EZ on and off interstate, EZ maneuverability in CG for big rigs, long, level, grassy sites, no trees, $2 for 50 amps. WiFi signal was strong but I couldn't get on with three different devices: iPad, iPhone or laptop. The office sent someone right out who said he could get on with his iPad. So too bad. The system probably needed to be reset but that was too complicated for him and we were only there over nite, so I didn't pursue it. I do wish CGs wouldn't think their customers are always the problem and not their systems. Bad WiFi is a consistent complaint for the CG on park reviews. All the restaurants are 4 miles north on I-75. No trash containers convenient to "new" area of the park on exit. Might stay here again although there are other choices in the area.
Pleasant campground with long, level, gravel sites, ample grassed space between sites, two sewer hookups, EZ for big rigs, moderate Wi-Fi. Free popcorn during checkin was appreciated. Some train noise, but no road noise.
No trees, no rocks, no fire ring, no table, and no frills. Clean, convenient, EZ for big rigs, EZ on and off interstate, gravel level sites, reasonably priced, and limping WiFi. Next to not-so awesome flea market and near Zappos shoe outlet, Louisville, Patton Museum, and Fort Knox. Lady who answers the phone is hard of hearing, so be patient. Would stay again.
We stayed here in a caravan as a jumping off point for the train to Churchill to see the polar bears so I don't know how much it costs. The owners are incredibly helpful and will take care of your pets and take you to the train or airport, There may be water and sewer in the summer but in Oct we were only able to dump and fill our tanks before or after leaving sites. It's near the Burntwood River so in the summer, it's probably a good spot. Just wanted to alert RVers that there was a CG in Thompson besides the provincial park. Admin note: No sewer at site and only 2 water hookups. Open May-Oct.
Very nice and quiet. If it's crowded, a big rig might have a problem getting into some sites while negotiating trees but in the fall it is a lovely place and no problem. The water was turned off and the dump closed (Oct 10) but 50 amps was available. Nice prairie walking path nearby. Big fire rings and picnic table. No WiFi and AT&T very weak. RV campgrounds in Fargo, ND were limited so this was a good alternative traveling east. Would stay again.
The CG in the Peace Garden is on the American side. It is heavily treed but no problem for big rigs. The sites are ample, private and somewhat level. If it rains, it is a little muddy. The Peace Garden is very serene and quite lovely. The conservatory houses a snack bar, gift shop and wonderful cacti garden. If you can get with a tour guide, it is worth it. There is also a Wardens Museum that is quite interesting. Other than enjoying the garden, everything else is 15 miles away north or south and you will need your passport once you leave. 30 amps and water, and an easily accessible dump station on exit. This is a remote area so unless you're going into Manitoba, I'm not sure why you would be this far north except to come to the garden. Easy, uncrowded border crossing.
This campground is not listed in Woodalls or Good Sam books and was only found at RV park reviews! It's a little way off the beaten path as it's south of Menominie and about 3 to 4 miles out of town. But in the middle of Oct it was one of the few campgrounds open with water. It's designed in a circle with the sides being treed and the center being open for satellite reception. Our site was long and level, but not all of them are level. Typical space between sites with a fire ring and table. Wi-Fi ok. Able to get around easily in 45’ motorhome, but in the peak of the summer some of the turns could be interesting. In the summer, they rent canoes and tubes and the town is a nice college town so if you have a few days it could be an enjoyable stop. For an overnite, it's a little far off I94, but it is quite except for the rooster. Hey, he does what roosters do!
Getting into the campground is no problem for a big rig, but there are a lot of trees and we had to pull almost to the end to get satellite. This put us monumentally far from the water/electric/sewer as the site was long. We had enough cord and hose, but the sewer - no way. The owner volunteered to come by and dump us or move us, but we liked the site. Very nice. We just backed up to the sewer when we left so no problem. Only a couple of miles from shopping. Pleasant campground with quite a few long termers, probably because of the oil related boom, but it's orderly. Wi-Fi ok. Would stay here again.
EZ access to long, level, gravel sites with some grass in between. Nothing fancy- typical campground with a child size picnic table. The WES configuration is different as they are located at the very end of the site. There is a second clean out near the other end. Unless you park at the very rear of the site, almost in the road, you'll have to drag out the long version of sewer, electric or hose. Fifth wheels may be better positioned. Wi-Fi terrible and we were close to the office. If you arrive from the north, be aware of the truck route otherwise you will encounter a bridge with an 11'5" clearance. Arriving from I94 does not present the problem. Super Walmart across the street and easy access to town. Miles City Saddlery on Main St is a great Western store and the Montana Bar and Steakhouse has original furnishings brought in by steamboat in the 1800s. Would stay here again.
We had a great, level, gravel site at the end of the row with a grassy yard. A first. But most sites are a little close, but not terrible, with grass and a picnic table between the gravel sites. Very nice checkin. The Wi-Fi signal looked strong, but it was unreliable, frequently dropping. We're a big rig so no trees to contend with is a good thing for us and most transients are in the treeless area. Easy maneuverability in the park . Location is good for most Great Falls activities. Close to many muni golf courses and the outstanding CM Russell Museum. FYI--the Ryan Dam where Lewis and Clark portaged the falls is only open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. It's still visible, but the park is not accessible. . We would stay here again.
Well, the sites are not exactly river view as the river runs deep off the campground bluff, but the surrounding area is an interesting rock topography. Nothing fancy here - gravel sites with some grass in between. Rig washing is permitted for $10. Wi-Fi was excellent. No sewer at the site. The train and road noise is distant. No complaints, but the price is a tad high for the amenities. But you don't always have a lot of choices traveling on roads with long distances between towns.
EZ access to grassy, level, really long sites with ample space between sites off Rt 2. The managers were extremely nice. They allow rig washing, which ours sorely needed, so we appreciated it very much. In our site, 17, the Wi-Fi was poor. I think we were blocked by the electric box because the park's antenna is not high on the building. Some road and train noise, but no big deal. The plum and crab apples on this previous orchard site were delicious and free for the taking. Would stay here again in 45 motorhome.
A clean, asphalt parking lot for RVs with 20/30/50 amp electric and no water, sewer or Wi-Fi. Only 4 sites have 50 amps. Sites are angled a little strange for big rigs to reach the electric in the back. Following the lines, our 45' rig blocked the roadway. But, it wasn't busy so we were able to maneuver to connect and get off the road. You come here to either gamble, play golf at Circling Raven or enjoy the buffets. There's nothing else around. There's a $20/night fee but if you get a free rewards card, you get $ 15 in food and $10 for gambling, so not a bad deal unless the slots get you! The golf was sensational and the buffets were hit or miss. Would definitely stay here again.
