Convenient campground to visit Augusta. This park is all sandy roads and gravel parking pads. The water pressure, electric, and Wi-Fi is all good. The staff is friendly and helpful. There is a mix of campers and mobile homes. Quiet campground. Would stay again.
DANGER, DANGER, DANGER: This campground nearly set our camper on fire. The electric system is flat out dangerous. The power pedestals breakers are all bypassed in the campground and the real breakers are in a locked breaker box. You will be plugging into a hot pedestal at all times and if you need to trip the breaker in an emergency, you CAN'T. We suffered a power surge that pegged my volt meter in the camper and fried some electronics. It would have done more damage, but I flew out of the camper and ripped the plug out of camper (because I had no breakers to trip). We moved from a 50amp outlet to a 30amp and that keep tripping with only an A/C unit, fan and TV on. We had to wait for someone to come unlock the breakers and reset it. The camper next to me was having electric problems also as they came over to see if we were having problems or it was just them. The sites are horribly unlevel and we needed to use the full length of our legs to get unhooked. The laundry room is infested with wasps and I was swatting them away from my wife as she did the laundry. If for some reason you chose to stay, be cautious of low hanging limbs. The sites: you will be very close and back to back with the camper behind you. The roads are often blocked as there is no parking and people block the roads with their tow vehicles. We should have avoided this place when booking, as the person on the phone was dumb as dirt. She ended up giving us a 30ft site for our 38ft camper. Worst campground we've stayed at in over 40 states we've visited. You couldn't pay me to camp here ever again. Avoid this place at all costs.
The pros of this park are good electric, good water pressure, good amenities and friendly staff. The park has a lot of permanent residents. If you ask two different staff members you will get different prices. We were originally charged $35 discounted rate, but when we were forced to extend our stay for a day they charged $30. The cons of this park are that there are doggie land minds everywhere. People let their dogs go all over and don't bother picking up after them. There are a lot of dogs in this campground. The road noise is tremendous. There is only a small patch of woods between Route 65 and the campground and you will hear every truck that goes by. The campground roads are very tight and the directions are not marked. We had to pull well off into the grass to get into and out of our site. The sites are very close, unless you get a 50 amp site. The few 50 amp sites are a little larger, but still tight. We only stayed here because our first two choices of parks were full. We'd skip this place in the future.
This is an interesting park with lot of potential, but they just didn't execute well. Who ever designed this campground knew nothing about campgrounds. It's a city run park, so I assume the city designed it. They placed the sewer and electric connection all the way at the end of the site and the sewer connection is about 8" off the ground. You will need an extension on your sewer hose if you want to use it and some slinky(S) to raise your hose. Also if you're unlucky you might be on the side where your do opens to the sewer and the lovely smell as they put all the connections in a shared spot. My neighbor had to run two sewer hoses under his camper to get to the sewer. On the plus side, you can walk or bike to most attractions and they take nearly any discount card. Passport America people get stuck with the worst spots along the concrete wall. Electric was good, water pressure was good, Wi-Fi was not great.
Pulling in: this place looks neatly kept, picnic tables at each site, a fully equipped RV center and nice friendly people. The Wi-Fi is good, electric is good and water pressure is good. So, I give it one star for each thing, as that's all there is. The previous posters must be blind and deaf. There are lots of permanent residents. The front section: the outer lanes are lined with permanents and the whole back section is permanents. There is significant road noise: you'll hear the ghetto car boom, boom, boom going by at night with assorted big trucks from the industry up the road. Then of course there is that dang train that blows the whistle over an over all night. If that's not enough, there is the rude diesel pusher owners who will run their rigs at 5am for 45 minutes or the guy who started up his generator at 5:45am and let it run for over a hour and then started up his diesel pusher and let that run for 30 minutes. They need some quiet time enforcement. Skip this place if you like a nice quiet night of rest. But, if you're one of those rude diesel pusher owners who gets up at the crack of dawn to run their engine for 40 minutes before leaving, then this place is for you. It's horribly noisy.
