Very nice park. Lots of people but they were quiet. Lots of space between sites. Good ATT. Could not get satellite from our site but many others could. Only problem was not being allowed in prior to 2:00 PM. We arrived @ 1:15 and had to wait in a parking lot and it was HOT. We would camp here again. Rate reflects Golden Age Pass.
A previous review said these sites were too close. They could be further apart but I have been in one a lot closer! Nice park. Fair ATT, depending on site, satellite is accessible. As in many places, the "dogs on leash" applies to everyone but their dog. Good swimming access though we didn't use it. Rate reflects Golden Age Pass. Would camp here again.
There are two areas in this park. If you want satellite take the upper level. On the lower you will be so far in trees it will be nearly impossible. Wi-Fi is available for a cost and it is TengoInternet, which doesn't say too much for it. Very friendly staff and since we were on the top level it worked well for us. A bear got in the enclosed garbage area three nights in a row and made a mess but the staff cleaned it up PDQ. Good AT&T. Would stay here again (on top level!). Rate reflects Coast-to-Coast member rate.
This a nice park, especially for fishermen. It has three tiers. The lower two, which offer the best view, are TOO tight. The upper one (east side of 101)is much roomier and nicer, but doesn't afford a view. Satellite is accessible from most sites. One day before leaving we were told the best Wi-Fi signal. Were not told this on entering and had to use clubhouse where signal is poor. AT&T was good. Fair laundry. Machines have seen their best days. Rate reflects Coast-to-Coast member rate.
This park has mixed reviews. We liked it. Large sites that are very private. Lots of woods. If you want satellite ask when you register and they will show you where the best sites are, then you pick your own. Bring lots of co-ax. We had no problem. Wifi is at clubhouse only. Would have been better with sewer as we were here for a week but--"Blue Boy". Fair ATT service. One of the few C2C parks that lets non-members stay over a holiday. Rate reflects C2C. We would stay here again.
Very nice park in a great setting. We had a concrete pad and was very level. Wifi was good. ATT not good. You could get ATT by going to a higher area of park. I would have given it a higher rating except for one thing: the gentleman who parked us. We have been fulltiming for 19 years and I know how to back a trailer. He was very abrupt and wanted me to jackknife the trailer into the spot when it wasn't necessary. When I got out to check the electric with a circuit tester he became very impatient. When I told him that I always check the electric and had found two bad ones already this summer, his reply was, "We wouldn't put you in a site where it was bad." This testing only took 45 seconds. Other than this, a very nice park.
We did not encounter any of the problems mentioned in other reviews. Staff was very friendly. We asked for and received a site with satellite access. Good AT&T. Wi-Fi was $1/day, which is very reasonable. Wash rigs for $4, which is very helpful. There could be more space between sites. I agree there is not too much going on in town but that is fine with us. We would come here again. Rate reflects Coast to Coast.
There is nothing fancy here, which is fine with us. Owner is very friendly and helpful. Do Not come here during White Bird Days unless you want to be bombarded with music until @ 3 AM. This is the one night when you won't get much sleep. The next night was perfect. Good WiFi and satellite access. No ATT cell. Rate reflects Passport America.
As stated in a previous review, this is a rustic CG. Rather large sites and friendly staff. I check wifi as they say it is only available at office, but having a long range antenna, I was able to access it at a pretty distant site. My main complaint would be the interior roads. There are MANY potholes and 1-2 mph is about it. Maybe they are using these as "speed bumps". Very quiet at nights.
This is an extremely clean CG. Nice sites with good spacing. Someone checked "Not pet friendly." We have a dog and no problem. They are just strict on the pet rules which they should be. VERY friendly and helpful staff. Good satellite access. Excellent wifi. We would definitely stay here again. Rate reflects Passport America.
Nice location to explore Yellowstone. Sites are very close together and don't allow much room for slides as you have to park your tow vehicle beside the trailer. No ATT cellphone service. Was able to get a clear DISH satellite shot but other sites might not. Saw a bear one AM as I was walking the dog. We made a hasty retreat. Interior roads have many potholes and you have to dodge them going in and out. The Fishing Bridge itself has many deep potholes as you approach the park. $50 is too much for this CG but you are paying for Yellowstone. Very nice staff.
This is our 3rd time here and probably won't be our last. It is a no frills CG which suits us perfectly, quiet,not crowded, and in a beautiful area. The drive into the Wind River Range and around Lake Freemont from Pinedale is fantastic as is the Mountain Man Museum in Pinedale. A very nice young couple now run the park and they are extremely nice and helpful. Many C2C and RPI parks close out anyone but members on holidays. We have stayed here over July 4th and Memorial day with no problem. We will definitely stay here again. Fee reflects RPI rate.
This is a beautiful park with a great visitors center with Curt Gowdy memorabilia. Sites are very well spaced, the only problem being that the site we were assigned was very unlevel. Only hydraulic jacks would have worked. After a couple of phone calls (extremely nice people) we took a different site and really enjoyed the stay.
We had heard some bad reviews on this CG. I disagree. When we arrived there were many sites available. We found ours and later, as more RVs arrived, we thought they would stack them on each other! Not true; everyone was spaced very well. Laundry room was extremely nice and WiFi was excellent.
Interior roads were somewhat tight and could have been a problem for a larger rig. Our site had good satellite access. Wifi was off and on. Overall a pretty good park.Very nice staff. Rate reflects a great RPI rate. Normally @ $75.
Most sites are grass with plenty of room. Most have satellite access. Staff was very friendly. They require a pet deposit of $30, refundable if you and your pet behave, which is very reasonable, considering some pet owner's irresponsibility. Nice swimming area. Excellent Wi-Fi. Not crowded, but probably will be in January and February. Cost reflects Passport America rate.
Too expensive, but this is Key West. Sites are tight but have seen worse. A previous reviewer fussed about the internet because he was running a business and his usage caused a slowdown. If you are running a business from your RV you should have your own hotspot and not infringe on the entire park. I don't like Tengo either but we didn't have a problem. Staff was nice. Jet noise in AM was LOUD.
This park is good for a short visit to St. Augustine. There are many trashy long-term RVs there. Immediately beyond the park entrance there is a dirt road that goes down to other long-term sites and I don't know what else. Trucks and cars come flying out of the area without looking. My wife was nearly hit while walking our dog on this road. Lot's of fire ants but you expect that in the Gulf Coast states. Rate reflects Passport America discount.
Contrary to other reviews we enjoyed this park. It was convenient to things we wanted and the staff was very friendly. Sites are easy back-in. If you can't back in to these sites you will have many problems in other parks. Had no trouble with Wi-Fi. Sites are a little closer than we like but that is Florida. Rate reflects Passport America discount.
Nice campground and very friendly and helpful staff. Limited sites where you can locate a satellite dish. Only downside were the trains (very close) but this seems to be a "must" with all RV parks. Locate them near a train track!
We have stayed her on numerous occasions. The only drawback is that there are no sewer, but with a "blue boy" that is not a problem. It is quiet and convenient to Lexington, VA. I would recommend this park.
The only thing good I can say about this park is that it is close to the point to catch the ferry to Tangier Island. The fee of $50/night was way too much for the condition of the campground, and this was off-season! The manager, owner, was semi-friendly. We had two friends coming to visit for 2-3 hours. I was flabbergasted when they wanted $7/person. I understand if they were staying overnight, but for a couple of hours!! I would not recommend this park to anyone.