We stayed here for two months. It could not have been nicer. The staff is friendly and the park is well maintained. We really felt like we were living in a nice community. There were not a lot of strangers wandering through and the owner kept an eye on everything. There is a nice pond and a pasture with mules and guinea hens. You do hear some interstate noise but it is not overwhelming. The Kingsland and St. Mary's area is nice and you are only about 30 minutes from Jacksonville and the Amelia Island area. We would stay here again.
A very nice campground with lots of trees. Very quiet and peaceful. Close to town and everything you want to do. There are a lot of rules posted, but we found the owners to be very friendly and helpful. We hope to come back here again - it was wonderful.
Good location but you can hear the interstate. Staff very nice. Overpriced for what you get also. We were told we would have to pay $66 for a premium site because that was all that was available. We opted to stay one less night so we could get a cheaper site, but the park was never full and there seemed to be plenty of lower priced sites available.
Shady, but sites are so close together the fire ring for our neighbors was under our slide. Very close to the interstate and very noisy. Nice folks in the office. Okay for overnight but not a great place to stay.
This might be a nice place, but the woman in the office was downright unpleasant. No map to your site - we could not find it and had to go back and get directions again. No TV list, nothing. Sites are muddy grass and all the good ones are taken by the seasonals.
Wow! The view here is fantastic. There were lots of comments in the other reviews about the staff and we found them to be very nice and helpful. You do check in through a little window, but put yourself in their place - they have 600 sites. If they didn't do it that way, you'd be there forever waiting. As far as it being hard to find your site, this place is big, but they gave us a very nice printout with detailed directions, so we did not have a bit of trouble. The sites are a little close together, but if you are lucky enough to get a waterfront site, you will be glad you stayed here.
LOVED it here. Quiet, right in town, but not noisy. Beautiful river view and walking paths. The staff was super nice and helpful. We did not have any water troubles as mentioned in other reviews. We had a full hookup pull through and they are a little tight, but overall, I would stay here no doubt.
Big nice park, but nothing much around. There is a golf course right beside the park that is reasonable. Most of the park is seasonal residents and some of them are very crabby. Nice place to stay a few days though.
Neat and clean. Some shade. Sites very close together. Laundry and everything new due to flood last year. Lots of permanent residents. Staff very nice - we had to stay extra days because of the wind and our dog getting sick and they were very helpful.
The staff here is very friendly and the park is located very conveniently for everything in town. Nice walking trail. But the sites are very close together and somewhat hard to maneuver. Also, it's very over priced for what you get.
This is a bare bones kind of park good for one night but it's nice enough. Right off the Interstate. You have to go to the office to use the internet and there is no TV. Nowhere to get anything in town, but there are two bars.
There is really nothing at this campground or in this area, but that being said, the campground is really nice. It's on the Snake River and you have a great view of it and can walk down to it if you like. The restaurant is within walking distance and the food is pretty good. It's quiet and the spaces are shady and well spaced. I would stay here again.
I wish I could have stayed here much longer. The campground is right on the canyon and very beautiful. Great golf course you can walk to and a nice restaurant there, also. We had one of the pull throughs and it was very nice. Section C is great with back ins right on the canyon. I would go here again any time I had the chance. Staff very nice.
A beautifully landscaped park with large, paved spaces, lots of trees, very easy to get around in. Staff was super nice. BUT they worked on something constantly, so there was always construction noise. One of the workers power washed vehicles three days in a row starting at 8 a.m. There are barnyard animals living adjacent to the park, so there was a lot of bleating and rooster crowing. Many flies. The highway noise is unceasing. If I ever return to the area, I'll stay at a different place.
First of all, this campground is not in Idleyld Park. It's really almost to Diamond Lake. If I was in the area again, I'd just go on. This is a gravel lot; the sites are small, there are no amenities, the wi-fi is spotty, and you have no view of the river at all. There is really nothing for miles. The staff was nice though.
