This is an older park that has very large trees shading most sites. About half of the sites have a reasonably level driveway, the others are sloped end to end or are quite lumpy from the large tree growing to one side. The short term visitors tend to get the poorer sites. The water and electric are okay but the WiFi is quite weak, becoming useless at peak times. This park is clearly a favorite with area families and many make use of the small golf course.
This park has modern full hookups set in an area covered with lush grass with some mature trees. There are no driveways. This allows considerable variation in where campers and visitors park their cars so when its busy it looks quite chaotic.The services are good except that your neighbors sewer connection can extend several feet into your sitting area. Be wary of the claim that is close to downtown. There is a very long staircase between the park and the business area.
This was a pleasant, rural RV park. No highway noise, train in the distance but no whistle. All sites are long pull-throughs, about 25% have 50 amp as well as 30 amp service. The roads and drives are gravel, most driveways are fairly level. The grass area between the angled sites is a reasonable width and the Wi-Fi is quite good. There are a few medium to large trees but most sites have no shade. The short drive on the gravel road from Route 203 was not a problem at low speed.
Newer park laid out in modern RV Park style with wide concrete streets and angled concrete driveways. The various rows of sites are all a bit different - some have long narrow sites, some have back-ins, some are setup as doubles and others are single sites with a wider grass area. There are 1-2 trees per site. About half are mature size. WiFi is quite good most of the time and they are planning to add two more towers to make it top notch. It is about a half mile off the interstate and well back from the road so it is quite quiet. We would definitely camp here again.
Well organized older park. Most sites are pull-thru with good sized grass sitting area and mature trees. Quiet area and quiet park. The roads and driveways are fine gravel and fairly level. Water and electric are good, WiFi is very slow and sometimes will not open a website.
Very well kept RV park. Most sites are long, angled level gravel pull-throughs with a good grass sitting area and a tree or large bush. There are also a few back-in electric/water sites on grass backing onto open fields. The services and the Wi-Fi are very good, and there are garbage cans every couple of sites. It is a bit off the normal highways and I don't recommend Rte 22 to Jackson for motorhomes or large trailers since it is a long steep climb. Its a great place for a quiet rest.
This is a large, older RV park with level gravel driveways. If you get there early you can pull thru sites behind yours and into yours. The overall driveway length is about 35 ft and when we were there, there were many Class A units. A number seemed to be seasonal.
As mentioned by an earlier visitor, there are covered picnic shelters with two tables between sites, with both families expected to share the same space and the same fire pit. This can be inconvenient - we did not have anyone sharing ours. Services were good as was the WiFi and the laundry.Its a reasonably priced place for a short stopover.
This park rates high on appearance and utilities but, as others have mentioned the back-in driveways are long and well spaced but not very level. The pull-thrus are gravel and close together. The WiFi is excellent and free, the laundry consists of one washer and one drier in the cramped office. It is a very quiet spot with a nice view.
This park is close to a "Little House on the Prairie" museum but a long way from an interstate. More than half of the park is now seasonal sites with full hookups. Each site is very large. They are setup in an unusual triangle pattern with the back of each RV fairly close to the RV on the next street but then each RV has 85 ft of lawn on the door side. Most of the sites are in a wooded area. The WiFi is $5/day and very weak. There does not appear to be any clean water available and the office is only open 2 days a week. Reservations can be made online.
This is a long-term seasonal trailer park that also books short term stays when they have space available. The majority of the available sites are back-in. Despite the enticing photos of the lake, none of the short term sites can see the water. The roads and driveways are gravel, the space beside the driveway seems to vary from site to site. Electric hookup is 50 amp only, 30 amp adapter can be rented for $5. The Wi-Fi is very good and the location is very quiet. I would come back.
It's not surprising that the reviews are so varied since its a small park but has 3 separate areas. The area by the office is right by a high speed county road and the sites are extremely narrow - most will not allow slides to open. The area behind the office is grassed with several large trees, but the ground level is very close to the water table and very soggy when we were there. Even more of a concern is that the pull-through sites are for two units, both facing the same way, so if its busy, you can get trapped. Some tent campsites are along the edge of this area, others are on the other side of the creek on higher ground and seem quite good. The Wi-Fi is very weak, even close to the office; most web sites will not open. I will not be back.
Very nice park. Sites are quite wide and angled. Most have reasonably level gravel drives. The park is surrounded by a blueberry patch which adds interest in late summer. Trees have been planted but they don't yet provide any shade. The location is very quiet and the Wi-Fi reception near the office, where we camped, is quite good.
Located on highway 117 about 8 km north of Labelle, good signs. This is a very nicely fixed up and well maintained campground. However, only 28 sites have services and of those only about 3 or 4 are available for over-nighters - the rest are seasonal campers. There is no installed sewage system, but they have a large vacuum unit that can be moved about to empty tanks. It is a very peaceful spot on the bank of the Red River with an excellent beach and a great river for kayaking or canoeing.
This Provincial Park has a number of campsites along the edge of the Marten River which is a fairly wide quiet river, great for boating. Away from the river the landscape is hilly and wooded with the result that the campsites there tend to be small and not very level. Like most of the Ontario Parks campers are expected to take their garbage each day to the pickup near the entrance so if you do not have a car, its a very inconvenient place to camp, especially at the price they charge.
This place has two separate areas in a wooded area for seasonal full service site - total of 72 seasonal while we were there. The short-term sites are all full service and located near the center of the resort, close to the washrooms and the large swimming pool. Most sites are large square, level gravel areas, typically with trees and bushes between the sites. There are also about 6 pull through sites with minimal privacy. There is a new well setup play area for small children and a large games room with games for teens and adults. There is a large triple water-slide which was not in use, a mini-golf area and a new looking tennis court. There is only a small sand beach on lake Huron but there is a well protected marina with catwalks and 12-14 births. It certainly seems to be the most modern RV park on Manitoulin Island and for many miles in both directions but it is a long drive from Highway 17.
