This is the Passport America 1/2 price rate. The RV park is still in good condition. We were 1 of 3 RVs on July 5. They were busy for the 4th of July weekend. Cell service is still not available, however there is a computer in the office with web access for customers. We would camp here again.
Well-kept park with beautiful lake and mountain views. No problem with DirecTV satellite or Verizon cell and air card. The rate was $27.56 which included the $16 campsite fee, $10 reservation fee and taxes. The $10 reservation fee is charged per reservation, not per night. Site #1, with 30 amp, no water, no sewer, is large enough for a 40' motorhome and car. The water and dump facility is located conveniently in the park.
$10 is the Senior Pass daily rate, otherwise $20. Boondocked here for 3 nights. We were in site #C-132, just long enough for a 40' motorhome and car. There are several loops which allow generators from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Since it doesn't get dark until 8:30 p.m., on their evaluation card, I suggested increasing generator hours to 10 p.m. I was told, several customers requested the same. DirecTV Satellite, Verizon cell and air card worked. Quiet, secluded park with friendly staff.
The $51.42 daily rate included tax and AAA discount. Nice, big park just a few minutes from the West Yellowstone Nat'l Park gate. We were assigned site #95, a corner site. The site was long enough for our 40' motorhome and car; however, getting into the site was difficult. Even though it is a pull-through site, we had to unhook the car and manuever the motorhome back and forth a couple of times to get into the site.
Rate is based on a monthly rate. Electricity is extra (for monthly stays) and expensive at $.17 per KW. Cable is extra. Rates are based on site size. We parked in a larger site with enough space between neighbors. RV sites are interspersed with park models and mobile homes. This is an older park in which some sites are across a 2-lane highway. No problem with Verizon cell and Verizon air card. There is a wide variety of activities during the winter months. The winter Texans were very friendly.
This is the monthly rate, calculated by averaging Feb-Mar (high season). Electricity is extra for monthly stays at $.15 per KW. Cable TV (with HBO & Cinemax) is included. We parked in the North section. Nicely landscaped, clean, spacious, concrete sites. Sites in the North section are for sale. If sold during your stay, you may be moved to another site. Free Wi-Fi in North & West sections. During this time, free cable modem for internet access was available. North section has own pool and spa. From the North section, it’s a few blocks to the fitness and activity centers, and even further to the trash dump (unfortunately, trash pickup, at site, is only twice a week). This is a large park; many people use bikes or golf carts to get around. No problem with Verizon cell and Verizon air card. Park activities were winding down by mid-March.
Rate is based on the monthly rate. We missed the registration office, located right after the KOA park entrance. We were on Turner St., site #C-149, ample space with a concrete patio. This is a one-way street, head-in site, designed to be driven into from the opposite direction, which is closed off. So, getting into the site was awkward for a 40' motorhome. Landscaping needs improvement. The beach area was very crowded during Easter week. The beach and pavilions were cleaned daily. I would stay here again.
This is the Passport America rate of $13.50. There were only a few campers during our stay. We were in site #14, pull-through, long and level with ample room. This site is next to the trash dumpster (trash truck came by at 7:00 a.m.), but there was no odor. The park is located next to the highway, but I did not hear any road noise during the night. The owner, is helpful and friendly. No pool, no river, no clubhouse but there is a clean country feeling about this park. No Verizon wireless service here. Wi-Fi and cable are included in rate. I would stay here again.
The rate includes $18 for the campsite plus $6 day-use fee for 2 people. We do not have an annual park pass. With a park pass, the day-use fee is waived. The staff recommended the south section for long, spacious, pull-through sites. A reservation was not necessary during this time of the year; there were many sites to choose from. Verizon extended service was okay for cell and fair for the air card.
We got in with our 40' rig and SUV, but it wasn't a roomy site. There were just 2 other campers during our stay so we didn't feel crowded. There is no dump station on site; however, the staff says the dump station is located at the next rest stop on the Interstate. The RV park is located within easy walking distance of the cavern tours.
