This is a nice family oriented campground. We have stayed here several times over the last few years. The campground is rustic & has a feel of really being in the mountains. You can see moose wandering through the campsites. The staff is helpful and friendly. This is a very popular campground in July and the summer weekends. You need to make reservations in advance. We were lucky to get in for a few days because of a cancellation. Tip: plan ahead! Their ph# is 970-627-8502 & map location is further north & not on Shadow Mt lake.
This is a wonderful family campground close to outdoor activities of Rocky Mountain National Park and the village of Grand Lake. The campground & restrooms are spotless. There are Moose, Elk & Fox wandering thru the campground in the evenings.The new owner & his staff are very friendly & helpful.
From the check in it is apparent that this CG is all about how much $$$ they can get from you. Their dinky pool was closed for the season but they were not about to charge off season rates. It's on the main drag hence lots of car/truck, train, and even airplane fly over noise. No kidding - heard them all. Then their office staff is generally rude - like everyday for them is a bad day. We were in their 70' pull through and I could reach out the window and touch the rigs on both sides. They even wanted to charge an extra $5.00 for our "chase" car. They do offer a good WiFi connection. They do have a tour office to see the falls next to the office and they get good reviews. Other than that, we'd avoid this CG for the future.
Park is actually in Milford, NY - about 6 miles from downtown Cooperstown. Nevertheless, nice quite, rural park. We were given off season rates. Family owned / operated and they are very pleasant. .25 cent pay showers. Verizon cell barely worked, Altel didn't. Come with long sewer hose etc... as hook ups are well back in the sites. They have 11 cabins and lots of tent sites. In summer they run baseball camps hence the major league and little league field on grounds. Suggest call for space 800-726-7314. if you're a big rig. We are 39' 4 slides. We'd camp with them again. # of sites is a guess as they have approx 24 tenting sites on their 300 acres.
Really nice CG. We were lucky to get in as the Blue Angels are skeduled to perform two days after we hooked up ( 200,000 projected in to see the show ). Grassy sites easy access but not level. Have boards to do the job. There was a CG full of summer camp kids when we arrived but no prob. They have a tennis course, fields so you can walk your pets, access to the tidal areas ( makes for interesting kayaking but maybe bug repellent is in order just in case ). The owners couldn't be nicer. A phone call is in order as closing is dependent upon weather. See their web site. We're in a 4 slide/39' 5th wheel and we had plenty of room as did our 38' MH traveling companions. This would be a nice place to stay for a week or longer as there are lots of things to see in the area.I t's right off of RT 1 - the main tourist trap. The fact that on 12 Sept and we caught off season rates was wonderful.The Wiscasset airport is very close but their traffic is light to moderate and we heard NO planes when it got dark. Comparable area CG's charge MUCH more this time of year.
This is a nice little park that we stayed at for three days. Owned by a delightful lady (Kay) who operates it with her equally delightful daughter (Joyce). Sites are small but maybe because of the location and type camper it attracts, it isn't of great concern. You are within 2 miles of Peggy's Cove and about three miles in the other direction is the Finer Diner. Try their fish and chips - excellent. Their water has a slight taste to it but you are right on one of the many coves so just make sure your water filter is relatively new.There is shopping and fuel about 13 miles up route 333. We would be happy to stay here again. Only gave it a 8 because of no cable, no WiFi, no 50 amp and so-so water quality. Other than that, it's a 10.
One would think that camping here in mid Sept when the park was 3/4 empty that out of season rates would be in effect. Not here! They charge extra for each dog and for each person beyond the two adults. Sites are not wide and not level. It is a tilted field of gravel and grass. Their WiFi was fine but as I said, there we not many campers so not much of a draw on the WiFi system. It is about two miles away from stores and restaurants and not a park that we'd recommend for more than a stopover site. Only had 30 amp available and given the above info, this was one of the most expensive campgrounds we found in the northeast provinces. They charge for their magnetic gate pass (10.00) but they do refund it if you remember to return it.