I liked it here. Nothing fancy, but well spaced gravel sites with small concrete patios. Very well kept. Friendly staff. Right in the city, so very convenient, but not too noisy. You can walk to the racetrack, fairgrounds, and baseball park. We had a wonderful time at the baseball playoffs. Restaurants within walking distance and Walmart, Fred Meyer, and many gas stations right around the corner.
You get a bad first impression of this park because the front is full of old trailers with permanent residents. The sites in the back are nice with some shade. You also get a bad impression from the woman that works in the office. She was downright unpleasant and complained about "all of us baby boomers coming in the fall." Guess she doesn't want our business. Trains come by very early in the morning and very often, so not much sleep to be had here.
Right on the river. Very close to the interstate and the train track, but it is not as noisy as you might expect. Sites very tight and kind of hard to get into. Nothing nearby. No TV or internet. If you stay here, be sure and cross the river into Washington and go to the Maryhill Winery which has beautiful views and is a lovely place to have a picnic lunch.
Very convenient to Crater Lake. Nice, clean park with very helpful staff. The park is oddly arranged though - some of the sites are backed up on others. I thought the back in sites were better than the pull throughs. Very, very quiet - you can see more stars here than anywhere else I've been. Good pizza within walking distance.
Lovely little park right on the river. Very nice hosts. Town is just a tiny thing, but very friendly. A beautiful drive to get here no matter which way you come. A tree branch fell on our truck while were here and they were very helpful getting that cleared up.
Great place. Very quiet. Lake right across the street and a nice path to the dunes for both walkers and riders. Well maintained and the staff was very nice. Six miles to Florence and 15 miles to the Umpqua River Lighthouse. Best park around in my opinion.
Nice staff. Big, beautiful sites right on Coos Bay. Clean and tidy. Can walk to the casino, three restaurants. Pool and hot tub. Great place to walk your dog and a fenced dog area. Shuttle service to the casino is just a call away and they will take you to places in town also. Very nice place to stay.
This is a beautiful wooded campground between Port Orford and Bandon and is the nicest park in the area that has TV and Wi-Fi. It is quiet and well kept. I am giving it a 10 because the owners bent over backwards to help us while we were here. We had some trouble with the cable and they did everything they could to accommodate us. I would not hesitate to stay here.
I loved it here. It is just a strip of concrete on the oceanfront and there are lots of people going by all the time, but you look out the window and there is the Pacific Ocean. You can walk your dog on the beach, have a campfire by the water, walk to town. It was not noisy at night at all. The person who took our reservation was quite nice, but the woman that checked us in was unpleasant at best. I would stay here again no doubt about it.
This is basically a fish camp, but it's as nice as any of the other campgrounds in the area. Everyone was friendly, the camp host had a campfire for everyone every night, a local guide gave us some fish and it has a stunning view of the river. My only complaint would be that there is not much space to walk your dog.
This park would be heaven if it was not on Hwy. 101, but the highway noise was not too bothersome. You can walk to the golf course, you can walk to the Inn which has a very nice happy hour every weekday, there is a good dog park and dog shower and it's right on the Eel River. The sites are nice and the voltage was good. You are about 10 miles South of the Avenue of the Giants, which was spectacular.
I was a little apprehensive because I thought this park might be in the city, but it is beautiful. You do hear Hwy. 101 a little, but not enough to matter. The spaces are big enough and there is lots of shade. The staff is very friendly. Nice dog park. I highly recommend the tour of San Francisco that leaves from the park - excellent and a good value for the price. The only down side is that the park is somewhat noisy due to all the children and the Wi-Fi is a little hard to connect to sometimes unless you are near the office.
32 miles from Napa so that is a good thing if you want to tour wine country. We selected one of the "premium" sites because it had cable TV. The voltage was so low we were afraid of damaging our AC, so we moved to the older part of the park. The TV reception there was fine with our antenna and the voltage was good there too. The cable TV consisted of about 10 very grainy channels. So I would stay here again, but I would not opt for one of the newer sites. They have a very dusty dog run, but at least it is big enough for your dog to get a little exercise.
