Our packed gravel pull-thru was mostly level and long enough for our 40 ft RV and toad. Sites are narrow but wide enough for our slides. Staff were friendly. Campground overall is mostly clean and well maintained but there was some concrete debris and trash in our campsite. Good cable TV with a reasonable number of channels. No trees big enough to block our satellite dish. Good Verizon signal. Ridiculously long password for Wi-Fi. Traffic noise level was okay but a loading area for the railroad across the street was busy and loud our first night.
Our packed gravel pull-thru site was mostly level and more than long enough for our 40 ft motor home and toad. The campground was reasonably clean and well maintained although dumpster was full. Cable TV was fuzzy but there were no trees to block our satellite dish. Good Verizon signal. Although next to the interstate traffic noise was acceptable but the campground is right on the flight path of the local Air Force base runway. Relatively easy on and off the interstate. Good place for an overnight stay.
Our back-in concrete pad was level and had a parking area for our toad. The park is older and a little shabby around the edges but clean and well maintained. Mostly permanent residents but RVs were in good repair and all sites were relatively clean and kept-up. The owner was friendly and helpful. No cable TV (owner says he is in dispute with Time-Warner). Owner put us on a site we could access satellite TV but most sites are blocked by trees. Good Verizon signal. Campground is next to the interstate and the noise level is high at all hours of the day.
Our packed gravel pull-thru was a bit unlevel but more than long enough for our 40 ft RV and toad. Space between sites was average. No trees near our site to block our satellite dish but most other sites would have a problem. Large selection of cable channels if you're blocked. Good Verizon signal. What we saw of the campground was reasonably clean but a bit dated and tired. We did not check out the advertised attractions (cave, go-carts, etc) but it was good for an overnight stay.
Our packed-gravel pull-through site was level, wide, and long enough for our 40 foot motor home and toad. No trees blocked our satellite dish. Great Wi-Fi. Good Verizon signal. Cable TV has 30 channels. Campground is clean and well-maintained. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Our price reflects 20% return visitor discount. We would stay here again.
Our packed gravel pull-through site was moderately unlevel, mostly front to back, and just long enough for our 40 foot motor home and toad. Sewer connection was placed inconveniently far to the rear; our 25 ft hose could not reach it. Our section was mostly treeless, so good satellite signal. Adequate Wi-Fi when we used our booster. Adequate Verizon signal. Campground was clean and well-maintained. Staff was reasonably friendly and helpful. Probably busy in the summer with families. Had several playgrounds but none in our area. Located several miles off I-81. Road to and from campground is narrow and twisting but with good signage.
Our packed gravel pull-through site was wide, level, and more than long enough for our 40 foot motor home and toad. No trees in our section to block satellite. Adequate Wi-Fi. Adequate Verizon signal. Cable TV is local channels only. Park is clean and well-maintained. Friendly and helpful staff. Good destination park for families with children. Has many playgrounds and a water park. We were here off-season but is probably very busy during the summer. Our rate reflects off-season and senior discount. We would come here again.
Our pull through site was wide and more than long enough for our 40 ft motor home and toad. All hookups are side by side. Sites are grass and somewhat unlevel mostly front to rear. Trash pickup daily at site. Adequate Wi-Fi although slow when the park is busy. Good Verizon signal. Satellite is blocked by trees at some sites. Good cable, $2 extra/day. Owners were friendly and helpful. Lots to see and do in the area. Our daily rate reflects off-season rates. Our favorite campground in Massachusetts.
Our gravel pull-through site was level, wide and long enough for our 40 foot MH and toad. Sites were spaced well apart. Park consists mostly of seasonals but there are at least two areas for transients. The park was clean and well maintained. No trees to block our satellite TV and there was an adequate Verizon signal. Check-in person was indifferent and brusque. Did not use Wi-Fi as they were charging $5/day. Would stay here again if we needed to be in the area.
