This is our third stay at this RV park in the last 3 years and it's our first time saying for two weeks. The young couple who own/run this RV Park are very energetic and friendly. The sites are very wide, spacious and grassy. We get about 10 TV channels including the 3 major networks. It's very quiet and peaceful on weekdays and busier on weekends. The pool is large and very well maintained. On weekends the staff give the children rides in a train around the park, there are mini-hayrides, a short dirt BMX bicycle track, volleyball, a large playground, basketball court and open grassy areas. An RV washing service is available on-site. We will be back again.
Conestoga is well maintained and is a family operated park. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed a park that has lots of respite from railroad and freeway sounds. The spaces are large and have thick grass. The sites are pretty level and some back up to the Grand River with an excellent view from above. There is a boat ramp and the sites are shady. Staff are friendly and helpful. TV via antenna brings in 6 stations. WI-Fi is good. We will gladly stay here again when in the area. It's about a 35 minute drive from here to downtown Grand Rapids.
The staff are extremely helpful and friendly. The sites are very nice and have plenty of space with grass and a concrete patio with picnic table at each site. The roads are paved and the park is extremely clean. About 1/3 of the sites are occupied by RV'ers who pay by the month to stay here. This is our second time here and we are staying for 2 months. There's no mud here and the park has a recycling program. The park is adjacent to a cherry orchard on one side and a 27 hole golf course on another. Very nice.
The park is next to an active railroad so the noise can be a problem for light sleepers. The staff are friendly and the park is family owned. There were small children in the office who ate pizza and distracted the staff during check in. The sites are fairly level and have patchy grass, the interior roads are paved and spaces are gravel. Some spaces have concrete patios. Our space has a very large puddle where we park our truck and there are carpet scraps on the patio that were left behind by a previous camper. There is litter in the area, the BBQ has cigarette butts and other trash in it. The cable TV is fuzzy and costs an extra $2. We have a "50 amp" site but the voltage drops to 108V with just the AC running. We won't be back to this park.
This park is nice and quiet at night. Most sites have shade. It is the only RV Park in the area so we are "required" to stay here. There was a tornado in the area and sirens went off so we unexpectedly found ourselves in the restrooms with about 38 other campers and 8 dogs. One tree that fell was 3+ feet in diameter and fell next to a tent camper. The staff was friendly and helpful. There's no cable TV and our site had low voltage (108 V) even though we paid extra for 50 amp.
This RV Park has 10 pull through sites however, all of the sites are very spacious and unobstructed for easy backing. The sites are level, very clean and grassy with no mud - all have 50 amp service. We camped here for 4 nights and enjoyed the quiet environment. There is a new swimming pool and there is volley ball, tetherball, a bicycle course, horse shoes, and other games. Each site has a fire ring that is 15' away from the site so it's safe to use. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The shade trees are between 15 and 20' tall. We plan to stay again next year.
Clean quiet park with paved road and sites. Voltage falls below 110 V during the hot part of the day. Friendly owner. Right next to the Space and Rocket Center/Museum. WiFi is a minimum of $10 extra for up to a week.
Not many amenities but the owners are very hospitable. We had a 50 amp site with water and sewer. The sites are grassy with gravel drives; some are grass only. This is a quiet park that is great if you are happy with the basics at a great price. The pool is fenced and the water was crystal clear. Recommended for seeing the Roosevelt warm springs attraction.
The staff are friendly and the spaces are 50 feet or more apart. The interior roads and sites are paved. WiFi is weak unless you are close to the office. The park lake and nearby golf are great. No license is needed to fish.
This is an amazing RV park. We all believe that we could design the ultimate RV park with everything just right for the RVers. Well, this park is it. The roads are all paved, the sites have a concrete pad for the RV and picnic table at every site. There is also a BBQ at each site. Sites are extra large with thick grass: no dirt here. Next to the lake there is a large (open on two sides) pavilion has stained cement floor, restrooms, ceiling fans, very long counter top, sink, wood burning fireplace, nice gas grill and three briquette grills. The trees are not mature yet: otherwise this place has it all. The bathrooms in all of the facilities have marble sinks and travertine floor tile in some areas. The game room has two new pool tables and games. There is a large screen TV room and a book exchange. Few RV parks have as many accessories on-hand as this one. The location is close to 5 fuel stops and the islands; Jekyll, Blythe, St Simon and Sea Island. We will be back here every time we are in the area.
We camped in a 50 amp site but my voltage meter readout was 108 volts which caused us to run only on appliance at a time: no microwave with the AC running, etc. Two appliances running caused the voltage to drop to 105 v. The WiFi gets hung-up and runs at a snails pace. Most of the sites are occupied by monthly RVers and overnighters are placed by a road that can get noisy. The interior streets are narrow and curved but passable. The pool is clean and cabins are OK (another family member used one while we were here for a week). Staff are helpful and friendly; there is a nice store. We won't stay here again because of the noisy site and low voltage.
