Good utilities (sewer is at the rear of the site so ext. could be needed). The park is very clean and staff are friendly. Easy on and off freeway and not to noisy even though it is right next to it. We had a very long site, probably 80' and I like the curved entry into the sites. I feel it's really over priced for what it is and for the price the bathrooms are out-dated. It was a good spot for us to stay due to a Freightliner appointment early the next morning.
Good water and power. Wi-Fi slow, spaces are not overly large, it is well kept and clean. Lots of fulltime residents but nothing junk-wise. The middle levels are best to avoid noise. Too bad it's about he best park in the Portland area because it is far more expensive than it should be. (The price we show is for a two week stay.) But because it is a good place to stage while touring Portland and visiting friends we will be back.
Rate reflects monthly. We have stayed here a couple times. Easy on and off the freeway. But right next to the freeway so plenty of road noise to go around. Sites are OK size. Good power, a little light on water pressure but OK, good Wi-Fi. There are a lot of long term residents. One has a Harley that he is VERY proud of and revs the engine far more than he should be allowed to.
Very clean park, 3 nice dog parks, artificial turf at each site is a nice touch. WiFi is very poor and sites are very close together. In fact when you park your car chances are the front of it will be almost over your neighbors septic. Very strange. Pretty easy to tour the area from and we would probably stay here again if in the area even though it is a bit high for what it is. By that I mean the size of sites.
Rate reflects Passport America. Good place to stay to tour the area. Asphalt roads and sites, good power and water, sites are not very wide. Very clean park and nice staff. The kennel is a great touch if you want to board a pet. We would stay here again if in the area.
Good power, water & septic. Sites are not that wide. All gravel. Friendly staff and very helpful. Easy off and on freeway. A little high for what it is but a good place to stay to tour Santa Fe even though it's a bit outside of town.
The place is all gravel but very clean. In fact they water down the roads regularly to keep dust down. Nice touch. Good water, electric, and sewer. Bathrooms are dated but very clean. Very friendly staff. Great place to stay to tour the crater or to just rest. Nice sized sites.
Gravel lot on top of a hill. But a nice gravel lot with all pull through sites. Easy off and on the freeway. Close to town, good power, water & Wi-Fi. They don't want you to clean the front of your rig with a hose. Looked like a nice pool. Staff was very friendly. Great spot for a over night stop or a couple days.
A little older park and bathrooms are a bit dated but well taken care of. We had a pull through site and had plenty of room. Good power and water. A bus stops out front that makes it easy to get downtown. Friendly people. Right on part of the River Walk but it would be a 4 mile walk or bike ride. We certainly would stay there again if in the area.
We only spent one night but easy on/off the freeway. Good power and water & WiFi. Sports complex next door so if it happens to be time for a little league game, and the park is full of kids, it can be a bit noisy. Seemed to be uncontrolled by staff well after quiet time. But we would stay here again if passing through.
Dust bowl. If you can not get a site along the water keep on going period. There is a reason they tell you to pay in full at the time of reservation and no refunds unless the insurance is purchased. People would pull in and leave. We came in a 42' motorhome and think we were given the tightest spot in the park. We would not camp here again. MAYBE if we got a water front site, maybe. Way to high priced for what it is. Probably the 2nd worst park we have stayed at in the almost 2 years we have been fulltime on the road. So if my 4 isn't the second lowest rating we have given it should be changed LOL!! If they tell you sites 142, 143 or 144 run as fast as you can the other way. Be sure to ask the site number when you make reservations, if those 3 numbers come up DO NOT STAY!!
Probably the nicest private park we have ever stayed at. Fantastic clubhouse with pool, hot tub, weight room, sauna. VERY friendly staff! Far enough out of town to be very quiet yet close enough if needed. An easy drive to the beach also. I would give it a 10 but we like more tree's between sites giving privacy. Nice Nice Nice.
Nice patio's at sites, good power and water, good Wi-Fi, nice pool, great bathrooms. Bay views from site's, good location to tour the area from, friendly staff. I would rate it higher but for larger rigs there really isn't a great place to hook up your toad. And there could be a little more shrubbery between sites. They are developing more sites behind the office that most likely will not have views of the bay. We would stay here again if in the area.
