I stayed here years ago, boy have things changed for the good. Lots of grass, trees, shrubs, and lighting. Asphalt throughout which is a problem for the owners as there are numerous holes where RVs punched through the asphalt. You can't find a closer CG to St Louis and there is even a metro station a few yards away. A little pricey but not bad for a once and a while splurge. You step out your door and there's the St Louis Arch!
Right off the freeway and a very friendly staff. Not far from Independence and Kansas City. Many sites have been improved with hard scape but apparently the enthusiasm wore off and there are several tons of pallets of brick and blocks on site in plain view. The Wi-Fi was mostly good and the local TV reception was great. This is a nice CG that could be super!
This is your basic off the interstate CG. Mostly dust and gravel roads, though their are mature trees and other landscaping attempts. Wi-Fi does not work or works poorly. Another oddity is the distance between your utilities. The sewage hook up is 15' away from the electrical and water hookups. I've never seen such a set up before. Reception is cordial and helpful beyond what you would expect.
What a customer friendly CG. If all businesses were run like this business the world would be a wonderful place. Customers are Number One and it shows. The front desk was courteous and helpful above many other CGs I have visited. You are driven to your site and everything is pointed out and the last thing the employee asks is there anything else he can help you with. This area of Wyoming is barren of vegetation, dusty, and windy so you won't see a lot of grass and trees but this CG does the best it can given the location.
The office is only occupied after 3 PM so find a spot on your own. Rate reflects 20% discount for cash. Everything worked except WiFi though the closer to the office you get improves the signal. Trains wiz buy a few hundred yards away several times a day but is more nostalgic then a bother. Owner is definitely not a people person though the young girl who takes over in the evening is very nice and helpful. Trees were just blooming and the grass area was nice. Not many other choices for another 200 miles.
This place has all the whistles and bells but "RESORT" ?, I think not. Most spaces are taken by extended stayers which are generally in good repair with only minimal clutter associated with extended stay. Some of the extended stayers have parked their construction equipment besides their RVs ... I think that is something the management should prohibit. The park is in good repair and well cleaned up.
The person who assigned a 40 foot motorhome in a 35 foot space must have done so out of maliciousness or humor. There are several spots that could have been more appropriate and that remain available as night falls. The CG is a perfect spot for exploring the Monterey Peninsula though it is lacking in appropriateness of it's facilities. Some spaces are way to narrow to maneuver and are too narrow for a full size motor home or 5th Wheel though perfect for a small trailer or Class B or C. There are no convenient parking areas for your Toad and no space to park in front of or beside you RV. At $30 a night it is no bargain given facility shortcomings. Although they say Wi-Fi is available throughout the CG you may have to wander around a bit for a Hot Spot. I think I'd rather go elsewhere to a CG that really cares about their campers.
If you can divide the evaluation of this park into Facilities and Attitude: the park gets an A Plus for facilities and a D for the attitude of the Front Desk people. At nearly $60 a night you would think courtesy and helpfulness would be right at the top for park personnel who interface with customers. You will be disappointed here. I began coming here back in the mid-80s when they served a Danish with your coffee in the morning. When I asked for assistance in getting maps and brochures for wine tasting, I was told to go to the lounge and see if any of the brochures on the rack would help. The rack was disorderly and of no help. This type of assistance was similar to what I met upon check in. I really think you should be guided to your site for a park of this size and at a premium price. This was not the attitude that kept me coming back in the 80s - 2002. We will skip this park on subsequent visits. I can get a better attitude at other CGs.
Any port in a storm! Nice reception person, but park is somewhat run down without Wi-Fi or Cable TV. It is dusty, dirty, and filled with extended stays who have the debris and trash around their RVs that extended stayers are known to have. If we could have found a nicer campground we would have gone there. This is an AVOID on our list.
What a delightful campground in every respect. The host & hostess are super helpful and polite. The campground is beautiful with oleanders at the entrance and in between the individual sites. This campground is impeccable; I can't say enough about it. Temperatures were in the 100s when we got there, but the pool was cool and clean. You will not find a complaint at this campground. Perfect.