There are many more reviews of this park under "Saginaw". It is a large well kept park with long, wide pull-thru sites and wide back-in sites. The roads and drives are gravel. The space between sites is grass. They have planted trees between sites but few are large enough for shade yet. The large clean ponds give it a lake-side feel. The Wi-Fi was excellent. The only negative for us was the single dumpster near the exit and the small number of wash rooms.
The good news is that it is away from the highway and has a good Wi-Fi system. The seasonal sites are quite nice, the pull thru sites have a reasonable spacing but are not very level and the grass is threadbare. The back-in sites for the short term travelers have a large hump running through all of them, are quite close together and back onto private houses with barking outdoor dogs. Didn't dare check out the washrooms after reading the earlier reports. Those that thought this was a great place have obviously not done much camping.
This is a very nice RV park. Utilities and WiFi are good, the location is quiet. The streets are nicely paved, driveways and patio areas are gravel. The 30amp/50amp drive through sites have good spacing with well maintained grass areas between them.
This park has two different areas; one in a heavily wooded area and one in a large field. Since the weather was cool we stayed in the field. The pull through sites are overgrown gravel, long, and generally level. The services and Wi-Fi worked well and the Elk Herd that visits during the early morning is large and very interesting.
This is a very quiet location with some wildlife roaming about. However, the pull thru sites are very close together; some have room for an awning, others do not. Most back-in sites are larger. Be sure to get precise instructions on how to find the place - the signage is very poor. I would not return.
This is a very pretty, well kept RV park with tall groomed hedges separating each site. The internet is excellent. However, the July/Aug price of $75 per night is completely unreasonable and while a few 40 ft Class A units and long trailers make it up the long, narrow, steep, curving mountain road, I shudder to think what one would do if you were to meet a motor home coming the other way since it is basically one motor home wide all the way.
I opted for a "lake front" premium site which gives a very pretty view of Mead Lake and surrounding mountains but the lake shore is at least a half mile away - perhaps further. These sites also have no shade and while we were there it was 120F. The one surprise to us was this park is inside a National Recreation Area so entry requires a $10 fee.
Very nice looking RV park however, way overpriced because of the relatively small sites, back-in sites slope 3-4 inches back to front and the WiFi is extremely slow at 5am, useless by 8am. Also disappointed that a park of this caliber had no trading library.
This park has a wide variety of sites. Some are narrow basic gravel sites, others are wider and some are premium landscaped sites. All have a paved patio and all are relatively short so that towed cars line the streets. It does not seem to be possible to reserve a specific site. There is a very nice pool and a good sized lending library. Wi-Fi is slow during the heavy use periods, fast other times.
This State Park is quiet and most sites have a view of the lake. Swimming in on the opposite side of the lake. The dump station is positioned such that only the last campground can use it upon entry or exit. Campers heading for a different campground have to do a circle of the last campground to get turned around. It is a long way off of US 54.
This is an older mobile home park in a rural setting with paved, winding roads and widely spaced lots separated by well kept grass. There are trees throughout the park. There are a number of vacant sites, some are shaded. Each site has 50 amp service, water, sewer and cable, plus excellent free Wi-Fi. There is no pool or washrooms. We have a 30 amp cord and the owner loaned us a 50 amp to 30 amp converter cord. Our neighbor across the street came over and introduced himself and offered to help, if help was needed. We enjoyed our stay here.
This is a very pleasant park with campsites in a hardwood forest, some of which overlook a small lake. The roads and driveways are coarse gravel, are reasonably level and the WI-FI is very good, There is no highway noise, just occasional train whistles in the distance several times a day.
This park has a very pleasant appearance with clean, neat and well spaced sites. The Wi-Fi, even at the west end of the park was excellent. We had a major thunderstorm, but the standing water immediately afterwards was minimal. All roads are paved, the driveways are gravel and most are quite level. They also have a good sized trading library.
In 2012 this park is no longer KOA and is now called Indian Head Campground under the Good Sam label. The overall appearance is very good, the size and quality of the landscaping between sites is excellent. The free Wi-Fi is great, the washrooms are clean and well kept but should be upgraded to match the overall quality of the park. The trains are noisy, but don't run very often this year. We will try to stay here each trip along the TransCanada highway.
Like the other park in town, most of the business is from seasonal workers. Still, there are quite a number of sites available for short term. However, they are either 15 amp plus water or 30 amp, no water. The Wi-Fi is acceptable and the Campground it is far enough from the highway that noise is minimal. Most of the driveways are not level, but the overall environment is quite acceptable for a night or two and better than the other place.
This is a good overnight stop and most people seem to stay only one night. It is a pleasant spot in that there are distant mountains in all directions. The trees are quite small still, the sites are reasonably spaced and most are fairly level. The laundry and washroom facilities are excellent, but the free WiFi is very slow, even beside the office. I would stay here again.
This Park is in a very pretty setting: full views of mountain peaks close by all around. The sites are small, many driveways quite unlevel, the laundry facilities woefully inadequate. Only the pull through sites will take a class A plus tow. The backin sites place a class A bumper to bumper with a smaller unit and the tow parks somewhere on the street, same with large trailers. The free Wi-Fi was quite good in the center of the park. I would not return.
A pleasant park. Some of the sites are close to the highway and by the pool and hot tub. They seem to be booked mainly by families staying more than a night or two. The other sites are further from the highway and higher up such that highway noise is minimal. This section is where most short term people are placed. The sites are reasonably level and have a good sized grass section between sites. Half of the back-in sites back onto a local road. The pull through sites seem to be just long enough for a medium size Class A unit with a connected small tow car. However, the roads are wide enough to park cars, if needed.
This is a very long, narrow park. The only WiFi available is in a nicely setup, family TV room at the far end of the park. The first half of the park has sites laid out uniformly, fairly close together with some mature trees. The second half has irregular sites placed between very large mature trees such that all sites are quite dark. Compared to most KOA parks there seemed to be little attention to detail at this park.