You can count on truthful reviews at RV Park Reviews and they are usually accurate. They were right on with this park. The sites are CLOSE to say the least and for big rigs with slides they are VERY CLOSE; only 10 feet of grass between gravel sites. Maneuvering is not the issue just the narrowness of the sites. You can only eat at your dilapidated picnic table if you don't mind being on top of your neighbor's sewer and looking directly into their side or slide. Ok Wi-Fi in the back where we were. Satellite TV could be a problem because there are trees between sites. After reading the reviews, we only stayed here because it was the weekend of their free night special. The location isn't bad for shopping, golf and a Camping World. The area has many county/city run golf courses that are reasonable and in good condition. Wouldn't stay here again in a motorhome because it's just too tight and expensive for the quality of the campground. Other reviews were right- it might be time for an investment to upgrade the facilities if they want to attract big rigs.
Depending on your rig size, needs and availability this can be a fantastic CG or okay. The sites overlooking the Columbia are superb and the others are close although there is usually plenty of grassed space behind the rigs. Lots of trees so satellite TV will be iffy. Sites not real level. Hosts were very nice but they don't collect the fee: it's on the honor system. As previously noted the entrance can add about 14 miles to your trip if eastbound as you go past the CG to the next exit, get back on the interstate, and then go straight through the rest stop to the CG entrance. Unfortunately, when you exit, you do the same thing. Would stay here again in 45’ rig if traveling eastbound!
Delightful, clean, EZ in and out for big rigs, level asphalt sites, real grass between sites with a picnic table on a concrete pad. All backins with two rigs end to end. Good WiFi. The surrounding area is unsightly because there are a few auto salvage businesses but the CG is surrounded by a fence and it does not create a problem. Although there is a golf course next door, Wine Valley GC is 8 miles away and is rated number 2 in the state. Very nice. Downtown with tons of restaurants is also very close. Would stay here again with 45' rig.
This is a very nicely kept campground with asphalt level sites and good grass between sites on the upper transient level. Each site is numbered with a large light which conveniently shined into our bedroom window! Easy access for big rigs. It's a short distance to downtown Portland and the entrance to the Route 30 Historic Highway. Wi-Fi ok, but on the slow side. Lady that checked us in was pleasant enough. Our only complaint is that they won't sign for mail. We were expecting an UPS overnight and it was shipped before we knew our site number. If UPS doesn't have a site number, it doesn't deliver. For them, it's like delivering in an apt building without an apt number. We called UPS and they were willing to do a redelivery, but couldn't give a time. We wound up waiting the entire day for the mail. I'm sure the campground has had some bad experience in the past and that's why they won't accept delivery, but it's our first encounter with the situation. That's not very good customer service as timely mail delivery is important to transients. This is a nice campground and we would stay here again in a 45 motorhome. But if you read the reviews you can see that something nags at people about it;nothing critical that would cause a no recommendation but maybe the campground needs an attitude adjustment!
Very neat, easy to maneuver with level gravel sites. It was real gravel not dirt with a few stones on it so the sites were clean. Nice grass between sites. Sort of an unusual arrangement in that all the sites are pull ins overlooking their golf course and then you back out. The office staff gave an accurate overview of what to see in the area and we enjoyed all that she recommended. It's close to town with great views of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. The Maritime Museum is very interesting. Check out the Bowpicker for fish and chips. The only complaint is that the WiFi was awful and our AT&T signal was weak so being online was trying. WiFi might be better in sites closer to the office. We enjoyed our stay here. No credit cards; cash or check.
This is a nice, cozy CG at the base of Alsea Bridge overlooking the bay. We stayed over Labor Day so the CG was packed. The office staff was outstanding. They told us to come in early on Friday to make it easier to get into our space. They were right. Our back in space was on the high side of the CG and we could see the water but other sites are not as nice visually. There is ample space between the sites separated by a hedge. The walking paths to the beach and the easy access to the walkway on the bridge are right outside the campground. Don't miss the wild blackberries on the paths. There are some good restaurants near the public dock outside of the center of town. We did have some problem with the 30 amps and the WiFi was a little slow but the CG was filled to capacity. Again, the staff was outstanding!
This is a very pleasant park on Coos Bay. The sites and access roads are asphalt and the sites are separated by low bushes and are a decent size. WiFi is marginal. The water pressure is a little strange in that it trickles out when you first turn it on but then works fine. The pull through sites on the front row overlook the water, as did our back in site on the south side. We paid extra to have an on bay site which was fine except that the casino parked their shuttles in front of us blocking our view! A fence prohibits access to the water. We didn't avail ourselves to any of the casino amenities in this overnight stay. The downtown is very close by. Would stay here again in a 45 rig. In August, there was some road construction at the entrance but no problem with maneuverability in a big rig. Enter into the regular casino entrance.
The lady in the office was extremely nice and saved a space for our big rig even though our phone call was breaking up before she could get our full name. Her last words were 'come on in-we'll have a space for you.' The previous review about the condition of the park is accurate. Up front is neat with concrete pads and the rear is level gravel pull thrus, but it is certainly adequate for a couple of nights and big rig maneuverability is easy. It's quieter in the back and the residents keep their properties neat. We were overlooking a green area making it feel more open. There is an attempt at grass between the sites with a picnic table. Green grass seems to be a rarity in these parts. Tengo Wi-Fi was good. It's only a couple of miles to Bandon, a quaint beachy town. Tony's serves dungeness crabs and they are outstanding. It is also 9 miles to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, the #1 rated golf resort in the US for the past two years. Would stay again.
The sites are really close, level, gravel. There's a 50 amp outlet, but only 30 works on the end near the entrance. Lots of activities/traffic on a Sunday afternoon. Close to many restaurants. Excellent Wi-Fi. Very nice office staff. Salmon Run golf course is nearby and really fun. AND, did I mention that out the front windshield--one of God's most magnificent creations--the Pacific Ocean. Saw migrating whales and seals from our window. You'll hardly notice anything else about the campground because the pull thru sites are wonderful and worth the $7 more than the price for the second row.
