Campground was still closed in April, but when we called the owners allowed us to stay in 50amp, pull thru, without water for $15 a night. This is another old KOA, but you would never know it except for the shape of the office. Sites are beautifully spaced, level, gravel, & very long. Shaded & open sites available. Staff was busy raking & cleaning up the winter debris. Very friendly & welcoming. All utilities worked well - cable TV, wifi & electric (water not turned on yet for season). Deer & turkeys on lawns every morning & evening. Great location for visiting local attractions. Highly recommend.
The spaces are tight, with small trees, pull through gravel, level and about 50' long. All utilities worked well. There is no cable, but some local channels received on the antenna. Wi-Fi worked fine. Friendly staff & well kept grounds. There is a little road noise at night. It's a good location for visiting local attractions. Satellite and Verizon worked well.
Typical KOA, very tight side-by-side hook up pull throughs. Very overpriced for what you get, but no other options in area. All utilities worked well. Sites were level gravel, about 50' long and not wide at all. Little road noise. Good location for visiting attractions.
Very tight spaces and narrow roads. Needed to ask people to move cars in order to get in/out of park. Pull through, gravel, level, exactly 40' long - we just fit and had to remove our trailer. Old ex KOA, friendly staff, but not well maintained. Lots of run down campers with long term residence. Wi-Fi was very slow and cable TV snowy. Rate above is Escapee's, but still high for what you get. Water & Electric worked well. Little road noise. Great location for visiting Free Hot Springs, Museums & Legion Rock - all worth the trip.
New park, so all sites are concrete, level with new utility set ups. All utilities worked well. Park is clean & neat. Small grass area with small round table between sites. Wouldn't call it a resort. There are no activities, small playground, pool (closed this time of year). Did have access to great walking/biking trail & close to all Salt Lake attractions. Close to major roads, so you do have road noise, especially if windows are open. We stayed a week & found that the daily Good Sam rate for 7 nights was cheaper than their weekly rate. Also, rates on website are wrong so call for rates. Wi-Fi worked fine late at night. They did keep track of your usage & slowed the speed if you exceeded their limits.
Although the grounds around the office/pool/restrooms/showers/laundry was well kept, most of the long term residence sites are a mess. All pull throughs are side by side hook-ups & you share the small grassy area with the camper next to you on the other side - very tight. Turns are also tight for big rigs. All utilities worked well. I couldn't get satellite TV because of the trees, but their cable was OK. Nice walking/biking trail nearby. State Park & campground at end of road on the lake looked very nice, we would probably try that if we returned to the area. Rate with Good Sam discount.
Small campground with only a few pull through sites big enough for 40 foot RV. If 2 big rigs were side by side, your slides would almost touch. We were here in off season and the owner allowed us to straddle 2 sites, so there was some space between us and the other campers on either side. Owner very friendly and helpful, and there were fresh eggs available in store. All utilities worked well. Very quiet. Good location for Kolob Canyon portion of Zion: much less crowded than main entrance Zion. Super Wal-Mart close by. Need reservations in summer. OK for a short stay.
Very tight sites. Pull through sites are just long enough for 40 foot RV: level, gravel and very close together. Turns also tight: an old park that was built for much smaller campers. Water pressure was very low. Other utilities worked well. If you can't get into the Zion campgrounds, this is your only option close to Zion. Make reservations for holiday periods and summer. OK for a short stay.
Beautiful National Park campground. Unbelievable views. Good hiking and fishing/boating on Colorado River. Has large pull through and back-in sites. About 5 pull through sites can take up to 40 foot RV with tow, that are relatively level. Another 5 that will need lots of blocks to get level. Bathrooms available, no showers. Fresh water also available. Maximum stay is 14 days. Nightly rate is National Park Senior rate. No reservations, but this is an out of the mainstream park, so your chances of finding a spot are good.
Park is an open, red clay field with hook-ups. Cable TV was snowy. Other utilities worked well. A few trashed trailers on site. OK for short stay. Only thing in Williams is the Grand Canyon Railway: which is overpriced, but OK if you prefer not to drive to the Grand Canyon.
Public areas are well maintained, however some park models are showing their age, a few look not maintained at all. Sites are large, level with concrete pads. Residents very friendly, lots of activities. All utilities worked well. We were given a "3 free night" coupon at Good Sam Rally, so not sure what their rates really are. Have "no pet" areas which is very nice, however we were told the owners may change this in the near future. Surprise is a very high density area, and traffic was bad. We stayed in middle of park, but still heard traffic. Laundry was very nice and clean, but they have a pre-paid card system to pay for both wash and dry. Pre-paid card costs $2, and the minimum purchase is $5, all nonrefundable. Washer and dryers cost $1.25 each, so if you are only doing one load, you are donating $2.50 to the pre-paid card company: quite outrageous. I suppose most residents have their own washers/dryers, so this is just a rip off to short stay people. We would not stay again.
