Park facilities were very nice, it has two dog walk areas where your pet can run and play off leash. The swimming pool was large and very clean and a nice temp even though they said the heaters were off. The sites for short term are near the front center and were decent sites with stone and fairly level, some had trees for shade. This is a great place to visit the Sarasota area and beaches.
This is a nice park, nicely kept up. The noise that one person said about the traffic is valid. Using the A/C or the fan can mask the noise at night making it less an issue. The sites are fairly level, we were on site 880 and had to raise the step side about 3 -4 inches making the first step a bit of a reach. The only other negative comment about the sites on the upper level, are they are a bit short for a large RV and tow vehicle. We stayed in a fifth wheel and had a tough time parking our truck without being on the neighbors site. Some might find the exit road a bit narrow leaving the upper campsites. The road is quite passable but I think they could widen it a bit. All said, it is a nice place to camp, it had good cable and the Wi-Fi worked just fine. Entrance has a gate that you use a card to enter with making getting in and out a bit of a challenge when there are many people coming and going.
Roamers seems to be doing some improvements since the last time here. The sites near the pavilion are very bad after a rain as there is no stone, its all grass or mud. At least it's not after a rain storm so I can't say if that has improved any. Our site this time is 56 and it slopes to the right side about 4 inches off level. You need to have an extra step to get into the RV. It would be great if the management would attempt to level the sites better side to side with more stone. They have added a stone roadway to the sites near the open field #2B -9B, which helps in wet weather getting in or out of the sites. This is a great place to stay with plenty of things to do and see. I just hope the owners and management continue to make improvements and bring this campground up to it's full potential.
I would rate this a 10 if it had WiFi at the sites and or TV reception. We could only receive 3 PBS stations. It would be nice if they had a tower with an antenna and ran cable to the sites for over the air TV reception. The sites themselves are fabulous, concrete pads, with lots of space and grass all around. All are full hookup with 30,50 amp service. We stayed here 3 days while having service work done on our rig. We toured the Biltmore Estates, in Asheville, while here. We were going to ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway but found it closed due to storm damage done in the winter. The campground has two sides. One is a rally park and it is a great place also, very level and full hookups, adjacent to the Tom Johnson RV sales center. The campground laundry had two washers and two dryers for the whole campground, they worked quite well. My guess is most motorhomes have their own washer/dryers so they don't need more than these two. We would return if in the area.
This is a good place to stay for an overnight. It is close to I-95 and just far enough off 95, to get away from the road noise. Not much close by for restaurants. The management gave us the names of two eateries, but after driving into town they looked very run down and in a very poor area. WiFi will cost you extra here. The sites are level, on dirt and easy in and out pull throughs. The management was not overly friendly, nor were they rude in any way. There was a pet play area which was a plus. We would stay again.
Overall depending on the site you get, this park is ok. It has hills that are stone and gravel, that unless you have a four wheel drive vehicle, I don't know if you would get into some sites. We were on E31 a pull through, next to the flag pole. It was a level site for the fifth wheel but my truck front was on a down hill slope. I was concerned that with the rain we had at night I would not be able to get hooked up and back out of the site. The owner suggested backing out instead of trying to go down the hill and making a hard left turn at the bottom of the site. There were better sites available and one's opinion might reflect a higher rating than mine because of this. The WiFi worked quite well, no problems with connecting or timing out. The cable TV worked fine also. The rest rooms looked like they could use some maintenance, but were clean. We stayed one night. The price was a bit much for this campground, but the price is due to the closeness to DC and other historic areas.
The park was ok. It has dirt roads and some hills depending on where your site is. Ours was 66 and fairly level with a slight slant. Sites on the lower level nearest the river are level and some pull throughs also. Having a pet run area was a plus. Being near the stream or river area meant more bugs, biting gnats or whatever, which was annoying but then it's Georgia, one must expect this. With AT&T, our cell service was not a problem here. WiFi worked well and was fairly fast. Cable TV worked well. We stayed one night.
This park is a nice park, it isn't Fort Wilderness but it a nice place to stay. We stayed for the month of March, though most are seasonal and yearly campers. This year the monthly rate was increased by $150, to discourage people for staying such a short time I suppose. The management would like to rent out all of the sites to long term 3-6 month campers who get a better rate. We have camped here for several years and like the campground and its location. But if the rate continues to increase to penalize the short term campers, than it maybe time to look elsewhere.
