Very nice park. Large enough site to even park the truck alongside. Never could connect to advertised internet,even from the office and heard others saying the same thing. Staff wonderful with local directions and very cordial. Too cold to use the pool, but it looked great. Pets are welcome and not pestered. I was glad to be there and will return.
We stayed during the Good Sam Rally, so can't say what the actual cost of site was. It was included with tickets and shows. Surprised to get water, huge cable and 50 amp electric. Bring an adapter if you need 30 amp. No sewer. Sites only 20x40 so it's pretty tight for awnings and slides. All in all it's not bad. You are there for some kind of event and not at the rig much anyway. Everything was a huge walk. Just enough open grass to walk the dogs. Arrived with tanks empty so did not use the facilities. They sure were busy though.
Beautiful location. Everything is paved but plenty of grass for the dogs. 1 bar of ATT signal but it worked fine. Laundry sparkling. Pool and hot tub wonderful. Water barely warm in the bath house and that was odd. Had to sit at a table by the pool to get WiFi. I never could find the river I was supposed to have a vista of.
It seems we have a different view of this location than others. We only stay 3 days at a time. We visit there during the summer months and don't have a full campground to deal with. Usually no neighbor on either side. The pool is near and large enough. The laundry is huge. So we really like it there. There are many local restuarants close by and thats a big draw for us. Small cable lineup and pay wifi is something they should change.
Wow what a difference from our last time here. They have paved the whole place now. Sites are still a little small. The wifi and cable are very good. The pool was our oasis. Staff friendly. The $42. off-season/weekday price will be what stops my return.
We use this site because of its location and easy in/out off 231. Laundry is clean and reasonable. We always have trouble with the WiFi here. Staff are smiling and helpful. At passport rates we will return.
We also saw a lot of outsiders using the pool and it was a very hectic / loud place. It was obvious with cars parked at the pool, the campground about empty and no arm bands. But-- it was a very nice campground. Large sites in the upper section and all paved. Strong wifi. Office staff very helpful. Good base to visit local parks and sites. $40. is mighty pricy.
Nice park at passport prices. Clean pool and a semi shaded site. Staff are always cordial. Very nice laundry. We always stay for a couple of days when in the area. It's a college town and there are some fun restaurants downtown. We like it.
Kind of hard getting in and out on the campground interior roads. Very narrow and very sharp turns. If I was any longer I would have been scraping trees going around corners.Forget the satellite with all the tree cover. I did expect the antenna to work being so close to the city, but I didn't get any channels. Large site and even larger mosquitos. Huge beach access and parking.
Watch for the signs and be patient. The road in, is through a residential area and it appears you could be on the wrong road. Great view across a small lake and nice size sites. No cable TV or pool, but then its a state park. Many many ducks and fun to watch. But they can be pests looking for a hand out. Pricey for a state park.
Another huge gravel parking lot with hookups. Park full of workers for a new power plant. Very narrow site, we stayed hooked up to fit on site. All new hookups and large (selection of) cable TV. Very nice rec room with internet. The 7 is for the wonderful pool. It was the only relief from the blistering heat with not a bit of shade. Office staff was very nice.
Very, very nice park. It appears this park will be sold soon. That's too bad. I hope it will be as nice next year when we pass through. The dog run was fun for our dogs. Wi-Fi was very strong and fast.
This is a very nice location. It is still $4.00 extra [each] per day for use of amenities. Restaurant serves good food and the pool is sparkling clean. Staff is great.They only accept Pass Port America for 14 days per year now. It was very odd when the campground was empty all week and only a very few check-ins on the weekend. There was very low voltage with no use.
Very nice COE location. Very good dish reception. A tight, off camber, humpbacked, downhill, switchback approach to lake side sites. A problem if you have a low bed clearance. Terrible hot unless you are in the wooded sites. A full 120 volts and the A/C needed every one of them.
Always a pretty classy place to stay. It was off season so we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The pools are wonderful. The office staff are great and the grounds well tended. I do think that they should supply wireless with your site, without having to sign up with their supplier for an extra fee. For seasonal this may work, but its a pain when traveling.
They were very nice in this office. Will guide you to your site. This was an overnight stop for us. The site was narrow and I do wish there had been a pool. The wireless was weak at my location and I had to sit at a table closer to the antenna to get online. Huge cable TV choices. We would stay again.
The current reviews pretty much covers it all. The large site, very nice pool and enclosed dog run are nice extras. Staff always there to help. The wireless was useless for me on the upper level. If I stop there again I hope they have upgraded the wireless system.
We really enjoyed this location. The COE really run a nice operation. The hosts were very helpful and added to our good review. All the sites are lake view with some better than others. The grounds and bathouses were well taken care of. All major retail stores are fairly close. I got 39 channels on my batwing antenna: amazing. This would be a ten if it had sewer hookups.
