The entrance is directly across from Majestic Oaks. Emerald Pointe is 100% site owner owned. To rent a site you deal directly with the lot (site) owner. The office has a listing of available sites or you can do so with the web site. Park is very clean, people friendly, and more than enough activities. Would highly recommend if you desire an extended stay.
Belle Parc is located in the small city of Brooksville. Some consider this old Florida. The campground is north of the city about 5 miles. Park has many positives, nice club house, new pool, lots of activities and great people staying there. Negatives include lots of dust from the dirt roads. This causes frequent washing of RV and cars & tracking dirt into the unit. Sewer system is not functional and requires RV owners to dump on odd or even days. No cable requires RVers to use antenna for local stations or get a satellite dish. Local digital stations come in and out, so sometimes stations are not working. Like others we are accessing future stays on owners fixing these infrastructure issues.
This campground is excellent for one night stop overs, since it is adjacent to -I95. Provisions are on exit north of the campground. Some of the sites can be a little tight. Many sites had standing water due to heavy rain. This can be an issue since water hook up in below grade. Campground looks like it has a nice pool. Would stay here again.
This campground remains one of the better ones we have stayed in over the years. It is close to the interstate. Sites and campground are immaculate. Grass is edged around concrete pad and patio. Campground provides separate water for washing tow vehicle and RV. GPS routed us to campground. Main sign (at road) for the campground is a bit difficult to read as you are driving up to it. Would stay here in the future.
We've used this campground for a number of years. Although it is on a remote road south of Charlottesville, it remains the most convenient, with the highest rating for the area. Owners continue to make improvements. This year it they worked on access of sites that had difficulty getting into or out of them. Our favorite #16 can now be a pull through versus a pull in and back out (due to large trailer). Big ticket items like a pool upgrade need to be done. Wi-Fi was very strong. Picture quality of cable good. Verizon still has not added signal strength to their system.
This campground is located just west of Gettysburg. The park is located in a wooded area. Most sites are back-ins for units less than 30 feet + tow vehicles. Depending on site location roads meander through trees closely adjacent to roads. We have stayed at this campground many times. It still remains our highest rated for the area. Have seen a significant decline to Wi-Fi performance from previous trips. With the campground nearly empty there were 1-2 bars and very slow. Almost to a point of being unusable at times. Still recommend for visiting the area.
We too were put on one of those lovely full hook up pull throughs which accommodate an RV from both directions. Being a week day the second was not being used so privacy was not an issue. The real issue with these sites, which are new, is that the electrical disconnect is in the middle of the site. Our site appeared to be about 65 feet long. Most fifth wheel trailers have the electric hook up on the trailer rear corner. 50 A cords are around 20 feet in length. Bottom line is you can not put a trailer on these sites and plug in without an extension cord. In our case eliminating use of 50A. Trailer would have to be in the middle of the site eliminating tow vehicle parking. What were they thinking?? They added twice the number of sites but made them less functional.
Campground is close to most things is the area. Host was friendly and helpful. Due to hot weather, the campground does not look as nice as we have seen here in many years ago. Would have rated an 8 if they did not limit free usage of the internet to 1/2 hour per day. Seems a bit cheap of owner when you consider most campgrounds in this price range have no time limit. Rating beyond an 8 seems high considering no pool and other amenities. Will return in the future.
This is a rural version of most KOAs. It works for a one night stay. There are not a lot of campgrounds in this part of Illinois. It is best to come in from I-80 versus 39. Campground is situated great distances from the nearest city so there is almost no digital TV reception. Owners are very aware of the lack of reception. Most campgrounds in similar situation would put in their own system. Some of the roads within the campground can be tight for a large rig. Our site was very level with good electric and water.
As many have noted the rules are tailored for adults. The campground is close to but far enough from the craziness of the Dells. Worked for us. Campground is designed with sites in a circle. At first blush it seems strange. It really makes getting into and out of sites very easy. Would highly recommend as a place for older folks to stay is passing through the area.
This is a very nice campground. Well maintained, with helpful staff. Most sites are easy in and out. We used the campground as a stop over for one night. Bit far from I-94. Would recommend to others who want to check out St. Cloud.
