This is a small park very close to I-95 very easy access. Ranger and camp host were very nice and very helpful. The campground is nice and quiet along the river - short walking trails, free use of fishing equipment and games, etc. in the park office. Sites slope a little and needs blocks to get level. Water and electric as well as TV was good. They lost 40 trees in the February ice storm, so later on in the year there is plenty of usable firewood. We would camp here again.
We had site 57. It had rained here and the site is nothing but a driveway with 17 steps down a steep bank to the BBQ, table and fire pit that was filled with mud from the bank that made the area unusable. They NEVER should have rented the site in this condition. Since this was a weekend there were no other sites available. We will NEVER return to this COE again! It is the worst COE we have camped at in 7 years of traveling all over the states.
$25/night with water and 50 amp electric. (I didn’t look to see if they had anything else except 50 amp service.) Cash or WI check ONLY. Camping is confusing. Map at self-registration station shows what sites are electric and which are electric & water. Hook-ups are on the grass next to the road. Some people parallel park on the road and hook-up under the rig or drive onto the grass with the tail facing the road other stay on the road and back up to the hook-ups. The park attendance put trash cans out near us the day we left. The bathhouse was clean, but you can only use the showers from 9 PM to 9 AM, the rest of the time they are locked. We were lucky we had one of the 5 tables in the park. There is a lot of construction that you can hear around the clock. The grass and the open areas of the park are nice, BUT there are goose droppings everywhere: on the walks, boat ramp and docks and all over the grass. You or the dogs can’t walk anywhere with getting into it: what a mess ! We will look for another place to stay next time we are in the area.
$25/night w/4 nights on PA discount – On Fox Lake with free use of paddle boats and other rentals available. People are nice and you pay as you leave, so you can run a tab if you like. You are about 15 minutes to town and the sights with plenty of shopping and restaurants. Roads are gravel and sites are grass some can be narrow – the seasonal people have the view of the lake and do not talk with overnight campers. There is a little road noise, but not much. Laundry was small with 2 washers and 2 dryers – there is a small boat launch and small fish cleaning shed next to the bathhouse. Wi-Fi worked well and the cable was basic – water pressure and electric were good, but they charge for AC I guess in the summer. We would stay here again.
$32/night cash or check only. Roads and sites were gravel and mostly level – no problem with full hook-up and most are pull through sites with tables and fire rings. Data card and antenna TV worked well. Bathhouse was old could use some work – no soap or anything to dry your hands with – showers were hot but the blowing curtain can be cold. The owners were very nice with maps and info on the Duluth and Superior areas. Easy on and off Hwy 2/53. Pool and hot tub looked okay, but closed after the holiday. We would stay here again.
$20/night+3.00 online registration fee. Roads and sites are paved with picnic tables and fire rings. We stayed in the reservable area, but the ranger told us they are expanding the camping because they have to turn so many people away in the summer. This is a boating and fishing paradise – nice boat ramp (for 4 launches) and a large fish cleaning station near the bait shop/store/check-in. People drive very fast in the campground, and the bathhouse is within driving distance with pit toilets located in a few spots in the camping area. The bathhouse is very clean and large. It is a good drive to Devils Lake (town). We would stay here again.
$20/night, plus 3.00 online registration fee, plus $25 annual ND park usage pass. Roads are paved with level gravel sites. Electric was good and water is shared between 2 sites, but they will upgrade this in the future. Wi-Fi was good, but there was no Antenna TV or AT&T coverage. The bathhouse was clean in the reserved area, but the first shower in the men’s had no hot water and the water was more of a spray than a shower. They have a beach if you can call it that, and a marina. We would stay here again.
$9 w/senior pass. Beautiful campground with boating and fishing. Roads and sites are paved with concrete pads for picnic tables and fire rings. There are miles of paved bike paths, and fishing docks. Bathhouse was clean. Had a few antenna TV channels, and AT&T cell was ok. You can tour the power plant at the dam. The group facilities are wonderful, and they have playgrounds. You have electric only with water in central locations. The dump station is on the way to the check station all level and paved. The camp host was very knowledgeable of the park and the area: friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
$32.10/ night. Located 6 miles from the West Glacier entrance. The owners were very nice and walked us to 2 sites we could pick. The roads & sites were gravel, and long enough for us not to have to unhook, and heavily treed. There is a nice fenced in dog run, and the bathhouse was clean with large showers. WiFi good and antenna TV was fair. It's very close to the tracks, at night you can get some loud train horns. We would stay here again.
