Our rate is daily rate with Good Same discount. A beautiful, quiet, serene park. Although close to Hwy 231 you can not hear any road noise. Wi-Fi works well if parked close to one of the antennas. We would stay again if we are ever in Troy again.
Our rate was for a pull-through site near the beach with a Good Sam discount. This is the best camp ground in Biloxi. Close to the beach and casinos. The Wi-Fi does not work unless you are close to the office building. We loved our site across the street from the beach. Close to Beach Blvd, but street noise was not a problem. But after a week without Wi-Fi we moved to a spot closer to the office. Wi-Fi worked great, but you are much closer to the train tracks that are right behind the park. A loud train goes by at least twice in 24 hours. It can be very loud at night, but does not last very long. It did not bother us. We will stay here again next time we are in Biloxi.
Our rate was for a premium water front site with a Good Sam discount. They accept PA for their inside sites. This is a great campground with a marina as well with boat, jet ski rentals available. A nice, relaxed, tropical atmosphere. The shuttle into the French Quarter was convenient and we used it a lot. If you need Wi-Fi, it was not working when we were there. They said they were working on a new system, but a long time resident said the problem has been a long time issue. There is a great BBQ restaurant on site. We camped in a motorhome and will make this our spot whenever we visit New Orleans.
We stopped here for 1 night while in transit. Needed to get in and hooked up in time to watch the SuperBowl. Very pretty location right along a river. Some back in sites are right on the river. They have kayaks for rent. Sites are nice and roomy. Cable worked well. Wi-Fi signal was slow. Hosts were very nice. Would stay here again.
This is a wonderful COE campground. We stayed for a long weekend and very much enjoyed it. Sites are large, many with shade trees. Most sites have a view of the lake and have a covered picnic table. Restrooms and showers were large and very clean. Will definitely camp here again.
Stayed here 1 night while in transit. This park is very well kept and the owners are very nice. All sites are pull through. There are many full time campers and they occupy the front rows. The short term visitors are placed in the back rows. This is Ok because there is nothing on either side or in back of the RV park. However, it is too far from the office to get a usable Wi-Fi signal. You will have to go to the TV room to use the Wi-Fi. Dog friendly with a fenced dog yard. I would stay here again.
We stayed here for just 1 night while in transit. Top of the Hill is literally on top of the hill right above I-10. Although literally on top of a hill, don't let that intimidate you. It did us as we were newbies. It is very well laid out for big rigs to get in and navigate. Beautiful views. The wi-fi worked very well. We could get all the local TV stations with just the rig TV antenna. The jacuzzi was closed or not working. Nice club house/room. Many seasonal residents. Everyone was very friendly. I would stay here again.
We stayed here 1 night while visiting the caverns. This park is outside and north of Carlsbad town and about a 30 min drive to the caverns. But it is the nicest campground in the Carlsbad area. Big, roomy sites with patches of grass throughout. Although, during the winter months there are a lot of stickers that my dog kept getting in his paws. Very pet friendly with fenced dog yard. Cable TV worked OK, but we were unable to get the wi-fi to work at any usable speed. They have their own Texas style BBQ that is delicious. You pre-order, and they will deliver to your rig, or you can eat on the patio. There are a lot of full timers, many were oil workers in the area. But everyone was friendly. I would stay here again.
This park was great for being in Quartzsite in Jan. when the RV show is in town. It is close enough to the tent, yet far enough away to be out of the crowds. The park was full and very busy. Many seasonal campers with dirt bikes, ATVs, etc. Everyone was friendly. The driveways are asphalt ,and the spots are gravel, so the dust is less. The laundry room was large, lots of machines and clean. We were parked far from the main building so the wi-fi signal just was not strong enough. Had to go to the club room to use the wi-fi and that worked great. No cable. We used portable satellite dish. Many guests had very tall antennas that picked up stations from Phoenix. They have a restriction on the size of dogs. Must be under 35 lbs. They had a small fenced dog yard. If in Quartzsite again, I'd stay here again.
We stayed here for 3 nights in January. It is an older park, but very well maintained. Most all spots are large pull through. Rigs are parked in opposite directions with hook ups between them. There is a privacy fence between you and the rig on the other side. Very pet friendly. Gave dog biscuit when we registered. Huge fenced dog yard about 300 ft. long by 20 ft wide. Has a nice jacuzzi and the showers were roomy and clean. Same with laundry room. They had wi-fi and cable TV. The cable was a bit fuzzy, but OK. Even though we were parked close to the main building the wi-fi just did not work. Had to go inside to the beautiful living room of the main building to use wi-fi.
We stayed here twice in January. The pool was heated and very clean, and the jacuzzi was wonderful. Showers are roomy and very clean. Love the laundry room. You can use a credit card instead of quarters and you can program to get a text when your machine is finished. Very pet friendly with huge (approximately 1 acre) fenced in dog yard. Great on site restaurant for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They pick the trash up from your site. TV cable worked well as well as the wi-fi. There are wi-fi antennas throughout the park; however, it really slows down at peak user times, i.e. morning and evenings. Definitely will stay here again.