I have to give this a 10 even though there's no sewer or Wi-Fi because it is so nice. Our rate is the senior 1/2 price rate. Our site was riverfront with a million dollar view, was very spacious, level,and with a parking spot beside the RV, so you don't need to factor in the car length when determining how long a site you need. The locks are within view and easy to walk to. There is a playground and a sand volleyball court. The host is very friendly, and the campground is very clean. We had very good Verizon cell service and hotspot Internet. We could not pick up a Dish Network satellite signal, probably due to the trees. Those with DirecTV had satellite. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice, quiet city-run campground located a short distance from I-40. The sites and campground are very clean and spacious with a woodsy feel. Our pull-through site was asphalt and level. The sites are first come/first served and on the honor system for payment, so bring cash. We had good Verizon cell service with adequate Verizon hotspot for Internet. We couldn't get satellite, but there was heavy cloud cover, so it's possible that was why. We were able to get 4 over-air channels. We would stay here again.
Our rate is the America the Beautiful pass rate. This place is gorgeous, peaceful, and very clean. The site was asphalt and fairly level. We had a large picnic table area overlooking the lake. They have some double sites (double cost) if you're traveling with someone. The town of Jasper is about 15 min. or so away for shopping/restaurants. We had no Verizon cell service, but our Verizon hotspot worked fine for internet. We could, however, get cell service if we went to the entrance to the park. If they had sewer hookups, I'd give it a 10. We would stay again if in the area.
Very convenient if you're visiting Graceland as it's next door. You just walk through a gate opening, so no parking fee. It's located on a main drag, but is behind a hotel, so no road noise. There is 24 hr. security. There's enough room between sites to be able to use the table and put out your awnings. The site was grass and was fairly level. We had a back-in site, but there are mostly pull-thru sites, and some have shade. The WiFi was very good. We would stay there again if in the area.
This is a fabulous place. Rate reflects a Passport America discount. Our site was a concrete slab that was level. Our ful hookup, pull-through site had a woodsy view out the front. Some sites have a water view, and some have a little "valley" view. The Wi-Fi worked great. They're having issues with the cable provider, so we didn't have cable. If we had, I would have given them a 10. We would absolutely stay here again if in the area.
Very nice state park. If they had sewer I'd give them a 10. The site was fairly level and was a pull-through. Campground was clean, and the ambiance was just what you'd expect for a state park--very woodsy. Shopping/restaurants were 15 minutes away. Not all sites are 50 amp, but they have quite a few to choose from. f.y.i. - If you are going with a group who are staying in the cottages, they are far away from the campground. You must drive out of the park and go through another entrance to get to the cottages. That was a little inconvenient, but we managed. We would stay there again if in the area.
We needed an easy place off I-75 for an overnight while traveling. This fit the bill for that. - Can't beat the Passport America rate for full hookups, cable, and good Wi-Fi. Also, it was a pull-through site that was level, and the park was clean. It was very rough looking which gave us a moment's pause. We had a moment of wondering if our bikes, that were mounted on the back of our car, would be there in the morning. We stayed anyway, and everything worked out fine. Not sure if we would stay there again if needing an easy overnight.
This is an excellent park. It is woodsy and has a state park feel, but has all the hook-ups, which are important to us. The internet connection was excellent and the cable had plenty of channels. We had a quiet, corner pull-through site (#317). Shopping and restaurants are 5 miles or so away. The staff was very friendly and helpful on check-in and later when we made arrangements for family to come stay for a few days. The CG and bathrooms were very clean. We will definitely come here again.
Great campground with a nice view. The site was a 50 amp, full hook-ups, level pull thru with ample room between sites. The campground was very clean. The owners are very friendly. They have a snack bar in the store with excellent BBQ pork sandwiches as well as other offerings. The campground is easy access off I-81. There is some road noise, but it was not a bother for us. Wi-Fi worked great. There's lots of space to walk the dog, and they are very pet friendly. Since the campground is new, there aren't any trees for shade, but this wasn't a problem for us. We would camp here again.
