Nice place. Heavily wooded. Trees can be a problem with exiting your site and the park, go slow and all will be well. Internet worked well, but you must have a new code for the Tengo wifi every 24 hours. Verizon air card worked very well. Office workers very friendly. We will return.
This a really nice campground. It is out in the country and is actually about 12 miles from Cooperstown. Wi-Fi could have been stronger, but when it worked it was fine. Our Verizon card was pretty fast too. Very helpful office staff. We almost had the entire campground to ourselves. This campground closes in two weeks for the rest of the season.
It is a really nice park. It did rain some while we were there, but that's not KOA"s fault. It is an expensive stay, BUT it is 5 miles from Niagara Falls so what else would you expect. The WIFI was free and strong. We enjoyed our stay and will return.
30 amp and water only. There is a dump on the way out, but it is on the wrong side of the road. Trees need to be trimmed. We scratched the side of our rig getting into one of their "big rig" sites. 90% of their sites are used for seasonal or long-term people. Most of these rigs are going nowhere, ie: rotted tires, roofs caved in, etc. We will not return.
Paid $9 for the first night camping. Zero for the next two nights. How can you go wrong? The only downside to this park is that trains run most of the night and the tracks are only about 200 yards or so from the parking area.
Easy access off the highway, with wide turn ins, level concrete sites and patios. Excellent WiFi and a great clubhouse. The cost per night is the ONLY turnoff to this campground. We loved the park, hated the $$$.
Nicely laid out park. Mixture of gravel, grass, and concrete sites. We were promised a pull through, but with the rain they were concerned about our weight and that we might sink. We got instead a back-in concrete site. It was fine, but in the trees where we could not get satellite. Wi-Fi was a hit or miss. Mostly miss for us. It would work for a while and then be totally gone for a while. Luckily, our Verizon air card worked well.
Great park. Great island. Easy pull through. Sewer plug is at an angle so it is easy to have an "accident". Satellite is not doable at this park due to the large number of trees. So many trees there is no grass. Glad it did not rain while we were here. We will be back.
Not a bad campground: sites are a combo of concrete and gravel. Kind of high $$ for what you get. No amenities to speak of except a free shuttle to the casino. Close to the interstate. Good spot to overnight.
Very good park. Only drawback is that all sites are back ins. Great staff. Many activities. Very pet friendly. Verizon card for internet worked well here. Very convenient for visiting Tucson. We will definitely be back.
This is a tired, dusty little park off the interstate that offers nothing exceptional. It is just a one night stopover only. There is an Air Force base just south of here. The jets are flying over constantly at low altitudes. Our fifth wheel has the shakes when they come over. If it were not after dark, we would be out of here.
Rate is divided over the month that we stayed. Wi-fi is extra $$$. Lots of park models. Lots of permanent structures that make it somewhat difficult to get a big rig in the space provided. The people that are in the park are for the most part very friendly. The ownership is somewhat cold though. We cut short our stay due to management.
Great place to stop over for a couple of days or longer. It would have been rated a 10, but it does not have 50 amp power available. This is not a problem in the winter, but in the summer I won't be stopping here because when it hits 100 degrees I am going to need both air conditioners.
Yes, it is an asphalt camping lot. But it does have 50 amp power, water, and sewer in downtown Las Vegas for $18 a night. The Freemont street Experience is only 4 blocks away. There is some freeway noise, but it is a constant so it masks itself. There is WI-FI if you are desperate for it $6.99 per hour. Our Verizon aircard worked extremely well so we didn't need their pricey wi-fi. This would have been a 10 but freeway noise, pricey wi-fi, and the dog run was quite a hike made me drop it to an 8.
A great little park. The only problem is that it is about 90% full of permanent residents. They only have about 3 sites to rent out each night. We were lucky enough to get one. Good power, full hookups, and great WI-FI. We will stay here again when returning to this area if we can secure a site.
Sites are somewhat tight but doable. Good 50 amp power. Good water pressure. Be sure to ask about the owner's Halloween costume, it will get you a free night's stay when staying more than one night. We stayed 4 nights paid for 3 while visiting Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks.
Wi-Fi worked well. We stayed 5 nights, but did not have a reservation. They put us on a curb spot: 30 amp and water only. They said they would move us to a regular spot when one opened, but that never happened. That said, where we were was fine.
Nice level concrete sites. Does have some 50 amp sites. Lots of VERY old permanent residents. One resident had a pit bull on a chain outside that lunged at us as we went to the dumpster. Nothing here. No showers, no restroom, no pool. Okay as an overnight stay. Now on the other hand, if you are a gambler and will not be staying in your coach long, it is a good stop.
Very nice camp hosts. WIFI worked well. A bit expensive for what you get. The only real negative is that after dark, if the wind shifts out of the south, you get a real strong bovine aroma in the air. It is so much of an aroma, you cannot stay outside even if you wanted to.
Not a bad park, just will not stay here again due to where it is. It is about 45 miles from the St. Mary's east entrance to Glacier NP. It is about 40 miles from the West Glacier west entrance. There is no sewer and the dump station is in a very bad location. We were told that we could let our gray tank just run on the ground. I've never camped anywhere where that was allowed. Wifi was free and worked acceptably. AT&T phones will not work here. Verizon will. You are allowed to wash your rigs here.
No complaints. Wifi works well and is free. You can wash the bugs off the front of your RV for free. You can wash your whole rig for $7. Park has a large percentage of monthly permanent guests, but that is not necessarily a negative for this park. Lots of room between sites. Plenty of room to get the satellite to lock in. Will stay again when in the city.
Wi-Fi is good. Campground is spic and span. Front office people very nice and helpful. Cost is a bit high, but it is Montana. Campground name is a bit of a misnomer since you cannot even see the river from the campground.
Wifi is great. Location is just outside of Custer so no road noise at all. Cool nights. You can see stars you've never seen before. Owners live onsite and are making constant improvements. Nightly ice cream social. This a GREAT campground.
Sites were overgrown with weeds. They are only mowed when someone comes in to camp. WIFI did not reach the trailers. Even in the office, the WIFI had only 1 or 2 bars of signal strength. Sites were very close together and not very level.