Excellent facilities. Pools, hot tub, two large rooms, nice lounge (beer/wine) with pool table. Wi-Fi solid and stable with good signal strength. No large trees to block satellite reception. Staff very friendly and helpful. Owner on site and very customer friendly. Major drawback is proximity to route 101. Very noisy most of the night. Sound carries to rear sites as well as the less expensive sites along the highway. We will check out all other alternatives before staying here again due to the highway noise. Otherwise a very nice park.
Price after GS discount. Great overnight stay. Staff appears interested in us and all are very helpful. Escorted to our site. Appears rows E and F are mostly permanents, but the sites are clean with no junk. Transient sites are very clean and reasonably sized. Park is older, but the owners seem to be dressing it up considerably. Wi-Fi is excellent. Water pressure is good. Electric is stable. Utility posts are older, but functional. Value is here for the price. We will stay here again next time through this area.
Price after GS discount. Very nice park. Mostly permanent single-wides, but they are very well kept with no little or junk around them. The RV sites are shaded, making satellite reception problematic. However very good cable is available. Wi-Fi is very good and we were are the far end of the park. Not very many amenities for young people. Water pressure very good. Electric is stable. We enjoyed our overnight stay and will definitely stay here again.
Price after GS discount. Clean park. Had an end site that was suitable, on gravel with grass on the utilities side of my rig. Water pressure is very good. Electric is stable. Downgrades are for no in-park Wi-Fi (office only) which I think is a minor form of bait and switch. Also, the sprinklers came on at 7:50 AM, just while I was disconnecting to head out. Aside from a drenching, I was upset that sprinklers would be programmed to come on at that hour, when campers are likely to be up and about, or getting ready to leave, as we were. This set us back more than 30 minutes as we had to wait for the sprinklers to stop, and then had to wipe down the side of the RV to avoid water spotting. Not very friendly at all. Not sure we'd stay here again. Would probably look around first.
I don't know what else anyone would want with a campground. Very neat, clean. Owners/staff very accommodating and friendly. Grass and gravel, all very well attended. Had to downgrade a bit due to poor Wi-Fi. The last 2 days of our 4 day stay, Wi-Fi was non-existent. We could connect, but no internet. Understand they get their cable from the local cable company, which could mean a bandwidth problem (if for instance they only can get residential service). This is a great anchor spot for visiting Glacier Nat'l Park. We will definitely stay here again.
No discounts. 10 mi south of I-90 on Hwy 89. Very small, very tight. Entry road rough and long. Gravel sites level, for the most part. Roof Satellite ok. Water press and Elect stable. WiFi is hit or miss, very unreliable. Laundry only has 4 washers, priced average. Ironing board and iron available. This is an older park, not well kept. Compared to most KOA's it will disappoint.
Rate is after GS discount. Rack rate, $36.95. Cozy CG on the east side of the river, easy access from MN Hwy 10. Gravel sites, a bit tight but not bad. Pull through sites allow tow vehicles to stay hooked up, if needed. Very friendly and informative staff that helps with parking. Lots of grassy areas, large area for pets. Trees provide shade, but still able to get rooftop satellite. Good, steady voltage. Water good. LP available. Walk to trash bins is unreasonable. Probably a good reason, but an inconvenience none the less. Firepits are dug into ground and could represent a considerable hazard when walking through your site after dark. All in all, a nice place to stay, especially for a few nights. Will stay here again.
This is an excellent RV park adjacent to the Mystic Lake Casino. Everything around the grounds is clean, well kept, up to date. There is a storm shelter that is huge and well stocked, in case of severe weather. They will come around and let you know if the weather warrants seeking safety. Voltage is stable. Water pressure is good, not too high. Make a phone call and in 10 minutes you're inside the Casino, complements of the constantly running shuttles. The restaurants and buffet inside the Casino are excellent. There is a small playground for the kids. Pets are welcome. Staff is friendly and helpful. Golf course on the property. Only ding against a perfect score is the closeness of the rig to your neighbor on the driver side. However, the awning side has a shared grassy area with picnic tables, firepits and BBQ. We will definitely stay here again. The price is right.
