It is all about location and this campground has that. We were lucky enough to get a lake front site. And it was great. The harbor area is beautiful. The downtown area is a short walk with restaurants and shopping. We stayed a week and the rate reflects that price. During the week, nice and quiet, over the weekend lots of kids and quite crowded. Verizon and Sprint worked well. Lots of room to walk the pups. Variety of sites, from tents to big rigs. Some sites are a little close together and small. This will be one of favorite places to come.
We stayed in the "new" section on the top row. Nice level sites, the size and spacing of the sites are fine. Any size rig can fit, I do agree with previous post that the curbs could make it a little challenging. Traffic from the road can be heard. But the view from these sites are what you are paying for. Across the street is the original section. There are water front sites there, but some of the sites are small and close together. It is a more natural area with trees. The pups loved the room to walk. No WiFi, but Verizon and Sprint both worked well. Short drive to lighthouse and historic downtown. We would definitely stay here again
We stayed at this very nice COE park for 4 nights. We came during the week. The weekends are very crowded this time of the year. We were given a spot in the Nash Flats area, an area all paved that is usually used for groups. This spot was perfect for us, a quiet area, the front of our RV faced the Lake, with a beautiful view, and always had a nice breeze. No sewer hookup. The park itself, is very well taken care of. Some of the loops are a little more crowded than others. It just depends what you like. Verizon/Sprint worked well. Be careful going into any grassy or wooded area with your pups. The ticks are very bad this time of year. The only thing is that golf carts are allowed in the park and they can be a little noisy. This is a great park to visit the LBL area. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice park for an overnight stop. Good interior gravel roads, level sites. You have a choice of shade or open view for your satellite. Nice room to walk the dogs. Park is very clean, bathhouse is older but very clean. Verizon Hot Spot/Sprint phone worked well. We were met as we pulled in and escorted to a site. We were told to come up to the office after we set up. How nice is that. We would stay here again.
Price reflects Passport rate. We stopped here for a night, this is before all the snowbirds come back, so we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The office was closed for the weekend. There were envelopes supplied to deposit your payment. If you ever need a place for the winter with lots of activities, this looks like the place to be. It has a nice dog park, They have Wi-Fi, but you have to pay for it. A Walmart, that we walked to. We would stay here again, off season.
This was just an overnight stop for us. Don't usually stay at KOA's but this was an easy on/off. There are 2 parts of the park. The front has trees and a little rustic looking. The overnighters are lead to the back area, just flat side by side sites. Don't know if I would call this a "lake front". There is a retention pond at the front, so I don't know. It was ok for a night. We did get free cookies.
Nice place for an overnight stop. We ended up staying two nights. Asked for a site for our roof top satellite and we got it. Good room to walk our dogs. Sprint/Verizon Hot spot worked well. A little pricey, but a nice place.
Arrived on a rainy and cold day. Did not have a chance to explore the park because of the weather. We were given a site that faced the lake, and it looked so nice, wished we could have walked around it. Lots of room to walk the pups. Easy on and off Interstate, level sites, good electric, not much in vegetables left, but we given a tomato and green pepper from the garden. Sprint and Verizon worked well, site had a clear view of the sky for our roof top satellite. Very nice place, we would stay here again.
Stopped here just for overnight heading south. We called a couple of days before we arrived, and the host let us know the water supply was being shut down for the season, so we made sure our tank had enough for the night. We appreciated them letting us know. Nice wide entry, the propane filling station was convenient, so we filled up before we park. It was cold and rainy so we really didn't see much of the park to review it. This was easy on and off the Interstate, level site, it looks like it could feel a little crowded during the season. We did see a fenced dog area with agility type of equipment in it, our pup would have enjoyed it. Sprint and Verizon worked well, clear view of sky for roof top satellite. Don't usually stop at KOAs, because of price, but this one worked for us. We would stay here again.
This is a good place to stop for an overnight stay. It is a busy exit, EZ on and off, next to a motel and behind a busy restaurant across from a truck stop. The sites were level, and the place was clean. We would stay here again.
