Paid full price the first week and then used C2C membership. The staff in this campground was very nice. We called to come into this campground a week early and they really worked to make that happen for us. We were able to pick our own site, they made suggestions based on the size of our rig. There were many sites that were taken with longer term campers or were marked as “seasonal site for ‘the Smith’ family”, etc. Dirt roads throughout resort. There is a security gate. Campground easily handles big rigs. Sites vary in size. Ours was very large. Each site has a nice grass area with picnic table. Sites are all very level. Each site feels separate and more private because of the trees. Very nice pool area, additional shower and bathroom facilities. Sites are electric and water—no sewer; but there is a dump station available. Laundry was $2/load—which is more expensive than normal. Good Verizon cell phone coverage. Most sites do not have satellite access because of the trees. Wifi is only available in the clubhouse. Would have given higher rating if the resort had satellite access and if there were sewer hookups. We will definitely return.
Price reflects C2C membership. Nice campground. Very friendly staff. Easy to get to, sits right off a major road, but road noise is not an issue. Sites are level. Our site was small, but they had extra parking areas for our toad. Sites are electric and water only—no sewer. There are trees throughout that offer good shade, but can make getting into some sites very challenging. There is an entrance directly into Lake Easton State Park from the campground. Good Verizon cell phone coverage. Because of trees getting DirecTV satellite connection was impossible.
Rate is based on C2C membership. Owner/Manager of this campground is very friendly. It was obvious they take pride in making the campground a nice place for everyone. The sites are grass, some have gravel areas to park rig on. Sites are level, there are pull-thru and back-in sites. Big Rigs are no problem. We were able to park our truck, RV and jeep in our site. Campground is beside the highway, so there was a lot of road noise. Strong Verizon cell phone and DirecTV satelite signal.
Price reflects Passport and C2C. Follow GPS exactly to get to this campground. There are several county roads leading into the campground. Very quiet rural setting. Sites are all grass. Sites are average to small; however, even in June there were empty sites between—making it feel larger. Easily handle big rigs because of the open spaces. Sites are electric and water only. There is a dump station available. The staff is very nice and wants to help any way possible. There are trees throughout campsites. Trees offer shade, but can make getting satellite a challenge. Interior roads have pot holes that cannot be avoided. Very good Verizon cell and data coverage. Pros definitely outweigh the cons.
Price reflects C2C membership. The staff in this campground was exceptional. We had several “out of the ordinary” issues that needed help and assistance—everyone was friendly and helpful. Good paved internal roads throughout. There is a security gate; you cannot enter campground without your cardkey or being let in by staff. Campground easily handles big rigs. Sites vary in size. Ours was very large because it backed up to the canal. There are concrete pads for the RV’s with ample gravel parking for 2 additional vehicles. Each site has a nice grass area with picnic table. Sites are all very level. Multiple nice pool areas, additional shower and bathroom facilities. Management does a very good job keeping campground nice; there were people working throughout on gardening and general maintenance. Good Verizon cell phone coverage and easy to get DirecTV satellite connection. We will definitely return.
Nice campground. Easy to get to, sits right off a major road, but road noise is not an issue. However, campground is about a mile from an airfield and military jets and other air craft fly over late into the night. The planes fly very low because they are either taking off or landing. The noise is loud enough we had to stop conversations. However, we enjoyed watching the aircraft—so we did not mind. I only mention the noise, because this is not the place for a quiet, serene getaway. There were several nice pool areas. They offered multiple entertainment options: clubhouse, playground, cart rental and various yard games. Sites are level. There are trees throughout that offer shade, but can make getting into some sites a little more challenging. It is a typical urban campground; sites are small to average size. They do a very good job keeping campground clean. There was someone posted at a guard building each evening monitoring every vehicle that entered the campground. Good Verizon cell phone coverage and easy to get DirecTV satellite connection.
