This is an easy on/off the highway. They are located right next to the Forestry History Museum. The sites were wide and plenty of room for back ins. They were gravel, solid, and surrounded by trees. The hook ups were slightly toward the rear, but a 25 foot hose was plenty. The restrooms were clean. The staff was very helpful about local things to do in Whitecourt. We would stay here again.
This campground was actually closed and under renovations from a new owner. However I spoke with one of the owners and he let us stay there for one night for $10. It is an easy on/off the interstate. The place is going to have a lot of potential. It currently has full hookups, located midway on the sites. The rest rooms were fairly clean. The location is ideal for visiting Badlands NP. This is going to be a great RV park in the near future. If we pass this way again, plan to stop and see their progress.
The sites were on hard ground and easy back-ins. The electric and water hook ups were fine, but the sewer was far beyond the end of your trailer so make sure you have extensions. There is some grass at the sites where we were. The rest rooms were very clean. The staff was very helpful with information about the area and various tours that could be booked right from the campground. The Wi-Fi at the site was fine. One thing to be aware of and that is the AK railroad depot is just on the other side of the fence. Running 3-4 times per day with a very loud horn. We could feel the ground shake.
The rate was for Passport America. The turn onto the access road if coming from Tok is in the middle of a hill, plenty of room just be careful about the hill. The access road is about 3/4 mile of gravel at the time was not graded and frost was still coming out making it rough. The campground is a great little place with the stream at all the sites. The Wi-Fi at the site was not that good, but better in the office. All the sites are wooded. Our site was fine for a larger rig, but not sure how many large rigs they can accommodate, the roads to some of the sites were quite narrow. A motorhome would negotiate a back in site better than a fifth wheel because of the narrow roads. We would stay here again, but would call ahead to be sure a large site is available.
The sites were wide and all gravel that was hard packed. the hookups were toward the rear so you may need some extensions. The Wi-Fi was not at the site but could be received in the lodge. The rest rooms were very clean with a lot of hot water and did not have to pay extra for showers. There is a great show at the lodge in the evening. We would stay here again.
They were in the process of painting and super cleaning the rest rooms, so not sure how they will look later on in the season. It was OK to use them while we were there. The sites were gravel and fairly level. The issue we had was the sewer drain was too high making it difficult to drain. Some of the sites had the hook -ups far to the rear, so make sure you check out the site prior to pulling in (they were not busy so we could pick our site). We would stay again.
The shaded sites were quite small, so we are in the larger pull-throughs. The sites are level with good gravel. There is not enough length to stay hooked up, but not an issue as we are going to stay longer than one day. The rest rooms are not open yet. The hook ups are located just fine. The Wi-Fi at the site is very good. We would stay again.
This park is a large gravel pit that is level with large sites. There are not any defined roads, just a large flat area, plenty of room for back-ins or pull-throughs. The rest rooms were clean and the owner very helpful with information. Things in town are quite expensive. The Wi-Fi does not work very well at the site, but OK in the laundry room or office. We would stay again.
The park is an easy on/off the Alaska Highway. The roads were gravel, but smooth. The hook-ups were located very well and the roads were solid. They have a restaurant on site. The restrooms were clean. We would stay here again
The park is very nice and well kept, but does not have any hookups. Water is available, not at the site. The roads are good gravel and wide. The sites are wide and deep and no issue with backing in. The sites are level and very hard packed. It is a short walk to the hot springs. The pit toilets were clean.
The roads were gravel with very large pot holes and difficult to drive around. The sites were tight and difficult to get into. The rest rooms were not that clean and always out of paper towels. The laundry could have been cleaner. The hook-ups were OK, but the water pressure would come and go, so make sure you have a pressure regulator. I do not think we would stay again.
The sites are pull through, but kind of parallel parking with plenty of room. The sites were level side to side, but not so level end to end. At the time there was only one restroom open and it was clean. The only issue we had was the sewer was up hill making it difficult to drain. We would stay again.
The roads were paved and fairly wide, no issue with turning. The hook-ups were at the back making it difficult and needing really long water hose. There is a nice walking trail down to the river. The rest rooms were clean. We would stay again, but thought the price was high for what you were getting, especially since we did not have a sewer hook up.