This campground is ideal for a stop over if traveling along I94. It is a well maintained older campground. Our site was level and easy access. Electric was good. Cable limited to primarily local stations. Would recommend for short stays. Not sure local area makes it s destination.
If you are visiting Teddy Roosevelt National Park you basically have two privately owned campgrounds to select from. Both are comparable. Owners were helpful with getting you into your site. Cable, Electric worked fine. Wi-Fi dropped out after our first day. Campground could use some cleaning up. Our site have high weeds and a couple of abandoned old grills. As I often say, "Just Renting not Buying the site".
If visiting Glacier National Park this area is ideal for your visit. This KOA is 3 miles from the park entrance. In general this is a great campground. Sites are well designed and maintained. Sites are even spruced up after a guest vacates. One of the nicest KOAs we have stayed at. During our visit, a hostess comes around checking on our visit and will deliver fire wood and ice. The only downside of this campground is the check in desk. Personnel could use a course on how to be helpful and courtliness. Twice, when doing business at the desk, minutes of time went by while I looked at them busily doing work. They would not even look us and say, hello will be with you soon. My presence was just ignored. After checking in and paying I had to ask for directions to my site. I was treated like I should have known how to go through the park. About a third of the time the Wi-Fi did not connect to the internet. You connect to the server but the server never connects to the internet. As nice as this campground is, I’m not sure we would return.
This campground is near I-90, malls and restaurants. Layout of the campground is a bit funky. You pull down the road and check in. In most cases you will have to go through the campground, turn yourself around and go back to where they put day campers. Campground looks a bit tired. Would use if traveling through the area.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at in our 25+ years of RVing. The entire park is designed for large RVs, Roads are wide, pull-through sites have widened skirts, utilities are in a good location. Only thing lacking is a pool. With the temperature swings in this area it is understandable why one was not put in the park. Staff are some of the best we have run into. Would highly recommend this campground.
We stopped at this campground on our way west. It is a great find. This is one of the best maintained campgrounds we have stayed at during our travels. Price represents a full hook up, pull through. All pull through sites have have a picnic table, swing and charcoal grill. Most pull through sites have easy access in and out. WiFi has excellent signal strength. Will definitely stay at this campground if returning to this area.
This campground is a BIG BUCKS place to stay. As they expression goes you are paying for Location, Location, Location. Park is conveniently located to points of interest. Our first night here they put us on a site that was ideal for a pop up, not a big rig. Remainder of our stay on a Deluxe site. Sites through out park are small and tight. The rating one would give this campground would depend of what section of the park you stayed at and the site. There are sections of the park where campers are packed in like ants on a sugar pile. Deluxe sites are the ones that have cable. Digital TV over the air is not existent due to the high hills surrounding the park. If traveling with children this campground have lots of activities. Many have fees tied to them. There is a large staff at this park. Some are friendly while others are not. Campground has large number if Wi-Fi antenna which make for a good service.
If visiting the Wall area and the Badlands this is the best campground for your stay. It is convenient to both attractions. Sleepy Hollow has all pull-through sites which can accommodate larger RVs. Staff very friendly and helpful. Electric and water within specs. Only downside to this campground is the size of the swimming pool, very small. Almost seems like a large spa tub. Would stay here if returning to the area.
This campground is very good for a one night stop over. It is not a destination campground. Campground is located between I90 and the airport. Easy access from the interstate. Our pull thru site (and ones around us) was short and required unhooking. Sites are gravel. The area where we stayed lacked trees. Bit hot when it is 100+. Staff in office friendly and helpful. Would have rated a 5 if the cable network did not have problems. All digital stations had a weak signal and broke up frequently. Would consider staying here again if traveling through the area.
We used this campground for a two day stop over while traveling west. The campground is convenient to I-80. All sites are pull through and are reasonably level. Our site had good voltage and water pressure. Sites and roads are gravel. Campground has a nice pool and play area for families with kids. I would have given it a "9" rating if cable were available. Would stay here if traveling through the area.
