Good urban park, depending on the site you are assigned. Sites are paved and level; however, there is no grass anywhere in this park. Great dog run and very helpful staff. This campground has many units in storage plus a Cruise America RV rental operation, so there are not at many sites available as they claim.
Nice, clean KOA park with trees and grass between paved and level pull-through sites and a very nice dog run. While easy on-and-off I-40, the road noise was minimal. Staff has breakfast available ($) in the morning for those interested. The only unusual thing was that the office is only open 8-11 am and 4-6 pm, but our information was waiting upon arrival, and our assigned site had a "reserved" sign on it, so check-in was very easy.
Clean, well maintained, typical KOA park. It is located between the airport and a railroad track, so it can be somewhat noisy, but not a serious issue for us. However, it is a wide open park, and was very windy and dusty. Located on the east side of Amarillo, it is close to the interstate, and access to attractions is quite convenient.
This is a nice, family run, KOA that is clean and well-maintained. The owners cook breakfast in the morning, if interested ($), as well as a different dinner each evening. The only cautionary note is that almost all sites are side-by-side hook-up, and very close together; so close, in fact, that a fifth-wheel almost took off our front mirror while pulling into the site next to ours.
While this park has a number of long-term residents, it was not a problem -- other than a few barking dogs -- as the owners assigned us to a site up front that was level and had a complete hook-up. Very close to Aztec Ruins, with two dog walk areas, including along the river. We will stay here again while in the area.
This is one of our "old standby" campgrounds on our annual run south. It is an easy-in and easy-out campground that provides well-spaced pull-through sites for motorhomes and fifth-wheels at the front of the park that are separate from the resident and long-term sections. The staff is very accommodating and even gave us the site number ahead of time, thereby allowing us to park before registering. Rate reflects time of year and that water was shut-off at the sites; something we did not need anyway.
What else can you say about Bella Terra other than it is one of premier motorhome communities in the nation. Excellent, well manicured sites, the staff goes out of their way to accommodate any needs, a terrific, large fenced-in dog run, and quiet, resort-style living. We stayed a week, and would have stayed longer except we had other commitments.
This is a good stop-over campground with easy access to and from the interstate. As a result it is a very busy campground, but staff is well organized and helpful, so the check-in process is very smooth. They have a large camp store, and a fenced-in dog-run area that was most welcome. We would stay here again on our way South
Good layover campground for three nights while visiting the many sights in and around New Iberia. Each site has a concrete pad, and sites are well-spaced with lots of open space for the dogs. The laundry facilities were adequate and a good bargain. Staff was very friendly and helpful, and provided lots of literature on local attractions. Campground was 80-85% full, with 90% of those being construction workers and semi-permanent, but except for early morning departures, the campground was quite and everyone was courteous.
A true "Urban Park" right next to the French Quarter. This is its major redeeming value, as it is extremely noisy 24-7. Sites were well paved, but almost no green areas to walk the dogs without going outside the fence; something which is not recommended at night. Well lit at night, with security fencing and pass gates. We stayed on site #50 for 3 nights and experienced major electronic and RF interference with everything from auto-gen start to Tire sensors system. Probably will never stay there again.
I will give this campground some latitude since they had a lot of snow that resulted in significant roadway and campsite erosion over the Winter. However, this is one of the poorer KOA's that we've stayed at, and the pull through sites (we switched from #20 to #22 to get something that was semi-level) are neither level, nor well-drained. In addition, most pull-through sites are side-by-side that are so close together that awnings, if extended, would touch. On the plus side, the staff is very friendly and accommodating and they have a nice dog-run
We used this as a stopover sight on-route to Florida. Despite the recent snow-fall in West Virginia, the campground was open, and the staff extremely friendly and accommodating. They gave us a large pull-through site and guided us to our site and made sure we were "set" before leaving us for the evening. They have a nice dog-run and are very pet-friendly. We would stay there again. Note: this campground has a very tight 180 degree entry, but was no problem for our 40 ft. motorhome with toad.
This was an overnight stopover. While the campground is relatively close to the interstate, it it a bit deceiving, as it is a a much higher elevation. Access to the campground is good, the staff was extremely friendly and helpful, but it snowed overnight and the morning we were greeted with ice everywhere, including the exit roads. However, the ever-accommodating staff volunteered to drive me down the road to check conditions. By mid-morning the temperature was above freezing and we departed without incident. We'd love to stay here again in better weather to see the sights and enjoy Chattanooga. Very pet friendly, with a nice dog run.
This a a newer, beautiful KOA facility that is an easy-on/easy off for those traveling the interstate that we would like to re-visit other than in Winter to take advantage of the pool and other amenities. The owner/manager was very accommodating and even walked us to our site and made sure we were comfortable before leaving. Very pet friendly.
