Pretty spendy at $54 but we got the Passport America rate of $27 which wasn't to bad. Each site has a concrete pad which is practically level plus a picnic table. We had to unhook our towed as the services were at the back of the site. Great if you have a towable unit not so much for motor homes. The grounds between sites are mostly covered with ground cover. This park is very close to I-5 so easy on, easy off was no problem. Right across the street from the Flying J. Might stay here again but only if they continue to use Passport America.
Nice RV park. The sites are packed dirt with pea gravel on top, very neat. The bathrooms/showers look brand new and are extremely large and clean. The laundry is a public laundry and it is also brand new. One fifty to wash and 25 cents for 6 minutes to dry in very large dryers. The park is a little pricy. If you want to use the pool or Jacuzzi you need to go to the hotel. We would stay here again if ever in this area.
No credit cards accepted, cash or check ONLY. We were in #16 which was good for the satellite. Most of the sites are front to back (2 units per site). Don't care for that, if you are in the rear and the person in front is staying longer than you, you must back out. This could be a problem if you have a towed. Easy on and off I-5. Great view of Mt. Shasta. Have stayed here before and would stay again if passing through. Good for an overnight.
Nice RV park, $30 for 30amp and $37 for 50amps. The water pressure is 100 psi so be sure to bring a water regulator. The office staff was very nice. When we called for a reservation we were told there were no 50 amps available but when we got here I asked again and they gave us the one right across from the office so it pays to check when you arrive. All sites are concrete and very wide. You have enough room for your slides, awnings and a small car/jeep. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a beautiful park right on the Methow River. Lots of trees. We stayed in #42 so we could get out satellite. Beautiful sites which are gravel with grass in between each site. Each site has a picnic table and a fire ring. Very well maintained park. Lady in the office was very nice and escorted us to our site. Didn't use the facilities, but the brochure states the laundry is $2 to wash and $1.50 to dry (45 minutes). There is a $5 charge for early arrival. We will definitely stay here again if in the area.
Would of give this park a 10 but the Wi-Fi was spotty. Beautiful landscaping with grassy area between each site plus a picnic table. Also large grass areas through-out the park. The office was immaculate and the owner was extremely helpful. This park is approximately 19 miles from Livingston where you will find restaurants and grocery stores. Make sure you use a water regulator as the pressure is 60 psi.
Getting into this park is a little testy. The sites are close together, so it's tight if you are in a big rig, which we are. There are a lot of trees so getting your satellite might be a little difficult. Luckily we were here early and the trees didn't have many leaves. We were in site #4. Didn't get to the laundry room or the bathrooms so I can't comment on those. We would stay here again if ever in the area.
Very nice park beside the fairgounds. Paved streets, concrete sites, picnic tables and bar-b-ques. Laundry has 2 washers and 2 dryers only for $1.25 each. Great staff and close to whatever you need. Would stay here again when in the area.
Really cute little park owned by the City of Elgin. A very friendly camp host showed us to our site. Excellent satellite coverage and Verizon cell phone. The bathroom/shower room is individual and spotless. The laundry room is also spotless with 2 washers and 2 dryers at $1.00 each. Gravel driveway/sites with grass in between. Deer roam through the campsites in the morning and evenings. Close to town, gas stations and an interesting LITTLE grocery store. If you have time I would hightly recommend that you take a day trip to the beautiful town of Joseph 50+ miles up the road. We would stay here again if we're ever in the area.
This is a very nice park. We parked on the back side (site F-12) and had great satellite reception along with our Verizon air card. Lots of beautiful flowers. Sites are gravel with nice grass yards between each site. The utilities aren't in the best place, we have 35'of hose out to connect to the water.
We have family in the area plus we also have a summer job at Yellowstone so this is where we stay to visit and before we head down to the job. It is still considered winter here so the park is a little run down. Each site is gravel with a grassy area in between plus a picnic table. There are a lot of trees at some of the sites. We stayed in #43 and had good satellite reception (Direct) and cell phone coverabe (Verizon). The camp is on the frontage road off I-90 with easy off and on. You are escorted to your site by the owners who are very friendly. We will stay here again when in the area.
