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04/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
A real resort type RV Park. All sites are very large in tall pine trees and car parking area by each site. Mostly back-ins. Price goes up if you have a site further away from the road. We had one by the road. Although some noise not excessive as campground located in residential area. Streets are wide so no problem in backing in. Wi-Fi a little weak could do with some amplifiers around the site. Also walking around campground and particularly to get to specific dog areas no paths so have to walk through empty sites. Would return.
04/2009
rating [ 4/10 ]
This campground is a field in the middle of nowhere close to Lava Bed National Monument. Has full hook-ups but most sites are not very level. Our automatic leveling system went into excess slope on the first site we tried. Campground could do with a little tender care and maintenance. Quiet and if you want to visit the Lava Beds the only game in town.
11/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Wide entrance. Good area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads paved and well maintained. Could have been a little wider. All pull-thrus are have concrete pads and grass and a well placed tree for shade. Services are in good position for easy hook-up but no cable. Beautiful landscaped areas and very large club house and central facilities. If you like a fully landscaped RV resort this is the place to be. Good location to visit all parts of Zion National Park. Would return.
11/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Good area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. The campground is mainly gravel with some trees and desert plants. Access roads wide and well maintained. Pull-thru sites long, flat and reasonably wide. Services in reasonable position for easy hook-up. Wi-Fi worked fine. Laundry spotless. The campground is located on the edge of a small village 12 miles from Bryce Canyon and was quiet. Good location to visit Bryce, Kodachrome Basin and other attractions in area.
11/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
If not careful could miss the entrance to the campground as quite a small entrance off main street. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads gravel and a little narrow particularly on corners. Sites are well treed, gravel/concrete and flat. Services in right location for easy hook-up. Pull-thru sites are a little short to have car on back. Excellent Wi-Fi and good cable TV. Two dog walks at corner of campground. The campground is well maintained. Some road noise. Within walking distance of shops. Good location to visit Arches and Canyonlands National Parks
11/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Located at crossroads just outside of Torrey. A small campground but good location for Capital Reef National Park. There is a good area to park and register. It has a wide gravel access road. Long gravel pull-through and back-in sites but some are slightly sloping. Although it is next to the road there is limited road noise.
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground is good. There is an adequate area to park and register. Owners are friendly and efficient. Access roads are gravel and well maintained. Well maintained gravel and grass level sites with trees. Slightly on the narrow side. Services are in good location for easy hook-up. There is good ambiance.
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground is limited. There is a good area to park and register. Office staff were friendly and efficient. This is a full RV resort with paved roads and concrete pads. There is minimal landscaping. This is the first campground we have been in which price their sites on size. There is some road noise from I215 and airport but a good location for central Salt Lake.
10/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
This was the only campground open in Garden City. There is limited area to park and register. Office staff were friendly but not very efficient. Access road are gravel and could have done with some maintenance. There is one row of 50amp gravel pull-through sites. Sites were level but could have done with some maintenance and trees needed trimming. This site is OK for an overnight.
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground was good. There is limited area to park and register. Due to time of year nobody was in office and night registration notice was confusing. Access roads are gravel and well maintained. Sites were level gravel, grass and long. Services in reasonable location for easy hook-up. A quiet location. (877) 787-3036
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a small well maintained campground. There were no signs to campground, so we nearly missed entrance. There is limited area to park and register. The office was on limited hours due to time of year. Access roads are gravel, wide and well maintained. Sites were large and level. Services were in a good location for easy hook-up. A quiet location.
10/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground is limited. There is limited area to park and register. Owner isfriendly and efficient. Access roads are gravel and well maintained. Most sites are gravel and grass pull-throughs. There is a slight slope on the sites. Some ornamental trees which gave some shade but could have done with trimming. There was some road noise and also cattle smell.
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground was good. There is a specific area to park and register. Office staff was friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our site. Wide access roads with Level gravel, concrete and grass pull-through sites. The sites are slightly narrow if campground is full. Services are in good location for easy hook-up. There are very few trees. A good dog run but quite a way from sites.
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a fairly new RV resort in McCall which is still being developed. Signage to campground is not very good. We had to go through industrial area to get to campground but once in the campground there is good ambiance. There is a good area to park and register. Office staff was friendly but not that efficient. Access roads are wide and paved. There is mixture of sites some paved other gravel with grass. Services are in a good location for easy hook-ups. It appears to be a quiet location but that maybe a function of the time of year. There is a big club house with swimming pool and hot tub. Trash pick-up from site should have happened daily but this did not happen and attracted a fox who ripped open the bags.
10/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground was good. There was limited area to park and register. This is a small compact campground next to the river. It has wide paved access roads, concrete pads with grass and mainly pull-through sites. There are no trees. There is a slight slope on the pads. Services are well positioned for easy hook-up. As previous reviewers have said have choice of service hook-up so one can pull into sites either way. There is some road noise. There are good clubhouse facilities and it is excellent value for the money (On winter rate).
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground is good. There is adequate area to park and register. Office staff are friendly and efficient. Access roads are wide and paved. Sites are gravel with grass. Services are in good location for easy hook-up. It has very open aspects with few trees next to river. There is some road noise.
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
The signage to campground through the village needs improvement. When we visited it was self check-in. Access roads wide but could have done with a little more maintenance. The sites are level pull-through gravel with grass. Electricity and water hook-ups are in a good location for easy hook-up but sewer in center of site pad so not so easy to hook-up. It is an open aspect near to a lake with some trees. An excellent location from which to explore Waterton Lakes National Park.
10/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground is OK. There is a large area to park and register. Office staff were efficient but not that friendly. Gravel access roads to sites are a little narrow and could do with some maintenance. Sites are gravel pull-throughs with a narrow strip of grass. Full hook-up but the sewer not in easy position for easy hook-up. It has a fairly open aspect. Sites were narrow particularly if the campground had been full.
09/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground is good. There is a limited area to park and register. Camp host was friendly and efficient. Access roads are well maintained and wide. Sites are gravel with wide grass area and trees for shade. However, many are the sites are not level causing our leveling system to to freak. Services are at back part of site which meant a long sewer connection. It had good ambiance and was well maintained. If they could sort out slope of sites I would have rated it higher.
09/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Check in was quick and efficient. Access roads to sites wide but needed some maintenance. Long, flat gravel double pull-through sites with electricity only (30amp). Electricity pods/picnic table in strange place if using them as back to back pull-through. The grounds are treed site but it was easy to get in and out.
09/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Limited signage to campground. Large area to park and register. Office staff are friendly and efficient. This is a mainly seasonal site campground with sites being sold as deeded lots. Access roads to sites are narrow and we had to watch wall on one side when backing into site. Sites were had concrete pads and some grass and were large. Services quite a way back for motor homes. The park is still developing so our spot overlooked a building site. Lacked ambiance and felt crowded.