$35.00/GS discount. We have stayed here before, and they have enlarged the park and some sites have access from the back road to make them pull-through. Roads are paved and most of the sites are long and wide concrete pads with tables no fires. This is next to the golf course, so they have underground sprinklers that go on after 10 PM so watch the water and wet grass if you go out at night. The fenced dog runs are not maintained and the one at the end of the park has the sprinklers running at 9 AM so don’t use that run in the morning. The pool, hot tub, and club house are perfectly maintained and the bathhouse and laundry are large and clean. WiFi and cable were very good.
$31/night-weekly rate - Site 21 had a nice little tree and grass area for privacy. Roads and sites are paved with trees, some with tables. None with fire rings. Most sites were level. The water pressure varies from 35 to 20 psi and causes problems for doing wash. Bathhouse and laundry were clean. Wi-Fi and cable worked good. There was a little road noise from I-90. Easy access to Seattle. We would stay here again.
Site #1 $25/night w/GS discount. The roads and sites are gravel and on a hillside fairly level with grass around the sites. A very nice view of the lake across the street where you can swim and rent a boat: looked like good fishing. WiFi was good and bathhouse clean. A few miles from the mountain. We would stay here again.
$33.33/GS discount. Low hanging trees hit the front of the motorhome and drag across the roof. The roads and sites are gravel. The first site we had was way too small for our rig, so we moved to the next site and the 30 amp power didn’t work. The upper bathhouse and laundry were large and clean. The boat rental with the crab package (you can buy your license in the office) was a great value and a lot of fun to catch your limit of 12 Dungeness crabs. There are cleaning stations at the office and they will boil your catch for a small fee. The cheese factory tour is very crowded and not worth the stop, the prices are lower in the markets. The bay is nice with sand bars at low tide. We would stay here again.
No GS discount because of summer rates. Campground is nice with clean pool and spa, unisex bathhouse, nice AC laundry (no TV or iron or board-nothing to do but laundry), deluxe sites are long but narrow-premium sites are wider so you can walk out onto pavement instead of rocks. Little or no shade with tall palm trees and smaller 10' bushes and trees. Roads and sites are pavement with stone areas between sites. The campground caters to long-term residents who are very quick to complain about any of the short-term people by calling the office. We made reservations 2 weeks ahead with an assigned site, and when we arrived our site had been changed because a monthly resident wanted our site. Three days after we checked in and charged our stay on Discover the office called to say they don't take Discover and they will issue a credit, so they can charge a Visa or MC that they do accept for payment. The facilities are nice, but not worth the hassles you have to put up with no wonder there are a huge number of empty sites - we would not stay here again.
The roads are paved and the sites are stone with hedges between them for privacy. Cable is good and Wi-Fi is good most of the time. Bathhouse is older. Access to the sand dunes is right behind the campground, and you can use the lake across the street. The dog walk is about 20 sq.ft. and not fenced. We would stay here again.
Diamond Lake RV Park-$36/GS, They will not let you into the park after 8:00 PM! The park is paved roads with gravel sites (section F has pull-thru sites that open to the site next to you, and shared a picnic table). The pull-thru sites are very close-with slides out you don't have room to open your awning or compartment doors. The back-in sites are much wider and longer. There was no AT&T service or over the air TV and no cable. Bathhouse near F was closed, and the other one was old. The locals said do not come there in June because of the mosquitoes - they were bad in July. The campground is 3 miles from the Crater Lake north entrance, and across the street from Diamond Lake. I was told it was great fishing and the area has many waterfalls. I think we would look at other campground next time we are in the area.
Great view of the area mountains and Boot Hill, and you are right in Virginia City. The store is nice and the bathhouse has 4 private rooms with toilet, sink, and shower. The roads and sites are old cracked pavement and the rest is stone. Power was down to 110V in the afternoon with everyone running the ACs. Make sure you DO NOT take route 342; our GPS took us on that road even with it programmed for RV mode the road has a 15% grade-a very hard climb towing. We would stay here again.
