The nightly rate we paid was based on the amount we paid for one month (not including electricity, which was billed separately). Positives: 1) nicely maintained park with lots of shade trees (level, gravel sites); 2) very friendly staff and great service; 3) good WiFi; 4) good hookups with good water pressure and dependable electrical service; 5) excellent location...close to sightseeing and shopping; and 6) great on-site trash recycling. Negatives: 1) Tengo WiFi was available with a 7-day passcode (per device) that was provided upon check-in. Every 7 days, you would have to get a new passcode (from the office) for each device. 2) Social life is very limited in the park. There are virtually no activities coordinated by the office. 3) There are no facilities for children (e.g. playground). Our overall impression was positive, and if we were in the area, we would stay here again.
This is a very nice, big-rig friendly park with concrete pads, good hook-ups, and top notch maintenance. Its proximity to Oklahoma City is great. The only drawback is that satellite-friendly sites are few and far between (due to trees). We managed to get satellite (DirecTV) service after moving to a different site, however. We would definitely stay here again.
This is an "ok" park with very narrow graveled sites, good hook-ups, and a nice lake. There appeared to be many homesteaders. We would only consider staying here a night or two while traveling to a nicer RV park. It is a bit pricey for what you get.
Pros: 1) Friendly, helpful staff with planned activities. 2) Well maintained campground. 3) Good hook ups. Cons: 1) Narrow, hilly access roads. 2) "Free WiFi" was terrible. It was difficult to connect, and speeds were very slow.
Pros: 1) Very nice, long asphalt pull-through sites. 2) Excellent hook-ups. 3) Quiet, well maintained campground. 4) Good proximity to Niagara Falls. Cons: 1) Resort-type rates charged without resort-type amenities (no pool or other facilities typically associated with resort campgrounds). 2) "Fast Free WiFi" was not as advertised. Connections were difficult, and speeds were very slow.
Pros: 1) Good hook ups on nicely graveled pull-through sites. 2) Very friendly, helpful staff. 3) Good WiFi is available for a small fee. Cons: 1) At least 80% of the sites are for seasonal (full time) campers. 2) There are some steep hills at the entrance to the campground. 3) The pull through sites are not very level. Blocking is requires. We would consider a short stay at this campground again.
Positives: 1) the staff are some of the friendliest and most helpful you will ever meet; 2) very nice pool with diving board; 3) very well maintained grounds; 4) adequate water pressure and dependable power; 5) campground is right on the Acadia shuttle line--this makes transportation to most of Mount Desert Island possible. Negatives: 1) the only sites with 50 amp power service do not have sewer connections--this is partially offset by the excellent, dependable honey wagon service provided by campground staff. 2) WiFi needs a major upgrade. The only time that you had the possibility of accessing their minimal bandwidth was after midnight. Any other time of the day the WiFi was worthless.
The positives: Beautiful lake on site, great family activities over the July 4th weekend, friendly and helpful on-site staff, and dependable hook ups. The negatives: Narrow, unpaved (gravel) access roads (borderline big rig friendly), easy to get stuck in the mud when the ground is wet (we did), Wi-Fi was available but was next to useless (very slow and intermittent), and expensive given the negatives.
Positives: 1) The camp owners, are fantastic people. They are very friendly and helpful. 2) The grounds are beautiful and well maintained. There are very nice shaded and "tree-free" sites (for satellite users). 3) There is a very nice, heated, and well-maintained swimming pool. 4) Full recycling facilities are available throughout the camp (hard to find at most RV parks). Negatives: 1) The main gravel road leading into the camp is full of deep potholes that were impossible to avoid. Even at the slowest speeds, they really bounced our truck and fifth wheel around. 2) The camp is borderline big rig accessible. It was very tough maneuvering our 43' fifth wheel through the camp's dips and curves without bottoming out or scraping against trees. The owner is very willing to help you with this process, and I would recommend taking him up on his offer. 3) WiFi was weak and pretty much inaccessible in the 50 amp service section of the park. 4) Water pressure was adequate, but low (did not exceed 30 psi in the 50 amp service section of the camp).
This is a well maintained park with great, close access to I-95. The sites were level. Water pressure was a bit sub-par (40-45 psi). All of the access roads and RV sites are gravel. For the cost of this RV park, they should at least pave the access roads to control the flying gravel dust.
This is a good campground for big rigs because the sites are all pull-through. There is good water pressure and quality. We encountered no issues with power. It is a well-maintained park and we would stay there again when in the area. The Wi-Fi was a little spotty and the office staff didn't seem to have a good handle on how to address that issue. The lake/pond was full of fish (we could see them), but it is so full of vegetation that it is difficult to fish. I tried to take my young daughters but it was a fruitless effort.
They don't tell you on their website, but 98% of the semi-permanent residents of this campground are French-Canadian, and the campsite owners do nothing to reach out to non-French speaking guests. The activities calendar is in French, only, and all activities are conducted in French. The front office staff is not accommodating to non-French speaking guests.
This is one of the strangest campgrounds we have visited. For larger rigs, they line you up, one behind another. When you are ready to leave, you hope the person in front of you has already left or you have to drive over the grass to get around them. The sites are not paved, and it was raining when we were there. Needless to say, the area all around our fifth wheel was a muddy mess. This campground cost way too much money for the facilities they offer.