This is an OK campground. The whole thing is gravel and the sites aren't level side to side. It is clean and quiet. Management is friendly and helpful. We spend the night here when traveling through the area, and have spent a week here when we were touring in the area. KOA's in general are a bit over priced, but we still pay the price to stay here.
This is a great place to stay. They've done some updating to the electrical system, and the 50 amp worked very well. We were surprised there wasn't an attendant when we checked in, but we did fill out the envelop with the correct information. When my husband went up to the office at the time they said they were open we were treated to a very nice surprise of a large bag of goodies, cookies, candy canes, a small calendar and a pen, as a Christmas "Thank you" gift. They also gave our dogs a bag each of several chew bones. Nice surprise that we had no idea we were about to get. We always stay here when traveling East or West, and have never been disappointed.
We always stay here traveling east or west. The sites are wide enough for our slide-outs. The management is on-site and were very helpful, taking our propane tank when we were in our site and filling it for us and bringing it back to our site. They also have a breakfast and dinner menu that you can choose from for a small fee. I personally liked this since I was tired from driving all day and didn't feel like cooking.
This is a great campground except for a little noise from the permanent residents coming in and when their music was turned way up. Otherwise, once the sun went down, it was quiet. Very nicely graveled sites, and all utilities worked very well. Owner said he'd catch up with us on paying for our site, but he never came back to collect. There is a drop box for payment, but we didn't know how much it was. I'll have to mail him a payment after I call and ask what the price was. My husband went to the office 5 times, and the sign that the manager would be back was always there, and the office wasn't open. I would say the best bet is to call ahead, and be sure and get the price, because they can't stay in business if we don't pay for the site.
This is an ok overnight stay. The campground was clean, and the management friendly. Excellent cable TV connections. It's on the side of a hill with I-40 close by so if you don't like highway noise, this isn't the one. There's another road right behind it, but it seemed quiet. It's easily accessible and good for an overnight stay. This is our second time staying here. We would stay here each time we pass through TN on I-40. Sites are a little short, but adequate with no extra space.
Easy to find off of I-85 out of Spartanburg. We were put into a freshly graveled and leveled site. It was clean quiet and peaceful. Just a little highway noise from I-85. The camp store is really nice, and the staff goes out of your way to make you comfortable and welcome. It looks like they are working hard to update this campground. I would stay here again.
We've camped here since 2003, and it's always neat, clean, and well cared for. The hosts are friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is laid back and comfortable. The dog park is a great asset as we bring our dogs. The park is convenient to many places. We will come back here again and again.
We stay here every year at least once and more often if we can schedule it. The campground is neat and clean as always. One thing they took away was the discount card. The only discounts they give is if you stay at least a week, you get a reduced rate. Otherwise they offer no club discounts of any kind. They did not give us any brochures or paperwork pertaining to the Myrtle Beach area upon check in, which made me wonder if they were trying to conserve resources. Another thing that could be more convenient for some of the people who stay there would be that there would be more than one bath house on the property. The property is quite large, and campsites have doubled in the past few years, but no extra bathhouse.
We stay here every year throughout the season. We started a little early this year, and found the campgrounds fairly messy. Ranger station unattended upon entry, however we were flagged down as we approached our site, and were asked about reservations, and then told that there would be a ranger by later with our paperwork. They seemed very focused for what manpower they had on checking the garbage cans often for beer cans or ?, coming through every couple hours. Seems like they could better use some of the time raking camp sites out from all the debris coming from the trees.
This is the third time we've stayed here. This is a really good park. Great pools (3 of them), friendly staff, quiet. The TV reception continues to be bad, but we have worked around that. There are plenty of wide flat campsites, and they've upgraded many of the sites to 50 amp, from our visit last year. This is one of our favorite "go to" locations, and we'll definitely come back. The staff really work at maintaining this park. I only marked the cost as 1$ because it wouldn't take 0. It's a member preserve.
We stayed here one night. Since we had no reservations we got a site with water and electricity only. As previously stated the roads are narrow, full of potholes and you do have to wind around the entire campground to get into a site, or out of your site to leave. They definitely need to re-think the routing here. I wouldn't appreciate the constant traffic of people coming and going by my campsite and the dust generated.
