Nice park laid out like a drive in movie. The only grass is in the dog park. If you have a dog try to get a spot near the dog park as the gravel is hard on their feet. This is desert country & it takes a long time for water to soak into the ground. The office/gift shop was very nice as was the laundry. The people running the park were very nice & helpful.
The campground is wooded making for pretty scenery & shaded sites. It also means you don't get a satellite signal. The laundry was clean but very crowded and not very large. The gift shop/office was quite nice. The park is close to downtown. It has an RV/car wash. We had no problem with the electric dropping like we did in another park in town.
This is the only park in town. The other one burned down and there are other parks west of town. From this park you can walk to the grocery store, the department store, the sign forest, the Northern Lights Center, a restaurant, the library, bank & post office. It has an RV/car wash. The cable is pretty good for Canada. The owner subscribes to more than one cable company and mixes up what he sends out to the sites. The Wi-Fi was fine but we were right next to the office. I saw someone carrying his laptop up to the office so maybe the signal doesn't reach the entire park. At the time we stayed there was only one site with 50 amps. It is right next to the office and that was the site we had. The owner is very personable.
Satellite signal not available in all sites. Some of the sites are narrow and it is hard to get your slides open. On our way up we stayed in a narrow sight with no satellite signal. On our way back we knew which sight we wanted and we had no problem with satellite or the width of the site. Wi-Fi is timed. You are issued coupons and each one is good for an hour. Once you log on your hour starts, if you only need 15 mins it still costs you the whole hour. We had no problem getting more coupons though. They have an RV wash; not the best but certainly welcome. The laundry room is very clean but the most expensive of any on our 12,000 mile trip from Florida to Homer, Alaska. They have entertainment; musicians and dog sled people. The gift shop is very nice and the people running it and the office are very friendly also. You get a discount at one of the gas stations across the street. I would recommend Fast Eddies Restaurant also.
This park is a hole cut out of the earth where they pack in as many RV's as possible. The electric is very poor. The park was full & we were at the end of the line. We lost power completely the second night we were there. The morning of the 3rd day the power fluctuated so badly that it kept tripping our Progressive surge protector. We had to disconnect from the power to keep from frying our electronics. The good things about the park are it is close to town. The laundry room is very clean & very large. It has a very good RV/car wash that was in great demand while we were there. It also has fuel at a discount for park guests. We were also able to get a satellite signal. We did not stay here on our way back home because of the power issues but I would probably stay here when the park was not so full.
This is a large park with new owners. They are currently updating the park and making repairs. They should make the laundry a priority. They do have a very nice pool and an exceptional dog park. There is a garbage can by each sight. Ours really smelled. They also recycle behind the office. The hostess was very friendly. If you want a quieter site I would recommend not staying up by the road.
This is a nice park for an overnight stay. The property looks out over a pretty lake. Our site had a lot of poops on it, but they did not seem to be from a dog but probably a wild animal. We had to be careful where we stepped.
This is a nice campground; however, being summer and so near the Dells it is loaded with families with small children. We have no problem with this, but it also means lots of pit fires. Unfortunately, the campers next to us had a fire going day and night burning plastic and garbage. When we explained that the smoke was coming into our RV they did not care. When they left the fire unattended we contacted the office. The hostess put out the fire and said she would speak to them. We were leaving the next morning so we don't know if it had any affect. There was virtually no cell service. We must have been in a valley. There was plenty of shade in the park. There is a playground, but it is located next to the dump. The laundry is very nice.
This is a very clean small RV park along with a hotel. Big sites with grass and a nice picnic table. Hostess is very friendly. They do recycle glass and aluminum. It was very quiet. Unfortunately, when we stayed virtually every road in town was under construction. If you call the hostess, they will give you directions around it. This park was close to Pepin, Wi. the birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder. There is an Eagle Sanctuary in Wabasha that is well worth the trip. We also visited a unique toy store and stone carver.
This is a county campground. It is very nice and conveniently located to the Mall of America. The county sheriff patrols the park regularly. Reservations are needed if you want to stay on a weekend, otherwise , you are likely to find it booked up. They do recycle, but the recycling bins and garbage cans are located by the exit. You can either walk to them or drop your garbage on your way out of the park. It makes it inconvenient.
