Very small park at the east end of Cortez. Some pull-throughs that can accommodate big rigs. Sites are not too wide and so rigs are very close to each other. No showers or toilets. Owners in the process of rebuilding. Close to all the local attractions. Sites are gravel and mostly level. Rate reflects PA discount. Lovely views out our back window of San Juan mountains. Adequate basic campground, no frills. We would return and would recommend it to others.
Funky, former KOA (or so it would appear) with rather haphazardly laid out roads and sites. Roads are narrow and dirt/gravel. Sites vary in size, width, and proximity to other rigs. Sites are mostly dirt, not too level. Picnic tables are included along with fire pits. Staff was very friendly. Wi-Fi was strong. Satellite worked well also. About ten minutes to Santa Fe. Very quiet. Laundry is expensive per load ($2). No discount on daily/wkly price. Park could use some polishing. We would probably return though. We are camped in a 35' RV and there is room for both our rig and our truck.
Having just come from a place in Deming where the wind blew at gale force 24/7 with accompanying dust and dirt, we were happy to have gravel and cement. We were here for a rally, and the price reflects a rally 'discount'. Unfortunately the staff did not realize we were part of the rally and so assigned us to a spot in the lower part while all of the other rally attendees were in the upper loop! Not too happy about that. Otherwise we were pleased with the physical set up. It was a clean park with clean facilities. Our site was large enough for both our rig and our truck. No picnic tables in the lower area, some in the upper loop. Nice club house, small but comfortable. They are building a new one. The laundry facilities were nice. No one at the front office told us that the laundry in the upper level was $1 a load more in the laundry in the lower level. We found out for ourselves! Maybe the staff needs a little more training. We would return here.
Rate reflects PA rate. $89/wk plus electricity. WiFi works well. Tailgator works well. Laundry room clean and not too expensive ($1.25 to wash, same to dry). Sites are okay, but ours is none too level. All gravel and dirt so when the wind blows there is a dust factor. And the wind does blow. Permanents are very friendly and welcoming as are the actual owners of the ranch/park. Some activities - bingo and pot lucks to name a few. Good areas for our dog to roam free. Overall rating reflects the distance from town as well as the gravel and dust (a good ten miles, 7 of that gravel). Those were the only negatives we came up with. We would return if we are ever in the area again. So very nice and quiet and very dark at night.
Rate reflects a three-month rate (monthly $463.33) and does not include electric. Medium sized park along I-10. Freeway noise is not a problem. Park is paved with gravel sites. The sites are all back in and are difficult to get into because of the placement of the utilities and landscaping. You will need extra sewer hose and quite possibly an extension electric cord. There is a small patio at the front of the lot (not close to the usual door placement of a rig unless it is a motorcoach). No picnic table. The staff and residents are very friendly and there are activities. Very clean laundry, medium priced. The park is halfway between Tucson and Phoenix and shopping (grocery, rv supply, big box stores) is about ten miles away in Casa Grande. Eloy has nothing to speak of. It is a very small, empty little hamlet.
This park is a nine only because they do not have paved sites. The gravel sites were not exactly level but they were OK. We were able to park our 35' and truck without unhitching. The laundry was very clean and inexpensive. The entire park was well cared for. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Even the permanent sites were well taken care of. Cable stations very limited but worked well. Just off I-40 but noise was not a problem. We would return.
This park is good only for a one night pass-through. We had to roust a person out of their mobile home to find us a site. (I had called ahead to make reservations). Once rousted, I will say he tried to be helpful. The entire park is dirt and gravel. The sites were far from level. They were large enough for us to remain hooked up. The Wi-Fi was slow and the cable TV was very poor. There was dog waste everywhere, literally! We had a frozen water spigot in the morning. (We had unhooked our hoses to protect them from the cold.) We would only return to this place if there wasn't anything, anywhere else.
This was a very nice park with a very resort-like feel. Very high priced, our rate reflects a Good Same discount!! Paved roads and sites, grass and some trees. Residents were very friendly and invited us to a New Years' Eve party in the clubhouse which was very nice. The directions are not too clear and the signage at the entrance is poor and so you must watch carefully. It was a few miles off of Hwy 99, the GPS coordinates which we were given took us about ten miles away. We would return.
