This is really a fine campground. It is convenient, quiet, has reasonably large sites, nice restrooms & showers (free) and has an abundance of trails for walking and dogs. There is also a super logging museum that is part of the park within walking distance, plus it is a perfect place to camp for access to crater lake.
This is a nice campground on Eagle Lake. We stayed in a non-hookup site nearer the water, but it looked as though most had power/water. The sites are huge. What really was bizarre is that the restrooms did not have showers - bizarre. The beach was nice, but no formal trails to the beach. The water is very shallow so fishing without a boat isn't really feasible. The dump is across the street.
This campground is very quiet ...that's because it's a zillion miles down a squirrelly road. The pluses is that the sites are huge and wooded, and there is a nice lake nearby. Despite expectations, most of the sites are not lake front...you pretty much have to drive. No hookups. The good news is that we paid just $17 with PPA. But since this was an overnight for us, next time we'll pick something closer to the road.
This was a very nice campground run by very nice people. Although there weren't very many camp sites for travelers, most of the permanents were up in another place, so they weren't an issue. It is a great campground for visiting Columbia and Jamestown. The bathrooms/showers were adequate, but needing an upgrade. We paid using our PPA membership...their standard rate of $49 is way too much.
This is an acceptable stopover campground if you pay the club rate of $20. Their $40 standard rate is too much. While near Hwy 99, is turns into white noise, so that's not a problem...the trains on the other side blowing their horn are. One unisex bathroom/pay shower was a disappointment, although spotless. The sites are nice green grass which was nice.
Hmmmm. I don't really believe in grading campgrounds "on a curve". This is an acceptable place to stopover but not an 8 or 10. There are only around 12 hookup site and they are pretty close together. The stream is about 2' wide. There is a millpond down the road. I really wouldn't bother to stay here next time we're traveling down 395.
This is a fine campground on many park-like acres with large sites and lots of grass. It is in a valley near the confluence of the Kootenai and Moyie rivers. While it is remote enough to be isolated from road noise, there are train tracks nearby, so you may be awakened by a whistle.
For an overnight stopover, it's fine. Small in size and not too many spaces. On the plus side, it is a picturesque campground with acceptable sized spaces and very clean large restroom and shower facilities. On the down side, the road is fairly loud and it's 1/2 block from RR tracks, also loud. Table, but no campfire grate.
Nice Provincial Park on Kootenay Lake. Kokanee Creek runs through park where you can see the Kokanee Salmon spawning. As typical of BC's Provincial Parks, large secluded sites with no hookups. Walking distance to huge beach and park, but dogs not allowed. Lots of shade.
Very clean little park set in the cedar trees. Across street from Kootenay Lake, and walking distance to a beach area. some sites are along the creek, but all are taken by permanent/seasonal folks. We stayed in #5 which is picturesque and secluded - I highly recommend this site. Bath and showers are fine, but it costs a "loonie" for a shower.
We have been going to Pearrygin Lake SP since our kids were very young, but took an 8 year break up until this year. The original (east) park is basically unchanged with huge sites in a beautiful setting right on the lake. The park bought the adjacent Derry's resort which was always crammed with mediocre sites and facilities. Hopefully WA ST can spend some money to improve this (west) portion - it really needs it. In the original (east) campground, the bathrooms are pretty small for the number of people staying here, with no soap dispensers and only one shower. The other gripe is that the place is always packed because of the proximity to fun Winthrop and the family-friendly activities at the park and lake - unfortunately this makes for a cluttered look with most sites having multiple tents in addition to trailers and RVs, boats and cars .. everywhere, plus inflatables laying everywhere. So if you are looking for a quiet relaxing campground - this ain't it.
A very excellent beach campground on Florida's Atlantic coast. Nice well-shaded sites of sand. The coquina loop seems to have larger sites and are in a beautiful area of oaks and palms. No waste on sites. The beach is nice, although a ways from the campground, and has a nice store with a free Wi-Fi hotspot. Particularly nice about the campground is the proximity to St. Augustine town with the historic building and site seeing.
Very nice campground within the huge James island Park facility. Sites were large and level. Nice restroom/showers. Great biking around the park, and superb dog park. You get a discount to enter the water park. I feel that while the campground was nice, it was overpriced for what you get.
Nice grassy camp sites, fairly well spread out. No waste on sites. Pull throughs avail. A nice family runs the place. Negatives are that while they had functional bath/shower facilities, it is very old and decrepit and greatly in need of reconstruction. Also no laundry. Great PA for visiting Amish country and RV manufacturing. Free Wi-Fi was pretty fast.
Yogi and Boo-boo keep a clean and organized campground here. Many pull throughs. Gravel pads, but not a lot of shade. Wi-Fi cost $1 extra. Ash trays in restrooms were a disappointment to see. Nice pool area. Used PA rate.
