This is a well maintained and reasonably priced RV Park. We were somewhat misled when we called ahead and asked what the nightly rate was and did they have cable TV. We were told that they had cable TV, but were not informed that you had to contact the local cable company and arrange a monthly hookup in order to have cable TV. That is nice for those that want to stay a month, however, when we asked for the nightly rate and inquired about cable we should have been informed about the cable arrangements. We would not have gone there had we known all the facts.
This is a good clean well maintained campground to stay in while seeing the local area. The Sun to Thur Passport America 50% discount rate is only good for 3 days, but is really economical for the San Diego locale. Be advised that Fridays and Saturdays are billed at the Good Sam 10% discount rate. The campground is tightly packed and care is needed in getting in and out of assigned spaces. The laundry is adequate for a park of this size, however the $2.50 for washers and $2.00 dryers is a steep price to pay for clean clothes. We would stay here again.
This is bar none the best RV park within the North San Diego area. The park is rather small and the RV sites are packed in real close. The cable TV had a good signal and many channels. The drainage stream that flows by the RV park to the ocean was odorous, but otherwise we had an enjoyable stay. We would stay here again.
This campground is a very pleasant place to get off the hot desert highway and stay a night or two. The staff person was friendly and helpful. The campground is well maintained. There is a security gate that is closed at night and you are provided with the number combo to open it. This is the second time we have stayed here.
This is probably the best RV park in Las Vegas, but it still has a major problem. The sewer connections are a weird shared configuration. 2 RV's share the same sewer hole/connection. If your neighbor doesn't follow the park instructions and inserts their hose into the sewer hole instead of laying it in the groove parallel to your sewer hose, and you just come out and dump, you will be in for a nasty surprise. Both times I've have been in the park recently, the RV next to me failed to follow the clearly labeled sewer hookup instructions. After a bad disaster the first time, I've wised up and check to see if the sewer hole is obstructed with the neighbors hose before dumping. Because of the sewer connection problems and sewer configuration the odor of methane gas is prevalent in the RV park. The cable TV only had a few channels, but FOX News was one of the channels so it passed muster. The laundry is fairly big so there are usually enough washers and dryers to go around. I would have given this campground a 7 or 8 if the sewer connections were better. I would stay here again.
This is a well maintained RV park. Get there early as most of the sites are taken by long term residents. There were only 5 available sites the 2 nights we stayed there. The cable TV had a good signal and there were plenty of channels. The laundry was clean and there were an adequate number of washers and dryers for the size of the RV park. We would stay here again.
This is a good overnight place to stay on the way to somewhere else. The park was well maintained. The man behind the registration counter was friendly. The cable TV worked great. If you stop, be sure to check out the lobby in the Historic El Rancho Hotel(Route 66). We would stay here again.
This a good overnight RV park if you don't want or need cable TV. Their free cable TV is a joke. 9 channels and half of them you can't see what's going on due to snowy reception. If you have a Verizon air card be prepared to pay the RV park for their Wi-Fi because the air card won't work there. The staff were friendly and the well maintained park is a typical desert RV park. Lots of gravel. We left after the first night and moved west 15 miles to the town of Kingman. We would not stay there again due to the poor cable TV and pay Wi-Fi.
Great place to stay in Santa Fe. This is an older RV park, but well maintained. The staff/managers lead you to your site and assist you in backing into your site if you have a back-in pad. We had the assistance of the female manager and she provided some of the best instructions I have received in 14 years of full-timing. The laundry was fairly small (2 washers and 3 dryers) for a campground of this size. The managers were friendly and helpful in providing local references and guidance to restaurants and attractions. The cable TV was clear and had an adequate number of channels. The bus to the downtown plaza picks you up and drops you off right in front of the park. The locals that ride the bus provide an interesting and colorful experience. We would stay here again.
This is a good place to stop for 1 night. The sites are clean and level. No amenities such as restrooms or laundry. The town is on its last legs, but Del's Cafe serves good food. Don't judge the RV Park by the old motel on the RV grounds. The cable TV had a good signal, but if you like the Fox News Channel you're out of luck. We would stay here again.
Wow is all I can say. This is a newer park with all the amenities and it was $17/night for the first 2 nights and the 3rd night was free. It's true, the laundry was free. The park was far enough off of I-40 that there was little or no freeway noise. Most of the other RV parks close by are mostly full (75%) of long term permanent residents. This park had only a few and their sites were clean and well maintained and the rigs were newer. This is a great place to stay overnight or to visit local areas and Palo Duro State Park. I seldom give any RV Park a 10 rating, but this one is a 10 as long as they keep their rates reasonable. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very clean and well maintained military campground. The laundry facility was clean and had 3 washers and 3 dryers which cost $.50 each per load. Parking and maneuvering is quite tight. The only improvement that would make this campground any better would be cable TV. No reservations are taken and Military/Reserves/Guard/DOD Civilians are on a first come first served basis. We got the last site available at about 1530 hrs. There is an overflow area if you get here after all sites are taken.
This is an average resort town RV park. The nightly cost is reasonable for a resort area. The cable TV worked fine, but was lacking in the number of channel choices. The laundry facility was adequate and well maintained. The campground brochure claimed they were the most RV friendly campground 5 years running. Well you could have fooled me. The man that led us to the campsite in his golf cart never once said hello, goodbye or is the site OK. He just drove through the site with me following and drove off. Nobody from the office or other helpers ever waved or acknowledged our presence in the 6 days we stayed here. If you are going to brag you had better be ready to back it up. The only other complaint I had was that on a couple of nights the odor of methane gas was very strong and we could not use our vent fantastic to cool the RV due to the odor being sucked in through the windows. All things considered we would stay here again.
This campground is a reasonably priced place to stay while visiting the St Louis area or for a quick overnight stay. There are no sewer hookups, but there is a dump station. It is advisable to call ahead for reservations as it is a small FamCamp and the Outdoor Recreation, Bldg 3176, (618)-256-2067 is NOT located near the campground. They will take reservations and charges over the phone Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Your receipt and Scott AFB paperwork will be waiting at your site clipped to the site post. Be aware that when approaching the main gate they really mean that oversized vehicles are to approach the gate in the far right-hand lane even though the lane has barricade posts.
