This RV park overlooks the mountains with great views. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Good gift shop. The sites are level, and large enough for all rigs. Very close to town and the northern entrance into Yellowstone National Park.
The location is great, you are inside of the Grand Teton National Park. The sites are not very level, and for a big rig can be hard to get into the site due to trees, and other obstacles. However, animal viewing is good, and the location cannot be beat for the national park. One of only a few RV parks inside of a national park offering 50 amp service, and larger rig accessible.
We stayed there for the special 3 night stay with a tour of the facility and boat ride included. The place is new, clean, and well maintained. There are many and different activities available, and the rentals are always invited. The sites are spacious, with good electrical, water, and sewer connections. The sites all have paved patio. Many also have pavers for the camper; although, some are grass. Excellent place to stay, and would also be good place to own.
We were here over the holiday weekend, and the rate may reflect that. In one word the campground is beautiful. Everything is new and clean. The management is friendly and informative. The people staying at the resort, whether owners or renters are very friendly, and want to include everyone in the activities. Beautiful fishing pier. This campground is close to Sarasota, Venice, and Punta Corda. We would not hesitate about returning.
This park is only 4 miles outside of Custer, SD. The temperature here is usually 10 degrees cooler than Rapid City, SD, a welcome relief for this summer. The camp has easy entry even for the largest of motorhomes. The sites are large, and can accommodate your rig and towed vehicle. The services are excellent. The owners are knowledgable about the area and want to help.
The campground has amazing views of the valley below. The owners are on premise, and care about your experience while in Asheville. There are hiking trials attached to the campground. The trip up the mountain to the campground is steep. However it certainly is worth the trip. We did make it up the mountain with a Big Rig towing a large SUV. If you are in Asheville I recommend this campground. We will return on our next trip to the area.
Best location for visiting Rocky Mountain National Park if you are not staying in the park. The front office seemed very hassled during our visit. They were having problems with the Wi-Fi and were very tired of answering questions. The sites are large enough for any rig. While the parking area is fairly level, the sides of the sites slope very badly, almost dangerous to walk on after dark. Easy in and out for any size rig.
This is a family owned and run campground. They are very friendly and helpful. The campground is small, and slightly difficult to find. However, once there it is easy to navigate around to your site. You are escorted to the site. The sites are gravel but fairly level. The campground is very near attractions and shopping. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground is only 2 miles north of Durango. We had a pull through sight that allowed us to actually enter without unhooking. Very friendly staff in office. You can choose wide open or shaded sites. We will definitely return in the future.
This is one of the best campgrounds we have visited. The sites for the most part were level. The sites are large with many being able to accommodate 45' rigs. The office staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. The park has left many trees which add to the beauty, but may make satellite reception difficult, but not impossible. What makes this campground rate a "10" is the lake and the views. We will be back and rent a boat from the marina to explore this lake.
Campground was clean with good facilities. They allow multiple vehicles beyond one camper and additional vehicle at a site. This makes entry and exit very difficult at times. Even though we had pull through site, had to back out because of extra vehicles in front where we needed to turn when exiting site from the front. Very friendly office staff, and helpful whenever asked questions. We would return next time in the area. Be careful when driving in park since many children on bikes present during all hours.
Excellent campground. The views are beautiful. This is an ownership campground; however, never was bothered by any sales people. Steep hilly campground, but sites are level and easy to get into even with 45' motorhome. We will be back. The only warning is roads in area very steep and windy. Please do not use Route 62 to get here from west.
Very cooperative people. They lead you to your site. Then you unhook since entry way is short. Roads are narrow but passable. Breakfast (pancakes) is included. Our pull-through site was long enough for our 45' rig and pick-up truck. We actually hooked up prior to leaving site. While it is true that campground is close to some adult stores, they are far enough away not to intrude. Over-all a very positive experience.
This is now a KOA. They are trying to update many of the facilities. The grounds are being cleaned. We were told they could accommodate a 45' rig without difficulty. The site was great with clear view of the bay. However it could not fit our rig and toad. Since they were not full no problem. If full we would have had to park our toad far away from site. Site also sloped significantly in the front. Could get satellite reception. The wind was high so chose not to use Datastorm. If necessary then would worry about general windy conditions being almost constant here on the island. Overall would definitely return.
This is one of the best campgrounds that we have visited. the sites are large and have easy access. Cable is included. the bathrooms were spotless. The owners go out of their way to meet any reasonable request of a guest. I would recommend this campground for anyone who wants to explore the Texas Hill area.
Park is clean. Big rig access is very limited. Narrow streets with trees at corners can make this very difficult. The sites at long enough for a large coach, but the toad will take up all of the room. With almost everyone having either a toad, or towing car the ability to get into or out of a spot very difficult. Also the animal policy is very unusual for a camp ground. No dog over 35 lb is allowed. Then the animals feet cannot touch the ground until reaching the small dog walk. If you even allow the dog to be on the ground while you close the door to the RV, someone will yell at you. They openly state that their goal in 2 years is not to allow any dogs in the park.
Very cooperative staff. Even during very busy time ballooning in Albuquerque, NM they found space for us on very short notice. Spaces very easy for 45' motorhome. Grounds are typical for area. Not very manicured, but normal for NM. We definitely would stay here again.
Extreme danger for breakins into coach. Coach broken into during the daytime between 10 AM and 3 PM. Police opinion highly professional thiefs. RV park next to questionable community with outstanding warrants. RV park owner owns that community as well as the RV park. RV park owner very indifferent about the breakin. No fence between the community and the RV park. Many items stolen from the coach.