Very well maintained 55+ park. Everyone extremely friendly and welcoming. Sites are large, level, gravel with concrete pad and back-in except for short stay, pull through area which is all concrete. Loved the "no pet" sections: no waking to barking dogs for 2 months. However we heard that the owner's may change this in the near future, despite objection of current residents. Beautiful pool and other facilities. Every activity you can think of is available: some have slight charges, but mostly to help pay for pot luck party supplies. During our stay, we did not experience the bad smell, but were told it has happened, and just depends on the wind direction. Train noise was minimal to us. Monthly or seasonal guests are charged extra for cable TV. Wi-Fi was only available in clubhouse and not very good. Verizon cell and hot spot worked OK. Direct TV signal was fine. We will return, provided the "no pet" areas continue.
Wonderful state park. 10 sites with water & electric (30amp) - 4 are host sites, 3 are reserve ahead with Reserve America & 3 are first come/first served. Other dry camping sites are all first come/first served, some large enough for big rigs - all private. The water/electric sites are long, level & gravel with covered concrete patio. Water pressure was low, but 30 amp was strong. Verizon phone & Wi-Fi worked well. No local channels on antenna, but satellite worked well. Wonderful walking & hiking trails. Awesome rocks. Weekly & sometimes nightly star shows in onsite observatory. Plus several campers with their own telescopes. Very quite & peaceful.
This is the old Beaudry site, spruced up by Lazy Days. Very well maintained. Level gravel sites with concrete patios with wrought iron table & chairs. All utilities worked well. Strong water pressure. Limited but good cable TV. Strong Wi-Fi. Beautiful pool, club house & restaurant. Onsite RV training course. Lots to do in the area. Only negative - no activities.
OK for overnight. Never saw staff. Left payment in envelope, picked a site & left the next morning. Sites open & level, utilities worked well. Wi-Fi poor. Nothing in town, not even a grocery store, so don't expect to get supplies here.
OK for an overnight or short stay. Open level gravel lot with hookups. All utilities worked well. Cable TV was snowy. Wi-fi was excellent. Water pressure was good. Nothing in this town, so don't look for this to be a supply stop. Big Bend is about 60 miles away, & other campers said they drove down for the day. No club house, no activities. Friendly staff & campers.
Well maintained campground. Only 2 spaces for overnighter's or short stay, so call ahead for reservations. Sites are paved, level, & lots of trees. All utilities worked well. Water pressure was good. Very friendly staff & campers. Nice club house which seemed to have lots of activities. Town of Uvalde is much larger than I expected - all major chain stores - Walmart is within walking distance. On US-90, so there is road noise. Also no Wi-fi, & our Verizon hotspot didn't work well either.
Very nice family owned and run campground. Sites are dirt/gravel and mostly level. We did have a few choices for our 40' MH that were easy to get into. Only 30amp service, but it worked well. Water and grey water hook ups. Honey wagon available twice a week at no additional charge. Water pressure good. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well. Lots of activities for children and adults. Two pools, both well maintained. We stayed a month and will be back next year.
Great state park. A little expensive, but worth it. Sites are paved half moon pull through sites. Nicely spaced and private. FHU's including 50amps: all worked well. Good water pressure. Local channels came in on antenna. You can walk/bike or drive to the beach. Beautiful sunsets and stars. Very friendly staff and campers. Downside: you can only stay 2 weeks.
A very sad little campground. Good bones, but no maintenance. Tree limbs need to be cut back, wires need to be raised. Many full time sites are just a mess. We did manage to get our 40' MH in and out, but just barely. The person in the office could care less. Also, located in a poor part of town, but easy on/off highway. Utilities worked well. Wi-Fi was slow. Local channels came in on the antenna. Don't know how this campground got it's high Good Sam rating. OK for quick overnight, but nothing else.
Well maintained campground. Level sites, all utilities worked well. No cable TV, but local channels came in fine on an antenna. Wi-Fi worked well. Very friendly and helpful owners are working very hard to get park in order. Would stay again.
Beautifully maintained campground. All level pull through concrete sites. All utilities worked well. Cable TV was good. Wi-Fi was slow but usable. Short walk across the street to beautiful flat gulf beach. Owners extremely friendly and welcoming. Heated pool and hot tub. Fun water area and play ground for kids, plus huge mini golf course. Breakfast available $$ twice a week. Weekly group dinners with cards after and craft classes available. Quiet. We would stay again.
Sites are long and the level concrete pads are a little tight, but not unbearable. Campers are very friendly. Afternoon social and cards at night is about the extent of the activities. Water pressure and utilities are good. Cable TV is all snow and no local channels. You can get a few local channels on antenna, but not all. Wi-Fi is strong, but they ask that you don't Skype or stream video. Pool area is not well maintained and not heated. Only a few broken chairs around pool. Good location for visiting the area and Padre Island. Rest rooms were locked, we didn't use them. Laundry looked OK. Only a few messy sites and older units. No activities for children. Mostly quiet.
This is a necessary pilgrimage for all Tiffin Owners. Difficult to find: your GPS will put you on the wrong side of town, but it will get you to Red Bay. There you will see brown Allegro Campground signs. Follow them till you see the Tiffin Service Center sign. Turn into the Service Center: the campground is behind it, but there is no sign on the road for Allegro Campground. Once here it is a large, open parking lot (really a former runway) with hook-ups. Sites are small, but level. Just the basics. If you are not a Tiffin Owner and want to tour the factory, the campground is free and the tour is amazing. The best part of your visit is the sharing of info with other Tiffin owners. Service staff is extremely knowledgable and professional. Service lounge, bathrooms and laundry are spotless. Well worth the trip.
