This is a very well run, no-frills park good for stopovers or long term stays. All sites are level and have long, wide concrete pads and they are easy to get in and out of. There is a lot of room between sites. This is basically an adult park. No pool or playgrounds (which I'm fine with). Most longer residents are transient workers, but unlike many parks who cater to people like that, there are no trashy sites. This park doesn't tolerate anything low end and I saw no old or rundown Rv's and all guests I met seemed to come from the “higher end of the food chain”. I stayed here a month and never heard any loud music or parties from fellow guests. Unfortunately, you will hear the church next door most nights for a few hours. They play their music very loud inside and the base will cut through your camper like a knife. I spoke with the minister about it, but no changes were made (typical). So prepare to have to listen to a steady thump, thump, thump inside your unit for a few hours most nights (especially if you are on the north end of the park). Nothing to do in the immediate area and you will have to make at least a 6 mile drive into Albany to shop or get a bite to eat or have a drink. Military retirees will find the local USMC base convenient for groceries and exchange privileges (the area is dry on Sundays, but you can buy alcohol on base on Sunday). Cable and WI-FI were good and optional hard wired internet through the local cable company was dirt cheap (I paid 9.95 for a month). There is a LARGE field behind the park that is great for walking your dog. Overall, a good solid, clean and well run outfit suitable for adults. Kids will be bored here. My first choice from now on when in the area. My $14 nightly rate is based on the monthly fee of $425.
Quiet, clean and VERY open RV park. Very wooded area. Some road noise up front, but that doesn't bother me. Nothing for the kids to do (which was fine for me because I prefer adults). The cable and Wi-Fi were excellent! On the down side - there is NOTHING to do within at least 10 miles of this park. It's out in the country for sure. If you like to sit down and have a beer at a bar or restaurant on occasion this place isn't good for you. Good monthly rates and about 10 miles from downtown Savannah. Great park except for the lack of anything to do in the area. By the way - there are two laundry rooms despite what a previous reviewer said.
Tybee Island is like a little Key West. Laid back and beautiful with a lot of cool Jimmy Buffett type bars. Be sure to try Huc-a-Poos, which is about 1/4 mile from the park. The park is beautiful with lots of oak trees and hanging Spanish moss. Some of the sites are incredibly tight and at odd angles. I had another RV within 3 feet of me (no kidding). There are two large city fenced dog parks right next to the campground. Awesome place for dogs! The cable was excellent. The Wi-Fi was problematic. The signal was often weak and it dropped a lot. If you need reliable Wi-Fi you'd better stay close to the office and then be prepared for it to be very slow at peak times. This ranks with some of the worst Wi-Fi I've ever experienced, but it's fine for the casual user. Monthly rates are around $600 plus electric when offered in the winter. They go to weekly only in the busier season and then the rates go absolutely nuts. Overall I love this park. The location and facility is gorgeous and the staff is nice. Except for the tightness and weird setup of some sites and the problematic Wi-Fi this place is a gem and I recommend it.
This is a top-notch, quality run operation in every sense of the word. Beautiful, well-kept facilities and a wonderful, professional staff. All sites are fully concrete, 100% level and (unfortunately) a little tight. Landscaping includes palm trees and beautiful flowers. This is a gorgeous RV park. Now the bad part. They censor the internet. This is a first in my extensive RV experience. They have instituted controls on their Wi-Fi to block sites that “they” deem inappropriate, but don't mention this when you check in. I really don't like anyone telling me what I can and cannot look at (especially since I'm paying for it). Management seriously needs to reconsider this poorly conceived, un-American policy. Also, even though the signal was strong, my connection dropped all the time for some reason. Although the park itself is beautiful, the location is just OK. Not bad by any means, but there are a lot of bums along the main street where the park is located. I imagine this is due to the closeness of the VA hospital. Overall, this is a lovely, well-run park and I highly recommend it in spite of my disdain for the censorship issue.
I have camped at many parks in my time, but this one is simply one of the best. Wonderfully laid out park with super easy access and level grades. The Wi-Fi was superior the whole time and the staff was wonderful. Quiet and peaceful at night (although you will hear the local drag strip on Saturday nights. Which I though was rather cool. A Civil War regiment actually stayed here in 1863 and there is a historical marker to prove that. Overall opinion is SUPERIOR. Stay here if in the Chattanooga area are you won't be sorry.
I have stayed here several times. A very nice, well run KOA that is perfect for the Cleveland/Akron area. Great staff and the local area offers anything you'll need. However, I have heard numerous complaints from long-time customers that they are constantly jacking their prices. A good, convenient place not far off I-80. Go for it!
Big, well manicured KOA. One of the biggest I've seen. The pool is HUGE and looks nice. They have put a ton of money into this place. Only stayed one night and didn't get out much, but it was a super place to stay. Not far off the interstate and no road noise. Really top-notch establishment!
I've been around the country for years, and there are only about three KOA "gems" that I'd highly recommend (Streetsboro, OH, one in VA that I can't remember the name of, and this place). Junction KOA is a lovely, out-of-the-way stop over that is just wonderful. HUGE spaces between sites (biggest I've ever seen) and the park sits right by a scenic river. Although I didn't explore the area: it looked promising. The only reason I don't give this place a 10 is my standard complaint with KOA (price). Stay here!
For the Bay area, a good RV park. It is RIGHT next to US-101 (a major highway) and the road noise is constant. But a little jak-braking and honking, so it was actually pleasant "white noise" for me. However, be aware that you WILL hear the interstate! The staff was friendly and wonderful. The town is very nice. Although the sites have decent room between them, most of them are back-ins and quite challenging. The Wi-Fi service they offer is through one of those third part contractor deals and it totally dissapointed. The reception was spotty and slow and tech support made you feel like you were dealing with amateurs. A good alternative, however, is to get internet through the company that supplies the free cable. Once I hooked up with them, my internet was fantastic. A clean park that is mostly ashphalt, and good scenery with a nice staff. I think for the Bay area, you won't do much better if you are OK with the drive.