I don't think I would drive all the way up here again with so much better CGs in Williams. There is no TV WiFi or cell phone reception (at least for Sprint) and once you are here shuttle buses take you every where. It's a 120 miles of extra uphill driving you don't need. We stayed here in a motor home.
If location is everything then you can't do any better. The CG is a parking lot with W,E,and S and a little grassy area close to the river. Security is heavy as it is in a seedy part of town. You are near walking trails that take you over the river, past the presidential library and on into the downtown area. Very nice walk. We would come again as there really isn't anything else closer.
What a great state park! Twenty-five large sites (plus 18 "Horse Campground Sites") three miles from the freeway in a heavily forested area with many nature trails. Total darkness at night with only the sounds of the crickets. A really super place to stop. Nothing is really close for sightseeing other than the home of the Confederate Vice President. If you're in the area this is a wonderful campground.
What a deal! A little close together for the drive throughs, but you get 50 AMPS, sewage, water, TV and Wi-Fi. Nice grassy area surrounded by trees just off the interstate. There is a couple of trains that run a couple times at night, but the two other local CGs have the same problem. Some would consider the train nostalgic and not be bothered. A very nice RV store with all the things you may need. This is a trailer sales and service dealership with a mechanic on site. We stay here every time we come to Asheville.
Kind of high priced for a mediocre CG. Cashier was friendly and provided good directions to our site. Sites were level but in need of gravel. Nice grassy area for walking the dogs though rules say not to. First time in the Chattanooga area so don't know if there are more economical CG.
We had a site overlooking the lake. And there are several more on the lake. Spaces are LARGE maybe 1/4 acre and well constructed with hard scape including fire pits, picnic seating, and lots of gravel for dry sites. No problem getting TV reception. Closest COE park to Nashville in a secluded country part of town. You really can't get much better though there is no sewage and the dump site is tight for a 40 footer with toad.
Typical KOA. Run down, worn out. Needs gravel throughout. Desk clerk looked like a slob wearing a tee shirt not the typical KOA yellow golf shirts. A mechanical issue forced me to stay here otherwise I would avoid.
Nice campground, but the road up to it can be a challenge for larger RVs. Site areas are not marked and staff not very helpful in ensuring you know where to go. The CG is beautiful with a mountain lake setting and lots of activities to include lake swimming, volleyball and hiking. If we were to return to the West Point area we would stay again.
This is an 80% stationary CG (80% of RVs never move). That said it is nice with wooded sites albeit without adequate gravel on some sites. Good views of the Amish countryside and within 30 minutes of all major sights. No cable TV and no 50 AMP. Wi-Fi is OK: free for the first 30 days.
This is our first "Adults Only" campground and it is very nice though I don't think kids would mar it - not that I'm pushing a change. Definitely, an upper level of clientele who were quiet and courteous. A little crowded but this is a very nice campground with good facilities, pleasant staff and a picturesque view of the salt marsh. If there is anything to complain about it's the charge for Wi-Fi which should be included in their basic price. Our site was level fore and aft and port and starboard. Washer/Dryer room was clean and very nice. We would return.
This is a wonderful campground marred by managements restrictive, inflexible policies. Though big rig friendly there is the need for additional gravel in those designated spaces. Individual staff members are mostly very helpful and the security is good throughout the park. Grass is cut, garbage removed frequently and the park in good repair except where noted. If you are familiar with the park, attempt to select a site yourself during the reservation process. We would return.
It is places like this why there has to be another term to describe them. It is an area that was developed for the purpose of providing locals a place to park their RV trailers and then never move them again. What happens is trailers start to disintegrate through lack of care, patios are built, canvas draped over the trailers, debris begins to collect underneath and around the individual site and garbage cans on the site overflow with aluminum cans and bottles and total disrepair ensues. They advertise in Woodalls as they do have a few unsold sites for one or two nighters like us. Their price is high for what you get and they conceal the fact that it is a good 15 miles off I-87 down two lane country roads. This is not someplace we will ever re-visit.
