Don't let the pictures at their web page fool you the builds (bath, laundry) are new they are just designed for the outside to look distressed like it's an old stage coach stop. Level gravel sites, good electric and water, quiet and strong signal on the Wi-Fi. We stayed a week ($60 + 0.10 per kwh for electric) to tour the surrounding areas. Nothing here to entertain kids. We would not hesitate to stay here again.
Very large, level paved sites, laundry room with 4 washers and dryers. Pretty quiet as far road noise, park noise none, super nice and helpful owner. We stayed a week ($150) to do things in St Louis, very convenient to attractions and any type of shopping you could want. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
A very old (1932) city park on the banks of the Wabash River, next to the city boat ramp. Very large level gravel sites, good 30amp power & water pressure. Check in and pay the host at site #1 (cash or check) we got a key to the bathhouse but after a quick check we decided to use our own. Only three units in the park the 4 days we were there, a perfect spot to see all the historical sites from. Since it behind the flood wall and the main drive in is a tight turn check your map program and enter the park from Portland Ave also named Red Skelton Ave (same street two names) this will allow you to enter the drive straight in and avoid the tight turn. We will camp here again.
It is a nice clean safe place to stay while visiting Vicksburg. Everybody from the campground to the casino workers were super friendly and helpful, at check in you're given two vouchers for the breakfast buffet at the casino restaurant ($14 value). We will stay here next time we are in the area.
This is a great campground for visiting all the sites and attractions in the area. All sites and roads are paved, good hook-ups, nice clean bath and laundry rooms. Sites are back in but big enough for any rig. If you use your GPS it will bring you in some small narrow side streets, call the park and they will give you directions that keep you on the larger streets. If in the area again this is where we will stay.
We just finished up a month here (rate reflects monthly rate). This is a very clean quiet park, owners live on site and are very friendly and helpful for any of your needs. Easy drive to Kerrville, Fredericksburg and San Antonio, would not hesitate to stay here again
Rate is based on using a coupon $99 for a week. The roads are narrow but we didn't see anybody having a problem navigating them, even 40 ft with toad. Sites were decent size and level, bath house and showers were very clean. Great base for doing things in Austin, would not hesitate to stay here again.
Excellent place to park while doing things in Tyler, nothing fancy, decent size level sites with good hook-ups. We were there a week, no road noise that we notice, no firing range noise, the wi-fi was out for four days as they were redoing the entire system nut it was up and running our last day. Very friendly staff, will stay here again.
Very nice park for the price, large level sites, clean restrooms and showers (old but clean). But be warned if you have a pet do not let them out in the grass, you'll spend the next three days trying to get the burrs out of their hair, were still finding them in the carpet two weeks later.
AS the others have said, nice long level pull-throughs, full hook-ups. We stayed here for 5 nights and had very little freeway noise. They offer 5% discount for cash and accept Good Sam. If you are southbound on the freeway when you exit turn right (north), go about 100 feet, and there are two driveways on the right (they look like one). Take the second one that is right in front of the huge yellow BBQ sign, drive through the parking lot to the hotel Office.
We checked this fairly new park out yesterday. It's a no thrills park, large blacktop area right on the Arkansas River in downtown North Little Rock. Totally fenced and secured with a key pad gate. It's located right at the start of the Arkansas River Trail and Riverside Park. This would be a great place for doing stuff in North Little Rock or just across the river in Little Rock, every thing would be just minutes away. We were told that you get a 15% discount by showing any type of RV or camping membership (such as Good Sam,Escapee, etc or military card).
Membership park with Coast to Coast. The staff and everybody in the park was very friendly, they have a limited number of sites for C2C, our site was very large and level. Spent a week here with the grand kids and they loved it, they already want to know when we are coming back. Everything in the park is free, putt-putt golf, nice pool, indoor hot tub, multiple play stations and more. They now have free Wi-Fi which work pretty good. We will be back next year with the grand kids again.
Pretty much what has already been said, a clean park with level full hook up sites and nothing else. I wouldn't go for a walk outside the park at night, but inside the park it was quiet and we felt secure and safe. If you're just looking for a place to park while visiting Birmingham this is the place, about a ten-minute drive from the downtown area and tons of restaurants and shopping. We were here for four days and will return for a week next year. About three miles off of the freeway.
