This park is a nice overnight stop. Nice gravel pull-through sites with full hookups, including cable. The price shown indicates a 20% discount for Good Sam members who pay cash. Regular price for Good Sam with credit card is $34.50 less 10%.
If there is anything negative to say about this park it would be that they don't have much shade. Other than that this is a perfect park. The spaces are great, full hookups with cable. The pool and showers are great & very clean. The people are extremely nice and helpful. On top of all that, there is the casino for gambling and eating, the buffet was very good. The General Store/gas station is excellent, easy in & out with good price for diesel fuel. They even wash your windshield for you while you get fuel. They also have a drive through, touchless, RV wash ($30 after discount) that is real nice. You can't go wrong staying in this park. The cost listed indicates the Good Sam discounted price. We would come back if we ever get to California again.
This is a very nice campground with pull thru spaces and lots of shade. Lots of grass and concrete slab pads for the RV. They have very good cable TV. My only complaint is that the WiFi didn't work at all during the three days we were there. Also, the management was not very helpful or nice. They always seemed to be preoccupied with something more important than their guests. The location is good for visiting Zion NP. I would stay here again.
This park may be similar to most Las Vegas parks but that doesn't make it good. There is No Grass anywhere in the park. It is all asphalt and gravel. There is also no shade anywhere and the current temperature is 104 during the day. The park is a long way from being considered pet friendly. They don't allow dogs to "go" anywhere except for a small pet area. The problem is that dogs don't know they have to wait until they get to the pet area to "go". The rules are a joke but the management doesn't know it. Being unfriendly to pets is a total turnoff to us. I would not stay here again! I've stayed in boon docking places that I've enjoyed more. The best thing I can say about the park is that it is right between Sam's Town and Boulder Station.
This is the nicest Passport America campground we've ever stayed in and, from what I can see, one of the nicest campgrounds in Moab. The sites are nice wide gravel spots with a concrete walk and a nice grass area with a picnic table next to the coach. Most of the spots have nice shade trees. The bathroom/showers are like new and very clean. The staff was very nice and helpful. There is a very nice view across the highway. This is a perfect spot to stay in Moab and we would come back on a return trip.
This park has 144 sites that are currently privately owned. They are in the process of a huge addition on top of the mountain that the resort sits on that will add another 85 lots and a club house. This project is slated to be finished by the summer of 2014. The current construction doesn't bother the current lots at all. The staff and the owners are as nice a bunch of people can be. You'll feel at home immediately! Lot rentals fall into two categories: 1. Undeveloped lots, meaning a nice concrete pad with full hookups and a picnic table. The rental rate is currently $55. 2. Developed lots, meaning the owner has added amenities to the lot such as a fireplace, bar, kitchen area with grill, tables with chairs, etc. The rental rate is $65. Some of these lots are absolutely spectacular! I only withheld a 10 rating because they currently don't have a club house. When this is added, this park cannot be beat.
This campground is good for an overnight stop only and be prepared for super high taxes. The rate is $29 but the taxes were $4.93. They gave me a pull-thru site (73) but when I got to the site I found that it wasn't long enough for my RV and car so we had to disconnect, which we didn't want to do. The sites are small and very tight. Even the roads are narrow. They are gravel and dusty. Next time in Indy, I would search for another campground.
This park is spending a lot of money to upgrade the park. They are in the middle of opening a new section. All access roads and sites are gravel and dusty but level. We stayed in the new section and there are zero trees and no sewer. I don't know about you but when I pay $27 for an overnight spot I expect full hookups. The roads are narrow and some of the turns are tight. If the park were to be full, or close to it, it would be very tight. The grass areas in the new section need a lot of growth before they will be usable for much. The park has lots of games setup for families. (Carpet ball, corn hole, disk golf, etc.) They have a pool that is under construction and looks like it will be nice when complete. There is cable in the new section but not in the old. I guess that makes up for not having sewer in the new section. This park is 4 miles off of the highway and is fine for an overnight stop. There's not much that would make me want to come back or stay longer.
