Very we'll landscaped and manicured. Very mature and beautiful resort with all types of plantings including towering Royal Palms. Gated with 24/7 guard, super luxury. Clubhouse has strong and fast wifi, but wifi not available at sites. Walmart 1 minute away. Pool large enough for lap swimming. Hot tub is nice too. Many sites have brick pavers, beautiful. Avoid sites on most Eastern side, traffic noise. Casitas all look like sheds, but they are getting county permission to replace with larger permanent coach houses, not fault of resort. Close to Naples, Marco Island, and Everglades. There are two websites, two agents, two reservations, check both for site availability.
Best 50 amp & water hookup park in the entire Shenandoah area in terms of price. Alas, no sewer hookups. But at least the dump station is very clean. Park is only about 3 years old. Incredible views of mountains and valley. Sites are not perfectly level, but level enough for levelers. They are huge sites. Excellent, friendly camp hosts. Very remote feeling, yet minutes from Front Royal shopping and national park.
We were in one of the premium view sites, a paved concrete site with nice landscaping and view. The road up the campground can be easy to miss, make wide turns, and do it very slowly and carefully! The gravel road up is very, very steep but doable by all. The last curve up to the campground is the steepest, do not stop, keep on going for momentum! Recommend doing Google satellite view for an idea of what to watch out for. Watch out for the turns, benches, and rocks along the roads within the camp; easy to hit! No online reservation, and big deposit with a strict cancellation policy is archaic, but maybe it is because they do not have many sites. Very close to Biltmore and Asheville. Grocery store very close too.
The reason for the 5 rating is mainly because the trees in the park need to be trimmed and pruned back. There are too many low branches, and limbs sticking out into the road. Extensive problem in this park. They recently poured loose gravel alongside all the interior roads, blocking access to even the campsite driveways, had to shovel it away, just to get our RV into the site. Thirty amp power breaker switch was weak, tripped easily, even while using less than 30 amps, breaker switches on pedestals simply need to be replaced. Otherwise park is beautiful. Be careful and drive slow on 77 into park, windy road with many sharp curves and tree limbs. Do not arrive in the dark.
Excellent location to downtown Grand Rapids, 15 minutes. Great neighborhood, many HOA type communities around. Also, the turns inside the campground were tight for our 43 motorcoach towing SUV. The yellow stones at each corner need to be removed, they can cause serious damage if hit at the wrong angle, also the worn log at the first corner inside should be watched out for too, when heading to site. Otherwise, the campground, playground, pool, and jumping pillow were indeed beautiful. Our 50 amp full hookup premium site was level and backed to trees. The Wi-Fi is marked as unavailable, because it did not work.
We had a wonderful shaded 50 amp full hookup site that was level and had enough space for slide-outs, for 43 ft. motorcoach. Dirt roads into and inside campground. Also, Wi-Fi did not work at our site. Had to go to the office to use the Wi-Fi there. Excellent location to Ann Arbor, and the Ford Henry Museum and Greenview Village, 20 minutes. Very super friendly front desk staff, very cheerful.
This is the cheapest 50 amp full hookup site we have ever stayed in. Alas no ATT signal. Just Verizon. There are steps down to the lake for dog swimming, but very muddy entrance and old dock. Front desk lady is super nice and patient. Dirt road into and inside campground.
Wi-Fi is marked as not available, because it was basically unusable. The signal was there - but the Internet was not. Something must have been broken. The need to ask for, and use coupon codes, is also a hassle, even though free. It is true that almost all the interior roads are very dusty dirt, your car will become dirty, no need to wash it before coming here. We had a big rig site, very nice and spacious. We would get it again, even though no lake view. We enjoyed the space, privacy and 50 amp full hookups. There should be trash pickup. There is only one dumpster, and everyone drives there. What a waste.
Rate was about $50 after getting the 3rd night free coupon deal on website. Branding is excellent, employees all wear yellow, super friendly. Our site was level. But many sites with the big rig premium patios were super sloped, needs to be fixed! Wi-Fi good except for periods of congestion. AT&T signal was weak. We did not experience noise at night.
We were in a Pet Loop because we have a dog. Alas, watch where you step. We stepped into dog waste by accident on our site, left by a previous camper. The swimming pool is awesome, very large, and the water slide is fun. The boat ride shuttle is great. The bus system is slow, not frequent. Early entry into parks, and free parking at parks were great. Landscaping is beautiful as always. This is definitely the best place to camp for visiting Disney. There is still no Wi-Fi at the campsites. There is supposedly Wi-Fi at the buildings and in the parks. We used our own ATT iPhone data service instead. Month of May must be slow season because there were many empty sites.
