Campsites were level and hookups were in the right location. Rain made this campground a pond with mosquitoes and mayflies everywhere. Sunsets were great. Location is pretty but for the price it's not worth it. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.
Nice campground with good services from check-in to utilities. Site was level and a good length to also park our car. Mosquitoes where a pain after a rain or around 8:30 pm. Campground about 15 t0 20 minutes from downtown Ottawa. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.
Nothing fancy just a small clean well cared for campground. Gazebo on property near the waters edge. Utilities are placed properly and in good working order. Sunsets at this park are beautiful. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.
We asked for a site where we could get satellite TV and took their word on Wi-Fi in the park. Both requests were not honored. First, "Wi-Fi is down in the park except at our pub", we were told. Great. You have to leave your site and buy your drinks from the pub because no outside beverage is allowed. Ding --more money. The dog run is were the overflow cars got parked. Nothing could be hung on or from trees--fine--then enforce the rule. There were clothes lines at several sites. Kids riding little battery operated cars in roadways---according to the rules this is not allowed. Several staff members driving golf carts way above the posted 5 MPH. Signs stating no fireworks--rule not enforced. In 4 years of fulltiming this is the worst park for the price that we have stayed at. Our RV is 40' long.
The park needs a good cleaning up. Trash was laying around in several areas (shame on the campers). This park is a nightmare for a large rig. Limbs need to be trimmed on roads and at sites. I booked a site for a unit over 32' and had a 2" limb about 20' from the entrance of my sight at a height of about 10'. Instead of workers driving around they should try to work at making this park the jewel it should be. Our RV is 40' long.
I wish park officials would realize that we need height room to get to our campsite without scratching up the unit. Park was clean and fairly well maintained. Electric and water worked well. Our RV is 40' long.
This park is designed for everyone. Cabins, pull-throughs, back-ins etc. Our site was level and had hookups placed in the proper places. Park was clean and had help everywhere doing work. Our RV is 40' long.
This park needs a good cleaning up. Mud is the theme of this park. Roads have little to no gravel and are a mess. Utilities worked fine and are at the right location. We were camped next to a cabin that had trash, clothes, chairs, and you name it scattered everywhere. We would suggest to only reserve the middle of the campground if you book here. We stayed in a 40' motorhome. Our RV is 40' long.
What a nice clean park. Middle of campground has several pull-through spots for large rigs. Nice beach on lake makes for a great swimming hole. Utilities were in the right place and worked well. Our rig is 40' long..
Park is located in a great location to see Door County. Sites are large but some had very little rock and all became a swamp when it rained. Mosquitos are a big problem---bring lots of spray. Restrooms/Shower rooms are old and some could use an update.
Nice level grass sites on the edge of the fairgrounds. Trees are small so shade is not available. However, I felt this park had a great feel. The park manager is a great guy who is laid back but keeps the park in great shape. 50 amp service, water and a dump station for the price is a bargain. Note: Downtown Chicago is about 1 and a 1/4 hour away.
Great little campground with large, level sites. Utilities were placed in the right locations and in proper working order. We could not use our MiFi and satellite TV because of the trees. Our rig is 40' long.
Campground is clean and laid out well. Spaces are fairly big and don't make one feel crammed. This park is only 5 minutes from just about any store one could need. The only issue we had were ticks and more ticks. We removed 11 from our dog in 7 days and he was out only to do his bathroom duties. We also removed 3 ticks from the wife. Our rig is 40' long.
Overall this is an OK park. Sites are a little tight with most a half-moon shape. Check-in was not pleasant--The young lady did not want to be bothered. Every question we asked seemed to cause her a hassle. We were not given any maps or literature concerning the park. Having just left a different Colorado state park, there was no comparison.
This is a nice park in Longmont. Sites are various sizes with some that can hold a 45' motorhome and toad. There is a dump station at the park. Some sights have electric/water or just electric. Park is located within driving distance to the Rocky Mountain NP about 1 1/4 hour. Sites are gravel, sand, and dirt, which can be messy if it rains.
