Rate is Senior Rate and worth every penny. What a pretty place. My site overlooked the beautiful lake with great sunset pictures!! Not many campers on this weekday. Paved site, no trees. Vault latrine, more permanent shower. Sites spread out. I felt like I was camping out in the open under the stars. I would stay here again.
Rate is Passport America. What a hidden gem near an adorable town, about 2 miles from Interstate exit. Big open sites nicely spread out, plenty of pull throughs, as well as back ins. Free excellent Wi-Fi and cable TV. Level gravel sites. Good place for overnight stop or longer vacation. Covered picnic areas suitable for rallies.
Wide open campsites, level and paved. Great spot for a quick overnight stop and some R & R gambling. I arrived after clerk left, but she told me what site to go into and I paid her in the morning. Free shuttle to casino. Laundry room, nice showers.
A 9 because sites are short. A 10 otherwise. Downtown RV park behind the casino located on the Mississippi River with view of St Louis Arch and the biggest grain elevator I have ever seen. Metro runs behind, but that kind of noise does not bother me at all. Newly opened mini market. Friendly staff. Level paved sites with new trees which will be awesome when they grow up. Internet for pay. Some sites are short, so chose carefully. Free shuttle to casino. I would stay here again.
One of the prettiest parks I have ever been in. Excellent experience in my 27 foot Class A. Very friendly host guided me into my level, long site, albeit surrounded by poison ivy. Then he brought me some tomatoes from his (nearby home) garden. A nice treat. Interior roadways are nicely paved but narrow, but navigable. Electric only. Limited air antenna reception, but I sure didn't care, it was so beautiful. Lake and boat launch. RV dump site up the road 3 miles at another facility, but that didn't bother me. Site very clean, fire pit empty, leaves blown, no cigarette butts!! I would come back here again!!!
Would be a 10 if it wasn't 15 miles off the Interstate. Nice paved facility, friendly staff. Weak free Wi-Fi, but I was able to make it work for my needs. One religious channel on air antenna. Mostly seasonal trailers and fifth wheels with a couple of transient Class As like me. No lake views from campsites. Despite all those negatives, very clean and level campsite, a bit on the narrow side, but very long. Marina/boat access require a car ride. Very kid friendly, with a special area in the middle for the tiny ones to ride their bikes. More of a vacation spot/summer home than an overnight stay.
Easy on/off I-80. Brand new (and wonderful) owners who bent over backwards to help this single camper get settled. All new utility poles, level, dust free, gravel sites. Clean restrooms. Some shade spots. For a quick stopover on I-80, Sleepy Sunflower should be your first choice. Yes, you can hear noise from the interstate, but who cares; it is like white noise to me anymore, just lulls me to sleep. Great wi-fi, but only 3 non network TV channels; again, who cares.
You get what you pay for. Double D is right off I40 at the OK/TX border on the site of a very old truck stop that doesn't get used anymore. Helpful pleasant staff. Told me to pick my site with a gray (30 am) box, and I chose a level one with a tree. Water, electric, sewer, although the sewer was a little far back in the site, but manageable. Level. Absolutely no amenities. There were 3 longtermers, another Class A and me. Two 18 wheelers parked in the lot overnight, engines running, shaking the ground. Certainly not a destination, but good for a tired soul who just wants a quick, cheap stay. Price reflects Passport America rate.
A gem! I stayed here after another campground in town never returned my phone call checking on availability, and I made a very wise decision. The owner was wonderful, giving me excellent directions, checking me in easily, leading me to my site, and helping me set up. Flat sites on NM gravel/rock. Lots of trees, but all in the growing stage. It is obvious this place is loved by its owners, it is neat, clean, and well organized. Water, electric, sewer, cable, free wonderful Wi-Fi. It sits right in downtown (but they roll up the streets at 6:00, so no noise) right on Route 66. Lots of Roadside America stuff to see here. Take the time to drive through and spend an overnight at Cactus RV - you won't go wrong.
I rated this city owned camping park a 10, even though there is no escape from the sun and the sites are close. You can't beat the location, walking distance to The Clinton Library, which offers a free shuttle to the River Market area. Nice view of river, and it always has a breeze, despite the relentless sun. Pleasant, helpful management. I felt safe.
About 4 miles off interstate. Little rough around the edges, but a great place for a quick overnight stop. Mostly long termers here, but there were a few travelers like me. New gravel on interior roadways. Very helpful manager and campers. Price reflects Passport America rate.
Stayed here as a stopover on my way north from winter in FL. After staying in some beautiful state parks in FL, I was disappointed in many things, but pleased by others. My campsite was right next to Hwy 204, and it was noisy all night long. The interior roads have these massive speed bumps, who knows what for as the roads are so twisty and rutted you can't go fast anyway. My site was unlevel. The sites are small and short, my Class C took up almost the whole width! On the good side, the laundry room was amazing, lots of newer washing machines and dryers all in working condition, with an iron! There is a fenced bark park which is always a treat for me and my dog. The walk to the river is pleasant and there is a nice floating dock for fishing. I would stay here again, using it for a stopover off I-95, not for vacation. My rate was with a Good Sam discount.
I stay here on my annual Snowbird get out of NJ winter trip. I stay here for several reasons. 1) I love the location. It's 3 blocks to the beach in 2 different directions: one more river oriented, one ocean oriented. 2) I love to spend time walking around Savannah and eating at the wonderful restaurants. The interior roadways are paved or hard gravel. I chose a smallish back-in site for my 21' motorhome because I like the location and partial sun and partial shade. Most of the sites are pull-throughs, but there are several awkward back-ins that are wonderful places. The people are very nice and helpful, and the campers are great, too. There are several full timers or seasonals in the winter, but mostly this is a transient stop over place on the way south/north in the winter. Good internet signal, great cable TV. Don't miss nearby Fort Pulaski!
I needed a campground on the southern side of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel on my way back home to NJ after 6 weeks on the road in the southeast. My Trailer Life directory showed this campground as open all year. I called to verify they were open and availability. What a gem this campground is. Three lakes with a beautiful very clean beach and what appears to be full timers or seasonals nicely spaced around them. The transient sites are up high and overlook the lake. I had a lovely site with just what I asked for: a lake view close to the bathhouse. The interior roadways were paved or hard gravel. My campsite (a large pullthrough) was level hard gravel. Sewer, electric and water with a heater wrapped around the faucet! The office personnel couldn't have been nicer, and asked if I was Good Sam or Triple A for a discount. The bath house was sparkling! There appears to be a large area for groups or rallies. There is a covered pavilion and rec hall, closed for the season, but seemed to have refrigerator, microwave, etc. I have seen other reviews of this campground regarding the US Route 13 Bypass built right behind, and taking over 100 sites from them. What a shame. There is one of those long and tall cement paneled privacy fences right behind the bathhouse I used. You should not be concerned about highway noise, it is off in the distance and almost out of hearing. I wish this neat campground was closer to home, as I surely would bring a group here. Gas, Wal-Mart, grocery stores are all nearby.