We chose this campground for its central location to Atlantic City and Philadelphia. It has many activities including 2 pools and a lakefront beach. It is basically a swim club for locals. The RV sites are in heavily wooded, sandy areas that are not level. We used every board we had under back tires and jacks to try to level motorhome. Even then, we sunk into the soft sand. The trees were so close together at the front of our pull-through site that we had to back up to leave. There are many permanent RVs, and it appears the campground has made few upgrades to their sites. The owners seem to be strict with some rules and don't enforce others. A guest coming to your site is charged $10. A Rottweiller near us barked constantly for 2 days. With so many children here, we were surprised they allowed Rottweillers and also Pitbulls. On weekends be prepared for music booming from the pavilion. Also groups of teenagers war roaming the campground after midnight. Quiet hours definitely weren't observed or enforced. We would encourage anyone with a large motorhome to NOT stay here. In addition to the problems with our site already mentioned, interior roads were narrow and turns tight. We would NOT come back here.
This is a beautiful campground with open or wooded sites. It has great activities and access to the Bay. The grounds were immaculately groomed, and the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. This campground is in close proximity to Chincoteague and Assateague Islands. Sites were spacious and level. They have paved pull-throughs and sites right on the bay. The only reason we didn't rate it a 10 was when it rained heavily the exit road was a lake until the next morning. Would highly recommend Tall Pines and definitely would stay here again.
This is one of the nicest KOAs we have stayed in. Beautiful campground with landscaping and great facilities. Staff were so friendly. A number of pull-through sites that are long and wide. Sites are level and many have satellite access. Easy on-off from the nearby interstates. We would definitely return.
This campground is very tight with the majority of pull-through sites being side by side hook-ups. You can reach out and touch the slide of the people next to you. Some of the staff were very unfriendly. Gravel sites were not level and not packed down. We sunk significantly. We had to back out of our pull-through site because it was so tight. We definitely would not stay here again.
This was a "do-able" campground. Small campground with mainly seasonal residents. Only 3-4 sites were accessible for motorhomes. Lots of standing water in sites and roads when it rains. Close to downtown Freeport and easy on-off from interstate. Owners very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again.
Very pricey campground, but the "only game in town" if you want to be in a decent RV park and close to Falmouth. Sites are gravel or premium ones that are paved, level, but close together. Lots of trees and roads; some areas are very tight. Our biggest complaint was with the staff who were very abrupt and some very rude. With all the traffic in Cape Cod, we won't be returning to this area.
Very nice campground with long, gravel pull-through sites. Very close to Cooperstown and Dream Park. Very friendly staff and owners who went out of their way to be helpful. Be sure not to use GPS and follow the directions to campground provided by web site. We would stay here again.
Nice campground that is close to battlefield. Camped here in a large RV and would recommend the long pull-through sites on the hill for big rigs. These sites were gravel and fairly level and they had satellite access. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Looking at the other campgrounds in the area, this one was the best by far.
This is a great campground with easy access to I-80 and I-77. Sites are wide and long with the majority being pull-throughs. Satellite was accessible on sites in northern area and on the western side of southern area rows. Staff was very friendly.
This campground is basically permanent residents. The interior roads and sites are narrow, and when it rains very muddy. The long pull-through we were in was doable for one night, even though we were right on top of the trailer next to us. We thought the price was outrageous.
A beautiful, well-kept campground. We had a medical emergency and spent 3 1/2 weeks here. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Located right on the Erie Canal, there is a great bike trail going the length of the canal. One of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed in that has excellent gravel interior roads and sites. We highly recommend Red Rock Ponds.
This was undoubtedly the worst campground we have ever stayed in. There have not been any improvements here for decades. The picture on their website is totally deceiving. The majority of the pull-through sites were under water. We found a site that was doable, but when we left the motorhome we were attacked by swarms of bugs. A thoroughly awful experience!