14 miles from downtown Key West. Beautiful drive to downtown every time. The ocean front sites are the best. The canal sites have a view of a very ugly canal and ugly houses right across the canal facing you. The interior sites back to the ugly clubhouse and the ugly common area behind the club house. The clubhouse is a disaster from the 1980's. Nothing luxury or comfortable about it, stacked chairs, small TV, old couch. The common area behind the club house is rundown, deserted, full of big lizards. The pool is not fancy, just a simple small rectangle. The ocean front sites themselves have tiki huts for shade, have a nice breeze, and have private docks. You can swim, but water is dark and creepy with sea weeds. You can also fish off the dock. Not luxurious like Class A resorts in other parts of the country, but this is the best that you can do near Key West. Front desk office is very friendly. We used the .com to book. There is also a .net website to book. The free Tengo Wi-Fi worked great after we called Tengo customer service to get the code working.
Great location. Continues to be the lowest priced 50 amp full hookup campground that can fit the biggest of rigs on 100% paved level sites, in the entire beach coast of MD & DE & VA. Same low rate, holiday or not, year round.
Beautiful park and location. Sites are mostly level, but not perfectly level. Millions of mosquitos. 50 amp power and water hookups are nice. Very large sites. Choose your own site upon arrival. Many hiking trails.
Interior of park continues to be infested with massive amounts of ticks in 2013. We kept our dog inside our RV except for potty breaks, and she still got multiple ticks on leg and under ear flap, even with Frontline Plus II. Tree limbs need to be pruned and trimmed back away from the roads, continues to be a problem in 2013, too. Good AT&T iPhone signal. Virgin Mobile Wi-Fi card service too weak to use inside this park. The only thing about this park that brings us back is the location.
Lowest priced 50 amp full hookup campground in April in the entire state of Maryland. Friendly staff. Wi-if is horrifically slow & unreliable. Virgin Mobile data card cellular strength is zero. But AT&T iPhone signal did work. Many aggressive speed bumps in campground, go super slow, or you will damage your hitch! Sites can be muddy, need to pour more gravel.
The online reservation system is much improved. It is great that you can reserve a site online now, pick a site, and pay online. Alas the site we reserved was not available when we showed up, it was given away to someone else who showed up before us. The $80 is the base rate without taxes and fees included, WiFi is not included, WiFi is extra charge. We used our own Virgin Mobile WiFi card instead. The guard who checked us in was super nice. He even gave us a plastic Statue of Liberty as a check-in gift. Check-out is at 11AM, or else you pay $40. If you checkout at 5PM, you pay $80. The sites are level enough for levelers with blocks, we had to use blocks under our rear levelers, but it worked fine. The park served its purpose as being convenient to NYC. No Good Sams discount, no FMCA discount anymore. Thus it deserves a fair rating of 5, not excellent, but not terrible.
Lowest priced 50 amp & water hookup campground in entire Shenandoah & Luray area. Dump station available. Strong AT&T & Virgin Mobile signals. Road to campground is not steep. Yes, it is downhill, but very gradual, you will not drag. Open year round, even the water is on year round. Laundry room on site. Many hiking trails start on site. Online reservation excellent.
Pros: some level sites, 30 amp electric, beautiful woods, lots of hiking trails, not too far from DC, clean, very dark at night, very quiet, shaded. Cons: some unlevel sites, no water or sewer hookups, zero AT&T cell service, zero Virgin Mobile data service, zero Wi-Fi.
Pros: very remote, dark at night, no street lamps, lots of privacy, full hookups, large sites, level sites, quiet, affordable, gated. Cons: huge horse flies swarm around even in the fall, spider webs everywhere, 17 miles from even McDonald's, not much around, swamp land, no virgin mobile data cell service, no Wi-Fi, very weak AT&T cell service, even in 2012.
Cheapest campground in Rehoboth Beach. ALL sites are big rig capable. ALL sites are level. ALL sites are 50 amp full hookup. Walking distance to beach. Rate includes $8 beach access which you would have to pay if you stay in a private campground. No extra charges for up to 4 people. Reasons above = 10 rating.
We actually did not have a nightly rate since we were here for the FMCA rally. Our site was perfectly level, but many were not. Downtown location. Lots of security. Plenty of room for rally. Great venue buildings. Enjoyed 50 amp full hookups.
This is now a KOA. Owners are the same. Wi-Fi did not work, so we had to use our own Wi-Fi card. Power in campground went out once during our stay. Great sites, beautiful, very quiet. The rate is fairly competitive to nearby campgrounds. Water pressure is indeed low, and some sites not level, but our site was. They can work on making ALL sites level. Will return if rates continue to stay under $50. Very dog friendly and outstanding landscaping.