We had a good rate because it was off season. The park had good gravel roads, a little tight, but you can do it in most sites. They were not long enough to be hook-up, but that was not an issue for us as we did stay a few days. The rest rooms and showers were very clean. The owner was very helpful with information. It is close to the State park as well as the Black Hills. The only issue we had was the sewer was uphill making it difficult to drain. We would stay again.
They no longer honor Passport America, but do honor Good Sam. An easy on/off the interstate. Good gravel roads with lots of room for turning. The owner was very helpful with information. The only issue we had it the sewer attachment was quite high making it difficult to drain. We would stay again.
It is an easy on/off I-90 or from Elkhart. The sites were level, mostly grass. The hook-ups were well located and easy to hook up. The roads were wide and well marked. The rest rooms were older, but clean. We would stay here again.
It is a very easy on/off Interstate. However, the entry road was very rough. The restrooms were very clean with a lot of hot water. If you are in site 18, you may need extra sewer line as the site is quite far from the connections. The other connections at site 18 were OK. We would stay here again.
Our rate was for passport America. When driving to this park, be aware of the turn near the entrance, it comes up quick. When we arrived the park had just opened for the season, so they were still flushing water lines and checking electric connections. We just let the water run for a while until it ran clear and then put on our filter. The sites were grass and level. They did not have sewer hook up, but the dump station was in working order. The rest rooms were old, but were clean. However these are the same restrooms that would be shared with the pool when it opens, so not sure how clean as the season moves along.
Pay attention to the directions from the Good Sam book as there are several turns that need to be completed to get to the park. The staff at the park is very friendly and helpful. The sites are level side to side but some are on an uphill grade. Some of the pull through sites had the sewer running uphill making it difficult to drain tanks.There are plenty of trees to offer shade and several of the guest were fishing, but none seemed to be having any luck.
The park is an easy on/off from I 24. The rest rooms are older but very clean. The people are very friendly and knowledgeable of the area as we ask for several directions. It is located close to town with the quilt museum and the water front displays. The sites are level and very easy pull through sites with wide roads. We would stay here again.
The park is right off I 55, but be careful on the exits, they are very short and you actually go onto some type of service road. The park had level sites and no issue with hook ups. The rest rooms were very large and clean. The place gets quite busy around 6pm until dark and then in the morning. It is great place to use as a base to see Memphis attractions. We would stay here again.
The name lakeside should mean a lake is near by, but we did not find one. The park is 5-6 miles from I 40, but good wide, smooth roads to get to the park. The pull through sites were very tight. The sewer on the pull through sites ran up hill, making it difficult to empty tanks. I think the back ins had a better slope for the sewer drain. We would stay again, if just passing through the area.
Our rate is for passport America. The park is a very easy on/off I 40. You actually pull into a gas station and the park sits behind it. They have a small number of sites and the turns are tight, but doable. The rest rooms are older, but reasonably clean for their age. We went into town and ask about a local place to eat and several said the restaurant next to the park is great. We ate there and had to agree with the locals, it was very good. All sites are grass and the roads are gravel. We would stay again if just passing through.
Our rate was a passport America. The park is veteran owned and operated. The park is an older park and needs a few things. The hookups have the water too low to the ground making it difficult to hook up and the sewer is too high making it difficult to get a good flow when draining tanks. The rest rooms were ok, but they are very old and as clean as they could be considering the age. The people is what made the campground ok, they were very friendly and helpful. They were also very knowledgeable about weather going either east or west.
The park is an easy on/off from I 40. It has very clean rest room. The sites are level but there is no grass. We did not do much in town as this was a stop over for us while traveling. We would have no problem stopping again.
We stopped here passing though. The sites were level. The restrooms were fairly clean, but older and could of used some added maintenance. There were several park homes with permanent residents. The roads were narrow, but no overhanging branches/wires. It was an easy on/off I-10. We might (??) stay here again, but only for a day, not extended.
