Unbelievably noisy from the trains running 20 feet from the transient area in the lower level. If you must stay in this park ask for a site in the upper level away from the trains. Many seasonal campers. Good sites for big rigs. About 15 minutes from downtown Portland. Will not stay here again due to the noise.
Good park for an overnight stay. Clean big sites with plenty of room for big rigs. Close to highway and noise was noticeable but not a problem at night. Price is high considering the lack of amenities. Not many campgrounds in the area. Will stay here again.
We absolutely love the Broken Arrow Horse park and we are not even horse people! This is a small campground about 4 miles south of Custer. It is a full service Horse camp that also caters to big rigs in season. We stayed here a week and will likely stay here a month next year. It's a great place to stay while checking out the Black Hills and Custer State park. The scenery is beautiful, the owners are great, and the sites are fine for big rigs. It fills up fast in season so reservations are a must. We will definitely stay here again.
You get what you pay for with this campground. Passport America. Dirt sites with no amenities. Full hook ups. Limited number of sites for big rigs. Fine for an overnight in a self contained unit. Filthy bathrooms and laundry facilities. No office, just a place to drop your money off in a slot. Would not stay here again.
Nice clean campground right off the highway. Seems like a newer campground which is unusual for a KOA. Plenty of room for big rigs. All gravel. Too expensive for the limited amenities; however, there are not any other better campgrounds in Cheyenne. The campground was full in late September and completely booked mid week. Lots of travelers making their way east or west. Would stay here again as a stopover but not for an extended stay.
Great, clean campground perfect for an overnight stop. Long pull throughs. Easy on and off the highway. Can get full electric sites with or without sewer and water. Even their internet works. Yes, it's dusty and the roads are dirt but hey, this is Wyoming. Very nice and helpful campground managers. Will stay here again.
This campground is too expensive given the location, amenities, and the highway noise. It has nice wide sites perfect for big rigs. Water sprinklers containing lots of minerals will coat your RV nightly. This is managed by placing buckets over the sprinkler heads. While not ideal for the grass, it does help keep the RV free of harmful mineral deposits which are very tough to remove. The campground workers are not really interested in this problem. Nor were they too concerned when the power went out for half a day. Their indifference seemed odd in this part of the country. We will not stay here again.
Price reflects September event rates. We stay in this campground every time we visit Reno. It is remarkably clean and pleasant. Some complain about the AstroTurf between sites but we much prefer it over dirt! This is a paved city campground located in Sparks about a mile off the highway. We had an end site which was quite spacious. Good place with wide streets for big rigs. Price keeps creeping up every year; otherwise, this is a good place to stay while touring the area. We will stay here again.
This park has a lot of potential due to its location right on the bay. Yet, it is very run down. Sites are somewhat graveled and not that level. Not many sites adequate for rigs over 40 feet. And since the park is first come first served, this is a problem for big rigs not able to secure a site mid week. Grass between the sites is full of weeds. We were in the park for 5 nights and we didn't see anyone cleaning anything. Yes, it's cheap and in a beautiful location but the park itself needs work. We will not stay here again.
Price reflects weekly rate. Family run campground about 1/4 mile from the beach. About 3/4's of the campground is for seasonal sites. Nice clean campground suitable for big rigs. Large sites. Only about 6 miles from the Canadian Border. Convenient for touring but not much nearby. Will stay here again.
Tiny park adjacent to a golf club. Not suitable for big rigs as the turns are too tight, the roads are too narrow, and the tree limbs are too low. Big rigs would be fine in sites located at front of golf club but not in the back. Okay for an overnight stay. Great place to stay if you golf. Will not camp here again because it was too tight.
Clean campground and really the only game in town when visiting Little Big Horn. The campground was packed during our 2 night stay due to the Little Big Horn anniversary. It seemed the owners were a bit overloaded with a rally and had trouble checking people in who weren't part of the rally. Overall, nice place to stay. If you have a big rig, make sure you are confirmed for a big rig site. We will stay here again.
Not sure if this park is open to the public as we were here for an FMCA rally. Very nice complex with clean and abundant bathrooms and showers. The only unfortunate part was heavy rains caused unbelievable mud in all of the dry camping areas of the complex. We watched at lease 50 coaches around us muddle their way through the mud. Many of us ended up staying an extra day until things dried out. Will not stay here again if rain is forecasted.