A very clean, well kept RV park. The sites are situated in 4 rows on level sites between mature trees up the side of a gentle slope such that each site is about 3 ft higher than the one below. The Wi-Fi at the campsite is strong and steady but is pay for use. Road and rail noise can be heard but it does not interfere with quiet conversation outside. It is a very pleasant restful place to stay.
Very nice park. The sites are well separated, the drives are level, all sites are nicely shaded and they now have wireless internet throughout the park. The park is on the east bank of the river, towards the west side of town. There are good signs on the TransCanada highway, on both sides of 6th ave SW.
This park has two levels. The lower level is generally where overnighters go and others without reservations. The sites here have not been maintained for many years. Some driveways are lumpy and others are a water hole when it rains. The upper level sites are much better. This lack of maintenance is a great shame since overall its the best park for miles around.
This is a very pleasant small park. Only 10 of the short term sites have electricity (30 amp). Four of the back-in sites are in trees and beside a pretty stream with rocks in it. The pull-through sites are together in a open area with a gravel covering. There are a number of unserviced sites on level grass with trees to the west of them. There is a restaurant on site run by the owners which attracts passing tradesmen so it seems to have a good reputation. The price is very reasonable and the Wi-Fi is good.
This park is not far from the highway or the train tracks, but the noise is muted quite well by the trees and the fact that the camping area is lower than the highway. We camped in Lakeside which has some campsites in an open area and others in the trees on the other side of the loop road. The grass is nicely cut. Most of the sites in this area are curved pull-thrus - many of them will be too short or tight for long vehicles so be careful. All in all, quite a pleasant park for being so close to Toronto.
This is a very nice campground with both open and shaded sides on level ground. The pull thrus are very long, the grass is nicely cut, the place is tidy and clean and the seasonal sites are away from the short term sites. Free WIFi is now available and it works fine. The park is south of the community, away from both the highway and the train track - quite unusual for TransCanada parks.
Very nicely kept campground and RV park. The seasonal sites are further away from the road in a treed slightly hilly area. The short term campers are closer to the office in two long rows going away from the road, one for long RVs and one for shorter one. The site driveways are level gravel and the grass area between sites is well kept and a reasonable size. All sites are on the diagonal, which improves the privacy. All services are good, including Wi-Fi which was strong and steady. There is very little road noise and no trains or planes.
This park is close to I-69 and is almost treeless so road noise can be an issue. There are 30 amp sites on the north side and 50 amp sites on the south. There were quite a few large motor homes on the south side, very few on the north where we parked. The gravel drives were partially overgrown but quite level. Quite a bit of grass between all sites but it had not been cut for several weeks. Only a few sites have tables. The Wi-Fi was terrible - only up for a minute or two at a time - the sending antennae seemed to be pointing at the ground.
A very pleasant spot to spend a night or a few days. Most sites are under trees, some sites have a pretty view of the lake. Sites have level gravel drives that appear to be maintained regularly. Staff are very friendly and helpful and free Wi-Fi works well.
This is a very convenient place from which to visit the Grand Canyon using the shuttle buses - be sure you ask for a spot near the bus stop. It is an old park with reasonable site separation but the paved drives have been crumbling away for some time and gravel has been added to compensate. The elk graze in the park from time to time and that is very interesting.
This is a very nice "state park" type campground in the desert with a view of distant mountains all around. The drives are paved, quite level, and very well separated. There are quite a few large cacti in the park. There are several washrooms which are quite new with free hot showers. There were only three campers there when we were there, making it a very private experience in the high desert.
The RV section is gravel with a few trees, the tenting section is grass but right beside the I-40. The sites are very close together and have not been leveled recently. The next door sewer connection, where we were, was very close to our stairs. The water and electric sites are a better choice. As noted by others, they do provide meals on site. When they are not busy they do place people on every second site.
This campground is well away from any busy roads and is very quiet and peaceful. The services, including free Wi-Fi, are good. There is a large seasonal area in the park but it is mostly hidden from the overnight area by trees. Most of the overnight sites have services back to back meaning that two sites use the same grass area. A few sites are more isolated and they are very nice.
This is one of the better RV parks in Southern Wyoming. Yes, it is very close to I-80 which make the traffic noise quite loud but the shorter sites have a reasonable separation with nice green grass and a small tree. The laundry is large, clean, modern and a reasonable price. The games room is large, nicely furnished and it has a very large trading library in addition to a pool table and various electronic games. The one disappointment was that the Wi-Fi signal right next to the building was weak and neither of our computers could connect to our e-mail service.
Excellent small park. Gravel drives but level concrete pads and patios. Everything is top quality: water, elect, Wi-Fi, laundry, pool, washrooms. Usually they have a restaurant too but it was closed this year since travel business was down. Price was for W&E, 2 people. Minor quibble was that the free Wi-Fi was only for one computer, the second was $2.50/day.
This is a very pleasant RV park. The sites are gravel, long and quite level as they progress up the side of a hill with a great view. Each site has some nice grass and most are separated from the other sites by a small tree and flower beds to attract birds. Many of the trees are large enough to give shade for 2 or 3 chairs. The Wi-Fi signal is good.
This is an RV park with mostly gravel roads and driveways. The sites are quite level, and the services are good including strong Wi-Fi. It is well away from the highway so there is no road noise. There is a railroad about a block away, but there are no train whistles so the noise is minimal. It's a good spot to stay overnight or for a few days so we were pleasantly surprised to find that it wasn't full.
The previous reviews are accurate but they didn't mention that the electrical section is on a small paved parking lot with RVs parked very close together. The attendant is not always there so if you just have a motor home with no car, you cannot leave without likely losing your site.
This is a campground in the woods type setting. The sites in the reserved site area are well spaced apart. All sites seem to be back-in and most are not that very large. Those with long trailers and long motorhomes seemed to be crowded. There are a number of interesting facilities within the park, but they all require a car to get to.