Not a bad park considering it's proximity to the interstate and truck stop. While some road noise it's pretty muffled. The Wi-Fi is okay when it's working, but it was on and off. The water pressure was good, but the electric would flash on and off from time to time causing my surge protector to go into delay mode. Good for an overnight. We stayed a couple of days to visit the area.
Park is first come first serve, no reservations. Getting a spot should not be a problem if there is no horse event going on. People are nice and helpful. When we arrived the entire campground electric showed an open neutral line. I notified them and it was fixed by the evening. Check before plugging in. There is no sewer or Wi-Fi. Good water pressure and the electric was good after the open neutral was fixed. Short ride to LSU or Baton Rouge downtown. Spots are all on grass with very few trees. Would stay again.
Park is fairly new. It's crushed gravel that is raked out pretty often. They planted a number of trees and palms all around rock outlined gardens. The sites are mostly pretty large. I easily put our 38' camper and pick-up end to end with some space left over. The electric was perfect, the water pressure was good, the cable TV was outstanding, but the Wi-Fi was completely useless. It's located in an industrial area, but the other options in N.O. are either far more expensive or just horrible. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Would stay here again, but we've had our fill of New Orleans.
Rater reflects Passport America discount. When first entering the area you may be put off by the numerous trailers, many of which are empty, but this is a little gem of a campground 5.2 miles off of Rt. 10. Campground is mostly permanant residents, but they keep their sites clean and neet as well as being very friendly. The owners are also very friendly. We got a pull through site that had no sewer, but they have a dump station. Seems most sites have FHU with only a few without sewer. Electric was good, water presure was good, cable TV was so so.. Wifi was completely useless. We camped here for 3 nights and using it as a basecamp to see Panama City, Destin and Pensacola. It was very quiet and relaxiing stay.
This park is an older park and occupied by mostly fulltime residents. The staff is friendly and will guide you to your site. The electric is good, the water pressure is low, Wi-Fi is good, but the cable TV is good one moment then bad the next. A little over priced for what you're getting. The rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Price reflects access pass discount. Another fantastic COE park, lack of sewer hookups or Wi-Fi keeps it from getting a 10. Great friendly hosts, perfect electric, water and absolutely perfectly level concrete pads. Approx. 9 miles from rt. 20. Parks like these should be prototypes for private parks on how a campground should be put together.
Price reflects PA and $4 charge for really bad Internet. This park is a complete nightmare. For the pros; nice people, neatly kept campground, good electric, water and cable TV. Internet is useless. Cons; the park is made up of mainly full time residents, it's sandwiched between a truck stop, truck yard, public works and animal shelter. Noise from the animal shelter is unbelievable, the many dogs bark from 6am till after midnight. There is one gravel road out, so the many residents will all leave for work and drive past you at all speeds. This starts at 5:30am and continues all day. Then there is the noise from the train horn. They have some nerve charging $40 as a regular rate and $4 for internet, had it not been for the PA discount we would have been robbed. Go a few miles down the road to a better park. We would NEVER stay here again.
The price reflects a Passport America discount. We really wanted to like this park, it's a converted trailer park that is still attached to remaining trailers. PROS: great, helpful staff,large sites, good electric, good water pressure and good wifi. Now the CONS: substantial road noise from route 40 and we were way in the back. It smells like Texas ,which means cow manure. Trains run ALL NIGHT long and blow whistle at each crossing, which means for each train that's 15 minuits of whistles. 2 trains passed through at 3:30am and whistles went till 3:55am. This meant I was awake at 4am for the gun fire from the ghetto that partially surrounds the park. We won't stay here again, which is no reflection on the great staff.
Clean campground, good cable TV, bad electric ( open neutral, use caution and test). It was very windy and there was a very bad smell in the area. Has some road noise. Expensive even with AAA discount. We got sucked in as it was supposed to be a PA park. Would not stay here again.