This is mostly a permanent RV and mobile home park. There are a few sites available to transients on a limited basis. We stayed here for two weeks and had a site next to the walkway that headed to the pool area. Nice pool and it was heated. Pet friendly but not too much in the way of a dog walk. We used the street sidewalk grass area along the highway, only wish more people would pick up after their pets. Sites are a bit tight for space, with some tree areas for shade. Nice area and plenty of food and stores close by. Definitely would stay again.
This is ok for an overnight stay, but I think there may be better places to stay. We arrived to a site that we had to go through two large puddles. Then speed up so as to not get stuck in the mud as we pulled into the site. I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to leave the next day without a tow. The area had a lot of rain but the sites could be improved by adding stone to make it better to eliminate the mud. I think we will look for a different place next time through.
Nice park with easy access from I-95. The sites are open and easy in and out. We arrived just after a 4" snow the night before, but had no problem getting into the site. The nicest dog friendly park we have been to in a long time. On check-in they gave us a bag for both dogs with treats for them. They have a nice enclosed dog run that after a long drive the dogs enjoyed. The bathrooms were clean and only complaint would be it was chilly inside, but the outside temps were in the 20's. We would definitely stay here again.
We have camped here for the past 20-25 years. Not much has changed at least in the last several years. It seems that the owners don't want to maintain the campground as the previous owners did. The sites nearest the pavilion are nice sites but are on grass. Do not go there if it has rained a lot. We pulled in to find tire ruts from the previous campers that were six to eight inches deep. Rather than put down crusher run, or stone to each site they offer to pull you out with their tractor. When asked about grass versus stone sites, the owner stated it cost $500 for a truck load of stone. If people stop coming due to the condition of the grounds especially after a rain, then the campground will suffer. This would be a shame because this is an ideal location for shopping, restaurants and the steam museum next door. To the owners I suggest that you improve the sites, spend some money on stone and bring Roamers back to what it should be!
Store and staff was nice. Sites are all gravel or grass and dirt, with trees. Nice touch was the trees were being trimmed while we were there so they take care of low branches, something I wish more campgrounds would do. A small restaurant at the entrance to the park was very good; prices were good also, open 5-9 pm. Fuel stop just down the street with diesel and other restaurants within a short drive. Campground was clean and we were shown to our site.
The park is located about 1/2 mile off of I-95, and is easy to get into and out of. Restaurants are located on adjacent road within 5 miles with excellent food. The staff was very friendly, and store had the usual stuff, nothing fancy. Sites and roads were gravel, sites nothing fancy either but fairly level, we needed about 1 1/2" to level our RV. We did not have sewer and are not sure if any are available other than to full timers. The cable worked well but we could not connect to the Wi-Fi at all. This is a good overnight stop and we would stay here again. The site was plenty long enough for our truck and RV. The price might be a bit high for electric and sewer and would be my only negative comment.
Very convenient to I-20, also fuel and restaurants are a short drive away. The staff was friendly and recommended places to go for dinner. The campground has a number of permanent campers, but there were pull through sites available for travelers. Laundry area was clean and the machines looked in good shape. Bathrooms and showers were locked and clean. A small playground area for kids and a pool which wasn't ready yet. As others mentioned the wifi is not free it is by TengoInternet and costs $5/day. The cable tv reception was ok, some channels were a bit fuzzy but it did have the weather channel. This was important due to severe weather concerns in the area, and we were glad to have it. Sites were gravel but level. We stayed in a fifth wheel and would stay here again.
This campground is all gravel roadways and sites. The sites are fairly level, mostly pull-thrus and are wide enough with grassy areas on the sides. Very nice friendly staff met us at check in. The site we had was a good one, but had a bit of standing water due to the amount of rainfall they have had in the area. There are plenty of restaurants within a few miles and diesel fuel was available at several stations there also. We would stay here again.