Nice clean campground. Staff was friendly at check in. Site was a level, 50 amp, FHU pull-thru with ample room between sites. Our section had trees, but we were able to get antenna reception. WiFi mostly worked well, but had moments of slowing down to not working at all. Very convenient to Gettysburg and visiting surrounding sights. Plenty of space for walking the dog. Rate reflects a combination of Passport and Good Sam discounts.We would stay here again.
We really liked this park. We would've stayed longer if we didn't need to get to our destination, plus the rate was very good compared to others. We stayed on the lower level in a long, level, gravel pull-through with 50 amp FHU. There are no trees on the lower level, but nice views and an open field. Good space between sites. The lower level is easy in and out. The upper level has trees, but most, if not all, are back-ins. Lots of space to walk the dog. The Wi-Fi was excellent, which was a change as most places we've stayed have had lousy Wi-Fi. I think the cable listed on their website means there's cable access for longtimers. We weren't able to get cable, and the lady in the office wasn't sure about it, so we used our antenna and were able to get 4 local channels. The CG was clean, and there's a cute, quaint office/store. Friendly staff. We would stay here again.
All-in-all this was a nice, clean campground with a very nice staff. There was plenty of space to walk or walk the dog. There is a one-time pet fee ($5.00). It has plenty for kids to do with some activities such as an ice cream social. The sites are fairly close together, but doable. Our site was a pull-thru and was level. The WiFi is non-existent, so you'd better have your own. I wish campgrounds would not advertise they have it if it's lousy. Now - if road noise is a problem for you, DO NOT stay on the back section. You are almost on the thruway. The front section would not be too loud, in my opinion. In fairness to them, they did inform me of the road noise, but in a discussion about it, was told it isn't too bad. I guess that's relative to one's perspective. We would stay here again only if we could stay in the front section.
Nice park. We had a back-in 30 amp full hook up that was level. There's lots of walking space and open spaces for a view and dog walking. There's also a field to let the dog run off leash. The campground was very clean. My only complaint was the slow and spotty Wi-Fi. Don't advertise it, if it's lousy. The only cable available is for long-timers who set up their own cable separate from the campground. There is road noise from the highway, but not a bother for us. Our rate reflects a GS discount. If going to Toronto, the train leaves Milton very early in the a.m. We drove about 20-30 minutes to Oakville to take the 40 minute train ride into Toronto. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice, clean park. It is easy access from the Interstate and an easy drive to Springfield. Most sites are pull-through,shady sites. The cable has 12 channels and the Wi-Fi worked really well. There is a large playground area for kids, a pool (didn't use), and plenty of room to walk the dog. Our site was level and had a really nice view of a soybean field. The owners are very nice, helpful, and accommodating. There is some road noise from the Interstate. It was not bothersome for us at all, but if someone is sensitive to noise, they should take heed. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We would stay here again.
This was a nice campground. Our FHU site was gravel and level. We didn't have much shade, but there were other shaded sites. Some sites had a nice view of the surrounding area. There was plenty of space outside the campground to walk. The WiFi worked very well. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Rate reflects a 15% GS discount for writing a check (10% if use CC). We would stay here again.
This is a wonderful CG. It is very clean with lots of trees. Our site (B37) is riverfront, shaded, peaceful, and the views are stunning. The site is asphalt, but a little unlevel. The site next to us (B36) is a level concrete pad with a parking space. There is plenty of walking/biking space and lots of room for the dog. If it had sewer it would be perfect. All of the waterfront and water view sites (some 50 amp/some 30 amp) are reservable, so probably harder to get last minute. We got lucky as we got ours as a walk up. The non-reservable sites are still very nice even though not waterfront or view. Our rate includes the ATB/senior pass discount. We would definitely stay here again.
