This place has seen its better days. Compared to the other campgrounds in the area it is pretty run down. The pull through sites are really close together but are level. The interior roads need a lot of work and, if it rains, they turn into mud. When this campground is empty then there are plenty of places to walk your dogs but, when it is full, the spots would be very limited. We won't return here.
Anyone that rates this campground at 8 or higher really needs to get out more. The sites are dirt and gravel and many have deep ruts which will make leveling difficult. The interior roads are also dirt and gravel and badly in need of repair. When it rains, which is quite often, the entire CG turns to mud. There is no swimming pool, the wifi is slow, there is one trash receptacle in the park and they empty it every couple of days at 3:30 AM so don't park close to it. On the plus side, the sites are good-sized and the park has a very convenient location to go to the outlets or downtown.
The sites in this park are good. Fairly long and level but somewhat close together. The biggest problem that we had was with low voltage at the park. We have three A/C's and have never had a problem running all of them until we stayed here. One of them kept shutting down and when I complained to the office, their reply was that you can't run three air conditioners on 50 amp service. Well that may be the case with their 50 amp service but every other park we stay at supports three A/C's. We were just staying overnight so it wasn't a big deal but if you have a big rig and are going to spend some time here in the summer you need to be aware of this problem.
This is the third time we have stayed here over the past five years and they just keep improving things. We stayed in a premium site and it had a nice patio, a fireplace, a table with umbrella and a firepit. The sites are all good length and looked to be very level. They have a nice pool and lots of things to do, and the staff is friendly and helpful. About the only negative is that their interior roads could use some work but overall this is a very nice place to stay.
This is a very nice CG but the reason I rated it a 7 is because the roads are dirt and there is a lot of dust and the Wifi is spotty at best. The sites themselves, especially the premium sites, are very nice. Level concrete pads with small patios or for the premium sites huge patios with a table, chairs and umbrella, a fire pit and a gas grill. Also the park has lots of trees and the shade is nice. We will definitely return.
The location of this campground is good for visiting the DC area but you are still 45 minutes from most attractions. The sites are fairly close together and of average length. They have a lot of different facilities including pools, hot tub, sauna,cafe, playground and also good areas for pets. They also have several bath houses throughout the park. Above average CG, good location, nice facilities but a bit worn down.
This CG is in a beautiful area but the only way it should get a high rating is if you are comparing it to a Walmart parking lot. The sites are crammed together and the interior roads are very narrow. The sites are gravel and I don't think there is a level site in the CG so bring your blocks. The cellphone reception is horrible and their wifi is slow. Also, there is not any good places to walk your dogs. On the positive side, it is very peaceful here, the staff is very friendly and it is 15 minutes from Monticello. Nice CG but pretty rustic.
Overall this is a nice CG but, if you have a big rig, be aware that the sites are tight and have a lot of slope. The CG itself is nice: good facilities, lots of shade and very quiet. The staff is friendly and extremely helpful. We would stay here again but would be a little more selective about our site.
The CG is very upscale. The pull through sites are at least 100 feet long. very private, but they are not real wide. Some of the back in sites are very nice, long and lots of trees but some of the other back ins are quite short. One problem with the pull throughs is that the electric outlet is centered on the site so you need a long cord. The internet connection is quite slow and the park is only about 25% full so when it fills up I would guess that the connection will be almost unusable. Finally, there isn't much to do in Williston and there really isn't anything close. If you are looking for a nice park to chill out in then this would be a good place.
This is an absolutely beautiful resort. The access roads are very wide and smooth and the sites are wide and level concrete slabs. Some sites even have bungalows on them. The only reason that I rated it a 9 is that the clubhouse, pool, restrooms etc. are very small for a resort of this size. They are planning to build a new clubhouse in the future which will make this a true 10. While we were there they were also adding tennis courts and a dog run. The owners are very active at the resort and are also very responsive. This is one of the outstanding RV Resorts in the country.
As mentioned, the owners are very nice and helpful but that is about it. The sites are quite unlevel. I had to reposition a couple of times to get close to level and, even then, I could not open some of the bay doors. The restrooms were filled with bugs and dirty. Definitely would not stay here again.
