Nice overnight stop 1 mile off I-2. Cement wide roads and sites. Grass between sites. Rate was Passport America back-in site. 50A power was good, didn't use water or sewer. Pool was very nice. Didn't use CG WiFi, used Verizon cell & hotspot which worked well. Site backed up to trees but rooftop dish worked OK. Road behind our site was busy. Staff friendly.
We were in a pull through (92) site that was plenty long and wide & level. Rooftop dish, Verizon cell & hotspot worked well as did the utilities. Wife used the pool several times. Laundry was $1 to wash or dry. Road was gravel as was the site with grass between sites. Non Escapees can stay in Escapee parks, too. Staff was friendly.
Located 5 miles off I-20 so it's very quite, peaceful, and dark at night. Location not marked very well. Only 1 other RV here. 50 amp power and water worked well, didn't see or look for a dump station but there could be one here. Rooftop dish and Verizon cell and hotspot worked. CG is large paved circle with several gravel "roads" zig zagging throughout. Sites not really marked but very roomy so finding a site was easy with only 2 RVs here. Pay the $10 fee at golf course office 3 miles away. Great deal for $10.
Passport America rate for 50 amp power and water with a very long pull-through was $15.50. Dump station OK. 7 miles from downtown Roswell. Power and water fine, rooftop dish, and Verizon worked well, as did Wi-Fi in site #1. Very large green grass area beside us. Roads are gravel as are most sites. CG located at major road intersection so there is road noise. We enjoyed a few military aircraft flying overhead from nearby USAF base. Large cattle operation a mile away so the "country air" smelled when the windows were open.
All gravel, our pull through was narrow, 1 foot between our slide-out and neighbors & just long enough for truck and 37' RV. 30a, water and sewer worked OK. WiFi dropped out several times, Verizon cell & hotspot worked as did rooftop dish, no trees. Price is PA rate. Adjacent to I-40 so there was road noise. Good for easy low cost 2 night stay.
Gravel roads and sites. Office open 9am to 1pm 6 days, no Sundays. Camp host site is well marked. WHR members can receive mail. Verizon cell & hotspot worked well. Rooftop dish worked well. 50a, water & sewer worked OK. Pool was very nice and not busy. Lots of room. Very peaceful RV park. Lots of small thistles in the grass.
Nice CG in the pine trees. The entrance road is about a mile and a gravel road. Inside CG roads and sites are gravel. We were fortunate that our rooftop dish worked through the trees. 30 amp, water, and sewer all worked. Pull-through was not level and short but we were able to park our truck at the back of our the pull-through row. The sites were narrow in this row. Our Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked. Quiet CG, we liked it.
Price is the Passport America rate 50 amp pull-through. Gravel roads and sites, a little dusty. We had to park the truck adjacent and close to the 5W as the site was short. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. The CG Wi-Fi was pretty reliable. Rooftop dish worked, no problem with trees. Utilities worked OK. 5 or 6 miles from downtown so it's quiet.
OK for overnight. Owner allowed us to take two spaces (narrow but long) as a pull-through when we called. 30 amp power, water, sewer all OK. Rooftop dish worked and so did Verizon cell and hotspot. VERY basic CG. All dirt/gravel. Long term residents with "stuff" scattered around, our neighbor was friendly, didn't see other one. Train tracks across the street but I enjoyed watching several go by on the grade using 6 engines. No office, owner stopped by for payment, friendly with info on the area.
We liked this park pretty much. The pull through was too short for our 37' 5W and truck so we parked the truck in another site as they were not busy. The WiFi worked well as did the water and sewer. Verizon cell service and hotspot worked. We had a low voltage power problem in the morning when everyone must have been using their heaters. The 30A voltage dropped to 101 volts so our EMS shut off power to the RV. Later in the morning when it warmed up the voltage increased to 117 volts. There are lots of trees between sites so we had to carefully chose a site which would allow our rooftop dish to get a signal. We ate a good BBQ rib dinner in the CG restaurant.
Rate was for week and a half. Rooftop dish worked well around the trees in site 44, Verizon cell and hotspot worked as did their Wi-Fi. 50 amp power, water, cable TV, and sewer all OK. We enjoyed the Flathead River and 2 members of our party fished there and caught a couple small trout. Convenient to the city and restaurants plus Glacier Nat'l Park. We used the laundry once, too busy the second time we went so went to a laundromat.
Very nice small park. Gravel roads and sites with some large pine trees at the rear. Our rooftop dish worked in site 1 and the 50 amp power, water, and sewer worked fine. Friends in site 3 had to move as their EMS showed bad power at that site and would not allow AC power to their RV. We planned for 1 night but enjoyed the peace, scenery, birds and fishing. 2 members of our group fished and caught a few in the stream. We had a good breakfast at the store's restaurant and went to Big Hole Nat'l Battlefield.
Nice small CG, staff was very friendly. Roads and sites are new gravel. Some grass between long pull through sites with 30A and water. Others had 50A. No sewer connections but a dump station by entrance/exit. Well maintained, looked new. Power was good, WiFi was good, rooftop dish worked (no trees) and Verizon cell & hotspot worked. In town and close to fuel & food.
CG has a few back-in sites (with long term trailers) and what looks like a couple small apartments around 4 gravel pull through sites (one is very short). Check or cash paid through a mail slot in door, the owner did stop by with a receipt. 30 amp was 130v and our EMS shut us down briefly for over voltage twice in 2 days. Power pedestal did not have cover plate over circuit breakers so be careful when you reach in there to through the breaker. Rooftop dish worked, no trees. Verizon cell and hotspot worked. Sign by route US 2 says Rancho but owner said name is now Homestead. We were there due to bad weather and there's not much to choose from. We survived there.
Excelled COE park, very well maintained with paved roads and sites. Our site was quite unlevel. Rooftop dish worked as we chose a site with open SW exposure, there are lots of mature trees as most COE campgrounds are. Verizon cell and hotspot worked good. Beautiful park, be sure to get good instructions to CG as it's off the beaten path and well worth it. $9 was senior price with national park America the Beautiful card discount, other wise $18/night.