This is a terrific park about 8 miles north of Crescent City. It is surrounded by trees, but there is open space also. In our site, we had no trouble with satellite TV. Even though it is right off Rt 101, it's very quite and peaceful. Our site was level gravel with an ample grass area to enjoy the outside. The electric pedestal was is in the rear of the site so we had to be as far back in the site as possible to reach it. Wi-Fi was good although you do have to reconnect each day (Tengo). Here's a point of interest--there is not one seafood market nor can you buy fresh seafood in Crescent City even though they take in huge Dungeness crabs hauls in season and lots of fish. Thought I'd mention that because that is one of the reasons we stopped here. For us, the only downside of the experience was the unfriendly office staff. Since others didn't encounter that experience I'll chalk that up to that they had a bad day. But they did put us in a space too small for our 45' with the playground within feet of our picnic table. We aren't traveling with children. They begrudgingly let us move to the site next to it where there was sufficient space and a nice yard. Then they put a family with a popup beside us so that our rig totally blocked out their view and they listened to our heat pumps. The family also moved to another site and had a wonderful area to enjoy. The campground never got crowded over the weekend, so it begs the question- why don't owners or the staff give the most suitable sites to those who come first??? Again RV reviews were most helpful in determining where to stay in the area as this campground had a very small blurb in the camping guides.
Easy in and out. Site was asphalt, level and plenty of length for our 45'. Grass between the sites, but your neighbor is close. Convenient to town. There is road noise which is too bad because the temperature is cool even in August and it's nice to open the windows. It's about 13 miles to the north entrance to the Avenue of the Giants. Wi-Fi okay. Nothing spectacular just a convenient place to overnight on 101.
The owners have made a huge investment in this campground for the children. Two pools and lots of other activities. We just fit in our site with 45' after unhooking tow. A parking space was provided for it. Site was level gravel and dirt. They do have some premium sites with a deck, fire ring and hot tub. In the back of the campground, there is a rather open area with backin sites that are huge, but close to the road. Wi-Fi was adequate. It's close to town for restaurants or shopping. One unusual rule is that colored wristbands, similar to the kind you wear when you're a patient in the hospital, are required so they know if you registered or not. Willets is undergoing major road construction for the next 8 years, so traffic through town is slo.o.o.w.
Wow! Don't head west on I-80 on a Sunday afternoon. We were in 22 mile backup so by the time we reached Vineyard campground, we needed some comfort. But it wasn't here. Some campgrounds just hit you wrong and this one did. We were in a pull thru on the west side on dirt and gravel. A lot of the permanent residents sites around us were not orderly. The water/electric/sewer were fine and the Wi-Fi was good. Big rig maneuverability is good although the entrance is a little tight. The two campgrounds in the area are almost next to each other. For an overnight, this campground is okay but just not very attractive.
Definitely a superb, well thought out park. EZ in and out for big rigs (really big rigs). Each space has its on AstroTurf area with a metal picnic table. We were fortunate enough to have a site on the end which gave us lots of room. Those not on the end could feel confined if a big rig is next to them. After travelling across NV I-80, which has got to be the most boring drive in the country, the clean concrete and asphalt of the park is very pleasant. It's about an hour drive to Lake Tahoe. It is near Scheels flagship store for gear for any sport imaginable and some chain restaurants. My only gripe was that the wifi was lackluster. The signal looked good but it was slow and intermittent. When you check in, they acknowledge it may not be very strong. In such a nice park, it's a shame that they don't improve this critical requirement for those on the road.
EZ in and out for big rigs. It is all gravel and the usual desert dust, but it's so convenient to the Bonneville Salt Flats and SpeedWeek. The staff was very pleasant. The Wi-Fi is almost nonexistent at the sites, but they don't make that a surprise. It is also in the midst of the casinos which are good for an inexpensive, but good meal. Try Montego Bay prime rib buffet. When you're traveling across this section of the country where not much exists, this KOA is an oasis even though it's a bit pricey for 30 amps. As mentioned, there are only a few 50 amps sites.
Big KOA. Easy maneuverability for big rig. Outstanding Wi-Fi. The location is ideal for sightseeing in Salt Lake City (SLC). City Tours will pick you up at the campground and provides an overview of the city and Mormon life and is worthwhile. The free KOA shuttle will take you to town and on Sunday take you to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir presentation. It's also close to the Red Iguana which has superb Mexican cuisine. Get there early or prepare to wait. Would have given 10 stars to the campground except that each site's picnic table is almost on top of its neighbor's sewer. Yuk. Even with that, it's one of the best KOAs.
We couldn't find anything near or around Denver so we stopped here early. Very nice owner. Typical dirt and gravel sites for the area and windy. The area approaching the campground is very disheveled; but once inside the gates, it's fine. A local restaurant, Ruby's was good and the museum was interesting. That's what's great about RVing: each town has its own character and there's something interesting about each one. WiFi marginal.
Not much happening in Wakeeney but if you need an overnight this KOA fits the bill. Easy in and out with long sites. Noise from the interstate but hey you're in KS and almost everything is by the interstate. My biggest complaint is that the Wi-Fi was useless. I could not connect on iPhone or iPad. Ice cream tasted good.
For a big rig for an overnight, this is a great park. Concrete pads. No trees or rocks to hamper maneuverability. EZ in and out. Good WiFi. Well maintained. Because it's so open, there aren't any picnic tables or fire rings which could be inconvenient if you were staying for a few days. Good BBQ next door, but it's rarely open.
In spite of the sites being a hair narrow, this is a very nice campground. It is well maintained, strong WiFi, EZ in and out, nice staff and a good location. It's near Bass Pro and many fast food restaurants and the fairgrounds. There's also a road to a city park which makes for a nice exercise walk. Concrete patio with a picnic table and fire pit. We are in a 45' motorhome with tow and site was long and level. Would definitely stay here again. It does have some speed bumps but....
All that has been said about this campground is accurate. It's dumpy but in a good location for those of us in transit. The large camping sign is partially gone and faded so it's easy to miss the turnoff. Choices are limited in this stretch of road for big rigs so this is an acceptable stopover.
Campgrounds are limited in Louisville but thanks to RV Reviews we found this location. It's not a campground but a large parking lot with WES. There were no events in town so we were the only rig there. Maneuvering not a problem! The attendant is not on site but if you call, they will send someone to do the paperwork and unlock the electric box. It's a little haphazard but we felt safe and the location can't be beat. It is less than 5 miles to downtown, Churchill Downs and Kroger. It's $50 which may seem steep for the amenities (none) but the location is so convenient it's worth it. While there try Tom and Chee for a cheddar donut (they were on Shark Tank) and Southeast Christian Church. Both will enhance your visit. Again big thanks to this website for providing information not easily available elsewhere.