We arrived before the park was actually open, that's why the low rate. We had a pull-through with FHU's. The roads are gravel and the sites are grass. I can't comment on the bathrooms or laundry as nothing was open. This is right outside the entrance to Devil's Tower National Monument. The whole area is beautiful. We would return if we are ever in this area.
Not a bad RV park. The sites and roads are gravel with grass in between. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit. All the facilities were closed for the season. Lots of wind as there is nothing to block it. Would stay here again if ever in the area.
We've stayed here before. All sites are gravel with grass between each site. There is a bar-b-que at each site plus a picnic table. Each site has a tree but it is not very big. Good satellite reception and Verizon cell coverage. The laundry is $1.00 each. There are a couple of restaurants across the street. We would stay here again if in the area.
The site are pretty level but no gravel only dirt. If no one is in the office pick a site and the owner will get with you later. Good for an over night. Very small town (approx 300 people) so you would only come here for a reason.
The pull-thru's are located in the upper area. The grounds are gravel and almost level. Our Verizon air card and cell phone was very limited with only 1 bar on the phone and 1-2 on the air card so we used their Wi-Fi which worked great. Was concerned about getting the satellite since we parked next to the tree but it did hook on. The staff was very friendly and was escorted to our site.
If you have an RV plan on using the Gibson Gate. This is the gate that the city buses uses and it's much wider. We stayed in the new section - very wide gravel sites with plenty room to park your vehicle. They also have propane available by the office which is a plus. Well stocked commissary but somewhat small exchange. We will be back if we're in the area.
We are only here to visit the "Trinity Site" which is only open 2 weekends per year, once in April and one in October. The park is nothing to write home about, just a gravel lot with hookups. The road coming in from town is a little hairy if you're traveling in a big rig. This is not a destination stop, nothing here.
We stay here every year on our way to Arizona. It's a very nice park and well maintained. The office personnel were very friendly. Free coffee and donuts every morning. Good satellite reception and Verizon cell phone coverage. Each site has orange trees that are usually full of oranges. Full hook-ups, gravel pull through sites. Would have given it a 10 if there were a concrete patio and picnic table. Two laundry facilities. Will stay here again.
Not a bad place to stay. We have an air card from Verizon and it worked sometime. Nice bar but no dinners except on Wednesday and sometime on Fridays. We stayed here so we could visit Sequoia but couldn't get up to the trees due to snow. Wrong time of the year. Large wide spots, 50 amps, water and dump station. We would stay here again if ever in the area.
Water pressure is very low. We had an excellent Friday night dinner for $12. The camping is kind of rough, gravel and sand and the approach road is tough and very steep but it's a good place to stay if you are visiting Yosemite. My husband said he would be there again but I'm not that sure.
This is the first Elk's that I have been in that doesn't supply water at the sites. Make sure you come with a full tank of water. The parking lot looks like it would be easy to level the RV but it isn't. We ran out of air and couldn't level front to back so bring some blocks. The lodge is nice and close to US 97. We would stay here again but only for a few days.
The sites are gravel and pretty close to level. Each site has a picnic table and BBQ and a nice grass area. There is a tree on each site. It's just a basic campground. Didn't check out the bathrooms or laundry facility. We were only here for the night on our way to Oregon. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
I would have given this park a 10 but we arrived after a rain storm and the sites were full of water. Other than that this park deserves a big WOW. Roads are paved, sites are gravel with a long concrete patio, picnic table with grass along the side. Good satellite reception, Verizon cell works great. Didn't use the Wi-Fi as we have an air card. Very large clubhouse with kitchen, large TV and fitness center. We would stop here again if we are in the area.
This is about the best RV park we have ever stayed in. The grounds are very well maintained. Spaces are gravel and mostly level along with an area to park your vehicle. Each site has a concrete patio plus a picnic table. This park backs up to the National Forest which results in lots and lots of mosquitoes. Make sure you bring your spray. There are 3 laundry facilities along with the restroom areas. Of all the RV parks in West Yellowstone this is the best and also the most expensive. There is no weekly price or monthly price. If you stay for a week or a month you must multiple the daily rate. The pull through sites are more expensive than the back ins.
