Previous review indicated noise was an issue. Perhaps when we were there, 6 days, with the wind from the NW, some of the noise was mitigated, or maybe we were just tired from discovering all the Black Hills has to offer, but we slept with windows open every night. Sites are mostly level and even though gravel, park wasn't overly dusty. -1 for no pool, -1 for gravel sites and roads and -1 for no shade, trees or other nice scenery. Wi-Fi and cable worked well, and the Passport America price makes this park a good stay. Most RV's were older, few families, which was a plus for us.
Very dusty, dirty park, and amplified by constant coming and going at all hours by long term residents, mostly oil and pipeline workers. Workers start leaving at 5 am and after 5 pm its constant dusty traffic til around 12 pm. Wi-Fi worked OK, no shade, no cable, no pool, no real amenities of any sort. Basically its a dirty parking lot for the oil boom around the area. We would never go back,,
The only good thing about this park is the rate. There is no pool. Has dusty gravel sites, essentially in the industrial area, bordered by dusty gravel streets with lots of local traffic that does not obey the speed limits. WiFi at our site didn't work. No TV reception on a bat wing, no cable TV. No place for kids except some grass near the office. Several dogs nearby that bark. Good for a one night stop, and not much more.
This park has 3 distinct sections. The older section with very narrow sites and trees, the new section is adequate for big rigs, with a bit of grass and no trees, then the mobile home section with long term residents. They also put tents and smaller RV's in every possible nook or cranny; that tends to "cheapen" the appearance of the park. Laundry wasn't overly clean. Campfire smoke can be a problem if you want to open windows. The owners seem to be doing very little to improve their campground, and do just enough to keep RVer's coming and the cash coming in. Some staff members tend to be grumpy.
Fairly nice park with friendly staff. Easy in and out on paved streets. Pads are walnut size rock, and generally level. Pool is undersize considering the size of the park. Most but not all long-term RV's are towards the back. But two sites down from me, in short term sites sits an old trashy MH, with 3 flat tires, supported by jacks rather than the tires. A first class park shouldnt/wouldn't allow that type of eyesore.
This park has 29 sites but only 17 with sewer. Get a reservation during summer months if you want sewer. Park is clean and well cared for. Gravel pads are mostly level. WiFi and cable TV are a big plus and work well. Nice park to stay for a quick visit to Twin Falls and surrounding area. Staff is friendly and helpful.
Easy in easy out spacious pull throughs. Wi-Fi & cable works. Sites are level gravel pads with grass in between sites. Yellowstone and the Tetons are both about a one hour drive. We decided that we'd rather drive a bit farther and stay in a quiet serene park, rather than stay in the hectic parks in Yellowstone. Another bonus is there is a really nice golf course about 25 miles away in Rexburg. Groceries and other necessities are available in Ashton. No pool = minus 1, no showers minus 1/2, no activities minus 1/2, no paved sites minus 1 = a rating of 7.
It is all gravel with no hint of vegetation. It likely would have been very dusty had it not rained. It is fairly easy to get in and out. The Pull-through sites share utilities. The Wifi was extremely weak. Basic Cable only. We feel it is overpriced for the features and amenities the park offers. Rather than stay again, we'd drive on into Salt Lake City.
The park has recently added asphalt streets which will make the park even nicer. Concrete patios and picnic tables are also being added to most sites. The pull-through sites are easy in easy out. Laundry is free, which for us offsets no cable TV. WiFi was great. Can't rate it higher due to not having a pool and pads being gravel. Management is alert and active in enforcing rules. Overall a nice park that we would return to.
This is an adequate park with few amenities. No cable TV and few over air stations. No concrete pad and or patio, and bumpy gravel or grass pads. Weak and slow Wi-Fi at your site, was good in the laundry room. No pool however a good fishing pond . Very cheap golf: 27 holes. Fairways are wide and in good condition. Greens however, are poor, slow and could use attention. Value, considering the $5 green fee would be high. Friendly host and management. More suitable for 55+.
Minus 1 for no cable TV. Minus 1 for the site itself, a mix of gravel, sand and grass. Minus 1 for the general overall appearance. This campground is actually fairly nice. We selected a specific site, so we had shade but no overhanging pine trees, the site was fairly level, and easy in easy out. The campground is quiet as there's not many family weekenders, and the dogs seem to be accustomed to RV life, all of which is indicative of the +55 campers. We had very good free Wi-Fi reception. We would stay here again.