Park is clean and well kept. Anytime you camp in a Colorado State Park there is a $7.00 car charge on top of the per night rate. They do have an annual car pass for $70.00 per year. Therefore my camping rate really was $31.00 per night. This park is new but has just a couple of sites that will hold a 40' rig.
Huge park with hundreds of park models. Our site was fairly level with OK hookups. Had to dig around sewer connection because they have them horizontal below the surface of the ground. I don't get it. Price reflects Passport America discount.
Park is clean with sites that are fairly close to each other. Utilities were placed correctly and worked fine. Park is about 25 minutes from downtown San Diego. Most big box stores are located within about 5 to 10 minutes from the park. My biggest problem is 14 days at $45.00 is pretty expense for a park like this. The other problem is ants are everywhere. Every camper near us had put some kind of ant control around their unit.
Overall this park is a gem. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Sites are level with the utilities placed properly. Park is very clean and well maintained. The dog park is not fenced but is a large grassy area that is very nice. In my opinion it's a little to expensive.
Park is tight for large rigs. Site was level with utilities located in the right spot. If you have slides it's hard to sit beside your rig in the middle area. Ants are all over in this park because it was once an orchard. In 48 hours we had them in our coach--bummer. Management does spray for the ants because they want no chemicals.
This is a large gravel lot that is level with some shade trees. Utilities are placed correctly and worked fine even in 97 degree weather. It's close enough to go down to Frisco for the day. Overall this park is fine for a short stay. They do not have WI-FI.
Campground is fairly well maintained with sites close together. Utilities are properly placed; however, we had power issues, as did our neighbors, when the temperature hit 95. If I pay for 50 AMP I expect 50 AMP.
Camp host knows how to run a campground; If possible a space/campsite is left between each person. Their is plenty of grass and other areas to run your dog. Some locations in the "A" section have little or no WiFi access. However, the camp host forewarned us of this problem. Utilities are placed in the right place and worked correctly.
Park is very pretty and extremely tight in some areas for a 40' motorhome. The sites are close together and offer no privacy. Our dog was $10.00 extra dollars? Really. Overall, we don't think this is for us.
When you arrive, check in at the hotel even for a free site. Check in was fine and the clerk could not have been nicer. This casino/RV park has two sections. Sites 44 thru 49 are free with no hookups while the other sites have hook ups. All sites are level and concrete. The free spaces are tight and you are asked to leave in your slides.
This is a nice clean park with level sites. Utilities are placed in the correct area for easy hook up. Park is a little noisy at night if on the main road going in and out. Park is about a 15 to 20 minute drive to Portland. Five dollars to wash your motorhome. Great for walking your dog. Wife had trouble with their Tengo WI-FI. Overall, this is a nice campground to see the local area.
Overall a very well kept park. Sites are tight and were not long enough for our 40' motorhome and toad. Overall the park is tight for large rigs. Utilities worked well and were placed correctly. WIFI was ok at best.
Pick a harbor side lot. We had great views of the harbor and cruise ships coming and leaving Skagway with a mountain background. Sites have no sewer, 30 amp service with water. There is a dump station at the park. We were allowed to wash our rig and toad at our site.
Nice state park with paved roads and sites. Camp sites are very large and offer privacy. This park is 15 minutes from about anywhere in Anchorage. Park was well maintained with a dump station and fresh water available.
Park needs some tender loving care. Sites are tight in every direction and not level. Utilities worked well and are placed properly. Park is good for easy access to all that Homer offers. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.
Beautiful park with paved streets and sites. Sites are level, however, as stated in website there are no hookups. Large glacier can be viewed from campsites and a fish overlook is next door. There is plenty of room for big rigs.
Staff was friendly and helpful during our stay. Our pull through site was plenty long for a 40' motorhome and toad. Site was not very level, however all utilities worked well. WiFi was not good at our site but WiFi worked very well near office.
This campground has approx. 10 sites to hold big rigs if they are available when you arrive. The sites are spaced in such a way that your neighbor maybe close but it doesn't feel like they are on top of you. Mosquitoes are pretty heavy at the campground, however they are horrible at the bus stop to go further in to Denali. (bring spray & mosquito nets for head) This is a great location to hop on the park bus because you are about 1 hour and fifteen minutes from the park entrance which saves you 2 1/2 hours when going to the rest of the park. Private cars are not allowed beyond Teklanika campground. The park buses take you the remaining 56 miles to the various stops.