We stayed for 4 nights as we had friends that were Workampers at the park. The sites are gravel with a grassy area in between the sites. Lots of large trees at the site. The laundry is expensive. There is a small store, but it's limited. There is an additional section with water and electric only which is much nicer. We'll stay here again if in the area.
First of all: the $13 was based on a monthly charge. Secondly: make darn sure you want to stay here as there are NO REFUNDS!!! Now lets get into it. We arrived for a 5 month commitment. Our assigned spot was not available as it was covered with 3 feet of snow, so we were put in another spot which was nothing but a bunch of mud. We were to stay here until the snow melted. There was no water in the park as the pipes were broken due to the freeze. We had no internet (we have an air card) plus we couldn't connect to our air card. We only had 1 bar on our Verizon cell phone. Actually the park really wasn't ready to be opened although they were accepting RV'ers. My husband had a job for the season in West Yellowstone which is 17 miles one way. Since we are full-timers and need internet and phone, we decided to go into West Yellowstone to see if we could find a spot, which we did. (It is 2-1/2 miles from his job.) So back to Island Park to explain to the owner that we had to move, and asked for our $305 check back. He only had the check for 2 hours at most. We were ok with him keeping the $100 deposit. He would not refund our $305 check. So, please make sure you are happy at this RV park as there are no REFUNDS. They have a very large laundry, but the machines are very old. You are 17 miles from West Yellowstone for shopping purposes. We will never stop at this RV park again.
This is a very nice Elks club. Strictly for Elk members and their guests. The RV section is at the back of the parking lot and asphalt. The sewer hookup is a little difficult since it is elevated. Other than that it's a great place to stop. They give the new arrivals one drink at no cost. We will definitely come back here if we're in this area.
I'm not impressed. First of all let me say that the gentleman in the office was very friendly but that is as far as I would go. The office was dirty and smelled like cat. Road are in need of repair with pot holes. We were in #24 and couldn't get satellite. There are plenty of trees for shade. There was snow on the ground when we arrived plus it had been snowing for 3 days along with rain. I'm sure it's a nicer area in the summer time. We won't be staying here again. Very expensive for what you get.
We stay here every year when we come to Lancaster to visit with family. This is for Elk members and their guests only. They have lowered the price from $17 to $15 per night. We will stay here again when we come through Lancaster. The Elks is close to almost everything you could need or want.
This is a great Elk's. We stayed here for the month of October. They have a laundry on site which is a plus for us even though there are only 2 washers (front loaders) and 2 dryers $1.50 each. The only requirement is don't park on the asphalt next to your RV: to thin. Be careful in the bar, they pour a very large stiff drink. You definitely get your money's worth at the bar. They have daily specials for dinner. If we're in this area again we would stay here again. Well worth the money.
This RV park is for Elk members only and their guests. This is the nicest Elk's we have been in and we use the Elks a lot. Gravel sites, full hookups with 50 amps. They have a laundry on site. The club serves lunch and dinner daily plus the second drink is on the house on the day of arrival. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This is a Military Campground open to only Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV, and DoD Civilians. First impressions are the lasting ones'!! The camp hosts were very helpful and informative. It is apparent the hosts take pride in the service they provide. Green grass attests to their efforts! Long term campers apparently are grouped together on one side of the camp [which is to be expected]. The restrooms and showers were clean, and well maintained. Only two washers and dryers, could use more for a camp this size, but they were modern and clean. We will stay here again when in the area.
Stayed here for 2 nights. The office lady was very helpful and gave us #152 which had good satellite reception. A little tight making the corner by the office for a 40 footer but we made it. Nice grass in between each site along with concrete pads and a picnic table. Would stay here again if in the area.