Rate after PA discount. We checked in and paid for two nights here on our way to Oshkosh/AirVenture. We had to leave after the first night because RV parking at Oshkosh was disappearing fast and we had another 3 hours to go. Surprisingly, the fine folks at Hi-Pines refunded our second night. That was very nice of them. The facility appears to be in the process of being upgraded with new features. There's plenty to do here for family fun with a man-made lake with all kinds of fun water stuff. The sites are roomy, but not as level as one would like. We had to block the jacks to get level and the front tires were off the ground, which I don't like. Hence, the downgrade. Water is good and power is good with steady voltage. Our only regret is that we had to leave early and didn't get a chance to really enjoy this very nice RV park. We'll definitely stay here again.
We checked in for 2 nights, ended up staying for 6 nights. Very relaxing, right on shores of Lake Superior. Forty eight miles from Quince Mines (copper) in Hancock, and best pastries in the U.P., at Amy J's in Hancock. They don't take reservations, but if you call in a day or two before your stay, they'll hold a spot for you and charge you for the hold days as well as the days of your stay. Our two rigs stayed side by side in sites 6 & 8 with a hedgerow around both sites, making it seem like a single large site, with a good view of the beach and water. We were on grass (which we prefer). The sites right across from us are sandy sites right on the beach. Park is clean, well kept. Trash emptied twice a day. Showers clean, but coin operated ($.75 for first 6 minutes, 2 minutes for each add'l $.25). Sites 65-70 are grassy AND on the beach; cost $23/night, max stay 14 nights. Good dump site on property. Most westerly section of the Eastern Time Zone. Sun sets during our stay at 9:53 P.M. Young folks water skiing at dusk, 10:30 P.M. Water pressure good. 50 A electric. If you call in, expect an answering machine. They will call you back. We loved it here and will definitely stay again.
A real gem for overnighters like us. Not exactly a 'campground'. Does have laundry facilities, though we didn't use them. Grass and gravel sites, many right on the shores of Lake Michigan. Owner very accommodating, directed us to our site. Quiet, relaxing, but not much to do. Perfect for us. Sites level. Water and electric good, voltage steady. Wi-Fi open, easy to connect, and reliable. We will stay here again.
Very busy campground. Excellent for families. Many sites very close to shores of Lake Huron. Sites very narrow and could be difficult to park if a neighbor's vehicles are parked in front of their respective RVs, which is the case most of the time since the access roads are narrow. CAUTION: if you're allergic to smoke or have COPD, this could be a problem in this campground. The firewood they sell is very smoky and, combined with tightly packed sites, smoke can be an issue. The amenities are up to par. The store is well stocked and even includes sale of alcoholic beverages along with beer and wine. Shuttle service to the ferry docks (for Mackinaw Island) is available from inside the campground. Price is after Good Sam discount. Value is there for this campground. But expect a lot of tents, kids, RVs and cabin campers. Wal*Mart nearby.
Friends paid, so we don't know the price per night. Sites level on gravel and grass. Busy park, make reservations. Cracker Barrel store/restaurant next door. Wi-Fi was down during our stay. Some sites are tight. Next to highway, but noise acceptable.
We had tow car issues and couldn't disconnect. Management shifted us to the (only) pull through and we stayed there throughout our visit, no extra charge. Owner and personnel are very friendly and helpful. Park is a bit tight, but staff helps you park. A locked gait across the entrance requires an electronic key for entrance after 8:00 pm (office closing), so we felt very secure in the park. Sites are level and have a concrete pad. Trash is picked up many times throughout the day. Laundry seems expensive compared to other parks, but the washers and dryers are much larger than most parks. There is a charge to use the showers. We found out this is the same at all the parks in the area. Very close to Salisbury beaches, Seabrook beaches (and Markey's), and Hampton beaches. I drove through 3 other parks in the area and this park has them beat hands down in almost every aspect. We will definitely stay here again. It is the ONLY park we will stay at in this area.
When you pull to register, enter the large parking lot before the campground sign. If you enter the road by the sign, you'll have to walk back up to the office. Personnel very friendly and helpful. Park seems to be in two sections, a wooded section with quite a few permanent residents, and a back open field area mostly for transients. We stayed in the back section for 3 nights. The pull through sites are very long, 40 or 50 yards, and wide enough for comfortable camping. We were able to get rooftop satellite TV. Location is ideal for driving into Bar Harbor or Acadia Nat'l Park. A few strict and perhaps questionable rules: 5 mph speed limit with a sign saying, "Clint..." will follow you to your site; extra charges if you use heaters or air conditioners. However, aside from Clint, I don't see how these rules can be enforced. We didn't have an issue, mainly because we didn't need heaters or air conditioning. Bottom line, we don't know if these are issues or not, but be aware. We will definitely stay here again.