This is another one of those old, typical KOA's. When making our reservation, I asked for a premium, paved site. The site that was available when we arrived was all dirt and grass, and we had a difficult time leveling. The roads were narrow and very tight. It rained the night before we left, and we were walking around in 3 inches of mud all around the motorhome. I know there are very few options in the Williamsburg area, but I would not stay here again.
This is a beautiful campground with easy access to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Staff was very friendly and helpful with sightseeing suggestions and tips. The big motorhome sites are extremely long pull throughs. We would have rated this campground a 10 if the site was more level and paved.
First of all, if it rains you will need a 4-wheel drive motorhome or other vehicle to go up the long, steep, curving and winding dirt road to the campground. On a dry, clear day our motorhome and black jeep were covered in dirt and dust so much so that the jeep looked "white." We were shown to a pull-through site that was SO uneven that we could not level, even using all the boards we carried. To make matters worse, people from the row behind us were using our campsite as a path to and from the swimming pool. And our campsite was not wide. After 45 minutes of all this, we determined we could not stay here, even for one night. The owners did give us a refund. Good luck if you have to go up that road to the campground if it's wet.
We stayed on an oceanfront site that was wonderful. The view is great. We would have rated this campground a 10 if it had 50 amp service and single utilities on the water. The oceanfront sites only have shared utilities, and when a fifth-wheel pulled next to us you could touch their slides.
We arrived at our site and it was all mud. The large pull-through sites are roomy but on dirt and grass. After going to another site, we were still surrounded with water. Nice campground and a great location for seeing the sights around Moncton.
Nice, small campground located ideally for touring the surrounding areas. Our site was a back-in on grass. It rained and water pooled around our motorhome. We had difficulty pulling out boards under our jacks, since they had sunk into the mud. Overall a nice campground that was meticulously cared for.
Campground is located in Arcadia, but close to Yarmouth. Very friendly staff when we registered. There are only 4-5 long pull throughs for large vehicles. Not all of them are 50 amp. I would recommend having advance reservations. The majority of the sites have permanent/seasonal tenants.
This campground is an ideal location for touring Prince Edward Island. Staff was extremely friendly. We had a pull-through, double site for a motorhome. It was roomy and on grass. When it rains, the park becomes very wet and muddy. It was unfortunate that the previous tenants on our site had laid down a rug, so the entire side of our motorhome site was mud.
I rated this campground a "1" because I didn't have the option of rating it "0." We were first given a site in which we could not fit. They gave us a listing of available sites and we chose one. I would not take a motorhome into this campground. The majority of the sites were too short with many overhanging trees. The sites were very uneven, we backed up to a electrical pole and trees, and we used every board we had to level. The last evening we were there, during a severe thunderstorm, the tents, pop-ups, and trailers in front of us were completely flooded. People evacuated during the evening, and the hotel would not even give them a complimentary room for the night. One family of 5 spent the night in the hotel lobby. I would not recommend this campground to anyone!
This is a beautiful campground located near a casino outside of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The campground had paved sites and roads and was beautifully landscaped. There was about a 20 minute drive to the city. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Sites were large and level. A shuttle bus ran from the campground to the casino and to the exercise/pool building. Everything was carefully manicured. There was even an RV wash garage and gasoline. While we were staying there, a tornado warning was in effect. The local fire department went through the campground notifying everyone that a warning siren would go off and that there was a shelter (located behind the office) now open and available for all campers including their pets. Fortunately, we did not have to use this facility but it was reassuring to know that it was there. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a motorhome.
This was a very nice campground with easy access to interstates, shopping, and Champaign. We camped on a pull-through site looking onto a lake. We would have rated this campground higher if the roads and sites had been paved. When cars when through the campground, clouds of dust whirled in the air.
This was campground was convenient to Louisville and had paved roads and sites. The pull-through sites were not long enough for the tow vehicle to stay attached behind the motorhome. We did have a concern about the water and sewer connections being right next to each other. At the time of our stay, Woodall representatives were rating the campground. They spent most of their time at the rest rooms, showers, and laundry facilities. We were also told that the owner had threatened other campers if their dogs were walked anywhere near sites or shrubbery.
