The KOA in Cordele is one of our favorite overnight spots when we are traveling north on I-75 from Tampa. This past week we hit it going and returning from the Smoky Mountains. The park sites are dirt/gravel but always level and clean. Showers/restrooms are always clean and well maintained. Friendly and helpful staff make the stay even better. When we stopped there late Saturday, the staff had put together a BBQ fundraiser for one of their staff who was ill. They were selling smoked pork in the office and it was delicious and a great smell throughout the park. The only downside to this park would be the location. There is nothing nearby because it is outside Cordele. There is an abandoned truck plaza that brings down the location, but the KOA is nice and well maintained. Definitely recommend as an overnight place to stop.
Pine Mountain RV Resort is a well laid out and comfortable park. Concrete pads, manicured sites, and well placed hookups make this a very good place to stay while visiting the area. Despite being only about 2 blocks from the Pigeon Forge "strip", it is quiet night and day. We chose a creek side site and it was very nice. The stream sounds made for great sleeping or chatting around the campfire. The staff was very courteous and professional. The individual showers in the clubhouse are a nice touch. Restrooms were always clean. Cable TV is available with a large selection of channels. We did not use the WiFi since we use our own WiFi cards for security reasons, but it showed good signal strength. Overall a very nice to place to stay in the area with easy in and easy out access and close to the sights of the area.
This is our 2nd year staying at NAS Pensacola and we love it. Our site was located right next to the dunes and path to the beach. Concrete pads and full hook ups are just right. The staff is very friendly and courteous. The facilities are very well maintained. Dog friendly beach and ours stayed in the water as much as she could. Historic lighthouse is a short walk or bike ride and a little further is one of the best aviation museums in the country. You must be active duty, retired military or DOD civilian to visit and use the facilities, but it is one of our favorite campgrounds.
Let me state that this park was rated 8 only because of the location and area. This is a fairly new park which is basically in the middle of nowhere west central Florida. For us coming from the Tampa area it is a great midway point on our return home before taking the last leg home The facilities are clean and the owners are extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are large and fully equipped with easy acces. Good shade and open areas depending on your choice. Sites are hard packed dirt/gravel and actually very level. We stopped here on a Wednesday afternoon and it was quiet with about 10 other campers. As stated we gave this nice camp an 8 because there just is not much going on in this area for exdtended stays, but it is a great place for a one or two niter.
If you are coming to New Orleans for a couple of days and especially want to see the French Quarter, this is the place. It is a beautiful park with full amenities and large sites. The staff is outstanding and very helpful (always had a dog treat ready). The only down side is the close proximity to I-10 and that noise, but it is tolerable. The other concern is the location which is next to a public housing project. The RV park is shielded by an 8 foot wall with decorative razor wire. Coded gate entry/exit. Felt very safe. French quarter is a few blocks and easily walked or biked to during the day, at night a cab ride cost between $8-$10. All in all a great place to stay for a short visit.
For a place to park and walk across the parking lot to get to the casino, it is great. Clean and well taken care. There are no amenities except for the every 30 minute shuttle that will pick you up and carry you to the front door of the casino. Good for what it is and little else.
Great State park that is far from the highway and in a very beautiful setting. Great sites with full hookups. The river beach is great and it is just a nice place for a night or for a week. We stayed in site #5 and it was a very wide concrete pad.
We stopped for one night. Access from the highway is a steep rise and you may drag your rear bumper or trailer. The park is fairly large with many large pull through sites. Some shade and some open. It is an older park and it really shows in the shower house. Toilet tank lid missing and the signs of age like rotted wood, missing paint, and broken shower heads were evident. The single biggest problem with this particular campground is the horrible smell coming from the local paper mill. This could be a real issue for someone with respiratory problems.
Stopped here on a return to Florida from Ohio. The campground is easily accessed, clean, and well maintained. You have the option for pull throughs almost anywhere in the park. The facilities were clean and well maintained. Good sized dog park. It was quiet and the full hookups and free wifi were an added bonus. We would stay here again.
We found this park quite by accident while looking for a place to stop for the night. We arrived at about 5:30 PM. Staff was courteous and helpful. All sites are on the lake and are very well kept and maintained. The showers/restrooms are clean and easy access. Some sites are a little uneven due to the hills the lake is on, but nothing jacks or hydrolics can't handle. Nice quiet and very beautiful campground. We would stay here again.