We camped here in a motorhome, and we were escorted to our site. Sites are wide and on pavement so easy to level. About 20 mins. from downtown. Staff were friendly and very helpful. Laundry was clean and not expensive. Pool was closed for renovation, but I was told up front when I made my reservation. Easy access to Hoover Dam. Would recommend for the convenience and price.
Great place to stay to visit Bryce Canyon. The owners are so friendly and knowledgeable about the area. This is a very small campground right outside the small downtown and approximately 20 miles from Bryce Canyon. The sites are gravel, pull through but easy to level. The restrooms/showers are so clean, and they have a large laundry.
This is a happening place which seems to be a central location for ATV/OHV and bicycle enthusiasts. That did not cause any problems though, ie noise. Our site was dirt but no problem leveling our rig. Sites are also fairly close but no more than any other campground in the area. It is located 10 miles north of town but close to entrances to both national parks. Staff friendly and helpful. Would recommend if visiting national parks. We stayed here 3 nights.
We stayed here 2 nights, and that would probably be the limit I would stay. The campground was adequate, but the sites were very tight unless you were fortunate to get one of the pull throughs. We were in a 35' motorhome and there was no room to park our vehicle in front. If you were to use your picnic table, you would be sitting next to your neighbor's sewer/water hook ups. The owner was very nice and knowledgeable about the area suggesting things to do. There is a great walking/biking trail that follows the river about 1/2 mile away. There is no laundry but there is a laundromat a block away. Great little restaurant about 1/2 mile away - Sonya's. Lots of places to eat and shop about 5 miles from campground.
Super nice campground and park. The sites all had cement pads and leveling was easy. Our site #25 was a pull thru and long and wide. All sites are in a wooded area that has great shade. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The dump station is on the way out and very accessible. The main attraction - the waterfall was very easy to get to and beautiful. The campground is only 6 miles from town if you need groceries. We only stayed one night but would have definitely stayed longer if time had allowed. The rate reflects senior rate.
This campground was sufficient for one night in the area and the price was definitely night. It is close to downtown; about 2 miles. Seems to be a lot of long time campers - probably working in the area. There are NO amenities, not even bathhouse or restrooms.. Was concerned about security but was not an issue at all. There is no staff as you go by the chamber of commerce to pay your fee, which is only a couple of miles away. If you in the area and just need an overnight stay, it works, since the closest campground is 40 miles away.
We picked this campground for the proximity to downtown and shopping, ie groceries, etc. The campground is about 15 min drive to downtown, depending on traffic, which can be heavy. Even though the road was nearby, traffic noise was minimal. There is a paved walking/biking trail accessed from the back of the campground, which goes all the way into downtown. Each site has its own large trash can for your trash...no walking to a dumpster. The staff were very nice and helpful. Sites are dirt but no problem leveling and our site, #32 was quite large. Cannot comment on Wi-Fi as we used our own personal hotspot. Would definitely stay here again.
The campground is not very large, but the sites are spacious with concrete pads, so leveling was fairly easy. We stayed in site 15, and there were no campsites on either side of us. The manager who checked us in was very friendly. The park doesn't have a lot to do as far as recreation but was a good place to relax. Did not use the laundry but noticed they only had one washer & dryer which did not look very usable. The park is about 6 miles from the town of Tupelo for groceries, gas, etc. We stayed here for one night.
This is definitely the ultimate in camping luxury. The campsites are individually owned and then rented out for the owners by Bluewater. Paved sites, immaculately landscaped and most (as ours was) have tiki huts with furnishings. Gated and accessed with a code given to you when you arrive. Staff were very friendly and accommodating. Within 14 miles of Key West. May be pricey but worth the extra. Would stay here again for sure.
Out of the way campground which caters to lots and lots of fishermen, since this is the premier fishing location in Florida. The site was dirt, large and shady but not easy to level the RV. Not very close to any major shopping areas. The town of Wabasso which had grocery and drugstores was 15 miles away. There is an Italian Restaurant north of the campground - Rosetti's - which is excellent. Dogs are allowed but cannot go on any of the beaches, as in all Florida state parks. The restrooms and showers very clean and spacious. Great paved biking/walking trail on Hwy. A1A out of the campground. Would stay here again.
Location great for access to water and Marathon. We had oceanfront site that we pulled into so we had clear view of ocean from our front window. Open oceanfront area at tiki hut for great sunsets. It was awesome. Bathroom/showers small but clean and adequate. Staff very friendly and helpful. Site is dirt but had no problem leveling the RV. Would stay here again.
Very easy to find and near Daytona Beach. Staff were very friendly. Campsite is dirt and root-bound so it was hard to level the RV. Unfortunately, we also ended up camped over an ant hill that decided to take up residence with us. Would stay here again if in the area.
This campground is laid out very nicely with large, shady sites that are level and wide. Most sites have grassy areas in front of the campers. The laundry room was very large and immaculate. There was a large community room in the laundry building with a huge screen TV. The campground is very convenient to downtown Missoula which is a lovely town with neat stores and restaurants. Our biggest complaint was the construction site next door which started early and ended late. Unfortunately, our campsite was the last row right next to the construction and we could not move because the campground was full. There were campers here that seemed to be using the campground for their base camp while working in the area, but did not cause a problem. The campground landscaping was beautiful with flowers, fountains and green grass, which the staff really worked to keep that way. We liked this place well enough to camp here twice within 2 weeks.
One of the best campgrounds we have stayed in. In fact, we originally planned to stay there only 2 nights but liked the park so much, we stayed 7 days. Our site was level with grass in front and very large. Our hosts were superb from the owner to all of the staff. They were very accommodating when we decided to extend our stay and worked with us so as not to have to move around. When we needed someone to care of our dog while we went to Yellowstone, they found someone for us right away; we didn't have to look for someone on our own. The laundry room and restrooms/showers were immaculate. The only drawback was being 35 miles from Yellowstone but the drive was pleasant and scenic, so not a real problem.
Great campground! Very large and divided into different camping areas. We stayed in the Island area which was perfect. In fact, we decided we had the best site (no. 247) in the entire campground. The sites are some of the largest we have ever seen in a campground and level. The Island area is not close to the office, pool, bathhouse, or laundry and does not have cable TV. Just need to be aware if you have those needs. They have a pancake breakfast every morning which is cheap and delicious. The rate may be high but we thought it was well worth the extra bucks. The campground is conveniently located to many area attractions including Custer State Park and Mt. Rushmore. We stayed here 5 nights and would stay longer if we were not headed elsewhere.
This is a small but nice campground located on Blue Lake. The site was just the right size and level. They did ask that you not put out outdoor rugs on the grass which was everywhere and since it had rained it was slightly muddy. The Lewis & Clark State Park was only 2 miles from the campground which is great to bicycle to and ride around. There were some permanent sites but not too many. The area was located beside a soybean field and away from traffic noise. We stayed 2 nights.
One of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed in. Large level sites, beautiful landscaping, friendly staff, and quiet. We stayed only one night to visit close by Cumberland Falls Resort Area. We stayed here in a motorhome and would definitely stay there again if in the area.