Don't use you GPS to get here. Close to Philadelphia yet in a country setting. Extremely helpful owner and helpers. Avoid entering from the North as the turn is most difficult, except for smaller units. Good cable TV. Very quiet.
I would really like to give this City run CG a higher rating as it is in a gorgeous setting and is very well maintained. There are four sections A, B, C and an overflow Section D. Section C where we stayed is an open area on the lake with large gravel sites. This area is level though it does not have any shade. Whereas Sections A & B are in nicely wooded areas that can accommodate large RVs to tents. Problem is that many of these sites are unlevel with front to back out of level as much as 3 feet and left to right out of level that would be a problem with most rigs. All utilities worked fine and these hired staff was very nice. Grass is cut and clutter is quickly cleaned up. We saw two water moccasin snakes along the shores of the lake so beware!
This is a great place to stay when touring western North Carolina. Though it is a bit crowded if you get a stream site you have plenty of room in addition to a fast running stream to fall asleep to. Reservations and check in was a pleasure ... they actually informed me they were a Passport CG and offered the $17.50 nightly fee. Sites and road are level with crushed rock throughout. There is a lack of landscaping for the non-Creek side sites but otherwise very pleasant and helpful.
If you want a pleasant well maintained CG you will not find it here. The day we were here the adjacent farm had just spread manure and it stunk to high heaven. The male owner is a grump though his wife is talkative and pleasant. Wi-Fi is nearly non existent except in the office itself. Difficult entrance/exit into the CG though fresh gravel had been laid. I had just driven 7 hours and there was no other CG within 50 miles so ... any port in a storm. My suggestions is that you go elsewhere.
I have not stayed at a KOA for six years as they are always 25%-40% higher than comparable local CG. Likewise, they are generally in need of modernization, upgrading and repair. This KOA is no different, save for the fact that their old "A" frame office burned down and has been replaced with a new clean looking office. Other than that, it is $38 with no cable TV or shade! Landscaping is in need of significant upgrading with fresh gravel and trees, bushes and hardscape. Unfortunately, there is nothing within 50 miles that is close to the freeway or has good grading from this website. My opinion of KOA has not changed, and I would not return even if it means driving another hour or more.
Nice multi colored gravel roadways with little else in the way of landscaping in this barren part of the US. Nevertheless, the spots assigned to overnighters are easy in and easy out. Close to I-40 though the interstate noise was not objectionable with the A/Cs on. Nothing in the way of a real standout but everything worked as it was intended. If we are back in Gallup we would probably look for something a little nicer.
This is a well managed CG that is meticulously maintained and has all the amenities needed after a day's travel. The office personnel are very pleasant. There are some extended stays who have spread their wares out during their stay but no so much to be obtrusive. Surprisingly, even though the CG is 3/4 mile from the freeway, it does not cut down on the noise that continues throughout the night. If I should find myself in Kingman again I would stay at this CG.
This is like building a $50,000 house in Belair ... Spectacular scenery is just a short walk away but this CG provides nothing but a space and S/W/E. It would seem to me they could offer better accommodations and should start with an attempt to level the sites. I had my jacks all the way down in front and still couldn't get to level. I guess you just have to take into account you are getting a place to park your RV in an area that is nothing short of spectacular. If this CG were anywhere else it would get an 'F"!
Here's another one of those X-KOA campgrounds that has a menu of add ons: $3 for 50 AMP, $1/day/pet. And on top of a $35/night price you don't get sewage or cable. This is at most a $25 a night RV campground. The lady who checked me in - was very nice and efficient. If you don't like being close to your neighbor you better skip this place as our slide overlooked the dinning table of the neighbors to our left. This is an old KOA site that has all the bad habits of being affiliated with KOA. On the plus side however you are close to the railroad and industrial side of town along with the rock crushing operation next door ... but seriously if you want to stay in Idaho Falls there aren't many choices and this is probably the best.
