This is an excellent park. The drive to the park must be carefully driven, if you have a long RV. We camped in a 45 foot motor home towing a car. Follow the directions on their website to the letter. We would suggest to disconnect a towed vehicle in nearby Galax, if driving a long motor home. The owner's are wonderful. The park is beautifully located in a hollow. Nice fog in the morning burning off later. Shade is enjoyed for most of the day because the park is located in a hollow. Sat TV was not a problem. Included WiFi and digital cable TV worked well. Verizon cell was weak or non-existent. Park is very quiet except for the babbling creek right next to your site and occasional dogs barking in the distance. Fries is in the middle of bluegrass and old time music. Take advantage of it and the nearby Blue Ridge Parkway.
The drive to the park is long, narrow, curvy and filled with low overhanging trees. Low tree limbs in the park also attempted to green stripe our RV. Office staff was nice. There are many seasonal campers. Our site was in the pull through section. It had gravel drive and some green space between sites. Park is very quiet except for barking dogs and scenic. Probably would not camp again because of difficult drive for a long RV.
Interior roads and sites are gravel. This park is poorly laid out for transient campers. Park caters to seasonal campers. We were escorted to our site. All sites are back in. Interior roads are narrow and little room between sites. Since this is a newly remodeled park, the gravel overlay has some soft spots underneath it. While backing in to our site (assigned site was way too short to handle our long RV) our front tires sank into the gravel. Glad we keep moving or we might have been stuck. Included WiFi worked well. Sat TV was no problem, because there is no shade. Verizon cell had 2 bars. We feel this park is overpriced by at least $20. Probably would not stay again.
About 6 miles west of I-526 on Old Savannah Highway makes for easy access. There is occasional noise from the airport and train, but didn't bother us. Interior roads are paved. Most sites have gravel or grass drives with good amount of green space between sites. Sites toward the back of the park have partial cement drives. Park is very well laid out. Sites are available with good amount of shade or almost completely open. Included Wi-Fi was very strong at our site. Verizon cell had 4 bars. Satellite TV was no problem from our site. Park just got cable TV although we didn't use it. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers were clean.
Easy access on US 40 west of I-270. Interior roads and site drives are gravel. Very small amount of grass between sites. You'll be close to your neighbor using the pull-through sites. Back-in and perimeter sites have more space. Very friendly office staff and led us to site and helped us park. Few trees, so little shade, but satellite TV was easy to get. Verizon wireless had 3 bars and free Wi-Fi was pretty fast.
Easy access off Highway 39 and Township Road 357. Interior roads are chip/tar and sites drives are gravel and very level. There is some green space between sites in two sections of the park. The third section is all gravel. Fire ring with free firewood and picnic table are provided at each site. There isn't much shade, so satellite TV is no problem. Free Wi-Fi worked well from our site. Verizon cell had 3 bars. We camped on site: K. Office staff friendly and helpful. Park is in the heart of Ohio Amish communities.
Easy access off I-69 using exit 126 or 326 depending on which map you look at. Interior roads and site driveways are gravel. Small green space between sites. The office is not staffed regularly. It is a very informal run park. Traffic noise from I-69 and nearby trains. Free WiFi worked pretty well. Small trees offer little shade, so receiving Sat TV was no problem. Verizon cell had 4 bars. Entry driveway from county roads was undergoing construction. The park needs to put a sign by their drive. We missed the turn. The price is a little high for what you get.
Despite it's name, the campground is located in Goshen. We stayed in the northwest section. Interior roads are paved and site drive ways are gravel. Small amount of green space between sites. The full hookup utilities are located at the back end of the sites, so hookups are a reach for some rigs. WiFi signal was good at our site, but a little slow. There are no trees. Sat TV was easy. Verizon cell had 3 bars. Fairgrounds are located in the heart of the RV industry. Tours are available. Very good nearby family style restaurants.
Easy access off I-90 Exit 89. Minor road noise and a few distant trains. Interior roads and site drives are gravel, but in good condition. Nice green space between sites. Park host was very friendly and helpful. Close to Dells and attractions. Parks caters to adults. Camped in 45 foot motor home with toad. WiFi worked well after I asked to have router reset. Sat TV was no problem. Sites have a few trees. Verizon cell 3 bars.
Easy access off I-80 via Exit 81, then go north. Some interior roads and site driveways paved, but most are gravel. Decent green space between sites. Office staff was friendly. WiFi was spotty. Some sites have shade. Our site was more open, so getting Sat TV was easy. Verizon cell had 3 bars. Our rate reflected Good Sam discount, but not the Passport America that is not honored on Friday and Saturday.
From Red Wing take Highway 61 and exit onto County 18 Blvd. Don't take County 19 Blvd. as it is very curvy and hilly. Park is basically a paved, parking lot with sites close together. WiFi was spotty. Sat TV was no problem. Verizon cell had 3 bars. Walking distance to casino and shuttle provided.
Park located next to Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel. Interior roads and sites drives are paved. Decent green space between sites. Our site was a back-in site. We're very glad we had this type of site, because pull through sites are side by side. Your neighbor will be very close. Also, because of recent rains sites in other sections had standing water on the sites and the interior roads. Security was very good. WiFi worked great. Sat TV was no problem. Verizon cell had 3 bars.
Access is via Highway H 4.5 miles west of Highway 13. Highway H is curvy with many overhanging trees, but doable. Gate attendant was very friendly. The site (#4) we reserved wouldn't work for our 45 foot motor home because we couldn't make the turn to back-in. A drainage ditch with a marker post was directly across from the site. Another attendant came to us immediately and showed us other available sites. We rode in her car. She was extremely helpful and accommodating. She found another site that worked perfectly for us. The interior roads and sites are paved. Good amount of green space between sites. Each site have a new picnic table, fire ring, and lantern holder. Many sites have landscape stones lining each side of the site, so be careful when you back in. Most sites are level, but some are a challenging. Many trees at each site, but we didn't have a problem getting satellite TV from our site. Other campers did have problems. Verizon had 2 bars. There is a full service marina within walking distance. Our rate reflects Senior Pass. There is another C.O.E. campground nearby, which is better suited for big rigs with wider roads, sites and less trees. It is called Mill Creek and is also off Highway 13.