This is the best place in the area to camp. Some sites are well shaded, some are not. The WI-FI seems to be good at all sites and is included in the price. It is a short drive to Walmart and other stores. The park is relatively close to the highway but highway noise was minimal.
This is a pleasant RV park in a wooded setting. Most sites appear to be fairly level, some share long pull throughs. Due to the large number of trees the Wi-Fi is only available on a very small number of sites.
We were fortunate in getting one of the full service sites on the edge of the camping area overlooking a park and the lake (sites RV39-42). It was a great spot and the WiFi at this location was quite good. There is no road noise and no trains, but there is a band shell in the park that might be used in the evenings. The laundry is very small and expensive.
This park used to be called Curran Park and there are a number of references to that on the internet. It has large pond size swimming pool which is a major attraction. 60-70% of the sites are in a mature wooded area, the rest are in the open. The roads are mud & gravel with lots of potholes, the sites in the woods have mainly dirt driveways and the ones in the open have gravel. The overall impression is that the place has gone downhill since changing ownership.
I agree with previous comments. They also have a very nice campground type area with back-in sites, but the WiFi is really only adequate in the first two rows of the full hookup sites. Those wishing to use the pool/water slide should be aware that there is a $6.80 per person per day charge for that (less for children).
This is the best RV park in St Mary. However, there are several 30 and 50 amp areas within the park and the sites vary quite a bit in width, length and driveway slope; some are quite level, others are not. If you have a long RV plus a tow, make sure they can give you a suitable site. The scenery is great but the WiFi is absolutely terrible, even in the office, and they don’t seem to have any idea how to make it work properly. The cost is high but there is little competition and lots of business. Make sure you have a reservation in July and August.
This is nicely laid out RV park on level ground with a good separation between sites. The roads and driveways are gravel and there are quite a number of mature trees between sites creating both shaded and unshaded sites. The park is back a bit from the highway and road noise was minimal, especially at night. The Wi-Fi was free and good.
This is an older campground that has been recently bought and is in the process of being expanded and improved to make it more suitable for motor homes and large trailers. Half of the sites are in the open on a hill overlooking a large pond, and the others are among mature pine trees up a slope. The owners are trying hard to please and the park has a friendly campground atmosphere. Unfortunately, some of the sites in the open are very close to the highway and to an active railroad.
This is a relatively new small RV Park with rows of angled pull through sites. Gravel roads and drives with grass between. The Wi-Fi is very good but there are no washrooms, no showers and no picnic tables. There is a railroad on one side of the park which can be quite noisy but the highway is a bit further away and not too bad.
This is an older park with a less manicured look to it than the newer ones. It has paved roads, gravel driveways and a paved patio. The edge back-in sites have tall trees between them and the central pull-through sites have shorter trees between them. The washrooms and the laundry are excellent but there is a continual roar of traffic noise from the interstate which is why I reduced the rating. There is no WiFi but a wide selection of TV channels.
A well kept RV Park with paved roads, driveways and patios; away from traffic noise. The sites are separated by trees or large shrubs. Many of the sites have well kept seasonal units so reservations are recommended. The wash rooms and laundry are very nice and the WiFi is free and strong but picnic tables and grills are not provided. I have read so many negative comments about park staff that I must report that after I had paid using a $50 bill, the owner came to me and gave back a second $50 that had stuck to the first one.
This is a very nice RV Park with paved roads, driveways and patios. The price is for the river-front sites that boarder a rushing river with lots of rafters on it. The WiFi was excellent and there was no traffic noise. Many of the sites are seasonal so there are few people here during the week.
An older campground type park with full service sites backing onto a delightful pond containing a playful otter. It has a very relaxing atmosphere and we enjoy walking over to the state park and seeing the seals on the rocks below the cliffs. The sites near the office can now get free Wi-Fi, and it works quite well. Yes, it is becoming expensive.
This is an older RV park with very basic facilities and no WiFi. The water and electric sites are under mature trees in deep shade, the pull through sites are in the open. The water and electric sites have campground quality driveways and the services are located at the end of each driveway so you may have trouble reaching depending where you want to position your RV. The washroom buildings look like pit toilets, but they are actually nicely painted inside, have a regular toilet and have hot and cold water.
Lots of fun activities for families and children, so expect lots of families with children. The roads and driveways are all gravel but there are concrete picnic table pads, a good picnic table and islands of grass between sites (but you would place chairs on the gravel). The driveways are very wide on both the back-in and pull through sites. Interesting park, good WiFi and quiet at night.
This park has had mixed reviews and some of this is because its has a somewhat hilly, well treed location rather than a flat paved RV park. In addition, many of the pull through sites are close together and the back-in sites along the back, are up the side of a hill and while the driveways are level, the adjacent grass areas are not. The park is relatively long and narrow along the side of the highway so road noise affects most sites. On the other hand, the park tries hard to provide a vacation experience and some people really like this.
This is an older park with mature trees shading about 30% of the overnight sites. Concrete roads and fairly level gravel sites. Grass and picnic tables pretty scruffy. Water and electric OK but WI-FI only works for a few sites, rest must go into the store to use it.
This park is back a bit from the interstate which reduces the road noise. The pull-through sites in front of the office are well fixed up. Behind the office the sites are defined only by water and electric services. Since all the ground covering is gravel its not possible to determine where the roads are without one of the staff to tell you where to park. Therefore, when units come in after dark they often block the exit roads.
This is a small RV Park with mostly seasonal workers. The sites are close together and each site exits directly onto a public street. The staff was very helpful, the sites and rest rooms were clean and it was very quiet at night. Reservations are definitely recommended since its the only RV park for miles.
This is a pleasant, quiet RV Park and a good place to stay if you wish to drive around the Colorado National Monument. The staff was friendly and very helpful. When I asked if they knew where I could get high pressure air for one of my motorhome tires, they brought a high pressure air compressor to my site. The sites have clearly been improved quite a bit over the past few years and more work is planned.