Our paved pull-through site was level and just long enough for our 40 foot motorhome and toad. There was adequate spacing between sites. Internal roads were gravel and a bit dusty. Friendly staff. Park was clean and well-kept up. Good WiFi, adequate Verizon signal. There were no trees in our area to block our satellite TV. The park does not take credit cards and price reflects a weekly rate. We would stay here again.
Our gravel pull-through site was reasonably level and just long and wide enough for our 40 foot motorhome and toad. Internal roads are gravel, bumpy and dusty. Entrance is narrow with a tight turn. Our site had been used as a pet walking area at least a couple of times and had not been cleaned up. Adequate WiFi. Adequate Verizon signal. There were some trees but none that blocked our satellite dish.
Our paved pull-through site was level, wide and long enough for our 40 foot motorhome and toad. Good spacing between sites. Very clean and well kept up. Friendly staff. Good WiFi but did drop out occasionally, adequate Verizon signal. Some trees but most were small and none blocked our satellite TV. One of the best and most reasonably priced KOA's we've stayed at. We would stay here again.
Our gravel pull-through site was very long, level and wide enough to put out our slides. The park was reasonably clean and well-kept up with friendly staff that escorted us to our site. Adequate WiFi and adequate Verizon signal. Some trees but none that blocked our satellite TV. Close to the interstate but reasonably quiet. We would stay here again.
Our grass pull-through site was a bit unlevel but reasonably wide and long enough for our 40 foot motorhome and toad. Our site was right next to the road with noticeable traffic noise. Friendly staff with escort to site. Park was reasonably clean and well kept-up. Adequate WiFi. Adequate Verizon signal. Lots of trees but none at our site to block our satellite TV which was good because cable was fuzzy. Overpriced for a W+E site but it was a holiday weekend with a big local football game and all other campgrounds were full.
Our gravel pull-through site was a bit unlevel and a bit narrow but wide enough to put out our slides and long enough to fit our 40 foot motorhome and toad. The park was reasonably clean and well-kept up. Friendly staff. Adequate WiFi. Adequate Verizon signal. There are trees but none that blocked our satellite TV, however that was chance. Although close to the interstate noise level was tolerable. We would stay here again.
Our grass pull-through site was reasonably level, wide and long enough for our 40 foot motor home and toad. Internal roads are gravel with frequent speed bumps. There were trees but none in our area to block our satellite TV. Adequate WiFi, but dropped out occasionally. Adequate Verizon signal. Friendly staff. We would stay here again.
Although the roads and turns inside the park are a bit tight our paved pull-thru site was level, wide and long enough for our 40 foot MH and toad. The park is very clean and immaculately landscaped with trash cans at each site. Trees blocked our satellite TV, but cable was more than adequate. Good Wi-Fi. Good Verizon signal. Friendly staff. It is associated with a nearby casino/resort and has a free shuttle. One of the better parks we've stayed in and we would definitely stay here again.
Our premium site was gravel and adequately long, wide and level. Narrow and busy roads made navigating our 40 foot motor home and toad a bit difficult. Our satellite dish was not blocked but there are numerous trees and that was luck. Adequate wifi. Good Verizon signal. As usual for the KOA's we've stayed at there were numerous ongoing activities and many families with children. Although the park was reasonably clean late on the afternoon we arrived there was a microburst that knocked a lot of tree branches down all over the park and cleanup didn't start until the next day. The park was okay but we felt it was overpriced and will look for an alternative the next time we're in the area.
We had a long and wide gravel pull-thru that was level. It looks like an older park but the sites were large and everything was clean and well kept-up. Friendly owner escorted us to our site. There are some tall trees but a satellite dish at most sites would not be blocked. Fair to good Verizon signal. Can't comment on WiFi because my laptop crashed while there. Some freeway and railroad noise but mostly on the quiet side. We would stay here again.
