Excellent RV Park. About a mile from I-90 (N.Y. Thruway) and the Turning Stone Casino. Top notch facilities and sites. We have reviewed this park a couple of time and still consider it one of the best. We would suggest making an advanced reservation. Also, remember that the NY Thruway is a toll road and that it is fairly expensive if towing. We stayed here twice this year and would come back anytime.
This is an OK Campground. It's convenient to 1-90 and a good overnighter for us. The sites are side by side so it's possible that you will be facing your neighbor. That is the one thing that is a negative. Fortunately, we had no one on our door side. Also, although they had full hook-ups, there is a $3.00 charge for cable. Wouldn't you think $47.00 was enough? There is some traffic noises, but we found them fairly muted. Nice park across the street with view of Lake Erie. Also, nice walking trail up to the vineyards. Because of it's convenient location, would probably stay here again.
Very rare for me to rate a campground a "10". This is one of the most exceptional RV Parks in the country. Not only is it beautiful in all its amenities, but you need to spend some time in this wonderful part of Ohio. Before returning to New Hampshire on an eight week trip, we made a loop just to be able to stay here again. All I can say is that this is well worth a few days-you will love it. If you read some of the reviews, believe them.
Been here before and always stay in the deluxe sites. Basically, this KOA is divided into two sections separated by a creek. Our big rig site #D-15 was a corner site, level and exceptionally long (maybe 100 ft.) with a nice patio and large expanses of grass on both sides. More than enough room for our RV & car. Full hook-ups all worked well, but there is no cable. If you have a large rig and towing you have to be careful coming into the campground. After registering, you have to drive between two buildings and then back over the bridge. However, you can use the back exit when leaving. Although close to 1-70, it seemed quiet and peaceful. If you plan on staying here in a big rig we recommend the deluxe sites.
Excellent park. More for adults than children. Check-in was easy and staff was very polite and helpful. Located in the town of St. Charles but easy to get to, about a mile or so from I-370. The interior roads are all paved with level concrete pads and patios with plenty of room on front back and sides with a nice grassy area and a table. Full hook-ups with good WiFi and over 60 cable channels. Very clean restrooms, showers and laundry. Entire park is well maintained. Close to historic St. Charles which is worth a visit. We stayed here for 2 days. Very nice RV Park, would come here anytime if in the area.
I try to be fair when reviewing campgrounds, but this was a tough one. First of all, the office was closed when we arrived, but there was a note in the door directing us to our site. The manager came by later to collect and was a rude person. The site was long enough for our RV & car with W/S/50AMP/WIFI, but no cable although it was advertised as included. This campground is in between 1-35 on one side and Hwy. 50 on the other, and also a railroad crossing out back. Very, very noisy. All the sites are side by side. The site next to us set up a dog fence with 2 big dogs, and it was almost at our door step. That's what I call really close and rude. The whole place is dirty and scruffy, even the dirt is dirty. Trailer Life rates this 7.5/8.5/6.5. I think they need to take a closer look. Worse place we have ever stayed; glad to leave early next morning.
This is one of our favorite KOAs. Just off the highway, but far enough to mute any noises. We have stayed here many times while traveling across 1-40. It's a basic small western park, with level, long and wide gravel sites. W/S/50amp/Cable & WI-FI. Not much shade, but nice and clean and is apparent that the owners take good care of the park. Upon checking in, greeted by the owners and gifted with free cookies! They offer a selection of dinners. Our favorite was the roast turkey dinner. After dinner we took a walk on the trail through the lava fields. All this and never had to leave the campground. I give this a "9" because of the friendly owners, the nice clean sites, the dinners delivered to our site, the really nice walking trail and good cable & WI-FI.
This is an OK park. Convenient location about a half mile from 1-40. Full hook-ups, with WI-FI and limited cable. The sites are long enough for our RV and car, but are side by side which can be a problem, especially if there is someone on your door side. We try to avoid campground that do this, but occasionally it can happen. They serve a limited dinner menu that can be delivered to your site. Grounds are in fairly good condition, but nothing outstanding. We only stayed overnight.
This is about 5 miles from the center of Liberal. The campground is very stark. All pea-stone gravel, including the roads and sites. Pick your own site, the owner comes along in the afternoon and collects the $25.00. There is absolutely no shade or anything that looks green. We had W/S/50amp and WI-FI, but no cable. We got here early to go see "Dorothy's House" and the Land of OZ located in Liberal. We had made a reservation but many campers just arrived and picked a site. I wonder what would have happened if we got here late in the day? In any case, it was very clean. They are constructing a new office building and will probably have someone working full or part time in the near future. Convenient location and would stay here again.