Price reflects a Good Sam discount. Sparkling clean and tidy park with pull throughs and fairly easy access from I-5. Right behind a Safeway and close to a WalMart. Lots of permanents, but the managers keep everything very clean and manicured. Staff seemed friendly. Friends of ours stayed here for six months and also loved it. Would certainly stay here again.
Fee reflects Good Sam discount. Paved roads, but the sites are gravel that were not quite level. No grocery store within walking distance, but the park was very nice. Easy access to and from freeway (I-5). Staff friendly. Wi-fi and cable worked well. Limited choice of channels on cable. We had room in our pull through to keep our truck hooked up to our 35' fifth wheel. We would stay here in transit again.
Stayed here one night on our way south. Very easy access from I-5. Sites are paved. Some pull throughs, although they were a little tight. There were picnic tables. There are three sites on the river which are very nice for larger rigs. We were able to stay hooked up in our pull through. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Wi-fi was good. Freeway noise was no problem to us. We would stay here again.
This park is much nicer than I was expecting. Very clean, even the long term sites were kept up. The staff was friendly upon our arriving. Our rate reflects our Coast to Coast membership. All the roads and sites are gravel with small grassy areas adjoining. The Wi-Fi reception is spotty so we used our hotspot. Silverton itself is a lovely little community in the middle of beautiful farming areas. It is a ways from the interstate. Laundry facilities are very nice and inexpensive. We will return in the future.
We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived. I worked in Woodburn for several years and always thought this park was not particularly nice. I was terribly wrong. It is a very clean and well kept place. Our pull through is big enough for our 35 foot rig (there are larger pull throughs for bigger units), paved with a nice grassy area. The landscaping is well kept, the roads are paved, the laundry room is very clean. There is a pool and a nice shaded picnic area. There are several permanents but it appears the management is good at keeping those folks neat and tidy. We would return here again.
This is the third time we have stayed in this park and, as another review reported, it seems more run down each time we have come to visit. It is a nice location and the sites are large and accommodate any size rig, but it seems like they just haven't done anything since they first opened it up. The grass is unkempt, the sites are neglected (and not very level anymore) and it just seems generally down at the heels. We will return because it is the best choice in the area, but I sure wish the tribal authorities in charge would understand that it needs some TLC.
This is our third time back to this park. It is an excellent park, with fully paved roads and spaces that are level and clean. Small grassy areas for each site with a table. Friendly staff met us as we arrived. Close to the freeway but no freeway noise. Wi-Fi is reliable and our satellite works well. Some large open areas for our dog to walk. Just an all around nice place to stay for a couple of nights.
We were reasonably pleased with this park. The staff was friendly upon arrival. We stayed in one of the notorious pull-throughs, which are very long. We had room for our 35' fiver plus our truck. A small motorhome pulled in behind us and we still did not feel crowded. There was a nice grassy area and a picnic table on a paved area for each rig. We had some nice shade trees as well. It was a very clean park, and quite busy. We have a dog and there was no problem with us walking her around the park. There is a nice walking trail across the street that runs to the ISU campus. The Wi-Fi was slow and sporadic. Our satellite worked well. We would return to this park.
The only drawback to this campground is the price. The sites are level, roomy, and easy to get into. Grass, patios, and picnic tables are all good. The laundry was clean and convenient to our trailer. We could walk into town in a short time. The staff was friendly and helpful. We had a great time and would return if the opportunity arises.
This was a lovely park, not far from the freeway but quiet and serene. A dog owners' dream for sure. The spaces are large and mostly level. The laundry room was very clean as were the bathrooms and shower rooms. The owners were very nice and interested in 'pleasing the customer.' The park Wi-Fi was strong and reliable. We would most certainly return to this park in the future.
The good: close to medical facilities in Seattle (20 minutes on a Sunday morning, 45 minutes on a workday morning), close to a grocery store and pharmacy, some friendly staff, hook ups including 30 amp, mostly accessible Wi-Fi, easy to get to from the freeway, we were able to wash our fiver, pull through site big enough for our 35' rig and our truck. The bad: basically a paved parking lot, many 'permanent' trailers, some trashier than others, lots of noise from adjacent I-90 freeway, very expensive laundry, very expensive cost for what you get (our quoted cost was supposedly allowing for a 10% discount as we were there for a medical procedure). Doubtful that we will ever return.
