Nice park on the North side of Wichita - easy access from Hwys.135 & 96. Gravel roads, and long, roomy pull-through sites, with some shade trees. Escort to site; friendly staff. Large "pet walk" with grass across from back row, Row D - great for our two Labs. If visiting Wichita, we will stay here again.
Easy access from Hwy. 54. Gravel roads & long, fairly level, pull-through gravel sites. No one in office until after 5 p.m. - we just chose a site, then went to the Office at 5:00 to register. Park was dusty from all the gravel; and noisy trains ran nearby all night. Park had some pretty landscaping - paved walking path and paved sidewalk along grass-covered pet-walk area. This was fine for an overnight, and we would stay here again.
$27 rate was for water/electric, no cable or WiFi. Easy access from I-40. Level, gravel roads & long, pull-through gravel sites with some grass in between. Small pet-walk with grass - watch out for prickly "goat-heads" if you walk your dog elsewhere. Nice little on-site restaurant, which will deliver to your RV. We would stay here again.
Level, gravel roads; long gravel, pull-through sites. We didn't use their cable - you had to unplug your TV wires & attach to a box. We got a few channels with our antenna, instead. Some residents had "stuff" sitting outside their RVs, and one dog was tied-outside - alone and barking. However, this park had one of the best fenced Dog Parks we've run across - large, shady, with grass, bag dispenser & benches! For this reason, I'd overlook the minor negatives and stay here again.
Quiet park, away from the noise & crowds of Moab, yet short drive to town, and Arches N.P. Level, gravel roads & sites. Sites fairly roomy with some grass & trees in between. Park is a few blocks off the Hwy., and our GPS missed Spanish Trail Road - we had to call for directions. Management needs to put up some "Camping" signs. There is a large open area (Fairgrounds) behind the park - great for dog walking. We would stay here again.
Very nice, well-maintained park. Roomy, level, gravel sites with shade trees & some grass in between. Quiet location on the outskirts of town, with great views of huge red cliffs from the rear of the park. TV reception, working WiFi, and plenty of room to walk my dogs; plus a great Gift Shop! We would stay here again.
Well-maintained park; level, gravel roads & sites. Sites shady & fairly tight, but OK; some grass between sites. Separate area for campers with ATVs. ATV trails nearby, but park itself was quiet. Cable and working WiFi. A small fenced, dirt "dog walk;" also plenty of room to walk them nearby. We would stay here again.
Quiet park in rural setting with mountain views, just off Hwy. 89. Good location to visit Zion and Bryce Nat. Parks. Gravel roads & fairly level gravel sites. This park could use some TLC - at some sites the water and/or electric was not in working condition. This meant we had no next-door neighbor, which was OK with us. Plenty of room to walk my dogs, with grass and shade trees. Working WiFi, and some pretty, friendly horses. We would stay here again.
Quiet park surrounded by National Forest. Entrance via a Forest Service Road is rough - go slowly! Escort to site; friendly staff. Some sites very tight - we lucked out and got a roomy one. My dogs loved the Pet Walk trail in the forest - we even saw a Kaibab Squirrel. Lovely drive to the Grand Canyon North Rim. We would stay here again.
Gravel roads, roomy (long & wide) gravel sites. Ours was on quite a slope, though - we used several blocks to level. Staff was friendly & helpful. We arrived on a Sun. afternoon, and trash cans were overflowing - trash all over the ground. There was no place to walk my dogs except on gravel, which they don't like much. Because of this, and the trash, we probably would not stay here again.
RV Park in town, behind Quality Inn. You check in at Quality Inn Front Desk. Long, level, gravel, pull-through sites and paved roads. No WiFi or TV reception. As others mentioned, there were 3 dogs running loose. I reported this to the clerk at the Front Desk, who still acted surprised, and I doubt if anything was done. I took my dogs to the one small area with grass near the entrance. The trash can there was overflowing (yuk). This Park was OK for an overnight, but we would not stay here again.
