Nice older park, clean but sites are very narrow and close together. Hookup are at the very rear of the site, so extensions are needed if you are a big rig towing. Not very convenient for a quick overnight stay.
I guess I am different from the other reviews. We found this GC old and outdated. No Cable, too many trees for Satellite, only 4 OTA stations 60 miles away and more bugs than I care to deal with. Sites were not very level and it took some work to level. Our site was mostly dirt and NOT worth $44.00 a night. We left the next day for an ocean view site at a different park for half the price and twice the amenities. This would not be my choice again for Bar Harbor or Acadia Park.
This is what we look for when travel, a perfect park, river front campsites and close to plenty of attractions. Nice "green" grass for walking the dog. Beautiful falls colors also a big plus. I cannot believe GS only gives this park a 7 rating. We left park to come here that GS rated a 7.5 and it was a 4. Moose River is a 10 in my book. We paid for a premium site which included a paved patio, table and padded chairs, firewood and morning paper. The park is spotless with seasonal decorations everywhere. Seasonal locals come over to welcome you upon your arrival and really make you feel welcome. A tour package is given upon your arrival that will keep you busy for days. We will be extending.
New owners (nice people) have owned the park 3 years, but have done NOTHING to upgrade. They did change the name, but have not changed the sign on the highway, so it is very confusing to find. This park has not seen a load of gravel in 30 years, most of it is washed out leaving un-level sites. Cable has three poor quality channels and too many tree for satellite. Bring lots of bug spray, they are terrible. How Good Sams can give this park a 7.5 rating is beyond me. We stayed one night and left.
Very nice owners, but a very small and tight park. The sights are so close together you can hear your neighbors talking inside of their RV's. Salisbury Beach is Filth with many tourist businesses boarded up. We wound up going into New Hampshire to beautiful, clean beaches. The nice owners cannot make the park larger or clean up Salisbury Beach. I would not stay here again.
It is a perfect as everybody says it is. If wasn't so expensive I would have rated it a 10, but when you are the only game it town, you set your own price. The park itself is a 10. Easy day trip to Baltimore as well.
South Forty explains how far the hookups are from your rig. If you intend to stay here (I wouldn't) be ready for extensions for your hookups. There is an EXTRA charge for EACH hookup you will require. Wi-Fi is ONLY available in the office and not at the camp sites. This is an old, defunct KOA and no improvements have been made except the rating in the Good Sam's directory. I would pass on this one.
Old run down KOA very neglected. Dirt sites and muddy dirt roads. No Wi-Fi and air card would not work in this area. Very buggy, mosquitoes are huge biting right through clothing! If you do stay here request one of the sites in back, they are saved for snowbirds and do have some grass. One night was enough for us.
This is an absolute perfect park in every way. Unbelievable resort that you would expect to pay $65. per night. Level, large concrete pads on all sites, patio tables and grills at each site. 15 minutes to Jekyll Island, 20 minutes to St Simon Island. What a gem this park is. We stopped for a day and spent 3, hated to leave. We will be back! There is nothing to complain about on this park, it is perfect! What a gem!
It's an OK park, but the sites are way too close together for our liking, much like a refugee camp. It is also very buggy, for what they charge you would think they could spray once in awhile. However it is the only park in Tybee Island so they can do what they want and charge what they want. The restroom is a portable trailer and has been expanded with port-a-potties. Not what you would call first class. Bring lots of dollar bills, there is no free parking on Tybee Island. Parking meters are everywhere even in front of some of the restaurants. It is 15 miles to Savannah with a couple of nice restaurants in between. Nice location, but I wouldn't come back.
This park is a long way from what I would call a Resort. Dirt streets, sand lot sites, no water front as stated in the ad, the beach is across the highway, no Wi-Fi. No grass area for pets. Heavily wooded making the sites very dark and gloomy. Not even close to being worth the price they charge. It is raining and the sand is sticking to everything and splashing up on the motor home. I would pass on this one.
Fantastic park with so many activities. Transportation is a must as the park is so large. Large spacious packed gravel sites. Park is well maintained, restrooms were pressure washed twice during our 4 day stay. Nice swimming beach across the inlet. The park has won the "Top in FL State Parks" 2 years an a row and the award is well deserved. One caution, the bugs were BAD. Bring Avon Skin So Soft for the no-see-em's and bug spray for mosquitoes. An outdoor fan to keep the bugs away is almost a must as well. Overlook the bugs and it is a perfect park.
Super large sites! Nicely laid out with ample room between sites, one of the nicest layouts we have seen for a State Park. Perfectly level packed crushed gravel sites with huge patio and fire ring area. Lots of grass between sites. The park is only a year and a half old, the bathrooms are like new. Newly planted trees so there is no shade. Close to Jupiter with fantastic beaches and restaurants. Florida Seniors receive 1/2 off. If it had mature trees, this park would be a 10.