There isn't anything fancy about this park, but it is a good place to stay if you are visiting the area. The roads are packed gravel and easy to navigate. The sites are also packed gravel and the pull throughs are long and very level. Staff is quite helpful and very friendly. Only real negatives are no cable, and you have to pay for wi-fi. Close to the Flea Market and downtown. We would stay here again.
Nice CG for an overnight stop. The sites are extremely long with level concrete pads. The park is very clean and well maintained and the host was friendly and helpful. The only issue was that the trees prevented satellite reception but the cable hookup was good. Definitely would return.
The park is probably should be rated a 2 or 3 but Betty is a 10 so I guess it averages out to a 6. The park is a bunch of gravel sites that are packed very close together. They are level and have full hookups but there is nothing else. Betty is wonderful, the Happy Hour is a great place to meet people and she is a wealth of info. There is a lot to do in the area and Betty knows about everything. Unique experience, I'm not sure I would want to do it twice but once was a lot of fun.
If you want peace and quite do not camp here on a weekend. Apparently, weekend quiet hours begin Monday because they aren't enforced on the weekend. Golf carts and kids are constantly running around and loud music is everywhere. The park itself is quite nice with lots of amenities. The sites are level concrete pads but aren't very wide. Interior roads are narrow and cars and golf carts are parked everywhere. For some reason, this park insists on people wearing wristbands for security, probably the dumbest rule I've ever seen in a park. Too many rules, too much noise and too crowded. We won't be back.
There is no way this park should be rated a 10. The sites are gravel, including the patios, and very narrow. Interior roads are narrow with very tight turns and badly in need of maintenance. This is compounded by some campers parking their vehicles extending into the streets and the staff apparently doesn't care. Additionally, the park is right next to I-35 so there is a lot of road noise. If you must stay here try to get a site towards the back. For dog owners be aware there is very little grass but they do have a dog run. The best part of this campground is the staff. They are very friendly and helpful. We would not stay here again, it is highly overrated.
This is an outstanding RV resort and the grounds are beautiful and very well maintained. The sites are wide, long and level with good size patios. This park has all of the amenities you could want, including on-site coach washing and repair. Staff is very friendly and helpful with lots of recommendations about the area and restaurants. The Hill Country is a great place to visit and this resort makes it even better.
This is a 55 and older ownership park that has a combination of RV sites, one and two bedroom RV coach homes and single family casitas. It is a beautiful park, the sites are all level concrete pads and are wide and fairly long. Each RV site has a small coach house on it which is nice if you own but just takes up space if you rent. The facilities (clubhouse, showers, pool etc. are all very upscale been seem like they are rather small for a park this size. One thing to be aware of is that this park is close to the border and is a long way from anything. I rated it a 9 because it's nice but we've stayed in better parks. The rate reflects a free stay promotion.
This is a nice campground, the staff is very friendly and accommodating. It is very well maintained and the roads are packed gravel and tar and there is no dust. We stayed in one of the premium sites and they are quite large plus have a separate pad for your tow vehicle. Sites are level concrete and there is grass around every site. The non-premium sites are also concrete pads but they are very close together so go for the premium if you can. We went into San Antonio every day and it took from 15-20 minutes to get to the downtown attractions. Nice but nothing fancy but we would probably stay here again.
The campground itself is a 9. It is clean, well maintained, the sites are level concrete pads and are pretty good size. Interior roads are wide and smooth and the manager is extremely helpful. There is no cable TV but local stations are available on the antenna and there is no problem with satellite. The reason for the 7? We had several issues of both low and high power surges that resulted in our surge protector shutting down the power. If I had not had a surge protector it could have created serious problems. The issue was not a park issue, but is with the local power supplier, but it is an issue none the less. If you do not have a surge protector then beware.
It's really hard to find anything wrong with this CG. It's very convenient to I-65 but no problem with road noise. The sites are long and level and easy to get in and out of. The owner is very friendly and has made a lot of improvements since we last were here, including putting in a dog run. There is a train track close but it wasn't a big issue. Another nice thing is that there are restaurants within walking distance so you don't have to unhook. Highly recommended if you are in this area.
