This is a small, but nice campground. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. They helped a person who had a problem with their slide out and gave us directions to and from the campground and fastest way to Cooperstown. We chose a long pull-thru site with 50 amp, water and sewer. There is grass between sites and each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Roads and sites are dirt and gravel. Showers and bathrooms were clean. Our Verizon wireless internet and cell phone reception was adequate. No cable reception, but our satellite worked fine. While here, we visited the Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. It’s about a 20 minute drive from the campground. Price is high for what you get.
This is a small, but nice campground with a lot of tent sites and cabins. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. We were in a long pull-thru site with 50 amp, water and sewer. The sites are close together and may present a problem for big rigs over 38 feet, because roads are very narrow. Roads and sites are dirt and gravel. The owners need to cut down trees and trim back a lot of branches to avoid scraping your RV. There’s a picnic table and fire pit on every site. Showers and bathrooms were very clean. Cable reception, our Verizon wireless internet, cell phone and satellite worked fine. The campground has a lot of amenities for kids including a pool, playground, wagon rides, etc. This location is great if you are visiting Notre Dame University.
This campground is primarily seasonals. It has a nice pool, playground and store. However, it’s pricey for what you get especially with no cable. Showers are $.25 for every 5 minutes. We had a back-in site with 50 amp, water and sewer. We got good satellite reception and locals with our antenna. Verizon wireless and cell phone reception was adequate. While here, we visited Lambeau Field – home of the Green Bay Packers.
This campground is centrally located in Door County. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. They guided us to our site. There are two sections in this campground. We stayed in the new section because we wanted satellite reception and light. We had a pull through site with full hook ups. It was level and had good satellite and TV antenna reception. We used our Verizon wireless internet since Wi-Fi is only available near the office. Campground is very clean. When people check out, someone cleans the site and fire pit. It’s a nice touch. We did not use the showers or bathrooms. Laundry room was very clean and prices are reasonable. While here, we visited Egg Harbor, Sister Bay, Fish Creek, took the ferry to Washington Island, kayaked, and biked.
Owners of this campground are elderly and have decided not to advertise due to health reasons. The owner is very friendly and accommodating. She gave us several brochures and flyers on attractions in Hayward. You need to be self-contained to camp here since there are no bathrooms or showers. It’s an open field right off Rte 63 in Hayward. The sites are all grassy pull-thrus with plenty of room between sites. Each site has 50 amp, water and sewer. There’s a picnic table and fire pit on each site. There is no Wi-Fi or cable. Our satellite reception was great. The campground is clean with little traffic noise. This is a nice campground with no frills, just bare minimums. While here, we canoed the Namekagon River and hiked the Trego Nature Trail. We would definitely stay here again if passing through.
This is a small campground, but well maintained. Most sites are tent trailer sites with 30 amp and water. It could be a challenge for large RVs over 38 feet since all sites are back-in sites. Roads are dirt and gravel, rough and narrow. A few sites have cable, 50 amp, water and sewer. We had one of these back-in sites. The bathrooms (toilet only) are outside and showers are inside. Showers are metered charging $1.50 for 5 minutes. Even though we didn’t use them, they were very clean. There’s no laundry on premises. Store has a limited selection of RV supplies, ice, and wood only. Office hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Their Wi-Fi is fast and had excellent cable reception. Our Verizon cell phone worked fine. The park is close to downtown Bayfield. While here, we visited downtown Bayfield; took a boat cruise to Madeline Island and took the Grand Tour of the Apostle Islands. We also went blueberry and raspberry picking in Bayfield.
This is a very small campground with a lot of tent sites. The RV sites are long with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Roads and sites are dirt and gravel. Showers and bathrooms are very clean. Our Verizon wireless Internet and cell phone reception was adequate. No cable reception, but our satellite worked fine. While here, we visited the Glensheen Historic Estate which is located on the shores of Lake Superior 5 miles north of downtown Duluth. Price was high since we only had 30 amp and water.
This is a real nice and quiet campground. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Some roads are paved, others are sand. Most sites are back-ins with gravel. Sites are long with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Our Verizon wireless internet and cell phone worked fine. Showers and laundry room are very clean. Negative is no cable; however, we were able to get locals and satellite. There are walking trails nearby and close to a water park and zoo. Nearby attractions include Mall of America, the the Museum of Science in St. Paul, St. Anthony’s Falls and Dam, and the Stone Arch Bridge.
The owners of this park put a lot of money into it. They planted a lot of trees. Built a man-made lake on the property. Built new office, bathrooms, showers and laundry room. They plan to expand further. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They provided us with a package of things to do in the area on check-in. The campground and grounds are gorgeous and clean. Every site is a back-in with sufficient room between sites. Every site has a concrete pad and patio, fire ring, grass and trees. Showers were immaculate. Our Verizon wireless internet and cell phone worked fine. Negative is no cable and weren’t able to get locals because of the bluffs in the area. Our satellite dish worked fine. While here, we visited Effigy Mounds NM and downtown Elkader.
This park is small, clean and easy access from I-80. Staff was helpful in giving us directions to nearby Walmart. There are a lot of seasonals in the park. Every site is a pull-through with sufficient room between sites. Every site is long with gravel, patio, fire ring, grass and trees. Showers were very clean. Our Verizon Internet and cell phones worked fine. No cable, but we were able to get locals on our high definition TV. While here, we visited President Hoover’s Presidential Museum, Library, and National Historic Site.
This is probably one of the nicest KOAs we’ve stayed in. It’s super friendly with lots of activities. They had wine tasting and a lot of weekend activities for kids. They served ice cream at $1.00 per scoop. They also serve great pizzas and wings. Pool was packed since it was over 90 degrees. Our Verizon internet card and cell phone worked fine. We had one of the better sites in the park – site 14 had 50 amp and full hookups. We also had a shade tree. There’s a lot of room if you have a 50 amp site. You are side by side and tight squeeze if you’re on a 30 amp site. Our Direct TV satellite worked well. Negatives are no cable, no local grocery stores and flies when you eat outside. While here, we visited Winterset – John Wayne’s birthplace and six covered bridges.