This is the Passport America rate. This is a no-frills park, good for an overnight stop. It is adjacent to a Truck Stop on Interstate 10, exit 212. The pull-through sites are spacious with plenty of room for slides. The hookups were perfectly positioned for our motor home. Although next to the interstate, I was not disturb by the road noise. The staff says they are working on providing WiFi. (866) 847-4398
This is the Passport America rate of $15.50. We were in site #B-9, a level roomy site. The gravel roads were easy to maneuver; however, there was one curve where a tenter's car was parked (in an authorized parking space) making it tight to turn the curve. In fact, we did have to back up and straighten up to make the turn. During our stay, there were activities for a marshmallow campfire, breakfast and a movie night. This park is about 17 miles to the entrance of Carlsbad Caverns National Park.
This is the Passport America rate. This is a hilly park with level sites and in need of updating. We were in site #87, 50amp, back -in. Site #87 is a back-to-back site with site #76. Our front view was less than desirable. The park is located about 5 miles outside of Albuquerque.
This is a Passport America rate of $14.50. We squeezed into site #6, a 30-amp, full hookups, back-in site, which was a little farther away from the interstate. This is an overnight stop-on-the-side-of-the-road park with no amenities but within reasonable driving distance to the Petrified Forest.
This is the Passport America rate of $19.50 plus tax. Other discounts, like AAA, Good Sam, etc., are also available. This is a no-frills park close to downtown "Route 66" Williams. The check-in staff was pleasant and helpful. Our site #33A was level with problem-free hookups. The park is about 60 miles from Sedona and an hour from the Grand Canyon South Rim. A Safeway grocery store is nearby.
A rating of "10" for the lake view and park cleanliness. A much lower rating for the setup in Loop D. We had site #45 and our neighbor at site #46. The driver side of both rigs was less than 4 feet apart. So, we were looking into the cockpit of our neighbor. There is plenty of space for slides. Pricey at $43 a night.
We paid the $250 weekly rate. The regular daily rate is $42. This is a small 1960s-type motel with 8 fairly tight RV parking spaces of which 1 or 2 are 50 amp service. Spaces A and B are better suited for big rigs; however, we squeezed into Space F (30amp) with our 40-footer. The 8 RV parking spaces are within walking distance to downtown Pagosa Springs. WiFi and Cable TV are included in rate. There is no charge to use the warmish mineral water swimming pool, outside co-ed mineral water hot tub and separate men and women indoor hot baths. If you would like a more modern spa environment, walk across the street to The Springs Resort. They have 18 pools with various temperatures; $20 per person one-time-in visit, $43 per person all day admission (unlimited in and out), or a $108 weekly rate for two adults.
Some trees need trimming. Site widths were just adequate. Had Verizon cell and internet signals. Site #18 is TV satellite friendly. Zion Canyon National Park is 30 miles; Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim) is 79 miles.
Very convenient to Bryce Canyon National Park. This area is mainly for tourists. The restaurants and shops were very busy during our stay. We had site #112, a very, very long site. No problem for TV satellite. Was able to get a Verizon signal for cell and internet. We were very satisfied with our site.
There was free, but slow Wi-Fi. Verizon cell signal okay, but could not get a Verizon air card signal since this is a Verizon extended service area. Some sites need tree trimming. We were able to get TV satellite at site #26. The on-site grilled pork dinner was delicious.
Site #27 was barely long enough for our 40-footer and car. Also slightly out of level. No Verizon cell signal. It is a beautiful area. There is a full service grocery store nearby. Several Navajo-guided tours available. Wi-Fi is $3.00 per day.
We parked in the 2nd row upfront, with enough room for our big rig and car. Road noise during the day, but didn’t hear any during the night. These are gravel sites with a narrow concrete walkway. My Verizon cell phone worked fine. There is a charge for RV washing.