Wonderful state park. Well maintained and clean. Sites are very large, wooded and private. Either sand or gravel, level sites. The handicapped sites are paved and can be reserved by anyone, however most fit only 30 foot rigs. Site 13 can take a 40 footer. Utilities worked well. Rate is FL senior rate, the regular rate is $16. Would be a 10 with sewer.
This was July 4th week, so was very expensive and crowded. But this is a well maintained and beautiful park, a short walk to the beach. We have stayed before, the sites are well landscaped and feel private, although they are small. All back ins: a 40-footer with one small car, just fits in the space. There is very limited additional parking. Laundry, clean but small with only 2 washers and 2 dryers. Pool area and bathrooms are clean and well maintained. All utilities work well. A 10 when not full.
Well maintained campground. First choice was Capitol City, but they were full. This is a good alternative. Wide level pull through sites, all utilities worked well. Had air on,so didn't hear any traffic, but sure you would with windows open. Perfect for overnight.
This is the most outstanding "parking lot" we have ever stayed in. Secluded, quiet, large parking lot surrounded by mature tree's, next to a baseball stadium, surrounded by an upscale neighborhood. The parking lot is all concrete with large islands of grass and trees at the ends and middle of each row. Area is clean and well maintained. All sites are pull through and are just long enough for 40 ft MH. If the park was full, you would need to disconnect your tow. All utilities, including full cable TV, are in modern posts between each site. Sites are side by side and would be tight if the park was full. Sites are first come, first served, but you can call ahead to check availability. You pick up an envelope on your way in, select a site. Suggest you take an end site if available. Fill out the envelope, put in cash or check (CC are 4% more) and deposit the envelope in the box. Area is well lit with plenty of trash cans. Shopping is close by, as are all attractions in Birmingham. No restrooms or laundry. We would definitely stay here again.
What a find! Exceptionally gracious owners/staff stopped by to see that everything was OK and also to say "Good-bye" and thank us again for staying. Why can't other campgrounds do this? It doesn't cost anything and it really makes you feel welcome and appreciated. Sites are large, gravel, level, long pull through, FHU/50amp. No cable TV, but you can get local channels on antenna. Wi-Fi worked fine. Our Verizon card didn't. Everything was spotless and beautifully maintained. They even have an underground shelter for storms. Although it's not far from the main road, it is a very quiet, country setting. Bring what you need with you, supermarkets and shopping are a long way off. Hope we get to come back for a longer stay.
Driving in we thought: what did we get ourselves into. The road is in bad shape, uprooted trees, large logs and debris everywhere. It seems they have just had their second major flood of the season and only one section of the park is open. No restrooms, laundry or Wi-Fi. All washed away with the last flood. However, the one open section was beautiful: right on the river, FHU/50amp, level, long concrete pads, with large grassy area's between sites and outstanding views of the river and barge traffic. We are glad we stayed. Call ahead to see what facilities are available, they hope to have everything back to normal by Sept. 2011.
Well maintained campground. Sites are large, gravel,level, long, pull throughs, FHU/50amp, no cable - but HD local channels available with antenna. Laundry room, buildings & grounds were all in good condition. Some long term residents had unkept rigs & messy sites, but most were in the back of the park. Find for a few nights stay.
Well kept and managed campground. Sites are good size, level gravel and long pull throughs, FHU/50amp plus good cable TV. Didn't use their Wi-Fi. Rate above is for cash payment plus Good Sam. Laundry room was large and clean, didn't use the restrooms.
As said before, this campground needs some TLC. Ask for an end site, otherwise they are very tight. We were located in the back section, which is open with few trees. Fairly level gravel sites with FHU/50amp plus cable TV. Just long enough for 40 ft. MH and tow. Cable TV was fuzzy, otherwise all utilities worked well. Area surrounded by run down neighborhood with lots of dogs barking constantly. Many long term camp ground residents with unkempt rigs, unmowed grass and broken fences. Entry into park is narrow, office is dirty and smelled of cats. Staff was friendly, but seem to focus more on the BBQ business, after seeing the office, you couldn't pay me to eat there, but others seems to like it. Convenient to local attractions and shopping. OK for a short stay.
Well maintained campground. Friendly staff. Rate reflects Passport America rate, FHU/50amp/pull through, OK size for overnight or short stay. No cable TV or antenna reception. Campground Wi-Fi worked well as did Verizon aircard. Utilities worked well. Would stay again, if passing through the area.
Very well maintained campground. Rate reflects FHU/50amp back-in site that was not big enough for our 40' rig plus car. Needed to park our car in an overflow area. Utilities worked well, site was gravel, level and OK size. Cable TV was basic and fuzzy. Didn't use Wi-Fi, but Verizon card worked fine. Very friendly and helpful staff. Convenient to Yellowstone. Laundry rooms (2) were very narrow, making it difficult for more than one person to do laundry at a time. Plenty of machines, but difficult to get at. Did offer coffee and newspapers (in coffee room only) in the morning. West Yellowstone is a cute town with typical tourist stuff and in walking distance. Would stay again if in area.