This is a typical overpriced KOA campground. Sites are very narrow and on top of each other. Neighbor’s sewer hose was extremely close to our picnic table. It’s not appealing when eating outside. Sites are mostly dirt with little gravel. It’s very hard to navigate through the campground. Trees provide great shade in 100 degree temps. Pool is refreshing in these temps. We weren’t able to connect to their Wi-Fi. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet card worked well. Extended cable was one of the main reasons we stayed here. Showers and bathrooms were clean. While here we visited Boys Town, TD Ameritrade College World Series Stadium, Gerald Ford’s Birthplace and Gardens, and Old Downtown Omaha.
This is a nice quiet park. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Roads and sites are gravel. Pull-through sites are long with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Cable, Wi-Fi, and cell phone reception were very good. Showers and laundry room are very clean. Wash is $1.50 and dryer is $0.75. Pool is wide open with no shade trees or umbrellas; however, it’s clean. There’s a hot tub for adults. We don’t have kids, but they have a lot of amenities for them such as a playground, pull-trains, pool, etc. During our stay we visited Homestead NM of America and downtown Lincoln.
We’ve been going cross country for 5 years and this campground is in the top 5 worse campgrounds we ever stayed in. The park is located on farmland converted to a campground. There is a cell tower in the campground. High voltage power lines run right over the campground. There are a lot of old and run down trailers in this park. Dirt roads lead to the backside of the campground. The sites are gravel with LARGE rocks and mostly dirt. Sites are close to each other. There are no shade trees and with high 90 degree temps, we had to run our ACs constantly. There are 2 self contained bathrooms: toilet, sink and shower in one room. Bare bones but clean. Wi-Fi was fast. Verizon cell phone reception was excellent. This park should be used for only an overnight stay. While here, we visited The Great Platte River Road Archway Monument.
This is a nice and small campground with full hook-ups. It has cable, long concrete pads and grass between every site. Verizon cell phone and campground’s Wi-Fi worked well. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Negatives are trains blowing their whistles and dogs barking frequently. There’s a Wal-Mart and Safeway in Scotts Bluff. During our stay, we visited Scotts Bluff NM, Chimney Rock, Oregon Trail, and Agate Fossil Beds NM.
This is a nice quiet park located near downtown Custer. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Roads and sites are sand and gravel. All sites are back-ins and all have a picnic table and fire pit. There’s plenty of room between sites. Wi-Fi and cell phone reception were very good. Showers and laundry room are very clean. Wash is $2.00 and dryer is $0.75. One negative is no cable reception. We were able to get satellite reception among the tall pines. During our stay we visited Jewel Cave NM, Wind Cave NP, Custer State Park, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Spearfish Canyon and Devil’s Tower in Wyoming, albeit a long drive.
This is a nice quiet park within walking distance to Wall Drug. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Roads and sites are gravel. Pull-thru sites are long with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a grassy area with a picnic table. Cable, WiFi, and cell phone reception were very good. Showers and laundry room are very clean. Wash is $1.25 and dryer is $1.00. One negative is train noise at 2:00 am where they exchange box cars adjacent to a grain factory near campground. During our stay we visited Badlands NP, Minuteman NHS and downtown Wall.
This park is not well maintained. It’s old and needs a lot of work. The person who guided us to our site did not know how to navigate us into our site. Bathrooms and laundry facilities need a major upgrade. The campground has dirt and gravel roads. Sites are very close. Since sewer is in the middle of the site, our neighbor’s sewer hook-up was directly over our awning. Cable, WiFi, and cell phone reception were good. It costs an additional $2.00 for cable. This park is close to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. You can walk to downtown Medora from campground. Unfortunately, there is only one other campground in the area. They are both comparable.
We’ve been going cross country for three years and visited 44 states. This is by far the nicest campground we’ve stayed in thus far. It has all the luxuries one could want. This is definitely a resort. Staff is very helpful and professional. All buildings and entrance wall have a brick face. Security gate is black rod iron. It has three gorgeous “dancing” fountains and a large club house. It also has a lap pool, sports court, putting green, gas fire pits, etc. It has underground sprinklers, expanded cable (over 50 channels), 2 separate buildings for showers and laundry - both extremely spotless. It has several dog walks and even has a dog wash area (shampoo, flea and tick, conditioner, rinse, etc). All sites have a double concrete pad and grass between sites. They also have sites on the Sacramento River. Trash is picked up daily at your site. The only negative is you can hear highway noise. I’m willing to put up with the noise to get these amenities. Manager's special was $30 per night with a minimum of a 3 night stay. We visited Lassen Volcanic NP during our stay.
This campground is located on a marina with a great view of Yaquina Bay Bridge and magnificent sunsets. Roads and sites are paved. Nice big pull throughs that can accommodate rigs and toad over 60 feet. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet worked fine. Good satellite reception. This is a great place for crabbing and clamming. It’s also a great place to leave your rig and travel the coast. This park provides free shuttle service to the bay front and beyond. This park also has a wonderful camp host that tells you the must see and dos in the area. While here we visited Sea Lions Caves, Nye Beach, and Depoe Bay. One negative is no picnic tables on sites because the sites are too narrow.
This is a nice quiet park within walking distance to the beach and beautiful downtown Cannon Beach. There is a free shuttle bus from the campground that will take you to the beach and downtown. Staff is friendly. Roads and sites are paved with trees, picnic table, fire pit, and a grassy area on every site. Our site was long enough to fit both our 38 foot fifth wheel and truck. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet worked fine. Good satellite reception. Bathrooms and showers were clean. During our stay we visited Astoria – Lewis and Clark NHS, Astoria Column, Peter Iredale shipwreck, Tillamook Cheese Factory,and Three Capes Scenic Ocean Drive.
This is a very nice and maintained campground. Staff is friendly and they make sure that you adhere to the rules. Roads are paved and all sites have a concrete pad and patio. There are trees, a picnic table and a grassy area on every site. Most sites are about 50 feet long. Since we couldn’t fit our truck on the site, they allowed us to park the truck in an overflow lot free of charge. There is quite a lot of room between sites. Limited Cable and satellite reception were great. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet worked fine. Rate includes stay 6 nights and get the 7th free. Campground has RV service on site. Bathrooms and showers are spotless. The park allows you to wash your RV and vehicle; fee is $5.00 each vehicle. Park is convenient to highway, Wal-Mart and Campers World. You can hear trains 24/7 and the Park is on the flight path for Portland Airport. We got use to it after awhile. It wasn’t too bothersome. During our stay we visited Columbia River Gorge and Mount St. Helens. We will definitely come back here.