An easy to get to park. We were at site #35 which is a pull-through, but had to back out from the site when leaving. The site separator fence and a 5th wheel with truck in front of us made it impossible for a pull-through exit with our 40-footer.
Daily rates were $49 for topside, $59 for hillside and $69 for riverside. The topside sites, closest to the road, are separated from the other sites. No monthly rates are available; however, the weekly rate equals to 6 nights paid, 1 night free. This is a clean, modern park with an attractive lodge on the San Juan River. The park is nicely landscaped and perfectly maintained. There is some road noise during the day; very quiet during the night. A conveniently located shower, to rinse off after a dip in the hot tub, would be a nice touch. Currently, the shower is located inside the main area of the lodge. There are exceptions to the “Class A only” restriction. A beautiful large covered table with benches and a campfire site sit next to the river. The park was busy during the Labor Day weekend. The owners are gracious and personable. Highly recommended.
This quiet RV park is actually located in El Prado, about 5 miles from downtown Taos. The rate is based on a monthly rate; electricity is metered and billed later for monthly guests. There is a small convenience store; coffee and breakfast burritos, too. Our gravel site was plenty long for our big rig and about 40 feet wide. It did get windy in the afternoons during our monthly stay, so if you are planning on being gone, keep your awnings in. We saw a few awnings get damaged from the wind. There are a variety of sites: full hookups, partial hookups, and tent sites. Wi-Fi is free. Checkout time is 3:00 pm: quite unusual. There were a couple of long-termers who need to de-clutter. This is a non-luxury RV Park (rating about 6) with priceless mountain views (rating 10). It has great hosts. I would stay here again.
Located on main thoroughway, but backed up far enough from the road ensuring a quiet night's sleep. Owner (Gene) is friendly and on-site. A salt-water pool and a Christmas store are added features. Great Sand Dunes National Park is about 26 miles away. Verizon cell signal was adequate. I would stay here again.
Rate is based on a monthly rate. Stayed here for a month. This is a quiet area with beautiful mountain views. Gravel sites and roads. Ice cream socials on weekends. WiFi worked for me. Verizon cell signal is weak. Owners were helpful and attentive. As RV fulltimers, we enjoyed the peacefulness, beauty of the area and friendliness of the owners/staff. I would definitely stay here again.
The managers are rude and need to find another job, or get training on dealing with children and adults. I've heard them speak rudely to kids who did not have parents around to defend them. The office staff was polite and helpful. The park is clean and well-maintained. The sites are too close for comfort. I would not stay here again.
Appears to be an older park with some trashy trailers. Close to Dodge City activities. Our site (#12) was barely enough for our big rig. During our visit, an offensive odor drifted from the processing plants. Friendly staff. Ask for AAA or Good Sam discount. We camped for one night.
Located next to the well-known Katy Trail (for pedestrians, hikers and bicycles) which goes on for 225 miles. We biked to downtown St. Charles, which is about one mile away and borders the Missouri River. Downtown St. Charles is a quaint historic town with a brick-lined Main Street, horse carriages and gas lights. Sundermeier RV Park is clean and well-managed. A restaurant is on the grounds. This is a rally rate.
We spent one night here on the way to Missouri. It's a big park with equestrian trails, marina, swimming area, hiking, boating, and fishing. Nobody was around for directions so we picked a spot in the RV section. It was a pull-thru, full hookup, 30 amp. A couple of hours after arriving, a ranger came to collect the camping fee. I would have like to see better instructions and directions on how to get a site when the ranger is unavailable.
We camped in the Yaupon Camping area. This area has 30 spacious campsites for RVs or tents. A few of the sites have full views of the lake. Our spacious site, #18, had plenty of room for a big rig and a couple of cars; however, it did not have a fire ring. It also had a covered patio area located several feet away from the back of our rig. We paid a $3.00 fee for using the central reservation system on the web. If you call the park directly within 48 hours of arrival, they will book the reservation for you. Otherwise, you’ll have to call the central reservation system or book your reservation on the web. We did not have a site-specific reservation. Upon arrival, we were assigned site #9, a 50 amp site. After checking out the site, we decided to move to site #18, which is a 30-amp site. During our visit, the weekend was completely booked. It was not crowded during the week.