Very nice CG with open spaces, woodsy and lake views. Lots of ducks and geese in the lake. The land driving into the CG and surrounding the CG, is gorgeous. The CG owner is very helpful and hospitable. There are permanent campers on the outer edges, but they are out of the way and not a problem at all. Our site had no shade, but there are shady sites available. The WiFi worked very well, and we were able to use our satellite for TV as our site had no trees. Pull-through site is a mix of gravel and grass and is very solid and level. No credit cards taken, but will take a check. Easy 15-20 minute drive to Vicksburg. We would stay here again.
This is a charming, woodsy campground with a museum, grist mill, pioneer farm, and other historical buildings. We were here during the week, and there were plenty of sites available. It appeared as if a few of the locals came in, parked their RVs, and left. I suspect they're coming back for the weekend. This place probably fills up quickly on the weekends. A few of the sites have 50 amp,and all in the loop we were in (#1) have sewer. The 50 amp sites are on the first driveway and have ample space between sites. Some of the sites on the water seemed closer together. The WiFi worked really well. We were unable to get satellite TV due to the trees and used our antenna, so our channel choices were limited. The sites are gravel, but ours wasn't very level. There are hiking/biking trails and lots of places to walk and take the dog. Hard to beat the price for FHU. It includes a 15% senior discount. We would camp here again.
We haven't been here in over 20 years and are wondering why, since it's close to home. It is a wonderful place: exceptionally clean. Most sites are shaded, all have a concrete slab for the RV, and a patio or deck area. Ours had a swing, and we backed up to woods. There is plenty to do including a rodeo ($15.00/$8.00) and petting zoo/pony ride (free/$5.00). There is even a church on site (casual dress). There is plenty of space to ride bikes and take walks. We will definitely be back.
This place is great. We are lakefront (site #43) in a pull-through site on a concrete slab. The lake view and woodsy view are equally fabulous. The rate for a FHU can't be beat. There's plenty of grass for the dog at our site and plenty of room to take walks. There's a beach, but we didn't walk to it, so can't comment. The cable worked well, and we had good Verizon connection. Shopping and restaurants are close. We would definitely camp here again.
I was concerned about this park because we booked last minute without reading reviews. Once I read the bad reviews I expected problems. I can honestly say we didn't encounter what the previous posters did. The registration person was friendly & helpful. We didn't hear the bus & RV noise, but we also weren't in the 100# campsites. After a hard rain, there weren't any more puddles than would be expected. We walked around to inspect. I also didn't see rules posted everywhere, and I looked for them. The rules were normal rules and were on the park map/information sheet that is given at registration. Our site didn't have shade, but a lot of sites do. Our site was a little harder to level, but not a big deal. Other sites looked level. Cable worked fine, however the WiFi was slow so I used my own. There was plenty of space between sites. There is a shuttle that the desk can arrange to take you downtown if you don't want to drive. Opryland Hotel and restaurants are nearby. We would definitely stay here again.
We really liked this campground. It was clean, quiet, and had well-spaced, gravel sites that were level. The design was good for navigating in a large rig. There was plenty of shade and woods are surrounding it with a path. We were able to get satellite reception. I did not use their WiFi, so can't comment. There was plenty of room to walk the dog, with a large field at the entrance. The rate reflects a GS discount. We would stay here again. Actually we wanted to stay longer but couldn't. We camped here in a motorhome.
We thought this was an exceptionally nice, clean cg. There was plenty of room to drive in and park. There was also plenty of room between sites, and they were level. Ours wasn't shaded, but some sites had shade. We had a nice view of a cornfield, and there was a nice, wooded area for views and walking. The Wi-Fi was strong & fast. The rate is the avg. between 2 nights Passport & 1 night GS. We stayed during the week, but understand it is very busy on the weekend. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a Passport America RV Park with no blackout days, which is nice because we stayed on a weekend. The site was level, and we had a nice view of the river. It was quiet and very convenient to the cute town. It is in a nice neighborhood with sidewalks for walking. The weather had cooled, so the fact it didn't have 50 amp needed to run both a/c's wasn't a problem. We would stay here again.
