This is a very nice, clean park in a peaceful country setting. The office staff and owners were very friendly and helpful. The sites were fairly level and long. The park looks like it is very well cared for. We would definitely stay here again.
Since this campground has become a KOA the price has increased but the amenities have not. There is no cable TV and reception over the air is extremely limited. The sites are not level and the roads are very narrow. The only amenities available belong to the hotel which is located in front of this campground. It is very over-priced. There is a concrete patio on the gravel site, but the grassy area is very unkempt. If you are here when it rains, expect mud. Sites are larger than your typical KOA, but not as nicely kept. Since there are not many options in the area, we guess they can name their price.
The sites in this KOA are larger than your typical KOA, but the park overall was not as clean. The laundry facilities left a little to be desired. Some dryers were located in a different room. The office staff was friendly and cooperative. This park is very adequate for an overnight stay.
This park is quiet and the owners and park hosts were very friendly and helpful. Our rate reflects a Passport America discount. The sites are a little tight and the park could use a little sprucing up. It is conveniently located for exploring the Jemez Mountains area. We would stay here again.
This park is very well kept. The sites are gravel and are raked before each new occupant. The roads are raked often. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The laundry room, although small - 4 each washers and dryers, is very clean and the appliances were new. We found the park to be very quiet. Our rate reflected a Passport America weekly rate. It is located very near Elephant Butte Lake State Park. We would definitely stay here again.
The sites are all pull-thrus and are long and level. The cable TV offered for $1.50 extra is excellent and the reception was very good. The staff is friendly and helpful. You get escorted to your site. The park is well manicured and clean. We would definitely stay here again.
We camped here for 2 days in April and found that they had increased the daily rate from $17.00 to $25.00. Also, our cells phones and broadband air card - which worked just fine last October when we stayed here - were iffy at best. Don't know what could have changed to cause this, but we weren't the only ones having trouble. The sites were overgrown and the fire rings needed cleaned out. The pull-thru site sizes are generous and the view of the lake is terrific. But this lack of contact with the outside world, lack of maintainence and an almost 50% raise in rate makes this campground not worth the 11.4 mile trek off the highway. We probably won't stay here again.
This is a no-frills park, but it is worth checking out if in the area. It is about 15 minutes from Savannah, GA and 30 from Hilton Head, SC. The owners are friendly and accommodating - we were taken on a ride of the campground to select which site we wanted. There is a nice BBQ restaurant close by. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground is well worth visiting. It is very clean and nicely landscaped. All the sites have full concrete pads and patios and are very generous in size. The cable TV worked fine while we were there. There is a free shuttle that will take you to the nearby casino 24/7. Kinder is a nice little town with a wonderful restaurant that serves the best shrimp poboy we have ever tasted. We used the campground website promotion to get the nightly rate shown. Would definitely stay here again.
Very clean and friendly park. They have a little deli with very good and economical lunches. The town is quaint and has a very nice public beach. We stayed here for only 3 days. We would definitely return and hopefully stay longer.
The people who winter in this campground are without a doubt the friendliest around. The campground and the resident volunteers provide more activities than any other campground we have experienced. No reason to be bored here. The sites are a little tight, especially the ones with trees. The cable TV leaves a little to be desired. But overall we would not hesitate to stay here again.
Very clean, very quiet park. We camped with 2 other RV's and the owners were most gracious in placing us together in our own little piece of the campground. We were treated very well and the owner stopped by everyday to see that we were enjoying our stay. We would definitely stay here again. The only improvement would be the addition of cable TV service.
This is a nice, quiet, small park with large sites. The pull-thrus are probably the largest we have encountered and are quite level. It is well maintained and the staff is very friendly and helpful. There is a large pavilion for gatherings. Corry is a nice small town and there is a Walmart nearby. The park has recently added free Wi-Fi service for its guests. Although the weather did not allow us to use the pool, it seemed to be a nice size. Can't beat it for the price.
This is a pick your own site park. Fortunately the camp host was available to help. Sites in the 400 section are pull-thrus and are roomy and level with some shade trees. They call themselves a 5 star resort - maybe they over-sell themselves. It could be a nice park with a little maintenance. Close to Mammoth Park. TV reception is very poor.
Long, level pull-thru sites. Cable TV has a large selection of channels. Staff is friendly and helpful. Bring rabbit food - the tame bunnies are everywhere. A very nice Passport America park. We stayed here in a 5th wheel.
The site we were given was way too short for the size 5th wheel we reserved the space for let alone for our tow vehicle. The campground is way over-priced. The wi-fi is limited to 1 hour per day and requires an access code which you must get at time of check-in. Cable TV is an extra charge. We don't believe we will ever stay here again. We camped here in a 5th wheel.