The price per night quoted is for the first 3 nights if you are Passport America. The 4th night ,and from then on, rates are $42 a night. There are no showers and there is one porta potty in the campground and that is why I rated them a NO. On the positive side the sites are pull through and level. There are campground hosts there now. They are also Good Sam affiated. It is a great place if you like to fish or want a spot to stay when you are checking out the area. We will stay here again and will recommend this park to our friends.
Blacktop roads and pads with grass in between. If you call the shuttle they will come to your site and pick you up and then bring you back 24/7. The buffet was great and as a senior on $13. There are bathrooms and a laundry which we did not use. You are 15 minutes from taking a tour of the Pendleton Woolen Mill and The Underground Tour. Both are exceptional and well worth the money to see them. Next time we will see the cultural display at the casino. It was quiet and well maintained with a friendly staff. They also have an 18 hole golf course. The pool was not open which was a disappointment. We will stay here again and recommend it to others.
The rate reflects Passport America. It is a large park and was very full. It looked like there were lots of long-term residents and a few had very messy areas. Most spots are pull through although there are some back in. It is right next to an airport but the noise was not a problem. We do not use the bathrooms or laundry so we did not check them out. They have a small store and carry lots of supplies for your sewer connections, black tanks, and toilet paper. This is a good place to stay for a night and we would stay here again.
Very friendly owner who checked us in and gave us a great map and told us of things to see in the area. They have showers and laundry. The campground is dirt/gravel but the dust I expected was a minimum. There look to be long term residents but the park and their areas are clean and kept nicely. The recreation hall/office is stocked with different games, book exchange and snacks. There are great tourist things in the area (Shoshone Falls, Base jumping at Perrine Bridge and other falls) and there are many major stores like Walmart, Macy and so on. We would stay here again and we will recommend it to others.
This was an okay park with all the camping done on grass and we had a back in but the manager led us through another site so it was a pull through. No one was in the office and they did not answer the phone when we called so we had a bit of a wait. The sites are good sized and my Verizon worked well. They do not provide WiFi or if they do they did not say anything about it. We saw a sign for laundry, but nothing about bathrooms. It is right next door to the Fort Bridger complex and it is a fun visit. It also is across the street from a very good "hole in the wall" restaurant. I would stay here again but only use it for a one day stay.
This is the Passport America rate for one night. The office staff was knowledgeable and gave us a nice map and print out of places we might like visit and shop at. This is a mobile home park with places for sale but it is clean and well maintained. It is very quiet and that is a plus. The sites are large, all back in, but there is cement so leveling is easy. I would stay here again and will recommend it to others. We did not use the restrooms or laundry so I cannot rate them.
I am rating this as a 10 despite the dirt roads and the bit of road noise due to the wonderful reception we received when we checked in. This is the most friendly place we have ever been. They give you a great brochure listing things to see and do in the area, people you can trust to fix your RV, and restaurants. We opted to talk to some people in the park and go out to dinner rather than see the sights. They have an air compressor they will loan you for your tires. The sites are all pull through. We do not use the public bathrooms or laundry so I cannot rate them. I will recommend this place to others and will definitely stay here again.
This is one of the better KOA's despite the dirt roads. There are cement pads that are quite level and BBQ's at our site and the surrounding ones. The young children's play area is the best I have ever seen and is fenced to keep the little ones inside. There is a sand volleyball pit, an arcade area and other games. They also seem to have special events and meals but we were not here for those dates. The view from there is spectacular. The people running the park are helpful and friendly and there was a guard at the entrance gate the times we passed through. It is an easy drive to Estes Park and we enjoyed the tour of the Budweiser plant. You could hear a train but it was not as bad as most park. We do not use the public restrooms or laundry so I cannot comment on them. We would stay here again and will recommend it to others.
This is a great spot to stay one or two nights while you are on your way somewhere else. It is not fancy but serves the needs you have. They provide free Wi-Fi which worked great and cable TV. We had a 50 amp, full hookup, pull-through site. It is quiet and the management is friendly and helpful. They have bathrooms, but I do not know about showers and laundry as we use our own rig. We would stay here again and will recommend it to others passing through.
Nice campground with level cement pads and grass between yours and the next rig. They have bathrooms and a laundry neither of which did we use. $15 for the first night of Passport America and then $30 a night. Very friendly and helpful staff. A good place to stay if you want to see the Oklahoma City Memorial as it is only 30 minutes away. The historic district of Guthrie has lovely buildings. We had full hookup, pull through with 50 amp service. Wi-Fi worked well also.
Very different campground. They advertise 40 spaces but I doubt that even 25% were operable. You travel on a county dirt road for almost 2 miles, then another 1/4 mile on the road is dirt to the sites. You pick out a site and then go to the self pay station to pay. The area that was open is all dirt and there are a few trees that offer shade. At no time did we see an owner/manager. At least 3 spots were not able to be rented. No information on the site was available, no bathrooms, no showers and no laundry that we could see. Luckily a person staying there helped us and offered a suggestion as to where we could park. I would not chose to stay here again unless it is for one overnight.
This is the nicest KOA we have stayed in. So many KOA's are tired and old and this place is clean and the spots are large. The manager is knowledgeable and helpful. The closest WalMart is ls than 5 miles away. It is quiet and we will recommend it to friends.
This park is a gem as it is quiet with large spaces and lots of pull through spots. There is a club house and the people that run the park are helpful and friendly. This is the price for RPI and if you stay there as Passport America it is $13 and no limit to the days. We will stay here again and pass it along to others.
This is a gated type park with a security guard when you pass through the gates. It is conveniently located to Graceland and you can walk to the shops and mansion boarding area. It is located behind The Heartbreak Hotel and a free shuttle from Sun Studios comes out on the hour and takes you to Memphis and then to Sun Studio, Beale Street and back to the hotel. They also have a reasonably priced bus that takes you to and from Beale street for the night activities. For a fun dinner call the pink limo to pick you up and take you to Marlowe's for excellent BBQ. We have a 50 amp, pull through, full hookup site. It is a quiet park and we would stay here again and would recommend it to others.
This is a great park. We had a nice back-in site, and it was very quiet. There was a problem checking in, but it was straightened out, and we had a place to stay for 2 nights. You are 4 miles from Tupelo and Elvis Presley's boyhood home. The town is bigger than we thought it would be with a Walmart and many other stores. The sites were fairly level. We would stay here again and will recommend it to friends.