This is a below average RV park in a unique setting. It has three camping levels; a small number of sites at highway level, quite a number halfway down the slope and some a few feet above the rushing Colorado River with a train track on the other side. The central region is the only sensible choice. It has not quite level gravel back-in sites along both sides of a very wide gravel road so no problem turning large rigs. Just over the fence is the start of a 5 mile paved trail into Glenwood Canyon and white water rafting trips originate at the RV Park. Its an interesting experience for a night or two.
This is a top notch RV Park. The roads are paved, driveways are not only long enough for the largest RVs but are wide enough to take a car as well. The landscaping has been done professionally and is well looked after. Many trees have been planted between all sites. It truly is a resort in that it has an indoor heated pool, a large number of condominium cottages and a number of seasonal campers but all sites are maintained in immaculate condition. The Wi-Fi has multiple towers and was quite good.
This park is located between the railroad track and the interstate, and the sites are placed quite close together. The staff was all very friendly and helpful, but the price is really out of line for the other parks we have stayed at along I-70. I guess the premium is because Denver is near, but Cherry Creek State Park in Denver is a much better RV park if you want to be close to Denver, and another campground even has wireless internet.
Nice neat RV Park beside I-70. All sites seem to have level gravel covered driveways. No problems with the utilities although the Wi-Fi seems relatively weak since we are close to the office and have a "low" signal. We would stay here again.
This park has an interesting layout on a slope overlooking a nice pond with several pairs of friendly domestic geese. All of the sites have paved driveways and are quite level although the grass between the sites is on somewhat of a slope. Wi-Fi was just okay where we were since there were several trees between us and the transmitter. Select a site with a clear view of the Wi-Fi transmitter on the office for good reception.
Pleasant, friendly park, with all sites shaded by mature trees. All sites have level gravel pads and most have gravel between sites. WiFi is very good. There is no road noise, sometimes distant train noise. We would camp here again.
Pleasant spot in a valley, but the river is inaccessible since it is bordered by a well treed levee. The WiFi was good at our campsite but the swimming is in a pond, not a pool. The water quality is also quite poor. As noted previously, the new owners are very friendly and plan to fix things up.
This is a quiet, pleasant spot for an overnight stop. There are about 12 full hookup pull thru overnight grassy sites at the rear of a well kept seasonal park. Wi-Fi available at all sites for $2 per day. Its far enough from the highway so that there is no road noise. All sizes of RVs can access the sites easily. No trees at the overnight sites.
This park has seasonal areas and non-seasonal areas, including lakeside sites which are very pretty and relatively open. The other sites are among tall trees with open shade. There are also some long level grassy, pull through sites. All types of boats are allowed on this lake, the fishing is supposed to be great. The park is very well kept and all facilities are well built and clean. WiFi is free but it is only available at a picnic table outside the office.
There are several campgrounds in this park. The High Bluffs Campground has a number of large level sites along an 8 foot high bluff overlooking Lake Ontario. About half have some shade, the other half are open. Every second site along the bluff have 15 and 50 amp service and some have been provided with 50 to 30 conversion cables. Sites 71, 75, 79, 97 and 100 all have 50 amp service. In general all sites from the entrance down to 63 on both sides of the bluff road are suitable for large rigs. Sites that are further away from the lake are typically small and some have a significant slope. After the May 24 holiday weekend the bluff area quickly filled up with large trailers and motor homes and almost everyone had dogs with them. Its a very popular park: reserve early for a good site.
This really is an excellent park, but only if you can get a site on the upper level. When we were there the short term people were placed on a much lower elevation which meant that getting to the wash room and laundry required a 30-40 ft climb. Another negative factor was that the internet is now $7 a day extra.
Well run smaller park, with sites reasonably level and well spaced. Its close to highway but no undue noise. An easy walk to everything in the park, good Wi-Fi at sites and garbage pickup at sites. At check-in you are given a very nice set of guides to the area. Would definitely stay again.
This park has two sections; one section has relatively small sites in a heavily wooded area, the other is on an open hillside with long, relatively wide terraced pull-through sites. There is a nice view to the north from the pull-through sites but there can be quite a bit of traffic noise from time to time from the highway at the base of the hill. A wide space as been left between the two rows of pull-through sites so that long rigs can easily get in and out.
If you enjoy small quiet campgrounds and your equipment is not too big, you will like this park. It is clean, well maintained and has easy lake access for water craft. The back-in sites are on the lakeside and the pull-thru sites are across the road from them. Just be sure to check if the site is level enough for your rig before registering since there are not many sites and some are not very level. They have Wi-Fi at the library (beside the pull-thru sites) and a large number of books for exchange.
A very nice RV Park.The beach is great and there are some interesting rock formations a short walk down the beach. The park is large though and the WiFi is limited to the immediate office area and there is only a central garbage facility so if you have a Motor home you might have quite a walk. The island folk are extremely friendly and helpful. Our motor home broke down in front of a home on a Sunday afternoon and the owner diagnosed it as an alternator failure, took the alternator away, had it rebuilt and had us going again within two hours. Just amazing.
This is a large, well organized and well run RV Park. Most sites are partially shaded, the 50 amp pull-thru sites are in the open, closest to the river front, however there is no access to the water. From a motor home point of view there are two problems; the garbage bins and the washrooms are both quite a distance from the pull-thru sites. The free Wi-Fi access is only in the office building and even that is very spotty.
Very interesting place to camp - great views of the ocean from most sites. The pull-thru sites on top of the hill are level and good for long units. The grassy sites lower down on the hill are not very level for motor homes but being close to the crashing waves can be interesting. Tent camping is very good but be aware that the wind can get very strong right on the ocean.
This is an older campground with all of the short term sites in a well treed area. There is one row of pull-thru sites but they have not been leveled. The rest of the sites are fairly close together and relatively small with cars parked along the edge of narrow roads. There is an extra charge for the pool and water slide.