This park does have some shade. The people that checked us in were very nice. But the voltage was low, and when we complained to the owner, it was take it or leave it. We moved to another site with slightly higher voltage and it was okay. The park is very conveniently located to Carson City, Lake Tahoe and Reno. There is a significant amount of road noise. They have a dog walk, and there is a very nice public dog park right down the street. Lots of stores around too. The cable was somewhat fuzzy but adequate.
I was apprehensive about staying here because it is right in the city and I thought it would be loud. But oddly enough, it's one of the quietest places we've stayed. It is very close to everything you want to see, the staff is friendly, the laundry is large, clean and reasonably priced. They have a shuttle that will take you right downtown. We really enjoyed our time here and would stay here again.
This is an old campground on the edge of town. We were excited because they said there was shade and there was, but that was about all it had going for it. Not only was it right on the side of the interstate, the train track ran right behind the park and there was a very loud band playing at some club nearby, so don't expect to get any sleep while you are here.
If you want to shop at a large Cabela's store, you should stop here for the night. The campground is a gravel parking lot, but it's a short walk to the store and they have a restaurant. The washers and dryers were inexpensive and everything was clean. The staff was friendly. Good spot to walk your dog.
The people here were nice and the campground was very convenient to everything. There is a nice perimeter around the park to walk your dog. Not much road noise. It is true that they will park another RV in the grassy area between campsites if they get full, but that did not happen except on the weekend. I would stay here again.
This is a beautiful place. It is right on the Mississippi River and you can see the barges go by all the time. There are really no amenities and Greenville does not offer anything much, but if you want a quiet, restful place to spend a night or two, you will love it.
This is a convenient overnight stop if you want to be in Columbus. But everything is gravel and the train tracks are right next to the park and can be quite noisy. Once a week you are treated to artillery practice from Fort Benning. There is no where in particular to walk your dog.
The views here are great and it is very conveniently located. Sites are fairly large and well spaced. But there are a lot of rules. You can bring your dog, but there is no place for them to get off the leash, even though there is plenty of room for a fenced area. They do not tolerate any barking, which was fine by me. The woman in the office was downright unpleasant. She should not be running a campground or doing anything dealing with people. I'm not sure I would stay here again.
Nice big park. We were here in the off season, but they seemed to have lots of activities. The WiFi was free, but did not reach the back of the park. It was worth it to stay here because the area is gorgeous. Nice golf course about five miles away, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater house is 17 miles. I would stay here again.
This is a very pretty park. We made our reservation over six months in advance, but got a site with very little view of the lake next to the natural gas pipes. Our site was also next to a group of bow hunters that hung the deer they had killed from a tree on their site to bleed it. Then they proceeded to skin it and butcher it. Not what I want to see from my campsite. Also, there is no TV here unless you have a satellite. To call this a Resort is farfetched since there is no TV, no WiFi and no amenities of any sort.
This is a nice place in the middle of nowhere. You are about 30 miles from Binghampton. But the views are beautiful and the people are friendly, the folks that own it were very nice. It is very quiet. No TV, cell phone or internet service. A great place to loaf.
This is an amazingly nice park with nice wooded sites and very quiet considering you are only a few miles from Boston. It is kept spotlessly clean and there is a nice place to walk your dog. I would have given it a 10 except I thought it was overpriced and they say they have cable TV, but it is really just the regular stations and they were so grainy we did better with the antenna.
This is one of the worst places we have ever camped. They say it is on the river, but what they should say is that it is on Hwy 2 and so close you cannot escape the noise all day and most of the night. There is some kind of quarry across the road and the big trucks go constantly. The bathrooms are old and outdated. You can only get WiFi in the office. The camper in the next site was so close you could not walk between our slides.
