Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $34.00
Decent access from I-70. CG is well kept with transient spaces in front with seasonal/permanent in the back by the large pond/small lake. Long term sites are not cluttered or trash and some are downright fancy. A very good place for overnight stopover. Fuel right at the exit. Staff is friendly. Dogs are welcome, but there is no "dog area". We would stay here again. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $34.00
Older, has been a KOA. Pull throughs are close, back ins are more roomy. Mostly seasonals and permanents with a dozen sites for transients. Sites are gravel/dirt with hookups placed oddly forward in the site. So you will need long electrical cord and water hose. OK campground for a 1 night layover. Next to I 70 but far enough away that traffic noise wasn't that loud. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Lots of seasonal folks parked here but all of their sites were well kept including large lawns and some with flags. In no way did the seasonal spots detract from the park. They have a large stocked pond with several docks to swim from. They also have two large covered areas for large gatherings. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Near I-70, but because it is tucked in a small valley it is very quiet. There are many seasonal residents, but they really keep their sites up well. There are some seasonal workers, but they are away from the day campers, and the older seasonal folks. The staff is helpful, and the owners are pleasant people. The site we were assigned was a bit tight when backing in due to a car parked in front of the site across the street. It just took a bit more time to get in there and get straight. They have a nice big lake, a pool, and some nice cabins on the side of a hill near the lake. There was a crew that was working on enhancements. The spot next to me was reserved by a local resident who's daughter wanted to bring her friends here for her birthday. Locals coming to stay the weekend - I thinks it speaks well for the property. We will stay here again when in the region. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
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Cambridge is a good size town with plenty of restaurants and food stores.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $34.00
A lot of full-timers and seasonals. Muddy areas - they are trying to fill in with gravel. Pull-thru 50 Amp - ample space for slide outs. Wifi worked. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $27.00
Spent a week at this park to conduct family business. The sites are large enough for slide outs. There appears to be many permanent residents. Visitor sites are at the front of the park. The cable TV worked well. It is located close to the interstate with easy in and out. The only shortfall of the park is that the internal gravel roadway had numerous potholes. I would recommend this park if you are passing though the area. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $34.00
For a 43' foot fifth wheel trailer,this is an easily accessed park from I-70 (and close to I-77). The price charged seems reasonable for good electric service, decent water and good pressure. Sewer is the standard 4" connection. It appears that the utilities are located in the site primarily for motorhome use because they are "forward" in the site. If you prefer to park your truck at the front and leave the trailer towards the rear, you may need an extra cord and another section of both water and sewer hose. The Wi-Fi is excellent and we had good coverage from our AT&T phones. There was a very competent gal on duty both times we used the office and it also contained some very basic grocery and RV type of supplies. Our main negative opinion is about the roads. They have been paved at some point but are now in very rough shape with many chuck-holes. These were all full of water even though it had not rained here for a few days and did not rain during our 5 day stay. Apparently the soil is clay with poor drainage. It was fairly muddy in a lot of places. The park appears to be occupied by a lot of local workmen but it still was pretty quiet, we thought. Overall, a good campground. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $34.00
This is an older campground with lots of full time residents that look like they've been there a long time. Roads are rough with large traffic control bumps. When we set up, I found clothes and other items on the floor in the closet. Can't say they were friendly or unfriendly, they were present. Cable reception was good. Verizon hot spot did not work. We were only there one night and didn't use showers. Best thing it was close to I-70. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $34.00
We would give this park a favorable review and we will stay here again. If you are looking for an RV park with a lot of room for children to run and play, this is the place. They have a play area larger than some RV parks we have stayed at. I made the reservation over the phone and then read some of the reviews. Some of the negative reviews might have steered us away from staying here so I am glad we did not read the reviews first. We were pleasantly surprised and the stay was just fine. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $30.00
The road was very rough and full of potholes. The sites have gravel and are semi level. The pool closed at 6pm everyday. The laundry room also closed at 6pm, no exceptions. The laundry and bath house were clean. The camp store employees were very nice. It rained while we were there and our site turned into a mud hole due to a lack of grass. A camp employee put a piece of plywood down in front of our door to help keep the mud out of theRV. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $36.00
This is a very large, reasonable campground south of Cambridge, dedicated to the outdoors. The park runs deep. It has sites in the front, closest to the interstate, occupied mostly by short termers. Farther back is the pool (very nice) and bathhouse (very outdated and worn out but clean) and a cluster of long term (probably seasonal) campers who seem quite friendly. Behind that area is a large pond for fishing (catch and release) and swimming and it is surrounded by campers on the ridges beneath the trees, probably long termers also. Picnic tables are around the campgrounds. The hosts are friendly and efficient and the campground has propane, Wi-Fi (pretty good) and cable. Cell signals are strong. The overnight sites are pretty level and long enough for any rig. The highway is several hundred yards away and not too noisy. We'd stay again. Cambridge has a few sights to visit but not much open on a Sunday. We camped at Spring Valley Campground in a Fifth Wheel.