The whole campground is cement. Sites are nose in, back in and pull thru. There is a surcharge added to all sites for cable and phone whether you use them or not. There is also an additional charge for pull thrus or 50 amp. If you are longer than 36' pull thrus are the only option. We were not told about the surcharge or the difference in price in the sites when we called to make a reservation, probably because you talk to the same reservation office that makes them for the hotel and they are not very familiar with the needs of the RV'er. We were also camping with friends, we made the reservation for two sites and we were not put together. Some poor communication. The pool, restrooms and laundry all have a code to get in. The laundry is $1.00 for washer and $.50 for dryer. We would stay here again, but we would ask more questions.
This park was fine for an overnight. The staff was friendly. The sites are side by side and pretty close together. Our slide was very close to the neighbor in the next side by side space. Limited TV. Mostly long term. It was kind of a tight turn when we left our site. We have a 36' and were towing. I don't know if a longer rig could have made the turn. I'm not sure if we would stay here again or not.
This rate is Passport America. Therefore, we were in the budget sites rather than the premium. That was not a problem because we were only over-nighting. There is a surcharge for utilities but that was included in the PA rate. The lady checking us in was very friendly and escorted us to our site. They have a barn with activities going on sometimes, a pool (both indoor and outdoor) and other facilities. The site was gravel and level with a strip of grass next to it. If someone had been next to us, it would be close, but there is room for slides. Good satellite reception. No cable but 4 or 5 local stations. Wi Fi is a good free connection. We would stay here again.
This rate is a Passport America rate. The setting of the park was beautiful compared to others we saw closer to Colorado Springs. The staff was very nice. We were escorted to our site even though it was easy to find. The site was gravel (and fairly level) as were the roadways. Both the roads and the sites were narrow. On our site we were not able to access satellite. We received one TV channel. But the setting was great! Evidently there was a bear in the campground but we did not see it. WiFi was good and free. The campground is about 2 miles off 115. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes to get to any attractions if not longer.
This was a nice park for our overnight stay. The staff was very friendly and efficient. The sites are gravel and were level. There are small patches of grass between sites, but most of the campground is gravel. There was a well worn picnic table outside. No fires or charcoal grilling because of the windy and dry climate. Most of the sites do not have shade. We did have a very hard, fast rain and it did flood, but most of the water had soaked into the ground by morning. Even though the sites are side by side, they park every other one. There are 3 hot tubs, but no pool. The laundry room is large with public internet access if you do not have your own. Washers are $1.50 and dryers are at least $.50 but more likely $1.00. There is a lot of free travel information for surrounding states in the laundry room. Wi Fi is free and was a good connection. We would stay here again.
The staff was very friendly. The sites were gravel pads and a little narrow. Sites were kind of close together, especially if you had a slide. We had a heavy rain overnight and there was some water standing in the grass between the sites, but it drained off the gravel pads. Laundry was $1.25 for washer and $.75 for dryer. We were there over a holiday weekend and there was security checking for your hang tag when you came in at night. We were not in the park much, but it was quiet when we were there. We would stay again. They encourage submitting a review on this site as they have forms in their office.
If you like tournament fishing, this is the place for you. There are two small lakes and the campsites are situated around those lakes. The bait shop is also the office and is open 24/7 during the summer season. The sites are mostly back in gravel. Ours was fairly level. Sites are situated in various directions to accommodate as many sites as possible and of different sizes. Some can be fairly close together. The laundry is in the bait shop where there is a pool table. In other words, it is not in a separate building. There are three separate bathrooms which contain a shower in the bait shop. There is a fee for the shower. Wi fi is available for $2 a day. We received a free trial connection good for 24 hours. People fish all day and night. On weekends it is busier and there is a loud speaker that you can hear, but not at night. It is on a fairly busy road and there is traffic noise. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Overall, it was an o.k. park. I'm not sure if we would stay again, but there isn't much to choose from in Indianapolis so we might. Many sites are filled with long term residents I think.
