Stopped Sunday afternoon to watch the Masters. This is a great Park with easy access, full service hookups and paved sites. Good cable and WiFi. As you come off I-5 on the left there is a Safeway that has a Big gas bar and sells Diesel. Red Lobster and Denny's in same area. Big Rig friendly and added to our list of great sites.
This is a county park situated about 21 miles from Santa Barbara on Lake Cachuma. It is a very large area that has full service RV sites in addition to Dry and Large Group Camping. It is easily accessible off of Hwy 154 and Big Rig friendly. As with most county parks it is a little, "Rough around the edges." Many of the sites need some major pruning as low lying branches can damage your roof. The concrete pads are cracked and not level. My friend's power service had the polarity reversed. This is a very large area so you will always find a spot. The park is well run with excellent security. The roads are wide for big rigs but watch the trees!
This is a very popular park that is in a great location surrounded by 250 wineries. We stayed for Wine Festival and it was a great experience. Be sure to make a reservation and try and get a site on the lower level or you will get some freeway noise. It is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in.
This is a park we always visit to go to Phil's for a great seafood dinner and then to the Lighthouse for breakfast. All walkable from your site which is adequate but small. The park is a "KOA Express " so it doesn't have all the full park features. It is expensive and popular so I would recommend a reservation as your options in this area are limited. I only gave them a 7 because of the internet problem. Last year they limited you to two free hours but as the complaints increased you now get unlimited access for ONE computer. The second is $10 however we couldn't get it to work at all. They really need to get their internet problems sorted out. The Park has new managers who were helpful and pleasant. Over the years this park has maintained a high standard and we will always come back.
This is a great RV Park that is easily accessed from I-5 just outside of Redding. We have stayed here many years on our trip to Mesa and it is always a treat. Ask for site #26 which backs onto the river. Wi-Fi is free and lots of bandwidth. The sites are large, paved and all pull throughs with full service. I even discovered the pool while doing some laundry today. This is a very well run park that gets top evaluations each year. I hope it never changes!
We stopped here on our way down to Mesa. I am going to add this park to our regular list of sites. It has easy access from I-5 but is amazingly quiet from the freeway noise. As you enter the park there is a Shell with Diesel fuel and Wal-Mart is 5 minutes away. They have a gate from the Park that goes to the OutLet Stores and is a 5 minute walk. Full service park that is all paved and look well run. Free and fast Wi-Fi and all the sites are pull through so you don't have to unhitch. Doesn't get any better.
This is a great park that we have stayed at many times over the years. It is a bit expensive and the sites are tight if you have a big rig. Request site #39 as it is a straight back in and you can park you car next to the rig. We haven't stayed here for a couple of years and am glad to see it is still well run and has friendly staff. It's big advantage is the central location and access to Sky-Train. Wi-Fi is free for 2 hours then $5 for the day. Provided by Tengo it is fast and easily received at our site.
One of our favorite parks that has easy access off I-5 and is quiet with great facilities and level concrete pads. High speed wireless is included and works well. It is a popular park so would suggest reservations.
This park gets my rarely given out "10" evaluation for its location, service, and outstanding park facilities. We phoned ahead for a reservation but when we arrived the site was a little far from the laundromat so they gave us a free upgrade to a paved premium site next to the center. The park is new and well designed with very modern facilities. It is situated in the middle of hundreds of wineries and a coupon from the front desk gets you free tastings at 7 wineries down Union Road which is 5 minutes from your RV site. If you like to golf then Hunter Ranch Golf Club is 5 minutes away and has a spectacular practice fairway with a short 3 hole course to warm up with. All FREE !!! River Oaks Golf course is about 10 minutes away and is a 6 hole course that you play 3 time for your 18 holes. Since my wife is just learning the game this was a great course for her to practice. $18 for a days golf that included a cart. So with our free site upgrade, wine tasting, golf, and a spectacular RV park they get a "10". Oh, did I forget to mention high speed internet is included in you site fee?
This is a favorite park that we have stayed at many times. It is just off I-5 but quiet and well managed. It has free internet for the first 30 minutes, then $4.00/day but the connection is high speed. Make sure you phone ahead for a reservation because it is frequently full as snowbirds head home.
