This is an older campground generally well kept. Found our pull through space to be quite adequate for an over night stay. Park was clean, neat, and tidy. Our $16.00 Passport America rate makes it a good value for the money.
Nice Campground, specially at the Passport America Rate of $17.50 per night. Very clean and neat, well cared for. Spaces nearly all back in, had a gal from the office guide us to our space and then direct our backing in. Don't usually let a stranger park me but she did and absolutely amazing job! And that was good since the back in spaces are all a little on the tight side. Watched her squeeze in a 44 foot Prevost next to our rig and she did another amazing job. The campground fronts on a creek with some back in sites adjacent to the creek available for a few $'s extra. All in all a very nice park. Definitely would stay here again.
This park is owned by the local VFW & American Legion. The 50 acre site is home to their local county fair and a number of other regional and local events. The park is well kept, very neat and clean. All the spaces are back in that back up next to the perimeter of the property. If they have a special event going on they would of course be very busy. The night we stayed we were the only rig in the campground. So that made for a very quiet and pleasant stay... At their rate of $30.00 a night its way over priced but it's only a mile and a half from downtown "Mayberry" and all the money you pay goes to support the park along with it's owner's the local American Legion and the VFW.. So we stayed one night instead of two and headed out the next day.. "Mayberry"
Nice Park, Not really in Tennessee, but darn close, actually in Georgia. But still convenient to Chattanooga. Nice Park layout with the overnights and short term visitors separate from the long term guests. All pull throughs! all at an angle so that it makes you feel like your not parked right next to another coach. And that helped a lot since the spacing is a little on the tight side. At their $35.00 a night it overpriced in my book but compared to the others its still a good choice.
This campground has just been redone with newly paved roads and pads. The Restrooms looked like new and all the tables and benches were new this spring. PRICE $0 as in NO CHARGE! Can't beat that. Beautiful wooded setting, lots of space between campsites. Many pull through sites that make parking with a big rig a breeze.
For FREE, it's a hard place to beat... Some of the Semi's that parked just in front of the RV area ran their diesel powered refrigeration units that keep their refrigerated trailers cold all night so it was a bit noisy. But like I said "FREE" is hard to complain about... And they have a full Truck stop set up with Diesel priced a lot lower then any of the majors like Flying J or Pilot. With their players card they give you an additional 3 cents per gallon of the listed diesel price.
Great campground for the $12.00 we paid with Passport America. Clean and tidy sites, reasonably spaced with trees for shade. Easy access from I-40. A little breeze was blowing from the south so the freeway noise was never a bother. We would stop here again for an overnight.
Nice park just off I-40 East of Albuquerque NM. We paid $16.50 with Passport America, at that price its a good value, At their rack rate of $32.00 that would be to much. Little disappointing that they parked another coach next to ours when they had 16 empty spaces up the same road. But other then that its a very comfortable park. We would stay here again for an easy of and on over nighter.
Nice older campground. Generally well cared for. During our stay the water was crystal clear and fresh. We had a pull through space that was very comfortable for our 40 foot motorhome. Stayed here three days, used our Passport America for the first two days at $16.00 and then a discount of $5.00 for the third day. No complaints from us. We would stay here again.
This is a specialized campground open for EAA's Air Venture during July. If your looking for a resort with lots of amenities this is not it! It's dry camping with the friendliest bunch of aviation nuts that you will ever meet! This year we arrived three days before the start of Air Venture and the campground was about half full. By the opening day it was close to capacity. This year according to EAA officials was the first time ever, that the campground was full to capacity. They have installed several new restrooms and showers so that helped with the huge crowds. But, with 40,000 campers things can get hectic. The Port-a-poties near our rig were pumped twice a day and kept fresh and clean. Fresh water and pump-outs are available at your site for $20.00 for each service or you can drive to the dump station. When it's dry it does get dusty, but this year the rains kept the dust to a minimum and in our area mud was never a problem. Considering this is a once a year event and that the entire operation from the check-in to check-out is all staffed by volunteers, I think you find that Camp Scholler is a pretty amazing place. After all, it's really all about the airplanes! Also: the friendly bunch of aviation enthusiasts that will be parked next to you.
A very nice RV Resort with lots of nice amenities: friendly staff, well stocked convenience store and gift shop at the office. Many sites are pull throughs with two sewer hookups at each site and lots of room between spaces. Park is clean and very well cared for.