08/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Located just outside Oliver there was good signage to the campground. Limited area to park and register. Office staff are friendly and efficient. Manicured RV resort all paved full hook-ups and a bit car parkish. Too much tarmac not enough grass or plant landscaping. Well maintained. Narrow offset sites which were flat. Still had quite a good ambiance if you like resort style sites.
08/2008
rating [ 4/10 ]
This small campground is several miles outside Castlegar. Signage to campground reasonable. Entrance to campground you can miss if not careful and a little awkward to turn into. Limited area to park and register. Owner friendly and efficient. Sites are all back ins and our was not level. Limited space to back in to sites. Owners over the top on recycling and seemed to be always moaning about something. Difficult for big rigs but only place to stay in Castlegar.
08/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Just outside the town this small campground, behind the owner's house, is well maintained. Signage to campground is good. Entrance to campground a little narrow and there is limited space to park and register. Office staff are friendly and efficient. Access road to sites well maintained and wide. Long gravel pull-through sites with full hook-up which were reasonably level. Electricity(30amp) was solid and water pressure good. Some trees.
08/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Located several miles outside Kimberley. Signage to campground limited and road to campground in poor state of repair. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly but not very efficient. Access roads to sites paved and well maintained. Our site was in the so called meadow area of the campground. Sites were gravel pull through with full hook-up. Sites were not totally level. The tree coverage varied between sites. Electricity(50amp) was solid and water pressure good. Limited ambiance.
07/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a small well maintained campground on the edge of Revelstoke. Signage to campground good. Two entrances to campground both OK for big rigs. Small area to park and register. Owners friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites were well maintained and wide enough for big rigs. Grass sites are firm, flat and most have full-hook-ups. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Free WiFi worked well. Some trees Some road and rail noise. Access to good walking path just outside campground. Good ambiance.
07/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
Located outside Golden. Signage to campground good. Limited place to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Gravel access roads which needed some maintenance and were slightly narrow for big rigs. Pull-through sites in woods which were large and flat. Only water and electricity. No ambience. The campground was a side line for the para-gliding business.
07/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is a municipal campground above the river in Medicine Hat. Signage to campground good. Area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Well maintained paved access roads. Gravel and grass large pull-through flat sites with full hook-ups (30amp). Some tree cover. Electricity was solid and water pressure good. Access to good walking path just outside campground. Expensive for quality of campground.
07/2008
rating [ 3/10 ]
Signage to campground confusing. Felt as if driving into a building site. Limited area to park and register. Disinterested office staff who we had to wait some time before they acknowledge we were even there to check-in. Access road to sites was poorly maintained and narrow. Flat and narrow sites with some awkward trees on some sites which either blocked your door or your slide-outs. Poorly maintained and expensive. Owners appeared only interested in condo development on site. No ambiance except mountain vista. Would not camp here again.
06/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Two kiosks to check in. Office staff friendly and efficient and map provided unlike Banff Tunnel Mountain. Watch junction just after check-in as traffic seems to come from all over the place. Access roads to sites narrow, need some maintenance and are busy. Sites are in trees and the full hook-ups (only 70 so book in advance) are in concentric circle pull-through sites. There are some awkward turns due to trees if driving a big rig. Suggest you unhook before entering the circle road. Sites were flat, large and level once you were in. Services were in good position for easy hook-up. Electricity was solid and water pressure good. Local wildlife particularly elk in abundance.
06/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Usual National Park check-in i.e queue. Office staff friendly and efficient but failed to tell you where you needed to go to ensure you were facing the right way to pull in to site. No map provided. Good wide access roads reasonably maintained. Sites were parallel to road pull through with variable tree cover. Most sites were fairly flat (watch 300 row). Full hook up services in good position for easy hook-up. We had site 103 which had wonderful views of the mountains and ground squirrels for neighbors. Good ambiance and a number of walking trails are nearby.
06/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Entrance to campground was small. Area to park and register. Office friendly and efficient. Access roads needed some maintenance. Grass flat sites with water and electricity (50amp) only. Some trees and near river. However had a feel of not being maintained and a little untidy. Typical Canadian campground.
06/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Entrance wide but limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites wide gravel and well maintained. Superb spacious reasonably flat grass with gravel pads sites. Services in good location for easy hook-ups. 30 amp electricity solid and water pressure good. Some trees. This is an excellent municipal campground in town suburbs. Nice river walk nearby and close to Remington Carriage Museum.
06/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
We arrived at campground during a snow storm. There is a large area to park and register. Office staff are friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites somewhat narrow and not that well maintained. Sites were on a open hillside , gravel and rough grass, some sites are flatter than others. The sewer hook-up was at the back of the site which made it useless unless you had a very long hose. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Wi-fi worked occasionally. When not snowing it is a wonderful location with mountain views. Expensive for quality of campground.
06/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Feel as if you are going to the back of beyond as you drive the campground road. There is ample area to park and register. Office staff are friendly and efficient. Access roads to camp sites are well maintained but narrow. Some campsites in trees but pull through for larger units are in open area. Sites are flat and wide and have services in correct position for easy hook-ups. Electricity was solid and water pressure good. However small trees and bushes on road edge of sites made it a bit difficult to pull out from site. The campground is well maintained and is close to the entrance of Glacier National Park. (800) 562-3313
06/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground a little confusing. Area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Large landscape car park site with angled wide pull through style with some landscaping -little grass. Well maintained wide paved access roads. Services on site in good location for easy hook-up. Electricity solid and water pressure good. The campground was quiet and was easy to walk into town across the river.
06/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Limited area to park and register. Office staff very friendly, helpful and efficient. Access roads to sites well maintained but a little narrow. Trees in places made it difficult to turn. Wide gravel /grassy sites mostly pull-thrus which had variable tree cover. Not all sites level. Services located in reasonable position for easy hook-up. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Wi-Fi worked fine most of the time. Some rail noise.
05/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
There was very little signage to the campground. In country location next to Hot Springs Resort Hotel. Wide area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Escort to site. Gravel access roads were well maintained but narrow. Grass sites were wide and flat with good gravel pads particularly helpful with the heavy rain we experienced. Services were in right location for easy hook-up. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Some trees but fairly open campground. A good location to visit Butte and area.
05/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground limited. Sufficient area outside office to park and register. Owner friendly and efficient. Wide well maintained access roads but campground had very little ambiance. Very few trees. Mostly pull through sites which were flat and quite wide. Service hook-ups were located for easy hook-up. Electricity solid but water pressure a little variable. Mainly seasonal sites.
05/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground OK. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Gravel roads which were well maintained but not that wide. Back-ins were fine but pull-thrus accommodated two units behind each other - very strange. Sites were flat and service hook-ups good position for easy hook-up. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Some trees. The campground appears to being invested in and slowly being upgraded. Quiet location only problem sticky buds from trees.
05/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground good but down narrow road. Good area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Very well maintained site with good ambiance. Very quiet location on edge of town by river. Lovely premium sites with landscaping which were flat and service hook-ups in good position for easy hook-up. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Would stay here again.
