We have stayed at the park many times over the years and it's still one of the nicest campgrounds in the Tucson area. Sites are level, gravel, with concrete patios and nearly new picnic tables. The park Wi-Fi was being repaired when we arrived, but it was up and running before we left and it worked well. There is a large clubhouse with lots of activities during the season. Since it's on the Indian reservation, there are no taxes. Our rate is the Passport America rate, they recently joined the program. We won't stay anywhere else when in Tucson.
This park is right off of I-10 but we didn't get a lot of traffic noise. Sites are level and gravel with a picnic table. There are some long term residents but the park is relatively neat and clean. All sites are satellite friendly, but no Wi-Fi internet. Our rate is the Passport America rate for one of the six 50A pull through sites. 30A sites are $1.50 less. PA is available with no restrictions.
The park is clean with paved roads and level sites. Nearly all are open for satellite. The staff were friendly and very helpful with local information. There is propane available. We would stay here again.
This campground is ok for an overnight stop. Not all sites have 50A, some are 30A only but are marked as such. Sites are nearly level, and just long enough for a 40' motorhome and towed. Roads and sites are gravel. Casino is up a hill. No office, just a camp host that hasn't showed up yet to collect the rent.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed in for some time. The roads are paved, sites are concrete and level, with grass in between. The Wi-Fi Internet was excellent. The sites are very open for satellite. The only thing missing was a picnic table or I would give it a 10. We would stay here any time we're in the area.
The previous descriptions are accurate. They do offer free Wi-Fi, but only at the clubhouse. Each site does have an Ethernet connection for internet, rather unusual. Because the sites are tight, the host will help you park. We used this park as a base for exploring Olympic NP, but it's a long drive to the far NW parts of the park. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. Although the sites are a bit short, there was room to park our towed behind our motorhome in the paved, level, pull through site. The Wi-Fi is excellent and fast. The laundry is clean and inexpensive. Most sites are satellite friendly. The most noise is from the highway if you're in the northern part of the park. I wouldn't recommend taking a large RV across the Hood River Bridge. It's not only very narrow, but there is bridge construction being done this summer. There is also large truck traffic and if you meet one of those, you will have a clearance problem. Cross at The Dalles to the East or the Bridge of the Gods to the west to get into OR. This is a good location to visit the various waterfalls along old US 30 on the south side of the river. Mount Hood is an easy day trip. We would stay here again.
As others have reported, the park is mostly gravel and the sites are close together. The 50A power was a problem as one leg was 125V and the other 104V with one air conditioner running. We had to bypass our power protector to keep it from shutting off the power. It is convenient for visiting the Coulee dam and surrounding area. OK for a short stay but we can't recommend it for longer visits.
The sites are full hookup with 6 sites for smaller RVs, or perhaps 2 or 3 large RVs, and the other sites are of various sizes. One site is 50Amp, the rest are 30Amp. They hope to offer Wi-Fi internet next year. Management is quite helpful and friendly. There are also numerous cabins available as well as some seasonal renters. The laundry is very nice and reasonably priced. Every site has a view of the Clark Fork River. There is a clubhouse and a large community fire pit. We would stay here again when in the area.
The sites are gravel and level, and many are satellite friendly. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The WiFi was excellent from our site (F5). This is a great place to stay when visiting Glacier NP. We would stay here again.
The previous review of this campground is accurate. The road up to the park entrance is paved. There are 18 backin 30A sites and 6 pull-through 50A sites. Sites are on grass and fairly level. All sites are satellite friendly. This is a nice place to stay to visit the east side of Glacier NP when all the other campgrounds are full. We would stay here again.
The back in sites are quite short, while a 40' RV might fit, there would be no room for the tow or towed vehicle to park on the site. The pull through sites are curved and can hold a large rig. The electrical box was so far back we needed all of our 35' power cord to reach it. The 30A power was marginal with voltage fluctuations and large drops with any load. The back in sites are all satellite friendly but only one of the pull through sites is. No credit cards, but personal checks and cash are accepted. This is part of the county fairgrounds. I don't believe the previous review was of this campground, as there are no casinos nor a pool available.