We stayed here because we wanted to visit Death Valley NP which is about 100 miles. The park had level sites. The restrooms were clean. The pool was not open nor the hot tub, perhaps because of the time of year, but we though the hot tub would be open?? Each morning there was free coffee and donuts/muffins which were made right here and very good. We thought the price was high for an off season. The town of Lone Pine was nice to visit and had a lot of history with movie making, primarily westerns and recently commercials.
This was our second stay here because of the easy on/off to I-5. The sites were level and easy pull throughs. This time we had to deal with an overhanging limb next to our antenna, but being careful we had no issue. The restrooms were very clean and relatively new. It is within walking distance to a truck stop that has all the typical restaurants, so you can stay hooked up and easily get something to eat. We would stay here again for one night, but probably not for an extended stay.
This is the second time we stayed here for one night. It is an easy on/off from I-5. It is an older park and the maintenance could be improved. The showers were OK, but not outstanding. The sites were level and all were pull throughs. We had an issue with our assigned site because of an overhanging tree and the managers had no problem re-issueing us another site. We would stop again because of the easy on/off, but would not stay here for any length of time.
We were passing through, so only stayed one night. It was a very clean facility. The rest rooms and showers very very clean and well cared for. The sites were level and pull throughs, although they were tight, because the roads were not very wide. The manager was on site and supplied a lot of local information. I think during the regular season they show a movie that can be seen from your RV, which would be neat had we been here at the right time. We would stop here again.
The park has tiered sites with almost everyone having a view of Rainier. The national park is about 50 miles away. The restrooms were clean and relatively new. The washers/dryers were recently replaced and they had a clothesline to dry clothes. The managers were on site and very helpful/friendly. Sites were level and relatively easy back ins with a lot of room in the front. The sites were deep enough, but not much room on the sides. There were only a few sites with 50 amp service. If you stay here, be careful when pulling in off the road, it is a blind turn at the top of a hill.
The park is next to the fair grounds, so if you have something planned at the fair grounds, it is within walking distance. The park is located right on the Corvallis bike trail system, all paved. The roads in the park are paved, but not real wide for back in. The restrooms were made of concrete making them appear old, but they were reasonably clean. The laundry facility was clean. The park staff were very helpful and really took their time when mowing as not to hit your rig. The main road to get to the park has a low overhang: 13'6" so be aware of that. We went slow and had no issues. We would stay again.
We were volunteers in this campground for the winter season of 2011. Being a national park it does not have any hook ups, but does have clean rest rooms without showers. There are several sites large enough for 40+ motor home/fifth wheels that are pull through. They also have a few sites that are large enough that are back ins. The campground is located about 6 miles from the main West entrance of Joshua Tree NP. The campground itself has the best hiking in all of the park, trails well maintained and marked with Joshua Trees, Juniper Trees,and Yucca Plants. The views form this campground are spectacular with Yucca Valley to the North and the canyons to the South.
We stayed here one night while traveling. The access off/on I-5 was very easy. There are no other facilities near the campground (fuel, food, etc). The roads were wide and the gravel sites were reasonable level. The rest rooms were clean as were the showers. We would stay here again for a one night while traveling.
We stayed here one night because it was near where we were going to have some work completed on the fifth wheel. The roads were very narrow making it difficult to get around with a 38' fifth wheel. I do not think, because of the narrow roads, we would have been able to get into most sites. However, they did have one open near the end and because it was near the junction of two roads we could back in, but it was still tight. The rest rooms were clean. They have steps going down to the Rogue river to be used later on in the warmer seasons. Because of the tight quarters, we would probably not stay here again unless we were assured the sites near the end were open.
We stayed here while traveling for one night. The access was easy on/off for I-5. The campground itself is set up quite nicely with a circle within a circle. You drive on the outer circle, then pull into the site and pull out through the inner circle, a very neat idea. The rest rooms were clean, however the men shower did not have much pressure (my wife said the women were OK with good water pressure). There is a small station/store a short walk, but we did not check it out. Other stores were not within walking distance so if you need food or supplies you would need to drive. We would stay here again for one night, but not much longer.
We stayed here one night while traveling. Very easy off/on I-5. They are right next to several places to eat and fuel (pilot). The sites were large, gravel and level. The roads were very wide and easy to get around. The rest rooms/showers were recently redone with tile and were very clean. This may not work for someone staying a few days, but for an overnight or two it worked out great for us. We would stay here again.