Lots of mature trees and flower beds. Sites are large with gravel pads, grassy area and picnic table. Most pull through sites but not all level (check first). A good length for MH plus tow. Laundry room, rest rooms were clean, and neat. Some permanent sites are not attractive and buildings need to be painted. The utilities worked well: cable TV is basic and fuzzy, the tree's would limit Direct/Dish, Wi-Fi worked fine. Lots of road noise, especially row F, and some trains. Convenient to area attractions. No pool or activities.
Very well maintained campground. Large grassy sites, with level, gravel pads, mostly pull thru. Utilities worked well - Cable is only basic 16 channels. No pool or planned activities, but staff & campers were very friendly. Convenient for visiting area attractions. Good value with all the coupons they give you at check-in. Quiet, no road noise.
This campground needs some upgrading. The small golf course was well maintained, but the rest of the park needs improvement. Only 30amps electric available. Sites are large, gravel (which needs to be leveled) and back-in. Permanent sites are not attractive. Did not use laundry/restrooms/showers. Convenient to area attractions. Pool area small, but looked nice. We did not use it.
Neat & well maintained campground. Sites are tight & only a few can take a 40+ ft. motorhome. Mostly back-in. Near major road so easy on/off, but noisy. Utilities worked well including wi-fi & cable. Laundry was clean, but had musty odor. Did not use rest rooms or showers. Convenient for visiting area attractions. No pool or activities, just a place to stay for the night. Expensive because of high WA taxes.
This is a work in progress. Very nice wide paved interior roads, however all sites are totally gravel and most need to be raked & leveled. They are a good width, but the hook-ups are all in the rear - even the pull thru's. This makes it necessary to detach your tow, very inconvenient, unless you have very long hook-up lines. All utilities are new & worked well. Basic Cable TV. Did not use wi-fi. Bathrooms & laundry are in trailers not building, but are new & clean. This may be because the area has a high water table & was quite wet when we were there. Clubhouse has yet to be built. There is one section of long term campers that is not attractive. Does have a boat ramp & fishermen seemed to be happy. It does have waterfront (canal) sites & access to Silver Lake. Very quiet & convenient to area attractions.
Very well maintained, quiet campground. Owners very helpful & friendly. Sites are long & level, with a nice large grass buffer between sites, however the pads are narrow & most larger vehicles will go on the grass to maneuver into/outof the site. Street turns can also be tight, but doable for a 40' MH with tow. All utilities worked well, FHU/50amps. Basic cable TV. Washing RV & cars is encouraged - wish more places did this - it makes the whole campground look cleaner & neater. Wonderful town walking/biking trail on the side of the campground. Easy access to local attractions & shopping.
Rate reflects weekly rate. Good size, level, pull thru site. Campground also had back-in sites. Pull thru site had concrete pad and gravel,extra long - more than enough for 40' MH + tow. Utilities worked well. Negatives - no 50amp service, quite muddy this time of year and laundry room needs updating - but it was clean. Elk viewing every evening. Very friendly and helpful staff. Convenient to area attractions. Would stay again.
Exceptionally clean & well maintained campground. Sites are level, concrete & mostly back-in. A few higher priced pull thrus. Very nice club house & spa. Across the street from the beach, but it's a 8 story climb (stairs) to get down/up. Can hear the ocean from your coach at night. Utilities worked OK, FHU/30amp. Cable TV limited, didn't use wifi. Verizon Card/cell worked fine. Close to all attractions.
Well maintained campground. All sites concrete & most pull thru, however not long enough for 40 ft MH & tow vehicle. If the campground was full, we would have had to detach our dolly to fit into the pull thru site. There are nice low shrubs between the campsites. All utilities worked well, FHU/50amp. Cable TV & wifi worked well. Also verizon aircard/cell worked fine. Nice clubhouse area. Close to attractions & quiet at night. Very friendly staff.
Small, well maintained campground. Very friendly and helpful staff. Walking distance to town and shopping. We visited in off season and had no problem getting our 40' Class A parked, but in season this would be difficult. FHU/50amp, major cable TV all worked well. Sites level, grass and had enough room for 4 slides. Did not use Wi-Fi, Verizon air card worked well. Campground no longer takes Passport America or Escapee's, but $25 rate is reasonable. No road noise - very quiet campground.
Well maintained campground. Pull through sites, asphalt pads with grass in between, good size width. Our 40' motor home & tow just fit the length, so bigger rigs could have a problem if you want to keep your tow vehicle attached. FHU/50amp, cable TV and WiFi all worked well. Minimal road noise. Convenient touring location. Easy on/off 101. Friendly staff.
Extremely well maintained quiet campground. Large level, shaded gravel sites with grass in between for your picnic table. All utilities worked well. Very friendly staff and owners. Easy on/off I-5, yet little road noise. Nice pool area. Allow washing of car/RV, which is a huge plus. Rate is Good Sam.