The campground has a new owner as of last year and there are a number of mobile homes here. Most (all?) of the RV sites are filled with semi-permanent residents due to the oil boom in eastern MT and western ND. We were lucky to get the only site available for the one night we stopped. The 50A power showed a lot of voltage fluctuation and we had to bypass our surge protector. Fortunately we didn't need A/C.
Convenient to US2. Self service for payment. We paid the Passport America rate. Sites are not too level front to back. All are backin. The 50A power had low voltage on one leg so we could only run one air conditioner and could not use our microwave.
The sites are gravel as are the interior roads. Sites are large, level and long enough for large rigs. Not all sites have 50amp. Wi-Fi worked well, even from the back row furthest from the office. There are a picnic table and fire ring at each site. The manager/owner was very helpful and friendly. As others have stated, they don't take credit cards; cash or check only. The rate stated was a weekly rate. This is where we will stay when we're in the area.
The 8 pull through sites are gravel and level with easy access. The power is only 30A and tended to low voltage under load, at least at our site. Our surge protector shut us down several times when we added a load, like the microwave oven, and we ended up bypassing it to keep the power on. Fortunately we didn't need air conditioning. The owner was quite friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi connection was excellent.
Nothing has changed since our last stay here 2 years ago. The staff is very friendly and the check in was quick. The pull through sites are long enough that we didn't have to unhook and the sites are level. Most sites are still satellite friendly. There are picnic tables at the sites. We do have to come here for a longer stay sometime.
This is also a Passport America park but the PA rate isn't available on Fridays and Saturdays, so we paid the Good Sam rate. Sites were gravel, level, and long enough we didn't have to unhook our towed. We asked for, and were given, a site that was clear for satellite. The manager was friendly and led us to our site. The WiFi internet was free and worked very well. The park is just far enough from I-55 that the traffic noise wasn't bothersome. We would definitely stay here again.
Not much to add to the previous reviews. Nothing has changed since we last stayed here in Sept. 2010. The rate quoted is for Passport America. For that you get full hookup, 50A electric in a back in against a concrete wall. Odd numbered sites have the hookups on the correct (left) side but even sites are on the other (right) side requiring running cables and hoses under the RV. Since it's wide open, all sites are good for satellite.
A small COE park with 6 full hookup pull through sites with 50A electric, unusual for a COE park. 4 of the 6 pull through sites are open for satellite, but the rest of the sites are mostly in trees. The pull through sites are at right angles to the narrow roads making tight turns for big rigs. Hookups are to the back of the sites, requiring either long hoses or unhooking and parking the towed in front. The $10 is with the Golden Age Passport. Easy access to the park from I-35. There was a lot of road noise in the evening but it quieted down later. We would stay here again.
The sites are wide and deep enough to allow parking a vehicle in front of the RV. Sewer connections are at the back of the lot, so you may need an extension to your hose. The site Wi-Fi internet is quite expensive, but free internet is available in the clubhouse area. Most sites are open for satellite and the Verizon 4G data signal was excellent. This was our second stay here to visit friends and we would stay here again.
The campground is all gravel, and some sites may be difficult to level in. The manager was very helpful and gave us a long pull through next to one of the laundries so we didn't have to unhook. The free laundry is rather unique. The price is for Passport America which is good for 2 nights but they may accept longer stays if you ask. The free Wi-Fi was very good and few trees so very satellite friendly. There is some highway noise.
We stayed here for a week using Passport America. We were in an area of open, no trees, but fairly level sites with full hookups. Easy access to the road. The Wi-Fi was excellent, about the best we've encountered at any campground. The staff was friendly and helpful with information about local sights. Convenient to both Hutchinson and Wichita, about 20 miles to each. There are several small lakes in the campground, but not where we were parked. We would stay here again.
This is one of the cleanest campgrounds we've stayed in anywhere. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We were led to our site that accommodated our 2 satellite antennas as we requested. They make great pizza in the office and deliver to your site. We've never run into this before. The Wi-Fi is strong, although we didn't use it for internet. The restrooms and showers are immaculate. We would like to return for a longer stay some day.
This park is not fancy but is close to I-35 for easy access. Sites are level gravel and the hookups are all in the right place. The rate we paid was Passport America, I don't think I'd pay the full rate of $40 to stay here overnight. They have propane available on site as well.
