This would have to be the best park in the area. It is right on the shores of Lake Michigan - even if it is over 4 lanes of traffic. The traffic noise is minimal and we we had no trouble crossing it to go for a walk down Mariners Way. A beautiful walk! The campground is part of a motel complex, sites are a little close but still big enough for our 40 foot 5th wheeler with 4 slide outs. Laundry facilities are small but clean - you need to get the key from the front desk of the motel - $1 a wash, $1 a dry -what a bargain. Campground guests have full use of the motel facilities which include an indoor heated pool, bar and also a putt putt golf course. We had booked elsewhere initially but based on reviews etc we decided to come to this park. Good decision!!!
This park is a gem. Right on the banks of the Missouri River - sites are level with plenty of space between each site. All hook ups worked well. Check-in was great, staff were very friendly and helpful providing us with information of where to go and who to see in the area. The campground is part of a resort which we had full access to. We had dinner and a few drinks there. The bar staff were fantastic; restaurant staff not as personable, but the food was good. Weekends seem to be a busy time for the campground as lots of people book in to attend weddings etc. at the resort so you may need to book a spot early.
This campground is only open during the Sturgis Bike Rally. It is a little way out of Sturgis itself, but the free Da Bus service makes for an easy and fun way to get into town and the other popular bars along the way. The sites are huge at 50 foot wide - plenty of room for your rig and trailer! All hook ups worked well. The Eye Candy Saloon had nightly entertainment - great bands - and the beer prices were very reasonable. Great little gift store on site and food available all day. We would definitely recommend staying here - a great spot away from all the hustle and bustle.
From initial check in to the nightly camp fire gatherings this park is the best. The sites are wide and level a d all with a nice patch of greenery to step out on. The owners are very friendly and gave us a lot of information on good eating places and hikes in the area. The little gift store has a great selection of goodies and the ice cream bar is very popular. The park is just off the highway but the traffic noise did not bother us. There is a games room complete with games and a pool table. Laundry facilities are clean at a reasonable cost. The park is located on the Yellowstone River, we didn't have a river front site but we could still see the water. Great spot, great hosts!
We were only going to stay here for a few nights but felt so welcome and relaxed that we extended. The park is under new management as of May 2013, and the young couple and their family are working very hard to upgrade and beautify the facilities. The sites are all grass, and ours was plenty big enough to fit our 40 foot 5 th wheeler with 4 slides. All hookups worked well. The park is in a little valley just off Highway 385, and there was a little noise, but what else could we expect the week before the Sturgis Bike Rally. Having said that, it was nice and quiet at night. The location is perfectly situated between all the hot spots in the area - ie Deadwood, Lead, Sturgis, Mt Rushmore, etc. There is a great little general store on site which sells all the essentials and some nice little souvenirs. There are plenty of level, fully grassed tent sites and every site has a wooden picnic table and fire ring. (You can purchase fire wood from the store). We would definitely recommend staying here.
We stayed here for 4 nights. Site was level and all hookups worked well. Sites are a little close but still wide enough for our 40 foot 5th wheeler and 4 slides. The park is just off the highway, easy in and out and surprisingly very little road noise. We purchased our tickets for the Cody rodeo from the office, and the KOA bus picked us up outside the office - cost was $4 per person - return travel. The laundry facilities were great and the cheapest we have found in over 8 months of travel. Great location.
We only stayed here overnight as we had to get our 5th wheeler brakes fixed. Our site was very uneven and had big wheel ruts down the side. The name certainly doesn't fit the park - there are very few trees but there is a big Yogi Bear statue at the entrance of the camp ground. They also have tractor rides every afternoon. Great for the kids.
Check in was easy - owners very friendly and helpful even lending us a CD audio tour for the Little Big Horn Battlefield. The park has some nice grassy sites and they have an ice cream night on each night. The owner obviously likes her cats; there were a number of them wandering around the campground and also in the office. Our site was surprisingly level and all services worked well. The park is centrally located, not that there is much to do in the little town of Hardin. We only stayed 1 night.
This is a great 'Mom and Pop' type RV park in close proximity to Glacier National Park. There is a lovely walk down to the river at the back of the park, great spot to watch the sunset. There are plenty of trees in the park which does interfere with satellite TV reception, but there are a few local channels you can tune into. They have a great laundry system - you book a time and pay at the office - the laundry is then for your sole use for that time. The washing machines are huge and a load, for washing and drying is $3. The owners are friendly and helpful - our only comment would be that the sites are pretty close together - just wide enough for our 40 foot rig and 4 slide outs.