Nice, quiet Park on frontage road, across Hwy 160 from Mesa Verde entrance. Level, gravel, pull-through sites with great views. Good TV reception and working WiFi. Washer/dryers were outside, but clean & in working order. Large, fenced dog run, plus plenty of "grassy areas" to walk them. Friendly, new Owners are renaming this park "Ancient Cedars @ Mesa Verde RV Resort." We would stay here again.
Nicely landscaped KOA, with easy access from Hwy.160. Gravel roads, and fairly level, though somewhat tight, gravel sites. Escort to site; friendly, helpful staff. Pool, mini-golf, and 2 dog parks (large & small dogs). WiFi worked for me. We enjoyed our stay here, and would stay again.
No-frills RV Park; no Wi-Fi or TV reception. Level, gravel sites with picnic table & fire ring. Sites close together (we had no immediate "neighbors" so had room). Very close (3- 4-miles) from Great Sand Dunes entrance. Park has awesome views - Great Sand Dunes and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Also an on-site restaurant with great "home-made" pies. We would stay there again.
$27 includes $7 daily Park Entrance Fee. Electric hookup only. Very nice campground below Dam, on Lake Hasty; it was quiet and peaceful on a weekday in Sept. Easy access off U.S. Hwy. 50. Spacious gravel sites, level, long and wide. We would stay here again.
Clean park with long, level, fairly wide, gravel pull-thru sites with grass in between. Woodall's directions were misleading - park is on North side of U.S. 50 (Wyatt Earp Blvd.), about 3 miles West of Boot Hill attractions. Roads were rather rough, with large gravel; but there were plenty of "grassy" areas to walk my dogs. We would stay here again.
$9 price reflects Senior National Park Pass. We camped in Site 145 in Cedar Ridge Loop, 50-amp electric; as the full-hookup sites were already taken. 145 is a long (81') site with lots of room and privacy (trees) on both sides; also across from the restroom/showers. Sites are paved, with gravel for picnic table and fire ring. Many sites, ours included, have quite a slope from front to back! Be sure to bring blocks to back up on. This campground was clean, grass was mowed; restrooms just OK - hot water in the shower. It was quiet during the week. We would definitely stay there again if in the area.
Clean, well-kept RV park in a quiet, country setting. Roomy pull-through sites in a park-like setting. We saw deer across from our site; also a small private catch-and-release fishing lake. Friendly Owners live on premises, otherwise no permanent residents. Grassy areas plus a pretty trail in the woods - great for walking my dogs. Worth the 8-mile-drive (on 2-lake road) from West Plains. We enjoy staying here when in the area, and will return.
Easy access from I-55. Long, level, gravel pull-through sites. Friendly staff; escort to site. Clean, basic, no-frills park. Plenty of room to walk our dogs. Don't miss Lambert's Café (about a mile west of Park), great food, and they'll throw your rolls to you! We always stay here when passing through the area.
Very nice park; paved roads, level grassy sites with fair room between. Sites are back-in, back-to-back. Large grassy area to walk dogs; they even provide "pick-up bags". Great location to attractions, and friendly staff will arrange a shuttle to downtown, Opry, etc.; like having a concierge. We'd definitely stay here again.
When we arrived their credit card machine was broken. Luckily, we had cash. Easy access from I-65; fairly level pull-throughs; would be very tight if you have neighbors on both sides (we didn't). Looks like this had once been a pretty park that now could use some serious TLC. Very nice lady at front desk, along with good grassy area for dog walking, made this park OK for us. If you stay here, sure to check out Marcy Jo's Mealhouse (from the Joey & Rory show) down the road in Pottsville. It makes this park worth an overnight stop.
Easy access from I-75. Nice, clean park; good roads, level gravel pull-throughs, with adequate room between sites. Individual showers. Friendly, helpful staff. Shade trees and grassy areas to walk dogs. We would stay here again.
