers were very clean, although the water pressure was low. The electric was on the low side and we couldn't use our surge protector because it would cut out due to low voltage when the A/C was turned on. The area has a lot of things to see and do. We would definitely return to this campground and area again.
We were heading back home and wanted to stay for and evening to break up the trip. We decided on this campground because it was a Passport America Campground and about halfway home. We did not reserve a spot and new that that could be a problem. We pulled in around 3pm and had a hard time tracking down someone to book in too. Once we found someone she stated she had room. When asked if the Passport America price would apply she stated No! I said thank you and started back toward my truck and trailer. As I got to fender she came out and said she would honor the Passport America. I returned to the Office, filled out the camp form and had pulled out my money. She asked `how many adults` I said two and then told her three dogs. She waited for about ten seconds and then informed me she was going to charge $2 per dog. I turned around and left. There had been no sign nor mention of a charge for dogs. We will NEVER set foot near this campground again.
I was a little disappointed with the park personnel when we were attempting to book in. I realize I did not have a reservation but tried to get into the park for the night due to our reserved park unable to accommodate us. (No one in the office upon check in). The 'young' ladies gave us a number of spots that were available, after advising them we have a 31 foot fifth wheel. We only wanted one night and went to look at the sites. All were way too small for our Unit. We saw numerous empty sites which would have accommodated our unit but they were not marked as available on our map. Now I could understand if it were Friday but this was a Thursday evening. We had stayed here before and found it to be pleasant. I don't know if its just me or the service is going down hill in state parks.
We stayed here as a result of not getting into a campground we had booked but couldn't get into. We were able to get the last spot available. The owner was very pleasant and accommodating. The restrooms are very clean and new. The store in front of the campground has some food and great ice cream. We only stayed here for one night while on a trip to Vermont. We would stay here again.
We chose this park due to it being a Passport America park just for an overnight stay while heading to Vermont. We had reserved a site but when we got to the campground there was no one in the office to direct us to a site. We tried the house and there was no one there either, no envelope indicating where we should go. We had stayed here before and found the lady at the office rude, but decided to try again. We also found that $2 per dog was a little expensive.
We really liked the campground! Although there was road noise from the highway and they don't have Wi-Fi, the sites are large enough so you don't run into your neighbor if you walk out your front door. The campground has a lot to do for the kids (although we don't have any) with a nice beach, floats and water crafts to rent. We were able to walk our dogs all over the park and even able to let them off leash in a field. The park is a Passport America participant thus making the price very attractive. We will definitely return to this campground.
Staff at the desk is very friendly. We were put into a pull through site which was a long and narrow grassy area. We were barely able to put out our slide and awning. When another unit pulled in it felt like it was right on top of us. The weather had been rainy and we had a little trouble with being in a 9 inch rut. Leveling was a little tough. When parking, our tow vehicle created another huge rut, so when we left we had to hook up at an angle and pull out in 4wheel drive just to get out of the site and onto the road. The bathrooms are in desperate need of updating, and the electric and sewer are probably on their last legs. The only thing the place had going for it was that it was close to the attractions in Ottawa. It would be a place for an overnight stay, but that's about it.
Very friendly owners and staff. Mostly a seasonal campground most of which are away from the overnight sites, up on the hill. A lot of activities and although everyone can participate geared toward seasonals. Pull through sites all have sewer but are far from the bathrooms. Back-in sites have no sewer and closer to the bathrooms. The bathrooms are very clean and spacious. Main building houses the office, a small store, games room and seems to be the gathering place for the campground. Generally quiet where we were (pull through) with a little noise from the road. Within 10 minutes of shopping and right across from Claremont New Hampshire (No sales Tax). Nice base for the center and bottom areas of both Vermont and New Hampshire. We will return and stay here again.
We come to this park at least once a year as my parents have a seasonal site here. The park is mostly seasonal. The sites are large and level and the services good. This year they have added Wi-Fi but only at the front office AND it is from a satellite connection and VERY slow. The restrooms do need a little updating but are very clean and spacious. We will definitely return.