Expensive mistake. Campground goes up the side of a steep hill. Sites very tight, pull throughs don't have space for slides or tow vehicle. If pulling a trailer for car, you may be required to pay an extra $10 a day to park your trailer, if you can't squeeze it into your site under your rig. Very Rocky beach, littered with garbage across very busy road. Staff friendly, but watch you like the TSA. All rules strictly enforced. Do not park your car one inch over the line of your site, even when the campground is half full. $10 fee for guest vehicles, even if you remove your car from the campground. Campground is clean and well maintained, nice sunsets, but definitely not worth the hassle or price. Will not return.
Beautifully maintained and expensive campground. By the water, but no beach - Marina and rocky coast. Everything is locked for security reasons, because it is surrounded by public park. Some activities, great staff, good restaurant on site with reasonable rates and large portions big enough to share. Utilities and cable worked fine. Sites good size. All back-in sites. Quiet.
Very well maintained KOA. Sites larger than normal KOA's. Lots of things for kids to do. Cable TV only 9 stations. All other utilities worked well. We elected a site without sewer to keep cost down. This is a very expensive campground. Convenient for local attractions.
Well maintained campground. Beach is on state land and not well maintained. You can walk to town and shops. All sites back-in, some larger than others. Rate is midweek off season special. All utilities worked well.
Beautifully maintained campground. Rate is Good Sam. Sites are tight, but do-able for 40 ft'er & 4 slides. Sunsets spectacular. Verizon card & cable TV worked fine. Great base to visit Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Friendly owners & very clean.
Rate reflects monthly rate including electric. Monthly rates are on calendar month only, so monthly rates can be for 28,30 or 31 nights depending on the month. Sites are a good size - all back-in except for overnighter's. Staff friendly & lots of activities. Wi-fi & cable tv good. Well maintained & clean. Observatory is outstanding & the reason we came. However probably will not return because of constant train noise & very cold nights - used a full tank of propane.
Easy off/on I-10, but quiet at night. Sites: large, gravel, level, pull through, FHU/50amp, Cable TV, and Wi-Fi. All utilities worked well, plus good Verizon air card and cell service. Friendly staff, clean, well maintained buildings and grounds. Took advantage of free golf at local course. Reasonable rate with KOA card. Would be a 10, with concrete pads and paved roads. Will stay again.
Beautiful spot for "Big Sky" sunsets. Newer park with level, gravel, large pull thru, FHU/50amp and Wi-Fi sites. No cable TV and no antenna reception except in Spanish. Easy on/off I-10. Quiet, above most traffic noise. Spotlessly clean, the owner was even picking up all the tumble weed. Very friendly and helpful owners. Excellent price. With cable TV and concrete pads, this would be a 10. We will definitely stop again.
This park is much better than your average KOA. Sites are large, well maintained level, gravel sites with FHU/50amp, cable TV and WiFi: all worked great. Our Verizon air card did not work well here, however cell did work. Staff and owners were very friendly. Newer park, so not much shade. Some sites do have covered picnic/seating areas. Right along a river, where you can swim or fish. Nice playground and pool. Easy on/off I-10, yet very quiet at night. Only negative is price. Comparable properties in Texas are under $30 a night. Not much to do in area. We would stay again.
Newer park. Large, level concrete pad, pull through sites. FHU/50amp, cable TV and WiFi all worked well. Well maintained grounds, rest rooms and laundry. Nice pool area and exercise room. Many long term residents, but all grounds neat and well maintained. Most of these sites were gravel. Area outside the park is not the best. No traffic or train noise. Very quiet at night. Great Passport rate. We would stay again.
The last review was a little harsh. This is not a resort property, but it does need some TLC. Sites need to be leveled and general areas spruced up. Unfortunately most residents are getting up in age and no longer able to help keep the park presentable. The newer buildings - activity center and Care Center are very nice, but the original Club House needs to be replaced - very unpleasant moldy smell throughout. It has a fantastic exchange library. Sites are a good size, some level, FHU/50amp. Did not use their Wi-Fi, no TV reception at all without your own dish. Mail service center is amazing to see. The Care Center is unique and something we will all eventually need - it's nice to know you can live in your RV and still have access to meal, laundry and cleaning service at a very reasonable rate. This can work for short term - surgery or knee replacement all the way to long term Alzheimer's care. The Care Center depends solely on donations and is a very worthy cause. We would stay again.
Estates is a bit of a stretch: this is a nice campground, behind a car and RV wash. Concrete pads, level, good size site. Facilities are dated but clean. Owner is very friendly. There is shopping nearby, but not sure there is much else in area. FHU/50amp, good cable TV and internet. Well mantained grounds and long term sites, very quiet at night. Good for overnight or a few days rest.
Very well kept campground. Friendly staff, clean facilities. Beautiful spot directly on the Mississippi River. Premium sites have full view of River. FHU/50amp, has cable TV, but very limited: only ABC & CBS, nothing better on antenna. Sites are level, some bigger than others, but all OK size, mostly pull through. Easy access to shopping and local attractions. Would be a 10 if it had true cable.
Beautiful state park and lake. Sites have about 30ft concrete pads and are about 22 feet wide. All shaded and back in. Some sites are along the lake. No reservations: first come first served. Water and 30amp. Neat and clean with friendly rangers. We were the only campers, so no problem finding a spot for our 40ft coach, however, not sure you could do this in high season.