This is a no frills campground. I have no idea why it’s called a Resort and don’t know why everyone else gave it such high reviews. It has NOTHING to offer. There’s no 50 amp, dirt roads and sites, no cell phone service, no cable, no satellite reception, no wireless except for the free Wi-Fi near the office, minimal sunlight, and no Sirius XM radio in the campground or in the NP. This is the only NP that we’ve been to that has pay phones for outgoing calls since there’s no cell phone reception throughout this NP. Trees are so dense and tall that no reception is possible anywhere. We needed to drive 6 miles to Ashford to get cell phone service. Make sure you gas up and get groceries before you arrive at this campground because there’s nothing here. The campground has one shower, one bathroom, one washer and one dryer and smells musty. The only two positives are that it has full hook-ups with only 30 amp; it’s about a half mile to Mount Rainier’s Nisqually entrance; owners are friendly; and allow campfires. Unfortunately, this is the only campground with full hook-ups in Ashford.
We enjoyed our 4 day stay here. We liked the fact that the beach is right in the campground. There are several colored chairs and beach umbrellas for you to enjoy. They rent canoes, beach bikes, pontoon boats, and kayaks at the campground for reasonable prices. Sites are long, level, and gravel. Main roads are paved. Our Verizon cell phone, internet card and satellite worked fine. Combination bathroom and shower were very clean. Laundry was clean also and prices were reasonable. Downtown shops in Couer D’Alene were very nice especially those on Sherman Street. Couer D’Alene has a very nice bike trail that you can connect to just a short distance from the campground. It’s paved and safe. We definitely recommend this campground. You won’t be disappointed.
This park had great reviews and influenced us to stay here. In hindsight, I would have paid an additional $12 a night for a comparable site at the KOA down the street. The KOA has a pool, and sunny sites. This park does not have cable TV. There are a lot of tall pine trees that block satellite reception if your dish is on top of your RV. The showers, although very clean are so small that you can’t move in them. They cater to transients, not people who book for a week or more. Our neighbors were here for two weeks and they put them on a long pull through near the highway. You hear traffic noise and a train occasionally. Ask for the back sites if you decide to camp here since those sites are paved. The positives are that they are close to the west entrance of Glacier NP, make homemade pies on the premises, Verizon cell phone and wireless internet worked fine, and the staff is friendly and informative.
This RV Park is the best in all of Yellowstone. It’s 2 miles from the west entrance of Yellowstone NP. We were happy that we stayed here even though it takes 2 hours to get to Mammoth Hot Springs and the Canyon area. Staff is the best we’ve encountered in our 3 years going cross country. This campground has it all. You couldn’t ask for better service. Our pull through site was long enough to fit our 38 foot fifth-wheel and truck. There are trees, a picnic table and a grassy area on every site. There is quite a lot of room between sites. All sites and roads are paved. Cable and satellite reception were great. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet worked fine. Campground has RV service on site. Bathrooms and showers are spotless. They provide free coffee, hot chocolate, tea and cappuccino everyday between 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily. Restaurants, grocery stores, shops, and IMAX theatre are within walking distance. The park allows you to wash your RV and vehicle at no charge. They even provide refunds if you opt to shorten your stay. We intended to stay two weeks but decided to only stay 10 days. You will not be disappointed. Make reservations in advance because they sell out early.
This is the only campground in Grand Teton NP that has full hookups. You are within walking distance of the Colter Bay Visitor Center, General Store, laundry, gas station, restaurants and Colter Bay Marina. View of Tetons from lake is spectacular. The General Store is big and has everything you need. Prices are reasonable, too. Roads are paved and sites are dirt. They have long pull through sites. The sites are not level so bring leveling blocks. Since the campground has a lot of pine trees, there is little sun. It is close to the water; the campground is infested with mosquitoes. You need to spray yourself often if you plan to spend time outdoors. The other negatives are no cable, no Wi-Fi, and no campfires. BBQ grills can’t be left unattended because of a heavy bear population. You have to clean your grill and put it away as soon as you’re done with it. Our Verizon cell phone worked fine. Our site was near the beach and we were able to get satellite. Other sites could not get reception.
This RV park is highly recommended especially if you plan to visit downtown Salt Lake City (SLC). You can get free shuttle to downtown right from the campground. The campground also provides tours. They pick you up and drop you off at the campground. This campground has it all. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. You couldn’t ask for better service. Our pull through site was long enough to fit our 38 foot fifth-wheel and truck. There are trees, a picnic table, and a grassy area on every site. There is quite a lot of room between sites. All sites and roads are paved. Cable and satellite reception were great. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet worked fine. Campground has RV service on site. Bathrooms and showers are spotless. Pool, hot tub, and laundry were also very clean. The campground offers movies and entertainment on the weekend. There is a Wal-Mart close by and many restaurants. In addition to visiting SLC we visited Antelope Island State Park during our stay. I highly recommend this park. You will not be disappointed. Make reservations in advance because they sell out early.
There are only two campgrounds in Great Basin NP. We chose this campground because it has trees, 50 amp, and is less than ¼ mile to the Great Basin Visitor Center and 5 miles to Lehman Caves and Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive. We were able to get satellite reception on site 18 regardless of the height and number of trees in the campground. The negatives are NO cell phone reception; campground is not well maintained and consequently there are a lot of small gnats. We had to spray before we ate outside. There is a small motel and bar on the premises which are maintained a little better than the campground. Regardless, we felt safe here. It’s small and quiet; office is open from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Make sure that you have enough food for your stay because there is nothing here – no restaurant or grocery store in the area. There is a gas station nearby that has diesel and is open 24/7 – self-service and credit card only. It was fine for 2 nights. I wouldn’t recommend a longer stay. There is nothing here but the NP.
This KOA was a great place to stay for one night on our way to Great Basin National Park. The sites are gravel with dirt roads. Each site has a picnic table. We had a 60 foot pull-thru which was great because we didn’t want to unhook. Staff is very friendly. Extended Cable and Wi-Fi was good. Showers and bathrooms were immaculate. Verizon cell phone reception was great.