We used this site for a one night passing through. The staff was very friendly. The restrooms/showers were clean. The roads were wide with easy access to the sites. They had a small store that we did not use, and also a gas station/store close by. They were right next to the interstate which made a one night stop over very convenient. We would stop again.
We are currently in this resort and have been here since Nov 2010. The back in sites are nice, but they have a large tree on each side and a limited area to back up (a water line located at the back). Therefore any large RV with slide outs will have a difficult time in a back in. However, the pull through sites are not a problem, but the hook ups are at the rear. The staff is very good. Restrooms are clean as are the pool and hot tub. We needed to be gone for a period of time and the owners gave us a discount on the rate since we only needed power to the unit and would not be using water/sewer. This was very thoughtful of them and much appreciated. The resort is about one mile from Joshua Tree NP. We would stay here again.
This is the second time we passed though this area and again stayed at this RV park, which says something for how clean it is. The restrooms were very clean. The access from the interstate is simple. The park's roads are wide with easy access to the sites. The staff is very friendly. There was a small store, but we did not use. There is fuel close by with a small store. We would stay here again.
We stayed here one night while passing through. The access from the interstate was very easy. They had a small store that we did not use, However they did have a small deli that had the best green chili tacos. The restrooms were very clean. We did not go to the meteor site, as we only stayed one evening. The access roads were wide with no issues getting into the sites. Sites were level. We would stay here again.
The campground was clean and well kept. The access roads were narrow and even though they were pull through sites, I needed to jockey our fifth wheel several times to get it on the site and be able to open slides without hitting the electric boxes. There was limited room to park your vehicle next to the site, however the staff was great, supplying us safety cones next to our rig and p/u. The restrooms and hot tub were very clean. They did not have any store or LP fill up, but that could be done close by. The view from the park was great with mountains off to the east. We stayed two weeks (while attending a conference in Albuquerque) and they did not offer any discount for this length of stay. We would stay again if in the area.
Very easy to access from interstate. The sites are some what open and windy. The roads are packed gravel, wide, and easy to maneuver for pull through sites. The staff was very helpful, I needed a part and when it was delivered, they immediately called me letting me know that it had arrived. There is a great restaurant within walking distance and the park gave us a coupon. Restrooms were very clean. We would stay here again.
You need to pay attention to directions to get to the park, they are somewhat confusing. The park has quite a few long term and a lot of stuff seems to be accumulating. The restrooms could have been cleaner. We would stay here as a stopover if in the area, but not much for attractions.
An older park near Bighorn Battlefield. The roads were narrow and took some time to get into a pull through site. Staff was helpful when ask, but not forthcoming with information. They did allow us to barrow a CD for the trip to Little Bighorn which was much appreciated. The bathrooms are old and could have been cleaner.
Owners are on site. Easy to get to and wide gravel roads within the park. Some sites were packed gravel and others were concrete, all were level. Bathrooms were spotless, owners take pride in their park and it shows. They were very helpful with local information on fishing, park, tourist stuff, eating places, etc. We would stay here again.
Good stop over for a day or so. Easy on/off interstate and solid gravel roads in the park. Wide gravel roads make pull sites easy to get into. The bathrooms were very clean and tidy. No stores in the immediate area and no place for fuel. We would stay here again.
Good park to stop for a day or so.The sites were level, however there was not much room for your p/u. Restrooms were clean. Fast food was nearby. Managers were very friendly and willing to answer any questions. We would stop again.
Roads are dirt/minimal gravel. Friendly staff. We needed a battery jump and they were more than willing to help and advise where to go for repairs. Bathroom/showers are old and could be cleaner. Hookups are at the end of the site, beyond your rig. We needed 50' hose and 50' cable. Did not have sewer so we used their dump station.
This is a great Park! It is quiet, neat, clean, well maintained and well attended. There is always someone to happily lend a hand when necessary. This is our third stay and the quality service is consistent. The interior roads and sites are level and big rig friendly. The Wi-Fi and cable TV work well. Restrooms/showers are clean and the hot water is hot. The water pressure and electricity are constant. The interstate and all manner of shopping and dining options are nearby. The beach is within an easy drive.