05/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Tight entrance to turn into campground from busy road. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. The campground is very close to Buffalo Bill Historic Center. Access roads paved and well maintained. There are two parts to the campground. The newer part has all pull-thrus but a bit like a car park with few trees. The older part are mainly back-ins. All sites are gravel and grass and were level. Service hook-ups in older part erratically placed. Some mature trees in older part. Some road noise but nice ambiance.
05/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Tight access roads to sites particularly for big rigs. Gravel sites are level but narrow. Services are at back of site which made hook-up a little awkward. All sites are within trees. Electricity solid and water pressure good. A small but well maintained campground on edge of town.
05/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
The campground is located in the center of Dubois. Signage to campground good. We were at the very start of the season so office not officially open when we arrived. However we were greeted by the friendly owner and allocated a site. The roads around the campground were wide and well maintained. The sites were flat, wide gravel with grass close to river. There was some trees. Electricity was solid and water pressure good. Quiet and with good ambiance.
04/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good Have to drive through industrial area to get to campground. Good area to park and register. Owners friendly, efficient and extremely helpful. Access roads to sites wide and well maintained. Open, wide,flat mainly gravel and grass sites with the occasional tree. Hook-ups in good location. Electricity good but water pressure a bit low. Wi-Fi worked well. Quiet edge of town location.
04/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Large area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites gravel and well maintained. Sites are gravel and grass with small trees. Hook-ups are in odd places on sites. We had patio site which was large. Quiet despite being close to town center. Well maintained but let down by scruffy seasonal/worker units.
04/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Wide entrance to campground. Area to park and register. Owners friendly and efficient. Escort to site. Access road wide and well maintained. Wide gravel and grass sites with some trees. Hook-ups well located. Excellent dog run. Wi-Fi worked well. Location miles from anywhere but close to Badlands National Park. Quiet location next to White River.
04/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Limited signage to campground. Large area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites wide and well maintained. Long gravel/grass pull-thru sites with full hook-ups, some in trees. Wi-Fi excellent. Rural location a few miles from Fort Laramie. Some road and rail noise.
04/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground limited. Entrance into campground narrow. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites wide in top part of campground, bottom part more narrow. Sites are very narrow and not quite flat but hook-ups ok. Many worker residents. Wi-Fi did not work. Quiet with easy access to downtown.
04/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Campground is an over sized car park with some scrubby grass per site. All pull-thrus slightly narrow sites. Sewer hook-up to far back. Access roads were muddy/carved up due to snow melt. Road noise from interstate.
04/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Access road to office narrow and limited area to park and register. Office friendly and efficient. Mixture of sites available. Sites near river are in trees but a little rough. Back-in sites on access road hill good but slightly awkward to get into particularly with a 40ft motorhome. Need to watch large boulders. Currently putting in new sites between office and river sites. Good location with superb views from top back-ins. Superb municipal bike/waking river trail adjacent to campground. Some rail and road noise. Expensive for time of year and over rated in Woodalls.
04/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Usual State Park entrance so limited area to park and register. Access road to sites wide, paved and well maintained. Sites are spacious, well set up,with concrete pads and services in good position for easy hook-up. There is a mixture of pull-thrus and back in with half having full-hook ups, the rest are water and electricity. Mainly open aspect campground with great views of Colorado Monument and close to Colorado River. Excellent facilities but reserve ahead as very popular even in spring. Close to Colorado National Monument Park entrance.
03/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Limited signage to campground, one could miss the road to it if not careful. Open campground with limited signs to say where to stop and register. Owners were friendly and efficient. Access roads to site were well maintained but a little narrow on turns due to fences. Sites are gravel with grass and are all pull-throughs. The whole site was well maintained. The owners are currently putting in additional sites and slowly developing the campground into a deeded plot resort. Quiet, despite being near town center.
03/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Limited area to park and register. Office was not manned when we arrived, eventually appeared after we had set up on site. Had about five full-hook-up very long pull-thru sites all gravel which we could have got our rig on twice. This part of campground had no trees, other part of campground had trees but were shorter sites (some were not open due to time of year). Access roads were narrow in places and not well maintained. Expensive for time of year but no other campground was open. Half a mile from entrance of Mesa Verde National Park.
03/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Area to park and register. Owner friendly and efficient. Small town center campground with paved roads and pads in industrial area. Sites are wide,flat and well maintained. Very few trees. 30 amp electricity which was solid. Water pressure good. Some road noise. Limited infrastructure but clean and tidy. A good base to explore the area. Owner does a pay for three and get a fourth free offer.
03/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Paved wide entry with plenty of space to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites wide and well maintained. Very clean and tidy site. Gravel back to back level pull-throughs sites quite tight particular if you had a neighbor like ours who parked his truck and storage trailer on our part of site. Good infrastructure. OK for overnight. Quiet.
03/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground OK. Good state park campground. Access roads were wide, paved and well maintained. All sites are back-ins, have concrete pads and are in pine trees. Easy access for big rigs. Services are located in good position for easy hook-up. Full hook-up but electric only 30 amp and variable. Water pressure good. Lovely location next to lake and convenient to town facilities.
03/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is really a park homes site with RVs on vacant lots. Entrance wide but limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly but not that efficient. Access roads to sites paved, well maintained, but tight particularly on corners. Sites are flat and very wide with full-hookups. Quiet.
03/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Limited signage to campground. Due to road work nearby directions to campground had changed. The campground is located in an industrial area next to the Interstate 17. Entrance to campground quite narrow and limited area to park and register. The office staff were friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites were paved but were a little narrow on the corners. The sites are fine gravel, flat and with full-hook-ups. The campground is beautifully landscaped and well maintained. Have specific enclosed dog runs and a dog grooming station. Some road noise and light aircraft noise. Good rate for monthly and weekly stays but asked $50 a day when we wanted to extend.
02/2008
rating [ 4/10 ]
There are limited campgrounds available in this area to visit the Petrified Forest. This campground is a glorified car park with no landscaping and was very muddy. Entrance was quite tight and limited area to park and register. Sites are flat and wide but totally gravel. Dog walk was just the perimeter around the campground. Would not stop here again
02/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Watch turn into road to campground. Owners friendly and efficient. Access roads wide but could have done with a little more maintenance. Very car park type campground with limited landscaping. Sites were flat and long but due to recent snow thaw muddy. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Free WiFi worked well. Some road noise but only distant train noise unlike the rest of the campgrounds in the area.
02/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Small gravel campground next to interstate with minimal landscaping. Access roads wide and well maintained. Flat fairly wide sites with full hook-ups. Office staff friendly and efficient. Limited infrastructure. Good for overnight stop.
01/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Limited area to park and register. Office staff very friendly and efficient. Escort to site. Access roads to site fairly tight but OK if take it steady. Gravel circled wagon layout of level sites with desert landscape in middle. The campground has two tiers. Full-hook up including cable TV. WiFi good. Quiet location in walking distant of Elephant Butte state park. A well maintained and run campground.