There are several RV Parks in Flagstaff, but this one is rated better than any of the others. Adult park only, thus making for some peace and quiet. Our site #18 was very nice. Level and long enough for our car and RV, but narrow on the sides. All the sites are on a slight hill so that each site is terraced. We had a small concrete patio which was nice for sitting outside. Very clean and well taken care of by the owners and staff. Full hook-ups including cable & WiFi, although the cable hook-up was odd. Not too far from downtown Flagstaff and easy to get in and out. Thanks to the owners for a nice clean park and an enjoyable stay in our Motorhome. We would stay here again.
This is an oasis in the middle of the desert and we were very pleased with this KOA. Our site #33 was a gravel site surrounded on both sides with beautiful Oleander bushes giving much privacy and shade, not only to our site but to all of the sites. We had a pull-thru site with full hook-ups. The cable and WI-FI were good. Site was level and long enough for our RV & car. A very pleasant KOA and we were very happy to find this "Oasis" out here in the Mojave desert. Chances are, we will not come this way again, but if so, would definitely stay here.
Easy to get to from Hwy 99 & Hwy 198. The sites are not too long but plenty of room on the sides for a table and sitting outside and relaxing. Very clean and well taken care of. Shade trees on most of the sites. Our site #50 was level, with W/S/50AMP/Cable & WI-FI. All in good working order. Some shopping and a mall in Visalia. It's about an hour drive to Sequoia National Park, but it's an easy drive on Hwy 198 and as you get closer to the N.P entrance, it becomes rather scenic. There are a couple of campgrounds closer to the N.P. entrance, but don't think for big rigs. We stayed here for 3 days. It's a pleasant KOA and would not hesitate to stay here again.
The section of the park that we were in was probably nicer than most of the park. The area that we were in had been reconstructed to double the size of each site and give each site more room. However, it looked like the entire campground was in good shape. There were an abundance of shade trees and the entrance gave you a sense of welcome. Our corner site #59 was located on "Zinfandel" street. Fairly level, with all the hook-ups, Good WI-FI and Cable reception. Long enough for our RV & car. Plenty of room on the side for a table and relaxing outside. Because we were on Midway Road and away from the highways, it was quiet. This campground is located about 30 miles from Sacramento and about an hour from San Francisco. Vacaville is only 10 minutes away and has lots of shopping. We stayed here for 5 days visiting family in Sacramento and touring San Francisco. Very nice park and would definitely stay here again.
Located on the outskirts of Winnemucca and close to 1-80. Sites are gravel and can get muddy. Level and long enough for our RV and car, but very narrow. We had Full-Hook-ups but Wi-Fi was weak and slow. Our site #135 was located near the front of the park, so it was easy in and out. We were only here overnight so we were OK. If you need to go shopping, there is a Super Walmart in town and of course many Casinos and restaurants. We've been in Winnemucca before and this is probably the best C.G. in town. If traveling across Nevada, we would stay here again.
Very nice! CG is situated about a mile from Interstate 84 and close to a Flying J Service Center. The sites to drive on are large pea-stone but all have a concrete patio area with a manicured grass separation between sites. Our Site #C97 was 85 ft. long. Extremely clean and well taken care of by a large and friendly staff. Long & level with full hook-ups. Not much shade. Good Wi-Fi & over 60 Cable Channels. Seems more adult orientated but does not exclude children. The Rest rooms and showers shiny clean and are some of the best we have ever seen. I would not hesitate to come back here at any time.
Nice quiet KOA with large sites. Our corner Site #D0 was a full hook-up with WI-FI and tons of cable channels. Level, long and very wide on both sides. The entire campground is very clean and well taken care of. All sites are spread out with shade trees and plenty of grassy areas. No traffic noises, thus very pleasant for relaxing. The manager was very helpful and he and his family seem to work very hard to keep everything in tip-top shape. Arco is a small town, kind of off the beaten path, but only about 20 miles from Craters of the Moon National Monument. Also, if you have time, there is the Atomic Museum which is a national historic landmark. We stayed here for 2 days in our motorhome, and if ever back this way, would stay here again. Suggest you get a big rig site with all of the hook-ups.
