Guess we missed it, but there were no water hook-ups at this campground. Luckily, we were able to fill up with clean water before we pulled into our spot. This must be a fairly new campground because there aren't a lot of mature trees, but the sites were pretty and you really had a lot of space, with a picnic table and fire pit. The park is wonderful, with great hiking and biking trails, as well as two beach areas on Lake Michigan. The great part was that one was a dog friendly beach! Got good TV signals with our antenna and the cell phone signals were also good. Tethered to our phone, the laptop got a great connection every day. We'd definitely stay here again.
If you want to stay in Milwaukee, this is about the only place unless you want to be way out of town. The sewer hook-ups are kind of weird. You have to park the opposite direction of your neighbor and you share sewer and electrical hook-ups. That means that the sewer hook-up was at the wrong end of our RV and too far away. We had to go buy a longer sewer hose. The bar across the street can be very loud until late at night on the weekends. Still, it wasn't bad and we met some really nice people.
This was a nice park, with very wooded sites that were nicely spaced. It's a great location if you want to step out of your RV and take a walk, either through the campground or right out into a hiking trail. Our TV antenna couldn't get any signals, so it was very quiet in the evenings. We also had a hard time with our phone tethered to the computer -- very slow download speeds. We'd certainly stay here again and it's just a beautiful area.
This RV park gets great ratings for the setting; it's just steps to see the fabulous Grand Tetons over Jackson Lake. Tall trees and the smell of pine make it a great way to start your morning with a cup of coffee. The downside was we got a call halfway through a 6 hour hike that we had parked in the wrong spot and needed to move because someone was waiting. Turns out they put the wrong directions and lot number on the map they gave us. We had to rush back and unhook, move and set back up again. Not what we wanted to do after a long hike. And we were unhappily surprised when we went for a shower that we had to pay $4 each. I couldn't find that anywhere on the website, but maybe it's standard in a national park.
Great park just outside the west entrance to Yellowstone and within walking distance to many activities and shopping. The showers, restrooms, and laundry were always clean, and they park was immaculate. Lots of kids running around, so it's very family friendly. Wi-fi was a little slow, so we tethered to Blackberry, and we were fine.
This is a nice campground, especially for families. hey have easy access and plenty of room for our 35 foot RV. The Wi-fi worked just fine, there are not a lot of cable channels. They have a really nice pool, hot tub and water play area for kids. Their dog run area was pretty small -- maybe 15'x15', but they were pretty dog friendly and ours had fun walking all over the campground, seeing the sights. We were only here for one night on our way to Yellowstone, but we would certainly stay here again.
This is a big park and it's pretty nice, but there were things lacking for it's price. The sewer hook-ups were way at the back of the site, which was kind of weird and hard to reach. While they do have Wi-Fi, you have to be in their clubhouse to use it, you can't get on at your site. They have several pet areas and a couple of dog runs. They're kind of long and narrow, but at least it's a place to take them. The lock on the back one was broken and the space between the gate and the side were big enough that my Cairn Terrier could have slipped right out. Access is easy and the sites are gravel with a concrete pad and picnic table. There seems to be plenty of room for slideouts. Although there are a number of long-term rigs, everything is in good condition. You're almost right next door to a Super Wal-Mart, so that's convenient for stocking up. There's some highway noise, but it didn't bother us. We'd stay here again, but might check with other campgrounds first to see what's available at a better price.
This was a great RV park that is close to Crater Lake and right at Diamond Lake. There is a very nice bike/walking path all around Diamond Lake and it's paved all the way. You can access the lake just a short walk from the RV park, as well as a casual pizza place and small store. I'd stock up on supplies before you get here though, because there's not a lot available in terms of groceries. Be sure to bring some movies, too, because we didn't have any TV. It wasn't too bad though, because it's great to just sit outside by the fire and enjoy the quiet. Lots of kids and people on bikes and walking, but it was fun to people watch. It quieted down by 9:00 p.m. They do have wi-fi but it was kind of slow. Overall, we really loved this place and stayed an extra night. Had to move to a different site on the last day, but since we didn't have reservations, that was fine with us. The staff were all friendly and helpful. We'd certainly come back here.
This park is kind of deceiving when you first drive up because there are so many permanent units everywhere. I can't see that they have as many RV spots as they advertise. The office staff was very nice though, and gave us a great, pull-thru space with info on the best way in and out. It was clean and really quiet -- hardly anyone around. The railroad tracks right behind us almost turned us off, but no trains run through at night. In fact, we didn't see a train while we were there. The sites are shaded with nice grass and gravel spots. We'd camp here again if traveling through.
This park was clean and well-maintained. They had beautiful grassy areas and it was very family-friendly. The drawbacks were the noise from the highway and the Wi-Fi didn't work too well unless you were close to the office. Great location to visit the sights in the Twin Falls area.
Although there wasn't much green in this park, we really liked our stay here. It was very clean and practically deserted. Well, it was late April in Tucson! The staff was friendly and efficient, even when we kept extending our stay. The sites were large and easy to get into for our 35' fifth wheel. We tried the dog run that they advertised, but it was overgrown with weeds and we were afraid that there might be snakes hiding that we couldn't see. There were also several holes toward the bottom of the fence that our dogs might have snuck through, so no dog run for us. If they just put gravel down instead of the dirt and weeds, it would be a big improvement. We would definitely stay here again.
This was a nice RV park, but very crowded and busy! We came in without reservations but were given a nice spot. The staff in the office were very helpful. The sites are fairly close together and the streets kind of narrow, but we didn't have any trouble getting our 35' fifth wheel maneuvered in. There were some pretty large rigs here, too. They have a gate to a nice walking path behind the park that runs along a river or canal. They call it a dogwalk but people use it for hiking and walking. It runs into a well-kept little park behind some state office buildings. We didn't have any problems with the area of town that the park was located in. There were no "undesirables" lurking around and we didn't hear of any crime taking place recently. The other half of the park is for full-timers. It's convenient to downtown and easy access to I-80. We'd certainly stay here again.
Really nice people who gave us a lot of info on the area and suggestions for drives and hikes. The sites were fairly easy to get into for our 35' fifth wheel. They had lots of new park models that are for sale and they're very well maintained and landscaped. Nice "streets" for walking and they are dog-friendly. The laundry was huge and very clean. Be aware that there is rabies in the area and they are warning everyone about it if you're interested in hiking in the national forest behind the campground.