This park is nice to camp in if you are visiting the Charleston area. It is not on an island or plantation but is conveniently located right off of I-26, about 20 miles to downtown. The campground is shaded and quiet, even though it is right on Hwy 78. There is no cable TV but antennas pick up the major channels. Sites are adequate, but not paved. there is a paved patio and table at every site. We stayed in a 37' motorhome towing a car and it was tight. I would return for a short-term and reasonably priced place to stay while in the area.
Like all other Outdoor Resort properties around the country, St. Lucie West was wonderful. Sites are privately owned (with the exception of the "new area" in which they are currently for sale). This makes the resort well kept and there are many activities planned every week. There are tennis courts, swimming pools, and a short, 14 hole, par 3 golf course in which you can play for free. Sites are concrete, very level and are power-washed when each person leaves. Grounds are immaculately kept. The resort is .5 mi from the Mets spring training stadium and there are many things to do within 2 miles. It is located right off of I-95 and is minutes from the ocean. I would definitely recommend this resort to all who own a newer motorhome (no other type of RV is allowed). Costs are on par for S FL, $65 per night or $1250.00 per month. The only downside was you may not put up a satellite dish on a tripod, must be attached to top of RV. Cable TV is provided.
Things were looking great when we registered at this RV park when they told us the owner is here and there is a wine tasting tomorrow at 3:30. To our disappointment, they moved it ahead 2 hrs at the last minute and had no way to notify the 300+ campers, we missed it. The park was well kept and clean. Most everyone we encountered was friendly and helpful. There is a paved walking, biking path around the perimeter of the park which is about 1 mi, this was a big plus for anyone who tries to exercise on the road. The park is covered with avocado and mango trees, yours for the picking, as long as you are here during the season in which there is fruit. We were not, fall is the harvesting season. The park is located where there are many tree and produce farms and fruit stands are a plenty. We stayed in one of their “super sites” which has about 30 extra feet of grass and trees in front of the site. The sites are extremely narrow, about 10’ between each RV. Every site has a paved patio but ours happened to be the only one without because of the large electrical pole (site 122). Sites are grass but very level, didn’t have to use any leveling apparatus. This park was a KOA 9 yrs ago yet they still honor the KOA discount and the Good Sam discount. That put our stay on a super site to $58 plus tax per night. During the end of January, there was no noise and plenty of friendly campers here for the entire winter. We would definitely return.
This campground was a jewel in disguise. The website doesn't do it justice. We read a good review and gave it a try since it is the cheapest RV Park in the Niagara Falls area. The owner was so friendly and accommodating, basically no strict rules that make some places a hassle. All sites are paved and pretty level. The pull-through sites are the longest I have seen. Satellite comes in with some tweaking unless you happen to be in one of the many sites with a clear view of the south. There are enough trees to make it cool and relaxing, along with grass, fire rings, and picnic tables between sites. We enjoyed our week long stay and would definitely return.
This KOA was a good place to stay for about a week while visiting Chicago and surrounding areas. It was clean and had pull-throughs to accommodate big rigs towing. All staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful. The WiFi worked great but there was no cable TV and it was a little tricky to get our satellite to pick up a good signal but it eventually worked. It got quite full on the weekend because I guess it is considered in the "country" since it is about 50 mi from the city. Note: traffic on 90 from the campground into Chicago is a mess, even during the middle of the week. I would return for a week or less.
We enjoyed our week stay at this campground. Finally, the sites were spacious enough to relax along side our motorhome without being right on top of the neighbor. The atmosphere is peaceful and relaxing with many pine trees to shade your site. WiFi and cable worked great and facilities were clean. The location is ideal to visit Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, and the town of Deadwood. Our pull-through site was pretty level, even though we were on a huge slope. I definitely would return.
We absolutely loved this RV park. The owners were the most friendly and accommodating we have met. The park was immaculately kept with plenty of amenities. The Wi-Fi worked very well. There was no cable TV but our satellite came in with no problem. We camped in a 37' motorhome towing a car on a tow dolly and had plenty of room. The small natural lake provided swimming, kayaking, paddle boating, and fishing. There is a nice deck and fire pit along side the lake for gathering plus each site had its own fire pit. A foosball and ping pong table along with a giant chess set are offered for entertainment. The many little "extras" the owners have provided make Blue Lake a top rated place to relax and enjoy nature. It is close to the Canadian border and many other places to take day trips. We will definitely return.
The Rocky Mt RV Park had one of the most crammed sites we have experienced. There was grass between sites but not enough to even put out a lawn chair. I could hold my arms out between rigs and touch both slides. The sites were long enough to park a 37' motor-home, tow dolly pushed under the rig, and a small car parked behind. We were in a standard site that overlooked the town and mountains, with a great view. The deluxe and premium sites were on the upper level and appeared to be a little larger but cost $10 more per night. It was very dusty when we were here since there is no pavement anywhere in the park. The only plus is it was very convenient to the north entrance to Yellowstone and there are many rafting companies in the town. I probably would not return.