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06/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
We use this park as an overnight stop. It is such a nice campground with nice sites, a pool and hot tub, and a fenced dog area. No bad areas in this park. Could easily stay longer than one night if necessary. Easy off/on from I-75. Excellent customer service. Price reflects.Passport America discount. Great wi-fi and satellite reception on our site 56.
12/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
We spent two weeks here over Christmas and New Year's on site 247. The site was gravel with basically no grass, but our road was paved. We attended the catered Christmas dinner and the food was excellent and well worth the price. The food in the cafe was very good as well. The pool was a good temp and very nice. A free buffet dinner was held on New Year's Eve - we did not attend the music later. We had a special membership so for the 4 weeks we stayed there in 2012, it averaged just $7 a day. My only complaint was that we only had Wi-Fi for one day since it apparently was down and not fixed while we were there. Luckily I had my MiFi with me, but I talked with others who were very upset with the Wi-Fi situation. We would definitely stay there again.
12/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a Palm Beach County campground. Check-in went very smoothly and we did not have a reservation. Since we were just stopping for one night, we asked for a pull-through site and were allowed to use site #77 despite there not being any actual pull-throughs. We are only 24' towing a Honda. The park was level and clean and neat. I only rated it a 7 because there was no pool and I thought the fee high for the area and being a county park. We would definitely camp here again for a one-night stop over.
09/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed just one night to visit a friend. It is a large RV park. We were able to get a site for our 40 foot rig so we could have good satellite reception. Friendly, helpful staff. Would recommend this park to others. The rate of $34 is too high for an overnight stop. Passport America wasn't available when we arrived on a Saturday.
08/2012
rating [ 8/10 ]
Would definitely stay at this park again for an overnight stop. Friendly staff. Convenient to I-10 and US Hwy 441. Good level site for big rig, good satellite service. Gravel road, concrete patio. Very fair rate for cash.
06/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is an excellent RV park. Friendly staff, great location for shopping, dining, and the Gulf. Nice dog park, pool, paved roads, level site. We would definitely stay here again.
08/2012
rating [ 8/10 ]
This was a good RV park for our overnight stop in Georgia. Easy in/out for big rigs. Friendly staff. Our site (#12) was level and had good satellite reception. Our rate included a 10% Good Sam discount. I would have given a higher rating if this had been a Passport America park with their discount. $35 is too much for an overnight stop.
09/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a favorite RV Park for us when we need a good overnight stop in Georgia. The staff is very friendly. Since our last visit, the park looked even better since a lot of the shrubs and trees had been trimmed back for big rigs, etc. My dogs enjoyed the dog park. There is also a section for those people who enjoy being 'under the trees'. Good satellite reception on big rig sites. The owners/managers do a great job in maintaining this park. Our rate is based on Passport America discount.
08/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This was a perfect RV park for us. We wanted an easy-on easy-off I-95 park - this one is at Exit 193, less than a mile. The host was very good and escorted us to our site A-10 - pull through, grassy, and open for satellite. We used Passport America and had FHU with 50 amp. We definitely recommend this park for overnight stops on I-95.
08/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here for 6 days. It is a very nice park with a large pool. The park has a lot of weekenders who take good care of their sites. We used our Thousand Trails membership. We had full hook-ups including 50 amp. Unfortunately we could not use our satellite because of the tree cover - but it was nice having the shade.
08/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here for one week in a 40' 4-slide motorhome. The main road is paved, but it is a curvy hill. The campground entry road is gravel, also up a hill. However, we had no problems, not even trees to worry about. The campground is wide open on the top of a hill, with beautiful green grass (parked on gravel). The owners were very nice. Apparently shower, bathroom, and laundry were available in the basement of their log home (didn't use). We really enjoyed the open feeling of the campground, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, gentle breeze. It is mainly a great place to park to enjoy peace and quiet which is what we like. No pool, no activities, no playground. My Verizon & AT&T worked fine. We had shade at the rear of our site - trees are around the edge of the campground. We used Passport America and paid $25 a day for 50 amp, water, and the owner dumps the tanks. We would stay here again - I would give the rating a 10 for what we needed (convenience to other towns, peace and quiet, good management).
