Check in was efficient. The owner is very friendly. The sites are level with nice grassy areas. The entire campground is well maintained and groomed. We did not use the hookups although they were available at each site. The bathrooms were notable for their cleanliness. The showers were hot. The wifi was a bit slow. We camped with our dog and cat. The place is pet friendly. AT&T and Verizon signals were strong. Verizon has LTE service here. The nearby Dayville Cafe is must with excellent food, especially their homemade pies.
Rate reflects Good Sam Discount. This is a small, tidy campground with wide roads, paved slots for all the RV's, full hookups for all sites. Each site has room on the side to park a tow vehicle. Lots of pull-throughs. It is fairly pet-friendly (places to get bags, walk the dogs, etc), with a big field that is marked a dog exercise area. The park gives direct walking path access to the Evergreen Aviation Museum. The wifi is slower than we've had at other places, and our Verizon MiFi was also slow. Most of the spots are in the direct sun, except for sites 221-238, which have trees behind them. There was a bit of an odd smell when the wind blew from a certain direction (manure/fertilizer from farming operations nearby?). This may have been a matter of the season of farming. Not terrible, but noticeable. Wonderful access to dozens and dozens of wineries in the area. We would camp here again.
Rate reflects TT Discount. A very large park with lots of different options for camping (tent, yurt, rental cabins in addition to RVs. It is surrounded by beautiful old-growth forest. RV sites were rather tight (between each other) and tended to be short, but since it was after Labor Day we had plenty of slots to choose from. There is plenty of space right in the campground for running, biking, dog walking, hiking, There are also dozens of Mt. Hood area trails within a 15 minute drive from the park. We would stay here again.
What a treat! We stopped for a week and stayed for 2 months. We don't usually pay this much for a campsite, but everything about it was top notch. The campsites were level, large and paved. Each site had large grassy space to enjoy. There were lots of trees, making it a little tricky to get our Direct TV dish to work, but nothing encroaching on RV space and the shade was worth it. The park has a nice little spa, gym, and fenced pet play area (I wish that was a little larger). There was access to hiking/dog walking trails on back edge of the property. There was easy access to all the activities Bend has to offer. The office folks were accommodating and friendly. Although you can hear the trains pass by not far away, we found it to be a very quiet, pleasant campground.
Stayed here for 3 months while working on a temporary contract. Our level, 50-amp, full hook up site sat between two of the fishing ponds that gave us water views out of all of our windows. The campground manager was helpful, friendly, and accommodating. Although we didn't fish ourselves, we watched many sunsets as fisherman pulled in pretty large bass. We highly recommend this campground.
We stayed overnight on our way south down I-95. Very convenient to the interstate. The state park along the Long Island Sound is only 3 miles away for great access to the beach and a good sunset. The staff was friendly and had no problems with our site. The place was still a little crowded during October but it was a Saturday night.
Stopped by this campground on our way south on I-81 and were pleasantly surprised - friendly staff, well-kept grounds, convenient access to the interstate. We woke early to exercise and there's a nice 1/2 mile loop through the park like setting. We used the dump station on the way out and no problems there.
We arrived to friendly staff that accommodated our need for a clear sky (satellite). The campground is well-manicured and neat. Most of the campground appears to be seasonal campers that appeared to have headed south by now. The laundry room was very clean. This is a great campground for exploring the southern Maine coastal towns and beaches. There are many exceptional restaurants in the area. Would definitely stay here again.
Great beach accessible campground near the delightful town of Newburyport, MA. We had some difficulty with a blown electrical outlet, but the electrician came out on a Sunday and fixed it. Otherwise, our stay was quiet and uneventful. If you like geocaching, there a couple of caches in the area.
We camped here after Labor Day and the "Big Rig" area was completely empty except for us. This section is relatively new and the owners appear to take pride in keeping it landscaped and neat. The sites are packed gravel and level. The Wi-Fi is limited to the office and laundry area. This area of Maine is great for exploring the various beaches nearby. Prices dropped in September.
This RV resort is separated from the main campground by a mile long gravel road. The resort is dominated by seasonal campers spread out over several loops built on the side of the hill. There were 2 saltwater pools, one for lap swimming and one for general use, located by the administrative building. The staff is very friendly and accommodating (we had a mail package delivered right to our door by the security personnel). The gravel sites are separated by boulders and foliage and offer some privacy. The hookups were fine. There are a number of very easy trails in the area they can be hiked or mountain biked. However, it is a mile long walk just to access these trails. Our AT&T phones did not have a good signal near our site.
