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07/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a nice park but targeted for motorcyclists. They have one large cabin and 39 RV/tent sites but are expanding. Only one site currently works for satellite access but Verizon cell/internet is excellent. We have one of the five pull-through sites and it works well for our 60' long rig with room to spare. All the roads are paved. There is a gift shop and bar/restaurant at the front of the property. In the summer there are events every day (car shows, music, lobster fests, etc). We would definitely come again.
07/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Our rate is based on a week long stay and W/E only. No swimming pool but really nice lake to swim in (no pet area designation). We loved our site, long enough for our 60' rig, faced into the woods which gave us a lot of privacy. Gorgeous park, extremely well maintained. Large and well spread out with seasonals in one area. Had good Verizon cell/air card access as well as satellite reception on our dish. Perfect location for riding Vermont roads on our motorcycles. We'll be back for sure!
07/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Rate is based on a weekly stay. We loved this campground and the owners. Nice long pull-through, perfect for our 60' long rig. Only reason it's not a ten is no cell/air card (Verizon) and the Wi-Fi was only up in the office area. We would definitely stay again...we rode our motorcycles every day, great area for riding, just south of the Adirondacks.
07/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Our rate was based on stay of eight nights. We stayed over July 4th weekend. Level site, plenty long for our 60' rig and wide due to trees separating our site (not all sites as wide). The site we had allowed us to get our satellite dish aimed but we had very little Verizon access for our phones or internet (air card). The only downside for us was the dust...being a holiday weekend, the park was packed...with ATVers and the amount of dust from them was staggering. Would have been nice to have the road watered daily to help out. Would have been a nine rating then. Great location for exploring the area...we ride motorcycles and we never lacked for good riding.
04/2011
rating [ 3/10 ]
We have stayed at this park a few times in the past three years. Each time the park was in good repair, the staff friendly and our stay was pleasant. The manager even suggested that we call instead of using the on-line registration so we could get the best site for our large rig. All facilities were neat, clean and functioning. Unfortunately, we had a recent bad experience with the manager/owner during our last visit. Make SURE you follow their rules regarding exiting the park. Berating and foul, offensive language is not warranted for rule infractions. It's too bad this one event will prevent us from using this park again. We reported this incident to KOA corporate.
03/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed at the weekly rate with the Escapees discount using a personal check. This is resident owned 55+ park, but there are maybe a dozen RV sites at the back. The residents have all been very friendly and we have a long back-in site that works quite well with our toy hauler. No problem with our motorcycles, the workampers even have one. Those workampers checked us in and made sure we had everything we needed. Very convenient, just off US 1 on the edge of Vero Beach. We'd stay here again.
03/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We spent eight nights here during Daytona's Bike Week. Lots of riders in the park but no wild partying. Other than a little interstate noise, it was quiet. We were parked across from the lake and loved watching the herons and cranes. Staff was very helpful and the only downside was being a bit far away from any stores and restaurants: which sometimes is a good thing.
03/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
We spent two months here (rate is based upon monthly rate). We loved the convenient location, the very friendly and helpful staff, the facilities and activities. The restaurant is only open two nights for all-you-can-eat dinners, but there are also ice cream socials and a hot dog/burger night at the Pavilion. We tried them all, enjoyable! We will be back.
12/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here at a special monthly rate for Dec 2010 only. The park is under new management and they are working hard to bring things up to snuff. VERY helpful and friendly as were all the residents we met. No complaints, will definitely come back to visit. I expect in another couple of years this will be a full park in the winter, even though it's a little out of the way. We prefer that, not minding riding into LaBelle or Clewiston for shopping/dining. Even Ft Myers is only a little over an hour away.
11/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
The rate is based upon a month long stay, less the charge for electric. There are brand new owners and they are working hard to make this a great campground. The sites are level, we easily fit our 60' rig in one spot. Motorcycle and pet friendly, the owners went out of the way to help us out in any way, even storing packages for us when we were gone a couple of days. The only reason it's not a 10 is the standing water with heavy rains...and they are working on that. We plan visit again next year!
07/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Our rate reflects staying for a week. We love this park and the owners. Close to Butte which was convenient for us since we were here for the National Folk Festival. Site was fairly level, power was good and the owners went out of their way to help us out. Run by a husband and wife, they are always on site and willing to help. They hand delivered our mail to us! We will definitely stay here again!
07/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is our second stay here, we love this campground. (The rate reflects our membership.) Lots of room, fabulous workampers and owners, great overall facilities and activities. Lots of great day trips from here: Great Falls, Bozeman, Helena as well as local things to see. Our only issue is that some of the sites are not as level as they could be.
08/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
If you want to sightsee the Badlands and Wall Drug, then this is a great stop. Nice open, level sites with good power for A/C (needed this time of year). It's an easy walk into town to visit Wall Drug and check out the local stores. We would stay here again.
08/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
A bit off the interstate but well worth it. Fairly new, small campground with very friendly and helpful owners. We are almost 60' long and they had a site big enough for us with room left over. Site we had was very level. If you need satellite, call and reserve an open site, otherwise you may end up in the shade (which is good in it's own right). We would definitely stay here again!
08/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Right off the interstate but it was so hot that with the A/C running, we didn't hear a thing. Lots of long pull-throughs. Very level. Very nice staff. We would stay here again.
04/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
Nice friendly staff, very helpful on local sites etc.