Sites are narrow and not as long as they say. Our "60'" site was 52' which forced us to park our car between sites with less than a foot between our open motorhome door and the next site. The site was very unleveled with small banks at each end of rock driveway. Mosquitoes were thick and hungry as always in Alaska. I was disappointed with this park as a whole. Utilities were placed correctly and worked well.
The folks who run this campground are very nice and helpful. Sites are narrow but plenty long for a 40' motorhome and toad. Utilities worked well and were properly placed. For us this made a great one night stay. The price is high but the closeness to Denali was worth it for us.
This is a paved parking lot. Fresh water is available with a dump site about 2 miles away. Plenty of room for any size rig. This place is noisy with road noise till around 11:00 pm. It is located with easy access to anywhere in Fairbanks. Very few mosquitos.
The front office staff were helpful and friendly. Utilities are in the correct place for hookup and worked fine. The whole park is gravel which can be pretty dusty. Our site was rather uneven and required a couple of pads under the jacks.
Sites are paved and level. Hookups are in the right location and worked fine. Park is quiet and has several different kinds of sites (see their map with pictures). They have a 2 acre dog park which is super. This is a very nice park near several places to do outdoor activities.
Check in and staff were great. Site was gravel but level and hookups were in the proper place. Dog run was in a large fenced area with lots of trees. There is a very pretty waterfalls on the property. Overall a nice place to stay for a couple of days.
This is a nice small park with good owners. Park was clean, spots were pretty level but somewhat tight, WI-FI was very good. There are lots of trees which are great; however, satellite TV may not work. I feel the sites could use some new gravel. Overall this park is a gem.
Check in was handled ok. Sites are tight and not level in the pull through section. Utilities work fine and are in the proper spot. Main problem we had was the owner/manager who complained about our dog on a leash peeing on a rock at the end of the site. When our dog was walked at night there were dogs running loose in the park while the owners(permanent people there)watched their dogs go anywhere. The park had to do utility work near our site and informed us 10 minutes before it started. The owner/manager knocked on our door to ask us if we knew about the work. I told her no only to have her ask me two more times if I was informed. This work went on 2 days next to our site while at least ten open sites farther away from the noise remained open.This is where we should have been placed when checking in. Overall a nice park with a pretty setting. However, lousy management can ruin a good thing.
Park is a large gravel lot with lots of permanent residents. The park was clean with level sites and hook ups in the proper place. Our dog was not happy with no grass anywhere to do his business. This park makes a good 1 night stop.
This is a big park with a pretty good layout. Sites are level, close together with hook-ups in a good location. While the park was clean overall a lot of dog owners did not pick up after their dogs. This is the dog owners' responsibility, but the park needs to enforce it's pick-up policy.
This is a decent park with level sites and good utilities. Sites are rather narrow with some gravel and some grass between sites. There are two dog runs which are OK. Overall a decent park for a short stay. The rate is too high for what you get.
Check in was great and made us feel very welcomed. The motorcoach residents were so friendly to us during our stay. One large pool with satellite pools mixed into the campground. Sites are large with most being landscaped very well. We had a refrig, dishwasher, sink, large Jenn Air propane grill, smoker and 3 palapas on our colored polished concrete double wide pad. Power, water and sewer were placed correctly and in very good working order. This place is expensive but for us well worth for us.
Paper and trash blowing everywhere. Lots of permanent residents and it shows. Some sites had as many as 3 cars on them. They have security people riding on bikes sometimes. On the north side of park just over their fence is a tent/sheet campground for the homeless. No speed limit posted that I saw in park which means cars and buzzing by. City police were in the park twice during our 1 week stay. Sites are extremely close. Power, water, and sewer all worked well.