This is a really comfortable park - plenty of space between each site and each has its own piece of greenery. All hook ups worked well and there are not enough tall trees around to prevent satellite TV reception. They do offer free Wi-Fi however we were told not to expect too much of it due to the number of people and kids in the park. Our Verizon worked well. There is no pool but the park is on the river front where you can swim. There are also chairs by the riverfront - a great place to sit and watch the sunset. Staff were very joyful - make sure you get your free drink vouchers for the nearby restaurants.
This is a Thousand Trails park, and when we called to book in got the selling pitch to join Thousand Trails. We declined because it doesn't suit our needs but if all their parks are of this standard I would be quite disappointed. We arrived just after check in time and had to push the call box button to get someone to come over to check us in. We were then given a map of the campground and told to find a spot and then let them know which one we had chosen. Our trailer is 37 feet long and some of the road ways were pretty tight getting through the park on our search for a site. We were also told not to choose a site with an orange bucket over the water tap and to check that all the hookups worked before we unhitched. Really? We found a site, checked that everything worked and then set up camp. We hadn't been there for more than an hour before our power went off. We called the office. Four hours later nothing had been done. We spoke to some of the other campers who told us that the previous camper in our site had the same problem. In the end we located the circuit box for ours and the adjoining three sites who also had no power and reset the switch. The issue is that they have four 30 amp sites running off a 90 amp supply. (We were told this by the maintenance man the following day when the same thing happened). The roadways and sites are all dirt and even with the 5 MPH speed limit we were covered in dust every time someone drove past. Even the Thousand Trails members in the park were complaining. Our Verizon Wi-Fi worked well. They do have free Wi-Fi but you have to trek all the way up to the lodge to use it. Laundry is expensive at $2 a wash. There is no television service even with a satellite dish--too many trees. That didn't bother us but is worth noting. The park is about 18 miles outside of Leavenworth.
We were heading into Seattle to take an Alaskan cruise and were looking for somewhere to stay before and after we set sail. After checking a few different forums Lake Pleasant RV park was mentioned regularly. All the reviews were positive so we booked in. The nightly cost was reasonable for a large city park and the $3 per night charge to store our rig was an absolute bargain. The $3 included 110 power - just enough to keep the fridge and batteries charged. The entire staff at this park are delightful - very friendly and extremely helpful. This is a really pretty park with a lot of the sites circled around a lake with each site separated from the next with a row of trees / shrubbery. The cost of doing a load of washing is the cheapest we have encountered at $1 a wash and same for a dry. When didn't even have to unhook the truck from our 5th wheeler when we put it in storage - nice and easy when we returned from the cruise. The only down side is the Wi-Fi; you only get an hour a day free Wi-Fi, which you have to use in the one connection. We didn't bother us though as we have our own Verizon Wi-Fi. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is huge! Sites are reasonably level, all back in and a little tight for large rigs. No sewer hook up and only 30 amp power. The sites are all in need of a little maintenance: the weeds are a little out of control. It is obvious that this is a very popular location. The weekend we were here it was almost totally booked out. Our Verizon WiFi and phone worked well, and we had no problems getting a TV signal with our satellite dish. We would have given a higher rating except our site was very obviously occupied by people with dogs. The smell was a little offensive!!
We stayed at this state park camp ground for 3 days. It is obvious that all the park rangers and camp hosts are proud and passionate about their little piece of paradise. The cost is more than reasonable, the sites are huge with full hook ups, and it was very impressive to see the camp hosts coming around to check each site when a camper left to make sure it was clean and tidy for the next occupant. The only downside are the mosquitos, but a little insect spray and all was good.
This is a great park, well laid out and with lots of amenities, e.g., an on-site Deli, petting farm, pool, cabins, etc. However, as previous campers have mentioned, and for a number of years, the dust is horrendous!! The roadways are in desperate need of a layer of pebbles . Even the 5 MPH speed limit through out the park doesn't help the problem. We had the first site up in Section B and coped with dust every time someone drove in or out. The park advertise free Wi-Fi but in all honesty it was largely nonexistent; it didn't work more than it did. When we asked the office about it they merely brushed us off and said it was a bit of a dinosaur. Very frustrating as there is no Verizon coverage in this area either, so we had no phone and lousy Wi-Fi. The park is about 20 miles from Yosemite National park.
