Sites are close together, the hookups are at the back so can be a long run. This park is in the middle of nowhere so a over night stay is fine. Rate is Passport America. My site was just feet from a road but I had no traffic noise. Would not advise taking a walk through the neighborhood.
Not a hard park to find. Very neat and clean paved roads and site. I think that it is over priced for what they have. My site was paved but not level, no cable TV, and no sewer. I was in the front loop so when you dump you have to pull forward then back around a building to turn around to get out. They do have security at the front gate and gate to RV park also closed at night.
This park is out of town and very quiet, paved roads, gravel sites that are huge. Easy in and out. My rate Passport America. The Horse Track behind the campground is closed so it makes a great place to walk. We arrived when office was closed so we picked a site. Would return.
This park has paved roads easy check in friendly staff. They also have some weird site arrangement in the area I was parked in. My site didn't look like a site I was parked in a south direction another RV pulled about 2 feet from my slide facing a north direction. They take you to your site thank goodness. They some how make it work with no problem getting out of your site which is dirt.
I will agree with other post of this campground. We had a site next to the main highway so it had a lot of vehicle noise and heavy foot traffic on the sidewalk in front of the park. The grass area in front between the sidewalk and road was the dog walk area. I would stay here again.
Not a bad RV park neat clean with gravel roads. Sites are not level front to back or side to side. The park has a lot of rules that are over enforced by the owner. It is a good overnight stop. It is quite with very little road noise at this time there is a great deal of road construction on the main road to the park. The roads inside the park are tight if you are over 37 feet.
The park is not open unless you stay for 3 months at $880 a month. If you pay that price for this park you are insane. The Wi-FI is so weak it is useless. No cable TV, no satellite TV, no 50amp, weak 30 amp that kicks breaker all the time. The park has a dirt road running by it; some site's are 10 feet from that road; it is very dusty. Only one person stayed a month the owner would not let him have a site because he had a tent so she put him near a mosquito hole behind some of the buildings on the property. The park is not open until around May 15 for full hook up; until then you only have power. Owner has an RV rental company on site so the campground is very old and run down and basically closed to the public.
The park is a paved parking lot with lined out space's very close together. The electric hook up look new and good 30 amp power. It was a over flow for the large park that was booked. The park is OK for overnight it is next to a river with beautiful views. The restrooms also looked new and clean. You are in the middle of the wilderness so campgrounds are limited. I would stay here again.
This park is a fish camp on the weekends. We had a river site with 50 amps, the river view is beautiful. The road to the park from main road is paved a bit narrow with a few low hanging tree limbs. The road turns to dirt at park entrance as is the rest of the park. The sites are small with 7 river sites. The staff at the park are nice but this is a fish camp with little to no camping rules. If you don't mind some redneck fisherman on the weekend this is a cheap place to stay with great views.
Nice park set back off major highway. The park interior roads are wide gravel. The sites are about average size the river site we had was easy to back into it was gravel with a concrete pad. The park has a lot of seasonal campers on site most were empty when we were there. The staff is very nice.
The pros about this park the hookups are new the water comes from a spring in the cave, they have 240 acres to walk if you like walking up and down steep hills with views, this is your park. The staff are very nice and no seasonal campers. The cons: the roads are dirt/gravel and are very dusty, the back in sites are very close together and small, during the day you have construction noise, dump trucks driving by your site as they are building more sites- they look nice and big. I think $35 a night is high for what they have at this time, which is a place to park. The sites are gravel and it takes about 2 blocks under the down hill side to make level. I do like the park it is in a great location. We would stay here again after the building has stopped.
This is a nice park with the exception of section C. The sites in this section are very tight. The check in check out gate is narrow on top of a 10% grade hill, you have to pull down the hill about 100 feet park then walk back up. The river site we had was nice gravel and level. There are so many seasonal trailers it would be easier to count the open sites. The river is crystal clear with ducks and other wildlife. We also had cell service with Verizon. We would return.
This is a nice park not a 40$ a night park. The sites are gravel but are not level. I should not see very old run down trailers as permanent residents in a 40$ a day park. The back in sites are close together. The staff is very nice and helpful I called about low water pressure problem with park they fixed it immediately. The roads are paved with a steep grade and sharp turn on the way up to the top sites they are the only sites for short times stays. Lots of wildlife like deer seen daily. Park is in a nice location.
The roads are gravel the sites are grass and gravel. The hookups on our site were at the very back of the site it took a 30' and a 12' sewer hose connected end to end to make the run also same for water the power cord was fine. I had to back up so my trailer door was just on the concrete pad. It looked like all sites were taken by seasonal people only the row we were on at the front of the park was empty. The electric is also metered.
Very nice park along the river with a ferry crossing inside the park. The park has a lot of seasonal campers they have all the river sites the only sites they don't have are the club sites that is where we stayed. The staff and people who live in the park are very nice. Main road in park is paved loops are gravel sites are grass.
This park is a open field type with no trees around the sites. The park has a lot of new sites all sites are gravel. The owners are very nice and try to please. We were told to ride around and choose a site.
The new pull through sites are huge but they don't have sewer yet. We did get to move to a full hookup when it came open. The park has a lot of nature trails you can walk, ride a bike or golf cart. The roads inside the park are dirt with potholes most of the time. There are a few tight turns because of trees. (800) 343-7855
Park is a dump. The worst I have seen in 17 years of camping. The entry driveway is about a 8% grade narrow with potholes. The photos of the rv sites on the web site are the seasonal sites not available to short term stays.The sites for short term stay no 50 amp no sewer hookup, some of the wire for electric box hookups just a bare wire laying on the ground or nailed to trees. On one to check you in upon arrival. I saw owner a day after I arrived and complained about the park not matching website and the electric wires.Owner ask me to leave the park he also charged my credit card for a week stay.
Good park you can hear the lions roaring next door at the wildlife park. Big pool, paved roads you can wash your rv and vehicle with permission from the office. The only thing I don't like about KOA is the sites are small.