This was an overnight stop for us. It is part of a very nice county park and our type of campground. Paved roads; level, gravel sites; sites are well spaced with grass and trees. Plenty of room to walk the dog, our Verizon/Sprint phone/hot spot worked well. Not a whole lot to do in the area, but would be a nice place to stay for a few days to rest. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for 4 nights. This is a very popular campground with the locals. There is kayaking, tubing, and a stage for concerts. We can imagine it can be very busy here, but it was quiet while we were here. This is a campground, so the roads and sites are dirt. You can walk along the creek which is nice. Plenty of room to walk the dog. Our Sprint/Verizon phones and Hot-spot worked well. Clear sky for our roof top satellite. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for a month, so the nightly rate is based on that. This is a very good park to see the Hendersonville and Asheville area. It is an over 55 park, so it is quiet, nice clubhouse with few activities. There are 2 sections of the park. There is a nice level pull-through site area that can handle any big rig. This side cost a little more than the side we were in. Our side was VERY hilly with mostly park models. Some of the sites are hard to get into. While we were there, we had the water from the neighboring creek backed up and caused a knee high flood. It drained within a couple of hours but did raise a little concern. But don't get me wrong, this is a great park, just be choosey of the site you get. Plenty of room to walk the dogs, nice people, our Verizon and Sprint phones/hot-spot worked well. Good restaurants and shopping close by. We would stay here again.
This park has many features that would appeal to families and kids. There are many activities that can keep them busy. But for us, we found it a little crowded and it looks like there are many full time residents. We felt the price was a tad high. But, all in all, this is a very nice park, Verizon Hot Spot worked well, level paved pull-thru site, the walk around the lake is very nice, and plenty of room to walk the dog. The freeway noise could be a little much if you are parked near it. Easy over night stay. We have stayed here before, and would stay here again.
This is the kind of overnight park we like. We were here during the week so it was quiet. If you come when the Flea Market is opened, it can be very busy. Nice wide grassy and level pull thru sites. Park very clean, even in the back area where there are full time residents. Verizon Hot Spot worked well. Lots of nice room to walk the dog. The laundry room was clean, the rest rooms, a little dated but OK. Clear view for our satellite. It is 3 miles off of I-20, but not a bad drive. We would stay here again.
We travel in a 36 ft. RV. So this rating is based on that. If you have kids and have a trailer, smaller RV or tent then the rating would be much higher. This is a very wooded campground with great boulders mixed throughout the well spaced sites. Lots of activities for the kids and a great pool area, next to a fun rec hall, volleyball, etc. I would highly suggest this campground for a family. The restrooms are a little dated, but clean and the staff is very helpful and friendly. We had 30 amp which was stronger than some 50 amp we have seen. There is no sewer hookups but a honey cart comes around 3 times a week, at no extra charge. If you have a larger rig, just let the office know before you come to see if they could accommodate you. The price reflects a weekly Passport rate. Lots of room to walk the dogs, Sprint phone spotty/Hot Spot worked well.
We picked this campground instead of the other high priced campgrounds on Grand Island. Because the park doesn't have any activities,it is very quiet, which is fine with us and our dogs. We started with just booking 2 nights at the Passport rate. After a couple of days, we found so much to do in the area we asked if we could get the weekly rate rolled into what we had paid. The owners said no problem. We ended up staying 2 weeks. Room to walk the dogs. Our Sprint/Hot Spot worked well. Had our pick of sites, found one for our roof top satellite to get a clear view. The bathrooms could use a little updating, but they are usable. If you just want a quiet place at a good price to visit the area, this is it. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for just a one night stop on the road. Park is close to shutting down for the season, only a couple other campers in the park when we were there. We can see there are many activities for kids, nice playground, pool, putt putt, large fire pit. Our price was off season but still more than we like to pay, and the rates are quite steep on season. But you are paying for the activities for the kids. Room to walk the dogs. Clear sky for satellite view. Don't think we would stay here if it was crowded, it would be too busy for us. But if you have kids, it is a good place if you don't mind paying premium price.
Very nice place to stay and visit the area. There are no sewer hook-ups and the sites can get a little tight in spots, but the view of the river makes it well worth it. The dogs loved their walks along the water and the park next door. The parks WiFi is just OK, hard to get on during busy time. Our Sprint phone/Hot Spot worked OK. Paved streets with level sites. The place gets booked up, so be sure to make reservations early. We would stay here again, we stayed in a 36' Motor-home.