The park seems to be an old park. It definitely needs some updating. We checked in and were given a site that they had put down crushed stone and sloped it. We needed appox. 3 and one half inches of board to level our trailer. Once set up the owner came by and told us that the sewer pipe had been crushed (thus the crushed stone) and that we would have to use the dump station if we needed to dump our tanks. So we had paid for sewer but had to use the dump station. There was no dumpster near the entrance for trash so we had to go looking for one which ended up being in the center of the park. Also as we checked in there was a sign $2 per dog which is nowhere in their advertisements. We travel with three. The park itself was run down with boats and rusty golfcarts in the fields and beside the roads with long grass around them. I don't know if its for decoration or laziness not cleaning up. It seems to be more for the seasonal patrons and they seem to be used to the park the way it is. Next time we are in the area we are going to stay in the state park nearby. The only good thing was it was Passport America and half price. I would have been really angry had I paid full price.
The park is an easy off and on to I-75. The sites are very large and can accommodate any unit including a toad or staying attached to a 5er or trailer if you are just staying for the night. Each site has all of the amenities although the cable was very poor (snowy picture). The bathroom and shower were very clean. The whole campground appeared very clean and well run and the popcorn was a neat feature. It was a nice stop for our trip back home from Florida.
This is the third year we have stayed here and will stay again. It is an easy on and off I-75 and fits into our travels plans home from Florida exactly. The park is clean and the owners friendly. Each site is level and has all of the amenities. Cable and WiFi work great and this year they have a pizza deliverly service. Not being a KOA supporter, this park may change my mind. It is one of the few that have impressed me.
We were pleasantly surprised by this park. The sites were of varying sizes and easy to get into. You are not on top of each other between sites. The park staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. We only stayed two nights as we were on our way to Florida. We are planning on coming down to this area again and will definitely consider staying at this park again.
Nice easy on and off the interstate. Once at the park the owner was very pleasant and helpful and took us to our site. The sites were reasonably large, fairly level and fully equipped. The Wi-Fi worked very well from our Unit. We were only a few miles from shopping down the interstate. We only stayed one night as we were on our way to Florida. We would definitely stay here again and as the price reflects it is a passport America Park.
We stayed here overnight on our way down to Florida. It was reasonably priced at $20 with full hook ups. Cable was not needed as the antenna was able to pick up a lot of channels. The road noise from I-75 was a little annoying, but was bearable. The sites were a good size and for the most part level. This campground is actually named Forest Glen Mobile Home & RV Park. It is quick on and off I-75 and makes for a nice stopover for the trip south.
This was our second year at this resort and we have already reserved our site for the 2008 season. We are only able to stay a month due to work schedule but would recommend this place to anyone wanting a quiet well kept campground. The staff is friendly as well as the people whom stay at this resort. They do not discriminate if you only have a small Travel trailer or a large expensive motorhome all are welcome and treated with respect and kindness. The bathrooms are Large and cleaned daily as is the washer-dryer areas. The pools are sparkling clean as is the hot-tub. They have planned activities like wine and cheese tasting and bingo as well as pot luck dinners etc.
We don't usually stay in State Parks but were pleasantly surprised at this one. Even without a reservation they were still able to accommodate us with a full service site. The site was large, level and clean. Some sites had woods behind while others were on the open field side. The restrooms were a little too far away from the full service area but were reasonable clean, as they were part of the Day use area as well. There was a lot of wildlife in the area and it appeared as though they had numerous activities. Each site came with a picnic table and fire ring. Wood was available for a fee.
As mentioned this park just turned into a KOA. We had dropped by earlier in the year and had a look at the park and it appeared to be to our liking. Upon arrival we were right. The park is very clean, the sites a good size and the staff helpful. They were just learning the KOA system I guess. The cable and WiFi working very well even up on the hill where we had our site. It is in a wooded area and each site has a picnic table and fire ring. There is enough room and one trailer is not on top of the next. There are two levels to the park. The only complaint I would have is that there is not a second bath house on the top level. We would definitely stay here again.