Had a huge site but the utilities are up front, so the back half of site was unused. It was like having your own backyard. Washer and dryer was very inexpensive. The water pressure was very good and the bathhouse well kept. Antenna was not much use, but my dish could see out fine. I did have to move it around alot to find a place between the trees. The interpretive center is really nice and a must see.
We stayed a week and I have mixed feelings about this location. The roads are narrow and its a problem backing into sites because of vehicles parked across the street. No parking on the grass and must park sideways in front of your unit to get off the road. The wireless was useless for me as it always said low signal and would not connect. The dial-up in the community building showed no connection. I had to drive to Maggie Valley to a cafe to get on-line. No pool was disappointing. The manager and staff are hard working and very helpful. There was entertainment some nights and a nice breakfast on weekend. The cable TV choices was very large.
A very nice and well taken care of COE campground. The hosts are very helpful. Beautiful lake front sites. Bath house was close and clean. My satellite dish looked out real good, but I did not do well with antenna.
A lot of seasonal units here and a general feeling of commotion. Got stuck on a gray water only site and had to move to get sewer. I told them when I made the reservation that I needed sewer. Wi-Fi was useless for me and I was very near the office. Train and loud whistle all day. I was not happy here.
A large State Park site with pull-through sites, water, electric and sewer: for $20 a night? Thats great! Beautiful view from the pool, but the water was really cold. Good view for a satellite dish at the site and wireless internet behind the office. Rangers at office were great and there are many things to see in the park.
Many local color restuarants close by. New Cajun place very close and OK. The pool here is very nice. New ownership and it seems to be working. Passport America is a big plus. The staff was very helpful.
I always stop on the way through when on that coast. Had a great chicken salad lunch and I told the staff so. Sausage, waffle, juice and coffee for breakfast and a newspaper: how many places does that happen? The pool was a perfect end to the day. I do wish the sites were little larger.
Beware. Beware. Their electrical system needs work. I had only 98 volts available at the power plug receptical. I was very afraid for my a/c at this low a voltage. I even ran my fridge on gas to save the power for the a/c. Neighbors were complaining about their circuit breakers dropping out. Electrical theory says that as the volts go down the amps go up, so the amp breakers drop out. My tv started showing pink waves where white should have been and I thought it was just the cable signal [wrong]. We moved on the next day to another campground and found my 2 month old digital tv was shot. I think the low voltage fried it. We will not stay here again and urge others to use caution.
We enjoy this location. But at $70.00 a night it's becoming prohibitive. It shows in the many empty sites that were everywhere. On the weekend and in season it should have been full. The events and the Shanty are always fun. The staff are great.
This is our second time here. They have a really huge and beautiful location. Office staff very helpful. Large sites and concrete patio's. They have no dial up location and no wireless. To get on the net you must join the computer club at $15 a month and use there connection. That's a bit steep for overnight folks. There were many empty sites even though it was the SEASON.
Passport. Cordial at the office and glad to see you. Very nice modem hookup site and small cable selection. Many tree's but the dish could still see out. A lot of what looks like housing for permanents. Biting ants a problem.
OK for an overnight stop. Bare minimums--no cable, and pool closed. The no see ums were horrific. Hookups are at the rear of sites and a pain. Nice staff in the office. TV networks available on antenna.
Very nice. Huge property. All paved and wonderful pools. Passport at $15. but add $4. each per day for use of amenities, and pay for the day you leave also. That was a new wrinkle for me. Cash only. Best to drive in first [empty] and scope out the place for your site. I did it the day before. Then you can go directly to your site when hooked up.
Very friendly owners. Large cable line up and close enough to Helen for daytrip in to town. Cash or check and no credit cards. Huge-huge amount of highway noise from lots-lots of motorcycles on the weekend. We will return, but during the week.
They are small sites. My neighbor's awning was about 4' from our camper. I was worried that our sewer line would be crushed just by them walking around. There were so many empty sites and they put someone next to me. It just made it tight for both of us. I'll use Loretta Lynn's campground next time through. It looked really nice.
Be sure to turn in by the Chinese restaurant. Staff is very nice at the office with info on local sites. The manager was very helpful with directions and restaurant information. Bus to Beale Street up at the hotel very handy. I would return if in Memphis but I never did find real blues on Beale Street.
Management does seem to be somewhat detached from worrying about the campsites. Ah -its good enough attitude seems to prevail. There is a lot of noise from traffic at the lakeside. It looked like hay season on adjoining sites. I had to run my water line from another site. The pearl exhibits are very interesting.
Some sites are very hard to get in to. The Ranger switched our site and its a good thing. A bargain with a golden passport card. It's a waste of $5 on the Bison/Elk prairie, we did not see even one. The Kentucky Lake trail is beautiful and free. We nursed all our chigger bites for weeks after leaving there.