Easy access from Highway 65. You will hear some traffic noise from the highway. Interior roads are mostly paved with gravel sites and some green space between sites. Restrooms and showers were very clean. Park was well maintained. Office staff was very friendly. Satellite TV was no problem from our site in the first row. There is some shade in first two rows and more shade in the back. Verizon had 2 bars and park free WiFi worked well and fast.
Easy access in the city of Red Bay very near the Tiffin factory. They don't take reservations, but I called a couple of days in advance and was told they would try to hold a site, which they did. All sites are gravel and close to level. Utilities were very good. Pay cash or check in unattended office. Easy back-in sites with plenty of room.
Easy access to park following closely the parks directions. Office staff was very friendly. Was escorted to our site which was on the river at the north end of the park. Our site had some shade, but Sat TV was no problem. There are site available away from the river with view, but lots of shade. Verizon cell had 4 bars. Free WiFi signal was weak from our site, but worked okay. The big hit for this park was watching the river traffic. It was very interesting watching the barges go by. Interior roads are mostly gravel with paved site pad in our section. Other sections had gravel drives.
Easy to get to following the park's instructions. New park with fresh plants. Not much shade for those who like it. Paved interior roads and sites. Sites are very level. Office staff was friendly with quick check-in. Sat TV was easy to get because of the lack of tall trees. Verizon cell had 3 bars. Free WiFi was strong and fast. Maintenance crews were busy during our stay keeping the park in top shape inside and out. We stayed in a back-in site.
Good park for overnight stay or longer to see Jacksonville sites. All interior roads are paved and sites. Almost all the sites are pull-through. Easy to get around the park and sites even for the largest rig pulling a vehicle or trailer. Utilities are well located at each site. Little shade on any sites. Free WiFi was excellent. Some interstate noise and air traffic from nearby airport, but it didn't bother us. Check in was quick, but we were returning customers. Office personnel need a personality adjustment. Actually any personality would be better. Talk about being non-appreciative of a returning customer and business...wow!
This is a new RV park. Interior roads and site pads are gravel, some with a fair amount of slope. The interior loop road was not designed for a 45 foot motor home, but we made it. You'll need to maneuver on grass to back-in to your site. No shade is available on RV sites. The office staff was friendly and helpful. The first site we were assigned had too much slope to level. The next site had a faulty electric pedestal, which was promptly fixed. This park is good for a short stay. Smith Mountain Lake is nearby with many recreational opportunities. Nightly rate for park is high.
We camped in a 45 foot motor home. If you have a long heavy RV, DO NOT enter the park from US 30. The first bridge has a weight limit of 10 tons. Enter the park from PA 18. PA 18 curvy and lots of hills, but we made it. The only sites that would accommodate our 45 foot RV, where B1 & B2. These were ADA paved sites which were reasonably level and clear of trees. Other than some sites in the A section, most sites had severe slope and many tree limbs to dodge. Sites do not have water, but there are water bibs located throughout the park. There is a central dump station. Verizon signal was 1 to 2 bars. Sat TV signal was available on our ADA site, but would not be available on most sites. Sites in A section would handle maximum 30 foot RV. There is some noise from Pittsburgh International Airport.
Interior roads and site pads paved. Nice green spacing between sites with a fire ring and picnic table. Some sites especially in A, C, and G loops have at least partial shade. Some three way hookup sites are located in loops F and G. Some walk-in sites are located in loops E, F, and G. Sites that are not three way hookup do not have water. There is a central water station near the campground entrance and a central dump station. There is much wildlife in the park, which is huge. Horse and hiking trails are available. Numerous beaches and marinas are available including one each for campground residents. A nice lodge and golf course are in the park. Grounds are kept up well. Nearby Cambridge has shopping and attractions.
Camped in a 45 footer. Last 1/4 mile to the park entrance is gravel. Interior gravel roads and sites are gravel. Small section near the park entrance is for short stays consisting of large back-in sites with brand new utilities. Verizon Wireless had 3 bar signal and sat TV in this section was no problem. The larger section furthest away from entrance has mostly long pull-through sites with lots of shade. Sat TV will be a problem unless you have a portable dish and long coax cable. No Wi-Fi. Owners are very friendly. We camped after 3 straight weeks of rain. Park wasn't muddy, but there was an explosion of bugs. They ate us alive. Don't miss Sybil's Family Restaurant in nearby Jesup. Good southern buffet.
Easy access off exit 366 west from I-95. All interior roads, pads, & patios are paved. Sites are all pull-through. Patio table & bench at each site. All sites are 3 way hookup 50 amp. There are no shaded sites. Ample green space between the sites made you feel like you were not on top of your neighbor. Verizon wireless had 2 to 3 bars with best reception outside the coach. Free Wi-Fi signal was very good at our site. Trash picked up daily at the curb of each site. Office staff were very friendly and helpful. Park is located within 30 minutes of downtown and UF Shands hospital, and Jags stadium. If you want a quiet, rural setting this park is not for you. Because of the park's location next to I-95, international airport, naval air station, and railroad somewhat nearby, it can be a noisy place. Also on weekends a huge flea market is rocking next door. We liked the activity, so the noise didn't bother us. Sites on 200 through 500 probably have a little less interior traffic. Our rate reflects Passport America discount.
Small RV park near Big Stone Gap. Will need to drive through town in most cases to access the park. We camped in a 45 foot motor home with a toad. Interior roads and sites are gravel with ample grass between sites. A few pull-through sites are available and many more back-in sites. Wi-Fi is free, but worked intermittently. Restrooms and showers were very clean, but we found them locked on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Verizon Wireless worked well and satellite TV was no problem on the pull-through sites. Satellite TV could be a problem on many of the back-in sites which are partially or fully shaded. The owner, and his dog were very friendly and escorted us to our site. The outdoor drama, Trail of the Lonesome Pine performed in July and August is worth seeing.
