This place is by far the worst park that we have ever stayed in. The park itself was very rundown with many old permanent units in awful condition. Trash was everywhere; just touching the dumpster made me shudder. Free range dogs moved about. It is right next to a train track with many trains moving throughout the day, but thankfully not at night. Wi-Fi is in laundromat and is not bad. Toilets and especially the showers were disgusting. Showers are coin operated, sometimes, and take your money with no hot water often. Staff is friendly, but run a tourist operation and are often gone, leaving the office locked. They advertise TV, but have not had it in 2 years. Sewer is also advertised, but not available at our "full hookup" site.
This is one of the best campgrounds that we have found in Alaska. I agree with the positive comments of others, but found the office staff to be very friendly. Very quiet, lots of eagles flying overhead. Campfires allowed. Very good Wi-Fi. We would definitely stay here again.
Campground is wide open, perfect for satellite TV, but no shade of course. Great wi-fi and cable channels. Very friendly staff. Level sites. Some sites have utility connections too close to site entry resulting in having a towed vehicle partially out of pull-in space. If this is a concern, select pull thru sites on rows 5 or 6, away from office where the spacing is correct for pull through. Walking distance to several fast food places, Walmart and Ace Hardware. We would stay here again.
If you get nervous moving your rig in congested parks, you might want to go elsewhere. This one is extremely tight. The spaces are crowded to the point that you may have to move the picnic table to find a place to park your toad. Definitely unhook the toad before moving into the park as parked vehicles reduce clearance even more but is mostly unavoidable given the tight spaces, trees, etc. Not satellite friendly due to trees everywhere, but they provide excellent shade. Once you are in your site, no problem. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV. You can walk to shops and restaurants from the park located in the center of town. Not a park to go for outdoor relaxation next to your rig; too crowded, no grass areas. Amazingly quiet given the crowded conditions as the park was full. We would look for a more roomy park if we stayed here again.
This is what every RV park hopes to be when it grows up. Immaculate everything, neatly mowed grass everywhere, I could find no bare spots at all. Asphalt interior roads, level gravel parking pads, asphalt patios with recycled plastic picnic tables [no splinters]. Ample space between sites. Great expanses for pet walking. Nearby (walking distance) restaurants and shops. Very quiet. Good WiFi, but uses free coupons for 2 hour incremental use. Very friendly and efficient staff. One of the nicest parks we have ever encountered and would definitely stay here again.
This is one of the best RV parks that we have ever used. Everything is well organized and clean. Sites are scattered into pods, some are shaded, some are open and more satellite friendly. Parking sites are either gravel or concrete, and level; interior roads are asphalt and in excellent condition. Each site has two sewer connections to accommodate almost any rig and sewer hose condition, a nice touch. Excellent Wi-Fi. The camp store is the most well stocked we have encountered. The staff is friendly and efficient. This is a destination park, not just an overnight opportunity. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice, quiet park. All sites are in the woods with several yards between sites allowing for some privacy. Roads and sites are gravel with level sites. Cable TV is great and much needed as satellite availability in woods is not possible. The staff members are very friendly RV'ers and know your needs. Excellent WiFi service. Very convenient to Chapel Hill less than 6 miles away. We enjoyed our stay and will definitely stay here again.
This is one of the best campgrounds that we have found anywhere. Very well kept, quiet, good wifi, and friendly staff. Picnic table and concrete patio at each site. Asphalt roadways and level, gravel parking pads. Shading could be problematic for satellite reception at some sites, but good cable TV is available. If you are looking for lots of things to do for kids, this is not your campground. Did I mention it is quiet? Easy access to nearby Hendersonville, Asheville and mountains.
This is a great park. Away from highway noise, large sites, plenty of space between sites. Great Wi-Fi and cable TV. The office staff is VERY friendly and accommodating. Sites are level. Water supply piping is protected from freezing up to point of your connection. There are double sanitary connections widely separated that allow most any size rig or configuration to be easily accommodated, a nice touch. Location is close enough to mountains for day trips. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a ho-hum interstate overnight stop. Close to I-40 with the associated road noise. No frills. Level gravel pads, dirt roads. No patio, just grass/dirt beside your rig. Our picnic table collapsed on us. They advertise Wi-Fi, but they had no service when we stayed. WI-FI is our number one amenity as we travel a lot and want to communicate. When I complained I was told that there had been complaints for several days, but they did not know how to fix the system. Apparently they do not know how to call for service, or to inform their guests of the problem upon check-in either. We will never stay here again.
This is a typical western RV park. Gravel roads and pads, open, few trees so no problem with satellite acquisition. Level sites. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV. You can order food to be prepared and brought to your site. It is a bit pricey, but beats unhooking the tow vehicle and driving out to dinner. You wouldn't return just for the food, though. The park is far enough from train tracks that the whistle and rumble is not much of a problem, rather different from most western highway RV parks. No I-40 noise at all. Staff is very helpful. Plenty of room to walk pets. We would stay here again.