Beautiful views with large sites, paved roads and pads. It all appears to be run by the state and worth every dime. No cable but the portable dish picked up fine. There were huge fields to run the dogs. It's a 10 if it had sewer and cable.
It is very clean and well manicured with large flat sites. Staff nice and helpful. No cable but the dish worked fine and we had a large antenna selection. Bath house was very nice. They could use a pool. Stay away from the back three rows as it does get very loud.
It is a long 2 mile bumpy road into the campground. The sites are large with lots of shade. No cable, but our dish was able to see out. There were lots of antenna stations. The bathouuse dated but clean. Washers were $1.00 a load and nice setup. The staff and owner are glad to have you there.
I can't remember ever staying in a noisier campground. We had to hollar at each other to hear over the trucks on the interstate. If we had been given a site up near the office it would not have been as bad. There were some empty up there,but I was already set up before I realized. The roar of the jake brakes and screaming engines was deafening. The office staff are nice,pool clean and the drinking water was great. There is easy access to the Pennsylvania turnpike.
OK for an overnight. 6 miles in off the interstate. Awning to awning site layout and I just hate that. I wish I knew that ahead so I can avoid these locations. Large cable selection but no news networks [strange]. Many signs warning of there alcohol problem.
Very nice and well manicured grounds. No cable up front in the tree's, but dish could still see out. Free local tour tickets at the office. Prior posts cover it all. There was a substantial bath tub ring around the pool and we would not use it. I thought that odd as it was June and the pool must have just opened.
Very nice in office and a huge cable line up. A lot a permanents/seasonal. After finding the bath house we would not use it. Most things look run down. Roads paved and sites uneven. Close to battlefield.
Wonderful!!! I don't know what else someone could ask for except a little larger site. They have an orientation talk about Washington, sell all the bus/train tickets and the city bus picks up by the office. The office staff knows everything about tranfers, senior prices and metro routes. About 1 hour each way on bus and metro and no driving or parking to worry about. What a relief not to go into Washington with out a clue. A very well run operation and staffed by pro's.
Wanted to stay weekdays thru the weekend with no reservation, so they found me a spot. It was 10" out of level, front to back. The rest of the sites appeared much better and paved up front. I was glad to get it. Office had a huge $ coupon for Busch Garden that was equal to 1 night at campground. Great. Huge cable line up, and spotless bath house. Office staff very hepful. Would stay again.
Huge county park with many amenities. Even has an R/C flying field. Large sites. I did not care for the water taste. Some antenna signal but no way to see the satellite. Watch the pets for ticks/fleas. Office staff great and helpful with local info.
Way overpriced. They charge $4 a per day for kids-- $3 a day for pets--$3 per day for cable. Then it has a policy to charge $5 per hour for early check in. I asked if I got a $5 per hour discount for early check out and only got a grumpy look. All the revenue tricks. The park was only 1/4 full and maybe the price was the reason. I will not return.
Well manicured. Office staff very nice. Huge water pressure/flow in the showers. Laundry at $2.00 a load was mighty pricy and I never did find the pool at the motel. Its a shame how slow it was at the restuarants/shops. its all an easy walk from the campground.
Very nice and well manicured grounds. Staff friendly and pool clean. Bathrooms were spotless. Computer hookup in office with a very slow dialup. tv on antenna and could not get signal from portable dish. Very handy to Charleston.
Checkout at 1pm and check in at 3pm. First day is really shot unless you go to the beach and wait. watch for the sign coming from the south or its a rough u turn to go back. Low water pressure. Very nice park and rangers helpful.
This was the closest campground I could find to the VA Hospital in West Palm Beach for an appointment. It still took me 45 minutes to get there. For a KOA this was an OK location. We took the two day camping special that included tickets for 2 days for two people to the Lion Country Park. The campground staff were very pleasant and helpful. The pool was very clean and we received all the local stations on the antenna. They do not have cable. The computer dial up location in the office worked fine. The site was ample in size.
This park is now called Sunshine RV Resort. Its a very nice location with a clean pool, Library, rec hall and laundry. Its setup for snowbirds with park models, nice trailers and transient sites. Very large site and helpful staff. It should be a 10 but no table, cable extra and $5. Wireless make it an 8. Passport accepted.
Grounds very well taken care of and spacious sites. Office staff very cordial. Computer room, tables and sparkling pool were all appreciated. Passport accepted. My big gripe is that you need 40' of sewer line to reach the connection. I had to back up, before leaving, so my 20' of sewer pipe could dump. All the concrete sites seem the same with the sewer connection right next to the road.