This is not a destination park; however, for $13 per night, it's a good deal. It's run by Lafayette's Parks and Recreation Department. It's located about two miles from I-10. The campground road is narrow for a big rig but manageable. During our visit, the park was almost full on the weekend and empty during the week. The hookups were not conveniently located on our site (#51); we had to park the rig very close to the edge of the paved pad. The water pressure was higher than normally considered safe for RV plumbing. We used a pressure regulator. The sites are adequately spaced with a variety of shady trees. The Acadiana Park Nature Station is located in the park.
This is a fish camp and popular during the weekends. For campers, there is no charge to fish. Non-campers pay $10.00 per person per day. In addition to RV sites, there are 6 cabins priced from $100-$200 per night. Most of the sites surround the large fishing pond. There are only a couple of pull-thru sites. Regular rates are $30/night. Good Sam and Passport America rates are available. There is a $5.00 per day charge if you bring your own golf cart. The road and most of the sites are gravel. If the winds are blowing, it can be dusty. Verizon connection is good. Site #73, with front and back water views, did not support our big rig so we moved to a paved site. One of the jacks sank so deep we had trouble raising it. The staff is friendly and supportive. The campground also owns a smokehouse restaurant (about 2.5 miles away) that serves great lunches. For fresh, hot beignets, go to Corner Bar Poor-Boys (337.332.0078), built in 1897. I would stay here again.
Clean park with small private lake with easy access from I-12. The $28.00 daily rate is for off-lake ($150 weekly). Lakeside rate is $32.00 ($170 weekly). Their website does not advertise rates. The off-lake sites, which are close to the highway, are noisy. Friendly, efficient staff.
The perfect state park - large private sites, full hookups, 50-amp service, cable TV. A dedicated 7/10-mile tram-pedestrian-bike path leads to the beach. Make reservations early. The campground stays booked during the popular months.
Make reservations early. We made reservations in November for mid-March arrival and could only get three nights. We had a large site for our big rig. Secluded, fairly uncrowded beach during our visit, even though it was Spring Break. You'll approach the entrance gate to register, then it's a 4-mile drive to the camping area. When we got to the island, my GPS tried to route me off of the main road. Follow the State Park sign and stay on the main road. My Verizon cell and air card worked OK.
Quiet, beautiful, secluded campground tucked among oak trees. This folk culture campground honors composer Stephen Foster with museums, cultural events and educational programs. We had a spacious, long pull-through site with ample space for our big rig. We walked into the Stephen Foster museum, located at the campground, just before closing and the museum attendant gracefully gave us a tour. There is also a nice gift shop. There are several state parks to visit in the area. Make reservations for camping or cabins at Reserveamerica.
We spent a week here with a beach front site and enjoyed every minute of it. This is a beach RV park with roads in need of repair. We were within a minute walk of the beach. Since this was during Daytona bike week, the rates were higher. RV park is located within reasonable driving distance to downtown St. Augustine. Very large swimming pool but too cold to use during this time. It was a cool, windy week. Too cold for swimming. I would stay here again during warmer weather.
We had one of the sites toward the back of the park. This section looked like "big rig" row during our visit. The long site provided adequate space and privacy for our big rig. The roads are tight but manageable. The staff was courteous at check-in and during the few times I visited the store. We attended a few of the activities, and were welcomed by the seasonals. We had no problem getting satellite since there were no trees on the site. I would stay here again.
Large dogs are permitted. I did not see any pull-thru sites. Cable TV and internet access are included in rate. After check-in you will be given the gate code for entry into the park. Very, very nice and clean. Many activities during the winter months.