Great location, inside Stone Mt. Park. Turn left at the first road past the east entrance gate. $10 one-time parking fee to enter park. $30 was for a Water/Electric site. Like a state park, only privately run; friendly, helpful staff. Roads on O & P Loops were narrow & rough, but navigable if you're careful. We had a back-in with a view of the Lake, and Stone Mountain. Great for kids and dogs. We would stay here again.
Very nice park with easy access from I-95. Large shade trees, some paved sites, some gravel, most not too tight. Playground, pool, large fenced dog park. Laundry was clean. Some sites near river with fishing pier. Trolley to downtown Savannah; park even provides dog-walking service! Friendly, helpful staff. We would stay here again.
It's a 18-mile drive into the Park (good road), but worth it. Campground roads curvy and tight in places for big rigs, but navigable if you're careful. Plenty of room between sites. We took the boat tour and saw alligators and other wildlife. Deer came through our campsite. Price reflects use of Senior Nat. Park Pass. Would recommend this park for a unique camping experience in the Okefenokee Swamp.
Easy access from I-20; quiet country setting. Long, gravel, fairly level, pull-through sites. Grassy areas between sites - not too tight. Road around our loop rough - guess this keeps speed down. Plenty of green space to walk my dogs. Worth staying an extra night to explore historic Madison. We'd stay here again.
Older, run-down park. I stepped in dog-poop first thing upon arrival (bag sign). Park is next to low-end used car lot. At first I thought it was a junk yard. Long-term residents with old RVs and lots of junk outside. Not in a good part of town, either. A trip to nearby WalMart was scary. Staff was friendly, and our grassy site was level. However, I would not stay here again.
We ended up here after Gulf State Park was full, even in early March. Doc's turned out to be a pleasant surprise! Good location for attractions. Level, roomy, gravel, back-in sites; quiet country setting with plenty of green space. Large grassy area with lights around the perimeter - great for walking my dogs. We would stay here again.
Easy freeway access, and close enough to Biloxi attractions. Sites level, but tight. Several long-term residents with junk left outside. Pet rules apparently not enforced - cats running loose and barking dog tied up outside with no owner in sight. I ended up walking my dogs on the road outside the park. Might be OK if you're here to fish - some sites on Parker's Creek, but we would not stay here again.
Pretty State Park with level, paved sites, and generous room between sites. Playground, beach, shade (large Live Oak trees with Spanish Moss). Plenty of space for kids and/or dogs. We camped in Site 138 (water/elec.) which was "high and dry" even though much of the park was very soggy after a night of heavy rain. We would stay here again.
Nice, clean park. We had a level pull-thru site. There are also back-in sites around the large fishing lake. Friendly staff. Good dog walking area around the canal. I would hesitate to call this park a "resort" since there's no pool, playground, dog park, etc., but its a nice park and we would probably stay here again.
Easy access off I-45. Quiet, country setting though near shopping, restaurants, etc. Three fishing lakes. We enjoyed watching the waterfowl. Long, gravel, level, pull-thru site. Grassy areas good for walking my dogs. I couldn't get the Tengo WiFi to work from our site near the rear of the park. Still, I'd stay here again when in the area.
Short drive from I-45. Good paved roads & shade trees. We got a fairly level, paved pull-thru site with full hookups near Lake Raven. Plenty of room for our 38' RV. $35 includes $25 camping fee, plus $5 admission fee per person. We enjoyed our stay, and would stay again when in the area.
Nice clean park, easy access from I-20. Level, paved pull-thrus and friendly staff. Sites somewhat close together. Several grassy, fenced dog runs that my dogs appreciate after being on leashes for some time. We stay here whenever we're in the area.
Very nice park with easy access from freeway and long paved pull-thrus with generous room between sites. Paved roads with sidewalks. Great for walking my dogs. Convenient to Cowboy Museum. Friendly staff, who will even deliver very good pizza to your Site! Would give them a "10" except the dog run was full of "goat heads" (prickly stickers). However, we would stay here again when in the area.