This park is friendly, clean, helpful and fairly quiet. Be aware there is some construction going on in the area and if you keep you windows open you will hear the workers bantering and the sound of nail guns most of the day, at night the sounds of sirens is not uncommon. The security patrol of the park is comforting and probably a necessity. There are a large amount of permanent residents, whose sites are kept fairly neat. This also had a feel of a retirement park, with lots of seniors living and working the park. The roads are narrow, but spaces are spacious. There is not much shade and only a few ornamental trees and shrubs. The electric was perfect, there is good water pressure but the wifi is spotty.
It's OK. Way too many permanent residents with piles of junk piled up. They put us pretty far from them. Sites are not level, but not horrible. Some road noise from highway and truck lot. Best value in the area for a quick stop.
Stayed here as an overnight stay. No permanent campers at all. You must realize this town is the typical Rt. 66 town which Rt. 40 has killed, so the RV campgrounds are surrounded with businesses that have long been gone. This campground's website doesn't lie. The sites are level and clean. The electric is perfect with good water pressure. Best cable TV signal of our trip so far. Staff is nice, helpful and will lead you to your site. It appears this was once a motel and is now a campground as the motel part is boarded up. Quiet place away from the highway. Would stay here again. The RV park up by the Flying J is more convenient to Rt. 40, but we quickly passed due to the lack of trees and non-stop parade of trucks.
Stopped here for an overnight stay. Staff very friendly and helpful. Sites are shaded, but not very level. Roads are a little tight. WiFi was not very good and kept dropping out. Expensive for Rt. 40. Horrible signal on cable TV. A good amount of road noise. Water pressure and electric good. Will stay some place else on way back. Too much competition on Rt. 40 to pay these prices.
Park is expensive. Wifi is free, but not very good. Water and electric good. Convenient to Graceland and the only reason we stayed here. Park is close to air freight flight paths and planes take off and land all night. Our last night I was awoken by numerous gun shots. Would never stay here again, even if it were free.
Price reflects National Park Pass discount. Sites were extremely clean, spacious and private. Excellent electric and water pressure. We arrived when the COE were flooding the lake due to the storms. We still had an excellent stay. Would have been a rating of 10 if there was sewer and wifi.
This is an older park with many full time residents. When pulling up you're eagerly greeted by the owners helper and friend. The pull throughs are right next to the check in office and really not defined by an actual space. The owner is really helpful. We had our reservations about the place, but it was really quiet and the best Internet we've ever had at a campground. We would definitely stay here again.
Despite the other reviewers this park in not a 10. The park is located behind a new strip mall, that the owners are also building. This park is extremely nicely laid out with all concrete slabs, very nice power pedestals, perfect electric. It's obvious that no expense was spared building this park. The cons to this park: It's close to Rt. 95 and there is a lot of road noise. It's nice they have a "Lake", but it's more like swamp marsh and you will get attacked by no-see-umss and mosquitos. The Wi-Fi was poor most of the time. I had to wait until after midnight to get a usable speed. The price is high for SE Georgia.