We spent 4 nights here for a family reunion. Campground is very basic. Wi-Fi works well. Country store is cute, and staff is friendly. Gravel roads in park are very rutted, but it has been raining hard for a while. Very close to the highway slowing down to go into town. Jake brakes on big rigs can cause you to jump. We had a permanent person next to us who was very loud, leaving before 5 am 2 of the mornings. He should have been put in the back with the rest of the permanent people. It's about half full of permanent residents. The staff maintains the campground every day, but the ruts need to have gravel packed in, as they form. Convenient to stores, etc.
This is a pleasant surprise. Very rural area, and our GPS didn't even think Stanton existed. The owners said it didn't and to use Sullivan to find it. Easy to find though if your are on the Interstate. Adequate signs to point the direction off exit 230. Clean and well kept. Small but adequate for an over night stay or a few days exploring. They have some sort of canoe business going. Great food. We had the half rack of baby back ribs. Potato salad was great. We will use this again if we pass by this area.
This campground is in an industrial setting. It's very hard to find. Once here, it's pleasant. Typical older KOA: fairly clean and sites are close together. The staff is friendly and tries to accommodate your needs. They need to put up GPS directions, because if you use your GPS coming from Indiana, it gives you a bogus destination which is just a commercial site. It is not well marked. Finally, after a phone call and turning around, we found it going the other direction. There was a very small sign. Frustration that's not needed.
Small, very pretty campground in a wooded setting. Campsites are spaced nicely so you are not on top of your neighbor. Had friendly, helpful staff. A clean campground. The sites are close, but have ample room for awnings, etc. This was our first visit here in this area. We will stop here again if traveling through this part of the state.
This is an older campground. It has narrower sites, however they seem adequate for the RV. The campground is well taken care of. Has friendly helpful staff. It is typical of most KOA's. We've stayed here twice now, and the only thing we can say is if you can't sleep through highway traffic noise, this isn't the place for you. It goes on mostly all night. Otherwise we'd stay here again for an overnight pass through the area.
This campground is very cramped. The spaces are so narrow you can't put out your awning. It was noisy until 10:00 PM. Had loud music from cars driving through the campground. Not sure about security, although they say it's 24 hours/day. We spent one night. Had reservations to return, but are going to re-consider and cancel our reservation and book elsewhere. Certainly not worth the cost. Fee included $3 for cable TV.
Very nice well maintained TT park. Large spacious flat sites. Shady with lots of trees. Wi-Fi is super here. Best of all the TT parks I've stayed at. TV is a problem if you don't have a satellite dish. If you have trouble getting any stations, rotate your antenna 180 degrees and re-scan. Putting the mast on the opposite side of the trailer helped, but still only can get one major station. Got 14 other public TV stations. All in all though, it's not a deal breaker. Nice views if you want river front, or lake front. Huge Olympic size pool for summer.
This is a very nicely laid out preserve that is well kept. Roads are gravel and asphalt. Sites are spacious and level. Beautiful family center with activities going on all the time. Convenient to Hershey, and surrounding Amish country. We will definitely come back to stay again. Love this place.
This campground needs some upgrading. Difficult to get in and out of with a large unit. Very steep and windy roads, plus when it rains it's hard to get out of due to being slippery with mud. Wi-Fi went in and out to the extent it was almost unusable. We were told that we needed to keep our user time short or they would not have service for a day if the park went over. May have been set up with the satellite TV service and may be metered? Anyway, sites are narrow and steep. Will avoid staying here in the future. A small unit that doesn't need wireless would have no problem.
This park is under new ownership and the new owners will be adding stronger Wi-Fi and cable TV next year. It's in the hills, on terraced sites and quiet. Lots of seasonals stay here as the marina is very close. A beautiful, man-made lake setting. Cell phone service is spotty due to the mountains. TV reception was good for our rig, as was the internet. If I lived closer I'd look into a seasonal site here. Nice place with friendly staff. We were here for a family reunion so spent several nights.
This is a very nice KOA. The turn in to the right on Fox Fire road is tight, but if you take it slow, it's very doable. We had a nice level pull through site as well, although not all of them are real level. With that said, they aren't bad as it's a gentle rolling hill area. Wireless was very spotty even though we were close to the office. Beautiful scenery, and a nice place to stop for the night. Quiet, with a little noise from the highway.
This park is absolutely beautiful. We had a well kept luxury site with its own swing and updated picnic table. It is in the hills, and there's a lot of rocks which are well placed to serve as a borders to the site, so be careful when you maneuver around them. The staff is helpful and friendly. They offer breakfast on the weekend, and free coffee daily. Dinner is served upon request and is brought to your rig. All in all a very nice quiet place to get away and just relax.