This is a membership park with several affiliations, including Passport America and Escapees. The rate shown is the PA rate for a 30A with water site. We arrived on a Sunday and the office was closed. There are very clear instructions for late arrivals so we had no trouble finding a pull through site. Most of the park is satellite friendly. The interior roads are narrow and a bit bumpy. The sites are gravel and grass. The truck stop at exit 1 had the lowest diesel fuel prices in OK and is convenient to the campground. We would stay here again.
This is a quiet park well off the highway with reasonably level sites. The pull through sites are oriented such that you have to stop before turning the corner to go to the office, which is in a 5th wheel on the first site. The owner was friendly. We paid the Passport America rate. It's OK for an overnight stop or a few days if you have business in the area. We would stay there again.
This is a very nice campground right on Lake LBJ with good views of the lake from nearly every site. Sites are all paved and level with lots of grass in between and a picnic table on a concrete patio. They have garbage pickup every morning at the sites. We saw no signs of deer droppings as another report stated, nor were we asked about the age of our RV when we made our reservation (ours is 14 years old). The WiFi internet is free but is so slow as to be nearly unusable. If the WiFi were improved I would rate this park a 10. We were here with a rally so the rate stated is a discounted rally rate. Almost all sites are satellite friendly. The park is over a mile from the nearest highway so it's very quiet at night. Our group had full use of the activity center during our 5 day rally. The center has a full kitchen and a large, covered, patio with 4 picnic tables. We would definitely stay here again.
The sites are gravel, comfortable in size and level. Water is on the right side of the RV, but electric and sewer are in the usual location, at least for the older backin sites. The new pull through sites have the hookups in the usual place. The staff is friendly and helpful. This park is convenient if you're visiting the Green Valley/Tubac area. We stayed a week and would stay here again.
Most of the sites are brand new since summer 2010. The sites are large, gravel, and reasonably level. The staff is friendly and helpful. The sites along the south edge of the park do have a lot of traffic noise but it dies down at night. Very convenient to I-10 and 303 loop. Some hookups are at the far left rear corner of the lot, so long hoses are needed. We stayed for a month and would stay here again.
All the previous reviews were accurate as to the conditions of this campground. Our site was close to level and the hookups were convenient to our utility bay. If they were busy and doubled up on the sites, there could be some hookup problems. We paid the Passport America rate, cash only and no checks, and it's good for up to 4 days. If you don't have PA, there are other, nicer, campgrounds in the area, but for a short visit, we would stay here again.
We paid the Passport America rate. As others have said, the sites are narrow, with barely enough room for the towed to park. Motorhomes are parked nose in while trailers are backed in, of course, so our view is of the rear of the trailer in front of us. The first site we were given was unsuitable as the trailer in the next site was using the sewer connection for our site and we couldn't reach the other one near the front of our motorhome. The manager did find us another site that worked fine for us. There are picnic tables at each site and all are open for satellite.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at. The sites are concrete and level with ample room to park a second vehicle. Besides the casino, there is a gas station with diesel fuel and a propane station. They accept Passport America for up to 3 days. Some sites have trees blocking satellite reception, but many are open.
The previous reviews are quite accurate. We, too, paid $14.50 with Passport America. Level concrete pads, a picnic table on concrete, and very open for satellite. Friendly staff. Sites are angled for easy access. We would stay here again.
This is a small campground, a few miles from Hot Springs, with nice views of the surrounding hills, level gravel sites with picnic table, most of which are open for satellite. The staff is friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi internet is based on HughesNet and is almost unusable. Even the staff tells you that. We would stay here again.
The $10 rate is the Passport America rate. For that you get 50A electric and water and a site along the back wall. We were in a far end site and had a nice view of the river. Sites are gravel and level, interior roads are asphalt. Sites are closely spaced with shared hookups as described in a previous review. We didn't find that a problem, however. The park is convenient to the interstates and downtown Little Rock, and the Clinton Library is just across the river. We would stay here again.