01/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. In quiet edge of town location next to cemetery. Limited area to park and register. Friendly and efficient office staff. Access roads to sites wide and well maintained. Fairly open gravelled wide sites with rustic fencing. Back in sites fairly flat but a number of pull-throughs questionable. Electricity solid and good water pressure. Close to town facilities but quiet. Good location to visit Gila National Forest and Cliff Dwelling.
12/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Limited place to park and register. Owners friendly and efficient. New pull-thru gravel based sites not very level but long enough for big rigs. However rest of site not big rig friendly. One way road around site had a number of tight curves, trees, etc. added to by snow on ground that had not been cleared. We backed out. Isolated country location, little road noise.
01/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Good wide entrance to campground with designated area to park and register. Office staff friendly and very efficient. Superb landscape resort with magnificent club house(no pool). Escort to site. Wide paved access roads. Pull-thrus wide and flat but designed back to back. Privacy fence/landscaping, no picnic table or grass. Ends of roads sites have gravel areas with table. Excellent dog run. Some interstate noise. Free continental breakfast.
01/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
If not careful could miss entrance to campground. Limited space to park and register. Owners friendly and efficient. Flat full-hook ups tightly spaced back-ins for transients with no real area to sit out. Extended stays had grass areas and wide sites which were better. Mobile home type clubhouse with limited facilities. Not dog friendly. Low rate because of Escapees 50% reduction on two nights.
01/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
New campground carved out of desert on edge of town. Still very raw and has little ambiance. Full hook-up, flat, large sites. Cable TV not yet connected. Limited single building club house. Still developing a number of sites.
01/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Large area to park and register. Office staff friendly and very efficient. Escort to site. Good access roads to large pull-thru sites in semi-desert location with expansive views. All sites are well set up, flat and large. The campground has good infrastructure including excellent dog runs. The new owners now allocate sites across the whole of the campground. A well maintained and run campground.
01/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground excellent. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Clean tidy well kept park with long pull-thru gravel sites. Some extended stays and next to mobile home park. The campground is on the outskirts of Roswell and therefore is convenient for all places of interest. Quiet.
01/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground limited. Slightly narrow entrance to campground. Campground is located on hill just outside Santa Fe, with open aspect, panoramic views and a lot of wind. Office staff friendly and efficient providing a lot of information on Santa Fe. Sites are mainly gravel pull-thrus which are flat. There is little landscaping on the site.
12/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground excellent. Large area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to site were good despite the snow - they were regularly plowed. Our site was completely clear of snow. Large flat concrete pad with landscaping. Services were at back of site. Although water pipe heated and covered we had to regularly had to thaw out tap before filling our tank. Think campground owners should look at different design of water pipe to prevent this problem. Limited cable TV available. Excellent infrastructure. Would like to see the site in summer.
12/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Reasonable signage to campground. Entrance wide with area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Escort to site. Sites were very large, flat and the majority were pull-thrus. Services were well located for easy hook-ups. Limited landscaping but a well maintained campground. Could have cleared snow better as there was a number of very icy patches on access roads. Some interstate and distant railway noise. Good location for exploring Colorado Springs.
12/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Easy access off US 24 about a mile from town center. Small area to park and register outside office. Owners very friendly and efficient. Access roads within campground well maintained and wide. Most sites are back-ins which have solid and flat gravel pads. All sites have full hook-ups. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Quiet location particularly when it snows which it did when we were there.
12/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
This campground is halfway to Canon City in the foothills off US 115. Signage to campground was good. Good area to park and register. Office staff was friendly and efficient. The site is fairly wooded with ponderosa pines. Access roads are well maintained but narrow in some places. Mainly gravel solid large pull-through sites with full hook-ups. Electricity was solid but water pressure was a bit variable. Resident mule deer around the park. Very quiet. Excellent location to visit the many attractions of Colorado Springs and Canon City.
11/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Signage to state park good but if you have a 'big rig' suggest you enter from the southern gate as main entrance has 12ft 6inches high entrance gate. You need a park pass to enter the park (technically one for each vehicle). At the time of year we stayed there it was self registration for the campground and you could only buy one night at a time. There are three campground loops, only one remains open all year. The sites are all large pull-thrus with a good solid pad the majority of which have full hook-ups with 50amp electricity. When we were there the water had been turned off but you could fill your tank at the heated portable water faucets at the easy accessible dump station. Plenty of space between sites and lovely location. Very peaceful despite the model aero planes. Plenty of walking and biking opportunities within the park. Good location to visit Denver and the nearby Rockies.
11/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Limited space to park and register. Owner friendly and efficient. Please note only take cash or check. Lovely small campground with well maintained flat gravel pull-thrus sites with full services. Electricity solid and water pressure good. No other infrastructure on site. Some highway and railway noise but excellent for an overnight stop.
11/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Access road in to campground appears to be a little narrow but in reality fine. Large area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to site wide, paved and well maintained. Large pull-thru sites with concrete pads and plenty of grass between each site. Beautifully landscaped. Good infrastructure typical of a modern full RV resort. Good pet facilities and good shower and laundry blocks. Good location for visiting the Black Hills. Would certainly stop here again.
10/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground limited. Good area to park and register. Access road to site wide and well maintained. Large level gravel pull-thru sites with full services in the middle between two sites back-to-back. Built originally for workers to construct the Garrison Dam. A large proportion of the campground is undeveloped. There is limited infrastructure but Wi-Fi worked well and restrooms and showers were new and clean. Close to all town facilities. Cash only accepted.
10/2007
rating [ 4/10 ]
Signage to hotel and RV park good. Access road into site needed more maintenance. Campground is a gravel car park next to hotel with no ambiance. All sites a full hook-up on gravel. Some of the sites are not level. Huge laundry next door. WiFi did not work and nobody could help. Lots of road noise. OK for overnight stop but would not go back.
10/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Limited area to park and register. Owners very friendly and efficient. Well maintained campground with good access roads and flat gravel sites. All sites are full hook-up with services in correct location. A little road noise. The campground has a good ambience despite its mainly gravel sites, and is in a good location to visit Winnipeg.
10/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Good area to park and register. Owner friendly and efficient. Access roads OK but need some maintenance. Sites are gravel pull-thrus with grass, and are flat, but again need some maintenance. Sewer hook-up at very back of site so not easy to connect. Electricity solid and water pressure reasonable. Some road noise but OK for overnight stop. Agree with other reviewers that the campground feels dated.
10/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Office staff efficient. Access roads to sites well maintained but a little narrow particularly for a "big rig' Typical in the trees large municipal campground. The sites were very long with trees on either side which needed to be cut back a bit to allow easy entry and exit from sites. Full hook-up but had to have key to open box surrounding sewer. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Wide range of family activities on site and close to river.