An old campground with roads and sites in disrepair. Large sites with nice library ,computer area and rec room. The indoor pool was dreary and cold. Staff helpful. No tables or cable and you have to pay for your electric. For $18.00 I can stay at a first class local campground and I don't have to join escapees.
Very nice park with paved roads and sites. Beautifully kept grounds and a sparkling pool. Staff always with a smile. The Walmart within walking distance was a help. Passport accepted. This would have been a 10 but the sites are a bit narrow, no tables and no cable.
I got a different take on this campground than the prior review. It's a large/beautiful/well kept location. There are lots of tree's and shade. The dog walking area is huge. The cable selection is great but wireless weak. You have to sit at the office to use a computer. No modem is offered. No pool. The office staff were very helpful. The park is mostly permanents, but not many people are there. Some traffic starts at 7am and again at around 5pm. Dog's are allowed to run free and really kept my dog stirred up. This was very annoying with dogs coming into our campsite.. The adjoining repair facility is what really got me there. I routed our trip to take advantage of it's proximity. I was charged $85.00 to grease one wheel bearing and I supplied the seal. No other parts needed. It took 1/2 hour. I think that is excessive. I will not make the same mistake again.
A work in progress. Passport. No cable and a few Orlando station on antenna. Mostly old trailers/park models for winter residents. They say it gets very full in the season. Very clean pool and computer in clubhouse. Construction going on everywhere. Staff very friendly. Would give it another year to get it right for transients.
What a gorgeous place with huge grounds. It's about 15 miles outside of Dade City, but close to the interstate.The utilities are awkward for me and may be set up for an Airstream. The sewer is in the rear/middle of the site and the water/electric at every other site. A golf course surrounds most of the sites. Very nice screened pool and limited cable. Large room for internet access. I suggest a number 12 site, but watch out for golf balls. The staff was great.
We stayed here before but this time was not a good experience. Regular price $40.-- I don't think so. Passport price is more like it. I needed 4" of lumber under one side of the camper to level up. I had about 4 ft. to the back corner of a motor home in the rear. If the adjoining site had been rented they may have hit my awning. The ice cream stand is always a pleasure and the staff very helpful.
Very nice in office. Pool looked clean but it was raining so did not use it. It was 9 miles each way off the main highway. That's $6.00 worth of gas. Then they charged $4.00 extra for my two very small dogs. Then the modem was down for some reason or other. The utilities were all on the wrong side in our section and I still have not figured that out. Maybe set up for future park models?
A work in progress. Very friendly and family run. A new bathhouse and laundry is very nice. The office modem was very convenient. Large cable selections. I do think it is misnamed as there is not a tree to be seen. The entrance could be improved by moving the old units to the back, instead of them being the first thing you see as you drive in. I almost turned around and left because of the look. I'm glad I stayed and gave it a chance.
This was our first use of a COE park and we were pleasantly surprised. It is a beautiful location. The downside was the ants are very bad. Even with cables off the ground and wheels treated, we were attacked by ants and had to bomb the camper while here. The sun is also brutal this time of year at sites 20 through 30. There was no way to sit outside in the afternoon and even the awning did not help. Sites #40 and up seemed to have a better chance at shade. It's a very nice place.
A real pearl. Right on the lake with the water a few steps away. Large sites with plenty of room for the dog. Washer/dryer at $1.00 load. Cable tv is extra, but I did not need it. My dish could see out between all the many tree's. Very shady. Quiet and well managed.
We will always return to this park when in the area. The other local park is not even close in features. The pool area is very nice and very clean. The family owners go out of there way to help. The cable channel list is huge.The modem location and speed is great. Even the dogs are happy with the dog walking area. We like it there.
We enjoyed it. A pool would have raised the rating. Large shady sites, huge cable selection, dial up modem and quiet. The office staff could not have been more helpful. Very large dog walk area. Nice clean laundry. A nice oasis.
It appears I had a different expectation from this park than prior reviews. The sites are very wide, bath house clean, very shady sites, helpful staff and 5 channels on the antenna.Thats the good part. Then there is the $2.00 per load washer/dryer, that is very excessive when compared to private locations. The swimming hole was so green I would not go in it. I don't know what was growing in it to make it that color and have that crust. I measured the electric power at 105 volts and shut off my a/c. I only ran the fan all night to keep my a/c compressor from a possible burn out. We got out of there the next day. The 5 is for the good things.
I mostly agree with all the prior reviews. It may be for sale (?) but the owner does seem to put his heart into the place. He goes out of his way to help folks. The grounds are looked after but the roads are rough. The pool was very clean and they have a huge cable line-up. The dial up location worked great and was quiet. Yellow fly's come out at dusk and they do bite meat and draw blood.
