Campground was very nice and clean, but the showers and laundry room could use a good cleaning. We stay in the resort section which was very nice: you parked on a concrete pad plus had a large patio. Not sure it was worth $10 a night more. Staff was friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi was good during day, but at night you had a hard time getting on.
Very nice clean park with large sites. All are back in. A couple small laundry rooms but are very clean. Cable is great but cannot connect to WIFI. Not sure if most of the people here work or what but as you walk around not many people out and no one very friendly. Close to Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and Las Vegas.
We stayed here for 3 months night rate reflects monthly rate. This park is very clean, sites are level and large. There are winter activities. Even though this is an owner park everyone was very friendly. Restrooms, showers, and laundry was always clean.
Great park for overnight stop. Large easy access pull-through site. Wi-Fi was great. Sites are gravel. Road to park is not the greatest but it is only a short distance to park. Staff very friendly. Long term stays were very close together.
We just spent 3 months at this campground everything is clean and well taken care of. There is a small laundry room that is very clean. Most sites have gravel and some have patios. Staff is very friendly and helpful.
This park is very clean and well laid out even for big rigs. The staff is so friendly and helpful. Sites are level. The post office and grocery store are within walking distance. The only negatives are low water pressure and a train track close by that is rather busy. They seem to have some kind of activities everyday to keep you busy if you choose.
We asked for a large pull through site so we would not have to unhook. The campground was very nice, but a little pricey for just an overnight stay. It was close to I 10 for easy off and on, but not sure I would stay again because of price.
This was one of the best state parks I have stayed in. It even has sewer and cable TV. Sites are mostly level. This time of year it does get a little cool at night. You need to make a reservation. We called a few days ahead and could only stay 2 nights; they were already booked for the rest of the week.
Great park if in the Keller/Roanoke area. This is different than most parks as there are no bathrooms or showers. They have now added a small laundry room. Each time we are there the park is improving and working on things. Will definitely stay again in this area.
You can hide away in this great campground. Most of the sites are by a small spring fed creek. You can sit on your patio and hear the water running. The owner and his wife are very friendly. The park is so clean. The owner is there everyday. The sites are gravel and every time someone leaves the owner rakes and levels the site. Just a short walk across the road is New River. We even had deer walking in the campground.
Roads are paved, sites gravel and most are level. There is a section at the bottom of the hill that is close to the office that seems nice. There is another section that goes up a long narrow winding road. There are several long term RV in this section and some are very junky. So if you camp here stay in the lower section. Not sure I would camp here again.
This campground even had a sign on the interstate so thought we would overnight here. It was 9 miles off the interstate down a very narrow hilly road. Sites are very close together, there are several people that appear to be permanently sit up.
Campground was well keep. Roads were blacktop and sites were gravel and most were level. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Over the weekend there were lots of activities planned for the kids. Would stay here again.
Campground was nice when you pull up Motel not the greatest put pull behind to campground. Large level paved sites. WiFi was great. Owner helpful and lives on property. Would stay here again. We only stayed 3 days, would not make this a long term stay.
Staff here is so friendly and helpful. Great park for families. Lots of planned activities on weekends. Cable was limited we had a satellite on tripod was not able to get signal. Park was very clean. Stayed in front in pull thru sites they are going opposite directions a little close on one side opposite your door which gives you more room on door side.
Road and campsites are gravel. We stayed in the open section. There are several wooded sites but we needed to be sure our satellite would work. We had a large pull thru that was very level. Everything was clean and mowed. The laundry room also had new machines and was very nice. Staff was friendly. Great location for Baseball Hall of Fame, or Cooperstown Dreams Park.
Sites are a little small for your rig and tow vehicle. There are some large pull thrus, but they are reserved for people only staying a couple of days. The sites are gravel and level. Staff is very friendly even have a class in the afternoon with suggestions for touring the DC area.
Spent the winter at Willow Tree, even though the weather was not the greatest. This park was awesome. The sites are so large you are not looking into your neighbors windows. There is even a private lake here with a walking trail around it or nature trails through the woods. A lot of planned activities for the winter. The staff here was so nice.
Park was really a wonderful experience. Restroom and showers are very nice. The owner and his wife seem to take great pride in their campground. They are usually around checking on things. The staff here is excellent. You are only a short distance from Yorktown, Jamestown, and Colonial Williamsburg.