This is an older campground that is gradually improving with time. Roads are tight for larger RVs. Road into the campground is one car wide and has limited pull over areas to accommodate oncoming traffic. Very poor signage on the main road. Some serious hedge trimming would make the campground sign noticeable from a distance. Sites are level. Some sites have blocked access if the campground is full. WiFi on the sites is poor at best. Good signal at the office. Hope the owners continue to make improvements. Campground has potential.
This campground was a very pleasant surprise. It was very clean, staff was friendly and helpful. We had a pull through, which was level and quite long. Pool looked well maintained and inviting. If visiting or passing through the area we will definitely stay at this campground.
This campground seems to make gradual improvements each year. This past year the Wi-Fi has been upgraded. Signal strength and availability is excellent (campground 1/3 full). A number of sites need tree removal to improve their access. Bathrooms are clean, but could use some updating. Will likely return if returning to the area.
This campground is a mixed bag when rating it. Overall the campground is well maintained and ascetically pleasing. The sites range from level and easy to maneuver in and out, others which are very unlevel. One trailer, near our site required six inch blocks under the tires to gain level. Our site was a level pull through which has a large tree preventing pulling a large trailer out of the site. Concrete pads sites would be an option if the cost wasn’t so high. As previously noted the roads are a bit tight. There are over 100 cable stations. Electric and water pressure are good. Location is ideal for touring the local attractions. Would consider staying here again after looking at other area campgrounds.
The Smithfield KOA is less than a mile from I95, making it great for an over night stay. As previously reviewed roads and sites are a bit tight for larger RVs. Our site was level and easy to set up the RV. Voltage at our site was 120VAC. Would consider staying at this campground for one night stay.
We stayed at Red Gate RV Park while visiting Savannah. Our site number was assigned when we called to make our reservation. Upon arrival we went directly to the site and settled up with the manager later in the day. Their check in procedure is different from any campground we have visited, but it works. At first blush the campground seems very basic, primarily due to the location of the facilities which are away from the primary camp area. It does however have showers, exercise room, club house and pool. Line voltage at our site ranged between 115-120 VAC. Old Town Trolley picked us up at our site and returned us at the end of the day. The trolley is a great way to see Savannah. Campground manager gave us a discount ticket for the trolley. Nearby train tracks are used at night quite frequently. Running the AC fan provided enough white noise to mask out the trains. Campground is well maintained and facilities well marked. Will definitely return if visiting the Savannah area.
This KOA is conveniently located near the I-95 exit. The campground is ideal for a one night visit. For extended stays it is a bit rough. Sites and roads need gravel which would reduce dirt & debris from getting in trailer and improve the surface. It has been years since the owners have done any capital improvements. Sites range from very rough to moderately acceptable. Some sites have a concrete patio which is small and not near where the RV door would be if parked. Workers are friendly and very helpful. Not sure we would stay again.
We spent 2 months this winter at Belle Parc. The rate represents that length of stay. Since our last stay the owners have completed the pool, hot tub and shuffle board section of the park. Park management was extremely friendly and helpful. Fellow campers are the friendliest people we have met. There are plenty of activities for all interest. Free WiFi is provided by the park through Tengo internet. Planned improvements to the park this year are town sewer connection, cable and paving of the roads. A second section that will initially be park models and RVs is also planned. Competition of this section isn’t known by the author. We will definitely return in the future.
There are three sections to this campground; regular, canal, and super sites. The canal sites are primarily seasonal park models. Regular sites are short and have either grass sites (parking on grass) with a concrete patio or full concrete parking with integral patio. Super sites have long concrete parking and patio. An RV storage area, maintenance shed, and overflow parking are between regular and super sites. Regular sites would be rated a 6 while the super sites a 9 rating. Overall I gave the park an 8 rating due to the general appearance of the campground, responsiveness management to infrastructure issues , lack of landscaping, and the marginal internet network. Early in our month stay the internet Wi-Fi (at our site) worked very little. New Wi-Fi antenna improved the internet access. All activities at the park are coordinated and funded by a residents' association through small fees or raffles. Residents staying at the park are very friendly and welcoming. As previously mentioned by other reviewers the campground is convenient to most points of interest. Rate does not include cost for electric & water. We will likely return.