I really have nothing bad to say about the campground. It is easy to get to off the I-90 (don't trust your GPS) and is neat and well cared for. Seems a bit stiff on the price unless you consider the fact that folks in this state need to make all their money from mid April to mid October. Beautiful scenery in all directions.
I was a little surprised by the previous review. This is a nice woodsy area with lots of space between sites. We couldn't get any TV reception, but we had good Wi-Fi. We walked our dogs throughout the park with no complaints. Actually, I thought everyone was very hospitable. Yes $42 is expensive but when you consider the fact that their season is only 3-1/2 months long it is not so bad. Yes the CG is close to the highway, but if you ask for an inner camp site (30s) it will not bother you so much.
At first I was concerned that this might be one of those extended stay CGs that also take in overnights. Not so, though there are about seven mobile homes on site the majority of the CG is for visitors and overnights. Very clean well maintained CG with a friendly staff. Only negative is that I thought $44 a night was high for comparable CGs but in retrospect these folks probably only have a six month season. We'd come again.
There are worse campgrounds out there, but not many. You can sure do better while in Casper than this one. Try the others. This one is terribly over priced. This is an extended stay campground with RVs that have been here so long they have installed residential style 500 pound A/C on the roof of their RV. No attempt to enforce leash laws with an unleashed Pit bull in direct view of the office manager. Though they say they are big rig friendly, the sites for over nighters are very close together and very difficult to maneuver. There are ample examples where RVs have hit electrical columns, trees and the wood wall. An active railroad is 100 yards away and the interstate on the other side. Don't waste your money here. We'll never return here.
This is a very nice campground that has terrific views of the Rocky Mountains. The sites are huge pull through sites with concrete base and a gravel area with picnic table and shelter. You are close to the interstate but the noise is not that bad.
As far as Kansas plains campgrounds go this is the best. A very friendly host and hostess with immaculate sites and campground overall. In an area where trees are sparse this campground has managed to provide trees along the borders of the park. Tree stumps between the sites and elsewhere would indicate high winds caused damage which accounts for why there are few trees at the sites. The vegetable garden is a plus and we took advantage and picked Swiss chard, Cukes and Zuccinni. A very comfortable RV campground at a reasonable price. This is a good jumping off point if you are going west towards Denver - only 250 miles away.
If you have ever memory's of the days when you could pull off the main road and into a farmers pasture for a night of quiet reflection -- then this is a campground for you! This is a gently used campground with mostly level sights, no roads all in a pasture of green cut grass. Water and 50 AMP electrical service provides for the luxury services we have grown to accept as necessary.
This is one of those campgrounds that nickel and dimes you to death. $2 more for 50 AMP, $1 more for each pet, $2.25 for cable which is advertised as included in Woodalls. Once you get in you have spent 25% over the advertised rate. No great shakes either. This is a barren campground with few trees or other landscaping - granted this part of US is experiencing a sever drought. With all the rules discussed over the telephone with the owner I would have thought this was a luxury resort which it is NOT! Far from it. There has got to be a better place to stay in Wichita.
What a great park. Beautifully laid out sites in a clover leaf pattern with views of the Lake. Unusual for a COE campground it had 50 AMP service though there is no sewage - just a dump site. Very tight turn for a large unit to get to the dump site but that is my only criticism. Rate was for a Golden Age Pass.
I have always been able to rely on the ratings of this web site to guide me in the selection of quality campgrounds ... until now. I generally write up good ratings but this is a terrible campground filled with permanent weekend residents who have been allowed to maintain their sites however they wish. The park is filled with a menagerie of landscape statuary, beer can windmills and chimes and trailers and fifth wheels that have not been moved in decades. RVs are in disrepair including ripped awnings, green slime growing from the roofs and down the sides and one trailer that looks as if a tree fell on it months ago and yet here it remains with insulation strewn around and rotting wood. The lots are filled to the brim with every conceivable statuary, bric brac, 100 gallon propane tanks etc. Evidently there is nothing the management will disapprove of. The sites for overnighters are not well cared for either as there were large branches that needed to be moved just to clear a spot. They are not level - ours was off 15 degrees left to right and fore and aft. This is absolutely a campground to avoid.
