This is a family run operation and they do an excellent job. The bathrooms and showers are spotless with music piped in. The campsites sit on the hillside and you can see for miles. The sunsets are awesome. Ask for a tree if you want some shade. They give you a free ice cream upon check-in and escort you to your site. They are friendly and helpful in every way. We stayed here both coming and going out west. We spent two days on the way out and one day on the way back. From here, we visited the Little Bighorn Battlefield. It was a must-see. Don't forget to try the Indian tacos across from the entrance to the battlefield. They are delicious. We would definitely go back there!
Nice setting with lots of trees and shade. There are many seasonal/permanent campers. They expect everyone to use your own facilities, so there aren't many bathrooms or showers. The sites are somewhat tight. If you had slides on both sides you might not fit into a site. If it rained, it might be kind of messy with the gravel sites, but the sites are level. Cable and WiFi are good. Small pool. Convenient off the Interstate and quiet. We camped here for an overnight and would come back again.
We stayed here for an overnight in our 30' RV. It is close to the Interstate for easy access, but quiet. We were the only transients here, with a few permanents. There is a nice pool and the office person was friendly. The Wi-Fi was fast. The sites are grassy and shady. The bathrooms and showers were older, but clean. We would definitely stay here again.
The campground has lots of shade, but it might get muddy with rain. We spent one overnight here. The bathrooms/showers were clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. Easy to find off the Interstate. Good cable. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for an overnight in our travel trailer. It was expensive at $48 with the Good Sam's discount. The place is well kept with cement everywhere except for a grass strip along each site. The cement pads are domed in the middle so it can be necessary to level your rig. There is no pool or other amenities, but there is a nice laundry and community room (storm shelter). We would stay here again if we passed through.
We stayed her for a quick overnight and found it to be better than we expected. The person who reviewed this park in July ahead of us must have been at a different park. The sites were well-kept for the most part. Bathrooms were huge and clean with more sinks and showers than we've ever seen. There is a nice hot tub, pool, and mini golf for a park that is not a destination park. The restaurant on-site has a nice menu with reasonable prices and a happy hour. The price we paid is with a Good Sam discount. The girl in the office was extremely helpful and pleasant. We would stay here again.
We stayed here 6 nights. Choose a full hookup site if you can. If you choose to be in a non-full hookup site, you can fill up with water at an empty site and there is a dump station available or again you can use an empty site. The sites are very spacious and far apart. There is lots of privacy. There is a shower house in each loop and multiple bathroom houses which includes a laundry ($1.75 wash, $1.25 dry for 80 minutes). It seems to be busy on the weekends, but is very quiet during the week. There is a beautiful beach and bike trail. They have horseback riding and a boat ramp. You have to pay $8/day to enter the park and then an additional $22-28 for camping depending on the day of the week. There is a grocery store and other services nearby. It has a beautiful setting in the foothills and convenient to get into the mountains for whatever you want to do. This is a beautiful park and we would stay here again.
We stayed here a week to visit Glacier National Park. One of the nicer KOAs we've stayed at. Sites are well kept, with campfire pits that have built-in benches. The KOA is impeccably manicured and clean. So are the bathrooms, but there aren't enough of them. There is a nice fenced-in dog park and nice grass at each site. There are some deluxe sites with outdoor furniture, table, grill, and umbrella on a cement slab. KOA is close to town, about 5 miles. West Glacier is the popular side of the park so getting into the park in the morning can be slow. Get there early. Going-to-the-Sun road is close at Apgar Village. West Glacier to Logan Pass is the longer part of GTTS road and more beautiful than the other side from St. Mary. The road is under construction from St. Mary to Logan Pass and can be slow. You can catch the Red Bus at the KOA office for tours. The also have evening programs for the campers. They serve breakfast and dinner and have a great ice cream shoppe. The staff is friendly and helpful.