Nice enough place and certainly a great place to stay while touring St. Augustine. Good Wi-Fi, power and water. I would say 99% of the sites are pretty darn level. There are places to walk your dog, but no dog run. The lower section is best to stay at to have least road noise, but you will still have some. Pretty easy to and from the freeway. Interior roads are not perfect by far, but not bad. I wouldn't call them good bike riding roads. Sites are ok size. We would rate it higher, but there is no separation between sites by shrubs or any vegetation which we like.
I'm not sure where all of the high scores are coming from, and I know when I read reviews and see one low score I don't pay attention to it but, a lot of the sites have branches so close that you can't put out slides but not all, I hate the dirty sand that is all through the park, some gravel would help a bunch, if your a larger MH I would unhook your toad before driving through. Nice bathrooms and walking trails, wifi is strong and water and electric is good however.
Nice park, nice long pull through's, big sites, easy to get around with large rigs, nice walking and biking trails, easy to get to Savannah from here and they have a shuttle on Friday and Saturdays. Bathrooms are older, but ok. Lots of trees so satellite is a no go, but they have cable so who cares. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate reflects a first time visitor deal. A lot of the sites are very private and of good size, everyone is very, very helpful and friendly, probably have trouble getting satellite, in most spots but cable is available. One end of the park does have some noise from a car wash so I would avoid that area. Nice walking and bike trail right outside the park, great place to stage and visit Hilton Head. We could stay here a month or 2 with no problem. We WILL go back.
Large park on very busy Hwy 17 - almost impossible to turn left out of the park, Trains - planes and automobiles, plenty of noise to go around. One half of the morning I went to the restrooms. I decided not to use them. Poor, poor, poor in my mind. Good, power and water, Ok sized sites. Satellite not available in a lot of sites, but they have cable. Nice dog run. Friendly staff. Might look elsewhere if in the area again.
I'll first stay that I have never given a 10 in the year we have been full timing and moving every week but I would give this campground a 9 1/2 if possible. Taking the 1/2 point away because no WiFi. Probably the nicest private campground we have been at with arge sites and the longest pull through I have ever seen. Great walking trail around the lake, very nice workers, great private bathrooms (probably the 2nd best we have ever seen), nice and quiet yet close to Myrtle Beach, nice pool and hot tub, even when it's full it does not feel that way. We would certainly stay there again.
Very easy to get to from the freeway. Nice sized sites, lots of pull throughs, good pet area, good power & water, great Wi-Fi. Friendly staff. Only one stool in the men's room but OK if it's not busy, No shade if it's hot but not a problem for us in Sept. Good looking pool and hot tub. W would stay here again if traveling 95.
Easy to get to, good electric, water & WiFi, and clean bathrooms. Sites are not huge but OK. On some sites you can't get satellite but they have cable. Friendly staff. For us it was a Great place to base and tour Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown.
Very friendly staff, good water and power, Wi-Fi a little weak at the far end of park but ok, great setting and quiet. Easy GREAT DOG park. Some people may want more for what is charged, but the well taken care of park and the quiet was worth it to us.
We stayed here to visit Hershey. Staff was friendly, most sites pretty level, some of the long term areas had some bad stuff mixed in, but did not hamper the front area of the park. Power and cable good - where we parked, we could not get Direct TV. Water had a bad smell, in fact, we rewashed cloths after we left the park that we washed while there.
Friendly staff, pretty level sites, good power water and Wi-Fi, good shade. I didn't like the laundry setup in bathrooms. They should fence in a area for pets in the large grassy area available for walking pets. There was steady noise from highway 78 but not bad. We stayed 9 days and got a weekly rate for 7 but full charge for the extra 2. Would have been a nice thing to have the rate averaged out for the 2 extra instead of getting hit full daily rate. Some parks do it. We would stay here again but not for a long stretch like this time. But it is a nice clean park. I would give this park a slightly lower rating on the West Coast.
Small adult park. Pretty easy to get level, some spots have decks, lower section is best for big rigs. Has good power, water, WiFi, a nice pet area, is close to things, yet out of town a bit. Loved watching the horse drawn buggies from our site. And we loved the area. We would go back if in the area.