If you are looking for a serene, peaceful, great campground, then this is it. It's approximately 15-20 minutes south of Escanaba. The sites are large and level. Some of them are lakefront (Lake Michigan) and others have a view. There is a new section opening soon with all 50 amp that will have easy access for large RVs. The CG is surrounded by woods. The CG host is wonderful and takes pride in "his" spotless bathrooms (and they are!!). He truly treats this as if it's his CG. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is no sewer hookup. We had good satellite & Verizon WiFi reception. We would absolutely camp here again. We loved this place.
This campground has a lot of seasonal/permanent rigs. Probably about 50%. At first glance we weren't sure about it, but it turned out to be an okay place. It was very quiet, and the people were friendly. The river ambiance was nice, and our site was level. The rate for full hook-ups can't be beat. Cash or check as they do not take credit cards. Some kids were here, so kids are welcome, but no playground or pool. Most of the people were older. We would stay here again.
I can't find 1 negative thing to say about this cg. It is immaculately kept. The sites are grass, roomy, and fairly level with some trees. The owners are very friendly and helpful. There are two large playgrounds and a volley ball net/area. Some sites are pull-through with a nice view. The WiFi is strong and works well. The rate reflects a GS discount. We stayed here 1 night, but would have liked to stay longer. We would definitely stay here again.
This was one of the nicest state parks I've ever stayed in. It is so clean and peaceful. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because there aren't sewer hook-ups. Other than that, it's a perfect place to stay. The Indian village and Custer's house are here and worth the tours. There are plenty of walking/biking paths and plenty of spaces to walk the dog. We would definitely stay here again.
This was an okay campground, not fancy, but okay. We stayed 1 night while passing through. The sites are pull-through, dirt, and pretty level. There is a large field with a walking path along a canal leading to a river. There is plenty of room to walk a dog. We didn't use their Wi-Fi, so can't comment on if they had any or how it worked. The campground takes cash only. We would stay here again.
We really liked this campground. The location is excellent for visiting Custer SP and Mt. Rushmore, and is close to grocery stores and restaurants in Custer. There aren't a lot of shaded sites, but there are some. If our site had been shaded, I would have rated it a 10. The WiFi worked really well. There is plenty of grass and space to walk the dog, and there's space between the sites.
Nice park. Our site wasn't shaded, but there are some sites with shade. Owner escorted us to our site. Level, gravel site was a pull-through. Nebraska City is a cute small town. Beautiful state park in the town. Omaha is an easy drive: about 45 minutes to 1 hour. We would stay here again. Rate is after tax added and with GS discount.
This an extremely nice, clean, well-run county park. It is easily accessed from I-70 and is close to shopping/restaurants. This CG is about 30 minutes from Kansas City. There is a lake nearby for swimming/boating. The landscape is quite pretty and serene with nice views. We had deer almost in our backyard. We stayed here for 3 nights, and most definitely would stay here again. Our rate reflects a senior discount (62+) of $2.00 per night.
This is a really nice city-run park with on-site security. It is a new park, and there are plans to add things to it and make it even better. It is exceptionally clean. The biking/walking path around the lake is a bonus. You can also fish (I think it's catch and release). The park has easy access to Hwy. 370, and is an easy 20-30 minute drive to St. Louis. The towns of St. Peters and St. Charles are close with shopping and restaurants. The way the park is built with large berms, you'd never know the highway is near. It's like you're removed from the city. We would definitely stay here again. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that there is no shade whatsoever, however we did have some lake view even though we had a back-in site not on the lake.
We liked this park. The desk person (owner?) was very nice, and she escorted us to our site. It is very pet friendly with a nice dog park. This park has easy access to I-24, and it is an easy drive into downtown Paducah. We decided to stay an extra day. We would stay here again.
This is a clean, quiet, shady campground with easy access right off I-75. The back-in sites closest to the parking lot have a nice view. This is a really nice campground for a very affordable price. We would stay here again.
This is a very quiet and clean campground. The sites are shaded and surrounded by woods. There are also nice, large cabins available just a short walk from the campsites. We will definitely camp there again.