Very nice park with a lake, hiking, paddle boats, and trees on most sites. The owners were very helpful in finding a vet and calling to make an appointment for us before we arrived with a sick dog. The store has the basic needs for campers and RVers with groceries, souvenirs and a great assortment of RV accessories. We stayed for a week and enjoyed the time here because we are close to Charleston and Patriot Point. There is about every brand name store just a short distance away including Wal-Mart, Kohls, Lowe's and plenty of grocery stores. Fuel is less expensive than most eastern states.
We arrived on a Wednesday after it had rained and found the visitor camping area to be very soggy with water standing in large pools 1 - 2" deep. Many sites have older long term RV trailers on them. During the evening and the early morning, thunderstorms passed through the area and now the pools nearly surround our camper. The manager placed another RV perpendicular to ours and about 5' away behind ours because he was concerned about the RVs sinking into to wet soil. We were the only two visiting RVs in the park. The most challenging problem was the poor electrical service - even though the connection was 30 amps the voltage was all over the place - dropping below 110V with only the AC running. During cooler and dryer seasons this would be less of a problem, but we had to turn off one appliance to run another. The on-site boat ramp to the fishing waters and a plywood cleaning table also served local sport fishermen who visited. The owners were friendly; picnic tables were few, limited full hookups, duck and goose droppings added to the flavor of this remote park. Wi-Fi was $5/day. The pool was dry. We won't be back.
Very accommodating NEW owner and staff: friendly and helpful. Some sites have a concrete patio and a patio dinette set and fire pot. Close to the local attractions and shopping and Wal-Mart. My only complaint is the way internet speed slows down after a camper uses it for a while: even when there are very few RVs in the park. This is a common and unnecessary practice when the internet speed is lightning fast. Highly recommend this KOA.
Our first time here. Quiet and spacious. The park has large, level sites and very well maintained desert landscaping. The staff is very friendly and efficient. The free WI-FI is fast. I stayed at the Passport America rate. The only negative is the absence of picnic tables at the sites. We will return again to enjoy the evening happy hour at the office patio and the morning coffee in the club house. Best of the RV parks in the area.
This is a new park - still being completed. The sites consist of a thin layer of gravel over soil which is muddy on wet days. There are no picnic tables, no trees, no grass and no plans for grass. Some sites appear to have seasonal occupants and are a bit messy. The management is friendly and helpful. This could be a very nice place when it is finished - not too close to the highway and nicely positioned between Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs.
Nice facilities and RV sites. The owner is disputing with the cable company so we had over the air TV only. The hot tub was out of service for the winter. Staff is friendly and helpful. Nice office, game room, store/gift shop, LPG, and laundry was reasonably prices. We felt that it was overpriced in comparison to other parks. Even though we stayed a week we only received a 10% Good Sam discount. Most other parks give you a day free if you stay a week.
The staff here are very nice and helpful. There are a number of cabins for rent here too. The TV service is terrible even though we paid for it. This park is crowded with unsupervised small children. Wi-Fi works well. This would be OK for a night but no longer. The office and store are nice but many of the sites and other amenities are falling apart. I would not choose this park again based upon the cost and quality not being equal.
The Black Rabbit RV Park does have rabbits as residents but in the two days we were here, we saw a total of eight rabbits. Rabbit droppings were not a problem. I asked a couple of the residents about the rabbit population and was told the foxes and coyotes have reduced the population from what it was a couple of years ago. The park was clean and the sites were essentially gravel and 20 to 25 feet wide. There is a nice park-like grass area on the grounds with large shade trees. The picnic table at my site was in sore need of paint. The staff is friendly and helpful. I would stay here for a day or two if I wanted to see the area. The internet worked well, water was good and cable TV worked well.
We thought we were going to be passing through Polson with one night's stay at the Eagle's Nest Campground. The next morning we decided to stay for 3 days - by the end of the second day we decided to stay for 8 days. This is a quiet park, very friendly and helpful staff, paved roads, lots of thick grass, great amenities, close to a quaint town and Flathead Lake. The view is second to none with Glacier Park nearby. We plan to come back next year. This is one of the best we have stayed in in 8 years of RVing.
The view of lower St. Mary's Lake is great because the park is on a hill top. We had a a great view of the snow capped Glacier Park mountains. The sites are uneven with all gravel roads. The best part of our stay was the park owned restaurant - the food is excellent and all homemade. Try the french toast or the chicken dinner - both include the homemade bread. The desserts are huge and delicious. The staff is friendly and helpful. Our site was rated as 30 amps but we had to turn off the electric water heater to use the microwave oven because the voltage dropped to 105v. Still, I'd come back just for the ambiance of it all.