Closest RV Park to jobsite; however, beware! This campground has very few 50 amp sites, the owners lied several times to us about sites that would come open and we were on the list to move to. We had to stay in a 30 amp site. Power here is VERY BAD, be very careful with your rig, the power levels are way below 120 and our power cut off several times due to low voltage in the entire campground. Owners not very concerned about this, even went UP on rent due to cost of power. Many people live here in mobile homes, park is trashy / ugly and not much to look at. The entire area is sketchy, not safe for children or women alone. Please take care staying at this RV park, it's really just a parking lot in a bad area of town. Only plus was laundry. Stay away if you can, try the KOA and Pueblo West--seem to be better deal and areas.
We stayed here while working in Shippingport, PA. The campground is geared more toward traveling contract workers. There are no facilities (restrooms, etc.) and the owners run the park from their home. The owners were extremely friendly and the area was very nice. We will come back again!
The bathhouse was closed for renovation until further notice when we camped here. Some sites are creekside (no sewer) and other full hookups were up steep, winding curves, between close trees. A little hard to navigate with a large camper but the scenery was beautiful. Owner is very friendly and the campground is gated for camper security. Owner emptied tanks on electric / water only sites twice a week at no extra charge. This campground is off the beaten path; yet close to village of New Stanton and the Westinghouse energy site. We would recommend this campground to anyone!
While looking for a good place to stay near the Westinghouse energy site, we found several campgrounds nearby--however, we chose Fox Den due to its reasonable monthly rate and proximity to the plant. This campground has no laundry room which we found as a downfall since it is such a large campground. The office staff was helpful. We were very disappointed with our site which was out in an open field with no shade and our neighbors were practically on top of us, literally their sewer hoses were within 2 feet of our picnic table. We will NOT stay here again!!!
On arrival we were greeted by extremely friendly and hospitable campground staff who escorted us to our large, shady pull thru site. The campground offers an excellent playground for kids (complete with waterslide) and several nature trails throughout the park including a resident alligator in the pond. The campground was beautiful with lots of trees and Spanish moss. The only downfall was the amount of bugs we had to fight each day. Be prepared to fight mosquitos, house flies,ants, and knats in the summer months! Other than the pesky pests, we enjoyed a nice quiet and peaceful setting at this campground. The showers and laundry room were extremely clean and well kept. Ice and firewood was available at the office as well as mail service. We would stay here again, very close to Hunting Island State Park and beach access and within 15 minutes to stunning historical downtown Beaufort.
High Plains was very convenient to the city of Gillette and our work at the Wyodak Coal Power Plant. It's also right across the street from the Camplex Multi event facility, so there are always things to do (especially in summer months). We stayed here for 2 months and found the campground quite small and cramped. The sites are hard to come by, so make reservations far in advance. There are a lot of permanent residents in this campground as well, most rigs are skirted (from winter use) and there isn't much in the way of landscaping. The campground isn't very attractive but was reasonable enough for us and very convenient. Office staff & manager was extremely helpful and very kind. We would stay here again just because of her! May be back again!
We arrived to find courteous staff, concrete pads / patios, and a nice site within walking distance to the beach. The campground is pricey--could've found a better deal at Ocean Waves. The Wi-Fi was spotty at times. Spent 2 weeks here, enjoyed our stay, pretty crowded in July but settled down in early August. Would recommend for family type camping.
Nestled high on a ridge overlooking the KeyHole State Park and Reservoir is Cedar Ridge RV "Park." But beware, this is nothing more than a parking lot with full hook up sites and a non-existent office with sketchy locals manning the campground as their "base" for drug running and local underground deals. If you're looking for a cheap, quiet place to stay for a couple of nights, then this is the place for you. However, this is not the place you'd want to stay for more than one week. It takes over 45 minutes to get to Gillette (if you are a working camper / fulltimer) and the owners are VERY hard to get in touch with if you need them. (The office is NEVER open!) Beware of the permanent residents. Do NOT make friends or speak to anyone in the campground that looks as if they may steal from you, b/c they WILL! We will not return to this ***HOLE! Low voltage as well, almost ruined our A/C unit so we got the heck outta dodge!!!! RUN LIKE THE WOLVES!
Homewood was an excellent, small RV park right off the interstate below Ottawa, KS. The only con was the noise from the interstate at night and early in the a.m.--so much for camper insulation, but other than that the park was very clean, and very scenic. The location was very secluded and country but only a short drive into town. We would definitely stay here again!
This park was really fun, nice shaded lots, only con was noise from the interstate if you're parked on the far side. Extremely close and convenient to everything near Ashland--we really enjoyed our stay here! We'll be back!
Our second visit to Lake Louise, we stayed on the hill last year and now we are parked on a pull thru near the pool. This campground is really nice, but very crowded due to many seasonal and park models in the campground. Their overnight sites are limited as well as full hookups so get in line early. All is well here except for treatment at the office, the female staff is very rude and does not enjoy helping anyone with anything if it requires lifting a finger or turning a head. So don't ask if you need any help, because you probably won't get it! Other than the extremely rude females in the office, we really enjoy Lake Louise!
We camped here for 2 months due to my husband's work--I must say I've never encountered a campground that requested a security deposit along with your monthly fee, but we did get that back AFTER they checked our site to make sure we had weed-eated our site and we didn't kill any of their grass or steal their sewer cap...we endured several catastrophes while staying at this campground--the lawn mowers chewed up several of our tie down stakes (with us WATCHING!) and threw rocks at our camper and brand new truck, the water at this campground is atrocious, it's absolutely horrible--the rust in the water completely takes over the camper with its sulphur like smell and leaves an orange film over the shower, toilet and sink--we had to clean EVERY DAY to get the gunk off! We never felt clean here! The campground staff was courteous when they felt like it, but as said earlier, the office hours were 3 pm - 8 pm which was a big inconvenience for us because of our second shift job--we had never run into this before! Beware of this place--it's just not worth it!!! They charge by the day for wireless internet as well!!