Immaculately landscaped and maintained. Friendly staff. Wide and long sites with level concrete pads. Most sites are pull-in or back-in. Daily on-site trash pickup. Although there were trees on each site none are tall enough to block a satellite dish. Good Verizon signal. One of the best RV parks we've ever stayed in and well worth the extra distance to drive into Spokane. The only reason I can not give them a 10 is that the Wi-Fi was weak and slow, in all other ways it was perfect.
Our pull-thru gravel site was level and reasonably long and wide. Clean and well kept-up. Friendly staff. Good wi-fi signal. Good Verizon signal. There were no trees in our part of the campground tall enough to block a satellite dish, but some sites further back did. Our site faced the road, and there was some road noise. We would stay here again.
Reasonably long and wide sites with level, concrete pads. The campground was clean and well-kept up. Mostly grass between sites. Friendly staff. Good wi-fi. Strong Verizon signal. No trees tall enough to block a satellite dish. Although close to the freeway it was reasonably quiet. Once you know where it is located it is easy to find, but road signage seemed to be nonexistent. We would stay here again.
The park was clean and reasonably well kept up. Our gravel pull-through site was long enough for our 40 foot motor home and toad, but narrow and somewhat unlevel front-to-back. The park roads are narrow with sharp turns which caused us to end up slightly diagonal in our site. Since we were only staying overnight we did not put out our front slides because they would have been hanging over our neighbor's patio. Good Wi-Fi. Fair-to-poor Verizon signal. Numerous trees in the park but none blocking our satellite dish. We would choose a different site if we stayed here again.
We had a very wide and long, grass site that was level. Hookups were at the rear end of the site, so we were limited in how far we could pull forward, but still had plenty of room. The campground was reasonably clean and quiet. It shares a road with a small, slightly shabby trailer home park, so it lacks a certain ambiance, but the campground is very convenient to the seashore, the Olympic National Park, and all the other sights in the area. Wi-fi was weak and occasionally did not connect to the internet. Fair to good Verizon signal. No trees in the way of our satellite dish. We would stay here again.
Very clean, immaculately landscaped park. Our back-in site was paved and level. Wi-fi was adequate. Good Verizon signal. The road through the park is a bit too narrow and winding for a long motor home like ours, but we didn't hit anything. Not much in the way of amenities, but we were visiting family, and it was very conveniently located. The cable TV had only a small number of channels, and trees blocked our satellite dish. We would stay here again but mostly because of its location.
We had a wide, level site, gravel where we parked but the rest was sandy. Overall the park was clean but the road we were on was gravel and dusty. A great place to bring children. There are several playgrounds and a pool. The park was packed with families the weekend we were there. It is across the street from Fort Stevens State Park and about 5 miles from Astoria so location rules. Other than that it is very overpriced. We had a 30 amp back-in site without cable TV and paid over $50 a night. We were able to use our satellite TV, but some sites have trees that would block the signal so luck played a role in that. Wifi was adequate. Good Verizon signal.
Our site was gravel and level side to side, not so much front to back. The site was wide enough to put out all our slides and still have room to park our toad next to our motor home. Overall, the campground was clean and well kept up. Staff was friendly. Wi-Fi was good. One warning - the roads in and out of Bodega Bay are not big-rig friendly and we found the drive in our 40 foot motor-home to be slow and at times, scary. The roads are the only reason we would not return.
A clean, well-designed park that is mostly long pull-throughs. Lots of room for our 40 foot motor home and toad. Sites are asphalt, level and reasonably wide. Staff was friendly and helpful. Truly the best RV park in the area. The only downside was that we could not get a cell phone connection (Verizon) and the Wi-Fi was intermittent and frequently down overnight.
Price reflects an Escapees discount and 2-way hookup. Mostly long pull-throughs, very level, with side-by-side hookups, wide enough for our 4 slides. Park was very clean and well-maintained. We could hear the trains but they were not loud enough to bother us. Super Wi-Fi, very strong signal, very fast. Excellent Verizon MiFi signal. Cable TV extra fee. Owner very friendly.
