A wonderful park. We stayed right next to the beach and could hear the waves pounding at night. The restrooms are new and super clean. There is a laundromat which is so nice when you just have a load or two of dirty laundry. It's convenient to the historic area of Fernandina Beach which has good boutique shopping and great restaurants. We like the Salty Pelican. We also enjoyed the local museum and the Fort Clinch tour.
The beach is wonderful, campsites are spacious, and some are right on the water. Although the new loop has sewer, we like the original loop better as the sites are wide open. During our stay, the weather was dreadful ice, rain, and freezing temperatures. Despite miles of sand, the park staff chose to close the rest rooms in our loop because the steps and deck had a light coating of ice instead of sprinkling a layer of sand. The roads are dirt. There are a number of potholes which the staff doesn't repair because they use them as speed bumps. There was a huge pothole in front or our site and after a day of rain, a small child or dog could have been lost in it. The good news is that laundry facilities have been added to the older loop during a recent remodeling.
This is a definite 10! I booked the site last year, the current rate is $5 more. The Wi-Fi problems have been fixed and there are now four hot spots in the park. We stayed in Site 117 across the road from the waterfront and had a nice view of the marina. Loved the on site trash pickup every day. Staff was very friendly and the park was quiet at night. The Sunset Grille is on site and was excellent. We will return next year.
Awkward campground design, electric sites are designed so the trailer door opened onto the street. But the good news is that two tractor trailers arrived with new portable showers which were being installed as we left. Our rate reflected a senior NPS discount.
Very nice campground high on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi. Clean restrooms. Great location to tour the Great River Valley. Stop in Stockholm for great pies and in Red Wing at the pottery and shoe store in town. Very few sites have a clear southern exposure so the satellite dish and ESPN was not usable. But plenty of antenna stations available.
This is one of the smaller campgrounds in Custer State Park, the sites are fairly close, bath house is well maintained. The hosts were very helpful. Great location for seeing area sites, good food market in Custer. Nice laundromat at Coolidge General store - small but had it all to myself and very inexpensive. Brand new dump station around the corner from Game Lodge campground at the beginning of Wildlife loop.
There is not a more beautiful setting for an RV park than Buffalo Bill. Nine miles west of Cody, every site has a marvelous view of the Buffalo Bill reservoir. Only seven sites can be reserved, we arrived a day early in mid-afternoon and snagged a first come site and moved the next day to a reserved site (#2). Plan on spending a day and a half at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, skip the Old Town village. Do have breakfast at The Irma. The vault toilets are not my cup of tea, bring the chemicals !
Great one night stop on our way to Grand Tetons from Lake Tahoe. Two very large, brand new rest rooms. Staff not on site except late in the day, but instructions are clear and envelopes and a payment slot are handy. Overnighter pull through spots are clearly marked. Long term residents come and go from mining sites but are very quiet and respectful. Laundromat on site. Very clean and well maintained RV parks.
This was a great one night stop on our way to the Grand Tetons. Very reasonable price for a full hookup facility with generous pull through sites. Well kept facility with clean rest rooms and showers. We chose this site based on previous reviews and were not disappointed.
This is a well maintained state park, our rate reflects a Texas State Park Pass ($70 this year) which is a bargain. The facilities we very well maintained, we had a lake front view. The power plant on the lake has closed and the formerly warm lake waters that used to provide abundant fishing has now dropped so low that the boat ramp is 30 feet from the water. It's a shame because it's a very nice park with very few visitors.
This is a very nice park with shaded picnic tables on many sites. We saw a water outlet with in a few yards of our site. We pulled in and unhooked only to find our the water had been turned off - bummer! Fortunately with our hoses and two more borrowed from a neighbor we were able to reach water at the campground host location. Strange that the host was never there. Others told us the season hadn't started yet. Convenient if you are touring old Route 66.
This is a great state park with well maintained facilities. Our rate reflects a Texas State Park pass. Close to the Plains Prairie Historical Museum which take an entire day. There is a 1.5 mile switchback ascent when leaving the park with about a 10% grade. Longhorns are often seen at the entrance. If you are not using AT&T you will need to go to the entrance often for cell and internet service.
While the long term sites are extremely attractive, our three night stay placed us in a pull through site designed for two trailers so our street side is no more than five feet from our neighbor. The check-in process was lacking, the staff neglected to provide key cards for the facilities which resulted in a return trip in the car to the front desk. While the park is relatively quiet, I think there are better campground options in Pahrump.
Convenient, extremely well kept campground. Friendly staff. The small convenience store is nicely stocked with necessities. The campground is on a hill overlooking I 40 but far enough away that the traffic noise is steady and low if windows are open. Individual large shower rooms(10x10) and plenty of hot water were a real treat. Propane and laundry on site.
Beautiful location just outside Cottonwood and centrally located for touring and attractions. Good hiking and mountain biking trails within the park. Easy to get to. Sites are fairly close but manageable. Nice clean restrooms.
The is a wonderful spot for visiting Stowe and the surrounding area, very close to town and many attractions and restaurants. Would have given it a 10 but the bathrooms are quite dated and while clean, it's not a facility that matches the delightful setting.
This is a spectacular campground, one of the four campgrounds (Beechwood) has paved sites which is great if it's raining, the other three offer a little more privacy. We visited after Labor Day and had the entire place virtually to ourselves. Wonderful hiking trails and a very helpful staff. Try to avoid arriving on I-94, the road is pretty rough. PA Route 390 into the park is nice and smooth.
This is the prettiest setting we have found, the sites are well spaced apart. The rest rooms are old but fairly well maintained - could use some paint this off season. Nicely located to tour attractions in Southern VT.