This is a nice park, with paved roads and gravel sites that are fairly level. We are in a pull through that fits us nicely and is convenient to the exit for when we leave. The Wi-Fi is strong and we chose an end site so our satellite would work, which it does now. The staff was very helpful and walked us out to look at which site would work best for us. The park is close to I-82, but not so close as to have a noise problem. We would camp here again.
This park could be a really nice park, but it needs some major upgrading. The sites are gravel/dirt and are not level. There were a lot of unkempt permanents towards the back. Apparently the rules we were given for the park do not apply to those permanent folks! The laundry room was very dated and none too clean. Three of the six dryers did not work, and a couple of the washers were also out of order. The park is close to I-40, but we did not notice the traffic noise. There is a 'renown' restaurant in the park and judging by the traffic it must be quite a good one. Adequate for a one night pass through only.
This is a good place for an overnight stay. First come, first served. We were there by noon and by two it was full. There are only about eight pull throughs. They were the first to go. It is basically a gravel parking lot next to the casino. The wi-fi signal was erratic, so we used our hotspot. Right on the highway, but the noise was not bothersome. Did not see any restrooms/showers attached or available to the park. Would return if passing through.
This is not a bad place to stop for an overnighter. The staff was helpful. Sites and entire park is paved. Sites were level. Lots of permanents in the park. Not much area for the dog to actually walk. Wi-Fi was strong. Park gated and secure. We would return.
Rather lovely park just off I-5 (no noticeable traffic noise). Pull throughs were not too level but the grassy area was nice to see (we have been in a lot of dusty places recently). It appears the owners are busy improving the swimming pool area which will make it even more family friendly. Staff was friendly. Wi-fi was not existent, even with our hot spot. No picnic table at the site. Would return.
Nice little campground right off of I-5. Large pull throughs accommodated both our 35' fiver and our truck. Nice friendly staff. Clean laundry room. Table at each space. Strong wi-fi available. Would return to this park.
We spent two weeks here, the price reflects some sort of PA discount for the first week. Park is all gravel, sites fairly level and of an adequate size. We were on A street and the sewer hookups were 10.5" above the ground!! My husband thought that was very odd. The pool is still not open. There was really no place to walk our dog. Right next door to Camping World but no direct access. Must walk out of park, down a busy road to get there. The freeway noise was negligible. The laundry facilities were clean and reasonable. We made a couple of day trips and found the park fairly central to the things we wanted to see. Staff was friendly and helpful. Not so sure we would stay here again if the opportunity arose because we had friends who stayed in a park directly across the freeway that was all paved. Something to be said for that.
Rather charming, very small park (14 sites plus one cabin). Owners were friendly and eager to help. Honor system for laundry, which I appreciated. Very clean, but only one of each machine. We were in one of two pull through sites, which open right out to the highway. Wi-Fi advertised but we never seemed to be able to access it. We even had problems with our hotspot: very slow. Our satellite worked well. We would most certainly return to this little park.
Rate reflects a supposed PA discount. No mention of 'electrical surcharge'. Huge gravel spaces with a lot of space between rigs. Fairly clean but rather old and dingy laundry room. One of the washers was leaking and the problem was 'solved' by jamming a rag along the bottom of the machine. The bathrooms were similar. The Wi-Fi was strong and our satellite worked very well. We enjoyed exploring the city and found the park staff to be helpful and friendly. Conveniently located and, although it is next to the freeway, it was not noisy. Would return again. Very popular place judging by the in and out activity.
When we first pulled up to this place we thought it looked to be a really funky place, not one we would spend a lot of time at. The spaces are pretty tight and kind of oddly organized around the owners' home. They are gravel and there were some pull through sites, lots of permanent residents. The laundry was small but clean. The owners' were busy tiling one of the shower rooms. So, we are thinking "very funky" and weren't really ready to give the place a high rating. When the first night settled in and we began the experience of a HUGE storm with six hrs of continuous thunder & lightening, drenching rain, hail and ferocious winds I will have to say the fact that the park came with two storm shelters negated all of our other impressions. When the sirens went off and we actually had to go into the shelters (after the owners ran around in the rain and dark waking us all up) we were even more impressed and grateful. The other park in town doesn't have shelters. We would definitely return to this park if we are in the area. The shelters made all the difference!