This park will only get better and better as the landscaping matures. Everything about this park is first rate. Wi-fi is great, cable is good, sites are spacious and level. Nice fishing dock and lake that actually has fish in it. Right off I-95, easy in, easy out, and suitable for either an overnight stay, or even longer. Centrally located to visit the coastal islands.
Since there is no pool and no concrete pads, I rate it an 8. Sites are spacious, long and generally level on gravel pads. Wi-Fi and cable are A-. The park is located to visit both Savannah or Hilton Head, and away from the traffic of both. The owner is friendly and cooperative. This is a CG more suited for mature adults, and if you are, its a hidden gem based on the "value" and being centrally located.
I agree in general with the last two reviews. With no cable TV, digital TV reception tends to be intermittent, Wi-Fi is inconsistent, and the spacing of individual sites can be somewhat inconsistent. The pool is not in the center of the park, its up at the front, and it's a long walk to get to the pool from the back of the park. I rate this park higher, because we did have a spacious pull-thru, easy in, easy out, don't use the pool, and the park was very clean, quiet, seemingly being well maintained.
The management of this park attempts to make this park A+, however, with no cable available, we cant rate this park a 10. In addition, we saw LARGE dogs off the leash, and fireworks being launched in the CG. Its a very nice park, but based on actual "value" it really doesn't rate a 10. The large pond/lake provides a nice ambiance but adds little value to the camping experience, the fishing is poor.
Easy off, easy on to I-95. Sites are very level, and no need to even unhook if you are only staying the night. Wi-Fi is good. Wide roads, wide sites, with well spaced large shade trees. Some sites are buddy sites, which aren't nearly as desirable if you don't have a buddy.
Nice wide sites, but interior roads can be somewhat narrow, especially if vehicles in the next row are close to the road. Concrete pads are basically level, roads are gravel and quite dusty. Management doesn't do a very good job of enforcing speed limits which makes the dust even worse. Some "campers" tended to be fairly loud during the day, but after dark, the park was quiet. Wi-Fi was good, cable is somewhat limited due to only basic channels.
This is a nice park. Sites are rock and fairly spacious, but roads are somewhat narrow but paved. Wifi and cable is good. The meeting facilities makes it an excellant site for rallies and other such gatherings. We would stay here again.
The only justification to stay at this park results from the easy access to the bus station which takes you to the Metro for a visit to downtown DC. Considering the premium pricing, everything else about this park is average or even poor. Our site was extremely narrow, ie hardly room for a slide-out, and certainly not the awning. Wifi was very poor to non-existent, cable tv was pitiful, we used our antenna instead.
Overpriced considering park amenities. Roads in are narrow and filled with pot holes. Sites are somewhat level, some sites have new gravel, some sites do not. Owner is only doing the minimum in maintenance and improvements. Good for an overnight stop only, we wouldn't stay here again.
Previous reviews are quite accurate. Park owner works hard to provide an enjoyable experience for any age level. Two small regiments of re-enactors were at the park during our stay, making the park even more enjoyable. If cable wasn't an extra charge, this camp would be rated a 10.
This is a nice, well-maintained park close to several interstates. It is suitable for both overnight and extended stays. Rules are enforced. This park would be rated higher if the sites were a bit wider, and cable was provided. If you are passing thru, but can spare an extra day, a visit to Churchill Downs and the Louisville Bat factory are well worth the effort.
We would rate this campground higher if cable was available. All sites have concrete pads, and some are slightly unlevel and somewhat close together. Park also has numerous permanent RV ports, and lots for sale for new buyers. The park backs to Lake Whitney but does not have direct access to the lake. There is a clean laundry that is outside but covered. There is a nice county park close by with boat ramps. Overall the park is quiet, well kept, and directed toward mature campers rather than family camping. At the back of the park is a nice picnic area, fire rings, and a short walk to an overlook to Lake Whitney.
This park consists of 4 separate sections. The north section has the nicest lots and is the newest section for RV's and the most expensive. Two sections are much older with a mix of RV's and park models or mfg homes. The fourth area is essentially unsold lots for double wides, "golf course subdivision", that are available for rent until they are sold. This area does not have pull-through sites and the concrete pads are adequate, however surrounding grass is poorly maintained. The park advertises a "championship" golf course, however over the years it has deteriorated to a level of a below average municipal course, due to being poorly maintained, under watered, poorly managed, and no significant improvements. Green fees are somewhat cheap, but other courses provide better value. The park also has a popular dog park, but this feature also has attracted more dog owners with bigger and multiple dogs. Barking dog problems during both the day and night are ignored by management. Its not uncommon to see dogs off their leash during the day, and not uncommon to find dog waste on your lot upon daylight. The park has most of the activities and amenities that you would expect in this price range.