This is a very nice preserve. We stayed in the 50 Amp "C" section which offers very wide flat sites. Lots of activities, and lots of friendly people. The only problem we had was that we couldn't get any TV stations. Finally with some help we were told to try rotating the mast 180 degrees. That worked, and we got a few TV stations. I think you really need a dish to get any reception here. Normally we pick up everything on our TV.
This park appears to be fairly new. It is in a hilly area with plenty of oaks for shade. The sites are gravel and level. Friendly staff. No cable TV, but you get many stations from OKC. Internet works very well. It's clean and well maintained, and really quite pretty for so close to Oklahoma City. It's far enough off I-40 so you don't get the freeway noise. We're glad we tried this park and will use it from now on when we come through Oklahoma.
This park is an older KOA, and the sites are narrow, but not close together. We have a 36 foot rig with 2 slides on the same side, and it worked well for us. The site was long enough for our rig and tow vehicle without unhooking. We think it is very clean and well kept compared to some we've been in. There is some highway noise, but otherwise it's really a decent campground with helpful and friendly staff.
This is a parking lot type of RV park. Our cable is horrible. We're using the Antenna with much better results. Don't see any other complaints about this, so it might be our site. Another complaint is that they charge for internet $5.99 a day, which is highway robbery. Otherwise site is adequate although within 4 or 5 feet of our neighbor. We've stayed here before, but I don't remember not being able to put out our awning without interfearing with the motor home next door.
This is a good RV park to stay at if you want to do things close to town. You do have freeway noise, and the trains, but it isn't hard to get used to. The spaces for overnight guests are nice wide pull throughs. The park is spotless, and was surprisingly full this time of year. We stay here whenever we pass through Kingman.
This is a good KOA with level gravel sites and great wi-fi and cable TV. The staff is friendly and helpful. They take great pride in their business and were all painting the office while we stayed here. They are not serving the pancake breakfast or cowboy supper right now as it's the off season, but we've been here before and had it and it's delicious. We stop here every time we pass through Holbrook. There are some great old Mexican restaurants downtown that we always have to try when we come here.
As previously stated this is a super RV park. Our pets got treats, and so did we. They are offering dinners during the spring and summer months. They said they'd done this for 3 years, and we've had their meals, and they're great. Free continental breakfast in the morning is offered. Free internet, and sites are spotless, and level. The cable TV is in a strange location but is workable with a long cable. We've stayed here previously and will continue to stay here when we pass through the area. Great friendly hosts, and nice long sites. The fenced pet area where Fido can play off leash is new and a great idea.
We've stayed here before and it was ok. It's much better now with the new owners. They are very helpful and friendly. They have really cleaned up the place, and it looks as though they are starting to put some asphalt pads in for the RV's. They do offer supper and breakfast at very reasonable costs. We will stop here more often now that they have taken over this place. Rates are very reasonable as well.
This campground isn't normally open during winter months but it is now due to some semi-permanent oil field workers. With that said it is a great place for and overnight stay. A little highway noise, but otherwise, it's quiet during the night. Sites are a bit narrow, but adequate for a rig with slide outs. It's a no frills type of park. We stay here every time we go through the area.
This is a good overnight place to stay when going through Oklahoma. It's far enough out of OKC to be out of the traffic. It's just a basic old style KOA, but we use it every time we go through Oklahoma and have to stop overnight.
This is an excellent overnight park. It's almost a mile off the road, and my GPS was a little confused about the address, but we followed the sign and found it just fine. The sites are gravel and level, and quiet. Great cable, grass between each site. Small trees, but overall we would stay there again. We did have a problem with a week wireless signal, and were not able to connect to the internet, but otherwise this is a great overnight place to stop with gas, diesel, propane within a very close distance and many restaurants, shops, and places to eat.
Campground is fine. Nice level sites on cement pads. We had a back in site which was easy to get into and out of. It is quiet at night, and well lit. The only complaint I have is that the wireless signal must be for the hotel only. It's so weak, I never could get it to work, after numerous tries. Very disappointing since I needed to go online. We would stay there again if we don't need wireless.
We drove in and around and looked at this park. It is extremely run down. There is no office, and it looks as though it is partially full of homeless people in trailers that are falling apart. I wouldn't recommend this park. I think there would be a safety/security issue. It's in very bad shape.