We stopped on the way to New Hampshire and upon our arrival there was no one in the office. The sign said take a spot and we will see you later so we did. We had reserved and were later told we should have been in Site 13 but we took 19. It turned out to be ok but it appeared as though the owner was annoyed. The campground was in the open and had no real amenities. It was a stop over spot for us. We though the owners/office people to be a little rude and will not return to stay here again. It did have a nice little Ice Cream store at the roadside.
The park is in a nicely wooded area away from the highway. It is quiet and mostly shaded. There are a number of seasonal units which appear to be well taken care of. There is a lot of wildlife in the area. The washrooms were clean and a good size. The sites were a little tight width wise but long and each had all hookups. This is a passport America participant and we would stay here again if we ever came through the area.
The park is very crowded. Mostly with seasonal owners. The office was very busy and other than taking your money they were not interested in anything else. The washrooms were clean but seemed to be an area where a lot of the teenagers congrigated. The showers seemed to be the same. The sites were small and tight, as stated crowded and felt like being in a sardine can. The park was clean though, and some one was patrolling it on a reglar basis to make such people were adhearing to the rules. For the price and maybe not on the weekend we would stay in the park for a night again.
The park is geared toward full timers and most of the units don't appear to be taken care of. We were given a spot between two full timers, with a fence between each unit. The sites are actually quite large. The office was a little hectic but informative. The washrooms were in the main building and ways away from our site. I had to drive there, once there the showers and washroom was clean and large. Over all the campground did not look very nice once you got inside, but for one night it was OK.
This park is in the middle of town. Its looks run down, but has full hookups. The owner lives in the park. The area we were in was empty and the sites are not very well defined. The area was very delapitated. The washrooms were very old and looked as though they were almost falling down. The light inside was very dim and the shower was tight did not have much pressure. We did not feel comfortable at the park. It is a Passport America participant but we would not stay here again
A nice home base for the Grand Canyon area. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park itself was fairly new and had large red rocks as ground cover. It was a little hard to walk on these rocks. The sites were tight but large enough for big rigs without awnings. Each site had its own hookups except we had no cable. At the front the motorhomes were two to a site. The washrooms were clean and large but you had to walk on the red rocks a fair distance to get to them. The park is a Passport America participant and we would stay at this park again.
This park was one of the best parks we have stayed in on our travels. Although it was very hot on the day we arrived, there was a slight breeze throughout the park which made it bearable. The office staff was very helpful. The sites were large and roomy, with all hookups. The washrooms were very clean and roomy as well. The park itself was nicely landscaped and well taken care of. The roads were paved and wide and all sites had a cement pad. This is a Passport America participant. We would definitely stay at this park again and explore the Tucson area.
The location of the park was great, being right off I-35 and 20 min to the center of San Antonio. The park is an older park with a number of seasonal and larger trailers around the outside of the lower area. The washrooms were clean and of a reasonable size. The sites were large and had full hookups. The roads were dusty and gravel along with the site pads. The grassy areas were dried out making it quite dusty just walking around. The staff was OK but didn't go out of their way to help. This is a Passport America participant.
The park was a Passport America participant. Upon registering were were taken to our campsite and set up. the park is a mixture of seasonal and non-seasonal campers. The site was large enough to put out our slide and awning and had full service. The amenities were plentiful. The pool was a real treat as our daughter and her boyfriend were in a tent and had to cool off by going swimming. The washroom and laundry was clean and a good size. It appeared as though the owners were selling the park. It did need some TLC but we figured this was due to the selling of the park. We really enjoyed the time we spent at this park and recommend it to anyone who is planning on visiting the Texas Gulf Coast in this area.
This park is in the city in a mostly commercial area. The entire park is small but each site has a level cement slab, enough room to put out slides and full services. The washroom and Laundry room was very clean and large. There were no real activities at the park due to the size and I would not recommend it for a family with children. The WiFi was not working during our stay. We would stay at the park again.