Camped in a 45 foot motor home. If you have guts enough to make the drive up a mostly gravel, steep road to the top of the knob, you'll be rewarded with a fantastic view. Strongly suggest if you have a class A motor home towing a toad, that you unhook and drive it separately. If you don't unhook the toad and drive up, the toad will be covered in a blanket of dust, if it is dry. Also would be a good idea to send the toad ahead up the road to make a road block in case another class A coach is coming down. Also best to not arrive until close to 3 p.m. check-in time to allow campers leaving time to get out. The thing that sets this RV park apart is LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. The views are spectacular. It is also a haven for birds. They were buzzing everywhere making it interesting. The Premium sites are paved with nice landscaping, fire ring, and picnic table. Non-premium sites are considerably less expensive and without the view or paved pad. Its only a short walk from the non-premium sites to a common area with a great view. Bathroom/shower/laundry house is a pre-fab modular unit. This unit is starting to show some wear. Could have been cleaner. RV park is very close to Asheville, but actually near the village of Weaverville.
Easy access off I-75. Some noise from interstate, but not too bad. Transient sites are grass or gravel with paved interior roads. Very good Wi-Fi signal and speed. Full bars on Verizon Wireless and no problem with satellite TV. Office was closed when we arrived. A sign directed us to sites that had 30 amp service. We found a non-circuit breaker 50 amp site and parked there. Sewer and water were also available at most sites. For an overnight stay this park works great.
Easy access from I-275 exit 39 south on Winton Road. Paved interior roads and some of the sites. Our rate reflects full hookup 50 amp back-in site. Good Wi-Fi connection and speed. No problem with sat TV because our site was an open, non-shaded site. Some sites have tall pines, which might be a problem for sat TV. Verizon wireless had 4 bars. Most sites have a view of the lake (C.O.E. built). Great paved walking and bike path. Various watercraft are available on the lake for rental. Many shopping centers are nearby.
I think this is the closest RV park to Columbus. Easy access off U.S. 40 W. Broad St.) and major interstates. Some traffic noise because of proximity to U.S. 40. Interior roads and site pads are gravel with adequate grass between sites. Interior roads allow big rigs to easily get into sites. Some sites will put you close to your neighbor. Very friendly office staff. You will be escorted to your site and helped to get parked. Little shade available at sites. Verizon Wireless worked well and no problem with Sat TV. Free Wi-Fi worked well. No laundry available on the property. Close to shopping.
This park is in the country miles away from any village or town. Interior roads and pads are gravel with good green space between sites. Our rate reflects 50 amp electric and water pull-through site. Office staff was very friendly. We were escorted to our site. Most the facilities are new or recently updated. Two ponds on the grounds in addition to the swimming pool. We stayed in newer section which has small trees. Verizon cell was good and satellite TV was no problem.
Easy access off Highway 3 a few miles south of Loudonville. The park was extremely busy on our visit. We did not have a reservation, but rented a non-reservable, pull-through, paved site with 50 amp electric only. All interior roads and RV sites are paved. Some shade was available. Verizon cell phone service was minimal. No problem receiving satellite TV at our site, but would be a problem with many other sites that offer full shade. Many hiking trails, tubing and canoeing are available. This campground is very popular for family camping. Lots of things for kids to do.
Easy access from Ohio 39 south 1 block on Township Road 367. Chip/asphalt interior roads and gravel pads with nice amount of grass between sites except those sites located next to new office/check-in building. All sites are full hookup. Some sites are 30 amp, but most are 40 amp. Many pull-through sites along with back-in sites. Office staff was very friendly and helpful. RV park location is very central to most Holmes County Amish points of interest. We have stayed at this park for the last 3 out of 4 years. It appears that 2 new campgrounds are being built. 1 east of Berlin and 1 west of Berlin are under construction. We stayed in a Super Site which is 33% more expensive than a Regular Site. Only difference is more green space and longer gravel pad. This RV park is for self-contained RVs only. No restrooms or showers are available. A laundry is within easy walking distance.
Easy access from Fort Loramie off Highway 66. Park is in a quiet country setting. Reasonably spaced sites separated by green space accessed by paved interior roads. Most sites have shade and are paved. Only electric is provided at the sites, no water. Restrooms were fairly clean considering a full park. The restroom facility could use a thorough cleaning and interior face lift. Free Wi-Fi was available at our site with good bandwidth. We were able to receive Sat TV and had 3 bars on our Verizon phone. A huge country concert festival is held about 6 miles away just after July 4 each year.
Easy access west off I-75. Interior roads and sites are gravel with amble grass in between. Office staff was very friendly and quick to help. Shade on most sites with some more than others. No problem with Sat TV reception from our site. 4 bars on Verizon Wireless at our site. Wi-Fi was pretty good, but sometimes hard to get connected to. Visited nearby Cloudland Canyon State Park.
Paved interior roads and many sites. Some sites are gravel. Ample green space between sites. Most sites have some shade. All new utilities throughout the campground. 50 amp, water, cable TV & sewer at almost all sites. Some sites are more level than others. New, sparkling clean restrooms and bath houses are also equipped with a laundry. 3 bars on our Verizon wireless with good speed. There is a country store, small nature center, pool, multiple playgrounds, and lodge within the park. Numerous hiking trails are available.
Easy access from US431, if you know where you're going. Interior roads and sites are gravel with little grass. Most sites have a little shade. Free Wi-Fi, but runs slow with limited bandwidth. Office staff friendly and will escort you to site. Little roads noise from nearby busy road. Nice walkway around the park to take a stroll.
Easy access off US 431 & 95. Paved interior roads and sites. Partial shade available at most sites. 5 bars on Verizon. Sat TV may not be possible from many sites unless you have a dish on a tripod to peek through the trees. The gate people were extremely friendly and helpful. Campground was quiet and clean despite being nearly full. Common dump site for each of the 4 loops. The campground is very well laid out for easy access to sites. If you like water for swimming, boats, or watching: this campground is great. Nearby Eufaula is interesting.
Arrived after the registration office closed. Campground was very empty. Selected a grass site anticipating Passport America discount. Next morning went to office. Office people very friendly, but did not honor the PA discount. Park was quiet and easy to get in and out of. Paved interior roads with many paved sites as well many grass sites in an open field with no shade.
