Our 14th year coming for 2-3 weeks at Shore Hills. (Surprised to see 2 campers rated it as a 3.. We all know that some people are hard to please and always look at the glass as half-empty. I think they are dead wrong.) Great WiFi and 50 amp power. I would rate it a 10 but for the gravel roads. We travel 12-15,000 miles every year and this is one of a handful of parks that we come back to. Rate reflects Good Sam Discount.
Excellent base camp to visit the great views in Rocky Mountain National Park. Our 45' rig had no problems in and out of Site 19. Wi-Fi was very good, using a Super 3 Antenna Booster. AT&T phone worked great. Owners were very friendly and willing to help in any way. The place to stay in Grand Lake, CO.
First Class! We no longer golf so did not use course. Our rate included a golf cart parked at our site and a $25.00 per day credit at the Club House (dining or Pro Shop). Grounds are beautiful with both views of the golf course and Lake Havasu. Going to return again for a week in May and rent a boat for day trips on the Lake and Colorado River. The owner is the founder of Coach-Net.com
Stayed while Genset being repaired at Cummins. Friendly staff. Approximately 7.5 miles to Centre City. Long pull-throughs (80') with good 50 amps. Sites not level, but that is why jacks are good to have. Paved entrance & interior road with gravel sites. Grass on both sides. Formerly family farm. We would stay here again. Not fancy, but comfortable.
New owners this spring who are making great improvements. Told us goal is to have 50 amp in every site by next year. Owners on site and very active all day. We used this as base for touring of the area. Good view of the ocean from the front window. Lobster season opens in a few days and fresh lobster available dockside which is a couple of blocks away. Would return to this campground.
What a delight to find in the center of the most picturesque city in Nova Scotia. Not fancy but more than adequate. I would give it a 10 but for not having 50 amp. They have 22 electric, water, sewer sites. Odd # sites 14-22 are best for big rigs as the electric pedestals are shared and the even #'s have the electric on the passenger side. We had site #22 but fortunately had a extra cord that made it around the RV. Run by the city, the office is in the Visitor Information Center (in Canada known as VIC on the maps and signs) The staff is more than friendly and helpful. Only 30 miles to Halifax and plenty to see around here. Would stay here again without question.
We had one of the prettiest views we have stayed at over looking the Bay of Fundy. Booked a month ago over the phone for one night but planned to stay a week. The rate quoted was $96.50 for an oversized Ocean Front site. When we got here our bill for the first night was $127.00 including recycling fee, reservation fee and sales tax plus they wanted $8.00 hour for early check-in. (I ran down the owner on the property and he waived the $20.00 early check-in fee). This could be a great campground if they did not ring the cash register on guests so much. I would rank the place a 9 or 10 if they did not try to take advantage because it has a great view and a quiet location. They have a fresh fish market next to the harbor selling live lobsters, haddock and fresh scallops. Scallops were great for dinner.
One of the best values we have encountered in campgrounds and we travel 25,000 miles per year. Great views, great facilities, great Wi-Fi, great price, great people running the park. We checked into Oceanview site #11 for a few days and extended to stay 10 days. Others mentioned lack of 50 amp but sites 11-16 all have 50 amp. The village of Saint Andrews is neat with tourist shopping and restaurants overlooking the harbor. The Clam Digger, out on Hwy 127 towards Saint Johns 2.5 miles from town was our lunch favorite (6 out of 10 days). Lobster Rolls, Fried Clams, Fried Shrimp, Fried Scallops, Fish (Haddock) and Chips, Deep Fried mushrooms and more. We ate them all and they were all great. We will drive from Florida next year to spend 10 days again at the Oceanfront RV park.
Brand new KOA. Ribbon cutting is June 29th, 2011. Just a few miles south of downtown along the Missouri River. Brand new landscape with grass between the sites. Tree rows to protect the wind from the North, West and East sides of the campground. The manager is eager to help everyone get settled upon arriving. This is a nice park. Would stay here again.
Checked in for 1 night with a 45 footer and tow car, and stayed 3 nights. Good base camp for Medicine Hat area and only park in area with 50 amp and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi works great and owners on site are very friendly. Small golf course next door. Less than 2 miles from major shopping. We had Pizza Hut delivery and it came hot. We would stay here again.
Stayed 3 nights while touring area. Wi-Fi was excellent. Park is new with all streets currently being paved. Sites are packed gravel but understand they are planning on concrete pads. I was informed that Country Roads RV Park next door, is owned by the same individual. Would stay here again.
Planned to stay 1 day and stayed 3 days. New Manager's who are eager to please. Wi-Fi work great from Site 35 which was an 80' pull-through. Good location to visit Waterton Lakes National Park and the Milk River Region. Would stay again.
Exclusive for Class A Motorcoaches with panoramic views of Flathead Lake and the Mission Mountains. Owners of the adjacent KOA have developed this First Class park. We checked in for 2 nights and now plan to stay a week. Enjoyed day trips to some of Montana's most beautiful countryside and wilderness.
Friendly check-in, great Wi-Fi, cable & 50amp. Stayed overnight in 45' towing and no problem. New office and clubhouse very attractive and you can see evidence of numerous upgrades to the park. I would have given a 10 if it was paved but surprisingly the gravel was thick enough that did not get too much dust on coach and car. Both of our dogs were out 4 times and did not get one "goat head" as the person above stated. My golden even went off the property and came back clean. I think the above person had something wrong with her electrical system. We ran all night with 3 15,000 BTU AC's and the temp was over 90 degrees for 5 hours before sunset. Looking at the "in progress" improvements, this will be a neat park for a day or two stay in Southern Colorado.
Great owners and a great park. They own a first class restaurant in front of the park and we had great food (Lobster). Got us in at last moment when the highly touted by themselves RV park, Searsport Ocean Campground did not appeal to us in a Class A motorhome with the unkempt premises. We got to know the owners of the campground. Very well groomed. Would stay here again.
Watch Out! We paid a $200 deposit for a planned 4 day stay. The owner stated that I had to commit to a 7 day stay. Because we were driving from FL to Maine, I said OK. When we got to the park, it was not as promised: un-kept and seedy. We decided not to stay and went down the street to the other park. I told the owner that I was going to forfeit my deposit. She said no. She was going to charge my card for the full 7 days for a total of $495.00 plus. We were in a 45' big rig. Since being in the area, have heard nothing but bad things about the park. Would rate the place a negative 1 if available.
Walleye fishing on Lake of the Woods. We have been going to Tomahawk for 15+ years with our big rig. Fishing boats and guides available as well as modern cabins for non-campers. Family owned with 3rd generation now involved. Shore lunch of fresh walleyes cooked by the fishing guide is a special treat. Will continue to try to make it an annual event.