This is the type of park you'll hate or find it satisfactory. We wanted to be near Purgatory Golf Course and this is right across the street. They have very limited big rig sites but we were able to get 50 amps on the river. The park is not kept very pristine but it's acceptable. No amenities were obvious including Wi-Fi. Plenty of room to maneuver. Lots of old campers and full time residents. We would stay here again because of the location and it did have a certain peacefulness. Golf course is great!
We stayed here a couple of years ago and enjoyed it. Same good experience this time. It could be a little tight if it was full but mid-week, it's delightful. We’re 45' with a tow so there are limited sites. The approaching roads have some low tree branches. Good Wi-Fi. Picnic table and fire ring. Pleasant flower garden.
Because we don't really use the campground facilities, this park is fine for us. The sites are wide, grassy and easy to maneuver in a big rig. The campground is only 7 miles from city and good golf. We would definitely stay here again because of its closeness to activities. Some train noise but with a/c on, no problem. Good Wi-Fi. Watch out for fire ants. Picnic table, no fire ring. Because of its proximity to Savannah, it is about 7 miles off the I-95 but the roads are excellent. It is a family business they are are trying to expand.
Although it won't appeal to everyone, this parking lot campground is great. Wide open, clean, EZ access from interestate and within the grounds for big rigs. Spaces are very wide and level with gravel. Nice picnic table. If you're into racing, it's ideal as it's right next door to the Charlotte Raceway. If not, it's still a great place to stay and visit the city. Back ins are more than ample for a 45‘ and the pull thrus are super long-100’. The Nascar Hall of Fame, in downtown Charlotte, has a race car simulator that is really fun. Nearby is good shopping, tons of restaurants and Rocky River Golf Club. No wifi but strong phone signal. Would definitely stay here again
The other descriptions made us tentative on this campground. We came in from I-64 going west and the gps took us through town to reach the campground. We unhooked when we reached the coal mine exhibition and checked it out before committing. We also wanted to see if the sites were long enough. No problem. The approach into the campground is a little steep and the left turn is sharp but we had no problem with a 45’ motorhome. The campground itself is very clean. The sites are asphalt pads. The hookups for some sites are in the rear of the site so unless you want to use multiple cords, look at that before going in. There is a locked wire on each site so if you need to change sites, you have to go back down to the office and get another key. No Wi-Fi. Good phone reception. Quiet. The sites are a little snug, but it wasn't crowded so it wasn't an issue. The coal mine exhibition is well worth seeing. Very interesting and well done. It's about a half hour drive to the New River Gorge Bridge. Would stay here again. There are a lot of fun outdoor activities in the area.
Although the allure of it being in the mountains sounds intriguing, you really can't see much. You will know that you're 4000’ up though because the 4 mile drive up the mountain from the main road is tight, but certainly doable and obviously all up hill. The office staff was extremely nice, but the sites not so much. They tried to put us in a narrow, heavily treed site for which the turn was not really possible without maneuvering. They were able to move us to an open site which was much better but was just a gravel narrow path cut out of the grass. Picnic table, but no fire ring. To get in and out of town is a trip. The Boone Golf Club is nearby and a very good course. Wi-Fi was OK. AT&T phone service on the weak side. Nice playground, donkeys, goats and chickens that children would enjoy. I think we'd look for alternatives if returning to Boone.
The campground is located about 3 miles off the interstate with nice wooded campsites. The site was level and had lots of space between the campsites with a picnic table and a rock fire pit. It's about 15 miles to Harrisonburg and JMU. They don't have Wi-Fi at sites, only at the office, although they said it's coming. AT&T phone signal is weak. Golf and some flea markets are nearby. We were able to receive satellite TV even though it is wooded. Camped here in 45' motorhome and would definitely return. Note that although the KOA directions say not to use your GPS, ours gave us accurate directions. If you are southbound on I-81 be sure to turn left and cross over the interstate before turning left again. The instructions say go 100' and turn left, but it's much more than that, and we found it confusing.
Great campground near WDC. The traffic is insane around the beltway so it's nice to have a restful place nearby. This is a large campground with lots of options. Site was a level backin and just fit us with our tow parked in front at an angle. If our neighbor hadn't moved his car we would have had a hard time getting out, but there are plenty of bigger pull through sites and other backins which would eliminate that issue for a 45'. They said that the pull throughs get a lot of in and out traffic so if you stay several days they recommend a back in. We didn't notice that being a problem. We couldn't hook up to the Wi-Fi at our location. Since we weren't here much, it wasn't a big issue but it could be. The ice cream sundaes were outstanding! Would stay here again because the location is excellent. We didn't go into WDC but the transportation available would make it very easy. The office is well staffed and they are helpful.
The folks here are so nice and helpful. We had an ample pull in for a 45' motorhome. We were parked on asphalt and the campground is neat and orderly. The Wi-Fi was a little weak. It's in a very nice area and the Shop Rite supermarket down the road is excellent. Convenient to Philadelphia. Most of the sites are occupied by long seasonals so be sure to get a reservation. No credit cards. Would stay here again.
Extremely EZ on and off I-95. The campground itself is clean and nicely organized. The office staff alto pleasant, must have never walked the grounds. We were the only customers the entire day and most of the sites were empty. But we were placed right next to the only other camper in the row in a site that had trees on both sides of the site with a telephone pole in front of the window. We're 45' with a tow. This was not exactly a pull through. The 30 amp sites are lovely, long and level. The 50 amp sites are tight and more of an afterthought. Wi-Fi not good. Surprisingly, we couldn't hear the traffic from the Interstate. So, it's a fine place to stop for convenience and the price is right but beware if you're a big rig.
This is a great campground for big rigs and an overnight. Easy access on concrete pads with nice space between sites. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Good Wi-fi. The only problem is the noise factor of traffic and planes, but neither can the park control so have to appreciate the location, cleanliness, and amenities. Stay here often coming and going through Florida.
