Rate is not the advertised rate. When we talked to them on the phone, they let us know that the price was due to Bike Week in Daytona. We took it anyway since we needed a place to stay close to friends in the area. It is very rustic and has a well stocked bass pond, but since we are not fishermen, we didn't care. They advertise "full" RV hookups. To a certain degree this is true. They have water, sewer, and electric hookups. When we made the reservations we told them 50 amp, but on arrival they gave us 30 amp. Looked like most of their RV sites are long term and some have been there a very long time. The sewer hook up was too small to handle the volume of water, and sewage overflowed onto the ground before we could shut off the valves. We had to back into our site since the people in the cabin next to us had their truck in the way and we were parked right on the road so we could not put out our outdoor chairs. We will not stay here again.
Rate is National Park Senior Pass rate. Sites are relatively level crushed stone and wooded with large crushed stone "patios". There are picnic tables, fire rings and grills at most sites. We had preregistered and on arrival we stopped in the preregistered line as instructed, but the attendant did not want us parked there and was not very nice about telling us to move. Quiet at night and the sites are far enough apart that you have privacy almost everywhere. The sites are very diverse, but the website has a nice map of the sites with lengths noted for each site. A gate locks the park from 10:30 pm till 7:00 am. We would stay again if in area.
Stayed here for Passport America Rally, so our rate reflects the campsite, meals, entertainment, and seminars. The campground itself is very well maintained with relatively level gravel sites and easy in & out. No extra amenities, but right next to Tom Johnson's RV Sales & Service is problems arise. Close to interstate, shopping and restaurants. Would stay there again if in area.
Rate is Passport America. We were the first guests of the season and the restrooms were not open as yet. Even though the campground is right off the highway, it was quiet. The owners were very friendly and offered suggestions of what to see in the area. This is a very nice little RV park. Very convenient to all the area offers. Not sure what previous reviewers were referring to when they remarked about tight spots. We had plenty of room between coaches to extend our awning, unless they were referring to the mature trees at the sites. Our site was next to the creek which made it very picturesque. We would stay there again if in the area.
KOA membership rate. We stayed there while attending the FMCA rally in Perry. Easy on/off the highway. The park sites are dirt/gravel but level. Showers/restrooms are always clean and well maintained. Friendly and helpful staff made the stay and daily drive into Perry worth it. There is nothing nearby because it is outside Cordele, but it within driving distance of Plains and Andersonville for sight-seeing. There is an abandoned truck plaza that brings down the location, but the campground is nice and well maintained. Definitely would stay again if in area.
Rate is military. This park was easy to get to from interstate. Arrived at campground and noted sign telling us to pick our spot then go to the office and tell them where we parked. Easy, long pull through sites at the front, but further in was back-ins. Wide, nicely spaced sites, mature trees provide shade, but still able to get TV reception with antenna. Clean facilities and even has a common room. Would stay again if in area.
Rate is Good Sam. Camped here for a quick overnight stay. All hookups worked fine and the Wi-Fi worked for us just fine as well. Very easy off and back on I-10 and right across the street from a Publix Grocery. The staff was very friendly. The only drawback to be was that the sites were a little close and we had to unhook our toad in order to make a turn since our site was out in the front of the park. We would stay here again if in area.
Rate is Good Sam. The owner was very friendly and accommodating since when we called we asked for one night and on arrival we had decided on two nights. We had to back in for the two night stay, but that was no problem since we were going to unhook the car anyway. The drive into the park was a little tight since it was down a narrow two lane street, but the RV sites had everything, including individual trash bins. There is a lake by the park, but did not see any sites on the lake. Lots of mature trees. Would stay there again considering the park is within 30 minutes of the major attractions in the area.
Friendly staff. Sites are only big rig friendly if no one is parked behind you; turns are tight. We did manage to get into our pull-through site, but were parked next to a light pole, so getting out was a little more difficult. Sites are gravel and interior roads had some ruts. Would not stay there again.
Rate is Passport America rate. It was after hours and raining when we arrived. Our assigned site was easily found. There were some puddles from the rain, but did not have to stand in water to hook up. Parking on concrete pads, with wide paved internal roads. Breakfast the next morning was included in the price and a very nice surprise. We will stay again when in area.
Marked no for restrooms/showers because the resort side does not have restrooms/showers available. There are restrooms/showers on the RV Park side and they are clean. The resort side is set up as a buy into, and several of the sites are owned with very nice landscaping and permanent buildings. The sites have stamped concrete drives/parking areas. Most have portable firepits and outdoor furniture. Very nice place to stay, and if there are sites still available next time in area, will stay again.
