We stayed 2 nights while we explored the nearby coast and went on a boat trip to see puffins. There are a number of seasonal campers here and lots of activities for all ages. The restrooms are older but large and very adequate. The showers are also older, and large, 2 separate unisex single rooms. The sites are beautiful and are among tall pines. Our site was quite large and had a large fireplace. Back-in access was very easy. There are 2 large grassy playing fields, a playground, and a community center. A small store includes sale of wood for fires. We would return here if in the area again.
We stayed 2 nights because of the proximity to Hopewell Rocks and other areas of Fundy National Park. Most of the campsites are in tall pines and are OK, though some are very crowded. We were in a "trailer site" meaning when we backed in the utility connections were on the left side. The site next to us was for a motorhome which would pull in forward. However, both sewer connection were far forward of our trailer, so we did not use it. From in back of our trailer we looked out over water. Restrooms were older and very small. The 3 separate shower rooms were unisex and were OK. Wi-Fi was iffy. There is a small store in the office. Although we had no trouble backing into our campsite, the road to our site was very narrow and there are trees very close on both sides. The campground filled up for the weekend, and there was very little space to park either tow vehicles or towed vehicles. Also, there are posts near the front of the campsites that prevent making a tight turn. When we were leaving on Saturday morning, we had to ask another camper to move his truck because we couldn't get our truck and 22' trailer past it.
We stayed 3 nights. Staff was very friendly and gave us a lot of local information. They escorted us to our site, which was grassy and level, with some trees. The restrooms were close and had been completely renovated very recently; they were beautiful. The laundry room was clean and large. There is a small store with the office. There was no cell phone signal in the park. Wi-Fi was OK, but cost $5 per device for the three days.
We stayed 2 nights at this small park, which is in walking distance to town. There were very few campers there; if it had been full it would have been very crowded. Restrooms and showers were clean. There is no laundry facility. There is a water view to both sides of the campground if it is not foggy. Wi-Fi is free for the first 24 hours, then $5 per device for 3 days. Two of our three tablets were unable to connect to Wi-Fi at all. Wi-Fi was also available free by using the computers at the visitor center on the property, free, but you then have to cope with people going in and out to ask questions about the area.
Beautiful large campground but would feel crowded when full. Easy access to back-in site. Most campsites are in full sun, but there are some close to the river that are shaded. Older restrooms and showers were adequate. There is a swimming pool and a playground. There is a small store, a cafe (we did not eat there), and ice cream available.
This is a small park very close to the town of Lockeport and not far from Shelburne. Most campsites are in full sun on a gravel and grass lot, but there are also a few back in the woods. We were in the campsite closest to the office and did have good Wi-Fi at our site. The restrooms and showers were old but OK. The staff was very friendly. There was a small pool that had not yet opened for the season. There is also a swing set. Most spots are spacious back-ins, and there are a number of seasonal campers. Although the park is right beside the road, it was very quiet. The pond is pretty and there is a path that goes part way around it.
We stayed here 3 nights. The park was fairly full on the weekend, with a lot of seasonal campers, but very quiet on Monday night. Our site was a pull-through, wooded, with easy access. There were lots of mosquitoes. The laundry room was clean, and all machines were working. The restrooms and showers were also clean, but were old and small, with no shelf or bench in the showers. Wi-Fi signal did not reach the camping area, but we could usually access it at the rec center. Each campsite has a fire pit, and many people were using them. The swimming pool is small, and we did not see anyone using it. There is also a playground. Fishing is available at a small lake.
Mostly gravel sites that are level. Water pools on top when it rains.We had a back-in site with easy access, but it would have been more difficult if the park had been full. Most sites that we saw had no shade. Restrooms and showers are old and small,, with no shelf or bench in showers, but all were clean. Few amenities, but very convenient to downtown and to the Digby ferry.