We stayed a week here to visit Glacier National Park. They have lots of activities. They serve breakfast, dinner, and have a pizzeria. The pool is very nice and they have a hot tub. Go to the pool/hot tub during the day when everyone is gone. The kids take over late in the afternoon and evening. You can catch the Red Bus from the KOA to take a tour. Our site was F6 and it seemed to be the site that everyone cut through to get to the office. The rows are long without any way to get through without cutting through someone's site. Not acceptable. We had a fabulous view of the mountains--great sunsets. Bathrooms are clean, but there aren't enough of them. Staff is friendly and helpful. KOA is close to the park entrance, lodge, and visitor's center...about 5 minutes away. Fill up your gas tank before you get there. Gas is expensive. St. Mary is close to Waterton Lakes Nat'l Park in Canada, Many Glacier area of the park and lots of wildlife. We rode horses and took the boat tour of two lakes w/a short hike to Grinnell Lake out of the Many Glacier area. Great location to visit Glacier!
We stayed here on the way out west and on the way back. Bathrooms are old but clean. We had a pull-through site with grass. Sites are nicely done. It was a provisioning stop for us in both directions and has a Wal-Mart, grocery stores, or whatever you need nearby.
We stayed here 4 nights so we could visit Yellowstone. The park is on the Yellowstone River. What a beautiful setting with a view of the mountains. The park is impeccable! Everything is high quality and spotless from bathrooms/showers to landscaping. We really enjoyed our stay here and would stay here again. It is a little far from Yellowstone (about 30 miles), but we were in a pinch to find a place to stay at the last minute over the 4th of July. We were happy to find this place. Everyone was very friendly and helpful.
We stayed here two nights. We wanted to visit the town of Red Lodge and ride on the Beartooth Highway. It is a must-see! The highway is AWESOME and unbelievable! Red Lodge is a fun town with lots to see and Cooke City is a good stop for lunch on the Beartooth before you turn around to drive back. The site we had was up front near the office. It was OK, but we would ask to be put in the back section next time where there is more grass and space. The staff is friendly and helpful.
We stayed here a week to be able to see all the sights in the area. It was convenient to Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park, Needles Hwy., etc. The people here aim to please. We had a pull-through site in the lower area which did not have good Wi-Fi service. We had to go up to the Wi-Fi lounge near the office. There are bathrooms and showers in the lower section of campground. They do a great job of making you feel welcome.
We had a great pull-in sight. The only downside is that there is no water and sewer hookups, but there is a dump station. There were a few homeless people there, but they never bothered anyone. It is convenient to many things in Madison including a wonderful bike trail.
We have stayed here in the past when we were passing through the area and need an overnight place to stay. Most sites are drive-through. The staff is friendly and help you find your site. The place is a little old, but there is a nice pool. The water and electric work well at each site. Bathrooms/showers are outdated, but clean. We would stay here again when we pass through the area.
We stayed 5 nights and had a wonderful stay. Our grassy site was along the outer edge of the park about halfway in the middle where we had green space and no other RVs behind us. We were in the part of the park on the beach side. The other half of the park has sites on the Sound. The sites are large and paved with cement slabs/driveways and nice picnic tables. The water and electricity worked well, but the WI-FI was slow during peak usage time. There are plenty of clean bathrooms and trash dumpsters stationed throughout the park. Our site was halfway between the office/pool/lounge/hot tub and the beach. There is a nice pavilion at the beach for shade. The sites closer to the beach are sandy and more expensive. There are lots of things for kids to do. There are lots of green spaces to walk your dog. We enjoyed our stay here very much because of our location in the park.