This park is over the road from the Grand Canyon railway station and is a short, easy walk to the town of Williams and the Safeway supermarket. Great BBQ area with piped music, huge shower block and laundry. Sites are level and all hook ups worked well. It does feel a little like a parking lot as there is no grass and very few trees but this would not put me off staying here again. An added bonus is that if pet owners are wanting to take the train journey to the south rim, they offer a kennel service which is located at the rear of the office. We booked the RV park at the same time as the train trip but found out later that the RV park honors Passport America rates.
For an RV park in the middle of one of the hottest places in the world all we really wanted was to have reliable power to run our air conditioning units which it did no problems. It is conveniently located to all the Death Valley attractions and as guests of the park you are able to use the motel across the road facilities including the swimming pool. We also visited the Badwater Saloon to have a few drinks after a hot day in the sun. Wifi was non existent in the park; however, is available in the saloon and also the guest lounge room. The convenience store is open from 7 am - 10pm and has all the necessities. Staff were friendly - especially the bar man. Thought it a bit unnecessary, however, that a fellow camper was reminded of the checkout time by one of the managers; check out time was 11:00 and this was at 11:20. It was evident that he was packing up, and as there were no other campers in the park, couldn't quite understand what the drama was. Would definitely stay here again due to all the facilities so close by.
This park is clean, sites level, great laundry and to top it off a fully equipped exercise room! There is also a pool and kids playground. All the sites are huge, we parked our 40 foot 5th wheeler and truck in the space with room to spare. It feels like you are camped in the middle,of an orange grove, literally. The sites are separated by a line of orange trees which, when they bear fruit you are welcome to pick. It is a little out of town but far enough off the interstate not to be bothered by traffic noise.
This park was a very welcome relief for us as we had been touring the desert country for the last couple of months. The park is full of beautiful shade trees and even though we didn't have a river side site we could still hear the water flowing at night. The sites are not huge but with a little bit of manoeuvring we parked our 40 foot 5th wheeler with no problems. The park is conveniently located to Sequoia National Park and is a short drive from the little town of Three Rivers which has numerous restaurants and a great market store. Also , just in case you need it, there is a medical centre which accepts walk-ins - which unfortunately we had to visit due to my partner developing shingles! Wi-Fi is great, very quick and reliable. After checking in we received a welcome email and the day before we left another one bidding us farewell. A lovely touch! Our only comment would be that if you are not careful you could quite easily miss the turn off as it is not sign posted very clearly. We didn't use the bathrooms but were quite surprised that they are located in the 'permanent campers' area.
We initially booked to stay at the Hitch-N-Post for a week but enjoyed the location and all it had to offer so much we extended a couple of days. The owners of this park are super! We arrived to the warmest welcome we have had since beginning our road trip of the USA. We were provided with information, pamphlets, and suggestions of where to go and what to see. The park is very conveniently located in the historic township,of Panguitch, a short walk to the shops, Gem picture theatre, restaurants, and supermarket. The sites are level and all have a picnic table. The laundry facilities are excellent, clean and lots of machines. The owners live on site and are working very hard to make a great park even better. Many thanks - and we will return!
Location is beautiful, but the park itself is in desperate need of some maintenance! Our camp site was covered in garbage and old dirty carpet. We lost water twice in our 7 day stay - thankfully we had water in reserve. If you travel with dogs be aware of the extra charges!
This is a wonderful 'Ma and Pa' type RV park. Hosts are very helpful, sites are pretty level, and all facilities / hook ups work well. Lots of shade trees, the cheapest laundry at a buck a wash and dry. Very close to the township and all area attractions. Very quiet and well maintained.
Very convenient well maintained RV park. If you like to gamble, the casino is a quick walk across the car parking lot. Good restaurants. We did the Friday night seafood smorgasbord, good value. They have a free shuttle bus to the strip. Sites are a little tight, but after all - this is Vegas!
This is just the best. Spectacular views over Lake Mead. Sunsets are just amazing. The sites are level, and all facilities work well. We had to pay for wi-fi as our Verizon didn't work well. Lots of hiking trails, and the Valley of Fire State Park not too far away. We extended our stay; we just couldn't drag ourselves away!