We found this campground by accident and it turned out to be a very good find. While most of the sites are shaded we parked in one of the 5 long pull through sites that are very satellite friendly. The owner that checked us in was very friendly and led us to the site with a golf cart. The pull through sites are quite level and large with picnic tables at some sites. The WiFi signal was strong, and while Tengo Internet, it's free but you need to get a code from the office before signing on. The $26 was with an Escapee discount. We would stay here again.
The campground is easy to access from the interstate if you follow the directions. Easy access to downtown St. Louis and the freeways via the bridge. Directly across from the arch, which can be easily seen from the campground. The roads and sites are asphalt with some leveling required. There is grass between the sites, but no picnic tables. Small trees offer a little shade, but it's mostly satellite friendly. Casino security patrols the campground regularly. You can call security and they will take you to the casino and/or the metro station at the casino/hotel. A good base for visiting the St. Louis area. We would stay here again.
The owners were very friendly. They have a soft serve ice cream machine that is quite good. The sites are gravel and level with easy access to the hookups. The pull through sites are satellite friendly but the back in sites along the south edge have trees. This would be a nice park for a small rally as there is a outdoor pavilion and a fire ring. There is also a small room connected to the store/office with several tables. We would stay here again.
It's always nice to find a campground in the city when sightseeing and this one is convenient to the state Capitol and other points of interest. We were given a site on one of the asphalt lots with full hookups and 50A electric. This lot is also satellite friendly. The $20 rate is the over 55 senior rate, otherwise it's $25. The water connection is on the right side and the sewer is over a metal fence and you do need a long sewer hose to reach it. The sites in our lot are level but closely spaced. The office staff was very friendly and let us choose our site. The Wi-Fi is encrypted and very good. We would stay here again.
This COE campground is right on the river. It was very full, but we found several sites in the east loop that were satellite friendly and weren't reserved. The sites are closer together than usual for a COE campground, but are level concrete and some had just been replaced with fresh concrete. There is no water at the sites but numerous water spigots are available around the campground. This was our second visit here. On our first visit in 2001 the west loop had just been reopened after major flooding of the river. This is a nice place for an overnight and we would stay here again.
This is a typical COE campground with mostly large, level sites and good electric. Entrance from the north is a very sharp 180º turn, but can be handled by a big rig with a wide turn. We stayed in the west loop right on the water. The office is open from 0900-1100 and 1800-2000 only.
This is our second overnight stay here. We would definitely consider it for a longer stay if we needed to be in this area. All that the previous reviewers have said is true. The pull through sites are long, level, and gravel, and most are satellite friendly. The $33 rate was with an AARP 5% discount, the only discount they offer.
We have stayed here several times and always enjoy the park. The sites are gravel with grass between. There is a picnic table and fire ring at each site. The electric and sewer are near the back of the sites but most have the water connection near the front requiring extra water hoses. The office personnel are friendly and helpful. This is a county park so there are no long term rates, just a daily rate. There are 58 full hookup sites, 11 no hookup and 24 electric only. The full hookup sites are all satellite friendly.
This park is a gravel lot with 2 rows of back in sites with concrete patios. Most of the occupants seem to be long term residents. No manager on site, you call the telephone number on the sign and pay with a drop box in the laundromat. There are 2 washers and 2 dryers. OK for a one night stop.
Personnel were very friendly and helpful. The interior roads are rough and the sites need more stone to keep down the mud. We stopped here because we needed propane and fuel, both available here at competitive prices, and it was the end of the day so we just spent one night. Our site had the electric hookup at the front of the RV and we needed all of our power cord to reach it. I doubt we will stay here again.
The manager was friendly and helpful at check-in. Roads and sites are gravel and mostly level. Some sites have the sewer connection near the front requiring a long hose. The park is convenient to downtown Camp Verde with easy access to and from I-17. We stayed here for a week for $160. There are no discount plans, but taxes are included in the rates. There is a propane fill station, a dump station and laundry.
The other reports are accurate with respect to the facilities. We have had a group rally here for the past 3 years and expect to return. I would give this park a 10 if it had sewer hookups, but for a stay of up to a week, it's an excellent choice. We'll stay here again.
The office was closed when we arrived so we pulled into a very long pull through and registered when they reopened at 3:00pm. Good 50amp power but the water tastes terrible. Sites are gravel and level, the Wi-Fi is good. Very satellite friendly. The sites where we parked are separated by 4 foot fences for some privacy. Picnic tables at each site. We would stay here again, but mostly as just an overnight because of the water.