Overall a very nice park. The roads are paved, the sites are level gravel and are laid out very well, with quite a bit of grass and young trees between sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit with plenty of room to sit out. The pool and spa area looked great, bathrooms were very nice. Laundry had only had two washers and dryers, but they were only $1.50 and nice. Plenty of room to walk the dogs. Our Sprint phone/hot spot worked fine. The parks Wi-Fi worked good for us, it helped that there were not many people here. A few of the long term sites could use a little cleaning up. All in all, a good place to stay. We stayed here in a 36' rig, we would stay here again.
We stayed at this campground for its convenience to Green Bay. It is a very neat and clean campground. The roads are dirt and gravel and the sites are level. The pull thru sites are a little close together, but we have been in worst. We asked for and were given a site that our roof top satellite could get a signal. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring with grass separating the sites. The restrooms and laundry are a little dated but they are clean. The Wi-Fi was weak. You had to be at the office to get a signal. We used our Sprint phone/hot spot and it worked well. Plenty of room to walk the dogs. The campground fit our needs so we would stay here again.
This is a good place to stay when visiting Door County. It is only 26 miles to North Point to catch the Ferry to Washington Island and about the same to Sturgeon Bay. Across to the West side is about 8 miles. Baileys Harbor is a quiet part of the County. The East side has more restaurants and shops, and it is just a short drive. The campground itself is clean and neat, room and grass to walk the dogs, may have to take a couple laps of the park though, clear view of the sky for satellite, good utilities, very level sites with gravel pads and roads. The only knock is that the sites are a little too close together, some of the bigger rigs had problems turning the corners, but it is manageable. You do have a grassy area to sit with a picnic table and a fire ring between sites. All in all a nice place to stay, We would stay here again.
This is an adequate, clean and quiet County Park. It is an electric only park, there is a dump and drinking water at the entrance. We were charge an extra $10 to make reservation on the phone, and an extra $10 a night for 2 small dogs. We felt $35 a night for electric only was a little high. But it was convenient to downtown, sites were large and mostly level. There was a little daily traffic riding through. Our Sprint phone/Wi-Fi worked well. So this was difficult to rate, many good points, a couple not so good. But we would stay here again if in the area.
This park has everything we need. Good size gravel sites with room to sit out. The site we had was not perfectly level, but our levelers took care of that. Room to walk the dogs, good wi-fi. The park is very clean and quiet, the lower level is a little nicer than the upper where we were. There are a lot of "rules" but they only make the park nicer. Clear view for our satellite. We were here for just one night, it is perfect for that, and for longer if you need to be in the area. The laundry had very nice machines for only $1.00. They did accept Good Sam discount for us. We stayed here in a Motorhome. We would stay again.
Very well kept park, good to visit local attractions in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Roads and sites are all paved and level. Lots of room to walk the dogs with nice grass which is kept mowed and edged. The Wi-Fi is fine during the day, but gets slower in the evening as it is being used more. Our Sprint phone/Hot spot worked well. A shuttle is available to the Casino and the very nice restaurants, which were good, the prices were reasonable too. It is close enough to walk to if you wished. I understand there is a gym and pool that you can use for $5 a day, we didn't look at it though. The only negative thing is that most of the sites are shared, so your driver side is very close to your neighbor. But there is nice grassy space out your door with picnic table and fire ring and plenty of room to sit out. Other than that, the park is perfect for our needs. We will stay here again.
This is a very sterile park. If you want to visit the casino, this is the place for you. Sites are large cement pads, good hookups, good Wi-Fi. There are trees planted, but it will be awhile before there will be any shade. Room to walk the dogs, our Sprint/Hot Spot worked well. Other than the casino, not much to do in the area. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects Passport price, 30amp, no sewer which is a great price. We had a nice pull-through, shady, grassy site. The 30 amp worked well on this hot day. We stayed overnight to visit Pipestone National Park right across street. Nice pool and playground for kids. The Wi-Fi worked well, our Sprint Phone/Hot Spot got good reception. Plenty of room to walk the dogs. The park was neat and clean where we were. We would stay here again.
