Ok place with lots of seasonals sites, some a little shabby. Site size for the remaining sites real small and just grass and dirt that turns into mud if it rains. Lots of huge trees that should be trimmed. Hook ups ok and cable TV in some sections with lots of channels but no Wi-Fi at the sites. At the time of year I stayed, it was real laid back during the week but the weekends get busy. Was still quiet except the traffic noise from I-87. Close by to shopping and attractions but things in the limited store outrageously priced, $3.25 for a very small bag of ice. The place has potential but the sites are too close together and a little claustrophobic for us. It will take lots of $$$ to get this place to the caliber of the other places near by. Race weekends must be real busy and more hectic. Registration a little difficult as you are talking to someone not at that campground. Some of the restrooms and showers need updating but others are in good shape. Nice playground for the kids. Price of $20 a night and location was what attracted me here and and would return but there are lots of other quieter campground/RV parks close by that are nicer but more $$$. Dump station is on a grade and a little difficult to get to with the one way roads in the campground.
Beautiful RV park close by to the Turning Stone Casino. Site size ok but not real large and hookups in great condition with plenty of power. Staff very friendly and helpful and saw the ground crews trimming the flower beds in the morning when leaving. Some of the trees need trimming but sites easy to get into paved and level. Wi-Fi was working ok on our stay. Buildings and restrooms some of the best I have ever seen when camping. Only spent 1 night as a stop over when traveling so didn't use or get to see the whole park but would recommend to anyone with any sized RV. I would like to spend some more time here and use the 24 hour shuttle to the casino.
What a nice quiet, clean park close to the Canadian border. Sites quite large and level with nice river views of the Grass river on some of the sites. Very friendly staff and well stocked camp store. Hook ups in great condition with plenty of power. Pool a little small and was closed for the season. Wish they had Wi-Fi available at the sites but they had it at the office, would have been at score of 10 if so. Can hear some traffic noise from the near by RT 37 but it isn't real bad. Sometimes you hear the ships horn and engine rumble when they go through the close by Eisenhower Lock. Shopping and fuel close by as are other attractions. I would recommend this campground to anyone with any sized RV.
Bottom line is this place is a DUMP. The owners refuse to repair anything or put money into this place to make it better. I only came here for the May and October days extended weekends, where you leave your RV setup and come up on the weekends. The power to your RV is below 100 volts at times so forget about running anything much more than a light bulb. I watched several tree limbs fall on a couple of trailers and one limb almost hit a couple of younger children. There are loud party's at night but seem to simmer down around midnight. I have been camping here for many years and the owners have just let the place go. Their normal on season rate is very much over priced. They advertise free cable TV, but they don't tell you that you may need 500 feet of cable to use it in some areas of the park. With some serous effort and lots of money this place could be pretty nice but I doubt it will happen. I doubt I will return and many of the family's I camp with here feel the same way. The only good thing I will say about the place is the location, it's close to I84 but sometimes a little to close when the trucks are going by with there Jake brakes on.
Nice quiet place by the river. Not a lot to do here but relax. We mainly go here on the 4th of July holiday weekend and have always had a great time. Swimming and tubing down the river was fun. We like the river sites, but they don't have sewer hookups, not a real problem for 3 or 4 days stay. The owner is a great person and will help you in any way he can. He does a Sunday worship service that is great.
Nice park close to the highway but far enough away that you don't hear the traffic noise. Make sure to check the Hot Deals on the web site. I got a premium pull through 30/50 amp with cable TV and free WiFi for $99.00 for 4 nights. The park is a little hilly with many sites way off level but the pull-thru ones up front are level. Pool was nice and rest rooms were clean and modern. Doesn't look like much to do here for the kids but this parks main attraction is the Williamsburg and surrounding areas. I would stay here again if in this area especially if they have the Internet Hot Deals.
This place is huge and you can get lost real quick but after a day or so it all makes sense. There is always something going on, people coming in all this time, golf carts all over the place but everyone seemed to obey the rules so we had no problems walking around. Some of these golf cart owners take these things pretty seriously the way they have them decked out. Most people keep to them selfs but were friendly and to not many are out at night sitting. I am not too sure on campfires as there were no rings or pits but I have my own so I thing I was the only one who had a camp fire at night. You can't have fires on the beach. The pool was nice but I could see if this stay was more on season it would be crowded. The beach was very clean but was pretty narrow. The paved roads were in great shape. The sites seamed to have plenty of room, more so than the 2 neighboring campgrounds. The staff was pleasant and made great suggestions on what to see and do. I would definitely recommend this campground as a nice place to stay and I will return if I am back in that area.