This is very much a family oriented campground, very handy to I-95. For seniors like us, it is very expensive with more economical alternatives around. Unfortunately, late October, the choices are scarce. Many of the activities are suited for those with children and it must serve them well as the place was packed. Our rate was just over $60 per night for 30-amp, water, excellent cable TV and electric (no sewer - dump station or pay pump-out service). There are probably over 500 restaurants within a 25 mile radius and lots of interesting places on the shore and inland. There is a repair shop on site. Staff is friendly. We would stay here again if no alternative.
Clean, big site, good cell (Verizon), decent Wi-Fi (even at farthest site from tower). Did not test the cable TV. Our site was #15 at end near a refinery(?). Was pretty noisy but since it was chilly at night, closed windows and noise not bad. Good ice cream nearby - Sweet Tooth - very inexpensive and good, intersection of Delta and 8th Ave. Staff very friendly and helpful. Gravel pad, very level, plenty of grass.
Rate based on Escapees discount - got two nights for $22 total! Sites pretty level, quiet, beautiful trees, plenty of room. Limited services might be just the overnighters. Maybe seasonal get more amenities. Not sure how previous reviewer got sewer and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is available only in office or right outside. Practically no cell service. Dump station available. Men's bathroom and shower clean and very acceptable. Very pleasant staff. Not much to do outside park but Minneapolis is about 50 minutes away. High rating based on the terrific price.
Rate is daily part of in-season weekly rate. This CG is in a typical New England tourist town offering a wide variety of things to do, maybe more historic than cultural. Rate seemed very reasonable for the amenities. The hospitality was first rate. Staff that handle the reservations have considerable experience and bend over backward to get the customer the best available rate and assist with everything needed and then some. Park accepts the usual affiliations for discount. Campground is pet friendly with ample dog walk. Wi-Fi (TengoInternet) is free but very slow to unavailable and there is good cellular reception. Cable TV was ample for us but we don’t watch much. There is a catch and release fishing pond on the property and plenty of nice roads for biking. Kayaking is very popular on the nearby river. Fire rings are provided and the picnic tables are excellent (we have been at three different sites this summer). Shade trees are on many sites but are young and not very helpful yet. Sites are level; sometimes I don’t deploy any jacks. Facilites staff are very responsive to needs. They are constantly improving the grounds, such as the newly installed mini-golf course. The pool is lovely and brand new this year. Bathrooms/showers are clean. While there is no on-site septic, there are pump-outs at your site twice a week and that staff accommodates whatever flushing you need. The sites are big. In the back they are huge. The low area can get very wet in a heavy storm and should be avoided if possible. The roads are dirt and can get very dusty. While we were there campers seemed sensitive to that and kept speeds down. They are trying to resolve that problem. Sites have gravel “drives”. Warning: You do have to be careful not to approach the campground from The Impossible Turn. Call the campground for directions or take exit 86 from I-95 N onto Rt 184 and follow east about 6.2 miles to campground on left. If going south on I-95, take exit 92; go straight at light to Rt 2. Turn right onto Rt 2 and follow to Rt 184 rotary. Follow around three fourths and go left (west) onto Rt 184 for about 5.1 miles to campground on right. This park rating would be a ten if the roads were less dusty and the Wi-Fi better. We hope to spend more time there this summer or fall.
Another great Florida State Park. Sites are a packed sand, easy to level your rig. Not many features but has LOCATION, LOCATION! Surf, big variety of birds and dolphins are fun to watch. Great sunsets. If you are a fisherman, you are in heaven on earth. Some sites are bigger and more private than others. Not much shade but usually has a breeze. No-see-ums in December. Not sure about other months. Nearest big grocery (Publix) is about 12 miles. Not many sites so hard to get reservation. Forget about "walk-in."
$30 rate was with AARP/Good Sam discount. Level, crushed rock site. Absolutely gorgeous clubhouse. Pool looks lovely (plus kiddie pool). Good cable TV and internet, decent cellphone coverage, about 15 mi from KSC. Near standard shopping and the awesome Dixie Crossroads restaurant. Friendly, accommodating staff. Great place for the price.
Great park. We stayed in the ocean sites which were close to beach, modest space, level sites, near rest room. Has laundry but one washer, one drier, no place to fold. Cell coverage was almost non-existent. Super 1/2 mile fishing pier. If you like to walk the beach, you'll find all you want here. River sites are a bit bigger and more privacy and lots of shade. No shade at ocean sites. There were a couple branches hanging down in the 2-mile driveway that were hard to see and avoid. Nifty, historic downtown. Walmart, Publix and many restaurants within 7-8 miles.