What a gem in a beautiful part of California. The wind can be bothersome and gusty. However we had more days with no wind or a slight breeze than windy days. We spent 5 months at this park and the rate is the average cost including electric and propane. The only problem I saw was not enough washer and dryers at the park. However this never caused me personally a problem. Park is run by a great group of workers who make sure it is clean and quiet. The average grocery store or gas station is less than 5 to 10 minutes from the park. There are so many great places to eat (local places) in Palm Springs which is 15 to 20 minutes away. This area has all the big box stores and chain restaurants anyone can think of. I enjoyed my lot that faced north where I could enjoy 70 to 80 degree days and look at snow covered mountain peaks. Joshua Tree National Park is 30 to 45 minutes away depending on which entrance you use.
Great park in a pretty rolling hill setting. Sites are large, level and most are shaded. Nice large gated dog run with lights available for night use. Yosemite is about an hour and a quarter away. Roads from the RV park to Yosemite are in great shape. People at the park are very friendly and helpful.
Overall a nice clean park. Sites are rather small and fairly tight. Wi-Fi was up and down for 3 days and totally unavailable for 2 days. Roads in the park are narrow asphalt with most sites being gravel. Sites that are near Airport Rd. are noisy. This is the most overpriced park for what you get that I've found in 2 1/2 years of fulltiming.
Sites are gravel, average size and very level. Easy to maneuver in park and sites. Utilities worked well except for Wi-Fi. This park gives excellent access to the surrounding wine country and is about one hour north of San Francisco.
Park sites are mostly surrounded by trees and shrubs. It is a little tight but certainly doable to park in most sites. Park was clean and quiet during our stay. Hookups worked well and had proper placement. WiFi was not consistent.
Great park with sites for every kind of camping. Check in went smoothly and we were shown to our site. Hookups were in the proper area and in good working order. WiFi was not consistent which is inexcusable.
This park is kept up very well. Sites are concrete and level with the hookups in the right positions. The sidewalk is only about 2' from the front of your coach so everytime someone passes they can look right in. Wi-Fi was up and down our whole stay. This has been a problem for months--no excuse for this kind of service. Main road into and through the park has a speed limit of 25 MPH, way too fast.
This park has a great vibe. The campsite roads are very narrow for a 40' motorhome. Sites were pretty level and rather large. Overall people seemed to be having a great time and observed the quiet hours. This state park would be awesome if they would spend a few hours and trim tree branches to make it more useable to all types of camping.
Friendly rangers made check in a breeze. Park is in a large old growth woods that allows little sunlight to campsites. Park was rather noisy even late into the night (2AM) in section C. Sites are not real level with pads being very narrow. The sites are large overall. It is tight when driving around in a 40' motorhome.
This park is well maintained and located near several attractions. Sites are level but a little close to each other. Park was very quiet with great wi-fi. Dog run is a very large, grassy area. Laundry area has brand new washers and dryers that are $2.00 each.
Sites are huge with a firepit and picnic table. Most sites are fairly level and easy to back into. Large trees surround the campsites and park. There were a few areas that the branches (small) were tight for our 40' motorhome. This park has a huge dog area about a 1/2 mile from the campsites. Cell service was very good, however our satellite would not work. Overall this is a real gem.
What a gem. The only thing between you and the ocean is the sand. This park is not fancy, however it's clean, sites are level and no obstructions to get to your site. If you love the sound of the ocean and beautiful sunsets, this park is for you. We are 40'.
The park is small and the sites are close together. The park was clean and well cared for. The town of Sequim has everything one would need when it comes to grocery stores, gas stations and eateries. Olympic NP is located about 15 miles from this park.
Campground streets and sites are paved and level. This area has huge trees and ground growth all over. ATT cellphone did not work, Verizon MIFI was very slow and satellite was almost impossible to get. Bring your bug spray for the mosquitoes which are crazy morning, noon and night. Power was lost at the park for 12 hours with no communication from the office of the problem or when it was repaired.
This is a great park for large rigs. The sites are long, roads are wide, and the grounds are in great shape. The WI-FI did not work well. I usually mark down a park 2 points for poor WI-FI; however, this park was great overall.
Overall a nice park with fairly level sites. Roads and sites are gravel. Hookups are in the proper locations. Friendly park workers who were helpful in getting us to the best sites to see for our 40-footer.
Park is tight to maneuver a 40' motorhome. Sites are not long enough to park your toad behind the coach. Sites and roadways in park are gravel. The utilities are in the proper location for hookup. Overall an OK park.
