Camped in a field. Sites fairly close together. Enough access for a large 5th wheel. Reasonably quiet. Washrooms and showers not very clean. Splash pad and playground for the kids to use next door. Only used this campground because we had to. It was a short stop over for our trip. I would not return to this park. Close to a Wal-Mart and drugstore. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
A perfect place for an overnight before crossing the border back to the US. Sites are long enough to not require unhooking, and reasonably level. Good 50 amp service, and good Wifi. My only complaint is the fact that you pick a site, and then walk up to the office at the motel to register. I'm too out of shape to do much of that, but that's my problem, not theirs. If we are ever back in this area we would come back in an instant, crossing the border in either direction. I would have given them a higher rating but I'm sure it isn't a 10, and for most folks, it doesn't offer enough amenities to rate it a 9. As I said, it's a perfect place for an overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This would have gotten a much better rating had the Passport America rate been accepted as advertised. We arrived during the week. The gentleman behind the desk said he wasn't accepting PPA at the moment due to "heavy booking." About 1/2 the sites were available and there was nothing going on. A very quiet place not too far off the highway. Our site was a level a pull-through on gravel with good water pressure and good 50 amp electric. WiFi worked well. We found the $33.90 fee objectionable, however, and left after one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for one night as a quick stop over. They were very accommodating and we were able to have face-to-face site with our travel companions which was very convenient. Free firewood and with such a small campground there was one campfire which all attended which was very nice to get to meet other campers and share stories. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great little campground for an overnight stop or maybe a day or two. Close to town and shopping and right on the St John river. I marked it down because there is nothing for children other than the river and it isn't very attractive. They accept Passport America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The camping area that we were assigned was literally a paved parking area with a bit of gravel over some of it. We have stayed in other Jellystone parks before and this does not compare. There were announcements over a loud speaker every half an hour or so and there were additional charges for the kids activities (pool, mini golf, etc.) We were looking for a campground close to the border but we will not stay here again. I compare it to camping in a crowded mall parking lot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground was well managed with friendly staff. It would be excellent for children with all the activities offered including water slides, pool and playgrounds. The washrooms were immaculate with large showers that were free. The Wi-Fi worked perfectly. There was lots of green space to walk the dog. There were many small cabins for rent as well. It was not a busy time when we were there. The one difficult part was to level the trailer on the upper level because of the slope. We received a CAA discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was the worst site for a motorhome. The slope was so bad that we could not get the motor home level even with extra wood supports. After more than an hour of trying we gave up and left the slides in. Glad we were only here for a night We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent FAMILY park. We have a five year old and this was her park. Water slides, activities, Yogi, lot's of fun kids stuff to due. Would definitely go back. Sites in new area on top of hill very nice, but of a slope but step chocks are available, also some noise from the highway. Very clean washrooms and OK WI-FI signal. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is oriented toward family entertainment and is the beautiful St. John's River valley. The sites are fairly bare-bones with no sewer hookups, only a dump station. With that said, they have a wealth of amusements for families. With a swimming pool, playgrounds, hayrides, miniature golf, volleyball, basketball, water slides, etc., there's probably something here for families with small children. All of the staff was very helpful and the sites were all spotless. Since there were just the two of us camping on our way to Quebec this made a good stopover spot but not much in the scenic beauty department. We camped here in a Motorhome.