The price shown is for AOR @ $9 + $3 for 50 amp service. Level concrete pads at every site. Nice roads and easy maneuvering our 40 ft motorhome. Most sites have a view of the intracoastal waterway. CG is very well maintained and trash is picked up at your site each morning. The staff was very nice and helpful. Although the CG is in a populated area it's very quiet. The water pressure was good and consistent, electric was very good and sewer connections were easy access. Most sites have a full size picnic table and the sites are a nice size. There's pond fishing and fishing docks on the waterway. They have boats to rent for both the pond and the waterway. Our Verizon signal was four bars 4G. The pool was excellent. This has quickly become our favorite CG while in Myrtle Beach.
Real EZ on/off from I-10. Makes a very convenient overnight stop. It's more like a grass parking lot with full hook-up than a campground. The rate shown is Passport. This is significantly over priced but it's so convenient will still use it. I can't imagine someone paying the full retail price of $40 to stay here. You register and pay cash only for Passport, at the BP station. The cashier is very pleasant but the lady from the campground office is rude and acts irritate if she has to talk to you. We were expecting a lot of rain so we had a concern about getting stuck since this is all grass. We found that the front sites 1-8 and on very solid ground so rain should not be a problem.
The price shown is RPI plus $5 for 50 amp. Nice campground with pull-through sites, 50 amp, good water & sewer. Sites are generous in size, grass/solid sand and level. Interior roads are paved and a little narrow but manageable in our 40 foot motorhome towing. The place was nearly empty. Apparently their primary business is extended stays. One big negative is their rules; this is the first campground we've seen that has fines for various infringements, $25 to $100. I can't imagine they enforce these fines, but it sure casts a negative veil over a very nice facility. The management folks were very nice and helpful.
Rate is the Passport rate. This place is an excellent value Interior roads are very well maintained an easily navigated with our 40 footer towing. We stayed in one of the pull-through sites which are level solid grass FHU w/ 50 amp. Campground is very large with lots of activity but yet it can be peaceful. One of the best maintained campgrounds we have visited and as full-timers we have visited many. We would highly recommend this facility.
The rate listed is for RPI plus $5 for 50 amp without the cash discount. When we arrived on a Sunday the office was closed until Tuesday. A map was left with our name and assigned site. The paved roads are very narrow, about the width of a typical driveway, but still easy to navigate our 40 ft motor home and toad. The sites are grass and sand and most are nice level pull-through. We had very heavy rain while here with no serious problems. We were in Site 90 and satellite TV reception was good and Verizon cell was about 3+ bars.
We didn't have any problem with the roads in our 40 ft motor home. Since we are Thousand Trails members our actual rate was $0. The campground is aptly named because it is loaded with oak trees. Even with it heavenly treed we were still able to get our satellite TV to work. Cable is available at an extra cost. Verizon 3G & 1X worked fine. The Wi-Fi is also a Verizon Wi-Fi hot spot. Although our level site (45) was a bit narrow, most of the sites we noticed were wider and like ours, with solid gravel, full hook-up with 50 amp service. The office staff went out of their way to be helpful. This facility is more rustic than we normally encounter in the Thousand Trails system it still is a nice campground and we look forward to a return visit in the future.
We stayed here as a Coast-to-Coast member and selected a premium site. Our toad battery was dead when we arrived and the maintenance guys volunteered to jump start us. Service well above what's expected. The premium sites have gas grills available. Verizon 3G and phone had good reception. Paved roads with large concrete parking pads and patios with plenty of patio furniture. Easy to negotiate our 40 ft motor home. Everything about this place is first class. Clearly one of the best RV resorts we have visited.
We camped here as Coast-to-Coast Good Neighbor Park. Not easy to get here but not a big problem for us in our 40 ft motor home. The interior roads are wide and gravel. All sites are pull-through with 50 amp good water and sewer connections. Sites are large with trees that may obstruct satellite TV reception, but we did not have a problem. Verizon broadband and phone was usable but weak. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have propane available.
