Our favorite thing about this park is the cable line-up - 60 channels. We stayed here because someone said the Wi-Fi was so good and reliable, but it has been awful. We are in site 25, right behind the office. I cannot post photos on Facebook, and the Wi-Fi goes off and on. The Wi-Fi is Tengonet, which has not been reliable at other campgrounds. I guess it is fine if you just want to check your e-mail. Still, the campground is fine for one night.
We spent three nights here and have never seen bathrooms so filthy. There were several large groups of youth tent camping, and there was toilet paper on the floor, q-tip, and hair in the sink. They need more bathrooms if they are going to have large groups there. Also, the pool is very small to serve a motel AND a campground. Our site was not level and the sun was brutal! There was no wifi in the late afternoon until the next morning. The campground wifi did not even show up as a choice. I try to judge campgrounds based on price, and we did not feel we got our money's worth at this campground - by far! It was convenient for touring Zion, but that was the only good thing.
Lovely RV park with lots of shade because of lots of mature trees. The Wi-Fi worked well, and the cable was fine (except it did not have the History channel - our favorite). Our grandson enjoyed the pool and renting a three-wheel recumbent cycle. We would stay here again when in the area.
If great Wi-Fi and cable TV are important to you, this is a fabulous place. The cable even had an HBO station and every cable channel you'd normally run across. It is very shady. It is located fairly close to the main highway through town, but with the air conditioner running, it did not keep us from sleeping well. Also, there is a hair salon on the opposite side of the building which has reasonable prices. We all got hair cuts, and after two months on the road, we needed them!!! We will definitely stay here any time we are in the area. Best Wi-Fi and cable TV we have encountered!
If you need to use the restroom, you will not like this campground. The only restroom for men has one toilet and a urinal. The ladies' has two toilets with a curtain for privacy that barely comes down to your knees. A man was sitting outside the men's room when I exited, and I greeted him and asked how he was doing. He said, "Impatiently waiting." This place needs better bathroom facilities! Otherwise, it was a good place. Because we use campground restrooms every morning, we will probably not go back to this place.
This campground looks pretty: green grass and concrete pads. However, the space is very tight! Our truck has to park in the space beside the longer pad for the fifth wheel. The trailer next to us could not fully extend their slide or it would have hit our truck (which was parked on the concrete: not over).The restrooms are individual rooms with shower and toilet for either sex. When I went, the floor was really dirty. I could only use the Wi-Fi with Google Chrome, and it is slow. The cable has 22 stations. It is fine for a one night stop.
What a bargain! Full hookups, nice and private bathrooms, beautiful view of the lake, and the cheapest laundry we have ever done ($1 to wash, $1 to dry) on the road. The wi-fi was not very good (reason I didn't give a 10), but we use mifi in those cases. We got great DISH reception. We were in site 22, and it was level. We definitely will try to stay longer the next time we are this way!
For full hookups, this is a good price. We were able to use our satellite for TV. The office people were truly helpful and knowledgeable about the area. The bad was that there are no activities for children between tourist activities. The bathrooms were clean, but there are shower curtains where there should be doors. Still, we would stay here again because of the price.
This park was OK; not great, not horrible. The cable was our biggest disappointment. There were only 12 channels, and I think we paid extra for it (but I could be wrong). The Wi-Fi was rather weak at our site. The pool was full of cottonwood seeds, but our grandson enjoyed it anyway. The park is further back than we anticipated, but no problem. We enjoyed the area very much. We thought this park was way overpriced for what we got.
We love this RV park! There were 69 cable channels,great Wi-Fi, shady sites in a pine forest setting, friendly hosts, very convenient to all the sites in and around Custer. We stayed a week. You do NOT get a Good Sam or AAA discount for a week's stay - only one free night with payment for six nights. If we stayed less, we would have gotten the discount. Still, we needed the week to see all there is to see in this area. We would definitely stay here again! Sites are not paved and we needed one leveling block, which was not bad. We think we made a great choice! Rate is without tax.
Wonderful park with spectacular views. Every evening the sky put on a show! The office personnel are very nice and helpful. The place is kept very nicely. The bathrooms are very spacious and clean. We were going to stay a few days and ended up staying two weeks (stay six nights, get the seventh free). The wind can be strong when storms come through, so few people mess with their awnings. We will definitely come here again! We did get two television stations with our antenna most days.
We loved the area and the campground. It was exactly as advertised, so we knew what to expect. We had gorgeous views in any direction. I asked at the Banff National Park Visitors' Center in downtown Banff, and they told me where to go to get Wi-Fi. To be in a national park and have full hookups was wonderful. We stayed 10 nights and needed all of them to see all the wonderful things in the area.
The campground is nice enough, but it is further from Jasper than we liked. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The laundry is nice. The restrooms are a little too open for me, but were clean. The showers are in a separate hall and are used by men and women. The Wi-Fi was awful. It is from a satellite and is slow at best and most of the time, we could not get online at all.