First, the good: They have a very nice pool heated to 84-degrees. Everything was very clean, the staff was friendly & the sites were paved and level. Now, if I did what my mother always told me I would end it here, but I want to vent and get this off my chest so take it for what its worth. We made reservations 6 months in advance, and they put the deposit on our charge card, when we registered they charged us an addition $50, when I questioned them they said that they had raised the rates, I pointed out that we had reservations and that they had accepted a deposit which normally locks in that price. They just kept repeating, we raised our rates. Since it was 2pm and we had a 6pm meeting with some friends that were leaving the state the next morning we didn't have time to argue or cancel, and try to find another park. When we made the reservation we were told that there was free wifi and cable at every site, NOT, when I asked about that they said that they hoped to have it in by the end of the season. We picked this park for three reasons, location, price and wifi, I guess they figure 1 out of three is good enough. When we called we were told that we had a site right by the bath house (more on this later) and pool, When we got there we were assigned a site as far from the bath house and pool as possible. It was right next to the high power lines and transfer station. The bathhouse is kept very clean, but only has one small shower, and if you are drying off or getting dressed and someone enters from the clubhouse you no longer have any secrets from anybody in the clubhouse. I managed this OK for a week until they decided to do some work on the shower and just closed it for a few days. Had I known that it was going to cost me an extra $50, that there was no wifi and the bathhouse was going to be closed for half of our stay I would have just gone to Rock Crusher & saved all this typing.
If you're looking to get away from it all this is the place, no cell phone signal, no wifi, just nature. Very big level full hook-up sites and because of the landscaping they are very private. There are two ponds, one with five little gators that we saw and the other with 3 little gators (under four-foot). There are a lot of fisherman in this park since the boat ramp is less then a 100-yards away. Take whatever supplies you're going to need since it's about a 20-mile drive (one way) to the nearest grocery. The restrooms were old but clean and the staff was very friendly.
We stayed here about 6 years ago and thought that it was a very nice park, we tried to stay here following the hurricanes a few years back and it was full to the brim with work campers. This year they only had about 25% occupancy and after staying here for the week we found out why. The hurricane workers have left, but during that time it appears as if it's turning into a resident park. There were only a few real campers here, the rest were living there and working somewhere local. Their units and lots reflected this, covered with junk. The first day here I counted over 30 times that people cut through our lot even though the lots on both sides of us were empty. Had kids running between our car and motor home (a gap of maybe two feet). Also during the week we had the Sheriff's deputies at the unit across the road from us twice during the night. Unless they get this park cleaned up and turned back into a travelers and snowbirds park we will not return.
Nice big, level full hook up pull through sites, very clean bathhouse and great laundry with all new machines. The four-days that we were there the wifi worked about 20% of the time and it was a very poor signal. About a ten-minute drive from downtown Montgomery and attractions (easy on & off for the freeway). The staff was very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again when in the area. Be sure to get a key for the bathhouse when you check in.
Half the sites are without trees for getting your dish out, and the rest are tree covered. About eleven have full hook ups, the rest are water-electric, and all were level and good size. The camping area is located in the middle of a big county park, tons of things for the kids to do, swimming, boating, hiking, water park and more. A great location for doing things in Cincinnati, about three-miles off the freeway. Bathhouse and entire camping area was very clean.
We stayed here a week and have already decided to return next year for another week. The sites are decent size, level gravel sites, just about all of the water hookups are new as are most of the electrical, tested at 118 volts. The new owners are extremely friendly and helpful and are working very hard to make this a great family park. It is a great location for doing things in Huntsville, Scottsboro or visiting the Cathedral Caverns. Seven years full timing.
This is a city park, located just west of town on US27, do not turn on West St, that is the office address, just drive another 1/4 mile and its next to the Subway's. They have 7 full hook up paved sites and 3 pull thoughts at $15 per night and they also have about seven paved boon docking sites at $10 per night. There are no restrooms or showers. Walking or biking distance to the town square and restaurants. We will stay here again when in the area. 6 years of full timing.
If you are looking for a nice quiet, clean park to use as a base to visit Savannah, GA. this will work out very well. The sites are large and will handle any size rig, very level and and the new section has all new hook ups including WiFi. This is a no thrills park, no bath house or showers and nothing for the kids to do but you are only a ten minute drive from downtown Savannah on the back roads. It's a little hard to find so follow the direction carefully; from Hardeeville, turn east on Hwy 46(Main Street), go 5 miles to the stop sign at 170W, turn right and go 0.1 mi, continue straight on ALT 170S,then go 3 mi, look for park the left. GPS Co-od are 32.18809 -81.02945 They are in the process of building an office, so when you get to Hardeeville give the owner a call on his cell phone (843-384-5696) and he'll make sure someone meets you there to lead you to a site and get registered. We stayed a week and will stay again whenever we visit Savannah. Full timing 6 yrs.