Although the sites are level, they are narrow and short. We had W/S/50amp & Cable but no WI-FI. The whole campground looks kind of scruffy, not dirty but could use some serious up-dating. Looks old and overused. They are creating more spaces towards the back of the campground. We were told they will be renovating and restructuring many of the sites. This KOA is not really in Bozeman, but about 8 or 10 miles south on Hwy.191 which takes you south into Yellowstone country. Overpriced for what you get.
Stayed here on a Saturday night. We were here a couple of years ago and enjoyed it as much as the last visit. Nice friendly staff - we were guided into our site #104 which was a long, level pull-thru with sufficient space between each site. We had full hook-ups with WI-FI & Cable (Lots of cable channels!). This KOA is easy to get to from 1-25 or 1-90. If in the future we are traveling in this area we would stay here again.
This is a gem! Great little KOA on 1-90 just off of Exit 170. About a mile up the road thus, fairly quiet and in a country setting. The owners are really nice people. They guided us to our big rig site #16 which was very spacious with lots of room, level with a nice grassy area and table. Very clean and well taken care of. It's about a mile to the 1880 Town which was well worth the visit. We have been to a lot of C.G.'s in South Dakota and although this is one that might get passed by, it's worth a visit. We came here to see the 1880 Town and stayed 2 days.
Smaller sized Campground. Easy to get to, about a mile from Rt. 27. Staff very friendly. We were guided to our site. Our site #44 was a very clean, level, wide and long pull-thru with enough room for our RV and car. Full hook-ups including cable & WIFI. Some sites are side by side which I really don't like, but there was plenty of room and no one was next to us, so we were OK. Pipestone is a little off the beaten path, but worth it because it's located less than a mile and within walking distance to Pipestone National Monument. We stayed here in our Motorhome.
Located just a few miles from 1-35, thus fairly quiet. Some train noise, but not enough to be bothersome. Smaller sized KOA. Very clean and well taken care of. Interior roads are gravel. Sites are level with nice grassy areas with a table and sufficient room on sides and long enough for our RV and car. We were in a nice corner site #6 and had 50 amp full hookups and Wi-Fi, but no cable TV. The main building was reconstructed just a few years ago and looks brand new. The laundry and rest rooms are clean and in good shape. This KOA is in a country setting and nice for taking a walk. The owner is friendly and helpful. I enjoyed some conversation about the local area and his helpful directions to get back on I-35. We would stay here again.
I think I'm being generous by giving this place a "4". We were on the grass in the front across from the office. These sites are very long but also very narrow. Grass is weedy with lots of bare muddy spots. Scruffy and in need of raking and cleaning. The interior of the park is very wooded. The sites are a mixture of tents, pop-ups and RVs. Although we had W/S/50 Amp/Cable and WiFi, that was not the case if you wanted to stay within the wooded area. The roads are all dirt/mud with lots of pot holes. The whole place is in need of an up-date and a really good cleaning. There is no security of any kind. People and cars coming and going at all hours. The laundry had 3 dirty washers and only one working dryer. We had come to Munising to take the Pictured Rocks Cruise which we did. There is only one other C.G. nearby and that was full. It's too bad there aren't more options because it really is a nice area to visit. We stayed, but sadly, we would never come back again.
This is an excellent park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We were guided with no problem to our Big Rig Site #94. Cement pad and patio. All the facilities are clean and well taken care of. Full hook-ups. Plenty of room for our RV and car. Close to Lake Michigan, Little Traverse Bay and the Bay Front Park & Marina. Beautiful area. We had advanced reservations which we would recommend, especially if going during the summer. We stayed here for 2 days, and the next time will stay much longer.
This is a good RV Park for an overnight. And that is exactly what we were here for. It's a basic park on Hwy.#401 which we were using for crossing from NY to MI. Nothing fancy. Gravel with a grassy area for a table. Our site #40 had some shade. It's close to the highway, but fairly quiet. Only 30 AMP and no cable. On the pricy side for what you get. There is a Flying J two exits from the KOA. Note: Fuel is expensive in Canada.
We stayed here for 6 Days and found it to be very tranquil. This is a small Adult only RV park. Kept very clean. No Pool or Playgrounds therefore nice and quiet. I wish we could find more RV parks like this. Our site #30A was a long back-in with full hook-ups. There was plenty of room for our 36 Ft.RV plus our Car. Sufficient room on side for a picnic table and chairs with a nice view of the marshes. Near many attractions: Portland "Old Port", Freeport, Cape Elizabeth, etc. For those of you that like tranquility, this is the place to go.