There are only 9 RV sites available at this time. The remaining sites are all permanent single-wides. All sites are tree shaded. No way to get satellite TV. Cable TV is very good with plenty of channels. Sites can be very rough, parking on dirt. Park amenities are quite a distance from the sites, as is the trash dumpsters and laundry. Must pay completely in advance when making reservations. PA discount available, but restricted. Check it out. This is a Morgan RV Resorts property. Good location, 8 miles from Ocean City and 25 miles from Atlantic City. Owners/manager(s) not on site when we arrived. Two young men helped us park, and we needed the help. Roads are very narrow. Drop towed before parking.
Park has an upper and a lower parking area. We stayed in the lower, grassy area. Site was adequate. Sewer drop was strangely toward the front of and uphill from the RV, which made for careful tank draining. An adult campground and the neighbors were all friendly. Owner was very helpful. We will stay here again. Great location.
Lovely family who basically put 22 full hookup sites in their side yard. There are additional sites available with water and electric. This is not really a campground in the traditional sense as there are no typical campground amenities. It is however very comfortable and about 1.5 miles from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Sites are gravel and grass, and are a bit tight. We did not stay during race week, so the campground was not that full. The price is very generous at $20 per night for full hookups including 50 amp service and Wi-Fi. The family was very helpful, coming out to guide us to our site. We stayed 3 nights and will definitely stay again next time we're in the Charlotte area.
We stayed here one week, parked in water front site (G area). The park is very nice with many amenities including a dance hall and Sunday morning non-denominational services. Staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Pool and spa facility was unavailable as it was the beginning of their season. But the area looked very inviting. Sites are gravel and grass, some with concrete pads. Saw mill across Johnathan Creek fires up at 7:00 AM. So, if you're a light sleeper, don't pick a water front site. Pets are limited to dogs under 30 pounds. Overall, a very nice stay with easy access to the Smoky Mtn Nat'l Park, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Asheville (Biltmore).
GS discount not available. PA available, but very restrictive. Wi-Fi is only available in the office building, not in the park. Staff very friendly and helpful with local attractions. Old Towne Trolly pick up in the park is very convenient and priced right at $26 pp, giving us on-off trolly access all day long in the city and returned us to our site. Sites are shaded with tall trees, making satellite TV reception not feasible. Made a reservation by phone for 3 nights. Charged up front for all 3 nights, no refunds. This is not friendly. Blew our water pump and American RV came to our site and replaced it with a new one. Very friendly. Would stay here again.
The owner is working to convert this mobile home park so it accommodates RVs, including big rigs. The sites are spacious and open. The RV sites we saw are very clean and easy to access. The permanent mobile homes are very well kept and clean of any clutter, and spaced out. WiFi is available. As of our stay, they have 5 pull thru sites. Plenty of room to disconnect the toad, though, and park it onsite. A bit tricky to get to the park if you are traveling east on 78. You must pass the park, turn left at next light, find a place to u-turn or turn around, go back to light, turn right, then right again into park. I understand she is in dialogue with GS to be included in the GS network of RV parks. When one considers there are just 3 available independent RV parks in the entire Atlanta metro area, and an unsubstantiated rumor that the city does not allow overnight parking in WalMart parking lots, staying at this park is a no-brainer. The price is right. Very close to the Stone Mountain Park, but not a part of it. Water pressure is very high (100+psi) and a regulator must be used, and used AT THE TAP. We will stay here again, overnight or for an extended stay, anytime. The owner and staff are very friendly, helpful.
Sites are tight. Gravel. Staff very friendly and helpful. Large number of permanence residents. Be sure to call for reservations, especially after May 1. Many trees overhead. Could not get (roof top) satellite reception. Wi-Fi in and out. Plenty of shopping and supermarkets nearby. $32 after GSD and tax. 50 amp, water, sewer. Pull through sites available.
We loved this park. Sites may not be very level, but the motorhome leveled out ok anyway. Wide open spaces and views. Park includes an area for keeping up horses. Staff very friendly and helpful. Will definitely stay again. Price is right.
Stayed for two nights in a pull-through. Friendly park, friendly staff and helpful towards directing us to attractions in Little Rock. We've been traveling for 3 weeks from California, and this is the most expensive RV park we've stayed in. However, the amenities in our site included a free-use BBQ and a gas fired firepit, along with two chairs and a table. The high cost is the only reason we might skip this park on our next trip through the area.