They have a great cable selection, wireless ok and the laundry is great. The office staff were very friendly. But we were not very happy here. The sites are very narrow and short, with poor gravel roads. The east side seems to be for the motor homes and the west for old permanents. The pool was cloudy. The very nice laundry was ruined by all the holes in screens letting in the yellow fly's. The mower guy stirred up UNBELIEVABLE amounts of dust and I had to move the truck to keep it from being covered. Biting yellow fly's are always on the attack and they don't sting, they take meat.. Dusty -Dusty -Dusty
Passport park and reasonable. No bugs or ants and that was a relief from the last campground we were at. The staff was very cordial. Very limited cable and my dish could see out from site E-9. Board walk out to river was very interesting. Quiet and very shady.
Beautiful place. Clean pool, golf course, staff very friendly. Limited cable. Not much shade. Jai Lai next door, but not very busy this time of year. The ants are FEROCIOUS-- could not stand for a minute, even on the concrete, without biting ants crawling up my legs. Even with the cords up off the ground and tires sprayed, the ants got in the camper. I would rate it much higher if not for the ants.
We always enjoy Lazy Days when in the Tampa area. Sparkling clean pool, newspaper, paved roads,cable and friendly staff. Yes the sites are narrow and not to deep. I park the truck sideways to keep it out of the wide road. The free meals are sufficient and tasty enough. When I want a GOURMET meal I can pay the price at the Cracker Barrel next door.
Site on the Creek very narrow and shallow [maybe 40']. Limited cable. Pool crystal clear and a real pleasure. Staff very very nice. Dial up in office- huge laundry -quiet. Dogs are $1.00 each per day extra.
Very very nice and all the amenities. Pool area was sparkling clean with hot tub and lap pool. Club house included exercise machines. Staff very cordial and helpful. Large grassy dog area's and that is very important to me. We will return.
Very nice campground. Seems to be setup for snowbirds and not much for kids but the pool. Huge cable channel line up. Office staff very friendly and helpful. Very pricey especially for this time of year.
Sites are wide and have plenty of room to park the truck. We used this as an overnight so did not use the pool , but it looked very nice. The office staff is very helpful and cordial. Very easy entrance off I-4 but there is a little noise from the highway. Every one very friendly and lots of snow birds this time of year. My only big complaint is that I thought they had cable TV. This site listed it for cable but it's only available for long term visitors. The antenna picked up a lot of channels so it turned out not to be a really large problem.
For starters - the reservation system did not work but they had a site for us anyway.The staff at the gate FIXED IT. I'm sure it would have been a different story if it was a busy time of year. Paved streets, limited cable channels, no shade and Passport America only on the gravel sites. The north pool was very nice/clean but the patio's were a mess of leaves and debre and broken gates. The bathrooms were very clean. The sites are adequate with lots of common open space. The dumpster location is an issue and we found it as we exited outside the main gate. We would stay again
Very nice campground.Beautiful pool. Large computer area and community buildings. Huge laundry and clean bathrooms. Sites are adequate and the roads paved. The office staff are great. It must be very busy in the season. Passport America is accepted.
The use of RESORT in the name is an abuse of the word.The pool was loaded with people from the local neighborhood and made it un-useable for RESORT guests. That same night the club house was used for an outsider party.There are full time residents with all their tools and business material scattered around the units. Permanents are also moving into the front portion of the park with very large units and no license plates.The cars parked around them would not be capable of towing anything that big.It was a koa and is falling into disrepair.The grass needed attention. The cable system has a large # of channels, staff very friendly,nice tv room/library and has fairly large sites.
Large sites with good views of the local hills. The new owner is working [very hard] to add to all amenities. The cable system is all inclusive. The laundry only has one washer/dryer. The pool appears to be in the owners yard, but I guess its ok for everyone to use. Close to town that has a huge amount of things to see, as its an old Georgia capital. The tours in town were an added surprise and great.
I thought it a little pricy for this time of year. My voltage was only 104 volts and I wonder what it would be if the park was full. Huge Oaks and Spanish Moss that made it a very pretty location. Barily able to see out with my dish and this site did not have cable. Paved with a barily adequate sized site. Very small/clean pool and a good computer location. The roar of traffic and tractor trailer shreiks from I/75 never stops. Office staff very helpful. I would stay again but only away from highway.
I think it is pricy at $40 a site plus $8 more just to get thru the main gate. Then another $22 each to tour the attractions. They have no cable and some Atlanta reception on the antenna. A site in the 140's may get satellite reception.The pool was wonderful and camp store complete.. The office staff were great and very helpful.The traffic never stops including all the grounds staff on golf carts [going somewhere important I guess]. My site was rough gravel/holes and very unlevel. It could have used some of the folks on the golf carts with shovels and rakes.
No cable but the dish could could see out ok. Very nice/clean pool area. Some sites have shade. Wireless had no strength. Office staff was friendly/helpful. New owner is really working on the improvements.