The rate we paid was for Passport America with 50amp electric. Our gravel site was a bit unlevel side to side, but otherwise long enough. The Wi-Fi signal was very good. The previous comments are accurate and reflect our experience as well. We would stay here again. We saw several other RVs do as we did, drive through the RV park next door and immediately come here.
The rate we paid was the Passport America rate which is good for up to a week. The sites are gravel, level and easy to access. The Wi-Fi was a bit weak beyond the 2nd row but usable. Some trees could interfere with satellite but it's easy to find a spot in each site that's clear. They have some animals in a zoo next door and there were quite a few flies. We would stay here again.
We arrived later than usual for us, about 6:00pm, and the park was nearly empty. The manager was out so we parked ourselves in a level pull through and our 38' motorhome and truck in tow just fit. The gravel sites all appear very level. The free Wi-Fi was excellent. This park is fine for a one or two night stop. We would stay here again.
We stopped for one night and got a 50A electric only pull through site, perfect for our purposes. The office staff was friendly and efficient. The Wi-Fi is free and works quite well. The park is all gravel, but I believe they may water it to keep the dust down. No trees so very satellite friendly. We would stay here again.
The staff was friendly and helpful at check-in. Sites are gravel and grass and fairly level. The Wi-Fi internet worked very well. No trees so it's satellite friendly. While expensive, there is no real competition other than the few campgrounds in Grand Teton NP itself.
The rate was based on one night at the Passport America rate and one night at the Good Sam rate as we came in on a Thursday. The sites are gravel, large, and level. Very satellite friendly. The manager gave us very useful information about the area. Our site did have an open electrical ground on the pedestal, but we bypassed the surge protector as that's not a serious problem. We will report it to the management. This is a good place to stay to visit the west side of the Grand Tetons. We would stay here again.
Very friendly owners here: when we were gone for 15 hours to Yellowstone NP the owner and daughter let our dog out and fed her for us. The sites are side by side which has the advantage of not looking at your neighbors sewer connection when sitting outside. The Wi-Fi is excellent, with several repeaters around the park. Many of the sites are satellite friendly. Sites are gravel and level. The interstate is very close and trains do come through at night, so the noise may bother some people. We stayed here for a week and would do so again.
There are 28 sites here with full hookups, 50amps, water, sewer, for $20/night; and 50 sites with no hookups for $10/night. The long term rates (14 consecutive days) are $15/night by arrangement. The sites are grass, level, and roomy. The hookups are side by side. It's located very close to I-94 for easy access. This campground is not listed anywhere other than here, which is how we found it. We would stay here again.
Good grassy, level sites with shared hookups. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Gravel roads. We were here early in the season and the park was nearly empty. They also have a few cabins and trailers for rent. The cabins are very nice inside. They take Passport America for the first night, we stayed for a week at a weekly rate. We would stay here again.
Everything the other reviewers say is true so I won't restate it. We have always stayed at Campus RV Park in Independence and didn't find this park until this year. If we had found it sooner, we would have stayed here instead. This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've been in for quite awhile. We were going to stay one night but decided to stay for 2 and take advantage of the inexpensive laundry ($1.25/load). We came from the south so had no problem finding the entrance. It's obvious from the Parvin Ave. From the north, you do have to go one exit past, then come back to Parvin Ave. We'll stay here again.
The sites are all paved pullthroughs, but a bit on the short side. Long enough for a 40' RV but parking the towed or tow vehicle is difficult. All sites are first come, first served, no reservations. Only 4 50A sites and if the camp host isn't in to give you a map, you won't know which ones they are. (They're 9,10,31,32) Park in a site and the camp host will come around with the paperwork. You pay on the way out. Satellite friendly, close to the Will Rogers Memorial Museum.
The park is a bit of a drive from the highway on narrow, 2 lane, bumpy roads but is easy to find with the good signage. The staff was friendly. This is a member owned campground with large, grassy sites. The transient sites are long gravel pullthrus so you can stay hitched up if desired. We got the Passport America rate of $10/nite+$1 for 50A electric.