A very nice smaller park for an overnight stay. The park is on several levels but each site has been carefully leveled prior to planting the grass. There are some very interesting no-service sites along the water edge for tents and small campers. There are only a few sites with 30 amp service, the rest are 15 amp. Wi-Fi is $3 extra and was continuously intermittent. Most sites have a nice view of the ocean and there are some interesting walks.
A well organized, well maintained campground. Most 3 way service sites are back-in and the space available to back in a long trailer is quite limited. The sites are relatively narrow and most are back to back. The main camping area is surrounded by trees and this is both pleasing and reduces the road noise to an acceptable level. The Wi-Fi works well. Its a good place to stop on a Gaspe tour.
A very well setup and maintained campground on a large sandbar across the harbor entry. All sites are level, well grass covered and quite large. There are 18 pull thru sites with 3-way 30 amp service and about 50 back-in sites with 30 amp service. The internet service is free and extremely fast. The condition of the beach probably varies from storm to storm. While we were there it had stone regions and sandy regions. There is no ocean view from most sites but the beach is all along one side of the campground.
This is a fairly rustic camp and will not appeal to everyone. There are a variety of site types. The hill sites require quite a bit of maneuvering for large RVs. There are also 50 amp sites on the level and some grassy 15 amp sites for campers and smaller RVs. Only some of the hill sites and the grassy sites actually have a clear ocean view. The Wi-Fi indicates that it is good but it is extremely slow to load pages. Overall we were disappointed and only stayed one night.
This is mainly a seasonal park but they have about 8 sites along the St. Lawrence River for over nighters that are very nice. The park is well kept, the management is French speaking but very friendly with sufficient English to make you feel welcome. No road noise but occasional noisy speedboats on the river. I would go out of my way to stay here again. Reservations mandatory due to limited space.
I agree with the previous comments. The only change is that they now provide free WiFi instead of a Good Sam discount. We were on the west edge, center row and the WiFi had low strength - only one of our computers could pick it up. Its a clean, well run park with good facilities but the highway noise is annoying during the day so I would not stay here again.
Very nice RV Park. Quiet, away from the highway and other sources of noise, but just a short drive off the main highway. The pull-thru sites are large, driveways are level gravel, picnic table on well kept grass, every site has several trees but not so large as to obstruct use of satellite systems. Free WiFi available but it was weak and intermittent when we were there (they had a rep there to fix it). We would definitely camp here again.
This is a pleasant park, well away from highways, railways etc. The campsites are in a pine forest with medium high trees so they are shaded except at noonday, but all lower branches have been removed so one can see the whole campground. All sites are good-sized pull-thru but they have not been graveled or leveled for many years so obtaining a site level enough for a motor home requires some selection. Staff are very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
This campground stretches along the lake such that about 1/3 of the campsites are next to the beach and the others are close. The beach is sandy but many areas this year were covered in small stones which made it difficult to walk in bare feet. The water of Lake Superior is very cold but the views and sunsets are great. The lake can be perfectly flat some days and other days there will be 3 ft waves - very impressive. The electric pull thru sites are not very level and some are very narrow. The roads are also narrow - about 11 ft between trees so it is not possible to turn long trailers or motor homes into many of the sites that are classified as large. Be very careful entering this park with large RV units.
This is an older campground, most of it covered with high mature trees giving good shade. There are both trailer sites and tent sites available close to and overlooking the lake. All sites have a large concrete patio pad and WiFi. There are boat docking facilities available but, there is no swimming in the lake due to weeds.The pool is a good size but 10-20 active children can make it impossible for adults to use it. The 2008 rates are quite a bit more expensive than comparable parks elsewhere but the park seemed to be almost full.
Very nicely kept smaller campground. Lots of grass, lots of toys for younger children especially. Medium size trees, grass sites with gravel under the parking area. Very helpful owners, some train noise several times a day.
Most of the sites in this park are well treed and have dense bushes between sites. There are also full hookup pull-through 50 amp sites in the open for those who want them. Sites are a bit narrow but you can use slideouts on one side and an awning on the other with no problem. Most sites are dirt with some grass at the side. This is a problem when it rains.
This is a destination RV park for touring the Grand Teton Park. It is in a dense lodge pole pine forest with separate (mostly pull-through) sites quite close together. The edge of the lake, with a terrific view of the Tetons, is a short walk away. They advertise WiFi but it can only be used in the cabin office, a 10-20 minute walk from the RV park. The boat tour is a good value. Reservations are a must.
This resort is mainly a place to stay so you, your family and your friends can use the terrific water park. About half of the sites are shaded and a few sites have paved driveways. The majority of the sites are completely grassed and under the grass is a narrow, not level gravel driveway. We were there Friday and the campsites filled up very fast. Most sites had 2 or 3 vehicles which were parked all over making entry for large vehicles very difficult. After sunset the park was very quiet. We are seniors and we had a great day at the water park.
Most campsites are shaded by medium size trees but the roads and sites are a dusty sand and gravel mixture making for a dusty situation. Staff were friendly and helpful and there are many amenities for children. However, compared to what we could see of other parks closer to the National Parks, it wasn't worth the 5 mile drive south of town.
This is a very nice campground. Large mature trees throughout the park are a real treat at 100F. There are gravel roads and driveways; most sites seem quite level. There is a nice lush grass area with a good picnic table beside each site. Wi-Fi so far has been excellent (perhaps because we are fairly close to the office). The park is a bit hard to find, but it's really worth the hunt.
The camp ground has quite a few medium sized trees, and the massive canyon walls on both sides of the park are really amazing, especially in early morning and late evening light. Some roads are paved, the rest are gravel. Sites are gravel and quite variable in how level they are. Some sites are right beside open trash dumpsters and the Wi-Fi was out of service. When asked when it might be working we were told that it was out of service indefinitely. There is a town shuttle bus stop just outside the campground, and where it drops you off it's a short walk to the park shuttle. Using both shuttles I was able to get to the last park stop in one hour at a busy time of the day. The problem is that from the bus one cannot really see the canyon walls so be prepared to get out and walk at several stops.
