Lakewood continues to be our family's favorite spot to park for a while. Under new ownership the rates have climbed a bit but a great place to spend a week or two at the beach. We arrived a night early and were graciously accommodated.
Known and widely reviewed as the "campground of many rules" we were pleasantly surprised to be spared even the dreaded bracelets. We had a very large pull thru though it was on grass and in the rain it would definitely get a bad review. Nice pool, large volleyball pit and an all around nice place to see Mystic from.
Our 4th trip to Scussett this time we noticed a terrible odor from the water. Almost like a bad rubber hose was used throughout the park. Scussett is a wonderful state park. Good, wide, spacious spacious sites with a measure of privacy rarely found. They claim a 40 ft. limit but we were easily accommodated in our 43 foot motorhome. Electric can be spotty so on the hot days you might be, well, hot. All in all a great stay with family. Highly recommended.
A last minute call landed us in this wonderful park. Great Woodalls reviews and its easy to see why. VERY helpful, kind staff. We camped in Oak which was at the very top, a bit of a climb but certainly not too much even for a 43 footer with toad. Our site was a back in. A bit tight (nothing a good body shop can't straighten out:-)) We had good access to the southern sky for motosat and our KVH. Large, wide site though not all are. Clean pool, great library and game room and a fair store. We will stay here again.
Scusset Beach is a favorite of my family. While somewhat primitive the sites are very large and private. The bath houses are older but not as bad as they could be . The staff is virtually non-existent but is that bad? Nice beach and great access to Cape Cod Canal. Plenty of walking, biking and boat watching (my favorite). No sewer and only 30 amp electric but the dump station is open daily and the weather not terrible even in August. There is also a Safari area, no reservations, and 100% boondocking. Seems to be used for overflow and special groups. We are returning this year (05) with our Motorhome (43')
We happened on this park while searching for one higher rated by Woodalls. I am positive they got their reviews reversed. This campground is small but beautifully kept. Good water and electric. Nice pool and hot tub. Great store, great people and all right across from Mesa Verde.
My FAVORITE park on a cross country excursion and the last one before returning home. CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN, friendly, beautiful large pull thru's (if you can get them) great electric, great scenery, pool, dock, Amusement Park. I cannot say enough about this park. We called a day ahead and they happened to have a cancellation on a premium pull thru site so we were lucky. I plan on staying again and making reservations for several nights. A good park even without the amusement park.
We were afraid the park would be too small, but our 43 ft Travel Supreme fit readily onto the beach front site without unhooking the toad. We found the camp clean, friendly, and really beautiful particularly on the two waterfront sites. There is a nice long dock and a small but clean beach. Even in a tropical storm Navarre Beach is worth a second trip.
This KOA was quite tight getting a big rig into. We spanned all but 12 inches or so of our site. The park was very expensive for the type of accommodations. Smallish sites. The employees were quite friendly, but getting in and out was a bit of an adventure.