This is a large park. I would have rated it higher but some sites are too close, The back of your trailer is close to your neighbor's fire pit area. There are some good sites if you can pick. Nice winter camping, as not many people. Deer are everywhere. Lake is still low but it is pretty. We would stay here again.
This is a campground located on an island connected by a causeway. Only 8 sites are reservable and are on top of the hill. Everything else is first come first serve. Most of the waterfront sites have little or no shade. Most of the sites are spacious. Some need quite a bit of leveling and then some need none. Electric only but plenty of water hookups to fill your tank. Water view from all sites. Great place for kids.
I like this campground. It is nice during the week. The weekends always are crowded so we try to avoid those days. If you have a large trailer some of the sites at the end are very hard to manuver into and out. Bring an extension cord/water hose, as if you back your trailer into site, the hookups are at the front. Camp Hosts are friendly and helpful. Good place to stay on the river.
This is an older park in a neighborhood. While it has long term residents and older mobile homes, it is kept very neat. The owners are very nice and helpful. Our rate is with Passport America. We would stay here again.
I am basing this review for traveling with children. Normally this is not the type of camping I like however with grandkids this is a great place. The park is kid friendly with two playgrounds depending on age. The river is great for beginners to float. You can walk to the far end of the park and float back in about 25 minutes. The campsites are close together and some are tight to back into. Its pricey but we will bring our grandkids back again,
This a very nice small park on Dequeen Lake. All of the sites have at least a water view of the lake. Some of the sites are a little small with your slide outs, but they all have a lower deck with a table, fire ring and a barbecue grill. The upper level site have a lot of shade which is nice, but tough if you want a satellite signal. We will stay here again.
This is a nice park on the Arkansas river. The water sites in the old section along the river have narrow pads so with our slideouts open the steps to the trailer are on the edge of the asphalt. Nice shady sites but couldn't use satellite TV. If I was staying a longer time, I would stay in the front section so my satellite would work, but not much shade there; they do have covered tables at these sites. We have stayed here before and will again.
This is a great Corp Park. Very well maintained. Many water front sites. We stayed in site 21 which is a pull thru right on the water. This is our second time to stay here and we will stay again when in the Nashville area. Its about an hour drive to the city. Perfect for us.
This is a nice little campground. It is perfect for an overnight stay. Nice pull through and fairly level. The owner is nice and helpful. Has a pond where you can catch fish. There are also two washer and dyers at the restrooms which came in handy. We would stay here again.
This is a small Texas state park. If you are 30 ft or longer be sure to get a pull through site. These sites are very nice and private. We really like the quiet and peace here. I suspect the spring and fall would be the best time to come. If you have satellite TV there are too many tall pines to get a signal. Come prepared as there are big grocery stores near.
This is a nice state park. Its a great place to stay near Austin . If you have a big rig you need to choose your site due to trees, some of the pull through sites are tight for a longer rig. We stayed in site 5 which is a pull through and open, great in the winter when you don't want shade.
I gave this park an 8 because there are no water or sewer hookups. Also there is no dump station in the campground. There is a dump station in town about 2 miles away. There is potable water available by the showerhouse in front. This a great campground with many lakefront sites . All the campsites are spacious and most have a lot of privacy. Getting sattilite reception may be tough unless you have a portable. The Wi-Fi is avaible at the offfice only. We stayed here in a fifth wheel. We would stay here again .
Hungry Jack is 32 miles up the Gun Flint trail from Grand Marais. You must like remote camping. It has 14 RV sites and 14 cabins with a wonderful lodge sitting by the lake. There are only a few sites for big rigs. We were in site #7 and we loved it. The owners are really nice people and the staff are great people also. Wi-Fi is only available at the lodge. No cell phone service for Verizon. We would stay here again.
This a quiet little campground. If you have big rig some spots will not accommodate you. There are no water hookups but they do have potable water at different locations to fill your tank. Campground hosts are very nice people. Out of the way place but full on the week ends. Very nice beach area. Bring enough electric cord as the electric box is shared with two sites. We would stay here again.
Rivermouth Campground is part of Tahquemenon Falls State Park near Paradise, Michigan. It's a nice quiet park with just electric hookups. Very nice restrooms and showers. All sites within easy walking distance to the river. The mouth of the river hits Lake Superior right across the highway from the campground. Would stay here again.
This is a big park. Has many seasonal campers but very well maintained. The big rig sites were level and had plenty of room. I typically do not like this kind of park, but did enjoy our stay here. The park had plenty of shade. It has two swimming pools and a great park store. You can also get propane at the store. If you have kids: they have a putt putt golf course and a go-cart track. Very close to Pentwater which ia a quaint little town.