Good base for touring Gettysburg. Friendly staff, good power and water, level gravel sites, older but clean restrooms that could use some new doors on the stalls. Fire rings pretty close to everything so pretty smoky on windless evenings. Popular family park, so lots of kids. Little store and ice cream shop is nice touch and putt putt golf. Not a place we would just go camp, but to tour from it was good. And the entrance is fine. No problem with our 40' motorhome and toad.
Not out type of park but a great place to base from to tour the area. Are there is a lot to see. Park has a nice walking area around a lake, 2 pools, putt putt golf, a fun barn. Power and water good, wifi slow but available, good Verizon, a couple nice camp stores, roads ok but boarder line however you can see they work on them, a family favorite in the area for sure so TON's of kids. They need to change whatever firewood they sell because it mainly smokes I think. Our sewage ran a bit up hill but not bad. We stayed for a week and found things to see each day outside the park.
One of the nicest state parks we have stayed at. Great lake, nice places to walk, good bathrooms, be sure to take the free boat tour, good power some have 30 and some have 50 amp, very good Wi-Fi for a state park. I would rate it higher but a couple of the tent spots basically share the RV site and we happened to have one of them OR I would give a 9 MAYBE just MAYBE a 10. Very helpful staff. Some people say they reserve a year in advance so beware; it is popular. We would certainly stay again but would plan ahead and pick a better spot.
We loved the park. We stayed in a 50amp full hookup spot. Fantastic bike riding and dog walking. Sites are not real close together, pretty level and good power and water. Nice lake, tennis courts and swimming pool close by even tho we didn't use them. Septic is at the back of the site but make it nice in my mind. Bathrooms are plenty good. Downsides for us,, no Verizon service, didn't get satellite but probably could have if we moved over one site. THE ROAD IN IS VERY BAD!! Narrow, sharp curves, mailboxes and guard rails right on the road. If not for the lack of cell service and the road in I would have given this park a 9. And I have NEVER given a 10 yet I don't think. The road would be fine for the more narrow trailers but our motorhome was tight tight tight.
The loop to the left as soon as you enter the park, has the best sites. That is not where we were put however. Interior roads are very poor, sites are gravel and pretty close together but not bad, poor drainage if it rains. WiFi was very poor, for us anyway. The restrooms are very nice, pool is nice, staff nice. Has good walking for pets. There is some freeway noise but again not bad. We would probably give the Horse Park a try if in the area again. Price reflects weekly rate.
Not where we would normally camp but it is a great spot to stay if visiting Graceland. No need to even drive anywhere. Good place to walk dogs right next to the park. Very secure and not bad to get to.
I could easily give it a 9, but we like out in the country and there is some road noise from a train track just outside the park. But nothing bad. Very well kept park, easy to get into, and level sites. The bathrooms are spotless. The staff is very helpful. Very good Wi-Fi. We would certainly stay here again if in the area. Very short drive to Mammoth Cave from here and, from what we saw, this is the best park in the area. We stayed here a week and enjoyed it.
Good Wi-Fi, water and electric. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Close to town, but far enough away to be quiet at night. That's the good, but this is the first campground in the last 8 months where I would not use the bathrooms. Gave them 2 chances, but no go with me. And if it rains the drainage is a no go. The place is a swamp. I would not call it overly big rig friendly, but it is certainly doable. We would probably camp someplace else next time and maybe even out in Townsend or Wear Valley.
Shaded level sites. Poor water pressure, but good enough. Wi-Fi seemed ok. Highest priced park we have ever stayed at but location, location, location, I guess. Shuttle service to downtown was nice. Park was far from full; but being the highest in the area caused that I guess, so it made it nice for us. Close to the Grand Ole Opry. Would stay here again, but next time we would probably pack our days more full and stay less time because of cost. I'm cheap. Laugh out loud!! Overall, good place.
Nice state park. Most of the sites would be no problem with our 40' motorhome but not all. WiFi was OK but not perfect but that didn't bother us. A loop would probably be better if you want 50amp but we stayed in C loop with 30 amp because we wanted a water front spot. Bathrooms in the C loop a old so in the mornings we opted to head over to the day use area where they seemed a bit better. Gets busy on the weekends but like most state parks GREAT on the weekdays!! We would come back.