09/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground good but service road needed maintenance. Entrance wide and sufficient area to park and register. Office staff very friendly, informative and efficient. Gravel access roads to sites wide but could have done with a bit more maintenance. Good large and flat pull-thru sites with full hook-ups located in right position. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Some road noise so ask for site near back of campground. Good ambiance to campground which made it a good place to stay for a few days. Convenient to Saskatoon and local attractions.
09/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground from Highway 16 good. However once on property signage to campground limited. No formal place to register, lady in golf cart greets you. Campground was full with seasonal workers but taken to overflow camping area which had water and electricity (30amp) and overlooked the golf fairways. Electricity solid but water pressure was poor. Negligible infrastructure to campground but quiet with open aspect and convenient to Lloydminster.
09/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good but roads poor. No area really available to park and register. Office staff efficient and friendly. Access roads to sites wide but could do with some maintenance. Sites are well spaced,flat with full hook ups but have little shade. Limited number of 50amp sites and some sites needed some maintenance. There is limited infrastructure. The campground is in a quiet location surrounded by the golf course. However it is quite remote from shops and the town facilities.
09/2007
rating [ 5/10 ]
The Dinosaur Trail RV Resort is located out of town but close to Royal Tyrell Museum. Signage to the campgroud is good except when entering the road to the campground office. Office staff friendly but not very efficient or very knowledgeable. Access roads to sites a little narrow and could do with more maintenance. Mixture of established wooded and very open gravel sites. All sites are flat and most have full hook-ups. WiFi worked the first night but then went down and the office staff didn't even know! Very expensive for facilities and ambience provided. Not really a resort more a Canadian campground!
07/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
If follow signage to campground you are OK. But if use Woodalls directions then you will get lost, as this campground has moved from its original site. The instructions in Woodalls are wrong. Wide entrance to campground with good area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites paved, well maintained and wide. Majority of sites are pull-throughs which are flat well designed, maintained and have services located in the right place. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Great dog walking by river and a quiet location close to town facilities. Owners/managers very helpful and really make you feel welcome. Will return next year.
07/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
The campground is located 20km from Brooks on the shores of the Rolling Hills Reservoir. Signage to campground was good but road was gravel. The campground is just four years old and has superb large flat sites with long gravel pads and huge grass surrounds with young trees and bushes. All sites have some view of the lake and some right on the waterfront. Only 15/30 amp electricity hookups available. Electricity not very stable in hot weather. Self registration, which appeared to being abused by the locals to hold campsites. A really lovely and quiet location. Pity about the electricity.
07/2007
rating [ 5/10 ]
This a membership campground which has overnighters, located in a river valley. The signage to the campground was good but the access road to the office was a little narrow in places. There was limited area to park and register. The office was reasonably efficient but not very helpful. They did not seem to know which were their 50amp sites and appeared to have a strange way of allocating people to sites. The access road to sites was good but a little narrow. The sites in the new part of the campground were all gravel, had limited shade and were narrow. We had a full hook-up site but the 50amp electricity was not very stable. There was a pervasive smell, possibly from the river, which was not very pleasant. The infrastructure of club house, pool, store, liquor store and laundry was excellent. Pets were not really welcomed with no designated area and a charge of $2 per night per pet. The campground had limited ambience and just misses being good. Overall an expensive campground which we would not rush back to although we liked the town of Lethbridge a lot.
07/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Two-tiered campground in scenic creek-bottom setting close to Trans Canada Highway 1, so some muted road noise. Signage to campground good. Good area to park and register. Owners efficient and very friendly. Access roads wide and well maintained. Full hook-ups and most water and electricity sites are in top tier of campground which has a lot of trees which are well trimmed. The sites are more pull-ins off access roads but large and flat so can easily take big rigs. The 30amp electricity was not very stable in hot weather but campground owner was having this looked at as we left. Water pressure good. Excellent central block with hot tub, patio, laundry and washrooms. Owners are slowly developing the campground but with limited resources. Good location to visit the Cypress Hills.
07/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Campground is on edge of town away from Highway 1. Signage to campground limited. Entrance wide and plenty of space to park and register. Owners efficient. Access roads to sites was well maintained. Most of the sites are pull-thrus. Not many of the sites are flat. About half have full hook-ups with 30 amp electricity. Solid electricity and good water pressure. There was ample shade without feeling enclosed on the site. We would recommend this campground over the Ponderosa Campground which we drove into and drove out again due to its lack of maintenance.
07/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
The campground is located on the east side of Regina on the Trans Canada Highway 1 so quite a lot of road noise. Signage to campground good but junction to turn down service road to campground a little confusing so watch for sign. Limited area to park and register. Office staff efficient and friendly but only take cash or check. Access road to sites wide but could do with a some maintenance in places. Flat wide sites with full hook-up with some shade mainly back-ins. Have electricity and water sites at back which are large, flat and wide but only have 15 amps and no shade. Very hot when we were in Regina and 50 amp electricity was not very stable. Water pressure good. WiFi good. A compact and very busy campground.
07/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground limited. Parking to register was also car park for golf course and Go-Karts. Office staff efficient and friendly. Access roads to sites well maintained but a little narrow. Large flat grass pull-thru sites with full hook-ups but only 30amp electricity. The sites have landscaped trees on edge of sites which gave some shade but do not make you feel enclosed. Good solid electricity and good water pressure. Quiet location. Good base to do the energy tour run by Saks Power.
06/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Entrance wide and area to park to register. Owners friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites well maintained and wide. Mainly open aspect but some awkwardly placed trees which meant satellite could not be used.(OK if at front of coach or free-standing ours is in the middle of our coach. Sloped exit/entrance full service pull-thrus with level pads which could easily accommodate a 'big rig'. 50amp electricity solid and water pressure good. The sites were slightly narrow and needed the grass cutting. Some noise from the TCH.
06/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Area to park to register OK. Office efficient, very friendly and helpful. Access road to sites good to newly extended part of campground with big open aspect back-ins sites with full hook-ups. Had experienced very heavy rain which had made the sites very soft due to their newness. Overtime these sites will be fine to accommodate 'big rigs'. The campground owner was superb in sorting out where we could park in the campground and still have full hook-up without getting bogged down on a site. The electricity was solid and water pressure good. WiFi excellent. The customer attitude of the owners was superb. This is a good base particularly if you have a 'big rig' to explore the Riding Mountain National Park as you are less than half a mile from the entrance gate.
06/2007
rating [ 2/10 ]
Signage to campground poor from Highway 10. Good road to campground office but narrow gateway with no place to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites would have been fine if had cut back height on trees. Majority of sites long but not level. Heavily treed sites. Entrances and exits to sites needed trees cutting back both at sides and above. There was also a lot of lying water. Mixture of sites available from full hook-up(30amp) to no services. Would not recommend this site for 'big rigs'. We stayed one night and then moved to a campground just outside the park which could cope with 'big rigs'. The Riding Mountain National Park itself is a great place to visit but do not stay at the campground unless you have a small unit and like the 'camping experience'.
