Rockwood has a great location for access to St. John and the surrounding area. The campground is located in Rockwood City Park. The main campground location where we stayed was very level and nicely graveled. Only drawback was water tended to pool after heavy rain but not muddy. No problem for DirecTV reception. Only found one TV station over the air. Cost wise this is one of the best deals in New Brunswick. Attendant at check in booth was very friendly and helpful. We used this as our hub for Sussex, St Martins and the Kingston Peninsula. We stayed here for two weeks and would stay here again.
We enjoyed our 2 week stay. We had the best site with clear view across the lake to the Bay of Fundy. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Very quiet and serene. The Wi-Fi worked very well. 30 and 50 amp services available. The sites and roads could have used more gravel. We would definitely stay here again.
This is still a park under construction. Most of the site construction is complete along with the laundry/bath house, minigolf and waterpark/swimming pool. I believe they were constructing an office/snack bar when we were there. All sites and roads were gravel. There were small grass areas between the sites along with new trees. Sites were quite adequate. Utilities were well placed. Laundry was clean with newer machines. There was a trash can on each site and was picked up daily. Reception was not a problem for DirecTV. Our only negative was the office was staffed with teenagers who were unable to answer simple questions.
We were going to stay for one day and stayed for a week. Loved waking up in the morning and looking out the front window at the ducks and geese on the pond. The owners were great to talk to with much information on the area and knew all the good restaurants. Showers worked well. Laundry machines were spotlessly clean but there was only one washer and one dryer. No cable TV but if you don't have an antennae they have them installed at the sites. The rate was Passport America. Whenever we are in the area again we will definitely stay at Cain's Creekside RV Park.
Rate is weekly rate plus tax. We are staying here for 2 weeks. The park is quiet and seems quite secure. Each vehicle gets a remote to operate the gated entrance. Most of the sites are seasonal but there are a couple sites available. Everybody we have met is quite friendly. Sat at the river yesterday and watched several eagles fishing. We are about 50 feet from railroad tracks but have not seen any train since we got here 5 days ago. Paved rail/trail is beside the tracks. Owner is very friendly and helpful. If space is available here when we are in the area we will stay here again.
This campground is a field with pavilions and a pond behind the Shriners main building. The sites on the right side had water-50A electric-sewer and the left side had water-30A electric and no sewer. There are 4 sewer dumps along the entrance road. Our site was too short for our 40' motor home so we parked sideways across the site. No cable tv but the reception on the antennae was extremely good. No problem for DirecTV. There were showers and restrooms but we did not use them. Not far from Interstate highway but noise was negligible. Great place for a good nights sleep. Easy access to Macon. Our rate was Passport America. Will definitely stay here again.
The entrance and park road were impressive with the brick paving. The swimming pool looked very nice. The sites were nothing to get excited about. This may be because the sites are for sale and the new site owner can finish it the way they want. There were two park models but they had two entry doors in each one and I would assume they were renting out bedrooms. Dogs were not on a leash including the owner's dog. Unless you are there to fish there isn't much else else in Carrabelle. A better bet would be to stay around Apalachacola if you can. As previously stated Papa Joe's restaurant is excellent. St. George Island is also easily accessed from Apalachacola area. We stayed here on a Passport America rate. We won't stay here again.
The staff was very friendly and welcoming. We were guided to our site. The site was a long pull through and easy to enter and exit. The showers, restrooms, and laundry were very nice. Our site was located on the office side rather than on the lake side. All utilities worked well. We will definitely stay at this campground when in the area.
The rate is based on a weekly rate. We stayed here for 2 weeks. Very well maintained park. The management does it's best to accommodate extended stays. Utilities were very well placed. Convenient to shopping. Park is well placed for going to different scenic mountain drives, WA state ferries, and the islands. A small amount of road noise, very little aviation noise but a lot of train horns. Some train horns are loud and can occur all hours of the day or night. The horns are not bad enough that we wouldn't stay here again.
We had an overnight stay at this park. The personnel were very friendly and helpful. Access to the site was good. The utilities were reasonably well placed. The park was quiet. Not a lot of space between sites, but they were adequate. When in the area we will definitely stay here again.
We enjoyed our time in this park. We were in site 122. The Wi-Fi was strong and fast. The frontage road is a little noisy during the day, but not a problem when sleeping. The cable TV worked well. Front desk personnel were very friendly and helpful. Good paved roads and sites. This site was very large. The Yakama Nation restaurant at the site was very good. The wine tour in the Yakima Valley was excellent with friendly hosts and great wine. We will definitely stay at this park when in the area again.
Very nice city park located on the edge of town, within walking distance of stores and restaurants. Very nice new hookups. Had to pull into space to access Direct TV with roof mounted satellite dish because there are a lot of pine trees throughout the park. The worst thing about this park is the lack of grass. Parking area is gravel but the rest of the area is very dusty dirt that tracks into the RV. We will stay here again if in the area.
Nice city park at the south end of town along route 281. Concrete pads for RV. 50 amp service available. We were there for 3 days because it was a nice park. Dump station available in the park. Watched the girls fast pitch softball tournament at the park's ball fields and then the kids on their horses in a gymkhana at the park rodeo grounds. The first 3 nights are free for a donation and then it is $10 per night. Rate listed is a donation amount per each night we stayed. Large circular drive in park makes easy in and out for 39' motorhome and toad. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Will definitely stay here again.
Most sites are very level. Free Wi-Fi worked very well. Most sites are partially shaded. Owner was very friendly and helpful. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Easy in and out pull through sites. Will definitely stay here again.
There isn't any grass or shade trees but Rawlins doesn't have much of that anywhere. Nice level sites. Easy in and out pull through sites with room for toad. The showers are nice but could use a little more light. Diesel readily available by campground. Very windy late afternoon storm but not dusty. Will definitely stay here again.
This is one of the quietest campgrounds around. You can see the interstate but you don't hear it. Free driving range for guests. Easy in and out. We stopped for one night and stayed for three. The rate is for Escapees members. Regular rate is $24. The views are great. A couple good restaurants about 5 blocks away. Nearest grocery store is 34 miles. Flying J is at Snowville exit if needed.