Not worth the price they charge. Office help was new to the area and didn't know where anything was. Some sites have been upgraded, but they have not bothered to connect the cable, but still charge full price. Many old seasonal trailers that are parked here full time, park looks like a storage yard. Only a few paved sites, the rest are dirt or some grass. Our site was infested with fire ants. This is an old, starting to look tacky park. We drove out to Sebastian SP and Long Point County park just down the road, both were three times nicer, on the water with plenty of activities.
This place was a joke. It is rated a 8.5 in Good Sam's and that is criminal. The ad also states "Big Rig Friendly" not true! I had to unhook just to get through on the narrow roads. We had a pull through site that was also a joke. I had to pull in and out several time to clear the trees. There is no cable TV, antenna service is marginal, cell service was terrible on both AT&T and Verizon. The Wi-Fi is almost non-existent and we were in the front row. The sites are mostly dirt, small and you have the feeling of a "sardine in a can." 90% of the park are seasonals that have not washed their trailers in years. Would never stay here again, even for free.
Beautiful setting and great location, close to everything. Nice lake just across the street. OK size sites and level, however very outdated. Full hookup sites are side by side and only 30 amp. For the water and electric sites, the hookups are at the road. You either pull in facing the bushes, or have long hoses and electric cable. There are goose droppings everywhere attracting 1000's of flies. It was so bad, we could not sit outside any of the four evenings we were here. Sitting inside was made easier as the cable TV and Wi-Fi did work well, as well as a clear shot for satellite, however we are not inside campers and want to be outside. Fly netting is a must if you want to grill outside. If not, the Harbor Haus is an excellent restaurant. If we were coming to the area again, I would stay at the state park West Campground 1/2 mile away with 50 amp and paved sites which are huge and more private. It looks from the other posts the owner has raised his rates to increase the P & L as the Campgrounds are listed "for sale."
We moved after our first nights stay to a nice large 50x70 site that views the lake with full hookups including 50 amp. The lake shore sites have no sewer, but one row back does. We are on site 698, it has been great so we extended for a week. Our site was nice grass on hardpack, making a clean and level site. This is a very clean and well kept park and most roads at camp sites are paved. There is a nice swimming beach, pool, and tons for kids to do. The road in the park is a little strange, very confusing but OK once you get to your site. The Wi-Fi is a paid site at $4.00 a day. Now that I know the park, I would come back.
Good Sams rated this as a 9.5 park. Whoever wrote that review should be fired. This park has a beautiful setting, but that is as far is it goes. There is no cable, too many trees for satellite, and very weak antenna signals. Wi-Fi did not work, sites are not level and hard to even stand up on. There is no room between sites and side by side hookups on top of that. This is the worst high rated park we have ever stayed at. Absolutely no services for the prices they charge. I would pass on this one.
Nice new park opened in May 2010. 6.5 miles to Niagara Falls and easy access. Large sites and well spaced out, all sites were level, what a nice change. Everything is fresh and new. A few drawbacks are no pull through, but the size of the sites make it worth backing in. Being a new park, no shade trees. Wi-Fi repeater did not work in the back of the park and the owner acted like he could care less, possible a third party service. We were there for 2 days and it never worked. Price jumps from $50 for 30 amp to $66 for 50 amp service, which is quite high. Hopefully the new parks owners will get realistic. After seeing the other parks in the area, we would stay here again in a heart beat.
This is an old KOA; great place if you tent camp. If you need hookups this place is the pits! New owner has a lot of work to bring this place up to standards. He told me that the campground was dropped by Good Sams this season. The few hookup sites (30 amp) are dirt, no grass left. The one and only 50 amp sites does not have sewer. The campground is miles from anywhere and hard to get to on narrow farm roads with no signs to direct you. The only true statement in the ad was the wi-fi did work; the rest of the ad is very misleading. Pass on this one unless you are tent camping and just want to be out in the country.
Do not believe their ad in the Camp Ground Directories. Maple Grove is one of the tightest "sardine cans" I have ever stayed in. There is no pet walk unless you go out into a seedy ally outside of the park. Not a safe place you want to walk at night. There is no room between sites and the sites are back to back unless you have a big rig then you occupy two sites, if you can even get into the site in the first place. Maple Grove is located in a very seedy area of town, not an area we felt comfortable in at all. Do yourself a favor and don't even consider this park, it is a BIG ripoff. We tried to leave early, however they do not give refunds. My fault for paying for 3 days up front, never again. The Wi-Fi does not work unless you are 3 sites from the office. One of the worst parks we stayed at on that trip which was 9,000 miles.