06/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Big mainly open aspect campground. Signage to campground good. Large area to park and register. Office staff efficient but not over friendly. Roads to site a little narrow and ill maintained. Big gravel full service sites with grass. The full hook-up included 50amp which was solid. Good water pressure. The gravel pads of the sites were a little soft, so make sure put blocks under your jacks particularly if it has been raining. No waste bins but rubbish collection. Site had good ambience but could do with a lot more maintenance. Good location to visit Winnipeg and surrounding area.
06/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Municipal created now privately run campground. Signage to campground good. Wide entrance and large area to park and register. Office friendly and efficient. Access roads within park needed maintenance and some trees cutting back. Gravel sites were flat but quite narrow. Our site had full hook-up and a magnificent forward view over the lake but we were lucky. Most of the other overnight sites had no views and were at the back of the campground. Solid electricity and good water pressure. Good location to explore Kenora and the Lake in the Woods area.
06/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Small fairly open campground on TCH between Thunder Bay and Kenora. Could easily miss the road to the campground if not looking for it. Good area to park to register. Owner friendly and efficient. Access roads within campground well maintained. Good large gravel flat sites all with full hook-ups including 50amp electricity. 50amp variable. Water pressure good. Quite a lot of noise from TCH. OK for an overnight stop.
06/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Good signage to campground. Long entrance road currently being upgraded. Large parking area in order to register. Office very friendly and efficient. This is a very large campground with a range of rustic and open campsites to suit all type of campers. Good access roads throughout the campground. Majority of sites are pull-thrus which are flat and wide. Limited number of premium 50amp sites. These sites were well set up for big-rigs with a pleasant outlook over pond and fountain. Solid electricity and good water pressure. Excellent base to explore the Thunder Bay area.
06/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good signage to campground although there were two entrances to campground. Office/owners friendly and efficient. Mainly rustic campground but there is an open car park type area behind the office/store where there are flat pull-through,full service 30/50 amp sites. These sites are very narrow and units would be very close together if full. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Minimal infrastructure and maintenance. Some road noise as right next to Trans Canada Highway. OK for and overnight stop or to visit the Ouimet Canyon.
06/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good signage to campground. Owner/office friendly and efficient. Rustic campground with many trees. Easy access to large flat and wide gravel pull-throughs boarded with trees on side. Pull-throughs are water and electric (30 amp) only. There are back-ins which have full hook-up. Other services on campground minimal. Electricity a little variable and water pressure erratic. Good for an overnight stop on the Trans Canada Highway or to visit Wawa and the Lake Superior Provincial Park.
06/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Rustic style campground. Large area to park and register. Office friendly and efficient. Escort to site. Part wooded and part open sites which were gravel and flat. Overall site width a little narrow. Services for hook-ups in correct location. Solid electricity and good water pressure. Good infrastructure. Access roads well maintained but narrow particularly on corners. Good for overnight stop but as always KOAs are expensive.
05/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Entrance to campground wide and plenty of space to stop and register. Family run campground with limited facilities. All sites are pull-throughs and all have full hook-ups. There are only two 50 amp sites which were not flat. Other sites within campground were mainly flat. Electricity was solid and water pressure good. The campground was a little scruffy with pipes laying around. Some road and rail noise. OK for an overnight stop.
05/2007
rating [ 3/10 ]
Signage to campground limited compared to many KOA's. Office friendly but not efficient, they recorded us on the wrong site. Access roads OK, but many sites not level and very scruffy. Electricity pods very erratically placed with one pod between two sites. Sewage hook-up point very far forward. Garbage bins full to overflowing. Rustic to the extreme and seemingly little maintenance. Very expensive.
05/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Good signage to campground. Good area to park in order to register. Office very friendly and efficient. Access roads good within campground. Escort to site. The sites were large, flat and had full hook-up. Solid electricity and good water pressure. The campground was well maintained, quiet and a good location to visit the attractions of Door County.
05/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a mixed campground with a large number of long term seasonal sites which are not very well kept. Signage to campground limited. Good area to park to register. Office friendly and efficient. Access road to transient sites good except one corner where a tree needs trimming. Transient section well laid out with large flat grass sites with full hook-up. Solid electricity and good water pressure. Further sites are being developed in new section. Was a good location to visit the attractions of Spring Green.
05/2007
rating [ 1/10 ]
We should have taken notice of previous reviews. We could not get our 40 ft motorhome level on the allocated pull-through site. The alternative offered, although more level was difficult to access with trees etc. The owners are proud to have run the campground for forty two years. It may have met the public expectations twenty odd years ago but not now. It was very expensive for the quality of campground on offer. We decided not to stay. This is not a site for big rigs.
05/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Confusing where to park rig to register. Owner friendly and efficient although only accepts cash or checks. Campground appears to have been developed in old gravel quarry. Access roads good within campground. Slightly soleness, open aspect serried rank style level sites with full hook-ups. A lot of small insects around. Campground is 10 miles north of Duluth.
05/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Entrance and area to register limited particularly if you have a big rig. Office friendly and efficient. The access roads within campground were good. Had a mixture of sites both full hook-up or water and electricity. The campground lacked maintenance and some of the sites were not level. Solid electricity and good water pressure. The shortcomings of the campground were made up for by its location next to Lake Superior, particularly if you are lucky to get a site with a superb view over harbor. Convenient to walk to the village of Grand Marais.
05/2007
rating [ 4/10 ]
Small casino campground with 16 pull-thru sites with only electricity and water, surrounded by pine trees. Campground was scruffy and displayed very little maintenance taking place. Had to walk to hotel to register. Expensive considering lack of ambiance and limited amenities. Adequate for overnight stop.
05/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Well maintained small Mom and Pop campground south of town in country setting. Signage to campground good. Entrance to site a little narrow and there is limited area to park to register. Owners very friendly and helpful. Access roads good. Wide grassed, firm, and flat sites with full-hook-up, no problem for big rig's. Solid electricity and good water pressure. Water is very soft. Quiet campground except for the occasional train (about twice a day).
05/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good wide entrance with plenty of room to park and register. Owners/office friendly and efficient. Good wide gravel access roads. Big wide flat sites with full hook-up. Electricity solid and good water pressure. Excellent dog walk area. The campground is in a quiet country location on the north side of St Cloud.
04/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Small quiet campground north of Pipestone town center and just across the road from Pipestone National Monument. Owners very friendly and efficient. Access roads a little narrow but well maintained. Flat gravel sites with full hook-ups but are a little on the narrow side particularly if full. Solid electricity and good water pressure.
04/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground limited. Parking to register being used by people to store boats and some maintenance work going on. Office staff were uninspiring but got job done. Access roads are wide and paved however some maintenace needed on roads in top part of campground. Back-ins sites are excellent, but pull-thru sites are close back to back with services in the centre. All sites are full hook-up with good landscaping. Quiet location despite casino next door.
04/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Good wide entrance with designated parking to register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites were very wide and well maintained. The pull-thru gravel sites were long, wide and flat with plenty of grass between each site. The majority of sites are full hook-up. The electricity and water pressure was good. The campground was immaculate. Good ambience and quiet. A good place to stop if passing this way.