The best feature of this campground is that you can walk from your site to the beach. It’s great: no hassle finding a parking space. You can also take a boat ride on the M.S. Dixie II located on the pier. Since the campground has a lot of beautiful Ponderosa Pine trees, it is difficult for big rigs over 40 feet to get into their assigned sites. The sites are tiered and slope front to rear. Hence, leveling may be an issue but with patience you can get it level. You can’t get satellite here due to the large and tall trees. However, they have extended cable TV with a great reception. Our Verizon internet and cell phone worked well. The sites and roads are paved. There is a nice store and restaurant across the street. There’s also a Safeway less than a mile from the campground and casinos less than 5 miles away. I highly recommend staying here if you want to spend time on Lake Tahoe. You can’t beat the access.
This is a pricey campground with a great Ocean view. It’s about 15 miles from downtown San Francisco. Roads and sites are paved. Sites are so close together that you can’t put out your awnings. Our slide out was about 6 inches from our neighbors. Our site was able to accommodate our 38 foot fifth wheel and truck. Ask for a site with grass to give you more room. Showers and bathrooms were immaculate. Reception on our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet card was fast. Water pressure was low. While here we visited Muir Woods, Point Reyes National Seashore and downtown San Francisco.
This is a very quiet park. It’s the closest park to Yosemite even with a 30+ mile drive. Roads are paved and sites are gravel. The KOA can’t accommodate anything greater than 40 feet including tow vehicle. There’s no extra room to park vehicles. There’s a picnic table at each site. The store is well stocked and has everything you need for a quick meal. You can catch a shuttle bus to Yosemite from the campground for $24 per person round trip. Showers were very clean. The negatives are NO cell phone reception except if your carrier is Nextel. There’s no AT&T or Verizon reception. We weren’t able to get Verizon wireless internet connection whatsoever. The KOAs internet reception is fast. However, you are only allotted an hour per day. After an hour, you are disconnected. You can sign up for unlimited connection at $6 per day or $16 per week. For the price you pay per night, you should get unlimited internet connection. Cable TV reception was poor. We used our satellite dish to get better cable TV reception.
This is a great RV Park. It fills fast. Suggest you make reservations to be guaranteed a site. The staff is very friendly and they try to accommodate your wishes. The front sites have cement patios while the sites further in the back are dirt. Every site has a picnic table and grill. Some of the roads are paved. The showers and laundry room were very clean. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet connection was fast with great reception. The only negative is the dust. You need to keep your doors and windows closed most of the time. There are many shade trees and they provide a nice breeze on hot days. While here we hiked Mt. Whitney, visited Manzanar National Historic Site, and Death Valley. We truly enjoyed our stay and would come back if in the area.
This is a very nice KOA. It’s clean and well run. The staff is friendly. They let us change site and pick the site we wanted. They have basic cable; Verizon wireless internet reception was fast as was our Verizon cell phone reception. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. They give you tokens for the showers. The sites are gravel, long and were wide enough for our 3 slide outs and awnings. While here we visited the Mojave National Preserve and Ghost Town. We recommend this KOA.
This campground is run like a state park and is very pricey for what you get. You have to pay $2 for each vehicle (Monday-Thursday) and $4 on weekends in addition to the $37 per night site fee. There is no cable TV; Verizon cell phone reception had one bar, and Verizon wireless internet connection was slow. The pluses are that it’s close to Reagan’s Presidential Library and Museum and each site has a concrete pad and fire ring. We also visited Santa Monica National Recreation Area during our three day stay.
We stayed here three nights while visiting the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum and Pasadena. This is a typical KOA. It’s pricey. However, we enjoyed our stay since it was close to the Nixon Library and Pasadena. The campground has no cable TV and the sites are close together. Fortunately, we had no problem with our 38 foot fifth wheel since we were given a large site: #149. We loved this site especially the shade trees since it provided us with a nice breeze on a hot day. This Park has a lot of seasonal sites. Make your reservations early.
We stayed here three nights while visiting Joshua Tree National Park. It is very close to the entrance of the Oasis Visitor Center. This Park has the monopoly since it’s the only RV Park close to the NP. It’s fine to stay here for a short time, but would not suggest long stays. This park is over priced for what you get. There is no cable TV, there is high road noise and no shade trees. The hot top on the pull through sites are not well maintained. This Park is mostly seasonals.
This is really a nice campground. It’s within walking distance to the Grand Canyon Railroad and close to the Grand Canyon South Rim (50 miles) and the three National Monuments in Flagstaff. The Park offers train rides to the Grand Canyon. The park has long and level paved sites; roads are very wide and also paved. The showers and bathrooms are very clean. We had no problems getting a reception on our Verizon cell phone or wireless internet card. Cable and satellite reception were fantastic. The Park is within walking distance of restaurants and a super market. The negatives are no shade trees and you hear trains go by frequently during the day. We highly recommend this park.
This is a typical KOA campground. They are right off the highway and pricey for what you get. They have long pull through, gravel sites and allow campfires. Roads are also gravel. Cable reception was good. Both our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet reception was good. You can hear highway traffic and train noise everywhere in the campground. They offer breakfast and BBQ at a reasonable price. Bathrooms and laundry rooms were very clean. We visited Petrified Forest NP and Painted Desert (20 minute drive) during our two night stay.
This RV Park is highly recommended especially if you plan to attend the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta! It has everything you want in a campground. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. We were escorted to our site. Our pull through site had a concrete pad and patio; it was long, level and a lot of room between sites. The staff is well organized. Our check-in was quick. Our round trips to and from Fiesta Park went well. Strongly suggest you take the bus from the campground if you plan to attend any of the events. The bus fee include admission to the park. You don’t have to worry about parking or getting to the destination. The campground offers free continental breakfasts, hot coffee, and popcorn every day. Cable TV and satellite reception were great. Our Verizon cell phone worked fine. The campground’s Wi-Fi reception was sporadic, sometimes slow other times fast; same applied to our Verizon wireless card. Campground has RV service on site. Also, there is a Camper’s World, mall, restaurants nearby. The negatives are extremely low water pressure (unable to shower in RV) since they have a well. Also, you hear traffic noise due to proximity to highway. I highly recommend this RV Park if you are willing to deal with the negatives. You will not be disappointed.
