This was such a beautiful campground. Large private sites, electric available, clean restrooms and a dramatic view of the canyon walls from your campsite! We were able to use Verizon cell phones and internet. We only stayed one night as we didn't make reservations. We wish that the park put the tenters in the non-electric sections, didn't see any of them using electric, but we did need it. No showers and a dump station is typical of national parks, no problem. Everything looked well maintained. Make reservations!
Older campground on a lake. Paved sites are not all long enough for larger motorhomes, and the paved area is narrow, but sites are mostly huge. There are several small nasty, wet bathrooms, and 2 shower houses, which were a bit cleaner, but I would not want to use them. They need updating. This is a beautiful park, lots of trees and activities for kids.
This was a good place for a couple nights while visiting the area. Parking for our motorhome was in a large open grassy area, no picnic table. The seasonals were up in the treed hills. People were friendly and we liked walking around here. The one bathroom was very dated and small, and there was no laundry. They could use some benches around the lake. We saw no problem with the folks driving around on their golf carts.
We camped here a few years back, so we knew there was no shade, but we were pleasantly surprised at full hookup sites, level, and very large. They were planting trees while we were there, in a few years, it will be better. I would also like to see them plant lower ground plants between sites. Beautiful new bathrooms, but why no laundry? The hookups for laundry are there. The noise from Rt 1 is annoying, but the sound of the train didn't bother us at all. I rather like that sound. You can't beat the location-minutes from several great beaches.
This was a strange campground: a farm that they are in the process of making into a campground. Our site was not at a lake, it was in a large field, no shade, with a 50 amp electric box that did not seem right, small box very low to the ground. The clubhouse was locked, the pool was being painted, an exercise room was being painted, and the laundry was only one washer and dryer in a building that closed at 6 PM. The one shower was also in there. There was a shed-type building right behind a motorhome, which housed a toilet and sink. And yes, there is a permanent resident here with chickens, but the chickens were kind of neat. This place is close to Savannah, and may be worth the money when finished, but they should not be charging this much at this time.
This is an excellent park, just as everyone said before. However, we were there for a month and were disappointed with the activities. On paper, it looked like a lot, but many were too selective, i.e. cigar night. Very few active activities, few people used the horseshoes, and they have no shuffleboard. We got bored there and the area doesn't offer much. Cable comes with the site, and the channel selection was excellent.
This is a nice state park; the nicest sites were on the lake, with only had electric hookups. They also have full hookup sites, on paved patios, with paved picnic table area. These were very nice, a little close together, but very long. We only camped here one night as bad weather was coming, but we were charged "in season" rates. There were paved bike paths along the lake, and a large picnic area. We would return here.
This was a convenient park from which to visit Roswell. No adapters are allowed on the 30amp sites. Most of our camping is done with 30amp, but we were forced to take a 50 amp site. The 30 amp sites are $30 per night, the 50 amp sites are $35. There were many vacant 30 amp sites in a large pull through area. Our 50 amp site was also pull through but we were packed in between 2 permanent residents. There are only a few 50 amp sites. All sites are close, gravel, but pretty level. The bathrooms looked new, and laundry room was very nice. This is a bare bones campground, only good for visiting Roswell.
This was a nice park for touring the Amarillo area. The $20 rate is a "special," I was told that it is usually $33. All the sites are paved, level, and large. Restrooms have private individual showers, and all look new. The laundry was free!! I don't expect that will last, but what a nice benefit. There is a heated pool, and spa, and a very nice clubroom. It is just off I-40, but we did not notice the highway noise. The only downside was no trees, and very windy, with some smell of manure from the surrounding fields. But I expect that would be the same at any other park in this area. We would stay here again.
We thought we would stay here for one night, as this campground is just off I-40. Well, it is right on the interstate. There was no one at the office, so we drove around to the pull throughs, there are only 3, and 2 had what looked like permanent units. Most of this place had permanent units, and it looked unkempt. Sites were gravel and weeds, with very large potholes. The one open pull through was muddy and wet, so we drove through and left. We are only 32', this place doesn't look like it could handle a big rig. "We did not stay at this park".