Friendly staff who go out of their way to be helpful. Weren't sure how long we were going to stay, they offered to refund any nights we did not use. Asphalt interior roads with flat and level gravel sites. Quiet and clean. 2 laundry rooms: very clean with working equipment. Wi-Fi is TengoInternet. We were recommended to Prince of Tucson by Merrigans Arizona Road-Runner RV repair who did an excellent job fixing the rig. Due to some interstate exit construction, call for easy directions to get to the park.
This campground has good gravel interior roads and level sites. Sites have concrete islands for utility services and seating areas. Wi-Fi was weak and slow at the far end of the park where we were. It is very close to the highway, with easy on and off access, but is very noisy. Good for an overnight, but we would not stay any longer.
Good gravel interior roads with extremely long gravel pull throughs; however, the sites are narrow. Easy access on and off the highway. Good Wi-Fi, clean laundry, a few miles to a grocery store. We camped here 2 days. Although close to the highway, our site did not seem noisy. We would stay here again.
We chose this campground for the advertised 50 amp service. They have 50amp sockets with only one leg hot (30amp service). The interior roads are mostly good, with a few very rough spots. Sites are grass and the beach is beautiful. We were right next to the beach access and could see the Northumberland Strait and in the far distance Price Edward Island from our rig. Management is friendly and helpful. Very close to PEI and coastal attractions. Although we did not use them there is a charge for shower water.
Be very careful when coming down the highway from the north—the signs are confusing. Where the highway splits near Exit 5—Stay to the RIGHT. Good quality gravel interior roads and sites, and the sites are generally level. Wi-fi was weak at our site but strong and stable closer to the antenna. Many of the sites are in the trees, but ours was in the sun. The pull through was two sites, designed to be back to back so there was a choice on which direction to face. Campground is clean and quiet—office folks are very nice. Close to Halifax, Peggy’s Cove and the south shore.
Sites are in a large open gravel field that grass is slowly covering. Older sites have some shade. There is none in the lower area. Beautiful park, pond, walking trails. 5 minutes from downtown. Only downside is no 50 amp. Good Wi-Fi signal. We stayed a week and we would stay here again.
Nice, grassy, level, very large sites. Nice folks in the office. Easy to get to Acadia and Bar Harbor. Close to grocery and laundromat (there is a small laundromat at the campground that we did not use). Nice pool. Good Wi-Fi signal.
We had a level, sandy site in a pine forest. Pretty area, nice pond for boating or swimming. We stayed the first week of August and were in a site that had not one square foot of shade from 9 in the morning until 8 at night—most other sites had at least some shade during the day. We were charged $3.00/day extra for 50 amp and then charged $2.00/24 hours for use of the air conditioner. Suffice to say we felt taken advantage of. The Wi-Fi connection was down for much of the week we stayed there, when it did work it was a good signal.
Took a lot of work to get the rig level. Utility and sewer hookups were positioned in the back corner of the site, opposite of where they should have been for convenient hookup. Needed 25 feet of hose to reach the sewer. Nice pond. Pretty setting. Staff was pleasant.
Loved the campground. Large level sites; good Wi-Fi; sheltered in the trees (some sites more treed than others), we nicknamed our site “the glade”. Laundry had clean, good running machines. Very friendly and helpful staff who walked our forwarded mail to our site. Nice pool and playground. Campground has easy access from the highway, which is a couple miles away. We stayed two weeks. Would stay here again.
Gateway to Cape Cod: Outdoor World. Not far off the highway. Level spots, very treed, therefore almost impossible to find a satellite for Dish and there is no cable TV. Wi-Fi, good signal but slow to nonexistent. Has a playground and pool for the kids. Nice staff. Laundry small and old, start all the washers at once and it floods. Close to Cape Cod, Newport, Providence. We stayed 2 weeks and would only stay again if Wi-Fi was improved.
Pleasant, grassy sites overlooking a small pond and open pasture across the valley. Shade from the evening sun. Level, treed, nice office staff. Cold water laundry, so went to Randolph for wash day. Floyd's General Store (next door) is a must visit. Wi-Fi excellent, we used our own dish for TV. Close to the Montpelier and Burlington. We stayed a week and would stay again.
Very close to Lake George Village and attractions. We were in the front and had a nice pull through: level, treed, large with good hook-ups. Although we did hear complaints from other campers about spots in the rear of the park that were small and difficult to get into. Nice staff in the office, excellent Wi-Fi. Cable TV. We were here a week and would stay here again.
Very nice park, level, treed spots. Easy to find, nice staff. Very close to Geneva and the Finger Lakes. Only complaint is Wi-Fi: there is a charge. We had a good signal but no bandwidth and therefor slow to nonexistent. Do not pay for it. Go to the McDonald's in town for good speed. Would stay again if they get their Wi-Fi improved.
Nice place, a little off the beaten path, but well worth it. Treed, level spots. Good Wi-Fi. Interior roads a little rough, grass spaces. It had rained and was muddy, but that’s New York. Pleasant owners. We had stayed here before and would stay again.