First let me say that I would give the park itself a higher rating but the way the management is and the way you are treated I gave it a 5. I've heard the lady manager talk about other employees, workampers and renters to staff members while visitors are in the office. Very rude on her part. The male manager acts like he's the ruler. I've never been to a park where they put notes on your RV telling you to wash it. You've got to be kidding me. There are 3 sets of speed bumps that could actually break an axle. Be very careful when going over them. The lower section is where the full-timers live. There are several RV's that leave a little to be desired. There are 2 laundry areas: $1.25 to wash and dry. The pool is salt water and in the upper park of the park. The hot tub is down in section 4. I would stay here again if in the area as it's the only decent one in the town.
Easy exit from I-90. This park is with the Days Inn. The sites are asphalt and level with grass on one side. There are several full-timers in the back-in spots. They have a laundromat on site which I checked out and decided to go to town and find one that was clean. Didn't find a clean one in town either. Oh well. You can participate in the continental breakfast for a fee of $3.00. Would stop in again for an overnight if in the area.
If you have a National Park Golden Age pass you will get a $2.00 discount on space rent. I would have given this park a 10 if it weren't for the traffic noise. The park is right next to US 54 which goes through El Paso, and we were in site 68 which is in the last row next to the road. The laundry facility is neat and clean, $1.00 to wash and 75 cents to dry. There are 6 washers and 6 dryers which I think is a little low for 73 sites. When we arrived there were only 2 spots left. They are in the process of expanding the FamCamp to an additional 59 spots. The spots are all concrete with a concrete patio,a picnic table and a bar-b-que. We would stay here again when in the area.
What a great park. There are 2 different sides to this fam-camp. One side is 20/30 amps, the other is 20/30/50 amps. Gravel roads and sites, aluminum picnic table and BBQ. We got a site (102) which was great for our satellite. There are train tracks that run very close to the campsites but not a problem with the noise. The office was closed for upgrades but we did run into the campground host who told us to park the RV and drive around and find a spot which we liked. This base is huge and they have everything you could want. We would definitely stop here again if in the area.
Really not impressed with this campground. It needs a lot of TLC. In reading the rules they say to have your pet on a leash & pick up after them. The first time I walked around in the grass: you guessed it, I stepped in dog crap. The good thing about the park is they have excellent water pressure, 75 pounds so make sure you have a regulator. You must drive through town to reach this park and getting in is a little testy if someone else is coming out. Strictly a one-way very narrow road with lots of pot holes. Don't think we would stay here again.
This is strictly a stop-over park. We stayed here on our way west. Although we did not use the laundry or bathrooms they could of been cleaner. It was obvious that the toilets had not been cleaned in awhile since there was pink lines where the water ran down the bowl. The showers however looked clean. The washing machines hadn't been cleaned in awhile either. Granted we were here during a cold spell, the grounds really need some TLC. The sewer connection is about 6" above the ground making dumping a little difficult. We would only stay here again if we were in the area and only for the night.
This park isn't what I expected since it's $50 for back-ins and $55 for pull-through's. It's a nicely keep park, basically a parking lot with large concrete pads, grass in between. Each site has a picnic table, and major water pressure (you must use a regulator). There is a restaurant on site and although we didn't go, we hear it's pretty good. We stayed here because our son was here for work. I don't know if we would stay here again due to the price.
Nice campground. We parked in the back loop which was open from the trees so we could get out satellite. The spaces are gravel with grass in between each site. The sites are just long enough to get our 40' motorhome plus tow in. There is a fire ring at each site. We were only here for an overnight so we can't comment on the surrounding activities. We would come back if ever in this area.
If you like trees and shade this place is for you. The office was closed when we arrived so we took the form, found a spot where we thought we could get our satellite (wrong) and pulled in. They said they had pull-throughs but we couldn't find any so since there was only 1 person in the campground we pulled through a back in. It had 50 amps. The park is all grass and like I said, full of large trees. We had a site with only W/E. There is a section that is full of what they call seasonals. I would only stay here again if I was in the area. We only stayed here because we were having work done at HWH (makers of hydraulic jacks) and this is the only place we could find since they were not open on the weekends.