Nice, quiet park located on the Mississippi River. The pads are cement, and there are picnic tables. Vidalia is across the river from Natchez, Mississippi. They have great tours of the historic homes and fun places to eat. Walmart is 3 miles from the park. We had a pull through spot. We would come here again and recommend this place to others.
This was an RPI campground for us and we paid $15 per night and then $2 a night each for cable and 50 amp service. People were very friendly checking us into this busy campground. They were not knowledgeable about the things to see as a tourist but that might be explain that they were crazy busy when we arrived. The camp has a nice pool and hot tub. Our site was fairly level with a picnic table. I have rated them lower due to the number of people allowed in there for long periods of time with trashy looking areas. There is junk and trash all over the site. If it was cleaned up it I would have given a better impression. They had a problem with theft a row over from us when someone stole a marine battery and out of another person's rig. We will probably use it again as a one night stay as the price is right.
This a great Passport America Park and many sites are pull-through. The owners/staff are super friendly and very helpful. It is about 25 miles to Panama City and to the the white sandy beaches. The park is very quiet and we would like to return for a longer stay. We will recommend it to our friends.
This is CG is well run, clean, and the people are friendly. It is easy to find and the spots are level. However, we had to get up in the middle of the night and close the windows as the pulp mill was in full operation and very smelly. It is close to both Golden Corral and Walmart.
Well run park in an excellent location. Easy walking to Sunflower Cafe, an excellent restaurant and the post office is across the street. Bus to beach is 25 cents each way and stops in front of the resort. Nice pool and very friendly people running it. The roads are narrow with many park models. Fifteen minute drive to Sanibel Island for some of the best shelling in the US. I would recommend this park.
We have stayed here once before and really enjoyed it both times. They have improved the Wi-Fi so it works really well. There are lots of drive-through spaces as well as back in sites. There is shade which can interfere with satellite reception but there are a number of channels you can get on an antenna. Noseeums were bad this year as were ants but we sprayed and that helped. They have rules and if you do not follow them they will ask you to leave. This is a great place to watch rocket launches. You can see manatee and dolphins in the Indian River. It is a well run county park. Price is based on a monthly rate during peak season.
Price is based on Passport America rate for 5 days. This is a delightful park with very helpful staff. It is a great place to explore both the Upper and Lower Keys. It is very close to The Turtle Hospital and the Dolphin Research facilities. Both are worth spending time visiting. The sunsets from the dock are incredible. The roads are paved and there is grass at the sites. There is cable. We will stay here again and will recommend it highly to everyone.
A well-run county park with grassy sites and blacktop to park on. There was a picnic table available also. It is very quiet as it is off the road and the small airport and boats on the lake are not annoying. We would come here again to stay.
Very friendly and helpful lady checked us in. She knew the area and gave us good ideas on things to see and do. We have a pull through site and even have a bit of a view. The only downside of this park are the trains but the rest is so positive that I gave it a 10. We will recommend this park to our friends and we will come back here.
The rate reflects Passport American pricing. This is a gated park with many park models. They have activities and on Sunday a banana split for those interested. It was quiet and conveniently located. The office personnel were helpful especially when we needed to find a mobile repair service to come repair our slide. We will recommend this resort to others and will stay here again.
This is a very nice campground that we used to escape from Hurricane Sandy. Our site was large and the people in the office were very friendly and helpful. They led us to the spot and helped us back in. The following morning the manager came to our spot to let us know the latest in the weather and road reports. She went the extra mile to help us. We will recommend this RV Park to others and we will stay here again.
One of the best parks we have stayed in the last 2-1/2 years! The office help is friendly and very helpful. They have a lady that does seminars Monday-Friday on tours and the metro. There is a bus that will take you into Union Station to catch the hop-on/hop-off bus as well as the daily tours and bring you back to the park in the later afternoon. That was a big help! We had a nice large site that we backed into and all have picnic tables and fire pits. There are also pull-through sites. Water pressure was very good. We were backed up to the Beltway and it was quite noisy, but we could have moved and chose not to. This is the only park I have seen that will refund your money if you decide to leave early. We will stay here on our next visit to D.C. as two weeks just wasn't long enough to see what we wanted. We will recommend this to our friends.
This is a delightful RV resort located in the woods and next door to Six Flags. The office personnel are very helpful and friendly. They have a theme for every weekend and are decorated for Halloween right now. It is a quiet place and one we will recommend to our friends and we would stay here again. My Verizon MiFi works well.
The gentleman checking us in was quite rude. However, the next day the young person manning the counter was friendly and helpful. The roads in the park are narrow and the signs directing you to a site are small. As a result we had several people asking us for directions while we were setting up. Do not count on the tour to New York City listed in their brochure as it must have 14 people to happen. The sites each have a picnic table and a fire pit. Our fire pit had the remains of someones burned garbage. Each site has a garbage can which is very handy. They seem to have activities for Halloween.
This is a Passport American resort and good value for the the price they charged. This is a very well located park for side trips to Old Mystic Seaport and Mystic Pizza especially. There is no sewer, but they have several dump stations. I would have rated it a 10, but you camp on grass and it is hard to level because it is soft when it rains and we were on a bit of a slope. The lady in the office was very helpful in suggesting places to visit and they had a good amount of activities to celebrate Halloween. I will recommend this resort to our friends and we will stay here again if we are in the area.
This is a wooded RV park that is very well run. The lady in the office was especially helpful in suggesting places for us to visit. They call for someone to lead you to your spot and this man helped back our rig in. It was very quiet with a strong 30 amp service. There is cable and our spot was level. We would recommend this park to our friends and will stay here again.
This is a good value park with Passport America. It is gated community with large lots located in the trees that are showing lovely color this time of year. The people in the office are really friendly and helpful. This is a good place to drop your rig and travel to Kennebunkport and other villages along the coast. There are lots of opportunities to walk on the beach when you are here. Mike's Clam Shack has outstanding lobster rolls. We will recommend this resort to our friends and will stay here again.
This is a jewel of a campground and is $18 with Passport America. The ladies running the office are very friendly and helpful in suggesting places for us to visit. They give you a 10% coupon for eating at the restaurant next door which has outstanding food. Acadia Park is about 1 hour from the resort and well worth the trip. The sites are large, level, and very quiet. We will recommend this campground to our friends and will stay here again.
