A very nice park to stay overnight while traveling north from FL. They parked us at the rear of the park and it was very quiet and we even had Wi-Fi that had a strong signal. Could even hook up the DirecTV too. Will definitely stay there again, when needed.
A very nice campground that has a lot of events planned. We just stayed for 3 nights and visited with our son, so we didn't use any of the planned events. But it sure looked like they all were having fun.
A very nice campground that we spent 2 nights and very quiet. The only concern was where they had us park, the site was not level at all...our front wheels were a front up in the air to get level...don't really like that. Everything else was fine.
We enjoyed our quiet night at Oak Creek, in a pull-thru with our 37 foot motorhome that has a motorcycle lift on the back of it and we have a tow dolly with our car on it. Anything much longer would present a problem with negotiating all the trees and turns. Their pull-thrus number 5 and #1 is the longest, and #5 would not work for a long unit.
I can't give this any better rating as the sites are not level and the pull-thru site that we had, we had to unhitch as it was so unlevel. The laundry was supposed to have 2 washers and 2 dryers, one was not working and was sitting outside and the one dryer had an out of order sign on it and then all of a sudden that disappears, but I was afraid to use it. The laundry was filthy, to say the least. We will not return there again.
It is a new campground and they gave us one of the newest sites. It did not have sewer, but we knew that going in, so no problem. It is a bit out of the way from everything, but sometimes that can be nice too.
This is one of the most friendly parks we've ever stayed in. It's very enjoyable watching all the traffic on the Mississippi River. Have to return again and even stay longer. We stayed for 9 days this time.
This is a very nice campground to prepare to head into Canada. They even have lockers for those that don't want to take guns or whatever with them across the border. The owners are very friendly people and the laundry was very clean and affordable too. Will definitely stay here again when needed.
We stayed here for 4 nights during the Stampede and it is an alright park. I did not see any 50 amp service and we ended up with 20 amp service as to the length of our unit. The shorter unit with us got 30 amp service because he fit there. We did alright with it. The Wi-Fi only worked at the clubhouse when they remembered to reboot the system.
This is a National Park Campground that was recommended to us by Oasis Rest Stop on the Tamiami Trail. It is a very well kept campground and we arrived there late last night and drove in and it is a first-come, first-served type of campground. It is located just west of the Dade County/Collier County line on Rt. 41. The price is $19 a night unless you have a Golden Age Passport, then it is only $10. There is a very nice dump station there and there is water available to load into your unit. All spots are paved and so are the roads throughout the park.
The nicest park we have ever stayed in and that doesn't begin to state the kind of park it is. Everybody is very friendly and makes you most welcome too. We spent 8 nights there and will go back again.
This is a very nice park, especially in the area that it is located. Close to Eloy airport, where you can watch SkyDive Arizona host all the parachutists from all over the world. It's close enough to Casa Grande for shopping, and we stayed here for the month and will be back. It is a 55+ park, which doesn't present a problem with us.
We stayed here and it is very nice, but the laundry needs some work. Of the 3 washers: 1 was broken and of the 4 dryers, 2 were broken. So it presented a problem when we did our laundry. They are doing some remodeling to add 50 amp service.
A very nice park that also has an RV/car wash located on its property, which after coming across the Top of the World Highway was very helpful. The lady at the desk was most helpful in recommending something to do in Dawson City and we listened to what she suggested and enjoyed our short visit.
A very nice campground with a chip and seal driveway and gravel parking spaces with plenty of room for some big rigs. We are in a 37' with a tow dolly and car, and were able to back into our site without a problem. This park is close to everything within a reasonable walking distance.
Nice park that offered cable TV so we could watch Nascar racing at Michigan. The roads are all gravel and had lots of pot holes in the roads. With water you couldn't tell how deep they were. Not good. Other than that, a nice park
This is a lovely, quiet USFS campground that has no hookups, but is very nice to stay there. There is plenty of trails to walk on and the whole park is paved. The only negative about the park is the speed bumps and they are really high. But I guess that's for people that don't know how to go slow.
This campground is handy if you are wanting to be close to Anchorage Airport and that area, but the sites are very close together and it is quite a challenge to get a large unit in the site. The laundry was terribly dirty and didn't look as though it had been cleaned all season.
This park is very close to the Cook Inlet, and we just arrived here a few hours ago and have already seen several eagles flying around. You can walk to Cook Inlet and there is a river close by for fishing too. The park is small for 40' rigs, but we have a 37' and we just made it into our site, so be sure and check before coming. It really is cute here and the people are very friendly.
A very nice park and the hosts are friendly too. There is a restaurant associated with the office that serves a nice breakfast. The sites are quite large allowing for slide-outs and people seem to stay for a while and commute to other locales around the area. Fishing is nearby.
This little park is unique. It is along the west side of Turnagain Arm and also along the Resurrection River that flows into Turnagain Arm. The day we were there was fascinating because all the fishermen were there catching salmon, lined up as you see in all the pictures. That evening there were a brown bear Mother with her 2 cubs visiting along Turnagain, so that was also fun to see. This is just a place to park for the night and if you don't use electric, the rate was only $12. Worth visiting!