We just stayed one night, but the office manager was extremely nice and helpful. The campground is small and perfect for a night or two. Ft. Benton does have a lot of history. We had great Wi-Fi and no complaints. If we had studied the area, I think we would have stayed two nights.
We love this campground. After two months of camping, it is our favorite. The sites are large and shady. The Wi-Fi and cable are included in the price. The $25 per night is the weekly rate. There is a nice creek available for swimming or canoeing here, too. We extended our stay to 13 nights because we are enjoying it so much. The laundry is also very reasonable at $1.25 a load to wash and 25 cents for ten minutes of drying. We did four loads for $6.75. It is quiet and peaceful, too (except for the occasional plane flying over). Glacier National Park is only 30 minutes away.
You will not find a more peaceful and beautiful campground. The lake and mountain views are wonderful. We had WiFi, but it went off in the evening of the second day (maybe because it was extremely windy?) and had not come back on when we left after the second night. As others have said, you cannot get any television stations. We also could not use our Verizon phone here. Still, we thought it was a good value and enjoyed our stay.
The hedges that provide a sense of privacy only extend half way, and are very difficult to get slides all the way out. We did not like that we could not park our truck at our site because we keep a lot of things in the truck (like the grill) that we would not lug from a parking lot. We did not like that we could not get WiFi at our campsite, and it was on and off a lot in the laundry room and lounge. Cable TV is $3 a day extra. Weekly rates only apply if you stay at least two weeks. We would not stay here again.
This park did not have a lot of frills, but they had level, paved sites. The RV antenna picked up a good number of stations. The casino had a really good lunch buffet for a reasonable price. For the money, this place was a winner. We would stay here again. They also gave tickets for a free continental breakfast at the casino or two dollars off the breakfast buffet in the casino.
We only stayed one night on our way to Canada. It is a beautiful park with the lake and beautiful flora. The problems are the narrow roads within the campground, and especially the road you enter and exit on. It is not wide enough for two lanes. One side has hedge, so the vehicle exiting must veer off the road to make room for the incoming vehicle. The park was very noisy, long after quiet hours began. I would think twice before I camped here in a long RV.
The good things about this campground were the playground and the adult pool/spa. It is a square-shaped pool with benches along each side and lots of jets, so it feels like a jacuzzi. It is very nice! The bathrooms were very nice and clean, too. While we were there, a large camping group was there, and the Wi-Fi was spotty while they were there. When most left, it was great. My son-in-law on the site next to ours could never get online (only while camping group was there). The sites are gravel or sand. I thought it was a little over-priced. Also, there was not much shade. There are lots of young trees, though. There is a pitiful little stream that flows along one side, but I sure would not pay more to camp by it! We paid a weekly rate and got a discount. Check ahead for current pricing!
OK - no 50 amp, no cable, no WIFI, lots of mosquitoes, BUT it is so beautiful in every other way that I had to give it a 10. I hate that reservations cannot be made 11 months in advance from the beginning of your stay. It is hard to get two weeks without moving sites. We had gone there before Hurricane Hugo, and I do not think they had any full hook-up sites then. I wish they had more. We will try to go back every year!
People who work there are very nice and helpful. They give a sheet of frequently asked questions that was really helpful. The bathrooms were a bit of a hike and the sites were grass and dirt with thousands of ants (which invaded our camper while there). There were lots of fishermen there. We awoke the sound and smell of the next site's group churning/cutting up chum in a big five gallon bucket for their fishing that day. Still it was a nice visit.
It is quiet and in a good location for covering the southern end of the Outer Banks. The bathrooms could really use some updating. The campground is a good ways from the ocean. It is across the ocean boulevard and a block or two from that. We missed having WI-FI, so we only stayed four nights and moved to another campground that had WI-FI. There is a nice used book exchange in the office, and the people who run the campground were super nice.
We really like this campground. The campground is on the ocean side with only the dunes separating us from the ocean -- an easy walk. We can hear the waves breaking at night. The internet has been off and on while we were there, but we were able to do what we wanted (send and receive e-mail). It is in a good location for day trips to Ocracoke, Manteo, Hatteras, and Corolla. We will definitely come here again.
The Fall Creek Falls were beautiful water falls without having to hike a long distance. The deer ticks were really, really bad, though. Be aware of this and go prepared with bug-spray, especially for pets. Several in our camping party pulled multiple ticks off of themselves. Still, it is beautiful with a lot to do, and we will go again! Book your reservations way ahead of your visit. (800) 250-8611
We spent our first night in our new (gently used) Trailmanor. The sound of the river was wonderful. The employees were very nice and helpful. The river-front campsite was much less expensive than at the KOA. The out-of-season rate was very good for Townsend. (800) 448-6373