Stopped here for an overnighter on our way to Maine. The lady in the office was very friendly and gave us a nice site where we didn't have to unhook. We were here off season and in the middle of the week, so it wasn't very crowded. During prime season, I'd imagine most sites would be really tight if your camper is longer than 25 ft. Nice place to stay if you are visiting Old Sturbridge Village.
Sites were all gravel with no trees, which was not a problem in September, but I'd be hesitant to stay in the summer with little shade. The park was a bit on the noisy side, but that is to be expected when staying in a city campground. Overall a good location to visit the Bay of Fundy and the Reversing Falls. Our stay was to short to take advantage of the zoo, golf course, or bike trails that are in the park. The signs for finding the campground could be better, but the proper GPS settings would do that.
We had one of the premium water front sites, which are water and electric only. The site was larger than normal, and the bay view was well worth sacrificing the sewer and cable hookups. We'd definitely stay here again if ever in the area.
Park looks a bit run down at the entrance, but once inside the sites are a nice size. We enjoyed the free admission to the walking tour of the Desert of Maine attraction, which is included in the fee. The sites are nicely shaded, but the roads are really narrow, which can make backing a long rv into the sites a challenge. Some of the hookups are not on the standard side of the site, so this may be an issue if you don't have a long electric cord and a long water hose. We'd stay here again if in the area.
We stayed here with 3 other families in the newly opened "big rig" area towards the front of the campground. The sites were probably the largest we've ever seen in a private campground. The bathrooms were spotless, with great water pressure and plenty of hot water. The staff was very friendly and the camp store well stocked. This is a very convenient place to stay if you are going to the Sight and Sound Theatre, as it is only about a 10 minute drive. Just be prepared for the traffic on Rt 30, which there is no getting away from while entering or leaving the campground. I've rated this campground an 8 out of 10 due to two issues. First, there is a lot of road noise coming off of Rt 30. On the weekday, this noise is all night long. There is also a business adjacent to the campground that opens relatively early in the morning (7 AM) and you get to hear the air ratchets and power tools.
We stayed here for a number of days in August. Compared to many of the campgrounds in the area, this one had plenty of shade trees. In fact, we didn't bother to put out our awning, and didn't miss it. The sites are on the small side, but the campground is within easy walking distance to the town center of Moab. The only downside of this campground was the road noise from highway that runs through town. The bathrooms were clean, and the laundry facility was well appointed. We'd consider staying here again next time we are in the area.
We stayed in a riverfront site for 3 nights in August. Very nice campsite, friendly staff, clean restrooms. We had a little difficulty getting unhitched, and a campground staffer was there immediately to assist, which was very much appreciated. In addition to the friendly staff, the campground also had two resident "mascots" in the form of two kittens that visited our site. This campground is definitely on our list of "must stay" places the next time we visit the area.
Easy access on/off I-70, this is a quiet campground with clean bathrooms and friendly staff. Long level sites sufficient to keep the camper hooked to the truck for a quick overnight stop. Sites had very little shade, but that is to be expected in this part of the country. Good place to stop for a quick overnight stay. As a bonus, there is a nice place to eat adjacent to the campground, that was easily walked to. We'd definitely stay here again.
This was our second stay at Brown County SP. We stay here to take advantage of the fantasic mountain bike trails within the park. The campground has nice size sites and clean bathrooms/showers. We will stay here again if visiting the area.
The road noise from I-70 and the nearby truck stop was incredibly loud, making it difficult to sleep. The staff was very friend.y had helpful and the bathrooms were clean. Don't know if we'd stay here again due to the noise.
Small sites, barely enough room for the tow vehicle to park with the trailer. Camper behind us was close enough to reach out and touch the the back. We thought based on the description that we'd be able to walk to Golden, not really possible as it is a distance from the campground. In addition people not staying at the campground had easy access to the campground from the walking path. Do no think we'd stay here again.
Sites are extremely small, if you are looking for a campground that offers private sites this is not the place for you. If you are looking for a campground on the Durango Trolley route, then this is a good place to stay. The trolley stops right outside the campground and runs to Durango every 20 minutes. The bathrooms were clean, the laundry facility was well appointed and clean as well. We've stayed here 2 times in the last 2 years.
Nice campground with easy access to Garden of the Gods and other local attractions of Colorado Springs. The bathrooms were extremely clean and well appointed, with nice benches in the showers to place your items while changing. The only complaint was that the campground tends to place campers in adjacent sites when that is really not necessary. It would be nice if they placed people every other site when the place isn't full. This would give a little more privacy. The sites were small, but well shaded. We'd consider staying here again if visiting the area in the future.
Clean campground, friendly staff, easy access off I-70. We stayed overnight using our Passport America card. Although the campground was very close to I-70, there was little road noise. The only complaint was that the showers had spring loaded water valves, meaning that you had to hold the water "on" while taking a shower. This made it very difficult to wash hair. Probably not an issue for most people that use their own bathrooms, but definitely something to consider if you are in a pop-up, tent, or small RV where you use the campground facilities.
We stayed here over 4th of July weekend with 3 other couples and were very pleased with the campground. The showers & restrooms were spotless, the people in the camp store were friendly and helpful. Best of all, the sites were a really nice size for a private campground. We'd definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for a quick over nighter on our way to DC. The gentleman at the desk was very friendly and helpful. We stayed at a creek side site, where we were the only ones. The sites appear to be small (but not unusually so for a private campground). The bathhouse was small, but clean. There was only 1 shower for each for men and women for the entire campground. We'd stay here again for an overnight trip, but probably not for more than 1 night.
Nice size sites, good location to visit many of the sights in DC area. This campground doesn't seem to have adequate bathhouse and shower facilities for the number of campsites available - I guess they figure everyone is self-contained. Also, the only potable water source that we found was near the dumping station - which we didn't feel comfortable using, so we had to go and purchase drinking water from the local grocery store. We would stay here again if we were going to DC.
We stayed here with a group of friends for a long weekend. The campsites were of a good size, and the bath houses were clean. The only issues with the park are that they have mountain biking trails, but it is difficult to access them from the campground - they don't allow bikes on them, only hikers. The other issues is that the state of MD is changing the alcohol policy effective Nov 1, 2009 - after that date, no campers will be allowed to have alcohol.
We stayed here for 2 nights, unfortunately we had heavy rain for the days that we were there so the campsite was very muddy. The bath house and showers were clean, especially if you take into account the amount of mud due to the weather. This is the second time I've stayed here, and would recommend it to others.
We really enjoyed this campground, the staff was very friendly and even let us join one of their nightly card games. The only issue I can see with this campground is that the interior roads are narrow, and could be difficult for people with large RV's. But other than that, we would stay here again.