This park is gated, you use a card key to enter the park (there is a deposit for the card). Great check-in procedures; met us at the entrance (we had a reservation), had an escort to our site, set up and then returned to the office to finish checking in. Park was full when we were there, but didn't seem overcrowded. There were activities like ice cream social, movie, face painting. Sites and roads are gravel, mostly level. Sites are close together, but not crowed on top of one another. Interior roads might make some in big rigs feel tight but we were able to get around with our 36' rig. Entrance road is narrow, but manageable.
This is a larger KOA and a good ‘destination’ park near Buckeye Lake. We were only there for an overnight stop. The sites were level and easy to enter and exit. There was an escort that drove us to our site. The store/office and bathrooms were clean and well maintained. There appear to be plenty of activities available (peddle cars, playground, pool, mini-golf, and more). There are also several seasonal sites at this park.
This was our destination campground for visiting Gettysburg. The park is large with a mix of seasonal and recreational sites. This was a very busy time for the park and they were well prepared, they had our check-in information ready as we pulled in and we were able to go directly to our site (we had reservations already). The interior roads are narrow but manageable. Sites are mostly level and we had plenty of room. Bathrooms and store/office are well maintained (especially given how busy they were at this time). There were plenty of activities at the park (pool, water slide, arts & crafts, local farmers with fruits and vegies for sale, even a 4th of July parade!). Many of the seasonal campers golf carts to get around within the park (an added traffic problem if you are not paying attention).
The campground is about eight miles from I-79 through the rolling hills of PA, not a problem getting there but it is not your typical highway campground. The park is located behind and run by the local volunteer fire department and staying here helps support the fire department. Our site was near the end of the lot and slopped some. The loose gravel. slope, and recent rains made it difficult to level but we made do, as it was simply an overnight stop for us. Some sites are paved and more level, there are even some pull-thru sites. There are no facilities or activities as this is a simply an area to park your RV. Many of the sites had long-term residents who are working in the area.
Our site was mostly level and we were able to set up easily with plenty of room. The entrance road is long and was in need of re-grading or re-paving, take it slow and easy and should have no problem. There was a playground, pool, pond with paddle-boats, and even a dog play area. The store/office and bathrooms were well maintained. This park served as a good overnight stop for us.
Very nice park with gravel roads throughout the park. Sites were level with plenty of room at each. Our site was water/electric only and met our needs well. Access from I-70 was a bit tricky (watch for the signs); entrance roads are 'country roads' - narrow but manageable. We arrived late but the host was there to escort us to the site. Pool, playground, lake, store all very nice. Office/store is typical KOA but very well maintained. Overall, this is a nice, well run campground and we would definitely stay here again.
Price was kind of high for what was provided. We had a ‘Red Carpet’ full hookup site. It’s a good destination campground for Indiana Beach. Place is well laid out – rows with diagonal pull throughs, not huge but not on top of each other. Cabins on the ends. Staff attitude was ‘indifferent’ they didn’t seem to take much interest in anything outside of checking you in – internet instructions were not provided until I asked and then I was given a couple of ID/passwords since the clerk didn’t know which one was working. Never did get the Wi-Fi to work. There are two shower houses with plenty of room, plus a laundry. The showers have a button that you have to push to get the water to come out – it runs for about 30 seconds, no adjustment to temperature.
Nice park for our stopover and last night of the trip. Sites are a little close together but we were able to pull in/out ok; had guide take us to the site. Lots of activities for kids: pool, mini-golf, bike/go-cart rentals, fishing, etc. Sunday breakfast buffet was nice too!
Good location and rates for campgrounds in this area. Horse riding and stables available. Our site was out in the open but there are many shaded sites as well. Level pull through sites made it easy to set up. Clean showers and bathrooms; nice laundry and camp store. Very close to Gettysburg and the battlefield. Horseback tours of the battlefield available that left right from the campground.
Great location for Harpers Ferry, Antietam battlefield. Lots of activities; free pancake breakfast; game room, pool; camp store. Sites and roads were a little tight but not impossible to navigate. Had guides to help get to our site. Shaded location on top of a hill: sites were not 100% level but we were still able to level with our 'lego' blocks.
Nice park, secluded but still close to the D.C. attractions. We had a full hookup site (there are about a dozen). Easy to back in to site and level; showers are typical for state/local parks: not the best. Great playground for kids. Water park close by. Close to D.C. and Metro for local attractions.
Excellent park! Cement pads, easy to level; not too close together; easy to pull in/out. We arrived after the office closed but they had our info ready and we easily found our sites. Had to set up in the pouring rain, but since the sites were paved & level it was relatively easy. Everyone in our group commented on the great bathhouse - excellent, best ever seen at an RV park. No tents allowed on pull through sites (we did not realize this and were told to take ours down). Great location for all the attractions in the Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown area. The additional amenities at the park we made use of were the laundry and the pool (both great).