Site was not very level. The hookups were all in the proper location. Staff was friendly and check in was fine. The Wi-Fi was horrible. I will never stay here again because of the Wi-Fi. I could not even hookup, this is not right. Either you have Wi-Fi or you do not.
This park is all gravel but pretty level. The hookups were in the proper place and worked fine. The price of $16 per day is for a 1 week stay. Facilities were clean and park was very comfortable and quiet.
Sites are asphalt and level. The campsite area and Legion Lake area was easy to navigate even with a 40' motorhome and toad. Camp host was great and very helpful. This is the finest state park I've been in ever. (40 states) I can't wait to come back.
Staff was friendly and helpful when checking in. Sites are gravel but fairly level. Dog run was nice with grass. Hookups worked fine are were in the proper spots. My complaint is the Wi-Fi was useless. I would send 1 picture then get kicked out.
Park is gravel with fairly level sites. The middle of the park is for permanent residents only. I felt like the park grounds need a good going over. Park is located about 40 minutes from the Rocky National Park.
Very nice park about 2 miles from the Arches National Park. Clean and well maintained from the grounds to the showers and laundry. Nice dog park with grass. Wi-Fi was OK which is why I graded an eight.
Sites are gravel but overall pretty level. Hookups worked well but were not placed in the same general area. Wi-Fi was fair. Dog park is approx. 12X28 and all gravel. Park is about ten minutes from the Colorado National Monument which is real cool.
Park is about a 1/2 mile out the front gate of Mesa Verde. Park was clean and in good shape. Our site slanted pretty hard to one side. We used 5 blocks of 2X10's on both right side wheels to level. Internet was not good unless we went to the office/laundry area. This is a real pain in our opinion. Either you have Wi-Fi to be used at the sites, or you do not.
The owners of this park are hands on. They paint, plant shrubs, clean, you name it. Friendly beyond words. This is our favorite park in almost 2 years of fulltiming. The deck on the back of the lobby is huge. I would guess there is seating for almost 70 people and lots more space for standing. Hot tub, laundry, and showers were immaculate. They had 2 dinners in our 7 day stay. They supplied fish, tater tots and coleslaw along with desert for one dinner. They supplied pasta, garlic bread, and desert for another. We were asked to bring a drink and side dish. This resort makes you feel like your home with friends. Thanks for a great week.
The hosts at this park are the nicest people we have met in 1 1/2 years of fulltiming. We were escorted to our site and the host made sure everything worked. The campground is new and has basically no shade trees. Sites are level and hookups worked great. Showers and laundry rooms were spotless. Overall park is quiet and well kept. Small dog run is also available. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.
We stayed on a river site for 3 weeks. Behind our 42' motor home was approx. 100 yards of grass with swings and benches under large trees leading to the river. This setting was fantastic. Water pressure was very high. Shower and bathrooms were well kept. There is a pool for adults only, with steam room, sauna and whirlpool. There is a pool also available for children and families. Resort was well maintained and staff very helpful. We had a problem come up and had to leave a week early so they pro-rated us at the monthly rate. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.
Great location to tour local area. Park was quiet and well kept. Sites are sand and gravel which results in more cleaning of the motorhome. Airport is out your front door and can be somewhat noisy (we had site 89). Water pressure was great and trash cans are at the end of the sites. Overall a nice stay, but I just felt like something was missing.
The park workers and guests are extremely friendly and everyone is having a good time. The view of the Frio River and Old Baldy Mountain are just fantastic. Not all sites are river viewable, however, there are several ways to get down to the river. The closest good grocery store is about a 25 minute drive. This park is very quiet and great for viewing wildlife. Restrooms and laundry rooms are kept very clean and have easy access from anywhere in the park. The site pads are sand and small gravel which can make for a mess in your car or motorhome (when wet). We spent over a month in a 40' motorhome and would gladly come back for a longer "Winter Texan" stay.