This is definitely one of the better country RV campgrounds we've stayed at. It is a challenge going up the road to register, so go slow and be careful, but it is doable. Friendly staff. Everything is in working order, and it is clean and quiet. Grassy sites are fairly level. What a surprise to find they have wireless too in addition to 50 amp. The only thing is the sites are narrow, but they put people in every other site, so you aren't close together. It is off the highway so you don't have noise. Nothing fancy, but very affordable and quiet.
As has been previously stated this is a city RV park and space is at a premium. All in all it's not bad for an overnight or weekend. We were not warned about the high water pressure, but did know of it from the reviews. It is fairly quiet for the city, and you can hear the traffic noise but not bad. Also you can hear the planes as well. It is close to shopping, stores, etc. and is easy to get to. The sites are back in, but pretty straight forward. Wide drives help you maneuver.
This is a nice RV park. It's older, but the sites are large and level gravel. It has some permanent residents in it, but they are mostly retired people. It is fairly quiet, although it is behind a flea market so the weekends are probably not as quiet. This is really a good value for the money all in all. Internet is extra, but it is faster than a lot of the free wi-fi available.
We stay here as often as we can. This is a great campground with huge sites that are well spaced. The roads and sites are clean, and well kept. It is very quiet. They have activities should you want to participate. It is secluded enough to be away from the traffic and tourist area, but yet close enough to easily get to should you want to go to the beach or a show.
We stay here often. We are seniors and get a duplex site for $28. That way two rigs can use the sites. They are long and wide enough to accommodate two 5th wheels, with slideouts. You can beach your boat right on the shore next to the site. We would recommend this area for anyone who wants to spend a few days by the lake relaxing. Crosswinds has very easily accessible sites for RV's.
Very nice RV park with huge sites. Pricey but a nice get away. Very clean and well maintained. Wi-Fi slow, but usable. TV reception was good even with antenna down. The one thing they could have is more bath houses. There is only one bath house for all of the park separate from the office area. Overall though this is our favorite park of all the ones we've stayed at. Just the size of the spaces itself is a benefit.
We stayed here twice en route to another location and back. Very quiet rustic campground. Very friendly helpful staff. While they don't have sewer hookups they do have a dump station. The staff was pleasant at all times. Great wi-fi connectivity. They have really good pizza in their little pizzaria as well as different coffees with a small esspresso bar. Sites are level, but not paved. No noise from the Interstate which is close by. We will stay here again when we pass through the area.
This is one of the finest parks we've stayed in, and we've been in parks all over the US. It is quiet, with large well thought out sites that have individual cement pads and picnic tables and fire rings. It is near Myrtle Beach and convenient to just about everything. There is no highway noise as it is far enough away from the highway. We would recommend this place to everyone. Very friendly helpful staff. You are guided to your site and made to feel welcome. They have an exercise room and a wonderful clubhouse. Complimentary Wi-fi is provided. They have a great frequent camper program.
Beautiful campground. Quiet, nice sites on packed sand. Close to Savannah and State Parks. We cannot hear the noise from the roadway, which is a plus. The only thing that would make it perfect is if they would provide wi-fi free of charge. As it is now, you have to pay $19 for a weeks worth of wi-fi. It works most of the time, but for the cost of the site, this would be a plus. We will stay here again. These people are out every day keeping the place spotless. We camped her a week.
Typical KOA. Cable did not work well. Site was clean and level. Freeway noise is 24/7. You are guided to your site by a person who acts like he'd rather be somewhere else. Orders you left, then right, stop, go, etc. You get the picture. I got the feeling he didn't approve of women drivers, even the ones who'd traversed the US 5 or 6 times, and really do know what they are doing. Anyway, after putting up with him we settled in for the evening of freeway noise, but otherwise it's an ok park.
The sites are fairly level considering this is in hill country. There is some amount of highway noise, but it is very low inside the RV. Our problem with this place was the cable TV had a very poor connection. Considering you pay extra for Cable TV this is very annoying. Other than that it is an ok place.
Campground is an older one. Sites are a bit narrow, but the staff is friendly, and they have the best cable of all our stays . Many channels to choose from and clear connections. This is a perfect overnight stopover, or a place where you can stay for a short visit. It is quiet, and convenient to just about everything in the area. Convenient to the interstate.
This is our favorite KOA in New Mexico. They greet you with warm chocolate chip cookies. The spaces are long and wide, with good gravel surface roads. It sits in a lava field, and is very interesting to explore the surrounding area. The campground is quiet and off the highway enough that you don't hear any highway noise. This campground offers several varieties of meals delivered to your RV with reasonable prices. We tried the smoked brisket and pork rib dinner. It was very good. More than enough food. We would stay here again when we travel through the area.