This campground is actually in Miramar Beach which makes it easier to find on your GPS. Beautifully landscaped sites with level concrete pads and patio's. Short walk to miles of white sand beach. Sites fine for 40ft'er with 4 slides, but turns would be difficult for larger coach. All back-in sites and fairly close together. Good Wi-Fi, cable TV and very friendly staff. Only drawback is small laundry: only 2 washers and 2 dryers in very tight space. Can't imagine this in high season when everyone will want to wash beach towels in addition to regular laundry. Daily rates high, but monthly rate quite reasonable w/electric included. We stayed a month.
Beautifully updated and maintained RV Resort. Level concrete pads. The turns are a little tight for 40 ft motorhome, but doable. Nicely landscaped, but little shade. Friendly staff. Beach is a short walk with beautiful white sand. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi. Although on Hwy 98, very quiet at night. Wonderful sunsets from your patio. Wish we could have stayed longer, will return.
Beautiful new RV park, but still needs some work. The sites are large 45X80, nicely landscaped, some shaded: all back-in's. Concrete pads and patio's: level and flat. FHU 50amp. Washers/Dryers on site but not hooked up on our visit. Good size club house and pool. Also waiting for heater to be installed for pool. Wi-Fi had good reception. Cable TV not yet installed, no local channels available on antenna. Very friendly/helpful staff, no sales pitch to buy sites. This will be a great park, once these last few things are done. Cedar Key is a lovely small town, nice local shops, franchises not allowed. Great fishing and seafood. Will stay again.
Older campground with tight spaces and turns. We have 40 ft Motorhome and had to backup to make the turns: doable, but a longer coach might be stuck. Only a few pull through sites in front for overnight stays. Campground mostly long term park models, some in poor condition. Staff friendly. Full hook ups 50 amps. OK local TV on antenna. Didn't use their Wi-Fi but the signal looked OK. Shopping close by. OK for short stay.
Beautifully maintained resort with the most friendly campers. Large, level, concrete, back-in sites. Both sunny and shaded sites (shaded sites are gravel). Outstanding club house, 2 heated pools and hot tub. Lots of activities: you don't have to leave the resort, except for food. Near Space Coast. Disney and Seaworld are about 90 minutes away. Rate reflects off season, Passport America rate. We planned on staying 2 weeks, but liked it so much we stayed 4. Will definitely return.
Large, level, pull-through sites. Easy in/out off 95. Clean rest rooms & laundry. Good local TV on antenna. Friendly staff. Close to local attractions & beaches. Near outlet shopping. Minor road noise. No pool or activities - but you aren't paying for them either. Rate is with Good Sam. We will stay again.
Beautiful, well maintained state park. Large, level, half moon pull through grass sites. Most have shade tree's. Maybe 6 sites for big rigs (40 ft.+), so get there early for best spot. Definitely make reservations for large spots, since there are only a few. Nice nature trails. Cable TV was great. Check with park for water level, if you want to do boating. Water was too low on our visit. Friendly staff. We will stay again.
Rate for back-in site using Passport America. Beautiful camp ground, clean, well maintained, quiet, wooded,good size sites. Had some trouble leveling, sites were flat, but tilted due to hilly area, but do able, for a 40 ft. motorhome. Lots of activities for families. Local TV reception OK with antenna. Good walking/biking trails. Resort activities. Really liked the free laser show. You do have to pay an initial $10 entrance fee to park. Would definitely stay again.
Heavily wooded campground, only 2 sites that a 40 ft. motorhome could get into, so make reservations. Very quiet, sites are a good size and level. Only accept cash, no CC or checks. $2 extra per day for cable box, if you want TV. Only one washer and dryer in laundry. Good location for visiting the University of GA and the Botanical Gardens. Friendly staff, grounds need some TLC.
Large, level, back-in Big Rig sites with concrete patios. Clean and well maintained CG with very friendly staff and campers. No pool, playground, bath house, laundry or planned activities: just a nice quiet place to relax. Close to shopping and Augusta attractions. Must have self contained vehicle, FHU/50amp, can borrow a cable box for TV. Rate $25 cash only. Make reservations, due to the limited number of spots. Really enjoyed our stay.
No longer a KOA, but same KOA tight spaces. Well maintained CG. Fine for overnight or short stay. Friendly staff. Cable TV not good quality - better reception with antenna. Verizon cell and air card worked fine.
Beautiful, well maintained state park. Be careful when making reservations online at Reserve America if you have a large rig. Site entrances can be very tight, all sites are heavily wooded so be sure to look at pictures and read the site information. Short walk to Ocean and a long white, sand beach. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Can pick up some TV stations on antenna, Verizon cell and air card worked fine. Sites are nicely spaced. We had FHU/30amp for price above. Definitely the best place to stay in Myrtle Beach.
Sites very tight. Unfriendly staff and owners who don't care. Mostly park models and seasonal, roads not well maintained. Bathrooms and laundry locked at all times. Laundry had note on door, Closed. When I asked they said "Well if you have to use it, we can open it". Dog owners walk their pets anywhere, allow them to bark at all hours and don't pick up after their pets. Also big sign at check-in advising of recent thefts of things left out over night. No cable TV. Rate was for water and electric (50 amp). Only plus, water views are beautiful.
