This is a beautiful little campground along the river. The pull thru spots are not on the river but more than half the other was. We had a electric only right next to it and listened to the babbling brook continuously. It is pretty much bare bones but there is a great deal of trees along the river side and they do a Wednesday potluck that is well attended. Everyone is very friendly and we have enjoyed all our stays.
This Thousand Trails is well maintained and a pleasure to be at. The driving and parking areas are gravel which I like much better than asphalt. The WiFi is fast (65Mbps) although only at the clubhouses. Staff was friendly and helpful as always. It shows that attention is being paid to it. When I walked around I could see new decks in a couple of locations and signs of recent painting. Pool is indoors and has three times a day when it is adult only which is probably why the guy with his grand-kids had a difficult time. I imagine he took them and either didn't notice the signs or disregarded them and us old people like our quiet time in the pool. This gets a 9 instead of a 10 because it doesn't have a store or a restaurant which many facilities do and WiFi is not available at the sites. Activities were about average for Thousand Trails.
I gave this place an 8 because 9 and 10 are for resorts with all the amenities they have. This place is well maintained and was great to stay at. A ten minute walk to a beautiful beach. WiFi was good at 5bps at our site. Bathrooms were maintained and in excellent shape considering the age of the campground. We asked for a site that could see the DirecTV satellites and they knew which ones would work. Nice camp store with most necessary items plus a great selection of beers and doggie snacks. Price was for Good Sam discount and a W/E site.
What can I say? Large sites (209). Actually some trees around for shade and ambiance. Nice restaurant, bathrooms, and general store. Great pool and staff were helpful when needed. The best WiFi I have ever had (speed test at about 5Mbps).
I agree with other reviews. Nice place. Concrete pull through sites. Picnic table. Clean facilities and nice communal hall that our group used and it can be subdivided for multiple groups. The winter watch catch basin is open for dog off leash running when the winter water has left. For a place this new to have such poor wifi is really bad. We were in E2 and could only connect occasionally and then kept getting dumped. Tried to run a speed test and it timed out before it could download the file. Also noticed at least three other around me using MiFi cards. I guess you have to go to where the antenna is to get good reception. The park I left had the best WiFi I have ever had so I guess I am spoiled. Rate was for our group.
I stayed here for a week as my first Thousand Trails experience. This campground is quite old and showing its age. The bathrooms, while clean and functional, show need of a complete do over. The spots are generally level but a few in the G row need a little work to level. A great many of the ones in the G area are closed because of electrical problems. When I asked about plans to fix that they said they were working on it (however, they have said that for years to previous reviewers). Since it was winter the facilities weren't open but the pool area looks nice as do the lodges. There are many activities; horseshoes, shuffleboard, volleyball etc. available. As it is heavily treed in most parts (not G) getting satellite with a dish attached to your vehicle can be hard. I will be coming back as my hobby is Geo-caching and there are a plethora of them here. Nightly rate of $1 was entered because the website doesn't allow a 0.
There are five sites remaining and the others are across a fence and are being torn out as part of another project. It would be a little hard for big rigs but they could do it. Pool was wonderful as was the hot tub. Showers/bathrooms immaculate. WiFi worked good.
Real nice place to stay. Staff very friendly and helpful. They are able to book most shows and will arrange for Grayline transportation but this time of year we didn't need it. The complaints about needing leveling are the least expensive and it says that on the website. Just the kind of service expected from a KOA. We stayed in a deluxe pull-through which was longer than we actually needed. We were close to the Convention Center at this facility where they do a nice breakfast including biscuits and gravy for a very reasonable price. We would stay here again.
Beautiful basic park. Clean restroom and shower. Spaces are a nice distance apart. Four mile loop trail for walking and numerous trails plus Sanger tables around a small lake. There were only a couple of spots taken at this time of year so very peaceful. We would return. Ranger stopped by to make sure we were happy.
This is a very interesting place. It is an old Plantation and there are four full hookup spots available for $8 a night ($6 if you stay a week). They were full when we arrived but they allowed us to boondock in the field. I talked with the person in the store and told her people wouldn't mind boondocking here and she was fine with it. We are camped next to a row of trees with open fields and historical buildings all around. Wonderful pastoral setting. They have new nice bathrooms with one shower in each. Dogs were free to run the fields. Found it when a friend of wife's we were going to visit told us about it.
Very nice place. Almost all were snow birds or permanent. Everyone we met was friendly. Wi-Fi available at the office area. Pool was nice but closed at 5 each evening while we here, and since we don't generally get back before that from tourist stuff, didn't get to use it much. Clean and well maintained throughout. Not pet friendly. There is a small part of the park where they will give you (your dog) a spot, and you can only walk in that very small area. If we didn't have dogs we would come back.
Price represents average over 8 nights. It is $79 weekdays, $139 weekend. During special events it gets much higher. It is a beautiful place. Large paver parking (no picnic tables) with grass in between. Staff were very helpful and anytime we asked for information they either had it or found it. We stayed here so we could walk to the French Quarter. They give the best route to take to/from and recommend not doing it at night however we walked it at night several times with no problem. If you don’t want to walk the 7 blocks it is a $7 cab ride. We were in a 5th wheel (generally surrounded by big, new motor coaches) and would stay here again. Wi-Fi was available but speed wasn’t as fast as my Verizon 4G MiFi. Hot tub is fixed.
We were in site #31 along the water. Right on the water. Price reflects paying the $6 a day for daily use. We loved this campsite very much. Excellent bird walks in the morning. Staff at kiosk friendly and helpful. We plan to come back.