We stop here every time we go through Holbrook. The place is a lot busier than it was last year when we went through. There is a nicely stocked store with lots of trinkets, as well as a swimming pool. They serve a Cowboy style pancake breakfast as well as a Cowboy Steak Dinner. If you don't want steak, you can order chicken, hamburgers or hot dogs. Staff is friendly. Good gravel surface roads, as well as plenty of room for slideouts. Each site has a picnic table. We will definitely return.
We stay here each time we come through Kingman. The campground has changed ownership, but it continues to be super clean and is well run. You are escorted to you site now, which is new. It has a nice pool, and the laundry room is open 24/7. There is a train track nearby, so if you don't mind hearing an occasional train it's fine. There is some traffic noise as it is downtown, but the location is good if you want to be near town or have some business here. We will continue to stay here when we come through Kingman.
We found the park very clean and quiet. Overnighters such as us were spaced well apart, with no bunching up. We stated we had been here before, and they took another $4 off the price, although we were no longer in their computer. We always stay here when driving through Bakersfield, and feel this is the best park with the largest most private spaces. The perimeter of the park is perfect for walking your dog. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice out of the way park that is situated off Hwy 152. It is quiet, and really pretty. The park is well maintained. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV available. It has been called Gilroy Country Garlic RV Park, but as you can see by the Website it is not under that name now. It shouldn't be confused with The Garlic Farm either, which is a separate park in another location. Restrooms are clean, as is office, laundry room, and grounds. It is a pleasant surprise in an otherwise very busy area. Restaurants, and shopping are within walking distance.
This park should not be confused with the other park in Gilroy with a similar name. It is off Highway 152, and on a quiet side street behind a brand new Major shopping center within walking distance. It is very clean, very well laid out, with beautiful landscaping throughout the park. There are lots of different plants, and flowers, a wonderful clubhouse, and pool. The park is very quiet day and night, with the freeway noise being very minimal, and you really can't hear it although it's close by. Staff is friendly, and helpful. We're planning on staying here a while for family reasons, and this is the ideal place to relax or to drive out of to visit nearby areas.
We stayed here a month. There are many park models in the park. 3 more came in the month we were here. Streets are narrow, and sights are short. Almost no space to park your tow vehicle. They require a refundable deposit for a 30 day stay, and charge extra for a pet they do nothing for. The park is quiet at night, even with the trains as previously stated. Good for an overnight stay, or if you are working in the area. Nothing fancy.
More of a volume tightly packed RV Park. It is clean, and very well kept. The sites are ample and there's plenty of room on either side. The overnight spots are mostly gravel. I think longer stays get a small lawn area. They stored RV's across the isle from the campers, which is not particularly pretty to look at. Overall, an ok place.
This is a nice park. It is rustic, with gravel sites, no patios, but you would expect that in Flagstaff. It is up amongst the pine trees. People are friendly, you are escorted to your site. The staff monitors the campground continuously, which I assume is for safety of your property. It is on Route 66, and out of the busy downtown area. Close to an I-40 exit, but off of the Interstate enough that you don't hear it. You do hear the trains coming and going, but no whistles to scare you out of a sound sleep. We would stay here again.
Typical KOA. Clean gravel sites which are very level and fairly close together. Very friendly and helpful staff. They are still serving their pancake breakfast, and cowboy cookout daily. This is a quiet campground which fills up every night. We were surprised at the number of RV's that come in each day. Noise from the Interstate was not a big deal. This is our third visit to this campground and the longest time we've spent which is one week. There's more to see than we first thought here if you like old historical buildings and the desert area. We would use this park again.
This is a quiet campground with gravel sites, and no lawn, just weeds which are mowed. They do groom the trees, and they are drip irrigated, but they don't have a lawn area probably due to the desert location. It has 2 forms of TV watching which we couldn't make both work. One is some cable stations for $2 a night which we couldn't get working on the second day, and the other is your antenna. The stations come in ok. What is outstanding about this place is how helpful the office is if you have a problem. We had a blown tire, and they offered to call around and see if they could find tires for us. The guy next to us had a propane fitting problem and they came out and helped him yesterday. So they go above and beyond to get a traveler the services they need in this tiny little town.
Campground is run down, and needs weeds pulled, but otherwise ok for an overnighter. It was near the freeway, but I don't mind the freeway noise. Staff was very friendly, and the office was very clean and organized. We've camped here twice now for overnight stays. They had buffalo this time.
