Sites were very large, however, there were a lot of ant hills to deal with throughout the sites but that is pretty common in central Florida. The WiFi was $5/day but the service was sporadic. The office staff said that the problem was with the provider, they kindly refunded our money. When it was working it was very fast. Nice quiet place for a stopover, not many amenities. There was a good number of long term residents in this park.
Very quiet, well maintained RV park. There are only a few sites available for overnight stays. Most of the Park has long term snowbird residents,many sites have "Park Models" on them. Most of them are newer and the residents are mostly retired. The park offers free WiFi. Their location is within the city limits and is exactly 3 miles away from the quaint downtown. Also, the park is located on Lake Saunders and they have there own boat launch which is free to use. Generally, we would avoid places that look like mobile home communities, I'm glad we didn't this time.
Great place to stay for adults and children. Only 1/2 mile to the Poudre River Trail which is an off road walking, biking trail that takes you thru Fort Collins. The Park is also close to Lory State Park (10 minute drive). In addition, they have a great self serve ice cream sundae bar! Note, the entrance sign to the park is very small.
Campground was clean with large sites. Lots of trees and birds. The State Park itself was large with lots to do. Good roads for biking. Great trails for running or walking. River access for boating or fishing. Olympic-sized pool with waterslide and diving boards offer a great way to cool off and fun for kids of all ages. Close to historical town of New Harmony which is worth a visit.
Passport America campground. Three miles to Mammoth Cave N.P. entrance and about 10 minutes away from the visitor center. Owned and manged by a very sweet elderly couple. Not much to look at from the road, old signs, dirt road, but the sites look over a pastoral field. Set back from the road so it's very quiet. Has a small stocked pond and a small pool with basketball hoop - great for kids, too small for adults. It's no 5 star resort but for $16 and full hook-ups this close to the National Park, it's a deal.
Beautiful campground, nice camphosts, very quiet. This is big park along the Ohio river and Otter Creek. Kids can play and go tubing in the creek. Stayed here while visiting Louisville. Only about 35 minutes from downtown.
Despite being surrounded by trains and freeway overpasses, the noise level was pretty low. Great view of the "Arch" from the campground. Very convenient location for sightseeing. The local train has a stop right next to the RV Park, takes you over the river and right to the Arch in downtown St. Louis. My 30' motorhome didn't fit into the first spot they gave me, second space was marginally better. Most RV's are hanging over their spaces into the interior roads. Young trees between all sites that will someday provide nice shade, until then, the asphalt roads and sites will be scorching hot in the summer sun as they were during our stay.
Campground is well maintained and the new owners were friendly and helpful. Offers Free WiFi. Long level pull-thrus. Unfortunately for anyone trying to sleep, it is sandwiched between I-70 and a freight train line. If you're a light sleeper, it's not the place for you. If it wasn't for the noise I would rate it a 9.
Has the biggest pull thru sites I have ever seen, no RV too big for this campground. Sites were in great condition. Highly recommend visiting the museum which shares the history of the area. It's in the park, walking distance from the campsites. No charge, donations only. Trails are beautiful but unbearably hot and buggy since we visited in the summer. We brought kayaks and paddled the Silver River, it is crystal clear and you will see the occasional alligator and many different birds.
Prior to visiting I had read the previous reviews. I took notice of the electric, we had no voltage problems under load. It appears the campground has upgraded many hook-ups and is still in the process. Some of the sites in our loop, plus an entire section were closed. They were all getting new electric, and more pull through sites were being developed. It is a beautiful place and I would recommend a stop. Many of the sites can handle big RV's as well. Only 2 miles from I-75, but quiet and picturesque.
Most sites are waterfront and backup to Estero Bay. Beautiful views from almost all sites. Some sites are small, so call ahead if you have a big rig. Appears that they are making improvements throughout campground. All sites have concrete patio with picnic table. Roads were in bad shape with many potholes. Can walk to restaurants and the beach is only 1 mile away. It's a nice walk or bike ride especially since traffic gets very heavy going to the beach. Some sites are close to the road, but our site was far from the road and very quiet. Also, they offer free WiFi and boat ramp.
Location is convenient to downtown Ft. Lauderdale and the beaches, both are about a 15 minute drive. Ft. Lauderdale International Airport is very close, depending upon which runways are being used (because of wind direction), planes may fly directly over the campground during their final approach to land. The noise from the jet engines is incredibly loud. Campground sites are not well maintained, pay the extra money to be on a "river site", the views are worth the extra money. Pool and Jacuzzi are clean and well maintained. Appears that very little is being re-invested to the upkeep of the campground but the location on the river is ideal as long as the planes aren't flying overhead.