This is a great overnight campground. The sites are clean and the overall maintenance of the campground was excellent. The cable TV was good and the picture was clear and sharp. The overnight Good Sam price is reasonable. I would stay here again.
This is an expensive place to stop overnight. There are no known attractions nearby or in the town of Wapakoneta, so I can't quite understand the high cost of using the 30 amp RV space and hookups overnight. The management had a 'take it or leave it' attitude that was not customer oriented. I would not stay here again.
A Great RV Park to stay at while visiting Nashville. The Passport America rate is reasonable and the park has free cable TV and wifi. Both worked good. The laundry facility was large and adequate. We would stay hear again.
This is a good campground for a short stay at the Passport America rate. If you need to stay longer the weekly rate is very reasonable, $115 + tax for 30 amp service. There are quite a few permanent park residents staying at this RV park. This is not what you would call a pretty park, but serves it's purpose as a secure place to stay at a reasonable price. The free cable TV had a good signal and included HBO and Showtime as a bonus. The wifi worked well, but I requested a site with a good signal and was put close to the office. I'm not sure how well it would have worked way out by the fishing lake. The laundry facility was clean and had 3 newer washers and 3 newer dryers. The managers/staff were very friendly. I would stay here again. Please be advised that 50 to 30 amp adapters and autoformers are not allowed.
This is a good campground for a short stay. The overnight rate is reasonble. The free Cable TV is very limited. The free wifi had a good signal(site 48). We had 2 owls that came by every night. The owner/manager is very frendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
Passport America card holders beware. They only dedicate 10% of the 62 sites to PA members and only then if you have a reservation. Of course no mention of this is made or noted in the PA Directory under PA restrictions. We showed up without a reservation and were told they would be glad to accept our Good Sam card and applicable rates. Well we left. DID NOT STAY AT THIS PARK.
This is a good park at the Passport American rate. It is clean and well maintained. The staff are friendly. The continental breakfast was a high carb lovers delight. Not much protein available. The free Wi-Fi worked great the first night, but then mysteriously went out the second day/night and was not revived. The free Cable TV was downright bad. Very limited channels and half of them didn't have a viewable signal. The first night heavy bass music was being played somewhere in the park and was very annoying. All in all we would stay here again.
This campground was a pleasant surprise based on the surrounding area. The Wi-Fi is $4.35/night extra and was fast and worked really well, but then I specified a site that would have a good strong signal. The Cable TV was free. My site was up front by the office. The speed bumps are large and frequent. My only concern was that the 30 amp voltage was borderline low (111 V) while I was using my electric heater. In the summer when air conditioners are being used, a voltage booster (Autoformer) would be required to prevent damage to the a/c compressor. I would stay here again.
This is a don't go there campground. The managers are rude and yelling at campers constantly. We were rudely yelled at and given a written warning for exceeding the 5 mph speed limit while going 7mph. The manager was standing by the office and couldn't possibly know how slow/fast we were going. We would not stay here again.
This is a great little campground for the Passport America price of $12.50 per night. The staff were friendly and helpful. The Cable TV was great and the free wifi a bonus. The trains brought back memories of yesteryear. Its location is convenient for a day trip to Big Bend Natl Park. I would stay here again.
This is a good campground for a short stay to see the surrounding sights. The nightly rate is the Passport America rate and is good for 2 nights. The campground is clean. We saw a wild Peccary/Havalina in the campground. The satellite TV has limited channels (14). The Wi-Fi is free and had a strong signal. I would stay here again.
This is a very nice campground suitable for a night, week, or a month. We stayed here for 1 week, and the nightly rate is reflective of the weekly rate. There isn't more than 1 or 2 weeks worth of interesting things to do or see in the surrounding area. However, if you are a snowbird and enjoy participating in campground activities, you could stay busy here for a month or two. Be advised that this campground is located at approximately 4500 feet, so it gets chilly at night and in the mornings. The landscaping motif is very good and blends into the desert scenery. There is a Wal-mart Supercenter in the neighboring town of Truth or Consequences (4 mi), but that is about the extent of close-by shopping. The only alternative for extensive shopping is driving to Las Cruces (80 mi). The cable TV signal was good as was the Wi-Fi. The laundry facilities were clean and adequate. I would stay here again.
This is a don't go there campground. The previous reviewer was either a owner/manager or isn't based in reality. The campground is about 1 year old and is designed worse than any campground I have visited in 14 years of full-timing. The sewer connections are placed 20 to 30 feet behind the RV and requires at least 40 feet of sewer hose. If that isn't bad enough the electric connections in some sites require in excess of 30 feet of cord. I had to use 25 feet of cable to reach the Cable TV connection. The rules in the campground state the site appearance "must be orderly, free of clutter or unsightly objects". Most of the sites were inhabited with permanent dwellers in trashy trailers that had junk placed all over the site to include permanent full sized dog runs. To make matters even worse my wife and I were out in the evening walking around the RV Park and 5 Miniature Pinschers got loose and attacked us. Thankfully they were too small to do more than nip at us. I'm a dog lover, but had to resort to kicking them in-order to hold them at bay. I've never encountered anything to compare with this dog attack in any other RV Park. I have only rated 5 RV parks 3 or below in 77 RV reviews. This park is at the bottom of the list. The only redeeming feature is the owner/manager provides extra 30/50 amp cord and sewer hose to enable connection to the park facilities. I heard from a permanent resident that he designed the park hook-ups so feels obligated to provide assistance. Now if he would only enforce the park rules on appearance and pets. I would never stay here again.
This is a very nice short stay Public RV Park. The sites have electric and water and a dump station is located as you enter/leave the campground. The views of the city at night are great. No night time security is provided, but it didn't seem to be a problem as there are host campers at the entrance to the campground. This is a 14 day maximum stay park. I would stay here again.