Dead Horse State Park – 7/10-7/13 $25/night. Roads and pads were paved – sites are long, fairly level, and wide with picnic tables and fire ring (fires prohibited for drought reasons). Areas between sites are dirt with brush, bushes, and small trees. Bathhouse is old but clean with plenty of hot water. There are trails next to the sites and small hills to climb for better views of Cottonwood and Jerome. We wanted to visit Sedona on the way down 89A, but there was nowhere to park a motorhome over 25’ WITHOUT a tow. We found bus parking, and it was for only 5 - 40’ buses & no room for a tow vehicle. The only place marked for RV parking was near a hotel and room for only two 25’ RVs, so we only drove through the town. Cottonwood is much larger and fuel prices more close to the average – NOT the tourist gouge prices-up to 60 cents higher in some areas. Dead Horse is a large park, and we were one of 4 campers here. We would definitely stay here again.
$32/night w/GS discount. The campground is flat with a few small trees. The sites are gravel and level, but no picnic tables or fire rings. The sites are not wide enough to put down your awning (because of trees or bushes), but large enough for slides maybe 20 X 60. There is a surprising amount of noise from I-40 and the freight trains that run at night. Last night a dog barked all night long from 11 PM to 7 AM. The showers are large, a little old, but clean. The laundry is small with 4 washers on one side and 5' on the other side the dryers: a small folding area with iron and board. It's close to downtown Williams a Route 66 town and nice to walk through; the Grand Canyon Train and next to a small rodeo. I think we would look for another campground for our next stay.
Rate is a GS discount. The campground is half mile from Mesa Verde Park entrance right on Route 160 between Durango and Cortez. You do get road noise from the highway at the front of the park. The pool is very nice as are the two hot tubs. The bathhouse was very clean and the laundry, too. The people were very helpful both for the campground and the attractions in the area. The road and sites (some more level than others and the dump station slopes to the rear) are raked stone and sometimes a little dusty. The dog walk is along two ponds with a couple of wild ducks to feed. Next to a fenced pasture, at late afternoon and evening, the horsefly are pretty ravenous on the dogs and some people. We would stay here again.
$20/night (8 nights) with Passport America discount - Some nice old travel trailers that are rentals and some Route 66 memorabilia. Sure don't need cable; there are 40+ over the air channels. The people were very nice and the campground is easy on and off I-40 and that makes for an easy and quick run in and out of Albuquerque that offers just about anything you could imagine. Gas or Fuel is much cheaper on the reservations and worth the travel to get to a gas station on one. The campground is flat raked stone and along some of the gassy area there are biting ants - one of the dogs had to make a Vet visit after a bite. Very little road noise from the highway - some shade trees between sites. The pool was very nice, but the hot tub was tight with 3 people. We would stay here again.
Rate posted was (four nights) with PA & GS. Nice quiet park next to a cemetary up on a hill, so we had cooler temps and mild winds. The laundry is nice but hot, and bathrooms are 4 unisex with toilet, sink and shower large and clean. Sites are gravel and level with little privacy fences, which are very nice. We would stay here again. The fire is not a problem anywhere near Silver City.
Rate reflects PA discount. A very nice RV park: all open and flat with all pull-through sites, with little rail fences between sites. A fenced dog run, corals, nice clean laundry, large clean unisex bathroom with shower, toilet and sink. Only thing missing a pool. We sure would stay here again.
Rate reflects PA 1/2 price for one night. We got here the day they fixed the indoor pool: very nice. Park is easy in and out with long pull-through sites so we didn't have to unhook. Cable TV is ok as well as the Wi-Fi. Sites are level gravel with some trees. They have 2 fenced dog parks, nice store, and DVD rental. Watch the speed bumps. The owners are very nice and the info they hand out is very helpful for the area and cavern. We would stay here again.
This a large, flat, gravel parking lot with all kinds of hook-up options. The rate reflects PA $10+2 for AC & 30 amp full hook-up. Cable is extra, plus there is a charge to wash your RV. For the price it's a good stop on the way to Carlsbad. Laundry and bathhouse weren't bad. We'd stay here again for a stopover.