We really liked this RV Park. We were in Site #D6. The D and E Rows are for big Rigs and include W/S/50Amp/Cable & WIFI. The Office Staff are very helpful and pleasant. Nice long, wide & level sites with plenty of room on both sides. Lots of big oak trees for shade.Privacy shrubs on both sides of the sites. Back of park is where you get on the Cape Cod Rail Trail for biking or walking. There is a security gate at the front entrance. Close to the Cape Cod National Park and all the beaches. About 20 Miles from Provincetown & 5 miles from Orleans. This is one of those RV Parks that we would come back to if on Cape Cod. We stayed here for a week in our Motorhome.
We liked this RV Park. It's located just off 1-95 on Rt. 17. There are several gas stations located just outside this park. This KOA is not too far from Savannah, Tybee Island and other points of interest. The pull-through sites are long but not very wide. However there was a little room for a table and for sitting outside. Lots of shade. There is a lake in the RV Park with waterfowl, Geese, white swans and other kinds of birds. Benches located on the shore line makes for good viewing. Good Wi-Fi and Cable along with 50 Amp service. I would have rated this higher if the sites had been wider. We stayed here for 6 days and if ever in the area,we would stay here again.
This is an OK campground. This was a last minute choice as we had already had reservations at Lickdale Campground which was flooded and had to find someplace soon. At Lickdale, we were told about this KOA. We called the KOA and they were very helpful and accommodating. They gave us directions, it's located about 6 miles from 1-81. We arrived here during a terrible rainstorm and after checking in, we were escorted to our pull-through site which was long enough so that we did not have to unhook our car. The sites are narrow, and had to take a 30amp site but it had water, sewer, cable & Wi-Fi. It looks like there are a lot of seasonals but because of all the rain, it was really muddy and we did not get a chance to see much of anything. We were only here overnight.
This is a very nice RV Park. Sites are long enough for our motorhome and car. The sites all have a wide space with a picnic table. Good for sitting outside. Entire park is very clean and well taken care. 50amp, water, sewer, good cable & wi-fi included. Located over the hill and about a mile from I-81 at exit 80. (Several gas stations located at this exit, including a Flying J).) We have used this park as an overnight when traveling north or south on I-81 and occasionally stay here for a couple of days as we find it relaxing. Although close to the highway, it's very quiet. Nice scenery, close to Wytheville and surrounding mountains. Fills up fast; would recommend making a reservation in advance.
The staff was very helpful on arrival and check-in. We were assigned a pull-through site which is what we had requested. However, it was so narrow that we were unable to extend our slide outs without invading the picnic table at the adjacent site. I returned to the office and they were very helpful in getting us into a better area of the park. The site we got was a back-in with a nice cement patio. It wasn't too long but plenty of room on the sides. We had 50amp, water, sewer, cable & Wi-Fi and all were in good working order. There are lots of big mature trees and very shady. This seems to be a family oriented RV park and extremely busy over the week-ends, we arrived on a Sunday and glad we were not here earlier as it quieted down on Monday. The KOA is only 1/10th of a mile from the entrance of the National Park. It's a very nice area, but the NP was crowded, even in late September. The actual site we had was OK, but tough to maneuver a big rig. It appeared that the KOA could use some clean-up and raking.
The only positive is that the lady at check-in was very nice nice and helpful. Although our site is considered a pull-through, the back end of our towed car was sticking out into the camp road and cones were used so that no other vehicle could get past us. Scruffy, gravel sites that are undersized, narrow and not level. Although we had 50 amp, water, cable & Wi-Fi there was no sewer connections. The dump station was at the exit. Extremely noisy because of close proximity to the interstate. We were only here overnight but would not stay here again.
This is an OK campground. The check-in and staff are very helpful and will guide you into your site. We had a deluxe site (#R1), which is located directly across from the office. It was long enough for our RV and car with plenty of space on the sides. Very nice, with a cement pad, wood deck, table & chairs and a gas grill. I can't speak for the rest of the park, but our site was comfortable. We had all the hook-ups with good cable and Wi-Fi. Lots of trees but not in the way of our slides. KOA is situated about one mile from 1-40 which we found to be convenient for an overnight stay. If ever traveling this way in the future, we would probably stay here again if we could get one of the deluxe sites.