We always stay in Sam's Town when coming through Las Vegas. It is an old park that is popular and always full so a reservation is a must. I wish they would spend a bit of money and fix it up. The sewer traps are open which often leads to a bad smell and every other site is designated for a motorhome which means the services are on the wrong side for a 5th wheel. Being so popular I would think a face lift is in order.
We stayed one night on our way home and it was neat to have a site right on the water and watch the big boats roar by. There are sewer sites but they are on top and not down by the lake. It is close to London Bridge and centrally located. It is noisy with boat traffic but fun for a few nights. We didn't use any of the facilities. The staff seemed nice. The service roads are paved but the pads are sand/gravel.
We spend a lot of time in RV parks and rarely give a 10 rating, but this park has it all. The facilities are outstanding, and it is managed by great staff. The park is situated in the middle of 26,000 vineyard acres producing more than 40 different varieties of wine. Reservations are suggested as it is often full. They have a tour of 12 wineries off Union Road that provide free wine tasting. Since we arrived one week after the wine festival we were able to get all the specials without the crowds. It has easy access for big rigs with a variety of site options. I can hardly wait to come back to my favorite park.
This is called a KOA Express which has limited facilities but is in a great location. We come here every year to walk the beach and go to Phil's Restaurant which has live Bluegrass Music through the week. This is a busy park so would suggest a reservation. There are some great deals in the winter months such as getting the 3rd night free if you stay two nights. Give them a call rather than booking it on the KOA Web Site. Internet is irritating as they only allow one hour free access before having to pay. I discussed this with the manager who has had a difficult time getting a company to provide high speed. This will be a on going problem.
This is a great RV park that we always stay at on our way to Arizona. It has easy access off I-5 and is far enough away that you don't get any traffic noise. Big paved pull through sites with free WiFi. Friendly staff but it is busy so always a good idea to make a reservation.
This park is a favorite: always stay here twice a year on our way to and from Canada. It is on the West side of Port Angeles and about 15 minutes from the ferry to Victoria. It is run by a widowed lady who is 72 and her 94 year old mother!!! They are a delightful pair who have put their personal touch to this park. It is currently up for sale so I hope the new owners will keep up the same high standards.
This is a great Park with friendly people and easy access off I-5. All sites are paved and have a little iron table and chairs. It is clean and quiet despite being next to the freeway. WiFi was free and provided a fast connection. There are some backin sites on the opposite side of the park which boarder on a treed area so it would be the most quiet area from freeway noise.
We stayed one night before taking the ferry to Victoria and thought the park looked rundown. I realize they had a rainy winter, but the grass hadn't been cut in months. The garbage was overflowing and needed emptying. The registration desk was only open from 4-8 PM which was a problem when we arrived at 1 PM. The entrance to the park off Obrien Street is tight and motorhomes might have to disconnect their tow car before making the turn. We have stayed in this campground twice before and it looked a lot better. My point is, if they are not going to look after it in the winter months, then don't charge $35.
Very nice park that has access from I-5 but is far enough away so there is no road noise. It is a first class park and my $29 discounted Good Sam rate included a quick WiFi and cable TV. The roads are all paved with concrete pads and green grass sites. There is a Safeway next door for shopping and lots of places to eat out. I would have given them a 10 but the concrete pad wasn't level!! Not a perfect park but close.
This is one of my favorite RV parks. We always stay here twice a year as we come south and north. Try and get a river view site at the back of the park. Staff are friendly, roads paved, nice concrete pads with cable and good Wi-Fi included. This park is a jewel and one of the best in this area.
This is a great RV Park. No road noise or trains. Cable TV and free Wi-Fi are included with nice grassed sites. Friendly staff who showed me to our site. It has easy access off 99 and all the usual KOA facilities. This is a clean quiet park and will make this a regular stop over.
We stayed one night and found it to be a good spot for an overnight stay. There is no pavement so it is dusty if the wind is blowing and the Wi-Fi is $2.95/night. No cable TV but all other facilities are typical of a KOA park. There are lots of choices of RV parks in the area. Desert View is next door and offers the same $30/night but still has no cable. The site we were in was very long so you don't have to disconnect.