When we arrived, there were four campers in front of us to register. We were checked in and guided to our site within five minutes. They had plenty of help and knew what they were doing. Very quiet and nice wide sites. A good place to stop when you are traveling.
This is the prettiest place on earth. The campground is nicely laid out with big spaces, and a lot of them are either on the water or with a view of the water. There is a restaurant on site and it's convenient to town. Absolutely no noise at night and just wonderful. I'd not only stay here again, I'd probably live here it's so nice.
The people that run this campground could not be any nicer or more helpful. The bathrooms and showers are spotless. The sites are very spacious and well shaded for the most part. You have to go to the laundry to use the WiFi, but they provide a nice table and chair space for it. The water is about a quarter mile away and it is spectacular. I would stay here again.
The pull throughs are right on the road with no shade. There are nicer spots in the campground, but you cannot escape the noise of the highway from anywhere in the park. The WiFi does not work and there is no TV without a satellite.
Almost all the lake front sites are taken by seasonals. The first site they gave us did not have enough voltage to run our AC. We moved to another site and could run it, but not at the same time as the water heater and/or the microwave. Sites are very unlevel. This was not an inexpensive place to stay and they charge for showers, which they do not say on their website. We had a full hookup, but the sewer connection was located so far to the front that we could not use it. The ferry is one half mile down the road and runs all day and all night: charming, but noisy.
The previous reviewer that mentioned the road in was tight, but it was not that bad. They were in the process of fixing it when we left. This is a beautiful place and very kid/dog friendly. Lots of stuff to do and convenient to the wine trail. The only problem we had was if your campsite is in the back in the full hookups. If the breeze is blowing the right way, you can really smell the sewage area. I would camp here again, but a little farther to the front.
I would give this park a higher rating but it is located literally in the middle of lots of water, but there are almost no waterfront sites unless you are in a tent. That being said, it is well maintained and beautiful and very convenient to Alexandria Bay and the boat tours.
This is a nice shady park, but it must have been built when campers were smaller because most of the sites are very had to get into and out of and are not very level. Forget swimming in the lake: we sank to our knees in red clay.
This is a nice big park with pretty good sites. The staff was uninterested at best, but the garbage was picked up every day and the facilities were clean. People raced through the campground with every kind of vehicle without anyone monitoring speed at all. I was afraid a dog or child would be run over.
This campground is basically a gravel lot located right on the highway. There is nowhere to walk your dog, there is no shade and the sites are so close you cannot leave your awning out. Other than that, it's clean and convenient. I would not stay here again unless I absolutely had to.
This is a COE campground and we made the reservation through their central number for Chickasaw Hill campground originally. We went for about 10 miles down the worst roads you have ever seen only to find that campground closed and the site we reserved would not fit our truck, much less the camper. So we drove back to Wallace Creek and it was wonderful - big, shady, level sites on the water for the most part. Very helpful staff. This is the first time we have had trouble making a reservation with the Corps, but if Wallace Creek had not been there, we would have been in terrible trouble - we could not have stayed the night at Chickasaw Hill.
This is a very nice campground, with about 85% of the campers being permanent. It is beautifully kept, and that was the only problem I encountered - the first day, the dumpster was emptied with a great deal of clanging and banging at 6 a.m. The next three days, the weed eater, lawnmower or edger started promptly at 7 a.m. I like to relax and sleep in when I am on vacation, so that did not suit me. Other than that, the campground is wonderful.
Nice, quiet, wonderful. Some sites are a little short. Lake was beautiful. My only complaint was that the showers are push button operated, so you get a few minutes of water, then you have to push the button again. Also, no control of the water temperature. But it's a rustic park, so there you go!
There was medium road noise. Staff was friendly and helpful. Sites are pretty close together. They say they have wi-fi but it is such a bad connection you really can't use it. Ok for just an overnight stop.