Yes on first blush, the sites appear to be narrow because there are so many sites and your neighbor usually has to park next to your covered picnic table. There's no privacy, the sites are sandy and if it's crowded it's noisy. But, the sound of the surf and the breeze off the ocean are all worth it! The sites are nicely angled so that the view out of the front of the rig is great. This is a huge campground and if you are fortunate enough to secure a spot near the ocean you will love it. There are also nice sites in the trees and around the lake. There's a nice wide beach. The location is near good restaurants, golf and shopping. Free Wi-Fi, which is almost a given every place else except Myrtle Beach, is available here. It is a little slow but came up quickly. If trucks are parked too far from their fifth wheels, getting around can be a little difficult for big rigs. The restaurant in the campground is decent. The church service was good. Really nice pool and river float. We've stayed here several times and believe it's the best in the area, although we have not tried the campgrounds further south.
There aren't a lot of campgrounds along this section of I-70 and almost none that are near the interstate. This KOA is about 5 miles off but that distance does provide a nice ambience in the campground and also makes it free from road noise. Access roads are fairly narrow and some trees are low but certainly ok for big rigs. It's an older campground and, therefore, "cozy". We had a level, pull through site (F) which was easy in and out for our 45' rig. We could get satellite and cable TV is available. There are only a few big rig sites. It is heavily treed and a creek runs next to the campground. Reasonably good Wi-Fi, a little slow. AT&T signal was ok. Can't say anything about the area as we just did an overnight. If there had been occupants in the cabin next to us, we would have had to invite them for dinner. It was close. We would stay here again because we liked the atmosphere.
This is a well kept KOA and they have invested in creating some very nice big rig sites with patios, comfortable furniture and easy access. Good Wi-Fi. Office staff very nice and helpful. The location is good for a visit to Longaberger Homestead and golf club. The only drawback of this KOA is the cost. It's expensive. The price is for 2 people so add 8.00/adult and 5.00/child per day for the visit. If you have a family that can enjoy all the amenities, then it may not be so bad but for two adults, it's pricey. Hopefully, the next camping season will not bring an increase.
This is a reasonable overnight stop. It has a lot of open space around the campground and even a golf driving range which was nice but the transient sites are narrow with no table, fire ring and just a wee bit of grass. Additionally, there is no Good Sam discount for the 50 amp transient sites. We blew the circuit and had to turn off some a/c units in order to cook. It's wide open for good satellite reception. The office said there was Wi-Fi but we couldn't pick it up at our site. AT&T has a strong signal. There is surprisingly a lot of noise from the highway even though you drive almost a mile north off the interstate. We would stay here again in a 45' motorhome. There aren't many choices in this stretch of highway and it is easy in and out. Perhaps, the back section of the campground is for longer stays and it looked more pleasant.
We stayed here in a 45 motorhome while waiting for a repair. They worked with us as we tried to figure out how long we were going to have to stay. But...the sites were so narrow. For a couple of nights we didn't have anyone next to us and it was fine but when we had a neighbor, our picnic table was just about under their slide out and their sewer hose was right there. The road noise is high. The good news is that the location was good for us- near the interstate, service center, church, golf and downtown Davenport on the Mississippi which was quite pleasant. Wi-Fi was fine alto it's the first time I had to call tech support to find out that there is no sign up page even though the check-in instructions give a username and password. We'll probably look around for another campground when passing through in the future.
Top notch! Best KOA. Level, gravel sides with picnic tables on nice grass that are not next to your neighbor's sewer! Good Wi-Fi. Far enough off the interstate so there's no noise but yet convenient. River Valley golf course is about 10 miles away- 3 star golf digest rating. There is a small pond for fishing. And unlike a lot of KOAs, it was reasonable for the facility. We wish the new owners many blessings in their adventure.
Kennebec is in the middle of nowhere so it was nice to find a comfortable place to overnight. Nice owners. Site was level, gravel with sufficient space in between. Some of the sites for smaller rigs really had nice side yards. Table and grill provided. Wi-Fi excellent and came right up. Didn't leave the campground so don't know what's around but this is definitely a nice stop over. No interstate noise. We are in a 45' and had ample room to maneuver. Would stay here again.
Reading the reviews on this campground is like being in the twilight zone. It must be location, location, location in this park as the old saying goes. Making an online reservation is one of the high points of KOAs and it was Labor Day weekend so we booked it. Our site was a 30 amp, pull through. The staff was very helpful in the check-in telling us which roads to take to avoid tight turns in our 45'. And then the road getting into the site was ridiculous. We had to go between a fence and an electric pole, which we nudged, and had to unhook to get by. The pole had had a few prior encounters. The site was SO narrow that we could step out of the door right into the fire ring. 12" of grass between gravel sites. That's narrow. So if you're coming here, the site will make a difference. For the price, this was bad value. It is well located for shopping near Cabelas, Sam's and Wal-Mart and downtown, but that's the highpoint.
Nicely treed campground, but they don't interfere with height of big rigs or access to sites. Nice, gravel, level site with ample room between rigs. And what fun when 12 wild turkeys showed up when we opened the door in the morning! Far enough from the highway to not have road noise. Owners are very nice and helpful. Buffalo Golf Club, as all things in Buffalo, is close by and fun with lots of elevations. Good restaurants within walking distance. It's Wi-fi heaven with a strong, steady signal. No question we'd stay here again.
One of those campgrounds where you pull in for the night and never leave. Nice, long, level, gravel site with easy on and off the interstate and yet far enough that there's no noise. Good Wi-Fi. Don't know anything about the area but it is apparently the beginning of a scenic highway to Yellowstone.
Owners very nice and helpful. We had a choice of sites but only 30 amps. Sites were level gravel. We had problems with the electric and blew it twice. The second time we had to move our connection to a nearby post. Wi-Fi steady and strong. The campground is very close to the tracks but the trains do not blow a horn so you know they're coming but they're not bothersome. It is also next door to a 9 hole executive golf course. It's located just outside of a nice town with lots of amenities. Easy access to dump station.
All the campgrounds in the area were full so we had to take this one with water and 15 amps. 15 amps wouldn't even keep our refrigerator going, so we were on generator and inverter over nite. The transient sites are around the perimeter which provides a little breathing room in a rather tight layout. The space between the sites is nice grass with a picnic table. The Wi-Fi was pitiful and wouldn't hold the Internet. Most of the sites were occupied by local workers. Would not stay here again unless desperate like we were this time. $30 was steep for an over nite with water!
Stayed here during a festival so we were in the overflow with no E,W, or S. They don't take reservations. The actual sites of the campground looked nice in the trees and had 20 amps and water. The gardens are serene and lovely and the conservatory had an amazing collection of cacti. No cell phone service. Wi-Fi is available at the admin office and conservatory. Crossing the border into Canada is easy and not crowded.