This campground has a great view of Bras D'Or and Seal Island Bridge from all sites. Campground is located on Trans Canada Highway 105 & easy to get to all the sights on the Cabot Trail, Cape Breton, and Fortress Louisbourg. Also within 15 miles of the Newfoundland Ferry. Friendly staff & very clean restroom and laundry areas. Also, has cabins & good tent camping.Does have modem, but would benefit from WiFi.
Very accommodating staff ( the gate person is the staff ). Not much to do at the park. Pool closed when we were there and their showers were being renovated. Sinks/commodes were in clean working shape.We did get a satellite signal but had to park in the lower water/elec area only. No sewer. This area also was not level and they had some water/ soggy site problems. They have a restaurant ( Red Barn ) about 1/2 mile away. The Bell Museum and downtown Baddeck is about 10 minutes away. Worth seeing. They now have competition across the street but we stayed here because we are Coast to Coast Members and the 8.00 per night price was hard to pass up.
Very friendly & helpful staff. WiFi is available for a charge. At our site could not get satellite to work because of trees. A lot of seasonal campers with trailers permanently on site. They do have a pull through area for short term RVs. The truck stop within a couple of miles at the interstate had a great cafe. This is a Good Sam park.
Nice CG but electric service was low and my surge protector clicked off several times and so running the A/C was something of a challenge. Was crowded and sites are close but the camp is active and the staff/owners go out of their way to accommodate the campers. Wi-Fi worked well within my camper but we could not use the satellite dish because of the overhead trees. Their TV hook-up worked but not well. Nice pool, nice hot tubs and tubing on the river is a plus. Very nice family CG. We would stay here again but not during peak season.
This campground is becoming an ownership RV park. Their web site is very misleading as to the current condictions. The spots are small, but high tide view are great. It was cool while we were there so only a few bugs. We enjoyed biking from the park to main part of the island. Life is slow and easy going on Cedar Key. We enjoyed our 10 days.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members, but were only given a site in their overflow area 30amps/water (there were full hookup sites sitting empty). This is a beautiful campground, but felt like we were 2nd class citizens coming in on a coast to coast deluxe membership. We looked to be the only "live campers" in the park, most of the spots were filled with empty ownership RVs. We were told that they had a storage lot, but looked like the RV spots were being used for storage. Doubt that we will make the side trip to stay here again.
Place is pricy but lacks for nothing. Level, cement pads with full hook up. WI-FI avail at office and pool area. Two pools, 3 tennis courts, shuffleboard area, hot tub and showers/rest rooms at these facilities and could be a bit of a walk to them depending on where you're parked. We were 39' w/4 slides and PLENTY of ROOM for rig and tow vehicle. Great tennis matches each morn - just show up. Lots of planned activities. Golf is exec course ( holes average about 120 yards w/water and wood hazards but price ( 15.00 for 9 ) is right/good for the area. People very friendly. Better deal is to come and stay longer than a week. The place is mostly long term renters or owner occupants. We enjoyed our stay.
Park now under new management. They have improved the boat docks (3) and improved bath houses. They still have lots of full season campers ($2340.00) for the season/260.00 per month ) for their season 4Mar - 27Nov. These seasonals (over half the sites) need to be monitored & required to cleanup their sites. The new management plans to upgrade the sites & make them all full hookup. Right now the water sources are shared & there are long hoses running thro the park. This park will be a 10 if all the upgrades take place. This park is located on Tellico Lake about 1hr south of Knoxville.
Golden Age card got us a river site for 9.00 per night with W & E. Otherwise is 16.00 / full service is 18.00. Spacious sites. 176 total. Mostly back-in. Lots of wildlife at dusk: deer, racoons, squirrels, rabbits. The TennTom waterway (river) has lots of very large barges and tugs moving on it. If there's a drawback it is that they don't do a great job of marking the way to the entrance. Sites are level cement slabs: max length 65 feet. We did have a minor problem with ants trying to come into the coach via the water hose, elec cable and anything that touches the ground. Seasoned campers said sprinkle Comet cleaner or Severin around the ground points and on the hose and cable and that should stop them. There is a wonderful welcome center with sternwheeler and an antebellum replica home not three miles away. Suspect it'd be great fishing. They have a fish cleaning shed. We'd camp here again: especially when everyone has gone back to school/work. We had it pretty much all to ourselves.