We loved the sign as we drove into the campground. "Grandmas napping. Pick your own site. Pay later." The sign looked permanent and I think that is the policy all the time. The sites are long gravel pull thrus and back ins and are pretty. They are close together though. Our hoses went across the patio of the spot next to us. Fortunately there was no one in it. The staff is very friendly. Twice someone stopped to see if we needed help and told us someone would be in the office later and we could check in, but to go ahead and do what we wanted. The laundry room had two washers and two dryers. $1.50 for washers, $.25 for 10 minutes of dryer. It seemed to take a while to get things dry. There is traffic noise from I-65. We would stay here again. As stated it is a good spot between Louisville and Bardstown.
Our rate is a Passport America rate. It is easy to miss the park entrance. It would help if there were a sign before you get to the park. Also, if you use, GPS, it is wrong. The owner said he has been trying for a year to get GPS to change the mistake. Follow the directions in Passport America directory or call them. As already stated, the driveway is narrow. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our sewer connection was right in front of where our neighbors were sitting outside. Also their firepit was right outside our window. They have put new rock in each site. It is very quiet at night. Wi-Fi is free and works very well. The owner is either putting in a new small pool or is fixing the one there. We would stay here again.
This is a very pretty park. Reservations through Reserve America. If you can't find a site the first time, keep checking. Availability changes quickly. Nice sites and enough room between them. Ours had a fire pit and picnic table. The pad is blacktop but kind of narrow. The staff is very friendly and efficient. There is not a good place to stop with a motorhome and tow vehicle to check in. We were blocking parking spaces for cars. There is no sewer, as already stated, but there are two dump stations and 4 can dump at a time. Wi Fi was the most expensive we have encountered in over 25 parks in the last two months. $2.45 for 2 consecutive hours, $15/day, $50/month. It is not a reliable signal for that price. You can take you laptop to the office, but it is a dial up connection. They do not enforce a speed limit. Golf carts, cars, and kids on bikes all go very fast. It could be dangerous. There is a shuttle (golf carts) to take you to the horse park and pick you up so you don't need to drive. We would stay again.
This rate is with an FMCA discount. I don't think they take Good Sam any more. You do have to have an FMCA card with your expiration date on it. The full hookup sites for short term are not very shady. The sites are more dirt than gravel with a picnic table and fire pit. It was hot while we were here and the sites in the trees are either long term or w/e only as there were many that were empty. The staff is friendly. To use the pool you have to go to the office and get a wrist band. The color changes everyday. Laundry is nice and there is a/c. $1.25/load and $1.25 for 45 minutes in the dryer. The game room and laundry are attached and open 24 hrs. The hot spot for Wi-Fi is in the game room. It is a fast, good connection. The store seems pretty well stocked. We would probably stay here again.
This rate is with a Good Sam discount and for w/e 50 amp site. There is a lake on site, and we happened to get a site where we could enjoy it from our window. The couple was very friendly and helpful. There were a few items in the office/store, but not much. We were escorted to our site even though it wouldn't have been hard to find our site. The laundry was the most expensive I have seen recently - $2.00 for 35 minutes for the washer. The restrooms required a code to get in. The gravel sites are level with grass on either side. There is a picnic table at each site. Fires are permitted but must be in a raised container. Wi-Fi is free and works very well. There is no cable, but satellite worked well. There is a pool, but it was not open. We are close to I-95, but it isn't a problem because it is hot and the a/c is on. We would stay here again.
This is by far the largest park we have stayed in, and one of the most expensive. Our rate does not reflect the tax ($6.50/day). It is an older park, but nice. We were in a full hookup site not far from the ocean. It was pleasant to sit outside and hear the waves or go to the beach. The site was grass and sand but pretty level. A picnic table is under a shelter. Many put wind breaks/shades around the shelter which would be useful because it was pretty windy while we were there. The bathhouses are large and very nice. I heard they have built several new ones in the last few years. The laundry is large. $1.75 per load. The campstore is very well stocked. Folks in the office were friendly. Wi Fi is available but expensive. $10 per day, $25 per week. The speed was o.k. but not great. Garbage is picked up daily at your site. We would stay here again.
This is a spacious campground with trees for shade, and a picnic table at the site. We were parked near the back so it was quite a ways to the office, laundry and pool. The sites were level. We were here over Memorial Day weekend, and although it was busy we did not feel crowded. There is a strict 10 mph enforced. Wi Fi in our site was good but a slow speed. I discovered if I went near the office it was much faster. It is $5 a day or $15 for a week. The laundry was $1.50 for both washers and dryers. The dryers were large and things dried fairly quickly. There is also a laundramat across the street. TV reception wasn't the greatest and limited. We could not get sattelite but we have a dome. We would stay here again. It is close to Charleston and some of the plantations. The staff is very helpful, providing directions to many services and points of interest on a paper when you check in.