I agree with others as to how nice this park is. Unfortunately it is a park in transition. As they say it has good bones. There are three sections in this park; Town Park (Mostly Seasonal/Owned Sites), Preserve Estates (Class A Only), and Village Park (Rental Sites and Owned Sites (new this year). It is clear that the owners are struggling with the economy and maintenance. Pool is showing its age needs some work. Roads are narrow and challenging to pull a large trailer through. Road we were on had several seasonal campers who had junk out to the road edge. The campground has a lack of rules or standards on seasonal/owner sites. Lots of junk and tacky decorations. Not likely we will return.
This is an excellent campground. Sites all have concrete pads and landscaping. Utilities are located where all RVs will have easy access. WiFi and cable TV have strong signals. Staff is friendly and assist with suggestions for the area. We will definitely return.
Stayed at the RV Resort on our way south. Years ago we checked the campground out and were not impressed. Today I can say it is one of the better campgrounds we have stayed at. Nice sites, cable TV, pool and club house. Bathrooms were very clean and maintained. Good access from I-95. Plenty of signs guiding you into the campground. Will definitely be one of our stop overs going north and south.
If traveling in the Cape Cod area of Massachusetts this is a good camp ground. Sites are level and campground has good amenities. Office staff friendly and helpful. Location close to Bourne Bridge, making it an easy drive onto the cape. Wi-Fi is marginal and often takes many attempts to get a good connection. Cable TV channels are limited. If traveling with kids this campground has many planned activities. Would definitely return.
Stayed one night as a stop over and visit to LL Bean in Freeport. Campground is under new owners for approximately 8 weeks. Campground has great potential. Owners are in the process of adding Wi-Fi. Other upgrades are planned. Rating would have been a 6-7 if cable and Wi-Fi were available. Staff and owners very friendly and welcoming. Good campground if passing through the area. Would stay here again if in the area.
Location, Location is what brought us to this campground. We stayed on one of their premium sites, which cost more money. It was to be a big rig, pull-through site. This particular site had a large tree in the way which caused us to back out. Campground seem tired. Sites need gravel and dressing up. Floors in bathroom were painted and peeling. Wi-Fi is extra $$. For the money I would expect a better campground. Would check out other campgrounds if returning to this area.
We used this campground as a one night stop over. It's location is ideal for heading into New England and timing your trip around Boston. This is an older campground that is mostly filled with seasonal campers. Campground is well maintained but needs updating. For the price one would expect cable TV. We will use this campground for future stop overs.
We stayed here for a single night while traveling. Campground is aged and well maintained. Pull through sites worked very well. Wi-Fi was strong. Access off the interstate 81 was easy and well marked. Will definitely stay here again when traveling through area.
As many people have noted in the past the pull through sites are narrow and short in length. Site we occupied was level side to side and front to back. Campground was clean and well maintained. Staff was friendly and helpful. Would consider staying here is in the area.
Campground has good level sites. Roads are gravel. Staff is very friendly and helpful. WiFi is poor at best. On a good day, when you can connect, it is like a 100 people going through a dial up modem. WiFi at office is good however. BEWARE OF GPS. Ours tried to take us through a residential area across the main highway from the campground. Would consider returning if in the area.
We used this campground for a one night stop over. This campground was a very pleasant surprise. Sites were level, campground was well maintained, Wi-Fi very strong. This would be a great campground for families with young kids. It truly could be a destination for young families. For us it's a great place for one night stop overs. Only negative is the entrance road into the campground. It is tight for a big rig and needs repair. Price represents senior discount on a week day and contains all taxes. We'll definitely return.
A number of improvements has been done since our last stay at this campground. Most notable is they have added cable TV. Other improvements are more maintenance based like clearing out trees and new gravel on sites and roads. Owners are trying to get cell phone providers to improve service. Campground still uses Hughes Net for internet. Which is slightly better than shared dial up.
There are many positive aspects to this campground. We stayed for one night on one of their premium sites. The site was not level side to side or front to back. It still required unhooking. Trailer sank into the grave at least 2 inches while sitting there. Appeared to be fresh gravel. Campground has many activities for kids. Some of the roads in the campground can not be taken with a fifth wheel due to the crown in the road. Fifth wheel Owners Beware of the roads between campground and interstate. The intersection of Pearl Lane and Browder Road has a crown which will cause the trailer to hit the bed rail. No way around it with a fixed position hitch. I run with 5" of clearance and had a major hit.