Not situated in the best part of town, this park is close to Graceland. Most of the park is paved with full services. The park host was very helpful but did advise not to venture too far from the park after dark. The sites were a reasonable size. The washrooms were very dated but clean. Passport America is accepted here which made it bearable. I would not recommend the park for a family intending on staying for any length of time.
This campground was nestled in a valley with a small lake. It is very well kept with clean fair sized sites. The office staff was very helpful and took us to our site, even helping us back in. The sites are fully serviced. The campground is a Passport America participant. The washrooms and showers were clean and adequately sized. We would stay here again for a night or even a few days to see the area.
This campground is in an area of town that looks very run down. The office staff was all teenagers who didn't appear to know what they were doing. The campground seems to be too big with too many sites to keep it clean and cared for. The washrooms were dirty when I went in the first time but were being cleaned at around 730pm when I was going for a shower. We had to wait for them to finish. The park is full of seasonal sites with a good number of dilapidated, rusty and unkept campers, popups and the such. It is a Passport America Campground. Had it not been for our long time on the road and not much else available in the area we would have turned around and left the park. I would not reccommend the park, and am surprised it has the Yogi Bear name attached to it.
The park is easy access to the highway. A very shaded park with reasonable sized sites. The office staff was helpful and friendly. It appears to cater to seasonal people. The washrooms were not very clean due to a lot of teenagers at the park. The sites had full hookups and were clean.
This park is a high end resort. We arrive late and had to close a site via an envelope. The envelope gave use a price os $46.00 we ended up paying over $58.00. We set up on a nice level concrete pad with full hookups. The washrooms were clean and spacious but we did have to drive to them. There were a number of seasonal sites which wear very well cared for and landscaped. The next morning we had to wait for someone to come to the office in order to pay and then leave. We were planning on leaving at around 630am but the office didn't open til 8am and no one showed up until 830am. I would imagine the area is gorgeous with the mountains and all but due to the cost and tardiness of the office staff I will not be staying at this park again
This campground is situated behind the Casino. The sites are a combination of pull-throughs in the center and back-ins around the outside. Full hookups at each site. There is a small plant or palm tree at nearly each site, but no grass, most of it is cement. The washrooms are spacious and clean. You check in at the Casino Hotel Lobby and then we were greeted at some point later by the park host. The park is priced very reasonably, but as you can guess you end up going to the casino! I would reccommend this park as a place to stay either for a night or as a base to see the area.
The park is broken into two destinct areas, Seasonal and longer stay sites and overnight sites. The first are in a nice grassy shaded area and the overnighters in a dusty sand area. While registering it seemed as though we were imposing on the park. The dog walk area was very small and had never been cleaned up. The washrooms were new and were clean and large. This was also where the modem hookup was. Over all the park was a disappointment and wouold not reccommend staying there.
The park is easy to find right off the highway. The sites are all in the open and all appear to be pull-thru and full hookup. Some sites are for big rigs only. While we were there the pool was not open due to repairs. The office folk were very helpful and pleasant. The store had very limited supplies but town was only about 15-20 min away. The washrooms were very clean and large. Cable was very limited. This is a Passport America Park. It was a great home base for sight-seeing in the area (Mt Rushmore, Badlands etc). We definitely reccommend this park to anyone going to the area.
Upon our arrival we attempted to check in but there was no one at the Office. We went ahead and set up as the park was fairly empty. Most of the sites were pullthru with full hookups. There were trees around the park so some were shaded. The washrooms were clean and spacious. The owners eventually arrived after having been out on their Harley for a ride. The WiFi would only work close to the main building. It appears as though this campground is a stopover for most people as it was quite empty until the evening and then filled up somewhat.