I wish more of the KOA's were as nice as this one. The staff is friendly, helpful and check-in is easy. The sites are long, wide, level pull-throughs with a picnic table and plenty of room to sit outside. We had a deluxe site situated at the top of a small hill with 50amp, water, sewer, cable and Wi-Fi which were all in good working order. They have a really nice walking trail that circles the entire park and is an enjoyable walk. This KOA is in good shape, nice and clean and although close to 1-40, it's quiet. We have stayed here a few times in the past and find it a very convenient stopover. We would recommend this KOA to all fellow travelers.
This is an OK place, nothing great, but a good spot when traveling. It's about 3 miles from 1-40, exit 75 and easy to find. Plenty of gas stations right off the highway. The staff at the KOA is friendly at check-in. Pull-through sites are level, gravel and long enough for our motorhome and car. Our site was narrow, but with sufficient room for our slideouts and a little room for table and chairs. Could use some cleaning and raking. Very little shade, some scruffy looking trees scattered about. Good services, 50 AMP, water, sewer, cable TV & Wi-Fi. It's not very quiet..traffic, train and airplane noise all the time. It's a good place to stay if visiting the sights in and around Amarillo. We stayed here for 2 days on our way back east..this is OK for overnight night, that's the best I can say.
This is a nice small KOA. We had a long and wide pull-through with plenty of room for our motorhome and car. Very friendly and helpful staff (Owners?). There is not much shade, but that's what you get in the west. It's a great place for overnight if going east or west on 1-40 There was very little traffic noise, but trains can be a bit disturbing. We were only here overnight, but enjoyed the wonderful turkey dinner delivered to our RV. We also enjoyed the walking trail through the lava fields. If traveling in this area, we would stay here again.
When they say "Circle Pines" the really mean it. The Campground sites are configured in circular rings with lots of mature pines. We were in a very nice site which was a long gravel and level pull-through with length enough for our car and plenty of room on the sides for relaxing outside. Our site (#100) was in the outer ring looking out into the forest which was a nice area of the campground as it was toward the back. This muted a lot of the noise from 1-40 which is close by and could be irritating if in the front section. The staff is very helpful and friendly. We stayed here for 2 days visiting Grand Canyon which is about an hour drive. We like the town of Williams because it is on Old Rt. 66 and close to the RV Park. Although there are several other parks nearby, we have found this to be the best one. I would rate it a "9" except they do not have cable and it is a little on the noisy side. If we ever come back this way, would choose this KOA again,
This is a privately owned RV Resort and all sites are rented out by the owners. Some are for sale if anyone is interested. Every site is a back-in with a concrete pad, full hook-ups, cable and Wi-Fi. Large enough for any size motorhome and plenty of space on the side. Very clean and well taken care of. This is basically an adult park and not really made for children. There is a clubhouse and other amenities but only if staying for an extended period of time. We were here for only 3 days. It's about 6 miles to Hoover Dam and Lake Meade and about 20 miles to Las Vegas. Our site had a view of the Lake although at a distance. Nice and quiet with no traffic noise. Great RV Park if visiting Hoover Dam, Lake Meade and Las Vegas. If we ever get back to this area, we would stay here again.
This is a nice little RV Park located about a mile from the highway and very easy to find. The office staff was very friendly. Pull through sites are all gravel with a few trees scattered about the campground. The sites are angled so that they are long and wide with plenty of room between each site. Our site had a small patio which is a nice addition plus we had 50 AMP, water, sewer, cable and good Wi-Fi. Good view of the distant mountains. We were very satisfied and couldn't ask for anymore for an overnight stay.
This is a relatively small RV Park located about one mile from I-15. The pull-through sites are long enough for our motorhome and towed car. Although narrow with little room between sites but with a grassy area for a table and chairs and room for all of our slideouts. There is some highway noise, but it depends on the part of the park. We were in Site #3 with no RV's in front of us, so the traffic noise was muted and didn't bother us at all. Staff is helpful and entire park is very clean and well taken care of. We had 50 AMP service with water, sewer, good cable and Wi-Fi. Close to Brigham City, with a Flying J service center at the intersection and a Wal-Mart very close by. Also close to Rt. 89 where many fresh fruit and vegetable stands are located and are very popular here. We have stayed here often for visiting family and found it to be the best RV park in the area. We would stay here again. Because it is small and conveniently located, it fill up fast so it's best to reserve ahead of time. I give it an "8" because of the narrow spaces.
