Perfect for quick set-up after driving all day. Had no problems with our 34 foot fiver. Loved the golf-cart shuttle. If what you need is fast, easy, plug'er in and unwind, this is it. And I thought the buffet was terrific: huge slab of prime rib.
We stay here all summer, every summer, and this is an update. We still love it here: it's beautiful, treed, grassy, right on the river. The power seldom fails, no problem with the sewer. The water smells bad and is yellow, but he posted a notice that it's safe to drink. The little store is rarely open, but the town has everything you need anyway. Don't know how the bathrooms/showers are; never used them. He doesn't intend to ever have the swimming pool open again (new costs/legislation/insurance-something related to a toddler's pool-drain death somewhere else in the state). But you can swim in the river, although the current is fast. A few full-timers are unhappy with the owner and manager's recent obsession with the geese. The geese make droppings on the grass, and now endure constant harassment by the manager (sticks thrown at them, etc.) in an attempt to drive them away, "Or we'll have to shoot them." The DNR assures me nobody will ever be granted a permit to shoot geese for droppings on the grass: that's only for geese threatening crops. I've lowered my previous rating because of the water quality and the goose thing. Anyway, a nice park, well-kept, quiet (empty) except for weekends. He doesn't advertise, and nobody knows it's here. And that price is for a premium river site, based on a monthly rate.
Gigantic, beautiful, well-cared-for park, has everything but cell phone signals. Two fishing lakes with trout and catfish with a daily charge of $9. ($6 for kids) WifFi wasn't working. Very kid-friendly: pools, paddle boats, snack bars, huge game rooms, mini-golf, planned activities. Very full, I imagine it's packed in the summer.
Good place for Yosemite access, bad for people that need to be "plugged in", because their wifi was too weak to use and cell coverage is nil. Satellite dish pointing difficult (these are mountains with VERY tall trees.) "Fenced dog run" quite a joke: it's about 20 feet square. We had to put our awning away so the MH next to us could extend his slideout. Very friendly and chatty fellow RVers. None of the "amenities" (snack bar, store etc.) open except on weekends. Loved the town of Oakhurst: great shopping and eating. Bathrooms could use updating (raw crumbling concrete) and heat. We'll come back because it's so close for visiting Yosemite.
My first 10. You've GOT to check out their bath/shower rooms: gigantic, all-in-one private bath suites, and immaculate. Sites long and level, strong wifi, manicured lawns. Their best asset (aside from the bathrooms) is their workampers. They treat you like family.
Overpriced at $36, wifi costs $3.99/day, dog is $1 extra, limited to one 15 minute shower token/person/day with your camping fee, extra "tokens" extra $. And you have to get out of the shower, walk to other end of bathroom, insert second token, and walk back to shower if you want more time. Much of the food in their store is expired. Good cable TV included, easy access sites, all gravel, does have train and freeway noise. Not beautiful by any stretch of the imagination, but the restrooms were clean. We'd been boondocking for 5 days and wanted long showers and cable/wifi without setting up satellite dishes. We got it, but won't stay here again.
Wifi didn't work, and staff (workampers) unable to help. Cable TV on and off, and staff unable to help. Gazillions of cigarette butts and a big pile of discarded casserole on ground in our assigned site. Told to disconnect water hose at night due to freezing weather, but charged for water/electric sewer site. One restroom and pool closed. These people need to drop their rates when amenities are reduced and staff are not policing sites after checkout anymore.
This Passport America park was closing in 10 days for the winter, so the manager told me the water (and showers) would be turned off after our first night here. They had already closed off most of the park, and crammed 4 of us elbow-to-elbow in the one (unshaded) section still open. Beautiful park, but there we were off in the corner. Also, they apparently had the shower water temperature preset to someone's idea of hot enough for them, but it wasn't for me. The wifi was in/out/slow. Cable fuzzy. I think a more discounted rate would have been in order.
Easy access, but elbow to elbow angled pull-throughs, barely long enough for truck and fiver without unhitching. I heard the guy in the next site snoring. Showers and pool closed. Adjacent advertised restaurant closed. Wifi poor to average, cable TV good.
This is one of the 2 AOR parks in Minnesota. It's a huge private membership park with permanent sites/park models, but they do have 12 sites for AOR. We were offered a site "in the wooded area" or one of their permanent sites that happened to be vacant. We took that one for it's "clear view of the southern sky". It was paved, and the satellite reception was fine. Their map shows 2 AOR sites on the lake, but we weren't offered those. The park was nearly deserted, as it was end-of-season. Cute towns nearby of Wahkon and Isle with touristy shops open on weekends. Good grocery store in Isle. Did not use restrooms or showers, pool was closed of course. They do shut the water off for the winter when it gets colder, but we lucked out.
Great park, nice owner. Laundry room delightful, good wifi and cable TV. Sort of muddy from rainy weather. Took us 3 tries to get situated in the pull-through due to weird height of utility posts versus slides.
Such a gorgeous campground! Wooded, well cared for, spacious sites. Able to get satellite signal in our loop (site 66). Small store/gas station across road with necessities. Only has 5 full hook-up sites. Cell phone works some of the time.