Not bad for a one night stand. Seems to be a little high priced for the amenities provided. Flat level sights, MANY extended stay though cleaner and less cluttered than other sites we have been with extended stays.
Built on the side of a hill, its an engineering marvel that they could get level sites at all. Very friendly owner with a very casual nature in running the CG. Dogs run wild and folks just generally ignore the usual quiet times. Most are extended stayers. Lots of gravel on site and in spite of recent rains there was no problem keeping your feet out of puddles. Not a bad deal for only $19.63 a night. There are few offerings along the interstate and this one looked the best based on reviews.
An oasis in a desert of industrial zoning. A beautiful well laid out CG minutes to central Houston and close to several interstates and major highways. The only complaint would be that sites are close together although all are concrete sites with excellent landscaping that ensures, even after a heavy rain, you will be able to exit your RV on a dry surface. Previous reviewers indicated a $23/night fee which is probably the amortized monthly rate. Daily rates are double that.
You will think you've made a mistake when you pull off I-10 right in front of a huge refinery complex but the campground is 3 miles down the road and in a pleasant semi-country setting. It is a very neat, well laid out campground with large open grassy areas for your pets. There is little highway noise. The hosts are very pleasant laid back folks who are proud of their campground. They have no list of rules as you would normally experience in other CG and even the permanent "campers" keep the area around their RV tidy. Call ahead as there are only 60 sites and we got the last available site when we called at 9AM. Ordinarily I would give this CG a 10 but their WiFi set up is unsettling with one of those pay more if you want faster speeds. The free WiFi is very slow. I know the cost of putting in a good WiFi and it is modest and should be done to get a 10.
It is nothing that will knock your socks off but gosh - 25 minutes to New Orleans and far enough from the free way that there is no noise. Most sites are concrete or asphalt pads with a little bit of grass between units. It was kind of mushy from a recent rain but after all this is southern Louisiana and it does rain quite a bit. Bring an outdoor mat if it bothers you. The office personnel was particularly gracious and accommodating. We would come again.
What a disappointment. We stayed here in the past and enjoyed. This CG has been taken over by permanent campers and has become junky. We were given a very uneven site with a slope from back to front of 2 feet, pushing our jacks to the max. Will not stay here again.
This is a great campground! Well maintained, asphalt roads and sites, close to major attractions and quiet throughout the day and night. You really can't find any fault with the campground. There are three sites (31-33) that you will find difficult to level your RV as the sites slope severely. Leaves were changing while we were here and it was a nice atmosphere for all campers. There are many bike and walking trails that snake through the park and you can hike for miles if that is your pleasure.
This is an out of the way park down a gravel country road opening up to a cleared camping area. Owners are very friendly and keep the park in good shape. Sites are level on gravel pads. Mostly contractor campers leading to a very quiet site. Just like you are in the middle of the forest at the base of the Appalachians. An excellent campground for shopping the Hickory Furniture stores. There are no restrooms on site, nor are there camping sites for tenters.
This is a great campground for kids and grandkids with creek side tubing at the foot of the Great Smokey Mountains. Only concern comes not from the campground, but getting here. There are very narrow roads and a tight turn with a deep ditch too close to the shoulder. If your driving a motorhome or 5th Wheel don't attempt to move over on the shoulder in the face of oncoming traffic. Let them move or you will find yourself upside down on the side of the road.
This is a beautiful little campground just off the interstate. There are many azaleas woven into the landscape and we were here when they were in bloom. The roads and sites are crushed rock, level and well drained. The price seems a little high considering the remoteness but considering all else, it's worth the extra cost.