Too many ticks. They have not fixed the problem in years. We live across the street in heavily wooded Old Greenbelt, and there are no ticks like here. Too many low branches sticking into loop roads and campsites. Management needs to trim more. Most of the sites are unlevel. Beautiful park and great location and price.
The Wi-Fi was unusable. We had to use our own air card. Thus the 8 rating instead of 10. Gravel sites instead of level concrete sites. Great check-out policy, you can check out early, and they will give you a refund. There are always sites available, so it's a great place to go without worrying about making reservations. We have been here many times, and will return. The location is great, close to DC, and easy access to highways. If they had monthly long term rates, we would base camp here more often.
Perfectly level concrete sites. Back-in sites seem to be longer than pull-through sites. All 50 amp, full hook-up, level concrete pad sites. No cancellation fees if canceled outside a week, makes it easy to make reservations in advance. Alas the Wi-Fi is terrible, reason for 8 instead of 10. Wi-Fi needs to be fixed or changed, no excuses!
Great location, direct water access, pooch beach, and marina. Close to many restaurants and Publix grocery. Landscaping is breathtaking. All sites will fit 45 ft. rig plus toad. Construction ongoing. Watch out for roofing nails on the driveways, we found 4 on our site. Very kind resort director, concierge, and owners. Live music, catered foods, and open bar on weekends. Highly recommended.
The best thing about this park is that it is walking distance to the PATH train, so convenient to get to NYC. Rate is $75 with no FMCA discount anymore. Cannot make reservation online, only request. Office hours are short, no one available in office in the evenings. Every time you call, you are placed on hold, and there is a very long time for call backs. Seems like only one person answers the phone. Making a reservation is a process, not easy. Entire deposit is non-refundable no matter what. No sewer hookups, only dump station. Like a parking lot, no grass. Come here only if here to visit NYC. Park itself is the ugliest of all parks I have ever reviewed. Because of this fact, and the rate, this park deserves a fair rating of ONE.
Very nice to camp here during the low season because the rates are reasonable and they don't have a 3 night minimum. During peak season the rates can be $100+ and have 3 night minimums. Their engineering team needs to find a way to pave every site, like at DE Seashore State Park, in order to receive a rating of 10. They require a full one night deposit that is not refundable at all within 30 days. Private dog beach is what sets this park apart from others.
This is a very beautiful campground, the views are great. The management is very friendly too. The only minus about this park is how steep and narrow the interior roads are. We did not drag down the slope, but we did see many gouges in the road from RVs that must have dragged before. Lots can be purchased starting at $75K, much too high compared to Lake Greenwood Motorcoach Resort, SC, which starts under $30K. Very dog friendly. Fenced dog area. Also open field/hill for for dogs. Bags to pick up after dogs are the best. Dogs are also allowed to swim in the lake, although the access shore is muddy. Pontoon boats are $200/day. Overall very nice park.
This is our fourth time staying here. The only reason we continue to visit here is that this park has easy access to NYC via public transportation. The park itself is basically a gravel parking lot, ugly, old, and sooty. The customer service is ok, they changed our site 2 times before we arrived, simply don't expect to have a site assigned until you arrive. The $65 rate includes a $5 charge for Wi-Fi internet which was so awful we were not able to use it. (The router signal is strong, but the internet itself was spotty, can't find out until after you pay and get online.). Will not add the internet next time. They require 50% of the entire stay in order to make a reservation.
Very nice state park in that it has 50 amp sites and water. Too bad no sewer connection, just dump station. Very large sites. Not perfectly level, but we were able to level using wood blocks and auto-levelers. Nice trails, and visitor center on-site. The roads are not that steep, no dragging at all. Just drive slowly and you will be fine. They should allow 2 cars + RV to park on each site. Officially they only allow 1 car + RV. The park is 8 miles to Front Royal and 14 miles to Luray. Great location.
Park has a very great cowboy theme, the check-in office and camp store are all very Disney-like in decor effort. Even the office staff wear costumes. Nice 50 amp full hookup level sites. Great location, close to Assateague and Ocean City. The biggest issue with this campground is that there are no refunds if reservations are not canceled 30 days before arrival. This makes it too hard for us to plan, because sometimes we do change plans. We would rather pay a fine within 7 days. Campground needs to have more 50 amp full hookup sites that can fit 45 ft. rigs.
Still the lowest priced of all 50 amp full hookup campgrounds in the entire Rehoboth Beach area. Level asphalt sites. 10 minutes to Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach. 1 minute drive to a year round dog friendly beach.
We have stayed here multiple times. The site we got this time was perfectly level. We stayed here during Hurricane Irene, so we had no power. But we still had water and sewer. Rate stayed the same. Even though there is supposedly cable TV, we never get it at this park. We get it at other parks. Location of park is excellent. Too bad there is no long term stay rate. Best campground in DC area.