05/2010
rating [ 6/10 ]
50 amps sites #s N113 to N122 were located in the upper part of the campground. This area was quite muddy after snow melt and rain, just not quite enough gravel. The road leading to this area was almost impassable after the rain as well, we slipped a lot going up the hill. Sites N10 to N122 are facing the wrong direction for 5th wheel and trailers, you have to back up on your blind side.
01/2009
rating [ 2/10 ]
Roads were very poor, muddy, ruts and narrow. Electric post was in 6 inches of water, no breakers at the box, outlet was cover by a piece of rug. The electricity shut off frequently. Water outlet did not have any back flow device and was also in a puddle of water. Wi-Fi was so weak we didn't use it. The park is generally in very poor appearance. Will not use again nor recommend to anyone
08/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
What a great little park in a typical small Montana town. Found several good restaurants, even did a Pizza & a Movie at Stageline Pizza on the weekend. Lots to do in the area if you talk to office staff, they were very helpful and friendly. Owners really seem to care and if you are interested in RPI or C2C, you can join here...NO pressure. Loved the ice cream social and even had the local Hutterites come out with fresh produce. Will definitely be back!
07/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Okay park for an overnight or two...staff not overly helpful or friendly. Only stayed to attend the 70th National Music Festival in Butte over the weekend, otherwise wouldn't go out of my way to stay again. Nothing bad, just nothing worth noting.
07/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
Have stayed twice now...one in my motorhome and once in a friend's fifth wheel. For a tiny park, this one is perfect. Although close to the highway, the noise seemed muffled. Cute little town for drinks & a meal. Owners goes way out of their way to accommodate the travelers. Plan to visit again soon!
07/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
We really enjoyed our stay here...we planned to visit Yellowstone for the next two days and this was a perfect spot to do it from. The campground was neat and clean, staff helpful, used the Passport America rate. No cell or wi-fi but that was okay since we were there for Yellowstone anyway. Enjoyed the bar/restaurant on Friday night. Neat place, would stay again.
05/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is one of my favorite parks thus far: small, quiet, enough trees to help shade but not block my satellite dome (except in the W&E only which I opted out of. Would have been fine with a movable manual dish. The trees were tall and behind the sites, blocking the view to the south). The park is kept spotless. The owners are tireless and extremely helpful. Nice sized sites, mostly back-ins (the pull-throughs are actually back-to-back dual back-in sites, but if you are the first, you can pull through). The restrooms are private with a keyless code lock on the outside. The laundry facility was wonderful. I plan to visit again. Will stay a month next time, rather than just a week.
05/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
I love this little park. I spent a week here and over the weekend had 30 friends arrive who stayed in the motel section (plus 2 other RVs). Great for small group gatherings like that. BBQ area, inside pool, gorgeous gas firepit for the evening gathering. There is a wide variety of sites from very wide back-ins, to nice pull-throughs, to deluxe wide pull-throughs. The staff is wonderful. I was able to receive mail and packages while here (always a plus for a full-timer). There is MUCH to see in the area. The little town of Williams is a kick (yeah, on Route 66). I plan to come back. The only reason I rated it a 9 instead of a 10 is the lack of restrooms, showers & laundry -- and they are working on those.
05/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
NOTE: Rate reflected is extra days at the end of a 4 day rally here. LOVE this park. The staff goes way above and beyond to help you in any way they can. Clean, neat and even walking distance to town (if you like to walk). Guess the only downside is the trains, but they never bother me, and it's part of the allure of the area. Would definitely stay here again!
05/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
I shouldn't complain about free (I dry camped in the spillover dirt parking lot), but there were dogs running loose, dogs barking in locked RVs, kids screaming and running wild without parental supervision. Fine for an overnight but wouldn't want to do more than that. NOTE: The system required I put in a nightly rate so I used $1.
04/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
I can't find much to fault with this park. I stayed two nights when I needed to have some service work done by Camping World. Very nice sites, loved having a table & chairs all set up. I didn't use any of the amenities but was glad I was there when the park was slower than what I suspect it is during the winter season.
04/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
I came for a night or two, stayed for a week and would have stayed longer if I hadn't had prior commitments. The rate is with the Passport America discount. What a wonderful park. Has great staff, lots of amenities, a wonderful laundry room, HUGE sites. I put up bird feeders on the tree beside my RV as there is a wonderful variety of birds in the area. Not crowded this time of year and the weather was wonderful!
04/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Small park just off I-10. Limited access due to I-10 construction. A lot of seasonal folks but well kept park. Good laundry facility, nice clubhouse and pool. Management and staff are wonderful: very helpful and cooperative. Biggest downside is the construction just to the rear which increases the dust two-fold.
10/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Sites vary from gravel to grass, level to unlevel. Great area for taking nature walks. Quiet park, great staff, clean facilities. Spent two nights.
11/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
Perfect out of the way, but convenient to Branson park. Friendly staff & campers, lots of activities for a small park. Spent Thanksgiving there. Nice level lots, plenty of room to walk & enjoy the river.
01/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Using Passport America I paid $12.50 for one night. Fairly level sites, friendly staff, great views. Only downside is the train track across the street. Will come back again when I have time to visit Marathon and Big Bend.
01/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
I spent a month here, and will visit again. Clean facilities with friendly owners, workampers and campers. There is a mix of seasonal & permanent campers but the park is very clean and sites are closely monitored. Quiet, moderate price and convenient to San Antonio, San Marcos, Austin.
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