This is without a doubt the best RV Park in town. We spent 2 days exploring the town of Quartsite and concluded that this is the only acceptable RV Park with full hookups, Cable TV and Wi-Fi. There are lots of other RV Parks/hook-ups located in every direction, but all were dusty/dirty and had disreputable look about them. The Cable TV had 17 channels and the signal was good. The Wi-Fi was very slow. The laundry facilities were good, but would be very busy during the winter season as there were only about 6 or 8 washers and dryers for a very large RV Park. There are no acceptable grocery stores anywhere in the town. For food there are numerous fast food kiosks and 1 McDonald's and 1 Burger King. The truck stops, Loves/Pilot, offer food. The so called food stores offered limited groceries and produce. We would stay here again.
This is the best RV nightly value and best location in Las Vegas. The $27/night was achieved by using my Sam's Club 10% discount coupled with selecting a 30 Amp back-in site. The Cable TV was limited to about 17 channels, however the signal was good. The laundry was reasonably priced and had plenty of washers and dryers. The Wi-Fi was pricey so we did not use it. We would stay here again.
This is a very good RV Park. The managers were very helpful and accommodating. There are plenty of shade trees for those that like shady sites. The laundry facilities were adequate, 3 dryers and 3 washers. The free Cable TV had 70+ channels and the signal was clear. The free wifi worked good from 2 different sites. This RV Park is well off the Interstate and is quite. I would definitely stay here again.
This is a very expensive small RV park. It is located at the rear of a motel. There were no restrooms, showers or laundry facilities available. The cable TV was satellite and the reception was very poor. I would not stay here again.
This will be a much needed great RV Park in the Salt lake City, UT area, when they get the electrical power problem fixed (50% of the sites are without power). The wifi is very erratic. The signal/connectivity is lost frequently while one is on the Internet.
This is a good stop over RV Park. The sites are narrow and you need to watch the tree limbs. The Passport America rate was not a full 50% off the going nightly rate, but was reasonable. The Cable TV signal was good. The town of Wells has seen it's best days many years ago. The 3 truck stops, 1 Casino and 2 Nevada Houses of the night are about all that's left. The main street of the town was in ruin. We would stay here again.
This RV Park is only good for a 1 or 2 day stay. The RV Park is dry and the roads are gravel and dusty. There are many permanent residents in older and I do mean older RV's in the back of the Park. The staff/mangers were friendly and helpful. The cable TV signal was good. The Wi-Fi was slow and signal was weak and faded in/out, but was semi usable. We would stay here again.
Good overnight or short stay RV Park. The staff were friendly and helpful. The roads are gravel and dusty, however, this park is quite nice considering the desert location. The cable TV signal was good. The wi-fi was free and the signal good, but extremely slow. The laundry facilities were large and clean. There are a lot of long term resident RV's in the lower gravel sites, but for the most they were well maintained. We would stay here again.
The sites in this campground are very close together. It is very hard to get both the RV and vehicle, into the site. They advertise cable TV, but not all sites have cable and they failed to inform me of this when my site was assigned. After unhitching my RV and hooking up the sewer, electric and water I discovered my site didn't have cable. They did find a back-in site with cable connections that I could move to, however to add insult to injury they charged me $2.00/night extra for the cable. The wifi and cable signal were good. I wouldn't stay here again.
This is a good campground for a short stay. All of the staff were friendly. The nightly camping fee was pricey, considering the lack of area attractions. There is a swimming pool, however, in our 6 day stay I didn't see anyone use it. The streets are gravel and very dusty. The cable TV signal was very good and the wifi signal was strong. The laundry facilities were more than adequate. The 115 V electric park power was very low (below 110 V) and we had to use a autoformer to keep the ac voltage in the safe to use zone on the plug-in voltage moniter. We would stay here again.
This is Bandon's only downtown RV Park. The park is located North of "Old Town Bandon" just off HWY 101. The town is a nice fun little harbor town. The Bandon Fish Market has great Fish & Chips and Clam Chowder. It is a nice friendly, fairly quite, destination park. If you like to fish or just want to relax on Oregon's Coast, this is a inexpensive place to stay. We stayed for a month for $342 including electricity. The staff/management were friendly and helpful. This is a small RV park so the Wi-Fi signal on top of the office works well for all sites. The cable TV had a great signal and had around 70 channels. The on-site laundry facilities were adequate for a park of this size (4 washers/4 dryers). We would stay here again.
This is a well managed overnight or destination RV park. The grounds were clean and well maintained. The owners were friendly and helpful. There were 2 clean laundry facilities. 4 washers and 4 dryers total. The cable TV had over 70 channels and the signal was clean/clear. The Wi-Fi was fast and worked well. I would stay here again.
This is a great destination campground for those that like to fish. It has boat docks and boat rentals. The river sites have great views. The interior sites leave a lot to be desired. The sites are close together in some areas and backing ingress can be difficult. The manager was nice and was helpful. The Cable TV kept losing the satellite and was very annoying and only had CNN and CNN HN cable news channels. Fox Cable News was not available. The Wi-Fi was very intermittent. The signal was good and the server would connect to the Internet, but would not connect to specific WEB sites about 50% of the time. The laundry facility consisted of 1 washer and 1 dryer located behind the office. We went to Lincoln City (6 miles) to do our laundry. The Passport America 50% off rate is good Sun-Thur. Do to the poor Cable TV, Wi-Fi and inadequate laundry facilities we wouldn't stay here again.
This is a typical fishing campground. Good for 1 or 2 days. Spaces are tight for big rigs. The laundry room was marginal (2 washers, 1 dryer). This campground is listed in the Passport America (PA) Directory as being in Tillamook, OR, however, it is actually 6 miles West of Tillamook. The PA rate is $11/night, but is not available in Aug/Sep. The cable TV was very good and the wifi signal was strong. Make sure you take a trip to the Tillamok Cheese Factory if you stay here. FUN.
This is a destination campground. The $9/night rate is only available as a monthly rate. $235/month + electric. This campground is strictly a 55 plus campground 24/7. No children allowed period. Also please note that quiet time is observed 24/7. No loud noise. Speed is enforced at 5 mph. No laundry. If you can live with the strict rules and drive to town to do your laundry, this is a great place to get out of the summer heat (65 degree daily average) and sit back and relax. The beach is a 2 block walk through the owners property (sand dunes). Kite flying is great.