Like most parks in the SW the roads and sites were gravel, and there were a few trees in the park. Since there are not many parks to choose from here, the price was good but many sites are not level. The Wi-Fi was down and the office staff didn't care, stating that it wasn't their problem.
The previous comments are right on. Very pleasant place to stay when they are not too busy, however the sites are quite narrow and you would share the outdoor space with your neighbor when all sites are in use. The park is away from the road and over the hill so it is quite quiet.
This park is in the desert outside of Tucson, far enough from the interstate and the railroad to be peaceful. The roads are paved, the sites are level gravel, there are some trees and several cactus gardens. The sites are quite wide, allowing you to angle an RV to increase the shade. The pool and patio area are quite nice and there is a covered area for shade. Quite a nice place to stay if you don't mind being 10-15 miles from the city. (ps - the April 08 review seems to be for a different park)
A real gem of an RV Park. The trees are a real treat in this part of the country and there is a grass area between sites. The roads and drives are level gravel but the picnic table patio is concrete.The owners are very helpful and it is a real quiet location. They have campsites on two levels; the lower level sites back onto a fast moving irrigation canal. I'm sure that children are welcome but there are no play facilities. Wi-Fi is weak and intermittent.
Neat and clean RV park with gravel roads and driveways; some grass between the water and electric sites. All sites are quite narrow and would feel cramped when they are all in use. WiFi at the edge of the park was weak and intermittent. Stores are near by.
Very nice park for seniors. Staff very friendly and helpful, level sites with concrete picnic table pad, excellent pool. Many sites are shaded, excellent WiFi, convenient city bus service to visit the historic down town area or to go shopping.
Pleasant, well kept RV park. As is typical in this area, the whole park is gravel which is groomed each day. Most sites are level and there are trees and flowering bushes around the edge of the park and between levels but few sites with shade. Very helpful staff, many snow-bird campers which means that the WiFi is excellent. No lake view and the lake is a very long walk away.
Very well built RV Park in an urban setting (you cannot see the city from the park). Paved roads, paved drive, level concrete pads, lots of space between sites. Some loops are full service and there is a WiFi service included in the cost. We were on the outer edge of Goldrush and the WiFi was weak and intermittent. The washrooms are absolutely first class. Road noise is noticeable at rush hour, not too bad after that. Note: in addition to the campsite cost and the reservation cost, there is also an $8 daily park cost.
Close to Interstate, so somewhat noisy. Set in the desert with a good view of the mountains. Sites are level but quite narrow, no fun being outside. Staff are very friendly and accommodating. Nature trail and pancake breakfast, Saturday and Sundays.
Pleasant spot, gravel roads and drive ways. All campsites are pull thrus, with grass between. The drive ways are quite level. The back half of the park is far enough from the interstate that road noise is not a problem. Some sites are shaded and the WiFi service is very good.
Nice, well kept place, far enough from the interstate that road noise is not a problem. Gravel roads & driveways, good grass between sites. About one quarter are shaded, rest are not. Pool nicely setup but small. WiFi service faded sometimes but was acceptable.
A large park with considerable separation between the various campgrounds and the beach access. Only the Riverside CG was open in May - it has some electric sites along the edge of the river and most sites are shaded. The overall size, level and privacy of campsites varies considerably. If driving a motor home you will need to checkout the suitability of the available sites. From Riverside CG its about a 3 mi drive to the beach area where you walk across large sand dunes to a long sandy beach.
Clean, quiet, well shaded campground away from main roads and trains. Right beside a historic canal and they have canoes and kayaks for rent. Also have a variety of pedal carts for rent. Gravel driveways and roads starting to get thin so bit muddy when it rains. Good place for a stop.
This complex includes a pullthru RV Park, a water-electric back-in area, a tent camping area, a large motel, and a permanent trailer park; all nicely separated. It also has an indoor water slide, pool, hot tub, and children's pool. The full service sites are a bit close together, separated with fences. The water-electric and tent sites are in a nice grassy area. Nice place, minimal highway noise, no trains, close to Wal-Mart and other stores. WIFI available at all sites but some distant sites have poor reception.
Good stopover park between Sudbury and Sault Ste Marie. Half-mile off the highway on west edge of Massey. Large, shaded, quite level, well separated sites. Freshwater available at dump station from hose. Quiet park with nice short trails to view several water falls on small river running through the park. Some sites are a little tight for full-size class A rigs but manageable.
The previous review gave a good overview. I would add that at the east end of the long sandy beach (too cold for most people) there is a rocky point which makes for an interesting hike. On windy days with the waves crashing over the rocks you would think you were on the East Coast. Very nice park with good sites for large rigs in area 1.
This park has many large, well separated, well shaded, quite level sites for those who enjoy a "camping" type experience. Water hookups not available but at the dump station a fresh water hose is available to fill water tanks. The waterfalls is also quite a sight - well worth dropping in just for that reason. This park is about 20 minutes west of Thunder Bay, at the town of Kakabeka Falls.
Nicely shaded RV Park with reasonable grassy separation between sites. Little difficult to find, on south-west corner of the city about half mile south off the TransCanada highway but its worth finding since the alternatives seem to quite poor.
A really great RV Park in a beautiful spot, surrounded by rocky mountains, mirrored in a lake on the edge of the campground. Wild deer grazing by your trailer, small full-service town on the other side of the campground. Terrific mountain views along the park roads. Highly recommended and don't forget to get reservations early.
This park consists of well separated sites in a wooded area. It is close to the highway but there is little traffic at night. The sites are long and reasonably level, the washrooms are very nice. Great spot if you prefer "camping" instead of a paved RV park.