This park is adjacent to Mystic Casino and was absolutely lovely. The laundry was very clean, but you had to have an access card to get in. It is the same access card used for the showers and restrooms. There is a $5 deposit for the card and you get $3 back when you leave. They have a very nice indoor RV/Car wash. They also sell fuel, but I never saw anybody buying it so I don't know how "fresh" it would be. There were trash receptacles by each site. It was a nice park to walk around. There was a nice playground for kids. It has a storm shelter. One draw back is you share your site with your neighbor. You pull in one way they pull in the other way. This makes you so close you can literally shake hands out the window and you can hear each other's phone conversations.
The campground is fine for an overnight stay. There was Wi-Fi but no cable. We did get satellite signal and antenna reception. I certainly was surprised to see a sign by the lagoon that warned of alligators. I thought it was a joke - so I Googled it. There have been alligators in the area. People get them as babies and throw them out when they get bigger. One was found frozen in March.
This is a nice park with plenty of open land for kids to play and plenty of space to walk the dogs. The scenery is very pretty. We were able to pick up satellite signal and antenna reception. The electric and water hookup is a twin connection that you share with your neighbor. The host was very friendly. One draw back is the frontage road leading to the park is long and gravel. Coming in was okay if you drove slowly because it was dry, but in the morning when you left your RV was wet from dew and the dust stuck to it making mud and necessitating getting it washed.
Very nice small family run park. The hostess and her granddaughter were very friendly and helpful. There was Wi-Fi, but no cable. We got satellite signal and antenna reception. It was a nice park for a stopover and we would stay there again.
Nice park right in town. We could not get Wi-Fi signal because the park was full. We did get satellite signal and antenna reception and there was cable. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. It is a very popular park.
The sites in this park are situated in 3 rings and you parallel park making your slides and awnings be in the middle of the traffic lane. It made for somewhat difficult maneuvering. There is a nice laundry, however it is located in the back of the office. The office is the "basement" of the host's home. The door leading to the upstairs living quarters is in the laundry room. Consequently, the outside door to the laundry is locked unless you go to the office and ask them to unlock it. When I wanted to use the laundry the host was out mowing and the hostess had gone out for a while. The office was locked and I wasn't able to get to the laundry till he was through mowing. No big deal. There is no RV/Car wash, but there is one in town. The only real restaurant in town is Pizza Hut. There was cable and WiFi and we were able to get satellite signal and antenna reception. There are no discounts at this park. They say their rates are low enough. This is a park that asks you not to leave your pets alone even in your unit. This park is just over the border. Several of the guests, including us, were at this park because the park in Great Falls was full up. It is a nice park though and I would recommend it as a stopover.
Beautiful park with a nice pool and a nice dog park. Kind of expensive if you are not a member or have Passport America. Our rate is Passport America and also reflects a $3 a day per dog (we have two dogs) fee. We had no problem with satellite signal or antenna reception. The park was quiet. Lethbridge is a pretty good sized city. We stayed here on our way back to the states. It is about 60 miles from the border.
My big complaint about this park is I reserved a site with "full hookup". Full hookup means water, sewer and electric. After I paid I was informed there was no sewer. Only ten sites in camp have sewer and those go to long term guests. The hosts said maybe they should tell people that before they pay (because once you pay you are stuck). There is no RV/car wash, but there is one in town. We took our car there. Fortunately, since the campground would not even allow us to clean our windshield with a bucket of water, the gas station we stopped at on the way into town was full service. The attendant not only pumped our fuel and propane, but he cleaned the windshield! The park was flooded in spots because of all the rain they had. Luckily it was mostly gravel otherwise we would have been stuck in the mud. There is a gate entering and exiting the park. The gate into the park doesn't normally open till close to check 11:00. The outgoing gate doesn't open till 7:00, but the host did have it open for us by 6:00 when we told him we wanted to leave early. The campground has a gate connecting it to the Memorial on Charlie Lake. The town of St. John was very nice with lots of stores and restaurants and a very helpful visitor center.