Great little campground tucked behind the infamous Wall Drug. All pull-through sites. Some sites are a bit narrow but not a real problem. Most have full hookups. Plenty of room for big rigs. Good place to stay when touring the Badlands. We had an end site with a view of many horses and it was a great way to begin our trip to the West. We will stay here again.
This is just an okay park for a one night stay. Roads are gravel and pitted due to the heavy spring rains. Many sites are not level. Full hookups. Easy on and off the highway. Sites in back of park are 100 yards from the highway and extremely noisy. While we did have one of these noisy sites, we didn't have to unhook the tow car because the site was long. About half the sites have clear satellite access. Probably will not stay here again.
Price reflects weekly rate. Very clean and convenient campground with spacious back in sites for big rigs. Easy to maneuver. There are many pull through sites as well, but they are much tighter and have less room than the back in sites. Excellent staff and amenities nearby. Will definitely stay here again.
The larger big rig sites were booked due to a rally so we were put in a small 30 amp site. Had to unhook the car. We were not told this when we made a reservation and requested a larger site with 50 amp. Clean campground and an okay stopover but far too expensive at $40.00 per night for the amenities. Not much to choose from in Davenport. Will not stay here again in our motorhome.
We stayed here during a Ham radio convention and the place was packed for a few days. Our site was too tight for a big rig and there are very few sites available that allow for satellite. When we booked the reservation we were told we would have 50 amp with satellite availability. When we arrived we were put in a tight site with 30 amp and trees which touched the coach. Overall this campground is too expensive and too narrow for big rigs. We will find another option when visiting Dayton.
We've stayed at this campground many times because of its location. It seems to have deteriorated a great deal in the past few years. The section for big rigs is nothing but rocks and overgrown weeds. If you need a place to just park while visiting the area, this is fine. We probably will not stay here again unless everything else is booked.
Excellent little family run campground conveniently located a few minutes from the I-55 and I-70 intersection. Great stopover campground or place to stay while touring the St. Louis area. Only 20 minutes from downtown St Louis and a few miles from the quaint town of Edwardsville. Well maintained and extremely clean. A little tight for big rigs as others have mentioned but OK. Not really a destination campground because of it's proximity to the highway. We will definitely stay here again.
This is an extremely convenient and clean campground when passing through the Chicago area. Unfortunately they raised their rates by $10.00 per night. It's not a $45.00 a night campground as there are few facilities. Back-in sites are now $35.00 however they will not fit big rigs. Otherwise this is a good place to stay when passing through. We will stay here again.
We always camp here when staying in the Madison area. Great county park located about 5 miles from downtown and 2 miles from the beltway. Beautiful grounds and clean facilities. No water or sewer hookups; however, the dump station and potable water fill stations are easy to access. Two week maximum stay. Fills up on weekends in the summer. Internet reservations are recommended for summer weekends. The Dane County website also shows which sites can handle big rigs (half the sites in the park). We will camp here again.
Nice county campground located about 8 miles from downtown Dubuque and only 3 miles from major roads. Half of the sites are large enough for big rigs. Dump station is too tight for 40 plus foot coaches, however it works fine by backing in. This was not a problem as we were the only campers in the park. It might be an issue in the middle of summer. Beautiful park and grounds in a scenic country location. On-site ranger. For larger rigs we would recommend camping on the left side of the entrance as the sites seem to be bigger. We will stay here again.
Excellent county park. Would be a 10 if they had on-site sewers and water. Good location about 7 miles from downtown Madison. Plenty of room for big rigs. Fills up on weekends in the summer. Reservations taken via website. Highly recommended when visiting Madison. Will camp here again in our motorhome.
Good location in Cody. Busy park. Sites are tight pull-throughs but good for Big rigs. No views or amenities but a nice place to stay while touring the area. Rate reflects weekly rate. Reservations are a must during the busy summer season. Will stay here again in our motorhome.