Rating this campground is a little difficult because the untidiness of it is not entirely their fault. Devil's Lake is rising and taking a lot of land with it. Therefore, road and dike construction is all around the lake making everything dusty. Getting around takes awhile as you must wait for pilot cars on most stretches. The campground has unlevel, gravel sites with weeds in between the sites although there is ample space. We moved from one site to another because our jacks buried into the ground-one about a foot. We're a big rig. No Wi-Fi. Campground owners are former farmers and are trying to make a living in a difficult situation so it's hard to be too negative. The road by the campground is supposed to be paved in a couple of weeks so that should help. Fort Totten is interesting and the fishing is great. The area reminded us of Alaska. All the campgrounds in the area are in the same situation. We would come back again but maybe after the construction, alto the fishing was fun.
A fairly typical casino campground alto there is nice grass between the sites and the pad is concrete. $10.50/nite for a full hookup is a deal. The casino website and other campground books do not show this place. We were just going to stay in the parking lot and were pleasantly surprised to find a campground. They have 27 holes of golf on site and the course is interesting; bring the golf cart to the coach and load up! The usual casino, cheap buffet and entertainment are available. Security touring the parking lot frequently. No Wi-Fi at site but available in the hotel. Would stay here again.
As others have noted the office is not on the campground, but about a mile away. The sign in front of the feed store where the office is located is rather small so be on the lookout. We stayed in the new section with our 45' rig. Easy back-in. The grounds are very neat and when you look out your window you see cornfields. The space between sites is spacious. Only problem is that they still charge for Wi-Fi which is getting to be an obsolete practice. The Iowa State Fair is a wonderful event and only 8 miles away. Very quiet as it isn't near a railroad track or highway. Would stay here again.
The Grotto of the Redemption is a masterpiece of geological rocks and gems with the story of Jesus. Behind the grotto is the campground. The address given on the website isn't exactly accurate. It is on 3 St and 1 Ave NW directly behind the church and grotto. The only sign was at the campground. It's nothing fancy but the sites are pull through on grass and 30 amps is available. For $15/nite and the remarkable grotto it's a worthwhile stop in a small Midwest town with nice people. The type of place RVers appreciate.
We moved here after an FMCA Rally. Big back in sites with lots of room on the sides. Convenient to downtown and lakes. Really nice walking and bike trails near by. Walking trail heads are at campground. Water is available from several spigots and the dump station is easily accessible. No Wi-Fi but good At&T signal. $2/nite discount for seniors making it a really great deal. Quiet- very little road noise. It has a tremendous website for reservations showing availability by site number. Lots of good golf nearby. Madison is a nice city with great restaurants. Would a love to come back here again.
This park is strangely located. It's between two exits so it's about 5-6 miles off the interstate even tho it's located next to the interstate which makes it rather noisy. The access road into and out of the park requires a u-turn in the restaurant parking lot. Fortunately, the restaurant was closed so the turn was easy but if cars had been in the parking lot, it would have been tricky. The site was large and level. Wi-Fi ok although I never understand why the staff doesn't automatically give new arrivals the password without being asked. Now the dump station: it is located on a road that requires a turn around trees. Was not so easy for a 45 footer. Additionally, there are low hanging trees next to dump so that they drag on top of the rig. There is only one dump for a large number of sites. What were they thinking??? The 2 PM check out time is generous. Sentryworld golf is about 9 miles away and is a nice course in great condition with a unique flower filled 16th hole. If necessary, would stay again in a motorcoach but it's inconvenient and the dump station access could be trouble if it was crowded.
We were happy to find this park on a Friday nite with our 45' rig. We had a huge pull through site on grass, fairly level. Plenty of space between sites. The owner was super nice and told us about the Copper Head ski lift. We stayed an extra nite to see it and it was worth it as it is the longest ski jump in the world. The owner even brought us a piece of delicious cake as a thank you for staying. No organized activities. We have no complaints about this campground and would stay here again in our motorcoach. The paved interior roads were more than ample for big rigs.
2011 update: no goose droppings and a delightful park! It's close to town which is a small, quaint place with cute shops and a nice atmosphere. Some sites are a tad close side to side. Plenty of room to back in our 45' rig. The owner worked with us to stay another day without having to move. Good Wi-Fi. Be prepared that there is no cell service in town. The only reception is at the top of Brockway lookout which is worth the drive even without cell phone access. Harbor Haus is a great restaurant albeit pricey. This is a wonderful area with boat trips, hiking, golf at Keweenaw Mountain resort (9 hole). Would definitely return.
This is an OK campground if you need to stop somewhere. The site was long enough for our big rig, but was heavily treed and therefore no satellite. Also no AT&T phone service. Wi-Fi was from a small router that couldn't be maintained. Escanaba is 6-7 miles away and is useful for restocking (Walmart supercenter). Even though the campground is near the lake there is really nothing around it. Not our cup of tea, but others may find it perfectly adequate.
There are few campgrounds for big rigs on the Trans - Canada highway, so Serpent River is a welcome sight. It's easy in and out. Has electric and water, no sewer but the pump-out has easy access on the way out. (Although it's on a little incline.) The biggest drawback is the highway noise. Fairly good Wi-Fi but it comes in and out. Sites are fairly level and grassy. Stone Ridge Golf Course is 13 miles away and is a nice course in good condition. Food at the golf course restaurant was also good. Would stay here again especially if space were available away from the road, or motorhome windows were closed.
This is not a bad campsite, but isn't overly accessible for big rigs. While the KOA computer was down we went into a pull thru that was 47'; we're 45' but it worked out ok. If the computer hadn't had a problem we would have been in a back-in that would have really been difficult to get into. Wi-Fi was intermittent. There was a good rainstorm, but the campground drained well. No sewer at sites, but dump station is convenient on exit. Lots of ATV folks. The campground is a good 15 miles from Parry Sound. Would stay here again in a big rig but only if we had to. The ease of booking online keeps us going to KOAs.