We stayed in this park because of the close proximity to Tombstone which is about a 30 minute drive. They have a " 800 " number for our reservation and have everything ready on arrival. The Passport America discount included a fast Wi-Fi connection. The pull through site was huge and perfectly level in a very neat and tidy park. This is a family business that have gone out of their way to make your stay interesting with trails and a fishing pond where catch and release is lots of fun. It is next to I-10 but you will not hear the traffic because of the trains. This park sits next to a major rail line that runs long trains more frequently at night (every 30 minutes). For every train there are 8 long whistles that makes sleep difficult. If you like trains this park is for you.
This is a great place to pamper yourself after a long day on the road. It is expensive but worth the value and includes a continental breakfast. It is close to I-10 so when making your reservation ask for a site away from the highway. If you don't mind backing in, the best sites are at the back of the park and look over Old Mesilla. They advertise walking to Old Town but it is a " Long Mile " one way. Take the car as there is lots of parking. If you want to save $18 the Siesta RV Park is actually down the same road about 1/4 mile and further off the freeway. It doesn't get very good reviews but when we drove by it to Old Town and it looked decent. Hacienda is a wonderful park that makes RV travel great.
We stayed here for the month of February and the weather was horrible but the park great. This is a well run park that gets high ratings for its close proximity to down town San Antonio and excellent management. We got the monthly rate of $410 plus power and went to the local Time-Warner store and hooked up to high speed internet which is already cabled to your site for $35/month. Wow was it fast. The park is made up of " Winter Texans " and transient RV's who meet at the Rec Center on Friday evenings for TGIF or the Pot Luck dinners on Monday evenings. This is a busy park that is often full so a reservation is a must. When you book your site the staff will remind you not to follow your GPS. The approach is around 410 then on to Roosevelt Avenue and up to TW. Do not come down South Cross or you will go over railway track that will high center your rig and do major damage. For "Winter Texans" looking for longer stays the park was quite muddy with all the rain. Problems with drainage from the golf course. The exercise area is not great with old, out dated equipment. It is however a very popular park that is well run. Don't forget to make a reservation.
RV Park Reviews comes through again. Never stayed in Del Rio before and being a resort town there are lots of choices. This is a new park and got excellent ratings so we decided to give it a try. It is on the left side of highway 90 if you approach from the west. Use the GPS coordinates listed on their Web site because the highway address will take you about a mile past the park. They have a small sign but you can see the park from the highway. It is a new park with level pull through sites and great facilities. We would stay here again. If you head west to Alpine there is a new Exxon gas station just before you cross the bridge. It is RV friendly and has great prices. Make sure you leave town with a full tank as there are no gas stations till Marathon.
This was a great 3 night stay as we visited Big Bend National Park and settled down for some cold weather that got a dusting of snow !!! We chose this park because of the good reviews on this site and were not disappointed. Great friendly staff and large pull through sites with a car and RV wash station. The town of Alpine is an upscale resort type town with lots of interesting shops and some good restaurants. The original name of Alpine was Murphyville but they changed it some years ago to reflect the surrounding area. It is worth stopping for a few days to enjoy a town that has very friendly people and obviously trying to promote tourism. We took highway 90 on our way to San Antonio which is a great road for RV's and very light traffic.
This is the second year we stayed in this park as we passed through Las Cruces. The staff are very friendly and moved me to a site with some grass around it. They suspend the Passport America rates from Jan 1- March 31. The park has easy access and is situated in central Las Cruces area which makes it convenient for shopping. There are lots of snowbirds here that seem very happy. The roads are not paved so over time it might get a bit dusty. We would stay here again.
We stayed at Silveridge from Nov 1-09 to Jan 25-10 and paid $500/month plus power which worked out to about $70/month. This park was completely upgraded over the past two years and suited more for long term stays but they did have a special offering one free week if you stayed for two. About 60% are park models but the RV sites are large with lots of room to park your vehicle on a concrete pad next to your rig. It has all the amenities of a large +55 RV resort which are new with the upgrading. It is close to Costco and has easy access off the 202. We went there because we knew people at Silveridge and will be staying 6 months next October.