As others have mentioned this is a horse park. Although we did not have horses we throughly enjoyed our stay here. The owners and ranch hands are extremely friendly and helpful. Most sites are pull-throughs and good for big rigs. Beautiful setting about 4 miles south of Custer. Very busy on weekends. Reservations definitely recommended. Will stay here again in our motorhome.
Small campground with easy access from highway 90. Good place for a stopover while passing through. PA rate mid week. Only a few sites for big rigs due to low hanging trees. We had site #21 and it was fine. Will stay here again in our motorhome.
Very nice campground and terrific stopover place. Joliet is about an hour from Chicago but this is about the nicest private campground you will find in the metro Chicago area. Price reflects winter rate. Summer rate is $30 per night. Plenty of room for Big Rigs. Will stay here again in our motorhome.
Beautiful park. The sites are clean, large and spacious. Lots of trees everywhere making the park scenic and inviting but impossible to get satellite. It is tight for a big rig but do-able with the right site (sites 32, 33, 35, 44, 46 and 48 can easily accommodate big rigs). Some sites sloop down too much to get level in the larger motor homes. The few pull though sites are too tight with trees, and the dump station is too tight for 45 foot coaches. Excellent location close to Hermitage, Music Row and downtown Nashville. Can't beat the price with the Senior Pass. We will stay here again.
Good campground for an overnight stay. Easy on and off the highway. Plenty of room for big rigs. Some sites have shade and others don't which makes satellite access easy. Most are pull through sites that are long enough to keep toad attached. Not much in the area . We will stay here again.
Very nice recreation area just southeast of Columbus. Lots of activities in the summer. Campground needs updating. Bathrooms and showers are old. Too many low hanging trees. Saw lots of big rig motor homes scratching their sides and tops pulling into sites and turning corners. The new overflow area is treeless; however, the entrance is full of low trees. Would rate this park a 9 if the trees were trimmed. We will not stay here again.
As other reviewers have mentioned this is a mobile home park with RV sites. The owners are extremely helpful and very accommodating. The park is located about 25 minutes from downtown Atlanta and a few miles from Stone Mountain Park. Plenty of shopping nearby. The sites in the front of the park have open satellite access. Plenty of room for Big Rigs. This is the closest park to Atlanta and the west side of town. Much better than the park in Marietta and a lot less expensive than Stone Mountain. That being said there are no amenities other than a older laundry room. Given this, the weekly rate is a bit high. Good place to stay if you are visiting Atlanta and need a home base. We will stay here again.
Beautiful state park located about 30 minutes from Disney attractions and right off Route 27. Large full hook up sites with plenty of room for big rigs. Some sites do not have sewer hook-ups but the dump station is easy to maneuver. Campground is situated between two clean scenic lakes and is 3 miles from the main entrance. Lots of hiking and bike trails. Convenient to all kinds of shopping. Rate reflects senior Golden Pass discount. We will stay here again.
This is a nice campground outside of Columbus and close to highways. Good location in the country but close to tons of shopping and restaurants. Clean facilities with solid gravel roads and sites. Fills up on weekends but the weekdays were quite and pleasant. Nice long pull troughs in rear of the park. We will stay here again.
We have stayed at this park many times over the years and it has deteriorated quite a bit. The bathrooms and showers were not clean and the park had many unlevel camp sights. We were in a big rig and they assigned us to a very short, unlevel, impossible to maneuver site. Since the park was empty we moved to another more level place. While this is an okay campground to stay while touring Cleveland, it needs some TLC. We may or may not camp here again.
Great stop over park or place to stay while touring Chicago. Clean, close to the highway and large pull throughs for big rigs. Adjacent to the Casino which as redone after storms in 2009. Not far from the train which takes you to Chicago metro area. This place is far better then any other campground in the Chicago area. Will stay here again.
Open field camping with some shade in selected sites. Level and easy to maneuver for big rigs. Clean bathhouses. We had full hookups with 50 amp and partial shade. Perfectly good place to stay and convenient to the Sonora Twain Harte area. About an hour and 40 minute drive to Yosemite. Will stay here again.
A little too tight for big rigs. Only a few sites can really accommodate the 45 footers. Some of these sites are not level. The bathrooms are ancient but functional. The staff is terrific but the campground is a bit tired. Great place for smaller rigs. Close to the main Columbia area. If you have a big rig you may want to consider camping at the Sonora Fairgrounds. We will not camp here again only because it was a bit too tight.