I don't get it. You're paying $25 for WES, 50 amps, cable on a level sight, and a nice grassy area just off the freeway in a secure area. A little tight in some areas and only about 20% of the sites are concrete - What more do you want? If you need a pool, and a kids playground and think it worth an extra $15 a day go to a KOA.
Boy I can't believe anyone would say anything derogatory about this place. It is clean with large spaces and lots of room for walking the dogs. We woke up to the sounds of cows mooing in the nearby hill. Do not understand why anybody would pay 30% more to stay at a KOA when you get all you need right here. We've been coming here for five years and find the managers courteous and the grounds meeting all our requirements.
This is a clean, well laid out CG next to the C-141's tarmac. Large park with plenty of room for walking with the dogs. Only problem - the C-141s don't abide by quiet hours and we experienced loud engine revving from 10:30 - midnight. Otherwise the price is right and it is nice. Reservations are a little strange - not as efficient as a commercial park. Also - entering the base is a bit of a challenge as you have to wind around several stanchions - not the plastic kind - tank stopping embedded steel stanchions
First impression oftentimes taint what is to follow and that is the case here. I was a bit put off with having a $3 reservation fee imposed on me and the off handed handling of the reservation. But after I got there I found this to be a nice campground that was close to closing up for the season. This is a VERY LARGE campground and there was probably only 30 of us staying there. There are many walking trails and a path that goes some 12 miles to Cheboygan should you be so inclined. The main shower area was closed up for the season and the bathrooms were rustic to say the least. Probably would not call to make a reservation next time.
The prime sites are in a wooded area close to the lake, however, difficult to maneuver for big rigs and large 5th Wheels. The hostess was very friendly and the campground is certainly close to the city and major attractions. There must have been some rain recently as some of the sites were a bit muddy and could use some more road base. Upon check in I could have used some direction to get to my site as the maps are a bit confusing and difficult to maneuver if you make a mistake. There is a large field close by for walking the dogs.
This is a charming little campground 5 miles south of Frankenmuff which is the main attraction in these parts. The Hostess was very pleasant and charming and helped in directing us to the things to see and a good restaurant. The leaves were beautiful and there were lots of trails that wandered through the woods. Several deer frequented these areas. I would definitely come again.
What a terrific park. Everything is new and updated. Woodalls did not indicate the park had cable TV or Wi-Fi which it does. (I had an older Woodalls.) Hillside was covered in Fall colors and the host was very friendly during and after check in. This is a great little park.
This is as close to pulling off the freeway onto a country road and driving into the woods. This is a cash only campground and there is no CG Host, you just stick your money in a slot and pick a site. Anything 40 and larger will be a tight fit with many difficult turns that could result in damage (almost lost an awning). No lights in the campground coupled with a lot of trees. This is one step above RUSTIC! Not a bad place but we were here when the weather was cool and the 30 AMPs just barely ran one heat pump. Very central to Door County and Green Bay. We were here during a non Weekend Packers game but can imagine this place filling up during a game weekend.
This is my kind of campground. It's set up for adults who want a quiet environment without all the swing sets and kiddy stuff. Set up in concentric rings around the office: there is plenty of space, easy entry/exit, a clean well kept campground. The best campground in the Wisconsin Dells area.
During the summer this place is packed with a lot of locals many of whom are seasonal with some year round. The Campground has been taken over by a new couple and they are very pleasant and energetic. The campground during September is beautiful and quiet.
The campground is ideally located on a beautiful lake with ample trails, and swimming and boating locations. The sites are close to each other and on weekends rather crowded. Nonetheless, the campground occupants are well behaved and things get quiet during the specified hours. Two thumbs up.
This is a nice campground close to all the major tourist sites and worth the extra trip from the interstate if you plan on spending several days in the area. Though we had rain over a 24 hour period the individual sites were free of water or mud. Sites are not level but campers should have no difficulty leveling the sites. If you like a woody natural site this is a good campground with deer and fox visiting in the evening. Wi-Fi cannot be relied upon and local TV reception is very limited. Bring a book!