Very, very nice. Adequate site but not very deep - had to park truck sideways to get it off the road. Beautiful/clean pool and huge activity building. Large cable selection, wireless and gated security. Staff very helpful.This is a member park but offered a complementary stay.
I loved this campground. It was shaded and cool on a creek. The owners are very nice, very accommodating. The park is very clean and well kept. However, although it has an excellent cable service, we could not use our cell phone at all. The park does not have a pool, but the cleanliness and the attention to detail by the owners more than made up for it. It is a little further out of town than I would have liked also. Also the best of all there were no permanents living in the park. It is strictly for campers.
Very nice grounds. Large pull thru's up front but just adequate site in rear. I had to use some lumber under the tires to level up. If you want some shade you have to be in the back. Very nice clean pool and a large clean laundry. The computer room was small but very unique. The girl in the office was great and very helpful with directions.
Adjoining the Desoto Caverns Attraction. Lots to do for the kids and the cave tour also. It's worth the trip to see it. It's quiet and has mostly back-in [shaded]sites.My antenna got some reception. The campground does not get any attention by the staff. You pay your fee up at the attraction and never see anyone in the campground. The wild house cats roaming around the campground kept my dog very ALERT. The $12 Passport America fee was worth it.
Huge and well kept grounds. Large cable selection, newspaper every day and a computer for everyones use. Our site was large with a view down across the grounds and ponds. The pool is small but very clean.
Very clean and well kept. All paved, but expensive for the small concrete site. Huge cable selection and a very nice pool. Wonderful computer room and a large store. Plenty of places to walk the dogs. The owner very helpful and even loaned me a wrench to fix my water line. The ants are a problem.
Very,very nice riverfront and dock on the Suwannee River. Great computer set up for everyones use and a dialup connection. Beautiful pool and patio. Gravel roads. Adequate cable. 9 miles off rt. 19, so its a long roundtrip out to the crossroads. Very nice at the office.
Paved roads and well manicured. Huge number of channels on the cable. Beautiful pool but very SMALL for the 400 sites and it must be very busy in the winter season. Plus its a very, very, very long walk to get to the pool. Their electric is only a 50 amp plug, so my 30 amp had no plug in. My site was very muddy and we tracked a lot of dirt in.
Quiet. Well taken care of and a helpful staff. Paved and a clean pool area. The sites are narrow and this was a problem. There is no cable t/v but we had some antenna reception. It must be very busy in the winter because of all the permanent units. Well worth the passport america prices.
I agree with all the two prior reviews said. This is a VERY VERY large manufactured home location. It's beautifuly landscaped, everything is first class and the sites are large. The long drive to the pool was about a 1/2 mile and thats a problem with wet suits in the truck. I finally found the dumpster tucked away in the maintenance area after much searching. The owners have local garbage collection, so it's not an issue except for campers. They would not honor the 20% off coupon in my Trailer Life Directory and only accept cash/checks. I did not have the check book with me and it's a pain to replace cash while on the road. There are a few things they need to work on to make this a thumbs up location.
They were still cleaning up after the hurricane so nothing was open but the beautiful pool. It was a country club set up, with a golf course and very nice. It was a great bargain at the Passport America prices. They appear to be selling the sites, but no salesmen approached us.
The noise from the interstate was not a problem on sites up close to the office. In back I can see it as a problem. They have a very very small pool. A lot of what appears to be permanent residents. It's a nice park overall visually. The staff was not talkative and I thought their face would break if they smiled. They did not seem happy to be there. A little pricy and extra $ for the modem. There are other choices in the area.
Yes this location will be very nice, but it still has some work to get there. I found the modem very slow and the staff agreed. The cable has very few channels so I had to set up the dish. My biggest gripe is the pool. It's at the golf course club house and not at the campground. You must drive back out on the road to get around the golf course, to get to it. It was October so it wasn't an issue, but it would be in July.
The roads are not great. But other than that I found the place very nice. If it had been summer I think it would have been ever nicer. The Passport America price was great for the grounds/services supplied. The lobby staff treated us very nice, as did the grounds crew when I had to move a table. Someone has invested a lot of money in this location and it shows.
Ok stop for an overnight, but the airplanes are a problem. Large military transport and fighters fly very low over the park while practicing landings. Owners very friendly and helpful. We arrived early and our site was assigned with a note on the door. This was very helpful. They have everthing you can ask for in a campground, except quiet.
Very nice for a couple of days, especially at the low price. Used as a base to visit the many local attractions. Owners very helpful about what roads to take for the best scenery. They were friendly and seemed to be glad we were there. We will stay again.