Small, clean campground with two sections. Very friendly and helpful staff. Lower section is great for short stays with room for big rigs. Hill section is steep but fine for longer term big rigs. Many seasonals in hill section. Lots of trees but satellite was fine in a few of the sites. Make sure you request a satellite site when you make your reservations. Will stay here again.
Nice, well run campground with easy access on and off the highway. A little tight at the entrance but otherwise it's fine for big rigs. Plenty of big rig sites in the rear of the park. Great location for touring the Hagerstown area. Will stay here again.
Best campground in the Pittsburgh area. Fine for Big Rigs. Not too tight for a KOA and reasonably priced. Easy on and off highway. Nice playground for kids and a small fishing lake. Country setting about 1/2 hour from Pittsburgh. Will stay here again.
Seasonal visitors seem to have the best sites. Some places can be tight for big rigs. Lots of trees so satellite is hit or miss. Very busy campground with people coming and going en route to Estes Park. Only about 1/2 hour to 45 minute drive up the mountain to the park. Next time we visit the area we will probably take the rig into the town of Estes Park and find a campground closer to everything. Surprisingly this campground does take Passport America during the week so we were able to get a reduced rate for a few nights. We may or may not stay here again in our motor home.
Clean decent place to stay while visiting Boulder. Located about 15 miles from the campus and downtown area. Only sites 1-10 can handle big rigs. Filled on weekends. Electric and water only but a easy to maneuver dump station. Located right next to the humane society. It was interesting to see the many dog walkers pass the campground each day with every breed imaginable. Close to shopping and bike trails. Will definitely camp here again.
Okay for a few nights but definitely not a destination place. You camp right in the Casino parking lot. Conveniently located right off the highway and near truck stops and Camping World. Good drive-b y security. Water and electric only. Price too high for what you get but we will stay here again while passing through.
Decent place to stay while visiting Dubuque. Located right on the river the views are terrific. No sewer or water. Lots of trees but we were able to get satellite in our site which was close to the front of the campground. Nice bike and walking trails. Located right behind a decent casino. We will stay here again.
Plenty of room for big rigs. This is a small mobile home park which has about 12 pull-through transient sites - some shady and some open. Wide roads and packed gravel sites with patios. PA rate of $14 per night was great. No frills park. A good place to stay while touring the Houston and Galveston area. Will stay here again.
PA rate for four nights. Older park but very well maintained. In the back there is plenty of room for Big Rigs and very little highway noise. Gravel sites with cement patios. Clean restrooms and clubhouse. Nice workout room with equipment. Very convenient to downtown Austin. Will stay here again.
Clean, well maintained RV park. Rate reflects weekly stay. Cement pads, patios and good interior roads. Very Big Rig friendly. Windy, but that's to be expected on the Texas coast. Plenty of things to do and see in Port Aransas and Corpus Christi. Will stay here again if we are in the Corpus Christi area.
We stayed here four nights on the Passport America rate. Gravel with some grass. Long sites make it easy for Big Rigs. Convenient to downtown: either by car or the shuttle located in the campground. Nice pool and bar. Located on the river in a not so scenic area but fine for a short stay. We checked out other campgrounds while we were in the area and found Ponchatrain Landing to be the nicest. Will stay here again when we tour NOLA.
Without question the nicest RV park in Biloxi. Although it is fine for Big Rigs, some sites are too tight for the slides due to side hedges and a rear fence. Our assigned site was impossible to back into with our 45 ft motorhome. Fortunately the staff was very accommodating and we were able to get a larger site. With the right site this park is highly recommended as a place to stay while touring the Biloxi and Gulf Coast area.
Small campground less than a mile from I-10. As others have mentioned it is clean and very convenient for touring the Pensacola area. Motorhomes have a great view of the river and surrounding nature area. Easy in and out for big rigs. We spent 3 nights here and would stay again next time we visit the area.
Great little campground for an overnight stay. Right off I-75 but barely any highway noise. Clean and well kept. Big rigs are put in the back in a grassy area which is fine as you don't have to unhook. We've stayed at other campgrounds in Lake City and this is the best one by far. Will stay here again.