We stopped here for one night and used our Passport America to get the $17 rate. The checkin was easy and we were given a long pull through as we were leaving in the morning and didn't want to unhitch the towed. Very satellite friendly, WiFi is available but not free.
We had a level, gravel back in site with full hookups. However, the electric was at the front of the site and our power cord barely reached the pedestal. There appears to be a large new section of sites under construction with concrete streets and pads. Much of the campground was free of trees for good satellite reception. The free Wi-Fi put a tool bar in the browser and did work. The location is about 15 minutes from Avery Island and the Tabasco factory. We would stay here again.
We stopped here for one night. The office staff was very helpful and friendly. We had a pull through long enough so we didn't have to unhook the towed as were leaving in the morning. The Wi-Fi was very good and quite fast. Site was gravel and level. We would stay here again.
The owner that checked us in was friendly, and her husband led us to our site in a golf cart. The interior roads are asphalt but very narrow. Sites are grass with concrete patios. There a a lot of park models and permanent trailers here for the winter snowbirds. We would stay here again.
This park is a few miles off the interstate, but not difficult to find. We asked for a satellite friendly site and were given a gravel site on the lake, well away from the highway and traffic. Interior roads are gravel with some potholes, but the staff was filling them in as needed. We paid for a week as it was cheaper than 6 days at the daily rate, at the suggestion of the manager. We would stay here again.
We were here for a rally, and paid a mixed rally and Passport America rate. The sites are all on grass, and the interior roads are unpaved. Before we arrived, a motorhome had driven over the poorly marked septic tank in the front row and the sewer system for those sites was unusable. The manager was letting people dump gray water on the ground which created a very bad odor. Fortunately, we were in the back row which had a working sewer system. We were allowed to use the clubhouse facilities for our evening activities, which was a plus. The gate to the campground is locked at 7:00pm each night, but we were given the lock code. That is just too early to lock down a campground. On Monday, we were treated to a backhoe digging up the broken septic system and the installation of a new tank. The ground was saturated from the recent rains and there was lots of mud. Although this is a Passport America park, I doubt we would stay here again by choice.
We parked in the new red section with large, gravel pull thrus and full hookups. We had a view of the lake from our site (16). Sites are not quite level, with some better than others. The gravel is still loose and the jacks may sink at some sites. Most of the sites in the red section are satellite friendly but the older section has lots of trees for those that like shade. The staff was very helpful and let us pick out our site. The rate I posted is the Passport America rate. We would recommend this park and would stay here again.
We stayed in a 50A electric only site that was large and level. Many of the electric sites are clear for satellite. The nearest metro station is about 10 miles away and is an easy way to get to downtown DC. The check in person was very helpful and gave us good information on local places. We will recommend this park over the more expensive campgrounds near DC and would stay here again.
We were here to have some work done on the motorhome and needed to leave each day and return in the afternoon. They assigned us a long pull through site and gave us a cone to place on the site during the day to ensure that it wasn't reassigned in our absence. We parked on a concrete pad that was very level and the site had a fire ring and picnic table. The Wi-Fi was excellent even though we were in the farthest part of the campground. Most of the sites are satellite friendly. They have a very convenient propane station so we filled up on our return one afternoon. We would stay here again.
The check in person was very friendly and helpful. We got a pull through for our one night stop across from the laundry as we had to do some today. The laundry had good machines but the area was not very clean. As they are closing after this weekend, that may have been a factor. There are lots of seasonal campers here but our site was level and long enough so we didn't have to unhook the towed. The Wi-Fi was as good as any we've experienced and free. We would stay here again.
The staff was friendly and helpful. We were here with a small group for a rally and had asked for a 50A site with a clear view for our satellite antennas. They could only find a 30A site but said they would move us to a 50A site if possible. When we checked in we were not only assigned a 50A site but it was one of the few with a clear satellite view. They had noted our requests and were able to fulfill them. Roads are mostly gravel but not too bad. Our site was quite level, but some others had a noticeable grade to them. The free Wi-Fi internet did have some problems on at least one day but for the most part, it worked well. We would stay here again.