This is a small RV park with minimal but satisfactory services. The restrooms and showers are older and small, but very clean. Wifi worked but was slow. Rain while we were there puddled on tithe ground and it was difficult to avoid walking through the puddles. At least half the sites are on the saltwater bay, though without direct access. Beautiful views. Very convenient to visit Campobello.
Rate reflects annual senior pass. Beautiful campground but can be very windy. Open spaces are staggered to seem farther apart. Lake is currently very low, but there is still fishing and a few small boats were on the water.
This is a beautiful park, though a little crowded when full. Some of the campgrounds have more shade than others. We stayed five nights during the Verde Valley Birding Festival. The campground was very quiet at night.
No frills park very close to the Bosque del Apache, where we were attending the Festival of Cranes. No Internet, but our MiFi worked very well. Manager was very helpful and friendly. Restroom was clean and had a portable heater (much needed, as it snowed while we were there). No picnic tables, but large manufacturing spools for tables; it was too cold to sit outside anyway. Railroad very close with train whistles day and night, though not every night. Nice views of rural area, but rigs very close together so essentially no view to either side. We stayed a week and would return when we want to visit the Bosque again.
Good place to stay if you want to visit Acoma Pueblo, or the national monuments and other sites in the Grants area. Gravel pull-through sites close together. No picnic tables. Clubhouse has restrooms and two showers, TV, and tables where you can use the Wi-Fi connection, which is almost nonexistent from the campsites. Clubhouse closed 10 pm to 8 am. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. There is a $10 deposit for key to water and electric connections.
Very nice setting among large cottonwood trees. Can have shade if you want it; we chose a sunny spot for warmth on cold mornings. Restrooms fine and have electricity, but no showers available. Campground roads narrow and confusing. Most sites are back-in.
Beautiful campground; most sites have lake view. Restrooms and showers very nice, though showers are way down the hill and cost $2 for 15 minutes. Sites very close together, but each has a picnic table. Wi-Fi very weak or nonexistent. No discounts.
Very clean park and an excellent value for the price. As with many parks, Wi-Fi was intermittent at best. Host was friendly and helpful. Location was very convenient for visiting many of the national parks and monuments in southern Utah. We would stay there again.
The park was clean and quiet. Highway noise quieted down after dinner. The park is very convenient to Capitol Reef National Park. Office staff was very friendly. Strange restroom arrangement -- a room with 2 toilets, but no stalls. Two single shower rooms available, but we were only given a key for one. Gravel driveways, concrete pad under picnic table, with grass and trees on site. Nightly rate reflects Good Sam discount.
The park was clean, but noisy due to many people with ATVs revving their engines. Also there was a lot of traffic noise from the highway, and occasional trains nearby. The laundry has 3 washers and 3 dryers. The restrooms are a little strange -- in one building there are 3 rooms each with a toilet, sink and shower -- not very efficient. In another building there are women's and men's rooms, each with 2 toilets and 2 showers. We didn't use the pool, but it is tiny.
The woman in the office was very friendly and helpful. The park was clean and quiet. TV reception with an antenna was very good, and the Internet connection was good. Cable TV is available at most sites, but not ours.
Sugarite Canyon is beautiful, though very hot in summer. Lake Maloya is stocked with trout and bass, and no motorboats are allowed except small electric motors. There is a self-guided walking trail through the remains of the old mining community just above the visitor center- very interesting. Lots of birds to see. The showers are probably more than a mile from the campground, so we didn't bother to go down there. Restrooms are pit toilets.
Beautiful setting, very quiet. More than 21,000 petroglyphs can be seen from an easy hiking trail. There is also a short trail to some pueblo remains. The price is for a site with electric and water, reflecting Federal senior pass discount. Without hookups it would have been only $3.50.
The park is beautiful desert landscape with views of mountains and Great Sand Dunes. There were only five campsites filled when we were there. The $27 per day is a little high for no services. When we were there, the building with the showers and restrooms was locked, and we never saw any staff anywhere. The park brochure states there are showers and restrooms, but all there were was available was a small building with 2 pit toilets. We would go back because it is so beautiful and quiet.