This is a bad memory on a very long cross country trip. It's on the bottom of my list. It started as the desk clerk bragged about how he had evicted a couple [at check-in] because they let the dog out of their motor home. Then I was asked to sign a form that threatened me with eviction and or prosecution [local ordinance]. If my dog urinated on the road, as we walked to the dog run, I may be prosecuted and he would evict me. The rest of the check-in time I was subjected to rants about how good their little restaurant is and I should not bother to go into town. It was $27. for a full hook-up site, but he forgot to mention the cable did not work on my site. The modem is extra $. The advertised heated pool was empty and the pavement busted up. The sign on the rec. hall said under re-model and my neighbor said it has been for 3 years. The trailer life rating is way over-stated. We moved east the next day to Grants, New Mexico for half the price and none of the grief. On this website I have reviewed a few locations as a 9/10,many as a 7/8, some as a 3/4/5/6,but none as a 2. This is a 2.
It's just an overnight with nothing extra. The staff is curt and unconcerned. The internal traffic is constant from the trailer park in the back. They do have the largest petrified wood logs I have ever seen by the office.
This was one of the highlites of a very long trip. I don't understand why Trailer Life only gave it a 5 for visual appeal, as the view is great. We used it as our base to visit Sedona and Montezuma's Castle. I don't know what else someone could ask for in a campground. They have everything and it's all nice. The casino/restaurant's are a short drive across the highway.
This is mainly a permanent park with some small overnight sites available. It's nice, safe and quiet. It's cash only and the sites are narrow and short. The computer area and grounds are very nice. The pool was very cold and un-useable even in warm September. The dog walk is across a public road and sometimes dangerous to get there.
This is an old KOA that is still in pretty good shape. It was $25 for a no sewer and very narrow site. The weather was to cold to use the pool but it looked OK. The dog run was huge and she could run free. We needed some repairs and the Chevy dealer treated us very good. They put us right in and had it done in a couple of hours. Mohave County Museum was well worth the time. The campground felt safe and fine for an overnight.
This park seems to be pretty new, but it feels old. Many units on the west side appear to be permanent and with plenty of stuff scattered around the sites. The traffic starts around 6:30 AM with guests headed to work. You have to drive to the pool at the hotel, but its very nice. They need a pool at the campground. They also have a beach on the river. The sites are large but awning toward awning and I hate that. The Native Harvest Buffet at the casino was wonderful. The washer/dryer setup is great and very inexpensive. The office staff are very helpful.
Brutal hot in Sept. Wind like a blast furnace coming over the hill, but thats not the parks fault. Beautiful view from the fourth level and large sites. Must drive to casino and pool unless you have the time to wait for the shuttle. Nice inexpensive washer/dryer setup.
Very narrow sites and hard to park the truck. Small pool. A place to experience Las Vegas. Sam's casino was very nice. Going thru the smog layer as you went down into the Las Vegas Valley was the worst.
A nice stop for a couple of days at $14.00. It's a parking lot but not as bad as some. We looked at others in town. The sites are narrow but just enough. The huge pool area is great and much appreciated after a hot day. Drive to other restuarants/casinos or walk to theirs. We enjoyed it.
This was a very lovely park. The restrooms, grounds, washer/dryer setup and modem were top notch. The sites are narrow. The owners were very hospitable. We used it as a base to see all the many local sites, including Zion Park.
This is a Western Horizon member park, but they accepted Passport America for 3 days. It was a very nice park and the pool area, clubhouse and modem was exceptional. The sites are narrow and door to door. The grounds staff do a great job.
We stayed for a week and loved it. It was one of the highlites of our trip. Perfect location for day trips to all local sites including Bryce Canyon. Wonderful town with everything you could ask for. We had a large site in the back. The modem, washer/dryer setup, well maintained grounds and the staff were great. We will stop again.
We stayed here as a base to explore the local area. The Steam Train trip in town is worth the price. White Pine county Museum is a treasure. The campground is only a place to park, but it's very inexpensive. It filled up every night [early]. Close to town/restuatants/casino.
OK for an overnight stop along "The Loneliest Road". You never see anyone at the office. You put your money in an envelope and drop it in a box. The cable was broke, sites narrow and alot of road noise. Good place to explore Eureka from. It looks new and like a work in progress.
A great couple of day stop. Everything very clean and quiet. Owner/manager very helpful and cares about his customers. Washer/dryer setup inexpensive. The Churchill County Museum is a must see in town. We will return.
Very convenient to town. But it's the strangest layout I have ever experienced. Most sites are parking one rig behind the other, on both sides of a long median. You share the very small table space in between. Slides stick out into the road. There are back'ins also, if your not to long. The restuarants/casino are a close walk. Get there early if you want a site that is easy to get in and out of. Strictly an overnight stop for me.
Nice for a couple of day's. Used it as a base to go up to McCall and see the sites. The lake at McCall is gorgeous. The campground was on a small creek, quiet and safe. They take Passport America so it was very inexpensive.