The staff was very friendly on arrival. When I called to make the reservation, I was asked if we had any discount cards, specifically Passport America. We do have PA, and when we checked in we were given 2 nights at the PA rate, and the 3rd at the Escapee discount rate, a pleasant surprise. The south half is still closed due to flooding but the north half was open with lots of available sites. At least half of the sites are satellite friendly, but the free WiFi isn't very usable away from the office. During the first night, we have torrential rains and thunderstorms, but the power never dropped out and the water was drained off by morning. The views of the river are great from every site. Very convenient to Natchez. We would stay here again and will recommend it to our friends.
We registered for a month at $299, thus the $10 daily rate. WiFi internet works very well. Sites are easy to access and level. Hookups are conveniently located. The post office is a short walk away for those getting mail at general delivery. Propane is available at the site once a week. The new area we are in has few trees so is very satellite friendly.
Sites are long (100 ft. pull throughs) and level with little shade to block satellite dishes. We paid the Passport America rate of $10/night. There is a restaurant, not fancy, but OK for breakfast, a nature trail through 5 acres of desert. Ft. Davis and McDonald observatory are a day trip away.
Typical COE park, large sites, good views of the lake, good power and water. There is a large resident herd of small whitetail deer that roam the campground in the morning and evening and are quite used to people. The showers are huge and very clean. We paid $9 with our Golden Age pass.
Manager was friendly, led us to our site, but let us park ourselves. Just the way it should be. Sites are all concrete and most have a parking pad in the rear for your tow vehicle or towed. Almost a mile from the highway so very quiet. Free WiFi that works well. Some low spots that puddled in the rain, but nothing dangerous. We would stay here again.
Sites are decent size. There are 4 hookups (water and 30A electric) for each site as the park fills up for LSU football games and they can park up to 4 RVs on each site. The office was not well marked and it took some searching to find it to pay. The don't take credit cards, it's cash or check only. We would camp here again but would check the LSU football schedule if it's in the Fall.
We had a week long rally here with about 9 other RVs and had a very nice time. The staff were friendly and helpful, letting us move some picnic tables to one site for our daily gatherings. They allowed us to have campfires in our fire ring each night. If you're a camper, you can ride the narrow gauge railroad around the park for free. Some sites were so wide you needed a long sewer hose to reach the hookup, but that's a minor consideration. We would camp here again.
All pads are concrete, some shared hookups. The 50A outlets on our site both had one leg missing, but the 30A was OK. Payment is on the honor system, we didn't see any camp hosts or anyone checking the sites. Not much of a view, but quiet. We would stop here again.
Interior roads are narrow and the sites are tight but we were able to navigate into a long pullthru without unhooking for the night. Office staff were friendly. They offer Good Sam and Escapee discounts, and Passport America part of the year, unfortunately not in October. Easy access to and from the Natchez Trace Parkway. We would camp here again.
The rate shown is for Passport American for a full hookup, 50A site. The staff was very courteous and although the park is quite full, she put us in a site that's open for satellite reception. The sites are close together, but we have a large wooden deck with a picnic table. We would stay here again.
Large, grassy sites. Lots of trees but many sites are open for satellite reception. We didn't have a reservation and were lucky to get a site as the park was nearly full. Interior roads are paved and easy to navigate.
Campground is behind the Hart RV Super center where the Camping World store used to be. Sites are all gravel, level, with no trees to impede satellite antennas. WiFi is free. The campground is about 2 blocks from the Monaco service facility and across the street from the Cock-A-Doodle restaurant which is a good breakfast place.
Campground is on the river just a block off of the highway with riverfront sites costing $2 more. About half the campground is in trees, the rest of the sites are open. Excellent for satellite. Sites were level on grass or gravel. Interior roads were good. Host was friendly. We would stay here again over the marina campground that is about 5 miles out of town.
We were given a site in the front row with a view of Lake Michigan from the Mackinac bridge to St. Helena island. Both DirecTV and HughesNet worked from here. The staff are friendly and helpful, roads are good gravel, as are the first row sites. There was road construction on Point Le Barbe road but the crew kept the road open for RVers during the construction. We would stay here again.
About half the sites are in trees, the rest are open and satellite friendly. Sites are not overly wide and some hookups are side by side. The staff was friendly and we were told that they have good food but we didn't get to sample it.