Paved interior roads and sites. Extremely large green space between you and your neighbor. Sites are level and provided with a fire ring and picnic table. Most sites don't have much shade. The park has a forested area for hiking, mountain biking, and horse trails. Most stores are about 12 miles away although there are a couple of convenience stores within a few miles. Satellite TV worked great along with full bars on Verizon cell.
Easy access off Exit 7, I-10, but far enough away so no road noise. Entry road bumpy, gravel with smoother gravel interior roads and sites. Good amount of grass and space between sites. Most sites are pull-through expect for those sites closest to the office. Wi-Fi was overwhelmed during our 3 night stay. Office staff was friendly. Good place to stay to see the sites of Pensacola.
Great public park in suburban Reston. Easy access off 7100 parkway. Probably the closest campground to D.C. Train/subway station is approximately 7 miles away. Interior roads are mostly paved with gravel and grass sites. Some sites are open and a few sites are heavily treed. Satellite TV reception was no problem on open sites and Verizon Wireless signal was strong. 50 amp sites are mostly level. Some of the 30 amp sites have some slope to them. There is a central dump and water station.
Easy access off M-72. Interior roads and sites are paved. Nicely spaced sites with grass between. Office staff was friendly. This is an ownership park, so there are more regulations regarding use of each site. WiFi was included and worked well. Verizon Wireless had a strong digital signal. Not many tall trees, so satellite TV signal was not problem. A nice casino is located less than two miles away.
Easy access from main road to Ludington. Interior roads and most sites are paved. Nice green space between you and your neighbor, much more than most private RV parks. Very friendly office staff. Escort provided to your site. Some trees on some sites, but other sites are pretty wide open. Verizon Wireless had adequate digital signal. WiFi is not free. Service equipment is owned be outside company. For the daily rate charged: my feeling is WiFi should have been included.
Interior roads and sites are gravel. Good 50 amp power at our site. Front row sites overlook road, then Lake Michigan. Some small trees are located throughout the park. Sat TV reception was no problem. Verizon Wireless had digital signal with 5 bars. The park's free secured WiFi worked well. Free ferry shuttles are offered from the park to the ferry docks, then to Mackinac Island. Office staff were very friendly and helpful. Casino located approximately 6 miles away.
Interior roads and some sites were paved. Some sites were gravel and grass. Office staff was personable. Wi-Fi worked great. Verizon cell had 5 bars and Sat. TV was no problem, because there are few trees in the park. 30 amp and water was included at our site. There is a good central dump station.
Rate reflects a basic pull-through site (50 amp with water) and Passport America discount. Easy access off 41/28. Interior roads are paved. Sites are gravel and grass with a fire ring and picnic table. Small trees are scattered throughout the park. The park does have restrooms and showers. They were kept spotless.The park does have a small laundry. Park is very close to many shops. Gentleman in the office was very friendly. WiFi worked pretty well. No problem with satellite TV reception. Had full bars on Verizon Wireless.
Easy access next to US41. Some noise from the highway and railroad line immediately behind the park, but it didn't bother us. Interior roads are paved. Sites are grass. Some sites very shady, but the site we stayed on had a few trees. Sat TV was no problem at our site and Verizon Wireless had full bars service. About half of the RV sites have 30 amp electric. You may need an extension cord to reach the pedestal. Water is available at only a few places in the park. Good central sewer dump location. Keweenaw Peninsula is beautiful. Nearby casino with RV park.
Camped in 45 footer on "premium" Site P. Easy access about 1000 feet south on Township Road 367 of Ohio 39 approximately 2 miles east of Berlin. Interior roads and sites are gravel with grass between some sites. Not much shade available on any sites. Owners and office staff are personable and helpful. Payment is accepted in only cash or check. There are no restrooms or showers at this park, but it does have a laundry. Park is conveniently located in central Amish country with great restaurants, shops, and auctions nearby. The "premium" sites are long back-ins with good green space between sites. We stayed 10 days and received the weekly rate. Satellite TV and Verizon Wireless worked well from our site. Park's WiFi worked pretty well with good distribution throughout.
Camped in a 45 foot motorhome on site 47. Easy access from Exit 80 off I-77/81, but far enough not hear interstate traffic. Some interior roads paved. Most interior roads are gravel as well as sites are gravel and grass. Many long pull-through sites were available in the section we were in. Good Verizon digital signal and easy access to satellite TV. Few trees on some sites, so campers looking for alot of shade won't find much. 11Mbps WiFi was available and reliable.
Camped in 45 footer. Has easy access on west side of US27, a few miles south of Lake Wales. Interior roads are narrow, curvy, but paved. With a big rig the interior roads are doable, but be careful. If towing a car, we suggest to unhook at the entry drive. Be very careful as you approach the office. We were led to our site by the brand new owner: purchased campground last week. He assisted us in getting to and onto our site. Sites are grass/sand with a concrete pad. Our site was a pull-through: site C. Site had small picnic table with no benches. Park has an enclosed, heated pool and shuffle board. Most sites were occupied by seasonal guests with a mixture of trailers, park models, 5th wheels, and RVs. New park owners were very friendly.
Camped in a 45 foot motor home on site 29. Easy access from I-27 Exit 27 north 1.5 miles (about .5 mile north of McDonald's) on east side of street. Good paved interior roads with just a few potholes. The sites are gravel with some grass between sites. This park was occupied by 70% seasonal campers during our visit. Transient sites were almost all available. Pull-through sites are 21 through 30. Watch out for some tree limbs, if you have a tall rig. Restrooms and showers were a little tired. Swimming pool and area looked maintained and clean. Wi-Fi worked very well at our site. Fees are payable by cash or check. Satellite TV reception from our site was no problem. Had a moderate signal for Verizon cell phone and air card. There is a large fishing pond at the back of the property that may be used with permission.
Tricky but doable access from I-55. Be careful to watch for signs. A good navigator is suggested. Interior roads and sites are paved with grass between sites. All sites are pull-through. Some noise from interstate mix master and nearby overhead train especially in rows 100 through 300. Sites in rows 500 & 600 appear to be a little longer. Small trees are by many of the sites. Great view of the Arch. Security is good in this otherwise tough area of East St. Louis. A shuttle is provided to casino. Mass transit stops are nearby for St. Louis day trips. Satellite TV was no problem. Verizon cell phone and air card worked well.
