Staff was friendly and our site was level. We liked the dog park and that they had a lot of machines in the laundry room. We did pay for a more expensive site so we could have grass, which the people who didn't have grassed used to exercise their dogs on as well and didn't always clean up. We were able to pick up 8 stations on the TV. The Wi-Fi worked fine. We needed RV repair and the recommended a person that did fix the RV but it was a minimum of $200 for him to come out which we thought was excessive. Of course, we think that $74 for a site is excessive as well, even though you are in Vegas and a 10 minute walk from the strip. We would not stay here again. Circus Circus had rooms advertised for $29. We would have been closer to the casino and gotten off much cheaper if we had parked the RV and stayed in the hotel.
Our site was plenty long and somewhat level. Wi-Fi was pretty useless. Our problem with this park is what was advertised was not what you got. They advertised fresh muffins, but apparently they don't have them all the time. They advertise fresh morning coffee and they do have it but they charge 25 cents for a small styrofoam cup of it. They say they have TV service: we were not able to pick up even one channel. They say you have views from every site: which is true, ours was a view of the cabins in front of us. The staff was a bit curt as well. We would not stay here again.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Our site was paved, and level with plenty of room and a fountain in front of us. We had some problems using the Wi-Fi, everything else worked fine. No traffic noise at night. Nice dog run area with some walking trails as well. Pool and hot tub area was nice as well. We would stay here again.
Very laid back park: just come in and pick your spot. We had some issues with leveling. Cable TV worked fine, Wi-Fi signal was weak as we were at the far end from the office. Nice big trees for shade. Works great for an overnight stay.
The interior roads here were really bad. Sites were tight but manageable. Nice that there is some grass. The cable TV worked fine. More than half of the washers and dryers were not functioning. We thought the price was pretty high for what you got. The location however is great to explore Jackson.
Office person was the friendliest I have run into in a few years. Very helpful on what to see in the area. The site was fairly level. Cable TV worked well and not too much problem with the Wi-Fi. The petting zoo was great fun. The mosquitos were really bad. We would stay here again.
Sites were gravel, fairly level and easy to get into. Staff was friendly. Wi-Fi and cable TV did not work very well at all. Fine base for seeing the area. Traffic from the road died down at night and was not a problem.
The sites are kept up well. They had a person park us and provided wood for under our jacks because they have soft pads. There is a cable hookup that does not hookup to cable TV, but to an antenna to reach TV stations better. This did not work for us. The office lady tried to help, but was not able to get their 'antenna' to work with our system either. I think the $42 price is way too high for this park especially with no cable or any TV access. The Wi-Fi, however, worked fine. I would not stay here again at the current price.
Gravel pads with 50/30/20 amps, well kept sites with cable TV. The Wi-Fi worked fine. The noise level was not bad at all, considering the park is next to the highway and a railroad. Staff was friendly and helpful. They accepted Passport America. This was a nice place to stay for a couple days and see the area. We would camp here again.
Park owners were very nice & friendly. Wi-Fi and cable worked well. Interior roads & sites were a dirt/sand gravel mix and bumpy. My site was more level than some of the others looked, but I could not get level and reach the sewer. They do have a dump station. Some road noise during the day but mostly quiet at night. Nice trails to walk on within the campground. The rate here reflects the CampClub discount. I would stay here again at that rate but not at their full rate. There is a RV Resort 10 miles closer to Traverse City with a rate slightly higher than this one that I would rate a 10.
Sites were very unlevel and utilities poorly laid out. The campground has a lot of trees, some making it a challenge for bigger rigs to get into a site. Some road noise. No Wi-Fi but was able to pick up 6 TV stations.
Small, quiet park with a friendly owner. Sites are adequate but could use a new layer of gravel. This is on the lake but there is no beach access. A lot of scrub brush between the campsites and the lake. There are nice trails to bird in from the campground that will take you to the lake. Wi-fi was very slow and didn't always work. Was not able to pick up any TV channels. Nice library of videos available to use while you are there though.
Gravel site, had no problem leveling or getting into the site. The sites are very weedy. Staff was friendly. Wi-Fi was slow. Was able to pick up 2 channels on digital TV. View of the lake was nice even though it is a partial view. They do have property on the lakeside of the road where you can walk down to the lake and see the bridge.
Nicely kept park. I stayed in two different sites. The first was Water & Electric only, it was on grass, level and worked fine. The next night I stayed in a full hook-up site. This site was very sandy & my leveling blocks kept sinking. I had to pull way up in the site to find enough grass to level but the sewer was set way back in the site, so I could not use it. Wi-Fi was slow but worked. Phone signal in some parts of the campground but not all. Owner & Workers were very friendly and helpful. There were more children in this campground than any I have ever been too. Lots of room for kids to play, nice pool & playground area. Seasonal sites were well kept.