This is a gated campground and the sites are gravel with lots of tall trees. The management provides each person with a list of loop drives and recommends good places to eat. We took the Mt. Washington Cog Railway and that is a great tourist activity. Our Verizon MiFi worked well here. They have cable TV with 3 channels. It is quiet and we would recommend this campground and will return.
This is a delightful campground with very helpful and friendly management. It is located a few miles out of Concord and is very quiet. The sites are large and there is greass and trees between you and your neighbor. There is gravel at each site and it was the most level place we have been. We took a factory tour of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, visited a creamery and bought cheesse and visited the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe. We recommend this rv park highly and will go back and stay longer the next time.
This is a Resorts of Disctinction Resort and the cost to us was $0.00 for our stay of 13 days. This is a very nice and quiet campground. The ladies running the office are not the friendliest we have encountered in our travels but are not the worst either. We were without cable TV for a week and they ran out of propane so that is why I scored them lower.
This is a Resorts of Distinction campgrounds for us so there is no nightly charge. This is a large, well-laid out grounds with grass and trees. There is a pool, putt-putt golf, and a cafe. It was very quiet. We would camp here again.
This is kind of pricey but it is so convenient to seeing Niagara Falls that it was worth it. The people in the office were helpful and they will accept mail which was nice. Our site was level and there was a tree for some shade. It is quiet despite an amusement park next door. We were a bit concerned being so near the office but it turned out really well as there is a small pool near this spot also. We took a Bedore Tour of the US side of the falls one day and went to Cave of the Winds and for a ride on Maid of the Mist. The next day we took the same tour company for the tour of the Canadian side. We went to the Behind the Falls portion and the Skylon tower and then to a few other places. This is the way to see the falls as the drivers know where to go easier than we would, have close parking places and know the history of the area. This company comes to the park and picks you up and drops you off which is really nice. I would recommend them for sure. We will come back here again when we are in the area.
Even with no sewer hookups I rate this park very high. It is a private campground and is huge. The people running the park are friendly and helpful and they lead you to a site if you have not been here before. The sites are the biggest we have been in and there is lots of grass and trees. This is a Resorts of Distinction Park and we do not pay but I had to list a $ amount. As it was Labor Day weekend we could not stay here as long as we had hoped. This is Amish country and that is fun to see. We will stay here again.
A very quiet resort with mostly permanent people and a few spots for overnights. There are no sewers, but they do have a good sewer dump. The lady managing the resort was very helpful and we would stay here again.
This would not be my first choice of a campground as there are no sewers at the site. However, they have a pumper truck that pumps your tanks for $5 which is more than a fair price. People in the office were very helpful and they lead you to your site and help you get into it. The first night there were screaming children until after 1 a.m. and we let the office know. They patrolled and it quieted down at 11 p.m. We used this as a base to go to Frankenmuth which is a Bavarian themed town and has a great Christmas shop. We also went to The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn and it was outstanding. Both places are about 1-1/2 hours from the RV Park. We also went to the Michigan Renissance Festival that was fun.
This park was formerly called East Branch RV Park and the new owners have renamed it Bear Paw RV Park. It is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in the last two years. The sites are gravel with lots of grass and shade trees between you and your neighbor. The water pressure is great and the 50 amp service was excellent. It is quiet and the owners are so helpful. There are picnic tables and fire rings at each site. We will stay here again and will pass the name of this park along to friends.
This is a very clean and quiet park. The owner is friendly and helpful. There re picnic tables and fire rings. Your site is gravel and there are nice grassy areas between the rigs. They have a nice play area for the kiddos. It is conveniently located for Wal-Mart and the other local stores. Water pressure is great and electrical service is consistent. We ate at Legs Inn at Cross Village and it is outstanding. We will stay here again.
This is a great family camping area and there are literally hundreds of sites. Most seem to have a fire ring (you cannot bring your own firewood)and a picnic table. The sites are gravel and ours have a few trees between us an our neighbor. I would have paid $10 to an enterprising young person to direct us to our site. Even with a map we got lost and it took us way too long to find our place. That being said we can see the water and walk easily to the beach. Mackinaw City is about 10 minutes away and I recommend trying Mackinaw Pastie and Cookie Company for a meal. The downtown area is packed with shops and is wall to wall people and cars but this was on a Saturday so maybe midweek is better. We would stay here again for one night but not any longer. Would recommend it to friends.
This is a city campground and is well maintained. Your sites are blacktop and there is grass between, picnic tables, and fire pits. You camp under tall oak trees and you can walk to look at the river and enjoy the boats. We had a pull through and 30 amp service with sewer at the site. We will recommend it to others.
The total price was $17.50 a night with Passport America. The bathrooms were old and needed to be updated but were as clean as they could be. They have a minature golf course and seemed to offer lots of activities. There is a dump station but no sewer hookups at the sites. This would be good for a one night stay but I'm not sure we would want to stay longer. It is half an hour from Rudolph and the cheese factory that was interesting. It rained and there were large bodies of water all over. Most were gone by the morning.
This campground is a gem and we will stay here and recommend it to others. There is a nice area for younger children to swing and climb. You can bring your ATV's and ride on trails. There is a catch and release pond. We camped her mid-week so it was quiet. All sites have fire rings and they sell 12 pieces of dry oak firewood for $5. You are camping under 75' tall oak trees. The town of Austin is just 10 minutes away and has great shopping.
The people that run this campground are super friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site and they helped guide us in. There is 50 amp service and great water pressure. You are just minutes away from the Theodore Roosevelt National Park and it is outstanding. We also visited the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Pitchfork Fondue place and the musical where you sit outside to enjoy it. We will recommend this park to others and return when we are in the area.
This was a nice quiet park and you are allowed your choice of spots. All are grass and with full hookups with 50 amp service. Water pressure was good. We would stay here again for one night when we travel through the area. Manager is very nice.
This is an older park that has recently been purchased, and the owner is working to clean it up and make improvements. They had 50 amp service and good water pressure. The park was clean and the sites are gravel with a bit of grass between places where we were. The sites are narrow as rigs were smaller when it was designed. It is a good spot to stay for one night before you move on.