07/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here for 3 nights. This is a great park if you have children - there are many, many things (indoor pool, canoes, kayaks, rental bikes, etc.) to keep them busy. The sites are more for smaller size RV's, but we were able to get a site for our 40' motorhome. The park was very full - but always quiet at night. Park personnel always working. Friendly office staff.
07/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Stayed here 3 nights. Wasn't able to get a waterfront site - didn't make a reservation. We could see the ships coming by and then walked the short distance to the shoreline. Great place to stay while in the area. Clyde's Drive-In within walking distance - HUGE 1 lb. hamburger. The downtown area is under major construction - take an outside route to miss it.
07/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here 11 days in order to have ample time to visit this area of Michigan. We paid the weekly rate of $125 for 7 days, and then $20 per night for the next 4 nights. Easy in and out for a big rig. Sites are not long enough for a 40' plus a toad so we parked in the site next to us. There are some lots with shade. Lots are level and gravel, grass for the patio area. The campground hosts were very helpful and friendly. We felt safe at this fairgrounds location. Pet friendly with a small dog park. There are shared water faucets (need a long hose). A dump station is also on site. It is a great place to park at a reasonable rate - close to many towns to visit. We would return here again - great for big rigs (level, no tree limbs, easy access, satellite reception).
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here two nights to visit friends in the park. The campground hosts were friendly and escorted us to our site - a pull through that worked fine for our 40' 4-slide motorhome with toad. We enjoyed this park which has a lot of volunteers in charge of various activities. The pool is large and looked very clean, with a lifeguard. A snack bar was open also. The residents were very friendly. Lots of open areas. Went on a wagon ride thru the woods. Pet friendly, but would recommend a dog park as there is ample room for one in several areas. We would definitely stay at this park again as it met our needs (level, satellite, no tree limbs, easy access).
07/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This 'no frills' campground is perfect for those not needing amenities (pool, playground, showers, etc.) It is big rig friendly and offers the basics - 30 amp electric, water, dump station, good AT&T and Verizon access, and good satellite reception. You can't beat the $15 price. Those of us who are self-contained need more reasonably priced parks like this. It's just a short distance to town and all the activities of Mackinaw City. I'm rating it a 9 because despite the lack of amenities it was adequate for our needs at a fair price. We stayed a week and would return again.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here 2 nights in a 50 amp 4-slide 40' motor home. Florida resident rate.. Our site (901) had broken asphalt, but wasn't too bad. The "look" of the park is "old Florida". This KOA park has a playground, mini-golf, a large 8' deep pool, and a hot tub that holds at least 24 people. Our site was a pull through, but we had to back out because of low tree branches in the front of our site. Big rigs are OK in some of the sites. Kayaking is available on the water access. Some back-in sites have a nice water view and beautiful sunrise. The park is about 2 miles from beautiful beaches, but driving into the park through a commericial area is rather strange. We would definitely stay here again because of the nice pool and close proximity to the ocean.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here one night in a 4-slide 40-foot rig. Nice park, convenient, directly on Highway 231. It was $25 full price with Passport America. We were in pull-through site 206. We did not see a swimming pool. Traffic on 231 did not bother us at all and we were in the first row. Permanent or semi-permanent residents located in the rear of park were well maintained. We will stay here again.
11/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
We stayed at Twin Oaks twice for overnight stops in November. Definitely will stay here again. Good host. Some sites are very good for big rigs (i.e. easy in and out, level, concrete patio, no trees to block satellite, 50 amp). The park also has a campground feel in other sites which offer nice trees for shade. Fenced dog park, pool, hot tub. Looks like a great park for small RV club gatherings. I rated this park a 10 because it met our big rig needs.
08/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park met our needs for an overnight stay. We look for 50 amp, big rig access, level site, space for our four slides, close to highway/interstate. The roads were good gravel, parking area was gravel with a concrete patio and nice grass. Cable was included in the price. Wi-Fi was also included but I wasn't able to connect. We were in site B9. The park has BIG trees, but we were out in the open. We would stay at this park again.
08/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
When looking for an RV Park for overnight, we look for Passport America, level sites, 50 amp, big rig access, enough room for 4 slides, and convenience to the highway/interstate. This park had all of this as well as excellent Wi-Fi included in the price. We would stop here again when in the area.