This is a great short term stop over campground. If you are a Passport America (PA) member it is really great. No restrictions on how long you can stay at the PA 50% discount rate. It is located a few miles East of the I-5 Interstate, but well worth the short drive to the park. Make sure you stay on the lower level of the campground. I would only give the upper level area of the park a 5 or 6 rating. That part of the park is not as well maintained and has numerous permanent residents living there. We never did see a slow moving train the previous reviewers mentioned and we stayed here 5 days. The nearby town of Silverton is a fun historic place to visit while staying here. The cable TV only had 20 channels, but was free. The free Wi-Fi worked great. The laundry room had 5 reasonably priced newer washers and dryers. We would stay here again.
This campground should only be used as a resonably priced overnight stop over. It is definitely not a destination park. The cable TV was limited in channels (25) and the free wifi signal was intermittent. It would for no apparent reason disappear. The check-in person was friendly. There were a lot of live-in residents throughout the park. I would probably not stay here again.
This is a average RV Park that has great Passport America rates Mon thru Thurs. The sites are clean and well maintained. The large screen movie was fun and exceptional for a RV park. The cable TV had adequate channels (70+). The Wi-Fi signal was good. The staff were friendly and helpful. In all it would have been a great stay and the park would have rated an 8. However, occasionally we could smell sewer/methane gas. We looked about and discovered numerous sewer vents sticking up about 10 feet high throughout the park. It became apparent that this was the source of the sewer smell that over powered us occasionally. Despite this problem we would stay here again.
This is a great campground in the Oregon mountains close to Crater Lake Natl Park for short or long stays. The management/staff were friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi was slow with a good signal, but then we were right next to the antenna (site W-31). The laundry was adequate, but not great. Bring a satellite dish if you plan on staying very long as there are no local channels or cable TV. If you have a big rig this is about the only real choice you have for camping in the area. We checked out the Forest Service campgrounds shortly after arrival and were glad we came here. The FS campgrounds are great for smaller Class C's, campers, and tents. The roads are narrow, windy and have many low tree branches hanging over the road. We would stay here again.
This campground should only be considered if you are going specifically to the Casino. Most of the sites were uneven and required some type of leveling. It was over priced for what was available. We noticed on our way out of town the next morning on hwy 20 West, that there were other unlisted campgrounds available. We also observed a town park and truck stop on the west side of town that was being used as a free overnight dry camp by other RV's. We probably wouldn't stay here again.
Nice campground. Clean and well managed. This campground would be considered a destination RV resort if it was located in a summer vacation area. There is not much to do or see in the immediate vicinity. There are a lot of resident RV's in this campground, but for the most part they are newer and in good shape. Free cable and Wi-Fi for short term guests. I would definitely stay here again.
This is a very good National Park Service Campground. The campground is somewhat tight for RV's larger than 30 foot in length. However, if you like beautiful scenery and the great blue skies of the mountain west, this is the place. The main attraction of the National Monument is a setting carved and landscaped by repeated volcanic eruptions beginning 15,000 years ago. It's hard to describe the natural beauty the molten lava, green scrub pines, wild flowers and sagebrush have created. It's a must see and the campground provides a nice place to stay overnight and begin the drive tour/hikes around the unusual volcanic landscape. Make sure you go out at night to see the breathtaking clear look at our universe. The stars are unbelievable as seen through the clear mountain air. Bring your own fresh water and empty holding tanks as there are no hookups and no dump station. I would stay here again.
This place was very pricey, but then all the RV Parks in Jackson Hole, WY, are way over priced. The whole town is nothing more than a very high priced tourist trap. Everything in town was over priced, but then it's a fun town to see and experience. This campground provides a good place to explore the Grand Teton and Yellowstone Natl Parks. The cable TV worked fine and had a good selection of channels. The check-in staff was helpful if somewhat in a hurry to check me in, without, I might add, a reservation. I arrived before normal check-in time (1:00 PM), and the lady did find me a site I could immediately occupy for 1 night. I just never could figure out what the hurry was. I would stay here again if I saved my spare change and didn't mind spending a fortune to sleep in my own bed. Way over priced for a place to park with full hookups.
This is a good overnight or short stay destination campground to see the surrounding area. The manager/owner was friendly and helpful. The cable TV signal was poor and the channel selection was somewhat limited. Fox News was listed on the campground brochure, but was not available. I don't consider only being able to watch CNN as "Fair and Balanced". The WiFi signal was good. When I made my reservation the KOA automated web site indicated that only the pull throughs were available. However, upon arrival I discovered the back-ins located on the river were in fact available. I'm not sure why the site availability was not properly addressed in the reservation system or if the back-ins were more or less costly. I would stay here again.
We stayed here for a month, and the nightly rate is derived at by dividing the monthly rate plus tax by 31 days. This is a good destination park for pre and post summer season stays, During the prime summer season this RV park would be very hard to find a place to turn your vehicle around in. Every bit of space, big or little is dedicated to RV's, tents, teepees, and cabins. Very close proximity to each camper. The staff was friendly and helpful. Actually too helpful as they spend 10 minutes or more with each new comer giving them generic information about all the places around town and Yellowstone Park and everywhere else weather they want to know it or not. Backs/holds up the check-in line forever. Makes it hard to go in after check-in and get any specific to your stay information. The cable TV and wifi worked good. The laundry was adequately sized for the number of sites. 10 new front loader washers and dryers. However, they were pricey. 1 large load to wash was $1.75 and cost $2.50 to dry. I would stay here again during the off season, but would not stay for more than 2 or 3 nights during the summer season. It would be too crowded.
This is a very good public RV park. Great for an overnight or short stay. Early in the spring season there wasn't any host or staff to facilitate registration or site selection. Upon arrival we discovered that all of the good cable TV sites (1-11) were already taken even though we had called and talked to a person at the town office. She made no mention of the limited number of cable TV sites. We stayed overnight and secured a Cable TV site the next day. The free Wi-Fi worked at both sites we occupied during our stay. The laundry facility was somewhat inadequate for a park of this size (2 washers/2 dryers). We would stay here again.