This park is average at best. The pull throughs are very long and fairly level with concrete pads. The back ins are short and requires that you park your tow sideways across the site. Park roads are paved but narrow. The entire park could use some care and maintenance. As mentioned before, the Wi-Fi is poor and the cable TV has only a few channels and is fuzzy on most of them. There are some nice parks in the area, but this isn't one of them.
This park needs a lot more amenities and a lot fewer rules. No cable TV, no regular TV channels available, no satellite if you are in one of the sewer sites, no pool, etc. The only thing they have is Wi-Fi and they indicate that you shouldn't stay on it long so others can use it. The owner seems more concerned about their rules than getting customers, which probably explains why the place was basically empty. Even so, they parked everyone right together with no room between the RV's. The sites are tight and not level. Do yourself a favor and go to the nearest Wal-mart. At least you will have a fairly level paved site.
This is a nice park if you are in one of the dozen or so premium sites. They are long and wide, have good size patios and are fairly level packed gravel. The other sites are short and very narrow and are not suitable for anything over 35'. The park is clean and in a good location but the interior roads are fairly narrow and could use some work. If you reserve one of the premium sites make sure that you get written confirmation of the site number otherwise you may not get the site you requested.
This is one of the older Outdoor Resorts, and it is a little less big rig friendly than some of the others, but it is still very upscale and very nice. The lots are beautiful. All are surrounded by mature trees and plants. All of the sites are paved with nice patios and include furniture. The office staff is outstanding and go out of their way to be helpful. Finally, the location is great for exploring the island. If you have a Class A or C motorhome I would highly recommend this resort.
This isn't a resort location but it is a very nice park for an overnight stop. All of the pads are concrete and fairly level pull-throughs that are long enough to leave your tow attached. It is very close to I-95 but road noise isn't a problem. If you have to use the facilities you need to request a site near the front because they are a long way from the rear of the park.
This is a nice park with owners that are extremely friendly and accommodating. The sites are grass and nothing fancy but they are long and wide and very easy to get in and out of. This area had a lot of rain but the sites were still firm. The park is right off of I-95 so road noise is a little problem. The only issue is if you are a big-rig towing make sure that you exit the same way you enter by going past the office. There is a very tight turn through concrete gates if you use the exit road.
How anyone could give this park a high rating is beyond me. It took 30 minutes to get checked in, they only had one person trying to check in 7 motorhomes. The sites are short, very short, and tight and there is really no room to park your tow vehicle other than right on the street. Also the sewers on a lot of the sites run uphill, not very well thought out. This is almost like staying in a Wal-Mart parking lot with hookups. Never again.
Be aware that there isn't a single level site in this park and most of the sites have fairly severe slopes which makes it very difficult to level. Otherwise the CG is very nice. Lots of shade, very quiet and well maintained. The sites are all paved but they and the interior roads could use some work. Great place if you have dogs.
Nice campground, all sites are concrete pads, the pull thrus are very long but pretty narrow. Staff is excellent and very helpful. Great park for dogs, they have a nice dog run plus a walk around the lake. The negatives are that the sites are close together, this is a big park and the one set of bathrooms can be a long way from many site and, it is hard to believe that a nice CG like this does not have cable TV.
First, this is not a park for big rigs. The sites that are long enough and level don't have sewer and you could not level a coach over 38' on the few sites that have full hookups. Otherwise. this is a decent CG that is well managed. The sites have good shade but are pretty close together and all of the sites are grass which could be a problem if it rains.
This is a really nice campground! It reminds me of a state park campground, but with full hookups. There are tall trees everywhere and lots of shade. The spots are long, packed gravel and pretty level. It is very close to I-57 but quiet and well worth the 15 minute drive from I-64. The owners are very friendly and have obviously spent a lot of time working on this campground. We will definitely return.
This is a beautiful well maintained resort on the shores of Table Rock Lake. It is a typical Outdoor Resorts property with concrete pads and wide smooth access roads and great views of the lake from almost every site. The negatives are no cable TV, the sites are a little short for big rigs but quite wide and you are a long way from Branson (45 minutes). But, if you are looking for a nice quiet relaxing upscale RV resort then you will enjoy it here.
The Passport America price is good but otherwise there is nothing special about this campground. They do not have cable TV, no Wi-Fi and no picnic tables. The pull thru sites are level and long enough to leave your tow attached. This park is a long way from the interstate for an overnight stop.