This is an excellent RV Park. The staff was very professional and helpful. We had a "Premium" site and it was well worth it. Site is a long pull-through with a beautiful cement patio and a large grassy area. Very clean and well maintained. We had 50 AMP service with cable and unlimited WI-FI. Each morning they have free coffee and an opportunity to chat with fellow travelers. We were within walking distance to the town of West Yellowstone (or a short ride), and within a half mile to the west gate entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Very seldom do we rate an RV Park with a "10", but this one more than deserves it. We stayed here in our motorhome (and car) for 3 days in early September while touring the park and would love to come back sometime in the future top spend more time visiting the Grizzly RV Park and the lovely town of West Yellowstone.
We liked this Campground. The ladies at the office were friendly and helpful. Our site was a long pull-through, enough length for our 36 Ft. motorhome and car. Nice, wide and shady with plenty of space between each site. 50 AMP with Cable & Wi-Fi. Saw lots of turkeys roaming around the campground. After supper, we went for a walk on the trail, then enjoyed the ice cream social with many of the other campers. This park is easy to get to from 1-25 or 1-90. It's a very relaxing and enjoyable RV Park.
This is KOA's first RV park. It has been kept in excellent condition. We had a very nice deluxe pull-through with a patio & chairs and a swing. Site was clean, wide and long...very comfortable for sitting outside. Walking around the campground was enjoyable as it's near the Yellowstone River. Good Wi-Fi & cable. We paid a little extra for the deluxe site but thought it was worth it. It's easy to get here from 1-90.
This is one of the best campgrounds and a rare find. It's owned and operated by the City of Gering. Although there are not a lot of amenities, it's definitely a peaceful, relaxing and quiet RV park. Very, very clean. I think more for adults than children. The roads are all paved, and the sites are large with concrete pads and patios with plenty of grassy space. Also, 50AMP, water, sewer, cable, and WI-FI. Terrific views of Scotts Bluff National Monument and surrounding area. This is really a nice part of Nebraska. We spent 2 days here and hopefully, sometime in the future we will return and include this park in our travels.
This is an OK campground. We were only here overnight and found it easy to get to and from the interstate. The pull-through sites are long enough so that we didn't need to unhook our car. There was just a small strip of grass between the sites. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi. The staff is friendly and helpful. They offer meals so we ordered a pizza delivered to our motorhome. Good place to stay when traveling east or west on 1-80.
We were in the newer "deluxe" section which is very nice. Our site was a long and wide pull-through. The small concrete patio was a nice addition. This KOA is clean and seems to be well maintained. Because we were only staying overnight, we had sufficient length for our motorhome and our towed car. 50 AMP, Water, Sewer & WI-FI, but no Cable. The price for one night was on the high side but if in this area, we would stay here again.
Odd sort of place. First, we had made reservations in June with "Susie". When we arrived, there was no record of our reservation and were told that they have a busy week-end coming up but would try to fit us in. The lady at the desk, informed me that we should have called ahead, (what's a reservation for?). Second; we were given a site which was down in what appeared to be a gulley. Although it was long enough to pull through without unhooking our car, we had tree limbs hanging down scraping the top and sides of our motorhome. We managed to get all three slides out, but barely. I should say, in all fairness, that some of the sites look OK. Third; no cable TV, no WIFI, limited TV channels from antenna. We stayed here on our way towards Nebraska. Not much to choose from around here so it was OK for one night.
Nice RV park. Friendly staff. Our site was towards the back overlooking a corn field. Site was a gravel long pull-thru with plenty of room for our motorhome and car although a little on the narrow side but OK for sitting outside. Could use some raking as there was some litter. Even though we were near the back, we still got some traffic noise, but it was bearable. We stayed here for two days visiting the historic sights in Springfield, especially the Lincoln Presidential Museum and Library. Good WI-FI and cable. Would stay here again.
I hardly ever rate an RV park with a "10", but in all our travels, this is one of the best we've been to. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The entire park is very clean and all of the facilities are in excellent condition. The sites are long and wide with plenty of room for our motorhome and car. You can purchase Amish baskets made right at the Campground or delicious homemade Amish pastry. This park is located in Amish country and is in a beautiful part of Ohio. We stayed here for 2 days and toured the area. This is the kind of park that can spoil you. In the future, we hope to come back and send more time here. There are not many places that can compare to this wonderful RV Park
This is an OK RV/Campground if staying overnight. The staff is friendly and helpful. Our site was a pull-through long enough for our motorhome and car but narrow. Sites are side by side so they afford no privacy. Luckily, no one was next to us. Lots of smoke from fire pits so we had to keep our windows & door closed. We walked to the park across the street which overlooks Lake Erie. Good Wi-Fi and we paid the extra $3.00 for Cable TV. Easy to get to from I-90.
