We have always stayed here on our way in and out of Florida, but decided to stay here three months from December, 2013. Everyone is real nice and the snowbirds here have been coming for years. There are activities here if you want to get involved. We would definitely stay again. The managers are super.
We have always stayed here on our way in and out of Florida. The staff are very friendly at the campground and at Lazy Days RV Center. Sites were easy to get in and out of. All paved streets and site with patio and picnic table. Free breakfast and lunch during your stay. Morning newspaper at your site daily. The only thing is during this stay, they let someone camp there that had a commercial semi truck with sleeper. That is not right.
We always stay here when we are in Eastport. Campground is excellent and the owners are outstanding people. Campground is always neat. Bar and restaurant right on property. Seasonal campers are very nice and the locals also come out as there is lots of stuff to do. Rate reflects the club rate. Will definitely stay again when in area.
This is our 2nd time here and it is very quiet. Have to drive 7-1/2 miles west and north through Elkmont, but if you want quiet, this is the place. Owners very nice. The reason I rated it 7 was because of the distance from I-65.
Have always stayed here on our trips north and south on I-65. Campground is kept beautiful and the workampers and owner are all very nice. The only drawback is that the trains tend to travel more at night. We just wear earplugs.
Spent 4 months here and it has always been an outstanding RV park. The owners are the workers and they are great people. Lots of winter activities as snowbirds come and go. There is about 35 residents during the summer. Price reflects nightly rate, but they have more prices depending upon your stay.
We always stay here on our way through Ocala as we have friends in the area. The park is top notch and we always stay in the "Rally Row" as they are long pull throughs so we do not have to unhook our cargo trailer. This is a wonderful park and everyone is real nice. We will definitely stay again.
OK for an overnighter. Wi-Fi does not reach campground; it can only be used in the office area. Food at the restaurant on site was outstanding. Gravel sites were not too level. Easy in and out to I-10.
We stayed one night in a site that was suppose to be one of the pull-throughs. We pull a cargo trailer behind out motorhome and did not want to unhook. The pull-through was already reserved and the clerk on duty did not know that. We backed into a site and were able to stay hooked up but could not dump as we were way too far away from the sewer. They did give us a discount for that. Other than that, it was a quiet park and the casino was within walking distance and the buffet was excellent. We would definitely stay here again if in area.
Have stayed here before as it is a really nice park. Rate reflects Passport America price. Laundry and restrooms were very clean. They have a continental breakfast every morning for the campers. Easy on and off I-10 and they are at Exit 845 heading east and Exit 847 heading west. We will definitely stay here again on our trip through Texas on I-10.
Stayed at the park for two nights because we have friends there. Road construction in front of campground was a nuisance. We have a motorhome pulling a cargo trailer. The dip from the road into the park was so deep that we dug a trench in the road with the trailer hitch. They are going to open up the frontage road so the going in and out of the campground will be much better while they finish the construction. Wi-Fi was not available for the side of the park we were on.
We have always stayed at this park while in Tucson even before it became Lazy Days. We have stayed for many years at the Lazy Days Rally Campground in Tampa, Florida. This park in Tucson is much nicer. There are fruit trees all around - limes, oranges - grapefruit - that you can pick and eat. The restaurant has excellent food. The staff here is very nice. We also had service done while here and the service department was excellent. Would recommend this park to anyone coming through Tucson. We will definitely be back.
What a nice park. Pull through sites have plenty of room. Each site has a picnic table. Wi-Fi was strong. Park is located 6 miles north of the Meteor Crater site. Will stay again if in area. Rate reflected an Escapee rate.
When we checked in, there was no mention at all about a patio site because we had requested a premium pull through site. That is not good customer service. The other site should have been mentioned. Nothing but a parking lot as the other reviewers had mentioned. Train noise and highway noise. Had to wear ear plugs. Only reason staying here was to visit friends in Colorado Springs. Not to many campgrounds around the area can handle our big rig and cargo trailer. That is the only reason we came here.
One of only two campgrounds around the Gillette area. Campground is way to expensive for being gravel sites. Had no choice but to stay here because according to reviews of the other campground, this was far better.
This has always been a favorite of ours, heading either direction on Highway 231. The staff is always so accommodating and friendly. We have stayed at this campground for over 10 years on our travels. Would definitely recommend this park to anyone, and we do recommend it.
This is a very nice campground. Sites were all pull throughs. The only complaint was that the trains only run at night. All-in-all, would stay here again if in the area. The campground owners live on site and are very nice. Located within walking distance of Wall Drug and restaurants.
This was a good find. Owners very nice. We were the only ones camping here because they were just opened a few weeks. We paid $15 nightly for three nights as they are a Passport America campground. Would recommend this park to people traveling through Minnesota on I-90, Exit 93, 1/4 mile south. Did not experience any interstate noise at all.