04/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground OK but could miss the entrance if not concentrating. Adequate space to park to register but could be limited when busy. Office staff were friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites paved but in places narrow particularly if you have a 'Big Rig'. The full hook-up pull-thru sites were long, flat, and very well spaced. The back-in sites had better views of the lake but were not all level. The seasonal sites are all by the shore line, where as the transient sites are on the hill above the lake. The electricity was solid and the water pressure good. There was some road noise from the CR16. The campground is well maintained but a little on the expensive side for what it has to offer.
04/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage to campground good. Wide entrance and plenty of space to park to register. Office friendly and efficient. Access roads are wide and well maintained. Pull-thru sites slightly narrow and are back to back with services in the middle. Back-in sites are better but only have 30 amp electricity. There are only two sites with full hook-ups. The rest are water and electricity but a free pump out service is available except on the day you leave. There is a dump station by the exit. The campground is immaculate and has wonderful views over the pasture lands with cows as your neighbours. There is a little road noise but not enough to keep you awake. Good location to visit Dubuque and Galena.
04/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Signage to campground seemed to take you a long way round to the nearest, this is due to them changing the location of the main office. Office staff were friendly and efficient and provided a good pack of information on the Amana Colonies. Escorted to site on good gravel roads. Sites were extra long pull-thrus in quiet periods but are back-ins when busy. Sites were gravel with large grass areas. Very few trees. Electricity and water pressure good. Currently in the process of installing more full hook-up sites. Quiet and good location for visiting the Amana Colonies.
04/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a little gem. Lovely little campground on edge of town next to city park. Good signage. Self-registration. Good gravel wide access roads. Most sites are back-ins but there are a few pull-thru's(these are electric only). The back-in sites were level and wide with large grass areas between each site. Majority of sites had full hook-up but water stand was one between two sites so would need Y junction if the campground was busy. Limited infrastructure but superb ambience. Excellent for visiting John Waynes birthplace and the covered bridges of Madison County.
04/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good signage to campground. Office friendly and efficient. Good wide access roads to large level pull-thru paved sites. Solid electricity but water pressure a bit variable. Limited landscaping and a lot of lying water on roads and grass after heavy rain. Very quiet location.
04/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Gravel wide access roads. Friendly, efficient office. There are two parts to campground. Front part of campground near office is in trees and are the wider sites. Back part of campground has an open aspect with long gravel pull-thru sites with one row having grass between sites, the other row was all gravel. All sites were level and most had full hook-up. The campground lacked ambience and could have done with a little more maintenance but a good location to visit the Eisenhower Museum.
04/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Campground on the corner of I70 and Highway 83. Good signage and wide entrance to campground with good area to stop and register. Office friendly and efficient. Good access roads to flat pull-thru but narrow gravel sites. Sites could have done with a bit more maintenance. Laundry was spotless with plenty of machines and also travel guides/information. Surprisingly muted road noise. Good place for overnight or visiting Monument Rocks.
04/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good signage to campground. Entrance wide and good gravel access roads to sites. Efficient and friendly owners. There are two parts to the campground. In the front part of the campground the sites are all gravel and you could experience a lot of road and rail noise. The back part of the campground has flat 70ft pull-thrus sites. There appeared to be wide grass areas between the gravel sites but when looking at numbering and hook-ups these grass areas can be sites when they are busy. There is little rail or road noise in the back part of the campground. Solid electricity and good water pressure. Good infrastructure and a well maintained campground. A good place to stay to visit Dodge City.
03/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Small quiet campground north of Wichita in country setting. Good signage and wide entrance with space to park for registration. Owner friendly but a little officious (lots of rules). Good gravel access roads. Majority of sites were pull-thrus with flat gravel pads and wide grass areas between sites. Some manufactured homes on site. Solid electricity and good water pressure. Limited infrastructure but site very clean and tidy. Good place to stay to visit Wichita.
03/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Established park by river recently taken over by new owners. Owners are friendly and efficient. Access roads are narrow, particularly when vehicles park on the road. Front park of campground crowded and sites were very close together. These sites have full hook-ups and many are pull-thrus. The newer section at the back are mainly back-ins, are wider but do not have sewer, but pump-out is available. All sites are flat and have solid electricity and good water pressure. New owners are starting to make improvements to the campground so watch this space. The nightly rate was after Passport America discount.
03/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
A new campground with final construction work being completed. Good instructions and signage to campground. Two wide entrances to campground and good area to park and register. Good wide paved access roads to large pull-thrus and back-in sites. All sites have concrete pads which are flat despite being on a hillside. Full hook-up services with good electricity and water pressure. Sewer connections are in a slightly strange position but manageable. WiFi worked OK but no cable TV. Large recreation building. Have managed to keep some of the mature trees while developing the campground so has a nice ambience. Two minutes from National Cowboy Museum and easy access to downtown Oklahoma City. The only disadvantage to this site is that it is right next to I44 so quite a bit of road noise.
03/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
We camped in the Choctaw campground within the park which had full hook-up and 50amp electricity. The other campgrounds had water and electricity not sure had 50amp. Sites although large could do with some improvements as currently only two concrete runways. Water faucets were on wrong side of pad so had to take water hose under unit. Electricity and water pressure good. Nice location by lake. Very quiet and lots of wildlife. Has golf course, tennis courts, hiking trails and swimming pool within the park.
02/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Could miss this park if you hadn't got one of campground directories as limited signage on main roads around Fort Davis. New campground (less than a year old) but a lot of investment made by owners both on buildings and sites and this is continuing. Access in and around the campground was good. Sites were flat and wide. Electricity and water pressure good. Sewer pipes slightly too high to allow good flow. Quiet location. Owner very efficient and very helpful. A good place to stop in Fort Davis.
03/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Entrance to campground good with large area to park to register at office. Very friendly and efficient office staff. Access roads around campground wide and well maintained. All sites are gravel with concrete patio some (the older sites near office) have grass and flower beds as well. Good infrastructure including a lovely garden area with catch and release pond, trees and a waterfall. Four good dog walk areas. Although not far from the I-40, road noise was minimum.
03/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
A small recently set up campground which is a work in progress. Signage to campground limited. Entrance to campground wide but limited area to park to register. Office efficient but little information available on area but did give directions if asked. Good flat but slightly narrow pull-through sites near office with full hook-up services in right position. Sites at back still under construction so a little rough. Electricity and water pressure good. There was a number of dog walk areas within the campground. There is a lot of road noise.
03/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Although north of Carlsbad and fifty minutes from the Carlsbad Caverns this is a very good campground to stay at to explore the area. The signage to the campground was good. There was plenty of space to park in front of the office to register. The office staff were efficient and very friendly. All sites are pull-thus which are flat, wide and have the full hook-up services in the right position. Electricity was good, water pressure good but the water was very hard. There were two excellent dog walks. The campground was immaculate. There appeared to be a tendency for the office staff to allocate the sites nearer to the office and rest rooms first as there was no rest rooms at the far end of campground. New owners have just taken over the campground and seem to be maintaining the high standards already established.
