This park is clean and spacious, and each space has a gas grill, but you have to supply your own gas. The Wi-Fi worked less than half the time, we had NO cell reception (AT&T), and the cable hookup was not good (lots of static). The concrete pads are not level and there were no shady spots in any of the 3 lots near us. The General Store is a half mile walk from the campsite (uphill). The store does have a lot of food items and a snack bar. There is a small kids arcade room and a small exercise room.
This is a clean, shady park. It is very easy to access Niagara and Buffalo from here, by city bus or by car. It was the end of the season, so the pool and some other amenities were not available. The staff is very friendly and helpful, especially in the office. I was able to get directions and travel hints before we set out sightseeing. The Wi-Fi worked great, but not having cable TV was disappointing. They also have tandem sites, which means you could be parked right next to another camper. Overall, it was a good experience and we would definitely go back.
This is a beautiful park, very clean. The sites are big and there are lots of trees. The security, having to punch in a 5 digit code going in and out, is kind of a pain. At $60 a night, it is expensive if you are just spending the night. They had Halloween activities going on while we were there - with site decorating contests and more. The biggest problem we had was that they do not allow any dirt bikes, motorcycles, mopeds, etc. to be operated in the park. That was the only transportation we had, so it was extremely inconvenient to have to walk it half a mile in and out of the park. If you don't like living in a place with an HOA, don't go here. Too many rules.
This is a nice, clean park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are shady. They were all decorated for Halloween. The bathrooms were clean, but small, and not as private as I like. The Wi-Fi worked, but was very slow. We would stay there again if in the area.
This is more of a mobile home park than an RV park, but it is clean and quiet. The sites are large (70') and it was fairly close to the NC State Fairgrounds. There was no bath or shower house that we could see, so you need to be self- contained. I would not hesitate to stay there again.
This is a large, well maintained park. Everything was clean and organized. The bath house has several individual shower/bathrooms (2 or 3 are handicap accessible), so you can lock the door and feel secure. There were several laundry machines, games and reading materials available also. The owners are very accommodating. We got there a little late, but they waited for us. The park was very quiet and peaceful. We will definitely go back.
This is a small park, with only one row of sites. The owner was helpful and friendly. He has 50 amp hookups, but lent us a 30 amp converter. I did not see any bath house, but I did not ask about one. There was no park Wi-Fi, but I was able to pick up someone else's signal. This was a lot of money ($40) for a small park with little to offer.
We have been on the road for 3 weeks and this is our favorite park. The staff and residents are very friendly. The park is very clean, well maintained, and spacious. Our site was very close to the laundry room and bath house. We got in late, but picked up an info package that said to come in to the office to register by 10 AM. We had to take our RV in for repair, so I left them a note saying we would be back later and would register. I called to make sure they got it, and was told it would be fine to register when we got back. Their store has necessities, plus souvenir items and ice. It is also easy to access the bus system to go downtown. We would definitely come back.
The people at this park are very friendly. We did not have reservations, but had no problem getting in. It is close to the interstate, but we did not have any issues with traffic noise. They do have dogs on the premises, so I asked to be a few rows away from the office, and they were very accommodating. They have a little fenced in dog area, but it is all rock. Finding some grass for my dogs was a little difficult, but we would stay there again.
This park is clean and quiet. The staff is friendly and helpful. The WiFi worked fine. The only downside was that it's all rock or gravel. I tried to walk my dogs on the perimeter where there were some plants, but they got full of sand-spurs. I would stay there again.
This is a crowded park with mostly permanent residents. It's kind of trashy and smells like a sewer along the fence. I called ahead and was told there would be a map on the door with our assigned space, which there was. However, the streets and spaces are poorly marked. The electric hookup did not work at our assigned spot, so we had to try 2 more to find one that worked. There are cats roaming all over the place. There is one "dog walk", a small fenced in area with all rock. I would not stay there again.
If you are a really sound sleeper, go here. The traffic noise is high. We got there about 9 pm, so no one was in the office. They have a note on the door telling you to pick a site and drop the money in the box provided. The problem is that there were no lights, so we could only see sites at the front of the park. If you are toward the front, you are on a busy road. Toward the back, you hear trucks on the Interstate. Also, they advertise Wi-Fi, but it needs a password, which they did not provide. Restrooms were clean, but a little scary at night. I would not stay again.
The campground was nice and clean, well maintained. The advertised Pancake breakfast was closed for the season, as was the pool and one of the bathhouses. When I called for directions, the person I talked to was terrible at giving directions - he had no idea how far on each road to go. They advertise 5 miles from Crazy Horse and 8 from Mt. Rushmore - add 2 miles to each. One good thing was they had rental cars available, which I took advantage of to avoid the cold weather on a motorcycle.