We stayed here while visiting St. Augustine. The park is fairly nice but a little run down where the permanent residences are located. They do seem to be doing improvement on the sites for short time campers though. The pool and spa were clean and well kept. Each site has a picnic table but they are quite small. Even the bench part of the table was small, consisting of a 2 X 6 board. We never did use the table, it was so small. The cable TV wasn't very good quality at our site, but local channels are available over-the-air and come in quite well from nearby Jacksonville. We would probably stay here again if in the area.
We stayed here for three days while visiting the Atlanta area. This park is beautiful and the setting is beautiful. It is right on the shores of Lake Lanier, the way it is laid out most, if not all sites, have lake views. There are no sewer sites but we still had such a wonderful stay. Each site has a patio area with picnic table and fire ring.
We stayed here because the reviews were fairly good. It is a nice park but could use some TLC for sure. It is small, only 35 spaces, but the grass is overgrown and the park is dusty. The internal roads are a mixture of gravel and dirt. There are also some rigs there that seem to stay permanently. The park is about 30 minutes from Colorado Springs.The sites were nice, most are pull-through. They claim they have Wi-Fi access but the signal at our site was almost non-existent. Our Verizon PC card worked just fine, though. Each site had a picnic table and two very nice old fashioned wooden lawn chairs. Very comfortable! Our site was on the outer edge facing Pikes Peak, many miles away, but it was nice sitting outside with a glass of wine enjoying the scenery. Would we stay here again? Probably yes but maybe not. We did see other campgrounds in the Colorado Springs area that many looked worse and only a couple looked better. They could do a better job of providing information when you check in. My wife went to the office to check us in, upon arrival, and all she got was a site number to "remember" and that's it. No park map, no instructions and no information on the surrounding area, nothing. The guy just old her "Drive to the back road, you will see a site number, that's yours!"
We were planning on visiting the Denver area for a few days in June. We checked for parks and this one seemed to have the best reviews. The name is a little misleading but we decided to stay here anyway. Any time you see "mobile home park" in the title you start to wonder. Well we were pleasantly surprised. The park does have a lot of mobile homes but they are very well kept. If you stay short term for a few days you will be in RV spots right by the pool. If you are staying longer term you will be places out among the mobile homes but the way the park is layer out those sites are very nice also. The sites are not just in a long row, next to each other and the mobile homes. There are all these little cul-de-sacs with mobile homes and RV spaces. We have never seen anything like it and it was rather pleasant. The park is very clean and the pool is cleaned daily. We would definitely stay here again and if we were looking for a park to stay at for an extended period of time we would pick this one. They are very picky about the "No Dogs" rule but that's OK to. Overall we had a very, very nice stay here.
This is a nice park near Cheyenne. It is a bit dusty though. The roads are gravel so there is some dust when inconsiderate fellow campers do not observe the speed limits within the park. Overall it is a nice park and we would stay here again if we are in the Cheyenne area.
We stayed here for 3 nights and visited Salt Lake City, the Great Salt Lake and the Kennecott Mine. This is a very nice and well laid out campground. It was super clean. All the hook-ups were in a convenient place. The roads are all paved and the sites are level concrete pads that will accommodate any size motorhome. There is well manicured grass between each site and all sites have a picnic table. We would most definitely stay here again if we are in the Salt Lake area.
We were rather disappointed with this park. We use the Good Sam Trailer Life Directory religiously and I think this park was way overrated. It's rated at a 9/9/9 but I don't think so. It was OK and everyone of the staff was friendly but the sites are dirt, lots of dust. A few trees but not worthy of a 9/9/9. Quite a few full time residents and their sites are not kept up to par. I sent them a web inquiry from their website about availability and never did get an answer. We would probably not stay here again.
Very nice smaller park. Friendly helpful hosts. Super clean facilities and super clean bathrooms. Paved street and level gravel spots. Some trees and excellent views out over the countryside. We would definitely stay here again.
Very nice park. Easy to get to, easy to get around and super nice people that work there. Lots of grass between sites and very level sites. Super clean bathrooms and showers. Very nice laundry facilities also.
A very small clean park that is right next to the Blue OX factory. It has full hook-ups and 50 AMP service. It is a near a very small town of Pender and there is not much to do in the immediate area. We stayed here for free because we were having some work done by Blue OX. They manufacture tow products for motorhomes and fifth wheels. We would stay here again if were in the area but it isn't really a destination stop.
This is a very nice park. There is only electricity at each site, no water or sewer. There are 30-AMP and 50-AMP sites. There is access to water to fill your tank near the entrance and there are also water faucets scattered throughout the park every 5-6 sites. It is a very clean and well cared for state park. It as located within walking distance of a nice lake. All sites are paved and level. They are well spaced out with lots of grass and trees and also each site has a nice picnic table. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.
A very nice KOA. It is easy to find, easy to get into and easy to get around in. We stayed three nights and did the sights in Kansas City. The camp sites are quite level so it didn't take much time setting up. Some are a little narrow and you are close to your neighbors but nothing too bad. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.
We have stayed at many KOA's and this had to be the worst so far. It is a rundown industrial area. There is a truck yard and also a school bus yard near the park and there was a lot of noise from whose all the time. The trucks day and night and the school buses all leaving in the morning and coming back and then leaving again in the late afternoon and then coming back. The park is rundown and very dusty. As a previous reviewer stated there seem to be a lot of full time people who live here and they have canopies over their vehicles. The office staff were friendly and helpful enough toward us and the pool seemed nice but was closed in Sept. when we were there. Considering the constant noise, dusty conditions and the overall shape the park was in we would probably not stay there again.
Very nice campground close to Louisville, KY. At first when I made the reservation I was a little hesitant but once we got there it was a very nice and clean park. The sites are gravel with nice paved roads and a small concrete patio at each site. The $20 we paid per night reflects the weekly rate of $140 which was very good for as nice as the park was.
This park is OK but in need of a lot of TLC. The trees need trimmed, grass cut, etc. There are a lot of fulltime residents at this park. The first site they gave up was right next to the freeway and quite noisy. We could not get satellite and were bummed. We cruised the park and picked out 4 or 5 sites that were empty and we liked so we asked to move and they said sure. The stay wasn't too bad then. We probably would not stay here again.
Well let's just say it was adequate for a few days. It is right next to the casino and that is handy. There is no water and no sewer. There is a dump station and a hose in the campground to fill your water tank. Lots of grass and it was in need of mowing. It is very close to the Soo Locks so that was good. There is no pool in the campground but you do have access to the pool at the hotel. We would stay here again for a night or two.
Not a bad park overall. We had a nice site near the lake. Some of the sites near the cabins seemed tight and the electric and water were a far reach but our area was good. Lots of grass, concrete bad, full hook-ups. We stayed here through ROD were here for 4 nights.
We stayed here six nights. It is a nice park but not the best KOA we have ever been to. As with all KOAs they charge you for everything extra you want. They help guide you to your site and are very friendly. We stayed here during the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta and had a great time. It is well located for that. We did not have the best site but it was good none the less. We would probably stay here again.
Very nice park. We stayed 4 nights and had a wonderful site. There are lots of shade trees and also nice grassy areas near most sites where you can sit and read and relax. The people that run the office were very friendly and helpful. The lady that worked the office provided us with very good information about Santa Fe. We would definitely stay here again if we come to the area.