This is an outstanding park that sits in a premium location in Palm Desert. We stayed here for 4 days to rendezvous with some traveling friends. The park was recently sold and they have increased their rates to about $80/night and about $1400/month. Is it worth the money? It is definitely a first class resort but in 5 hours we will be in Mesa and paying 1/3 that amount. If price is not an object then this resort is for you. In November their social schedule starts as is impressive. They have RV indoor storage units for long term rental. The clubhouse, pool, exercise room and grounds are all spectacular but nobody is here. It may be early in the season but some of the people I talked to were only staying a few nights and moving on to a cheaper park. We would stay here again but only for a couple of nights because of the price.
We stayed here for 5 nights while attending a family reunion and really liked the park. The staff are friendly, the park immaculately kept, large big sites with lots of room for big rigs. It is a five minute walk to the ocean or 10 minutes to old downtown. There are connecting bike roads that will take you all the way around Ventura Harbor. This is a great park, and we would stay here again. It is situated next to Hwy 101 so try and get a spot at the back of the park or noise could be a problem. We had site 94 and it wasn't bad. No cable TV so you need a satellite. The laundry room was clean and reasonably priced machines. They have an on site bike rental and reasonably priced propane. Their winter rates of $50 and $60 for the summer are what you find in California. No weekly rates. We pretty much had the park to ourselves as it wasn't very busy in November.
This is a well designed multilevel park built on the side of a hill in a very famous wine growing region. The approach is easy as you turn off 101 to Hwy 46. You turn left off 46 onto Airport Road but this means crossing 4 busy lanes of a divided highway without any lights. Be careful on this turn and I am sure in the future they will have to put traffic lights in. The park is huge and well designed for big rigs but has no directional signage for the internal roads. There are different types of sites for different prices which really means how much of a view you have off the hill. We stayed at the top in site 144 which backs onto Hwy 46 and got a lot of road noise. Pick the sites lower down by the registration building and you will have a good nights sleep. Ask about their wine tasting card. It is free and allows you free tasting at 5 different wineries all about 10 minutes from the RV park. We enjoyed out stay and would definitely come back here but stay away from the back sites.
We wanted to come to the Monterrey area and chose this park based on the great reviews on this site about KOA Moss Landing. The staff were very friendly and gave us a package with all the local restaurants that specialize in fresh seafood. We walked to Phil's Seafood Restaurant and had the whole Dungeness Crab ( 1.5 lb) for $21 and a bottle of wine for $11. We got to listen to Bluegrass music and enjoy one of best evenings. The park is about a 5 minutes walk from the beach and right in a small little town that has amazing food at a reasonable price. This is a KOA Express which I have never seen before. There are only back in sites but it is big rig friendly and there is lots of room to turn. If you do a KOA on-line reservation I would also phone the park and talk to them about the size of your rig. They are very helpful and will help get the right size pad for your rig. This is a great park in an area that has some of the most expensive real estate in the US so expect to pay a bit more.
We picked this park because of the high recommendations on this site and it is a winner. Level sites on concrete that are backed onto a river and away from the freeway with no trains. The park is immaculate and has easy access off I-5. Everything works well including Wi-Fi and good selection of cable TV channels. Staff is friendly and show you to your site. This will be a permanent stop for us when we come to Redding. They give a discount for cash. Good Sam Rate for credit card $38 but $35 for cash.
We changed our route at the last minute and needed to find a RV site before hitting I-5 in the morning. The KOA sign was a welcome sight. It wasn't very busy but quiet despite its proximity to the freeway. Just what weary travelers needed. It met all the KOA standards, clean, flat sites, full services, and friendly staff.
This is a first class RV Resort on a 9 hole golf course. Astoria is a beautiful town which you should plan on staying 3-4 days to explore the surrounding area. We selected this park based on its great reviews on this site as we have never have been to Astoria as we work our way down the Oregon Coast. This is a new park designed for big rigs stopping to play golf or enjoy the local seafood. The sites are large and well designed. A bit expensive at $38 in October but well worth the money. We hope to come back when we can spend some more time.
