A wonderful place in a most charming town. It is a full service campground with full hookups. We came for just a drive through and stayed for several days. Lots of history in the area along with many fine old homes. We were the only ones in the South Lot, easy to move our 40' in and then to back into the 50 amp service lots. The lot is on the west side of the road, opposite to the main buildings. We would certainly return. You can call, make the reservations and pay with credit card - no need to find the administration building to pay.
This is a great little campground located right along the Ohio river. From each site, a view of the river. Great electric and water hook-ups. It also has a boat ramp down to the river. The most difficult part of the campground is finding it. If coming from the west, it is just after passing the Sandy Springs rest area, there is a sign at the entrance to the park. Good idea to ask staff when making the reservation for exact address or GPS location. Well worth the stay, we would return.
Sadly, the sites are close together, typical of a KOA of 20 plus years ago. we were able to move our 40 ft in and out with care. The campground offers lots of things for family - pool, playground, etc. Lots of grassy space for pets, but also lots of trees - that plays havoc with satellite placement. A good place while in the area.
Located in the middle of Indianapolis, it provides a great location as a home base while visiting this great city. We parked along 42nd street on the north side of the fairgrounds under several large oak trees (spots 300-310)are in the shade. There are lots of activities at the fairgrounds, so there are always a number of people around, and 24 hr. security offer great peace of mind while in the campground. We stayed there for a week during the later part of May. Price quoted includes all taxes.
This is a basic parking space for a dozen or so campers. The owner met us at the park, made sure we were hooked up and settled in for the one night stay. Nothing special, but it is a good one night stop along I-40. Yes, there is a large truck parking lot beside the park, but on our stay while filled with trucks that was not a problem. We did eat breakfast at the Sawmill Cafe, it was OK. We would stay there again.
A wonderful, wooded campground in central Illinois. Offering access to their own lake, one could certainly fish, boat and enjoy the outdoors. Sites are good size, offer fire rings and tables. This seems to be a great site for a summer outing with family. There is a small store with immediate needs, but you are only a couple of miles from a Walmart, and lots of restaurants. We would certainly stay there again.
Now this is a great park. The price reflects a coupon received at a recent Good Sam Rally in Phoenix. Great sites, full service, restaurant on site. Of course if your home on wheels need service, you are just next door to a full service facility. If you have stayed at their location in FL, you know what to expect. The regular price is in the $30+ level. It is also a great place for a rally of an RV club or organization - space for meetings, etc. We shall stay there again.
This a wonderful place. They have added some sites in the open area that offer 50/30, sewer and water. The sites are wide and parking is on gravel/grass areas. There is a large area in the woods, that offer shade, electric and water (no sewer). The pool has just been redone is large for many to enjoy. There is a great deal of grass area for walks and playing of games with pets (our dog especially loved the running area). The clubhouse and some other buildings do show their age, but are clean. The dock does need to be repaired. We shall return.
Located near the center of Indianapolis, this campground offers easy access to all sites in this capitol city. While others may have mentioned the neighborhood which surrounds the area, you must remember that you are in an urban city. Security is always around, and during the time of our stay, there were many activities. Just behind the fence is the popular jogging, walking, biking Monon Trail. We stayed for two weeks visiting friends. The sites are grass and gravel, all offer 50/30/25, water and most have sewer. We shall return next time in Indy.
Now this is a campground that is worthy of a rating of 10. A magnificent task of cutting the gravel sites into the forested hillside. While each space is gravel, and some are not perfectly level, you have the feel of being in a wooded area, not on a cleared field, or parking lot. The owners are great, with lots of suggestions of where to visit and what to do while in the Glacier National Park and Flathead valley area. There is a lot to see in this part of Montana, and Mountain Meadows is situated in the best place to make your home base while exploring. Many of the sites can handle big rigs, our motorhome is 40’ and beside us was a 45’. Most all of the sites are pull-through friendly, along with room for a toad. We will definitely return.
We were part of an RV caravan of 16 RV's. This is the new Rice & Beans and it was not finished. Strange water/electric. I would not trust, so we just dry camped. The place holds much promise: concrete pads, cabins, palms, etc., etc., etc. I would wait at least 2 years before returning. The Rice & Beans restaurant was OK, and we got a free drink.