This is the regular rate but we also got one night at half price with Passport America. This is a pretty park and depending on the site you have, some are much better than others based on previous reviews. The staff was very friendly and the camp store is very complete. We chose a site with only w/e and were assigned a pull thru in the P loop. There was a very steep downhill grade to get to that loop. We were not on the lake side, but had a nice view of the mountain. The sites were not level and our friends traveling with us had to move to a different site because they could not get level. The first night we were the only two in that loop which was very nice. On Friday night it filled up more. There are laundry facilities spread out in some of the bath facilities. The one I used was OK but not great. The roads in and out of the loops had some major potholes in them. We were concerned about getting out with the motorhome but actually it was rougher in the truck than in the coach. There is a one time fee to enter Stone Mountain. We could not get a Wi-Fi signal in our site because of all the trees but there was a good one in front of the office. I would stay here again but I would choose a full hookup site the next time.
This rate is with a Good Sam discount. This is a pastoral small, quiet campground in the countryside. It looked like most of the sites were occupied with long term folks. The pull thrus were long and fairly level gravel sites. We were a little early when we pulled in and no one was in the office (which is in a home). We were with friends and took two empty sites we assumed were for us since we had made reservations. Speaking of reservations, we had to call 3 or 4 times to get someone to answer the phone. We kept getting an answering machine requesting us to leave a message. Sites were fairly close together. The road into the campground was narrow. If you met another RV, one of you would have to pull on to the grass to pass. Even though the campground did not have any Wi-Fi, the whole square in the town of Forsyth is wired and the Wi-Fi is free. I parked in a free parking space and used my laptop from the truck. We would probably stay here again if we were in the area.
This rate is with a senior discount. A beautiful state park with nice, big pull-thru sites. We had a 50 amp site with water, electric and cable TV. A nice mix between the rustic of a state park and some of the convenience of a private campground. At least when we were there, before Memorial Day, you could reserve a site, but not a specific one. You drove through the park and picked one without a tag hanging on the pole. Having never been to this park before, I don't know it that is the practice throughout the summer or not. Some of the turns in the roads in the park are a little narrow and you have to be careful making some of the turns. The gate closes at 10 pm, but you are given a code to get in should you come back late. I agree with previous posts. There was a picnic table on the raised pad for tents and a fire pit. We would definitely stay here again.
The rate is with a Good Sam discount. There are different rates for 30 and 50 amps. The drive into the campground is uphill and there is not much room to stop to check in. The roadway through the campground is rather narrow. The staff is friendly. Our site was a back-in and you did have to be a little careful because you backed up to a hillside. The pads are cement and a little broken up but it was not too difficult to level. The restrooms, laundry and pool are downhill so you do walk down a flight of steps to get to them. The laundry was $1.75 for both the washer and dryer. There were two of each in a very small room, but they worked fine. We purchased tickets for the Biltmore Estates from the campground. We were able to buy a two day ticket for the same price ($47.50) as a one day ticket at the Estate. There is a nice view from the sites. Wi-Fi worked very well. We would stay here again, but we might look for someplace else first.
This is a more rustic campground. It backs up to the Raccoon Mountain and Cavern and is a nice view. The sites are gravel with grass in between sites. The pull thrus were spaced nicely. The office was small and old. The staff was not rude, but not overly friendly. There were quite a few extra cars and other things around the campground. The campground was on both sides of the road. Wi-Fi was excellent. My biggest complaint was the lack of picking up trash that had been left by previous campers or blown around. I would stay here again. It was a quiet and pleasant setting but we were not in the campground too much.
This price is with a KOA discount. The staff was friendly and helpful. The site was gravel and fairly level. Sites were adequate in size. The laundry was in a small separate building. The washers worked well and all but one dryer worked well. Some of the sites had fire rings and some did not. Based on the information that shows this campground has changed names 3 times, it is an older one. There are a few sites with cement, but based on the number of blocks under wheels, jacks, etc. they are not level. I prefer the gravel one we had. There was a small cement pad next to the gravel. We were there during some pretty heavy rain and it did not become muddy and messy. There is a nice dog walking area and a playground and unheated pool. Wi-Fi was free but was slow even though it was a pretty strong signal. We would stay here again. We followed the directions from their website which was good. Our GPS did not pick up the address as it is I-55. It would have taken us to the wrong area. It is about 15 minutes from Memphis. You do have to be careful coming off I-55. There are some very short exit ramps and they come up very quickly.