This is a no frills campground. We stayed here a month, and while there aren't any frills, they do allow mail. The atmosphere is relaxed and calm. It is clean, and quiet. The management is friendly, and helpful. We would return to this campground if we are in the area again. Cable TV is good. Lots of stations.
This is an older campground. The sites are shaded, gravel, and mostly level. It was quiet except for the highway noise which is close by. That isn't much of a problem if you sleep well. TV reception is by antenna, and ours was poor due to tree limbs which prevented us from raising our antenna. Otherwise, we're told we would have gotten 4 channels. They could really improve things if they'd get cable, and clean up the pine cones and things that have fallen out of the trees. It's not in disrepair, but it's not real neat and clean. We've stayed here before, and knew it was just an over night stop on the way to or from somewhere. You don't have a lot of choices in this area, so we'd stay again.
Clean well kept campground. Friendly staff. Nice overnight stop, however sites are hilly, and narrow. A bit hard to maneuver a large vehicle around the trees. Once around the trees, it's hard to position for slides, but can be done with patience. Interstate 40 traffic noise not horrible, but it is near highway. No cable TV, so it's a bit pricy for what you get. Had asphalt road close by with Quads, and other 4 wheel bikes riding up and down. That's more annoying than the highway noise, but I'm sure it doesn't last all night. Campgrounds are limited between Nashville, and Memphis, so we would stay here again if we needed an over night stop.
Nice campground to spend a couple of nights in. There's a winery close by, and up the Interstate there's restaurants, etc. Quiet at night. Sites are all gravel with gravel pads, and a picnic table. Cable TV works really well, with lots of channels. Staff is friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if in the area. They give Escapees a 15% discount which is nice.
It's a nice park to overnight in. It's an older park and sites are small, so it's tight getting large RV's around the roads. Sites have a concrete pad, and a picnic table. Quiet at night. We would stay there again if in the area.
Nice campground. Clean, quiet. Large enough sites. We didn't feel crammed in next to a neighbor. Friendly staff, with a well stocked store, and the laundry room is set up really well, to allow more than a couple of people at a time to do laundry if needed. It was spotless. They take the time to follow up your visit with a thank you email, as well as confirm they have received your reservation if you use the KOA on line reservation system. We would recommend this campground, and stay there again.
Campground is quiet and safe. There are quite a few long term residents in the campground. Staff is friendly, and campground is clean. This isn't a destination campground, but if you want a quiet out of the way type of place, this will do. Only issue we had was the staff didn't explain that the weekly rate was cheaper than the Good Sam rate. The advertised rate for a week is the price we got. We thought being a good Sam Member we should get a discount on top of this rate. They explained that you get a free night with the weekly rate, which is cheaper than the 10% discount. Not a problem, only we should have been told when we checked in. Otherwise if we were returning to this area we would stay here again.
We stayed for 2 weeks so they put us in the back. The back is 30 AMPs which was ok, however these sites are very small and cramped. I would think the office would consider this with a camper who is staying more than a few nights, as this cramped feeling is uncomfortable. There are other 50 AMP sites which are much larger, and you would appreciate the managment asking you if you would rather have a larger site since you are staying longer. I wasn't asked if I had a preference of a large or small site, only did I need 30 amps. I said 30 without knowing what that meant. Once back here we opted to stay as we were told we couldn't have a refund when we checked in. However, I think to be fair the management should let you know the sites in the back are small, and give you the opportunity to change. It was also very noisy due to traffic and road construction all hours of the night on the road behind the campground. I realize they can't control road noise though, and this is not a normal thing for the campground.
Clean, quiet campground. Staff was friendly. Sites are adequate for slide outs. Nice place to stop for an overnight stay. No restaurants in sight, but I'm sure the staff would have helped if we had asked. Propane price was very fair.
The overall park is very clean and the sites are well laid out and large. You have a nice lake view, even if you aren't staying in the lake side sites. The campground was very quiet at night, and the staff was friendly and helpful. You are guided to your site. We did have to move due to the pouring of a concrete patio in the site we were going to be staying in, however, we were contacted for approval before we arrived. Once our permanent site concrete pad was poured and dry, we were told we could move a day earlier than they had planned. Cable TV doesn't come out this far we were told, however there were many channels to choose from. Mobile office works well in this campground for in internet, and Wi-Fi is available. They have printed out a brochure which is given to you which answers most of the everyday questions you would have such as grocery stores, gas stations, etc. We would return here for a longer stay when we're back in the area.