Clean. Green Gate is a 24 hour gated park that is professionally run from check in to check out. This is a great choice for the Mission Valley Area. The people were very friendly and helpful. The sites are concrete, level and most have at least one fruit tree and several palm trees. Clubhouse is very nice with a small computer room with a large library (several thousand books). The only suggestion I would have is to get a site which does not back up to Bentsen Palm Dr. This is a heavily used road at all hours. We rented from a private owner at $400.00 a month(see Green Gates website) for 3 months in a 40' MH. Note: electric is charged at 16 cents a KWH. We averages approx. $120.00 a month extra in electric costs.
Check in was handled by a very nice gentleman. He took us to our site where all the hookups worked well. Laundry facilities were cheap $1.25 for washing and .75 cents for the drier. Laundry and showers were clean and well lit all night. There is also a shuttle from the CG to Lambert's.
Noisy park that sits next to several highways. Sites are very close together. Sites are level, but connections are on the far end which means the toad must be removed to hook up to the sewer (approx. 30'). I was surprised by the great reviews. This is a 7 in my view at best.
Staff was friendly and helpful. This campground is close to the interstate and easy to get to. Our campsite was level and nicely shaded. We had a grill, swing and nice concrete patio with the site. They served a free pancake and bacon breakfast on Saturday which was quiet nice. They also have a nice dog run. Some road noise could be heard but overall a nice campground.
Staff was friendly however, when we checked in the man said the site you are assigned has never had a rig your size in it. Our space was short and we had to park our car somewhat in the road. Water pressure was horrible. Hookups were placed correctly and everything else worked fine. No fire pits and campsites are extremely close. This campground is very close to the Truman sites in Independence. Trains, trains and more trains all day and night. I want to give this CG a better review but there were to many negatives. I would not use this park for more than an overnight stay.
Nice park with lots of bike paths and hiking trails. Sites are not real level and can pose a problem for a 40' motorhome to get into. Trees could use some trimming to avoid possible scrapes down RV's. Ranger presence was noticeable in the park. Several fellow campers felt the need to go way to fast in the camping area where a 10mph speed limit was posted. Restrooms and showers were very clean and well kept.
Check-in was handled very well. This CG is used to getting people in and out. Roads were a little tight with small tree branches overhead. Sites are large and not right on top of each other. Electric worked properly(30AMP). This CG is right by the Manitou Falls both the large and small one. Overall this is a really nice CG, however be prepared for lots of families with children. The Park Ranger presence was seen several times a day/night.
This is a quiet and very well cared for campground. Sites are gravel with a large concrete pad and picnic table. Owners are very friendly and helpful with any questions. Water pressure was very low. Electric and sewer were setup properly and worked well. Bathrooms were spotless with coin operated showers. Not the pet friendliest CG and not allowed to use your RV washer and dryer. This CG has a great view of Pokegama Lake with fabulous sunrises and sunsets.
This park is OK overall. It needs a good old fashioned cleaning and trimming. Electric, water, cable TV all were good, however, the sewer connection was higher than the the outlet on my MH. This is inexcusable in my opinion.
This is a fantastic setting on Lake Superior. Park was clean and well maintained. Site 82 was tight for our 40' MH because of the slope of the asphalt and decorative boulders. We needed approx. 40' of electrical cord to hook up for 30 AMP. This park is all about the view and sandy/rock shoreline. PS: Bald eagles are around the park
Our site was the corner. It was big but the location made it noisy from traffic. We stayed here for 4 days and had sewer smells on 2. The park maintenance was responsive and found a cracked sewer cover the first time. This fixed the problem the first time. The second time we were leaving that morning and did not report the problem. This park has sights with great views of Lake Michigan. Overall this was a little above average park.
Nice RV resort. Quiet with little lighting at night for great star gazing. Pads are made to look like stone (very nice). Hookups are at the correct location and work great. Most sights are spaced far apart with wild flowers between each. This is a class A resort only however, some units were older.
This is a great RV park. Site was level and wide enough for our car, 40' motorhome, fire pit and picnic table to be on concrete. Water pressure was really good. Sites are fully landscaped with flowers, shrubs and grass everywhere else. Pool was large and immaculate. This RV park was the best we have stayed at in our year of fulltiming.