Nice enough camp, but bees swarmed the front of the RV's making it almost impossible to get in or out of the coach without one or more of them getting in. The owner said they were attracted to something in the front of the coaches that they liked to eat. The laundry room was okay. The park is close to a museum with antique vehicles that we wanted to see but didn't want to deal with the bees. We had trouble getting a satellite signal. There were no trees or mountains or thick clouds to block it. Our system found the signal and the guide came up, but no picture. It was like something was blocking it. There is a restaurant on the property, but we didn't try it.
Park is nestled between two mountains making for some nice views. Not able to get satellite because of mountains. One of the full timers said you might get it on a clear day. No cable. Goats are being raised on the adjacent property. They come up to the fence to eat the grass.
This camp seemed to be the nicest in Anchorage that we came across, but that isn't saying much. No cable and satellite was not available in all spots and even then intermittent. The laundry room was none too clean, but there were a lot of machines. The sites were VERY narrow. Our tow car had to be parked right up against the RV door. People with pick ups had to relocate them when someone was arriving or leaving. Watching the 5th wheels try to park was our entertainment. It would take them 45 of jockeying back and forth with multiple other campground guests helping. The park is close to town.
Nice enough park. The host is really proud of his clean restrooms/showers. When we told him we didn't need to use them he seemed really disappointed and asked if we didn't at least want to see them. It was hot when we were there and we were not able to run both air conditioners without tripping the circuit. I didn't use the laundry, but it is in the office and it looked very clean. No sewer hook up. We were able to pick up satellite signal. They do offer a pet sitting service. Another park is about a half hour away. This park was quiet and off the main highway a bit. A word to the wise. Fill up your gas tanks before you get to this area. Fuel is very expensive and not plentiful.
This park was nice enough, close to Fairbanks (it is actually in North Pole) and the Christmas shops in North Pole, but we were there during a 90+ heat wave. The last day a caravan pulled in and they were not able to deal with the draw of two air conditioners per RV running and kept tripping the circuit breaker. We were asked to run only one. The caravan group were going out for the evening and were given permission to run their generators for their pets safety in case the power went out. There is a free RV/car wash (hose & water only) at the adjacent gas station. We asked if we could run our generator and use our power washer and were told we could. The laundry room was fine. The park hostess was friendly and helpful. There were pamphlets in the office from an emergency vet service. You never know when you might need it.
The RV portion of this park is a good place for a stopover. It has no sewer or cable but it does have electric & water. The pickings are kind of slim in this neck of the woods & we were grateful for this park. If you are on your way or coming back from Alaska this park gives you the opportunity to rest up before beginning your arduous journey. It is close to the border (minutes from Canadian Customs & 20 miles from US Customs). I do recommend the RV park.
This camp is just like the town of Hyder, and that isn't saying much for it. The park advertises sites with sewer but there are none. It advertises US TV reception but they have no cable. We were able to get satellite reception. The young man in the office was only there about two hours on the day we stayed. After he left the power went out. I understand there are two things to do in Hyder: see the bears catching salmon in August and see the glacier about 8 miles out of town.
Beautiful view of the racing river from your front window from the upper tier area. We were able to get satellite. There are only two parks in the area; this one with full services and a government park with no services for $5 a night less. They do have an RV wash, which can come in handy.
This park is okay. The spaces are short and narrow. There are lots of full time residents. The couple who own the park had just recently bought it. Maybe they will make improvements, given time. The female host is nice and helpful, the man not so much. We had trouble using the Wi-Fi. They do have cable and we were able to get a satellite signal. The laundry is clean enough. Unfortunately we stayed there during the caterpillar infestation. They come every 7 years and the ground was loaded with them. You crunched them when walking outside. You had to make sure they didn't come inside on your clothes. They were totally gross.
This campground is much more rustic then Banff so if that is what you are looking for this campground is for you. The driveways & sights were muddy & potholed. The woods were thick preventing satellite signal in all but a couple of sites. Antenna TV brought in one channel. The town of Jasper isn't much. In addition to the cost of the site there is a reservation charge & you have to pay to get in the park. That said the wildlife is incredible. We stayed in an elk calving area & watched an elk give birth. The mama elks & their babies would wander right outside your RV door.