Meandering campground set among HUGE shade trees, so not much sun if you want it. Great launching point for touring the islands. Bike trails around Jekyll Island are great! Sites are poorly defined and somewhat random.
A wonderful surprise RV park. Huge sites, big shade trees, well groomed gravel sites, landscaping, excellent pool, and clean shower facilities. We just overnight, but it is nice enough for extended stays. They close May-Sept. Used PA rate. Some Hwy noise. Very charming place.
A "Loners on Wheels" campground and a good PA stopover site. An interesting park and the owner have done a lot to make it as nice as possible with walking paths, gardens, dog park, and nice bath/shower facility. Very friendly people in a quiet location. Trees are small. Gravel pads, but well groomed.
Surprisingly wonderful campground in Cajun country. We found this to be better than the picture show with pretty large sites surrounding two lakes. Most sites on concrete. Downside were limited and far away shower/bath facilities and no Wi-Fi. No tables.
Arrived rather late and was given a gate code to get in. Good PA park. Very nice place with great pool, concrete sites, grass, pond, nice landscaping, but no tables. Nice bath/shower facilities. The office was never open.
If one were to sit down and design the ugliest possible campground, this is what they'd come up with. Utilities on telephone poles with wires strung whichway. Ungraded gravel. Argh! Was good this was 1/2 price with PA. I gave then an extra point for having laundry, showers and Wi-Fi (sort of).
An exceptional campground on Lake Pontchartrain. Lots of bike trails, good amenities, large sites, and free Wi-Fi. Showers were pretty good, but too few to support sites. Great camping for access to Honey Island Swamp and New Orleans.
A measuring stick for the best (and happiest) family camping in the USA. Aside from the benefits of camping on the Disney world property, which are many, the campground itself has excellent, reasonably secluded, flat, clean site. Miles of great walk/bike trails, pet friendly, and a super pool with water slide (Meadow), and three country stores. We were in the 400 loop which is walking distance to the Settlement with a great country buffet restaurant (Trails End), and boat shuttles to Magic Kingdom, wilderness Lodge and Contemporary. My only beef is that Disney not only does not have campground Wi-Fi, but also wants to charge you $10/day to use Wi-Fi at hotspots at the Settlement area, which is silly and cheap in today's world.
Beautiful campground with great beaches and lagoon-front camping. Sites 72-98 are in great area of pines and palm trees and right on the water, but shore is rocky. Even sites 16-38 are right on the shore, most with with a private sand beachhead. 24 and 26 are nice. Electric and water only.
Very clean and full-featured RV park. Seemed to service folks visiting the Mayo clinic. New first-class restroom/shower facility. Trees are small, so shade is sparse. Doesn't really cater to kids. Nice folks.
Game Farm campground. Nice electric-only campground. Very clean and pleasant. Two good bath/shower facilities. Seemed to be the nicest of the Custer SP campgrounds we looked at. Huge sites, lots of grass, creek nearby, trees, laundry, and paved bike trails.
We're not big KOA fans generally, but this is a really fine campground. Huge sites, two nice bath/shower facilities, large campground with lots of room, breakfast and dinner specials, mini golf, and just a little way to the beautiful Badlands NP. Also very friendly folks. We'd definitely return here again.
Came during Memorial weekend and it was packed, which took away from what otherwise might have been a more pleasant stay. Bath/shower facility is small for the number of sites. Pool is small. Nice kid's activities and good sightseeing nearby.
Not a bad campground. Was very hilly, but the site was fairly level. The two loops are very far apart, so access to pool and store is a long ways for one of them. Bath facility is small. A lot of highway road noise.
This is a nice park run by some nice folks. Peter walked around and asked to make sure you are happy, etc. Very caring. Restroom/showers were immaculate. Clean and well groomed grounds. Site were very close together, although they try to stagger RVs if they are not full. Wi-Fi worked well. Peter is somewhat anal about dogs and where they pee. Not very many trees, so shade is via awnings.
This is a clean and fairly well organized and large KOA campground. It is some ways out of town, but the advantage is very little road noise, compared with others that are nestled between RR tracks and I-90. The restroom and showers are fine. The Wi-Fi is typical of most KOA's, very difficult to connect to, and this one was particularly slow. My biggest gripe with this KOA is the price. We paid $50 for 3 people including a KOA 10% discount. Bozeman is not worthy of such a high price. Because of that, we will not likely stay there again unless there is no other choice.
This is really a fine campground with very friendly folks. The campground is neat and well organized. The bath/shower facility is immaculate. Wi-Fi works well. The only negative is that it is near I-90, so you hear some highway noise, but cannot see it due to good tree borders. We'll stay here again for sure.