We have stayed here many times and have never been disappointed. It is like coming home. I just relax as soon as I get there. Where to begin? Sites are great! We stay in the lower section near the French mountain Playhouse. The sites are more open than up top. We find the sites below to be bigger, but up top they are more wooded. It's a preference, but all the sites are nice. Bathhouses are great - never dirty, lots of showers. There are many activities to do for young and old. Convenient to Lake George and Great Escape. The hiking trails are great. The roads are all paved, so good for bike riding, ripstickicking, and skate boarding. The price is a little steep, especially if you are going for a week, but it is well worth it.
This campsite was located on the lovely island of Ile d'Orleans. It was rated in Camping Quebec as 5 stars, and was advertised as being the only 5 star campground in all of Quebec. We had very high hopes in going there. The website shows lovely, bucolic pictures of the river. We requested a 50 amp site. There are only 3 50 amp sites in the entire campground, and none of them are more than 40 feet long. When most campers that need 50 amps are big rigs, that makes no sense. The 50 amp sites were also at the entry to the campground, away from the bucolic views of the river. The firepit was squeezed into an area next to trees that was so tight, that we couldn't fit everyone around it. There was WIFI, but it didn't reach to our campsite. There was no TV, and the showers were $1/8 minutes. We were expecting so much more from this 5 star campground.
Sites were big. There is a driving range on site, and our site was right across the street, so that was fun to do. Well located for Montreal. The showers were pay, $0.25/minute, which is kind of steep. They were clean though. Easy access from the highway. The sites in front tended to have some road noise. We walked to the back sites and they were very buggy, so I guess it is a trade-off. No TV, but excellent WIFI. The WIFI was $4/day for up to 2 devices, which is pretty good. We were happy with our stay here, and would recommend it.
The campground was great. Cleanest bathroons that I have ever seen! The showers were $1 for 8 minutes, and believe me, 8 minutes was plenty of time to shower. The water was extremely strong. The sites were big, lots of grass. There were hiking trails, a stream runs through it, and there is a pond on site. Two negatives, the WIFI, although free, didn't reach to our site. We went to the office and it was fine. And, no TV. A small word of caution that the road that you need to take to get to the campground, Route 138, is VERY hilly. We were unprepared for the number of hills and white-knuckled it both ways (to and from the campground). If you are hauling a 5th wheel or travel trailer, make sure your holding tanks are completely empty. You don't need the extra weight going up or down the hills! All in all a good campground. Really nice area too.
BIG RIGS BEWARE!!!! We were really looking forward to staying here. The website makes it look great, but we were very disappointed. This campground is not big rig friendly. The roads are very treacherous to get in and out of, with sharp turns, narrow roads, and low, overhanging branches. We have a 38 ft. 5th wheel. We had a pull though site, which was nice, but I would only recommend pull throughs for big rigs. The back ins are very difficult to get into. The bathhouses charge $0.25 for 8 minutes of water, with no way to adjust the temperature. There were a huge number of seasonal sites, some very old and run down. There were also a lot of tent sites. The management didn't seem to enforce the quiet hours. The campground was very rustic and you really felt like you were camping. We can cross this one off of our list.
We have stayed here many times and always had a great time. They recently left KOA and are now independent, so I was curious to see if there would be any changes. I don't notice anything negative, still the same quality. They were President and Founders award winners previously under KOA. A few words about the facilities and sites. Showers - best I have ever seen. Each shower in the satellite buildings is a little spa - log cabins, private entrance, sink, toilet and shower all together - they were huge and super clean. I used one right before it was due to be clean, and I couldn't tell it hadn't been cleaned for 24 hours. WIFI - spotty at best. Site - we stayed in V10 - it was narrow and not level. We were with a group, and they all complained about how hard it was to level. They need to upgrade the sites and relevel them. The only other complaint was the gravel on the main roads. Tough to walk on and impossible for the kids to ride bikes. They have a restaurant on site which is pretty good. Two pools - both with giant slides. The dog park is in a ditch - it is a little odd - but our dogs loved it - running up and down the sides!
This is our third time camping here. It is very convenient to our home, so we usually use this campground as our first night out in the spring. I am not sure we will be going back. First the good - the sites are nice. We always camp in the newer section - the Rs - because we have a large 5th wheel. A lot of amenities for kids and adults. Lots of activities. The bad - the section that we stay in has no or very limited Wi-Fi. I couldn't get on it the entire weekend. It is the furthest from the office and a new area, so maybe the is the issue. Last year, stayed closer in to the office and had spotty Wi-Fi. The showers were not clean at all. The showers have outside entrances, so every shower stall was muddy when we went to use them, since people had tracked in dirt on their shoes. It is so convenient, it may be hard to pass up coming, but there are other campgrounds around.
The campground was great. Lots of activities, clean bathhouses, great store, on-site RV repair. I would rate it a 10 if it wasn't for the other campers. First, golf carts are everywhere! And at night, there is a golf cart parade on the road near the beach, where people drive up and down for hours on end, so much so that you can't even cross the road to get to the beach. Second, our cooler was stolen. Not a big deal, but you don't expect this at a campground. I've never experienced any theft or crime at any campground. Other unpleasant incidents occurred as well. So the take away from this, is if you are looking for a campground with nice people who normally populate campgrounds, this is not the place for you.
Campground was nice. It was Christmas week so it was very quiet and not a lot of the amenities were open. No complaints though! We had a site that was very close to the beach and close to the bath houses. The campground is very centrally located to North Myrtle beach. The sites are big, and each has their own wooden structure over the picnic table. This would be good in the summer, for shade. Everyone was very nice, and the campground was nicely kept up. Lots of golf carts, but if you are a transient, you can't rent them, which is a little bit of a disappointment, but other that, the campground was great.