WOW! What a spectacular RV park for Class A motorhomes! This park is worth planning a trip to Michigan just to be in the park. The landscaping is absolutely beautiful with running brooks and plenty of flowers. There's also a 9 hole putting course that's plenty of fun. The clubhouse will knock your socks off! Workout room, card room, pool room, and a movie theater are all clubhouse features along with fireplaces and a large gathering room where they hold events. All of the sites are perfect. Concrete pads, full 50amp hookups including cable. Some face wooded areas, some face ponds and some face the clubhouse. All have very nice views. The management couldn't be better. They are very nice and very professional. There always seems to be something going on that is sponsored by management. Continental breakfast every morning, Margarita Mondays, Wednesday dinner, Friday happy hour and Sunday s'mores. Add a trivia night and a karaoke night and you're in for some fun. We came planning to stay for a week and ended up staying for a month and a half wishing we had longer to stay. We not only will return here but will look forward to it. The rates seem a little high at the beginning but once you see what they have to offer you'd pay more. Monthly rates are available. The area around Bay Harbor couldn't be any better. Between Bay Harbor, Petoskey, Charlevoix and Harbor Springs there is always something going on somewhere. The Casino in Petoskey offers name entertainment. The views of the lake are fantastic. You couldn't ask for a better place to spend your summer.
I guess it depends on what you're used to, but we thought this was an extremely poor value for the money. While they claim to have 50amp service, they actually only have 2 sites with 50amp. Everything else is 30amp. We feel that $32 for a grass site with only 30amp service, water and NO sewer, No TV, NO shade is a lot to pay. There is nothing special or even nice enough to talk about when trying to describe this park. I would not stay here again!
This is a beautiful park with some really nice treed sites. We stayed in the River Campground because the Ocean Campground is closed while they build a new bathhouse. The rate shown is 50% off of normal rate because we are senior Florida residents (rate shown includes tax). This park would be especially good if you want to be out in the woods. The campground is 3 miles into the woods from the entrance. There are plenty of walking trails, etc and beautiful sunsets over the river. We were there for 3 days and during that time there was only one other Class A motorhome there but there are plenty of sites that will hold a big rig (we're 40'). I highly recommend this park. We will return. I would have given it a 10 but I like to have WiFi and that is not available. Probably shouldn't expect that out in the boonies.
This park is owned by a little old lady who is nice enough, but tough at the same time. During the week she accepts Passport America, but big rigs (35+ ft) MUST take 50 amp for an $8 upcharge. Well that's $26, which is not much of a bargain, but it's the best you'll get around here. On the weekend she will not give any discounts for any of the discount programs and the rate is $36. The park is fairly small and there appears to be a number of full time residents here. The park is also very old and not well kept. The hookups are wierd. My electric was on the right side, but the water was on the other side and not at the back. I needed an extension hose to get to it. The cable TV was fine, but the Wi-Fi I got was not from the park. It may have been someone in the park?? but it worked fine. The entire park is very treed offering lost of shade (Nice for the heat but not good for satellite dish). The best thing about the park is that it is the closest park to downtown Savannah. It's an easy trip downtown on I-16 and you get off right at the visitor's center. I would stay in this park again simply because of it's location. It has everything you may need, except there are no bathrooms, showers or laundry facilities. A couple of notes about downtown Savannah. Savannah DOT offers free shuttle transportation around the central downtown area for FREE. This shuttle goes to all of the same places the "Trolley" tours go to but all of the trolleys are at least $25 for the day. The difference is that the DOT doesn't give you a tour, they only give you transportation. Regardless of your choice you can park at the Visitor's Center, where the first hour is free and it's $1 per hour after that (a good deal). Also note that on the weekends you can park downtown at any of the street meters for FREE. Check out Mrs. Wilkes boarding house for a very different lunch experience. It's worth your time waiting in line!
