This is barely an RV park. It looks like someone started to build an RV park then quit when it was basic enough to park there. There are lots of long term residents. Many are coal mine employees who stay the week then go home on the weekend. The sites are paved. The road to the sites are on a slight hillside and had some ruts due to the rain. You come in to the restaurant to register, the waitress tells you to pick out a parking place in the middle somewhere and enjoy. The Wi-Fi was great. Power was good and water pressure was high. There seemed to be few rules, so I washed my RV and no one seemed to care. No office, no pool, no playground, nothing but a bunch of paved sites with a dumpster on one end. It is convenient to the restaurant and Patti's 1880 Settlement in Grand Rivers. I would stay again.
The park was OK. We stayed three nights in the back section near the interstate and it was fairly level and quiet. Very large pull-through, with fire ring, picnic table. There are a few trees but mostly open in the rear section. More trees up front, which would make the satellite hard to use there. Cable and pool were OK. My daughter loved fishing in the free lake. I would stay again.
We spent one night here while passing through. There are a lot of full timers here and the place could use some cleaning up. I did not feel unsafe and the full timers I spoke with were very nice. The pool is the best part of the park, but I think it is open to the public. The Wi-Fi is available near the office only. The staff was mowing grass the day we were here, but I think they do not own a weedeater. There are several trees, but did not interfere with the satellite in my site. I probably will not return.
Nice park. Very few trees, several bushes add slightly to the privacy. Roomy spaces and long enough for my 40' and toad. Good utilities. Kids liked the pool. Front of park is an RV Dealer. The pool and Restrooms are in the rear of the store. You only have to walk around some travel trailers to get there. Quiet and unpopulated when I was there. Right off of I-45. I would stay again.
Very nice. We stayed for two days and the only thing that was not perfect was the pool for the kids was across the road in the motel. There was a free shuttle, and it was okay, but just not great. I got mixed up coming in to register, you go past the office on the right, ignore the sign that points to the right, then turn right on the next street and come back through the parking lot. Nicest bathrooms ever. No shade, so your satellite will work fine. Good water and electric. Will stay again.
One of the nicest RV parks I have stayed in. Gravel roads and sites. Everything was nice. The bathrooms are the absolute best ever. Good water, good electric. A thunderstorm blew up and we never got to swim, so don't know about the pool. Level sites. Nothing to complain about, except we only got to stay for one night.
Only RV park in the area, as far as I know. That's why it is a little pricey. Red dirt, red dirt, everywhere. A little wind blew up overnight and I had a red (40 footer) RV and toad the next day. I certainly did like the beautiful scenery. I took the self guided tour, and I would not do it again. I would take the guided tour and save the entry fee of $5 per person and the wash job for your car later. (Goulding's happens to have a car & RV wash on site.) My site was not very level, but not awful. I peeked into the pool, but it looked very busy: it was inside and hot. Close trees on each side, so we could not put out the awning. Good power and water and I think I remember there was cable TV (not sure). I will want to see that part of the country again and I will stay here again.
Very nice place with good security. It was nice to see grass again after being farther west for about a week. Great pool, store and laundry. Level concrete site with good water, electric and cable. Did not like paying $6 for 24 hours of Wi-Fi. Nice bike riding around the park. Short drive to the strip. I had a 'Deluxe' site and it was plenty big for my 40' and toad.
Nice place for an overnight. Some trees, shrubs for shade or privacy. Nice pool with several people swimming. There is a game room and general store. Level gravel roads and spaces worked for our 40 footer with toad. Good water and electric. Wi-Fi OK, cable TV worked. The Calico Ghost town is worth seeing and won't cost a bundle. You pay for what you want to do, such as the little train ride is $2 per person, panning for gold is $1, etc. I like the park, and would stay again.
Most expensive park we have ever stayed in, but you are paying for the view. I had a premium site with a view, and it had enough space to park my toad. Site was level with good electric and water. Cable was available and OK. Waves breaking against beach were noisy, but relaxing. I moved the car over to another site while I washed the windshield of my RV and the staff was on me immediately. I probably would stay again, but it is just location of the park and not the park itself.
Tight, close, sites. Very expensive. Paved sites and roads. Good electric, good water, great pool. Road noise is bad as we needed no AC running for the night we were there. If all the sites were full, we would have had no place to park the toad. I would stay again, but I would look around first.
The office is only open from 9 till 12, so we did not see anyone to talk to. Left money in envelope. First site chosen had no electric service (wires dug up) so back to the office for another site. Pool was great. Laundry room looked OK, but we did not use. Site was fairly level and the roads were paved, so bike riding was good. Family RV parks in Tucson seem to be hard to find, so we would stay here again.
Gravel parking lot with no shade trees. Level and large sites. Electric and water were OK. Indoor pool was nice because weather was too hot to be outside. It was too windy to put out the awning on the day we were there, and it was all the AC's would do to keep the inside cool. Nothing the park could do about that. Easy to find in a row of RV parks just off of I-10. Wife did laundry and did not complain about facility, so must have been OK.
Level gravel sites, good water and electric. Very nice pool. I liked this place, very quite. Self service RV wash pad was available for $3, but my family seemed to be the drought busters and rain was in the forecast. Star gazer pit available, and we had the telescope with us, but too cloudy to use. This place has spacious sites, is very nice and we would stay again.
Level sites, good electric and high pressure water. I was not concerned about the neighborhood, but there were signs telling to lock you bikes. I did not have a lock, but nothing happened. Nice pool and laundry. Paved roads, good level bike riding, and walking. Very spacious sites. Well manicured park. Close to River walk and downtown. I will stay again.