This is a beautiful park, it is fairly new and it has very large concrete pads, with blacktop driveways. It has 3 restroom/laundry areas, which were well kept. There is an exercise room with two exerbikes and one eliptical machine next to the check in office. The price is exceptional, when you figure in that the laundry machines are free to use, and you can wash your RV and tow vehicle onsite. My only negative comment is the wi-fi internet connection. It was a bit confusing getting logged on, and when connected it would drop out frequently and I was only 100-150 ft from the nearest antenna. Other than the wi-fi we would stay here again, it is a very nice campsite with plenty of restaurants within a few miles including Big Texan's 72 oz steaks.
This park is ok, it is mostly gravel with blacktop roadways. Sites are fairly level and pull thrus available. Upon trying the electric, my tester showed an open ground, after notifying the office, a KOA person came out very quickly to remedy the problem. The campground is close to Rt.40, a plus, and to many downtown sights. My only beef is the lack of signs helping you to find the c.g. exiting off of Rt. 40 exit 166 heading east. You only see the KOA sign pointing to the c.g. after you have turned off of Juan Tabo road, onto Skyline rd. GPS helps here. For a large c.g. the restrooms are small, with two shower stalls and a single toilet each for the men and women at three locations in the park. The laundry is clean and machines look maintained. The staff was friendly at check in and helpful for info on the area.
The park owner checked us in, and he was very friendly. The sites are gravel and level, they alternate directiions so you face one way and the next rv faces the opposite direction. No big deal but some may not like it. The park is near a railroad but only minimal noise from it. Restrooms and showers are immaculate. A very nice store with lots of NM and Rt. 66 stuff inside. All active service personel are given a free campsite, this is a thank you to our service men and women by the USA RV Park owners. There are some restaurants and stores nearby, but 4 miles east is plenty of stores and eateries on rt 66 and rt 40.
This is a nice park, that is mostly permanent mobile homes. As you enter the park, on either side of the roadway are the sites for short time stays. These sites are pull-throughs and are level. There is no cable which was a downer as I had wanted to watch ESPN for NASCAR race. The TV signal though on antenna was very good for all the local stations. They have a very nice library with lots of books, a enclosed swimming pool which was very nice. A pool room with several tables, lots of outdoor shuffleboard courts, bocci ball court, bingo nights, a TV room and a nice laundry room. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful pointing out stuff in the area to see and do. We would definitely stay here again. The WiFi was very good but it is a Tengo Internet pay by the day or week.
This park is a resort, it has it all, a fitness room with nice equipment, two pools, very large pull through sites and back ins. Onsite cafe that serves lunch and a limited dinner menu. Located right next to the Beaudry RV center for sales and service, and a Camping World store on site also. The staff member we checked in with was not very personable, didn't explain much about the park. We had to go back and ask about the cafe, the Wi-Fi which is not free, the pool hours. When asked at check in if there were any discounts Good Sam, etc., she said no. Later while using the lobby PC to check e-mail I overheard another person ask a different person at the desk the same thing, and they said yes they honored Passport America. We then made the adjustment to our bill. It is a beautiful park and would stay here again.
Very nice campground, super wide roadways, large level pull thru gravel sites. Wi-fi worked very well, and the laundry was very clean and the machines worked great. It had an indoor swimming pool but didn't get to use it but it looked clean and well maintained. Nice folks at the office. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park, office staff friendly, it has a store and a cafe that sells breakfast and dinner. The food we had was excellent and economical, worth the stay for the food. Sites are level, gravel with some shade. TV is minimal, just two stations and that is iffy. Campground seems to be well maintained, and very close to I-10 access. We would definitely stay here again.
The park is well maintained and the staff was friendly and helpful. While here the staff was trimming trees with a Hi-reach man lift, keeping the limbs trimmed high enough for bigger rigs. This is something I wish all campground owners would do. The pool was clean and heated a plus with night time temps on the cool side. The wifi worked well with no problems. On Friday and Saturday they have a breakfast and dinner on site at a chuck wagon. The sites are crushed stone, roads are paved. The sites are large enough for most rigs and the campground is kept clean.
The sites are concrete pads with blacktop roads throughout. The sites are large and the campground is well maintained. There seemed to be a fair number of permanent work campers, but plenty of sites for travelers. The laundry area was nice and clean with good working machines. There is an active train track nearby but didn't seem to be that noticeable. The breakfast is a plus something that you normally see at motels. This is the second time here and would stay again, as it is just off I-10 with plenty of restaurants nearby.
