Nice little park situated alongside beautiful red sandstone buttes. Pretty pool and gardens with lots of lovely trees and shrubs. Can walk into town where there are a few restaurants and cafes and a bar of sorts (Calvin T's). Spotless restrooms and laundry and the best Wi-Fi I've had in 18 months of travelling - able to download pictures for my blog in an instant. Nice little stopover.
Lovely spot with beautiful views over the lake and a beach about a 5 minute walk away. Also can use the free shuttle to get to Walmart, The Dam Visitor Centre and The Lodge although that is only a 10 minute walk. Use of pools and a restaurant and pool bar at The Lodge is really nice. Stayed a week and found it very relaxing.
Seeing as there is nowhere else to stay in the area this is as good as it gets. Site was fine and there is a nice little restaurant at the motel. The Explore Navajo Museum is well worth a visit. Good cheap laundry and good Wi-Fi although we were told we would only get it in the lobby.
Tidy little site in the middle of nowhere just off the highway, but only a few miles from the crater which was well worth visiting. Awful weather when we were there, but lovely view across the high desert on a nice day. Clean restrooms, small book library which was great and good Wi-Fi. 2 dollars per person off entry to crater for guests.
Lovely location with downtown Silverton a step away, and the mountains surrounding you. Showers and restrooms great, but Wi-Fi terrible and basically didn't work. Great reception at the local library but not on site. Nice little site but probably overpriced.
Perfect little site if you want to look at Leadville, as it is in the middle of the historic downtown. Owner very helpful and kept his last space for us when we rang from about an hour away, didn't ask for any details or confirmation, but when we got here he had put reserved on it. Wi-Fi good, showers and restrooms clean and nice.
Nice little campground and cheaper than others in Estes Park, although you do have to pay for showers. Great views with the lake across the road, nice little pool and the free shuttle into downtown stops right outside. Estes Park is well worth a visit as well with a lovely riverwalk, bars and shops, very nice. Good Wi-Fi. We stayed 3 nights.
Scruffy park in the middle of nowhere although there is a cowboy shuttle service that you ring and they will pick you up and take you into downtown - you pay what you think is a fair price. Little pool but untidy. Restrooms were clean but old. Mostly long-term residents I would think. Helpful staff. Definitely overpriced.
Little gem of a place with lovely owners, great bathrooms and good Wi-Fi. Also the downtown of the little town of Lusk is only a 5 minute walk away. A visit to the Stagecoach Museum is worthwhile as is a visit to the excellent local bar: The Silver Nickel. Only a stopover but we stayed two nights and really enjoyed it.
Nice place to stop for a few days with plenty on offer. Historic sites, an indoor pool which costs 5 dollars (which we didn't use), stagecoach rides and cookouts. Would recommend to anyone the jeep ride which went off-road up in to the buttes and was fantastic value at 10 dollars for an hour. Also wanted to try tubing but the river was too low. There is a restaurant and theatre on site also if you want it.
Only suitable for an overnight stop and I think the only reason to be in Alliance would be if you're visiting Carhenge. Scruffy but friendly staff. Nice indoor swimming you can use if wanted, plus good Wi-Fi. Overpriced.
Nice little park just off the I-40 with shaded sites, a nice pool, shop, book swap and a nice little bar used by the campsite and locals. There's also a 9 hole golf course right next door but you need to have your own clubs. Very friendly owners and would definitely stay again if I was passing through.
Pretty little semi-shaded site on the trolley route for Dollywood and Pigeon Forge, trolley 50 cents a ride. Helpful, great WiFi, good bathrooms and shower, nice little pool and cheap. Would definitely stay there again if we were ever to visit the area. We stayed in a motorhome.
Location is great, just off the I-40 on a road with a grocery and a couple of restaurants and a great local bar, The Roots Bar, a few yards up the road. Also had a bus stop just outside which took you into downtown Asheville and ran every hour, hugely convenient and what is so often lacking in other city sights which are often too far out. Pretty little wooded site with a nice garden and immaculate bathrooms. Wi-Fi excellent and the owner was most helpful. Asheville is also well worth a visit particularly on a Saturday night through to the end of August when they have a free festival called Shindig on the Green which offers great bluegrass and Appalachian mountain music. We would have stayed for 3 nights, but could only stay for two as they were booked.
Perfect location within feet of a glorious beach. Sites are small and unshaded, but no problem for us as we are not towing a car. We managed to get Wi-Fi permanently somehow, but think that was a glitch. Its either free for 15 minutes a day or you have to purchase by the day, week, month; which I think is wrong when the price of a nightly stay is so high. All staff friendly. Showers and bathrooms could do with a bit of updating but clean nevertheless. Nice fresh seafood at the local bar. However there is another nice beach bar a bit further up the beach, which is attached to a hotel if you just want a beer; think they also do take-out food. If you just want to spend some time on the beach, this site is perfect.
Parked here for easy access into Charleston as I was informed they had a shuttle for a 10 dollar return journey. A bit disappointed on arrival to learn that they only went in at 9.00 a.m. and picked up at 4.00 p.m., other times would have been more convenient. However staff were helpful and friendly and the park is wooded and shaded with paved roads. There is a splashzone/pool but you have to pay to go in - 8.00 dollars I think. Good for its access to the city but would have preferred more choice in times.
Stayed here for 2 nights whilst visiting Savannah. The bus into the city stopped hourly outside the campsite, last bus back 8.30 p.m. We were told that Wi-Fi was available in the office but we couldn't get it at all. Shaded site but no toilets or showers, so a bit overpriced but convenient for the city access.
Booked a week and ended up staying 12 nights as it was the start of our third 6 month period here from the UK, and it was a good place to unwind. The site is peaceful and private and a minute's walk to either the beach or the jetty, which has a little bar and restaurant where you can watch a sunset and enjoy a cold beer. The Reef restaurant is on the beach, we only went once but found it quite overpriced. Very helpful staff and we particularly liked pitch no. 55 as it was in a little cul-de-sac with its own showers and laundry, etc. You can book a shuttle into nearby St Augustine which is definitely worth visiting. Only problem is it stops at 4.30 p.m. but a taxi back only costs about 15 dollars. Excellent Wi-Fi. Would definitely stay here again.