We have stayed here many times while traveling east or west on the NY Thruway. Just about a mile from the highway and close to the Casino. Very professional staff and well maintained RV Park. Our site was a pull-through overlooking a pond and close to a nice walking trail. It was long enough so that we did not have to un-hook our car. Very clean with a nice grassy area to sit outside. Our motorhome sat on a black top pad. Good Cable and Wi-Fi. Easy to get into and easy to exit.
This is a very nice RV Park. We were about 15 miles from 1-81. It's actually located on an island accessible by a causeway. We had a premium site that we could drive straight into and it overlooked Lake Ontario. We found the park to be clean with long and wide sites (plenty of room between each site). There are lots of Canada Geese and ducks, and maybe because of the time of year, lots of mayflies. The sunsets off the Lake were beautiful and we couldn't have asked for a nicer spot. Although the Cable TV did not work because of the park's technical difficulties, we had our digital TV's and WiFi, plus 50 Amps. We used our CRV for touring the area. Would come back again.
This KOA is very remote. The manager was very nice. Although we had 50 amp service, that's about it. There was no sewer, cable or TV. The sites are close together with very little room between each side. It's a small place situated about 5 miles from the highway (1-88) on narrow rural roads. Mostly seasonal sights. It looks old, run down and in need of repairs. We were surprised that it meets KOA requirements. Very overpriced for what we got. We would not stay here again.
We have stayed here overnight several times. This is a very convenient campground for traveling on 1-81. It's just off the interstate and the gas station is at the intersection just before the campground entrance. We had a nice long and wide pull-through site with 50 amps, Wi-Fi and cable. The grounds could use some cleaning but are passable. The registration desk and store are staffed by teenagers, but they are all knowledgeable, helpful and very friendly. This is a good stopover and we will continue to stay here on future trips.
We really like this campground. Very peaceful and relaxing. It has all the services including 50 Amp. Wi-Fi and cable. The grounds and sites are very clean and well kept and the managers are nice people. The pull-through sites are long and wide with plenty of room to sit outside at the tables. It is easy to get here from 1-81 and is less than a mile to the entrance. The scenery is the Appalachian Mountains and surrounding hills. We have stayed here many times, sometimes just overnight and sometimes for 2 or 3 days. When traveling on 1-81 we will always try to make this one of our stops.
This is a nice clean rv campground. Friendly management. Our site was a pull-through and near the pond. We had Wi-Fi but no cable. It appears to be a quiet area during the week. We were traveling on Rt. 30 and found this to be a convenient stop over.
Did I miss something? Trailer Life gives this an 8/8.5/8 rating. We give it a "3" . Our site was a very narrow pull-through with 50 amp cable and a weak Wi-Fi signal. Just enough room to get our slide outs extended. the grounds and sites could use some cleaning. Old scruffy looking campground. We were only staying overnight and would not come here again.
Quiet, well maintained beautiful park right on the Mississippi river. We had a long, wide and level river view site on a cement pad with 50 amps and Wi-Fi. No cable but plenty of local channels. We were told that it would be difficult to get here, but found it very easy to find. There is a lot of space between each site and large expanses of lawns extending to the rivers edge. Wonderful for just relaxing and watching the barges traveling up and down the Mississippi. Memphis is a short drive away and there is a lot to do in that city. We spent 3 days camping here and would come back again.
As we entered this campground, it looked really nice, with a large green field, a nice pond with lots of ducks. However, the sites are way up the hill and are not very well kept. We had a pull-through site with everything we needed, including Wi-Fi and cable. Wow ever, it was dusty, dirty and narrow and our view was of a row of mobile homes which made this look more like an old mobile home park than a campground. We only stayed here for one night and that was enough.
This in a very nice campground. Long and wide pull-through, with all of the hook-ups including Wi-Fi & cable. Very clean and well taken care of. Our site was situated at the top of the hill. It's quiet and nice for walking. We have stayed here several times over the past few years as we travel east & west on I-40. Very convenient to get in and out. We will continue to come here while traveling on the interstate and would recommend it to everyone.
When we arrived, we were given a site that was impossible to get into. I went back to the office and we were moved to a second site, and discovered that the 50 amp service did not work. I went back again and we finally got a site that we could get into, but barely. The trees are extremely close together and I was afraid we might not get our slide outs fully extended. There are a lot of seasonals or workers here. The campground is small, the roads are in dire need of repair with lots of holes and mud. The general appearance is worn and old looking. It's not very clean. Getting in and out is confusing. Although the staff was very helpful and pleasant, this is one place that we not return to.