We stayed at this campground as a one night stay or stop over. It is an old KOA campground that is now a Good Sam park. It is well maintained and has not been up graded over the last decade. The campground location is close to the interstate. The site we had was to have been one where you could stay hooked up. We had to disconnect due to a 6 inch drop in the site (front to back). Other sites did not have this problem. The internet seems to be limited to a fixed number of users. Once you get logged on it works OK. This campground is not a destination. It is good for a stop over or short stay. We would return if passing through the area.
Ascetically this is one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed at over our years of camping. Had we visited the campground in the prime of summer many of our issues could have been over looked. Being here for a month in colder weather the activities offered by the campground are of higher importance. Unfortunately has almost no activities, no exercise room etc. Primary activity is weekend breakfast $$. Internet is spotty at best. Had to find a sweat spot in the trailer in order to connect up. During the week electric reads 115 volts AC. On weekends, when park if full, it drops down to 111 volts AC. If passing through the area I would consider staying here. Would have to read reviews after the park expansion is complete to see if electrical and internet issues improved.
Belle Parc is well on the way to getting a rating of 9. The park is three years old and has been a work in process for that period of time. Just this past week the pool and hot tub were completed. Other amenities include a exercise room, meeting room, library, and 2 laundries. Near-term projects include paving roads, sites and cable. Price represents monthly fee without taxes and electric. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We will definitely return.
This is our third time staying at this campground in 2 years. My previous rating remains the same. Has two annoying issues that were present previously, but overlooked because of good weather. This trip it was cold and rainy. The internet is beyond slow. It took 8 minutes to transfer one page of information. Gave up and put the computer away. Second issue were the TV stations brought in by their direct TV satellite. They selected NYC for their local stations. News and most of all weather had nothing to do with Watkins Glen. Also no NBC stations.
One of the better campgrounds in New York. Campground is clean and well maintained. Utilities are located midway on the sites in a location where no extra length hoses or lines are required. WiFi has good strength. Price represents Good Sam discount.
This KOA is one of the better ones we have stayed at. We camped in the premium section. Sites were large, level and easy to get into and out of. Staff was friendly and helpful. Campground has three different sections. Front section has close small sites (initial section of the campground when it was built. Middle section has slightly larger sites and the newest section premium) which is resort like. Price represents discount.
We have been coming to Lake George RV Park on and off for 20 years. For us it brings the joy of visiting grandma's house. The RV Park is one of the few campgrounds we have visited that can truly be a destination. My rating would have been a 10 is the sites were upgraded a bit. Many need refreshing of gravel (where the RV sits). This would help reduce the dirt and debris that gets into the RV. Price represents the off season rate. WiFi is now included in the site fee.
We've been coming to this campground for 20 years on and off. Over this time period we have seen no changes in the campground, either positive or negative. General maintenance is kept up but no improvements. During our last visit two years ago they were building a decorative fountain at the entrance. Two years later it still is not done. Owners states that there are plans for a new office, store, snack bar and new pool. At this rate we will be out of camping before we see these improvements. Having a big rig the roads are narrow and few sites can handle a trailer our size. Price represents off season rate. Normal rate is high for 30A and no cable. It will be a few more years before we return.
If you want to visit the Holmes County area of Ohio and don't need all the amenities Scenic Hills is a good option. Campground has angled back ins and pull through sites. Both available with grass or gravel. Campground location is in the central part of the county. Pulling out on Rt 39 is a challenge with all the tourist traffic. Our site was a bit unlevel. Wi-Fi was strong and part of the site fee.
We rented one of the Deluxe sites with concrete patio. If in the Louisville area this campground is a good find. Wi-Fi is strong, site easy to set up. Staff is helpful and campground provides escort to the site. At this price cable should be available. If in the area we would likely stay here.
Cave Country RV is a great place to stay if you visit this part of Kentucky. All the sites are pull through, and big rig friendly. Owner is extremely helpful and friendly. Sites are level, WiFi has a strong single, and nice landscaping. Park is 4 years old. Will definitely stay here if we pass through this part of the country.