$33/night with Passport America one night half price. This park has several permanent residents that are very unfriendly they wouldn't even talk to us… maybe a good thing. The roads are paved and the sites are groomed stone with concrete pads for a table with grass between sites. No fires and the water pressure is 120 PSI so bring a very good pressure regulator; the cheap ones will not work. They have a nice exercise room and rec. area. The laundry is nice, several washer and dryers, but maybe the AC is under sized for the room - today it was 96 and the laundry seemed even hotter. The campground is close to the Alamo and downtown sights. There is a city bus you can use instead of using the parking lots that can range from $5 flat rate to $9 for 2 hours. There is a large shopping center on Military Road about 5 miles from the campground. The bathhouse is nice and the showers large. The pool is small but nice and the hot tub is big enough for one person. We would stay here again.
Nice empty and quiet park, loops have about 6 sites and just about everyone here had their own loop. Sites are long, hard packed gravel with trees, covered picnic tables and fire rings. There are all kinds of birds around the site and some prairie dogs near the picnic area around the boat launch. Over the air TV was good, and the data card worked well with antenna and amp. They have trails to walk and deer to see. Rate is for water and electric $20 plus $3 per person entrance fee. We would camp here again.
Nice older park the concrete pads are a little broken up making it necessary to use blocks to get level. The WIFI was very good, but we were next to the office. Cable TV, older but clean bathhouse water pressure was good and the water was very hot. The campground was convenient to downtown. For gas we found a place that was 20 cents less than the rest of the town at the ML King exit on Rt. 35 - worth the trip to fill the rig. The owner was VERY friendly and VERY helpful, and is planning on expanding in the future. Rate reflects GS discount - $27/night. We would stay here again!
This is the worst COE we have ever camped at. The grass is 10" tall around the sites and the bathhouse. We checked in about 7:30 PM and were handed a hang tag and sent on our way - the person at the gate was not very friendly or helpful. Over the air TV was good, and the data card worked well with antenna and amp. Directions to the campground were very vague, and we called the number listed for help and it said it was an invalid number. We then called the reservation number and got a person in Hawaii that could not help with directions at all and gave us the non-working number for us to call. The site we have #12 sloped down from the road and has 30' of gravel down the slope the rest of the site that is level is grass. They are expecting rain, so I hope we can get out when we leave. It has 2 picnic tables under roof an old fire ring and BBQ that were cleaned out. There are a lot of dogs and no one cleans up after them. Be careful on the road because they use it like a racetrack. The power box had a wasp nest in it. We would not camp here again. $18/night is over priced.
An older COE well shaded park probably made for tenting. Almost all of the sites are set up with tables, fire rings, and BBQs at the back of the site. Most of the sites are very sloped either to the front or the back of the site. Some sites are so bad that to get level using several blocks puts the RV as much as 3' off the ground. There is only 30 amp electric with water located a few sites away. There is one showering bathhouse in the campground and a pit toilet at one end. The large lake is nice for fishing and boating, and there are 3 trails to walk near the lake. Over the air TV is very good as well as phone service. My AT&T data card needed an antenna and amp to get 4 bars of 4G. Very close to Will Rogers Museum (12 miles) and birthplace (3 miles). Rate reflects senior discount. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects Passport America. This campground is across from Table Rock State Park on a large lake. It is about 6 miles from the theater district downtown so it is quieter than being close to town. The drive to the entertainment is easy and the campground provides a shuttle to and from your venue. Some sites have concrete pads some more level than others. The dog walk is an open grass area under high-tension power lines. The laundry is the best I've ever seen with air conditioning, TV, books, ironing board & iron, bathroom and couch… very comfortable and clean. We would stay here again. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
This campground was the first State Park in Arkansas and a lot of the sites in B, C, and D loops are narrow with steep slopes you'll need a lot of blocks to get level. Some of the paved sites are bumped up from tree roots. Bathhouse is clean. There is no swimming in the lake. AT&T data service is 4 bars of 2G only with antenna and amp, over the air TV is good, and 5 bars on the cell phone. Water pressure is low maybe because they had a water main break yesterday that closed loop D. This campground has a lot of things to see within driving distance. Pick up the brochures in the office and spend the time to see the history of the area and the park. Enjoy the trails and the many great views from the top of the mountain. We would camp here again.