Nice place, has some treed spots, some pull throughs. Paved and level. Be sure to follow directions on web site as that way you will avoid a bridge with 8 foot clearance. Wi-Fi is our only complaint: slow to nonexistent, but it did improve on our last day. Had some problem with the rig, the owner recommended McGaughs in Springdale for repairs. They were very helpful and accommodating. Were here a week and would stay again.
Stayed in what is known as the “back 40” (no 50 amp available). Quiet, but not very attractive. Stayed one night. Have stayed here before. Park is good for an overnight. Level on grass, gravel interior roads.
A little off the beaten path, but worth it. Good, gravel interior roads. Level gravel sites with shade. Wi-Fi good close to the office, but was weak to nonexistent away from the office. Staff was friendly, helpful and pleasant. Bathrooms older, but clean and well kept.
Good level, gravel sites however small in size. Some trees and shade. Shade trees well away from rig. Good water pressure, electric and Wi-Fi. On the Caney River. Friendly and helpful staff. Stayed two weeks and would stay here again.
Good level gravel sites with interior asphalt roads. Half of the sites are shaded. Shaded sites have trees well away from rig. Good Wi-Fi. Friendly and helpful staff. Stayed two weeks and would stay here again. Easy access to I-44.
On the river side of the levee, a beautiful setting to watch the barges go by at eye level. Well cleaned up after spring flooding (had been 16 ft under water) but still recovering, no Wi-Fi up yet, some shaded spaces. Helpful staff. Good interior roads, level sites. Stayed one night, would have stayed longer.
Good location, level sites, interior roads are OK. Good place to stay while seeing Chattanooga, it is convenient to all locations. We stayed 4 nights. Unfortunately, we did have some things go missing from our unlocked car one night. Staff stated that there has been some difficulty with that. They offered to call the police for us, it was not worth a police report. We would stay here again, but we would make sure everything is locked up tight!
Right off the highway and on Turtle Bayou. Interior gravel roads have some pot holes, go slow. Had a level site, good strong Wi-Fi, good water pressure. There was some road noise. We would stay here again. We stayed for 1 night with rig and toad. Has nice folks.
Excellent park. Level concrete sites, wide spaces either pull through or back-in. Good, fast wi-fi connection. Good water pressure. New wide gravel interior roads. Great location between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, near the plantations, on the river road right on the Mississippi. Nice folks. Stayed five nights. Hope to return for longer stay.
Very tight spaces--but grassy and treed. If you are coming in on a week-end, get here early--cars line both sides of the street--those with big rigs had lots of trouble maneuvering into spaces. Busy on week-ends, but quiet hours honored. Close to Dubuque and Galena--Mississippi River Museum one of the best in the country. Laundry small but clean.
Large spaces, shady, grassy--quiet, pleasant staff--stayed one week. Close to Capital, Taliesin, Mt Horeb, New Glarus--and lots of historic sites. Stoughton a nice town. Wi-fi was marginal at site--depended on who was parked next to you. Rather pricey but would probably stay here again.
Stayed here 10 days and loved it!! Spaces were huge with lots of trees, grass and a creek running right behind the rig. The train was a minor inconvenience now and again. Very close to Prairie Du Chein, Macgregor, Effigy Mounds and many historic sites. Quiet, even though the campground was busy with campers and folks coming to see Spook Cave. Would stay here again!!
The spaces here are small and somewhat uneven. The park is close to the Capital, Mall of America and shopping. We stayed 2 days. No Wi-Fi at our site. Staff was pleasant and helpful, and the bathrooms were clean. Seems very pricey for water and electric only. Probably would not stay here again.
Large spaces, lots of trees and grass-children playing-dogs fetching--almost idyllic. On the week-end the entire tone of the campground changed--2-3 carloads of people for each campsite, screaming children (and adults), barking dogs, car alarms--clothes lines strung from every vertical structure in the park with not only bathing suits and towels on them, but underwear, tablecloths, etc--(it looked like a Brooklyn slum scene in a bad 50's movie). Due to the way the park is laid out--all of the activities (pool, playground, arcade, miniature golf, and bikes are right at the only road to enter the park--walking, driving or riding was next to impossible due to the crush of people-and very dangerous to all. Most parents were responsible--but some abdicated their responsibility and allowed their children to bully smaller children, be rude and generally behave in a dangerous and irresponsible manner. The campground was hideous for 2 solid days. By Sunday afternoon the "hordes" had gone home, most (not all) of the clotheslines were down and the park returned to its pleasant, quiet, idyllic self. This park is close to the Dells, the Crane foundation, shopping, restaurants and Baraboo and the Circus Museum. We would stay here again--but NEVER, EVER on a week-end!
Lovely park on the lake in Houghton-beautiful view of the boats. All sites are concrete pads and have a bench, table, barbecue, and shaded area. Very little grass, but park is right next door! Camp hosts pleasant and helpful. Easy access to tourist attractions, shopping and downtown (although streets are torn up for repair right now). Would camp here again-but make your reservations early--they fill up fast!
