pndtraveler

No Avatar
  • Review Count 7
  • States Reviewed 4
  • Helpful Reviews 0

User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

If you are traveling north on the 1-91 you will see the trees and RV's a little before you get there, slow down and watch for the sign in the middle of the group of trees. Gravel roads and sites. Very spacious site spacing with trees, picnic table and fire ring. Wonderful views and openness. Very friendly staff. We only spent one night here, but would come back to spend more time just enjoying the area. Verizon 4G came in and out as the signal is weak in the site where we were. We could get one or two bars max and sometimes only 3G or 1x.

Date of Stay:

As mentioned, the city grew out to surround the park. There are lots of large shade trees which makes if a bit difficult to aim your satellite dish. The owner will ask you what provider you have and recommend which sites will work for your satellite. Owner is also very knowledgeable of the surrounding areas and is a great source of information on what to see/do in the area. Very friendly. All sites have grass a picnic table are roomy and relatively level. We extended our stay there because the atmosphere is so nice. You will get some road noise, but it's quiet at night. Verizon 4G LTE works great. We will stay here again.

Date of Stay:

We stayed here for 6 nights on Passport America rates. Nice level gravel spaces with full hook ups. Did not use the WiFi. Had the free waffle one day and it was quite good. It's best if you take it back to your RV to eat. Very friendly park owner that knows the area and will direct you to various sights to see. Laundry room was very clean and in February 2015 they added a set of large capacity commercial machines. Verizon signal is good and 4G. You will get the rumbling of the freight trains but they are at least a half mile away. Not bad at all. We would stay here again.

Date of Stay:

The rate cited is the Passport America rate. Each site has a shade tree, some grass, a BBQ, and picnic table (which is on a concrete slab). The roads and site are gravel. Some spaces are hard to level your RV depending on the type. If you are in a motorhome, spaces 11-18 & 29-40 are much better and you will also get good afternoon shade. The worst ones are 19 through 28 but are well suited to trailers as you can more easily raise the front of your rig. The hookups also work better in those spots for trailers. Wi-Fi is very good and so is Verizon cell and 3/4G data service. The water comes from the river and is very good, not hard at all. We would stay here again.

Date of Stay:

Rate reflects the weekly rate. Campground is mostly gravel and dirt and the spaces are pretty level. Picnic table and a fire ring are at each site. Wi-Fi is available for free, but is weak in the spaces furthest from the office. It was OK for our use, but not for streaming movies etc. Little to no Verizon data service. Overall the campground is in very good condition. Very friendly owner is also quite knowledgeable of the surrounding areas for both tourist stuff and off-road info. Very quiet and peaceful atmosphere. The Bluff Fort visitor center and museum is excellent and a must see when you are in the area. We would stay here again.

Date of Stay:

We stayed in a section without trees, but had 50 amp service. These spots had been redone in the last 5 years by removing every other camp space so the spaces were spacious. The sites are gravel and some are not level. Good Wi-Fi, and there's a picnic table at each site. Verizon 3G and 4G very good. Very friendly owners. Little to no traffic noise as the speed limit on the frontage road at that point is 35 MPH. We will definitely stay here again.

Date of Stay:

We were disappointed at first. We had reservations that we made in February for 16 days and when we got here they told us that our reservation was inadvertently canceled in March by a trainee that's no longer there. The owners were as upset as we were and wanted to make things right. They put us up in their dry camping area for a couple of days, at no charge, until a long term person moved out early and they put us there. The camp sites are tight, were built years before slideouts existed and have shared hookups. The entire park is dirt with some gravel and can be a bit dusty when the wind blows. Weak Wi-Fi if you are not close to the bathroom/laundry building. Nice views and an overall pleasant atmosphere with a creek running next to it. Lots of shade trees. If you don't mind close quarters you won't find a better deal in town and this is a good place to stay. The park name has changed and it is now Pack Creek Campground and RV Park. The new owners are spending a lot of time and money making improvements to all of the facility.