We spent 4 nights here with the grand kids. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful, the park was very clean as were the bathrooms and showers. They have a nice swimming and fishing lake which kept the kids busy. This is our second time here and we would not hesitate to stay here again. There are many shops and stores within a five minute drive. The $14 rate was due to Passport. 6 years full timing.
We spent three nights here and it was a nice quiet park. It's located in the city limits at the city park, the park contains a pool and water slide in season. There is a coal mine here that offers tours which includes an old mining town and pioneer town along with a youth museum, all for one price. The site are a little small but there were 6 or 7 big class A's in there while we were there and they had no problems getting in or out. It's about 3 miles off of I-77. We will stay here again next time we are in the area. Five years full timing.
We paid extra for a water front site only to find out that there is no beach just slippery moss cover rocks. We took the grand kids to the pool only to find about 30 unsupervised kids running, diving and jumping around, of course they had three signs up prohibiting all of these things and also stating that no one under 16 was allowed in the pool without an adult present. Well there were no parents and no one from the park to enforce the rules. The bathrooms and showers are few and far between (this is a very big park) it would have been at least a ten minute walk to the shower house. The sites were very small, when the people next to us made a fire I had to move our car to keep the flames from it. When we first pulled into the park there were tons of employees there to tell use where to park and where to go to register, but other then the front gate I don't recall seeing another employee anywhere in the park. As we drove through the park we notice numerous sites where the picnic tables were covered with empty beer and wine bottles, it was quiet in our area but I don't see how it could have been in these areas. We would not camp here again. (5 years full timing)
This is the third year that we have stayed here for two weeks. This is one of the cleanest parks that we have stayed in, the showers, bath and sites are pretty much spotless and they have on site trash pickup daily. It's basically an adult park as other than the pool there is very little for kids to do. The sites are good size and level with all hook ups on one post, most have a lot of trees but still enough openings to get your satellite dish out. Cell phone signals are very low and we noticed most people standing outside their unit to use them. They also advertise WiFi, unless you are in a certain area of the park (high rent district) you will have trouble getting a signal, again a lot of people walking around with their laptops trying to get a signal. The clubhouse is a smaller one and is often rented out which means it's closed to the campers, it has a nice exercise & weight room, kitchen and large screen TV. This is the first year that the spa and pool have been heated enough for us to use. Walking around the park we noticed a few FEMA trailers but only one looked a little trashy the rest were very clean and well maintained for being there over a year. The park only has 50 amp service so if you use 30 amp and are going to be here more then a week buy an adapter before you come, they rent them ($2.50 a day) but you would be better off buying one and then you have it if you need it later. If you are a GoodSam member then you can get one of the outer perimeter sites for $17.00 + taxes. A nice quiet adult park to relax in with all the shopping and store you would need near by. (Five years of full timing)
A nice quiet park, with easy on and off for the freeway, Bathrooms and showers were spotless as was the rest of the park. Gas and mini marts close by. We were told that the owner may be selling to a developer if they can get it re-zoned so you may want to call first. We stayed here for a week (Passport) and will stay again if it doesn't sell. 5 years of fulltiming.
Right off of I-95 Exit 173 behind the Interstate Inn, check in at the hotel office. Long level sites behind the hotel, clean bathhouse, free WiFi, cable (extra), and a lot of restaurants in the area. A great overnight spot since there are very few campgrounds in this area. We would stay here again. (Five years of full timing)
This is definitely an adult park. Very quiet, there is a small play area for the kids but we didn't see any. The bathhouses and laundries were spotless as was the rest of the park. The best part for us was that it's right next to the Barefoot Landing Complex: (shops, stores, restaurants, and clubs). A great place for a morning walk, lunch and dinner or nightly entertainment at one of the clubs. There is a path next to site #116 to the complex. When in the area again this is where we will stay. (Five years of full timing)
The workers were very friendly and helpful. Sites by the stream were very un-level and muddy after a rain. The weekend was very crowded and a little loud but the week days were nice and quiet. The bathrooms and showers were so-so clean and are going to need a lot of work this winter, paper dispensers and towel racks ripped off of the walls. Overall a decent park if you're going to be in the area.