Rate reflects Resorts of Distinction membership. Beware of the cons when going to this campground. In 15 years of camping, we have never had such a long list of rules (72). We found multiple staff members rude and unhelpful. We were told our site was a full hook up, and found out the site did not have sewer. The campground map shows most sites are full hook-up (although they are not). They have very few full hook-up sites. Their solution is a “honey wagon” that will come around a couple of times a week—for an additional charge. We called ahead to make sure they had a pool. We were told they did. When we got to campground we now were told, the pool was closed for work—not sure when it will open. They are less than honest, even when asked direct questions. Quiet hours start at 11pm, but organized activities cause it to be loud much later. Campground handles big rigs, but some sites are small and there are tight turns throughout, so it would be wise to scout the site before driving your RV through the campground. Sites are level and most have trees—great for shade. Very poor satellite and internet reception. Verizon cell coverage was spotty. The positives: laundry room was clean and air conditioned, shower and bathrooms were clean and trees are pretty and offer shade. We do not plan to return.
People that work at the campground are all very nice and helpful. Interior roads are dirt/gravel but in good condition. The sites are level, gravel with grass between sites. There are several different "grades" of campsites. Some sites are bigger and nicer than others. All of the sites are very close together, making eating and sitting outside not great. They are able to manage big rigs. Confirm the size of the site before going. We did not spend much time at the campground so we did not care that ours was small. Although we do not camp with kids, this seems like it would be a nice campground for children. Good satellite reception; also very good Verizon cell phone signal.
Price reflects C2C membership. Definitely “urban camping”, it sits in the middle of Myrtle Beach, SC. Resort is close to many attractions, including the beach. Good paved internal roads throughout. Sites are concrete and each have a concrete patio with a picnic table. There are grass and trees between the sites. Big Rigs will be fine. Sites are average size. Our site was not large enough for RV, truck and jeep; however, there are additional parking areas throughout the campground. Sites are very level. There is a very nice pool area that overlooks Intracoastal Waterway. There are two nice laundry rooms. Good Verizon cell phone coverage and easy to get DirecTV satellite connection.
Price reflects C2C membership. The campground is easy to get to. It sits right off I-75. You are able to drive through campground and pick your own site. We were toward the back of the campground, so the highway noise wasn’t too bad. There are two sections of this campground. The section we stayed in had trees throughout. The sites are grass. Because there has been a lot of rain, most sites were very wet, but there was not much mud. Sites are on the small size, but there is plenty of room for RV with slides and toad vehicle. We appreciated the onsite chapel. Service was managed by another camper. They offer a pancake breakfast each morning and this appears to also be managed by another camper. Good campground to have for a place to park, not great if you are planning to hang around the campground. Good Verizon cell phone coverage and easy to get DirecTV satellite connection.
Price reflects C2C membership. When we arrived there was not a reservation on file (Coast to Coast had not given the reservation to campground). The lady working the office assured me they would get it taken care of and she worked very diligently and finally got us checked in. There are two sections of this campground. Good paved internal roads throughout. We were in the front section, sites are grass and mud. Sites are average size. Sites are mostly pull-through and are all very level. Very nice pool area. We used the laundry facilities, nice big room; however, $2/each machine is more than we generally have paid for campground laundry. Located near The Villages, so nice location for entertainment, dining out and shopping. Good Verizon cell phone coverage and easy to get DirecTV satellite connection.
Price reflects C2C Encore membership. This is a very nice campground. There are tall trees throughout the campground; however, the trees do not prevent good satellite reception. Verizon cell phone coverage is very good. Our site was at least 75 ft. long. Campground easily handles big rigs. There is grass throughout (camp sites are completely grass). We had heavy rains while we were here, but there was no mud. The roads in the campground are well maintained. Because of the weather, we did not take advantage of any of the campground facilities. I would have given this campground a higher rating if there were added amenities (pool, etc). It was a very nice home base for us while we were visiting this area.
Price reflects C2C membership. Nice campground. Shaded sites throughout. Sites are level. Sites are sandy; our site had a small concrete patio area with a picnic table. Sites are very close together. Because of close trees and low hanging branches, we saw several RVs struggling to get in and out of their site. Golf carts, both workers and campers, go very fast on campground roads—making walking around campground risky (for children and adults). Our campsite backed up to the road, making it loud at times but OK. Be careful of the road leading to the campground (Waterworld Road); road has severe dips. I would suggest unhooking toad vehicle before turning onto it and drive slowly on this road. Staff was very nice. Clubhouse and facilities are older, but well maintained and very clean. There is a walking trail and golf cart path leading directly to the river. Verizon cell phone coverage is good.