Good playground and area for kids to play. Office has game room and pool area is nice with a small deck area with tables nearby. Most sites are level, but some leveling is needed. Campground is arranged around terraced lanes. Some sites are narrow and close together. There are some 'loop' sites where two campers can park and be facing each other. Brochure says free wireless, but there was none when we stayed there.
Good level sites with some trees. Enclosed pool & hot tub (very nice). Good overnight stop. There were several longer term residents (located nearby). Wi-fi service was not the best (guy at the office said they were doing some work on it).
Pool was not working (looks like it's in the process of being filled in), wi-fi access is extra, basically a good stop for the night. Did have a good playground and guide to take you to your site. They served dinner and breakfast - good food. The night we were there we had a big dust storm - lots of dust and wind (looked like it might actually rain too).
Good camping sites with some leveling needed at site. Staying here reservations are a must have. Great location - close to store, inn restaruant, canyon is within walking distance. We stayed only 2 nights, but being right in the park was very convenient.
If you like RV parks with lots of road noise, and crowds of people, sites packed so tight you step out into your neighbors RV, then this is not the place for you. Wide open spaces, lots of rocks to walk around and through. Star shows every night (just look up). Miles from nowhere (Deming, NM) in the middle of the desert. This is an undiscovered gem. What it lacks in modern amenities it more than makes up in natural beauty.
Good park near Meramec Cave. Pull thru sites were long and mostly level. The larger pull thru sites had very little shade. Tent, smaller back in sites had plenty of shade. Not a large place, but good enough for overnight. Pool is shallow with 3 feet at one end and 4 feet at the other (good for kids).
Nice little campground very convenient to Mark Twain Cave & downtown Hannibal. Pull-thru sites were a little tight. Back-in sites seem to have more room. Internet access available, but our site was far from source and signal was low/slow - but it worked. Friendly folks running the check-in/camp store. Gates close promptly at 10:00 pm and open at 7:00 am (there is an access road around but it is not for rigs. Lots of families & kids. Would have been great to have a pool for everyone.
Like many others have said - a great RV park. Entrance has large lanes to park while registering. Signs that direct you to the park from West Yellowstone are not easy to see, but the town is small and the park is hard to miss. Game room for the kids was great! Showers and laundry room was very clean and well kept. Coffee and TV in the conference room each morning was a nice touch. We didn't make use of the Wi-Fi while we were there. There are sprinkers in parts of the park and you need to remember to cover or put up any lawn chairs or the next morning they will be soaked. The park made for a great base camp while we explored Yellowstone and the surrounding area.
Great location right in Jackson and within walking distance to many attractions. Sites were a little tight getting in to. We only stayed one night, but this is a great spot to use as a base while exploring the area (we'll try this next time). Laundry and showers were clean and well kept. Had dinner at the resort restaurant - very reasonable, and good food. Getting up to the pool at the lodge was a bit of a walk and was too far to just let the kids go alone. The turn from the main road is a little hard to find as the sign in not easy to spot (at least for us). Jackson was a busy place but we were able to find a good place to turn around. Having a reservation was a must as the park was full and there were several campers waiting to register.
A nice campground right off of I-80. We did not notice much highway noise. There was a race track nearby that we could hear, but it didn't seem to go too late into the evening. Great pool where the kids could blow off some steam from riding all day. Host was very nice and even had recommendations of other campgrounds where we planned to be the next night. Sites were plenty large enough, level, and we had no problems setting up. For us, it was just an overnight stop.
This was an overnight stop for us. We were able to call for reservations earlier in the day and get 2 sites together with no problems. Host helped guide us to our site (they are a little tight, but were ok for our purpose). Kids went to the pool but said that it was too cold because the heater wasn't working. Very easy access from the interstate. Wi-Fi and cable were nice features as we had time to use both in the evening.
Stayed here over Memorial day weekend. This is a newer park (recently listed in Woodalls). Great showers and laundry room, level pull-thru sites. Campground is right off of I-57 (exit 53) in Marion. Not a huge place, but a good overnight stop. Price includes cable tv, internet access, and all hookups. If you are passing through, and need a place to stop this is it.
This campground was a great find for us for an overnight on our way back to Illinois. We were able to call ahead for same day reservations. Sites were in good shape and easy to get in and out of. Laundry room was very convenient, except for the usual load of quarters that are needed to do laundry. We didn't notice much noise from the nearby airport or highway.
A very nice campground with good access roads with sites that were roomy enough for us. We stayed overnight, but the park and the area had several attractions that we could have spent more time exploring. It's close to the highway but we didn't notice any unusual highway noise. Check in was easy enough and the staff were very helpful. We would definitely stay here again.