02/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
This was an adequate campground owned and run by the Big Bend Motor Inn. The campground was dusty with a mixture of pull-thru's and back-in's. Most sites were flat and had full hook-ups but the cable tv wasn't working when we were there. The picnic tables could have done with some maintenance. A good location to visit the western side of the Big Bend National Park.
02/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
There are two campgrounds at Rio Grande Village. One is no hook-up and run by the National Parks, the other is a small full hook-up campground run by a concessionaire. Firstly the signage at the Panther Junction was confusing as stated the full hook-up campground was full when in fact there was two spots left. We found out later that they put the full sign up at the Panther Junction when 75% full, so if prefer full-hook-up stop at the Rio Grande Village store first and ask before going into the no hook-up campground. The full hook-ups have been developed on an old car park and are all back-ins. All but four have plenty of space to park tow car and all have access to grass behind to sit out and enjoy the superb scenery of Big Bend. If you want more space and can manage with no hook up then the National Parks campground is for you. However many of the sites are not level, are small for big rigs and have many trees with low branches. There is a no generator section which is usually the last to fill up. The Rio Grande Village store has only basic provisions so go prepared if you want to spend some time in Big Bend, which is well worth the visit.
02/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good signage and access to campground. Office efficient and helpful. Sites are a mixture of water and electricity(30amp) or no services and are well spaced. Several sites large enough to take big rigs but some are not that level. Electricity was a bit suspect at times particularly one cold morning. Wonderful panoramic views and some good walking trails.
02/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good directions to campground and entrance sufficient to park for registration. Efficient office. Access roads a little narrow. All sites are pull-thrus of fine gravel with concrete patios. The sites are full hook-up including cable but are quite close together in serried ranks. There was many Winter Texans. Little ambience to the campground, could have done with some trees or foliage plants along perimeter of site. Close to Fredericksburg.
01/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Warning of campground entrance coming up limited. Wide area for registration at office but on slope so watch un-hooking of towed vehicle. Office staff very efficient. Charge for sites based on width of site. Access roads are slightly narrow. All sites are paved and fully serviced but some are not level and some have steep drop offs. Excellent club house and laundry facilities. Good location for exploring San Antonio.
01/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
A 55+ campground set up mainly for winter Texans but has daily/weekly campers. In quiet location well away from interstate. Office small but efficient. Has a wide range of facilities including golf course and tennis courts. Access roads are good but watch the junctions. Has a new northern section with all pull-thru sites which are fully serviced, wide and flat. Cable TV did not work while staying there for three nights. Excellent dog walk areas.
01/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Good acess from 361. Signage where to park for registration needed to be clearer. Office staff efficient. Escorted to site. Large well designed paved and landscaped fully serviced sites, with plenty of room for motorhome, car, and more. Premium location with boardwalk access to Gulf beaches. New sites being constructed at the moment which detracted from the ambience of the resort. In addition many rules and regulations.
01/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Escapees Headquarters park. The office staff were very friendly but a little disorganized. Easy access on gravel roads which could have done with a little more maintenance. A mixture of sites some in the trees and some in the open. Sites near office had Wi-Fi access but were the narrower sites. Some sites, which were grass, needed some maintenance particularly near activity centre. Full activity programme including visits round the Escapees HQ and the Care Centre available. Overall a good, pleasant, and quiet campground.
01/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Easy access from from Interstate 45 and State Road 517. The office staff were pleasant, efficient and well organised. Wide paved roads to sites made for easy access. All sites have concrete pads and patios and services were well positioned for easy hook-up. Sites were a little narrow. Two large designated dog walking areas are provided. The campground was well maintained and tidy and although near the interstate it was quiet. A good location for visiting the Johnson Space Centre and Galveston.
12/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
The campground is in a good location for Fort Worth and Dallas. Although near major shopping area and interstate the campground was quiet and easily found. The office entrance to the campground is at an intersection of roads and care and close observance of small signs is needed on entering the property. The office staff were helpful, but a little bit disorganized and trying to get to grips with a fairly new computer system. There are two parts to the campground. The section nearest to the office has a lot of trees and smaller sites which were not necessarily flat. The north section is more open with fewer trees and flatter and wider sites, ideal if you have a satellite dish. There are a number of Presidential sites (all in the section nearest the office) which, although have an outdoor grill, slightly better landscaping and instant phone hook-up are not worth the additional $6 per night. These sites do not attract any weekly or Good Sam discounts. Overall this is a a well maintained campground.
12/2006
rating [ 6/10 ]
The signage to the campground was good. The office staff were efficient and helpful. The access roads were reasonably wide but one or two tight bends. Because of time of year, we were able to choose a campsite that we could get on easily. Many of the sites were not level and the surface of the sites needed repair. Each site had water and electricity(30 amp - there was two sites with 50 amp). Getting into some sites by bigger RV's could be difficult. There are a number of trails within the park and of course you can search for diamonds. Could be a really good campground if investment was made on restructuring the campsites.
11/2006
rating [ 6/10 ]
Directions and signage to park poor mainly due to recent change in road layout of Highway 65. Office staff efficient and welcoming. Provided excellent information on local area. Access roads narrow made more difficult by parked vehicles. Sites were a mixture of pull-thru's and back-ins. All sites were level with full hook-ups including cable TV. The sites were a bit tight together. Good location for Branson.
11/2006
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good signage from SR59. Signage within the campground could be improved. No office operational when visited, but honesty box for camping fee payment. Good access roads within campground. Campground A had water frontage and 30amp electricity and water. Campground B was heavily wooded and had a mixture of electricity(50 amp) and water sites and electricity (50amp) only sites. Not all sites were level but all large. Good quiet location for visiting Van Buren/Fort Smith. Not quite up to usual standard of COE sites experienced elsewhere.
11/2006
rating [ 7/10 ]
Directions and signage to campground was limited and needs improvement. Office friendly but a little slow. Access roads good and wide with trees well cut back. A good mixture of sites available: some on water front and others in trees. Sites mainly back-in's but a few pull-through's. Sites are level with electricity (50amp or 30amp) and water. Excellent space between sites and all have table and campfire ring. There are three dump stations within the campground. A good location to explore Little Rock.
11/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
An excellent fully serviced RV resort in an beautiful location overlooking Table Rock Lake. Although a little off the beaten track there was very good signage to the resort. The office staff and resort host made you feel welcome and provided useful information about the resort and places of interest in the surrounding area. All pads are paved, level and are either back-in or drive-in depending on location in the resort. Services(i.e. water,electricity and sewer) are in the right position for easy connection. There is no cable TV at present but free WiFi. The sites are large, many are individually owned and therefore level of landscaping varies. Excellent access roads which have been designed for the 'big rig'. The resort is still developing adding additional amenities. An excellent base to explore the Ozarks and a wonderful place to stay.
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