Big park with only a few RV's. It appears most of the RV's here are those of workers. The sites are all pull throughs which are large, gravel and (surprisingly) level. There is Wi-Fi although it tended to shut off for no reason. The laundry room appeared clean and the manager was helpful. This park is a good spot for an overnight stay. No discounts available to lower site cost.
Very nice park which we would certainly return to. Two rows of level concrete pads and patios. Most of the rows that have gravel pads are occupied by permanents. Picnic tables included. Very nice laundry room. Staff very friendly and helpful. Close to nice state park, 10-15 minutes from nice grocery and the cheapest gas station in town. Very quiet park and the sites were not too close to each other. We enjoyed our six day stay. Rate reflects PA membership.
This is a fairly bare bones park but it is quiet (in spite of being next door to a Tyson plant) and the owner is very nice. The Wi-Fi and our cell phones worked great. The laundry left a lot to be desired (we went into town) and the restrooms are pretty dilapidated. There is a nice grassy area for pets and areas adjacent to the park for walking our dog. We felt that the pull through sites were fine in size. We would return to this park.
Rate (actually free) reflects the fact that we came here on a sales offer. The park is a peaceful, quiet place with two ponds and a golf course. Did I mention peaceful? Sites are paved with a small patio attached along with a wooden picnic table. No cell phone reception here but our satellite worked fine for our tv and the wifi was good. No laundry facilities alto we were told they are building them now. The park restrooms were rather dilapidated as well. Also, the restaurant/bar is not open and appears to have been on the downhill slide for a long time. But the park is very peaceful and we would return, but we did not succumb to the sales pitch!
Lovely campground just outside of Shreveport. Sites were of a good size with nice patio area attached along with a nice table and chairs. Owners were very helpful and friendly. Goodly amount of 'permanents' but that did not detract from the nice setting. Lots of green grass and pines. Clean laundry facilities. Negatives included the nearby road noise and the street light shining into my bedroom window. We would definitely return to this park if in the area.
Almost 'overly' friendly staff met us at the door. Sites are of a nice size for larger rigs. Each site has a picnic table and grass. Half of the park seems devoted to long term worker types but it is clean and well kept up, as is the rest of the park. Our only real complaint would be the highway noise (the park is very close to I-10) and the light from the truck stop that is part of the entire complex. It is also rather difficult to determine just exactly how the going rate is determined. We spoke with some overnights who were paying over $40, we were told our rate was discounted as we stayed two weeks but it appears others paid even less (see last review). All in all it was a good place, close to a lot of activities and we would probably return if in the area.
Very nice park. Only complaint would be the noise from the highway which is right next to the park. It was particularly noticeable at night. Other than that, the place was clean and well kept. The sites were large and easy to get into and out of. Staff was friendly. Close to shopping area. Easy to get into the city from the park (took about 15-20 minutes). Not many activities offered. Not a lot of places to walk the dog. Would return if in the area.
This was an excellent, brand new park. Everything was neat and tidy. The staff was very anxious to please. The garbage issue mentioned previously has been remedied. The sites are large and easy to get in and out of. Lots of space to park the tow vehicle. Close to the beach and ideal for walking dogs. Quiet. Great views of the Gulf and the ship traffic. Nice laundry area, altho there are only two washing machines and two dryers. Suggested they add two more of each and they were open to that idea. Swimming pool is looking fine. We would most certainly return.
Rate includes special Sweetheart dinner. Lovely park, paved roads and sites. Large grassy area for dog walking. Great gathering hall for events, which seem to be offered regularly. Large outdoor entertainment area with fire pit, large BBQ and bar area. Two laundries, two swimming pools. Extremely clean and well cared for. Close to I-10 so some freeway noise but nothing to complain about. About fifteen minutes from Kerrville proper. Sites are large with some grass and some paved area as well as some rocked sections. Pull throughs and back ins. Just a lovely park. We would most certainly return.