A really nice campground for an overnight stay. Pull throughs are long and level packed gravel and the cable and wi-fi work great. We called when we got off the interstate and the owner met us at the entrance and guided us to our site. If you don't want to unhook there is a nice restaurant next to the campground. We would definitely stop again.
This is a nice park, well maintained, lots of shade, nice size sites but it is not for big rigs. If you have a big rig make sure you call for instructions before you arrive. If you go to the office you may have to back out to the entrance road to get to your site. Also, be aware that this park has low voltage so you need a surge protector. Our power has cut off several times per day due to voltage of less than 104. The park claims it isn't their problem but it is still an issue. Finally, there is construction going on for several miles on the road to the park and the lanes are barely wide enought for a car let alone a motorhome. For smaller rigs this is a nice place but otherwise be prepared.
This is not a really great campground, but it is right next to the Grand Canyon so that makes it at least OK. As mentioned the asphalt is crumbling and the sites are not level. If you can get an end site you will have a little room but otherwise you're right on top of your neighbor. We found the Xanterra personnel to be very rude and arrogant, not only in the CG but also on the buses. They were not helpful, and they were bothered when anyone asked them for info. This park is OK for the couple of days it takes to see the Grand Canyon but not for any longer. By the way, if you have a big rig things are a little tight but manageable.
First, I have to qualify this review. We stayed in one of their 2 premium sites and they are very nice, pavers, propane grill, propane fire pit and patio furniture, so that is worth a few points. If we stayed in one of the normal sites this CG would be no more than a 5. It is dusty, there is NO grass and it is filled with rental units with campers who have little regard for speed limits which makes it even worse. Also, the park is on the other side of Moab from all of the National Parks so you have to go through town to get anywhere. Not a big deal but worth noting. For the most part the staff is friendly except for one rude individual who didn't want any suggestions. I agree with other reviewers. There are much nicer parks on the north side of town and, if we come back we would stay there.
This is a well maintained, well managed campground. The sites are packed gravel, fairly level but not very large. The biggest issue is that it is full of rental RV's and the occupants have no idea about RV etiquette. They ignore park speed limits, quiet times, and allow their kids to roam over everyone's sites. As a result, this is a very noisy, dusty place. The wifi is a little spotty even close to the office so I imagine it is weak in other areas. This would be a nice park to visit in May or September but not during summer vacation.
The best thing about this park is that many of the sites are shaded and since it has been over 110 degrees the last several days it has really helped. This park is well maintained, the sites are concrete and level and the interior roads are wide. The only real negative is the lack of pet areas and the staff doesn't seem overly concerned. We like the park but would not stay here again.
This park is a little tight for big rigs but manageable. The pull through sites are long enough to leave the toad attached if you are passing through and the concrete pads are level. The park has a lot of amenities and is quite close to downtown. A private caterer serves breakfast and BBQ dinner at the pavilion. The BBQ is not bad and is priced right. The park is easy to get to if you are passing through Salt Lake City.
About the only negative with this park is that the signage to help you find the park is poor and their entrance sign is hidden behind trees so you don't see it until you get to the entrance. Otherwise this is a great park. The staff is outstanding, premium sites are long, wide and level and the interior roads are wide asphalt. If you have dogs this park has some of the best walking trails that you will find anywhere. We would return to Yellowstone just to stay in this park.
This park is OK for exploring Cody for a couple of days, and is priced right. The sites are wide enough but if you have a big rig, you'll have trouble finding parking for your tow. The sites are gravel and level and the interior roads are paved but pretty tight. The staff are all very nice and helpful. Not real dog-friendly due to lack of areas to wlk them.
A really nice park, with very friendly accommodating hosts. Sites are a packed gravel and are perfectly level, a little narrow but pull through sites are long enough to leave a tow vehicle attached. Great place for an overnight stop. Close to I-80 but no road noise.
Fairly nice campground but it could use some work. The interior roads are narrow and have quite a few ruts in them. The sites are wide and long but several are not real level. I also noticed a lot of road noise from I-80 but with the A/C running it was fine. If you're over 40' with a tow this is very tight.