This is a great campground, with nice wide concrete slab spaces. All spaces are full hookup (Cable & WiFi are +$). Most of the spaces are shaded and the large pool is very nice with it's large shaded area. The location of the campground in Myrtle Beach is perfect, unless you want to be right on the beach which this is not. It's right next door to Barefoot Landing, which is a great place to just walk around or to eat at the many restaurants. Also located there are the Alabama Theater ("One") and the House of Blues. The show, One, at the Alabama Theater is a must for a mixture of singing, dancing and some of the best comedy I've seen. The all new "Pirates Voyage" that just recently opened to replace Dolly's "Stampede" is great fun for old and young alike and it's actually a bargain when you consider that dinner is included. Both shows are excellent for the whole family and should not be missed. The restaurant choices in Myrtle Beach are endless, as are the golf choices. The price shown for the campground is Passport America. The PA book says the rates are not valid during the summer but they honored them during the week (Sun to Thurs) for us. If the park didn't charge so much extra for cable ($5 a day) and WiFi ($3 a day) I would have given them a much higher rating. Also by not allowing PA rates for the weekend I think they're hurting themselves because it was clear that the park was clearing as the weekend was coming. Otherwise, the park really doesn't have any negatives to report. In any case, I would recommend this park and we will return on our next visit.
I could go on and on about this park but the fact is that it is just a great park. If it were closer to Charleston (12 miles) it would be perfect. The spaces are flat, grass and very well kept. Great TV reception, satellite and Wi-Fi (free) friendly. Clean bathrooms/showers. Nice, although small, pool. Very quiet! They have some spaces that are shaded and some that aren't. The lady in the office is super nice, which so often is not the case. She will help you find anything you want in the area, if it's not on the comprehensive sheet she gives you at check-in. I just don't have any negatives to report. There is no doubt that we will stay here again in the future. Price shown is Passport America, incl. tax, a great value.
You'll think you're never going to get here because you have to travel 5 miles on what is almost a private road to get here after you leave Quinby. The road is not bad, but tends to be a little bumpy in an RV (no potholes). The park is trying to cater to everyone. They are a Thousand Trails park and also a Resort Park Internation Park. I'm not sure but they would probably let normal Good Sam visitors in also. We are with RPI and the $13 rate is the normal $10 RPI plus $3 for 50amp service. They also have cabins for rent. While I guess the sites don't qualify as "Ocean View", our site has us facing the Atlantic with maybe 100 yards of grass between us and the open ocean. I couldn't ask for a better view! It's beautiful! They also have a section that has lots of trees (30amp only) and it is fairly full. The full hookup sites are out in the open and are partially full. We prefer the full hookups and the beautiful views of the ocean. I think the park has been here for many, many years. Some aspects of it (lodge building, mini golf, office) look very old and are not kept up the way they could be, but all of the sites are very well kept. The grass is cut and everything about the site works just fine. The TV reception is poor but satellite reception is great. They told me that there was no internet at the sites, but I've been on line for a couple of days now. I can't explain that! The signal is weak and comes and goes but it is here. If you're looking for a beautiful place to sit back and watch the Ocean from under a tree, this is it. If you're looking for a park with some action on the side, keep on looking because this isn't for you. We're spending a week here and we love it!
We searched this park out because it was on Passport America and not out of our way. The PA rate of $24 was pretty good. The PA rate is only good for one night. We might have stayed another night or two if we could have done it on the PA rate. The full price of $48 would be far too much for this park in our opinion. The park is in the middle of nowhere on a little country road and then it's back off the road a half mile or so on it's own road. The park is nice enough. Our site was very level dirt. It was very treed and rustic. They have no sewers in the park (county problems) but do have dumps. The only Wi-Fi is located in the office, which is nowhere close to the RV sites. The baths are clean and nice. I think the people that own/run the park are religious because they have gospel music concerts once a month. We weren't here during one of these concerts so we can't comment on them. Nice park for the night, if you're traveling and it's on your way, or if you're looking for someplace to kick back and do nothing in a very nice setting. We would return to this park.