Very nice and well maintained downtown city park. Six or seven 30 amp sites and at least one 50 amp site. Gravel road and sites. Plenty of room on the sites. Rooftop dish worked fine, Verizon cell and hotspot worked fine. No water or sewer. I did not see a dump station. There were a couple construction workers staying there so they left early in the morning.
Unique CG and marina. VERY tight blacktop sites, 1 to 10 are much easier to back into and exit than the sites around the corner. Rooftop dish worked as no trees, Verizon cell & hotspot worked well, as did their WiFi. Crowded tourist area to get through to the marina but we had no trouble, not far off expressway. Interesting location and convenient to many activities.
Nice CG, paved roads and sites. All utilities worked fine, good Verizon cell phone and hotspot and CG WiFi. Rooftop dish worked as trees did not interfere. Back in carefully, a little tight for longer rigs especially if neighbor site across the street has vehicle & RV in their site.
Very nice campground. Lots of mature trees and had to be aware of them when driving through the CG, no problem though. They were well trimmed! We asked for site that would allow our rooftop dish to work and got one; it was a very long pull-through. Verizon hotspot worked well for Internet access. Well maintained gravel roads and sites. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Close to Frankenmuth, 5 miles. A bit pricey but nice park and location.
Basic and overpriced, but KOAs are always too expensive compared to other parks. But it was the location we needed for a night. The 50 amp power, water and sewer OK. No trees to interfere with rooftop dish. Quiet. Wi-Fi was poor in the afternoon but fine in the evening. Verizon cell and hotspot worked OK. Pretty quiet but can hear trains. Gravel roads and sites, some grass between.
We stayed one night under Passport America. We were the only ones there. 50a power, water, and sewer all OK. Verizon cell and hotspot worked fine. No trees to block rooftop dish. Daytime noise from small industry behind campground, but it stops in late afternoon. Very basic park but right location and price for us to visit Tahlequah.
Stayed one night under Resorts of Distinction membership in transit from TX to KS. Pretty much the same as prior stays, significant road noise from I-35 and the sand burrs are plentiful. 50 amp power and water and sewer all OK. Good Verizon cell and hotspot data service. Sites were open for our rooftop dish. Pool looked very inviting but no time to play. Winstar Casino has restarted free senior breakfast on Wednesday & Thursday.
Small campground with gravel roads and sites. Our pull through was quite long. Grass between narrow sites. Verizon hotspot worked very well. Water and 50amp power was good. Roof top TV dish worked well in center pull through site. Mosquitoes plentiful this evening. Road noise from US49. Twenty nine with Good Sam discount was pricy, our primary negative.
All pull through sites but young trees need to be trimmed. Water and 50amp power was good. Gravel road and sites with grass in-between sites which are close together. Very roomy if only a few RVs in the park which is the norm. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. Rooftop TV dish did too, the trees are not too tall. The nearby bar T-Bone was closed and loud industry across the street was quiet. Passport America $10 rate was for just one night. Very convenient to Tahlequah.
Nice campground with sites scattered around. Water was OK but our 30 amp power voltage was high and at 7:30 am exceeded the 132v limit of our EMS shutting our RV down intermittently. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. Too many trees around our sire to use rooftop TV dish. Some sites needed trees trimmed. Be careful backing into sites as there are ditches on either side. Large open grassy areas. Paved roads and pads. Two dollar senior discount from $20 nightly fee.
Some roads are paved, some gravel. Sites are narrow. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. No trees so rooftop dish worked good. Over the air TV stations worked well, too. We made a reservation and had no troubles. Grass was cut and campground well kept. CG is very close to downtown Shipshewana (about 1 mile). A bit pricy, but maybe due to location. Utilities all worked well. Low score due to narrow sites and price.
If you like "woodsy" campgrounds and have a smaller RV you will like this small park. There were as many tents as RVs at the park. Lots & lots of trees on the sites and by the road. Being full timers with a tall 37' 5W, this park is too tight and treed for us. The first site we tried (#10) was a blind back-in uphill on a curve with trees beside it. We moved to #7. OK but you need to be very aware of overhead trees and trees beside the road and your site. Our water hook-up was shared with another site so we had to use an extension hose to reach. 50a power was OK. There were far too many trees for our rooftop dish to work. Our site dropped 6" if you stepped off the narrow blacktop so be careful. The price was right but the park is just not for us.
Good campground. We were told to exit I29, one exit before the campground so we wouldn't have to make the U turn other mention. All utilities worked. We used our Verizon hotspot as the CG Wi-Fi was poor. Rooftop dish had good access to sky. Lots of road noise, as this is an urban campground. Wide road made back-in easy. Price was with Alternative Resources discount.
Nice peaceful campground in the corn fields. Less than a mile from I29, but no road noise. Owners are very helpful and friendly. Our back-in hard grassy site was long and wide. No problem with trees for rooftop dish. Their Wi-Fi was slow at our site and our Verizon hotspot was a little slow too. Hook ups worked well. If you want to rest and relax for a couple days, this place works well.
A nice all grass campground with gravel roads, all sites are grass. We had open site so rooftop dish worked well, Verizon cell and internet hot spot worked OK. Price was 30a with water, no sewer. We had to be pulled out of our site by a CG tractor. Site was high but overnight rain turned grass into mush & left 6" ruts. Should have some gravel or paved sites for larger/heavier rigs in wet season.
Three miles off I-65, easy to get to. Staff was VERY friendly and professional. Rate is Passport America. Pull-through full hookup site was long and good. Power, water, and sewer worked well. Limited trees so rooftop dish worked well. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. Campground Wi-Fi was free and worked very well. Very good campground.
Rate was Passport America. Very laid back staff. Our pull through site's (11) size was large & easy to enter, but we had to carefully zig zag through trees to exit; others were OK. Hilly campground; workers staying there returned at 4:15 am in large dump trucks with air brakes. Due to trees our roof top dish was blocked. Verizon hot spot was very poor if it did work. Power was good.