Wi-Fi only available around front office area, not at the campsites. ALL visitors have to pay a fee even if they want to visit just for lunch. Grill/cafe is very convenient. Level 50 amp full hookup sites are a big plus. No trash pick up at the sites; dumpsters further away than at other campgrounds. Phone line hookups are for the long term campers. AT&T cell service is excellent. For these reasons = Grade B Campground = Good Campground.
This park is perfect for big rigs. Like brand new. Clean, level, concrete pads. 50 amp full hookups at every site. Wi-Fi was spotty, so used cell phone to check email. The Pigeon Forge trolley comes to hotel, owned by the campground, right across the street, very convenient, only 50 cents per ride. The hotel serves breakfast in the morning. Reminds me of a Class A resort in terms of landscaping and perfectness of each campsite.
The park served its purpose in that it was located where we wanted to be, right next to the Virginia Motorsports Park, we were able to walk right over. The 50 amp, water, sewer hookup availability and rate is also excellent. Management was also very friendly. The biggest negative about this park is that the sites are not that level, we had to use our levelers with wooden blocks to get level. The sewer connection was hard to find, since it was buried under dirt and grass - old campground. The lake itself is very stagnant and covered with algae, not beautiful at all, lots of mosquitoes. Not a destination campground except for the Motorsports Park next door.
Not the fanciest park in the world, but it still deserves a 10 because it is the lowest priced 50amp full hookup campground in the area. Paved pad is perfectly level. Great access to the beaches. Dogs can swim in beach before May 1. These are the reasons we keep returning to this park.
Excellent: perfect campground for planning space shuttle launch viewings, very close to Titusville, no deposit required, no check-in or check-out time, very flexible, very friendly staff, customer service is the best, restaurant bar serves excellent foods and drinks, great prices, airboat rides are excellent and fun too. Needs improvement: Hatbill Road into the campground is not paved, super bumpy road, they need to have this road paved, terrible shaking while driving in. The RV sites are all on grass so you will have to find the perfect spot and use blocks to help get perfectly level. No sewer connections but there is a dump station. Has tons of mosquitoes.
This park is not terrible, it's not excellent, it's OK. The only thing excellent about this park is the location. 10 minute walk to the Grove Street PATH station which takes you right into NYC. The site we had was almost level. All sites are loose gravel. Only water and 50 amp electricity, no sewer connection, just a dump station No water during February though. We took showers in the bathhouse which had muddy floors, but clean and warm enough to use. Negatives: can only book by phone. Phone is not always answered and there is no answer machine. Office closed on weekends. Weekday hours are only 8:30AM-5PM, but sometimes there is nobody there even during these hours. There is a FMCA discount of 10% but you have to ask for it. The campground is not always guarded even though there is a guard tower. Long story short, this park is the best for camping near NYC because there really is no other choice. Basically just a big gravel parking lot with no trees and no grass.
Before visiting this campground, I did not expect I would give it a 10, because we love Class A only resorts. But Fort Wilderness impressed us all the way. Disney is master of organization and cleanliness and landscaping. We had a premium site which had a concrete pad, 50 amps, and full hookups. Everything good said about this resort below is true. Now the negatives: Disney has one of the worst online reservation systems. Their system does not give dates that are available, you have to keep guessing available dates until one is available. They should have a live online calendar like Cedar Point or the National Parks online reservation systems. The toll booths into the Magic Kingdom (first entry into Fort Wilderness) are too narrow, the divider curb scrapes up against the tires, barely enough room for mirrors. Divider curbs are unnecessary and should be removed. No Wi-Fi at the campsites. Have to rent line modem for $10 per night and place $100+ deposit for modem. Charging $5 pet fee per night is silly when people can have 10 people per site for free. That said Disney still deserves a 10!
Excellent park in terms of size and levelness of site. Sites are all asphalt paved. Not all are level. But ours was this time. This is our second time here with motorhome. Discovered that there is free Wi-Fi in the lobby of the on site lodge hotel. Cafeteria food at visitor's center is walking distance, good, and affordable. Best online reservation system. Sites are shaded. No hookups, but nice to be in the actual park on top of the mountain. Rangers strictly enforce max # of campers which is 6 per site, 2 vehicles per site, and 2 tents per site.
This is a super great RV park for dog lovers. People who always bring their dogs with them. There are many places to walk them in the park. Perfectly landscaped emerald green grass, sidewalks are lit up at night, and trash cans every few steps to dispose of doggies bags. We had a back-in 50 amp full hookup site which was very nice because we had a nice little backyard for our dog and lots of privacy. This is our second time here. We love the concrete paved sites for our 43 ft. motorcoach. Very level and solid sites. Pool was open during our stay. Very convenient to the park, must stay here if going to park. This is the best option for dog lovers who are going to Cedar Point Amusement Park. The only minus for this park is no Wi-Fi. But there is free Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby next to the campground.