Good park for an overnight. Close to the Interstate: easy in easy out. The pull-through sites in the newer part of the park are 100' long with plenty of room for your tow plus whatever else you have. There are very big poplar trees through out the entire park. According to the owner the only way you can get satellite (if it's mounted on your rig) is to be in the newer section. We would stay here again but only for an overnight.
We have stayed here before but this time they have a campground host which is a nice feature. That way you're not all over the base trying to check in. The campground is nicely maintained with a concrete slab, patio and picnic table along with a bar-b-q. We would definitely stay here again if ever in this area.
It was hard to judge the rating as we arrived 3 days before they closed. We were only here for an overnight and they were in the process of shutting everything down. We did get a couple of deer along with their twins passing through the park next to our rig. We heard turkeys but didn't see any. One nice feature is they escort you to your site. We had a nice long pull-through with plenty of room for our tow in the back. We will stay here again if we're ever in the area.
I reviewed this park back in May of this year. As I said then we are staying here for 5 months as we work inside the National Park. I must comment on the review about it being brought up to standards. I would of hated to see it before. The longer we are here the worse it is. The only 50amp service is at the top of the hill which is occupied by a park worker. Everything else is 30amps. The electric seems to be dropped on a daily basis, the Wi-Fi is dropped for 24 hours after your usage has hit it's limit. Since I have an air card I'm not sure what the usage is per rig. The dirt, burrs and weeds are almost unbearable. It seems that every day the wind is enough to knock you down. Of course with dirt and wind your RV gets sand blasted. Several rigs have been getting mice inside. I'll be extremely glad once our work schedule is over so I can get out of this place. I would never stay here again.
There are back-ins and pull-throughs. The campground isn't much. It sits down in a hole so you have NO CELL PHONE connection and your internet is off and on at best. The sites are gravel with very little grass in between. The road is dirt/gravel. There is a very steep entrance to the actual park. The laundry is clean; there are 2 of them; water pressure is good. We will be staying here for 5 months as we will be working at Yellowstone. The park is a mile from Yellowstone. There is only 1 grocery store in town. This is a typical tourist town. If I were here on our own we would probably stay at the other RV park in town.
This is the 4th year we have stayed at this park. We stay here because we have family in the area. Every other year it has been in the summer. We were disappointed this year at the way the park looked. Lots of junk lying around, so much gravel in the sites that you could hardly drive thru. The road is full of potholes. On a positive note the bathrooms and laundry are old but clean, the owners are extremely friendly and helpful. Basically it's the only place close to town. We'll stay here again if and when we're in the area.
We stayed in this park on our way to visit family. We're only staying 1 night. The sites are narrow but adequate. We couldn't get one of our slides out due to the trees. We think the park is gravel under the snow. There was no water service while we were here due to the snow and cold. It's probably a pretty nice place during the warm season. We got a satellite signal in Site #5, I don't know about the other sites as there are lots of trees. We think it's very over priced considering we're only getting electrical service, however, it's the only game in town this time of the year so they've gotcha.
This is a very nice RV park. We stayed in the newer section. All sites have concrete pads. The newer section has grass in between the sites, the older part has gravel. Getting our satellite was not a problem. About 38 miles from Zion. If we're ever in this area again we will definitely stay here again.
This is a great little campground. We were very surprised when we found out they had 50 amps. The lounge was open and you get one free drink per person. The sites are gravel and level. The club sits up on a hill and there was wind on the day we arrived. This is a great stop for an overnight. We will stop here again on our way through California.
All sites are back-in, gravel and large enough for the big rigs. They have just added extra sites next to the club. The lounge is open daily. Dry camping is also available for $6.00 per night. The club is close to everything you could possibly need.
This is good for an over night. The sites were a little tight for our 40 foot plus towed. Gravel roads and sites. The sites were level and the hook-ups are shared. It's within walking distance to the casino. The staff was very friendly. We'd stay here again if we're in the area.