Good location for visiting Grand Rapids. Tight for big rigs. Many sites are unlevel but the sites toward the front of the campground seem better and easier to maneuver. Lots of trees so satellite reception might be an issue. Will stay here again only in the off season as it may be too tight if the campground is crowded.
Great campground in a good location for touring the Minneapolis area. Easy big rig access and nice sites. Beautiful, clean casino on property. Campground fills up on summer weekends so be sure to call ahead for reservations. Will stay here again.
Nice campground right off the interstate. Good location for visiting Missoula. Easy big rig access although some of the pull through sites are tight getting in and out due to the narrow roads. Manager doesn't want you to go on the grass to get into the sites yet the sites are too narrow with tow cars attached. Not too big a deal but something to consider at check in. Will stay here again but will make sure we have a better pull through site.
This place is a pit. The sites are dirt with many potholes and most are strewn with cigarette butts. Yes, they handle big rigs and not many campgrounds in the area can. Owners are indifferent to the fact that the washrooms and laundry room are filthy. Only stayed here to visit the Medora musical. Will dry camp in the state park next time around.
This is a great campground if you need a home base while touring Portland. Yes, the aircraft are noisy but they quit at night. There are lean restrooms and facilities and very helpful management staff. There are no real amenities, or trees, but the campground is convenient to downtown and some of the more interesting Portland neighborhoods. We will stay here again.
It is a good stopover park but expensive for one night. There are gravel roads and sites without any shade. Everything looked new and clean and access to I5 was a breeze. I would stay here again but would join CampUSA just to get the discount of half-off which would just about pay for the CampUSA membership.
Nice paved campground with good views of the Snake river if you can get a site in the front row. Other sites behind the front row are fine for Big Rigs but are close together. The campground is incredibly clean and tidy. Daily continental breakfast and newspaper was a plus. There is direct access to a fabulous bike/walking path which winds along the river. There is not much to do in Clarkston or Lewiston but this is a nice stop. We will stay here again in.
Easy access on and off the interstate. Clean, well managed. Good stopover park. A bit pricey for what you get but fine for a night or two. Truck stops located nearby for easy fueling. Will stay here again.
One of the best run KOA's in the entire network. This ia great campground close to the turnpike and interstates. Ideal for big rigs. Great location when staying in the Cleveland area. Clean and scenic. Will stay here again.
Typical small, tight KOA. This is the only real option when staying in Alamosa. OK stopover spot. Because it's in the desert, the campground roads are gravel and dusty. Facilities were clean. No landscaping to speak of. Will stay here again if we need to stay in Alamosa.
Great big rig park just outside of Moab. No shade but nice views, clean sites and bathrooms. One reviewer mentioned the lack of landscaping. That's no big deal as the views up are far better then the views down. Nice pool and showers. Will definitely stay again.
Very nice campground in a country setting. About 5 miles from the interstate but a good place to call home while touring the Kansas City area. Also a good place for campers with kids. Lots of fishing and a nice pool. The campground itself is clean, accessible and has good wifi. There seem to be a ton of work campers around the campground. The front office staff needs more training as they couldn't seem to check people in efficiently or take reservations over the phone very well. Nice big rig sites with plenty of room. Will stay here again.
Terrific campground a few miles from Durango. Beautiful views of the mountians. Very well maintained place. We stayed a week and noticed many other big rigs doing the same. Good wifi. The only thing that bothered us is that when we made the reservation we were told we would be in a premium site with lots of grass and a good view. We ended up in a premium site with nothing but gravel. The campground was not flexible in changing sites. Not sure why as there were plenty of other sites open. Even with that we would stay here again.
Great stopover park even though it's an older KOA. The owners are terrific. They take a tremendous amount of pride in keeping the campground neat, clean and accessible. Not much in Goodland, expect of course the 100 foot Van Gogh painting. What a hoot. Will stay in this campground again.