Price is the AOR member rate for a 50 amp pull-through site. Extra if you want Wi-Fi. Sites and roads are sand and level. We were in the pine trees but the rooftop dish worked. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. Laundry is $1.25 for washer or dryer. Staff was very friendly & helpful. Easy access to I-10, but watch the low overhead live oak trees on the way to the park. Very pleasant and quiet. Only negative is a bit pricey for a membership park.
Nice small city park downtown. All 6 sites are 30amp FHU long pull throughs. Easy access for large rigs. No trees so rooftop TV dish worked well, Sprint cell & data was slow on roaming. One site had open ground on power post and city responded first thing next morning to repair, fast! Paid at city hall/water department, no office at small park. Small pond adjacent to sites. Good location to stay for annual Columbus balloon festival.
Montrose has no gas stations or restaurants we could find open. Park has gravel roads & sites with grass between the sites. We took a pull through that was very long. Rooftop dish worked fine, Sprint cell & hotspot was slow in roaming mode but worked. No Wi-Fi, basic park with a dump station. 30 amp power and water at our site was fine. Only one other RV was here. 5 or 6 long pull throughs, rest are back ins. Good for overnight stop, about 4 miles off I-90. Place your $15 in a drop box on exterior bathroom wall.
Nice park, looks like it use to be a COE park. Wi-Fi didn't work at our site (#25, 50 amp W&E) and Sprint hotspot (roaming) worked but is slow. Sprint cell works OK, in roaming mode. Our site had trees that blocked our rooftop dish, we could not position the 5W to get a signal. First site we were assigned to had 2 trees right on the edge of the blacktop back in site so we didn't even attempt to get in as the slides would have hit the trees. We were moved to a short pull through site which allowed a great view on the Missouri River. Parked the truck in the grass. Roads & sites are blacktop. Park allows you to wash your rig, no charge.
Nice city campground next to a very nice large and busy city park. Paved road and back-in sites. Overlooks a river. Power was good, WiFi was good. Sprint cell phone worked good, data hotspot was slow but worked. Rooftop TV sat dish (not HD) at our site cleared trees & worked good but neighbors HD rooftop dish did not. A little tricky to find. Sites are narrow but have covered picnic table at rear.
Nice RV park on the St Marys River to watch lake freighters. No sewers, but good dump station. We had 30 amp and water site, power was good. No trees so rooftop satellite TV dish worked well. Sprint cell phone worked well, data & hotspot was very poor. Free Wi-Fi worked good, sometimes had trouble getting on when busy. We had no trouble maneuvering RV in the park. Antlers restaurant 1 or 2 miles away had good food. Soo locks about 3 or 4 miles away. Very few children, lots of seniors, several campfires at night.
Very nice adult RV park. Paved roads and sites, good RV maneuvering room, and good sized sites with grass. Cable TV at our site was bad. Free Wi-Fi worked most of the time. Our Sprint cell phone worked well but data & hotspot was very poor. Rooftop satellite TV dish worked well due to no trees. We had 50 amp FHU site with good power. Casino has 3 restaurants and good food. Park was full and popular. Several fishermen were there. Nice pavilion for a rally.
Nice quiet CG 2.5 miles off M50 in the farmer's fields with treed areas. Five miles from Tecumseh. We stayed on the CG edge in a pull through, all of which are 30a FHU in an open area. It was a little narrow but no one was next to us. Open shot for the roof top dish, worked fine. Roads and sites are gravel. No low trees. CG had free WiFi for 3 days, I used it for an hour but it was quite slow. Our Sprint hot spot worked OK for data. Cell phone worked OK too. PA rate was $20 + $3 for AC use.
We had a narrow and short FHU pull through site and parked the truck in another site. Spent 1 night here while traveling, easy on & off I-70. It was hot so we had the AC on and windows closed so XWAY traffic didn't bother us. Sprint cell & hotspot were very poor. Could not get CG Wi-Fi at our site. Laundry was very good & clean, $1.25 wash or dry, worked good. They are adding or improving several sites, sod is down, no pavement or gravel at those sites yet. A bit expensive otherwise OK for an overnight.
Spent 1 night under AOR while traveling. We had a back-in FHU site that we requested. Backed up to a nice cornfield. You can see & hear trains but not a bother for us. Sprint cell & hotspot worked fine. Rooftop TV dish worked fine, no tree problem. There were many families there long term enjoying the park & pool, looked like a fun social group, they were well behaved. Nice park.
This CG is a couple hundred yards behind a gas station (where you check in) and surprised us. There are large grassy sites in a very well maintained park-like location. Passport America accepted for one night. Our water spigot leaked so we used the next site's spigot. We spent 4 nights here. It's very convenient to Tahlequah. Trees caused no problem for rooftop dish; Sprint cell & internet hotspot worked fine. Negatives were the bar behing the campground which played loud music until 1am several nights and a building across the street from the gas station which would make a loud noise like high pressure air escaping. Overall, we'd stay here again anytime.
Nice RV park. We spent a week here under ROD, so we paid $3/day for 50amp service. No problems with hook-ups, & staff is friendly. Rooftop satellite dish worked fine. Sprint cell phone was in roaming all the time but worked fine. The Sprint hot spot, being in roaming, worked slowly. Good laundry facility with 5 washers & dryers, $1.25 each. Only a couple miles from downtown. Green Pickle has great burgers. Grounds are very well kept with large grass sties, and gravel roads. Nice trail along the rivers & creek. Outdoor pool not yet open.
Excellent park. Cement roads & sites in pecan orchard. Good power, water & sewer. Good clean laundry with 5 or 6 washers & dryers ($1.50). Very nice patio/deck overlooking Johnson Creek. Very nice clubhouse and gathering rooms, great location for a rally. Back in sites are in orchard but are blind back ins, the road is wide so is not difficult & vehicles are all out of the way in the long sites. Lots of grass. Owners are very friendly. Pull through site was quite long and allowed us to move RV forward so rooftop dish could get good signal when the trees leafed out. Sprint cell phone & hotspot worked. Wi-Fi was hit & miss. Rate is for a month including estimate of electricity at $2/day. Very quiet & peaceful, dark at night. Excellent park.
