The other reviewer (July 2012) wrote an accurate review of this campground. It's only 3 miles The other reviewer (July 2012) wrote an accurate review of this campground. It's only 3 miles from I95 exit 68. It's easy in and easy out. It is well maintained and a great spot to get off the road for a night or two. The price is fantastic. We've stayed at New Green Acres 10 miles south on I95 and it was double the price and not near as nice. The comment about the lady owner being very nice and helpful was right on the money. An older gentleman who was working on a tractor when we got here got me parked and was very friendly. I suspect most travelers don't know about this place, try it you'll like it
My review is based on a one night stop. From that perspective this a jewel. It is close to I-40, there is a Love's Travel stop just as you get off I-40 so if you're like me you can start the next day with a full tank. The campground's staff was friendly and helpful. the pull through site I had was large and level. They lead you to your site and everything worked the way it should. It's a Passport America park and from our experience it's one of the best.
A good spot to get off the road for a night, especially if you like the sound of trains. Fairly easy in and out from I-40. The gravel sites are just long enough so you don't have to unhook your toad. Cable TV was good and the price was great. Nightly rate reflects 50 amp with Good Sam discount. Quite a few long term residents. Would stay again.
A nice small campground right on US-95. The manager met us as we pulled in and welcomed us to the park. Check in was quick. We had a 50 amp pull-through and the gravel site was level. There is no cable and the Wi-Fi didn't seem to work. I did not call the office to ask about it. The night rate will increase on Sept 15 to $30 for a 50 amp site. Would stay again if in the area. Very easy in and out.
This park has everything we needed for an overnight stay while passing through the area. We're in a full hookup pull through, with cable and the roof top satellite dome locked on. I picked this park after reading reviews here and called them. The person I spoke to very helpful and reserved a long pull through for me so I didn't have to unhook the car. The site is long, level and gravel. As others mentioned, I can see projects underway but uncompleted on the grounds. If you need an "overnight" you won't be disappointed.
This is a very nice campground with helpful, friendly staff. We're in a back in, premium site. I'm not sure where the thirty dollar rate came from mentioned in other reviews. Premium sites are $42 a night and regular sites are $38 a night. The main difference I see is that premium sites are concrete and a little wider than the black top regular sites. They also have some pull throughs. Everything about the campground is well maintained. It has good cable TV and fast Wi-Fi. Today is Saturday and they prepared a free breakfast for everyone. Bacon, eggs, sausage, pancakes, juice and coffee. A real nice touch. Would stay here again if in the area.
This campground was on our route and we needed an overnight. My interaction with the office staff was efficient and polite. We are in a 50 amp full hookup pull through that is excellent. It's easy in and easy out. Excellent Wi-Fi and cable TV. What's not to like?
This is the most we've ever paid for a campground. A full hook up site is $49 tax included. The campground is adequate, nothing special. Steamboat Springs is a tourist area and I guess we're all willing to pay this amount. We thought we might stay for two days but we're reconsidering and might leave in the morning.
I saw some positive reviews and that's why we selected this place. It is a bit of a disappointment. We did get a pull through, 50 amp full hook up site. My surge protector found a fault with the 50 amp hook up. Hours ago I was told someone would come and look at it. Road noise is very loud. It's a dusty place. We'll survive but this is not a GEM.
I graded this CG an 8 but in the value department it's a 10. It is easy access from I-90. I'm in a large pull through with 50 amp, water and sewer. The rate I indicated is the Passport America rate. This is one of the better Passport parks we've stayed in. Don't miss this one if traveling on I-90 through Minnesota.
A great campground and it is Passport America affiliated, so the nightly rate can be half of the normal $30. The campground has new owners that have made many positive changes. Murphy is a great place to do your fall "Leaf Watching" in the N.C. mountains. We have stayed in very few campgrounds that are nicer than Peace Valley. The owners couldn't be more accommodating and the host is the "Go To Guy" for anything you need.