This is the only state park in MD with 50 amp electricity, water, and sewer hookups. All the sites are asphalt paved. And there is free Wi-Fi at the campstore, which has an air-conditioned cafe with chairs and tables. This is the lowest priced campground in MD with full 50 amp hookups, water, and sewer. Reservations for specific sites can be made online with very low cancellation fees. There are also pictures on the park website of every single full hookup site. We will definitely return.
This is one of the best parks in Maryland. The park is huge. There are many types of sites available in terms of shade or no shade, view or no view, with deck, or no deck, on a hill or in the woods, etc. The park is made up of mostly long term campers, but the managers and owners were all very nice to us. The on-site snack bar is great in terms of grilled food selections and price. We ate all our meals there. Lot of on-site hiking trails and fishing pond, very dog friendly place to walk your dog, no need to leave campground. The site we were on was level, but there were many sites that had a slant to them. The biggest issue with this campground is that the Wi-Fi is only available in the front office and game room which is right next to the front office. The campground needs to have Wi-Fi available at all its sites before it can earn a 10.
This is a brand new motor coach resort that just opened. They are still building it. There are only about 40 sites right now, but there may be many more in the end. There is no club house built yet. But there is a campground office with store, two exercise machines, and a new pool. The staff manager is super friendly. They deliver wood, matches, and fire starter to your site for a small fee. All the motor coach sites are beautiful stamped concrete with full 50 amp hookups. All sites are provided with 2 very nice recliner chairs and portable fireplace. We attended the sales presentation and received 2 nights free with additional nights at 50% off. The water feature is a man made lake with waterfall. Beautiful common area with chairs, umbrella, and accent night lighting. This resort deserves a 10 for the quality of each individual site. There is a lot more that is needed in order to compete with the other "motor coach resorts" of Northern Michigan, such as a real clubhouse, a full gym, more water features, more golf course type green grass and a gate.
This resort deserves a 10 because the people who work here are super nice. There is a welcome gift bag as well as a departure, hand written thank you note. The guy who lead us to our site and helped us park was excellent at helping us back into the site. He must be a coach driver himself. The landscaping is beautiful and the 3rd phase of the resort is currently being built with grass just grown. The 1st and 2nd phases of the resort are more beautiful because the landscaping is mature with golf course type green grass. We attended the sales presentation by the head concierge, she was very friendly and did not pressure us at all. We got 3 free nights with 2 paid nights. The clubhouse is very small, there is only 1 shower for the whole resort, and only 2 or 3 toilets. But everyone including us can use our own coach. We will return to this resort in the future.
This is our second time here. Rating 10 because this is lowest priced 50amp, water, sewer, paved, big rig, pull-through site campground. We have never stayed in a full hookup 50 amp site that's only $38. In addition, this campground is walking distance to the beach, and only 10 minutes driving to Rehoboth. The new online reservation system is live, and you can reserve your own site in advance. This campground does not have a pool or cable TV or Wi-Fi, but all neighboring campgrounds are crushed to dust by this campground in terms of price, location and paved levelness of every site here. A new camp store just opened this month.
Our second time here. This is a great location. Rate of $100 per night because we had a 3rd adult in the motorhome, which is $12 per night extra per adult. We were not on the most expensive site since we did not have a waterfront site. It is very easy to spend over $100 per night, per site at this campground. Most dog friendly park: dog beach and dog run, dogs are allowed into the store too. The store had lots of foods and drinks and grills, but very little RV parts and accessories. We paid extra for a level, paved site. Not a concrete pad though, just asphalt. It's the closest 50 amp full-hookup campground to Ocean City. Staff is friendly, however it is next to impossible to reach someone on the phone once you are at the campground. Have to jump through lots of hoops on the automated phone system only to get a voicemail. Have to walk to office to ask any questions in person. Highly recommended for big rigs, very clean and very new campground.
We have stayed here 4 times. This park is the most convenient park to DC. There are tons of amenities. They have a mobile RV wash for $260 (43ft. motorcoach), and also a mobile RV mechanic, as well as daily propane fill. The only big drawback about this park is that many of the gravel sites are not perfectly level, so that many front wheels are lifted an inch off the ground. Of the 4 stays, this is probably our most bittersweet stay: our Golden Retriever was attacked by 3 Pitbulls while I was walking her, and ended up at the local vet with stitches. Luckily surrounding campers all came out to rescue us and immediately reported the incident to the main office. Owner of Pitbulls left the next morning. Cherryhill Park does not ban Pitbulls like many other parks do.