Very nice new campground in the Brunswick area. Easy access from I-95 with the noise from the interstate not a factor. Paved roads and sites with most of them being pull-throughs. Sites are available on a small lake. There is a very nice, open air pavilion with a fireplace, gas and charcoal grills, and 2 open fire pits located by the pavilion. Staff was very friendly and helpful, and the resort was immaculate and well-landscaped. We would stay here again.
We stayed at Rolling Ridge for 8 days. The site we were on was paved with a grill. I would rate this resort higher if we had not had problems with the sewer opening, located at the middle back of the pad. It was difficult to maneuver the sewer hose under the coach to the sewer opening. This is a owner park, but there were many renters. Most of the sites are not paved. We would stay here again but would prefer a different sewer connection.
This is our very favorite campground. We come here at least 1-2 times a year. The paved sites are large. We love biking on the road to the beach which is huge and accessed only by Topsail visitors. We camped here for 10 days.
This is our second year staying at Nature Coast Landings. It is a wonderful park, and I don't understand the previous negative reviews. Everyone is very friendly, and there are so many activities to participate in if you choose. It is an owner park, but a lot of the people staying here are renters. We were included in everything as a "family member." We had no problems walking our medium-sized dog. It is a great place to stay. We stayed for a month.
We stayed for a week in a large, paved site facing the river. This is a beautifully landscaped campground with a friendly staff that went out of their way to be helpful. The peaceful setting and seeing eagles and deer across the river made this a memorable week. The RV resort is within easy access of I-40. We most definitely would return.
The campground is very nice with paved roads and sites. We camped in a motorhome backed up to the stream. Staff is very friendly. The rate was a Good Sam discount price, although extra is charged for 50 amp. There were two problems we encountered: 1) Even though there is a rule that all dogs must be leashed, we saw at least one or more large dogs unleashed every day of our stay. No one seemed to be monitoring this situation. 2) At times it was difficult getting on to the highway from Pine Mountain Road even though this was during the off-season time. The access road to Highway 441 is in the middle of Pigeon Forge. We have experienced the extremely heavy traffic in this area during the Summer and Fall months.
We had been looking for an opportunity to stay at this campground after seeing a brochure. It is located about 5-6 miles off the interstate in Crossville. Approaching the campground, we saw a gated community and large office/store. The staff member discussed the large lake, beach, and other amenities that were amazing. Then we drove to our site! We passed numerous permanent residents packed into an area with both RV vehicles and small houses. Part of it was well-kept and the other part was just awful. We reached our site in the first camping area that was not level and had weeds growing up through the very little gravel. The entire campground looked like it had not been taken care of since it was built. I certainly hope that the other camping area was better than this. We were very disappointed and would not stay here again.
This is our favorite casino campground. We went 50 miles round trip out of our way to spend one night here. Beautiful campground, great casino, wonderful restaurants especially The Diner. Can't beat the price with a Good Sam discount.
Very nice and well-maintained KOA. Owners were very friendly. Sites were level and long pull-throughs accommodating a large rig with tow vehicle. By the time we had reached this campground, we were so frustrated with the awful condition of the roads across Oklahoma. They were the worst we have encountered. We told other friends traveling on the West coast and they planned to avoid the state on their way East. I would mention that the entrance off the highway to the campground is tight. Be sure no other vehicles are coming at you and swing wide.
This is a lovely state campground right on a lake. There is easy access to the interstate and close to the Colorado National Monument. Fruita is just minutes away from Grand Junction and its amenities. The campground is beautifully maintained and the sites are large and spaced far apart. The reason I have rated this campground so low is the additional daily charges that you have to pay over and above the camping fee(s). For each day you stay at this campground, you must pay $6 for your RV vehicle and $6 for your towed vehicle. We were being picked up by friends at the campground, and they were not allowed to come in unless they paid $6 entry fee. It was not the money but the principle that they would not bend the rules and simply allow a person in the campground to pick up or drop off a resident. The park staff woman in the office actually laughed and was very sarcastic, taking pleasure in our having to walk to and from our camp site. This could be difficult for those that have health problems and/or are elderly. We were embarrassed to say the least. We would not stay at this campground or any other Colorado State park.