This campground is on a hill and there are no sewer hookups, but they do have a dump station as you come into the park. The view we had was wonderful. Sites are gravel, fairly level with 30 amp service. Our AC ran just fine on this. They have a great cafe located next door and their huckleberry coleslaw is fabulous as is their Mile High Huckleberry Pie. We would stay here again and recommend it to others. It is about 1 hour from the Canadian border.
This is our home park so we do not pay anything to camp here. It is on grass and the parking pads are gravel. We had full hookup with 30 amp service. It is well maintained and has a nice pool. They serve breakfast on Sunday and often have special meals. Our only problem this time was low amperage and we were concerned on how it would affect our electrical appliances. Apparently we worried for nothing as all seem to be okay.
This is a typical KOA with a swimming pool mainly filled with children, an open air building that serves breakfast and dinner, and ice cream store open in the evening, slide shows on the wildlife, a nice gift shop and small store. The sites are gravel and level. Each site has a cement patio and fire pit. The sites are separated by grass. It is very quiet. The people that work here are very frienly and helpful. It is close to the entrance to West Glacier. We would stay here again and will recommend it to others.
This is a delightful place to camp as you are in the woods. We had full hook-ups with 50 amp service. They serve breakfast and have a fire pit that everyone can use. The only reason I gave it a 6 is that the road noise (motorcycles, cars, and trucks) in the site where we were at night is loud. They also have train noise at night. We also asked if we could extend our stay 2 days and were told we would have to move. No problem--we checked on it today and the spot was not available after all. They do not use computers or even a book--rather they have a tag system that they put on hooks and someone put one on a wrong hook. So we had to leave an go to another place down the road. I would stay here again if I could be further from the road, and if I was confirmed for the days I needed.
Very friendly and helpful people. They led us to our site, and we had a pull-through, full hookups with 50 amp service. The highway is close but not a problem. The antique store when you leave the highway has the best beef jerky. We will stay here again when we are in the area and will recommend it to our friends.
Exceptionally clean park and with Passport America the fee is $21 for the first 3 days ($63 total) and on the fourth day and after it is $42 a day. We paid $105 for 4 nights and that works out to $26 a night). That seems very high to me so we will be exploring other options if we need to stay more than 3 days. Nice people run the park with 50 amp service, good water pressure, grass and picnic tables. We travel in a fifth wheel.
This is an okay place to stay for one night. Full hookups with pull through sites. However, the address does not work in the GPS. I called the RV resort and they gave me another address that also did not work and when we paid our bill we got a third address. This place rated low because of the confusion in finding it. Bottom line it is behind Scotty's Mini Mart.
We stayed in a really long pull through which was really nice. The park is clean, management if very friendly and helpful, and they have carried the Scadia theme throughout the park. It is a good place to use as a base for the area. The High Desert Museum is great and the candy factory tour with tasting was a lot of fun. The park is quiet which is really nice. It is kind of pricey, but we would probably stay here again.
Conveniently located. Quiet. Sites are level and there is 50 amp service. Lots of pull through sites. It was too early for pool to be open. They sell propane and diesel in the park which is helpful. We would stay here again as it is quiet and people running it are helpful.
We belong to Resorts of Distinction so we did not have to pay a nightly fee. Wide streets so is very friendly to all sizes of rigs. Each site has a cement patio and a picnic table. There is 50 amp service, pool, and all kinds of activities. This is a good place to stay to go see Death Valley and we would come again.
This is really a parking lot with 50 amp service, sewer and water. To check in you have to go across the street to the Main Street Casino so call them first and find out your spot and then walk over. This is a very noisy park at night as the freeway is very close. However, it is close to lots of activities including Fremont Street and The Mob Museum. The people at the help desk are great and know what they are talking about. For the price we would probably stay here again despite the noise and we would wear ear plugs.
This is a 55+ community and very quiet. They have a nice pool, hot tub and workout room. There are lots of activities planned including water aerobics, zumba, board games and card games. They had an ice cream social and a special St. Patrick's Day dinner. We would come here again. The sites are good sized with patios but are rather tight to get into. Lots of park models.
A very nice park--clean and well maintained. Very friendly and helpful staff. Water pressure is low and at night you can hear some highway noise. Swimming pool and hot tub are great. This is a good home base for visiting San Diego, Julian and Boreggio Springs. The statues at Boreggio Springs and having apple pie in Julian are on the "must do" list. There are lots of fun stores in Julian also. We would stay here again although it is a bit pricey.
This is a very clean and well maintained campground. Staff is friendly and a propane truck travels around inside the park filling your propane bottles. You are not allowed to use your own washing machine but the cost of the washers and dryers is very reasonable. There are not very many spots for people staying a few days but each has a picnic table and tile-like patio. They have a catch and release fishing pond. Every Wednesday you can meet other park residents at a coffee and pastry hour. We will stay here again. You can stay arrange for month-long stays too in this over 55 RV park.
Clean and quiet park. Conveniently located near a station that sells diesel. They will fill your propane tanks at the park. Manager very friendly and helpful. They sell a few RV supplies and ice cream in the office. They have a free machine to fill your tires with air. Jelly Belly factory is about 20 miles and a fun tour. We will stay here again and recommend it to friends.
We loved this place and will come back and stay longer the next time. We had an ocean view site and were about 150' feet from the ocean. You can hear the surf, watch kayaks and surfers, see incredible sunsets and hear sea lions bellow in the early morning hours. There is a cafe open for breakfast and lunch in the complex. We will recommend this RV Park to friends.
Park is conveniently located next to I-5. We stayed here last spring and there have been some changes all for the better. Friendly manager and helpful to locating services in the area. They offer pastries, coffee and hot cereal each morning. Despite being close to I-5 the site we had was quiet. This is a Passport America park and they charge a $5 surcharge for electricity. We will stay here again.
Great views from this park and conveniently located close to the Aquarium. However, the address we got off the Internet was 600 SE Bay Blvd and this puts you on the wrong side of the river and is their main office. The office manager kindly guided us to the right place. It is paved and very well kept. We travel in a fifth wheel.
This park was a good surprise. It is about 6 miles from the town of Tillamook and easy to drop in on the French Cheese Company, and the Pioneer Museum. Many of the people at this park reside there full-time but it wasn't a problem and the telephone pole is not a problem if you swing to the right side of the driveway. Best of all you are 2 miles from Oceanside and meals at Roseann's are the best. For the price we would stay here again as it is quiet and the owner/manager is helpful and friendly.