Great campground for a dry campground. Perfect location, close to DC and everything. Price was great. No hookups, but there are sewer dump and fresh water fill. We were able to get our 43 ft. motorhome in. Sites are asphalt paved. Most are unlevel. But ours was perfectly level. Just look around for a level one. Check-in was self-check-in, just drop the money in the box. There are ticks, so just be aware and remove whenever you see one on your body or dog. Bathrooms do need to be updated, very old, and dead bugs. But for the location, the price, the paved RV pad, and the perfect levelness of our particular site, the campground gets a 9.
Rate reflects camping here during the low season. Base rate of $37 includes 2 adults. We had 5 adults instead of 2 adults, so our rate jumped to $67 per night during low season even though both pools and the water slides were not yet open for the season. This campground is the closest full hookup 50amp campground to Shenandoah National Park. This location cannot be beat, this campground is much closer to Shenandoah National Park than the only other Luray RV resort. The campground is very clean, the front desk staff here is much more friendly and less polar in terms of personality. And the views are just as beautiful. The campstore is much bigger, there are cabins for rent here, and large jumping pillows for the kids. The reason why this park is rated a 7 is because the entire campground is located on a slope, and most of the campsites are on unlevel packed gravel. We had to move from a red carpet site (their best one) to another red carpet site simply because the first one was too unlevel. We were able to get close to level with wood blocks that lifted the tires slightly off the ground. The auto leveling system in our coach does not like to work in situations that are too unlevel. This resort would earn a 9 or a 10 if most of the sites were more level for big rigs, such as having a concrete pad for the RV instead of just the picnic table. The wireless internet only works at the pool house, not at the campsites. The cable TV signal was unusable at both sites we tried. Make sure to bring a long cable because the cable TV poles were shared and located every two or three sites only. That said, we think this is the best full hookup campground that is available in Luray and close to Shenandoah National Park, and will return.
We chose this campground because we wanted to be close to Disney World and we wanted a lake for the dogs. Alas, this campground turned out to be 20+ minutes from Disney World and there are 2+ tolls to go through each way, with each toll being $1.25. You cannot use EZPass on the tolls. Next time we will choose a closer KOA or camp at Disney Fort Wilderness if there are sites available there. That said, the specific site that we were assigned to at this campground was super excellent. Super long level concrete pads for the coach and the patio. Full hookups were excellent. The Wifi was weak. The cable signal did not work. But antenna signal was excellent. We were allowed to let the dogs swim in the lake, but did not, after being told that there may be gators in there by the office staff. Trash was picked up from every site throughout the day. A long story short, we got a super great site with level concrete pad, but the campground itself was too far from Disney compared to other campgrounds in the area. There is no free shuttle like other campgrounds. Only a $40 limo service in campground brochure.
This is a great resort, especially for the Good Sam price. Gated community with beautiful palm trees. Alas the water features were emptied and the putting green was covered with plastic sheets, and our site had brown yellow grass spots. The clubhouse was dark and had dated carpet and parquet dance floor. The sites were large and level, concrete sites, full hookups including free Wi-Fi and cable TV. New Target shopping center directly across the street. Resort has its own diner too, although the grand opening signs for it were very tacky at the front entrance. There are five heated pools in this resort. This is the best resort in the Las Vegas area. Great location and luxury. 9+ rating. We will return.
So far this is the best resort that I have experienced. As soon as you enter the resort, you can smell the aire of luxury oozing everywhere. The staff was friendly and even the owners were very friendly. Everyone smiled and waved hello. We felt like an owner there. The rates range between $80-$165 per night. We stayed in an $80 site which they call a privacy lot because it has a large manicured super green lawn complete with palm trees, flowers, and fenced on three sides. Great for our dog. Other sites include golf sites, and water front sites complete with private dock and private infinity pools. The main clubhouse lap pool is the largest I have experienced at a resort. Very clean resort. Concrete pads are large and level, full hookups great. Wi-Fi was not free though. I posted a video of our site on youtube. Just search for "Motorcoach Country Club Indio Palm Springs" on youtube. This place used to be called Signature Resorts Indio, but is now simply Motorcoach Country Club Indio. Do not get it confused with the older park directly across the street, called Outdoor Resorts Indio. Also do not get it confused with Signature Resorts Palm Springs. This resort Motorcoach Country Club Indio is the only one with the water front lots with private docks and yacht club, very neat indeed, to see all the little boats go around. Alas renters do not have access to the yacht club and billiards room, only the main clubhouse with fancy full service restaurant and bar. Alas dogs are not allowed to swim in the man-made lake or water features. For that you have to go to Signature Resorts Bay Harbor in Michigan, which is the second best resort I have experienced so far, same developer, newer park. I would certainly return to this resort and even purchase a lot. High recommended. 10++ rating.