08/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
For our purposes, this was an excellent park. With a 40-foot, 4-slide motorhome, we look for easy access, a level pull-through site, concrete/grass, good 50 amps for an overnight stop. Bonus items were excellent cable TV, Wi-Fi, and grassy dog park. Check in was quick and easy with a pleasant host. We recommend this park as a great one for an over-night stop. Clean and well-maintained. No pool or kid activities, but perfect for our needs. Wish there were more parks like this across the U.S.
07/2010
rating [ 6/10 ]
Easy access for a big rig. Level site. Across from Lake Chicot. Large pecan trees, but not a problem at our site. Only complaint was that we asked for 50 amps, the plug was for 50 amp, but it was only wired for 120 volt and our front air conditioner, washer/dryer etc. had no power. It was extremely hot and uncomfortable in our 40' motor home. It is a nice park, but needs to have adequate electric for larger rigs. Price reflects our 10% Good Sam discount.
07/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is one of the nicest RV parks we have stayed in. We spent 2 nights there. The managers are fantastic - we were escorted to our site #49 and the gentleman even hooked up our electric and water! The owner has designed this park to meet the needs of Big Rigs - close to interstate exit, easy access to enter and exit the park through a secured gate, lots of concrete and grass. Excellent dog area. Beautiful pool. Wi-Fi and cable were included in the price. Our 40-foot motor home with tow vehicle had plenty of parking space - the sites were very wide with very nice grass. We definitely recommend this park. Note: Some sites have picnic tables, no grills provided, no campfires allowed.
05/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here one night in a 40' 4-slide motorhome and would stay here again. We were in site #2. Not a long site so we had to unhook. Back-in site was not quite level. This is a city park that caters to people/families who like to fish on the weekends. Lots of open grassy space. Has a nice lake area. This is a pleasant place. We stayed on a week day, weekends are probably very busy. Good value for the price. Nice friendly camp host on site.
07/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
We stayed here 4 nights. Excellent location for visiting West Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, and Gallatin National Forest. Sites are level, with either concrete or asphalt patio, nice grass, some trees for shade. Located a couple of blocks off the main street so no noise. There is a nice area for tents. Has friendly hosts and good areas for walking dogs. Has a playground area for kids. The price included our Good Sam discount: pricey, but it's a newer park and in a tourist area. This is a good example of how RV parks should be built.
06/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good park for the money. Rate reflects Passport America discount (50 amp). Short distance from town and off the main highway so no noise. Our site had enough room for our 4 slides plus some grass for sitting outside. Site has picnic table. Hosts were friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if in Moab. Wi-Fi was very good and we weren't near the office. DirecTV satellite worked well as did AT&T and Verizon. Some areas of the park need cleaned up: too messy. Park is across from an arena: could become very dusty if activities going on.
06/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here two nights in a 40' 4-slide DP. This is a great park for a big rig. We chose a pull-through site in the back section of the park with no trees in order to have satellite service. Back-in sites were very nice with shade trees. Host was friendly and helpful; explained that there were problems with wi-fi and cable on pull-through sites and offered us a nice back-in site but we chose a pull-through for our purposes. Site was gravel with grass and pretty shrubs. Interior gravel roads are extremely wide so no problem for a big rig. Our price reflects the 50% off Passport America or Escapees discount. Excellent value for us for this site. Convenient location for day trips in Las Cruces and nearby Missile Range and White Sands National Monument.
05/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Big Rig friendly. Easy in and out. Level gravel site #83, good hook-ups, picnic table, no concrete patio. Pet friendly (fenced and walking areas). Excellent office personnel - Friendly and knowledgeable about local attractions. Good Sam discount. Stayed here two nights.
05/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Great RV park for a Big Rig. Excellent Wi-Fi at our pull-through site #17. Had a level gravel site, excellent hook-ups. It's pet friendly. Owners are on site: very helpful and friendly. It's a short drive to Lubbock attractions, and close to Wal-Mart. Definitely would stay here again.