A small but neat and convenient campground between Niagara Falls and downtown Buffalo. Sites are level and asphalt and pull throughs were EZ in and out. Good Wi-Fi except that it drops you if it's idle for a short time. Have to keep logging in. The temps were in the high 90s and the campground's electric held which was appreciated. If you're entering from the south, the right turn into the campground is over a bridge and tight for big rigs. There are no organized activities or pool so if traveling with children keep that in mind. Olympia restaurant across the street is fair but adequate. The Falls (10 miles) are so incredible. God is very creative. Buffalo is the home of Buffalo wings. The originals were served at the Anchor Bar downtown (18 miles) and worth the trip. Beef on a weck ( a roll) is a sandwich found in Buffalo only . Anderson's were very good. Would definitely stay here again; the owner is very nice and we enjoyed the peacefulness of the campground.
Small, neat campground but with only one pull through. Big rigs can get into backin sites. There doesn't seem to be anyone on site so we pulled into the pull-through in our 45' coach. They make it easy to fill out the registration form and leave the payment. Wi-Fi didn't work after a storm came through. We were told that it is busy on weekends and since you can't speak to anyone, you don't know if you have a reservation. Could be a problem. Would stay here again.
The location is good for visiting Philadelphia and Wilmington. We had a nice site for our 45' coach. Roomy and open for satellite reception. The Wi-Fi was not steady and kept going on and off which is frustrating. The roads getting to the campground are narrow and tricky. Take it slow. Be on the lookout for detours which seem to be prevalent in the area. Would stay here again.
It wasn't very busy so we had no problem parking our 45' rig. We had an easy on and out site, but not sure there were many. Our biggest complaint was that the incoming road and sites were all dirt. After a long dry period it made a mess of our car. Yes, we know we're camping! WiFi ok. Good location near I-95. Would stay again.
This is a good location: close to I-95 but far enough away so traffic noise is not an issue. The sites for big rigs are concrete and pull throughs. Trees were appreciated in the September heat. I don't think WiFi was available and our AT&T service was non existent. Ok for a short stay but no phone and no internet, no way!
This is a nice open campground with easy access from I-95 without the noise. We had several problems though. In Sept there are very few travelers so the CG was not busy to say the least. In spite of this they were hard pressed to find a pull through for one night. We're 45'. Finally, and I give credit to the office staff, we were given a corporate site. The 50 amp service could not hold even one A/C unit and a cooking pot. We even moved to another box and it still blew. The price from Sunday -Thursday is half price, which is the good thing. We might try this CG again but only if we knew for sure that we had a site that could accommodate us. The electric needs to be fixed. In all campgrounds, we would like to see the office volunteer WiFi info. By the time we were ready up get online, the office was closed and we didn't have the access code. Not a happy camper!
This is a pleasant campground. Our site, 14, was long and spacious with plenty of room to be outside on nice grass. Good Wi-Fi. It's about 5 miles away from a major shopping and restaurant area off Exit 20. As noted before, the entry is very tricky. KOAs typically have a large yellow sign at the entry or road leading into the campground. When approaching eastbound there is a large yellow sign on the left BUT it's past the entry and it says oops you missed us. We had to unhook, turn around and deal with the very sharp right turn into the road. We did it with a 45' motorhome but didn't like it. The signs indicating the entry are on the right side of the road but we just missed them as we were focused on the big KOA-typical sign. There is a big Fox Fire Resort sign - that's the road!
This is an ok park. Doesn't have any outstanding features except convenience to the interstate. The sites aren't generous in width but are very long. A couple of sites don't have water unless you run your hose across your neighbor's site which is what they recommend. Not the end of the earth, but not convenient either. A couple of years ago we stayed several days because of it's proximity to the TPC John Deere golf course, but this was just for an overnight and we'd stay here again. Excellent WiFi and AT&T signal.
Coming from Deer Valley RV in Topeka, a pristine park with concrete pads, to this park is what makes RVing an adventure and fun. A very nice couple are new owners and are very helpful and friendly. The sites are rather narrow but level. Satellite was blocked by trees and no cable TV at site. It's out in the country with no road or train noise. WiFi was slow. Would stay here again. I'm sure there will be improvements in the future. It's a good half way point between Kansas City and Des Moines.
Nothing special but easy in and out on a gravel, level site. Hosts are very nice. They are Polish and make a Polish dinner delivered to your site. For an overnight, it is fine. WiFi a tad slow. Would stay again.
There's not much to add to the previous posts. This is an excellent, uncluttered park with nice concrete pads. Some sites have tables but most do not. It's so nice, though, that using your own table is no big deal. Excellent security. It's about 6 miles from Boss Hawg's, a renowned Kansas City barbecue restaurant. It's also close to Lake Shawnee. Wished we could have stayed longer.
This is a well maintained, secure Class A motorcoach resort with pools, spas and a real putting green. Each site is owned so there are variations in amenities. We were in 207 and it had a few problems. There was a dusty golf cart with a torn cover in the site. The incline into the space was steep enough that we had to raise the coach about 3" to a avoid gouging the pavement with the tow bar. The electricity went out a couple of times. At night the landscape lights didn't come on. On the bright side, we enjoyed the patio, grill and tiki covered tables. The park is in a newer part of town but only 6 miles from the Strip. It was nice to come back to the quiet resort after the craziness of downtown. Great Albertsons down the street on Blue Diamond. Would stay here again, but not in that site.
Clean and neat. It has lots of trees but they didn't cause any problem getting into the site. Actually we were happy to have them because it was very hot. Weak WiFi. Within walking distance to grocery and Walgreens. 25 miles to Zion National Park. They only accept cash or check for site payment. Would stay here again.
Ruby's Inn is definitely the main game in town for Bryce Canyon. The location is excellent. The sites are gravel and many are not level to the point that some RVs had their front wheels off the ground while on their jacks. Poor WiFi except in the hotel. No AT&T service except under the clock in the hotel's lobby. Night activities include rodeo, cowboy buffet, show. Shuttle for Bryce stops at campground. Would stay here again.
The spaces are narrow and gravel but we stayed in a premium site and it was great: on a concrete pad with plenty of space and even a "carport". A pool and spa is available only to the premium sites and it is clean and very nice. WiFi had a strong signal but was very slow. It's in a good location to both Arches Natl Park and town. There is a $10/night surcharge for a pull through although there is ample room to back in. Would stay here again.
Nice, clean campground and the sites are generous. It's all gravel. There is quite a bit of road noise in the morning as it is in an industrial area. It's in a great location to shop at Cabela's and Sportsman Warehouse. It's also close to the Redlands Mesa Golf Course which is outstanding. Good WiFi. Would stay here again, but wouldn't go out of our way to get here.