This is an interesting fairgrounds campground. While there are 1800 sites, only about 50 of them are level enough to handle big rigs. We were fortunate that we stayed when there wasn't much activity going on in the fairgrounds. The campground would be difficult to negotiate if it were crowded. If you do stay at off-event times, pick a site on the top of the hill and you will enjoy beautiful views of Des Moines. Call ahead to get directions to the campgrounds. May or may not stay here again in our motorhome. This is not a good place to stay for just a stopover as it is a bit tough to get into.
Nice, clean park full of trees and activities for kids. Tight entry road but no problem when going slow. We stayed in the back of the park where they put all the motorhomes. Good stopover or destination park. Significant improvements have been made in the last few years. We will stay here again.
Located right off the interstate. Highway noise is loud. Great stopover site or a place to headquarter while touring the Richmond area. Not a destination park but fine for a safe place to park the big rig for a few nights.
Fine for an overnight stay while visiting the Pittsburgh area. Large pull-throughs in an open field make it decent for big rigs. Not worth the $32 per night charge but not many parks to choose from in the area. Lots of seasonal campers. Close to turnpike and I-70. Would only stay here again if we had to.
Full gravel campground outside the grounds of Lowes Motor Speedway. Huges level, full hook up gravel sites. While not a great campground this is a perfect location for visiting Charlotte and the surrounding areas. We wish every major city had these types of accommodations. Large outlet mall and shopping just a mile away. Will stay here again.
Great park for a stopover in Jacksonville. Located right off I95 just north of Jacksonville. Large padded pull-through sites enable the larger rigs to keep tow cars attached. Clean showers and restrooms and nice pool. Will definitely stay here again.
Nice, clean campground close to Miami and just a mile from the Florida Turnpike. This is a county park that was almost empty in May. All electrical boxes were upgraded last year to 50 amps. This is great but next to the electrical boxes are brand new posts which can hinder slideouts on larger rigs. On some sites, the posts are too close to the cement pads making it impossible to keep larger rigs on the pads with open sliders. We were able to get a site with enough room.
A decent park to stay while touring the Detroit area. Close to highways and within a half hour to major attractions. The park is huge with about 500 sites. At least 90% of the sites are seasonal trailers. Weekends are busy, but mid week is quiet. The roads are dirt and dusty but not too bad. Plenty of room for big rigs in the transient sites with 50 amp service. If you need 50 amp you must ask for it when making reservations. Will stay here again as there are not too many good alternatives in the Detroit area.
Located right off highway and next to a Cracker Barrel. Easy on and off highway. A bit noisy during the day. Good location as a stopover coming from or going to Canada. Very nice and helpful park managers. Level grass sites. Will stay here again.
Located on the snake river and right off the highway. Mostly large pull through sites. Half the sites are shaded and half are open. Newer big rig pull throughs on grass allow for satellite reception but the highway traffic noise is loud during the day. Great place for an overnight stop but not too scenic for a longer visit. Would stay here again on our way through Idaho.
An OK campground for small RV's and tents. Very difficult for big rigs and fifth wheels. While the campground is on the river, only a couple of tent sights have river views. Great location close to the park entrance and not far from the small town of Three Rivers. Friendly camp manager who is in the process of upgrading. Would recommend for smaller RV's but not for big rigs.
This is an excellent campground for a few nights. Big pull throughs and easy on and off access to the highway. Situated in the back of one of the nicest casinos in Reno. No shade and only small trees. Since the campground was only 1/4 full there was plenty of space for everyone. Full use of all hotel facilities - pool, spa, etc. Just 50 minutes to North Lake Tahoe. Would camp here again in our motorhome.
We stayed here a week while visiting the sites around Cody. This is the best campground in Cody. Sites are fine for big rigs but you are close to your neighbors. Since most people are out sightseeing and not hanging around the campground the site sizes were not a problem. No shade but decent wifi. Would stay here again.
Great little campground right off the highway. Easy in and out. No trees or shade. Long pull-through sites for big rigs. No need to unhook. Owners are very helpful and friendly. Would definitely recommend for an overnight stop.
Great little rv park located right on the grounds of a huge equestrian center. No real amenities however the park is clean, safe and close to downtown Baton Rouge and LSU. As another reviewer mentioned, it can be crowded during LSU events. We had no issues as we arrived midweek and only stayed for 2 nights. The park is listed in both Woodall's and Trailer Life. DO NOT follow the directions given in these guidebooks as they suggest passing over railroad tracks impossible for rigs over 20 feet. We will stay here again in our Motorhome.