If nightly rate for this CG was $30-$35 then it would be an 8 or 9 but at $50 its just not that great. The sites are level concrete pads and the interior roads are wide and smooth making navigation easy but the sites are also very close together. There really isn't much to the park, no trees, no swimming pool, no activities that are available in comparable parks. One good thing is an onsite restaurant which is pretty good. This is a nice park but it sure isn't worth what they charge.
Beautiful COE park, lots of shade and very spacious sites. Not much in town, new Walmart and a couple of restaurants. There are a lot of areas for walking and biking and plenty of space for dogs. Only downside is that the park, especially near the lake, can be very wet.
Very nice park that is right on the river. Most of the sites are paved pull throughs with grass in between. Plenty of areas to walk including a beautiful walkway right along the river. Staff is very helpful, we had a problem with our 50 amp breaker and someone was there in 5 minutes to fix it. Only negative is that the interior roads could use some work. Nice place for some R&R.
Park is OK for an overnight stay but nothing special. The staff is friendly but pretty unorganized. The sites are all hard packed sand but they did very well in torrential rains. The interior roads are pretty rough and tight but manageable. They only have a few long sites and a few 50 amp sites so it may be wise to call the CG directly to confirm. Make sure you bring a good book along because they don't have cable and satellite is doubtful due to all of the trees. The campground is very quiet but it is also in the middle of nowhere. Pretty expensive for what you get, we won't stay here again.
First of all this isn't an RV resort ,unless all of the double wide park models had wheels I couldn't see. The park is overpriced and unorganized. The guy at the office couldn't find our reservation even after I showed him the confirmation. It was probably in the pile of papers on his clutterd desk. Park models are mixed with Motorhomes and fifth wheels with no apparent plan. Not a real dog friendly place unless you happen to be close to the dog park. There are a lot of nice RV resorts in the Naples area but this isn't one of them.
Outstanding RV resort and one of the friendliest that we have ever stayed in. Sites are all concrete and very level. The streets are wide and very easy to negotiate. The park is located in an upscale area with shopping and nice restaurants very close. For baseball fans the Mets training facility is within walking distance. The only negative is that there is no Wi-Fi.
Nice park but nothing special. Grass sites, the pull thrus are very long but the back in sites are pretty tight. Interior roads are narrow and some of the trees need trimming. It is an easy on/off from the interstate and the nearby seafood restaurant is good. We would overnight here again.
I was hesitant to rate this resort a 10 simply because it is only a little over half finished but, the fact is that, it is already one of the best resorts anywhere. The sites are very long, very wide, and very level and the access roads are paved and wider than most highways. The clubhouse is outstanding, it reminds me of a nice country club's clubhouse with a heated infinity pool, a hot tub, exercise room, sauna, locker room, movie theater and a great room. The staff is extremely friendly and go out of their way to make your stay comfortable. Probably the only negative was the weather, this ain't Florida, but otherwise this is as good as it gets. Highly recommended.
This is a nice campground for an overnight stop, but certainly not for a long term stay. The interior roads are gravel, and the sites have concrete pads. The sites are fairly long, but most are very tight. Cable and wifi worked well, and there are plenty of places to walk a dog. It is an easy on off if you are traveling Highway 45 through Alabama. We would stay here again for an overnight stop.
This is a nice campground, but it is nothing special. All of the sites are level pads and the pull throughs are long. The sites are narrow, but there is grass between them, and each site has a picnic table and grill on it. Security and lighting are excellent, plus there are a lot of spots to walk a dog. The only problems are that the cable has very few channels, and the connection for the local channels is not good, and the wifi is awful. This is not a bad campground for a short stay, but there are others in the area that are better.
This is a really nice park. All of the sites are paved as are the interior roads. The sites have full hookups, are quite spacious, and well shaded. The only negatives are no wifi; and satellite reception is iffy because of the trees. Bring a good book! The park is a little way from Hot Springs. If you like peace and quiet in a beautiful setting then this is the place.
CG is right next to I-80 so there is definitely a lot of road noise. We left our fan on so it helped to muffle most of it. Site are easy to get into and roads are wide. Very good park for pets and very handy for an overnight stop. Cafe has good burgers and reasonable prices. Only negative is that the sewer connections for a lot of the sites are uphill.