10/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Most sites are very close together, interior roads are narrow. Rather difficult for large rigs. Site is gravel with a wooden deck with patio table - some decks broken due to being run over by RVs. Sites are fairly level. When it rains, sites are a muddy mess. Park does have a nice dog run area, although it is muddy when it rains. Tour buses provide pick up at park. Too expensive for the area. Our rate of $36 included discounts for weekly rate and Passport America.
11/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This RV Park is excellent for a big rig stop over or monthly stay if in the Jacksonville area. Our site was a long, level pull-through with nice space between the next site. Easy access. Weather was cool so we did not use the pool. We would definitely stay here again.
07/2009
rating [ 6/10 ]
First 48 hours of camping is FREE. Each additional night is $5. Some sites have electric, some have sewer, some water available. Pretty fairgrounds. Arrived during the Jolly Green Giant Festival. Stayed 3 nights/4 days. Extremely friendly town.
07/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
A nice, small, quiet and peaceful KOA. Our site was a pull-through, level, with not much width whens slides are open. We were unable to use satellite due to trees. The kids seemed to be enjoying the pool and the pond. There is friendly staff.
07/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This was our first Passport America park. Very nice park, friendly staff, clean, well-kept. Nice layout. Parked our 40' motorhome in the back section for good satellite reception. Good wi-fi also. Quiet and peaceful during the week. Highly recommend this park.
07/2009
rating [ 6/10 ]
We stopped here without a reservation for one night. The friendly staff had an overflow spot with electric & water until a site became open. We stayed in site #33 with a 40' 4-slide motor home that was level with shade. We didn't have a sewer hook-up and had to use the dump station. They will pump out holding tanks at no charge if you stay longer than overnight. Wi-fi wasn't available at our site. We could not get satellite due to trees. The pool looked nice. A laundry room was available but the camp store was very, very small.
02/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Loved this place! Located on the bay, across from the ocean. Extremely pet-friendly. Management was great. No pool. Happy Hour, atmosphere, and location is what stands out. Sites are small, park is small - but plans are to improve the sites.
04/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Campground has new owners, formerly was called Roam & Roost. New owners have prior campground experience and are making enhancements and additional sites. Exceptionally clean, friendly management & staff. Fishing available. Paddle boats available. Quiet and laid back atmosphere. Not geared toward children - no pool, no playground. Campfires permitted. Nice landscaping and many bird feeders throughout the campground. Had excellent Wi-Fi access. Wi-Fi & cable are free. Hope to return there again.
09/2005
rating [ 8/10 ]
Stayed for 6 nights. Nice clean park. Has shade and some grass. Small patios with picnic tables. Nice pool with an indoor hot tub. Asphalt streets. Some sites have gravel; some have concrete for parking RV. Free continental breakfast daily! Wi-fi with Linkspot fees and some limited free access at office. Friendly, helpful management. No cable but local Albuquerque channels are available.
09/2005
rating [ 5/10 ]
Good overnight stop only. Good hook-ups for the rate. Gravel. I don't believe they had restrooms or showers.
09/2005
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a nice, clean park located in Williams, AZ. Williams is a nice little town located on Route 66. It is conveniently located for a trip via rail or car to the Grand Canyon. A day trip to Sedona is also possible. The nightly rate includes full hook-ups including cable and free wi-fi. The lots are gravel, no patio. We stayed 4 nights. Management was very friendly, offering sightseeing advice and discount restaurant coupons.
09/2005
rating [ 7/10 ]
This park located next to the visitor center for Canyon de Chelly is free. Yes, free. There are no hook-ups, but a dump station and water for fill-up are available. The location is excellent for visiting Canyon de Chelly and taking side trips such as Monument Valley. It has beautiful cottonwood trees for shade. We stayed 5 nights. Rangers speak frequently at the campground re: Navajo culture, pottery, and the geology of the canyon. The hosts were terrific.
09/2005
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good hook-ups including cable. This park is good for an overnight stop. It is convenient to I-40. The park is actually the parking lot of an old Route 66 motel. Nothing fancy, but good hook-ups at a reasonable price.
09/2005
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good hook-ups including cable. This park is good for an overnight stop. It is convenient to I-40. The park is actually the parking lot of an old Route 66 motel. Nothing fancy, but good hook-ups at a reasonable price.
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