This was the first time we stayed here. Mixed reviews had us wondering what we would find when we arrived. We were pleasantly surprised. The site we were in and the sites near us and as we walked through, appeared to be fairly level and we wouldn't have found a problem setting up in them. Our site was a pull-through and we did have to go around the campground loop to get out, even though our site was near the exit. It was a little tight getting out of here without going around. There seemed to be quite a few seasonals not far from our site, but the sites were well kept and quiet. We'd definitely stay here again.
We got a little turned around about directions to the campground from their website as we were coming from the north instead of the south. Once we figured that out, it was easy to get to. The parking lot to check in is on a large hill, so if it was busy, you might have trouble maneuvering. We got there about the time the cavern tours were closing, so not too bad. Check in easy, they escort you to your site. Bath areas clean and modern. A nice play area for the kids. Although the campground is pet friendly, had a difficult time for a place to walk the dog as there are lots of rock walls and hills climbing around for her "spot". We would definitely stay here again, and maybe next time not just passing through, so we could have time to take the Caverns tour.
Although this was several miles off the interstate, it is in a pretty setting on a river. Keep an eye out for branches as you are driving down the main roads to the campground. The campground itself had no such problem, though. Most of the sites seemed to be fairly level, a mix of back in and pull through. A lot of the sites had unique touches, like built in benches, wooden decks and one had a canvas lawn swing, so it added some quaintness. We did not use the restaurant, but they do offer a couple of full-meal specials. We would stay here again and would recommend to friends. The only reason we are rating at an 8 is distance from the interstate.
Friendly helpful staff. The manager came down to check on us after we had a chance to set up and make sure everything was OK. The Wi-Fi is free but does not cover the whole campground, so if this is important, you need to go to the office with your laptop or ask for a site close to the office. Cable TV was free and worked. Water pressure was up and down, so made showering and rinsing dishes frustrating. No ATM available at this campground. Some highway noises could be heard in the distance. We would stay here again.
Very friendly check in, a packet of local things to do and see provided. There was a problem with sewer gases, so couldn't run our roof vents and our neighbor had problems with dumping his tanks as the system seemed to slow and pause. The sites are about a 90 percent sand mix with black dirt, so this is tracked in easily, especially when it's damp outside. Although this was a little pricey, we would stay here again as it is so convenient to the sights.
Website directions have you getting off I-95 exit 131A to access campground. This is fine, although a sharp left, almost U turn into campground off of US Hwy 1. This campground address did not come up on our GPS so I used 1819 4th St, Fort Pierce and found it no trouble. If you access campground from the north off US Hwy 1, it would be an easy right turn. Large gravel common area and all sites back-in gravel and level with a brick patio area. No cable, poor Wi-Fi, especially at night, plenty of lighting in campground. Some street noises and trains noises if your windows are open. Some stores and restaurants within walking distance. We would stay here again.
Level sites, although a little close, allowed plenty of room for both slides and move around without feeling you were encroaching on your neighbors. Paved level roads, no hills. Some restrictions apply to certain pets (dogs) so you might want to call ahead. Full hookups available at all sites, cable and Wi-Fi are included with no additional charge as may be at other KOA's. There were some traffic noises from Hwy 301 and evening train noises until around bedtime, although have to see what 5 am brings.
Overall, this was not a bad stay. There are a few long term campers that have too much stuff on their sites, but the campground was clean and the staff was attentive. Caution if you are approaching the campground from the north off of Exit 187 from I-75 as a sharp left turn in to the campground had us detaching our towed car on a blind hill since we couldn't make the turn. Later we were advised to get off at Exit 186, cross the overpass of I-75 then head north on Walnut and an easy right turn into the campground. The sites are close, but we had plenty of room for both slides. The pull thru was deep enough to not worry about the towed car too close to the road. Full hook-up W/E/S is $1.80 more per night than just W/E and they charge $2.00 extra for cable. Wi-Fi is included for 30 minutes, extra if you need it for longer periods. We would stay here again.