Rate reflects a $5 discount received from staying there in July. Very nice KOA. Large well stocked camp store. Clean pool. Big playground. Free cookies delivered at night. Easy on/off interstate. Have stayed here several times in our travels. Quiet even though there are donkeys on the grounds. Will stay there again if in area.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. The bathrooms were clean, although there are only two at front of park and two at back of park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have a lot of activities. All sites were kept neat and clean, concrete parking pads with picnic tables on small patio area. Staff friendly, helpful, and very knowledgeable about the local area. Will stay there again.
Rate reflects cash payment. Park is easy off/on I -30. Road in is a little rough. Very shady, no frills park. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Restrooms were nice and clean. Host/owner is very friendly, led us to our site. Good overnight stop although seemed to have a few long term campers since we stayed there twice (going and coming) and recognized some of the RVs. Would stay there again.
Rate reflects Good Sam rate + 2 extra adults. Good over night stop. Clean, well maintained, no frills park. Level concrete pads. Hosts were very, very friendly and helpful, and led us to our site. Would stay there again.
Rate reflects a rally rate. Beautiful landscaped RV resort. Nice amenities include catch & release pond, pool, hot tub, shuffle board, large game room with pool table and a large variety of board games. Pull-through sites large and fairly level. Everything is concrete with well kept lawns for each pad. Premium sites include grill and fire pit. The store and office are very comfortable and well stocked. They have resident caged parrots and love birds. The staff is friendly and helpful, escort you to your site and at your site they clean the water spout with bleach, brush any cobwebs from the electrical box and sweep the pad free of grass clippings. Would definitely stay here again.
Rate is Good Sam. Fairly basic park, good for an over night stop. Fairly easy off and on from I-30. Mostly full timers-90% or more. WiFi available but slow to connect. Park was clean, large no frills pull through sites in back of the park. Would stay again for over-night.
Rate was for FMCA Rally. Fairgrounds are near downtown Indianapolis and in the older, poorer part of town, but plenty of security during our stay. Sites varied from fairly nice to not anywhere near being level. Plenty of room for rally. Great venue buildings. For those not with a rally, instructions on the electric boxes to call the security number to pay for your site. Garbage barrels right in front of MH and picked up daily. Would stay again even without being part of a group.
The spacious sites are actually quite level to begin with. Able to order the pizza and wings in the office, and they will deliver or you can pick them up when ready; convenient if you don't wish to cook on arrival. The staff are friendly and helpful. This would be a great place to stay with kids because there are weekend activities planned. Would stay again if in area.
First time stayed in city park. Although the park has self-registration, we were met by the campground host who assisted us in selecting a site. MacNider is an older well-maintained municipal campground with blacktopped interior roads and gravel pads. Most sites can accommodate any size rig. The full hookup sites are closest to the entrance with those next to the road offering the most space. The building that houses the restrooms and laundry is also a FEMA approved emergency shelter. The restrooms were very clean. We will stay here again.
Very easy access to/from I-90, extremely friendly and helpful owners. Roads and sites are packed gravel, spacious sites with concrete patios and picnic tables. Our site was back in, but was able to pull through since no one in other spot. Full hook up was great. Quiet, shady. Camp store well stocked. Will stay again if in area.
Rate reflects rally rate. We stayed in the 'overflow' lot with only E/W, back-in, if you want a pull through site, you are way out in the grassy field. The sites are a good size and level. Excellent power & water. We were close to the train tracks, but the trains didn't affect our enjoyment. Will stay again when in area.
Colony is a well maintained campground located in a suburban setting. Everything is clean and green and QUIET. No road noise, no trains. If you are looking for just a nice time, this is the place. We stayed there overnight and would stay again if in area.
Rate reflects KOA membership and cash payment. Easy on/off the interstate. The campground staff was friendly and helpful. The gravel sites are level with picnic tables at each site and shade trees. Located next to an RV sales in case you need something. We would stay here again if in area.
Rate reflects Passport America membership. Easy on/off the interstate. Follow directions on website or the PPA book, entering the address in a GPS will take you to a different park nearby. Good gravel roads and pull through, level sites. There is grass between sites with picnic tables and room to sit out. If you have a roof top satellite, be sure to ask for a site with a clear sky. The trees are getting big enough to offer shade. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam membership. Very nice campground along the banks of the Missouri River. Sites were level and paved and hosts were very friendly. Park was clean with no trash and looked decent. Hosts friendly and helpful. Had difficulty with electric post but able to move to another site. Would stay again if in area.
Rate reflects Good Sam membership. Easy on/off interstate, close enough to the Wall Drug Store and other places in town to walk to. Good gravel roads and level sites with enough room between them for a grassy area with picnic table and room to sit out. We would stay here again.