Rate is based on Passport America and for a month. You also pay electricity when you stay for a month. Park is quiet and well maintained with blacktop roads and sites. Grass between the sites. They will accept mail. Small mini-mart and gas station adjoin the property. We will stay here again.
This must be a fairly new park. It is laid out well with extra long gravel spaces which are fairly level. There are wooden panels between spots giving you privacy. Each space has a picnic table and fire ring. This is a woodsy setting and very nice. I gave it a lower rating as it is very noisy as our spot was 200 feet off highway 97 which has lots of traffic and there are 2 rail lines operating 24/7 that run at least every half hour. If it was quieter I would have rated it a 10. The noise is extremely high.
One of the best campgrounds we have found. People are friendly and helpful. The park is nicely laid out along a river (you can pan for gold here) and has a walking trail. There is grass between you and your neighbor and room to spread out. All spots have picnic tables and a fire pit. Their free WiFi works well. No antenna TV but we didn't miss it. It is about 1-1/2 hours to drive to Barkerville which is a great reconstructed gold rush city to spend a day in. I would rate this a 10+ and will be passing along the information to our friends.
Located on a bluff overlooking Dawson City so it is a nice view. You camp on gravel with 50 amp service available. Friendly and helpful staff. Free WiFi worked well as did cable. Five minute drive to see the start of the Alaska Highway and milepost "0". We would stay here again. We travel in a fifth wheel.
Park is located behind a gas station which is convenient and an older motel with a convenience store. We were not told on check in that the water must be boiled in order to use it, but thankfully the neighbors told us. Park was dirt and the only two spots with rigs were in the mud while other dry places were available. Trash around the dumpster and an old mattress laying there too. Looks as though people in the back in spots are there long term and some had lots of things outside so it looked trashy. We would bookdock rather than stay here again.
Level gravel spaces with room between rigs and 30 amp service. Most spots are pull through. Within one block walking distance to grocery store, department store, Signpost Forest and Northern Lights Centre. There is a free RV wash. Management is helpful. We would stay here again.
Fairly level gravel camping with room between you and the other rigs. All spaces are pull-throughs. They have an RV wash for $. We would stay here again as it is convenient and you can buy diesel from Fas Gas. We travel in a fifth wheel.
Great location with a gas station, restaurant, pharmacy, liquor store and Safeway within a block of the park. Long sites both back in and pull-through with 50 amp service. Gravel which works well in rainy weather. They have cabins and tent sites. They can book fishing charters, helicopter rides and glacier tours out of the office. Office people are friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Their internet was great until they changed the password and then it was slow and often kicked you off. I still rated this RV Park a 10 as they are working on this problem. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a clean RV Park, located on a river and is very quiet. The sites are wide and long and easy to maneuver. The park is 10 minutes from downtown Seward. We enjoyed eating at the Marina Cafe and visiting the SeaLife Center.
We are backed up to the water with a million dollar view of glaciers and mountains. Park is gravel but has excellent Wi-Fi, cable TV and 50 amp services. We thought the price of $73 a night was rather steep and there are no discounts. We are on the spit and it is a very restful place to be. If we had a generator we would be staying in the sites with no services: as they are cheaper and the view is the same.
If your rig is over 30 feet be sure to request a pull-through as the turns are tight and the spaces very close to one another and short. They are very accommodating when you have trouble with your rig and need to stay longer than expected. They had a free BBQ with music that was nice one night. We would stay here again if we could have a pull through spot.
This park is easy driving to Palmer (2 miles) and Wasilla (8-10 miles). You camp on grass and it is quiet. Office is usually unattended so you choose a site and then leave the money in an envelope. Pull through sites and some with 50 amp service. We will stay here again when we come back through this area.
The fee for staying her is certainly reasonable. There is a choice of pull-through or back in sites. It is 30 amp with picnic tables. They office staff is friendly and helpful. If you stay 7 nights the 8th night is free. they have excellent cable reception. Denali is 11 miles away and it is easy this as your homebase. Be sure to eat at Salmon Bake in Denali. Their halibut dishes (halibut and chips, halibut cheecks and halibut tacos) are outstanding. The 11-hour bus ride into the park offers great opportunities for viewing wildlife. We would stay here again.
This park is located behind a gas station/deli and down in a hollow so it is quiet. However the turns were tight for a 37 foot fifth wheel. This has 30 amp service, pull throughs, camp on travel with some grass, picnic tables and a well stocked store. They sell diesel and propane. We probably would not stay here again due to the tight turns.
We liked this park enough to extend our stay. The office personnel is knowledgeable and friendly. You camp on gravel with grass between you and your neighbor. There were some sites with trees for shade. Most of the sites are pull through but some are back-in. There is 50 amp service with full hookups. They have a place for a vehicle wash. This campground is located within 10 miles of North Pole, Alaska and 17 miles to Fairbanks. Be sure to see University of Alaska Fairbanks Museum of the North, the Riverboat Ride, El Dorado gold mining and an evening with Mary Shields who was the first woman that completed the Ididirod. This is clearly the best place to stay when you are in the Fairbanks area.
This park is large with pull through spots and a place you can wash your rigs for about $17 depending on what you are washing. They have nightly entertainment. They also have a small store with lots of trinkets. Fast Eddy's is next door and an excellent place to eat. A grocery store is located 1 mile west that carries a good variety of items. You have the option of 30 or 50 service here. Cable TV was available but not very clear. No picnic tables. We would stay here again.
This park was a plesant surprise! It is located on Kluane Lake with both pull-through and back in sites. There is a sewer dump as none are located at the sites. Sites have water and electricity. You camp on gravel and pack out your garbage. The people running the office are very friendly and helpful. We will stop here again when we are in the area.
When I made the reservations they told me they were building a hotel and there was construction noise. What they didn't say is that it started at 6:00 A.M. and ends about 7:00 P.M. They also did not warn me about how to get to the park. I noticed that after we had come in they had someone out directing people on where to park to register. Because of the early morning noise and lack of signage I have given them a 3. When the construction is done this score will improve. Didn't tell us that the fireworks stands were open and the operators light on banging ones during the day and at dusk some of the pretty ones. We will stay here again after the construction is completed.