The campground offers many activities during the winter months. Receptive and friendly staff. Campers get together on the deck for complimentary coffee each morning, making it a great opportunity to meet people. A clean store with some food items is available in the campground. There is a large pool and hot tub. We were late in making reservations and could not get a 50 amp site but did okay with the 30 amp. The grassy site was adequate for our big rig. Overall, it was a decent place to camp.
Camped here for two nights; however, at check-in, we were told that the campground will close in January 2008 for renovation. According to Reserveamerica, the campground will be closed until August 30, 2009. Check the website for updates.
Spacious and wooded campsites. This is a gated campground so if you are arriving late, call campground before sunset to let them know. Many activities such as bicycling, nature and equestrian trails, canoeing. Not too far from Tampa and St. Petersburg (about 40 minutes). The campground does not make reservations. Reservations must be made online at Reserveamerica.
Pricey but convenient to points of interest. This campground is tight for big rigs; however, we did have a "just enough" big rig site which accommodated our slides. Since this is the high season, the park was fully packed. There are some pull-through sites at the back of the campground with not-too-pleasant views of their RV storage. Many activities are available during the winter months. There are a lot of construction going on outside of the park so pay attention when getting directions to the park. Friendly staff.
We had a very spacious site for our big rig. Quiet park with a country setting and natural landscape. As with many winter Florida campgrounds, there are many seasonal residents. Some sites are untidy with older trailers. Disney World is about 35-40 minutes away. Walmart is about one mile away. We had the monthly rate of $610.00 which does not include electricity. Electricity for the month was $60.00. There is a lot of sulphur in the water, which at times, is quite smelly. Very friendly and accommodating staff.
Very clean and well-maintained. The hosts are pleasant and accommodating. Unlike some parks, the hosts do enforce the park rules. This is the reason the park always looks manicured and cared for. Be aware that the park prohibits use of RV washers and dryers. A laundromat is available.
The RV Park was about half-full during this time of the year; however, the office said the snowbirds were slowing filling up the park and they expected a busy season. Ask for senior citizen discount ($1 off per night); no other discounts available. We stayed for two nights and had a nice site for our big rig. TV reception for local stations was clear and we had no problem getting satellite service (there are many trees but our site was fairly open).
With the Passport America rate, this park is a good deal. It's convenient to the Dells activities and during our October visit, the park was quiet with many available spaces. The indoor spa and heated pool in the hotel were clean. Most of the hotels and family entertainment (water parks, amusement parks, etc) in the area were closed for the season.
We arrived on October 5th knowing that the campground would turn off the water two days later. This is common during this time of the year. There are upper and lower areas in the campground. We were in the lower area which is across the street from the lake. Since the hookups were on the opposite side, we had to use an extension cord for the electric hookup. There are no pull-through sites in the lower area; however, we did not have any problems backing in our big rig. The campground was not crowded and very quiet during this time of the year. Visit their website; it provides photos and detailed information about the campsites. We would camp here again.
As noted in other reviews, the pull-through sites are situated much too close to each other. On the park’s comment card, I suggested redesigning the sites to better accommodate their customers. It would be my guess that they have received similar comments from other customers. It seems to me that the comment box was full since the card would not push easily through the slot. The park is clean, well-maintained, convenient and secure. The TV antenna picked up several clear stations; no problem for satellite TV. There was a strong signal for Verizon broadband (internet) and cell phone. There is a $3.00 refundable deposit for the bathrooms/showers. There was ample room (lengthwise) for a big rig and toad. Ask for a back-in site; you’ll be glad you did. I was told the back-in sites are not for customers who pay the weekly rate. Everything about this park would justify a high rating, except for the “too close for comfort” factor. Since privacy between neighbors is a common desire among Americans, this rating is based on the park’s inability to provide their customers with adequate distance between RVs in pull-through sites.
Be aware that this is a “sea-worthy” camping experience; in other words, not the usual stuff but well worth it. This is a paved parking lot, on the waterfront with easy and convenient access to the city. Be prepared to attach your pressure regulator to the site’s water faucet. TV reception is weak. What a great experience to park with the big boats. We “camped” for three nights and would do it again.