This RV park is awesome!! It has everything you want in a campground. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. We were escorted to our site. All sites are gravel and roads are paved. Our site was a back-in on a hill; it was very long and spacious. The bathrooms, showers, and laundry room are IMMACULATE. They get my vote as the number 1 campground for cleanliness after 6 months on the road. Even though they don’t have cable, we were able to get over 40 channels on our antenna. Our Verizon cell phone had great reception. We used their Wi-Fi since we couldn’t log on to our Verizon wireless Internet card. Their Wi-Fi is sporadic; at times it was strong and other times it was extremely slow. We could hear traffic noise from our site but it wasn’t too bad. During our stay, we visited Mesa Verde NP (1 mile to entrance); Four Corners; Aztec Ruins NM; and took a tour on the Durango & Silverton Railroad. I highly recommend this RV Park. You will not be disappointed.
This campground is over rated for what you get. It’s pricey. Staff has a problem assigning sites. We booked online in February for a pull through since our 5th wheel and truck are 54 foot in length. When we arrived, they assigned us a 30 foot site even though we showed them our confirmation for a pull through and full hookups. After 10 minutes, they assigned us to the “only” remaining pull through site. The site was unlevel and so close to the next site that we couldn’t open our awning. Speaking to other campers, they were told the same thing and were assigned a different site. We saw a lot of campers trying to squeeze into sites that were too small to accommodate their rig. Many had to park their vehicles in a separate parking lot because there was no room on the assigned site. If it rains, sites flood. The red clay on every site becomes mud. Make sure you take your shoes off before you enter your rig. Otherwise, the red soil will be all over your trailer. This campground has the monopoly because there are no other campgrounds within 25-30 miles. Staff needs an attitude adjustment because they feel take it or leave it. They’re right because every night we were here they turned people away. If you decide to stay here, call ahead for reservations because the park is full by 4:00 p.m. Both their Wi-Fi and our Verizon wireless card were extremely slow. The few pros are extended cable TV, clean showers, bathrooms, and laundry room. They also give Monument Valley tours that originate from the campground. If you want to visit Monument Valley, suggest you get to the campground early morning and take an afternoon tour with Gouldings and leave next day. During our stay we took a Monument Valley tour and visited Natural Bridges, Gooseneck State Park, and Navajo National Monument.
This RV park is great for boating and fishing since the campground is right on the marina. Swimming is within walking distance of the campground. We camped in B loop. We had a large back-in concrete site with plenty of room for an RV, boat, and towing vehicle. Sites are well spaced and large. Roads are paved and large enough for big RVs to maneuver. We had a nice view of Lake Powell from our site. The park is clean and well maintained. We had great reception on our Verizon cell phone and DirecTV. Their Wi-Fi was slow but faster than our wireless Verizon card. They have no cable. The resort offers tours. We visited Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon Dam, Lower Antelope Canyon (photographer's dream), and Horseshoe Bend during our stay.
This is definitely the best campground to stay in when visiting Zion NP, even though it’s a 20 minute drive to the west entrance. Management is very helpful and always looking for ways to help you. The park is immaculate and well maintained. Sites are cleaned as soon as people check out. Pull-through sites are concrete and back-in sites are smooth gravel; roads are paved. There is a lot of room between sites and each site has a metal picnic table and fire ring. Mature trees on most sites provide welcome shade. The park’s Wi-Fi worked faster than our Verizon wireless card. Satellite reception was great. Our Verizon cell phone was spotty; we had 1-4 bars at our site – 22 but no reception in the laundry room. We recommend that if you need groceries that you stop at Wal-Mart in Hurricane or the Farmer’s Market grocery store in La Verkin before you check in at the park. The RV park has a small convenience store for basics and a small gift shop. The park offers nightly activities and also provides transportation to Zion NP for $10.00 round trip. The negatives of this park are no cable, $1.00 for a 5 minute shower, and $2.00 for washers/dryers. While here, we visited Zion NP, Cedar Breaks NM, Kolob Canyons and St. George.
Ruby’s Inn and Campground have the monopoly here. As a result, prices are high. We bought two peppers and were charged $2.00 each. They weren’t even fresh. The closest grocery store is located 20 miles away in Panguitch. Be sure to stock up before you stay here. The pros in staying here is the park is located about 2 miles from the entrance to Bryce Canyon. You can take the shuttle bus from the campground. The campground is old and as a result all hookups are at the front of the site. Be sure to have long extensions if you have an RV over 35 feet long. The 50 amp is questionable; low water pressure; sites are unlevel with crush stone; no cable TV. Assignment of sites is poor. The laundry, bathrooms, and showers are very clean. Satellite reception was good and so was our Verizon wireless internet and cell phone reception. The campground has a lot of trees. It’s a great place for a short stay.
This park is divided into two sections. The south section is new. It has pull in, pull through and back-in sites. Every site has a double wide concrete pad and a concrete patio. There are flowers and trees on each site. Each site is 70 plus feet long and 40 plus wide. You overlook mountains. The south section also has a new pool and hot tub. It also has 70 plus cable channels. The Mosaic bathroom and showers are very clean. They have a large grass area to walk your dog. Our Verizon wireless internet and cell phones worked great. We visited Arches NP, Canyonlands NP, Dead Horse Point, and Rte.128 Scenic Byway during our stay. We also did a 4x4 tour of the Needles and whitewater rafting on the Colorado River during our 3 week stay. We definitely recommend this campground even though it is pricey in comparison to other campgrounds.
This is the best state campground we’ve ever stayed in and highly recommend it. It has a lot to offer. The campground is 10 years old and has full hookups with 50 amp. Each RV site is paved, long, has a concrete pad, gravel area with a metal canopy for shelter, 10 foot metal picnic table and a fire ring. Roads are paved and no problems navigating onto your site. The park has a pond and you have access to the Colorado River within the park. The price includes a $6.00 vehicle fee per day. The park even has laundry services. The only negative is there's no cable TV. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet card and satellite dish worked well. We visited Colorado National Monument and Grand Junction during our stay. Both are close by. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This campground is over rated for what you get. It’s pricey. All sites are on grass and odd/even sites face each other. The sites are very close and our awning was almost touching our neighbor’s awning. There is no cable TV and no shade trees. They cater to short term stays for premium sites. We stayed for a week and were told they could not give us a large premium site. However, we saw people stay here for one or two nights without reservations. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet card worked fine and so did our satellite dish. We visited the Black Canyon NP (1 hour drive), Crested Butte (1/2 hour drive) and Curecanti NRA during our stay. We would stay at another local campground if we were to visit Gunnison again.
