This is a beautiful park next to Lake Sakakawea. Rate is the PA rate. Our coach has air leveling only and is automatic, so when leveling in the back in site assigned, the levelers lowered the rear of the coach so much that it severely bent our mud flap. We were essentially parked in a grass field. We had to be careful backing in as there were deep ruts from previous occupants, probably due to heavy rains. It rained while we were there, but we had no trouble driving out of our space. The "sites" were spacious enough, and there are no trees blocking satellite reception. The staff was friendly and courteous. We might stay here again, but it would depend on the time of year.
Some tight spots. We were given a half moon pull through that was mostly level. The roads entering here are paved. It was a good spot for a couple of days to visit the Lewis & Clark exhibits and the Custer home. We were not here on a weekend, so it was pretty quiet.
This is our 2nd time at this PA park. Rate reflects PA discount. When we arrived there was no attendant on duty, so we paid with the envelope provided in the office area. This is basically a parking lot off of I-90 that has a little grass and some small trees. It's great for an overnight stop, but couldn't be called a destination. Generally, you just pick your spot, hook up and then go look for someone to pay. The electric, water, and sewer hookups were fine. One great thing about this park is that there is a restaurant in Plankinton named the Commerce Street Bar & Grill, about a mile away, that has GREAT steak! We have traveled extensively across the US for work and now while retired, and this little place makes a melt in your mouth filet mignon that is AWESOME! The best we have ever eaten...anywhere.
Stayed here for 6 nights while visiting the New Orleans area. On the north side of Lake Ponchartrain, about 4 miles from the causeway. This is a really nice park. Staff is friendly and helpful. No laundry. Only 5 of the 173 sites have sewer hook ups, however, there are two dump stations. If staying beyond your tank capacity days, I would definitely try to get a site with sewer, as it was a pain to unplug electric and water after 4 nights to use the dump station. Heavily wooded, however the trees had no leaves so there were no issues with satellite reception. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We arrived here just as the office was closing. The hostess was very nice, friendly, and accommodating. We were the last ones in for the night, so she gave us site one, a large pull through with full hook ups that was perfect for an overnight stay. Nothing bad to say about this facility. It was clean and well maintained. Quiet.
Stayed in this PA campground one night while traveling. Heavily wooded area. Very tight turn in to the entrance with a big rig and a toad. 7 full hook up sites available. No WiFi signal and we could not get our Verizon iPhones to produce a hotspot except very intermittently. Due to the season, no water available, and we didn't use the sewer at our site as there was no cap. Getting out was very tight as well, negotiating overhanging branches in the roadways which are all crushed stone, and definitely need maintenance. We were the only unit in the park except for what looked like a permanent TT in one of the sites up the hill. We would not stay here again.
Stayed here a week, and rate reflected weekly charge. Very, very nice park. Clean, level concrete pads, and nice space between most sites. Lots of long term units here, but all sites were well maintained. Two laundromats, one in the main office building and a second one in the auxiliary building across the street where expansion has opened additional sites. Staff very friendly and helpful. Super WiFi signal! We stayed here while visiting the Memphis area, and would definitely stay here again.
The only reason this isn't a 10 is because we arrived late and it was very dark in the park so we had trouble seeing the roads and finding our site that was assigned when we made the reservation. There was only one other RV in the entire park, so we ended up taking a pull through that was the first one we found. No host on duty when we arrived. We paid the next day as we were leaving. It was rainy and cold, but this park looked like it would be great in warmer weather. We would stay here again.
This is a private RV resort with rentals available from lot owners. We stayed here for 2 nights and it was a wonderful experience. All concrete paved lots with beautiful landscaping. Pride of ownership reflected in every site. Office staff friendly and helpful. We used the laundromat which was clean and fairly priced. If the opportunity arose, we would definitely stay here again.