We have stayed here before when it was a KOA. I was a little disappointed with the site we were given this time (201). Although it is just a large parking lot with full hook-ups, the portion up front by the office is large enough to park you vehicle next to your 40 foot motorhome. They supply lounge chairs, trees although small and some grassy areas. At the site we were given you hardly had room for a 40 footer, barely any room for your towed, no chairs, no trees, no grass just gravel. It's a awful lot of money to pay for these few amenities. We won't be back at this particular RV park due to the price.
This is the 3rd winter we have stayed at this park. I would of given this park a 10 but there have been some changes that I find to be a problem. Once you put a deposit down on a site for the winter, and someone comes in and wants that site for the year, you are asked to find another spot. Even if you have reserved that spot for the year and someone wants to put a park model on it you are asked to find another spot. The wi-fi is on and off, mostly off unless you go to the club house. This has been promised now for 3 years and no improvement as yet. The 2 pools are great and the staff couldn't be better. They have many activities here. If you're bored it's your fault. I don't know if we will come back next year as the price for the 4 months is beginning to get a little pricey.
Would of given this park a 10 but the restaurant no longer existed and one of the pools was closed for re-plastering. Other than that this is the nicest park we've stayed at in a long time. There is no shade and it would be tough in the summer but this time of the year it's just beautiful. The concrete slab patio has a table and 4 chair, not your ordinary picnic table.
This is a young park and a work in progress. The manager is very friendly. The sites are gravel and extremely long with a grassy area in between. Not a lot of shade yet, the trees are very small. The laundry is 2 and 2 and very clean as are the 2 restrooms/shower rooms. There are additional sites that are being put in as well as internet. We had no problem getting our satellite.
I would of given this park a higher rating if it weren't for all the permanent rigs. It looks like the majority of the sites are occupied with them. There are a few concrete slabs for us folks, the rest are occupied with the permanents. The baths, showers & laundry were very clean. There is a catch and release pond for fishing. I would stay here again just for an overnight.
This place is a joke. Upon arrival it looked great. We entered the check-in area, checked in and were told to go to Phase 4 and find a place. Some of these sites are 30 feet long, some are 50 feet long. Some are pull-throughs, some are back-ins. Who ever heard of going to a campground and not having your site assigned. It took us 65 minutes to find a suitable site for us. And the hookups: another joke. The water and electric is on one side of the site and the sewer is on the other. Who planned this out? The sites are tight, the roads are steep and narrow making it difficult to back in to. There are 542 sites with only 2 laundry facilities. Once again, who planned this out? We will never stay here again.
This is a Passport America campground. I would have given this park a 10 if they had 50 amps and cable. The interior roads are gravel and all sites are grass. The owners go out of their way to please. There is only 1 washer and 1 dryer. Everything is neat and clean. The campground is 4 miles outside of town. We would stay here again if we were ever in this area.
Not a great park. Some of the roads really need attention. The lady behind the counter needs some customer service classes. Don't know if she is the owner or not but seemed to be very rude. We won't visit here again.
Depending on which site you get, forget putting your awning out since the sites are terraced and there are trees. The interior roads are paved but steep. There are also cottages to rent. The trolley comes through the park to pick you up, and takes you to the trolley station where you can either tour Pigeon Forge or go into Dollywood. The laundry is old but clean.
This was a very expensive 4 nights. When we reserved this campsite on line it stated $33 per night but when we got here it was $45. There are 4 different prices per year and we got the most expensive. The office closes as 6PM so if you need anything after that you will need to go up the road to the KOA Colonial which is open much later. If you come in after 6PM you will need to deal with the other KOA: really inconvenient. The office has very limited stock. There are a lot of trees so be prepared to have your rig and tow covered with sap. The positive is that this KOA is close to many attractions ,but be prepared to spend big bucks.
This is without a doubt the BEST KOA we have ever stayed in. The grounds were immaculate with some full-timers. The staff were excellent. There is a restaurant on premises with good food. There are trees that surround the campground but getting the satellite signal is no problem. All sites are gravel as well as the roads. There is a basketball court, a volleyball area with sand, movie theater, shuffleboard and horseshoe pits. You won't be bored here. They have a large store with RV supplies plus anything else you might need. I would definitely come here again.