What a beautiful campground right on the Missouri River overlooking the bluffs on the far side. Really very nice. Eventually they will have to replace all the camp sites as they are made of asphalt and RV levelers/jacks are punching holes in the sites. Lots of grass and trees and a three mile walking trail. Very friendly with a hotel and marina nearby (part of a complex). Price is a bit high for a campground nowhere near touristy things but most beautiful.
What a nice campground! City run with excellent roads and sites (gravel) and a great hostess. I couldn't believe they had Wi-Fi too. If I need to complain about something it's the lack of site signs directing you to the area assigned. Even the site signs are facing the wrong way and you can't tell whether you are in the correct site. But that's nitpicking because the park is in excellent shape facing east over the Missouri River into Sioux City, Iowa. Water/electricity/sewer hookups and Wi-Fi for $22 while the local KOA has prices from $45-$75.
Very convenient to the Truman Library and Independence. The folks who run the CG are very nice. All sites are back-in and you have about 4 miles of city driving to get to the CG but worth it for the price and convenience.
If you have forgotten what a really nice campground is then stop by Lazy Days in Montgomery City. This is a beautifully laid out park with lots of space for your RV, lots of grass, gravel base on all roads and on the sites. Our site was 40+ feet wide, wide enough to park our car next to the motorhome with plenty of room to spare. There is absolute silence day and night though we are only about a mile from I-70. The only thing they don't have is cable TV but you can get 11 channels if you don't have a satellite dish.
Boy have the rates gone up here since last we stayed. If they could have metered the water we would have been charged for that too. The spaces were tighter then the advertised 28' wide space but the 'greeters' are nice and getting in and out was easy. I really thought the price was astronomical, in spite of the fact it is within a mile of downtown Louisville: not that there is anything to see.
This is a nice little campground with a multitude of water activities on a beautiful lake. The clientele were very nice and well mannered considering there were several hundred adults and children there over the Labor Day weekend. If you a local this is a great place. However for visitors, the 10-mile trip over a narrow, winding road is not worth the aggravation. There are few choices along I-64: many of which are state parks with no reservations and in some cases no utilities. I will not go back because I thought the trip to the park as unacceptable.
This is the last campground for 200 miles East or West other than some pretty low life ones. It is in a windy, sandy part of Texas with gravel sites and dusty roads. The folks are nice and accommodating. The Roadrunner Cafe is part of the campground and serve wholesome, good food.
What a first class park halfway between Phoenix and Tucson. This is a relatively new park with wide, long sites consisting of pea gravel and asphalt roads. All sites have 50 amp and multiple sewage and water outlets that accommodate all size RVs. The library, computer room and activities room and brand new and in great shape. The computer rooms contain several computers with free high speed DSL. Aimed at snowbirds staying 3-4 months at a time the park was only 25% filled but as the word gets out popularity should pickup. Great!
This is PREDOMINANTLY a winter snowbird resort for people who reside in predominantly permanent trailer like homes. They have pull throughs for 'transients' like us. If you are a Passport America member, the price is right, otherwise, it would be exhorbitant considering other RV resorts. It is right in the center of Mesa and fairly close to interstates. The sites are clean, level, gravel sites with asphalt roads. Palm and orange trees are scattered throughout and the staff is pleasant. Some of the residents are a little kooky but we enjoyed the stay overall.
This is a Ramada at Hyatt prices. You'd think that at these rates more services would be provided like: escort to site, trash pickup, breakfast, scheduled events, etc. If you don't think these extra services are needed stay someplace at nearly half the price.
This is the best campground I have ever stayed in! Top notch in every respect. Extremely pleasant and well staffed front desk, escort to your site, clean well landscaped sites, dog walk area, large jucuzzi, WiFi, breakfast, margarita night on Fridays, cookies at the desk ... the list goes on. In spite of the price it is worth it.