Very nice state park. The restrooms were clean, power and water was good. Our spot was right on the lake. Lots of tree's so satellite was a no go for us. If you fish it's a great place even though we didn't see anyone catch anything. Being from out of state we didn't fish but enjoyed our stay. We would come back.
Good place to stay to check out Oklahoma City. The trees in our spot stopped us from having satellite TV, but cable is available. Good WiFi. Plenty of road noise to go around. If there is a tornado warning, dogs could not go in the shelter area. $36 is a bit high in my mind, but because of it's location, I won't complain much.
Easy on & off freeway, lots of room for big rigs, good WiFi, ok bathrooms. They certainly do not enforce the speed limit. You can hear the freeway but it's easily drowned out by some of the screaming kids that obviously live here full time. There are plenty of bikes, trikes, big wheels and scooters to go around just make sure you don't run over one of them that are left in the roads. Pool was not working, I get it because it is early May but why not the hot tub. Priced to high for what it is. With that said if I were to pass by again I would use it for a overnight stop.
As mentioned Mesquite is probably the best area and deepest in the canyon. Great views, tons of hiking trails, no internet except maybe At&t I hear but no Verizon. The road in isn't as bad as you might hear. It would be better if you could pick your own camping site instead of having them assigned.
Restrooms are probably the nicest we have ever run across. The office staff is very friendly and helpful. Nice sized spaces. Never could hook up to wi-fi even though they say it's available, but not a big deal to us. The daily rate is too high for what it is in my mind so we paid for a month and stayed for 2 weeks and it averaged out to a good rate for us. $220 a week but $200 per month, figure that out LOL. I have seen more dogs off leash than anyplace we have ever stayed. That's its only ding from me. But we certainly like the park.
We stayed in the reservable dry camping area in the Pegeses loop #18. There is a place to get potable water but no dump station. The dry camping sites take a little effort to get level in, but well worth the effort to us. Great hiking and one of the top places we have been. If you like quiet this is a great place!! We would certainly come back again and would recommend it to our closest friends. We planned for four nights but stayed for seven.
Easy on off freeway. Easy parking, friendly staff, shopping close by with car. Basically a gravel lot with hookups. Good for a night passing through. Probably the most noise we have experienced in a park so far between the freeway and the railroad, but certainly doable. But if passing through we would stay here again.
People are very friendly in the park. The park is on a hillside so views are good. Nice club house. There is a workshop available. Propane on site. Good walking trails just outside the park. We intended to stay a week but stayed 2 weeks. We will most certainly be back. If there was shade I would have rated it higher. There is free wifi in the club house.
We stayed in a spot on the ridge. Good view of Laughlin. Some interior sites are larger. The ridge spots are borderline too close together for me. The back area with some of the residents is a eye sore. But overall was OK. A week was long enough for me, however.
Maybe we have not stayed at a lot of parks but this one is in the top 3 that we have ever stayed at. We stayed in spot 35 which gave us a perfect lake view out of our windshield. The town of Pahrump didn't really float our boat but the park sure did. We stayed for a week but almost convinced ourselves to stay another week. A real gem!
Restrooms and laundry are very clean. Staff in the office is very friendly and helpful, full of information. Office hours are a little lacking but OK. Lots of permanent residents and they get the prime river view lots it seems. Would be nice if they kept a few available for travelers. Great location to visit the gorge or Portland,, either one. Easy to get to off the freeway. Like others have said; use exit 17. No park gets higher than a 7 in my book unless I can BBQ outside without sitting next to sewer next door.
Restrooms are clean, staff was friendly, spaces seemed average size for this type of park. Very few long term residents, Wi-Fi was fair. We have stayed here twice now and would stay again if in the area.
This is a remote campground. Gravel 1 lane road with turnouts for entry. A couple sites will hold a 40ft RV. Tight turn for 40ft but doable. Very quiet and close to a lake. Clean restrooms,, no showers, sewer or water. We will go back. It is halfway between Lakeview and Bly.
Everything is clean and neat. Has a very friendly staff. It is easy to maneuver, has a nice view. There is plenty to do in the area. The only thing that stops it from being a 9 or 10 is that if full, the sites are not private. But obviously we don't mind because we have stayed here twice and WILL without a doubt stay here again in our 40 footer.