We stayed here while visiting relatives in the Boise area. It does not have the feel of a back to nature campground, units are packed pretty close together and it was quite full during the 3 nights we stayed. However it serves its purpose very well as a place to stay while enjoying what the Boise area has to offer. The sites have full hook ups and they have the full range of amenities typically offered at a KOA.
We stayed here overnight on our way to Boise. We had full hook ups and were quite happy with our experience. It is a small campground, initially looks unexceptional, and has no shade. But as you look around the owners are putting a lot of work into it. For us, it currently would serve only as an overnight site, but others were spending several nights and exploring the surrounding areas.
This is a very nice campground with many amenities. Our site was good sized with nice green grass on either side of the RV. People are friendly. It is located very close to the west glacier entrance. I do think their laundry mat is a little expensive. It was $2.50 for wash and $1.50 for dry. That's more than we have paid elsewhere. However, we enjoyed our stay and would come back if we ever get to visit Glacier NP again.
We had a great view from our campsite and experienced the atmosphere and blustery weather of East Glacier NP. We loved it! We had a full hook-up site although while we were there the Wi-Fi was having some problems. The staff is great. Breakfast and dinner is available on site. Our 1/2 lb. cheeseburger was great. They have a neat store with gifts and groceries. The staff also assisted us in obtaining Glacier Park tour reservations.
We did an "overnight" here on our way to Glacier NP. This place is like a well maintained city park! A park with beautiful flower displays at every site. It was incredible. Our full hook-up site was great. The staff was extremely friendly and we wished we had more time to spend there. What a great place to relax and unwind!
We loved the atmosphere at this park. Although it reminded us of the rustic campgrounds of our youth we had full hook-ups for our rig. The campground was full but because of the way the sites are staggered it didn't feel like others were on top of us. We had easy walking distance to Jackson Lake, the visitor center, places to eat and a grocery/gift shop. I'd love to come back some day.
My wife and I greatly enjoyed our 3 night stay at this park. Our back-in site was lovely and the grass nice and green. We caught up on our laundry at their clean laundry mat. Very close to Yellowstone and we walked nightly through parts of the town of West Yellowstone with our dogs. Very nice stay all around.
This is a great place to stay. The owner and staff were very friendly and helpful. Our site had full hook ups and nice green grass. The view from our site out towards North Yellowstone and the Yellowstone River was awesome. They are very pet friendly. The pet area was fenced in with grass such as you'd find on a golf course. If we are fortunate enough to come back to Yellowstone some day we'd stay here again.
We stayed overnight on our way to Yellowstone. We had a full hook up site with 50 amp electric. Everything worked well. The staff was friendly and the campground clean. The little town of Red Lodge was enjoyable to visit. This place met our needs and we were very satisfied.
[The campground is adjacent to Devils Tower and the view of Devils Tower from the campground is awesome. We stayed 2 nights. We had a full hook up site and everything worked fine. It was non-shaded but fortunately the weather was nice. As we walked are dogs around the campground the place really grew on us. It has something for everyone. Great tent sites, nicely located cabins and there were nicely shaded RV sites. My major disappointment, which may sound minor to some, is they didn't show the movie "Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind" outside as expected but showed it in a dining room ill-suited for movie viewing instead. Not nearly the cool atmosphere I and many other viewers were expecting. The staff member welcoming us to the camp explained they quit showing the movie outside because it was ending too late for some of their viewers. Instead it started at 5 PM in the dining room. Several viewers the night I was there also expressed disappointment.
We stayed 4 nights and absolutely loved it. Beautiful campground with great views. It is organized into separate sections so you can choose just about any environ you'd like. It is centrally located to the major attractions in the area. It is a bit pricey but we would stay there again.
This is a very nice campground within beautiful Niobrara State Park. The sites have electrical only, but water is available and the dump station is well setup. Some sites have shade, but most are sunny although small trees dot the grassy campground making for a nice feel. The park itself is a nice place to drive around in and there are several hiking trails. One trail includes going across the Niobrara River on an old, unused railroad bridge. We took lots of pictures. The staff is very friendly and the park well maintained. We'd come back if ever in the area again.
