User Map


Photos

Reviews

Date of Stay:

CG stretched out along broad tailwater strong outflow of Douglas high dam from power house. Beautiful views. Paved cg road. CG sites packed gravel of some good size but most are variably unlevel many needing lots of leveling. Sites of variable shape and orientations. Some stream side, and others on hill side. Bath house is new, modern and very clean with hot shower. Host were nice. TVA has a rule that motorhomes and trailers most face away from stream side, apparently in case of heavy water release flooding vehicles could more quickly get out of cg. There are some tent sites. Small playground. Entry road leads up to dam with walkways. Nice views.

Date of Stay:

A TVA campground run by Recreation Resource management so rates were $27 with American the beautiful $7 discount. Located in a steep gorge downstream from Wilbur (? name) dam runoff with gorgeous ~10 story high heavily forested and rocky cliffs on the opposite site of the stream, and cg stretched out at base of smaller more sloped hill. Bathhouse new, beautifully constructed and extremely clean with hot shower. Paved road with wide wooden beam outline sites mostly level with compacted gravel and EW. Dump at cg entrance. Hosts very pleasant and helpful. Well mowed grass about sites and along stream. Fishing in the stream by shoreline and boats. No playgrounds. Tents not allowed due to bear problems. A very pleasant get away campground.

Date of Stay:

A mixed bag! The larger Fontainebleau park is nice with beautiful picturesque live oaks, lots of hiking/biking, a board walk partly being rebuilt in the lovely marsh. A large rally/picnic area with a large beautiful brick bathhouse with long brick covered pavilions on either side, and a long concrete paved pier with a covered pavilion at the end into Lake Pontchartrain with the I-10 bridge visible far out in the lake. All lovely and well maintained. But the campground is a very mixed bag. The so called old CG is actually better with many paved back ins, and long pull-throughs further from the road, but closer to the road are very close together back-ins. Levelness varies. The main bath house was clean. The peripheral sites are widely spaced and very nice. The so called new CG has a central area of mostly back ins closely packed many with unlevel, badly deteriorating, asphalt sites with mainly dirt between. A further "unimproved " section further without W E has actually much nicer paved sites with nice grass between. A less nice wooded unimproved area is across the main CG road. There is a dump at both the new and old CG. Cost was $25 plus an obligory $6 transaction fee for $31 plus tax. The new CG really needs improvement.

Date of Stay:

Very nice, clean park in a swamp land environment in rainy weather with paved asphalt good roads and sites. Sites for RVs long but narrow, and elevated a few feet above the surrounding ground, some sites a little unlevel length wise. Many with a large wood patio, a few gravel, some no patio. A very nice clean modern bathhouse elevated on piles, with a sign on the side at the level of a flood in 2016 up to the level of the buildings elevated floor. 30 RV sites with 12,30, 50 amp and water at the back of the long sites. Lots of tall pine and deciduous trees. The 20 tent sites are in more flood prone ground with a paved section for a car, a bordered sand filled large tent area, and water only. The day we were here it had been raining and the tent sites were just feet from standing water. There is a well designed dump station close to the bathhouse. The large nature center is closed on Sunday and Monday, with a board walk looping through the swamp in the back. Trails and playground didn't get to see. The RV fee is $20 with a obligatory $6 "transaction fee" even without a reservation so $26 plus tax.

Date of Stay:

Huge nice COE CG 155 sites, mostly back in, some looped pullthroughs. Most level but some need leveling. CG is by the Cordell Hull lake with some sites lake side, but rest in loops on a low hill. The lake side sites are on a slant so each has a good full view of the lake. The is a large sandy swimming area. Lots of trees, and the ground is grassed and well mowed; park like. Three play grounds and four bath houses with hot showers. There is a nearby marina and a short hiking trail by the lake in a wooded area with lake side benches. A great CG for biking. It is one of nicest COE I have stayed in.

Date of Stay:

Huge COE cg on Rend Lake with loads of trees with park like grass understory but some wooded areas. Multiple loops in the CG some with small toilet/sinks buildings, and the larger bathhouses in the larger loops have showers. Roads and sites paved but most of the sites were just paved to conform to the shape of the sloping terrain and are unlevel needing lots of leveling effort. Biking is great with the paved roads and concrete bike paths. It is a beautiful spacious park.

Date of Stay:

Stayed at the Wakonda lake CG which is a wide ovoid loop by a lake with a paved road and gravel site but with a large concrete pad. Electric, water and sewer. Small bathhouse that I didn't go in. Few large trees. Sites well separated. Nearby sand/gravel operation with minimal noise. The park formally was a large government sand and gravel quarry that was repurposed as a park and is well wooded with multiple lakes,boat put ins, kayaks, playground. The other larger Boulder Lake CG we drove through and is well treed, but the sites were small and short and mostly very unlevel; certainly not motorhome friendly. The CGs just cover a small area of the Wakonda State Park which is very wooded with marsh, sand prairies and trails. Good job Missouri.