We paid a premium price to have 50 amp service. I'm not sure it was worth it though. Park is clean and people are friendly and helpful. You camp on grass and there are lots of pull through spaces. We would stay here again but might opt for 30 amp service which is less money.
This park is the best kept secret in Washington State! Sites are on gravel with grass for the picnic tables. All sites are pull through's, 30 or 50 amp service and 16 have sewer connections. The park is located a short walk to the Yakima River for floating or fly fishing and easy access to Ellensburg to the north and Yakima to the south. It is very quiet and peaceful. They will provide shuttle service if needed. I called and made reservations to ensure we had sewer but many people show up and self-register. They do not take credit cards. We were able to use our Passport America card. We will stay here again and recommend it to our friends.
This is a great place to park to see the sights of Seattle and north to Canada or the San Juans. It is easy to find, quiet, the office personnel are helpful, the park is clean, has cable, and we were lucky to have 50 amp service. Our spot was a bit crowded with the trees/bushes on either side so we were unable to put our awning down. Next time we will ask for a different pull-through. They have a neat lake stocked with fish. I would have scored it higher if all spots had 50 amp. There were quite a few people that left for work between 5:00 and 6:00 AM. It is close to Wal-Mart and many restaurants and small businesses.
We have returned to this park yearly for 21 years. The sites are level and are blacktopped. There are trees between the spaces so you don't feel like you are on top of one another. All sites have fire pits and picnic tables. There is no cable TV and the antenna TV does not work but those with satellite TV get reception. Cell phones with Verizon service work well. We will continue to come back to this nicely maintained and quiet campground.
This is a nice park located in the woods with the Skykomish River located on some of the sites. It is about 5 miles out of Monroe so it is very quiet. The sites are fairly level and there are lots of things to do such as using the pool, volleyball, shuffleboard, etc. Monroe has many nice restaurants including Tiajuanas for Mexican food. They have a large craft store for stocking up on craft supplies. Antenna TV does not work well and there is no cable TV. We will stay here again as it is gated and the people running the park are friendly and helpful.
This park is located on Lake Sawyer in Black Diamond. The main roads are black topped but the sites are gravel. The is grass between the sites and most of them have picnic tables. Water pressure is fairly good. Many of the sites do not have sewer at them and they are 30 amp. You are not allowed to use electric heaters here. Person checking us in was friendly and helpful. Because of the lack of sewer and 50 amp service, I have scored this park an 8. I would stay here again but only for 1 night.
This is our second stay at Maple Grove. It was off season so we had full hookups with sewer and 50 amp service. During the busy season this often is not possible. People in the office are helpful and friendly. We wanted a place to relax and this was it. They have a pool and meals on weekends that expands when the park is more full. We will come and stay again even if we can't have sewer and 50 amp service.
This park was easy to find and the lady checking us in was helpful and pleasant. Most sites are pull-through and are level. The park was clean and the noise from the highway was not too noticeable. The streets are black topped. The water pressure was not the best but it was okay. I would stay here again and recommend it to others as the cost with Passport America is $15 a night.
This is a nicely maintained park and is close to Medford so it can be used for a day trip to Crater Lake and Ashland for the plays in the summer. The sites are level, pull through and the people are friendly and helpful. It is very quiet as it is off the main roads. I would stay here again and recommend it to others.
This is rustic camping at its best. However, the turns can be tight for bigger rigs and some of the sites have trees very close so you must position yourself carefully if you have slides. There are all kinds of old things around the campground with a bit of history about them. This campground is located about 25 miles from Yosemite and the ride there is spectacular. The campground is small and quiet. The owner is friendly and helpful. There is no cell service, Internet or TV service. The write up told us about a restaurant across the road, which is closed. About a mile down the road there is a quilt shop, beauty shop and there are a couple of small stores associated with gas stations. The town of Coulterville is historic.
This park is a well-kept secret and one we will stay in again. The roads are blacktopped and the sites are either cement or crushed rock and level. They have a pool and the people running the park are friendly and helpful. We used this as a one night stop on our way to Yosemite and will come back when we are in the area and stay longer.
We are members of Colorado Rivers Association so it cost us "zero" to stay here except for the yearly dues. RPI pays $10 a night. This is a great place to just relax and watch the Colorado River as Needles doesn't have a lot going on. The managers spread the people out which was nice. The sites are level and the pool and hot tub are great. We enjoy picnic tables that do not tip! We will stay here again.
This is a well maintained campground that is very busy in April. It is quiet and down in a hollow so personal computer email reception was not always the best. The people were friendly--there are lots of activities--nice meals if you want to buy them. Sites are fairly level and gravel. Great place to stay if you want to visit Jerome, Sedona, Montezuma's Castle and Well and the Grand Canyon. We are traveling with another couple and had to drive around for over 1/2 an hour to find pull-throughs that were close together as we share meals. It would have been nice to have been given a list of possible sites when we checked in. However, they don't do that. It is a place we will stay again and will tell others about it.
This is a great place to stay and to use as a base. We went to Taos one day and then into Santa Fe, but found we needed more than a couple of days. The staff was very friendly and helpful and provide you with a list of places they recommend. The sunsets were wonderful. Our site was level and gravel. There were picnic tables and they sell propane. I understand the showers and laundry room were clean but we don't use them. We will stay here again and recommend it to others.
Found this place by the billboards along the highway. If you get a players card you can stay with full hookups, 50 amp service for $10. Without the card you would pay $20. Plus the card gives you discounts for meals, in the gift shop and in the market. They also give each person $10 for gas/diesel which is nice, so our staying there was basically free. You camp on gravel and the 5 pull through spots were full by 5:00 p.m. Several people in motor homes parked sideways to the hookups rather than back in and there was still room. We would stay here again.
Very friendly and helpful staff. They have someone lead you to your site which is nice. Sites were level and gravel. Some have swings and all have a fire pit or cooking pit which was nice to be able to BBQ steaks. They have a nice restaurant featuring BBQ. They also have a store that has some of the essentials. It is located out of town so you drive back in to visit the Caverns and then the other way to go to Roswell and the UFO Museum. Ate lunch in Roswell at The Cattle Baron and the salad buffet was exceptional. We would recommend this to others and will stay here again when we pass through.