This little RV park is clean and situated in a lovely setting adjacent to a small, country airport. I've read that it's used mostly for gliders, but I saw no planes land or take off while I was there. WiFi is offered, but at the outrageous rate of $11 per day. Great scenery in a quiet setting, but the lack of free WiFi, cable and sewer detracted from my overall experience and caused me to rate them only a 7. However, the rate was quite decent, so I'd recommend this place in spite of the aforementioned shortcomings if you're willing to part with amenities in exchange for a good deal.
Every once in a while something bad turns into something good. That was the case in my experience with this park. I had originally stopped at the Williams/Circle Pines KOA, but asked for a refund after their WiFi wasn't working well. Traveling just a bit further down the road, I happened upon this gem and was very glad that I changed. This park suited my needs perfectly. Big, open sites; good hookups; great scenery; friendly staff; interesting little town, etc. Plus, the rate was $13 cheaper than the KOA. As a bonus, it's only a 50 mile shot straight up an open, freshly paved highway right into Grand Canyon National Park. I have rarely (if ever) given a rating as high as a 9, but this park delivers in spades and receives my strong recommendation. Stay there.
Another clean, well run KOA whose only real fault is that they are tremendously overpriced for what they deliver. I just don't get it. $42 for a piece of gravel and a few hookups? I guess I'm jaded because I could get a decent hotel room for that price and it disappoints me that I bring a $35K RV with me and I still have to basically pay the price that a room would cost. Friendly staff, nice area and everything worked (except bring a long cable line with you because you might have to run it from the opposite side of your RV like I did). I've seen a lot of nice comments about funny rule statements and free cookies (true), however - I'd much prefer they saved the fluff and lowered their prices to something that is reasonable. Although it is clean and well run, I'd probably look around for something a bit cheaper the next time I'm in the area. KOA is slowly losing this long-time customer to overpricing.
A clean, well kept park convenient to I-40 (about 2 miles off the interstate). Good hookups and level sites. The cable reception wasn't very clear, but the WiFi was good. They have a well-stocked and classy little convenience store on site. Although the park is located in an acceptable area (near an open field), you will drive by numerous XXX establishments on your way there. However, don't get the impression that it's an inner city setting, because it's not like that at all. Be prepared for wind! I give it a 7 instead of an 8 because it is overpriced compared to similarly good KOA's that I've seen.
A well kept, nicely manicured park that suited my needs perfectly for the night. Level, pull through sites and good hookups (including great cable and WiFi) are all I need, and this park gave me that. The park was a breeze to get to and it was not far from the Interstate. However, it was far enough to alleviate any road noise (a great combination and a geographic rarity among RV parks). Limited entertainment for the kiddies, if you have them (just a pool and a small play area), but I personally don't expect an RV park to entertain me. I just want good facilities and peace and quite. Attentive and friendly staff are always a plus, and this park came through in that regard also. A give this park a good, solid 8 only because I reserve 9's and 10's for those parks with scenic beauty. I rate parks fairly tough, but this one gets my thumbs up.
A shamefully neglected park that will do for a cheap stop over in a pinch. Tremendous road noise required me to keep the A/C fan on all night (and I could still hear it). I was, however, pleasantly surprised that they offered free wireless internet. You can use the pool of the hotel next door, who apparently own this park. They really could have used a sign that said check in at the hotel because another guest and I walked clear around the old KOA building expecting an entrance when there was none.
Quite frankly, I wasn't impressed. If you are looking for scenery or ambiance, go elsewhere. If you don't mind a quick stop at a convenient place that has its share of run down permanents, this will foot the bill. Although the sites had decent room between them, the overall feel of the park is that of overcrowding. A friendly staff - but they failed to take any action to stop 5 rude people who had set up a VERY loud sound system that was way beyond acceptable in volume. The park is right off the interstate and is convenient. Not horrible, but certainly not worthy of all the good reviews I've read here. I've seen gems and I've seen dumps. This park is somewhere in the middle.
A unique and quaint park that is situated in the middle of a small, all-American Ohio town. Friendly staff and well maintained facilities, although I didn't check out the bathroom, etc, were apparent. A lovely little park with lots of trees. My only beef? The WiFi was very slow even though I was told I was being put in one of their best locations by the antenna. I'd stay here again.
I stayed here for a month. The park is beautiful and the community is really cool. On the downside, the layout isn't that great and the sites were really tight with big oaks overhanging most sites. (I don't care for big tree limbs over me during a storm.) Getting to Tybee is actually rather tough as well. (I had to drive through downtown Savannah.) I understand it's totally booked in the summer. However, I'd definitely recommend it as a place to stay in the off-season. The City of Tybee Island has now bought this park and runs it.
I'm sorry to say this park is not very good. Maintenance is very bad and some water and cable lines are actually running from site to site on top of the ground. There are also quite a number of permanent residents who have constructed ad-hoc additions onto their RVs in an unprofessional manner. Many RVs haven't been moved in years and the place has an overall rundown appearance. I had intended to stay for a month before I got there, but left after just two days. The surrounding community is likewise not what I had hoped it would be.
Nice people. Well kept campground surrounded by beautiful mountains. Not much to do at the park though and the road noise from the interstate borders on intolerable (forget about enjoying yourself outside by the camp fire).
A well manicured, beautiful park that has great facilities. It also has campers on top of each other and kids running all over the place with electric scooters, etc. A very nice place if you don't mind kids and crowds. Sterile and lacking in character in my personal opinion though. Just not my cup-a-tea.