Given the number of RV parks in Yuma it was a bit difficult to pick one out based on location as a lot of the parks are literally located down one strip. We chose caravan oasis based on its reviews and we were not disappointed. Like most parks this one is huge, over 500 sites - a good mix of permanents and snow birders, all very friendly and welcoming. The office staff are delightful and there are lots of activities each day, including a wonderful water aerobic class conducted by some of the volunteers - excellent classes! Great exercise room, not that we got to use it but lots of equipment in it. The laundry facilities are clean and there were even clothes lines - it was so nice to be able to hang our laundry out for a change rather than having to put it through a clothes dryer. (Nothing like sun on the sheets ! ). We companion camped and we probably would have given this park a 10 if the pull through sites weren't located in the same area as the over night stays, basically in a gravel car park. There were lots of other spaces available that have concrete pads etc as long as you don't mind backing in rather than pulling through. Traffic and train noise were minimal - train noise seems to be a real issue in some other parks. We would recommend staying here. Rate is based on a weekly rate.
Prepare for close camping! The sites in this park are very cosy, once our slides were out there was very little room to even walk between our and the next trailer. This didn't bother us too much though, it basically encouraged everyone to get out and make friends or at at least have a chat to the fellow campers. The owners are great and very helpful, escorting everyone to their sites. The absolute benefit of staying here is the close proximity to the township of Tombstone, only half a block away! Fantastic! The entire park is gravel but that is pretty much expected in the desert. All hookups worked well including the WiFi. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for 5 nights with our travelling companions, we in a 40 foot fifth wheel and they in a 40 foot motorhome. The pull through sites are large, all gravel but that is expected in the desert. Sites are level, no need for any leveling blocks here. The sites are so positioned that we were able to companion camp , ie park our rigs so that our exit doors were facing each other enabling us to set up our picnic tables and chairs etc in a central area. The owner is just delightful, very accommodating and provided us with quite a few suggestions on what to do in the Tucson area. We would definitely stay here again. One word of warning however, there is another RV park right next door so make sure you go past the entrance to this one, we got caught and had to do a drive through!
This park was recommended to us by another couple who we had met on the road and have kept in touch with. They called us and told us that we just had to come to the Rockhound State Park. Most of the sites are on a first come basis, but there are a few that are reservable. We were certainly not disappointed! This place is magic. In the middle of the New Mexico desert sitting up on a plateau overlooking the valley and the township of Deming in the distance - beautiful at night! The sunsets are magnificent! The sites are huge all with a rubbish bin that is emptied each couple of days. Each site has a covered picnic table and seats on a concrete slab, a fire pit and a grill. There are plenty of walking trails; we did the Lovers Leap trail at Spring Canyon. The sign post says it is .5 of a mile. They lied! It is much farther than that but certainly worth the climb. Just make sure you take water with you as it is quite a distance! And, as this park is in the center of rockhound country; you are actually allowed to take up to 15 lbs of rock from the State Park with you when you leave! Great for rock enthusiasts and those just wanting a peaceful, easy to get to location!
We diverted to this park after not being able to get a site at the nearby State Park. This is a community of snow birders, permanent residents, and includes avenues of mobile homes. It all seems to work really well. The office staff were very friendly and helpful. They have a number of computers in the lounge area and unfortunately this is the only place that wi-fi is available. There is cable TV available, and if you don't have a cable they are available from the office for a $25 refundable deposit. Sites are large (gravel), all have a picnic table - only draw back is the positioning of the hook ups. They are right down the back of the site , so you either need to make sure you back right up or have an extended sewer and water hose. Residents and snow birders are very welcoming, Walmart is a block away, and there are 2 hairdressing salons on site. The laundry is the biggest I have ever seen, very reasonably priced as well. We would stay here again.
This campground is the first one we have stayed at where we were escorted to our site, and the owner actually had a spirit level to make sure that we were level! Not that he really needed it, the site was perfect! The park is well maintained, lots of trees and fantastically fast wi-fi. The owner has a great sense of humor and is very knowledgeable about the area of Ruidoso, which by the way is beautiful! Temperatures were below zero at night when we were there, and the owner is very pedantic about ensuring that your and his water pipes don't freeze, so much so that he knocked on our door reminding us that we needed to unhook one night. We didn't use the bathrooms, but I always go and check them out anyway , spotless. Only oddity was the sign advising that they are closed every night between 10.:00 pm and 7:00 am.
We arrived in Roswell after escaping a snow storm up in Amarillo. We escaped the snow and drove into a dust storm! We chose this park based on the reviews on this site and we were not disappointed. Our hosts greeted us like old friends and provided us with lots of information and suggestions on where to go and what to see in the area. The park is neat and tidy with gravel , level sites. Each one with a concrete pad and picnic table. The laundry has a good number of washers and dryers, a vending machine and a book swap library. Internet connection was quick which was much appreciated because we had no coverage with our Verizon jet pack. We initially booked in for a couple of days but ended up extending. We had great neighbors (fellow RV ers). The owners live on site and they obviously take a lot of care and have pride in their park. They were trimming trees, weeding etc the whole time we were there.