This is a cute little campground. We stayed here while we had our Chevy truck serviced a half mile from the campground. The owner was very friendly and answered all our questions regarding amenities in the area. He escorted us to our site. The pull-through site was gravel, terraced, level, a tree on each side, and had a nice view of the Colorado River. The owner allowed us to wash our rig, providing that we did not use too much water and create water puddles. The negatives of this campground are: no laundry services, long walk to the bathrooms and dumpster, and bathrooms and showers that need major upgrades. There are many permanent sites but owners are very friendly. It’s a great place for a short stay.
This campground is over rated for what you get. It’s pricey, mostly 30 amp sites and no pull through sites. Sites are dirt, not level, and short. There are only a handful of back-in sites that will fit RVs or Fifth-wheels longer than 38 feet. There’s no cable and NO cell phone reception regardless of provider. You have to drive 2 miles down the street to get a reception. The campground is inundated with prairie dogs/gophers. Some office workers are very rude. Our neighbors tried to extend their stay and were told that the park was full when it actually wasn’t. Don’t spend the money for a premium site (extra $10/night ) because all you get is a small green carpet that is not kept clean and wrought iron furniture that leaves a lot to be desired. The one pro is that the Wi-FI was fast, but it may have been because we were near the pavilion. This is a great park for kids. During our stay we visited Rocky Mountain National Park and downtown Estes Park. Unfortunately, there are not too many campgrounds in the area with full hook-ups.
We truly enjoyed this park for the four days we stayed. The park has 4 pull-through sites; however, they are short. You cannot fit both your RV and vehicle on the site. We had to park our truck in the visitors parking lot. The site is gravel, tree on each site and has beautiful grass between sites. Sprinklers come on nightly. Roads are also gravel. The staff is very friendly and they go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. Their Wi-Fi was faster than our Verizon wireless. Our Verizon cell phone did not work in the trailer but did outside. The negative is they don’t have cable TV. Our satellite worked well. We definitely recommend this campground for short stays. We visited the Great Dunes National Park & Preserves and Lathrop State Park while here.
This is the worst KOA campground that we’ve ever stayed in. It has nothing to offer. It’s an older park and needs a lot of maintenance. The roads and sites are nothing but dirt with minimal gravel. They have no cable TV and their Wi-Fi is so slow that it’s not worth logging on. Water pressure is low since they have a well. Entrance road is filled with pot holes. The owners and staff are very friendly and very accommodating. They escort you to the site and ensure all is well before they leave. Sites are level and long; 50 amp; shade trees which are welcome when temps are in the high 90s. The closest Wal-Mart is 15 minutes away. We stayed here while visiting Pecos National Historical Park, Fort Union National Monument and hiking the Santa Fe National Forest. Unfortunately, there are not too many campgrounds to choose from in this area. Campground is okay for a short stay. As typical of all KOA campgrounds, it’s pricey for what you get.
This campground met our needs for two days while we visited White Sands National Monument which is a 45 minute drive. The park has long and level gravel sites; roads are wide with gravel. The combination shower and bathroom is very clean; the two bathrooms were spotless. Their Wi-Fi is fast and we had no problem getting a reception on our Verizon cell phones. The negatives are no shade trees, no cable TV, hard water and light traffic noise. Owners are friendly and hours of operation are limited. They are closed on Sundays and open 6 hours during the week. I’d recommend the campground for short stays.
We truly enjoyed this KOA for the week we stayed. Initially, we had planned to stay for only 5 nights but because we liked the park, we requested to stay 2 additional nights. They accommodated us so we didn’t have to change site. The park has long and level gravel sites; gravel roads; basic cable TV; 50 amp; pool. The staff is very friendly and answered all our questions. They always asked if they could be of further assistance. Laundry room is very clean; washers are $1.50 and dryers $0.25 for 8 minutes. The Park has a minimum of 25-30 check-ins daily. We visited Guadalupe Mountains NP, Carlsbad Caverns NP, Sitting Bull Falls and other attractions during our stay. Even though it’s about 90 minutes to Guadalupe NP and 50 minutes to Carlsbad Caverns NP, we thought it was worth the drive to get the amenities that come with this Park. Their Wi-Fi worked faster than our Verizon wireless card. Our Verizon cell phone worked fine. They have breakfast, BBQ meals, sandwiches, and pizza on site. Prices are reasonable and they will deliver meals to your site. The negatives are that they only have basic cable TV and there are no shade trees. With temperatures in the low 100s, our ACs ran 24/7.
We truly enjoyed this park for the two days we stayed. The park has long and level gravel sites with concrete pads. Roads are paved. Mostly long term residents who work in the area. The staff ensures that all sites are clean and enforce the speed limit. Since there aren’t too many transient sites, we made our reservations a few days in advance. Temperatures were in the high nineties on our stay, so the shade trees were delightful. Wi-Fi and cell phone worked fine. The negative is they don’t have cable TV. We definitely recommend this campground for short stays. We visited the Petroleum Museum.
This is by far the nicest campground outside Big Bend. It’s under new owners and they’ve added cable TV. It’s located in Lajitas, TX about 40 miles from Big Bend NP. In our opinion, it was worth the 45 minute drive each day. The park offers long and level pull through paved sites with concrete pads, Wi-Fi, pool, and laundry room. Across the street is the Lajitas Resort and Spa. The resort has a golf course, an equestrian center, and all sorts of activities are available on site or nearby. We took an ATV tour and a canoe trip on the Rio Grande River. Although it was pricey, we enjoyed both activities. The hiking in Big Bend was great especially the Lost Mine Trail. There is a General store about a quarter mile from the campground. Suggest you bring all your food with you for the length of time you plan to spend here since the closest grocery store is over 50 miles away. The closest Wal-Mart is about 100 miles away. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We stayed here for one week. They honor Good Sam and the rates are very reasonable. Remember, you are in a desert so expect high temperatures in the nineties. The only negative is that there are no shade trees. Therefore, expect your AC to run 24 hours a day.
Although this park is only two years old, it has a lot to offer. Sites are long and level and there’s a lot of room between sites. This Park has extended cable TV, fitness room, pool, rec hall and laundry room. It’s very clean. Almost every pull through site has a peach tree. The peaches are juicy and sweet. The cross winds are so strong that you can’t put your awning out. The positive is that you don’t need to run your air conditioner. The only negative beside no shade trees, is road noise.