This is an above average kind of park that you find right off the interstate. If you are here during the time of year that your windows would be open, you would hear the traffic, but it was no problem for us. The rate is for the Passport rate, including $4 extra for 50amp. Good gravel roads and pull through, level sites. There is grass between sites with picnic tables and room to sit out. The Wi-Fi worked well during the day, slower at night of course. The free cable had a very good station choice. Our Sprint phone/Hot spot worked well. The area to walk our dogs was a little limited by the "do not walk here" signs. If you have a roof top satellite, be sure to ask for a site with a clear sky, the trees are getting big enough to offer shade. Very good location for shopping and visiting the area attractions. We would stay here again.
Good location for the park, far enough away from the interstate, so it is quiet, close enough to the Wall Drug Store to walk to. We also made the short drive to the Minuteman Missile site and Badlands while here. Good gravel roads and level sites with enough room between them for a grassy area with picnic table and room to sit out. The park was not very crowded while we were here, utilities worked well, the Wi-Fi worked very well while we were here, Sprint phone/Hot Spot worked OK. Room to walk the dogs around the perimeter of the park and they do have a nice size dog park. We would stay here again.
I agree with previous posts, the only reason you would be staying here, would be for a rally/convention, this is just a very basic place. There are 5 different camping areas, either sandy/grassy fields or a rough clay service. The 50 amp service we have is working well in the 95 degree heat we are in. Our Sprint Phone/Hot Spot is working OK. They tell you that you can get 2 hours free on their Wi-Fi, after that you have to pay for it. Can't verify that. Very good convention facilities.
We stayed here for a few days to visit Devils Tower and other area attractions. The price reflects a 10% Passport America discount; they don't do the full 50% this time of the year. Typical Wyoming Park, level dirt pads, there was not much area to walk the dogs. The Wi-Fi is a little week. There are 50 amp sites on the top level which gives you a little larger site. Our Sprint Phone/Hot Spot worked OK. Very nice host couple, they are doing a nice job cleaning up the park. Nice laundry facilities.We would stay here again.
We loved this park, everything we need. Large city park with green grass, plenty of shade, a beautiful clear creek running through it, a bike/walking trail, the Historic Booth Fish Hatchery within walking distance, a nice town, with good shopping and restaurants. Our dogs loved it, so many places to walk. We were able to find a site that our satellite found a signal and had a little shade at the same time. Paved interior roads, all sites gravel and level. The weekends during the summer are very busy, and some of the sites can be close together, we stayed during the week and it really clears out, we didn't feel crowded at all. Some sites our bigger than others, so just be careful of the one you pick out. Close enough to drive into Deadwood and Lead. We really enjoyed it here. We will stay here again.
The park is now merged with the Mountain View Campground, making it a good size park. The hosts are very helpful. The site we were in was gravel and we were close to our neighbors: no room to sit outside. There were some nice tent sites. Not much room to walk the dogs, and the Wi-Fi was spotty. Our Sprint phone/Hot Spot worked OK. This park is a little too "family" friendly for us. Lots of kids running around. But it is vacation time. We would stay elsewhere next time we are in the area.
This is a very nice park, just a few things that were just not right. Confusion with our mail delivery, we were told yes, we could receive our mail forwarding service send our mail here, but not told it couldn't be sent by the Postal Service, so our mail was returned. The sewer system backed up so there was a little raw sewage on the lot next to us. Their Wi-Fi server did block several internet sites, including the Geocaching website. Staying in base camp, the roads are a little too narrow for the bigger rigs to work around. But even with all that, this is a nice place to stay. The sites have room between them to sit out, nicely landscaped with trees and bushes, great areas to walk the dogs, our Sprint phone/Hotspot worked OK. Our rate reflects the Good Sam Rate, which the office almost "forgot" to give us. But we would stay here again, one of the nicest in the area.