OK for overnight stop. Open field with gravel/dirt roads. We were led to our site. Water & power OK, didn't use sewer for 1 night. Rooftop dish worked, few trees, and Sprint cell & hotspot worked. Several families, few with children, are living there. Quiet.
Lots of loud trains 75 yards away. Many permanent residents, some quite shabby. Sites are very narrow but because it's not near full there was lots of room. Office gave us incorrect Wi-Fi login info but Sprint cell & hotspot worked very well. This place is way, way, way overpriced, they even charged $20 to wash the rig, tried to get $30!!! Rooftop dish worked well. Paved roads and sites with grass in between. Only reason we stayed here was to visit family nearby.
As a ROD member, we got for 30 amp, water, no sewer for free. There were full hookup sites open but we could not have one. We had 2 + days of rain so the site, roads & park was quite wet, not the park's fault. Wi-Fi is $2/day but the Sprint cell & hotspot worked very well. We had minor problem with the 30 amp outlet. The plug loosened twice so we lost power until reinserting the it. Site was in the trees but we were lucky & rooftop dish worked well. Wife was happy with park activities, played lots of cards & games. Staff was very friendly.
Very good for a large city downtown CG. Gravel CG with paved road. Pretty easy to get to & from I-30. Rooftop TV dish worked good, Sprint cell & internet worked OK. Great location to visit Little Rock. 17 mile river walk/bike path at CG & a trolly stops 1/2 mile from CG. $10 was Passport America for 50a & water back in site, pull throughs & riverfront site are more $$$. Road noise not too bad considering the CG location.
Nice CG .3 miles off the X-way. Price was with Escapee discount. Some road noise but not too bad. Nice long, level, gravel pull through sites with good 50amp, water and sewer. Rooftop TV dish worked well, few trees in the front of the CG. Gravel roads are wide enough. Sprint cell and Internet access worked well, didn't try the free Wi-Fi.
Nice campground, we were in a cement pad back in site. It was a little narrow but OK & backed up to the river. Good rooftop dish TV reception, good Sprint cell & internet access, did not use CG Wi-Fi. Nearby road traffic could be heard but not bad. 50a power, water & sewer good. We made good use of nearby pavilion with picnic tables during a rain storm. Good paved wide roads.
We spent 5 nights here with friends. Escapee parks are always friendly. Rooftop TV dish worked good, Sprint cell and internet access was good. The CG is .8 mile off the X-way so no road noise. Gravel roads and sites. This was an older park so the sites were a little narrow but no problem with our and neighbor slides out. Lots of stores and retail at both exits 5 miles north or south. 4 washers and dryers worked well, $1 wash and 75 cents to dry.
This is a nice CG. We stopped and used Passport America discount 2 nights and went to 2 shows (gospel & bluegrass) across the street. Close to X-way but noise wasn't bad. Sprint cell and internet access worked good. Rooftop TV dish had no troubles with the few trees near our site. Nothing here in Renfro Valley or Mt Vernon other than the country music.
We attended a rally and enjoyed the park & casino. Roads are wide & paved, sites have cement pads & are good sized with grass between them. Rooftop TV dish received good signal, Wi-Fi was intermittent at our site, others said theirs was good. Nice pavilion, bathrooms & small laundry. Casino and it's restaurants were good & easily accessed. Employees were very helpful but making reservations with hotel in the winter when the park was closed was difficult, park staff was very good though. We all enjoyed the place & we decided to have next years rally here too. The park is popular & full the week we were here.
Most sites have seasonal or long term residents. They are OK & helpful. Overall we felt "depressed" while here overnight. No problem with the entry; narrow & twisty like many campgrounds with rough potholed gravel. The exit before the office was short & steep, but our fifth wheel didn't quite touch the bed rails. There are only 5 or 6 pull throughs and they are long, but the gravel is narrow. Not sure if it was dog or goose dropping, but the grass on our site had it. We saw one resident walking her dog and not picking up after it. Too many trees for the rooftop dish. Sprint cell phone & internet access was very good. Campground charges for their Wi-Fi. Womans bathroom was quite dirty. Good 50 amp power & water. Price was Passport America rate. Power and water hookups on opposite side forcing use of a second hose.
This is a decent CG. We had our Energy Management System shut the power to the RV off once due to low CG voltage. The rooftop TV dish worked well. Sprint cell service was good but data hotspot was very slow.
Busy family CG on the weekend, quiets down and less campfire smoke weeknights. $40 a bit on the expensive side. Rooftop TV dish worked, Sprint cell phone worked in roaming, Sprint Internet access OK but slow. Staff was very helpful.
Very peaceful CG, we were in a small open field surrounded by trees and brush on 3 sides. Rooftop dish did work, Sprint cell worked OK, we used the CG Wi-Fi which was good. Extra $2 for A/C use. Our rig is 13'4" tall and brushed the entrance overhead sign. Major problem was we could not dump when we left, the station was full and backed up. Couldn't use open FHU site as it all goes to the same place. Could any site use the sewer system?
Price is Passport America. Very nice little campground with pond in the middle and bullfrogs croaking. Their Wi-Fi worked very good inside our RV. Too many trees for our rooftop dish. Sprint cell phone worked OK. The staff was very helpful when we entered the campground giving directions between buildings to site. She also suggested a route to avoid incoming NASCAR race traffic.
Nice family CG. Lots of happy kids. Pull through sites power post shared with adjacent site, one gets 30a the other 50a. Rooftop dish didn't get signal, Wi-Fi slow & Sprint cell phone/Internet hotspot slow & on roaming. Would be good for longer stays if CG had TV & good Wi-Fi.
90% of CG is full season residents, friendly. We had pull through site at back of CG. Sandy so it tracked into RV. Rooftop TV dish did not work but CG has very good cable with lots of channels. Wi-Fi was very slow. Our Sprint cell & Internet worked OK. Passport America rate.
