This is a lovely, quiet park around three sides of a small lake with almost all sites either on the lake or one back. Very nice level concrete pads that are large enough to park your vehicle next to the RV. Garbage is picked-up in front of your site daily. Group camping is along one side of the park separated from the rest of the park. The grass goes down to the waters edge and is well maintained. A white and black swan will come over to get fed if you are by the water. We would definitely stay here again.
Park is located in a rundown warehouse section of New Orleans, but it is walled and gated at night so seemed safe. Nice park with decent sized pull-through and back-in sites with a good number along the water. The park offers a shuttle to the French Quarter a few times a day for $3 a person, round trip. Sadly, the last return is at 8:00 in the evening. Would definitely stay here again.
Park had no cable TV or WiFi but was able to pull up some stations on the antennae. Self check-in and host comes around to collect: cash only. A few trees but most sites are open. Almost all pull-through sites. Not a fancy place by any means, but good for a night or two. Paid PA rate.
This campground was a 60's mobile home park that is slowly being converted to an RV park. It is huge. Unfortunately there is no cable, Wifi, restroom/shower/laundry/garbage within walking distance of where we stayed. The site was rather rough and unlevel. It appears that they are adding gravel to level sites as they go along so some sites are better than others. They don't give any discounts (PA, Good Sam, etc.). We felt that the price was too high for the amenities. They are close to Stone Mountain, but we would stay in the Stone Mountain Park campground next time even though it costs $10 extra to get in. The difference would more than offset being in the park with the location and amenities. We would not stay there again.
This is a self check-in campground. We paid the PA rate plus $1 for our dog. There is no restroom or shower, but it does have a laundry. The short timers have to camp closest to the entrance, and the long term RVs are in the back. There are lots of mailboxes so assume that your mail can be forwarded to this campground for long term stays. There is only one garbage dumpster, and it is a long way from the short term sites. The sites are large and level. Would stay here again.
We only stayed one night, using Passport America, but found the campground was decent. There had been torrential rains the day before so everything was wet with lots of mud puddles on the road. The facilities are showing some wear - for example, the porch roof on the laundry room seemed in imminent collapse from rot. There are some burrows, horses and chickens on site so the kids would enjoy them. Don't know if they give rides in the summer? We would stay there again.
This was a very nice, well maintained park with large drive-thru grassed sites. There is a small lake with benches, hammock, walking paths, etc. A full time person was cutting grass, trimming, etc. the entire time we were there. W/E sites for 30 amp are $19 and full service for $21. Two problems tho. First, the water had a strong rotten egg smell. We washed bedding and it smelled strongly of sulfur afterward. Second, for light sleepers, a train passes nearby throughout the night with it's tooting at intersections. Would stay there again if we didn't have to do laundry.
Nice campground; wide decent sized sites but they all are back-in. Can not see the ocean from the campground. The Passport America rate is not half price as we paid $20 and the off season rate was $34. Our pet added $1/day and we had to pay for electricity also. We left an $8 electrical deposit for 3 days (moderate weather so didn't need heat or air conditioning). The problem came when leaving as the office closed at 5:00 PM and didn't reopen until 8:00 AM. We got back after 5 and had to leave early to catch a ferry. Ended up forfeiting the $5 or so extra deposit. We would stay there again.
Long pull-through and back-in sites with grassy area between. Quiet park that seems to have been stalled in development due to the recession. Most of campground unfinished with mounded sites covered in grass with no utilities in yet. An unfinished building is in the front. The exterior restrooms had stud walls only but laundry and showers appeared to be finished. Park is convenient to Shiloh Battleground. We would stay again.
We stayed in this park because it took Passport America. It's an older park with a number of rundown permanent trailers. Most sites are for smaller rigs with only a limited number for larger rigs. Sites are very close together. Very treed park so difficult to get satellite reception unless you have a remote dish. Local channels available via antennae. Would stay at a park in town if had to pay full price. Was quiet except for the oak nuts falling on the roof.
This is a very large State Park located on large Keystone lake. Nice sized sites with both pull-through and back in. Ours was across the drive from the lake with a great view. Swimming, boating, fishing, water skiing, etc. Great family park. Restrooms/showers located some distance from sites if you needed them. Recommend that you opt for the more northern loop as the southern one is by a railroad line. Got $2 off for being a senior (60+).
Great location next to the Arkansas River. 17 mile bike path starts here and goes along the river. Facilities are limited with one washer and dryer and one shower and toilet each for men and women. No tables at sites but large covered area with tables next to the river. Only grassy areas are for the pets. Passport America users get W/E sites only but for $10 who can complain. Would definitely stay here again.
First off, this park had the friendliest and most helpful staff we have ever encountered. We stayed 4 nights (3 days), and had absolutely no problems. Our site was along a small river which made an in-town RV park seem more remote. A paper was delivered each morning to our RV steps and a city park and walking/biking trail abutted the park. The only drawback was that the sites were very narrow. Definitely would stay there again.
This was only one of two RV campgrounds in the area. It is on the side of a hill and access is steep with some sharp corners. Sites for short stays are mostly long pull-throughs which is good as backing in would be difficult. Each site had a concrete table but no seating. Part-time person helped us and wasn't very knowledgeable about park or area. About half the park is long term RVs. Would stay there again.
We have stayed at this State Park before and love it. The sites are very large with many pull-throughs as well as back-in. It's next to a river and has a small lake for fishing and swimming. Must pay a $6 State Park fee in addition to the camping fee but worth it.
Easy access right off the freeway. Decent sized pull through sites with shade trees. RV park is located near interesting Malad Gorge State Park (worth a look)and in the summer they run river raft trips out of the RV park. Fee was with Passport America. Would stay there again.
Large pull-through sites in an open area. Older half had larger trees providing shade and newer half only small trees. Some longterm RVs. Had pool and hot tub (did not use). Friendly staff with free coffee and cookies in office. Would stay there again.