Stayed here 4 nights to attend graduation at Lackland AFB which is nearby. This is a huge in-town park, with easy access to Sea World, Lackland AFB, downtown, and The Alamo. Dozens of restaurants close by. Level concrete pads. Extremely clean and well maintained. Large staff, knowledgeable and friendly. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. We stayed one night on our way to Texas. It was early in the season and it was still quite cold. No leaves on any trees so satellite reception was good. Friendly host who helped us get in to one of the few sites available due to rain and winter conditions. Minimum amount of leveling necessary. None of the facilities were open but that was to be expected due to the time of year. No issues here. Right off of I-40 west of St. Louis. We would stay here again.
The owner was great. He let us pick our site (there were only 3 other sites being used). The Wi-Fi was excellent due to a booster being installed. It is right in town where there were a couple of good restaurants. On UT Rte 12 with access to all of the recreational areas. A little tight for our 4 slides, and not much grass. We tend to stay away from trees so we can get satellite, but there were some well shaded sites available.
This park is laid out in two sections, requiring crossing of a road from the front section to the rear. The turns required to navigate each section in order to exit the correct way are extremely tight for a big rig with a toad. After dry camping for 3 nights, we stayed here in order to get electric and sewer for a night. It served our purpose, but there were some harrowing moments on leaving. I don't think we would choose this park again.
We stayed here for several days. Excellent access to the two nearby national parks, and right in the center of Moab. We have a 41 foot coach and were kind of crowded on the site. After the first night, we found that we couldn't get satellite even though they told us this was their best reception site. I did some looking around through the trees and found that instead of 55, 27 would be ideal. The management was very accommodating and let us move to 27 after the first night. Satellite reception was excellent there. The laundry facility was clean and had adequate machines which were in great condition.
This campground is essentially a gravel parking lot with RV sites. Full hookups are available. The hostess was pleasant and accommodating. Even recommended a nice little bar and grill in town. This place was perfect for an overnight stop on the way to Denver. We were able to drive into our site, and did not have to unhook the toad, although we did to drive into town for dinner. Nothing fancy, just a place to park and hook up. Great for its purpose.
We were here 3 years ago, and were pleasantly surprised by the many improvements made by the new owners. The last time there was a definite water drainage problem and that has been corrected nicely. We stayed here for 2 nights. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. The site was level and spacious with trees at each site. There were picnic tables and fire rings at all sites we saw. We liked this park for its location the last time, and liked it even more this time because of the obvious attention to maintenance from the new owners. There used to be a repair facility on site, but that is no longer as the old repair facility is now the new office and store. The new owners have chosen to live in the previous office. We would come here again.
This was a very nice campground. The hosts were extremely helpful and friendly. Our site was a large pull through with shade trees, and we were still able to get a signal on our rooftop satellite dish. The park is north of town and on a quiet side road. There was a train that went through, but that only added to the ambiance. Everything was clean and neat. We are just 2, without children, so we can't speak about the pool or other amenities. We would stay here again.
Small, but nice little campground. We arrived right at dinner time, and the host was cooking ribs. They were delicious! We stayed one night. The site was gravel and pretty level. Large enough to hold our 40 foot rig without crowding. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here in September, 2011 for 6 nights. We were extremely pleased with this facility. The sites are large with excellent space between each campsite. This park accommodates all sizes of coaches and travel trailers. Our stay was during a busy holiday weekend and all 62 sites, plus tent camping was full. Even so, it was peaceful and quiet. The folks in the office were pleasant and gracious. This campground afforded us easy and quick access to Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Jewel Cave, Custer State Park, the Needles Highway, and other Black Hills attractions. We would stay here again.
This was our second time staying here. It's close to all of the Indiana Amish areas in Napanee, Middlebury, Goshen, Shipshewana, etc. Easy access to all of the Elkhart RV factories and surplus store. Easy access to the RV Museum and Hall of Fame in Elkhart. The people here are friendly and helpful. This is a large park with a variety of sites for big rigs and others. There is a clutch of seasonal sites as well. The only drawback is they don't take debit or credit cards, or checks. Plan ahead. A lady at the office said they would have them soon, though.