This is a nice park located near Tampa area, Bradenton, and Sarasota. We stayed here for a month and toured the beaches up and down the coast. The sites are packed sand and shell with a concrete pad for sitting. The roads are paved, it has a heated swimming pool, laundry has 5 washers and dryers in good cond. The staff is very friendly and they offer many get togethers for breakfast and entertainment. One drawback was the no see-ums that came out mostly at night when there was no wind, I guess being near the river may have something to do with this. It is a great place to stay and will stay here again.
This is a wonderful place to stay, located within walking distance to the French Quarter. Taxi service to and from the front gate is available. The sites are large brick paved areas with room for your vehicle on an adjacent pad. The roadway is wide, the entrance is gated with security codes for access. It has a excercise room, small unheated pool, and a hot tub, laundry facilities were like new. The CG is located right next to I-10 overpass but didn't notice the road noise at night. We would stay here again and again!
This is typical of many parks we have been in, a lot of old mobile homes and RV's taking up a large portion of the cg. That said, the sites up front were for travelers and for the most part were good sites. We had one that we had to back into, the road was a bit tight and on a slope. It was a gravel site and even though it had rained a lot the site was fairly dry. The gentleman in the office was very friendly. We would stay here again if our travels came this way.
This is a decent place to stay especially if you are located in the back part of the cg. These are larger sites decent road access and more level. The site that we had was near the entrance and it was a pull thru, but it had a drop off in the front making it impossible to level rig as the truck tires kept spinning on wet grass and mud. We could not put out the slide either because we could not reposition the RV due to wet ground. We had to wait until another MH had to disconnect the towed before attempting to pull into their site. Very tight corner and narrow roadway. All in all the CG. is very nice for a stay but I would prefer to be in the back section especially if it had rained.
Very nice c.g. just off of Georgia 19. Nice level sites under the trees with wi-fi connection, and all hookups. Nearby to Thomasville historic area and plantations. The staff is very friendly and would definitely stay here longer if we were coming this way again.
This campground is old and needs much fixing up. That said it was ok for a two night visit while we toured Atlanta area. We almost didn't stay here because of the reviews. But the pull-thru area was more than adequate and it was well lit at night. We had 30 amp service, water and sewer with a AAA discount made the price $25 dollors a night. The people who are working in the area and staying on a semi-permanent basis were friendly and almost unnoticeable. I had to walk around the park to finally find someone to talk to and ask directions. I would stay here again.
I cannot believe anyone could rate this park as anything but poor. Granted once you are in your site it's not bad. Sites are concrete pad, and you are parked in a single file two rigs on a pad. The part that really is bad about this place is the way you get in. The road is dirt, approximately 1 mile from the office to the sites. It is the trip from hell going through the wooded areas, negotiating up and down hills through soft ground and stones. I thought I was going to get stuck on more than one occasion. Also having to make a 90 degree turn at the bottom of one hill trying to miss the trees and not take off my awning or the side of my trailer was enough to convince me I would never go here again!
Being close to Yellowstone Park is a plus, but the campground is so so. They only have 20 amp service and it was very hot when we were there, but couldn't use A/C. You could open the windows for ventilation but the dust from the wind was so bad the whole interior had to be wiped down and cleaned. Then they lost electric due to wind and rain which they could not tell us when it would be restored, so we left and moved on to the Teton area. The campground Ranch name seemed to imply a much better campground than the one we went to.
We stayed here for 10 days during Cheyenne days. It is close to town and convenient to the interstate as well. Two fuel stations are just a few miles away, very convenient. The sites are very nice with shade, fairly level and someone guides you into your spot. The campground phone is one I've never encountered anywhere before. You can make phone calls anywhere in the USA and they are free! Was very useful for checking back home, great staff, great location, what more can I say, try it you'll like it.
Park owners were very friendly, even offered to help to see why my wifi wasn't working on my laptop. They pointed out places in the area to sightsee and we stayed an extra day to visit the areas they told us. Very clean campground and the laundry area was first class. Would gladly stay there again if and when we pass through Wyoming.