Mostly pull-throughs on a windy ridge, too windy for us to put any awnings up. Sites are wide with patios and tables. Quiet, well-maintained park with a number of metal sculptures and a display area of old farm and construction equipment. 3/4 mile walking trail around the campground. Friendly and helpful staff. Wi-Fi okay, excellent Verizon MiFi connection. Short distance from I-25 and convenient to downtown Santa Fe.
A destination park for families with children. Two swimming pools, small water park, miniature golf course, video arcade, exercise room, stocked fishing pond, cabin rentals. All sites are reasonably sized with level concrete pads, most sites are pull-through, roads a bit narrow for our 40' motor home. Reservations probably needed in-season (May-August) as staff say the campground is usually fully booked then. Small trees with minimal shade at each site. Wi-Fi was very slow despite campground being 2/3 empty. Good cable TV. Noticeable highway noise (I-10 1/4 mile away). We stayed overnight.
Immaculate campground with 40 sites that is part of a resort facility with golf course, lodge, restaurants, conference center and spa. All sites are back-in with level concrete pads and all are either on the lake or have a view of the lake. Each site has its own trash can. We were able to get satellite but some sites are blocked by trees. Wifi was okay but a bit slow. This is a popular campground so advance reservations will be needed if you plan to stay any length of time. We would stay here again.
Campground is set on a terraced hillside. Roads are gravel and a bit steep in places. Sites were also gravel and were level side-to-side but dipped a bit front to back. We had a long-pull through with 50 amps and were able get satellite. Wi-Fi was okay, but a bit slow. Staff were very friendly and accommodating. About half the sites had seasonals. We came mid-fall and leaves had not been raked in a while, but otherwise the campground was clean and relatively neat. Our rate reflects an Escapees discount and would normally be $48. We stayed one night and would stay again if we were in the area.
Big rig friendly and easy on-off the freeway. It has a large number of pull-through sites that our 40' motor home and toad would fit in. There are some trees but most sites do not have shade. There is a separate overnight section that we were placed in. Our campsite was gravel and reasonably level and we had no problem with satellite TV. Wi-Fi was slow and took multiple tries to connect. Overall the place is nice but a bit high priced given the level of amenities. We would stay again if we were in the area and needed a place to stay overnight.
Fair too poor road in and out (better if you enter next to their sign on the main road and not use dirt side road). At least 8 pull-throughs that would fit our 40' motor home and toad. Campsite was moderately un-level. Trees blocked satellite reception. Sites were good width with 50 amps. Excellent wi-fi. Suited our needs for the night; can't see why I'd stay longer.
Location, Location, Location! Small campground with all sites on a beach facing the Bay of Fundy. Most sites are on the small side but there were several that our 40' motor home would fit into. Owners very friendly. Campground clean and well kept up. Few amenities, but with the view, who cares? Roads to and from Spencers Island are narrow, twisting and in fair to poor condition but it's worth the trip. We've stayed here several times and it is near the top of our favorite places list.
On the plus side the one staff member we met was friendly. We asked for a pull-through and were placed in an area where they put overnighters. There was nobody else in the area and we were allowed to park sideways so we didn't have to unhook our toad. On the down side this area was muddy gravel that had not had the trash picked up in quite a while. None of the fire pits had been cleaned and all had cans and bottles or other trash in them. We saw a couple of dogs running free off leash. Our area had been frequented by them and their wastes had not been picked up. We had no desire to spend a second night.
This is the 5th year we have stayed here, usually overnight on the way to and from New Brunswick. The park is now under new management who went out of their way to accommodate us. Our new motor home is large and long and we're towing a car, and they spent time finding and showing us the safest route to our site. That said, not all the sites are level, ours included. However the sites are spaced reasonably well, the place is clean and well maintained, and despite being in the path of planes in and out of Bangor airport, quiet. We will continue to stay here whenever we're in the area.