This park is close to everything. The managers guided us into our site and were very friendly. The TV reception was not the greatest, but the park was quiet and clean. Well worth the $20, which is hard to find these days especially near a big city. We would return.
We stopped here for just one night, but wish we had time to stay longer. The road going down to the campground entrance is steep, but certainly do-able with a 40 ft motor home. We parked in what the sweet gentleman called the "honeymoon suite" for which he charged nothing extra because they were not busy. The site pulls right up to a deck that overlooks the stream. Ducks eat right out of your hand. We were far from the office so could not get Wi-Fi reception, but the site was so beautiful that it was worth driving up to the office and using my computer in my car. We would certainly return and would pay full price for that site if necessary.
This is an old campground with mostly long term sites, however, the short stay area is away from the rest and directly on the ocean. The sites are very large and divided by split rail type fences. Compared to the other campgrounds on the island, this looked to be the best. The office help had little knowledge of the area and were rather too laid back-"the sites might be muddy so pick whichever one you want". The office smelled terrible. If you want to see the wild ponies, this is as good as it gets.
We stayed here as it is only 20 minutes to Annapolis Naval Academy. The sites were poorly marked, and some had huge puddles. The office staff was very slow, and the check-in took more than 15 minutes as the woman was on the phone and evidently the other person couldn't check us in. Many long term sites. Cable was on and off constantly. Campground is in need of updating.
The only reason I rated this as a 9 was because the road to the campground is extremely narrow and very winding-very winding. The campground itself is absolutely spotless, and the sites were level and roomy. The fall foliage there was beautiful as is the surrounding area. The staff was very helpful and professional. The campground is about half an hour from the QVC Studio which provides tours for $7.50-a little high,but a different take.
We paid for two nights, but we left after one. The "Pull Thru" had too sharp a turn so we had to back in. Since this campground was in the middle of nowhere, it is easy to get lost and the roads in the area are very winding and narrow. We had to call the campground for directions and they couldn't tell us how to get there when we were actually only 10 miles away. The man at the office acted like he didn't want to be there at all. Our spot was very isolated and pitch dark. Thankfully we got satellite reception. There are many long term and storage spots which makes it an eyesore. Skip this one.
We stayed at this park last year and enjoyed it. The park has been sold and the sites are being sold as RV lots (for very high prices). Strange cars drove through daily-checking out the lots, most likely but it left us a bit uneasy. We were somewhat disappointed in the upkeep of the park this year and the pool was either closed or too cold and they advertise it as heated. The bushes between the park and the busy street have been trimmed way down so it was also much noisier. The manager got angry and yelled at us because we had trouble with the WiFi.
Road to the upper sites was tricky with a Big Rig but possible. You must unhook at the office. Park needs lots of work. Office staff pleasant but either we were overcharged for a back-in or the price was outrageous for this park. There are not many parks in this area and the drive to West Point was 45 minutes.
Pioneer RV Park is 3 miles from Super Wal-Mart and Outlet Shopping but has the isolated desert atmosphere. Close to US17 but not noisy. Hot air balloons launch several times a week from the desert right next to park. Forty pull throughs, but mostly a seasonal adult community. Monthly reservation age minimum is 42. Indoor pool and Jacuzzi. Many activities and very clean, friendly and quiet. A hidden treasure if you love the desert. Twenty minutes to Phoenix attractions.
We didn't stay at this campground to learn much about it-our worst experience ever. The ad says easy on and off Interstate but does not mention the dirt road that leads you over a very unstable looking bridge (we never should have chanced it) into what resembles someone's abandoned back yard. Abandoned was true-not a soul around or a sign saying to pick a site. The steps leading up to the office had plants on them to block anyone from getting into the office. We left a message on their voice mail and while we waited for a return call, we decided to vacate the premises. Later our call was apologetically returned by a woman who had been at a library meeting who assured us she does not do business this way. Yes, we had a reservation but you can bet we will never make another one at this nightmare place.
This is a spotlessly clean, modern resort with a very cordial and helpful staff. A beautiful community room with a huge fireplace, tv, kitchen and even a trade a book library was decorated for fall. The spaces were wide enough for 3 slide-outs and we had no trouble at all maneuvering throughout the park. There is a shopping center close-by and a 12 mile drive on this same street takes you straight into downtown Denver. We have been fulltiming for over a year now and rate this resort very high on our list of favorites.
Sites are very narrow on dirt or grass. Entire place, although clean enough, needs sprucing up. Staff not really friendly. Good spot for rv factory tours. Amish, Mennonite area so everything is closed on Sunday. Shipshewana has flea market and nice shops but is 20 miles from here and remember, everything is closed on Sunday.
Close to interstate but quiet, very clean, well landscaped, could not get satellite signal and only 3 local stations, many seasonal campers in separate section mostly but nicely cared for sites. Passport America. Would definitely stay again.
Unbelieveable park! New private showers, beautiful grounds and views. Onsite store-fully stocked with reasonable prices, gift shop and onsite restaurant. Hayrides and creatively themed weekends. Fire rings. There were mostly young families here-we are retirees-but with so many activities for the children, you hardly know they are here. Park taken over 2 years ago by energetic couple who know what we like. Prices range from 23 to 51 dollars- higher than we usually pay, but worth it.
Very well managed, family-owned park. Spotless laundry, etc... and nicely maintained landscaping. Quiet,yet convenient to all attractions. Would be a 10 except we were in the pull thru section where there is no shade and it got very hot. Other sites have nice shade.
This park should be a 10 not a 5. The setting is so serene with deer (we saw 3 together), rabbits, etc. There are boat launches, swimming areas, trails and an injured animal rehab center. Unfortunately, the park has not been kept up. The pavillions and bath houses were rotting away, and the washers and dryers were covered with rust. No one seems to be working too much either. The fellow riding the lawn mower didn't move the picnic table (which by the way was too warped to use), to do a proper job and the mower kept hitting rocks, one of which struck our MH. All the bushes needed trimming and if I had a rake, I would have cleared the leaves and debris off my site myself. I heard the state will be renovating this park. I hope so. This is a sin!
Brand new park. Huge sites(30x70) that include cement patio/furniture, extra parking space, many plantings, and sod grass. Hard packed roadways and sites. Pleasant, helpful staff. Right on Rt. 219 but no traffic noise. Short 15 min. drive to safe, clean, downtown Montgomery and all its history.
Beautiful tall, trimmed pines. Quiet, yet convenient to I-10 and I-59. After having been closed for 3 years, new owners have made unbelievable improvements-new all tiled showers, some cement pads, gorgeous welcome center with hardwood flooring, big screen TV and cafe, porch with wooden gliders overlooking olympic size pool. Staff guides you into very large sites and are very helpful and friendly. Don't miss this one!
Stay Away. Office smells like dog grooming parlor. Grungy laundry on honor system - leave dollar in cup. Nearest supermarket is 7 miles and 20 miles to Wal-mart. Mostly long term fifth wheels with low class residents and I'm no snob. Beach is short walk-clean, beautiful, fishing jetty but not enough to get me here again.
One of my favorites. All new, immaculate, big sites, vary helpful, friendly staff, private showers, swap library, complimentary breakfast with the best waffles ever. Beautiful landscaping. Right off I-10 yet quiet. Passport America won't last long here. Have been twice and will return.
Very close to busy highway with no fence for protection or noise control. So noisy that we could not hear TV or sleep. Laundry needs updating and cleaning. Owner nice but not always available. Dire need of landscaping and good clean up.