This is a very nice park. It is located about 10 minutes from the beach. Sites are level and well maintained. Pool area and clubhouse were great and landscaped really well. Staff was very helpful and friendly. I would have given this park a 10 but the water pressure was not good.
This is a very nice park. Clean and well maintained from the grounds to the buildings to the facilities (pool-restrooms). Sites are level with a lake view available from several. Clubhouse is fantastic: great library, large dining room table, kitchen, screened in gazebo, deck and porch. Lower level game room for kids. Take exit 59 off of RT 131.
This place looks great on the surface, but we had non-stop problems. Don't make the mistake of using a computerized map service to get here-the street address routed us to a narrow residential cul-de-sac. If Lat and Long were given on the campground's website, this wouldn't happen. See previous reviews-we're not alone. We were assigned to an occupied site, and when we called to ask what to do, we got voicemail. Normally no big deal, but the parking lot is jammed full of pool customers and it's a long walk from the campground to the office. But the real problem here, and the reason we won't return is the erratic electrical current that caused our surge suppressor to stop our air conditioner from running. Read the older reviews--this is not a new problem here, and no solution was offered. More issues here, but these are the main ones.
Friendly people run this campground. They are working on several improvements around the lake. (pavilion, sandy area, etc.) Roads and sites are gravel and a little close to each other. Several seasonal campers were at the campground. Little shade was available to most sites.
WI-FI did not work at our site. Campground is nice and kept up pretty well. Pool is large with lots of chairs. Lots of seasonal campers in this park. The scenery around this park is great. This park is located about 25 miles from the Flight 93 Memorial.
Clean and well maintained campground. People who run the campground were very friendly and helpful. Very close to Eisenhower locks on the St. Lawrence Seaway. The locks lower or raise approximately 42' for large ships to pass. Sites are grass and level with some shade trees. Laundry room was small but very reasonable ($1.25).
WI-FI and cellular service may come from Canadian towers. This could cause international charges on your bill. The site we had was very unlevel and extremely tight. Close to several 1000 Island sites. Large campground with sites for all kinds of camping.
Nice campground. Interior roads are tight for a large motorhome. Lots of shade and overall a well kept park. Lots of seasonal people. Owners were very friendly and helpful. Laundry and shower rooms were OK. Only 3 washers and 2 dryers for the whole park.
Our campsite was sand and some gravel with a picnic table and lots of shade. It rained a couple of times which made our site very messy. I should have asked for a pull through because most of these had gravel. This is a great location to visit several waterfalls and Lake Placid.
Nice people checked us in and led us to our site. Twice they came down to make sure everything was all right. Campground was quiet, clean and well maintained. Our pull through was gravel, shaded and very level. Water pressure was a little weak. Our MI-FI worked well, however, phone service and 3G was almost non-existent.
Check in was done by a young lady who couldn't have cared less. Shower rooms full of mosquitoes but pretty clean. We had a level pull in site on grass. Overall feel of campground and people staying was not welcoming. I would not stay at this campground again.
Very clean park with a great dog walk area. Showers and bathrooms were spotless. Pull thru sites with hook-ups located in the right area. Water pressure was not good. Everything else was really nice. There is a small cafe about 200' from their front gate with good food.
This is a very clean and well kept park. Staff was friendly and helpful when needed. We stayed on site 92 which is paved, level and had properly placed hook-ups. Easy commute to Acadia National Park and all it's sites. WiFi worked ok, however all the other facilities/hook-ups were great.
Site was not level: took several inches of board to level our 40' rig. Sites are dirt/sandy with no rock or grass. However, my biggest complaint is why does a sewer hookup have to run uphill from a unit? Their pipe is up 14" from the ground before you even attach your hose and connector.
This park is in restoration mode. Sites were gravel and close to each other. There are a lot of permanent residents, however all the people were really friendly. The owners are extremely nice and trying very hard to get this camp in shape and are getting close. Our site was level with a new electrical pedestal and water tap. Cable television and WiFi worked great. While we were here (2 days) several plants were placed and lots of leveling done around large tent pavilion with more landscaping. The owners sure are proud of their campground and have good reason to be.