We stayed at one of the few sites that did have Wi-Fi access, which was up by the office. Site was gravel, fairly level. Wi-Fi was knocked out by a storm but restored a few hours later. Staff friendly. This is a huge park with lots of seasonal sites but most appeared well kept. We would do another short stay at this park at one of the front sites with Wi-Fi.
We had a nice level gravel pull-thru site with a decent sized well kept grass lot. I was able to pick up a couple of digital TV stations. The park does have Wi-Fi, but it was not working and they did not know when they would have it fixed. No lake views from the park. It is close to Alexandria Bay & Clayton. The owners were very nice.
We stayed in the 100 acres section of the park. There is a sign outside this area saying they are big rig friendly, however the lanes through the campground to get to your site were rather tight and we were scrapped by low hanging and branches that were just not clipped back on the sides. The site was very unlevel and a sandy dirt mixture which was hard to keep out of the rig. Wi-Fi was not available but we were given a cable modem which worked fine, as did the cable. The pull-thru site was plenty long and very wooded. We also felt the campground was way over priced and will not stay again.
Off the beaten path but very relaxing place to stay. Wi-Fi and cable worked fine. Some issues with leveling but nothing major. The fountain in the pond is very nice, but the sites around the pond do not have sewer hook ups. I would have stayed the summer at this park except that they do not rent monthlies to dog owners. Dogs are not allowed to be left alone in your rig at anytime. This does make it difficult to sight see on hot days when you cannot leave your dog in the car either. I would hope they would just address dog owners with problem dogs instead of lumping all pet owners into one category. The owners are very helpful and friendly. I would stay here again .. during a cool time of year.
This is campground is way out in the country. The 'way out' cannot be overstated. It is on a top of a mountain and we did have some problems getting level. There are a lot of spaces for RV's and tents, both in a large grassy area and tucked away in the woods. Most people we met were seasonal or permanent residents. The were very nice and the units out in the main area were kept up. The staff was extremely friendly and went out of their way to be helpful. Lots of room to walk. The park is between two large power lines which offer walking trails and some nice views out over the mountains. The wifi worked well but we could not get any tv reception or phone reception at our site. Great place if you really just want to get away from it all.
Lots of woods. I consider this more of a campground than RV park. Sites were dirt and grassy. Wifi up by office which is a ways away from campsites. The park was quiet. The staff helpful in giving us directions as we were driving and directions to what to see nearby. Was told that they were not allowed to put sewers in at the sites but they did have several dump stations. The road coming into the park had some major bumps and upheaved pavement at 5 mph we still were jarred. Our rate reflects the 1 night Passport rate. We would not stay here at their full price rate.
Lots of trees which made it hard to navigate into our site. Placement of utilities was also very questionable. No way we could reach the sewer even with an extended hose. The trees were oozing sap, rig and car were covered after 3 days. Thankfully there is a truck wash before you get back onto I-95. There was a lot of families and heavy smoke from camp fires. The location of the park is hard to beat. The island itself is fabulous. We would stay here again only for that reason.
First the woman checking us in was extremely rude when we inquired about getting propane. Second we were sent to a site with no visible hook-ups. We made 3 calls to the office to try to get a different site. They finally picked up the 4th time when I was leaving a message. By that time we pulled into another site that was big enough for us. We were told the site was available but we couldn't stay in it because it had a sewer and we wanted water and electric. (They had plenty of sites open) She could not figure out another site to put us so we were 'allowed' to stay in that site. The site we were in was gravel and fine. We were able to pick up about 4 channels with our antenna. The Plantation home was very picturesque. We had planned on staying 2 nights but because of the rudeness of the front desk staff, only stayed 1 night and will not stay there again.
The ocean front sites looked very nice, though they are kind of close together. The rest of the sites are on sand, which was a little weedy when we were there. The campground is small and maneuvering was a little tight. We did have problems with the Wi-Fi the first night but it worked fine after that. The beach area is small but the atmosphere is very relaxed. We would stay here again.
Plenty of room in our site. Lots of big trees. Lots of trails. Wi-Fi was spotty at times. Park was quiet and very relaxing. The front office person went out of her to be sure we had a nice stay. We would camp here again.
Our site was wide enough to park the tow car next our rig. Space between sites was great. The park was very quiet, with lots of birds. Nice picnic tables at each site. Employees were friendly. We did have trouble finding the park because of a missing street sign on the main road. Had to go by the fire station signage to figure out where to go. Disappointed to have to pay for Wi-Fi, but it did work well. Very nice experiences at this park we will stay here again. This rate reflects the Passport rate.