Great park, served its purpose of being a place to camp while we had business in downtown Sacramento for a week. Sites were level and wide. Gravel space for RV, concrete patio, asphalt space for car. Plenty of space. Biking distance to brand new Wal-Mart and Home Depot. Very convenient. Bus stop is walking distance Located in an area that is being revitalized, not a luxury place to be. But the price is right, and the full hookups were good. Sewer connection is off the ground but no big deal. No grass for dog, but that was ok for our dog. Wireless internet good. Again, what sets this park apart is that it is biking distance to brand new Wal-Mart and has a bus stop outside the gate.
Excellent location with 50 amp full hookups. Sites are not concrete pads and not perfectly level, but just level enough for levelers to auto-level. Gated campground with full service grocery store and RV parts store. Metro bus station on site will take you to subway metro station. Have stayed here 3 times. Will return and recommend.
We stayed in the new Light House Point section of Cedar Point's Camper Village. Very long pull-thru concrete driveway and picnic pad, complete with permanent grill and clean picnic table. Concrete site is perfectly level. Landscaping is beautiful with excellent manicured green grass and privacy evergreen trees around the concrete patios. Not waterfront, but water view. Entry to park is a quick 5 minute walk or shuttle bus. Trash pickup service everyday. Nice registration office and campstore. Noise from rollercoaster is only a low rumble, not a big deal. In short, campground reminds me of a high end luxury motorcoach resort in terms of looks and long concrete pad.
This is the best campground in the Rehoboth area for the price $38 all year round for: all pull-through, level-asphalt 50amp full-hookup sites. Sites are not huge, but all can fit big rigs. 5 minute walk to the beach. Dogs allowed on the beach October 1 through April 30. Beach is super clean and there's large beautiful waves. No campstore, but you can walk to the sister marina where there is a marina store for fresh seafood, ice cream, and fishing supplies. Great website for making reservations and picking your own site.
Great location: can easily walk to Kings Dominion Park and Burger King and Denny's. Truck stop here too with diesel fuel and truck wash available. Propane fill available at campground. Large pull-through sites. Not perfectly level, but level enough for auto levelers to work. Full hookups are available. Reservation desk gave us a site without sewer at first, which was corrected when I called the day of arrival to confirm again. Not sure why they made the mistake since I asked for sewer several times by phone and email confirmations. Worst website of all the campgrounds I have ever been to: basically the campground does not have a website. Wi-Fi is only available at the front building, not on campsites. TV antennae reception was good. To earn a 10, this campground needs concrete level pull-through pads for big rigs.
A very dog friendly campground. They have a fenced dog run and even a dog beach which is excellent. They have waste bags and a dog water fountain too. Dogs allowed into the campstore too. The most dog friendly campground I have ever been to. A copy of your pet's rabies certificate is required. New campground (totally remodeled): with an excellent location, very close to Ocean City. The campground provides it's own free shuttle service to and from Ocean City every 2 hours. Free shuttle service to Assateague too. Super friendly staff, experienced in campstore and also shuttle bus driver. We were in Site 3A: excellent quiet location away from crowds, shade trees, big-rig friendly and a newly graveled site. Problem is that the cable TV, sewer, electric, and water were ALL 40 feet away from our coach connection. The connections were the furthest we have ever experienced. Not sure who allowed connections to be placed so far away. We had to buy a 20ft sewer extension hose for our 20 ft sewer hose from a neighboring campground 1.5 miles away because the campstore here sold the basic hose, but not "both" end adaptors for the hose. We also did without cable because our cable TV line was only 25ft. Luckily our 50amp cable is 50 ft. long. To earn a 10: this campground needs to relocate the connections, and pour super level and flat concrete pads on all the sites. But the campground is good as is with the clean and awesome dog beach. I would return here and recommend this campground for Ocean City visitors.
The site we were on was very unlevel H211, which is the main reason for the rating. Most of the sites at this campground are too unlevel for big rigs with auto levelers. Our pull-through site had such a tight turn and a huge tree trunk, so we had to back into it instead. If site was even, I would rate this campsite a 9. Dump station and fresh water fill available. Huge pull-through sites and paved pads. Too bad they're not level. Generator hours 8AM-10AM, 4PM-7PM. Cool enough, so no need for AC. There was not enough space for our awning to go out because of the tree trunks, but enough space for slideouts. Camp host used a golf cart to lead us to our site: nice service. Very beautiful campground with many trees and deer. I will return, but will try a different campsite.