Easy access with our 40 ft motor home. We stayed here for 30 days and that's what the rate represents. The office was very accommodating both with the site and our schedule. We choose to stay in the pull-through section up front (site 235) FHU w/ 50 amp. We had excessive rain while here with no problem at all at our site. Level gravel site very good utilities, no large trees to interfere with satellite TV and Verizon cell & 3G was about 4 bars. The Thruway noise turned out to be only a minor negative.
We stayed here under our Thousand Trails membership at 0$ in our 40 ft motor home. There is a limited number of full hookup sites and we were fortunate to get a nice one. We got easy access to satellite TV, which is lucky because most sites are wooded. Try sites 150 through 157 for full hookup w/50 amp and satellite access. Unlike a previous reviewer, we had no water issues. Our Verizon cell service was one bar at best. This could be a 9 but it needs plenty of maintenance. Our site had good solid gravel and was easy to level.
We stayed here for four nights in our 40 ft motor home in Site #2. Very easy in/out, satellite reception for DirecTV was good, 70 channels on the cable, Verizon 3G was 4 bars & 1X was 3 bars. The access roads are paved and in good shape with very easy driving. The site was level and the 50 amp was good. Owner was very helpful. This campground would be our first choice if we were to travel through this area again.
Price reflects Passport rate for pull through w/ water and 30 amp electric. Extra charge if you want sewer or 50 amp. Very friendly desk people. Facility is about 70% seasonal but plenty of other spaces available. Lots of golf carts around but that created no problem for us. Good solid level gravel sites with a concrete patio adjacent. The only problem for us with a 40 ft motor home was the interior roads are narrow but we managed okay. We would stay here again.
This campground is poorly managed and not advertised at all. The sights are level with gravel but no sewers are available. They do have a dump station. We really like Watkins Glen and this is a nice easy parking spot but much too expensive for what it is. We were there during a major festival and all the other campgrounds in the area were completely filled yet this place only had about five sites occupied. At $20 - $25 we would be back but at $38 there are much better values in the area so we will not go back.
One of the nicest resorts we've stayed in during our 30+ years of RVing. Perfectly level concrete slab sites with patio. Our 40 footer with the towed had plenty of room. Wi-Fi that really works, exceptional cable TV all kind of services available at your site. All topped of with a very professional staff. Expensive, but worth it. Look forward to a future visit.
We were on site B-2. Verizon Broadband Access signal was too weak to work with and the campground’s free WiFi was unavailable at this site. The sites are relatively firm grass but it rained 5 to 8 inches the day we arrived and we had to stand in 5 inches of water to hook up electric only the first night. The many trees blocked our access to satellite TV and there are only four local stations that come in. We were here for ten days and stayed under Passport, but don’t believe the published rates. With all the Passport restrictions and the campground add-ons, our 50% savings amounted to about $4.00 (15%) discount per day. The roads are typical rough gravel but it was easy to negotiate our 40 footer into the site. The 50 amp service was very good and the water volume was also very good. About 70% of the RVs in the campground were trailers that appear to be primarily weekend use.
Gravel interior roads were easy to negotiate with our 40' Horizon towing a CRV. Most sites are grass with a gravel base pull-thrus. We were in site #209. 50 amp service was available at an additional charge of $5.00 per day. WiFi is available at $5.95 per day but did not work for the five days we were here. No cable is available but most sites have a clear sky view for satellite TV. Campground is nicely kept and the bilingual staff is very helpful. This is an expensive place to visit; beside the high campground fees, the price of everything else is sky high. A donut at Dunken Donuts costs $2.09. You need to remember the 16% taxes to most things you purchase. The fastest way to go to Quebec City is to take the ferry which is about 10 minutes away. Parking will cost you $3 to $10 on the Levis side, plus $2.70 per person for the ferry each way. You can very easily walk through Old Quebec form the ferry terminal and it is worth it.