Used the online map on this campgrounds website to find them as our Garmin GPS had us going an hour north east of where this KOA is located. About when you think you reach the turn-off for this, be ready to turn or you will be doing a U-turn in a gravel lot that is very uneven and lower than the paved highway. Once you get to the campground, it was very nice, easy check-in, quick WI-FI, but very few cable TV channels. Sites are a little close but this time of year was fairly quiet. Definitely stop here again as it is a great overnight.
This is a little over 2 miles west of I-495, so fairly easy access. Clean, shaded sites with large pines. Large rig access, although the roads are a little narrow. Sites are fairly large, fire pit, picnic tables and full hookups, including cable and unlimited wifi. Would be about 40-50 minute drive to the Boston attractions. After a day out and about, this would be a good place to wind down. Definitely stay here again.
This is about 6 miles west of I-81, not a bad jaunt, but without GPS might have a little trouble finding. Second traffic light take a left and you feel like you are driving down a narrow residential street toward a dead-end. Don't lose hope, the campground is at the end of this street. It was clean and well landscaped. Sites were a little close, but room for awnings and slide-outs. Full hookups, but no cable. Wifi accessible free for 15 minutes, then charged about $2.95 per day. Instructions for logging in are for PC users, I had a Mac and couldn't get logged in. I'm rating this an 8 as for the price, cable and wifi should have been available. We would stay here again.
This is an easy off I-81 North, less than 1/2 mile from the exit, easy back on and there's even a gas station right on your way back to the interstate on the right side and big rig accessible. Things only get better from there. Almost all the sites appeared to be pull through, clean sites, no fire rings, some trees for shade, sites were fairly large, although not too private. Full hookups, wifi, cable, clean, heated pool, well stocked camp store including RV supplies. Definitely stay here again.
I really hate to give a bad review for any campground, but this really rates it. It's too bad as it's right next door to a picturesque Riverview Inn and the beautiful Delaware River. This is the worst we have ever stayed at. Very friendly at registration, cable and wifi and that's about all you can say. The lawns were trimmed where there were no long term campers, but the area where you park was grimy looking if that is possible-just unclean. No gravel or cement pads and the ground just looked like oils and grime had been built up over the years, The sewer hookup was full to the top, so we couldn't even hook up the hose. Highway traffic noise was so loud at times, it felt that the truckers would come right through the campground. Not good, just not good all around and we'd never stay here again.
Large campground with several pull through and back in gravel sites available. Sites were fairly level. Caution when entering park if you are towing as we did hit the hitch and caused some damage. The entry is at a steep angle with the highway coming in. Park was quiet even though sites are somewhat close. There is a large section of seasonal sites, but didn't affect our stay here of 5 nights that included a weekend. It is in the flight path of KCI airport, but we weren't in the park during the day and little flights during night didn't cause concern. Large camp store that also has on site take out pizza prepared to order. Playground, pools etc, were not open as this was off season. Would definitely stay here again.
Large paved back in sites. 30 amp electric, no water or sewer hookups. Can make online reservation at their website or find an available site by tags on post. If it's not reserved, there will be a tag on post showing how many days available. Camp host comes around and will register you. Playground, boat launch, swim areas and dump station available. Water is available but not on sites. Clean, quiet, with beautiful views of the Truman reservoir. Town is within 7 miles and a visitor center that is worth the stop. Clean, free showers with plenty of hot water. Would stay here again.
We stayed here one night on trip north, then again a one night stay on our trip back home. Somewhat difficult to find if you are using a GPS. Followed signs and arrived at our destination no problem. Signs at RV Park say to tune to a radio channel for instructions, but don't bother. If you have reservations, I would call the office as you enter park grounds and they will tell you where to park. If you have no reservation, take any site that doesn't have a traffic cone on it. Hook up, go to the office and register. Very clean grounds. We were there on a Monday night and on a Friday night and it was very quiet both times. Food in restaurant was excellent. Definitely stay again.