Nice park very close to the beautiful Badlands but there isn't much else around. The sites are nice sized and all are quite level and well shaded. Great dog run and exercise area, probably the best we've seen and staff is very friendly. Would camp here again if we are in the area.
If you are a family with kids then this is a very nice campground with tons of activities. Otherwise, this CG is very crowded and noisy with very short and narrow sites. Even with their "deluxe" pull throughs, finding a spot to park your toad is a challenge and the sites are so tight that your neighbor's campfire is right next to your coach. The roads are gravel and very tight due to the parking issues. They only have cable in a few deluxe sites and reception with an antenna is poor. If you are looking for peace and quiet in a beautiful part of the country stay away from this place.
Very nice campground with long, very level gravel sites. The interior roads are a little tight for big rigs but not a big problem. Sites are wide with plenty of room for slideouts. Many of their sites are in the trees so satellite reception is an issue but the owners try to put you in an open site if you request it. Very pet-friendly and the grounds are spotless. Probably the only negative is that it is not close to any stores or restaurants but it is also not close to trains, planes or highways so it is very quiet.
Huge CG that has back to back sites, but if they are not crowded then you have a very long pull thru. Roads and sites are gravel and they are easy to manuver. Wifi works well but it would be nice if they had cable. For a park this size there doesn't seem to be a lot of showers or restrooms. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a campground that has a lot of potential but they have a lot of work to do. The management is pretty rude about enforcing the speed limit for everyone but themselves. They insist on 5 MPH to keep the dust down but they could solve the problem by paving the interior roads. They have a paved road from the office to the entrance of the CG (about 1/2 mile) so I don't understand why they just didn't finish the project. The sites are nice with many of them backing up to the river and are a nice size. Unfortunately, many of the best sites are taken up by permanents or have no sewer and the dust is a real issue. This campground is pretty out of the way so unless you're in the area it's probably not worth the trip.
This campground has wide gravel sites and a couple of the sites have concrete pads. It is right next to the interstate but road noise isn't a problem. The interior roads are level and wide. The campground is older but has a lot of potential. The problem is that this is basically a one person operation and it is apparent that she can't keep up. There are signs of deterioration everywhere but it still isn't too bad. When we checked in we were told that the wifi was spotty but it has worked fine for us and we are as far from the source as you can get. It would be nice if they had cable but there are no trees so satellite works fine. We would stay here again.
Not a great park. Roads are tight and poorly maintained. The hookups are really screwy. In half of the sites the electric and cable are on the right side of the coach and they are really a stretch. Wi-Fi works occasionally and office staff is not real helpful. This could be a nice park with some work.
If you have a class A motorhome do not use this park. We scraped numerous trees with our roof both getting into and out of our site. We told the ranger that they really needed to trim a bunch of trees and he didn't even understand why. We also had trouble accessing the electric hookup and we have a 50 foot cord and that is a problem on most of the sites. If you have a tent or popup and you like mosquitos then this park is fine but be aware that, in addition to the fee, you have to pay another $8 for your MH and $4 for your toad. $41 is pretty high for a 30 amp connection with no sewer, water, cable or wifi.
Nice park for an overnighter but nothing special. Close to I-57, interior roads are tight and if the park is full the sites are fairly close together but when we were there it was pretty empty. Wi-Fi works good but cable channels are limited (NO ESPN) and satellite is iffy due to all of the trees. 17th Street Grill, which was voted best BBQ in the US is about two miles from the park and is a must visit. We'll stop here again but mainly for the BBQ.
The park facilities rate a 10. The sites are all large concrete pads with picnic tables and are easy to access. The pool, showers and grounds are all well maintained and the staff is both friendly and helpful. Wifi signal is strong and cable has limited channels but is fine. For pet owners the park is great. It has a dog park and lots of areas to walk. So why an 8 rating? The park is about 5 miles from Memphis Airport, the HQ of FedEx which flies at night. The noise is not real bad but if you're a light sleeper you will notice it. Overall, this is still one of the nicest parks that we have visited and we will definitely return.