We had a great site that backed up onto the canal with a view of Pamlico Sound (site #6). It was spacious and shady with a tree. We loved that there is a beach and easy water access. The bathrooms were cleaned on a regular basis, but messy in between. The owner needs to replace some of the shower curtains which are hanging by a thread. The campground needs to upgrade some of the picnic tables. Our was about to collapse. Most of the RV sites have grass. When we checked in, we were not given any information about the campground (rules, etc.) and nothing about the surrounding area. The person in the office was friendly, but other than the bathroom cleaning crew, we saw no one driving through the park checking on things. Having the laundry is nice, but 3 out of the 4 washers were out of order for the 5 days we were there. The office said that the repairman was called, but we hadn't seen any action. The pool area is nice. We enjoyed our stay, but would like to see some upgrades done to the place in the near future.
It's the perfect place to be able to catch the morning ferry. It's not nearly as bad as people made it out to be. You are able to use the restrooms in the ferry office when it's open, but there were no showers. When we were there in mid-July there were a few sites with full-hookups available, but they are limited. We brought our own water with us. There are a few full-time people there, but it wasn't a problem. It was quiet and peaceful at night. The sites were large and the lady in the motel office was very friendly and helpful. We would use it as an overnight site to catch the ferry again.
This is our second time here and we like everything about it. We used the beautiful pool every day. The staff is very attentive to your needs and the grounds are immaculate. The bathrooms and showers are very clean. The sites have cement driveways and grassy areas with tables. Most of the sites are drive through. There is a small RV store in the office that has a good array of things you might need. We will keep coming back here!
We stayed here 4 nights in a travel trailer. We had an interior site near the pool. Bathrooms/showers are, old but clean. We enjoyed our stay here very much. We had site #168 which had beautiful landscaping, outdoor table, and fire pit. The people were friendly. It was is convenient to the beach and other sights. We would come back here again to stay for a longer time.
We camped here over Memorial Day weekend for 4 nights with advance reservations. We had campsite A17 on the land side on a corner. We had easy in-easy out. Most of the sites require you to disconnect, and they will park your trailer for you because they are tight. The employees are very skilled at getting RVs into tight spaces. It's all about location, location, location with the beach just across the street. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our stay, but you have to realize when you are coming here what you are in for. We did, and it was better than we expected.
We camped here in late May for 4 nights in our 30' travel trailer. It is a beautiful park set in a mango grove (lots of ripe mangoes). Since we were there out of season, half of the park was closed down. The pool was only open on Sat. and Sun. It was peaceful and quiet with lots of space and privacy between sites. The bathrooms were clean, and the park was well taken care of. From this location, it is an easy 30 minute ride to downtown Miami, South Beach, Key Biscayne, and Miami Beach. The park has a freshwater lake, water slide, and beach. We really enjoyed our stay and would come back again.
Some of the previous comments are true, except that the bathrooms are dated, but very clean. Each shower house has two complete bathrooms including the shower. The roads are a little rough, but no potholes. Some sites need to be repaved, but the raised cement pads are nice. It is important to check out your campsite before taking possession since some campsites are smaller than others and some roads make it impossible to turn around or back your rig in. Check out where the bathrooms are in relation to your campsite. There are some double-stacked sites that may make for overcrowded conditions in the winter when the park is full. In May when we were there, it wasn't a problem. When getting off the highway, the entrance to the park is RIGHT THERE, so be prepared to turn in immediately. There is a very nice, inexpensive ($1.00) laundry. The campground is convenient to shopping on Los Olas Blvd., the Riverwalk restaurants and bars, and Ft. Lauderdale Beach. The campground is surrounded by canals and the New River which makes for a beautiful location. The staff is friendly and works hard to keep the place clean. We stayed 3 nights in our 30' travel trailer and would definitely come back again.
We had planned to stay only a couple of nights, but liked it so much that we ended up staying 5. There are 9 RV sites and 3 tent sites that all have great views of the river. We enjoyed watching the boats come down the river and go through the St. Lucie Lock. The park is immaculate and the sites are large with plenty of privacy. Bathrooms are clean, but there is only one shower each for men and women. There is a dump station that is easily accessible. There is a visitor's center within walking distance and a boat launch. We made reservations online and that worked out well. We would definitely come here again.