This is an older campground right on Route 66. The sites are gravel, pull-throughs, and level. This is a good one night stay or a destination stop for a few days. Very easy on and off the interstate and navigating to your site.
This is an extremely nice KOA. This is an example of an older KOA being continually modernized for new, larger RV units. It is located near the town of Gunnison, making it easy to four-wheel the area. I would recommend if you have a large motorhome or fifth wheel to reserve the double-wide spaces in the middle of the campground. These are long pull-throughs on grass with lots of room between sites. The owners/managers spend a lot of time on maintaining the grounds and sites. Flowers are everywhere. With the spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, this campground is hard to beat. We would definitely come back to this campground.
This park is your typical KOA. It was not in a very good part of town, though there was easy access to downtown Salt Lake City. It was crowded with narrow streets and close sites. In addition to navigating to our site, it was difficult getting in and out of our campsite with the many trees and the location of newly planted trees and shrubs. The campground appeared old with many permanent/seasonal residents, and your typical older KOA that has done nothing in years to keep up with the size of newer RV units. The hookups were at the front of the site making it very difficult for us to connect electricity. The woman that showed us to our site was very uncooperative and rude, when we mentioned the hookup problem. We would not recommend this campground.
We stayed at this campground for one night traveling through Montana. There is easy access to the interstate with large pull-through and back-in sites. You can see how conscientious the owners/managers are with the landscaping and maintenance of this park. It is truly an example for other campgrounds. This park was definitely designed by RVers.
This campground is absolutely the nicest KOA we have every stayed in. It is located off the highway on a mountain top. Just the location itself is beautiful. The sites were large and level with easy navigation through the campground. Amenities included breakfast and dinner served in the pavilion and an ice cream parlor. Perfect location for seeing the Glacier National Park area. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here one night with Coast to Coast. Easy access to and from the interstate but with some noise from the traffic. In a motorhome, there was no problem. A nice campground with level and large sites. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a great campground for anyone visiting the Tetons and Yellowstone. It is about equally distant from each. Rustic and heavily wooded area but wonderful amenities and a beautiful view of Jackson Lake. I would highly recommend this campground, and we would stay here again.
We stayed one night in this park, thank heavens. The office looked like an old KOA. It was "extremely" tight navigating to our site in a motorhome. Sites were located in every direction, making no sense. We were with a group of motorhomes that made advance reservations and were guaranteed pull-through sites, so we wouldn't have to unhook toads. Arriving there, we were told the majority would have to remove toads. They were a Passport America campground, but would not give us that rate stating that when the reservation was made no one mentioned PA. That was not the case. One woman staff member was rude and belligerent. I would NOT recommend this park to anyone!
We used Passport America for three of the five days we stayed here. Very unique campground with areas for horses. A little ways outside of Custer but easy access to all the tourist sites. Beautiful view from our pull-through site. Sites easily accommodate large rigs. Family owners were extremely friendly and helpful. We would highly recommend this campground.
We only located two campgrounds in Wall, SD. Arrow Campground was the only one with 50 amp service with temperatures reaching into the high 90's. It was the worst campground we stayed in on our trip West. The pull-through sites were on dirt in between trees and not level. Nothing in the campground has been upgraded or improved in years. We would not recommend this campground. I would checkout the other campground in town.
We stayed here with Passport America for two nights. We were with a group of motorhomes traveling together, and the staff was so accommodating with our reservations. They even put up a welcoming sign for our group. The campground is located behind a gas station and is nothing fancy, but the sites are long pull-throughs with easy access on and off the interstate. We would stay here again.
This is one of the nicer KOA campgrounds. It is wooded and on a lake, although accessible for a large motorhome. We stayed for one night in a pull-through, grassy site that could easily accommodate our rig with tow vehicle attached. The location was good with easy on and off access to the interstate. We would stay here again.
