Located next to south entrance of Theodore Roosevelt NP and across from the “Medora Musical”. The dirt pads with small grassy area was hard to level due to the recent flood. There are shade trees throughout the park and you have views of the surrounding mounds. Full hook-ups with good Wi-Fi reception. There is no TV reception with antenna. Cell phone reception good. Bathrooms were marginally clean with individual shower rooms. There is a small convenient store and gas station in town that has slim choices at high prices- would recommend stocking up before coming. There is a public pool and tennis courts near the entrance to campground that charges a small fee. During weekdays it is quiet but I am told the weekends it is packed here. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
This is a primitive campground five miles into the north unit of Theodore Roosevelt NP. The closest city, Watford, is fifteen miles. There are normally 50 pull-through sites but due to the flood, 25 sites were closed for repairs. At the entrance to the campground is a dump and water fill station. The bathroom with flush toilets is open during summer season. Most of the sites are large with surrounding trees and bushes. There is a picnic table and pedestal grille at each site. We were unable to get telephone reception with Verizon. There is an emergency phone line at the camp office. There are several nature trails nearby. We would have stayed more than 2 nights but the bugs and no a/c made it less. desirable. We would love to return at a milder time of year. The cost reflects senior pass discount.
This is a no frills campground with easy access to I-94 and located 4 miles from downtown. Moderate size gravel sites with grass and trees. Full hook-ups- Wi-Fi reception weak. No cable- major stations with antennae. Bathrooms and showers are very small but clean. The laundry room was small but had new W/D. The staff was very business-like. The down side is we were next to transients workers who talked loudly and like to party till 3am.
Large lake area located five miles from downtown. There is boating, hiking, and bicycling on asphalt trails, and horseback riding. It is first come basis with a 7 day limit. The RV sites are gravel with electric hook-up only. Water and dump station is located near the entrance. The sites are spacious with lots of trees and grass. Picnic table and fire ring at every site. Everything was great except the bathrooms were dirty and garbage bin was stacked full. When you arrive you need to choose your spot and go to kiosk to pay the fee. Our cost reflects ½ price for senior discount. I would return.
Located in walking distance to Frontier Village. This is an OK place for short stay. The sites were mainly pull-thrus with two sites sharing an electric box. The spaces were tight with barely enough room to extend slide-outs. There is a gift shop and reasonably priced restaurant at the entrance. The small bath house includes 2 washers/dryers and clean restrooms. WiFi was free but poor reception. There was no cable and we could only pick up two stations with antenna. Cost reflects passport America discount.
City park located off I-94 beside the Red River. The B section, closest to river, was closed due to flooding. A section sites were very close with little room to expand awning and because it is closer to highway you do hear some noise.. The grounds has abundance of trees with lots of family activities. There is only water & electric hook-up with dump station near office. No WiFi or cable. Each site has table and fire ring. Bathroom near office was clean. We would return but would ask for B section.
This is a no frills campground close to freeway and town. Full hook-ups with cable TV and free WiFi- note if you have an older TV the office will provide you with a small box that attaches to your TV to pick up all the cable stations. Our site was a gravel pull through with shade trees. The spots are very tight with no room for a table. The bathroom and grounds were clean. Cost reflects passport America discount.
Located 10 miles east of Kansas City, Mo. In historical town of Independence, Mo. Full hook-ups with cable and free WiFi. The WiFi was rather weak where we were but became stronger near the office. We loved the area for it’s small town atmosphere and convenience to attractions. Sites were level and asphalt with small grassy area. The restrooms and showers were clean. Laundry room rather small and hot. We would stay here again.
Located in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 3 miles on narrow partial gravel road from the main highway. 7 miles north of Hattiesburg. There was a pool, laundry room, club house and lake. Bathrooms were old and not as clean as I would have liked. We took a pull-through with full hook-ups. There was no picnic table or fire pit. We were told it was a dry county so no booze outside of your site. There was no shade and we were out in 90 degree sun. This was too secluded and hot for our taste.
