Date of Stay: June, 2016
As the previous reviewers said, the camp is clean and woodsy. Our problems stem from the fact that this campground is not big rig friendly. The main roads are too narrow and the sites are not situated to allow easy access to 52 foot sites (our coach is 42'). Also, the adjacent sites had dogs that ran loose, barked incessantly, and were quieted occasionally by their owners yelling louder than the dogs were barking. If you go in early June the mosquitoes are terrible. We have tried this park twice now and we won't be back.
Date of Stay: November, 2015
We did a one night stopover on our way from Houston to Tucson. Very tidy campground with plenty of space between sites. Our site had a nice covered patio. The river makes an interesting walk with lots of birds. WiFi was pretty good but wireless was 1X on Verizon. We would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
I probably could have given this park a higher rating but they put us in site C2 for one night. It would be OK if we were in a travel trailer or small motorhome but we drive a 42' coach with 3 slides. I parked the passenger side tires on the edge of the gravel and only had about 8" between our slide and the trailer on C1. All of the pull-throughs are side by side hookups. All but C1/C2 have about 6 ft of grass separating the units on the hookup side. C1/C2 has zero clearance so if your unit lines up with the hookup post you are zero clearance from the other unit. So if you are driving a big coach and they tell you they are going to put you in C1 or C2, go elsewhere.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
I would give this park a better rating except that I am sitting here listening to loud music from the campers across the street who not only play their hip-hop loud but also have disco lights emanating from their stereo. The site is difficult to level with air only leveling as it is not level front to back. We are on site G11 and if your sat dish is in the rear of your coach you will get satellite but if it is in the front you won't. Also, trust your GPS when you tell it to skip gravel roads. If you follow the campground signs you get 2 miles of rough gravel roads. So if you don't mind an out of level, party campground, you will enjoy it here.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
If you are an experienced RV'er looking for great place to stay, this is it. The sites are huge and level. The sites and areas around the sites are immaculately maintained. The owners enforce the rules to keep the park nice and safe. If you are looking for activities they have them on the weekends. We are usually looking for a peaceful campground with access to local sights and shopping and this is wonderful for that. We used to stay at a fancy RV resort near Acme but his campground is quieter and way less expensive. If you are visiting the Traverse City area I would highly recommend it.
Date of Stay: June, 2006
If this park was anywhere but 2 miles from Bryce it would be empty. The sites are laid out strange, out of level in many cases, and mostly dirt. The dust is terrible and no one has cut the weeds. To stay 7 days we had to stay in 2 sites. We asked for a site with no trees and they put us in a site with nothing but trees. When we went to the office to get a new site they said "What Trees?". The help is mostly work campers and I don't think they've ever been in the park. I won't stay here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2005
This is a well kept park with awesome views of the Pioneer mountains. Nice big pull thrus , wide access roads, and great satellite signal. Easy-on/Easy-off but no freeway or train noise. Good water pressure and voltage.