This is a nice, small, quiet campground. Perfect for day trips to the nearby national parks. The owners are very nice and helpful. Satellite acquisition could be dicey, but not impossible due to trees. Water connection is in a valve box for freeze protection. Sewer connection is in a box also which makes it difficult or impossible to secure sewer hose with weights alone; could be a messy proposition if done wrong. Within walking distance to some restaurants and the local food market. We would stay here again.
An excellent park. Concrete roads and parking pads, very level. Staff is very friendly and helpful. All new, well manicured grounds, no muddy areas. Lots of places to walk pets. Large conference area with kitchen for large groups. Great Wi-Fi. Some road noise is the only down side. One of the best parks we have encountered. We will definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for an overnight. We reserved our pull through site 2 weeks in advance, and when we arrived we could not fit in the space and were given another which was very tight. The entire park is congested, and I do not recommend trying to negotiate the narrow roadways with a big rig. Numerous tree scrapes are evidence that those before us had trouble getting through the tree lined roadways with vehicles overhanging, chairs, tents, etc. Everything is so crowded here. Satellite access is very iffy due to the trees. A great family campground with lots to do for kids.
This park is by far the largest private one we have ever seen. It’s an old farm of over 70 acres, about half of which is heavily wooded. Lots of sites for tent camping and RV’s. You won’t be too close to your neighbor here. Three A-frame rustic cabins in the woods also. Only 6 sites are true pull-thru type, with 50 amp power, generously spaced, and level enough to use without blocking. Pull-through sites are unshaded, so no problems with satellite access. Interior roads are gravel with gravel parking areas at nearly all sites. The park is about 2 miles from Summersville Lake, away from the noise of the jet skis and boats. Whitewater rafting on the Gauley River is nearby. The park has a variety of types of boats to rent for lake use, but you must tow the boat to the lake yourself. Lots of open space for kids to ride bikes or tumble down the mowed hillsides. Some kids' climbing/playground equipment.There is no pool. Wifi is poor and could probably improved if the antennas were raised higher than surrounding structures and parked RV’s. There is no cable TV. The toilets and showers are very clean and well maintained. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Quiet, there is little or no road noise here. Summersville has some shopping and restaurants, Lowe’s, WalMart and a real treat, Hardman”s Hardware; reminds you of Restoration Hardware but with real hardware. We enjoyed our quiet stay here and plan to return.
The roads are narrow and the turns tight on the lower section where we stayed. Sites are tightly packed; pull thru sites are rather short. Cable channels are limited, satellite signal is chancy due to the trees; select your site carefully if you need satellite. Some sanitary connections are much higher than gravel parking pad requiring sloped drain pipe assistance to avoid "packing" of sanitary drain line. Cable TV connections are quite a way from the normal pedestal location. Friendly and helpful staff. Quiet park, but some road noise. OK for an overnight, but would not want to stay here for more than that.
We stayed here 3 weeks in January-February 2005 and thoroughly enjoyed this quiet setting. It is across the state highway from the casino & Marriott w/ hotel fitness room & pool accessibility [free] and free shuttle to casino. Park has its own heated pool and spa. Shopping in Fountain Hills about 3 miles away and Scottsdale about 10 miles. We watched cattle and horses free ranging outside the fence on the reservation. Regulars report that eagles land in trees just outside north fence line. Lots of room outside fence to walk pets. We would not stay here or anywhere in the Phoenix valley in summer. Cable TV is expensive as is the laundromat, but we used local antenna & satellite. Views are outstanding. Carefully pick your sites to ensure adequate room between spaces. One of the most scenic and quiet parks that we have ever enjoyed.
This new park is excellent. Lots of room between sites, compacted gravel parking area, very open and clear for satellite reception. Great cable TV and wi-fi, both free. Great breakfast [donation requested] by RV volunteers on some mornings. Close to US Highway so there was some road noise until darkness set in. Three miles to Wal-Mart and some shopping. Deer were grazing within site of the park. Lots of room to walk pets. We would definitely stay here again.
Very neat and clean park, one of the nicest we have ever found. Very tight spaces, mostly side-by side which means your entry door faces your neighbor's, but most sites have a buffer fence/plantings as a partial screen. You can actually touch your neighbor's coach from your window on the opposite side if you both park close to the utility connection point. We expected much more in a wi-fi system which was one of the worst we have encountered in the last 18 months. It is free, but so weak that we could not connect often as they have only a single antenna for the entire park. I much prefer a commercial [pay] service than a free one that is not usable. This park is not worth the high cost in my opinion.