The pluses: Location to town & site, Price (Passport America), friendly staff. The minuses: Disrepair - peeling paint, facilities broken or not serviced, poor Wifi signal, difficult maneuverability, lack of dust control, stickers within dog walk area. This is not a place you want to spend any time in. It needs many hours and many dollars of upgrades, servicing and repairs.
This is as good as it gets in this part of Texas where the land is sparse of trees and grass. The park has naturally gravel roads and parking sites with two evergreen and deciduous trees per site with permanent picnic benches. The staff is friendly and accommodates special requests. They do have free WiFi. There does not appear to be any long term "campers" and everything seems well maintained and neat. (800) 837-3604
Part RV campground, Extended Stay, RV storage, and junk yard. Close to the lake is a plus if you don't mind the above. Pot marked asphalt road with sparsely graveled sites. Some trees in an area void of trees. Park is adjacent to a storage business and a one star hotel. If you only want a one night stay it is an OK site but there is a better campground closer to town "something Mill" - can't remember the first name.
This is a very clean well organized park just minutes from downtown San Antonio. The roads are asphalt and the sites are level crushed stone. The spaces are ample in both length and width with some trees (we had a banana tree). Avoid the south side of the park which is adjacent to a site that is in the process of construction with a lot of banging until 5:30 each night. The north side is against a park and I would specify this area if available. The site is clean and neat. We would come again but avoid the south side.
An older campground that is well kept up, and in spite of the apparent tightness we had no problem manuevering into our site. The staff is VERY nice and will try to sell you Passport America if you are not already a user. WiFi is not free as in most campgrounds nowadays but at $5 a day coupled with the $15 a day campsite I can't complain. Several extended stays with only a few with too much stuff outside and under their RV. The park is next to the interstate which provides a constant source of highway noise, and is immediately adjacent to two XXX Adult viewing places which detracts from the wholesomeness.
What a wonderful campground with a friendly staff, concrete, level sites, jucuzzi, pool and club house. Just north of Houston yet close enough to enjoy all Houston has to offer. This is a first rate campground.
A very unpretentious campground with 80% permanent guests yet one of the cleanest and best maintained campgrounds I've seen. Extended stay campers maintain the areas around their RV tastefully with little buildup in extraneous junk found elsewhere. There are very quiet, large camp sites, and a very helpful staff. This is the first time in years that someone helped me back into my site thereby saving the aggravation normally seen between some husband and wives.
The good first: centrally located in Melbourne, clean grassy sites. The bad: arrived after a rain and the staff doesn't know the difference between a well drained site and a soaking wet site. They first put us in a site that had 3-4 inches of standing water when there were dryer sites in abundance. There is no 50 amp service so I can imagine summer stays are a challenge for big rigs. The park is nice, open to the public with many trails and kiddy stuff. The price is right.
This is a nice family campground with lots of space. Individual sites were large by any standard and there are lots of nature trails to walk with scenic views of the lake. This is a more rustic site than usual but it is well maintained and cleared. At night you can hear the park is dark. We would come again in a heart beat. The park is off the interstate quite a way but not so far to preclude a visit.
There are two campground sites, we stayed on the lower level although the sites at higher elevation are nice. The lower level sites are a bit tight for big rigs. That could be alleviated with street signs and clearly marked site numbers. By the managements own statements some big rigs have sustained significant damage by not avoiding large boulders at strategic turns. Overall, however, the campground has lots of open fields and indoor facilities. Several sites have long term RVs residing but they keep their lots clean and tidy which can only be because of the managements enforcement. (888) 647-8900
I was surprised to see this campground had reviews above average. I was dismayed when the management wanted to charge me an extra $5 for not having made reservations ahead of time even though they had an opening that would have gone unoccupied. The campground was dusty and the sites trees were very confining in both parking and in ensuring there was ample space to extend the slide outs. They also want a dollar extra for pets. By the time you add everything up they increase their rate by 10%. Thumbs down for us.