Supposedly under new management but they are hugely incompetent. After calling three times and leaving messages, arrived to find they would not honor PA rate, despite the fact that they show a PA logo on their website and PA lists them on theirs. Check your rate well in advance to avoid bait and switch. Very average campground and overpriced for the area at the full rate. Would not stay here again.
Convenient exit off I-20, but a little bit of highway noise. Good location for Jackson or Natchez Trace Trail. Bathrooms are clean and spacious, sites are paved, but tight to negotiate for larger rigs. Located in mobile home community, but fairly well kept up/ Wi-Fi included and excellent. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Would stay here again, but price is rather high for what you get, even with Good Sam discount.
Convenient stop off I-20. Passport America rate for 1 night, but $4.95 extra for internet (Tengo), a bit high. Restrooms were very clean and spacious. Laundry room fine. Staff was pleasant and welcoming. Dusty roads (probably very muddy if raining). Roomy to maneuver, even with a big rig. We would stay here again, but would like internet if it was fair.
Owners were friendly and helpful. Convenient to Taos from the north side. AAA discount rate. No shade, gravel/dirt sites. Beautiful sunsets and mountain views. Bathrooms were spacious and spotless (one men's, one women's), store was basic but reasonably priced. Would definitely stay here again.
Kind of a tired, sketchy campground, but owners are friendly and accommodating for the most part. Previous review about dogs is accurate. Kind of annoying when the CG owners dog is running all over and leaving little presents outside your door, in addition to annoying other dog owners whose pets are tied up. Pretty wild "temporary" sewer hookups above ground (no plumbing code in SD, I guess...), but we chose no sewer and used a dump station instead. Base charge for campsite then electric & sewer are extra. Very convenient to Badlands NP. Small town is walking distance with general store and gas station. Tired bathrooms, but reasonably clean. Would stay here again.
Previous review a little harsh. Not a bad little stop between Bismarck ND and Pierre SD. An open field just off the road north of town, with sign in front. Understaffed with pay box in building. Pull up, hook up and pay $20/nite, or $10/nite Passport America rate. Bathroom & Shower in steel barn building. A little dirty around the edges, but easily cleaned up to acceptable. Water & Electric OK. Dump station across field. Pretty quiet after dark when slight highway noise settled down. Adolescents nearby riding quads and shooting fireworks, since it was the 4th of July. All in all, not a bad stop for the price. No Wi-Fi. Would stay here again.
Park is conveniently located right off I-40, close to Flagstaff. No 30 amp (adapter needed), only 50 + 20 amp hookups. Has some pretty unsightly permanent rigs. It's dusty, dirty, windy. Laundry, bathrooms and showers were tired and filthy. Only "light" cleaning every few days. Bathroom/shower area is shared with on-site Steak House restaurant (which serves tour buses), so be prepared for high traffic and filth during operating hours. Kind of bizarre. Staff was pleasant, but not especially helpful or knowledgeable about much of anything. Not recommended, but pricing is modest for area. Probably wouldn't stay here again.
Stayed one night on Passport America rate. Bathrooms, showers and pool area were spotless. Not especially fancy, but adequate. Lots of pull-throughs, convenient to highway. Extra charge ( $4 sign-up online) for internet, but it was fast and dependable. Would definitely stay here again.
Beautiful location right on the beach. $15.00 more for beachfront row of sites. Clean site. Paved pad. Nice host on-site. All CA State Campgrounds have jumped in price due to budget crisis, which allows private CGs to raise prices also. Consumer loses. Near charming town of Half Moon Bay - walkable. Nice walking and bike path through park. Would stay here again, although expensive for what you get. Area choices are ALL expensive.
Convenient to Sonoma wine country and charming town of Healdsburg with shopping. Nice, wooded setting by river. NO DUMP STATION OR SEWER HOOKUPS. Grass sites (a little tight) with paved roads. Small store on site. Management was very accommodating for early-season stay.
Lovely spot in the hills about 20 minutes from Monterey. As with much of CA, price just seems to keep going up because of budget crisis. Run by Monterey County. Supposed to go up to $40 soon. Extra star if you like race tracks, as it overlooks Mazda Raceway. Clean, well-kept, self-registration. Definitely would stay here again.
A nice little campground nestled in a grove of tall Redwoods. BEWARE of rain before or during your stay though, as it does turn into a muddy mess. Very nice, helpful management. Clean bathrooms (despite constant muddy footprints) and plenty of hot water for showers. Dump station on site. A little tight navigating between trees, but can be done. Not a lot of choices in the area that are any better. State park is expensive with no hookups. Andrew Molera SP is gorgeous for day hikes!
Perched on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this CG is a beautiful spot to stay on a trip along the coast. Kind of tight for big rigs and only a couple of suitable sights for them. No hookups, although water and flush toilets available. Reasonable rate for a beautiful spot to camp. No showers or hot water. Managed by a third-party, parks management company for the NFS. Loved staying here!
Located in the Los Padres National Forest, this pretty, old-growth tree/meadow CG is right off Rt 1 (east side) about 20 miles south of the town of Big Sur. Water is available and it has flush toilets, but no hookups. Very scenic area. Somewhat level in places, but not flat. A few sites would accommodate a 40', with toad unhooked. Nice host on site. Reasonable price for overnight in area. Managed for NFS by third-party parks management Co. A nice break along the coastal drive.
A hidden secret on PCH (Rt 1), just north of Rincon Parkway. This small county CG has spectacular views from the dry sites along the stone seawall, and is quiet, except for the continual roar of the surf. Fun to watch surfers morning and evening time. Sites can be reserved in advance ($45 Apr-Nov, $40Nov-Apr for full hookups - $30 Apr-Nov, $25 Nov-Apr for non-hookups). We dropped in for a night and stayed for a week. A few sites can take 40'+ rigs.