Great park with level sites and cement patios for our use. Alamo Tours will come to the RV park and pick you up and drop you off. The tour is great and worth the money. Had a great time on the river walk boat ride especially. Staff is very helpful and their RV products are good if something goes wrong for you. We recommend this place and will stay here again. We travel in a fifth wheel.
Great place to be. Office help is friendly and a great breakfast is available for $2 a person: Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 24-hour gated park, which is nice. Even though it is located on Interstate 35, it was quiet where we were parked. Several people saw wild turkeys in the park but we didn't. We recommend this and will stay here again.
Without a doubt this is the cleanest park we have been in since July 1, 2010. The people are very friendly and helpful. Pads are cement and they have a patio and picnic table for each site. It is very quiet. A shuttle runs often to take you to the casino or bring you back. We will stay here again and recommend it to others.
This park started off great and was a big disappointment at the end. When we checked in we said we might like to stay 4 nights and the office personnel said they would charge us for 3 and hold the 4th day. They did not give us any time line to make this choice. Upon calling to add the 4th night we were told we would have to move as they had rented it out WITHOUT calling us or making any form of contact. The person checking us in was friendly and so helpful. They offer a shuttle to New Orleans and that is nice. The gate is closed at 6:00 p.m. and we liked that. However due to their renting out our space we have scored them low. I am not sure we would stay here again.
If you are looking for southern hospitality and are near Biloxi be sure to stay here. It is a short walk to the beach and the Gulf of Mexico. There is a pool, full-hookups, pull-throughs, park activities and coffee and pastry every morning. The owner was so friendly and helpful. He explained how to find Wal-Mart and the various things we might like to see here. We will go back and this time stay longer than 2 days: that just wasn't enough time.
We did not have reservations and decided to try this campground. Very friendly office personnel. Park is well maintained and they sell propane at the park. We were in a site backed up to the bay. It was lovely. We will stay here again and recommend it to others.
A nicely run park and friendly people. You can buy propane right by the office. They have lots of activities planned. The turns are kind of tight even with a pull through. Most pads are cement and have a patio. We were able to use a discount which helped with the price. We would stay here again.
This is a very upscale park with paved pads, patios and a cement table and benches. The landscaping is very nice. It has a heated pool. However it is a one-way street so we had to go out of the park, through the Post Office Parking Lot and then back in to the park to get to our site. All sites are back in. Most of the sites are privately owned and then rented out. It is a short walk to the beach which is nice. Has a good pool and lounges. I rated this as an 8 because the price is very high. There are special charges of $12 which drives the cost up. Because of the cost we would not stay here again.
This is a county run park and we will come back. The sites are roomy and there are shade trees. The heated pool is well maintained as are the showers and restrooms. There is a nice clubhouse with a TV. The Indian River is on one side and Highway 1 is on the other. The noise from the trains and road can be loud but after awhile you don't even notice it. We were here for 5 months and had a great time. There is lots to do in the area and there are several golf courses.
Had we known that at least 80% of this park is made up of owner park models we would have stayed some place else. The roads are not paved and the turns are tight especially for a big rig. The covered deck was nice but not well maintained. Quiet hours are 10 pm to 8 a.m. We had purchased for $10 the right to wash our rig. We didn't even start until 8:30. At 9:00 a man came charging down like Custer and the 7th Calvary and told us we had to turn the water off now as we could not wash rigs in the park. I told him we had the pass to wash it this day and it was on the dashboard as we were told to do. Well, you are using the water for the neighbor next door he said next. No I replied, that water is marked DO NO USE and we used the one facing our rig and that this spot had hookups on either side and we were told we could use either one. Oh he replied! Did he or the management apologize? NO! We would never stay here again as it was too much money even though the ocean was not very far. It was a walk up hill to the pool and we don't have bikes and they do not provide a parking area up there for the people parked down near the beach. It would have been nice had they explained about the garbage pickup and where you put it at 10:30.
If you want to see Savannah this is the park to stay in! It is located closest to the historic district and the people that check you in are friendly, know the area and share so much with you. They go above and beyond what we have seen other places. They ordered us the Old Town Trolley and the company came and picked us up and brought us back at the end of the day. The trolley is a great way to see the city and learn about it and your ticket can be used for a discounted price for a second day. We are under shade trees, on a concrete slab and have full hookups with 50 amp service. We will recommend this place to others and will stay here on our next visit to Savannah.
Back to Nature Campground is just as it sounds. You camp in the trees overlooking 2 ponds for fishing. The owners were friendly and helpful in taking us to our site and in finding services. The play equipment for the kiddos is excellent. I would rate them higher had there been sewer at the site. We would stay here again as it is very quiet and we will recommend it to others.
This RV Park has been great for a 4 night stay. The people checking us in were knowledgeable and friendly and we were escorted to our large, level pull-through site. The water pressure is the best we have experienced! There are cement patios next to every spot. This park also has mobile homes in it and a great swimming pool. It is convenient to fast food, Wal-Mart, and other stores and is about 17 miles from Atlanta. We recommend RV Park this highly and will stay here again.
This is a clean, well maintained KOA with long, wide spaces. You are not packed in on top of the person next door. The person checking us in was friendly and knowledgeable of the area. The Halloween decorations were a fun addition. Seems a bit spendy for a stay of any length but okay for one night. The road noise was heard inside but tolerable.
We are full-timers and are so glad to have found this park. It is a perfect place to stay and then do day trips around the area. The owners are very friendly and provided a list of how to find things like the post office, grocery stores, Wal-Mart, as well as the better restaurants. This park is quiet and we felt very safe camping here. We had a pull-through, 50 amp site that was level. They provide a fire ring and picnic table. I will recommend this RV park to others and will stay here again.
This is an older park that appears to have people living there full time. It is well maintained and quiet at night. Someone in the park spent at least 4 hours in the afternoon tuning a motorcycle or that is what it sounded like. It was backfiring and loud. However, it was not during quiet time so we didn't make any complaints. This is a good place to stay for one night while you are on a trip as it is close to the highway and has easy access to fuel and Wal-Mart.
This is a great campground and easy to find as they have signs along the highway. We had 50 amp service, full hookup and a fire ring. The people running it are knowledgeable and friendly. This park has a theme around frogs and is well carried out. We understand they are putting in miniature golf next year with this theme. We will recommend it as it is quiet and well run. Be sure to check their board on front porch as to their specials like coffee and cinnamon rolls on Sunday.
