An older campground, filled mostly by full time residents. Many older, run down trailers. Accommodates big rigs. WiFi is $1.00/night extra and a pain to deal with. Works sometimes and sometimes not. Propane sales on site. Small store with basic necessities. 24 hour laundry, reasonably priced. Local TV access only, no cable, or satellite. Nothing for the kids. A decent overnight stay. New Camping World and shopping available about 10-15 miles, south on I-5.
I have been staying here monthly, for about 4 months. The sites are fairly close together. The park is well maintained. Prices are competitive. Office has a small store with very few items. There is a T/A truck stop on the same road, for any must have items. A new Camping World is just up the road, to be opened Spring of 2014. Propane sales on site. Very friendly staff. Fills up rather quickly during football season, UofO Ducks. Great over night campground.
Stayed here for 2 nights. Campground is built into a hill and all gravel. I camped in a motorhome, but brought my motorcycle in a trailer. Hills, gravel, and motorcycles are not a good mix. sites are close together, not very level and roads are not identified. Small campground, but still needed to make a couple of passes to find the correct site number. People are friendly. Campground could use some upgrades. Level sites, repair sewer ground connectors, and WI-FI would be a nice addition.
Stayed here for two nights while heading east. Convenient location just off the freeway. The owner is friendly and quite talkative. I didn't look around much. All the sites are gravel with some just having fresh gravel added. Not good for my Motorcycle. Cable TV is awesome. There were over 50 channels which is more than most campgrounds. The TV was welcomed. Little Bighorn Battleground is 20 minutes down the road. The office was cluttered, but wasn't an issue to me. Everything you need except a pool. I would stay here again.
I am currently staying here for 1 month. The campground is clean, quiet with level, paved sites. Pool, and hot tub. Cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Gas and propane in the area. Management team is very friendly. Has a place to wash cars/RV's, no extra charge, a plus in my book. Most sites able to accommodate 40' rigs. I am leaving for the east next week, but will strong consider returning, for the fall.
First time here. All we can say is "Wow! We will be back." This park is only about 4 years old, and they did it right. All sites are concrete. Many large pull through's to accommodate the largest rigs and tow vehicles. Very well landscaped grounds. Personal showers, including toilet and sink. Handicap accessible. Nice pool and hot tub, with "Adult's Only" times. If you like casino play, you can get a 10% discount on the stay, with a players card. Total cost came to $29.70 per night. Has 24-hour shuttle service to the casino and stores within-in reason, including the local golf course. Very friendly staff. Very secure, quiet location. An RVer's dream.
Although the park wasn't manned during the week, prior to the regular season not yet started, the campground was fairly full. Easy self registration and accessibility to open camp sites. Close to a state highway, but not noisy. Sites were fairly level. Campground was clean, considering campers must monitor their own cleanliness.
I have camped here many times, through the years. The owners are friendly, camping oriented people. Without a doubt, the best campground for adults, in the greater Dells area. Most campsites are pull through and big-rig friendly. There is lots of shade available. Super Wal-Mart is about a half mile away. It's close to all the activities, yet surprisingly quiet.
We stayed for three nights. When we registered, we requested a oceanfront site. They were unable to give us the same site for all three days, but they did make that happen; 1 night in one site, two nights in another. The campground is secured by an entry gate and kept clean. They promoted WiFi access, but the system was down, during our stay. While it is the closest campground to the city of Victoria, that distance is via water ferry. That can be quite costly, if that is your preferred transportation. The buses do not loop, and transportation can be a hassle, if you don't have your own. The closest feasible bus stop is about 6 blocks away, up a hill. There is an on-site coffee shop/restaurant. The view is spectacular. We were rewarded with seaplanes landing and taking off, on a regular basis, cruise ships arrivals, otters and various bird life, and the usual personal boat sightings. Very entertaining. Reservations were made on line and simple. We received confirmation, almost immediately. We will return.