Perhaps due to CA budget mess, rates are now $35/nite dry camping and $50/nite with full hookups. We were told they were first-come, first-served only. No reservations. Wi-Fi is available near ranger station. Nice park, very woodsy and scenic as previously described. Well kept, but not much of a bargain. We stayed only one night as there were full hookups in town for the same money with Wi-Fi at site, laundry, pool, etc.
Immaculately maintained, well-designed, large RV Park and a HUGE bargain at $15/nite PPA rate. Not especially scenic, but spotless and crisp. Friendly, helpful staff. FREE laundry. Internet worked fine for us, even streaming video. DEFINITELY would stay here again and look for other parks in chain if they're anywhere near as good.
A beautiful riverside, wooded setting. Somewhat tired grounds with rough, potholed entry road. Electric hookups are somewhat shaky. Blew a circuit breaker making dinner and no one seemed to know how to reset it. Nice enough management. Would stay here again though, for the setting alone. PPA rate.
This is not an RV park, but is a working Dude Ranch that has a number of RV hookups available. It's quiet, scenic and the staff is friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi is weak, but you can sit in the office and get a good signal 24/7 if you need it. We were there in a slow time of the year and had the whole place to ourselves. Bathrooms were tired and spartan, but clean and well supplied. Easy to get to town, the MacDonald observatory, the historic Fort Davis, the beautiful State Park and other locations. Would stay here again without question. PPA rate one night only,
Great Park! Well designed, strong Wi-Fi signal, clean bathrooms & laundry, great PA pricing. A nice surprise as we headed towards Las Cruces. Highly recommended as a stopover, maybe even as a long-term stay (a little far from things, though...)
This is a gem of a place to stay. GORGEOUS views of the ocean and beach. Quiet. Nice volunteer hosts keep an eye on things. And CHEAP! No hookups, but dump station and fill water on the way in and out. It's a long way to town and civilization, but worth it to stay here, even in stormy weather. Daily guided beach hikes and ranger talks make it interesting and educational. One of the nicest locations we've stayed at.
Nicely kept park. Lots of seasonal permanent residents. Tightly run and efficient. Only one night for PA rate, so it becomes a little overpriced at full rate. Convenient to see San Antonio and area sights. Convenient bus service to downtown. Would stay here again for one night.
Nicely run campground. Convenient to town and highway. Reasonably quiet. Clean and well-maintained. Mix of permanent and transient units. Owners very nice, helpful and easy to work with. Definitely would stay here again. PA rate.
Very near Cherokee Museum & Town. Clean, grassy site, with some gravel. Reasonably level. Partially paved roads. Water pressure a little low and inconsistent. No bathrooms -hookups only. No tents. Very reasonable rates (PA $10/nite). Pay at convenience store by entrance. On-site "Ranger" keeps an eye on things. Very easygoing. Near shopping, restaurants.
Convenient location right off highway, reasonably quiet despite proximity to road. Nice hosts, internet was a little spotty at times. Laundry was clean and reasonably priced. Bathrooms clean and well stocked, although rudimentary cement floors. Nice hiking trail for walking or exercising pets. Convenient to Topeka sights. Would stay here again on the way north or south.
An expensive cement slab in a tightly packed parking lot. Convenient to Independence and Kansas City tourist sites. Nothing for kids on-site. Hosts are nice enough, but not especially friendly. Ask for clarification of extra charges at check-in so to not be surprised afterward.
Nicely kept, older, wooded park. Layout was a little tight for larger rigs, but manageable. Price was a little high, but it was convenient to highway, quiet (only a little distant highway noise) and had reasonably good Wi-Fi.
Was pleasantly surprised as we pulled in from a NYS booklet and found this place. The management was friendly, helpful, vigilant and the grounds were well-kept. Although it was off-season and quiet, it seemed like they managed things well and it would be a nice place to stay any time of the year.
Kind of a tired CG. Very nice owners, but lots of work needed to make this place nice. Roads were uneven, rutted and tight. Lots of "permanent" residents, some of whom were a little edgy looking. An adequate place to stay a night in a jam, but not a destination CG.
A fairly nice location with lots of year-rounders there. CG was reasonably well layer out with a big field divided into sites. No gravel or pad to park on, so it might get mushy and/or muddy in rainy weather. Owners were OK to deal with. Not a lot of bathroom maintenance or upkeep. An OK place to stay for a night or two.
A fairly new CG with nice facilities, pretty surrounding scenery and nice amenities. Bathrooms are clean and new. Site pads are fairly level and roomy enough, but not spacious. A good value and a nice place to stay. Owners are very nice and helpful.
This is a marina that has set up their operation to accommodate RVs where the boats are parked for the winter months (while they're in the water for the summer). It's right at the waters edge, convenient to the downtown and tourist areas in Duluth. The rest rooms (Head, in boat terminology) are somewhat oddly configured and a little tired, but clean at least. A little spend y for what you get, but I guess you're paying more for the location and convenience. Owners were VERY nice, helpful and accommodating.
I have NEVER been to a CG with a cleaner, nicer bathroom, and probably will never find one. Everything was/looked brand new and was immaculate! Owners couldn't have been nicer and more helpful. Very convenient to shopping, RV store, movie theater, bank, fast food. Layout was spacious, landscaping, while new, was nice. If every CG was this nice and this reasonably priced, why own a home. Live in a CG!
Perfectly adequate campground. Restrooms were a little tired and shopworn, but clean. Very little greenery, with sights tightly side-by-side. Views of water and bridge were very limited, although you could walk across road to the waters edge to see more. Owners were perfectly nice. Price seemed a little high for what was provided, but that's a tourist town for you.