We would have rated this campground higher but the road noise is quite loud. We were on the first row facing the highway which is about half a block away. The lady checking us in was very helpful. The park is almost full and the site we are in is not level. However it is close to a great RV store with parts and helpful personnel. We would recommend this to others and stay here again but would request a spot on the farthest side from the highway.
Most people who stay here own the space they are in so there are a lot of personal items around each rig. The manager was really nice and led us to our spot in her golf cart. They were very accommodating about accepting mail or FedEx which helps when you are on the road. We did not have sewer but they do have a dump site which we did not use. We would stay here again and recommend this to others as it was quiet. We had a bit of trouble finding it due to the road construction but that won't happen forever.
This was a different experience as we were here the end of September and never saw anyone. There were 5 or 6 other rigs there but no one was in them or in the office. They left a note on the door for us and did not come to collect the fee so we left a check. We stayed here 2 nights and found it to be easy access off the highway and quiet. The shade trees were nice. It is close to town and to the Corn Palace which we came to see. We would stay here again when we are passing through and will recommend it to others.
This is a good place for one night. The cement sites located behind the motel are level and you have excellent cable TV reception. They do not give discounts but do give $1 off coupons on the Pioneer Auto Museum which is an excellent place to visit. It was quiet and we would stay here again.
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff that checked us in. Provided us with lots of brochures and pamphlets and suggested their favorite places to visit. Has fire pits, picnic tables and a small store for ice, miscellaneous items and ice cream. Park is off the main highway so it is quiet and you have deer in the campgrounds. It is close to use as a base and travel to Jewel Cave, Wind Cave, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse and a ride on an 1880's steam train. We will come here again and will recommend this to others.
This park is very convenient for your visit to Devil's Tower and the price to stay is right. Sites were close together and pool was not being used which was unfortunate. Fairly quiet at night even though rigs were pulling in after dark. We would stay here if we were going to Devil's Tower again.
Excellent park with long pull-through sites. The scenery is beautiful and the managers do a great job. We were given a free ice cream of our choice at check in. It is 15 minutes to the Custer Battlefield and that is really well maintained. For an great meal try the Trading Post across from the entrance to the Battlefield and have an Indian Taco. They are amazing. The Garryowen Museum is well worth going into.
A very clean, well-maintained park. We were parked near the back and the road noise was not a problem. Owner was very helpful and friendly. The Cody Trolley will come out and pick you up. Less than 5 mile drive to Buffalo Bill Historical Center, the Cody Murals, historic Irma Hotel and Old Trail Town. Very convenient to shopping. We will stay here again and recommend it to others.
This was our first time to stay here and we will return. It is peaceful and quiet even though you are camped quite close to people. The scenery is amazing and the owners pointed us to local areas of interest we would not have seen. It is only 20 miles to West Yellowstone and you will see wildlife on the way.
Park was clean but the noise from the highway was too loud during the day and at night. Manager not there when they said they would be, so we had to wait. We probably will not stay here again due to the noise. One big bonus is they give a discount to veterans.
We loved this campground and will come back often. As it was off-season it was not crowded and the owner was very helpful in finding us a level site and in telling us places to visit in the area. We had a great time at the hot springs and will recommend the park and that experience to others. Road noise was not an issue and we were placed behind the building.
We stayed here for 2 days and other than the road construction in town we have no complaints. The pads are 90' and are cement so they are level. There are large grass areas alongside you. It was very quiet and it a gated park at night. We will stay here again. There is an excellent butcher shop in Deer Park--we filled our freezer.
We liked everything about this park but the price. It is convenient to Seattle. The park is well maintained and it is fun having the ducks and such where you can see them. We probably will stay here again as it is convenient to see family and friends.
This is a very well-run park with lots of extra activities like a BBQ, pancake breakfast, bingo, movie night and live music. We booked for full hook-ups and when we arrived were told that we could not have sewer. We stayed here a week and moved 4 times to take advantage of having sewer. This park is great if you want to see Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens. They have a nice pool. The people running the park are friendly and helpful. We will stay here again even if it means moving several times.
Nice level sites with the full-hookup and lots of room between them. Conveniently located to several museums and a horse drawn wagon ride to look at the many murals. People were friendly and helpful. There is a pool. Their museum for the Yakama Tribe is outstanding. We would stay here again.
We have stayed here several times. Nice level sites and the road noise was tolerable. Water pressure was very low though. You can pay a bit more and have a continental breakfast. They give you access to the motel's pool. We will stay here when passing through the area.
We have stayed here twice and liked it. They have roaming security which is good. We had a fire ring, a standing BBQ and a picnic table. Some places are packed pretty close and the last time there we had problems parking due to a tree that needed to be trimmed. Food in the casino is quite good. It is quiet at night. If you are a boater or like to fish this is the place to be. Scenery is great. We will stay here again.
Owner is very knowledgeable and helpful. Park is conveniently located to shopping areas and to Seattle to the South and Victoria, B.C. to the north. They do have a problem with standing water but they are working on it. Has cable TV and Wi-Fi. Places are fairly close to each other. Road noise is tolerable. We would stay here again if we were passing by.
We have camped here for 20 years and will continue to go there as it is one of our favorite parks. Sites are large and blacktopped with trees separating you from the next person. It is an easy walk to the beach for kite flying. Each spot has a nice fire ring and picnic table. It is a great place for the family and good for bike riding.
We have been staying here for at least 5 years and it is part of our park system. There are great shade trees, the sites are gravel and level, the staff if friendly and helpful, the pool is great and they have many activities. Their 4th of July celebration is family friendly and fun. There are fire rings. The only downside are the mosquitoes and they spray for them. We will go back often.
This is a very rustic park with all sites being on dirt and there is a lot of dust when a rig goes by. Pool is great and people are friendly. Road noise is very high due to it's location on I-90 and you can't sleep with your windows open. I would come here again but will not stay longer than 1 or 2 days.
We have stayed up here for 15 years and find it a convenient location to the San Juans and Victoria BC. This park has gravel sites so there is a lot of dust. Sites are fairly level and the park is kept clean. It has a nice path for walking or bike riding. Their 4th of July is great. Price will depend on whether you are on the water or not.