This park has the advantage of being the closest RV park to downtown Philadelphia and, as a result, their rates are high. They told us on the phone that they only offered AAA discounts if you paid cash but when we got here we found out they also took Good Sam and credit was OK. The $40 price is after the 10% Good Sam discount. The park is very nice. Their sites are level gravel and each has a concrete pad with a picnic table. They offer cable TV, good Wi-Fi, excellent baths and swimming pool. There is a pond view from some of the sites but the pond was over grown with algae. The drive to Philly is not bad at all (about 15 miles) and you have your choice of two bridges to enter by. Your choice really doesn't matter because you end up in the same place in the end. This is a nice, inviting park and we will happily stay here again on our next trip to Philly.
We've stayed at this park twice in the last couple of years, only because there are no other campgrounds in the area and this one is right off of I-95. This is a large campground but not well taken care of and expensive. The help is horrible and not helpful. They sit in a little hut behind glass and act like you must be a bad guy. You have to ask many questions to make sure they are charging you the right amount. They have many various rates and don't explain them to you. They just charge you what they think is right. We questioned them and then had to get a refund for their errors. The first site they assigned us was only 30amp. We went back and told them we needed 50amp and they gave us another site. When we got to the site, there was no way we could get our 40 foot RV into the spot. We just decided to find our own spot (there were plenty of empty ones), which we did. They have no cable and poor TV reception. There are too many trees for satellite, Wi-Fi at the office only (which is not close) and they have a 13% tax. There just isn't anything to say good about this park. If you can plan your trip so that you don't have to end up at this campground, you will be much happier.
Very nice park, close to everything you want to do in Chattanooga. Full hookups, lots of trees, level gravel spaces. The people in the office are very helpful. The only problem I had was with the Wi-Fi. It was hit and miss at best. Sometimes I would have a strong signal but no internet.
This is a nice older park. It's large, and I've never seen it half full and I've stayed there a number of times. This time was on a Saturday so they wouldn't accept Passport America. The Good Sam rate was $27.50. The park is just fine, but the area of town is poor. You must drive quite a way to get to the good parts of town. We always find this a good overnight place to stay in Montgomery. We like the full cable TV.
We were here two years ago and they were just starting. This trip they seem to have not moved an inch. They still look and feel like they just started. They have the potential of having a nice park but the poor road into the park will help to keep them from growing. The park is just a wide open field with all the hookups. Nothing special, nothing really great about it. They are in the middle of nowhere. We were the only RV in the resort. They have to be hurting. Passport America rate was $20, which is good. My next trip to this area, I will stay somewhere else.
Nice park with full hookups and cable TV but no WiFi. You would think if they could supply cable, they could supply WiFi. It's a long walk to the casino. The park at Hollywood Casino across the street appears to be nicer and closer but is about $17 a night. Either is a good choice.
This park has the nicest, cleanest bathroom and showers I've ever seen in a park. Spaces are nice but a little tight. We happen to love the location in the western area of Denver. Easy access to anything you might want to do in the area. They have a number of different prices based on the site you choose and how long you are going to stay. $25 is for their best site for a weeks stay ($30 for less than a week). The only problem is that they don't have dumps at the sites, but there is a dump. We will return here.
Stopped for one night traveling between Denver and Kansas City. Chose this park because of Passport America. Nice pull through spot with full hookups, cable TV and WiFi. They charge an extra $2 each for 50amp, cable TV and WiFi. All extras are included in what I paid. This is a nice spot for an overnight stop over. We will return.
This park gets a bad rap that is not totally deserved. There is no doubt that it is a small, very tight park, but they are very good at helping you park and once you're in your spot it's fine. It must be remembered that this is the only RV park for many miles and it is in a very good location, if you desire to be in the Kansas suburbs of Kansas City. We have kids in the area and have stayed here many times in our 40 footer without problems. My only problem is they accept no discounts for anything and their price is on the high side. I think they know that they don't have any competition, you will just pay the price for the location. I guess that's just their business model!
The only reason to stay here, is as a stop over on your drive on I-70. The park is nice enough, with 50 amp service and pull through sites. Mostly long term residents but not trashy. It was a good overnight stop and they accept Passport America. Staff was very nice. We would stay here again.
