The park is on the outskirts of Quebec. It is a typical KOA campground with smaller sites that are close together and lots of kids. We needed to run the electric under the unit to get a 30 amp, plug but water and sewer were on the correct side. We had a spot that was near/under a tree and that made it a pleasant place. Staff was efficient and courteous, offering helpful hints and tips. The W-iFi was terrible. Unreliable and spotty at best. Also beware, there is only one English speaking radio station (PBS) and no English speaking TV. Bring lots of CDs if you are so inclined. Quebec itself was very nice. We found the folks friendly and pleasant to deal with. Dining out at a good restaurant is very expensive but then again you get what you pay for. Fuel prices are also up there so plan your routes carefully. We wouldn't hesitate returning if the occasion called for it.
This is an outstanding state park. One of the best I've camped at in the northeast. The sites are spacious and wide open. Unfortunately, as in many state area's, you must go through ReserveAmerica which slaps an additional $10.00 fee on the charge bringing my 2 day total to $49.00 (still very reasonable). There are water and electric hookups available but searching for them with ReserveAmerica is virtually impossible. They are in the Beach Road area. The beach is on Long Island Sound with lots of room. I expect it is quite full on weekends. Lots of kids, no pets and very well maintained. Get off 95 at exit 62 for direct access. Visit picturesque towns along US1. Enjoy!!
We found this to be an excellent campground. Clean and very well maintained. Like the name says more a resort. They offer a wide variety of activities for young and old. The campground is located between Old Orchard beach and Portland. Kittery is also in striking distance. We were a bit concerned about the report that space between sites was tight but found ours quite comfortable. We did do a survey of other areas and sites and found them to be smaller than ours but again, not as cramped as many KOA's. We were here in the early fall and so got a reduced rate. We would stay here again, but will need to watch the rates when we do.
This is a well maintained, picturesque campground. The permanent sites are removed from the transient ones. There was good space between sites, more than at a KOA. Wi-Fi was spotty at best. OK in the AM or late PM, but almost non-existent during the day. No cable TV hookups, but good off the air reception. Would recommend highly and definitely return.
We stopped here in an emergency on a Sunday. The staff was friendly and helpful. This is an excellent campground with overnight sites right against the lake. The scenery is spectacular and the lake calm and serene. Internet service is $2.00 for 24 hours with extended rates available. I would highly recommend this campground if you are looking for peace and relaxation. Absolutely would stay here again.
This is an excellent state run campground. It is clean and very well maintained. The drawback is the out of state rate. We paid nearly $60.00/day with NO HOOKUPS. Additionally, reservations must be made through ReserveAmerica another costly item.We came from Connecticut Via the Throgs Neck Bridge, Clearview Expressway, Long Island Expressway, and Sunrise Highway without any problems. The campground is located at the far eastern end of the south fork. There is easy access to the Hamptons, South, East, and Bridge. If you are in a sightseeing mood, go up to the north fork and visit the wine country. Again, if you are exploring, visit the Lobster Grille on the 29 bypass just east of Peconic Bay (Southampton). Excellent views, food and dining at a reasonable price.
This is our favorite campground in the Lancaster area. The sites are level, well spaced, clean and very well maintained. The only up-charge when we were here was for cable TV, $4.00. You are in the center of Amishland within easy striking distance of the outlets and farm country. The campground itself is shaded and peaceful backing up against a large farm. A really great pick in this part of the country.
This is an exceptionally well run, organized campground. The sites are well spaced, paved, and fairly level. The personnel are friendly and knowledgeable. There are more seasonal sites than daily or weekly, and normally we would not stay at a campground with this mix; however, the daily sites are grouped separately from the seasonal's making for a pleasant stay. (It has been my experience that campgrounds with a high ratio of seasonal sites tend to be raucous and cliquish). Definitely a good pick.
The Nashville KOA is still undergoing repairs so sites may be limited. The office staff is mostly younger but they are enthusiastic and helpful. Some of the turns may be tight for very big rigs. This is a typical KOA however with VERY TIGHT SITES. You really get to know your neighbor, what they eat and their tastes in entertainment. If going into Nashville, leave the car and take Jerry's shuttle. Inexpensive and reliable, call and they will pick you up and give you tips on entertainment, dining etc. In Nashville, consider DEMO's for dinner. One of the best values I have ever found. The Segway tour is also worth considering. Enjoy your stay.
This is an excellent pick for an ocean side/front campground. It is well maintained and staffed. The only issue was the Wi-Fi. Signal strength was not reliable and the bandwidth was insufficient for e-mail. I think the problem may have been the distance from the antenna and again the lack of bandwidth. I would also think twice about purchasing propane from AmeriGas. It may be convenient but it is expensive and they hit you with strange charges. But do go, stay and enjoy.
This is an excellent campground. It is clean and well maintained. The site was level and clean. We were at the top of the hill and had no difficulty getting up there or parking. The campground is just outside of Lake George Village. Highly recommended.
This campground is located hillside making maneauverability difficult. At the time we were here, the gate would not open with the code we were given and we could not contact anyone. The campground has just been sold and the current owner moving away. Many seasonal campers even when we were here. Closest campground to Pittsburgh. Definitely a must see city.
This is a former KOA. Sites are tight, roadways narrow, lots of seasonal campers and kids. Personnel were friendly and helpful offering to escort us to our site which was lakeside. Very wooded in the area we were assigned. Open in the front area. May or may not stay again.
Nice basic campground located adjacent to the Little River Casino. Concrete pads that are fairly level. Personnel is very helpful. There is an additional discount available if you get a casino courtesy card.
Outstanding, well run campground. We had a lakeside site that was just spectacular. This campground does not reserve the best sites for seasonal renters rather it makes them available for transients. Discounts available for the Mackinac Island Ferrys. This campground does not have laundry facilities. One of my all time favorites.
This campground is located next to a rail line and below the flight path for Toronto International. We extended our stay and the price fluctuates depending on who is at the desk. The campground is flat with few trees. I would however stay here again.
This is a mixed use campground. See previous reviews. However, please note that this is a mixed use facility with the good sites on seasonal rental. We as well as other weekend visitors were relegated to an open field with no shade. Hence the '7' rating. I recommend for spring and fall visits.
An excellent campground. As stated, the gravel roadways are narrow and steep. Not for inexperienced drivers. The campground is hidden at the end of the street. It is very clean, family friendly and well kept. The pull through sites are very nice with a picnic table and fire ring. They are fairly level although we needed several blocks to level out. The weekend we were there they had just been through severe thunderstorms and a lightning strike. The cable TV suffered from it but that is not the fault of the campground. Lots of recreation, history and entertainment in the area including the Mt. Airy Casino. This campground is one of my top picks.