We choose this campground based on the reviews here. We used this campground as a base camp to visit Cumberland Island and the surrounding area. I really wanted to like this campground, but there are lots of things the other reviewers left out. Pros: The owners are very nice and helpful. There are lots of new concrete slabs. The electric is PERFECT, new power pedestals with a very nice light on top to assist you in hooking up. Water is good with decent pressure. Wi-Fi was slow at times, but had a good signal (when I finally got it working- explanation below) Cons: There a lots of cons. It appears the owners may not be Rvers. Upon check in we got a map of the campground. The only thing on it was a outline of the campground. No rules, no information (IE: quiet times/check out/is fishing catch and release?). We got a pull through, but the entire campground is in need of tree trimming. We had branches scraping the camper as we pulled into our site. I couldn't pull straight out when we left , I had to pull onto the grass on the other side of the road to get around tree branches and still scraped the side. Then EVERY turn out we rubbed branches on the side of the camper. The entire campground needs to be trimmed. Overgrown grass everywhere. It seems they put tomato plants around, but the grass is now taking over. A weed whacker is needed desperately. After we set up I tried to get online, strong signal but kept getting an error. After about an hour of fiddling with my Laptop (thinking that was the problem) I went online with my iPhone and noticed the iPhone worked on Wi-Fi. Long story short the owners of the campground had their router set to N only. I went into their router (they had only the default password) changed the settings and was able to get Wi-Fi for our stay. Note to owners: CHICKENS and ROOSTERS should be allowed to roam free and crow at 4am and then again at 6am. We got awakened each morning by the lovely (sarcasm ) rooster crowing. I wanted to make him lunch by the last day. A big negative to this campground is the Biker Bar right in front of the campground. It's called the "Bloody Bucket". Roaring Harleys into the wee am hours. On the weekend they really cranked up the music. In the camper, TV on LOUD and the A/C going we couldn't hear the TV. Then for hours and hours into the early am the sound of roaring motorcycles. This campground is about 7 miles off the interstate. If roaring Harley's are your thing then this might be the place for you. We won't be staying here again, we'd stay at state park down the road to avoid the biker bar and the crowing rooster.
Pros: This campground is very convenient to Rt. 95. The owners are very nice and helpful. The owners are extremely anal, and the campground is impeccable. The rate is a good value. Has free wifi, but slow most of the time. Cons: Owners are very anal, better not spill any water on your site or put half a wheel on the grass or you will get a visit. They charge for Car/RV wash, but only provide a spot and hose to do it. The big con to this campground is the noise. The traffic noise from Rt. 95 is non-stop. We leaped out of bed when a tractor trailer blew a tire right in front of the campground at 1 am, then leaped again when it blew a second tire a few minutes later. Then the trains started, first one at 2 am with Horns blowing. Just south of the campground is a switching location. Then 2:30 am another train with horn blowing and so on and son on. We would never stay again. Would stay at the KOA down the road for a few more dollars or do some free camping at the Walmart. As I'm typing this I'm listening to the sounds of train horns and we have double pane windows and tv on.
Price reflects Passport American discount. Staff is friendly and helpful; they asked when I was reserving if I had a satellite so they could put us in a site with good sat reception. Park is more rustic and older, but well kept. Good electric and water. No cable. Wi-fi is strong, but very slow at times. Very convenient to historic sites. Cons: sites are not very level, gravel, somewhat mushy and will test your leveling skills a bit. If you don't like the smell of horses, this may not be the place for you. You will smell them if the wind goes in the right direction.
Pros: Park is nicely kept. Nice shade trees. Generously spaced sites. Quick access to Metro North Railway system. Nice park to walk around. Resident campers sites are mostly neatly kept. Electric good, water good. Cons:Price of campground has DRAMATICALLY increased to $50 a night. This is not a $50 a night campground. Not even close. No cable or wifi which is not acceptable for a $50 a night campground 90% of the park is occupied by full-time campers. Campground is next to 2 NYS Super-Fund sites for toxic waste. It is also located next to Metro North's railway hub. Which means all the trains come there at night and you can hear them running all night as they move them in and out of the repair/maintenance shop. They will finally idle them down around 3am so you get some quiet until 4am when the crank them up and they start leaving the station. Around 5am is when you can start hearing the train horns as the regular commuter line starts. Trains woke me and the wife up every morning. Since they raised the price there is no reason to pick this campground over Liberty Park, which is $10 more, but you are closer to NYC. Would not camp here again.
Pros:Only park in area open in winter. Staff/Owners friendly and helpful. Very pretty part of Orange County. Electric good, Wifi good. Cons: Water pressure not so good, but ok. They advertise Cable, but it doesn't work at all. Permanent residents have shoddy and garbage filled spots. Sites not level and all gravel. This park is NO WAY a $40 a night campground. They need a massive clean up. They also need the permanent residents to clean up their mess. It's sad this could be a very pretty campground with some work.