Gravel sites,some small trees between. The sites 1 - 7 have 50 amp.,others have 30. All have water and sewer. The sites are all on a gentle incline so it is not easy to level from side to side. The location is great for this area. We took a couple of side trips, along the back roads. Wonderful scenery. While there are several other choices in the area, this one worked best for us. By the way - wonderful laundry facilities, with commercial size units. We would be come back.
This is a large campground. Sites are gravel with grass between, and an assortment of trees depending upon which area of the park you may find yourself. Large pull-through w/ toad attached are common. While we were there, a Welarge caravan of Airstream units - all types - were there and we still had plenty of room. All of items [elec, water, sewer, cable worked very well. With all of the items available in Great Falls (Sams/RV repair/Wal-Mart) this is a great place to stay. We would return.
Located 45 to 55 minutes from Yellowstone and 20 minutes from Cody, this is a good RV park for the area. All gravel, level sites offer 30/50/15 amp, along with water and sewer. No cable, only local TV that we could just see using our antenna, and no Wi-Fi [but internet was available in the office]. This has a group of cabins along with a restaurant and bar associated with the campground. Without a doubt it is family friendly. The spaces are large and can take care of any large rig [ours is a 40' DP w/toad]. If I wanted to stay in Cody - there are a couple in town, and if I wanted Yellowstone, I would stay there - but for something between the two, and something for a night or two, this is a good choice. Sure we would stay here again.
We were part of a caravan of 16 RVs/5thWheels/Travel Trailers/Class A,B and C. We had it all, including the two 40' DP. With help and lots of time we all got into the site. This is a wonderful place in a great town. Lots to do, wonderful people and food. Without question, we would stay again - we were there for 2 days.
Gravel sites, with 50/30 amp, water and sewer. No Wi-Fi or cable. Located next to a newer motel, the sites are large and it is easy to get in and out - I have a 40' DP w/toad. Of special note is the scenery. You are on the west side of the Grand Tetons and a lovely section of Idaho. While off the Interstate, the state roads are wide enough for all, and the rolling hills are great. This is a great option, rather than the expense of the Jackson Hole area, and one is just 30 minutes away. We would stay here again.
A great family friendly park. There were a number of kids enjoying the pool. All items worked well - elec/water/etc. While the sites may be a bit close together, and not much large tree shade, the gavel sites were level and I was able to put our 40' DP in without trouble - just unhooked the toad in the office registration area. In the neighborhood [one interchange away] is a Wal-Mart and other shopping. One block away is a Flying J, which made filling with fuel in the morning an easy task. If in the area, I would stay again.
Great sites, all cement pads with grass between. Some pull throughs, but most are back-ins. In the older section, there are mature trees. The owner has expanded, and it will be some before all of those new trees mature. The space was good. We had #133, a back-in, but with our 40' and toad, all fit. The town of Hurricane is a neat little town - it is close to Zion, and an easy drive. Also, not far away is St. George with large box stores, along with an In-N-Out Burger... YEA! [This means nothing to anyone east of I-15 or I-17]. I would certainly stay here again.
The campground is "what it is." About 10 hookups, one is pull through (#1)on a gravel lot behind several stores at Cameron. On the negative, a number of dogs - tied up beside some trailers. The positive, the water, electric and sewer all worked and at a reasonable price. One of the local dogs did try to attack our poodle, and the owner came to retrieve his dog. If you need a layover between Flagstaff and Page, or upon your exit from the east access to the south rim of the Grand Canyon - this is a stop. If one is looking for many amenities, move on.
This is a great, stone base, level, easy in and out, RV park. There are trees, but not grassy areas. Each site had a picnic table. The WiFi worked quite well. The staff was friendly, along with the coffee and muffins in the morning, we enjoyed our stay. The fact that this park is pet friendly made the choice an easy one about staying here. There is a mobile home park located behind the RV park, so there was some traffic, but not to any distraction. Located just behind a small strip mall with some fast food, and a small grocery store makes this a great overnight stop. It is just off of I-40 and the sign to the entrance is large and easy to see. We would stay there again when traveling the northwest portion of Arizona.