The people were friendly, and we were surprised the pool was open before Memorial Day. The sites and roads are stone and level. We had site 116, a back-in near the back of the park, and the trees along this row provide nice shade. You are only about a mile from the Grand Ole Opry, and easy on and off the major route to get here from I-40. You can go either direction on route 155 to get to downtown Nashville about 6 miles away. We have stayed in a campground up the street, and this campground is far better. There is a little traffic noise but not bad. The bath house is older, but clean. There is a large car show at the Titan Stadium this weekend - there are a lot of campers with cars, so it has been fun talking with exhibitors. We would stay here again, and it is within walking distance of a Camping World store down the street. Rate reflects Good Sam discount and includes tax.
We stayed here for one night so we booked the campground's one pull-thru site (#007 or just 7) online. When we got there Tuesday afternoon there were only 6 other campers in the campground. Next time I think we'd take our chances on registering at the campground and save the $9 online registration fee. This park doesn't seem to be used much, but all the roads and sites were paved. Some sites are very level and other will need some blocks. The stream is stocked with trout, and some sites are right next to the water. The sites are very long and some very wide all with tables, fire rings and hanging poles. We would stay here again and for a longer time.
We have stayed here a few years ago, and the only improvement I see they have made is a fenced dog run. Some of the sites are muddy especially when it rains. Some of the waterfront sites are front in and others are back in. The pool is nice and they have a little sandy beach area with swings and chairs. There are no planned activities just the pool and the river with some fishing MD license required. The bathhouse is old but clean. The toilet side of the men's room needed lights - there was only one working tube in the fixture. If you are not on the south side facing the boat docks you will not get much of a breeze.
The owner is constantly upgrading the campground by adding new theme cabins, rides, tree carvings and general maintenance. The sites are mostly concrete pads with metal picnic tables. They are large and most of them are shaded: blocking any satellite reception, but there is cable TV. The lake is stocked with trout, and they are catch and eat. The one downside is that the indoor pool and spa are only open on the weekends. Sat: 11 to 5, and Sun: 12 to 3. Golf cart rentals are $110 for 3 days. We camp here every year, and will continue to camp here at least once a year. Book early they are filled on the weekends.
The campground is a Thousands Trails park, but lets non-members in. The rate reflects weekday rate for 5 nights with the 5th night free on a premium site within 100 yards from the heated upper pool and spa (outdoors which are spotlessly clean-and open from 10-8 daily) and open until 10-17-2010. They don’t have golf carts to rent: they really need them because the campground is so large. The lake is stocked with trout and are catch and eat. The mini golf course needs new carpet and some wall repairs as well as some of the other game areas. We would camp here again.
This campground is about 5 miles off route 255 north of I-80 after you clear the gate house for the community. The office is closed at 4:00 so you have to use a mic to call someone who came down in his truck and did all the transactions without leaving the truck. $40.10 for water and electric, no sewer or pull-throughs. The host dropped us at the bathhouse and said to find a site. The roads are gravel and narrow with tight turns at the ends. Most sites have narrow back-ins with gullies between the road and the sites. When we finally picked a site we could work with, the site was mud at the front and sloped so we had to block the front. When I started to connect the hook-ups, I found the 2 sites we picked had their water hook-ups chained and locked, I had to send 75' of hose over to the next available site with water. I'm glad we are here for only one night. We would NOT stay here again!
We stayed here last year: it was a good stopping place for us on the way west. This time we stopped on the way home and stayed a week to see the Amish country and the RV museum (worth the time). The sites are hard packed level grass and some are shaded, just about all are pull-through. The mini golf lacks, but the beach volley ball is good. The pool is clean and warm and empty. Most of our stay there were 0 to 4 people in it. WiFi wasn't good at our site, but AT&T air card worked well. Satellite didn't work if you had a roof dish our site faced NW, but air TV worked well. We didn't have any power problems as reported in other reviews, but the boxes do not have breakers. It's easy on and off the interstate, and close to alot of shopping and things to see.
People were nice and lead us to the site. Sites are gavel, but needed to be blocked to get level. The pool was nice but crowded. Two exits west of the Corn Palace - definitely a place to see if you are even close to the area. Perogies BBQ, exit 332-- the brisket is delicious. We would stay here again.