Passport America rate. Stayed here for a week while sightseeing. Central location for all the sites. Sites are wide and long with packed grass & gravel. Staff friendly and helpful. Off of interstate, but minimal traffic noise. There is a train track but we did not see/hear train during our stay. Would stay again.
Passport America rate. Easy on/off interstate. Friendly staff. Interior roads paved. Sites wide and level, some with shade. Offer free coffee and donuts each morning. Would stay again when in the area.
Price reflects a rally rate. Wide open spaces with good TV and Wi-Fi. Sites are level concrete pads with concrete patios. Very nice staff. The park is clean and has LOTS of stuff for kids such as games and scheduled events (arts & crafts). It could be classified as a destination park although you may need to drive up to an hour to visit some of the local attractions. Located in a historic little town. Location is on a busy state highway, but was not bothered by the road noise at the RV sites.
The rate reflects the Good Sam discount and the rates recently increased slightly. The setting, scenery and trails at this park are very nice. The tent sites are away from the RV sites in a more remote, but in a nice setting and appeared well maintained. The staff and owners of this park were friendly and helpful. Construction mentioned in previous reviews seems to be complete. Most sites with new modern water and electric posts. No trash or construction debris in sight. Internal road and sites hard packed and level gravel with concrete patios of various sizes. It rained most of our arrival date and the next day, but grassy areas were not muddy. The restrooms and showers are nice and large. Although did not use the laundry room, noted it to be of good size with 4 washers and dryers with iron and ironing board provided. Clubhouse/office/store is equipped with pool table, kitchen area with complimentary hot beverages and a TV area. They offer books and movies that guests can borrow. They did not have the horses available, like the web site advertised, but it is still early in the year. Some train noise during the night. Would stay there again.
Would not call this a resort. The hosts were friendly and helpful. There were several junky looking trailers. Due to the drought Texas is in, the once nice lake is now dangerous looking with the tops of trees showing everywhere. Entry roads very rough, internal roads narrow and not very smooth. Have driven through this area before and it looked very nice, but not at this time. Probably would check it out closely before would stay here again.
Price reflects KOA membership discounts and taxes. This is an OK park with a pretty setting. Easy access to the interstate but not overly noisy. Gravel sites are fairly narrow, but reasonably level. Access roads are paved. Utilities worked quite well. Grounds are heavily wooded. We would stay again.
We stopped just overnight. Even though the rate reflects KOA membership, rate is higher than the average KOA. The park itself is neat clean and level. There is a restaurant located on the grounds and we were provided with a card for $2 discount on the breakfast (we choose not to use). This is the second time we have stayed there.
Nice park, great shade, well maintained. Even though it is close the interstate, traffic noise was minimal. Wonderful location to park while visiting the all the sights between St. Louis and Chicago. Stayed there 6 nights while exploring IL portion of Route 66. Would certainly return.
The rate reflects event pricing although it also reflects a military rate on two of the days. We spent four nights here while attending Grape fest. The streets as well as the sites are narrow. There are a large number of mobile homes and RVs which looked as if they hadn’t moved for some time. Close to Dallas. Although the staff was friendly and helpful will not stay there again.
Nice small campground located right off I-44 (a high embankment kept the noise down) although the road construction and detours made it a little difficult to get off and on. The sites are all concrete with patio pad attached. The roads are asphalt and in excellent condition. The park is neat and well maintained. The water hookup is inside a meter box but was fairly easy to hook-up. The hosts are friendly. This park is great if you need to be in Tulsa. We will definitely stay here again if we need to be in the area.
Nightly rate reflects KOA membership rate. Nice clean facilities. Since our stay was toward the end of the season we had our pick of sites, but also meant the store was very bare. We were able to order dinner which was welcome after a long day of driving and it was delivered to our site. Close to Meramec Caverns. We stayed there one night. Would stay there again.
Rate reflects KOA discount. Easy to get to, shady, gravel, level sites. Sites with picnic tables and fire-rings and some sites have brick patios. Also have several cabins and tent sites. Nice pool. Restaurant located on grounds for breakfast and dinner. Review in KOA book mentions “Free Continental Breakfast”, but only $2 discount on breakfast provided. Several noisy burros located in pen close to the sites. Hostess friendly and helpful. Would stay there again.
Rate reflects KOA discount. Park is located right beside I-55 so there is some traffic noise. You exit I-55 then drive several miles on a poorly maintained local road. Camp sites are level and gravel. Each site has a picnic table and fire-ring. Even though the have big rig access, noticed a 5th wheel pulled by a large truck experiencing problems pulling into their site (the back end of the 5th wheel and the front end of the truck stuck out into the road about a foot or so). One TT was being worked on at the site and the work was very noisy. Host was friendly. We would not stay there again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Well maintained lawns, sites with concrete slabs and concrete patios with picnic tables. Hostess friendly and helpful. Not within walking distance of shopping or entertainment (we are not towing at this time). Connected with RV sales/service, but were not bothered by sales people. Close to TX Hwy 67, but traffic noises did not bother us. Would stay again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Level, non-paved sites. Spent one night while driving through. Friendly, helpful staff. Would stay again for one night only since we do not tow and this park is not within walking distance of shopping or restaurants.