CG is .8 mile off pavement in gravel road. We used Passport America for the discount. Three of us were traveling together and all 3 reservations were messed up but they had plenty of room for us. We all had open grass sites with FHUs in open area of CG. 3 washing machines at clubhouse & 2 at another location. Rooftop TV dish worked OK. Wi-Fi at the RV was acceptable. Sprint cell & internet access wasn't reliable. Old Salt restaurant was great place to eat, ~ half an hour away.
The CG has a steep entry/exit, we had no trouble but there are many scrapes in the road from others. The interior roads are not friendly to large RVs. We very slowly zig zagged our 37' 5W between and around the trees and rocks to a pull through site. A little maneuvering will be needed to exit between the trees at our site. No rooftop TV dish, we didn't even try. The CG has 24 cable TV channels. Our Sprint cell phone and Internet hot spot did not work but the CG Wi-Fi works very well. If you have a smaller rig you might like this very shady CG but due to the trees and rocks we didn't feel comfortable here with our rig.
OK campground. The interior roads were narrow and very poor and bumpy. Two rigs could not pass each other in many locations. We were in the J pull through section & it was long & wide enough for 4 slide units. Lots of trees but our rooftop dish worked OK. Sprint cell phone intermittent, and its Internet didn't work. Park's Wi-Fi worked well for us. Laundry was outside in a lean-to with new clean machines but being outside it was dirty. $1.50 to wash or dry. Staff was friendly but office open only from 1 to 5 PM; they did cruise the park in a golf cart. Pool was busy with kids.
A very nice campground. We stayed under ACN membership rates. The pull through was one of the longest we have seen in 4+ years on the road, tons of room. The utility sides of RVs are close but the front of our RV faced the front of our neighbors across a very large grass area with nice size trees on each end. Our rooftop dish worked good and Sprint cell and Internet access was very good. The roads are good. This CG is within 10 miles of most sights you want to visit, great location. I'd have given it a 10 if it had sewer hookups (and more laundry machines) but they will pump your tanks out every 4 days at no charge. The dump station has easy access as you depart the CG. It was no where near full and has only two washers and dryers. The staff where very friendly and helpful.
$35, is over priced for 30amp and no sewer. We parked on the wrong side on the rally field and could not get roof top dish TV reception. Sprint cell and Internet were slow, 1 bar at best. Quiet park. No trouble making left turn mentioned in another post, start from right side of road and swing wide, no trouble. When leaving you can make the right turn if you are VERY careful and traffic allows. We went straight at the light, made left turn around in paved wide area of road just past the red light, returned to light and made easy left turn.
Very nice CG about 3 miles off expressway. Price is with AARP discount. At 4pm there is a presentation, near the cafe, about how to use the bus and subway transportation system, sights to see, bus tours, etc. Cafe food was OK, burgers were good. Rooftop dish worked fine, Sprint cell and internet were slow but worked. It takes almost 1.5 hours and ~$12.40 round trip each to get from CG to downtown DC using public transportation. You can purchase tickets at the office for tours and mass transit. Office has very well stocked RV parts store and the office always had 3 or more people there to help you.
The price was due to NASCAR race in Dover. We elected to stay in the large open area by the CG entrance to avoid the trees and race fans. There is both 30amp and 50amp power in this area along with water but no sewer which is fine for a couple nights. The rooftop dish worked fine. Sprint cell and internet access was OK but slow. Staff was quite friendly and even brought us a picnic table.
This is a remote and very quiet CG on Hog Island Bay. The last road to the CG is 5 miles and paved but very bumpy, not potholes but a narrow uneven road. The CG is at the end of the road. There is a wooded area but we were happy in an open area so the rooftop dish worked well. Sprint cell and internet worked but not well, weak signal. The CG is far from full being so isolated. Our site is large and all grass, ground was solid, it's about 200' from the water with nothing between us. We enjoyed the peace and quiet, and washed our RV.
Very wooded campground, maintenance trimmed an overhead tree so our rooftop dish worked most of the time. Roads are narrow and twisty but we had no trouble carefully maneuvering. The entrance is gated so you have to use an intercom to gain entrance the first time and follow arrows quite a distance to the interior office. You leave your RV parked in the road so you can walk (or drive a toad if you have a MH) through the place to find a site. Office advised us not to drive larger RVs around looking for a site. No golf cart to use to do this. If you want WiFi it's an additional charge. Sprint cell phone and internet access worked OK. Our site was level and large, whole CG has lots and lots of trees so very little grass grows. Only 2 washing machines and 2 dryers. Fair amount of road noise from I-64.
Nice little RV park. Gravel roads and good size sites with cement patios. Trees but not enough to block rooftop TV dish, good reception. Sprint cell phones and internet access worked well. The parks Wi-Fi worked very well. Pool was empty but was freshly painted, should be ready in a week or two. Very friendly owners. Laundry was small and dark so did not use it. Price was Passport America.
The campground is a small open field with a good stone road and sites. Wi-Fi worked well, Sprint cell and internet worked well, roof top dish had no problem, no trees. Owners are very friendly and helpful, there is no office, they live next door. Good for race fans and short stays. Sites are very close on utility side. Price is Passport America.
Most roads and sites are paved. Very hilly and as stated before, limited level space for sitting outside. Sprint cell phone and internet access was good. The rooftop dish had good signal most of the time, some sites have trees. Power and water pressure were good. $3 is for 50amp service if requested, some sites had both, some only 30amp. Staff was friendly. A small Kaufman's bakery in Fair Play (2 or 3 miles from CG) is excellent! It's open Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
$2 was for 50amp service using ROD membership. Power and water (45psi) worked OK, the sewer connection was high so I had to lift the hose to drain the last of the holding tanks. Our site was not level, for the first time traveling in 4 years: the Big Foot could not auto level the 5W without wood under one pad. The road and site we were in was gravel, had to be very careful when departing that the 5W didn't hit the truck bed rails on the loops exit road. No TV stations on the antenna, the rooftop dish worked well. Sprint cell and internet worked OK. Park workers were friendly. We found only 2 washing machines and 1 working dryer at their laundry.