Full hook up (50 amp) , 24 hour security, complimentary $10 gambling vouchers, free coffee and soda, great restaurant, fantastic staff and a room with a view all for $0. Granted the RV parking is at the edge of the car park and we were a little concerned at first that the noise of the traffic may have bothered us but it certainly didn't. The car park is big enough and it was cold enough that the patrons for the casino parked close to the front doors! We stayed a total of 4 nights because a snow storm hit the area on the second day and with the roads being icy so we weren't keen to move. The staff at the casino were very understanding with the security staff popping by to make sure we were OK each morning. We would definitely recommend staying here for an overnight stop. Make sure you try the Indian taco at the casino restaurant. It is delicious! Like another reviewer.
We chose this park randomly, we were leaving Dallas early afternoon and wanted to find somewhere not too far away. We checked our Allstays iPad app and this park was noted. As always we check out other 'campers' reviews and thought this one sounded pretty good. We arrived and were absolutely delighted! This park is an absolute gem! The sites are wide and long and pretty level, the hook ups perfect and each site has a grill and a fire pit! We called ahead and were told to just go and pick our own spot and that the camp hosts would be along later in the day to collect our camping fee. There were so many wonderful sites we drove around a couple of times before deciding. There are some sites directly on the lakeside, some nestled in the trees and some more appropriate for a big rig like ours. We were initially only going to stay for 3 days but extended for another 2. Peaceful, well maintained, beautiful sun sets, plenty of wildlife and walking trails and the cheapest laundry we have encountered on our 3 months of travelling. Camp hosts are friendly and provided us with plenty of information about the surrounding area. They are also currently expanding the park and building more sites. Fantastic!
As previously reviewed the hospitality at this park is the best. Location is OK for an overnight but you have to be prepared for the I-20 highway noise!! This park is so close to the main interstate it is scary! The traffic noise does not stop 24 / 7! The park is full of permanent residents and has no atmosphere at all. The owners are lovely, the sights are level, but that is where it stops. If I was going to stay in Abilene again I would stay at another campground.
We had stayed at a Carefree Resort RV park in Fort Worth, so decided to stay at another in Austin. The staff was amazing, especially one gentleman who helped us set up our TV, even showing us were our antenna reset switch was located in our new 5th wheeler. The park is nice with level concrete pads. The only comment would be that the sites are a little close and the way out is a little convoluted. Like with most Carefree Resorts, there are a number of permanents living at the park, but they were all very friendly. We would definitely return and stay here again.
We booked ahead intending to stay here for 8 days but ended up leaving after 4, and lost our money for the remainder of our booking as there was a no refund policy. The staff is incredibly friendly and the on site store is very well stocked, but that is about all the positives we could provide. The park itself is all gravel (big gravel) so is not conducive to sitting outside: very uncomfortable. The park is predominately full timers and there was no community atmosphere at all. We are always up for a chat but did not speak one word to anyone else in the park, even when doing our laundry. (Laundry was nice and clean). Although conveniently situated between Fort Worth and Dallas, we would only recommend this park as a one night stop over if desperate, as there are plenty of others in the area.
This is the ultimate is RV Resorts, pool, hot tub, great office staff and very friendly fellow 'campers'. The park is beautifully maintained, all sites are landscaped and have level concrete pads. We stayed in site 621 which even has a BBQ enclosure. Fantastic. WiFi is a little slow, but with so much else to do and with the beach a short walk away it was not an issue. We would definitely recommend staying at this resort, we are just sorry we couldn't stay a little longer.
The price we paid was full price without buying the Texas state park pass for $70. There is a daily entrance fee to this park of $5 per person per day on top of the $25 a day fee. For the money I would not recommend this park. Yes, it is ocean front but very exposed to the elements, i.e., no trees for shade. It rained for the duration of our stay so the beach was pretty well a nonevent for us. The bathrooms are OK, but the hot water but could be a bit better maintained. Our check-in experience was not the best; the staff member was very abrupt and not very helpful. She was there to do a job but she had no passion. The park is a considerable distance from any shops or services. Sites do not have sewer hookup.