The park is amazing. We had a site that backed up to the lake. Lots of big sites to fit every need with a cement pad surrounded by grass. You get lots of privacy and it's quiet. Clean bathrooms with 4 separate shower rooms each for men and women in each building. Plenty of buildings spread throughout the campground so there's one close to every campsite. The staff is friendly and helpful. We stayed 4 nights. We would definitely come here again!
Very classy new park. Large pull-through sites. Concrete pads, nicely landscaped between sites. Beautiful pool. Clean bathrooms and showers. Lots of money was spent on this park. There is a lake with fishing and paddle boats. They were discounting the price because it was new and they were trying to get the word out. This was one of the nicest parks we've stayed in. We will definitely plan to stop here again when we pass by this way. We stayed here in a 27' travel trailer. Cable TV and Wi-Fi were good. Our dog enjoyed the dog park. It is conveniently not far off the highway, but not affected by the noise.
We stayed here for one night in a 27' travel trailer on our way home. It was convenient off I-95. The park is an older, well cared for campground. The staff was friendly and helpful. There was good WiFi, no cable but plenty of HD over air channels. There was long, level, paved sites with grass and trees around. Good value. This was our first visit, and we will stay again when passing through the area.
We stayed here for 3 nights in a 27' rig. The park and the area has lots to do for kids and families. The laundry is the largest I've seen in a campground. $1.75 for washers and dryers. The bathrooms/showers were clean, but only 2 per building (multiple buildings) which I thought was too few for the number of sites in the park. We used the Dog Park which is nice. The sites were level and spacious, but some can get muddy when it rains. There is a problem with drainage in some sites. Both open and shaded sites. The staff is attentive, but when we were here, the grass needed mowing in some sites and there was trash in some of the fire pits. The park is convenient to the Boardwalk, beach, grocery store, and other sights in the area via the trolley, bikes, or car. The jets flying overhead were not an issue. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for 6 days in a travel trailer. The sites are all very private and well-maintained. The park is well taken care of with lots of facilities for families with children. There are 3 pools, ice cream parlor, game room, rec hall, food stand, and lots of things to keep the kids busy. There are many seasonal sites and most are nicely kept. They are serious about security with an entrance gatekeeper that has 24 hour surveilance. The campground is on the right side of the bridge to be close to the ferries and towns. We used the campground as our base camp for sightseeing Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard. Our dog loved the dog park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We would definitely come back again and stay here.
We stayed here 4 nights in a 27' travel trailer. We had to have our trailer brakes worked on and it was very convenient to Camping World for service. It is also convenient to other major attractions which we took advantage of. We did the Mt. Washington Auto Drive and Kancamagus Road. There is a lot to do in N. Conway, just 5 minutes away. The staff was friendly and helpful. Bathrooms were clean. There were pay showers. Unfortunately, there is only one shower/bathroom building for the whole campground. It didn't affect us, but there were a lot of tent campers and tenters using it. They have new washers/dryers in the laundry ($2) The Saco River is just a short walk away in the campground where you will find a stony beach to go swimming, floating, canoeing, kayaking, etc. The sites are mostly level and large, but there is really no buffer between sites. All sites are hard packed sand from when Hurricane Irene came by and caused the Saco River to flood the campground. It can be kind of dirty and if it rains (like it did for us) it can make a mess of things. That would be our only complaint about the place. The campground was busy, but it was quiet. We would come back again.
This park is very well-maintained. The staff is friendly and helpful. We stayed here 4 days in a 27' RV with a full hookup in site #23. This park has a very nice layout. There are many wooded sites and some with river views. The big rigs get sites in the open with picnic tables on nice decks. They have easy access to their sites. There is a pond with a fountain in their area as well. Each site has its own garbage can that gets emptied daily. There is a nice rec hall where we saw a live band on Saturday night. Most sites are very level with gravel pads and nice fire pits. Each of the wooded sites is very private. The Wi-Fi was fast and we had cable TV at our site. There are sites for two families. One big negative is that they don't take charge cards. No where on their website or in any of their ads or reviews is that mentioned. It would have been nice to know that when we made the reservation. No one told us until we checked in. There are two laundries and bathroom buildings--one upper and one lower. This campground is very convenient to Boothbay Harbor and other sights. All in all, we would definitely return to this park.