The rate is with an FMCA discount. The park was very clean and is a nice park but I think it is overpriced. The park has cement pads that are wide. A picnic table sits on the pad giving you plenty of room from your neighbor. However, there is nothing to obstruct the view. The park is close to a major highway and the railroad tracks plus it is in the flight path of the St. Louis airport. However, we did not find the noise a problem. There is also a restaurant on site. There is no fence or anything keeping patrons from the restaurant or the event center from the RV area. The staff is friendly and helpful. The office is stocked with RV parts, but really very few groceries. The restrooms and laundry are clean. The showers have a dressing room in each shower. The laundry is $1.50 for both washers and dryers. Wi-Fi is free and worked pretty well. It seemed slower in the mornings than at night. We would stay here again because of the convenience to the places we want to go and we felt safe.
The rate was with a Good Sam discount. We did have to have the card to get the discount. They also give you a discount if you are a veteran. The campground was pretty easy to get to even though it is kind of on a back road. The staff was friendly and helpful. The store was pretty well stocked with necessities and had lots of gifty things. They had discounts for shows and would make show reservations for you. We were escorted to our site. The site was gravel but seemed to drain well as we were there during some heavy rain and didn't have a problem. We did have to put one wheel on boards to level the coach. The site was narrow. There was a concrete pad with a picnic table, but we had to move the table so we could open the bays. Perhaps we could have moved the coach over some. Even though the sites were a little narrow, because of the positioning, we were not looking directly into another coach's window. The sites are terraced. The laundry was nice with 10 washers and 10 dryers, all working. $1.50 for each. It was quiet where we were, but I think some of the sites could have noise and dust behind them. There is a working quarry right behind part of the campground. They were having a pancake breakfast on Saturday but we were not there for it. The campground was not full at this time of year. I don't think there was any special area to walk pets. Along one edge though there were some trash cans for disposing of waste from the dogs. We would stay here again.
The rate is based on a Good Sam discount. This park is relatively new and there are definitely some good things about it. However, there are some downfalls that brought down our rating. On the positive side, the staff was very friendly. The store is well stocked and the clubhouse is large and nice. The restrooms were very clean, the showers had a dressing room and was clean. The laundry room looked OK, but I did not use it or go into it. The door was locked and I only looked through the window. There is a nice covered patio in the back of the office. They offer a shuttle service to many of the attractions in the area. There are two sewers - one at the front and one at the back of the site. I thought the sites were decent size and you were not on top of your neighbor. Wi-Fi connection was free and excellent. On the down side, there was no direction as to where to park while we registered. They had our reservation wrong even though I had a record of calling and changing the number of nights we were going to stay. Some of the sites had a sloped approach. They were cement pads but the slope made it a bit difficult to get level. Our toad was parked on the slope. The pamphlet given out at check in says there is a weight room and pool. Neither have been completed yet. If it is warm and you want to sleep with the windows open, there could be quite a bit of traffic noise. We would probably stay here again even though there was a downside.
This is an easy park to get to. You can see it from I-40. The pull-thru site we were in was gravel but we also had a choice of a pull-thru on grass. The gravel was easy to level and the grass may have been a little more difficult. Some sites have picnic tables, but not all. Good hook-ups. The staff was friendly and helpful. The campground was clean and all the sites were neat. We were escorted to our site. There is nothing to separate you from the rig next to you. The sites are somewhat close, but there is plenty of room to put out slides and not right on top of your neighbor. There is a large indoor, heated pool which is open during office hours. The laundry room was clean. The machines were older, and the cost was $1.00 per washer and $1.00 per dryer. The restrooms were clean. The showers do not have a separate dressing area, but they do have a hook and a chair, and are wide enough to keep your clothes from getting wet. I did not use the shower however. Both the laundry and the restrooms have locked doors requiring a code to get in - or you can go in through the office. Good cable reception with many channels. There is a complimentary breakfast every morning. The office area is large with several tables, couches and TV. There is Internet access in the office. I chose to pay $3/day for the convenience of using it in the coach. It was a good connection. Passport America is honored for one night with a reservation. We would stay here again if in the area.