This is a very nice park. It’s clean, well maintained, plenty of room between the level sites, has paved roads and a lot of shade trees. Pull throughs are long, level and away from the main road so noise is not an issue. Very easy access to downtown since you can catch a city bus directly across the street from the campground at $1.10 per person. It’s cheaper than the $5.00 fee if you park downtown. There is a Wal-Mart and HEB close by. Pool, hot tub, and laundry room are in great shape. Don’t let your GPS take you on a short-cut to the park since you don’t want to take Southcross because your trailer will bottom out at the Railroad crossing. If coming from the North, take Route 90/I10 West to Roosevelt Ave. We stayed here for 9 days and definitely recommend this park. We would definitely come back here.
We loved this campground. Even though it’s small, it has a lot to offer. The roads and sites are gravel and there is a lot of room between sites. The campground is clean and so are the bathrooms and the laundry room. They even have a fitness and sauna room and a Jacuzzi on site. Every Wednesday they serve dinner in the recreation hall. Cost was only $3.00 per person. The staff is very friendly and they constantly ask if there is anything they can do for you. The campground is close to Stonewall and Johnson City. We visited the LBJ Ranch and LBJ’s boyhood home. We also drove 40 minutes to Austin to visit the LBJ Library and Museum and Lady Bird Wildflower Center. The drawback is that there is no cable TV or shade trees. Hence, this is the reason we ranked it an 8. This is not a campground for you if you have kids. There is no pool or playground. It’s geared for an older population.
This is a very small campground with mostly seasonal campers. It ‘s very clean and people were very friendly. It has long pull through, paved sites; roads are also paved. It’s quiet. It doesn’t have much to offer but is reasonably priced. This is not a campground for you if you have kids. There is no pool or playground. It’s geared for an older population. We stayed here to visit Big Thicket National Preserve which is about 40 minutes away. We stayed here 4 nights.
Although this is a clean campground, it has little to offer. Noise is most disturbing. You hear trains all night and road construction during the day. It’s close to Texas A&M. It may be okay for a few days but that’s it. They don’t even have picnic tables here. When we asked, the manager told us that they don’t provide picnic tables; this park is all about location, location, location. We only stayed here since we had to bring our cat to Texas A&M’s small animal clinic for an ultrasound. The manager was not friendly at all. On arrival, he told us to make sure we were out before noon on Friday since Texas A&M had a football game that weekend. Also, campfires are not permitted in this park. You must be self contained since there are no facilities whatsoever. There is no laundry on site either. Pros are paved roads, concrete pads and good cable reception.
This is an older campground. If you like shade, this is the place since there are 2-3 trees on every site. Satellite does not work here. Since the campground has expanded cable, you don’t need satellite. It was a great location for four nights. It’s close to the Dallas Cowboy Stadium and about 20 minutes to the JFK Sixth Floor Museum. Roads are paved and sites are gravel. There is a lot of room between sites. Campground is safe and quiet. Staff was very friendly.
This is a modern, well-maintained, and clean campground. Park is well manicured; grass on sites is cut short. There are shade trees in this campground. It was a great location for four nights. It’s close to The Oklahoma City Museum and Memorial and the Cowboy Museum. Roads are paved; some sites have full concrete pads others have a patio pad. This campground is pricey for what it has to offer. No matter where you are in the campground, you hear the highway traffic. In addition, they advertise cable but you can only get about 10 channels. You can’t get ESPN, ESPN2, FOX, CNN, etc. You get basic cable only, i.e, local channels. We were able to get good satellite reception. Also, there are no picnic tables. They give you a cable spool table to use as a picnic table.
This is a modern, well-maintained, and clean campground. Park is well manicured; grass on sites is cut short; park was nicely decorated for Halloween. There are no shade trees in this campground; it’s wide open. It was a great location for three nights: close to downtown Kansas City where we visited the Steamboat Arabia, the National WWI Museums, Harry S. Truman’s home, museum and library. It’s also within walking distance of Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun Amusement Parks. Roads are paved and each site has 20, 30, and 50 amp and full hook-ups including cable TV. Pull through and back-in sites are level, long with concrete pads. There are no campfires allowed in this campground. Being after Labor Day, we felt that the park was pricey. Recommend you stay by the park and not by Parvin Road to avoid the highway noise.
This campground is very pricey and has little to offer. We stayed here in early October (off season). The positives were: the double-wide paved roads; each site is very long and has double-wide concrete pads; cable TV; restaurant on site. It’s also within walking distance to the Katy Trail.
This is a small and family owned campground. The owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. This is an older campground with lots of trees and is very dark at night. Roads and sites are level with gravel. They provide free hot popcorn on weekends. It costs $1.00 to do a load of wash and $.50 to dry.
This campground is very pricey and has nothing to offer. We stayed here in late September (off season). They only have 10 full hook-up sites. There’s no cable TV, 50 amp, concrete pads or paved roads. The roads and sites are gravel. The positive is that there is quite a lot of room between sites. We stayed here to visit Lucas Oil Stadium (Colts Football Stadium) and Inn lndianapolis Motor Speedway. It was a 45 minute ride to each location.
This is an old campground but it’s a great place to stay if you want to visit the RV/Motor Home Hall of Fame or want work done on your RV. It’s close to all RV dealers and RV Manufacturing Companies. It’s also close to Shipshiwana and 30 minutes to Notre Dame University, College Football Hall of Fame and the Studebaker Museum. The campground does not have cable TV. Wi-Fi via our Verizon connection was very slow. Would recommend this campground for short stays. Roads and sites are gravel and there's quite a bit of distance between sites.
We’ve been on the road going cross country for sixteen weeks and believe this is the best campground thus far. It’s beautiful and immaculate. Roads are paved; every site has a double-wide concrete pad and close to 50 feet between sites. The grass between sites is watered daily via underground sprinklers. It’s a 5 minute ride to the Silver Lake Dunes. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well. We highly recommend this campground.
This is an old campground which needs a lot of work. The grass had not been cut in weeks; roads and sites are gravel and traffic creates a lot of dust. Wi-Fi is extremely slow on your campsite. You could only connect and get reception in the campground office. There is no cable TV in this park. Sites are shaded and there is quite a lot of room between sites. Campground is 20 minutes to Mackinac City; 1 hour to Tahquamenon Falls State Park; two hours to Pictured Rocks and a few minutes to the ferry to Mackinac Island. Since there are no other campgrounds nearby, it sufficed.