This park is a horrible value! It's run down and basically just not taken care of, and yet they charge top dollar. They have nothing to offer for us. Sites are out in the open with no trees and rocks (not gravel). We only stayed here because it was late and we were tired, but I sure wish we had driven another 15 miles to a far better park. We will not return.
We found this to be a very nice park although we only used our spot and none of the other facilities. We had a nice, flat pull through site with 50 amp service. We had no complaints and would stay here again.
I don't know anything bad I can say about this park. Passport America makes it a tremendous value in the middle of many other area parks charging much more. When I rate a park, I look at all the services that could be available and deduct for those not available. This park gets no deductions. It's a great park at any price. I agree with all that has been said about it. We would/will stay here again and look forward to it.
The only good thing I can say about this campground is that it offers full 50 amp hookups, including cable and Wi-Fi. Beyond that it is old and nothing to look forward to. It is simply a large field covered in gravel with hookups. If there are shaded sites, I didn't see them. Like most KOA campgrounds, they think there is something special about their park and they can charge more. I think $35 for this location is outrageous. Problem is, if you find yourself here and need to spend the night there just aren't many better choices. I will plan future trips to bypass this location.
I agree with other comments. This is a very nice campground. The have very level, nice gravel sites (could be wider), full hookups, Wi-Fi. Over the air TV reception is fair at best (no cable). It's only about 20 miles into Louisville. We will camp here again in the future. Full rate is $27, Senior rate is $24. No other clubs are accepted.
We really enjoyed our week at this campground. It's an RPI, among others, park so low cost. The spaces were great but the best part is their on site cafe, where we had dinner every night. Very good food and very inexpensive. The people were just great. I would highly recommend this park.
This is an RPI park and is simply a great park. Everything was terrific. Nice sites, great store, good clubhouse. Swimming lake. Bathrooms were as clean as I've seen anywhere. Location is good for visiting Niagara Falls. Wi-Fi was very weak and slow but free. Would be fantastic if they had 50 amp and/or sewers. Dump is easily accessed.
We stayed here because they accept Passport America and they are close to Letchworth State Park. We found the park to be fine and would stay there again. Because we were there during the week and the park is mostly seasonal, we felt like we were the only ones there, which was just fine. Spaces were either gravel or grass and were fairly flat. The park is about 4 miles out of Warsaw. Warsaw has a WalMart if needed. Wi-Fi is free but central location only. Cable is $5 extra. No sewer and no 50 amp (although others say they have 50 amp).
I agree with what others have said. Their pricing is all over the board. Their posted rate is $28 but we had a 20% off coupon we picked up at the Ohio Welcome Center (coming from PA). They accept just about all discount programs but may use a different price to figure discount. Just be careful and make sure you get your best price. This is a good place to stop just off I-90. Wi-Fi & 50 amp are extra charge. Mostly seasonal rentals.
This is a Passport America resort. Normal and weekend rate for full hookup is $42. There are many seasonal residents. The park is very nice. They have a nice par 3 golf course, swimming pool & store. South Hero Island is in the middle of Lake Champlain. The island is mostly rural but it is great for any kind of water sports. There is a marina right across the street from the resort. We found nothing wrong with the resort and would return.
This is an RPI park and thus the low cost. This park is in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do in the immediate area. We stayed there for a week and used it as our base to drive to Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, Kingston, etc. The drives were beautiful, although a little long. The park staff was on the verge of being rude. They have very few (5-6) 50 amp sites. We had a full hookup 30 amp site, which was fine because the weather was cool. You must pay for WiFi and the service is very poor. Unless you have a web based email address you can't send or receive email. Over the air TV reception is fair.
This is an RPI park thus the low price. It is a very nice park in southern Quebec. There are quite a few seasonal sites and almost all the license plates are from Quebec. The office staff was very nice and as helpful as they could be with their broken English. WiFi is free and the signal is strong. We found nothing wrong with the park at all. We were told it is one of the best parks in all of Quebec. The countryside is beautiful.