Date of Stay:

Clean well kept grounds, widely spaced sites with many large trees and grass. Long back-ins to graveled mostly level site pads with 50/30/15 amps, but no water. Well designed dump at cg entrance and separate potable water access. Pleasant host at entry office. Bath house with individual rooms with toilet, sink, and shower with hot water. About 1/3 of sites have lake water/beach view/access. CG roads good tarmac. A graveled path leads to near by marina. A beautiful CG and thanks to the Corp of Engineers.

Date of Stay:

CG SE of Hillsboro beyond the airport, (look at google map) and some sites, no trees, located by the lake, and most on top of a hill with many areas well treed. Large bathhouse that was clean, but posted note stating long time to get hot water. I never got hot water for a morning shower. Several small toilet/sink only huts. Several sewer dumps and drinking water located by the CG entrance. Tarmac roads and sites, but 90 degree back in sites narrow and short. Some pull throughs with unusual 90 degree in and outs with a horizontal section joining the two entries to the CG road. (Think of a table.) Some good views of the lake along a circular CG section where I was. Nice camp store. Well mowed grassy grounds. Nice.

     

Dayton KOA

Brookville, Ohio

Date of Stay:

Large CG about 8 miles west of Dayton with easy entry on paved CG roads, but further in CG gravel roads. Pull through sites for Class A MHs closer to the camp store mostly without shade and many not quite level, but many trees shading further in back in mostly level graveled sites. Sites have long concrete pads by the graved, but narrow RV pads. The CG roads and sites are in curved twisted arrangements, and it is easy to get confused where you are, but CG map and well marked site numbers help. Very clean Bathhouses with like new facilities. Unable to get WiFi reception at my site. Lots of kid activities about; for a price. Two lakes with walking path. Pricy for two overnights just to sleep while on business in Dayton. Only CG nearby Dayton except even further east of Dayton state parks.

Date of Stay:

Oliver Lee State Park is about 9 miles southwest of Alamogordo on US 54, then 4 miles east up Dog Canyon road up a long ascending slope to the base of the abrupt cliff faces of the Sacramento Mountains where the narrow Dog Canyon exits the mountain. There are two loops with electricity on 14 loop A sites and 4 on loop B according to the CG map. Some sites have shelters. Roads are paved, sites gravel and most not level. I lucked out to get site 25 which had previously been a host site so had sewer as well and was level. There is a dump station near the entrance. Gorgeous views of Tularosa valley and the mountain cliffs. All sorts of interesting dessert plants abound, some in bloom. Small visitor center with nice historical exhibits some featuring "Frenchy" a French immigrant who solo build long still existing rock walls by and up the steep canyon slopes to fence his livestock and an orchard, and Oliver Lee, rancher. A quiet beautiful place worth a stay. Just wish more level sites for all.

Date of Stay:

One of the best KOAs we've stayed at. Very friendly helpful staff. Gravel roads and level sites mostly with adequate gravel except at entry turn areas of heavy wear. Sites fairly close but with nice paved patio with a separate grass area curb side of the RV. Bathrooms large and very clean with hot water. Nice store and large laundry. A separate dump at the back corner was tight to close up to. Sites variable as to having 30 amp electricity only, while others have 30/50 amp, and whether all had site sewer I don't know. Four nice grassy tent sites. Small playground.

Date of Stay:

Elk Creek Campground is part of the Curecanti National Recreation Area, and is at the eastern end of the large long and beautiful Blue Mesa Reservoir. The campground is on a long slope ending at the lake some half mile off, and has 4 loops with some 128 sites according to the campground handout map. Loops A and D accept reservations. D loop has electricity. The roads are paved and D has paved sites; didn't go into the other loops. Two bathhouses in D. The D sites vary in levelness and there were 6 pull-throughs out of 28 sites. The area is typical semiarid scrub with long visas. Dump station at the entrance with a nearby water fill. We had senior passes so $9/night. Our campground hosts were very nice and enjoyable.

Date of Stay:

Bottomless Lakes SP is about 10 miles east of Roswell, and then south along about 7 miles of paved roads, one at the base of a long abrupt ridge, and the better road on top of the ridge. At the base of the ridge there are 7 pothole lakes. Lea lake is the second largest and is the most southern where the CG is located. The lake is beautiful and the eastern cliffs rugged and impressive. By Lea lake there is a large semicircular pavilion/bath house and a large day area which during our stay was filled with some sort of a RV group rally. The campground is level with 2 loops well graveled with a shelter at each. 26 electric/water, 6 sites electric/water/sewer, and 3 no hookups. Two bathhouse, very clean with hot water. One dump. We had no bugs. It was a quiet pretty stay overnighter for us. Would stay there again.

Date of Stay:

This is a Bureau of Land Management campground about 2 miles north of Fort Stanton, NM. It is on the east side of the 220 road on a beautiful plain with far mountain views. It is a large well graveled area with about 9 ill defined sites with a shared water/30amp post. Behind the graveled area is a looped road with a few water only posts for about 19 total "sites". This area can be used for groups. The CG is good for visiting Ft. Stanton and for horse riding into the countryside. There is an attendant who has a fenced in site for his RV. Camping is free but hooking up on water and electricity are each $5, but half with the Senior Pass.