This is a beautiful park. This is an old park with narrow roads and some low branches. We found several sites that would easily fit our 40' motorhome and toad. Shower water was warm at best and with little pressure. Bathrooms and showers were clean but old and need to be updated. We could not find a ranger to check in for about an hour. He was friendly but it was disorganized. Note there is only 20 amp service. I would stay here again.
Be aware this campground is on a street that is literally off the Melville Elementary School parking lot. The street Bradford is directly across from Cindy's Country Cafe. This is a very good place to grab breakfast. Nightly rate reflects full hookups with 30 amp service. Sites are gravel but fairly level. This campground offers one huge advantage and that is the 20 minute drive to the Newport Mansions. The website offers no help in general as to check in and check out times. We arrived at 11:15 and were told check in is at 1:00. When we questioned why the website did not indicate the time the explanation was the City is always changing the site. The receptionist called her boss and got approval for us to go to our site.
Great campground. Well kept and the Northeast section is great for bigger rigs. One word describes this campground--clean--from the sites to the facilities. In nine months of full timing this is the best park we have stayed at. This is not a RV resort but a great state park. Forest surrounds the area with natural beauty. We camp in a 40' motorhome.
Rustic with several options of camp sites. Sites were everything from large to small, level to not level. Area in general was clean with little in the way of downed branches. The rolling hills and woods around the park were great. This park has a great beach area (dog friendly) with cliffs nearby. We were there when tornado warnings were issued and the rangers came to every site to warn the campers and suggested buildings to go to. The rangers stayed with us and kept us informed of the weather reports until the warning was lifted. This park is located between George Washington's and Robert E. Lee's birthplaces. (approx. 5 miles each way). Shower and restroom were clean but need to be updated.
Very nice campground located near Jamestown, Yorktown, Williamsburg and the James River Plantations. Section B has paved sites with picnic tables (big rig friendly). Clean and well maintained area best describes this section. Showers were nice and clean with hot water and separate areas for showering and dressing. Laundry was $1.00 each for washer and dryer. Free ferry is about 10 minutes from campground and takes you to Jamestown. This area has beautiful scenery with winding roads.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Shuttle service to downtown Charleston was great $5.00 per person each way. Sites were level with good water, electric and sewer hook-up. Minor complaint--some sites are buddy sites with your neighbor right on top of you. I was given this kind of site when many single sites were available. A little better planning by the park would be appreciated. The "Best Damn Dog Run" period. I would guess 6 to 8 acres on a lake with several dog areas to the river. Price a little steep considering no cable, however for us and our dog it was worth it.
Park staff was great. Park was very clean from the laundry ($2.00 each per wash & dry), showers and grounds. Cable TV, WIFI, water and electric were all fine. Concrete patio with glider, table and chairs, patio umbrella and chimenea. Dog run was nice but very small. Overall a great park.
Snow birds who owned sites at the resort were friendly and helpful. Very little communication as to activities going on at the resort. Resort people as a whole, were not friendly. Document and keep all communication with staff. They use a 30-day system for a month of rental. We booked for a whole month (31 days) and were informed on the 30th by another renter that we were in his site. We paid for another night so our next reservation was not screwed up. Our neighbor found out they too were a day short however, they had paperwork documenting their conversation with the staff and were not charged an extra day. Showers and laundry were nice and clean. Showers had warm water, not hot for the 4 months we were here. Rental sites are short and close to each other and nothing but sand surrounds the concrete pad. Most of the owners who stay on their sites have landscaped. Cable TV was a joke. There are about 12 channels which includes 5 Spanish speaking network. Hookups are well placed and functioned correctly.
Well kept RV park. Park employees were very friendly and always working to keep the park looking great. Showers and restrooms were very nice as was the laundry facility. Quiet at our location however some sites are near the interstate. WiFi worked very well and cable TV offered many channels. Wal-Mart and Home Depot are about 1/2 mile from CG.
This is a great campground. The sites are large and all pull throughs. Peaceful and quiet are the words I would use to describe this CG. Restrooms and showers are older but very clean. Water pressure in the shower was excellent as was the HOT water. Laundry facility is only a washer and dryer with no where to hang up clothes. However it cost only $1.00 each to use. Close to Savannah with good roads and easy access.