If you want to camp with a view of the lake, this is the place for you. The staff was very nice and made all our arrangements for a boat tour. The laundry was nice and not very expensive. The Wi-Fi worked about 75% of the time. No phone service much. No TV without a satellite (they do not have cable). Very large, level, cement pads and a nice amount of space between the sites. You have to pay for your showers, $2 for 15 minutes, and I thought that was a little much considering this is not a cheap place to stay. But it is AZ, after all. A mixed bag, but I would stay here again.
Yes, there is a lot of blowing red dirt here. And the staff is not the friendliest ever. But you sure can't beat the view, it's really quiet and it's really the only option around Monument Valley. I don't think I'd like to spend a week here, but a couple nights would be just fine.
The view is fabulous. It's close enough to town to be convenient, but far enough away to be quiet. It is within five miles of Arches National Park. When we first arrived, I was disappointed in our space because they had put us right by the bathroom and I had made my reservation in January. But when we questioned it, they moved us right away to the spot of our choice. Then we really drove them crazy by deciding we'd really rather have another spot, and they let us move again. The staff was very friendly, the bathrooms were very clean and plenty of hot water. The sites were a little close together, but no worse than most commercial parks. I would stay there again for sure.
This is a beautiful place to stay. The campground is situated about two miles North of Durango, so it is convenient if you want to ride the train or go to Mesa Verde. It is surrounded by red rock hills and is just beautiful and very well maintained. The bathrooms are spotless. The staff was very helpful. When we first arrived, the camper next door said we would not be able to have our dog outside because his wife was afraid of dogs. We went to the office and told them about it and they moved us immediately. They also have a nice system where they meet you at the gate when you first arrive, and if you have a reservation, they guide you to your site and ask you to register after you get settled. They have a five acre fenced area at the front where your dog can run. If I was going to say anything negative about the place, it would be that they have mostly side by side hookups. But they seemed to try to leave space wherever possible.
This place if fabulous. Right on the river, lots of birdwatching, nice, shady sites, the train passes right by, within walking distance of town, friendly staff, clean restroom with plenty of hot water - it's almost heaven. I would have stayed forever if they hadn't told me they get 20 feet of snow in winter!
When we first got to this park, I would have given it a 5 at best. I was very disappointed because I read so many reviews that said how quiet it was and how wonderful it was. They must have been deaf. We got a site near the highway and the traffic noise was very annoying. When I asked to be moved, I was told that the traffic would get quieter at night (not really) and that they did not have any sites open (they did). I made my reservation in January, so I felt I should have had one of the better sites in the back. In addition, the people in the camper behind us were so close, their awning literally touched our slide. Having said all that, the staff was super nice, the place was spotless, so I had to give it a little higher than a 5. If you want a park that is right in town, this is the place for you.
This place is clean and well kept. No noise from the other campers. And it is the closest park to the Big Texan restaurant, which I would heartily recommend - they even have limo service from the campground to the restaurant and back, which is great if you don't want to unhook. All that being said, it is very noisy with I40 running right by and truck noise all night. But I didn't see any other park in Amarillo that was any better, so I would stay here again.
Very nice park - very clean and the hosts were very helpful and friendly. The only bad thing about it is that it is on the interstate, and you can hear the traffic all the time. But that's the price you pay for convenience, I guess.
This place is fabulous - you are within seven miles of Nashville, but you'd never know it. So quiet. Lots of nice, shady spaces - there isn't a bad site in the place. Lots of room to walk your dog. Staff is friendly. The folks that keep the place clean are truly to be commended - the restrooms were spotless and they came around every few days and raked the spaces and blew the leaves off the pads. Just wonderful - I hesitate to rave about it because I'm afraid there won't be room for us next time we want to go back!
What a dump. Located right beside Interstate 40 behind the Days Inn, it was just a parking lot. The girl at the check-in was downright unfriendly. There was wi-fi, but I was never able to get it to connect. Ugh - I'd never stay here again unless I was desperate.
