This is our 1st year here. We're on the 6 month plan with is about $16.30 per night. Very large lot with patio; quiet, country feel, yet convenient to all the stores and hospital AND Disney! Beautifully maintained park. We're very happy !
The rate reflects the Passport America discount. We stayed for 2 nights w/ advance reservations. This is easy on/off I-10, level, concrete pads, all pull-thrus; well maintained. Hotel style bathrooms. Complimentary breakfast: OJ, fresh cooked waffles, bagels, coffee, etc. - just super! Staff was helpful. Would definitely stop here again.
The rate is based on our stay for 30 days, but we paid $23 for cable TV, had to pay extra for Wi-Fi and electric is $.15/kwh. It adds up. Verizon phone service was very poor. All concrete roads and pads makes for clean camping. Lots of children here for Spring Break week. The private 500' lighted pier is great. We would camp here again.
Price reflects Passport America discount. I asked for a pull-through for a 2 nights stay. He led us to the corner lot facing the entrance which was not suitable for our 37" motorhome, as the patio was several feet to the rear and I had to walk in the grass upon exiting the RV. The bad SMELL we discovered was from the nearby sewer treatment plant. We had to close the windows on a nice, breezy day. I wouldn't use the showers because of no privacy in the dressing area.
Big pull-throughs facing the water. Gravel & grass. Good Wi-Fi and services. 2 washers & dryers; did my laundry. We used Passport America - $12.50 - and stayed the max of 3 nights. We would stop here again.
Price includes electric and water in a pull through site that was level, with a grassy space. Well kept. We went because internet access was advertised. 15 minutes was free, then you had to pay and it was very poor reception. Man on the desk was an “I only work here” grump. Close to the Amish sites.
We had a long, level pull-thru site that had a nice grassy space between our neighbors. This campground was quiet, well kept, scenic, and the new management is enthusiastic and very friendly. The showers were hot, clean and freshly painted. A little off the interstate, but a great stop.
We used Passport America, but the Canada 15% tax brought it from $16 to $18. The setting is very nice, mostly permanents. The showers/bathrooms were clean but rustic, nothing I would use. The lady manager was very, very nice. A good stop.
We were parked up on the hill on a level and clean site. This park advertises free Wi-Fi and the signal was very, very poor. Even at the office. We could not get any Wi-Fi reception. The management was very nice.
We didn't make reservations and so we on a "no service" site in our motorhome. It was more suitable for tenting. There were many vacant, nicer sites that never were taken during our 2 night stay. the price for 2 nights was $78.20, no hookups. It included admittance to the "park". It was the biggest rip-off that we've ever had for camping and I would never camp at another National Park in Canada. On the plus side: the showers were fine and free of cost.
We stayed just one night as allowed on Passport America. Gravel roads and large pull-through site. Good TV reception on the antenna. Good Wi-Fi with access code, given by office. Has excellent bathrooms and is quiet, scenic.
Park is 5 miles from town, but very near "Cadillac Ranch". Washer & dryers in each comfort station is not free, but now cost 50 cents (a bargain). It's a great campground: EZ on/off I-40 with all pull-through sites, 50 amp, concrete pads and a patio.
This is our Winter Texan Home park for the past 9 years. The park is well maintained. The roads were repaved this past year. It's convenient location overcomes the close together sites. Over 80 in-park activities, tennis courts, a pool hall. A park to be proud of.