I agree with everything the last few postings have said. This place is perfect for our needs. Easy to get in and out, nice gravel level sites, good hook-ups, plenty of room to walk the dogs. Very convenient to all the area attractions and to the little town of Custer. Our Sprint phone and Hot-Spot worked OK in the campground. The only reason I am not giving it a 10 is that the Wi-Fi was a little spotty. We were only a few sites from the office and could not get service. All in all a great place to stay, we will stay here again.
If you have children, they will love the play area and putt putt course. Plenty of room for them to get exercise. The park was not busy, so plenty of sites to pick from. We were given a nice site with a view of pine trees out of our front window. Even saw deer one night. We asked for a site with satellite view and it was perfect for that. The sites could feel a little close together if the campground was busy. Many of the gravel sites were unlevel so be careful with that. If Wi-Fi is important to you, be sure to get a site close to the office, they advertise free Wi-Fi, but once you are two rows from the office, the signal is very weak, we had no reception at all. Good space to walk the dogs, good location to visit Hot Springs, Wind Cave and the Mammoth Museum and other attractions in the area.
This is a good overnight spot to see the local attractions. We had one of the 2 shady sites available, which faced the 9th hole of the pretty little golf course. There is also a good size creek along the backside that you can walk along. The common area is nice and green. If you had to park further down, you would be very close to your neighbor. Good place to walk the dogs, sites level, our Sprint phone/Hot Spot worked. They do have 50 amp now. No sewer. The National Guard training facility is just down the street, so that is what keeps this little town going. We would stay here again.
We have been here a week and have no complaints. The price reflects the "buy 6 nights get 1 free" policy. We had first paid for 3 nights, when we decided to stay for a week, the owners rolled the week together so no problem getting the 7th free. That is the kind of place this is. The park is very quiet and neat. Even the long timers keep their sites clean. All sites are pull throughs with plenty of room for big rigs. My only wish that the sites were a little wider, but there is plenty of room for our slides and room to sit between rigs. The Wi-Fi works well, a little slower at night. Our Sprint phone/Hot Spot worked well. Good areas to walk the dogs, and they have 2 small dog run areas. Convenient to the interstates and very close to the downtown area and all the attractions there are to see. We would stay here again.
This park has everything we look for. Good paved roads and sites. The sites are huge with plenty of room between them. Everything is nice and neat. Nice trees and landscaping with green grass. The view of Scotts Bluff is beautiful. Great area to walk the dogs. The Wi-Fi does get a little slow at night but easy to work around. Our Sprint phone and hot spot worked well. The town has some nice local museums to visit, and the Bakery downtown is not to miss. We stayed a week, we paid 5 nights, got 2 free, so that is how we got $17 a night. We will come back again when we are in the area.
This park works well for us. It is right next to the original Cabela's store. Right off of I-80 but far enough from it so there was very little traffic noise. Good gravel roads and level sites. Nice green grass to walk the dogs. Good Wi-Fi, and our Sprint phones and Hot-spot worked well. We would stay here again.
We were looking for a spot just for a night and found this Passport Park. We never saw any staff so it's an honor system with an envelope. Right next to a busy Truck ramp on I-80. Kept the air on and windows closed so we wouldn't hear the noise. This is still a farm area with a lot of equipment, hay, and smelly cow pens. They advertise Wi-Fi but we could not get connected to it. Just used our Sprint Hot-Spot. Not really a good area to walk our dogs. Don't think we would stay here again.
This is a typical KOA park you find off the Interstate. A little traffic noise, level gravel roads and sites. Half of the sites have shade trees, we chose the other half that was open so we could get satellite. Our Sprint phone worked well, our hot spot was slow. The park's Wi-Fi kept cutting out, the owner said he was trying to get a different part for it. The pool and hot tub were not open, I guess it is a little early for that. Grassy area to walk the dogs. I just felt $36, with the KOA card, is a little steep for this park in this location. Good overnight stop though.
We stayed here three nights and enjoyed the campground and the area. The campground is very neat and clean, good interior gravel roads, many pull through sites, nice and level gravel. Plenty of grassy areas to walk the dogs. Our satellite worked well as did our Sprint phones and our Hot-spot. The parks Wi-Fi was very fast. The hosts were so nice and helpful. They were very visible in the park. They would come by with suggestions on what to see in Nebraska City and to check if everything was OK. We would stay here again.