This is now called the Lady Luck but the RV park is still there. Very nice new park, full hookups, several long concrete pull thrus, very quiet considering it is next to a casino. If you don't gamble there isn't much to do but this is a really good place for an overnight stopover. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park, but nothing special. The interior roads are tight. Even though the majority of the sites are pull-thrus, the roads are so tight you have to disconnect your toad to get into them. In addition most of the sites are very close together. When your neighbor's unit provides shade for your picnic table the sites are too close together. This park is also on the flight path of the airport. The good news is that it isn't a busy airport, the bad news is that it is a feeder airport so most of the flights are between 6:00AM and 7:00AM. On the positive side, there is a lot of shade and the office staff is very friendly and helpful. We would probably return here again because, unfortunately, this is probably the best park in the area.
This park is probably OK for an overnight stop but it is not a place that you want to stay any longer. It is close to I-20 and the owners try to hold several pull through sites for overnighters so they don't have to unhook. For longer stays, be aware that this park is very noisy, trains, barking dogs from the animal shelter next door and oil field workers coming and going at all hours. The park is also either very dusty or very muddy depending on the weather. The back in sites are poor, they are short and narrow and have no place to park your vehicle. If you really have to stay here then, unfortunately, it's the best choice around, otherwise, drive on by this campground.
This is a great campground and one of the main reasons is that it was designed by an RVer. It has wide, level concrete pads with patios and picnic tables on each site. There is thick grass throughout the park so mud is not an issue. It also has very wide access roads that make it easy to get into the sites. The cable and Wi-Fi work very well and the campground, including the restrooms, is absolutely spotless. The best thing about this park, however, are the owners. They live on site and are friendly and accommodating and are willing to go out of their way to help. Another great thing is that this park is only 5 minutes from shopping, groceries and Wal-Mart but it is very quiet. More parks should be designed like this one.
About the best thing that I can say about this campground is that the cable TV works. The sites are narrow, gravel and not level. Many of the sites are occupied by long term residents that haven't spent a lot of time on landscaping or anything else. We were parked right next to the wifi tower and it only worked occasionally so I can imagine how poor the connection is on the edges of the park. We were here for an overnight stay and I can assure you that we left as early as possible the next day. Do yourself a favor, save your $33 and park in a Wal-Mart parking lot.
For a short term stay (less than a month) this park is very expensive and is probably not worth the cost even though it is very nice. The monthly and seasonal deals are reasonable for a park like this. The sites are wide and level and each site has a large concrete patio. The amenities and activities are all first class and there are a lot of them available. The only real problem that we saw was that there seems to be some conflict between the modular home residents and the RV residents particularly with regard to pets. As a result, management has added a lot of rules, some of which are not really reasonable and this has upset many of the RV owners. Overall, however, this is a very nice park in a city that has a lot of shopping and restaurants.
The is certainly not the fanciest campground that we have stayed in but it is the most friendly. The sites are grass, fairly level and are a decent size. The staff is very friendly and also very helpful, they go out of their way to make sure everything is acceptable. They also have activities scheduled for almost every night. The golf course is not the greatest but it is certainly enjoyable and they have several events each week for the campers regardless of their skill level. We stayed there for two nights and met more people than we have met in a week in other parks. It is also a very pet -friendly park with lots of walking areas. On the down side, it is about 15-20 miles from any city and the power was a little low at times. Even so this was a great experience and we will definitely return for extended stays in the future.
This is a very nice campground with large level paved pads. It is not, however, a campground that is designed for overnight stays. The interior roads are fairly narrow and the sites are a little difficult to get in. For longer stays it is very good. There are several pools and clubhouses along with an executive golf course that is in very good shape. The park has a lot of park models and RV ports and is kept very clean. The downside for renters is that there is only wifi in the clubhouses. Additionally, it isn't really dog-friendly (not a lot of walking areas) but there are still a lot of pets in the campground. We would stay here again but only for a week or more.
This is an outstanding RV resort. The sites are wide concrete pads and all of the access roads are paved. The staff is excellent, very friendly and very enthusiastic about the park. It has good security and is extremely well lighted at night. So why the 8 rating. Several things -- no pool, limited cable channels and very few attractions in the town of Williston although a couple of large cities are within 20 miles or so. The owners are in the process of making a lot of additions and upgrades (including two pools) so this park is not a long way from being as good as it gets. Even with the issues we would definitely return.
