The only reason I didn't rate this park a "10" is because there is nothing there but a place to park for a night or two. It appears to be an add-on behind a diesel truck repair garage. The place looks almost brand-new, with new metal buildings and new RV row, landscaped in well-maintained lawn and white crushed stone. The location is right next to a large dairy ranch, and we enjoyed watching the cows. A busy railroad track is nearby, which may bother some at night. We would definitely use this place again as a stopover.
This is mostly a long-term park. We stayed in the pull-through field, which has nice roomy sites. Nothing much to do in the area. Nice wooded paths to walk the dog. We would stay here again as a stopover.
Stay there one night, and were glad to leave. This is actually a seedy old motel, with RV sites situated around the courtyard, and three use able pull-throughs in the center. All the peripheral sites are taken by long-term people working in the area. The pull-throughs are difficult to get in and out of. However, the management was friendly and helpful. Still, we won't be going there again.
We stayed a few days to rest up. Most sites are occupied by long term/seasonal rigs. We were assigned one of the front pull-throughs, up front, with no sewage. A mediocre to decent park. Plenty of areas to walk the dog without having to pick up every single time. Would probably stop here again for one or two nights.
This is just a so-so campground. We stayed here for two months for medical reasons (doctors, surgery, etc.), and felt lucky to get a spot here on short notice. The owners and staff are friendly and accommodating. Most of the sites are taken by seasonal customers. They have some activities. The location is good for race fans going to NH International Speedway in Loudon. Camping World is nearby. The electrical voltage and water pressure are both atrocious! Had to use the water tank and pump just to get enough flow for bathing and dish washing. We had a digital voltmeter plugged in, and on hot weekends during peak A/C loads, the voltage dipped down to 95, and we had to switch the fridge to propane just to keep the A/C running. Had to do much juggling to run things like the toaster and microwave. Would probably look elsewhere if we visit New Hampshire again.
We stayed here for a week near the end of their season. Our site was a pull-through up on the hill. Easy in & out. Nice spacious site (#219) with plenty of shade. The staff is friendly and accommodating. The store has a few food items, some RV supplies, and a large selection of souvenir-type items, including clothing with Yogi Bear logos. They honor PPA discount every day except Friday and Saturday. A clean, professionally-run campground. We would gladly stay here again.
This is a campground that hosts bluegrass music festivals in May and September, and doesn't seem to do much business otherwise, except for the occasional itinerant RVer passing through. No amenities except for bathrooms & showers. Just a nice, quiet, rural setting with plenty of shade. The city of Texarkana is nearby. The owners are friendly and hospitable. They honor Passport America, Happy Campers and Escapees discounts. Would definitely stay here again if passing through. And, for those who enjoy live bluegrass music by some of the top professionals in the genre, May or September might be a good time to stop by!
This facility is almost all seasonal, with the normal moldy-looking trailers and trashy yards, with the exception of a transient area containing 24 sites, known as 'the field', where you're back-to-back and nose-to-nose with your neighbors -- a weird setup. We stayed there through Memorial Day weekend, suffering through a couple of days of craziness. The party people seemed to be regulars, and were standoffish to people they didn't know. The more permanent campers in the field were contractors working in the area. This place might be okay for an overnight stay, but we'll never come back here again.
We stayed here for many years, off and on, while working in the area, and now stop here occasionally as retired full-time RVers. The location is ideal for travelers wanting to visit Philadelphia. Reservations are highly adviseable, even for overnighters, as the place is usually filled to capacity. This park features a fishing pond with ducks and other waterfowl. A very pleasant place to stay.
Stayed here a few days while passing through. Small campground which is still a 'work in progress', around 20 RV sites, with 28 planned. The owners are very personable and eager to be helpful. Most sites have no sewage hookup, but they pump out all units three times per week. They are 'on call' 24/7 for emergencies such as out of propane. We came here for the Escapees 15% discount, and will most likely stop here again.