A nice RV Park, with good sized sites: all pull throughs. Just a few years old so the trees are small. A good location to explore the area from: especially for Lewis and Clark buffs. It's an easy drive to Fort Mandan in Washburn, ND. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
For the price they charge this is a wonderful campground! The owners are friendly and very accommodating. When we checked-in they told us to just pick a spot we liked. They can see the whole campground from the office so we did not even have to go back to tell them where we were. Easy access from I-90 but far enough away so that the freeway noise was not noticable. The railroad track that you cross is a seldom used siding and the trains you do hear are the BNSF main lines that go through the center of town about 1.2 miles south of the park as the crow flies. The owners live on the property and take good care of the place.
A nice park: certainly fine for an overnight. Front desk gal was very pleasant and accommodating. Sites were grass and or gravel. Our site was a pull-through with plenty of room between sites. The newly paved interior road is nice. We needed to use the laundry and though it was basically clean it still needed some attention. All but one of the flourescent lights in the laundry were burned out so it made it pretty difficult to see what we were doing.
A very nice State Park! We had a pull through space that easily accommodated our 38 ft. MH and our toad. Our space had water and electric. Park was clean and well cared for. We walked the paved trails that go along the river at least twice a day. Be sure to check out the Lewis and Clark display at the park's office where you check in. We will be back to this park.
A very nice park: loved the wonderful restaurant right in the park. Then enjoyed sitting in the lounge visiting with other travelers. Only drawback, is that the room between spaces was a bit tight for such a nice resort.
It's the location! With easy access to the 101 freeway, this campground is clean and neat. Office and the hosts were friendly and efficient. Parking was tight on level gravel. It has all back-in sites. A large number of the guests are relatively long term. Very pricey: but you have no other choices close to the Golden Gate Bridge and this part of Marine County. Although it's not a great choice we would stay here again: because of it's location!
Horse Thief Lake is a pleasant but modest state campground near the edge of the Columbia River. Campsites are gravel and the spaces are adequate. Water and electric are available at the premium sites. As it sits in the Columbia River gorge in an area popular with wind surfers you're likely to have windy days and breezy nights. We think $26.00 per night rate is high for what you get. We likely would not stay here again, primarily because the cost is not competitive with other campgrounds in the area.
A nice park however, we had reserved a space with full hookups. We were given a space with water and electric only, and charged the same rate as full hookups. We were not happy with that part: but the person on duty said that's what they do here (?) The park was full so I guess that makes it OK (?) At least its not keeping anyone away. That meant we had to go dump before we parked and again when we left: not very convenient.
This campground is in a very nice country setting not far from 4 beautiful lakes and the quaint little town of Vergas MN. Sites are well spaced and easy to get in and out of. Owner is very accommodating. There is a little pub on the property that is a gathering place for the friendly locals and visitors. Campsite is adjacent to beautiful farm fields with lots of room to roam and wonder... Very Quiet! Peaceful and serene setting. Spent the evening listening to the Loons and later watching the stars from a very pleasant campground not polluted by a bunch of mercury vapor street lights. About one long block from the local gas station / convenience store.
Stayed here for 2 days. They have large sites and it was easy in and out. Parked near one of the small lakes with lots of geese: they were very, very messy!!! Had laid down an outdoor carpet on the gravel and the next morning it was covered with goose sh--. But that's what you get with geese. Water was iron colored and smelled so we switched back to our own supply: about half full, so two days was not a problem. Only one garbage / trash receptacle in park was not very convenient! A nice park with nice owners.
This is a very nice Campground in the Kit Carson National Forest. Located on New Mexico State Highway 38 about 3 miles west of Red River NM at an elevation of nearly 8,600 on the GPS. With paved interior roads, it has four sites with level concrete pads. The remaining 16 sites have paved asphalt parking areas for RV's with their tables and fire rings adjacent in the dirt. About 3/4's of the sites can accommodate big rigs and long fifth wheels. Each site has a campfire grill and a picnic table. Water is available at several locations. Most of the camp sites are 50 to 80 feet from the other sites and masked by trees. Sites are nestled amidst large Ponderosa pines and Aspens. With our Golden Age Pass we paid $7.50 per night. Definitely a campground to come back to. Full on weekends with space usually available during the weekdays: at least that's what the camp host said.