This was the first stop on our trip West. It was a Passport America Campground and a very nice park. The grounds appeared to be well kept. We were given a site with no sewer but it was a level cement pad. The washrooms and showers were clean but dated. The campground has a fairly large clubhouse which was being used on this day for a wedding. There are two bodies of water. One is a small lake for fishing etc and the other is a swimming pond. The park also has a swimming pool. Some seasonal sites as well. We would return to this park even for a few days to check out the area
This campground is spread out over a large area making the sites fairly large. Full hookup sites are very limited and pull thru sites are in an open field. Around the perimeter of this field are a number of sites for popups and then in the rear is a large area for tents. There are no sites with 50amp service. The pool is nice and the play area kept clean, including a mini golf course. They also ave a great icecream stand. The washrooms were in good shape, clean and reasonably sized showers. Our understanding is that the campground was closed in 2005 but re-opened in 2006 under new management.
The campground is in the town of Springfield up a long hill through a residential area. Once there you wouldn't know you are in the town. The amenities as far as at the site were good but other than that they were very limited. Only a small playground for children, no pool and little else. It has a number of seasonal sites and appears to be geared towards that. The washrooms were clean and large.
We went to this campground for our maiden voyage in our new Rig. Upon arrival we had a hard time getting anyone to the office as they were working in the grounds. Once registered we were taken to our site which was large with all amenities and nice views of the stream that runs through the campground. It has a number of seasonal units and a small lake for swimming and boat rentals. We were there early in the season but it appeared they have activities throughout the season. Washrooms and showers were spacious and clean. We will return for a weekend getaway
We went to this campground late in the season and it was very quiet. The swimming area was being drained and the campground was almost empty. Getting to our site was a little troublesome due to a very very small one lane bridge which is falling apart at best. Once set up the site was large and partly shaded. The washrooms were big and very clean. It appears that most of the park is seasonal. It was a nice base for our time in the area which was very interesting due to it being mostly Amish. The nearest large town is approximately 20-25 min away.
We chose this campground due to the fact it was a Passport America campground. It was a one night stop and found it to be unkept. We only saw part of the park due to the weather. The sewer connection was unable to be reached even after attaching a ten foot and fifteen foot hose. There were a number of seasonal unit across from us that looked in reasonable repair. The washrooms were clean but dated and the shower small and felt dirty. The campground is a fair distance from the Thruway along a number of smaller city type streets. Its alright for a night or so but thats about it.
Nice campground with shade and sunny sites. Big rig friendly with a large open field for larger rigs with hookups. Owners will escort you to your site but tend to stay while your trying to setup. Owners are eager to please and help if you need it, but they also would drive around making sure everyone was following the rules which isn't a bad thing, but they would sit on the side of the field looking for any infractions. Restrooms were clean and comfortable. There is a beach for swimming and a dock for boating and fishing.
The campground was a stopover for our trip to New Hampshire. It is a Passport America Campground. It is easy access with any rig and peaceful among the tall pines. The hosts were friendly and helpful. The washrooms were dates but clean and comfortable. There is no cable and trying to set up a satellite dish was difficult due to the forementioned pines. It was a nice campground and would make a good base for things in the area for a short while.
To enter the campground you have to go down a big hill, make a sharp right turn at the bottom and then past the area where you camp to the office. Once checked in you have to go to a tight turn around, passing a number of dilapidated seasonal unit then back to the front area to your site. The sites a fairly large with some pull-thrus. Cable is limited to a few channels. It seems to be clean and good for an overnight. Upon leaving, if you wish to use the Dump Station, you have to go past the office again, dump then go to the tight turn around and back out to the road. Once at the road you have to watch out for traffic coming down the hill and be quick to get your vehicle and rig out so as not to get hit.
We only stayed one night on the way to central Florida. It was easy on and off I-10 and a little noisy due to the interstate. The hosts were very friendly and took us to our site. The site had a concrete slab and patio with a picnic table. The campground was very dog friendly even having an area where the dogs could run off leash. There were some seasonal sites which appeared to have been well looked after and clean. The washrooms were clean and large and found in the recreation/meeting hall.
The park was very clean. Geared towards bigger rigs. The Washrooms were very clean and large with each having a shower, sink and toilet. Attached to the washroom was a laundry room. The sites were big with some shaded. The park is well landscaped and even the rally area was treed and shaded. We liked it so much we booked Feb 2007 for a month. The reason for the 9/10 was that the WiFi did not work at all sites.