Superior views of Lake Fork. Park has a boat launch and fishing pier with cleaning station. Many shady sites, with nice spacing between sites. Some sites have especially nice spacing with great lake views. 3 small cabins are also available for rental. Sites have a mix of gravel, grass and paved pads with gravel interior roads. We plan to return next spring for a two month stay, at significantly lower rates than the daily.
This is an extremely nice park for either a short or long stay. Wifi is slightly weak at the site, and antenna tv reception is limited, however, the overall ambiance, management, fishing, and the beauty of the White river more than balances out the tv and wifi weakness. Trout fishing on the White river is absolutely excellant. Even without a boat, its possible to catch daily limits of 14-18 trout wading or from the bank, and bigger german browns and rainbows are frequently caught. Both my wife and I enjoyed our stay, and would highly recommend this park for any fisherman, or anyone who can appreciate the outdoors and nature.
This is a very nice park. Well maintained by friendly staff. Sites are average in size but large enough for bigger rigs and awnings. Rules are enforced. Easy off/easy on if you are traveling I-55. We would definitely stay at this park again.
Lots of things to like about this cg. Spacious pull thrus, on mostly level sites with easy in and out on asphalt streets. Individual sites are gravel. Back-in lake lots are nearly always full, and would be tight in and out for bigger rigs. Well maintained and clean in every respect. Member run park so they are concerned with even the smallest details. Only the lack of Wi-Fi at my site prevents a 10 rating.
Busy, crowded and minimal maintained cg, with few recent updates. Pads are mostly sand and dirt with some gravel. MH's are advised to unhook prior to going to the site. Limited numbers of full hook-up sites with 50 amp. Cramped tight spacing leaves little privacy and can create difficulty when pulling out, or as in our case backing out of our pull thru, due to neighbors vehicles and a tree blocking our turning radius. Your picnic table will sit nearly on top of your neighbors sewer opening, making a non-sewer site actually more desirable.
Scenic quiet campground that is centrally located in the UP. Friendly helpful owners. Easy in and out and level lots. WiFi is available at the office but very weak or impossible at your site. CG is also well maintained. We would stay here again.
Well maintained park with friendly staff. We enjoyed our stay here due to the staff being willing to enforce park rules. The lack of cable and wifi to our site prevents me from rating this campground higher. The location of the park also provides a central point to drive to the surrounding sights and tourist areas. Park is also friendly to fishermen.
We enjoyed our stay here. Management is friendly and helpful. Nice spacing between sites, and management makes an effort to provide the best views from your back window. Two large ponds stocked with northerns and bass, and one smaller one stocked with walleye. Fish can be caught from the bank, which provides a nice activity in between other activities. Park is a nice mix between seasonal and overnighters.
This is a Dr. Jeykl/Mr. Hyde park. Monday thru Thursday this is a quiet peaceful park with friendly office staff and residents. Friday Mr Hyde arrives. Unfortunately, the management doesn't enforce the rules, so expect to have both children and adults walking thru your site, a constant irritating parade of gas golf carts going by, and campfire smoke from unattended fires blanketing the grounds from 8am to well after 12 midnight. We were sandwiched between 4 families that indulged in loud drinking parties well after midnight, then awakened early as well, to cranky tired children that the parents had difficulty managing. We would never stay here again on Friday, Saturday or Sunday! However, if you like to party and let your children and pets run wild, this is a perfect campground for your family.
Narrow but long pull thrus shaded by towering red pines. Bald eagles can be seen flying overhead and out on the lake. Quite a few seasonal families come on the weekend. Smoke from many campfires was annoying, especially the unattended fires. Some sites are level, some are sloping sites front to back. The streets have been recently repaved, and a new bath house has just been completed. Individual pads are a mix of mostly sand and dirt with some gravel mixed in.
Our site was level, near the lake, on gravel and shaded. The overall campground is just average, nothing really great, nothing really bad. While we were there the cable was very, very poor quality. We wouldn't stay here again.
This park is a great one or two night stop as you travel up or down I-35. As some have said, there are areas that do need repair, however, when we were there, we had no difficulty finding a level site with an easy in and out. We would stay there again.
This campground is very easy access from I-37, and a great stop on the way to the Rio Grande Valley. The office staff was very friendly and helpful when making our reservation, as well as when we arrived. We had a premium site,#L18, which was very level. We had a cement pad for our truck and another cement pad for our 5th wheel, with a picnic table in the middle. The park was very quiet and we had excellent wiFi at our site. We plan to return again when we go to San Antonio.