This was a good campground that is situated north of Kansas City. The location is somewhat remote, although there was easy access to interstates for trips to KC and Independence. There are lake front sites on concrete pads available, but we were on a long pull-through grassy site that could easily accommodate any size RV vehicle. The staff was very friendly. I would recommend this campground.
This is a spacious and well-maintained campground directly across the Mississippi River from the St. Louis arch. The campground is affiliated with the Casino Queen that has shuttle service to and from the casino. Near the casino is the metro service into St. Louis that was very convenient for excursions into the city. I would definitely stay here again.
This was a very nice campground about 8 miles north of Nashville. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The campground can accommodate large rigs with long pull-through sites on grass. I recommend this park for an overnight or destination stay.
This is a campground that is ideally located for all activities in Asheville. There is easy off and on access to the interstate. Roads were wide and backing into sites was easy. The campground is small with beautiful views. As you exit the campground, you can see the Biltmore House and the Hotel across the mountains. The owners and staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Sites are paved with room between most sites and fairly level. I wouldn't recommend the pull-through sites, as they are located on a road. I would have rated this a 10 if an interstate wasn't located nearby. Although in a motorhome with air conditioning, the noise was minimal. I would definitely stay here again.
This is a campground in the mountains north of Boone. Sites are on hills with many trees. It is a beautiful area. The roads up to the campground were winding and very narrow with rocks sticking out in one area. Sites are not level, and it was very difficult getting into and out of our site. Roads and sites are badly in need of gravel. With rain it was very muddy. I would encourage those with motorhomes to not stay here.
This is a great campground for the tri-cities area. Park has paved and gravel roads that are very wide and easy to pull into back-in sites. Sites could be leveled more. Friendly staff, new pool facilities and a cafe for breakfast and lunch. We stayed here in a motorhome on Passport America and would definitely return.
We stayed 1 week at this resort with Coast to Coast. The location of the park was ideal. Roads are paved with most sites grass and/or gravel. Staff was very helpful. The site assigned to our motorhome was too narrow with many low hanging trees. They provided us with a list of available sites, and we chose one more suitable. The back-in site was on a stream running through the park but it was not level. We did have some flooding problems when it rained for 3 days. Since this was not peak season, they were not crowded and we had plenty of room on either side of us. We would stay here again.
We spent a week at Cherry Hill in a motorhome. The park has great amenities. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We particularly liked having metro bus transportation from the park to the subway system into Washington, DC. The location was perfect for taking side trips to Baltimore and Annapolis. We definitely would stay here again.
We stopped here for 2 overnights going to Washington, DC. Very nice park with extremely friendly staff. Sites were level, and staff went out of their way to put us on a site that had good satellite reception. The only problem was the location of the park right next to 1-95. We would definitely stay here again.
Resort is well-maintained. Lots of activities planned for residents. Particularly enjoyed access to the bike path that goes to the Gulf. Thoroughly enjoyed our week's stay at this park. We camped in a motorhome.
This is a beautiful campground on a lake. It is very remote. We particularly liked the back-in sites facing the clubhouse and playground area. Sites are gravel and not level. We camped here in a motorhome under our Coast to Coast membership. Site selection is on a first-come first-serve basis which could be a challenge for big rigs during their busy, peak season.
This is my favorite campground in the Tunica area. It is behind the Hollywood Casino and next door to the Resort Casino. The grounds are beautiful, all roads and sites are paved. Since it's next to a golf course, you feel like you're in a rural area. The staff are extremely helpful.
This is another older KOA that tries to accommodate bigger rigs. The grounds are kept well. The staff was very friendly. We were in one of the five larger pull-through sites that are in a row in the front of the campground. The problem was we faced directly into the office, directly across the road where all the new arrivals came in.
Campground facilities were very convenient. The staff was very helpful. The grounds were very clean and maintained. A shuttle bus runs frequently to the Ameristar casino, but the campground is very close to both the casino and hotel, the downtown area, and the national battlefield. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here.