This is an average overnight campground. By no means could this be considered a resort, best in the State, or a destination RV Park. The sites are long and level. The management was friendly and helpful. The cable TV was good as was the wifi. The laundry facility was clean and adequate for this size campground (4 washers and 4 dryers). There was considerable road noise from the Interstate and local traffic. The overnight rate was a Good Sam 10% discount rate including tax.
Good overnight campground or suitable for short stay to see the area. The free cable TV worked great as did the free wifi. The laundry facility was adequate for a RV park of this size (4 washers and 7 dryers). The staff and management were friendly and helpful. Note: The nightly rate was the Good Sam 10% discount rate plus an additional 5% off rate, including tax, because it was still too early for the prime summer season rate. We would stay here again.
You get exactly what you pay for at this campground. There are no restrooms or other amenities. The streets are narrow and the ingress/egress is hampered by the very narrow sites. In rainy weather be prepared to get muddy. This campground is strictly an overnight accommodation to allow you to spend the night and gamble in the Casino. You pay $20 and get $10 back to gamble with each night. What more can I say or needs to be said. If you like Maid-Rite sandwiches, they are available in the small cafe in Terrible's gas station. I would stay here again if passing this way.
This is a good family type campground for get together or reunions. Very few amenities available. Can be used for inexpensive overnight stop over. The sites were somewhat uneven and hard to back a large rig into. Bring your own water as there is only one water connection by the restrooms per campground loop. There is one shower facility to accommodate the 3 camping loops. Wildlife can be seen in the park. We saw a deer and a wild turkey in our camping loop. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice overnight RV park. We couldn't see many amenities that would warrant a prolonged stay. The owners/managers were very accommodating and helpful. The grounds were in the process of being groomed for the upcoming camping season, however, they looked to be in a well maintained state. We would stay here again.
Good overnight campground. Not quite up to the high Good Sam ratings. Cable only comes with full-hookup sites. Water/electric sites are $4/night less. Wi-Fi was free, but not great. Signal dropped out frequently. There were lots of year around residents at the park. I Would stay here again.
This a good clean base campground to take in the local sights and town. A bargain at the Passport American rate of $15/night. The office staff lady was OK, but not overly friendly. I requested a site close to the free WiFi so I didn't have any trouble receiving the signal. The free cable TV was good with about 70 channels. The laundry facility was not adequate for an RV Park of this size. 2 washers and 2 dryers. The local town is considered the "Antebellum Capital of Georgia" The old homes were great to see. There are 2 colleges in the town. Georgia Military College and Georgia College and State University. Fun town. As an added attraction there is an old Georgia State Hospital (mental hospital). It is very Hannibal Lector looking. A must see. Next to it is a correctional facility. I would stay here again.
This is a great overnight park. However, you may want to call ahead to check if sites are available. We stopped by at noon on a Sunday and found only 2 sites available for a 3 night stay. The staff was friendly and helped get us situated. This campground is used by many snowbirds and it is a crossroad I-16 stop over for RV'ers traveling east and west as well as north and south. The free wifi worked great. The free cable had some interference problems, but was acceptable. This campground as well as most could be much better served if they increased the size of the laundry room (2 washers/ 3dryers). I had to wait 3 hrs to get a washer for 1 single load. Generally speaking, when an RV park has small laundry facilities, I use local laundramats. This is missed revenue for the RV Park. I would stay here again.
Closest RV Park to Savannah. Great place for a short stay to visit Hilton Head, Savannah and Tybee Island. Slightly pricey for a no frills RV Park. The large pull-through short stay sites are located in the best area of the campground. Road noise was minimal at night. The free Cable and wifi worked great, but I recommend the sites closest to the REV office as I could only see one wifi antenna in the park. It is located next to site 331. Bring plenty of supplies as all major shopping is a least 9 or more miles away. The laundry and trash dumpster are located in the monthly/yearly stay area. The manager is friendly and helpful, however, you may need to call him to register as the office is not operated during any set hours. Make sure you pay close attention to the directions to this RV Park as it is fairly hard to find. It does not show up on GPS systems and the address did not work on my Garmin. When directed to proceed on Hwy 170-A, make sure you are on 170-A (alternate) and not on Hwy 170. I would stay here again.
This is a good overnight campground to visit the St Augustine area. The staff person that checked me in was friendly and nice. The campground has a laundry and clubhouse, but no family oriented amenities. However, it was priced accordingly. Wifi was available at $5/night extra. I would stay here again, if in the area.
Very nice public campground. The staff was friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our stay at the park. Very quiet and peaceful except for nightly fireworks at nearby Universal Studios. Site #14 was level and fairly long; however, it was a water/electric site only. Our 31 foot 5th wheel and tow truck fit nicely. The park is convenient to Universal Studios and about 12 miles from Disney World. Downtown Orlando is about 7 miles. 14 day maximum stay. We would stay here again.
Very pricey. Run of the mill average campground with high prices. The nightly fee is high and they add $2/night for Cable TV and $5/night for wifi. However, if you want a close campground to the Disney World attractions this fits the bill. The staff were friendly and the grounds were clean and well maintained. The security at night could have been better as the rear entrance was not gated nor checked at night. The neighborhood and residents were of the type associated with tourist traps.
Great little campground. If you like slightly cooler Winter weather than found in Southern Florida, then this is a great destination park. The tengoInternet wifi is fair and will cost extra: $3/day, $15/week, $30/month. Cable TV has been great. If you stay and pay by the month, electricity is extra at $.09/kilowatt. There is a swimming pool, but I have never seen anyone use it in the month we have been here. A Wal-Mart Supercenter is 2 miles away. The closest Mall is located 12 miles away in Mary Esther. The staff are very friendly and have free donuts and coffee every Wed in the Winter. We would stay here again.
The RV Park is still advertised in the RV Campground Directories so I drove by the Park to check out its status after Katrina. There was a No Vacancy sign posted at the entrance. The Park is completely full of FEMA trailers with families living in them full-time. The office was closed.