Finally a park that understands RVers. Our rate was Passport America rate. Easy access for all types of RVs. All pull throughs. LEVEL, LEVEL , LEVEL. The best we have found yet, no need for blocks. They had 3 rates. Normal rate of $27. Snowbird one night $25 and $15 rate for water, sewer and Wi-Fi. Why would you camp at Wal-Mart when for $15 you get so much more. Easier access, no noise, fast strong Wi-Fi and safety. Will be back again.
Park can't be beat for location in and around Atlanta. The pickings are very few. Campground is showing wear and tear and needs some improvements. Roads are in HORRIBLE condition. Sites are not very level. It took every last block before I could get even close to level. This is our second stay here and had 3 different sites; all where a chore to get level. Wi-Fi was just bad. It didn't work 90% of the time we were there. Seems like they would reset it, and it worked for a couple of hours. We camped directly behind one of the Wi-Fi antennas. Camp wood was way over priced and wet. You're better off getting firewood elsewhere. There was some sort of goop on our site and I had to spend 20 minutes cleaning it off.
This is one of the worst campgrounds we ever stayed at. We arrived late and did a night time check in. Took the site and checked the rules as usual. IE: quiet hours, check out, etc.. Check out in particular was noon. Got to our site and found it to be horribly un-level. Had a very hard time leveling. Very bad location of the sewer connections. Sewage will not run up hill. We could not empty our tanks. Premium price with no cable and VERY poor wifi. It was so bad we just gave up. ATV's running around the campground at 2am. Some people pulled in at 1am and then decided that was a good time to unload ALL their gear, including ATVs. Kids running around after midnight. Running through campsites, swimming/ screaming in the pond, setting off fireworks and just causing havoc. At 8am Mr. 1am starts blowing his air horns and his music horns on his ATV. We suspect to wake us as he has reserved our spot for that day. Check in wasn't till 3pm , but he decided to arrive early. 8:05am the Campground Manager is knocking on our door asking us if we're leaving. I again confirmed that check out was noon. She stated that Mr. 1am had reserved the spot and wanted to move into it. We wouldn't stay here again even if it were free. The place is a nightmare.
We pulled in and then pulled right out. What a dump. Can't believe this is a KOA. First the sign says it's .2 of mile off the highway. It's actually more then 2 miles off the highway. It's sand , mud, overgrown grass, run down campers. Wife did not feel safe staying so we left. Lots of junky campground on the Route 10 corridor.
Pros- Helpful staff. Laundry open 24 hours. Wide spots. Cons- Expensive for what you get. Cable hook up was horribly snowy. Staff knew it and could care less. Very muddy and swampy. We got a light ran and there were big puddles and mud everywhere. Wifi was up and down. Campground is not in New Orleans. It's in River Ridge. We've been at much better campgrounds for half the price.
Nice little park. Inexpensive. Clean and neat. Nice helpful staff. RV sites were shaded and offered 30 and 50amp. They offer full hook ups including sewer on certain sites. Some gravel some paved. We had a paved site and it was nice and level. Cons- Far from the highway and roads leading to it are a bit tight.
You have a choice of type. Full 50Amp hook ups or down to primitive. All concrete pads, nearly all pull through. Some very nice back in sites that offer more shade and privacy. Spacious sites and not crowded at all. No grass, just weeds. Radio controlled airplane field can be noisy at times. We got awoken by planes on 2 mornings. Wifi did not work and campground employees didn't care. From talking to people it rarely works. Big rigs should use south entrance as there is no clearance issues. Large prairie dog town right next to south entrance, be careful a couple got squished.
Over rated dirt lot. We stayed 3 nights, got put in the overflow lot. No sewer and only 30 amp. Not level and dog waste all over. Noisy traffic from hotel and work trucks. They have the corner on the market at being the closest to Bryce.