A nice park, clean, neat and well kept. Pull-through spaces for coach and tow were just barely long enough to accommodate our 37-foot coach and toad. It was very tight to get in and out of the site. Compared to other comparable parks that we have stayed at, in Wisconsin and Iowa on this trip: this KOA was overpriced by nearly $10.00 per night.
An OK place for an overnight stay. This is a nice, old-fashioned campground, which probably has not changed much since it was built. A bit dusty as the sites and roads are all dirt and gravel. Located next to a Camping World and on the I-40 frontage road. We paid $14.85 with Passport America for one night.
This is an adequate State Park. But it is way overpriced as it looks like it's just barely being taken care of! The grassy area was overgrown and needed mowing. This park has great potential, just needs some TLC.
A very nice state campground! Some sites with full hookups and 50 amp electricity. The terraced hillside campsites provide wonderful views of the lake and the surrounding hills. Level, roomy sites with lots of space between each. We camped here midweek and it was very quiet with about half the spaces occupied. We will definitely stay here again.
We stayed here two nights. They have big roomy spaces, relatively level, with lots of room between campsites. Lots of shade, but still got satellite reception and our Verizon Air Card worked well. There are paved access roads and interior roads. A clean, very quiet campground. We will definitely stay here again.
Located on Harlan County Lake, just a few miles east of Alma, Nebraska. Another great COE Campground with 30amp electricity at each site. With our 62+ Pass, our cost was $8.00. Huge sites with lots of room between each site. Well kept campground. We camped midweek and it was very quiet, only about 15% occupied. Will definitely stay here again!!!
Park is on two seperate levels. So depending on where your parked, you may or may not, have any views of the mountains and the lake. We were parked on the edge of the upper level so we had terrific views of the countryside. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. The park is clean and neat. Their advertised "free" breakfast was vastly overstated: a couple of donut holes and canned fruit. They do have free coffee available all day to guests: nice if your a big coffee drinker. The site spaces are very tight: with slides on each side of our coach our window awnings touched the neighbors. Ok for an overnight, but too tight for a long stay. However, that did not seem to bother the large number of long term summer / monthly campers escaping the summer heat in Texas and Oklahoma. The $39.00 per night was overpriced for what you get.
We have stayed here three time over the past five years. Park is clean and neat with many pull-through spaces. Mostly side by side spaces but with plenty of room between each site. Landscaping shrubs and trees provide reasonable privacy. The concrete drives that you park on, are narrow which makes it easy put your jacks half on and half off the concrete. With a little checking: getting the RV jacks either on or off the concrete was not too difficult. This park seems a little expensive for what you get, but still a good choice.
Very nice RV Park. Mostly seasonal rentals, but very accommodating for overnighters as well. We stayed three nights in a pull through spot. Hard to find, parks directions were poor. Locate it with MapQuest and use the MapQuest directions.
This park is run by the local agriculture district. Generally clean and cared for. Has a wide variety of sites. Pull throughs were on gravel with very little grass, some side by side. Back-ins were nicer with some grass. Close to City area, and easy to find with Map Quest. Nothing fancy but clean.
This is an old RV Park that now is mostly older mobile homes and semi permanent trailer and fifth wheels. Sites generally need some TLC but basically OK. Was OK for an overnight. Was over priced for what it is.
Park was OK, pretty much as advertised. Nothing special, Lot of seasonal gusts, but generally kept nice. Spaces are a little tight. But again that's what the guides said. Lots of children, Wi-Fi barely worked at our site. So used our Air Card and that worked fine. We selected this location because of the WI-Fi and it proximity to the train station at Newburyport for travel to Boston and Salem.
This park was chosen because of it's location near a train station with good connections to NYC. There are a large number of long term guests and some of the trailers and rigs looked like derelicts. Not very inviting! The grass in our campsite was long and needed to be mowed. Over all a disappointment, specially considering the price. We stayed here pre-payed for five nights with a no refund policy if you check out early. We told the front office the first morning that we found trash in the fire pit at our site and that it needed to be mowed. And again on the third day. When we left on the 5th day it was the same. This RV park would not be our choice again. It's a shame because with some work this could be a really nice park...