Passport America! $3 extra for 50 amp. This is a great campground and the location is perfect. It's on a hill overlooking Branson with great views. Out of the normal high traffic of Branson but close enough to do the things you want to do. Nice long, level, shaded pull thrus. This is our 4th year here and we'll be back next year.
We've stayed here for the last four years in a row. It's mostly permanent residents but it's clean and safe. The location is excellent, if you want to be near Overland Park or the other Kansas suburbs of Kansas City. The park is fine for big rigs (we're 40 ft) but reservations are suggested to ensure space. The park would be much nicer if they would add picnic tables. This park is very old and is not a resort but it is in a great location. If you're just passing through, you might be able to find a better place.
If you're a mountain goat this park may be barely OK, otherwise skip it. It's on the side of a hill and the sites are narrow, unlevel and hard to get into. No TV & No Cable. About the only good thing I can say about this park is they have free Wi-Fi.
If you find yourself in Green River needing an RV park, this one is probably the best choice. They have a lot of open sites and all are pull-thru. The sites are gravel and there are bits of shade. I think the price is high for what they have to offer but they know you're stuck in the middle of nowhere. Free WiFi. The day we were here there were only about 7 other rigs in the park.
This is a very nice park. The sites are a little tight but other than that I saw no problems with it. It's right on the interstate, but there was no noise from our site. Internet is central only, but it's free.
First of all, the owner/manager is rude and couldn't care less if you stay here or not. She claims to have raised her prices on July 1st by $5 over Woodalls listed price. On top of that she charges $3 for Wi-Fi and wants to charge even more for 50 amps. The "drive thru" spaces are far too short for a 40' rig and car, but she doesn't care and allows it. This is a small city in the middle of nowhere and her prices are out of line. The park is OK and you'd have to go into Idaho to find another park, which is what I recommend. The only positive is that cable is included in the price.
This is one of the best campgrounds I've ever been in. The roads and the spaces are paved. There's over 15 miles of hiking/biking trails. Reservations are a must on weekends but during the week should not be a problem. I would have given them a 10 rating if they had WiFi/Cable but you really don't need it, you're going to be busy enjoying yourself.
What is it with KOA? They all act like they are God's gift and they're not. This one is like most, a bunch of gravel spots that are far too close together and extremely over priced. Their price is outrageous and then they want to charge you extra for everything. They wanted to charge me $20 extra because I arrived before the noon check-in time. Dogs $3. We took a 30 amp spot at $55 after our KOA discount because they wanted $10 additional for 50 amp. We were in a bind or I never would have stayed here and certainly won't again.
If you are a member of Coast to Coast or RPI this park is fine. We're RPI and paid only $8 a night. At $52 a night the park is extremely overpriced and I would find another place to stay. Spaces are all concrete slab and very narrow. Once you're in, the space is nice enough. Most of the park consists of permanent residents but they are all in very good shape.
Excellent RV park! Full hookups and WiFi, no cable but good TV reception. Cochrane is a nice city and only about 15 miles from Calgary. We used it as our base for our Calgary Stamped stay. The facilities and the sites are excellent.
This is a very nice park very close to the city of Canmore. The sites are also very nice. WiFi is in the office only but free. The price we paid was based on a weekly rate (stay 6 nights and get 1 night free). The people were nice and helpful. This is a nice location to visit Banff and Lake Louise, if you don't want to be in the Provincial Park, which isn't much less expensive.
This campground has been given a bad rap. It is expensive because of where it is, but we had a great experience here. You need to plan to have your tanks empty upon arrival and stay in one of the sites next to the office that only offer water and electric (free dump is available if you should need it). They are very nice sites with great views and you save $5 over the other sites that offer sewer. Utilizing these sites (and there are about 20 of them) puts you near the office and showers. The employees are super and the restaurant is very good. Our 3 day stay was great. While sites are narrow because the campground is old, the employees were very accommodating to allow us to utilize two sites during our stay. I assume this would be different if they were full. We enjoyed our stay very much. You should also be aware that the only cell phone service that works in this valley is Verizon. Good Sam park!