Very expensive. Right downtown, walk to Bourbon St., so you know the neighborhood. Very well manicured park with security fence and gate. Nice little pool. TV at pool so you can watch the game or race. Tricky to find when you come in, but we had no problem. Just go slow and don't miss the turns. Right next to the the Interstate bridge, so there is some noise, but the AC's were running so I could not hear that. I liked it fine and would return.
This park is slightly difficult to find, being a few miles off of I-59, but I liked it fine. The sites were not numbered to where we could first understand them, and we had to circle, but not a big problem. The electric and water were fine. I had a large space with lots of room. Plenty of trees, so the cable worked OK. Very scenic, with the falls close by. The kids swam in the pool, but the pool could use cleaning, not awful. Nice place for a overnight. On the list to stay again.
This is a nice place. It has a good pool for the kids. The sites are level with big shade trees, but did not bother our satellite. The cable TV has lots of channels available. Close to the interstate, but I did not hear traffic noise. Several places to eat close-by. We would stay again.
Very nice. No pool, but this park has a playground area for the kids. Neat and clean. Easy to get to, has lots of food outlets around. Wal-Mart was just down the street. There is an RV wash just across the street, but I did not go over and look at it to see what type of wash it is. The park is fairly level, however, I had to use some blocks under my levelers for a full level. I liked it and would stay again.
I liked this RV park. Easy to get in and out of. Good pool, good game room and fitness center. The WiFi was on and off, mostly off. I stayed in one of the premium sites with the concrete pads, pull into and back out. Nice and level. The view out the front window to the mountains was great. It is fairly close to the outlet stores, so we stayed for two nights.
This KOA has a lot going on for the Kids. I saw a puppet show, went swimming, saw a life size chess game, some sort of trampoline thing, three wheel bikes, wagon rides, transportation to the Cody Nightly Rodeo, free breakfast pancakes, and I am sure I missed a lot. It was very busy and noisy due to it being the 4th of July week, so I should expect that. I only got a 30 amp, but still paid full price. I would stay again if the kids were with us.
Nice place. Lots of things for the kids, which is why it gets a little noisy sometimes. I was there on the 4th, so it was packed. It is in a good location, and the site I was in was level and had good utilities. We would go back again.
A nice place to lay over. Just off of I-94 far enough so there is no interstate noise. The park is full, as it is the 4th weekend, but not busy. Very quiet actually. We watched the fireworks display last night and it was good. This park is in the middle of farmland, so there is nothing close by. I would definitely stay here again.
I liked this park. Very neat and clean. Good security, and quiet. I never was able to get the Wi-Fi going, but I did not ask for help, so was my fault. We were only there for one night and did not use the pool. Went to the mall instead, which is about 20 - 30 minutes away. Easy to get to, just off of I-94, but far enough away so there is no road noise. Close to a Super Wal-Mart. I would stay again.
The nightly rates are high, but when considering the Amusement and water park passes they offer it is a really good deal. We spent a day on the roller coasters and go carts and they were good. The water park looked great, but we did not use it. We used the pool close to the RV. Good location. We had cable and satellite view. Sites are spacious and level. Mostly back in. The two drive thrus I saw were in the middle of the parking lot. All asphalt. This is a destination park. Not worth it if you are only staying one night passing thru. I would like to go back some time.
Very large park. Lots of trees if you want to use your satellite. Quiet overall. We were there for only one night, so do not know a lot about the place. It was cool, so did not use the pool. It is easy to find from I-75. We would stay with them again.
This is a very nice park. It is close to I-69 so there is some road noise but easy to find. Very neat and clean. Lots of car museums to visit. We went to the National truck museum and the Auburn - Cord - Dusenberg museum. The RV Spaces are about normal size so getting through with your RV is no problem. No Cable and no trees if you have satellite. This would not be a destination for me, but if passing thru I would stay again.
We stayed one night as a stopover to PEI. Level and within close walking distance of beach. Lots of tents the weekend night I was there, quiet, but there was a lot of wind and rain that night. Easy to get into and out of. I was a little too far away to get the WiFi, but I could get it when I went closer to the community center. No Cable TV. I think the satellite would work almost anywhere there. I would stay again.
We loved this place. It is large and spacious. We only stayed one night because we ran out of time and had to get home, but I wanted to stay another day. Lots of things to do. Pool was very nice, had a life guard. I had no trouble leveling. There are playgrounds and paddle boats available. Good cable TV. I would plan my trip around this place to stay again along the way.
We stayed one night so we could go to Niagara Falls. The kids were disappointed there was no pool or playground. The clean men's restroom consisted of one toilet and one shower. I have to assume the lady's side was similar. Although the place was clean and the drive throughs were big enough, I felt we paid too much. I would try other places before I stayed here again.
Black Bear is about 10 miles off of the main highway, so it is little inconvenient, but it is still only about 75 minutes from New York City. It is slightly difficult to get into but fairly level when you get to the top of the hill. I had to use some blocks and my front wheels were off the ground, so you may have some trouble leveling the M/H. The swimming pool is about 1/2 mile from the top of the hill, down the steep hill, and it was closed while we were here for some reason. It was quiet and roomy. There are several trees, so you may have satellite or you may not. There are only about 6 or 8 channels on the cable. I do not have an antenna, but it may be that some off the air channels are available. I would consider staying here again if in the area.
I had a site with the sea caves out my front window. What a view! The WiFi did not work, but it was supposed to be repaired the day I left? Mostly grass sites, but plenty of room. Only 30 amp available, but it was so cool I could have gotten by with 15 amp. We got in sort of late, and there is no where to eat anywhere. Bring your own food. I liked the campground.