The campground was full [they were turning people away] and you could tell the attitude of the staff by there comments to customers. It did not get better. To me it was a wetland field that was close enough to see the lake. The sprinklers ran every night and added to the wetland experience. It's actually on the River and directly opposite a saw mill that operates continuously. The view and noise was not charming.
A very pretty site that was quiet and safe but needs to have cable. The sites are large and we had deer go by at sundown. Beautiful day trip up to Libby Dam along the Kootenai River and great overlooks. We will stay again
Very nice spot that we used as a base for Glacier Park, Whitefish and Big Mountain. Narrow/shallow sites but they had us park the truck on the site in back. You get a half sized table because the site is so narrow. Very nice washer/dryer room but very expensive. A really pleasant place to stay.
Very very nice stop. It's set up next to a very nice motel. The sites are large and it was a very enjoyable stop. The restuarant/lounge/casino is inexpensive and has great food. If you leave hungry it's your own fault because they give you plenty. Nice day trip to Lake Peck Dam is worth the ride. We will stop again.
Very pretty and not bad for a couple of days. Had to switch sites because they gave me an awning to awning site. I hate that. I can not figure out why they do a layout like that except it may be cheaper to install the utilities. They only had a two washer/dryer setup, so we had to go to town to do the laundry. Extra $ for the modem. Very very nice city park in downtown Minot that is a great day trip.
Extra $2.00 for child and cash only. That should have told me what to expect right from the beginning. The site was very narrow. Just able to keep the table from sliding off the site and still get out the door. Nothing to keep the kid's interested. It was a nice ride to visit Itasca Park. We will try some other place next time.
Very nice for a couple of day's stay. Large grounds to roam and a couple of small lakes. We used this location to travel up the west shore of Lake Superior. Small play ground for the kid's and a very nice modem location.
I was not impressed. It was extra for kids and extra for the little dog. The "heated" pool was cold. The modem was unavailable because of a virus. But they would be glad to sell me a wireless card. The small site was extra because it had a small concrete slab. The ferocious mosquito's were free. We wanted to be close to the mall, but will get closer next time.
Very,very nice spot for a stay. Huge open spaces to play or run the dog. Everything you could ask for except a pool. Very private modem location. The owners are great. Short drive to town. Plus they accept Passort America.
Campground is OK and well worth the Passport America price. Short distance to the Buffalo Museum and Frontier Fort and it is very interesting. Very nice store at the office. Restuarant and lounge over the office with lots of local color and short walk back to your campsite. Restuarant packed with local folks for the Buffalo burgers and beer. Modem is awkward at the front desk as people are checking in. We will return.
I agree with all the prior post said. The down side was the expensive laundry facilities [$2.00 for a washer]. There isn't really a modem at the office. They supply a computer for your use. Its a nice setup but I am not comfortable putting my info in someone else's machine. It would be nice if they had a phone jack there also. The weekend was very busy but it emptied out come sunday. Its a very nice park and we enjoyed it.
Very nice spot especially at Passport America prices. The water was very good and we filled our tank. The office staff were great. We used this as our base to see the sites within 50 miles. We will stop again.
This is a beautiful location in a valley. It was strange to come up on it, in nomally flat Kansas. We were only passing by and had to drive thru for a look see. They had restrooms, showers, dump, good roads and ample sized sites. We will certainly stop on our next trip thru.
We stayed for a few days and enjoyed it. It was a good base to see the local sites. The pool was clean/warm and the sites ample. We went up to the second level in back, were its more quite. They sure do have a lot of rules though. Signs, signs, everywhere signs and they do take away from the experience.
There are a couple of different locations for camping. We chose the water/electric sites right on the lake. It was a large site with a wonderful view. The bath house was very clean. The large flock of permanent Canada Geese was the only problem. The 100 or more birds are fun to watch, but all the droppings are becoming a problem. I will stay here again but watch where I walk.
A nice place to stay for a few days but a little pricy for a small pull thru. The pool was very clean, grounds well tended and quiet. The computer hookup at the site was really great and AOL has a local number. Alot of the park appears to be local people. Very nice rigs but they may not move often.
This is one of my favorite campgrounds. We stay here each time we are in the area. The streets are all paved and your able to ride a bike to the beautiful pool/lodge. The casino bus picks you up at your site.
This was a good two day stop at Passport America prices. The pool was clean and ample sized sites. The casino shuttle picks you up at the office. We had no trouble entering from the east and leaving towards the west. The train could be a bother if your on that side of the park. We will go back.
I was not impressed. To many spaces for a small piece of property. We were there at a slow time, so the social hour was not well attended. Betty's soap operas were on, so she was busy and could not attend. The trip down RT.167 to the park was the worst road I have ever been on and I will not do it again.