This is your typical KOA campground.Friendly staff,on-line reservation, and free internet that worked well and was fast. It is on Highway 101 so there is some road noise but it didn't seem to bother us. Sequim is 7 miles east of Port Angeles on highway 101 so it is close to the ferry for those traveling to Victoria.
After traveling for one year in our 36 foot 5th wheel this is the first RV park we didn't stay at and canceled our reservation. I know the park very well as we live in the area and stayed there last year for 2 weeks. It is not big rig friendly. There are some spectacular water front sites overlooking Victoria Harbour but you have to book these months in advance. The sites in the middle of this small park are horrible as there is no room. I doubt I could have backed my rig in. If I did there would be about one foot clearance on each side. You would have to park your truck outside the park. If you had a small class C it might work but not for big rigs. It is built on a circle and last year we booked early and got a waterfront site which is on the outside circle. It is still tight and not big rig friendly.
We stayed here for one month while my mom had treatment at the cancer clinic. The park is large and Big Rig friendly. As they say in Real estate, everything is about Location. There are some very nice areas and some horrible ones. They have a lot of permanent sites with some older Rv's and multiple run down cars. The park is so large there are lots of choice. It is clean, well run and we found the staff to be friendly with easy access to the highway and close to Costco. They have big pull through sites for short term stay. If you want to stay longer I would drive around the park and choose the area. This park is usually full so a reservation is a must.
Great Park with concrete pads and lots of grass. My Verizon Air Card didn't get reception and the Wi-Fi seemed slow so I didn't sign up for the $5/day. For a one night stop this park is a jewel. We would stay here again as we travel I-5
This is a great park for and overnight stop on I-5. Take Exit 325 and you will see and RV Park sign on top of the gas station. The park is right there but lots of trees so it is quiet through the night.
This is an average RV Park. They have wide spaces with concrete patios but the rest of the park is all gravel. It is just outside Lake Havasu and easy access.There are much nicer parks along the lake but stayed here on a friends recommendation.
This is a basic park for a stop over. There is nothing there except for a gas station which is where you register for the RV park. PA rate is $10 for full services. My Air Card would not work so no internet for 2 days. The cable TV only got one channel. Be sure and check the weather before leaving as winds are a problem in this area. We had to stay an extra day because of a wind storm and were glad we did. If you have time go down to the Balmorhea as they have a huge swimming pool that is fed by underground springs. We missed this as we chose to drive in to Fort Stockton which was a waste of time. We met some interesting people at happy hour as the rigs were pulling off the highway in the storm.
Remember this is windy Texas. The park is great with very wide spaces. No trees or shade and the wind is usually blowing so hard you can not put your awning out. Make sure your air conditioner is working well. They honored our Passport America for $18/night. The park is full of winter Texans and there is a huge social schedule to keep you busy. The people are friendly and Harligen is central to the area. We talked to many RVers in the park and they all liked it and are coming back next year.
This is a wonderful RV park in the town of Rockport.It has easy access off the highway and on arrival as you enter, there is a spectacular fountain where you stop to register. Your first impression of the park is good and it only gets better. There are lots of trees so after check in usually two people help you find your site. One of the nicest RV park we have stayed in. Lots of Winter Texans. Rockport is about 25 miles to Corpus Christi so if you want big city life it is close. We spent two days looking at RV resorts in the area for future long term stays and found Lagoons was the best. It is well managed and everyone very friendly. The weekly rate was $155 plus electricity.
Great RV Park close to downtown San Antonio. It is well run and has nice clean sites. Do not follow your GPS. Phone the park for directions. It is very easy to get to but your GPS will want to take you over a railway crossing that is not RV friendly.
This is one of the best RV parks we have stayed at and would have given it a 10 but they don't have a laundromat. This park was rebuilt after the 2002 flood and is modern with large sites that can be accessed on either side of your concrete pad. Lots of room between sites and views on to the Guadalupe River. Their Web site doesn't do justice to this spectacular park. We stayed for a month at $295 which included power !!!! The New Braunfels area is about 25 miles north east of San Antonio and has lots of history. The Laundromat is on the old section and not usable but lots of choice in New Braunfel. Most of the RVs in this park are local people who come out for the weekend. This means it is very quiet through the week. The staff are friendly. Internet is spotty but my Verizon Air Card worked well. This park is a must stay at.
