Rate reflects off-season and Good Sam discount. Rates are considerably higher during the summer and holidays. It seems management doesn't know the length of their sites. We were assigned a site that was way too short and it seemed to annoy them to put us in a longer site. This campground now has breed restrictions on dogs. So even if your dog looks like a certain breed, you will not be allowed to camp. Because of this prejudice we will not come back to this campground. There is only cell phone service up by the office. The internet is Tengo ($1 a day), but pretty slow if you are very far from the office. A bit of road noise from Hwy 34.
This is a great little park. In the country with beautiful views. Office person was very friendly. Convenient to Cedar City, St. George, and Zion National Park. Lots of shade trees. We will definitely stay here again.
OK park for a short stay. Price is high for having no amenities. Sites are concrete and not level side to side. Gravel between sites. You had to call a number to check in as there is no office. Was told park is 3 years old. No cable, but antenna gets a few channels. Fenced in dog area which gets muddy if it rains. We probably would not stay here again due to the high cost.
Staff here were very nice. Had an escort to our site. It was a little tight with four slides but we made it work. Most sites are side by side hookups. There is a nice park and very nice dog park about 2 blocks down the street which are easy to walk to. Campground is very convenient to major attractions in the area. We would stay here again if in the area.
Price reflects an extra long premium site. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Conveniently located to city center and major attractions. We did not hear any noise from the airport. They have a free shuttle to temple square. There is a nature trail just outside of the campground, which goes for miles along the river. Great for the dog. We will stay here again.
This park is mostly park models. There are only a few rows available for RV's. This is not a pet friendly park. The spaces for the pet area are at the far back of the resort. You are not allowed to walk your pet outside of this area. To walk outside of the park, you need to drive your pet through the non-pet area. They have a small dog run area. People were very friendly. Sites are a bit tight for getting into. You have to go up a 3 foot hill to get into them. Resort is convenient to flea market, shopping, and Superstition Mountains.
This was a great park in a rural setting about 15 minutes from Duluth. Large sites, plenty of room. The scenery here was excellent if you like trees and ponds. The owners have mowed walking trails through the woods that are great for your four legged friends to get exercise. We will definitely stay here again.
We had a lake view and bridge view site. The sites are very narrow. If we opened our awning, it hit the trees. As someone else stated, we received a metal pan in which to have a "campfire". We do not consider this a 'pet friendly park'. There are signs all along the lake front and grassy areas which read 'no pets' and 'keep pets on roadway'. The Wi-Fi is Tengo which you pay for at the office or online. The good thing about this campground is that it is convenient to town and makes a good base for touring in the area.
The RV sites here are actually part of the parking lot. All sites back up to a green belt area. Some road noise, as you are very close to I-80. Plenty of green area to walk your dogs. Sites are kind of tight if you have slides on both sides of your rig, but the staff was nice about not parking us next to someone else. Easy walk to the casino and Bass Pro Shops. Several restaurants in the area. We will stop here again.
This rate is for Passport America. Only stayed here because it was one of the few campgrounds still open. I gave it this rating only due to the close proximity to Deadwood and Sturgis. A lot of highway noise and very close to the railroad track. Very LOW water pressure. Pool was closed. Hot tub was not filtering properly, so did not use. This park is for sale, so don't know how long it will be here.
This is a great campground for exploring the Niagara Falls Area. It was quiet and shady, though the sites are a bit close if you have slides on both sides of your rig. Staff was friendly and courteous.
This is a nice, quiet park. It has a lot of shade trees. Owners are very nice and accommodating. Our truck broke down and they allowed us to keep our fifth wheel here for the week it took to fix it. We will camp here again when we come back to this area.
We thought this was a nice park. Sites are long and level. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Nice dog walk area. There's a waterpark nearby and plenty of restaurants and gas stations. We will definitely stay here again.
The sites where we stayed were side-by-side hookups and very close together. Our slide outs would have been touching the next RV is one was able to get in beside us. We could not use the sewer because it was overflowing. The only good thing was that it is just outside of Carlsbad Caverns Entrance. A very run-down campground.
We have camped here every Sept. for the last 5 years. We find the staff to be friendly and helpful. We had a nice large pull-thru site with cement slab for picnic table. Beautiful views. Close to town and Rocky Mountain National Park. Mary's Lake is across the road and offers great trout fishing.