Campground served its purpose in that it was close to the beach and had shuttle service to the beach every half hour. Site was very tight and very unlevel for our big rig, even though we were in the largest full hookup sites right across from the pool. I would not call it a big rig park. Tires on passenger side were lifted off the ground by levelers, bring and use plenty of wood blocks to help level. Most sites are super unlevel, main reason for 5 rating. Our site was on sandy grassy spot, no pad. Managers were fair, fully stocked store with grocery items. Observation: store carried many Confederate flag items, quotes, rugs, plates, etc. Even the garbage truck displayed a confederate flag as well as a neighboring campsite.
10+ rating park. Largest clubhouse I have ever seen complete with movie theater, pool table room, large gym, huge kitchen and bar, card room, sauna. Tennis court and pool and live grass 9 hole putting green, Gated card entry. Large perfectly level sites. Fountains and lake. Dogs can swim in them. Large sites and common areas for dogs to play in. Wonderful resort for dog lovers, tennis players, golfers. Close to Bar Harbor Yacht Club and Equestrian Center.
I have given 10 rating to other campgrounds. But this is better than all the other ones I have rated so far; this ones deserves a 10+. Super clean and super level sites. Very luxurious resort with fountains and free bikes to ride. Dog treats and brand new fenced dog park. Also trails in the woods. Very huge resort. Close to casinos, downtown, wineries, etc. Customer service staff is also excellent and very patient, always smiling. I have never seen so many Prevosts and Newells at one resort.
Resort is not for big rigs. Sites are too un-level for big rigs that need to be level for slides. Most un-level site I have ever experienced: reason for overall rating of 3. However, campsite was quiet with lots of tall pine trees, and 30 minutes from Rehoboth Beach with traffic, not too bad. Gated entrance is nice, sites are large, with plenty of space for toad. Management was nice, a little impatient when we asked to be changed to a more level site, which was still un-level, but better. Will probably not return here because we have a big rig. The campground is fine for tents and small trailers. 50 amp hookup and water hookup excellent condition. No sewer hookup. Only sewer dump for overnight campers. Most of the sites are reserved for long timers, kind of like a trailer park atmosphere.
Excellent campground for big rigs. Easy access. Loops A and B are best for big rigs, most level and large sites. Loop C very unlevel. Super large driveway and grass area at almost every site. No hookups. Very beautiful and nature at its best. Feels like you are in the middle of nowhere. All roads and pads are paved. Lots of birds singing, no traffic noise. Access to Skyline Drive via Rt. 33 very easy. Park Rangers all very nice, no problems. Rate per night is excellent for what you get.
Beautiful campground with very large level graveled sites, quiet, expansive lawn, outstanding views of mountains and farmland. However, overall experience was hurt by the grumpy-like nature of the owner-manager compared to management attitudes and customer service at neighboring campgrounds. The unconditional patience and warm regards experienced from management at many other campgrounds are superior in comparison. These polar observations give Luray RV Resort Country Waye a well-deserved overall fair and "bittersweet" rating of 4 out of 10.
We stayed in the new section that just opened this Spring: Deer Creek "Motorcoach" Resort with 70 additional sites. Stayed for free for Grand opening weekend. All lots for purchase. Can only stay in this section if you buy lot for $50,000, or rent from an owner for $50. Very level, clean, landscaped lots. Super friendly owner. Free use of 9 hole golf course, mini-golf, club house with theater, and fishing pond. Gated section. Very quiet and beautiful views from all lots. Stayed on Lot 1 by the clubhouse. Full hookups W/E/S, no wireless internet, no AT&T wireless cell service, no pool.
F-section sites were the largest, most level, cleanest sites, paved pads. Other sections had some very ultra-unlevel, unpaved, sites, would never camp there. Very friendly service, escort in golf cart greeted us and guided us to the site. Our site was perfect, room for slide-outs and very level and clean. Very close to the highway, easy access. Highway noise and one train noise during the night did not bother us. Beautiful view of neighboring golf course. View of interstate power lines did not bother us. Large campstore, very bright and clean. Perfect place to bring dogs, bags provided. Good Sam discount.
Campground hosts were very friendly when booking reservation, propane fill service available, did not use. Site was clean, plenty of space, and very quiet. Site had concrete patio pad. RV itself parked on gravel site. Plenty of room for slideouts and tall RVs. Our site was in the back, pull-thru at the end of the row.
Very well established campground, like a resort, with all types of services such as propane fill at your RV, dog walking, onsite mechanic, large camping store, etc. Very clean and level site. Plenty of room for slideouts. Very easy to back-in. Our site was located across from pool, I think this is the best area to be in. Great location in general, only slight negative is that you can hear the I-95 highway noise from every campsite. Grocery store, bank, and Home Depot are only 1 minute away. Rate was for AAA which I have.