Beautiful CG. Clean, quiet and extremely well maintained. Sites are grass with concrete patio, level and all arranged around a lovely pond, no shade. All back-in or back-out, side by side hook-ups. Plenty of room for slides and Big Rigs. Restaurant in CG. Very helpful owners. Only negative is that it's far from beaches and local attractions. We would stay again.
This is a typical KOA, clean & well maintained. All sites are shaded & tight. Very friendly staff. All the amenities of a family campground. We had a pull through site, but had to disconnect our tow dolly and back out of the site because of very slim roads & not enough turn radius for a big rig (40 ft). Rate was a fall special listed under "Hot Deals" on KOA website. We had FHU/50amp. Would stay again.
Rate is for back-in, 30amp site w/KOA card. This was a very clean and well maintained CG. WiFi and TV service were good. Sites normal KOA size, not large but OK. Easy on/off 95, shade trees. Plenty of big rig, 50amp sites. Currently expanding campground, so will have even more sites. Only negative is road noise: right along 95. Friendly staff. Very convenient to local attractions.
Nice campground, great road signage, away from road noise, nicely spaced sites, good rates. The above rate is Escapee's rate, but they have Good Sam & Passport also. Friendly staff. TV is DirectTV and you need to use one of their boxes to get it, which required us to put the cable thru our kitchen window to our TV. Did not use their Wi-Fi, but Verizon cell and air card worked fine. On our visit they had a major problems with dog owners. Several dogs were running free during the day and one was left outside in a fenced in area all day and night. The dog owners were seasonal and I was told they worked crazy shifts, but this is not an excuse for leaving the dog alone outside. The dog barked loudly several times each night and usually set off other dogs, too. The manager said he would check into it, but I would advise you to ask if their dog problem has been eliminated before making a reservation or checking in. It could be a nice quiet campground without this problem.
Extra friendly owners and staff. Extremely well maintained, some park models but all in excellent condition. Only park models and cabins have views of lake Ontario. Boat ramp, wharf and small swimming area right on lake Ontario. Large grassy area with gazebo where you can watch the boats and sunsets on the lake - just beautiful. Pull thru sites don't have sewer and are out in the open. We had a back-in, plenty of space for 40' MH. If they had 50amp, they would be a 10. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi. Close to Sacketts Harbor & other attractions. Highly recommend.
Well maintained, clean and friendly CG. Great for groups. Large, pull through, level, big rig sites w/FHU/50amps, plus cable TV. Beautiful lake swimming and boating, plus heated pool, well stocked store. Close to local attractions and shopping. Draw back: expensive in season.
Do not bring a big rig here: we did and we are sorry. Unfortunately there isn't a CG in the area that's suited for more than a 30' trailer. Interior roads are not good and definitely not wide enough for a 40' MH to turn. The pull through site we had had side by side hook-ups, so we shared a small common area. Luckily the trailers next to us did not have slides or we would have touched. People were friendly, but most were seasonal and had been coming for 20 or more years.
Well maintained CG. Big Rig sites FHU/30amp are in open field. Close to Bar Harbor and Acadia NP. Friendly staff. Local TV on antenna, Verizon cell and air card both spotty, but worked at slow speed. Clean and very quiet.
Extremely clean and beautifully maintained CG. Expensive, but best choice in DC area. Big Rig pull through sites are not shaded and reserved for overnight or short stay guests. Most sites back-in ( fit 40-45' MH), are not very wide, but enough for slide outs. CG is between major roads, so traffic noise can be a problem. Very friendly and helpful staff. Bus leaves directly from CG to metro frequently. Beautiful pool and play grounds, great for family vacations.
Expensive (daily above based on weekly rate) but nice. Pull through Big Rig area doesn't have shade, but sites are good size, level and great for a group. Tour of area was included with rate and was excellent. Staff friendly and helpful. CG clean and quiet. Close to area attractions. Cable TV and internet both good.
Good CG for visiting the Portland area. Good size sites, some pull through, but we chose back-in to reduce the price. Rate is high. We visited family, both times we stayed here, so didn't spend much time in campground. Staff was friendly, areas were clean and neat. Did notice that people in beach area were allowed to play loud music during the day. Their beach area is open to local population for a fee. Big rig sites.
Very expensive CG, especially with no sewer hook-up and marginal 30 amp electricity. Do have gray water hook-up. Always walk and check out your site before bringing a rig in. Very few are level enough or large enough for Big Rigs. Even 5th wheels need to do a lot of work to get level. Interior roads poorly maintained and become streams in heavy rain. Staff friendly and helpful, but always a struggle to get a site that works for 40' motor home. They don't allow you to reserve a specific site. Bathrooms and lake area extremely clean and neat. No cable TV, but can get local TV with antenna. Verizon cell and air card work well. Lots of activities in season. Some seasonal sites are not well maintained. Unfortunately not anything better in the area.
Very hilly and heavily treed CG. We did have 50amp, FHU, pull through site for 40' MH, but I think this was the only spot that would take a MH that size. Had to work to get level. No TV, Wi-Fi, cell or air card service. Otherwise a good CG, clean, quiet, friendly staff. Close to local attractions.