This park is very nice. However, all sites are dirt. It could be a problem with dust when the wind comes up and probably could get a little muddy when the snow melts or they have some rain. However, being here in April with cold mornings, we didn't have a problem. The sites have a picnic table and either a grill on a post or a campfire ring. The sites are separated by either a small fence or small trees. We did have to put a block under the wheel to level our rig. It is quiet and I like the "country feel". The staff was very helpful and friendly. We were escorted to our site because it did make a difference in how you pulled in. They also let us use their phone when our cells wouldn't work. The laundry room was clean and the machines worked. Their store was pretty well stocked. The cable reception was excellent as was the Wi-Fi connection (which was free). The campground is on a frontage road and is about 10 miles from Santa Fe. The staff was very helpful in telling us how to get to Santa Fe and where to park. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice park with all the conveniences. We were escorted to our site after a pretty quick check-in. The only reason this did not get a 10 is because many of the sites are side by side. However, they are wide enough slides from both coaches can be out and there is still room enough to walk. They are gravel with only the end ones having any grass. There are no tables or pads. The laundry room, restrooms, showers and exercise room are all locked and require a key card to get in. Everything is very clean. The dog run is enclosed and long. Although we don't have a dog with us, it looks like a nice one. The Internet connected quickly, but was slow at times loading pages. It is close to attractions in the area. Following their directions made it a little difficult to get from the far right lane off the Interstate to the far left lane immediately. After that, there was no problem. We would stay here again.
We stayed here while visiting friends in the area so we were not in the park much. The rate we paid was a Passport America rate. The office was not open when we checked in but there were instructions on the door and a form in a box we could take to fill out. We were on our honor. There seems to be one row of pull through sites. Those sites are all gravel with no pads. Back in sites have a small cement pad. The sites were pretty close together although each coach pulled in at an angle so we were not side by side and we did not have any trouble putting out our slides. The sites were long enough to park our car behind the rig easily. Wi-Fi was excellent. We did not use the pool or restrooms. There was a large laundry but I don't know the conditions of the machines. There was a game room as well. The staff was friendly when we checked in. When we called for a reservation, we did not have to give any deposit but we were at the end of the season. We did have a tree beside our site so there was shade in the afternoon, but many sites had no trees. The site was level. Overall the sites were clean and the road in was easy. There are RR tracks, but they are far enough away we didn't hear them. We would stay again.
The sites are all gravel with only 10 pull through sites. The road to the campground and driving through it was easy. To get to our pull through site, we had to pull between two other sites. I thought it was tight. Most sites were filled with long term people. The sites were clean though. We were only here overnight so we didn't use any of the facilities. The office/store smelled very smoky. We only had contact with one person. He was not overly friendly, but he was not rude either. I thought the price was high for the amenities. We would probably stay here again if we were coming through this direction and needed an overnight stop.
The rate quoted is during the week without a discount (which are available). As the other reviews state, the park is neat, clean and safe. A tribal ranger patrols the park constantly. The Wi-Fi connection is excellent and "free". There are many rules to follow to keep the park as it is. There is a $10 refundable fee for a Key card that is needed to get into any restrooms and showers, the laundry room, the pool and Jacuzzi and the room with computer stations. There is a nice, clean dog area. Dogs are to be walked in the street, not on any grass. Bags are provided for picking up and for the most part, everyone complied. The fee for a pet is $5/pet. We stayed in the middle of the week with a group and the campground was not full at all. It was very quiet. There are no refunds for cancellations or an early departure, even if you rent for 29 days (the maximum stay). No fire pits or any kind of portable fireplace, no Briquettes. Only gas BBQs. There is a gas BBQ at the office that can be used but there is a $25 cleaning fee. Even with all the rules, we would stay here again.