Price reflects C2C membership. Park sits on the shore of Wolf River. It is approx. 1/2 mile from Gulf Shore beaches. There are trees throughout campground. Grass between sites. Sites are very level. Our site was a gravel pad with a concrete patio -- which was fabulous since we got a heavy rain. We were checked by a friendly, helpful woman. She drove us around the campground to select our campsite personally. The Verizon signal was strong. We didn't use any of the campground facilities or pool area. We would definitely stay here again.
Price reflects Coast-to-Coast membership. Ocean Canyon members were using all of the full hookup sites, so Coast-to-Coast RVs were in an area with only electric and water, however, there is a dump station that is easily accessible. This was not a concern for us, because our tanks are large enough to manage for a week. Also, the views in these sites are very relaxing near the larger pond. Very nice campground. Shaded sites throughout. Sites are level and interior roads are nice gravel roads. Sites are gravel and grass. There are a couple very pretty ponds. There are nice trails around ponds for walking and to sit and enjoy the ponds and nearby wooded areas. There are daily activities. They had several full meals that were available at a café area. Staff were very friendly. It is a very secluded and quiet campground. Follow GPS exactly and it is easy to find and easy to get to.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. It was obvious the owner really cares about the campground and wants you to feel welcome. He offered suggestions for restaurants and attractions to see in the area. Sites were very small (only about 15 feet wide). There were sites toward the back of the campground that had more trees for shade and would block some noise, but owner told us trees definitely impact satellite reception in those sites. The sites near us had small trees and permanent small picnic tables. It was easy to find and easy to get to campground. We had read reviews that the campground is very close to highway and so very noisy. That was absolutely correct for our site. We were right off the highway and traffic noise was almost constant, however, because we were busy seeing local attractions we were not in the RV except evenings and sleeping. Good level sites and good interior roads. It is a good campground for a night or two.
Rate reflects ROD membership. Directories show this campground with 2 different names: Bishops Landing and Castaways RV Park and Campground—so it is little confusing for GPS and finding reviews. All the staff were very friendly. Sites are very close together. Some sites have a concrete pad, the area we were in had a gravel area for RV—but we stepped out into mud between the sites. Beautiful views of Lake Conroe. There is access to the lake directly from the resort. They were working on utilities in the area we were camping, so there was a lot of noise, construction equipment and mud, however, improvements cause disruption. Sites were level. There were several large ditches and holes between campsites—which makes it difficult to find a level spot to sit outside. Good Verizon cell coverage and even with trees throughout we were able to easily get our TV satellite connected. We would definitely stay again.
Rate reflects C2C membership. Roads to the campground are narrow and winding--but pretty country drive. Staff are friendly & helpful, in fact, the staff are one of the biggest strengths. After checking in, we were escorted across the street and approximately 1/2 mile to the RV/campground section. The roads inside the campground are awful. Most of the amenities are back in the registration area where the cabins are located. When we called before reserving our site, we were told we would be able to get cell phone and internet connections. In reality the coverage is in very limited areas within the resort. We had to leave our RV to get phone/internet coverage. WiFi is available in office, clubhouse and parking lot. Clubhouse is open for very limited hours. We did see wildlife daily, enjoyed trees throughout campground and river access from the cabin/registration area.
Price reflects C2C membership rate. This campground is very nice. We were greeted by a very friendly woman and escorted to our site. The sites are very level and large; also sites are grass. Big rig friendly. There were trees throughout the campground. Even though we were here during the "off season", there were daily planned activities. There is a restaurant on site, laundry room, game rooms, pool and access directly to the rivers. Great Verizon phone reception. Wi-Fi was not strong. Security gate to get in and out of campground. We will definitely visit again.
Price reflects ROD membership. I gave this campground a lower rating because the sites are crazy small. Our neighbors’ slides were inches from our slides. Luckily we stayed here during the off season so there were extra sites to put our tow vehicle in. If the campground had been full, I am not sure what we would have done. Our RV with the slides out and towed completely filled the campsite. The water faucet in our site was broken. The staff was very polite.