This campground is all gravel with rather narrow lots. The front area is without trees and there are only a few in the area close to the office. The grounds are in need of upgrading and the Wi-Fi is very poor. There is no cable, therefor I felt that the price was too high given the lack of quality. It was OK for a one night stay, since we were just passing through. We will choose another campground when coming this way again.
This is mainly a big rig park located about seven miles south of Santa Fe. All sites are gravel, some have a concrete patio, and most are level. The bathrooms and showers are superb, clean and modern. The location is quiet and it takes only a few minutes to get to downtown Santa Fe. It is also convenient to many other sites in the area including Los Alamos. Management is very helpful and is a great resource to what is in the surrounding area and how to get there. There is no cable TV but their are numerous 'air' stations available. We stayed for four days and would stay here again.
This is a small KOA but it is very well maintained, clean and quiet campground. It is conveniently located off I-40 (east of Oklahoma City) with friendly and helpful staff. We stayed here one night would stay here again.
We stayed in this park for one month. It is in a beautiful location over looking the Puddingstone Reservoir. There are multi levels in the park, going from the top of the ridge to the reservoir. The park is green in this desert area, with the assistance of an underground sprinkler system. The downside is that your RV gets sprayed and the California sun bakes spots into the finish. Therefore, you should dry off the RV before the sun damages the finish. There is a small problem with skunks, which are numerous. You hear people at night clapping their hands to frighten the skunks. We simply watched our step in the evening. One problem we found in the 'B' area. There are 6-7 sites where the voltage drops frequently. This was explained to me by a maintenance man. We asked to be moved because we could not run our A/C. The SurgGuard on our coach would trip every five minutes. Management was helpful and moved us to an alternate site. There is a busy small aircraft airport on the east side of the park. It can be noisy, but I enjoyed watching the planes take off! One caution. The cable TV system in the park has three Showtime channels that, on occasion, show semi-adult movies. We were shocked to see this in a family-oriented park. The 'F' word also seems to be the word of choice on these channels. Even with the small issues we encountered, we enjoyed our stay and would stay there again.
This park is located about one mile southeast of I-40. It contains all gravel level sites. There is very little shade but there is a very nice pool. The management was very attentive and the park is well maintained and clean. We would stay there again.
This is a very nice park just off I-40 and just across the expressway from a large Camping World. The park just expanded to add a large number of big-rig pull-throughs. Unfortunately, the new sites are not very level because of storm run off (we suppose), even though the area has very little rainfall. The sewers were also placed incorrectly so you either don't use the sewer, add hose extensons or disconnect your towed vehicle. This area has no shade trees while the older section of the park does. There is a complementary breakfast in the morning and the staff are very helpful. We would stay here again.
This park is right off I-40 in Amarillo. It is clean and well maintained and has nice pull-throughs. Management is friendly and helpful. We had an electrical problem with our coach and they gave us the number of a mobile service that made an after supper call and had us up and running by 9 p.m.! We stayed there two nights in a 40 footer. We would stay here again.
This is a small, private campground which participates with Passport America. The sites are level and well spaced, and the grounds were well maintained. There is no cable TV but plenty of 'air' channels available. This is a fine one-night-stay park. We would stay here again.
This park is a Carefree RV Resort that participates with Passport America; therefore we were able to stay for half price for two weeks! This park is about three miles from Dade City, is well maintained with very friendly and competent management. There are many full time park models in the park (mainly from Michigan and Wisconsin) and all the residents were very friendly and helpful to those in RVs. The laundry facilities were clean and modern as was the pool. There were many activities available to us but we were in Dade City to work with Habitat for Humanity, so we were not able to participate. Cable is not available to short timers so we used our satellite system. Internet is available. Dade City is about one hour west of Orlando and 45 minutes NE of Tampa. We would definitely stay there again.
We have camped at this resort for the last 20 years and have always found the park to be meticulously well maintained. It is family friendly, pet-friendly, and close to Lake Michigan. Rest rooms and showers are always clean, all the staff are friendly and helpful, and Wal-Mart, Meijers, Lowe's and Home Depot are close buy as are a variety of restaurants. The park is quiet but there is an industrious railroad switching track behind the park that can be sporadically noisy. Poncho's Pond is within about six miles of Ludington State Park and Campground where there are several beaches, and great fishing on both Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake. The City of Ludington is within biking distance, offering a nice choice of small-town shops and restaurants. Memorial Medical Center, an excellent full service hospital with a 24 hour ER is within waling distance of the RV park.
This park appears to be a former KOA which is in process of expansion. It is gated, well maintained, has excellent Wi-Fi and cable, and provides easy access to I-75. The older part of the park has a mixture of manufactured homes and RVs. The newer section, where we were located, has large concrete pads with a small picnic table. Both back in and pull-through 50 amp sites are available. Park management is 'OK' but doesn't have the best people skills. The office, located on the street side of the park gate, has a small store with an adjacent laundry. It is available to the general public as well as park residents and guests. The down side to this park is that it backs up to I-75 so it is noisy! Even the most remote of the sites can still here the traffic noise. For bike riders, you will have to mount the bikes on the car and drive to several rails-to-trails bike paths within a 20 minute drive. We would probably stay there again.
This is a small park where most sites are grass with a concrete patio. The park is long and narrow with narrow roads; a bit tight for larger coaches. The park location is quiet and within an easy drive of all the retail stores you will need. Sidewalks outside the park are everywhere for bike riders. There is a nice pool. The park models are older but all are well maintained and clean. This is a very friendly park with residents who are willing to help with any issue. Management is ok but very low key. Residents formed an association and they plan all the activities. There is lots to do. Bonita Lake RV Park is not inexpensive, and you are clearly paying for the location close to all activities available in southwest Florida. Wi-Fi is poor, so bring a USB antenna for you laptop. We would probably camp here again.
We stayed at TGO for two weeks. The staff were all very helpful and courteous. The park was immaculate and the pools well maintained. There are many golf carts on the streets, but we acclimated to watching out for them with no problem. Riding our bikes through the park was great exercise. The outer road is about three and a half miles around. The location of the park is within easy driving distance to many of the coastal cities and sites. We plan on staying there next winter.
This is an small older KOA Campground recently taken over by new owners, according to the woman in the registration office. We were located in a pull-through site with no sewer hook-up. There were some newer pull-through sites, perhaps a dozen, that did have full hook-up. The bathrooms were very old and in need of repair. The shower heads barely sprayed any water (that should have been an easy 'fix' for the owners)! We will not stay there again until reasonable repairs are made.