This is a very nice park and everyone was helpful and courteous. The sites are nicely spaced and are not right on top of each other. There is a resort adjacent to the park and the food in the restaurant there was wonderful. Beautiful sunsets and lots of big grassy areas to walk your dog. They also have disc golf and a museum. The only thing I thought was a little disappointing was that they say they have cable TV, but that only consists of about eight stations, four of which are network stations.
This is a tiny little park in the middle of nowhere, but it is very pretty. The campsites are along a beautiful lake filled with huge cypress trees. The park is spotless and there was firewood cut and free for the taking. They have an old, working grist mill to see and canoes to rent. We were only passing through on our way home and stayed one night, but we would definitely go back.
This campground is at a resort park with a nice golf course and a beautiful lodge - all of which are on the water. Although Kentucky Lake is huge, none of the campsites are on the water. This park must have been built when campers were smaller, because a lot of the sites are very small. We made our reseration in December for October, but when we got to the park, someone was in our space. There was no one at the park to oversee anything (typical of KY parks) and we didn't know what to do as the people in our spot were not at the site when we arrived. If our neighbor camper had not had a number to call, we would have been in a mess. We called the Lodge and a fellow came out and was very apologetic, but could not move the camper in our space without them being there. It was very aggravating since we had had our reservation for so long, but in all fairness to the person in our space, the space was not marked in any way as reserved. Fortunately, the person showed up shortly and moved without any trouble, but I don't know what we would have done if they hadn't, since everything was full at the time. In the end, we enjoyed our time at this park, but it really has seen better days.
We stayed here because of the golf course, which was very nice. The lodge and restaurant were also nice. We went to Bowling Green to the Corvette Museum and that was only about 20 minutes away and Mammoth Cave, which was about 30 minutes away, but other than that, there is nothing in the area and nothing in the campground to do or see. We got one TV channel, since we do not have a satellite. The trouble that we encountered here and at every KY State Park that we stayed at, was that there is no ranger presence of any kind. When we got to the park, there was no one at the gate and we did not see anyone there until the weekend, so if you have any trouble, there is no one there to resolve it.
This is a beautiful park on the Cumberland River, but it is very low in excitement. If you are looking for a nice, quiet place to stay while you go to Cumberland Falls, this is the place for you. We had a nice pull thru site, but a lot of the sites were located side by side, which some people might not like. I would definitely stay here again. The golf course is closed right now, which was a disappointment, but is scheduled to reopen in 2008.
We reserved a site at the front of the park, but when we got there, they let us move to a better one on the stream. Very conveniently located to the Blue Ridge Parkway. They are very strict about their rules, but pleasant about it. Sites are very close together. They have a dog walk, but it is a very narrow strip at the front of the park. While we were there, they had a band one night and it was a lot of fun. The laundry and bath areas were spotless. It is not my favorite place to stay due to the spaces being so close together, but all in all, I would stay there again.
There are not very many sites, but they are well spaced and shady. The restrooms and showers were clean and well lit. Everyone was friendly. Their is a really nice swimming beach with a sandy area and no wake zone. Several playgrounds and boat ramps. And the golf course was excellent - beautiful views, hilly and challenging without being impossible. I would definitely stay here again.
Quiet and peaceful and very buggy! I would really like this campground, but there was absolutely no hot water in the bathhouse. There was just about no one else there, so there was no one to use it up - there just wasn't any!
This could really be a nice place, but the staff just doesn't seem to care about anything. The bathhouse is always less than appealing and hot water is almost unheard of. Their reservation policy is really weird too - you can only reserve a spot on the road, otherwise you have to take your chances. And if you make a reservation and then want to change it, they do not let you apply the reservation fee to the spot - you have to pay twice.
This is a small campground but you cannot beat it. It is hands down one of the nicest places I have ever camped. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the bathhouse is just wonderful. You get your own little place with a shower, toilet and dressing area with a locking door - just heaven. And it is only 10 minutes from downtown Asheville, but you would never know it - it is so quiet and peaceful. And everyone seems to love dogs - I would stay here every time I am in the area.