This is a great campground to explore the surrounding area. The beach front sites are wide, and the hookups can be accessed from either side. This makes it handy for motorhomes to pull-in facing forward for great Gulf of Mexico views, while 5th wheels and TTs can back-in for rear window views. The beach front sites are $3/night extra, which is still a bargain considering the "on the beach location". The pull through sites were close and tightly packed. From what I could observe, only 30 amp hookups are available. However, free cable and wifi are included in the price and they worked great. Shopping is the major drawback to this RV Park. Day-to-day staples can be purchased at the local IGA and Dollar General in the near-by town of Carrabelle. Fast Food and general merchandise shopping will require extra fuel to locate. The Wukulla Springs State Park is a must attraction. 1950's Tarzan movies and the "Creature from the Black Lagoon" were filmed there as well as other movies. Daily boat cruises for $6.00/person are available for viewing Manatees, alligators and abundant birds. The staff were friendly and the grounds were clean and maintained. I would stay here again.-
This is nice campground located in the middle of nowhere. The town of Williston is a run down little town that has seen better days. In it's present stage of construction, I would only recommend this park as a short layover destination. When completed with swimming pool and other refinements, this will be a great destination park. However, all activities will be primarily inside the park grounds. The nearest shopping centers (Wal-Mart Supercenter, Target) and Mall are located in the town of Ocala approximately 25 miles away. The grounds are clean and well maintained. The staff was friendly and helpful. Cable TV was included in the full hookup cost; however, wifi was $4/night, $17/week and $35/month extra. I would stay here again for a week or less.
This is a good destination campground for golfers. There is a 9 hole golf course on the resort grounds. If you don't golf there isn't too much to do. Campground is located 10 miles from the nearest city. The Resort is well maintained and the staff are friendly. Lots of organized activities for those that like them. The free cable TV is limited to about 19 channels. Thank goodness FOX News was one of them. The free wifi signal is close to the Golf View section of the park and worked great. The 70 sites in the Golf View section do not require reservations and are on a first come first served basis. Other sections of the resort are reservable for a week or longer term stay. If there were more things to do close to the park, it would rate a 9. We would stay here again for a overnight or short stay.
This is a really great +55 destination type resort. We stayed here for 9 nights prior to Christmas, but didn't observe any nightly campers coming or going. Most RV sites are reserved well in advance for the winter season. The resort is extremely well maintained and has RV's and Park models dispersed throughout. The cable and WiFi signal was good where we were located (site N3) by the recreation bldg. The laundry facility was large and well maintained. The staff and resident RV'ers were very friendly and helpful. Lots of organized activities. I would definitely stay here again.
This campground is advertised as a Passport America campground. The only restriction listed was that PA was not good for the months of Jan, Feb and Mar. Upon arrival, Dec 17, 2007, I was told the PA rate was only good for 1 night. If that is the case it should be listed in the PA Directory listing as a restriction. I did not stay here.
Good reasonably priced campground. Very good location to see the sights of Miami, Key Biscayne, Key Largo and surrounding areas. The major drawback is that the windows and doors of most of the houses around the campground are covered with bars. This left me with a wary feeling for my security. However, in all fairness I felt secure inside the campground and would stay there again.
This is a great campground. It is very clean and well maintained. The staff/manager were very friendly and helpful. The small lake had about 5 or 6 small alligators in it which were fun to see. The only drawbacks to this campground are the surrounding cities and lack of a WiFi system. The small farming cities of Belle Glade and South Bay are run down and the people were for the most part unfriendly. If this campground had a freeWiFi I would give it a 10 rating.
This campground is a good place to stay to see the Space Shuttle Launch. The staff were friendly and helpful. The WiFi was located at the office/rec room and was not accessible from most RV sites. The park is located in a very densely tree covered area and was fairly hard to maneuver a larger RV in. I would probably not stay here again do to the gloomy trees.
Very nice park. Great for overnight or a short stay. Well maintained gravel roads. The office staff were very friendly. The free cable TV had a good signal as did the free WiFi. We were in site #48. The 30 Amp AC service was a little low under moderate load (112 V), but was adequate. The Passport America rate is good for 3 nights with no extra charge for electric heaters. I would stay here again.
Very good 1 or 2 night stop over, especially at the Passport America rate. Plains City and Jimmy Carter National Historic Site as well as Andersonville (Civil War Prisoner) National Historic Site within day trip reach. The free Cable TV and wifi worked great. No extra charge for electric heaters. Laundry room was adequate. Would stay here again.
Great overnight park. The grounds were clean and maintained. Office personnel were friendly and helpful. Cable TV and WiFi were free and worked great. No extra charge for electric heaters. I would stay here again.
This campground is diffenately not an overnight stop. It is well off the Interstate system and somewhat difficult to find. The person I registered with was not very friendly and had a condescending attitude. I inquired about a monthly rate and was told that if I paid for 1 month and left before the month was over, I would then be liable and charged the higher daily rate. This doesn't make sense to me as they would only be paid the monthly rate if I stayed. .I chose to put my RV in storage for a month and stay at my son's home. The RV Park was out the entire month's site rental. I would not stay here again and we visit the area frequently as our son's both live in the area.
This campground is a good overnight stop. It is close to I-40 with easy off and on access. The staff were friendly and accommodating. The lake was empty, but that was probably due to a drought in the State. The Cable TV was $3/night extra and worked good. The wifi was free and we received the signal from inside our RV. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice RV Park. This campground works as a great overnighter with easy off and easy on Interstate access. It also is a good short stay destination park. We stayed for a week and took advantage of their low weekly rate. This campground is only 45 miles from Charleston, SC and provides a good base to see the Charleston visitor sights. The free cable TV worked good and the free wifi had a good signal that I could pickup in my 5th whell. Best of all, there is a Wal-Mart Supercenter 4 miles down I-95 at the next exit North.
This campground is way too big. It is not just the number of camping sites, but also the large number of rental housing units, old park models, old trailer houses and newer 2 and 3 story rental and for sale houses. The staff were all friendly and helpful. Lots of security personnel driving around. The status symbol in the campground is the size and type of golf cart you buzz around in. While walking they were a menace and while driving my truck I was concerned I would accidently run over one. Most of the other campers acted totally surprised if you waved and said hi to them. Not sure if they were miserable or just aloof. I wouldn't stay here again.