Camped in a 45 footer on Site 38. Easy access across railroad track west of Highway 84 approximately 1.5 miles south of Exit 1 off I-80. Paved interior roads and sites with some gravel and grass between sites. This C.O.E. park has less room between the sites than most of their parks. There are two sections to the park. Most sites in South section are first come, first served. The north section sites can be reserved. We had no reservations. Park was approximately 85% occupied during our weekend stay. North section was a little less treed than the south section. Satellite TV worked from our site, as did the Verizon cell and air card. Lock and dam #14 is easily viewed from the campground. There was some railroad noise especially during the day, but the noise is not overbearing. There are many attractions in the Quad Cities area: this park put you close to them.
Camped in a 45 footer on Site 45. Easy access west off Exit 5 of Highways 35/151 through a neighborhood. Interior roads and sites are gravel with very little grass and space between sites. You will share an electrical pedestal with your neighbor. The sites do not have sewer: there is a central dump site. Big rig coaches may have trouble making the turn-in to sites that are narrow. Also slide-outs may put you on your neighbor's doorstep. Railroad ties are used to define the boundary between sites, but they become an obstacle in parking. The office staff was friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi worked well and the satellite TV and Verizon cell phone and air-card also worked well. I agree with a prior post that this park is overpriced.
Easy access from Highway 35 approximately 3 miles north of De Soto, WI and just north of Battle Hollow Road on the west side of the highway. Watch for the sign. Turn west and down a small hill then across railroad tracks. Proceed about half a mile. Access roads are paved and interior roads and sites are gravel. Plenty of grass between sites. West loop is new with all 50 amp sites. No water at sites, but faucets distributed through the loop. Great dump station near the pay station. West loop is new and has small trees. Satellite TV was no problem and Verizon cell phone and air card had reasonable service. Very good roasted chicken and pizza joint about 1.5 miles south of park entrance. Park was about 30% full during our weekday stay. Amish area with beautiful roads and farms Northeast of park towards Cashton.
Easy access from Highway 71 about 1 mile south of Highway 9. Interior roads are gravel with gravel site. Each site has concrete patio with grass between neighbors. Each site has fire ring and picnic table. Wi-Fi worked very well. Satellite TV worked well on sites east of the office even though there are some trees. Smaller sites south of the office might have trouble because of more trees. Verizon cell phone and air card worked well. Office staff was very friendly and helpful. West Lake Okoboji is nearby. It is a very clear, spring-fed lake with beautiful blue color. It is also highly developed. Much to do in the Iowa Great Lakes Region. Wal-Mart is about 1 mile from the park.
We camped in 45 foot motor home in site #312. There is easy access north off I-90, Exit 332. There are mostly gravel interior roads mixed with some paved. Most sites are gravel but a few are concrete. There is grass and trees at each site. There is a decent space between each site which were mostly pull-throughs. The WiFi worked great. We were able to receive satellite TV and Verizon phone & air card had top signal. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The facilities were all neat and clean. The park accepted Passport America or Good Sam.
Easy access from Highway 377. Gravel interior roads and site with some grass between sites. There are some small trees by many of the sites. Satellite RV and Verizon phone and air card worked although Verizon was slow. Wi-Fi is offered, but signal is very weak from sites. Signal next to the office is fine. The park was a little run down and tired, but worth overnight or two visit. Park is very close to Badlands Cedar Visitor Center and loop road. Great view of the Badlands from all sites. The office staff was very friends. Park was approximately 30% full when we visited.
Easy access about 1 mile from the main highway. Some interior roads are paved and some are gravel. Sites are gravel with grass between the sites. Many sites are tight for our size coach, but doable. You will be close to your neighbor. Owner was very helpful in escorting us to our site and helping us to back in. Office and facilities are a little run down. Train noise would be a problem with windows open. Numerous train runs every day and night. Train noise didn't bother us with windows closed. Site a city run campground appeared to be longer with more distance between neighbors.
Each access from US16A a few miles east of Custer and a couple miles west of Custer State Park entrance. RV park has a half mile gravel road to entrance, so the park is off the highway. Road noise is not a problem. Interior road and sites are gravel with grass between the sites. Sites are a good distance apart, so you don't fell like you're on top of your neighbor. Each site has 50 amp, water, and sewer with a picnic table and fire ring. Firewood is available at the office. Sites on the east side of park generally have some small shade trees. Sites on west side of park generally don't have any trees. Park has Wi-Fi, but sometimes spotty reception, if you are a distance from the centralized office. Satellite TV and Verizon air card & phone worked great. Roy in the office was very personable and helpful. We stayed a week with 1 night free. Parked averaged about 70% full during our stay.
Interior roads and sites gravel. Easy access from I-94 just north of the exit. Park has some trees, but staff volunteered to trim whatever we needed to get to our site and at our selected site. Very friendly office staff greeted us. Wi-Fi worked well. No problem receiving satellite TV and Verizon air card. Only a few miles to visit Makoshika State Park.
Good park for short visit. About 15 miles from Battle of Little Bighorn National Monument. Easy access off I-90 about 1 mile south. Interior roads are paved. Sites are gravel and grass. There are a few short trees. Wi-Fi was decent. No problem with satellite TV or Verizon air card. Office lady was friendly. Men's restroom was messy. Park had numerous workers staying there working in the area. They caused no problems.
Park is located 18 miles south of Livingston, MT on Highway 89 and 35 miles north of the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Interior roads and sites are gravel with a few sites on cement pads. Sites have grass between sites. Decent room between sites. Very friendly staff greets you and escorts you to your site. Most sites are pull through. Facilities were immaculate. Wi-Fi is a little spotty. Signal comes and goes. Verizon cell phone service is good. Few trees offer shade, but temperatures are usually cool.
There is easy access west off I-25 Exit 299. The interior roads and sites are gravel. Sites closest to entry road don't have as many trees. Sites in rows by the office and north of it have more trees. An area even further north has few trees, but not hookups. We stayed in Site 10 near the entry. Most sites were pull-through's of great length. We were able to get satellite TV and great WiFi from the park. There is some road noise from interstate and exit road. The owners acquired property about 4 years ago. They have made improvements to the park. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers along with the pool, office, and well equipped camp store and gift shop were all immaculate.