The park is now called Hollywood RV park. Their golf course (The Bridges ) will be nice and expensive and is supposed to open on 18 Oct 06. They have a pool but it's at the hotel - that's where their wi-fi connection is also. They only have one small shower facility and three washers and dryers - not enough for a campground with approx 100 campsites. The sites are all 50 amp, paved with cable TV. It's very clean and the water sites look out on a backwater brackish canal system. Some sites are shaded. They have a covered pavilion in the park with tables. Each site has a square permanent table with seating on four sides and a charcoal grill. There's a nice 10.00 breakfast or lunch. The evening meal is more. There's plenty of gambling and transportation on regular intervals to and from the campground. The welcome center is where you can get free tours of the Stennis Space center and it's worth the price. Our price of 25 was a group price - we had eleven fifth wheels for the week. Good CG if gambling or high priced golf is your thing. Otherwise, not that much to do. Everything in the general area is still wiped out.
We took friends advice and stopped at the Red Shoes RV Park. It was advice well taken. This park has everything...swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball, horseshoes, shuffleboard & good bike riding. The casino has several good places to eat, Faustos & Roys in Kinder serve outstanding meals at reasonable prices. The golf course is $65 before 3pm & $45 after 3pm. The resort has 96 RV sites & 100 Chalets for rent.
This is a large ( 202 sites ) park with a nice pool and friendly people. They keep the grounds well mowed but their one male and one female bathhouse was marginal as they had a renovation sign up on both sides of the one house. Also the bath house and the one set of dumpsters were a lengthy hike from most (ours included ) sites. Lake Conroe was WAY WAY down so there was no beach and boat launching unless you wanted to wade through the weeds. Their boat dock was an eyesore but the low lake levels is nothing they can control. Nice pool, fair miniature golf and tennis courts but a good stopover park enroute to a destination.
Good location to see the sights in Santa Fe. Staff very helpful in giving directions. Have a wonderful walking path around park for your pets. WiFi only works in the main office & slow if not in just the right spot. Can see I25 at a distance from park, but no road noise. Park sits on hill with great views. Santa Fe is growing towards the park & new condo/house development going in right below the park.
Ok for overnight stay, but nothing special. Thought park over priced for what they had to offer. Over half the park is long term units. Area did not have allot of parks to choose from. Not any real good area to walk your dog.
Nice park & good place for a couple on nights while seeing the sights in Taos. Park has new owners so hope they are able to keep the same level of service. Park has nature trail for walking your dogs, but watch out for the cactus.
Older park with allot of permanent older units. Has limited 50amp connections & no pull thros. Park does have clean laundry & recreation hall with pool table & big screen TV.Very small, but clean bathroom area. Park is located on LBJ Lake with boat ramp & dock. The lake is not pretty & we didn't let our dogs swim in it. Tho folks in park said there is fishing. The sites are level & was fine for a layover while we visited friends in the area. Staff was friendly & helpful.
Very clean park with friendly staff. The owners have recently sold the park. The new owner will be taking over by the end of Sept 2006, hope they keep the same high quality. There are to good small cafes in town La Familia & Sunshine Bakery.
This is a great campground and worth choosing to visit. Easy access to I-70, but far enough off the interstate so there is no traffic noise. Restrooms & laundry are very clean as is the entire park. Even their barbeque grills were spotless. The owners are very helpful, work hard at making it first rate and it is easy to see why the park is a KOA award winner. They have a pool, a horseshoe pit and a nice miniature golf course on the grounds. The town of Goodland is small, but there are several good restaurants. We'll come by again to camp.
Like their sign, the place is old, tired and fading. Sites are gravel and uneven. Pool was filled with rainwater and and needed some attention. No nets seen on the tennis courts which were in bad shape. Restrooms and showers were clean but showed rust and in need of a paint job. Our site was close to the road very noisy well into the night and early in the AM. The office staff was friendly and helpful but the owners need to just fix up the place. The sign over the office says Timberline Resort but ought to say an OK Place for a One Night Stopover. There are lots of restaurants and shopping opportunities within an easy drive of the campground