We stayed in a Premium Site for 3 days in our 5th wheel. We went there because of the award they got last year, being one of 3 top RV resorts in North America. I always wanted to stay in number one and see what made it so special. Rayford Crossing (RC) was outstanding and everything was great from the staff to the facilities. They were polishing the lawn furniture and barbecue at our site as we pulled in. We paid $50/night for a premium site but the monthly rates were very reasonable. They were not perfect as they forgot to pick the garbage up at my site one morning. I still gave them a 10. On the negative side, RC is about 30 miles north of Houston where 5 million people live who all drive cars. The traffic and freeways are a nightmare which makes getting around very difficult. If you have to go to this area then for sure stay at RC for a wonderful experience BUT be prepared for driving some of the most congested freeways in USA.
Staying at this Casino was a horrible experience and not recommended. We phoned ahead and reserved a spot for $12 and they only have 8 sites that are not numbered. " Just pull in to an empty one and come in and register ". I was just going to unhook in site 5 when a guy with a truck camper drove up said I was in his spot which he had for 2 weeks. No way of knowing. The sites are just part of their regular parking lot that have an electrical service. No sewer,water or dumping station. If they were busy it would be difficult to maneuver around parked cars to get into these very small parking lanes they call RV sites. To make maters worse, the staff entrance was right next to the RV area which had people coming and going all night, some talking as loud as their loud cars. Yes- It gets worse!! There is a large bridge over Lake Charles and the Casino sits under it. The traffic noise is awful, but drowned out by the railway line that runs trains all night. Not to be totally negative, you can use all the Casino's facilities such as pool,spa, and weight room- which are impressive. There were lots of signs along the highway for First Class RV resorts associated with Casinos. This is NOT one and is only an electrical outlet in a cramped parking lot in a poor location.
We stayed here one night in out 5th wheel and went to the Beau Rivage Casino for a unforgettable crab buffet. The park is in a great location between Casinos and across the street from wonderful beaches. The staff were friendly and helpful. My suggestions is to walk around the park and look at the site you want. There are a mixture of sand, gravel, and grassy sites. Lots of room for big rigs. I thought the price was a little steep at $38 but everything is new as they rebuild from all the hurricanes. These people are trying hard to make this work and would highly recommend this campground.
We stayed in this park for 7 days. It is not in Destin nor is it on the beach. The park is across the road on Miramar Beach which is about 6 miles from Destin. It is a small park with concrete pads and patio. It is very clean and located close to lots of services. It is expensive and they charge $12 for a reservation and a $2 water surcharge. One week in February was $342.17 which included taxes, rent, reservation fee, and water surcharge. The beach across the road has a private access and is spectacular. This park is expensive but I think it is worth the money.
We stayed here in our 5th wheel for two nights and got a free pancake breakfast and Superbowl Party dinner. This is a great park that is clean,friendly and safe. Perry has a number of RV parks that look run down as does most of the town. RV'ers would use this as a stop on the way to another destination. I would not feel safe in some parks we passed by. This is a good time to use a well run KOA Campground.
This is basically a farmers field next to a golf course. We have stayed here twice for three weeks as there really is not much option for full service sites in the area. I booked my site for May in February as it was important that I have those dates. They charged the full amount for three weeks to my credit card in February for my May reservation. This is ridiculous and my complaint fell on deaf ears. The sites are dirt with a little bit of gravel.. very muddy if it rains. No trees, just open farmland. It is close to the Anthony Henday freeway which makes it easy to move around Edmonton. If you like to golf it is close to about six courses. You need a reservation for July/August but other months should be OK. Remember if you make a reservation they will charge your credit card for the whole amount .. not just the first day !!
We stayed here for a week in early May. This park that had problems with its water supply, and sits next to a large hill which makes satellite TV difficult. The staff were friendly and the campground was clean. The sites are dirt and probably would get messy in the rain. I thought they should have off season rates. We would stay there again.
We stayed here for 10 days in our 36' fifth wheel. It was a typical KOA campground with their usual high standards. Very beautiful are and they get lots of caravans. Probably should have a reservation.