Pleasant, small, well-kept, beautifully landscaped, quiet campground. Manager or owner on site at all times-very nice and helpful. Convenient to Escanaba, Big and Little Bays De Noc, Marquette, Iron Mining Museum and lots of other attractions. Wi-Fi available and works well. Railroad tracks very close--but trains are only occasional. Would camp here again.
Nice wide shaded spaces; wifi had problems that were being worked on—but we had some access, nice management, heated pool, pretty level sites, putt-putt golf, convenient to the Soo, free shuttle to the ferries in St Ignace to Mackinac Island, nice drive to Whitefish Point. There were some noisy campers one night, they were thrown out the next day, but we were disappointed to learn there was no management on site at night—not even workampers. We expect more from a KOA—working wifi and quiet--and especially for the money. We would probably look elsewhere next time.
Shady, pleasant, very nice folks, lots for the kids to do. Clean restrooms, small laundry, pull-throughs, big rig accessable, some sites not very level, lots of room between sites. Not at the lake--but centrally located to kayaking, canoeing, birding, hiking, historical sites, shopping. We stayed for a week and we will stay here again.
Stayed for a month--beautiful setting, nice folks. Faced the river and watched the birds. They have monthly pot lucks--nice to meet your neighbors--have a lot of "Winter Texans". Older park and some hook ups are reversed. Would stay there again. (Rate cited reflects nightly rate.)
Fairly new campground so trees are not mature--but everything else about this place was perfect!! Nice folks, clean sites, good laundry-but small, easy on and off the highway. Close to Mammoth Cave, Lincoln sites, the 400 mile yard sale, Bowling Green, Good shopping in Glasgow--10 miles away--lots to do--great place for kids to stay for a few days. WiFi was spotty--but fixed during our stay. There is a close railroad--but we didn't even hear the trains at night--occasionally you can hear a truck on the highway. we will stay here again on our way through Kentucky.
Old KOA that once sat outside town, but now sits in the middle of a subdivision. Tall trees, nice people, quiet. WiFi was marginal--sometimes it worked, sometimes not. We were never bothered--but there are too many permanent folks there and the sites are terminally messy--storage tubs, toys, dressers stacked up along side RVs, what looked like a workshop of some kind behind a strung up tarp--one guy had a washing machine with a lamp on it!! Easy to get to Nashville and sight-seeing venues but would not stay here again.
Very nice park in back of casino--20 miles from Memphis (lots to do and see)--30 miles from the Blues Trail--great base for sightseeing. Lots to do besides gamble--hiking trail, river park, but not necessarily a good RV park for children. Well kept, quiet, nice folks, cement pads, grass, picnic tables every few sites--short walk to casino and restaurants. Would stay here again.
Clean, well kept, but old and had many permanent residents. Very close to the highway-lots of truck noise all night. Very convenient on and off and fine for a day or so. We were there for 3 days and would not use it as a base for sight-seeing again.
Small, tight grass spaces with concrete patio pads. WIFI was $12 for the week. It is centrally located in the Rio Grande Valley, and is convenient to places both at the eastern end and western ends of the valley. Highway 83, through the valley, is undergoing massive reconstruction and the campground is right in the middle of this mess. Be aware that many exits on Highway 83 are closed. Staff very nice. Birding areas all very close and easy to reach. Also easy to get to Mexico.
Stayed one night. Well groomed cement spaces. Park is very busy, make reservations when traveling. They reported only 21 spaces available for over nighters. Breakfast is available in clubhouse in the morning, waffles, cereal, toast etc.
Convenient to Savannah, Hilton Head, Beufort, Savannah Wildlife Refuge, and a Camping World. Has nice large spaces with many shade trees. Quiet--close to the road, but very little traffic at night. Wifi and cable work well. Advised phone coverage at the park is spotty--had some difficulty 2-3 times with poor signal. A few miles from I-95. Owner very pleasant and keeps an eye on things. Excellent monthly rate. Will stay here again!
RPI Rate. Lots of trees. Ground could get soft when it rains but no problem driving to and from the sites. Laundry room was small, 3 washers and 4 dryers. Biggest problem was not having wifi--otherwise would have stayed longer. Lots to do in the area--Beaufort is 20 minutes--Paris Island and Port Royal another 10 minutes.
You overlook a multi acre, grassed, mound covered field, but sit in the trees. The 50 amp sites were difficult to level a motor home, however a 5th wheels should not have this problem. The museum is very informative--seems likes an isolated spot--but you are very close to the town. We would camp there again!
Enjoyed staying there for nine days, well kept, grassed sites. Friendly owner who is pleasant and runs a tight show. Manager on site. All sites appear to be at a 3% grade so reasonably level. Water sewer and electric connections at rear of site making connection awkward but serviceable. Cable at our site did not work but the campground does have cable--and we were able to pick up local stations with antenna. On the main drag, very convenient to shopping and historical Vicksburg--but set away from the road. We would definitely stay there again.