Sites are VERY close together. The trout dinner for $4.95 is after you catch and pay for your trout at up to $1.00 per inch. Bath and showers were old, but cleaned as reasonably as can be expected. It was close to Deadwood, but there are many other campgrounds in the area. The owners were very friendly and helpful with WI-FI problems. Good place for an overnighter.
The pool was nice and so was the laundry. WI-FI was poor at site # 9 even though you could see the antenna 100' away. It was easy to find just a couple of miles off I-80 @ exit 106. Sites are gavel and sloped to the rear so you have to at least block the back tires.
This is a well-maintained county RV park with paved roads and concrete pads. Good phone reception, AT&T G2 service @ 5 bars, satellite, and regular TV too. $22 per night full hook-up (includes $2 discount for Good Sam) cable is $3 extra per night. Bring bottled water as the park water is bad. We had site #15 with a picture perfect view of the bluff. There is a Wal-Mart straight north on Five Rocks Road: turn left out of the park. The Scott’s Bluff National Monument is a block up on the left from the park. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.
People here are very friendly and the pool was clean and nice. Right next to highway, so you have some road noise: run the AC and you won't hear it. Very convenient to, and on/off the highway, and close to the attractions. We'd stay here again.
No bells and whistles: just an open area next to the power poles. One 50amp and three 30 amps at each of 6 poles in the west parking lot. Easy to get to, and close to everything. The nice town of Kearney is growing. There is a dump station along the white fence. Nice place to stop for a couple of nights while you see the sites. Archway was nice, and the people are very friendly. Great place to let the dogs run, but watch out for the construction workers driving in and out of the lot. The station where you come in, is at the beginning of Ave N. Campground has a fair price and a good price for propane. We would stay here again.
People are very friendly, and had a chili cook-off while we were here. Very convenient to the highway and Armstrong Museum. Wal-Mart and other stores are very close. Sites were long but very close: this park must have been layed out before slides and awnings. We would stay here again.
Nice park when you find it: our GPS had us all over the place and on dead ends. This park has a lot to offer. They had a lot of rain when were got here, we saw some sites flooded out, and the trails were mud. You could spend a lot of time here, but things are spread out. We would stay here again.
We were here for a Fleetwood rally, so the rate would not apply. The facility is very large and dates back to the 50's. Very nice place and very friendly people at the fairground and in town. We would certainly go back. Nice lakes and places to walk and take the dogs.
Nice campground, this county has several. If you are not local, when you make reservations the only address is the county office and NOT the campground address. Make sure you know what park you are staying in or you will not find the park. People were nice and sites were large. We would stay here again. It's only 20 minutes to Kansas City.
The owners are very friendly, both at the office checking us in, as well as stopping by our site to say hi. They are very knowledgeable of the area. They are continuing to upgrade the campground with pull-through sites with sewer hook-ups coming in the near future. The pool was immaculate, and was recently changed to eco-friendly salt filtration system and is heated to 82 degrees. The sites are elevated stone (for good drainage) and very level. Our site (21) was extremely wide: could have put the motorhome in sideways. Had very clean picnic table and large fire rings and the trees on both sides of the site provided privacy. We would stay here again.
A very clean and nice park: the staff are very friendly and helpful. Has a great restaurant and a well stocked store. Some of the sites are hard to locate. Sites are gravel, and need some leveling. Park has a small amusement area open on the weekend for a few hours.
We were lead to our site that was wide and level. The only lake front sites are for tents. There is one bath house for campers, but there is another one for cabin renters only. The fishing pond is catch and release only. Most of the sites are permanent. The camp store was not open during our stay. The mini golf was not open - open only the same time as the pool. We would not stay here again.
You do need blocks to get level. The bath house is next door, so I tried it out. They are clean, but the showers are push-button timers with mister shower heads. No way to control the temp so with mist like water on a cold November night it needs to be hotter. The lake is nice and loaded with beaver... don't know about the fish. You can't beat it for a night's stay over for $17.00. I'd stay here again.
Park was empty on Monday when we checked for one night. The lake is very big I think there will be a fishing tournament upcoming - there were a lot of big time fishing boats coming and going while we were here. The sites were spacious and many were on the lake most slope front to back or side to side - you'll need blocks to level. We stayed in #14 a pull-thru about 15' from the water. The place was so quiet and peaceful we stayed another night. The bath house was older, but clean & I agree the shower curtains could have been about a foot wider. We would camp here again if in the area, but make reservations during the regular season.