The best KOA we've ever camped in or visited. This place is awesome. You camp in a huge grove of stately pines and deciduous trees. Level, spacious sites and very quiet in December. Nice stream with a variety of birds. Huge acorns and fat squirrels. Very friendly, accommodating staff. Free Tengo internet, good cell (4 bar Verizon) reception. Can walk to the shore. The park is in the middle of downtown. There are also alternative accommodations (cabins, park models, etc). Sites have a grill and a picnic table. Our $38.65 rate was with KOA card discount. there is lots to do in area. Even a Costco nearby and three Walmarts.
Town-owned campground and nearby lake are most acceptable, terrific pavilion, fishing and non-motorized boating, right in historic North Adams. Do not let your GPS take you up Mt Everest approach. Come in Route 2 to East Main St and left onto Kemp. Very friendly staff, good security. Can get very busy, suggest reservations. Appalachian Trail and other hiking nearby. Close to beautiful Williamstown and terrific art galleries. Our rate was with a rally. Temporary power problem required some caution: should be fixed soon. We would stay again.
Nice town-owned park, very friendly staff. Some lakefront sites (some not very level), mostly grass, 30-amp only fair. Brochure says cable TV available with user contact to Warner Cable. Cellphone service available. Picnic table and grill all sites. Boat launch site for the approximately 1 mile lake. Tent sites available. Large public picnic area and snack bars and camp store on premises. Would camp here again.
Beautiful riverside sites on Sacandaga River. Level was hard to find. There is no cell service, no exposure to satellites. Fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking both here and nearby. Amenities include campsites, a picnic area with tables and fireplaces, restrooms with showers, a trailer dump station, a boat launch (on the back side of Algonquin Lake), a recycling center, and a pay telephone. Most facilities are handicapped-accessible. Nearby attractions include shopping, restaurants, movie theaters, and golf courses. Friendly staff. Woodall's listed as in Northville. It is really halfway between Hope and Wells about 1/2 mile north of Alpine Grill. We would camp here again.
Excellent park, especially compared to alternatives. For some it is a destination park. Honors Escapees discount as well as Good Sam. Not sure what we paid. Friendly folks. Was snowing the day we left (3/20/10). As the name suggests it is a higher altitude town.
We are not sure of price paid - they don't give any discounts, no Escapees, GoodSam, etc, as they are always full, thanks to all the oil workers staying there, some for years. There are only a few walk-in sites available. This would rate much better if not for the DUST. The campground had someone spraying water and rolling the cinder streets, but sites are untreated dust and, worse, the main road (Midland Drive) is unbelievable. (Don't let your GPS bring you in on Industrial Drive! Come in on Frontage Road, parallel to I-20.) Leave your windows open and you get a new layer on everything. The staff is very helpful and friendly. It has a coin laundry, $1 a load. It is well located to Odessa and Midland attractions.
The utility of this park can't be understated. As the previous reviewer says it is excellent for exploring Big Bend NP and also Big Bend State Park (which we did not do). About the only problem is that it is DUSTY. But management and other campers were very friendly and the services offered were fine. The park was full and we did not experience any power problems but it was also cool weather and no one had AC going. Our site was so level didn't even need boards. BTW, the night sky is pretty awesome.
The condition of the park would warrant at least an 8 except that a previous reviewer was correct - Wi-Fi is absolutely useless. We connected via our own modem to a Blackberry, boosted by an amplifier and external antenna. This park is about nine miles south of Traverse City and the lake.
Another great deal. We extended our stay to six nights. Sites are all asphalt. There are sandy pet walks that people kept very clean but very few shady sites. This place is very close to the Downtown Transportation Center where you can get any number of city buses, including the Deuce, a Strip-only double decker. It is also close to the Freemont Street Experience. The staff was friendly. The nearby highway noise did not bother us at all. We were too exhausted to be kept awake. The fire station holds back on the sirens at night and we never were awakened.
What a deal! Rate is $20 but if you eat in the restaurant, it's $7. The food is not bad and the restaurant is really neat. We did get wi-fi, not very strong as we were the farthest site from the office. I had to run the coach up on 2" boards on the right side to be level. Power was good; staff was very friendly. There appear to be many seasonals. Will be glad to stop back again.
Campground is overpriced in that internet is very slow and cable TV did not work on our site or neighbor's. Sites are gravel, almost level and spacious, no shade. Access to site was good. Laundry was satisfactory and 50-amp power is good.
Friendly staff, clean park and sites right next to Spring Branch post office. This is an Escapee park now and they take Good Sam, etc. discounts. Good laundry if a bit small. Cable TV not available. Very good, free Wi-Fi. Accessible to hill country and San Antonio.
This is a nice municipal park with nature trails, bird feeding station and good golf course. While the daily rate is $20, it is $250 a month with all amenities included! It is a bargain at the daily rate, but the monthly rate makes this place a steal. Many sites are under pecan trees. It is pretty windy many days and nights and is next to the town airport. There are no night flights and most of the planes are little. We would try to get back here again.