Very nice well kept park. Good gravel roads and cement pads. Small, quiet and remote CG, 8 miles off the Hwy. We had a 50 amp power problem, one line went above the 132v max for our Electrical Management System causing intermittent power shut downs for our RV. At night I turned the pedestal power off. The rooftop sat dish worked fine, no trees in the campsite area. Our Sprint cell phones and hot spot did not work, no signal.
$16 rate is for a month. The pull through site is a little tight for a 37' 5W and dually. Water and cable TV is on the wrong side of the site and 30' of sewer hose was needed. We didn't get the site we reserved due to staff problems. We were led to another site and the worker quickly trimmed a tree of some small branches touching the 5W. The rooftop TV dish worked well between the trees, and the Sprint cell phones and air card work pretty good. Lots of channels on CG cable TV.
A decent CG with good gravel roads and gravel/grass pull throughs. The rooftop TV dish worked well, no tree problems. The Sprint cell phone and air card also worked well. The CG is 2.5 miles off I-10 and quiet. Downtown Baton Rouge is 10 or 15 minutes away. Good location to visit several local area attractions. There are many long terms residents on the outside edge of the CG.
This is our second time here. Good sized back in sites. Sprint cell and air card worked well. Roof top dish had a very clean shot to the sat. The laundry room was very good, clean with 8 or 9 washers, and dryers, $1 each. 45 minutes on the dryer. Lots of road noise. Good free breakfast buffet at Winstar Casino for seniors (55+) Wednesdays and Thursdays. One BIG problem is the sand burs. They are VERY thick and track into the RV and truck. They stick to everything including tires and hurt when you are stuck. I'm glad we don't have a dog. We left early due to the burs.
Nice WIDE level, grass sites and gravel roads at this family CG. Has a nice big gazebo with power and lights we used during a rally. Was peaceful and quiet. Sprint air card and cell phones just barely worked with exterior antenna and amp. Rooftop dish had no problem as trees are small. We did have power problems on the weekend when the CG was busy and everyone had their A/Cs running. We had to drop down to 30a as one 50a power leg dropped to 100v. A friend had to get 30a power from two sites away. I would rate this CG higher except for the poor weekend power. During the week it was OK as most sites were empty and it cooled down. Lots of activity on the small lake.
Roads are gravel and a little bumpy as gravel roads are but no potholes. Sites are grass. Lots of big trees around pull through sites so our rooftop TV dish did not work. Sprint cell phones & air card worked OK. No circuit breaker on 30a power outlets. A Sunday night was very quiet. Lots of long term (summer season) RVs here but no problems, looks like they are used on weekends/holidays.
Price based on Good Sam discount and pay for 6 get 7 nights. Friendly staff but you can not change sites if you want to. We were assigned a treed site and when we made the reservation several weeks ago we clearly stated we have a roof top dish. We are in a treed site but were able to shoot through them. Also, CG sewer connection is higher than our sewer outlet. It drians slowly but at the end you have to lift the hose 13 times to empty the it. Nice pool. CG WiFi does not work. Our Sprint cell phones and air card work OK. Road noise from expressway, but no trains. Site size is OK, some are not level. Lots of trees for shade.
Decent little out of the way CG. 7 miles off I-65. Rate is Passport Am. Look for the caboose at the CG entrance. Long gravel road to enter CG and interior roads & sites are gravel, no potholes. Sites are wide & long, we stayed hooked up overnight. At the site we chose the 50a outlet was bad so we used the 30a outlet. We didn't move to another site because the bees or wasps are SO BAD. I have never seen so many of them. Sitting inside you hear them flying into the RV quite often! Sprint cell phone did work on weak roaming signal & Sprint air card work too! No trouble with rooftop TV dish.
Excellent county park. Paved roads and cement pull through pads or back-in sites to park on. Lots of trees and grass, very open. Our Sprint cell phones worked as did the Sprint air card but it was slow. Roof top dish worked between trees. We over nighted so didn't get to see the rest of the park, we'll be back when in the area for a longer stay here. Good turkey dinner at Bates House of Turkey 3 miles away along with diesel and all the fast food places.
We are spending a month here. Staff is very nice & helpful. We had a pull through in the back, lots of grass. Little tight with the truck but OK. Wi-Fi works good. Sprint cell and air card work pretty good. We have a spot were no trees interfere with roof top dish. Railroad tracks at back of park with ~6 trains a day, no road noise & occasional USAF planes from nearby Kessler AFB which are nifty. Haven't tried the pool or laundry yet. Very few kids, several workers in last row but no problems or concerns. Nice park.
This is a real nice CG. Located 6 miles west of AL59 so it's very quiet and in the country. It's 15 minutes to Summerdale or Foley for shopping or restaurants. It's 20 miles from the Gulf beach. Has very LARGE grass sites and paved roads. Has mature trees but no trouble with a rooftop satellite dish. Sprint cell and air card worked fine. Has a very large swimming pool. $15 based on pay for 15 and stay for 20 nights, includes electricity, it was quite hot and humid this time of the year making the pool wonderful. Has a nice laundry room $ .75 wash or dry. Has friendly staff.
This is an old KOA park so the sites are small. We have 4 slides and there are limited sites to accommodate larger rigs. The back in site was long but we set up near the front so our roof top TV dish could avoid a tree. The roads are dirt as are the sites, might have been gravel once upon a time. The roads are ruff so go slow but we had no problems. Sprint air card & cell phone worked. Laundry facility was bad so we didn't use it. We paid $2 a day for 50a because that's the power the wide site we needed had. It's an ROD park so you can't beat the price.
We were pleasantly surprised at how nice this Passport America CG is. It's beside I-40 so easy on & off. It is very well maintained, they even watered the roads to reduce the dust, the CG is in a very windy area in the dusty desert. The site was a 30a/water pull through that was long and wide. The office has a very nice convince store. Sprint cell and air card worked fine. Meteor Crater & Museum is 5 miles away and an excellent site to see. Winslow visit was disappointing. It's a great place to stay to see Meteor Crater.