Nicely kept, quiet park with large sites. Quite open at moment since trees have only been growing a few years. Washrooms, showers and laundry very well done. Several large ponds within the campsite layout add interest. A large number of additional sites being added around another pond. Wireless internet worked very well.
This is an older park with angled pull-thru sites arranged in rows, with shade trees. There is good separation with grass between the sites. It is close to the interstate, but quite a deep park, so the noise near the back is not too bad. The wireless internet at the sites is very good and the gravel road in was not a significant problem when we were there.
This is a wooded park well off the highway with mainly pull-thru sites. We didn't find any problem with the water and the wireless internet is very good. The full service pull-thru sites are narrow, the elect & water back-in sites are better and not as heavily used. It is certainly the best in this area, the KOA is a very spartan spot right on the edge of the Interstate.
This is a large park with a number of different campgrounds. We were assigned to Hemlock which is a run-down state park type of place with very small sites. We complained and got our money back and left. True it has all the facilities but if you use a motorhome its a real long walk. They also offer full hookups in one campground that is quite a bit better quality but still not the quality that you would expect for the price.
Very nice country park, well away from the highway, beside a rushing river. All sites are well shaded, some on river bank, some with view of river, others bit further back with carports. Nicely kept grounds, a good place to relax. Its off rte 126 East of Blue River.
This is an older park with paved roads and paved picnic table area but most sites are gravel. Pullouts cannot be used near the hookups but fortunately the back-in sites are very deep so a motor home or trailer can be positioned so as to extend the pullouts. The surrounding area is very nice and the extra long sites make the roads seem very wide. The drive from Crescent City is through an incredible stand of large Redwoods.
Very nice shaded and separated camp sites, good paved roads and washrooms. Only negative is that the beach is several miles away and there is a high ridge of sand dunes between the parking and the beach.
This is a tight, small park in two levels on a steep slope with a view of a wide set of rocks or rapids below (depending on water level). It has very tight curves and I recommend against taking large rigs into it. The view is very pretty but the sites are gravel and the highway is very close.
Small, friendly, very quiet and peaceful RV park. Full hookups, cable tv, dial-up modem in laundry room (no wifi), fire rings. Easy walk into Patrick's Point State Park which is across the road to see the ocean and seal lions. The price quoted is for pond-side sites, others cheaper. Great place for a rest. Cash or check as they don't accept credit cards.
Very nice full feature park with good size trees by the side of I-5 but road noise at night was minimal. The WiFi worked well but was slow at peak periods. It has a number of free extras that older children would enjoy.
A very neat and tidy park with well paved roads, large concrete pads and grass between all sites. However, the pool was very small and they had no washrooms or showers. Road and train noise was minimal at night.
Very nicely fixed up park, wide paved roads, large concrete pads, good spacing between sites with grass and young trees. The wireless worked well for us for the 2 days we were there. Quiet, pleasant surroundings but no pool.
The previous review of this park was so good we had to go and see it. So we did and got a bit of a shock - this campground is essentially on top of the mountain and it is accessed by a steep, relatively narrow, 2 lane, well paved road up the side of the mountain with rock on one side and nothing on the other. Judging by the large number of local people, that we enjoyed Sunday afternoon there, they were not concerned by the road. BUT, if I had met another motor home on the road we might still be there deciding who had the nerve to back up. Apart from the road, the campground experience was great.
This park has two basic sections. The upper section (by I-80)has been modernize with large concrete pads and new picnic tables surrounded by well kept grounds. Some are available but many are seasonal. The lower section (away from the noise of I-80) are fairly basic, less expensive and in a pretty valley. The pool and washroom facilities are excellent.
This is a pleasant lake-side park with lots of trees for shade. The pull-thrus are on grass, shaded and have picnic tables and a good separation from the next site. The park is about a quarter of a mile from the Interstate so noise in minimal. The Lake-side sites may all be long-term or seasonal but since they are spaced far apart all sites have nice lake views. Overall, very nice, especially for a KOA.
A pleasant campground on the bank of a small river. All sites are on grass and most are well shaded. Canoes and kayaks are available for rent but there is a noticeable current in the river. Very quiet spot, nice playground for children and the washroom is excellent.
Very nice change from parking lot type RV parks. All pads are paved and well separated from each other under mature trees. There is a swimming beach which was well used. It is only separated from I-80 by the small lake but the park is quite large and perhaps because of the trees, the noise level was minimal. It is also a good place for a picnic. There are several places where fresh water can be obtained with a hose and there is a sewage dump.
The overnighters are assigned to a line of pull throughs where there is very little space between RVs; certainly no room for picnic tables and you share a narrow spot for chairs. A number of the RV parks along I-80 thru Wyoming are like this but overall I think that the KOA would have been a better choice at Cheyenne. The main advantage at AB Camp is that it is some distance from the interstates and quite quiet. Initially the office assigns RVs to every second pull-thru so this CG would probably be ok in spring or fall.
The new section on this park is one of the best that we have seen all across I-80 in Wyoming since there was a good sized separation between the pull-thru sites with grass and a table. The quality of the new washroom was very good, similar to those new office buildings. The park does display the Good Sam logo but it is not clear that they are a member any more. They are across a road from I-80 and the road noise was not excessive. We thought it was the best overnight park for many miles.
This is a relatively new park with a nice beach on a clean lake. Walnut Grove has an interesting "Little House on the Prairie" museum, dugout house site and special outdoor drama on several weekends in the summer. The park is close to town and well worth a stay if you visit Walnut Grove but it is almost an hour north of I-80.
Interesting park on an long narrow island in the Mississippi River. Most sites well shaded, park well kept, most waterfront sites are seasonal rentals but since the park is so narrow, the river is never far away. The beach is very small and weedy. No highway noise but when we were there there was a very loud rock concert in the park across the street.
Crowded, older park with grassy sites. Very good wireless internet, bumpy muddy access road, numerous organized activities for children. The washroom building by the short term sites was small and poorly built, the other one somewhat better.