Good overnighter. The first site we were assigned didn't show a ground on the RV Park 30 AMP connection when I checked it with a polarity/continuity checker. I checked the site next to it and it didn't have any power. However, the third site was a charm. They did not charge extra to run the air conditioner. I would stay here again.
This campground is a reasonably priced, easy off, easy on, Interstate stop over. I would not recommend this as a destination RV Park. Cable TV is an extra $4/night, but the TV service is was excellent as was the free WiFi. The voltage was low (105-V) in the morning when all the overnighters were using power. I had to turn my refrigerator and water heater on gas. Security in an unknown quantity as this campground is not in the best of neighborhoods. However, there are lots of bright lights. I would stay here again.
This campground is a great no frills overnight stopping place. There are no restrooms, but the park is clean and has reasonable rates. $22/night with an additional $2/night discount for Good Sam members. Passport America members can stay for one night at a rate of $11/night and then must pay full rate for additional nights. Cable TV is available on the first row of sites and is $2/night extra. I would stay here again.
This is a great campground for families. I would not recommend it for overnight stop overs as it is located about 5 twisty, frequent road change miles off of I-80. The staff were a mix of friendly and not overly friendly types. The $4/night extra cable TV worked good as did the free wifi. There was not an extra charge for running the air conditioner and the voltage stayed at around 116 V's during high air conditioner use in 90 degree + weather. The $31/night rate was obtained by combining a Passport America and Good Sam discount over a multiple day stay. I would stay here again.
This campground is a very nice little no amenities RV park. Great for overnighting or staying 2 or 3 days. The restrooms are port-a-johns. The main intent of the campground is to give visitors to the Bob Evens working farm and original restaurant, a place to stay while roaming the Ohio River historic districts and a visit to the restaurant/gift shop, craft barn and free museum. There is also an old historic re-assembled cabin city across the street from the campground. It consists of original to the area (moved) cabins and blacksmith barn. Dump available across the street. No showers are available. We would stay here again.
This RV Park is advertized as the best rated campground in Virginia. If this is true, I don't want to stay in the rest of the Virginia campgrounds. The roads are dusty. The staff employee that waited on me was not able to talk on the phone and check me in at the same time. WIFI is advertized, but you have to take your laptop to the office to use it. The cable TV service is a joke. 21 channels. I wouldn't stay here again.
This is a very nice campground. The registration staff were very friendly and helpful. This RV park is well maintained and clean. The roads were graveled and level. The playground was very big and well attended. The swimming pool was fairly big for a campground. The free WiFi worked very well. My only complaint was it was slightly noisy on Saturday night, but what can you expect as there was a car show and sock hop taking place. If they had cable TV it would be exceptional.
This can only be considered an overnight campground if you like to search the area diligently and drive down narrow little lanes well off the Interstate. After we arrived and paid the Good Sam rate for full hookups and located our site, I discovered this was supposedly a Passport America campground also. I immediately returned to the office, but the person there told me I couldn't get a refund for the difference. Whatever happened to good customer relations. If a customer is treated right and satisfied with the service, they will return. If a campground is affiliated with Passport America, they should honor the rate. The roads were graveled, but very dusty. The WiFi is free, however, it only works if you are very close to the office. We wouldn't stay here again, even though it is on our well traveled route.
This campground is located in Licking, PA according to the Trailer Life. After staying in the campground for 3 horrible days, I can see why Jonestown wouldn't want to claim it. Not only was the Trailer Life suspect in the location, but their rating of the campground was way to high. Upon arrival the young inexperienced staff could not locate my reservation made weeks in advance for the Hershey, PA, RV Show weekend. After finally locating my reservation, the young girl led me to a site that was under water and situated totally impossible for a 5th wheel trailer to occupy. She finely located a site I could use that was across from run down, shabby, old seasonal and live in RVs that had various old appliances, refrigerators and cluttered furniture scattered about the sites. The restrooms may have been clean; however, because of the moldy discolored floors and walls I really couldn't tell. The laundry room wasn't any better, but I could tell it hadn't been cleaned in a long time. There were 2 washers and 1 dryer for 80+ sites. The playground had old rusty gymnastic looking equipment that defied description. I wouldn't stay here again.
This campground is definitely a local vacation park. Most of the sites are dedicated for seasonal RVs and park models and most of those are of older vintage. However, there are a few pull through sites available for overnighters. The staff were not overly friendly and no campground maps and info were available. I spent considerable time trying to locate the laundry facilities and finely came across them approximately 1/2 mile from my overnight site. Our overnight neighbors also had difficulty locating the dumpster and left their garbage on their site when they departed. Yesterdays neighbor's garbage stayed there all day until new campers arrived late in the day. Their garbage is still sitting on their site late this afternoon after they departed early this morning. The 30 amp service was good and didn't drop in voltage while running the air conditioner. Water pressure was acceptable. The cable TV was good as was the free WiFi. The roads are very dusty.
This is a good low cost campground for visitors to Massachusetts to stay to see the local area and sights. The only problem is that all 481 sites are reservable. On local festival or vacation weekends, out of state visitors are at a disavantage if showing up with out reservations. We lucked out and got a tent site to situate our 31 ft 5th Wheel on. With a little judicious maneuvering, we managed to park the RV and truck on the site. The 30 amp service worked great and didn't drop any voltage while the air conditioner was running. The water connections were very crappy looking and the water was salty. We used the water in our on-board fresh water tank during our stay. We had to leave 1 day earlier than planned, due to not having reservations. Very crowded park even on the weekend after Labor Day. We would stay here again.
Good overnight campground. Clean and well maintained. The camp site was not quite level and we had to place a 2x8 board under the right wheels to level the RV. The overnight rate was somewhat pricey as the only amenities available were cable TV and WiFi; however, the rate for full hookups included unlimited use of air conditioners and electric heaters. We would stay here again.
