As other reviewers have stated, this campground is not fancy but it serves its purpose well. If you are looking to see the sights, travel to Churchill Downs, do the Bourbon Trail, this is the place to be. If you are traveling with kids and want lots of amenities, don't stop here. We thought the location was great and the campground was what we were looking for. We visited several other campgrounds in the area, and this one was definitely the best. We would stay here again. As an aside, the town of Bardstown was a totally unexpected treat! There are lots of fun shops, great restaurants, etc.
This was a really fun campground--you are 10 minutes from downtown Memphis and are camping on the banks of the river--spending your nights watching the sunset and the barge traffic winding down the river. The sites are well spaced, but I would definitely recommend getting one of the riverfront sites with a concrete pad--when we were there there was a lot of rain and the gravel sites were VERY soupy. The management was friendly and helpful and I would actually go out of my way to stay there again. Our rig is 38' long.
This is a nice campground, really well-suited for fishermen. We stayed here in our 38' RV. The roads were well kept and the sites were easily accessible. (They were also nice and wide--set up to allow fisherman to park the campers, truck AND boats.) There's not a great deal of privacy in the campground,as there is very little vegetation in the main camping area. If you want lots more privacy, ask to be put in the smaller sites on top of the hill, but beware, the sites on top of the hill will be VERY difficult to negotiate if you are in a big rig. The hotel connected to the campground has a great work-out room, pool and hot tub--VERY well maintained!! Oh, and my husband was able to fish from the beach and catch lots of bass, so that made him happy. Bring your fishing poles. Last note, you are about a 30 minute drive from Branson at this location so if you are planning on spending a lot of time in Branson, you might want to choose something closer. We would definitely stay here again
This was a REALLY nice, clean state park--one of the best we've ever visited. The sites were well spaced and very private. The web site also gives good information on slideout restrictions based on trees and other vegetation. Pay attention to this, several of the sites would not have been able to accommodate our slideouts. We stayed in the Buck Ridge campground and it was well-suited to our 38 footer. The roads were also well maintained and made the sites easy to back into. The only negative about this state park is that it is quite a distance from the town of Warsaw and there is really not much to do in this park other than hike--there is a nice lake and beach, but no fishing pier (you must rent a boat to fish or go elsewhere.) If you are looking for peace, quiet and privacy, this is a terrific state park. If you are traveling with kids I'd go elsewhere or bring a boat.
Really nice, super clean, campground, set in the heart of the national forest. Huge spaces. This campground/lodge is situated on the shores of lake Winnebigosh and Cutfoot Sioux. The staff here is terrific, they cant seem to do enough for you. The only drawback is no restaurant or bar, which would be kind of nice because you are set about 20 miles from the nearest town. Also, there are not many sites here so be sure to call ahead to check availability. The campground also has a great marina for parking your boat, or renting boats/watercraft from them.
We stayed for a short time in this park and I can guarantee you we will not be back. The sites are cramped, the park is not well kept, and the camp "HOST" is about as unfriendly. We moved on to the Ashland City Park and were very pleased with the change in location. The parks dept in Washburn should seriously take a closer look at the folks who "Host" their campground.
This is a great park in the heart of Ashland. Some of the other reviews I read were not very positive and I'm not sure why. The sites were some of the largest we've ever experienced, most other RV parks would cram two campers in the sites, this park reserved for just one. The trees weren't large, but they are growing. The grounds were very well kept and the park sits right on Superior with a fabulous bike trail that goes for miles around the lake--wish we would have had our bikes! Also, if you are a fishing person, there is a really nice boat ramp adjacent to the park. It's a great location for checking out Bayfield and the rest of the area. We would definitely go out of our way to camp here again.
This is a nice campground, but many of the sites are very difficult to negotiate if you have a big rig. We have a 36' 5th wheel and my husband is a really good driver (x-semi guy). He had a tough time. If you have a large rig, the only sites that will work for you are 12, 14,19, 20, and 21. The road in is very narrow, so that makes maneuvering even more difficult. Other than that, if you are not into hiking, this park has little else to offer. You are 1.5 hours from Ely and a fair distance from Lutsen and Two Harbors.
Other reviews of this park are accurate. This is a very clean park, very close to Deadwood. However, they are in the business of getting as many campers in this space as possible. If you understand this going in, you wont be surprised. If you are in the Deadwood area and want to enjoy the town (not the camping experience) this is the place to go.
First, it would be nice if the state of WY would update their campground information. The web page for this park says water is unavailable. In fact, water and electric are both very available. Second, it would be helpful if the state of WY would include a campsite map on their webpage showing the location and size of the campsites. Third, this reservoir had a terrible fire in June of this year so almost all of the trees are burnt. Lastly, the reservoir has been drained. All that said, I would go back but first I'd ask if there is water in the reservoir and I might wait a year or two for the vegetation to grow back.