A very nice RV park. The owners were friendly and helpful. The sites were very well maintained and nicely appointed. There was a club house and lots of books and DVDs. We enjoyed ourselves and would stay here again. There is a dirt road that must be navigated to the park, but it is not very long, and the owners can't do anything about it because it is not city maintained. The view of the mountains was great and the park was very quiet.
This is a nice RV park. It was clean and well maintained. The owners were very friendly and helpful. They also had two young sons who were very polite. They even had dog treats for our 2 pups. The sites were large and easy to access. There is noise from the interstate and an occasional train, but the park is still worth the stay. We would come back again. We stayed 2 nights.
Dog owners beware. When we called and made our reservation we were told this was a dog friendly park. When we checked in we were given the rules, which stated the dogs could not even walk on the roads of the RV park. You were required to put your dog in the car and drive it out of the campground to find a place for it to go potty. Some residents did not follow the rules. We spoke with one lady who was staying at the park for 2 months and she had been told she was absolutely forbidden to walk her dog in the court where she lived. Another resident suggested she run her dog down the main road to get it out of the park. This was an old lab that couldn't even walk fast. Our block had a leader and he stopped in right after we arrived to make sure we knew the other rules. The spaces in the park are very close together which is probably common for private parks in this area. It was well maintained and had a lot of amenities but most residents spent the winter in it and were not very hospitable. We would not stay here again.
We were traveling through so were only able to spend the night. This is a nice CG with very friendly and helpful hosts. The sites are terraced into a hillside and we had the penthouse view! It is near the Little Bighorn Battlefield and is a beautiful area. We plan to come back and spend more time here. The rate was $35 after the Good Sam discount. DH thought it was a little pricey.
This is a nice campground on the Salmon River but the spaces are small. The owner gave us directions on how to white water raft on the river. The CG is close to the town of Salmon with shoppes and restaurants. We recommend the Junkyard Bistro for some very good food.
Wonderful campground. We had site 1 which had a large grassy area next to it. They also had white-water rafting trips on the Snake River and we went on one. It was great. Our guide Ryan was a blast and very good with us newbies. The evenings were quiet and restful. They also have a cafe on site. The town of Hagerman is not too far away and the 1000 Springs State Park in the area is awesome.
Magnificent campground. We spent 3 nights here with our two dogs and loved every minute. Park staff were very friendly and helpful. Also had wonderful campground hosts. The park was a little difficult to get to because of the construction work on Hwy 19 due to the rising waters of Devils Lake. And driving over the 4 mile causeway was an experience but well work the trip. The lake is beautiful and the campground lush with grass, butterflies, and thousands of dragonflies. Not filled to capacity due to the construction which made it even more serene. Definitely would come back again.
This is a nice campground several miles outside Menomonie. Very friendly hosts. The campground is small with some permanent residents, but still room for a 42 foot motorhome. We had full hookup and a cement pad (only one available). The CG is alongside the Red Cedar river and has a magnificent 37 mile biking trail that can also be used by joggers, hikers, and cross-country skiing in the winter. They also rent canoes, kayaks, and tubes for the river. Pet friendly and some of the local dogs and cats roamed around freely saying hello. Very quiet and peaceful place. We would stay here again.
We stopped here for one night. The lake is beautiful and the campground is advertised as a resort area. It is family friendly and has houses and trailers to rent. There are also a lot of permanent residents. Our site was grass and dirt and difficult to maneuver for a 42' motorhome. We had full hookup ,but the camper parked next to us was also hooked into the 20 amp part of our electrical box. Quiet time was from 10pm to 8am but there were kids outside playing after 11:30pm. When we checked in we used our Good Sam discount, but were charged an additional $3 per dog as "additional occupants". They were not allowed near the water and the designated pet area was way on the other side of the park. The campground was in a beautiful area, but there were so many people crammed in and so many rules that it was not an enjoyable place. We would not camp here again.
Wonderful Kane County park. Close to the Fox River that has walking and bike paths. Also close to many small towns with quaint downtown areas. The park had 50 amp and water but not sewer. They have had a great deal of rain in the area so the mosquito's were on the attack which affected outdoor activity. There is a train system that can take you to downtown Chicago. It is the furthest stop out to the suburbs so the ride is an hour plus but still easier than driving. The camp was quiet and had easy access trails for hiking. Also has an equestrian trail and camping area.
This is a nice campground overlooking Sugar Creek outside of Crawfordsville. It is small but also offers kayaking and tubing on the river. It was hot and humid and unfortunately there were a lot of little black bugs pestering us. The area is easy access to Crawfordsville and state parks like Turkey Run and Shades. The owners were very friendly and worked hard to make it a nice camp. The spaces were grass/dirt and we had a pull through along with full hookup. Our rates were Passport America.
Beautiful state park. Very family friendly and many people camped in tents. Only a third of the sites have full hookup but others have 50 amp power. The weather was hot and humid but the lake supplied a refreshing change. We would stay here again.
If you want to be in the hustle and bustle of Pigeon Forge this is not the place to stay. However, if you want beautiful views of the Smoky Mts, clean air, cool temperatures at night then this is a great RV park. Service was great. The park features cement pads, and a nice swimming pool. The trip to Pigeon Forge is about 8 miles down curvy mountain roads but easily accessible in a 42 ft RV. It is a family friendly park. It is five miles to the back entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains Park. There are still sites to be completed but not a hindrance to the rigs. The main park complex was very nice.
Good Park, basically an grass field with hookups. WiFi was not free - had to get Tangonet for $15 per week. Check-in was efficient, easy access from interstate. Great walking area around park and dog park with bathing area. Pool was heated and clean.