We camped in 45 foot motor home. The interior roads and sites are gravel. Watch out for there are some pot holes. There is Easy access off Exit 2 east of I-25. There is road noise because of close proximity to interstate. There is little shade available. The staff was friendly. The WiFi worked reasonably well. We stayed during Cheyenne Frontier Days. This park is good for overnight or short stay. Restrooms were not great, but not bad. Some maintenance in the park is overdue.
We camped in a 45 foot motor home. For a state park, this park rates at the top of the list. The campground opened within the last 16 months. There are paved interior roads and sites. All sites are 50 amp, full hookup. The website gives complete description of each site including a picture. Pay attention to the website, because different sites accommodate various length RVs. Some sites have a steep include to access a level pad. If your rig doesn't have much clearance, beware of the incline. Each camp site has 2 water hydrants, picnic table, fire ring, & approximately 10 foot by 10 foot gravel area for a dining fly with tie downs. The campground even has a camp store like a private park.There are miles of trails lead from each loop of the campground. There are ranger activities. The only thing holding this campground back from a perfect 10 for a state campground is lack of shade for those who want it. The entrance is located across the street from Fort Carson Gate 1 (main gate) on E. J L Heights Rd. The Right turn off Colorado 115 is tricky because of the curbing. Be careful. Proceed through round-about 1/2 mile to Entry Station. There is a fee of $6 per motorized vehicle unless you have an annual pass. Now drive approximately 1 mile to the Camper Services building to pay for the campsite fee unless you made paid reservation via the website.
This state park has many campgrounds located around the lake. We stayed in a remodeled (within the last 2 years) campground located closest to Scenic Byway KS 177 just south of tall cell tower. I believe the campground is described as group/equestrian. All the sites were 50 amp with water and back-in. This campground has both open and partially shaded sites. Paved interior roads and grave/grass sites each with a hanging pole, picnic table, and cook grille. There is a camp host on site. A dump station is located near the entry gate of other campground sections about 1 mile north. Must pay entry fee for each vehicle in addition to camping fee. Annual passes are available.
Easy access off KS 96. Gravel interior roads and sites. Little or no shade available. All sites 50 amp. Pull through sites are all in Row A. Self registration & pay station. New within the last year laundry/restroom/shower which was neat and clean. Great place for short stay. Many Mennonite stores nearby as well as Hutchinson attractions north approximately 7 miles. Nearby the park is Carriage Crossing Restaurant, which serves very good family style meals.
Camped in 45 footer in Site D57. Most sites have posts, trees, or a stone wall at the back of the sites, so pay close attention to the site lengths. There is no over-hang on the back of the sites. Most sites are partial or completely shaded. Verizon cell phone service was non-existent. Satellite TV would be available in some sites, and not at all in most sites. Paved interior roads and sites. Most sites are near level, but some may require much leveling. There is a great swimming hole located between the A & B sections. Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, floating, & fishing are great activities. Ranger talks are available. Many great hiking opportunities.
Paved interior roads and sites. 50 amp service available at all electrical sites. Some sites have electric and water, others have addition of sewer. There is great amount of green space between sites. Sites vary from partially shaded to complete. Was able to get satellite TV at pull through site #86. Campground is located along Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway and approximately 6 miles north of Columbus. Be careful about GPS coordinates, they may be incorrect.
We camped in 45 foot motor home in Site #430. This is a very large park with easy access off I-4 and 192. Our site was in the very back part of the park. This location was quiet with little internal traffic. Vast majority of sites are paved with all interior roads paved. New owners since February. Many improvements and cleanup has been done since. We found all staff to be very friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site and helped to park. Clubhouse, pool area, and restaurant were neat and clean. We parked with 17 other coaches for our club rally. Catering at the clubhouse was great. Free Wi-Fi was available. It had spotty performance, but was adequate to check email.
Stayed on site # 353, which is classified as a long, pull through, super site. Site was paved with large paved patio. The interior roads were also paved. Good space between sites. Minimal trees to obstruct access to sites and satellite TV. The office staff was friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Tourist attractions of nearby Pine Island, Cape Coral, and Fort Myers.
Camped in 45 foot motor home in Site A03. Easy access from I-64 off Exit 234B approximately 1.5 miles. It is the second furthest K.O.A. from this exit. This park is very tight for 40 foot or greater rigs. Would only suggest Sites A02~A04, which can be accessed by backing into from the park's entry drive. Narrow interior roads & sites are gravel with some grass. Free WiFi worked well. Many trees will block satellite TV reception in most sites. Office staff was very helpful and informative. Park is a little over priced.
Camped in 45 foot motor home. Easy access off Exit 35 of I-93 then 9 miles north on US3 on west side of highway. Take the second drive for straight access behind the motor court cabins to the RV park. No trees to block satellite TV or obstruction hazards. Interior roads and sites are gravel with some grass. Each site has a picnic table. WiFi worked great at Site 2 close to the office. All sites are pull through. Park does not have restrooms or showers. Park is in the White Mountains region with many things to do. Owner, Cheryl, is very friendly and helpful.
Easy access of 3A approximately 5 miles north of Bristol, NH. Park was built in 2005. Paved entry road and gravel interior roads and sites with some grass, fire ring and picnic table at each site. Five sites in back are shaded, premium sites next to a stream. Most sites are pull through with ample space. Owner, Dick, is very friendly. Community hall is spacious. Park is located near Newfound Lake and 20 miles west of Lake Winnipesaukee. There are plenty of things to do in the area.
Easy access about 3.5 miles west of I-495 off Exit 30 on 2A. Steep entrance to the park, so don't make the turn with a long rig straight on. We parked in Site #71. Because of recent rains the entry was partially washed out. This site has no cable or sewer, but 50 amp. Office was friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi was available and free. All sites are heavily wooded, so satellite TV reception is not possible. Maneuvering for Big Rigs is tight, but possible.