Located 18 miles SW of Harrison in the middle of the Ozarks. Mostly designed for small campers but there is 8 pull- through sites large enough to accommodate big rigs. Gravel pads with small grassy area. Sites are separated by trees and bushes. Picnic table and fire rings. Full hook-up with cable TV, but no Wi-Fi. Phone reception is good. Single bathroom and 2 showers were old and in need of cleaning. This could be a nice campground with some improvements and a good scrub down. Small pool that could use some maintenance. Once we were checked-in, never saw staff again and their knowledge of the area was very minimal. I would suggest you go down the road to the National Forest office to gather information about the area. We like to hike so we chose this as a central location to do some hiking in the Ozarks. The recommended trails were mostly within a twenty mile radius.
Located about 2 miles from historic downtown. RV spaces are 30/50 amp full hook-ups. The large spacious woodsy sites have long asphalt pads. Lots of hiking trails and the creek is nearby. Picnic table and pedestal grille at each site. Close to main road: would recommend a site farthest from road. There are several clean restroom stations throughout the park, no showers. Most of the sites are slightly sloped so leveling could be a minor problem. Registration is self serve on a machine. No reservations. It is first come basis with 14 day limit. Price reflects half price for senior NP pass. Telephone reception good. TV antenna picked up 5 stations. I would highly recommend this as the best place to stay.
All drive-through spaces on a large asphalt lot. Across the street from the casino in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Full hook-ups with cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Close to downtown and attractions. Concrete level pads with small grassy area and trees. Quiet most of time except when train occasionally passed: some vibration. Small pool, 2 machine laundry room, and very clean bathrooms with 2 showers in central office building. Free shuttle to casino 24 hours. Friendly helpful staff.
We had a water front site with nice grassy area. The office staff was friendly and helpful. The small store was well supplied. I would have given a higher rating but the location was very congested due to the main road construction. There was a constant problem of getting in and out of this park.
Nice clean park that is minutes from downtown Gatlinburg. There is a shuttle in front that will transport you to the middle of town. Would highly recommend using it during tourist season as parking is very limited. The sites have a large pad with park benches and lots of shade. Space between sites are small but adequate. The office staff was friendly and helpful. Be sure to check-out the small gift shop: lots of local made articles.
We chose this campground because of it's central location to see all of Cape Cod. The campground is older and has lots of permanent trailers throughout the park. The restrooms were outdated but clean. The office staff was friendly and helpful. It was easy access to all the areas and beaches we wanted to see. You could only get on the Wi-Fi in this tiny crowded, multi use building. TV reception was limited. We would stay here again.
This is one of the poorest campgrounds we have ever stayed at. The bathrooms were filthy and lots of transients could be seen entering the area and using the bathroom for who knows what. This park is connected to the marina so the camping sites look like a parking lot: no space, no grass, no shade. The staff was unfriendly and unhelpful. The only thing going for this park is the location. It is the closest access to NYC. I would not stay here again.
We had a nice large shaded site looking onto the pool. Most sites were somewhat level but spacing between them varied. We came here because it seemed the closest we could find near Boston. The drive to Boston took forever on the narrow crowded roads leading into town. The best thing was visiting the close by Minutemen Historical Park: do not pass this up.
We stayed in the open field area which had no shade. We didn't mind because we like having the warmth of the sun. There was no swimming pool but there was a swimming beach area on the lake. If you do like shade there was a heavy shaded area in another section of the park. This seems to be not only for travelers but locals use the facilities for a small fee. During the heavy rains our surrounding grass area became very soggy: no pad. We would stay here again.
Lovely park looking out over a pond. We stayed in a nice large site with lots of shade. This was the closest decent campground we could find near Philadelphia. It was a little older campground that could use some updating of the bathrooms, but over all I would stay here again.