Great little RV park right off I-10 and about 10 miles east of Pensacola. A nice park to stay for a few days while visiting Pensacola. Both paved and gravel roads in the park. Family owned and run well. Everything is clean and neat. Road entering the park is a little tight but overall it's fine for big rigs. We will stay here again.
We stayed at this park 2 years ago and it was in much better condition back then. The park is fine for a quick overnight stay. There are a number of full time trailers and a few make-shift tents on the property. The bathrooms are terribly dirty and most of the sinks and stalls were inoperable. In the back of the park where they send most of the overnighters, a 4 foot fence separates the park from a colony of homeless people. We will find another place to stay in Lake City when we return.
This is a mini-park behind a gas station. It's right off the highway and easy to get into. A decent place to stay for a night while traveling through Arkansas. Clean sites but there are no facilities. Will stay again in our motorhome as we pass through.
Very clean RV park right off the highway but not too loud with highway noise. Just west of Oklahoma City. Helpful on-site manager. Sites are long and level. Good place to stay for a night or two while visiting Oklahoma City. We will return in our Motorhome.
Although close to Mobile, this is not a campground. It is a full time trailer park with 8 sites for transients. The park is for sale and the owner/manager does not seem interested in renting out overnight spots. In fact, he was downright rude. No restrooms, no facilities and a very narrow road make this a poor choice for an overnight stay in Mobile. We will not return.
Very nice campground located right off I-5 and about 7 miles north of Redding. Great location for Shasta Lake activities. Sites were level, clean and easy to access. Nice pool and new showers and bathroom facilities. Owners and desk staff are very friendly and helpful. Most sites have shade trees, which is helpful in the 100 degree plus Redding weather. Excellent Wi-Fi and decent cable TV. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a parking lot with hookups and generally a pit of a campground. It's the closest park to Vancouver which is right over the bridge. Negatives include small, tight sites, cost, and road/bridge noise. The only positive is that this park is close to a major shopping area and Vancouver. Would not stay here again. Would stay out in Surrey and drive into Vancouver. We were in a motorhome and at least we had insulation from the traffic noise. We felt sorry for the tent people who were less than 12 feet from the busy road.
Peaceful, quiet park about 15 miles from Seattle. Nice home base while touring the area. Lakeside sites are beautiful but occupied primarily by seasonal residents. Transient sites in the back of the park are quiet but not very level. A bit pricey given the unlevel sites but there are no better choices close to Seattle. Would stay here again.
Good place to stay for a few days when visiting the Portland area. Large, concrete pull through sites with plenty of grass between sites. No shade but since it's cool in Portland most of the time that's not a problem. Located next to Portland Airport and airplane take-off noise gets loud at times. Would stay here again.
Great park for families with young kids. Not so great for big rigs or people not interested in the adjacent waterpark. Sites too tight. Campground too noisy. The front desk staff was excellent and very accommodating.
Nice, clean, family run RV park. The owners care about the property and it shows. Located on Highway 101 about 5 miles south of Florence. The dunes are within walking distance. No real views but a good place to stay while exploring the area. Would definitely return.
Just over the Gerogia State Line in Bracey, Virginia this campground is more of a seasonal trailer park with about 50 transient campsites. Located about 5 miles from I85. Very shaded, hilly, narrow gravel roads and only 4 pull throughs (2 with sewer). The remaining sites were back ins. Nice people but facilities need a lot of TLC. Stayed 1 night.
Nice public campground on the resevoir. Reserved sites are located near a busy road with traffic noise but overall the sites are spacious, clean and scenic. Many seasonal and monthly trailers and motorhomes. Only a few miles from shopping. Convenient to downtown Jackson. We stayed for 6 nights and we would stay again.
Beautiful, clean and relatively new RV park. The Owners clearly put a lot of capital and time into making this lakefront park a family-oriented destination. Long, wide, level pull through sites with no trees (which is fine for us because we need satellite access). Lakefront sites are spectacular and in great demand. Other sites on the hill are spacious and have lake views. Good place to stay for a weekend or a week.