We had site 746. The view out our front window was like someone had painted a picture. The view to the rear of our RV was gorgeous, too. We were even able to get satellite signal. The town of Banff has lots of shops & restaurants. There was only one gas station in town that sold diesal & we had to unhook to get in there. Unfortunately in addition to your campsite cost you have a reservation fee & you have to pay to get into the park. But it was worth it. I wished we had stayed longer.
This was a nice park, convenient to the border. Not all sites are able to get a satellite signal. There is a strict pet policy and a small fee for having pets but there is a nice fenced area for pets and a park adjacent to the campground as well. We had no problem. It is convenient to shopping. The laundry is clean.
Our site was up on the hill & we were pretty much alone, so that was nice. We were able to get a satellite signal there but I'm pretty sure you wouldn't in the treed area. If you don't like the sound of trains, don't stay here. The tracks literally run on the property & start at 4:00 AM. There is an off leash area for dogs but it wasn't usable. It is an old vineyard strewn with barbed wire & overgrown grass. The laundry is so-so on cleanliness and one of the dryers barely put out any heat. The owners are very friendly and helpful, and the park is within an hour of the Canadian border.
This is a very friendly, well maintained park with lots of seasonal guests who's sites look better than a lot of people's houses. It is a very nice park to walk around. There is a gate that closes at night to keep people out, but you can leave at any time. We would stay here again.
This park is unique. I wish we could have stayed longer. There is no laundry and no restrooms or showers. There is no cable or Wi-Fi. They don't take credit cards, but will take a check although cash is preferred. It is in a little town at the end of the road on the property of the homeowners. I would strongly recommend reservations. The owners are on the lookout for you and when you arrive the husband comes out & directs you where to park. The wife comes out brings you a garbage can for your site and registers you at the picnic table. She tells you all about their town and what is available to see in the area. For such a small town there was a lot we would have liked to see. The husband can tell you all about agate rocks which are prevalent in the area. They are very pet friendly and have 2 dogs themselves. They made us feel like family. We plan to make a trip back to that area of Montana and hope to be able to stay there again.
We stayed here over the Memorial Day weekend & loved it. The sites were big enough and level. We were able to get satellite signal. The laundry was clean and they had a nice shop in the office. A newspaper is included in your rate, but if you don't want it they will subtract the cost. We were parked facing an area of Condo/ Townhouses and there was a nice grassy park like area between us and them for our dogs to exercise. If you stay here go eat at Maddox House in Perry. It is a family owned restaurant that the park hosts recommended and we really enjoyed it.
We stayed here 2 nights. The park is a little out of the way. The sites were concrete, but very uneven and we had a terrible time leveling. The staff was friendly & accommodating. The most memorable part of our stay was the overwhelming stench the first night we were there. We thought a sewer had backed up. It turns out there is a nearby "feed farm" and when the wind comes from the east you have to close up the windows and stay inside. Forty a night with a discount is a bit much to spend for a park that smells to that extent.
This is a beautiful park with most sites being spacious concrete pads. It does have a storm shelter which came in handy since we were there the day the tornado hit Moore to our south. Not all sites get satellite signal. It was quiet even though we were parked up against the road. We stayed here 2 days and would stay again.
We reserved a deluxe full hook up sight for $38, but found the site so uneven that we had to pay to upgrade to a concrete site to be level. The sites were also pot holed and muddy. There had been some recent rain, but not enough to warrant the park's condition. Other than that, the park was okay. We just stayed overnight.
We have stayed at this park twice. It is a very pretty park. It is pet friendly and there are 2 pet walking areas. There are lots of bushes and flowers and grass planted around the park with signs asking you to keep your pets off. It is a quiet park and the hosts are friendly. Cash or check only.
We really enjoyed this campground. We faced the water and the view was fantastic. No problem with the Wi-Fi or cable. We were able to get a satellite signal with no problem. The laundry room was clean with plenty of washers and dryers. It is housed with the showers and has an attendant. Sites were spacious. It is close to the spit and downtown. It is easily the nicest park in Homer.