Cedarlane is mostly a seasonal campground but has many sites available for weekend and holiday camping. Most transients sites are located on the backside of the campground, away from the seasonal sites. The sites are level, long, wide and shaded with a lot of room between sites. The park has three pools, one for adults only. The bathrooms were clean but old. The showers were free but water could have been warmer. This campground is close to Put-In-Bay and Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky. This campground is ideal for a short stay since it does not have cable.
This is a typical KOA campground. Roads and sites are gravel and traffic creates a lot of dust. Sites are shaded and there is a lot of room between sites. Campground is close to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park where hiking and biking is superb. Since this campground is close to a waste treatment plant, you may get a foul odor when the wind blows in the right direction. This campground is a favorite for locals. Wi-Fi difficult to get and there is no cable.
We loved this campground. Even though it’s small, it has a lot to offer. The roads and sites are gravel and there is a lot of room between sites. This campground is immaculate. They provide free camping wood and it is the only campground that we know of that allows you to wash your RV for $5.00. The staff is very friendly. They are close to the Amish country including the Flea Market and auction, several cheese factories and antique shops. It is also close to Keim Lumber Company and Lehman’s hardware store. Since we enjoyed this campground, we extended our stay and drove to the Pro-football Hall of Fame. They do not provide any services: you must be self-contained to stay here. We would definitely come back and highly recommend it if you like a quiet campground. Recommend you stay on the lower backside as those sites are gravel with grass. The upper sites are open with no shade trees and crushed stone.
This campground is a favorite for locals. The roads are paved or gravel. Some sites have pads for tables. However, most sites are gravel. There is a lot of room between sites. There a lot of kids at this campground and fishing in the pond is a favorite activity. This campground is about ½ hour from the United States Air Force Museum, Wright Brothers Memorial Park and Carillon Park. It’s clean and the staff was friendly. We would recommend this park.
We loved this campground. Even though it’s small, it has a lot to offer. The roads and sites are gravel and there is a lot of room between sites. The campground is immaculate and so are the bathrooms and the laundry room. You can eat off the floors. They even have a fitness room on site which is free. The staff is very friendly and they constantly ask if there is anything they can do for you. They guided us to our site and answered all our questions. The campground is close to the Mammoth Caves, Lincoln’s birthplace, and the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green (20 miles). Since we liked this campground, we extended our stay and drove an hour and a half to Louisville to visit the Louisville Slugger Museum, Churchill Downs, and the Kentucky Derby Museum. We would definitely come back.
We were most disappointed with this campground. Since we didn’t have reservations, we took what was available – premium site (concrete pad, patio furniture, cable TV, fire pit). All back-in premium sites abut bath house. In front of our site were rented cabins which do not have bathrooms. Consequently, people would constantly cut right through our site all day and night. We asked the office to put up signs telling people to walk around and not cut through sites. Their response was that it was our responsibility to tell them to walk around and not to cut through sites. If you’re paying premium rates, it’s the campground’s responsibility, not the camper’s. In addition, nobody guides you to your site. Many campers kept going in circles trying to locate their site. We would never stay here again. You don’t get the bang for the buck.
Although this campground is pricey in comparison to the other campgrounds nearby, we enjoyed our stay. This campground is located near everything in Nashville. The campground had a lot to offer: paved roads, concrete sites, cable TV, pool, laundry open 24/7, etc... They even offered Gray Line Tours from the campground. We took the downtown Nashville tour; home of the stars; Jack Daniels Distillery tour; Elvis impersonator; and Grand Ole Opry tour via Gray Line Tours. They pick you up and drop you off at the campground. You can also take public transportation within 1/2 mile of the campground to downtown Nashville. You are also within walking distance to multiple restaurants and Camping World. The staff was very accommodating. On check-in, we asked them if we could change the site that we were assigned since it was too close to the highway. They provided us with a list of sites available for the length of our stay (8 days). They guided us to our site. We would definitely stay here again and highly recommend the campground.
This campground is conveniently located close to Graceland and Beale Street. We initially reserved a front pull through site on the river. Upon arrival, we discovered that our site was in total sun. Seeing the temperature forecast for the week was for the high 90s, we requested to be moved to another pull through site along the river with shade trees. Since they told us that they could not accommodate us, we moved to a shaded site that was not on the river. In the week we stayed here, we noticed that they assign the river sites with shade trees (sites 40-76) to motor homes only, not to those camping in a 5th wheel. It didn’t matter if the motor home owner had reservations for one night, a week or a month. Speed limit is not enforced; roads and most sites are not paved which makes it extremely dusty. No cable. Overall, the campground needs a lot of TLC. This campground is not managed properly. Since laundry was free, it made our stay bearable.
This campground is close to downtown Mountain View and Blanchard Springs Caverns. You can walk to the Mountain View Folk Music Center from the campground. The craft center adjoining the folk center offers classes. We initially reserved a front pull through site. Upon arrival, we discovered that our site was not level, very narrow, and no shade. Seeing the temperature forecast for the week was in the high 90s, we requested to be moved to another site. They accommodated us. However, the back-in sites are not much bigger either, but do have shade. They put someone next to us when there was plenty of other open sites available. They do this all the time; don’t know why. You’re on top of each other. Roads are not paved which makes it very dusty. The cable reception is exceptional.
Enjoyed our stay at this campground since it was very clean, had paved roads, and concrete pads. The sites were quite large and campground provided great fishing. Water sites are unavailable due to monthly rentals and long waiting list(6 mos or more). Close to shopping center, Walmart, restaurants, and Natchez Trace Parkway. Would highly recommend this campground.
Very close to downtown Natchez and the Natchez Trace Parkway. Campground was very clean. Each site was long, wide, level and a lot of room between sites. Would definitely stay here again and would highly recommend it.
For a state park, this is one of the best we've ever stayed in even though like most state parks it doesn't have 50 amp or cable. Sites are very long and has plenty of room between sites. Each site is shaded. Would definitely stay here again but not when temperatures are above 85.
Stayed here for four nights on our way to Florida. Close to Virginia Beach. Supreme sites were long, wide, level, and easy pull thrus. Each site had a nautical electrical outlet with a light on top and each site had a fire pit. Would definitely come back for an extended stay. Staff was friendly and polite.