Rate reflects KOA discount. Level, non-paved sites. Large park with some permanent residents. Lake with rental paddle boats. Ducks walking around. Spent one night while driving through. Friendly, helpful staff. Would stay again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Unlevel, non-paved sites. Interior roads slightly narrow, saw one big rig with tow having trouble getting into a site. Spent one night while driving through. Advertised as having "cleanest restrooms in Missouri" (may be due to hostess only giving code to restroom if you ask for it). Would stay again for one night only since we don't tow and are not within walking distance of anything.
Rate reflects military rate. Level, paved sites. Interior roads paved, but slightly narrow, saw one big rig having trouble getting into site. With-in walking distance of shopping and Noble Roman's pizza. Across base from BX/Commissary complex. Friendly/helpful staff. Would stay again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Level, non-paved sites. Interior roads slightly narrow, saw one big rig having trouble getting into site. With-in walking distance of some shopping and restaurants. Spent one night while driving through. Friendly/helpful staff. Would stay again.
Rate reflected Passport America discount. Stayed one night on way through Amarillo. Park clean, well organized. Sites flat, many sites with small trees, picnic tables. Close to several amenities, water park across street. Would stay there again.
Stayed one night on way to Albuquerque (wind was very strong). Host friendly and somewhat helpful. Sites gravel, but level and wide. No shade. Continental breakfast served. Dinner cooked to order (extra cost). Roaming cats. Would not stay again because of location and if not towing, no rental cars available. Nothing within walking distance.
Rate is military discount. Wide, level, gravel sites: some sites have concrete pads. They also have overflow camping with only water. Some sites with picnic tables. Quiet even though it is an Air Force base and on the approach to Albuquerque Airport. Would stay here again.
Gravel sites, no concrete patios. Wide sites, street lights, fire hydrants appropriately placed throughout park. Even though they do not have large shade trees, there are trees throughout the park. Staff very friendly and wonderfully helpful. Made arrangements to go to Grand Canyon on the train through the park and they shuttled us to the depot and picked us up. Each time the train goes by the park, they are out there ringing a bell and waving. They have a breakfast every morning and this summer are opening a grill at the site. Would definitely stay there again and recommend it to anyone visiting the Grand Canyon area.
Nice park on hill with nice view. Gravel sites with concrete patios. Resort hosts are very friendly and helpful. Sites separated by 8 ft high bushes. On Historic Route 66. Stayed here several nights while sight-seeing along Route 66 and London Bridge. Would stay here again.
Read other reviews, but decided to give them a try. The park is in an urban setting. Park has new managers and were very helpful and working hard to update park. Stayed several days while sight-seeing and driving Route 66. This park is an older, established, gated park. Sites are more narrow than newer parks and not paved, but they do have concrete patios.
Very nice park. Nicely laid out. Concrete pads and patios. Friendly, helpful staff. Gated campground. Nice grounds to walk around. Small lake and pond, fire ring area. Activities offered and morning coffee provided daily. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Would stay again.
Older established park in the older part of Apache Junction. Stayed three nights while sight-seeing in area. Clean, well maintained. Friendly staff. Concrete patio but site is gravel. Would stay here again.
We stayed here for the 4th of July weekend. Reserved four nights, received 5th free. We were in the "B" section, but still had a good site. The numbering was a little confusing. Even though the weather was not very good for camping, the park had excellent activities planned. The facilities were clean and good shape. Two pools, one indoors. Our entire family (16) was in attendance for several hours one day and we had 4 grandsons under 7 who had good a time. This park would be considered a "resort." We would stay here again, especially with children.
Stayed here for 5 days/4 nights with two grandsons ages 6 & 7. The park has no facilities/activities for children. Our grandsons took their bikes and scooters, so they kept themselves occupied, but the only paved areas were around the office and bath house and laundry buildings. We arrived after hours so no attendant on premises, but we had been in touch with him several times during the day (we had never been in that area and thought we were lost several times). We tested three sites before we found one with electricity and it was 50 amps (our TT is 30 amps). We plugged into a 15-amp receptacle. The next day when the attendant arrived, we were loaned a 50 amp adapter. The website requires updating, but the park is clean. It is definitely not what we consider a "resort". The attendant was friendly and helpful. He provided us with information on the surrounding area and we enjoyed the time we spent there. We would stay again, if it still there in the future.