This is a very nice campground but expensive. There is a $10 charge for guests, the laundry is $3.00 each. The grounds are very well maintained. The staff are exceptional. I really can't find anything negative about this place. We would probably not stay here again because of the rates, however, there isn't much else in this area.
The campground itself is nice but expensive. There aren't many campgrounds in this area so they basically have you as far as price goes. We stayed 2 weeks and it cost $568. We had a 30 amp site out in the open area. There is a large part of this campground that is very woody. The sewer system is in need of some repair as it doesn't drain right. The little older lady in the office is great. The rest of the office staff needs to learn from her. We would probably stay here again as this is it and we have family in the area.
All the sites are back in. There is plenty of room between them. The roads are gravel with grass in between the sites. The staff is wonderful. Part of the campground is shaded with very large trees and part is open. We had great reception for our satellite in the open area. The laundry is quite small as is the bathroom/shower. There are 5 on site cottages for rent. We would definitely stop here again.
If you like woods then this is the campground for you. We had a site with electric and water only. There was absolutely no cell phone coverage and satellite coverage is minimal. We would camp here again.
This is a very woodsy campground. If you like trees this is the place for you. All sites are terraced and narrow with a grassy/weedy strip in between. There are a lot of turns you have to maneuver to get to your site. The laundry has 3 newer machines with 2 large older dryers. There is no air conditioning in the laundry room. The pool area is very nice. We had no problem getting our satellite however looking at the rest of the sites I would say no way. The office staff were ok. They do escort you to your site however.
Not a bad little park. Easy to find, just off the I-81 about a mile. Full hook-ups, but the sewer is toward the back. If you are towing a car, and don't want to unhook, bring a LOT of sewer hose. The sites are pretty narrow and not what you would call very level. The restrooms and showers are old, but clean. The laundry is also old, but they have a couple of new machines. The genuine southern lady will be out to get your money after you select your site. She is a real sweetheart. We would stay here again.
This is a cute and very well maintained park. I would of given it a 10 except for the fact that we couldn't get a satellite signal due to all the trees. The owners are extremely nice and very helpful. They made reservations for us in other KOA campgrounds and made sure that the sites that were available suited our needs by making phone calls to the campgrounds. The roads are gravel as are the sites. The sites are a little tight. We will stop here again if we are ever in this neck of the woods.
This is the 3rd time we have visited this park. They have re-done the laundry room and the bathrooms. The machines are brand new. But the road coming in is horrible. It is dirt and full of very large pot holes. The road is tight down through the spaces. There are grassy areas between the sites. The staff is very friendly, but don't ask for a refund: there isn't any. The water connections are all underground and very hard to get to. On the positive side the Wi-Fi is great. Hopefully when we come back here they will have done something with the roads.
I'm not as impressed as the review before me. There are quite a large amount of full-timers with pretty run down rigs. We asked for 50 amps which we got but no sewer hookup as they were all taken. The sites are very long and gravel with a grassy area in between. To me this is only good for an overnight stop.
The only reason I gave this park a 9 was because of the narrow interior roads for big rigs. Other wise this place rates a 10. Other than that, this is a beautiful park. The grounds are immaculate with flowers, little gardens and young trees. The roads and sites are gravel with grass in between. The bathroom/showers are spotless. The owners are great folks. They are very knowledgeable regarding the local area including St. Louis. Easy access from the freeway. We will definitely stop here again if we are in this area.
Not a bad little place. The interior roads are fair, mostly gravel. Watch the speed bumps coming in, they are really high. The sites are grass with shared hookups. Lots of shade trees, but they need to be trimmed so us big rigs can get in a little easier. The restrooms are old, but clean, the same can be said for the pool. The laundry is in the basement and pretty dirty, we went into town to do ours. The office seems to only be open on the weekends, but the owners are on site (in the "House"), and very eager to please. We would stay here again,at $20 a night, this is a real bargain for this area.
