Very nice park. Exceptionally well maintained. Facilities are very clean. They even blow the pine needles from your site. Huge sites that are big enough for the largest RV's and tow vehicle. Landscaping around each site lends to privacy. There is a pool, shuffle board and ponds. The beach in this area is a pleasant walk and they do have trams you can take instead. There are deer in the park. Beaches in this area are amazing. No Wi-fi but there is a McDonalds down the road. Lots to do in the Destin area.
We stopped here on the way to Florida. There is very easy access from I-65. The facilities were very clean. The camp store was well equipped. There is a playground and a pool. We especially liked the little pet area. Some of the sites are a little close together. I would definitely stop over here again.
This is a lovely state park campground located on Rend Lake and part of the Rend Lake Recreational Complex. The campground has five different areas that resemble fingers all going out to the lake. The sites are all huge. Some are paved but most are gravel. There are picnic tables and fire rings with a big grassy area. The showers are older but clean and handicap accessible. There is only electric hookups. There is water available and the only negatives I saw were that the water sat back off the road. You may need a long hose to fill up. There is one dumping station. There could be a line and wait for it. When checking in you have to know to find one of the campground host sites. Shade or sun sites are available. All of them are very nice. Deer are everywhere. You can sit at your site and watch them. If it has been raining some of the sites will have water standing on them. I would return.
We camped here on our way to Arkansas. There are many camp areas. We were along the lake. The sites here were back in. There is a concrete pad, concrete table and fire ring. The view of the lake was great although the water level was way down. Some of the sites can be very tight and difficult to get into and some did not appear to be level but ours was OK. The showers were clean. There are individual showers which was nice. I also saw washers and dryers at the comfort stations. There is a swimming area on the lake. For the boaters with the right site you could pull your boat up to your campsite. We did go to see the bison although they were not in the bison range. If you are in the area be sure to go eat at Patti's.
This is a wonderful state park. It is located on top of Petit Jean Mountain. We camped in Loop A which has full hook-ups. There is a concrete pad with a picnic table, fire ring, grill and lantern holder. There is also another pad for a tent or dining fly. Loop A sits among tall pines with a view of Lake Bailey. All of the sites are good and spacious. The restrooms were clean and had handicap facilities. We checked out the other areas and they were a little tighter but still very nice. There is no camp store but there is a little carryout down the street with basic food supplies. There are many hiking trails with gorgeous views of the water falls. I would definitely return.
This will be a nice park someday. It looks brand new. There are small trees planted which do not yet provide shade. Full hook ups are available. The advertisement for lakefront is a little deceiving. The lake is their own, not Lake Huron. Lake Huron is across the street and not visible. They do have their own lake and it is large with a swimming area and paddle boats for rent. Restrooms and showers were clean. Internet is easily available. There is a cmp store and a pizza shop that is only open on Friday and Saturday. There is an arcade room and activity rooms.
Very nice campground. There is a gate at the entrance for security. There are many shady areas and paths for walks and hiking. There is a good cool breeze in the campground. You are very near the lake. Fishing is available within the park. There are boat ramps in the park and a beach for swimming. Pull through sites seem larger than the other sites. We stayed in B section. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring. We were here in Mayfly season. They were everywhere. The location is close to Kelley's Island or Put in Bay for sightseeing. We will stay here again.
Very nice, clean campground. There is a security gate with a code to get in. Fishing is available in the river or a small pond. Restrooms were clean. Attendants were available for any questions. Some of the sites are right on the river. There are shade sites available. We will stay here again.
This is a great place to stay. The size is small so even if they were full it would not be a problem. The sites are huge. Everyone has a level, graveled drive and a large area with a picnic table and a fire ring. There is even a cooking grate on the fire ring. There are sites right on the lake so you can fish right next to your camp site. I understand that if you have a boat there is an area near the campsites that you can pull your boat into, so you do not have to keep taking your boat in and out of the water. There is a playground and horseshoes and walking trails. They still have a lot of cleanup from the January Ice Storm but the park is very neat and clean. It is suggested to call for reservations. They are most likely full all the time. I plan on staying here many times!
This is a mobile home community and we knew that ahead of time. They do have about 23 sites available for RV's. We choose this park because we were in Jackson for a baseball tournament and the park location is close to the fields. That having been said, because it is a mobile home community there are no restrooms or showers. There are full hook-ups and pull through involves driving over one site to get to yours. There is a small pool. We arrived on a Friday evening and there was no one at the desk on Saturday or Sunday. Our cable did not work at all and there was no one to report it to. I would not suggest anything more than an overnighter if you had to.
We stayed here on an oceanfront site. The sites are a little difficult to get into because of the roads but once settled they are roomy. Site was level and on sand. There is a picnic table under a shelter. You can hear and see the ocean over the dunes. The rest rooms and showers were clean but after a few people had showered the floors were always wet. We were there during the off season so there was hardly anyone there. During the regular season there would be so much to do especially for families and children. There is a large pool, the lazy river, paddle boats, miniature golf, laundry, a recreation room and a camp store. I was disappointed that the camp store was closed for the season. I thought it would have been open because there are so many people who live there annually. That meant you had to get into the car to go and get any supplies. Overall a nice place. For those of you who have been to Myrtle Beach before and saw fireworks on the beach, they are no longer allowed on any of the beaches. There is security who patrol on golf carts. The staff at the entrance are very welcoming.
Very nice RV park. Most of the sites are shaded. There are some pull thru sites. The back in sites were roomy enough to not be a problem. Sites were graveled with a concrete patio and picnic table. Sites along the creek had a nice grassy area leading down to the creek. Check in was fast. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. There is a pool, camp store and a Pavilion. The rest rooms and showers were extremely clean.
Lovely campground. It is now run by Tybee Island. Staff are friendly and helpful. There are many shaded sites and a few in the sun if you prefer. The Savannah River Beach is a short 2 block walk. The Atlantic Ocean Beach is a 3 walk block. Campfires are only allowed in designated areas. There is a small camp store, pool, laundry facilities and Social area. The restrooms and showers are dated, but adequate, clean and warm. The campground sits in a neighborhood. There is some type of city works and recycling center area close by which does lead to some early morning trucks noise. While we were there we had a tornado warning. The siren was definitely loud enough to waken the campground residents. Staff also alerted campers to the warning.
The campground was very nice. The owners are very friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Sites are large enough with picnic table and fire ring. Campground is clean. There is a pool and playground. There are hiking trails. There is some traffic noise.