For $24, we got full hookups, cable, covered picnic table, grill, paved level lot and within 100 feet of Portage Lake,. The sites are adequately spaced for a city park. Our site accommodated 40' rig & toad. We were also able to get satellite service and a couple of TV stations w/antenna. No reservations are accepted. Monthly rates are $660, $22 per day. Park closes for the season on October 7. The only disadvantage is that there are no pull-thru sites.
We were lucky to get a lake front site, with no reservations, in this beautiful park. Our site had electricity, no water/no sewer, and was large enough for a big rig. This park would get a higher rating; however, during this time, there were thousands of flies that made the camping experience disgusting. Hundreds of flies swarmed inside the motorhome for two days. We paid for three nights, but decided to leave a day earlier because of the flies. The park ranger refunded our money on the spot. I would call the park to check on the fly population before staying here again.
We camped here 3 nights and enjoyed it very much. There are 3 campgrounds (East, West & Organization) all located on Lake Fanny Hooe. Even without reservations and the East campground closed, we did not have any problem finding a pull through site. Since this is a Michigan State Park, a State Park permit is required to camp ($8 per visit or $29 annual - nonresidents). The permit also includes entrance fees into the Fort Wilkins Complex, a 19th century Army post, which is adjacent to the campground. The park has a mini cabin for rent, a park store and laundry facilities.
This park is very convenient to I-75 and the Mackinac Island ferries. Since this is a popular tourist spot, we made a reservation for the camp site. This was not necessary; possible because it was after Labor Day. There were many sites to choose from. There are two areas in the campground: the upper and the lower. Most of the larger sites for big rigs are in the upper area. We reserved an extra-long site in the upper area of the campground and were very pleased with it.
We did not make a reservation since this is during the off-season. There were many sites available, including sites for big rigs. When reservations are made through Michigan DNR, there is an $8.00 reservation fee. We did not visit the bathroom facilities. We stumbled into a "1/2 price for one night coupon" in MARVAC'S RV & Campsite 2007 travel magazine, located at Michigan's Welcome Centers. The discount is good at several state parks. Very nice park, friendly staff and great camp hosts. If this park had full hookups, it would be a "10". We would definitely stay here again.
Nice campground with adjacent baseball/football fields and golf course. The 50-amp sites were not spacious but adequate. The lake was flooded and closed because of the unusual amount of rain during the last several weeks. It appeared that all or most of the 50 amp sites were back-in and non-shady. There are additional shady parking for cars across from the sites.
This is a very noisy RV and mobile home park. There are many permanent residents who hold full-time jobs so the traffic is rather heavy and loud during the morning hours. There is a small pool near the office, located on the other side of the park. There is a club room with a nothing-to-brag-about exercise room. This park is OK for a one-night stay but certainly not a destination park. They do have daily trash pick-up at each site and cable TV is included in the rate. WiFi is available for a fee.
Nice woodsy park with easy access to I-40. Depending on the site, you may have to go the wrong way on a one-way street to the dump station because the dump station is on the wrong side. The staff will tell you it's okay to do this. Quiet and restful campground.
This is a campground right on the Mississippi River. There are mostly gravel, level sites but concrete sites are available. The sites are big-rig friendly. The street leading to the campground is rough and needs work. This is a nice, relaxing campground. Sit down on the benches and watch the barges go by. Super friendly staff will escort you to your site.
Beautiful campground with lots of shaded wooded sites. Even though we did not have a reservation, we were able to get a very quiet pull-thru big-rig site. We had full hookups in the "T" section. The park is very quiet and peaceful. Friendly staff. The only complaint is the long-term residents with messy, cluttered sites.
The staff is very friendly and accommodating. Clean facilities. We had no problem getting a pull-thru big rig site. Could not get satellite because of the large beautiful trees. Rated 8 because there were some untidy RV-occupied sites (possibly permanent types). We would stay here again.