Our site, #67 was a paved pull-thru and very level. Our 40 footer fit okay put it was tight parking our CRV. The water pressure was rather poor and there is no cable. Easy satellite TV use. They have WiFi but it costs $6.50 per day. They speak english and the staff is very helpful and friendly.
Paved roads, easy access with our 40 footer. Sites were level and clean. The free WiFi worked well for us. Their free breakfast included hot waffles, bagels, toast, cereal, OJ, coffee and more all served in an excellent facility by very friendly folks. This is a first class operation.
We stayed here for three days. The fee includes our Good Sam discount + $3.50 for 50 amp. Easy access with our 40 footer. The gravel sites are reasonably level. Water pressure and volume was excellent. Site #11 has high tension lines close above it which prevented use of our satellite TV system. The free WiFi worked well for us. They have a BBQ restaurant on site which will deliver to your site free of charge. We did not use the restaurant.
This is a Western Horizon member park and they charge members for electric based on the RV size, $3 per night for our 40 footer. The primary problem with this park is the sites are much too narrow and some are not very level. Once you're parked, it's a wonderful place to be. We had good WiFi at site 114, 50 amp service, cable, good water and sewer. It's a very friendly park and the area scenery is spectacular. We can't wait to come back in the future.
Real nice park. Very wide streets makes maneuvering a 40' motorhome a breeze. WiFi worked real good at site 272. Well maintained level gravel sites with 50 amp service. Every site has a large concrete patio pad but no picnic tables. Plenty of parking space for the tow car. The facilities were maintained well and in good shape. We stayed here for two weeks and look forward to future visits.
We have stayed at this park several times in the past and consider this an excellent facility and value. We stayed under Passport. The WiFi at our site worked very well and the concrete sites are very level. The free continental breakfast is appreciated. Very easy on/off I-10 and the park has wide interior roads making it very comfortable maneuvering a 40 footer into the pull-through sites. When passing through this area we surely will be stopping again. Wish there were more places like this.
Excellent WiFi was available in the lodge. Very wide roads reasonably level concrete sites plenty long enough for our 40 footer plus our toad. Park is very clean and well lit at night. Most of the sites have a slight tilt to the back, would rather have it tilt so the front is lower but still within the safe range of leveling. Good utilities including 50 amp, good water pressure, cable & sewer. All the trees are small so getting satellite TV is not a problem. Very easy maneuvering.
Level gravel sites with 50 amp service and easy access sewer and water. Cable available for an additional $1.00. We stayed in site #19, which allowed for satellite TV usage. The buildings and picnic tables are in need of repair and maintenance. There are several driveways to route 65 and if you enter from one of these with a 40 footer it will be difficult to maneuver. The entrance is the southern most driveway. The sign to this entrance is on the opposite side of the road. If you have cat allergies, as I do, use caution since they have multiple cats in the office.
The overnight and short term sites are very long concrete slabs with patio. The new owners just took over and were very pleasant. The utilities were excellent, (50 amp, sewer, water). They have free WiFi. The new owners just opened the store since the original was store was destroyed by hurricane Rita. We would definitely stay here again.
Very friendly well kept park. All utilities worked well including WiFi. Although the roads were wide, parked cars made it very challenging. The sites are nice but with our 40 footer there was very little space to park our car. We had to have cars moved to get our rig in and out.
This is a real nice park. We have stayed here several times and always enjoy watching the boats in the river. The new "big rig" sites are a little tough to get in to but manageable. The park is clean and focuses on boating and fishing not kids' recreation, which suits us fine.
We stayed here six days under Coast to Coast Good-Neighbor rates. All paved roads with grass sites. There's gravel along the sides of the roads which allows for some flexibility with a big rig. The grass sites are very solid. It rained all day but driving on the grass was no problem at all. Our site overlooked the Bay of Fundy with a great view. We were here about ten years ago and look forward to another stay in the future.