Has all gravel, most are pull through sites. All utilities are in concrete pad and 30amp only, no dump station. Our site's sewer connection was higher than the RV sewer line so either find a lower site or do not empty tanks here. Restaurant across the street at trading post was very good. Sprint air card was slow and failed often. No WiFi. Sprint cell service was bad. We used this CG only due to the Grand Canyon access. Diesel is available a mile down the road, not across the street at trading post. Speedys station had slowest diesel pumps I ever used, Conoco pumps were MUCH faster but more expensive.
Very nice park with good view of snow capped Charleston Peak. Has paved roads and level gravel sites, very roomy and peaceful CG. Sprint air card and cell phones worked well. Park will accept mail. No tall trees to interfere with a rooftop satellite dish.
ROD park and cost was $0. Had good Sprint air card and cell phone coverage. Front gate is manned 24x7. Many of the pull through sites are quite narrow and have large trees, many with low limbs. We were in a back in site by Terrible's Casino, and they were nice and wide. No trees to interfere with rooftop satellite dish. Large dumpsters in side roads can cause some trouble backing in. Gravel roads (except main road) and sites. We had a good sized cement pad. Walking distance to Terrible's and Nugget Casinos. Road noise pretty much goes away at night.
Roads are paved. Sites have small cement patio, otherwise are sand/gravel. All are back in. Some outside sites have good view. Pool is nice as are the changing rooms. Didn't use park Wi-Fi. Sprint air card works but is slow. Rooftop TV dish has no trouble with trees. Campground is near the airport but not much air traffic. Our site was next to what I think was a sewer vent as we had some sewer smells. Our cable TV was poor; neighbor's was too. He complained to office, and they fixed it.
All gravel roads & sites but sites have cement curbs to mark them and a small cement patio. Good sized pull though sites. Sprint air card worked but was slow. No problems with rooftop dish getting TV signal. Back in sites along the river had nice view. Pool was cold; we were told they were waiting for another heater. Hot tub was good. No road noise. Lots of campgrounds in the area. Good restaurant called River House 2 miles east on the same road the campground is on.
Easy on & off expressway, exit 257. You will hear road noise. We are in a stone pull through site and it's fine for an overnight stay. Site is a large stone/gravel lot with roads and sites not marked but you can figure it out. Looks like it was just built onto the existing campground. Disconnected truck and parked it next to 5th Wheel, site a tad short. Sprint cell phone & air card work OK.
Good overnight campground. We don't hear any expressway noise inside RV with windows closed. Interior roads are very rough due to all the recent rains. We were told that they would be repaired when the rains stop. Sprint cell phone and air card work good. Pull through site was level & plenty long but a little narrow. Downtown is 2 miles away; better diesel prices there than at expressway, and there are several restaurants.
Spending a week here under ROD so there is no charge. We are in the front in a pull through site with FHU & 50 amp on a cement pad/patio. It's been raining a lot so we appreciate a high & dry (sort of) site. There is quite a bit of road noise from route 59. The office staff are extremely helpful & friendly. Been here before and will return. Nice laundry facility. Must use external antenna & amp for reliable Sprint cell and internet service.
Very large grassy, back-in sites with 30amps and water adjacent to a lake. There's one dump station. It's an open area so rooftop TV dish works good. Sprint cell signal is weak and air card is very slow. No fairground activity so it was quiet but could be noisy and busy if there were activities going on. Best and closest gate to enter is #3 on the north side of fairground. Main gate is very narrow and has low arch over it: but if you are very careful you can get a dually and 13' 3" 5th-wheel in.
We were here for 2 weeks: weekly rate is $120. There are 7 nice-sized level, gravel pull through sites in the front of the park with 50amps, full hookups and little trees so the roof top satellite dish works great. Back-in sites are in the back of the park in a wooded area where there's a small pond. Sprint cell phones and air card for internet works OK but signal strength is low. Very quiet park with no nearby trains or busy roads. 2 miles to downtown Herrin; Marion and Carbondale are the larger cites nearby. Friendly staff. You can get your mail sent here.
New CG with sites in an open field. 50 amp so we can use 2 AC if needed. Good paved roads, gravel sites some with concrete pad for picnic table. Stayed here under AOR, $9.63/night with tax. 12 miles south of Bloomington so not much around here unless you like the outdoors. 1/4 mile dirt track for race fans & an outdoor drive in movie 4 miles away. If you want some peace & quiet you'll like it, no street lights. Lots of well maintained RVs parked on sites with no one there, must be seasonal or weekenders. CG is well maintained, showers and bathrooms very clean. Sprint coverage is slow but works. Outdoor pool closed now, 9/18 but indoor pool looks very nice.
We stayed in a level, gravel pull-through long enough for our 37' 5W. The truck was parked across the front. The trees between sites were small so our rooftop dish worked fine. Sprint cell access was poor but usually worked. The indoor pool was very nice. Roads are gravel and well graded. We stayed under our AOR membership. Very quiet here during the week in mid September but lots of weekenders and kids. Just off the expressway but very little road noise. One hour to Dayton and excellent Wright brothers historical sites and Wright Patterson AFB/USAF Museum. Armstrong Air and Space Museum was disappointing.
We stayed under our ROD membership free. It's a decent CG. Site was a grassy back-in plenty long enough for the 37' 5W and truck. Were able to use rooftop dish after a little positioning. Many sites are in the trees. There are 2 outdoor pools with plastic liners and their bottoms were bumpy. Our Sprint phone and air card needed the outside antenna and amp to work. Our friend's Verizon service didn't work.
Office/laundry/bathrooms & swimming pool are all brand new and excellent. Campground has only about 10 pull throughs in front and they are gravel and spotty grass. We saw LOTs of tent sites in the back which is quite wooded. You might be able to get a small rig back there. There was a group tenting back there with loud music but they stopped at 10pm, the quiet hour. $30 cash only was overpriced for a night's stay not using any of the campground facilities I thought.