This is a new resort with a sales office on the premise for site purchase. Only one-half of the resort has been completed. Beautiful sites though somewhat pricey, and the facilities were excellent. It is very remotely located. Unfortunately, we were there for a week when the wind blew constantly, swirling dust from the construction site.
We were surprised by the high ratings for this park. The campground has a beautiful setting right on a lake, is very quiet, and the staff were friendly and helpful. But when we entered the park for the first time, we were shocked by the row of trailers that faced the entrance. They appeared to be permanent and the first few rows of sites were extremely crowded. As we moved through the park to the newer area and our site, we were very unhappy with the side-by-side hookups. We could literally touch the slide of the motorhome next to us. This could be such a beautiful place if the hookups were modernized and the older, front area cleaned-up. There were numerous activities for residents.
We have stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome numerous times. Friendly, helpful staff with an immaculate park with many amenities such as pool, hot tub, recreation hall, lounge with big screen TV to name a few. Easy access on and off I-75 with numerous pull-through sites. We were traveling with three other motorhomes and the staff was cooperative to locate all of us together. Would highly recommend this campground.
We stayed for a week December 2006-January 2007 in a 40 foot motorhome. Office staff friendly but very unorganized and slow, taking us forever to even register with 4 people behind the desk. Nice pool and pool area but very limited amenities with no store on the premises. Most of the sites are on grass with very few concrete pads. Many of the sites are very narrow. We were traveling with three other motorhomes, and one motorhome was directed to a site that they could not fit into. Cable TV is only accessible for long-term stays through Verizon. Our satellite did not work because of trees in the way. Upon entering the office to request to move to another site, the office staff responded that it "had been a long day and she was tired and to come back tomorrow morning." The 2 other sites that we were given were worse than our original site even though sites near us with no obstructions were vacant during the duration of our stay. Definitely felt that those staying for long periods of time were given preferential treatment.
Excellent family campground. Very large with over 3000 beach homes and campsites. Lots of activity and amenities such as minature golf, arcade, pool, etc. Lots of golf cart traffic and fireworks at night that last from 9-11:30 pm. We did have problems with the campsite which was located under a large tree with lots of birds. We could not open our awning or use our satellite. The bird droppings covered our rug, car and coach. Would recommend sites without shade!
The first campground we have had trouble with appropriate site for motorhome. The first site we were escorted to was surrounded by trees,and it was impossible to back-in our coach. The second site did not have 50 amp service. The third site was the only one they had left for a 39' coach and was solid dirt with large tire track ruts. Would only recommend the large pull-through sites. Most campsites are back to back sites and very small for large rigs.
Roads and sites in some areas of campground are narrow with lots of trees and difficult for large motorhomes. Would recommend area directly behind office for motorhomes. Campsites are rustic with those close to the lake having no sewer hookups. Amenities at Stone Mountain are perfect for families with two golf courses on property. Staff at campground office was not friendly.
Excellent campground. Very clean, large concrete pad pull-through sites. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. The only problem was limited beachfront due to hurricane damage. Camped here in May 2006 in a motorhome.
We camped in a motorhome during July 2006. Upon arrival someone was in the campsite reserved for us, and the office had no idea why they were still in the site (past checkout time) and when they would be moving. Since other sites were available, we went to another site with no problem. On our third day there the ground crew began weed-eating around our campsite. We saw our patio rug being repeatedly hit and asked him to please be more careful around our coach. He continued and came very close to all of our hook-ups. We had grass all over our coach, patio rug and chairs. It took an hour to clean everything up as the grass was wet from previous day's rain. We called the office and the owner came down to our site. Her son (also an owner) was on the mower, and he joined her discussing the issue. We were pleasant but also stated that this should not be happening while we were parked and that they should not have been that close to our hookups and rug (grass was cut directly under our sewer hose, electric, and water hose). The son had an attitude that was rude, inappropriate, and utterly consumer-unfriendly. He did not care that they may have been causing a problem but stated only that he has to mow when he has to mow regardless of anything else. We will never stay at this campground again. They have only been open one year and with the attitude displayed, it appears they have not learned to take care of their customers.