Second time we have stayed at the Westfield KOA. Both times we have used it for a one night stop over. Campground is easy to get to from I-90. Pull through sites vary quite a bit. Campground roads can be tight if there are a lot of people camping. Some of the sites lack gravel, forcing you to go over the grass to get out. If wet, you sink in. WiFi was good. Work Kamper staff guide you to the site. Will use for a stop over in the future.
One of the best maintained KOAs we have been stayed. All the work campers we met during our visit we extremely helpful and friendly. One even delivered a cherry pie to our trailer. Neighbor had awning blow off while away. Staff came right over and worked on trailer. We stayed in an area with pull through sites. Site we were on was very tight for the trailer and truck (both had to be on concrete drive). Roads are very tight. WiFi was strong and we had good cell phone signal. Would stay here again if in the area.
Used this campground as a one night stop over. Campground is an older one with minimal upgrades since it was built. Sites need some serious improvements. Heavy rain prior to our visit made the campground very mushy. Sites lack gravel and trailers can easily sink into the ground. Campground is fairly typical for Canada and older KOAs.
Used this campground as a one night stop. Pull through sites are level, big rig friendly and easy to get into and out. Water had a bad odor and poor taste. Had to go to store and buy bottled water. Staff was friendly. Would use as a stop over again.
Pine Ridge was a pleasant surprise for the campground and location. Most sites are pull through and big rig friendly. Entrance is a bit confusing. Best advice do not go past stop sign before checking in. Campground was quiet, close to Frankenmuth and outlets. Staff can be a bit unfriendly. Would stay here again if in the area.
We stayed in the new section that contains deluxe sites. Sites are big rig friendly with concrete drive and patio. Price represents prepaid discounts and off season rates. If Virginia Beach (VB) is your destination, these are the best campsites in the area. Navy jets are noisy in this area of VB. Campground is well maintained. Older section looks to be less big rig friendly. If we return to this area we would stay here.
Wilmington KOA is a mixed bag when rating. This was our third time here. Site we were on this trip was a real sand pit. Little to no gravel on site. Price was much higher than previous visits. US 17 makes getting in and out of the campground a real challenge. Staff is helpful and campground is well maintained except for capital improvements.
One of the worse campgrounds we have ever stayed at. Campground is a very, very old campground with lipstick updates. Several new pull through sites adjacent to old trailers with dumpy trailers on them and owners with old noisy pick up trucks. Best quality of this campground is that is is easy to I-40.
This was our second visit to this campground. The back section has paved pull through sites that are big rig friendly. Campground is a good value for the money. Has easy access to the main highway with a traffic light. Staff is friendly and helpful. Would stay at this campground in the future.
This campground is older and has some serious needs for work on the sites. We reserved a site which has 50A electric and length. After three attempts to put the trailer on the site we ended up moving to a level 30A site. There are very few level sites. My recommendation is to walk to the site you are renting prior to completing your business at the reservations desk. Cable TV and WiFi are good. Roads into and out of the campground are narrow. Road in, is one way. Poorly marked however. If we came back to this area we would seriously look at another campground.
We used this campground for a one night stopover. It is an older campground which appears to be very well cared for. Owners are very helpful. Road off the main highway has a very hard right hand turn. Wide turn works. Back of campground backs up to I-64. To our surprise the road noise was not apparent in our trailer. WiFi was good and digital TV signal (over air) was good.
This is our second visit to this area and campground. Like most campgrounds there a wide variety of site quality. We stayed on site 16 which was level and had 50A service. Cell phone signal was non-existent. Campground is surrounded by mountains. Did not use WiFi since I knew they have a satellite internet connection. Staff very friendly and helpful. Best and only campground in the area.
We have stayed here several times now and use it for one night stopovers. There are several sites that allow big rigs to stay hooked up with all the services. This campground is nicely wooded. People working the reservations desk are friendly and helpful. They take you to your site and are willing to help you get situated on the site. WiFi worked very well with a strong signal. Best advice is to follow instructions to get to the campground. Do Not use GPS.