They tell you what it is, and it is what it is. There are 5 or 6 sites in a parking lot. Site 1 and 2 are full hookups, although site 2 has the hookup to water that is located in site 1. 50 amp is available in site 1 and 2. The other sites are just electric: no water, no sewer. There is a pool at the motor inn, but it was closed. I think it would be available to RV users. No bathrooms or showers. It is convenient for an overnight stop after crossing the border and to the grocery store, Wal-Mart, and downtown. Great place to stop and re-provision after Canada. The motor inn staff were friendly and helpful. We would use this place again.
The owners were very accommodating when we arrived to occupy our site, and people were still there. They offered another comparable site, but the people left within 15 minutes of our arrival so we were able to take our originally assigned site. Bathrooms/showers were clean. There was a nice playground area for the kids. It was convenient to the town of Pictou for sightseeing. Sites were pretty close together with no buffers, but the wooded sites were nice. Wi-Fi was good and we were able to use our satellite TV. We would come back again.
The park is very convenient to Baddeck and the Cabot Trail. We used this as our base camp to do the Trail in 2 days. The staff was very helpful and accommodating. The sites were level and large. We were in a site across from the office for Internet. It was very fast and strong. Each site has a nice table and fire pit. Bathrooms were adequate and clean. Those who complained about only one house for bathrooms should use their own facilities if they have a full hookup. The grounds and buildings are well kept. There is a nice pool and swimming area in the lake. There is a very nice sitting area by the lake. We enjoyed our stay here very much and would definitely come back again.
We stayed here for 2 nights. It was very convenient to the town of Digby and some nice restaurants. The campground is small with only 48 sites. We had the only pull-through site they had which was on the top of the hill. All the sites are very level but it would be difficult to bring a big-rig into the campground. The sites are open and most are not shaded. At the time, there were only six in the campground so it was nice and private. The owners live on-site and are very helpful and friendly. The bathrooms/showers are older, but clean. Showers are $1 for 5 minutes. There are 2 washers and dryers on site. Make a point of eating scallops while you are here and maybe doing some whale watching. The scallops are great. We got good satellite TV reception and the Wi-Fi was fast. We would come back again.
We stayed here two nights in a sight that faced south for satellite TV.. The staff was very accommodating The RV sites are limited for full hookup so make reservations. The RV sites are in the pines. There is a nice field and paths for walking the dog. Internet is good at the sites closest to the office, and you can sit at a table near the office to connect. Bathrooms/showers were clean. Sites were grassy and somewhat level. It gets busy on the weekends with locals. We plan on staying here again on the way back.
We stayed here two nights in a 27' rig in site #18. The bathrooms/showers were clean but at the main office. The showers were $1.00 for 5 minutes. It has a park-like setting with mostly level, wooded sites. The WI-FI was excellent throughout the park. It was convenient to Halls Harbour where the boats sit on the bottom of the bay at low tide. An awesome sight to see. New Minas and Kentville are close by for provisioning. It was conveniently located off the highway. We would stay here again.
Nice campground with grassy level sites. (5th ave A17 full hookup pull through.) Very convenient to Moncton. Easy to get to from the highway. Friendly and helpful staff. Very fast Wi-Fi but no cable TV. Surprisingly, my Dish satellite worked. Make sure to see the tidal bore downtown and Hopewell Rocks. Cheap buffet at the Casino.