We were in a pull-through site. Nice green grassy area for the table with plenty of room for our slide outs and room to sit outside. We had a good WiFi connection but no cable TV. We discovered that there are no gas stations at this exit, so after leaving, we had to go back 5 miles. We were only here for overnight, but found it to be a nice campground. We would stay here again if ever in this area.
Wow! We were in view site #12 which was long and wide with plenty of room to sit outside. Our site included WiFi and cable TV. We found this a very clean and extremely well maintained RV park. Best of all, was the fabulous views of the mountains, Las Cruces and the Mesilla Valley. The views at sunset and in the evenings were stunning. We sat in the gazebo which was right next to our site and could see all the lights in Las Cruces and the surrounding valley. Although we paid a little extra for a view site, we would highly recommend them, they are worth a few extra dollars.
This is a very clean and well maintained RV Park. Our site was wide and paved and level with a nice grassy area for the picnic table and lots of room for our chairs. We had WiFi and cable TV. We enjoyed the on site observatory and telescope where we viewed the stars and planets. We also enjoyed the swimming pool, clubhouse and large laundry room. We could walk to the supermarket which was nice. This was a central area for us to visit Tucson, Saguaro National Park, Tombstone, Bisbee and many other sights. The only negative is the trains which seem to come through at regular intervals and are loud, especially at night.
This is a fairly new campground. Very stark, it's all gravel. We would have given it a "9" except there was no shade. However, the pull-thru sites are large and the owners are very helpful and friendly. We had all the basic hook-ups including Wi-Fi, but no cable. It's located on the main highway close to the city of Alamagordo. We spent 2 days here and visited White Sands and several places in the city. If we ever come back this way we would stay here again.
We had a long pull-thru site with full hook-ups including Wi-Fi and cable. The sites are narrow and are all side by side It's not far off of I-40 and right on old Rt. 66. Very easy to get in and out. The park is mostly gravel and it can get dusty. However, it's a good place for overnight.
This is a small campground. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We had a corner site with some shade (not too much). It is mostly gravel but our site was long and wide enough for comfort. We had all of the hook-ups including Wi-Fi and cable. You can walk to the Wal-Mart and some of the other stores which are next to the KOA. We were here for two days and enjoyed the local sights including Bents Old Fort. If we are ever in this area we would stay here again.
Our site was a "Premium" pull-through with 50 amp power, Wi-Fi, and cable. We had asked for a quiet area, which we got. It was level and easy get into but found the sites to be narrow, dusty, and not well kept. We arrive in late afternoon and it was OK as we were only staying overnight.
A nice campground for an overnight stay. It's about 6 miles from the interstate thus, a peaceful setting. The pull-thru sites are wide and there was plenty of room to sit outside on a clean grassy area with a picnic table. Although there was no cable, the 50 amp, and WI-FI made our stay enjoyable.
This is a small campground. Nice long pull-thru. Very clean and well taken care of. It's located about 1-1/2 miles from I-70. Very quiet and easy to get in and out. The owners are friendly. There is no cable and very poor TV reception. Our site was long enough so that we didn't have to un-hook our car. This was a good place to stay overnight.
This is a fairly large KOA about 20 miles south of downtown Louisville. We found the entrance to the RV park impressive, but the sites are confusing because of the many angles, The pull-thrus are long enough, but are very narrow and with gravel there was a lot of dust, although there are trees giving shade. It's OK if no one is right next to you. We liked it because it was close to the sights in Louisville and the Bourbon Trail. We had plenty of room to park our car right in back of our rig. The WI-FI worked good, but no cable. If we ever visit the Louisville area we would stay here again.
This was a nice campground. We had a "Premium Site" which was on the expensive side. This included a patio with table, chairs and an umbrella plus a gas grill. The site was long and wide. WI-FI and cable both worked well. We stayed here for two days and visited Presque Isle State Park. The campground was filled because it was a weekend but we still had lots of room at our site.
One of the best RV Parks. Beautifully landscaped, nice long pull-thru sites with plenty of room for our slide-outs and room to relax on the grass. The staff is very helpful and courteous. We were just across from one of the ponds. We are not gamblers but always take a trip over to the Casino to enjoy the buffet. The only draw back is the tolls on the N.Y.Thru-way (I-90) - very expensive for our motorhome and tow vehicle. We have stayed here several times and would return again.