Camped in 45 foot motor home in Site 108. Easy access 1 block north of 132. Interior roads and sites are gravel. Transient sites available with or with out shade. Most sites have great view of St. Lawrence River. Sites equipped with fire ring and picnic table. Office staff very friendly. Our site 108 had a great view of the river and was very open. The park is waling distance to maritime museum, beautiful church, and restaurants.
RV park is located next to Autoroute 20. Noise comes from busy highway. There are some paved and gravel interior roads. Transient sites are grass & gravel. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi did not work during our stay. It is very busy on weekends during summer. Reservations are suggested.
Some paved interior & gravel roads. Sites are gravel. Very busy RV park in July on weekends. Reservations are suggested. Easy access off 138 just north of quaint village of Baie-Saint-Paul, which is near the St. Lawrence River. Park has miniature golf, tennis, swimming pond, river through park, and on-site restaurant. The staff was friendly and helpful. English was spoken in the office.
Camped in 45 foot motor home in Site: C1. Easy access; approximately 5 miles NE of Corning on Route 414. Gravel interior roads and sites. Rows A, B, & C are suitable for Big Rigs with mostly open sites. Rows A & B are pull-through sites. Row C has drive-in sites. Wi-Fi worked well. Warning for Big Rigs: don't drive down entry road to the office. The turn around is impossible. Park on entry road and disconnect tow, if desired. Walk to the office to check in.
Camped in a 45 foot motor home. Easy access off Ohio 39. RV park is actually located east of Berlin, Ohio just west of Hiland Middle & High School. Interior roads & sites are gravel without much shade. Stayed in premium, back-in site Q. Very long site with room between neighbors. This park has no restrooms or showers. WiFi worked great. Other sections in park had narrower, shorter sites with closer neighbors. Park is in the middle of Ohio Amish area. Lots of things to do and see.
Camped in 45 foot motor home. Site 43 on Loop A. This was clear of trees and the paved, back-in pad had slope to the front. Horse Park is always a busy place. We had no reservations, but spent one night mid-week. Horse Park is always worth a stop when passing through Lexington. Dump station is easy to use. Entry on Campground Road is paved. Do not stop at empty entry station. Proceed into campground to the loops area. Campground office is on the right. If you have a large rig, you might consider unhooking tow vehicle along the entry road.
Interior roads and most sites paved. WARNING: interior road is very narrow with ditch on each side. If you are unsure of your driving skill, don't choose this park. New section has 50 amp full hookup sites, which are reasonably level. Most older section sites are not level. Restrooms were closed for remodeling. Also a tornado hit the park and did extensive damage. Park may not re-open until Labor Day 2008.
Camped in 45 foot motor home. Easy access off Interstate 75. Across the street from Wal-Mart. Paved interior roads and sites in older section. All the buildings including the club house were very neat and clean. Swimming pool, basketball, horseshoes, and shuffleboard are all available.
Camped in 45 foot motor home. Paved interior roads and most sites are paved or gravel. Easy access of US27 and 192. WiFi cost is $4 per day. Sites are widely spaced. Park is near Disney and other attractions.
There is easy access off U.S. Highway 41. Sites and interior roads are paved. The landscaping was beautiful. The park is under new ownership and management. Both the owners and managers were wonderful. The park has been completely renovated. A new clubhouse is being constructed.
Paved interior roads and sites are found in this park. Some sites don't have many trees, so satellite TV reception is possible. Park has WiFi included in rate and it worked well. Many sites are located very near I-75, so road noise is prevalent. Rest rooms and showers were not the cleanest. Park is okay for an overnight stay.
Camped in 45 foot motor home. The interior roads and sites are paved with grass and picnic table at site. Many of the concrete slabs on sites are broken and not level. Ameristar took over the park in February 2007. No improvements have been made in years with exception of WiFi, which worked great. Free breakfast at the casino and free shuttle to it. Easy access from I-20 using Exit 1A, then north on Washington St. approximately 1/2 mile on east side of street.
Park has gravel interior roads and sites. Some small trees don't interfere with satellite TV reception. WiFi is included. Easy access to park off I-40 Exit 275 and about 1 mile east of old Route 66 (US54). Park has on-site restaurant with decent food and reasonably priced.
The interior roads and sites are gravel. Some small trees on sites and some that need to be trimmed. Picnic tables and garbage cans are on each site. Satellite TV reception was possible. Offered WiFi signal was weak at our site 66. Casino was nearby.
Park is located just west of US550. Interior roads and sites are gravel with some small trees. Satellite TV reception is no problem. WiFi supplied worked great. Office staff very friendly and helpful. Accepts Passport America.
Park has easy access off Business 70. Park has paved interior roads and sites with some grass and medium sized trees on sites. Satellite TV reception was possible on our site, # 61. Reasonably friendly office staff. Found that Line 2 of 50 amp circuit has only 104 volts upon our arrival. Had to wait about an hour before we could run 3 room airs. Notified office and was told this is an older park, which needs to have their electrical system upgraded. WiFi available, but at extra cost. Most parks now include WiFi with site rate, so we were surprised.
Camped in 45 foot motorhome. The interior roads and sites are gravel with grass on some sites. Small trees allowed satellite TV access, but little shade. Park located north of Moab with convenient access of US191. Park was nearby to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and Dead Horse State Park. The office staff was very friendly and helpful.
Easy access from US-89. Interior gravel roads and sites. Great WiFi and satellite TV worked fine. Park is located within an easy driving distance to either Bryce Canyon or Zion. The owners were very friendly.
Camped in 45 foot motorhome. Beautiful campground located on Banks Lake 11 miles south of Electric City and nearby Coulee Dam. This is a very popular park, so reservations are suggested. Many trees, so satellite TV reception might be blocked. Park has paved interior roads and sites.
Some overhanging tree branches. Satellite TV did come through. Gravel interior roads and sites. WiFi was spotty. Office staff was friendly. Rest rooms, laundry, and showers were spotless. Easy access 1/4 mile south of downtown on 89A.
