Very friendly owners. Gravel interior roads and sites are partial grass and rock. E/W/S are clustered around utility poles and rigs are backed in toward poles and spacing is somewhat tight and different than the typical site with only 3 concrete pads for motorhomes.
A+ is true to its name. Concrete interior roads and pads, mostly pull throughs and big rig friendly. Small lake for fishing, trash pickup each morning, clean laundry and LeBlue and Holandr's close by for Cajun food.
Concrete pads are level but small spacing width, agree with other posters about crowding. It would be hard to leave early in the morning with so many doolies lining the street, over parking is a problem...great fried shrimp across the street at Joe Lee's and RV park has a coupon attached to site map, can walk to it.
Very friendly owners...gravel interior roads and sites are partial grass and rock...scenic its not, but functional yes...E/W/S are clustered around utility poles so rigs are backed in toward poles and spacing is tight and different than the typical site.
We enjoyed a nice site in the rear of campground overlooking the Arkansas River Valley. The sites are long and well spaced with good power and water pressure. We found the owners to be very friendly and helpful as well as the rest of the staff. Good walking trails back toward the river. Good fishing along the river and many other activities. It is an older crowd as commented by others. We like the idea of no fire pits, for us, seems like the smoke follows me around and I’m allergy to it. Quincy’s is a good place to eat in town. They only have one choice for dinner: steak then on Friday and Saturday evenings prime rib, salad, and potato starting at $10. Would like to return for a longer stay.
Park is in a peaceful setting with large meadows across US 50 and the Arkansas River on the other side. Good gravel interior roads and but can be little dusty if wind is blowing the wrong way. Good spacing between sites. You can walk down to the river from several locations and fish or watch the Rocky Mountain Big Horn sheep. The power and water pressure is good when they are not watering. Has are great hosts.
Geneva State Park, Geneva, Ohio within ¼ mi of Lake Erie and walking distant. Good paved interior roads, There are reserve sites as well as first come sites. There are two sections to the campground, one for campers with pets and the other without pets. The campgrounds for pets are spacious sites, 50 to 70 feet wide while the other area has tighter sites. There are no water hookups, only a central water source; The sites have 30 amps electric hookups. The restrooms were limited and only one restroom for the whole camping area had a shower but it was clean.
North on SH 227 2mi CG backs up to hwy and lots of noise from the many dump trucks going back in forth and they start at 7am CG has nice trees, sites are a tight with limited FHU. There were many junkie sites from weekender's. The campground appears to be a fun place for kids and grandkids with a small creek in the rear. I would not camp here again.
Campground has concrete pads for pull throughs. This is an older park with enough space that you don’t feel cramped. Sites are large and open. There is a small lake for fishing. There is Wi-Fi but cost $2 and accessible from the office. This park is OK for an extended stay or just over night. Would stay again. We used FHU with 30 amp and cost $25 with Good Sam’s and check, credit card was $28.
Great host that make you feel welcomed. The pull throughs are very close together as side by sides. The back ins are on nice large gravel sites with plenty of room. The pastoral country side was very peaceful. Wi-Fi is available but not accessable from all sites. Very nice meeting rooms and there is a small chapel on the grounds.
We had a large back in site on the west side of the park. The gravel pads are well maintained, room to park tow vehicle. Concrete patio with picnic table, very comfortable. Electric power is low at 106 volts, having to use Auto-former for 30 amps in hot weather of 93 degrees. Found the facilities staff to be friendly and helpful. Grounds are well maintained. Interstate 80 is less than a mile away on the south side and noisy. There is a Flying J, at the parks' exit from the Interstate.
Sites are small and crowded. They are still completing some sites that have concrete pads but no rock or gravel on the sides, very hard to park. Very expensive, everything cost at KOA, $1 for 24 hr Internet. Families with kids, like the park because of the small pool and fishing lakes. We signed up for two nights and option for two more but we cut and ran. Our stay was not pleasant as the guy next to us with his two small kids on bikes, their two small dogs barking, all their towels, swim suits on their awning arms, and their fire pit under our bedroom slide all lit up at the same time. It was time to leave. Staff a little stiff, not my area. When I ask about the low power and no rock base to step out of the trailer on, just mud from the construction, it was someone else's job. It is close to sights on the river, John Deere and Arsenal Island were fun to see. Close to shopping.
We came for 3 days and stayed a week. We stayed at one of the non reserve able sites on Boulder Lake, a small 20 acre lake. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The Park fills up on the weekends but quiet during the week. The geese are plentiful have to dodge goose droppings, but fun to watch. Good hiking trails with 5 lakes and boats to rent for fishing.
We stayed up on the hill in the non reserve sites. Found the sites to be paved and level. Sites had fire pits with concrete patio with nice table with extension to place grill on table. Found the restrooms where the showers were located to be very clean. You can rent a boat at the Marina for a couple of hours or more and do the Aquatic Tour