We stayed two nights to visit the Kentucky Horse Park. Great location. Nice owners. No shade but no shade. Nice view. The WiFi was very poor but all in all a great location for the blue grass area of Kentucky. We would stay here again.
We only stay here 1 night and it was okay. You had to pay for Wi-Fi -so we didn't bother. It was a Monday night so the campground was pretty empty. They have a lake with ducks and geese, nice. Six foot high corn field to one side was also nice atmosphere. Quite difficult to navigate out with a large motorhome and tow, but all in all a good stop for 1 night.
The location was wonderful for the beautiful Erie Grape Country. This is a typical KOA, okay but overpriced. We stayed 2 days with the KOA 10% discount. Very near the NY Thruway so quite noisy. It didn't really bother us as we camped in a motorhome. The state park down Rt 5 is beautiful and a better option but they have no sewer hook-ups.
This is a large campground with many nice seasonal sites. Best price near Niagra Falls. Interesting enterance with very tall, impressive trees with a narrow road. Easy to drive one way at a time. When we arrived the owner tried to give us a back in although I specifically requested a pull thru in the phone reservation with deposit. After some discussion we did get our pull thru and it was fine. If you travel with dogs as we do and are planning long days in Niagara there is an excellent and reasonable kennel 3 miles away in Gasport. We came from the East and took Exit 48A based on park directions. We left on Exit 49 which would have been a better entry route as well. We stayed 2 night with Passport America.
This is fairly large park with a number of seasonal sight. We were at the top of the park with a wonderful view of the mountains. We did not have sewer hook-up while some sites do but used the dump station when we left. Washington County New York is beautiful but BEWARE if you are driving a big rig (38' Motorhome & tow) because many of the two lane roads are quite curvy but MOST IMPORTANT there are many one lane roads and LOW BRIDGES. We scouting the area thoroughly to find the best route to reach the New York Thruway going west. One positive review, try the Burger Barn at the bottom of the hill on the Cambridge road. Doesn't look too impressive but the food is splendid. We stayed 2 nights with Passport America.
Great host, very accommodating. Very charming campground with MANY TREES. Unfortunately, it is EXTREMELY hard for a big rig! Was promised a pull through for our 38' motorhome with tow when made the reservation in mid May. When we arrived the host explained that there are only SMALL pull-throughs. So, we squeezed into a site were we could barely open the slides. Exit with tow unhooked was very difficult. Wi-Fi worked fine. Over the air TV reception was very good. Location is only 3 miles from Freeport Village & L.L. Bean. Wonderful location for southern and central Maine. Again, hosts were great and park is very nice, but if you are driving a big rig, beware!
This is a terrific small campground with the very nicest hosts possible! We stayed here a week while we toured the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Terrific location! Spotless facilities! Cable was terrific but the WiFi was very spotty; however, each time we mentioned it the hosts were right on that problem is the Internet provider. We camped for a week and 4 days were Passport America. The other 3 days were with the Good Sam discount so really a great deal. We will return.
This is a old, but nice campground. Many seasonal campers who take great pride in their sites. Permanent decks, flower gardens. Great location across the road from Worden Pond with a small beach. Three miles from South Kingstown and Charlestown Beaches, so location is optimal. Not very many RV parks in RI and they fill up fast in the short summer season. No sewer hook-ups became inconvenient by the end of the week. There is a dump station that we used as we left. Wi-Fi worked fine. Terrible over the air TV reception. Owner is very hospitable. We probably would camp here again because of location.
This is a terrific location right across the Arkansas River from downtown Little Rock right under the walking bridge to the President William Jefferson Clinton Library. We only stayed one night but would like to return, great view. All hook-ups worked well. We did not bother with internet since. We used our phones for e-mail. While there was no shade, all sights were level and the view more than made up for the lack of shade. The park was very easy to get to and even though it was quite close to the I 40 bridge is was very quiet. Anytime we are in Little Rock area we will stay here.
Beautiful state park! Nice gravel sites. All hook-ups worked fine. TV reception good. A little far from I-40 when going East from Nashville, but not a problem. Realized only 8 miles from Lebanon and I-40 as we headed towards Knoxville. We only stayed 1 night as we were traveling to D.C. We would return and use the Lebanon Exit if we do.