This is a very clean and well maintained campground. The interior roads are graded gravel and level. The graveled RV sites are long, wide and level. While children are allowed, I did not observe any during our stay. This is probably due to no family oriented activities offered in the campground or located in the immediate surrounding area. The staff are friendly and helpful; however, I did notice, while registering, that the female manager was slightly stern towards RV customers and authoritarian in her directions to other staff members. The facilities are well maintained, but, the 2 very small add on, after thought, open air laundry facilities are totally inadequate for a RV park of this size. That may be why I observed so many unsightly undies and other laundry hanging from RV awnings and ladders through out the park. The $22/night rate was obtained by combining the Passport America week day rate with the Good Sam 10% discount rate over the Labor Day weekend. This was the best nightly rate we have been fortunate enough to obtain during our summer in Maine.
This campground has really great scenic views of Johnson Bay. Every site has overlook views of the Bay and sunsets are fabulous. The campground is close to the West Quoddy Head lighthouse and Mullholland Point lighthouse. A short drive across the International Bridge onto Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada will take you to the only International Park in existence where FDR's summer cottage is located. Also, the East Quoddy lighthouse is located on the tip of the Island. If you like to whale watch, this is the place. We saw 2 Finback whales in the first 10 minutes we were there observing. The RV Park is well maintained and clean. The specacular views more than compensate for the lack of sewers. The campground does have a dump station and there is a "honey bucket" service available 3 days/week for a $10/pump out of your RV. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground is very reasonable for the Bar Harbor and Arcadia National Park area. The big rig pull through sites are located at the far end of the RV park. They are very long and can accommodate very large RVs. The restrooms and other campground facilities could use a coat of paint and the laundry facilities could use a complete renovation. Overall the campground is clean; however, the seasonal site areas have some older and trashy RVs as well as some extremely decorated sites. Due to the lower over night rates and cleanliness of the campground I would stay here again.
This campground is a reasonably priced campground located within 30 miles of Bar Harbor. It is well maintained; however, there is a newly leveled and graveled open area for big rig overnighters that still needs work and equipment cleanup. The new area has full 30/50 amp hookups and is great for short stays in an otherwise high cost area. The older shady area of the campground has quite a few seasonal and smaller RV units catering to family oriented camping. The swimming pool is clean and well maintained. The laundry facility only has 2 washers and dryers and the campground could use another laundry room dedicated to the lower separated big rig area. Overall it is a great little campground well within traveling distance of Bar Harbor. We would stay here again.
The RV park is quite and overall well maintained. However, when we arrived we were told our site was serviced and ready. We were somewhat dismayed to find cigarette butts littering the ground and cigarette butts and wrappers inside the fire ring. These had to be picked up off the ground and out of the fire ring by us after we occupied the site. The campground is divided into 2 distinct areas. The top area by the lake is an open grassy area featuring 50 amp full hookups. It has both pull throughs and back ins with graded gravel roads and is used primarily for big rigs. The lower sites are down the hill towards the ocean tidal coves and features both full hookups and water/electric sites for smaller Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels and Motorhomes. The lower sites are used more for water oriented camping activities such as kayaking, canoeing and salt water fishing. A wifi system is available although not advertized, but can only be accessed close to the check in office. The $30/night rate was obtained by paying a monthly fee of $930 divided by 31 days. The normal fee for 30 amp service is $38/night. The park staff were friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
The Capitol Reef Campground is an oasis in the middle of an unbelievable beautiful desert red rock formation. No hookups, but a must to experience first hand on any trip to the Utah Red Rock country. Water and a dump station are available. There are three loops with small, medium and large campsites available in all. Loop C has the most large rig sites; however, it is best to arrive as early as possible in the day as all sites go fast. Tenters can camp at all sites and about 10 sites are dedicated for tenters only. No showers are available, but clean modern restrooms are provided in all 3 loops. The campground and visitors center is located in an old Mormon homestead town that is called Fruita. The fruit orchards still surround the campground and visitors can pick the fruit. All you can eat on the spot is free and a nominal fee is charged for the fruit you haul out with you. There are numerous trails to hike in the Capitol Reef National Park red rock formations that are anywhere from easy to very strenuous. At night the Park Rangers put on a nature interpitation talk at an outdoor theater which are very interesting and informative and include geology of the rock formations and ancient Anisazi Indian lore. We have visited this campground many times and will return many more. Holders of Golden Age Passes can camp at 1/2 the $10 fee.
This is a very nice campground. It is located approximately 7 miles from downtown Lake George. Therefore, it is still close to all the attractions with the benefit of being away from the summer resort traffic congestion. The best feature of this campground is the no pets restriction. It is a relief to enjoy the quite forest atmosphere, without the noise created by numerous yapping dogs. The interior roads are all paved. The RV sites are roomy; however, they are dirt and not always level. The available overnight sites are mixed in with the seasonal RV and Park Model residents. This campground is less expensive than its nearby competitors, but has good family amenities (nice swimming pool, game room, tots playground). The gated entrance was a plus. The guady decorated seasonal RV's were a distraction. I wouldn't hesitate to return.
Very well run campground. Shady and open sites available. Definitely a family campground. Lots of kids and pets. Great outlet shopping nearby. Air conditioners and electric heaters not allowed, unless arrangements are made with the manager. This information was not provided up front before we paid. It was after we located our camp site, un-hooked our rig, attached our hookups that we read all the campground rules. The air conditioner rule came as quite a surprise as we have never come across a rule prohibiting air conditioners before. We got along ok without the a/c, but it was warm enough a couple of days during our stay that we would have used it. The no air conditioner restriction brought our overall rating down 1 point. Thank goodness it wasn't July or August.
Great RV Park. Very quite. We loved the fact that it is an adult only park. The manager is very friendly and accommodating. We stayed 1 month to lower the nightly rate to $33.50. The monthly rate was a little pricey, $1006 including tax. However, it saved us $13.50/day over the nightly rate of $46. We would stay here again. The campground was shadey, but at the same time was light and airy. The wifi was an additional $1.00/day and had a strong signal throughout the park. The clincher was the security gate that closed at 8 PM. It opened automatically from the campground side and had a combination number to open it if you arrived back to camp after 8 PM.