The park has wide, level, gravel sites with some shade. There is one grassy area for tents. No picnic tables or grills. It does not look like the pictures on the website. It is right next to the small grandstand/track of the fairgrounds which could be noisy, I guess, depending on what is going on. The gold course is across a parking lot. There is a small office for registration. It was very peaceful when we were there. They have an excellent WiFi connection that is free. We were able to log on from the coach with no problems. The only problem we had was finding the gal in the office so we could pay for the additional nights. She was friendly and easy to work with however. No campfires of any kind are allowed because of the fire danger. I think the walk to town is about 4 - 5 blocks. We would definitely stay here again.
Park with lots of trees and a very nice lake. Kind of a state park feel. Sites are gravel and the road can be a little narrow and rough. Parts of the park are rather crowded. We had a lake view site (water and electric only) with no other campsites between us and the lake. However, there was a site directly "above us". When we walked into the motor home, you were looking directly at the people sitting outside their rig. There is only one place in the whole park that has showers and that is by the store. Showers are pay showers (50 cents I think). There are very few restrooms that are not portable. However, the portables are clean. The staff is very friendly. The store is well stocked. Water skiing is allowed on the lake between May and October but no jet skis or loud boats. It was very quiet at night but we were there during the week. It is a family friendly park with a nice beach, roped off swim area, a very nice playground, many picnic tables and BBQs for day use. There are many garbage cans around and they are constantly being dumped. We thought the park was very clean. We would stay again, but we would request a different site, in a part of the park, that wasn't as crowded. We had to back uphill to get out of our site.
The park is mostly long term folks, but there are a couple of rows that are kept open for those who are there for a few nights. The sites with long terms are neat and nicely kept for the most part. They do have some pull throughs. They are a little short and depending on the size of the rig, it may be hard to park a tow vehicle as well. There are some parking spaces for tows nearby. A couple of sites are long enough for 40' but they cannot make the turn to get into the site. We had a good, free WiFi connection. The office staff we dealt with was friendly. There is a well stocked store. There is a charge for pets and there is not a good place to walk them.
We were on the top tier in a back in space. The spaces are double wide so there is plenty of room for a tow vehicle. The views are very nice but it can be very windy at the top! The staff was friendly and efficient. The first question she asked was if someone was with the coach to pull it forward. They do not want the coaches sitting/blocking the driveway if there is room in the parking lot. We tried to use wireless internet but could not get a good signal. There is a fee for usage. It is a clean park except for one thing. Many pet owners do not seem to clean up after their pets. It is not a problem in the RV spaces, but along the edge of the road in the park. We have stayed here before and will continue to stay here because of the hookups, the wide spaces and convenience when we are traveling in this area.
We have used this park several times as an overnight stop. Long pull through sites so it is not necessary to unhook the tow vehicle. The park is clean and well maintained. There is wireless internet access but only in certain spots on the new side. We were not close enough to the restroom to get a good signal. The store had limited supplies when we were there.
The staff was friendly and helpful. The office and store has recently been remodeled. Up to two pets are free and they give you a pet bag containing two plastic bags for picking up after your dog and some dog treats. Humans get cookies! The biggest problem with the sites were all the gopher holes, causing uneven ground and hazardous walking in the dark. They have free WiFi which worked very well for us. Only once did I have difficulty connecting. The long termers are parked separately from the short termers. Being there in December, even the premium spots were not full. We enjoy staying there. It is close to Solvang, wine country, Pismo Beach - many places to visit and things to do.
The staff was friendly and efficient when we checked in. Our site was very long so while it is possible not to have to unhook a tow car, we had to because the hookups are at the back of the site. We could not leave the car in the back of the rig. It seems that the front two rows are used for short term stays. There is also another circular spot that is used for short term. The rest is long term, some of which are very junky as has been stated in other reviews. We had to be careful when we pulled into our spot because of trees close by. They have nice areas to walk pets. We did not use any of their facilities, but they seemed nice looking.
Nice park close to San Francisco and wine country. The staff was very friendly. Some of the sites are close together but there are trees and grass as well as firepits. The campground is hilly and some sites are up the hill. The sites are surrounded by kamping kabins. There is a large room for groups. There are farm animals on the premises. We did not notice traffic noise. The only problem we had was knowing where to stop for registration. The signage isn't good. There is a security gate and you must have a code to get into the sites. You cannot reach the device to punch in the code from inside a motorhome. However, the gate doesn't go down until you drive through. I understand it can get rather noisy on holiday weekends because of all the kabins and extra people there.