Camped in 45 foot motorhome. Paved interior road and gravel sites. Some overhanging tree limbs on most sites. WiFi wouldn't work at sites, but did work in motel lobby of which the RV park is associated with. Check-in is in motel lobby. Easy access approximately 2 miles from I-15. Driveways at both ends of park have fair amount of dip, so be careful if you coach rides low. Also a bit of traffic from locals cutting through the park road. Lobby office staff very pleasant and helpful. Good park for overnighter and close to Cedar Breaks National Monument and Zion National Park.
Many pull-thru sites. Great WiFi. 8 miles from Glacier National Park entrance and nearby to Huckleberry Patch store. Gravel interior roads and sites with some grass. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Hours for laundry and hot showers a little limited.
Typical K.O.A. except a little more room between sites. We stay on Site 2 with a 45 foot motorhome. Many trees, so green-striping and access to satellite TV might be a problem. Easy access off Washington SR-20.
Quite a few miles west of Port Angeles, but worth the drive. Spectacular view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca from your front window. Cargo, ferry, and passenger ships frequent this strait. Interior roads and sites are paved. Sites are not real level, but workable. Central dump station was closed during our visit, but was to open soon. Stayed on Site 9 in a 45 foot motorhome. Park easily handles big rigs. No reservations, so arrive early.
Easy access off Washington SR16. Very near to village of Gig Harbor with interesting harbor and many shops and restaurants. Most sites have tall trees, so receiving satellite TV is almost impossible. Also, no WiFi offered. Sites were gravel with paved interior roads on a hillside. Camped in a 45 foot motorhome. Office staff was friendly.
Easy access from I-5. Road signage leading to park is lacking as well as a sign by the park. WiFi costs $1 and is fast. Sites in the "E" section are generally longer and somewhat lumpy, grass sites. Discovered after paying and asking what discounts are available that they honor Passport America...too late. Did not prominently display P.A. sign.
Just opened in July. Sewer is being installed. Pull-In sites are easily long enough to handle 45 foot RV. Additional sites plus Pull-Thru are being graded now. Paved interior roads and level gravel sites with new landscaping. Overlooks 9 hole golf course. Easy access from Business 101 south of downtown Astoria, so you don't have to deal with Astoria hills. Very friendly office staff. Located at: 92351 Youngs River Rd. (503) 338-3386.
Easy access off Highway 101. Gravel interior roads and sites with some grass sites. Sites are a little close together, but slide-outs can open. Office staff was very friendly and helpful. Nearby to many activities. WiFi works great.
Best RV park we've ever stayed at. Layout and landscaping are the best. Easy access from Exit 99 west off I-5. For those people so inclined, there is a beautifully landscaped and extremely clean casino east across I-5.
Easy access off I-10. Best to use Exit 35 from east. Wide, interior roads are paved with gravel sites. Sites are a little narrow, so with slides your neighbor will be close. Friendly and helpful staff. Rest rooms and showers were clean, but a little dated. RV service business located on site.
Easy access off SR82. Wide, paved interior roads with gravel sites. Park well maintained. Each site is metered for electric. WiFi costs extra. Very friendly staff. Accepts Passport America and Good Sam discounts.
The park staff were very personable and helpful. All facilities were maintained extremely well, except some of curves on interior roads need repaving. This is a great destination park near Hill Country and San Antonio.
The park had a full hookup to use just outside west entrance to Big Bend National Park. roads and sites are gravel/dirt. Registration is in the motel office. Maintenance was marginal. First 50 amp site assigned had open ground at pedestal. We moved to another site. Be careful opening awnings - sudden winds can make them fly away. There was no warning provided by office staff even though maintenance foreman said it happens all the time.
We called to make reservations. The staff was very helpful with directions to park. Interior roads are paved with mostly trimmed trees. The park was landscaped well, and the facilities were maintained well. Swimming pool, spa, and rec room were immaculate. I suggest you disconnect towed vehicle on street outside park.
Easy access east of I-75. Attended RV club rally on grass unshaded sites. Park also offers concrete pads and shaded sites. Sites and park neatly maintained. Clubhouse was very new. Office staff very friendly. Wi-Fi signal was weak or non-existent. Signal was better on hard sites. Nice executive golf course.
Big rig owners beware. Interior road tight and most sites sloped. Sites 1-15 are longer, but some have lots of slope. Narrow interior roads makes backing into paved site tricky. Located a few miles west of Exit 5 of I-475.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. Big rig owners beware. Very difficult interior road was 1 way in and out. Turn around at the end of the interior road couldn't be made by our 45 foot motorhome. We had to back up a long way to reach our site. Signage on US 27 is non-existant. Car show held in nearby downtown Somerset during various days of the summer is terrific.
Located 3 miles east of town on State Road 39. New owners making extensive improvements. New electric posts, water hydrants, restrooms, shower house, pavilion, par 3 golf course, club house, landscaping, cammping cabins, and office. Interior roads a little tight for our 45 foot motorhome, but navigable. New owners and staff very friendly. Near Amish Country, Warther Museum, Schoenbrunn Village, Football Hall of Fame, and Trumpet In The Land outdoor historical drama.
Paved interior roads and sites. Stayed during nearby Jamboree in the Hills country concerts. Campground quiet with additional security during concert week. Stayed on Area A (horse camp area) because sites were longer for our 45 foot motorhome.
Stayed on site #138 on Loop C with 45 foot motorhome. Some Overflow/Primitive camping available. Great park with easy access to Horse Park. Toyota assembly plant with tours located few miles north of RV park on I-75. 4089 Iron Works Parkway.
Road leading to campground is very narrow and curvy, but we made it with a 45 foot motorhome pulling a toad. Sites are also very narrow, but workable. Park could be very noisy if car show or race track or dragstrip being used.
Most sites very shaded. Keeps cooler, but tough to get "dish" signal. A small RV rally was being held on the Group Camping sites 103-110. Brown's Point loop is most desirable for motorhomes. Also Fisherman's Row and Beach loops are also good. Hill Loop is nice but would be tough to navigate for a big rig. Stayed on site #43 in Woods Loop with 45 foot motorhome. Not the best loop for big rigs.
148 West Street (US-27/SR-1) just west of downtown. Very new RV park connected to the city park. Easy access paved interior roads and sites. Self-pay honor system. Famous "Swamp Gravy" theater located east of downtown.