We had reservations here for two nights. Our campsite was in the wooded area close to the lake. I liked the site but we had electrical problems. Both my box and my neighbors box would trip the gfci as soon as I hooked up. I could run my generator and have no problem. Cooled trailer down and then spent the night. Park electrician came out next morning. He could find no problem with his breaker and thought the problem was on my end. I have not had this issue before or since we left park. I could defeat the gfci but we decided just to move on down the road.
If you have a big rig you need to get there early to pick a site which you can get into and is fairly level. You cannot make reservations here. It is a quiet park and very shaded. If I stayed in this area again I would probably stay below the dam. Mainly because its more level.
This is a great Corp park. Roomy sites and they are all level. In the summer, get a shady spot as it gets warm here. Usually a good breeze blowing by the lake. Very nice place for the kids/grandkids to bike ride. If it had sewer would rate a 10.
This is for a spring trip before school is out. We camped here from Sunday to Friday. Weekends and summer it is too crowded for us. Arrive on Sunday after 1:00 and had the pick of where we wanted to stay. Stayed in the Oakmont section under the big oak trees. Us and one other camper till Wednesday. Started filling up Thursday. It was quiet and beautiful along the river. Water pretty cool but nice by late evening. Verizon customers have no cell service anywhere around here. Free WI-Fi at Visitor center. Will definitely stay here again at this time of year. Rate does reflect a Texas state park passport.
This is one of the prettiest parks we have stayed in. It has beautiful landscaping. It has a nice paved path to the beach and another to a small lake. Great for walking and riding bikes. There is a tram which runs every two hours which carry you to the beach. You can rent kayaks for the lake. All sites are FHU and level. Nice laundry house. Lots of campers here and not our normal type of park. We would stay here again.
This is a great campground near Cedar Key. Nice big ,level concrete sites with full hookups. Park is kept neat and clean. Sand gnats can be bad at times so be prepared. Cedar Key is a quaint little town with lots of places to eat. Good place to go fishing,boating or kayaking. We will stay here again.
This is a great park like so many Florida state parks. Wonderful in the winter to camp. Lots of hiking trails along the river. The river is a good place to canoe . You can rent canoes, bikes and golf carts at the park store. Most all the sites are shaded and can be difficult to get satellite but I managed. We would stay here again.
A really nice park. Level sites. Not a lot of shade yet but nice landscaping. Laundry facilities in each camping loop. Very clean bathhouses. No lake view sites but very nice piers to fish from. Close to Disney World. Plenty of walking and biking trails. Would stay here again.
First impressions would not have rated quiet so high. No paved campsites. When you first enter narrow road and these campsites would be hard to get into with big rigs. However it gets better as you get farther starting with site 20. We stayed in site 21 and loved it. This is a small campground and is quiet. The river is beautiful here with hiking trails along the side of it. It also has a washer/dryer at the bath house which came in handy. Lots of trees so getting your satellite set up can be difficult. We would stay here again.
This is a really nice campground. It is a first come first serve . It is convenient to Biloxi. Ocean Springs is also a nice place. The only drawback here are some of the sites are not level . Very quiet here and plenty of walking trails. We would certainly camp here again.
This is a really nice state park. Near Austin, a good location to start from for many side trips. Only drawback is some sites not real level. You also get some air traffic noise. Park staff are friendly and helpful. Would stay here again.
This is a kid friendly park. It has a 2 acres swimming lake with beach. Has a 100ft water slide and a high/low diving platform. Great place to bring your grand kids. Most all of the sites are shady. Has a little store to get ice and ice cream. The red dirt road (about 3 miles) coming into it can be rough in places so go slow. We have camped here with our grand kids about 4 times now.
This is a nice campground if you get the right site. The reason this campground got a 6 is that many sites are unlevel and some are crowded. There are also no water hookups but water is available in each loop. The last two loops are very nice. Degray lake is a beautiful lake. This is a remote quiet campground. Very shaded so getting a satellite signal can be difficult. Also Electric golf carts are considered ATV and cannot be used in campground. We stayed in sites 48 and 71. We would camp here again.
We camped here with our grand-kids. They loved swimming in the crystal clear cool lake. Also plenty of areas to ride their bikes. The campgrounds are spacious. There is generally a breeze blowing all the time. Lots of deer feeding at morning and night. We have stayed here many times and at different times of the year. One of our favorite places to stay.
Very nice campground on the Arkansas river. All of the sites are nice and level. The sites on the right hand side are waterfront. You can see the dam and the lock. Watch the tugboats push barges up and down the river. There is also a train which runs on the other side of the river. Might bother some people but we liked it. Only drawback to this park is there is no place to swim. We have camped here before and will again.
This is a nice park on a small lake. The sites in back of the park are where you want to be. All of the sites on the right side as you drive in are very shaded and level. These are all back in. The sites on the left side are pull through, some with a water view. The front of the park have all grassy sites: some which didn't look all that level which is why I gave this park a "7" rating. Would definitely stay here again.