This is a large RV Park convenient to all of the Williamsburg and Jamestown Colony attractions. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. It is located a bit off the beaten path on a two-lane road that affords a quite refuge from the hustle and bustle of Wliiamsburg. We were on a full hook-up drive-thru site. Sites are fairly close together, but well-maintained and surprisingly quite considering that the campground was almost full. They have a dog-run and large nature trail that affords some quite time for man and beast off the beaten path. Overall a convenient place to stay, close to shopping and outlet malls as well as tourist attractions.
This is a large, very busy campground close to all of the Virginia Beach attractions. There is also a tremendous number of things to do at the campground, ranging from miniature golf, to golf cart rentals to multiple swimming pools. We stayed on the "super sites" in the newer part of the park and while pricey, they were paved, immaculately landscaped and maintained, with garbage pickup at your site several times a day. The other part of the park is a significant step down. They have two great fenced-in dog runs as well. The one drawback -- and they should warn prospective campers about this on their website and in the brochures -- is that they are a stone throw away from Oceania Naval Air Station. The noise from jet aircraft is almost constant, depending upon wind direction, to the point of making it impossible to talk when they are practicing take-offs,landings, and formation flying.
This may be the cleanest, most well-run campground that we have ever stayed at. The owners take great pride in their facility and it shows; from garbage collection at the numerous trash cans several times a day, to spotless laundry and shower facilities to the owners constantly working at fall-plantings and facility upgrades. Convenient to Luray Caverns, the Skyline Trail and numerous other attractions.
I'm not sure what to make of this campground. As advertised, it is on a working farm. However, it is at the back of the farm with a tight access point for large motorhomes and fifth-wheels. The pool and campstore were closed during our 2-day stay in spite of nice weather and quite a few camp sites being full. The pull-through sites are rather tightly packed, and some are not very level. There are lots of smaller wooded campsites beyond the pull-throughs, but most look like they are largely unused and some are falling into disrepair. The owner seemed indifferent to campers and somewhat put-out when asked about advertised discounts. The only really compelling reason we found to stay here was the proximity to the Civil War battle sites.
This was an over-night stopping-off point for us on our trip South. It is easily accessible off Route 15 and relatively near Williamsport, Pa. It is under new management, and the current owners seems to be doing a great job of upgrading a campground that had been let run down by the previous owners. Sites are well-spaced, and the creek side sites are especially nice. A very quite campground off the beaten path with excellent stream fishing. We will stay here again, if for no other reason that to see how the new ownership is doing with their plans.
In spite of our trepidations at staying at such a large campground, this turned out to be a great place to spend a week off-season. We camped on the ocean side at the manager's suggestion -- in-spite of having booked a site on the bay -- and it was the right decision: We were one sand dune away from the vast expanse of ocean beach where you never felt crowded. This is a great park for dogs, as almost everyone walks their pets in both the campground and the beach. Camp Hatteras was very well-maintained, and the only real draw-back, as well as advantage is its location at Milepost 40.5: The disadvantage is that you have to drive almost everywhere. The advantage to that is once back at the campground it is peaceful, quiet and, of course windy!
This is an extremely busy campground, even in mid-September. On the weekend we were there virtually every site was filled; mostly with families who knew one-another. The favorite pastime here seems to be riding around the park in suped-up golf carts, beverage in-hand and renewing friendships. (One could almost see why they gave up their KOA affiliation, as they seemed to have so much local business that it was not needed. Curious, therefore, why they picked-up the Good-Sam relationship.) We felt a bit out-of-place in our 40 foot motorhome as our unit barely fit onto the site. It appears that this place is really designed for trailers and fifth-wheels. The sites are very close together, and the roads are really crowded when campers and vehicles are packed-in so tightly. In spite of these draw-backs, the campground was very well maintained, dog-friendly and had many great places to walk along the river. The staff was extremely helpful and accommodating. This is a great kids-campground. We would stay here again, but only during the week.
This is a large campground that is very busy on weekends. However, it is well-maintained and very kid and dog friendly. The full hook-up, pull through sites that can accommodate big rigs are near the front of the park and relatively close together. The main reason I did not give this a higher rating was that the 50 amp service to our site (B-1)was faulty, and I had to work with the campground maintenance staff to show them that one leg of the 50-amp disconnect was seriously under-voltage. Thank goodness for our hard-wired power monitoring system. Overall a good jumping-off point for seeing the sites of Gettysburg.
This campground was surprisingly clean and camper-friendly. The sites were well-shaded, immaculately clean and, despite the fact that it was almost full on a weekend, there was no feeling of being over-crowded. This campground is a bit tricky to access, especially if coming from the West. I spoke to two families pulling fifth-wheels that barely made in through the twisting, narrow road leading to the campground. Access from the East is much easier. Once at the campground the roads are easily traversed.