This was the second time we have been to this RV resort. We love it there. It is right beside the Zoo so you do hear some of the animals during the day. The sites are a good size all paved. WiFi is available for $20 a month (Free in the clubhouse). WiFi was very good. Heated pool was great. There are 2 pools, but the one in the "old" section seems to be the most popular. The whole resort is beautiful and very well maintained. There is vegetation between the sites which gives an illusion of privacy. Everyone is very friendly. Lots of activities as well. There is some traffic noise if you are close to the front of the resort.
This is a nice resort with large and wide sites and beautiful mature trees. The sites are not paved, but there is a pad with a picnic table. WiFi is only available on the deck in the clubhouse. There is a small restaurant on site, but we found it inconsistent. It depends on who is doing the cooking. There is a small store as well, which is handy for an emergency. We found that there was a bit of division between the French speaking and the English speaking community here. We speak very little French so it was difficult to communicate. The resort is about 8 miles from beautiful beaches. Shopping is also fairly close.
We came to this park because of the reviews we had read. The park when you come in looks nice, with wide sites. Check in was fast and very friendly. We were escorted to our site which was great. Our concern was that the road is very narrow. A few times we had to drive over the curb a bit. Our site was paved which was nice. Again the road is pretty narrow so we drove over the grass to get our rig in. There is a bit of a dip in the front and the back of the pad. WiFi is free but very slow to none. The sites are fairly narrow when compared to the sites in the front. Swimming pool was empty, but as we were told it isn't heated it did not matter. You do hear traffic noise. Our biggest concern were the narrow roads. With a 40ft RV you do need a bit of room.
We stayed at this campground for one night. The check-in process was very friendly, and we were given some information of things to see in the area. We were told that there was Internet, but that they needed the computer address so they could hook it direct to the router. We were escorted to our site, which was in an open field (no problem) The sites are very long, but narrow. Not too bad with the leveling. We had a 50 amp service as we were told we could not have the water heater on the 30 amp. if the breaker would trip and they would have to reset we would have to pay an extra $10.00. When we went to the office to give them our computer info we were told it would cost $2.00. Internet was very slow and timed out. In the morning I tried to get on the Internet at 6 AM and they had kicked us off the router already. The owner of the campground said it should not have happened. He also defended this very antiquated system and the charges. Would we stay here again? Not sure. Campground owners have to realize that Internet is very important for most people these days.
This campground was recommended to us by some people we had met earlier in the week. I made the reservation and was asked if we had a window in the back. The check-in was very friendly and quick. We were escorted to our site and brought in with our back window facing the Bay of Fundy. The sites are pretty level, there is good space between the sites and the view is great. Internet is slow. The road 111 is a very windy and up and down road, but the big thing is that the road was VERY rough. Patched pavement on top of patched pavement. This road may be scenic, but it certainly is not enjoyable. The other thing one needs to be aware of is that there is NO DIESEL available in St. Martins. You need to drive to St. John or Sussex which is not exactly next door. GPS says there is an Irving next to the camping, but that has been closed for some time. I would recommend this camping, just make sure you have enough fuel (diesel) to get to a gas station.
On the plus site, the check-in was very good and the lady who checked us in was very friendly and informative. We had a pull- through site in the main area out in the open, which was fine; we had a nice view of the small golf course that belongs to the park. The location of the park is also very good, close to Yarmouth, the Evangeline and the Lighthouse trail. On the negative site, the sites are grassy (lots of mosquitoes) and not level. We could live with that, however the 30 amp service was very up and down. The alarm sounded regularly. If we wanted to use the toaster oven we had to turn certain other things off. Internet is also very off and on, even though we were told that we were in the area of the campground that had strong internet service. We would stay here again, but we would hope they would fix the hydro. We were lucky we did not need the air conditioner.
We had made reservations at this campground back in April for 2 pull through sites for 2 5th wheel trailers. I felt a uncomfortable as we did not get a confirmation # or an email confirming our reservation, they also did not need a credit card to hold. I did call the 2 days before to reconfirm our reservations. The check in was OK, but we did not get what we had asked for. We had one pull through (sort of) and our friends had to back in after we had gone through their site. The sites are narrow. The sites are divided by small trees and bushes. We had to tie a rope to the tree to keep the branches from scratching the paint. We could put the main awning out, but not the smaller one. The truck had to be parked beside the trailer (had to be careful that the doors would not touch the trailer.) The laundromat is OK, but the machines are old and well used. Would we stay here again? Maybe, as it is close to Halifax, Eastern passage, and Peggy's cove.