Brand new bath house with plenty of hot water and very clean. Can access Cape Cod biking trail form the campground. Store on site for RV supplies and a few groceries. Easy pull through sites, they were all pull through with generous space. We would stay here again.
A nice place! It's small, quiet and clean. Our site was a bit of an uphill back-in and shaded. I'd avoid the pine trees and pitch next time. Couldn't get internet access in the RV. Sometimes it connected outside on the picnic table or I had to go closer to the source. Showers are on a timer, but it's no inconvenience to extend the time. Owners on site: friendly, and helpful. It's Vermont: they recycle! Bennington is a fun little town and the Berkshires in the opposite direction are easily accessible. We loved the bike trail in Adams, MA!
Rustic and off the beaten path describes this Park. In the fall of the year, the shaded sites seemed really dark. It is possible for big rigs to navigate the Park, but it must be done carefully. The dump is at the back of the Park and not on the way out. There is a comfy gathering room: complete with couches, TV, books, wood stove and gameroom. The laundry is adequate. A short walk takes you to a charming little pond (boats, kayaks, swimming etc.) with loons in residence. There is no internet access. Friendly owners are on site. The bathrooms and showers need a bit more cleaning.
Perfect as a base for outdoor activities in the White Mtns. Sites are all in sunny locations, (in Sept. that is perfect) level and easy to get in and out of. RV Park sits behind rental cabins. The views are phenomenal. The Park is surrounded by mountains. There is a large pool, game room and laundry with a clothes line! Lots of info for enjoying the surrounding mountains is available. Owners on site, friendly and helpful. Make note there are no bathrooms or showers and grocery shopping is best done prior to arrival.
Nice park, peaceful, tranquil scenery, quite large. Lots of "permanent" occupants result in a quiet park during the week. Unfortunately, there are not too many sites for large RVs available for short-term use that have full hook-ups. Owners are on site and very friendly. Internet access is available only if you pay for the broadband service...annoying. We had 30 amp connection. A/C is extra charge/day.
The Park is large and has every amenity you can imagine,and then some. Our site was in a new addition slightly removed from the congestion and chaos of the main campground...which was fine with us. However, the new section does need bathrooms and showers. If you are looking to be entertained and spend some money, this is the place for you! My only complaint is lack of internet access at the site.
Campground is oddly configured...as if sites were located at random on different pieces of property. Our site was up a hill and out of sight of the main campground on a gravel parking lot because those sites have full hookups. In the main campground, there is a ditch with standing water. I couldn't get the Wi-Fi to work even after seeking assistance. The bathrooms and showers were clean. Folks in the office were pleasant. It is fine for a night or two.
Very nice park, quiet, neat, well maintained, small sparkling clean pool, clean bathrooms and showers every day. Sites are large enough to accommodate an RV and a vehicle and are adequately level. We enjoyed local musicians on two occasions. We stayed for 3 weeks and would certainly stay again.
We spent our first month of being full-timers at the Park. The owners are working onsite all the time it seems. There is no doubt they really enjoy themselves and the park, and they serve up a delicious fish fry! It is a friendly place to be new to Rving. It is clean and tidy, easily accessed, quiet and well monitored. There is a nice mix of long-term and just-passing-thru occupants. Hands down, it is the nicest park in that part of Pensacola and only a short ride to the beautiful beaches.
The Park has a great feel! It is neat and clean and well maintained. The owners are working onsite and/or nearby most of the time. They are friendly, professional and accommodating. Pride of ownership is evident. There is plenty of room for walking and biking. It is a great central location for access to incredible outdoor recreation in the surrounding mountains. There are lots of family-friendly activities right on the property i.e., pool, mini golf, playground, basketball, paddle boats etc. It seems a great place for a perfect camping experience! We stayed for a month and were treated to azaleas, rhododendrons and tulips trees in bloom!
Nice new facility! Everything is clean and tidy. The staff is friendly and accommodating and focused on customer satisfaction. Great central location to access lots of different hiking/biking/outdoor activities. Easy access to big-rig-friendly roads. We stayed for a month and were quite comfortable.