This campground is about 10 minutes off I-10, and around 15 minutes from the French Quarter. People in the office are very nice and helpful. The concrete pads are wide and level, some have stove warmers to take the chill off at night and tables and chairs for around the heaters plus picnic tables. Bathhouse is clean and well maintained, laundry is very nice: we used both facilities. Wi-Fi worked well. We would stay here again when in the area. We stayed in site 55 across from the office and across from the pool that was still open. The laundry was directly behind our site: very convenient.
If you come to Memphis to see Graceland this is the place to stay: it is across the street from Graceland. We spent the entire day touring Graceland and the other exhibits (planes, movies, army, and cars). I was glad we were close after Graceland (3 hours) we went back and let the dogs out for a walk: great area for them at the back of the campground. The pool was closed but looked nice. Laundry and bathhouse were very nice. When they are this good we use them otherwise we shower in the RV. We would definitely stay here again. It rained like crazy all one night and the whole day, and the site was still pretty dry. People in the office were very helpful and gave us several discount coupons for Graceland and other attractions in the area: definitely eat at Marlowe's for their ribs. They will even pick you up in a pink limo for free.
The rate reflects Good Sam discount, but if you want to be within 5 minutes of the Grand Ole Opry, and other attractions this is a great spot. The place was about 1/3 full, so we had the pick of sites since it rained the day we got here - some of the sites had a couple of puddles of water. People are very nice and helpful. Wi-Fi is the best I've ever had at a park. It very easy access, and there is a little highway noise but not bad. We would stay here again.
This must be a great area in the summer plenty of fishing and boating. Sites are very well in laid out with concrete pads, tables and fire rings. The bathrooms and shower as well as the laundry were almost like home. All of the sites are back-ins during the season, but they let us take 2 sites and use them as a pull-thru. I could not get the Wi-Fi in our rig. We would stay here again.
The sites are very narrow - if the person next to us had a slide out I don't know if you could have walked between the rigs. The sites are stone but they need more stone, and make it a little wider for big rigs - had to drive through mud going out. Some sites had fire rings, but we did not have one. The campground has it's own cavern to tour at a reduced rate if you stay there. They have a large antique store to stroll through. This was a good stop off for a night on our way to VA Tech.
This place is too good to be true - just north of Spokane. It is only 7 years old and the grass looks like the golf course that is within 100 yards of our campsite #112. The club house is beautiful with a pool table (adults only) huge TV and entertainment center, fireplace, dance floor, card table and plush furniture. The pool (80 degrees) and whirlpool (102 degrees) were in perfect condition. The only problem we had with this place was we only booked one night - we almost changed the plans we had for the next 4 campgrounds (already booked) to stay here for a few more days. Come here and spend a few days you will not be sorry.
Very convenient to I-90; 2 blocks down and one over and you are there. Very small campground, but the owner was very nice and helpful getting you into your site and giving directions for things to see in the area. WI-FI worked well, and the historical town of Wallace was just 6 miles down the road. Silver mine and bordello tours are some of the things to see in town.
We were here for a rally, and the price reflects activities and food. The sites were very close together - could not put down the awning, but did get the slides out. The complex is huge - being new this was the first time someone utilized the entire building. Very easy to get to, a couple of blocks off the interstate. The rally was a great time.
The park was centrally located, and close to a store, restaurant and gas, which made it real convenient. They had no picnic tables and fires are not allowed. Spaces are very narrow and "L" shaped to allow you to park your car next to the RV. The one draw back to the park were the mosquitoes - they were fierce and plentiful. You could not sit outside, and taking the dogs for a walk was a chore. No communications with the outside world at all! No cell phone, satellite, radio, not even NOAH weather.
It was a good over night campground - easy access right off I-90, so you have a little traffic noise. We didn't have a picnic table and there are no fire rings. Sites were wide enough to have our awning down, and the mountain view was very pretty. The prison and (very good) auto museum along with an 1858 town replica, old toy museum and an old west museum/saloon we couldn't believe the number of old whiskey bottles in perfect condition from all over the country. All the museums are for one price and well worth it - they were fun. The laundry and rest rooms were clean and we used them.