We used Waubonsie as an overnight stop. We did not have reservations but the park ranger was very helpful in helping us locate a suitable spot for our motorhome. The campground presents a pretty little park setting and we enjoyed walking around with our dogs. Arriving here was at the end of a long drive and meeting the friendly park ranger really provided a lift. We would stay again if ever passing through the area.
Campground is ideally located to the several sections of the Ozark National Scenic Riverway. Water levels were usually low but we still had a good time and saw some neat sights. Our campsite had full hookups including 50 amp electricity. The campground is quite dusty but obviously very popular. We appreciated the nice, clean laundry room.
We were in a lovely campsite on the shore of Lake Nolin. All campsites are well-sited and are certainly well maintained. Mammoth Caves are less than 30 min away. We greatly enjoyed the stay would stay there again. This is a Corps of Engineers campground. Our rate reflects the inter-agency senior pass discount.
This is a beautiful park and we had a great stay. I was tempted to give it a 10 but the campsites do not have 50 amp (which we usually use) or sewer hookups. However we used the 30 amp with no problems and well maintained dump stations are nearby. We stayed at the west rim campground in a very peaceful and quiet setting curtained by beautiful trees. We walked the campground and didn't see one poorly located campsite. The east rim campground is more like a park setting but also lovely. We would be happy at either one. The hiking and views of the gorge were equally breathtaking in their own way! Looking forward to going back.
We stayed overnight and really liked the place. Full hook ups, plenty of space, and lovely green grass views of the golf course. It also has a rustic feel and is very peaceful. If the opportunity arises we will stay again when looking for an overnighter in this area.
We selected this campground because it is close to Legoland. We had a very nice stay with two grandchildren. RV spaces are roomy, no problem with full hook-ups. We enjoyed their well maintained, large pool and free mini-golf course. Staff was very friendly and constantly working to maintain the park. Price reflects two children over 6 and Good Sam discount.
Just 4.5 mile North of St. Augustine and nestled between the North River and A1A (with the Atlantic Ocean right across the A1A) these sites offers beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The RV sites are secluded and shaded. The staff is very friendly. On the beach, across the street from the campground is a nice restaurant and bar, and on the other side of the campground, right on the river is casual dining and bar service. All of the "comforts" of home. Our two small dogs enjoyed their first encounter with the ocean surf. The resort is very nice and I enjoyed it, but I do think it is a little pricey. My wife is looking forward to coming back with the grandkids. I'm looking forward to simply coming back!
My wife, myself and two small dogs stayed here for four nights and had a great time. The resort is large, green, active and fun. We were in a shady area but there were sunshine sights available also. The park is well maintained and the staff helpful and friendly. They have a large artesian well flowing in the middle of a swim area that empties into the nearby Wekiva River. Quite impressive! They also have a separate swimming pool. They have reasonable rates for kayak and canoe rentals. We fully enjoyed our stay and intend to go back with our grand kids.
We stayed here for two nights through our TT membership as a waystop to our actual destination. We were pleasantly surprised at the beauty and quality of the grounds and the friendliness of the staff. Very pleasant RV spots surrounded by trees, green grass and ponds/canal. Residents are a combination of short-stay and long-stay RVers who were all very friendly. We intend to come back for a longer stay.
My wife, two dogs, and myself had a fantastic stay of seven all-too-short days at Lowkey Hideaway. Being able to drive into the RV site and look out of the water (and the sunsets) through the large windshield was cool. The sites are a little close to each other but the area in front area of the RV more than makes up for it. The front area consists of green grass, nicely tended plants, for our site, a nice deck area with chairs and a lounge that made the site feel spacious. The owner are very friendly and helpful (also veteran RVers). Being newbies we asked lots of RVing questions each evening at the Tiki Bar, and they gave us a lot of good information. They are also quite the entertainers. We will definitely go back. Seems like I've forgotten something. Oh yes, the town of Ceder Key was a treat as well!