We waited 10 minutes for the "check in" phone to respond when we entered because the number to call was busy. From the entrance our site was about 1/2 mile away and the gravel roads are TERRIBLE. You might be able to do 5mph due to many many pot holes. We found no pull throughs and most sites we saw were grass and some very large so you could manage to pull through. Due to lots of recent rain we were told to stay on one of 5 or 6 back in gravel sites to avoid getting stuck. We had to be careful where we walked due to mud. There are many long term residents and several of their sites didn't look well kept. We were attracted to the CG due to it's being an AOR park for $9 plus $3 reservation fee. Doubt we'll return.
We spent one night here while traveling using Passport America. We are on a large grassy hill site overlooking I69. This is a convenient overnight stop just off the expressway. The site is open so our rooftop TV dish works. No sewer hook up.
Nice open community campground, $20 for 50amp site, no water or sewer. There is a dump station. Only 3 rigs in park this evening. Quiet & peaceful; bathrooms/showers very clean. Gravel roads and grass sites. Pull through sites are on outside of road loops, back ins are in center. Each loop has water in the center to fill your tank. No road noise, we were surprised by a train at the back of the campground, one train since we got here 3 hours ago.
We spent 5 nights here holed up over the 4th of July holiday. 30amp service and water for $15 a night. Lots of mosquitoes. The lots are irregular in size & layout, but they're OK. Some will easily take big rigs, some are pull through. Bathroom wasn't clean. There were 2 or 3 homeless individuals & families living there in tents or small older trailers, they were very nice & friendly, no problem. CG across the Yellowstone River from water treatment plant & refinery but no odors, a little noise. Some train traffic but not bad.
This is a good CG when traveling, we have stayed overnight here twice. Located right off the expressway but noise isn't too bad. Pull through was level gravel and site was grass. Power, water & sewer all worked as expected. WiFi was good.
3 nights at Passport America price of 50% off. Sites are cozy but we had no problem getting 37' backed in. Our site was next to office so WiFi was excellent. Trees blocked our rooftop TV dish so we used their 20 channel cable OK. The park was full this weekend with 2 club groups here plus weekenders. 25 miles from Rky Mtn Nat Park. Sprint air card and cell phones didn't work at park but did 4 miles east entering Loveland. An OK park.
Good economical place to stay in Denver area. Typical fairground--all gravel & somewhat narrow pull throughs except some long termers on blacktop and a few small back-ins by the bathrooms. They were not busy so we parked the truck in the site next to us. Near expressway and manufacturing plant that stops about 5 PM. We had some nice organized horse activity to watch. Camp hosts are very friendly & helpful. They are needed to unlock site water & electricity & dump station.
Nice small CG within walking distance to downtown and community pool. Bike/walking trail at back edge of park. Margie & Chris, who run the park, are wonderfull & very helpfull. The only thing stopping a much higher rating is the small gravel lot sizes. $30/day is the summer weekly rate. The location is excellent for access to Manitou Springs & Colorado Springs.
The park is OK but overpriced at $30 for one night beside the expressway. This is a traveling overnight only park. The office staff was very nice & helpful but we could not get the WiFi to work. They charge $2 additional for more than 2 guests.
Nice small campground for an overnight stay. We used Passport America. It's beside a 4 lane divided highway so there's road noise. It is a decent place to spend a night when traveling. They gave us a jar of molasses, too. We'd stay here again.
CG is very peaceful & quiet, not busy. Site and some roads are old blacktop. Lots of trees so rooftop sat dish might not work, antenna reception good. We use Passport America for 50% off for 3 nights. 37' 5W and many sites were big enough.
As mentioned before the campground roads have many potholes with no intention to correct. There are way too many mosquitoes. It is an older park with some open and some treed sites. The best reason to stay here is the Gulf area. We would stay here again but it is not a favorite campground. They are preparing to drill for natural gas inside campground.
Sites were not level, with very little grass, if any. They are not well maintained. There were tall trees but rooftop TV did work. The office sent us to site that was occupied. Next best site had tree in front of it across the road making backing 37' Fifth Wheel in difficult. Only stayed as it was free ROD park, we will only stay for 2 or 3 days max. Not a destination park.
A nice sterile clean campground with all cement pull throughs, grassy sites and paved roads. There are no trees and it is very open. It looks new and well maintained. Not much to do in the area other than casino and cheap fuel at gas station on corner. The bus to and from the casino drives by often. If you gamble enough they will reduce price of site. They take Escapee 15% discount. We'll stay again but only for one or two nights as we don't gamble much.
A very nice campground. Watch out for low trees on LA435 between Abita Springs and the campground. There is lots of traffic, too. Well maintained and clean with lots of tall pine trees. Our site was long and wide. The rooftop TV dish worked in tall trees. There is a nice clubhouse, pool and hot tub. Recently sold by Western Horizons to Ocean Canyon Properties who continue to fix the campground up. We stayed here 2 weeks under ROD and will return.
Neat & well kept CG, roads and pull through site paved and site has nice watered grass. Pull through site was narrow and short for a 37' 5W. Staff were pleasant & helpful. CG was full with lots of construction workers with many trucks parked on the CG roads. Beside Xway so there was a small amount of vehicle noise.
Nice park, lots of grass. 1/2 mile walk on dirt road to beach access from park. Nice indoor pool and hot tub. Roomy sites. Park is in small meadow between hills (Pacific on other side of west hills), it's beside a creek, and Hwy 101. Park is quiet. 7 or 8 miles to Lincoln, large city with just about any store you want. Survey forced $15 per night charge but it's an ROD park and cost us zero for 2 weeks.
Well laid out, large sites. Deer, turkey & jackrabbits wandering around in park. Activities in clubhouse started 5/1. Very well maintained. Not quite as friendly as other SKP coops. Dark at night and VERY quiet. Nice place.
Very nice clean park, large sites with concrete pads & patios with table. Lots of grass, shrubs, & some trees. Indoor pool was good. Hot tub had hot water, but no air being injected. Lots of activities during winter, everyone is friendly. Five miles from Gulf, lots of restaurants, shopping, etc nearby. One hour from Mobile, less to Pensacola. Very acceptable monthly rate. We'll be back for 3 or 4 months next winter.