Very nice park with easy access to I-10, but road noise didn't seem to be a problem. The owners are very friendly and helpful and the park is very clean. Nice size sites that are fairly level with good shade. The cable offers lots of channels and wifi worked great. They also have many areas to walk pets.
This is the worst park that we never stayed at. We didn't stay because we couldn't get past their reservation process. The only reason I gave it a one was because there is no zero offered. I called to make a reservation for a one night stay. Before I said anything the very rude employee told me to hold that she was busy. For about three minutes I got to listen to her talking to someone about their bill. When she finally came back on I gave her the date that we needed and she told me to hang on. She left the line open so now for five minutes I heard her talking to someone about the weather and the golf course. She then came back on and asked me the date again and told me they had three sites available so I made the reservation. That afternoon she left a message for me that she had made a mistake and they didn't have anything available so she cancelled my reservation. My guess is that she did me a favor. Aside from her incompetence she was extremely rude so I can only imagine what it would have been like to stay here.
The campground is very clean with excellent security. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and there were a lot of activities available. This is a pretty pricey place for an overnight stay but they have a lot of specials for extended stays that are reasonable. The only downside is that the sites are narrow and fairly close together.
Very convenient location with long level sites. The management is very friendly and helpful. This is an excellent park for overnighting and, if you do, make sure that you go to Lambert's Restaurant. It's right down the road and they offer a shuttle to and from the park.
This is a very nice COE park in a beautiful setting right on the Arkansas River. The sites are spacious and level and several of the sites have picnic tables under roof. Unfortunately, the management of this park does not live up to the standards of other COE campgrounds. When we arrived we asked the lady at the ranger station where our site was located. Her comment was "haven't you ever been here before?" After getting hooked up we noticed that the water pressure was very low. We said something about it and were told that happens sometimes (no explanation). Then in the evening the pressure dropped to a trickle and there were no rangers or office staff to be found. The next morning a ranger finally came around and his explanation was "yeah, we don't know why that happens sometimes". As you can imagine the toilets had all overflowed and by mid-morning, when we left, nothing had been done about either the water pressure or the toilets. If you plan on camping here, ask about the water pressure and find out how you can contact someone in the event of a problem.
Very nice park that is close to Branson but away from all the congestion. The sites are gravel and, considering that the park is on the top of a mountain, fairly level. All of the sites have picnic tables, our site has three, and grills. The staff is very friendly and helpful and have lots of suggestions about shows and restaurants. Also, there is a reason this park has its name. They have two viewing decks and the view from them is spectacular. The only negative is that the internet has been a little spotty at times.
For an overnight stay this park is about as good as it gets. It is close to the interstate but noise isn't a big problem. The sites are all level concrete pads that are easy to get in and out plus they are long enough that we were able to leave our toad connected. The park is spotless and the owners are very helpful and friendly. An added feature is the fact that there are at least 8-10 restaurants within walking distance. I told the owner that he should franchise this concept.
This is a beautiful, well-maintained park with sites that are very easy to access. There are a few sites on concrete pads but the sites that have gravel pads are quite level. The park does not have cable and, because of the many tall trees, satellite reception is a challenge. When we stayed there the park was not real busy and the manager was very accommodating in finding us a site with a clear view for our satellite. When the park is busy, I suspect that it could be very difficult to find a site where the satellite would work. This park has one of the best dog runs that we have seen. It is very large and is completely covered with grass. Getting in and out of the park is a little difficult due to the heavy traffic but there is an alternate route into Charleston that is longer but takes a lot less time during the rush hours. We loved Charleston and would definitely stay here again.
If you are able to stay in one of their premium sites (#1-#5)then this park is very good. Those sites have level concrete pads, have beautiful views and have a good Wi-Fi connection. Unfortunately, we were not able to get into one of those sites and, as a result, this park is very average. The other sites are gravel, not level and the Wi-Fi does not work. Additionally, as mentioned by others, the access road is narrow and a real challenge and I would not recommend doing it with a toad attached. Another issue that we found was that the park was not really dog-friendly. There are several walking paths but they are pretty rugged and are overgrown with weeds and, since the park is on top of a mountain, there are not a lot of places for pets to do their business. On a positive note the owner was very friendly and helpful and the restrooms are quite clean. If we could stay in one of the premium sites we would definitely stay here again but, otherwise, we would pass.