Gave this park an 8 because it is the only park near Monument Valley without actually driving there, but it is rough. There aren't many transient spaces. It is a dirt site but electric and water were fine. You have to give a deposit for a water key so it gives you the idea it is dry, dry, dry. The trading post next to the motel is very interesting with quality Navajo items. The personnel were very nice. The access is easy and if we had to go to Tuba City again, we'd stay here.
From Flagstaff, we were advised to use I-17 and then north on 179 to Sedona. It is farther but the ride in on 179 is pretty incredible with the red rocks. On the way out, we drove separately north on alternate 89 as 50' is the limit. That is justified in the hairpin section. It is much shorter and only 25 miles. Very nice campground with lots of large trees and next to a stream. They do have a gazillion rules, many of which are not followed very closely. The location is excellent with easy access to town and hiking. It was very hot so the trees were really appreciated. The nesting Great Blue Herons in the trees are interesting and can be noisy. We're in a 45' and our only beef was that the turn to get from the office into the site area is tight. Have to get around a fence with bushes and then large rocks used in the landscaping, so watch the turn. Site had ample space and plenty of space to back in. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice, clean, convenient park near the interstate but far enough that road noise is not an issue. It's nothing fancy but concrete pads are nice and everything worked including Wi-Fi. We enjoyed the hot tub. Pool is attractive and the entire area is very clean. Would have given it a 10, but it is in the middle of nowhere, and there's nothing to do in the area. Excellent one night stopover, though.
We stayed here because it was convenient to the golf course, which wasn't in the best of shape. It was a level, gravel site, but the sewer connection was way back on the site. Therefore the covered picnic table is not next to the rig, but 20' in front. Strange, but being dusty, windy and hot, this wasn't a big issue. Thank goodness for a/c. The buffet at the HardRock hotel was ok. Unless you're coming to gamble, which we were not, it's not exactly a destination park. Located right next to the train track. Food store is 6 miles away, but there are 2 gas stations with some basics close by. Diesel fuel was .15 less than the going rate on the Interstate. They don't take reservations, but it wasn't busy.
Easy on and off interstate which means the road noise is intense, especially for those sites right next to it. Not a real problem for us because it was hot and A/C was on. Near Cowboy Museum but across town from other attractions: Stockyard City, Bricktown and OK Memorial but the interstates take you to those places in just a few minutes. The Memorial was especially well done and meaningful and the cattle auctions (Monday and Tuesday only) in Stockyard City were very interesting. The campground is very neat and the sites are exceptionally wide. We were on concrete with a grass sideyard: nice. Roads were wide and easy to maneuver in our 45' motorhome. The only drawback is that there are no picnic tables, but only wooden reels from cables which aren't really useful. WiFi signal was strong but didn't always keep the connection to the internet. BBQ fans: it's close to County Line BBQ. Would definitely stay here again.
Two ways to get to this park: all the books say to get off I-65 on Rt 76 which runs through town. The traffic can be very heavy depending on the time of day (show times) and it could take you over an hour to go 3 miles. Garmin recommended an alternate traffic route. The road was narrow and winding but in a 45 motorhome we had no trouble, and there is no traffic. To us this would be the recommended route traveling from the south. The location of the park is very convenient to everything and it also gives easy access to roads which keep you off the main drag (Rt 76). Park is close to Thousand Hills Golf Course. The staff was the most friendly and helpful of any KOA. They can get show tickets for you. Has good free WiFi. We were in a premier site which was level, had a table and charcoal grill with adequate space. Easy in/out with wide roads. They serve pizza and breakfast although we did not use that service. Would stay here again.
If you need a place to park your rig and be close to town this is the campground for you. It is nothing fancy, there are no amenities, excellent Wifi, easy in and out. The manager is friendly and helpful. We would stay again if in the area.
All KOAs are a little on the pricey side. We had a premium spot on concrete with nice furniture and a gas grill that worked. Very nice and worth the extra dollars. Wi-fi was slow and connection was frequently dropped. It's very close to the Big Dam Bridge which is an interesting pedestrian/cyclist bridge over the Arkansas river.
Campground is kept very well and is conveniently located near shops and restaurants. Wifi excellent even with a full park. Pay attention to the exit signs if posted for your site. We're a 45' motorhome with a tow and making the turn into the campground is impossible as it is very narrow with ditches on both sides. We had to pass by, go onto Natchez Trace and turn around for an easier approach from the other direction. No credit cards.
It was not very busy in May as most of the seasonal folks were gone so it felt roomy. In spite of that they tried to put us right next to someone else when there were lots of open spaces. We requested to be moved, and they complied. Grassy sites are $5 less than concrete, and the grass is fine. My only complaint is that their ad says free W-iFi, but only 2 hours/day is free. After that it starts at 3.95/hr! Limited free Wi-fi would be more accurate. Has a 9 hole golf course on site which we would have played if it wasn't so hot. Would stay again-only 3+ miles off I-75.
This is an excellent campground. Clean, quiet, and right around the corner from the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Cambrian Ridge Course. Free Wi-fi. No problem with satellite TV. Very nice staff. Pull throughs for big rigs. We've stayed here two other times and it's been great every time. We like overlooking the woods while enjoying the fire and cooking on the grill. Free firewood.
Although this is in essence a parking lot, there is easy access, plenty of room for big rigs, 50 amps, sewer and water, clean, well-lit and has free Wi-Fi. It is in a very nice area, convenient to shopping, restaurants, churches and less than 10 miles from the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Oxmoor Valley Golf Course, and Ross Bridge Golf Course. The sites aren't long so big rigs might have to park their tow vehicle beside the rig. If it is not crowded, you can park the vehicle in the open site next door. You have to be self-contained as there are no facilities (bathrooms/showers). We like the open space and the concrete was great in rainy weather! Would definitely stay here again.
It was recommended to us that we not stay in any of the campgrounds in Memphis because of the high crime rate. This campground is just over the state line in Mississippi and is still very convenient to the city attractions. It is new and clean. All the sites are on concrete pads with Adirondack chairs and a free standing fire pit at each site. We felt safe, and it is also convenient to many stores and restaurants.
One of the few state campgrounds that can take a big rig (45'). Very quiet. Many trees so satellite TV is not available. Very convenient to Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail - Hampton Cove course. Can pay day by day so no commitment necessary. Also nice to have 50 amps, water and sewer although they won't take reservations for those campsites, but they will for sites with just W&E.