Great campground. Clean, friendly staff, outstanding views from pull through sites on top of hill. Would rate 10 if they had 50amps and cable TV. Local TV reception ok with antenna. Verizon cell and air card worked fine. Have stayed before and will again.
Poorly maintained campground. Site was 30 amp to hold down cost. Cable TV was good. Didn't use their Wi-Fi, but Verizon cell and air card worked fine. Sites very tight and the interior roads were tight for 40' MH. Not many choices this side of DC. Would suggest Cherry Hill CG north of DC if you don't need to be south.
Chose a 30amp site: no sewer to keep price down. FHU/50 amp was more than $55 a night. The local chain hotels offer $39 a night! Good size pull through site in woods and away from any main road, so very quiet and better than most typical KOA's. Staff friendly and helpful. Verizon cell and air card only worked outside of MH. Cable TV ok, but not excellent reception. Neat, clean facilities.
This is a very popular truck stop. Campground is on the hill behind. Eight new pull through, big rig sites w/50amp FHU, no TV, didn't use Wi-Fi. Did get some local TV stations on antenna. No trees. Verizon internet card worked fine. These sites are adequate for an overnight or short stay. Lots of night noise from truck engines and generators.
Very nice state park. Sites are large, but only back-in. The two pull throughs are for the camp hosts. Has very friendly and helpful hosts. It's nicely wooded and away from road noise. Has great biking/hiking trails. Next to Coliseum, shopping and downtown Ft. Wayne. Was plenty of space for a 40ft motorhome. Has clean restrooms and laundry. There is a playground for kids. 50amp electric and water on site. Would be a 10 if it had sewer on site (just dump station). We would stay again.
OK for a stop over night or two. Has very small sites and you share the grass area between sites with your neighbor. Not good signage for office, we went completely around campground and returned to home at entrance and then saw small sign in window that said "office". Clean restrooms and laundry. Nice lake. Not much for kids to do on site. There is road noise. Has good cable TV, Verizon air card and cell service. Not a destination park.
This park is actually in Rochester, MO, but it's close to all the downtown Springfield, Lincoln attractions. Unlike most KOA's this one is located in a country setting with no traffic, train or city noise. Very quiet and relaxing. Typical KOA small sites with little room between units when slides are all out. Length is fine for big rigs, it's the width that is a problem. Even though there were few campers, we were all put right next to each other. Owners were extremely friendly and helpful. Also very busy getting the park ready for the peak summer season. OK TV service with antenna. Verizon air card and cell worked fine. Lots of activities for families in season. We would stay again.
Good location for seeing the sites of Mark Twain's home as a child. Has easy access, good size sites, and is big rig friendly. OK verizon air card and cell service. Some local TV channels via antenna. It's clean and well kept, with friendly staff. We would stay again if visiting the area.
This park is in the city, therefore there is railroad and police noise during the evening. Otherwise the campground itself is nice and quiet. You need to back into a site as there are no pull through's. You do park on concrete which is very level, with a small patch of grass between sites. Convenient to local attractions: you can even walk to some. Laundry was clean, but had a musty odor. Has FHUs with 50 amps and cable TV. Verizon air card and cell worked fine. Has very friendly staff. There is not much for children to do on site: no clubhouse or activities. We would stay again if touring the area.
Very friendly park with many seasonal/full time residents, mostly retired and fun loving. Park has gravel roads and grass sites. Most sites are on an angle, so are not level, but workable. This park has 2 storm shelters, which was comforting since we traveled here during tornado season. Lots of activities during the summer and looks to be fun for family vacations. Good Verizon air card and cell service. OK TV service via antenna, no cable TV. This was just a stop over for us, but I see this park as a destination park, since there isn't much to do or see in the area. Food store is 10 miles away.
Well kept campground. Although for sale, the current owners were very busy painting & fixing things up for the summer season. Sites are very large, nice & wide, plus long enough for our 40ft motorhome plus tow. Good Verizon air card & cell service. Quiet in upper area which is away from the road. There are trains in the area, if that noise bothers you. Other than Boot Hill (which is the usual tourist trap) not much to do in area. Great for a stop over or enough activities on site to keep kids busy on vacation or long weekend. We would stay again.
Clean, friendly campground. Sites good size, level & have nice views of the mountains. Owners very friendly & helpful. Verizon Air card worked well, however no Verizon cell service or TV service. Lots of things to do in the area. Owners putting in a lot of work on grounds, setting up activity areas,etc. All sites nicely raked gravel. Nice hiking trails on grounds with views of Royal Gorge Bridge. Stayed 2 nights, will stay again.
Neat and clean campground. Has friendly staff. Is close to area attractions. Sites are small in width: really no outside room once our 4 slides were out. Visited in the off season, so this was OK for us. In the busy season, these sites would be very tight for a MH with slides. Had good Verizon Air Card reception, and OK cable TV. Felt the price was high for off season. Stayed 2 nights, would stay again.
This is a "bare bones" park, but quite adequate with great views of red stone cliffs. It is a short walk down to the San Juan river and 22 mile drive to Monument Valley. It is a short drive to Goose Neck State Park. There is good Verizon Air Card & cell service - no TV service, but who needs it with such wonderful scenery during the day and spectacular star gazing at night.