This park is a joke. The sites are VERY hard to get into unless you have something under 30 feet. We were 12 inches from the camper behind us. We could not open all our slides as you have to park your tow vehicle next to camper. Kids running and screaming all over. Playing baseball and football in the road. Balls bouncing off expensive RVs. Dogs barking feet from your camper. Dogs running loose. Power outage is the norm and even stated in their handouts. At 20 degrees it's cold if you have an all electric RV. We stayed 3 nights and power went out twice. The use of heat pumps is not allowed as it knocks out their power. By private campground standards, this is a private campground(run by Xatera) , this place is a dump. You're herded like buffalo in here. You're better off staying in West Yellowstone, it's just as central to the sights as you end up driving around the park in loops. The no hook up campgrounds are much better and run by the park service. Never again could you pay us to stay here. Plenty of people at the desk complaining.
We stayed here two nights as everything near Salt Lake City was full. Concrete pads and some grass on upper level. Fairly level. 50 and 30 amp , but for this price it should have had cable. You must have a Class A or Fifth wheel less then 10 years old to stay on upper portion. It's also the most expensive. The cheaper spots are in the dirt behind the office. Very close to highway and noisy. Very fast Wi-Fi. Pool and hot tub.
This is one of the best campgrounds we stayed at so far. It was neat as a pin, friendly and helpful. It had the best Wi-Fi we've found. All sites were clean. There were very few residents. Those that are residents are in the back, and their sites are all neat. We would stay here again without hesitation.
We decided to stay hear because of of AAA.. Campground refuses to give AAA discount, even though they list AAA on their billboards (right next to Good Sams) and Website. You will pay for 50 amp service even if you only have or want 30amp. Cable TV and Wi-Fi only available in certain areas. Sites not very level. Pros- Pretty campground, spacious sites, centrally located to visit area. Wouldn't stay here again. Too many other campgrounds that are nice and far cheaper. Not worth the price for what is offered.
We are staying in this park to visit the Badlands. Big mistake. Sites are very tight and you have to be slide to slide to fit 2 Rvs into their alloted campsite. We were in 2 sites due to the size of of our 5th wheel. Trains run all night and shake your RV. Wifi was good, water pressure not good. Would never stay here again.
Stayed here for 2 days. Nice park , nice people. Electric was off. I'm pretty sure the park electric toasted my transfer switch. I bought a surge protector because of this park's electric. Easy access to flea markets. Short drive to Fair Grounds. Would stay again.
This is a passort america park. Paid $15. Old park with too many long term residents. One guy started up his old clunker at 8am and revved the engine for a hour. There is also a torn up looking tent shelter that has someone living in it. When we walked the campground one night we witnessed a drug deal and then the seller started banging on his camper door as his "lady" wouldn't let him in. Lots of old decaying campers at this campground. Wifi was good, electric good, water and sewer good. Tight spots, but pull through. IF you're looking for just an overnight and are in a tight spot this is worth it using Passport America. At regular price there are much better choices to be had.
PROS:Park has all pull through concrete pads. Good signal for Wi-Fi, but slow connection, $4.95 for 24hours. Next door to decent flea market. Close to some attractions. Good electric and cable. Cons: There are many. Large contingent of South American residents. Long term residents have shabby cluttered campsites. Not conducive to nightly walks. We paid $36 with AAA discount. This is $15 at best. It's a crime to call this a RV resort. Hardly any amenities, actually only one. A pool. We met friends for Memorial day weekend. This is good for a last chance, overnight stay if you get up early. You have no choice, but to get up early. 7am Saturday morning and the planes took off, one after another for over a hour, then every 15-20minutes. Monday morning the flights started at 6am. The whole weekend our conversations were halted due to planes either taking off or landing. We would never stay here again. It's quieter to stay at Wal-Mart.