Very nice campground, easy access off of I-70; can hear the traffic a little, but not too bad. Great location to all of Kansas City's attractions. The campground is clean and neat, good gravel roads and level sites. The Wi-Fi is good, our Sprint phone and Hot Spot worked well. Satellite had a good signal. There is cable TV hook-up now. Very nice to walk the dogs, and there is a new dogpark with good grass and pick-up bags provided. The office staff very nice. We stayed for a week. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. The wi-fi is good. Our Sprint phone/hot spot worked fairly well, a little dicey in some areas. Nice place to walk the dogs. We had a pull through site that was level. Most of the sites have good space between them. The staff are all very nice, made us feel welcomed. The park reflects that they care as it is neat and well cared for. The $5.00 trolley is still there as is the nightly fire that you can use to BBQ your dinner. We would stay here anytime we are close to the area.
If you are camping in a tent, pop-up, truck camper or small trailer, this is a good choice for you. It is a nice shaded campground with lake access. Even then, the bathrooms only have 2 stalls, no showers and have bugs and cobwebs. Many sites have no water, and many sites are small and not level. We travel in a 36' motorhome and had a difficult time just driving around the park, to find a level site that we could back into. So we gave this a 5 rating for a Motorhome, for "campers", it could be an 8.
We like this campground. We agree with everything the previous poster said. The park is a gravel parking lot, but the riverfront location more than makes up for it. Nice grassy area next to the river where benches are set up for you to use to enjoy the views. You can walk over the new pedestrian bridge from the campground to the Clinton Library. The downtown area has many attractions to visit and the riverfront area has been developed with 17 miles of biking/walking trails, with many restaurants. The staff is very friendly, dogs are welcomed with pick up bags provided, with plenty of grassy area to walk. Sprint Hot spot worked well and no problem with satellite reception. We stayed here 4 nights, 3 nights for the Passport rate of $10, the 4th night $19. The sites along the river a little more. We will definitely stay here again.
We chose this park over the other rated parks due to the 9* rating given by Trailer Life. The front office, pool, dog walk area looked nice. But the sites are too close together for my taste. Barely 5 feet between RVs. Too close to put awning out. Also, too many long term residents for me. Most look like they work in the area. I don't know if a 40' rig could get in here easily. We checked out the other campgrounds in the area, and we would stay at them before this one again. I would not stay here again.
Heading into the area we heard rain was scheduled to be heavy for 2 days. We looked for a place with paved roads and paved sites to stay for 2 nights until the rain passed. This was the perfect place for that, it even had a storm shelter on site. We have stayed at Fair Ground type of facilities before and do not have a problem with them. You know what you get. All hookups worked well, Sprint hot spot and clear satellite view. Plenty of room to walk the dogs. We would stay here again.
This is another of Florida's wonderful state parks. Good paved roads and the campsites are level gravel with plenty of privacy from your neighbors. Restaurants and shopping in the area. Sprint Hot Spot worked well, clear Satellite view. No sewer hook-up but, there is a good dump as you enter and leave the park. Dogs are not allowed on the beach, but the sides of the roads worked just fine.
We have stayed here 5 years ago and enjoyed it then and enjoyed it now. It is good for overnight or to get off the road for a few days and relax. The campground overlooks a nice Bay, with waterfront sites available. They also have a pier to fish off of. There is a grassy area that separates the sites from the water, it is nicely mowed with room for the kids to play, there are fire rings and picnic tables at each campsite. The campsites are sandy but packed solid. Most of the sites are shaded by Pines, making satellite reception all but impossible. There is cable, the office gives you a box to hook up to receive the broadcast. We did not try it. Our Sprint Hot Spot worked fine. Nice little pool area. Seafood restaurants in the area complete the package.
We called the park a few days before arriving to make sure they would be still be open the date we were arriving. Yes they would have limited spaces available. They accept Passport America. They were keeping one row of full hook-up sites open for the winter. It had rained for 2 days before we arrived, some of the sites had standing water on them. The staff was very helpful, they brought a platform we could use at our steps, to keep out of the water. Good location, convenient to area attractions. We would stay here again.