We stayed at a site with full hookups and had no problems with the amenities. We were not able to pick up the Wi-Fi signal though. This is an excellent campground if you're looking to access the White Mountain National Forest. We hiked many of the trails in the area after only a 5 to 20 min. drive. The owners are very nice and professional. The roads in the campground are a little rough but passable by our 40 foot class A motorhome. The sites are separated from each other by foliage offering some privacy. The little town of Bethlehem is nearby with a terrific farmers' market and coffee shop.
This is a beautiful campground set on the side of a hill overlooking the rolling hills of Vermont. The campground is designed in a terrace style maintaining beautiful views. The grass is lush and unbelievable. The best grass at any campground we've been to. We rolled around in the grass on the side of the hill with our dogs and stared up at the clouds. We sure do miss that grass! There are a number of covered bridges in the area to see. Burlington and the Ben & Jerry's home office or a short trip away. The little pond at the campground makes for good swimming.
We very much enjoyed our two-week stay at this campground in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. It is a perfect launching point for hiking the many trails in the area. It is a small campground with limited facilities in terms of laundry, restrooms or showers. Your rig must be self-contained to stay here. This is a popular summer vacation area. Saranac Lake and Lake Placid or day trip away.
A very friendly, laid back campground in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Kayuta Lake Campground provided a nice shady and level site for our 40 foot class A motorhome. There appeared to be plenty of activities for kids with a rather large arcade room and a small beach on the lake. We like our particular site because it offered some privacy and green space on a pretty large area. We ran into some low voltage problems during our stay because of record high temperatures in the upper 90's. The owner was quick to respond to our concerns.
Our first impression was marginal, but this campground grew on us because its quiet, laid back environment. Our site sat up on the hill with many of the seasonal campers, with views of Cayuga Lake below. Sned-Acres was a perfect launching point for day hikes (Watkins Glen, Taughannock Falls), winery tours, and day trips to Ithaca and even Niagara Falls. The Wi-Fi is solid. We did run into low voltage issues when the temperature hit 100 degrees because everyone was running their A/C's. The pool is nothing to write home to mom about, but is passable. The campground has tons of open space away from campers where we let our dogs play ball off the leash. This was a big plus.
We enjoyed our stay at Buttonwood. Though we don't have kids, it appeared to be very family friendly on our July 4th weekend stay. The staff made sure all the kids were having a good time on a hayride and water balloon activities. We kayaked the Juniata River right from the access at the campground. Our site was fairly spacious and level. BEWARE of the third party source for Wi-Fi at this park. They charged our account without giving us access and we could not get a live person to provide technical or billing answers. The campground staff deferred to the third party company.
This is our favorite park to date after 4 months of full-time RV'ing. We had a 50 amp plus water (no sewer) site right on Lake Hammond with sunrises right on the lake. There's great short hikes up and around the park. The PA Grand Canyon Rails to Trail bike path is about 15 miles south of the park - very nice biking terrain. We had a problem with our 50 amp outlet and staff fixed it in short order. The camping store is small but has the essentials. We're heading north and may come back on our way back south.
Great campground location to visit the Amish area of Lancaster county. The CG is quietly located in a farming area yet convenient to the major thoroughfare and shopping areas. Outlet malls are a 10 minute drive in one direction, and Amish markets are 10 minutes in the other direction. The campground staff were very friendly and helpful. Shady and open sites are both available. We had an open site for our DirecTV. AT&T and Verizon both had strong signals. We took long walks just around the corner and down country lanes with farms and corn fields a plenty. An Amish family sells fresh produce and baked goods next door to the campground. We enjoyed our visit.
The actual premium RV site rate was $52 but they add a $8 amenity charge per person per night. The themed park was busy on the weekend with families and plenty of activities. We don't have kids so we opted for a site as far away from the pool area as possible. There's a nice short hiking trail around the perimeter of the park. The campground has plenty of staff buzzing around taking care of the place. The host was very friendly and helpful. WiFi was fine. I toured the Antietam National Battleground which is nearby. The entrance road is a little bumpy and could stand to be re-paved, but it's not limiting access.
Very professional staff that keeps a neat and clean campground that is conveniently located near shopping and medical facilities. We stayed for 14 days. Sites are spacious and level. Campground store has a nice selection of items, especially Ben & Jerry's ice cream. Pool and facilities were well kept and clean.