We picked this park because of its proximity to the Cabot Trail. The park is fine. The sites are NOT level. Our auto level system could not handle it. We were traveling with friends, and we got 2 pull throughs side by side facing each other, and we shared the space in between. Wi-Fi is iffy as it comes and goes. Check in was very friendly, and the laundromat is clean with lots of machines. The sites are narrow with not a lot of room to walk around your RV. We were there for 7 nights, and we did enjoy it.
We enjoyed this park. It is the second time we stayed here. The park is well kept and clean. We decided to get a premium site which is $10.00 a day more. The premium site gives you lots of room and a lovely view of the bay. The only thing I wished for is that we could have parked with the back window of the fifth wheel to face the bay. Other than that it is a great camping, close to Charlottetown, etc. Would stay here again.
A good park close to the interstate, so there is traffic noise. Lots are roomy as it looks like the park was supposed to be a housing project that did not get off the ground. There are curbs to the entrance of the sites.sites are level. Very friendly people and we got an escort to our site. They serve free coffee and pastry in the morning. Internet very good. Would stay there again when passing through.
A good little park for an overnight. It is an older camping so the lots are quite narrow, but there is enough room for the slides. The lots are fairly level. The owners are very friendly. Wi-Fi is available in the community room and in the sites close to the community room. The majority of sites seems to be for permanent residents. Close to I-44 but traffic noise wasn't bad.
We came here because of one of the reviews. It was OK. We only hooked up to the electric. Of course the RV's are close together, and it is not really a place to sit outside, unless you sit by the little creek that runs behind the RV sites. A little bus drives around and will give you a lift to the casino. The truck parking lot was full, but it didn't bother us as we had the air conditioner on. Can't beat the price. We would stay there again.
Clean park, gravel sites, paved roads, well maintained. The roads are a bit narrow, but are OK. Pool was closed. Very friendly service. We found it a bit pricey at $42.50 (with Good Sam discount plus taxes). Internet coupon only good for 4 hours. We missed the entrance the first time driving by. The best way is to take exit 242 from I-25 to 550 then turn left at 528 and it is about 1/2 mile on the left site. Walmart close by. The auto museum is on the same property.
We decided to come here because of previous reviews. We were certainly not disappointed. i had called ahead to make sure a site was available. When we got there the manager was waiting outside to welcome us. its a clean park with gravel lots. full hookup, hydro is extra. The view of the lake and mountains is great. 4.30 is happy hour, BYOB, but the hostess provided stuffed peppers. internet is the best we've had. All the expensive parks we've been to internet was terrible. We would most certainly come back here. A walk to the lake is nice as well.
We love this park. This is the second year for us. The resort has changed management. I understand from a few reviewers that last year from March onwards, things weren't so great. This park is neat, well kept. Has different size sites, but all pretty private. All sites have cement slabs and are very level. Each site has its own landscaping, as the sites are individually owned. The park is close to the beach and has beach access. Our site this year, is on the main pond which has lots of birds, ducks and turtles. Our favorite park by far. Wi-Fi is by Tengointernet. We are staying here for 2 months.
It is a big park with cottage rentals and a lot of permanent guests. Our site was by the recreation building. Our site was pretty narrow. We had a difficult time trying to get our fifth wheel placed so that we could extend our slides without hitting either the post or have the tree branches against the side or have the wheels against the cement pads on which a small picnic table is located. We decided to go for the tree branches. Our site was also not level, which was a problem as we do not have hydraulic levelers. Utilities work well, Internet is good. But also be aware you are very close to I-35 and the noise is constant.
We were on the road and about 45 minutes away. I called in to see if they had any pull through available. They asked if we were members of coast to coast. We are not. Apparently you need to be a member of this in order to camp here. Too bad, as it did not leave us much time to find other RV places and read reviews. I gave it a rating of 5 because we did not see the restricted access anywhere
A lovely little camping. We came here because of the reviews we had read, we were not disappointed. The campground was all decorated for Christmas. it is hilly, but the sites are level. Escort to site. The site was clean and the camping looks well kept. We stayed for 2 nights. Would definitely come back. Close to shopping, some sight seeing and restaurants.
We stopped here for 2 nights. it is ideal for us to de-winterize our trailer and to provision. Shopping is 5 min away. We stayed here in March as well to winterize our trailer. They are very conveniently located just off the highway. There is highway noise, but we did not mind as it was so convenient. The sites are gravel and pretty level. The camping is well kept and clean. Easy in and out. Staff is very friendly. I have to say I would not spend my vacation there, but for a couple of days to get organized it is ideal. We definitely will come back.
A very nice RV park near Shreveport on W.70th St. Easy in and out. Clean and well kept. Very friendly. All sites have either table and chairs or picnic tables. There is a little store with RV supplies. We stayed for 2 nights and would come back. Close to shopping and restaurants. There is a bit of traffic noise from I-20, but it depends which way the wind blows. We did not find it bothersome at all. We would definitely come back.