We felt like we had found utopia. Although there was no sewer hook up at our site this was a small price to pay for the magnificent views, spacious sites and friendly and helpful staff. This is a beautifully maintained park right on the lake and we were fortunate enough to jag a sunny day and a beautiful sunset. We stayed for four nights but would have stayed longer if the weather was a little kinder. The bathrooms are a little tired but the water is hot and are a great supplement when being a little conservative with your own water usage. Good dump station in the park.
This was our first experience at an RV Resort and we were very impressed. The front office staff were delightful, very friendly and helpful. The resort has a lovely pool and hot tub area as well as a games and function room. Laundry facilities were excellent, even an iron, not that we needed it, we have learned how to not iron your clothes when on the road! There are scheduled activities every day including a Canadian inspired breakfast on Saturday morning for a mere $5 per head. The resort is well maintained and the residents and travelers very friendly. We stayed at a Texas state park prior to this one and paid $35 a night there with only power and water hook up and no extras. The extra $7 a night was money well spent! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
Park is a little out of town but is clean, staff are friendly and helpful, sites concrete pads and level. There is an RV parts store next door, we bought some spare parts which ended up not fitting our fifth wheeler. The staff at the RV park refunded our money for us as the store wasn't open on Sunday.
We stayed at Gulpha Gorge National Park Campground at the suggestion of the bar man at the Heart Break Hotel in Memphis. We were planning on staying at Little Rock however given his knowledge of the area decided to go with his recommendation. We were so pleased we did! We arrived to the friendly smile of the newly appointed camp volunteers who guided us to a well elevated site with full hook up. Once we were settled they came over to make sure we were settled in OK. The payment at this campground is via a vending type machine in the common room, something we hadn't encountered before. The campground is also open to day visitors with picnic tables along the rivers edge. The township of Hot Springs is an easy hike up and over the mountain, or you can obviously drive there as well. The friendly volunteers invited us to join them in the hike on the second day we were there. Being visitors from Australia we had been dreaming of a white Christmas and we certainly got our wish with 8 inches of snow falling on Christmas night! The only downfall was that the power went off due to trees falling across the power lines further up the road. Once again the volunteers checked in on everyone staying at the campground helping out where they could. After three days of no power we decided to pull up stumps and head off somewhere were we could dry out! The park was beautifully maintained and we would definitely recommend staying there.
This is really a hidden gem in Destin Florida. The park is off the main highway and doesn't have ocean views but it the cleanest, and most friendly park we have stayed at. We arrived in the dark and were greeted by staff who knew we were coming, did our paper work quickly and then guided us into our site with the aid of a flashlight. Don't get much better service than that. The park is relatively small but is kept immaculately. The laundry is spotless and has an exchange book section. It is a very short walk to beach, and who doesn't need a bit of exercise when traveling? Thank you again, you were the best host we have had. We will be back and will definitely recommend your gem in Destin to fellow travelers!
This park is a hidden gem in the middle of a semi industrial area. First impressions when we were driving into it were 'oh no way!' but once we got in through the gated complex our fears were allayed! The park is right on the waterfront and has a restaurant and a bar on site, a great place to meet fellow travelers. The sites are full hook up, quite, and level. Staff was so welcoming, showed us to our site and helped us back in. That was just the start. They also came by every morning and picked up our rubbish and even filled our propane bottle for us. Thank you mate! The shuttle bus takes you into the heart of the French Quarter and picks you up right where he dropped you off! The free hurricane Katrina movie is a must, enlightened us on why New Orleans flooded so badly. It was a great stay, thank you to all the staff for making our stay in New Orleans so memorable!
Graceland RV Park is a short walk through the car park to Graceland and is situated behind the Heart Break Hotel. The staff are wonderful, very helpful and gave us a great run down on all the attractions in Memphis. Shower blocks and laundry are spotless, and there is a gift store on site. Gracelands RV park? Thumbs up!!
We stayed in Vicksburg for 5 nights and found this RV Park, which is part of the greater Ameristar Casino, a great central place to stay at an extremely reasonable rate. The park has concrete slabs with full hook ups. The staff from first contact via the mobile phone to checking in and out were fantastic. Free coffee available in the reception area was an added bonus. The free shuttle bus to the casino is an excellent service, from the time of ringing to it being there to pick us up was about 3 minutes. We didn't eat at any of the restaurants at the casino but sat at the bar watching the NFL , once again the staff were very polite and welcoming . We would recommend this park predominately for people without children, there is no playground, not that that worried us in the slightest!