This is a pretty nice park. There is a $5.00 per day entrance fee even though you are camped here. We are close to most everything including the Mall of America which is a must see. Stillwater is a unique little tourist area. If you are here long enough, it's worth strolling through. We will definitely camp here again. They do take reservations
This is a really nice park. The office staff are very friendly and they escort you to your sight. This is a Passport America park. Sites are almost level and grassy. This campground sites right on Fox Lake. We will camp here again if we're ever in this area again.
This is a no frills park and good for an over night. There are no amenities. The only thing they have are mosquitos and they will carry you away. We'd stay here again if we were to pass through the area.
This is the first time we have stayed here. Although all the full hookups were booked we had water, electric and a back-in. This is a nice campground. The staff is very friendly and they escort you to your site and help you back in (they call it marriage counseling.) They have a duet that sings every night from 6-10. The campground is very close to the train tracks and you do get the train noise. Also, make sure you have plenty of food in your rig. There are no groceries in this town only a couple of convenience stores and they don't carry much. We would stay here again.
The curb appeal is a little lacking. The office is open from noon to dusk and it smells of cigarette smoke. The campground itself is not that bad. The sites are almost level, the bathrooms, laundry and showers are spotless. The laundry has 2 washers and 2 dryers that look brand new and are $1.00 each (30 minutes to wash and 1 hour to dry). We had water and electric only (30 amps) but they do have full-hookups which were full. There is a play ground for the children. It's close to the freeway but there is no noise, easy on/easy off. We would stay here again.
This park is a MUST SEE!!!! There is deer all over the place. Although they say don't feed the deer everyone does. I had the opportunity to have a buck drink water out of my hand. What an experience that was. The sites are grass and large. The restaurant and lounge wasn't open the day we arrived. We will definitely come back to this park again.
This is our 3rd visit to this park. Although the managers are great some of the campers leave a lot to be desired. We camp here only because we have family in the area and its the only camp close to Bozeman. The sites are all gravel with weedy grass in between each site. The internet is spotty. The freeway goes right behind the park and there is considerable traffic noise. The owners will escort you to your site which is a nice feature.
This park is exceptional. The grounds are in tip top shape. There is one section for monthly. They have 2 laundry facilities. For cold wash its $1.00, for warm its $1.25, for hot its $1.50. The dryers are $1.25 for 55 minutes. The staff was great. They deliver a newspaper to your rig daily except Sundays. They also provide a continental breakfast in the lobby. We stayed on the end near the freeway and there was a lot of freeway noise but other than that we could stay here again.
This is no more than a parking lot. Easy access to CA-14. This is at the back of the fairgrounds. The worse thing about this place is the wind blows almost all the time so you can't put out your awnings. When I say wind, I mean wind. There is nothing around to shelter you from it.
This is an excellent park although it now has new owners and a lot has changed. We have camped here for many years with our RV club, but if you are not with a club it is quite expensive for what you get. The store inside the office has been taken out. They have very little food, no RV supplies. I would not stay here if I were just passing through. I feel $39 per night is a little much for what you get.
We were given a pull-thru spot in the very back where we could get a satellite signal. The site was semi-level. They have wi-fi but the owner/manager stated it was $5.00 per day and it wasn't worth it. It could take 5 minutes to download a page. The front part of the park is full of permanent residences (RV's) some of which are definitely showing their age. The campground is easy on/easy off of I-27. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
This is the best campground we have ever stay in. The grounds are immaculate, the office staff go out of their way to make your stay the best. They have dinner available and will deliver it to your rig. We will definitely stay at this campground again when we are in this area.
Very nice campgrounds. The roads are dirt with several potholes, the grounds are grass. We received excellent reception with the wireless internet. They have 2 antenna so it covers the entire campground. There is a lot to do in this area. We will camp here again.
This campground is located on a gravel road with gravel roads inside the camp. The sites are narrow, semi level with lots of trees. No one can be found in the office. A sign says if no one is there pick your own site. We won't stay here again.