This park was as close as we could get to Chicago. The concete pad was very short, so if you are towing and don't unhook - the front wheels of the motorhome will be off the pad by about 15'. Once you are off the pad you are in soft black sand, and you will need lots of leveling blocks. The laundry was so old we didn't want to use it. It took us about 1 1/2 to get to the Navy Pier in Chicago. I think next time we would look for another place to use as a base. Price reflects KOA discount.
This was a great campground I wish we could have stayed here longer. The sites were gravel, but very level with 2 sewer hook-ups. The owner was very friendly, and the pool was great especially for the kids... fountains and slides for the little ones. Mini golf was excellent, but a little pricey at $4.50. The showers were large with a chair and shelves, but 25 cents for 4 minutes. We would stay here again.
I have to agree with the previous camper. The acess road is gravel with mud or dust depending on the weather. We go here just after 5" of rain, and most of the sites were flooded. The site water was so bad it was yellow, and the pool was green. WIFI 60" from the office was a 4% too poor to even use. The pull through site are pull through only if there isn't anyone in front of you. I would drive another 100 miles even after a 400 mile day to get to another campground. Rate reflects KOA discount... they should have given alot more.
This is a very nice campground, and continues to add more sites now under construction. The pool looks nice, but opens after Memorial Day. They have a small amusement park for an extra fee: nice for the kids but bring money. Restrooms are family type and very clean. They have a sink, toilet and shower in each with plenty of room to change. Perfect AT&T air card reception, and good satellite signals. Pull through sites are very long and very wide. You can pull in without unhooking the towed vehicle. Sites and roads are gravel and has very level sites. Tables are extra long. Pavilions available for use at an extra charge. We camped here in a nice open space with plenty of room. Price reflects KOA discount. We would camp here again.
This campground is very nice with a stocked lake full of trout and you can keep up to 2 per person per week. This campground would be a 10 if not for the quarry that is about a mile away. During the week it sounds like a train in the distance - you get use to it. The sites are wide and long with concrete pads for most sites. The tent sites are well padded with about a foot of mulch. This is our second stay, and would stay here again. One other item - the indoor, spa and outdoor pools don't open until 5/1, and the cafe is only open on the weekend.
This campground is one of the best we have stayed in - well landscaped, paved roads. concrete pads, just about any activity you could ask for. They had several theme rentals available - Yurt is right on the lake with it's own dock and paddle boat. If we could find anything wrong with this place it was that the cafe was not open - only on the weekends at least during the off season. I don't know if it is open all the time during the regular season or not. Book well in advance if you want to get in.
The pool was closed after Labor Day, and we were told the restaurant and bar were not open all season. There was a new club house with a nice play room for the kids and a ping pong table a TV and reading room and WIFI. It also had 3 washers and dryers in the building. There were no activities planned, but the campsites were nice, and we had a nice view of Henderson Bay. There wasn't much fishing from shore, because the water was very shallow - about waist deep 20' to 30' out around the island, and in some spots the weeds are very thick. There were a lot of gnats all around the island, but it was still a very relaxing and beautiful place to stay. We met a lot of seasonal campers there that have been coming back since the park opened.
The pond was 4' low and if you wanted to use the kayaks you had to walk through 6' of mud at the shore line. Mini golf course was great. We'd go again. Cable hookup was at only a few sites near the store. No satellite available because of the trees. Sites were well kept.
Only about 1/3 of the sites have sewer & cable and they are reserved for members. We were invited for to look at the campground and listen to a 2 hour presentation - there was no pressure to buy a membership. We we said no - it was over - enjoy your stay. They had a Civil War re-enactment going on all weekend that was very interesting. The bathrooms were individual shower, sink and toilets and very clean. The small pond is catch and release - no fun for someone that likes fish. Sites and roads were stone - not too much dust. They have a very few golf carts reserved for members. A member next to us was going to move to a site with sewer and cable when it was available in 2 days. The rental cabins are beautiful with all the goodies.
The dog run was non-existent, and the wilderness trail was a 50' long path trough tall grass. Crabbing is poor this time of the year. We had a great breeze coming up the river all weekend or we would have died it was so hot and humid. The site we had was a pull in and was 20' from the river front. Very relaxing fishing in front of the RV. The pool was very nice and not usually crowded. We'd go again maybe later in the season to get some crabs.