We spent two nights here. It pays to look at the sites before you choose one. The upper section is forested and terraced. The lower section by the water is more crowded and less private. We had site #5 on the upper section. It was flat and shady. We loved being able to walk down to the water and see the tide swings on this part of the Bay of Fundy. The staff was friendly and helpful. They have a nice restaurant/bar on site that offers all-you-can-eat specials on certain nights of the week. The laundry is not expensive. We ate at The Chowder House in Eastport and had the best clam chowder and blueberry pie! Downtown has some interesting shops. At low tide you can see the caves next to the ferry pier. Wi-Fi was non-existent even sitting right by the office. Cell phones use the Canadian signal so it costs $.65/minute. We enjoyed checking out Eastport from here and the campground was quiet. We would come back here again.
We stayed here for two nights. If you follow the directions in Woodall's Guide, you will have no trouble finding it, but you have to trust where the signs are telling you to go. The campground is in a beautiful park. There are two kinds of sites to choose from. We were in the flats to be near the bathrooms and the Wi-Fi which is fast at non-peak hours. There are other wooded sites available for travel trailers, pop-up campers, tents, and Class C campers. All sites are very roomy and flat. Bathrooms/showers are clean and maintained. Staff at the front gate are friendly and helpful. It is very convenient to shopping, groceries, Reversing Falls, and downtown. The park itself has nice biking and hiking trails, along with swimming in two locations and a restaurant at the pavilion. The price is very good. We would definitely come here again and may, on our way back from Nova Scotia.
We can't say enough about the staff here. They were very accommodating, hard-working and friendly. We stayed here for a week in a 27' travel trailer. There are limited sites for full hookups so reserve early. Stay for a week and get the 7th night free. We stayed 4 days in the S section with full hookup which was very quiet and had to move to the A section (E and W) by the pool when we added 3 more days. That was our fault because we first booked 4 nights and then added 3 more because we liked it so much. The free bus service is very useful, but if you stay at the front of the campground in section A it can be a little annoying with buses running in and out every 15 min. They do stop running at 10 PM. Section A is a little tight, but the rest of the campground has spacious sites. The sites are grassy and mostly level. The bathrooms and showers are clean. The laundry is a little expensive at $2.50 for a wash, and the dryers are $.50. There is a honey wagon that comes to your site for $10 and a separate dump station. It can get very crowded on the weekends, so arriving on Sunday and staying a week worked great for peace and solitude. The owner is on-site and tries very hard to make you feel welcome. We would definitely come here again and stay in section S. It is very convenient to all the attractions with great lobster pound restaurants nearby.
They gave us a level pull-through site #F next to the cabins. It allowed us to stay connected to our truck. The grounds are very well-maintained. There is a lot to do and although we did not spend much time in the park due to other commitments, our small dog did enjoy playing in the doggie park. They have a nice pool and well-stocked store. The restaurant has nightly specials and inexpensive breakfasts and lunches. The setting is along a river, but the roads leading to the campground are somewhat narrow and winding. Just take your time. It is close to many historic sites which they provide directions to. The staff is friendly and helpful. We would come back here again.
We had a drive-through site up on the hill that we shared with another RV who was behind us. The site was level with a full hookup and we had a great view. The bathrooms and showers were clean, although somewhat dated. They were convenient to our site. The staff was friendly and helpful. The Skyline Drive in Shenandoah NP is a ten minute ride from there. We would come back again.
Finding this park was easy. It's very close to the Interstate and railroad tracks, but the railroad wasn't an issue. Campground is very well-maintained and has spacious sites. All pull-throughs. Very nice bathrooms, showers, but no cable. Internet signal was good from site D2. Would definitely come back again.
There is minimal cell service and light internet. We wanted to stay hooked to our truck so they put us in the group area where we were all by ourselves along the edge of a large field surrounded by trees which gave our dog a place to run. It is a family run operation and they were helpful and friendly. The pool is nice. It is about 10 miles off of the Interstate along a winding road. We would come back again.