This is an outstanding city owned campground in the very large Pippy Park. Reservations are a must as it gets very busy in the summer. It is centrally located in St.Johns which makes it an ideal location. The first two loops of sites are tight to get a RV over 30 feet in. I would ask to be put in the loop on the top of the hill. ( Not sure of the number). They use this area for caravans but the sites are open, flat, large and all pull through. WiFi has a strong signal and your satellite TV will work. These are the best sites and would ask for this area. We were in the first loop which was a struggle to get our 36' 5th wheel in and WiFi didn't work. It is heavily treed so satellite TV was impossible.
Twillingate is usually the highlight of your trip to Newfoundland and this family owned campground will ensure you have a great experience. It does get lots of caravans in the summer so you should book a reservation. It is big rig friendly and some sites have ocean views.
This is a great city owned campsite. Lots of room between rigs and level sites. If you are making a reservation ask for one of the sites on the top level and you will get a nice view of the river. We stayed here twice.
This is a great family owned campground whose owner, Dennis adds lots of Newfoundland humor. The sites are spacious and lots of room between rigs. There is lots of things to see in the Codroy Valley so we stayed there twice.
This is a campground that has past its prime. We stayed there 2 weeks in our 5th wheel and found the staff consistently unfriendly and not interested in us. The sites were small, uneven, and the picnic table fell apart, as it looked about 20 years old. The laundromat was dirty and the machines in poor working order. It is close to Halifax and next to a very large shopping center which is handy. We were very disappointed in our stay.
There is easy access from I-75, very friendly owners, and full service sites makes this RV park a gem. They even showed me to the site that was perfectly level. Our back window faces onto a pond, and the internet was free and fast along with free cable TV. They are Passport America so the price was great value. We would stay here again.
We stayed 3 days in our 5th wheel. This has the potential for being a great camp ground as it is centrally located and easy access off the freeway. Problems: You can not make reservations and all the sewer sites are filled with permanent trades people. This leaves power/water and a pump out service that charges $15/ pump out!!! If you have a smaller rig and don't care about sewer there are a few sites on the hill overlooking St.John and harbor Spectacular View!!! Voiced my concerns to the campground manager and even sent a E-mail to the mayor ( No Answer). They should have 10 sites with sewer for transient- tourists.
It is a great full service RV Park with easy access off the highway and is big rig friendly with open grass sites. They recently joined Passport America so was pleased to pay $16/night. There is a large Shell gas station to fuel up one block away and it is very close to Savannah. The park was clean and the sites level. This is a good value park and would recommend it.
This is a really great city run park. It is close to downtown, in a huge recreational park, and had a world class Christmas light display. The sites are not that level and are dirt. It is one of those parks that picking your site is probably a good idea but because it is so popular you should have reservations. We would definitely stay here again but NOT in site 50/51. I spoke to the campground manager, and it all comes down to city budgets. They are constantly upgrading so each year will be different.
I would highly recommend this campground as good value and easy access off the highway. For good Internet stay in the sites behind the office ( Site 88-89 ). We could only see one central bathroom so if you are camping with someone like we were that had a tent trailer choose your sites around the office. Thy also have camping cabins. This is next to a major amusement park but was quiet on the Tuesday evening we stayed here. Might get noisy on the W/E. Just as nice as many KOA sites at half the price. It is Big Rig Friendly.
This is a very friendly campground that has grass sites that need some leveling. They didn't offer off season rates despite the pool being closed. It is under the approach to Bangor airport but air traffic was light and didn't bother us. It is quiet, clean, easy to get to and would stay there again.
This is a private campground and the owners are the friendliest people we have ever met. It rained the 3 days we were there which turned everything to MUD. The sites although fully serviced are pretty rough and need some gravel. It is a large campground so my suggestion is to have a look at your site before accepting it. I would definitely stay there again but wouldn't choose a wooded site.
This campground is a jewel and one of our favorites. Don't let the narrow approach roads worry you as it is BIG RIG friendly. Most of the sites are on a small pond that is stocked with fish. It is very quiet and NOT near freeways, airports, or train tracks.