Mediocre park, could be nice with with additional maintenance. Older park that has been allowed to deteriorate. Gravel roads (some used to be paved), upper area dominated by permanents, Some sites were large, mostly back in, some not well delineated. Sites varied greatly. Ours was level, grassy. Restrooms and laundry facilities very clean. Some park activities. Rate reflective of our Coast-to-Coast membership. About ten minutes from town. No cell phone or Wi-Fi reception for us (Sprint service) anywhere in park.
Daily rate is based on our monthly payment along with our electricity cost which is separate from the monthly rental cost. This is our first visit to "the valley" and Mission Bell proved to be a lovely place to begin our visit. Everything the previous reviewer set out is spot on. We enjoyed the activities, the friendly staff and residents and our stay was perfect. We chose a site on the back fence line. We were not bothered by any street noise. Our site was a bit tight by today's standard but the park is 27 years old. We did not feel 'squished' as we have in other parks. We are close to shopping areas which I felt was a perk compared to some other parks, which are a ways out. We just had a wonderful time and would certainly return if the opportunity arises.
Price reflects monthly rate. Reception friendly but not too knowledgeable about the openings available when we arrived. We had called for reservations but they really don't take reservations. Sites are all dirt and not level. Park is full of various kinds of living quarters -old park models, old trailers,old single wides new rigs. Some lots are privately owned and many of those are a conglomeration of trailer, addition, covers, side buildings, etc., etc. It is very cobbled together. Maintenance is negligible. The laundry was clean but the building housing it is old and not well kept. There are some scheduled activities. The real activity here is fishing. The town of Zapata is a poor, dirt filled place. There is not much to do in the way of tourist activities. All in all, we would not return here for any reason.
Rate reflects PPA plus $3 for 50 amp. Very friendly staff. Older park with lots of permanents. Mostly fishermen I think. Sites are adequate. Trees at every site. Clean laundry facilities. Strong Wi-Fi. About ten miles out of Del Rio which has all the amenities. Friendly inhabitants. Very quiet. There are some activities scheduled but we were unable to participate. We spent four nights here and would return again.
Very friendly and helpful staff. Park is basically a large graveled area. When it rains the gravel is of the sort that becomes a kind of mud that gets all over. It rained while we were there. We only spent one night and this would be a good one night stopover place. It is right off I-10 but was very quiet. Close to fuel and food. Wi-Fi was strong. Nice views over the Texas high plateau. Probably good sunsets and sunrises but it was all clouded over when we were there.
Very friendly staff. Park was older. Many permanents or winter folks. We were in the only pull through, which was of a good size. There was actually grass. Very quiet. Close to stores. Good Wi-Fi. The laundry facilities were clean and reasonable. We spent two nights here and would return.
Very nice KOA, suitable for overnight stays as you are passing thru on I-10. Pets required to be on a leash, except for the large German Shepherd and the yapping little ankle biter who belong to extended stay units. The sites are large, given this is a KOA. All gravel, all pull-through sites. Wi-Fi is strong. We are here one night only and it is perfect for us. We would use this park again as we are coming or going. Freeway is close, but there is no discernible noise.
Rate reflects C2C discount which really wasn't much of a discount. Park was very clean. RV section is mostly seperate from all the park models. We felt it wasn't all that pet friendly as there were two very limited areas where you could walk the pet, and those areas were not connected. DH got the key to the gate ($1.50 dep) to the River Walk which runs through the dry river bed and several attached washes. Ran into a group of javelina one day with no ill results. He had been warned about their presence and so was on the look out. Did see, at two different times, a very healthy looking coyote loping down the middle of the road inside the park in the middle of the day. Hope the local cat population was not the cause of his healthy appearance. Did make acquaintance with some other RV'ers, but felt that there was certainly a separation between us (RV'ers) and them (park model folks). We stayed a week and would return. We were told there were lots of activities to participate in if we were here longer.
Passport America rate. Large park, all gravel although some sites have cement patio pads. Spaces are pretty large. No picnic tables or fire pits. Very much out in the middle of the desert. Ten miles from Maricopa. Close to a road, could be dusty if the wind blows (which I am told it does often). Clean laundry facilities.
Our first experience in a huge, 55+ park. 85% park models. Very well kept and clean park. Friendly, helpful staff as well as residents. Loads of activities (attended a 'welcome back' meet and greet and a Veterans Day Special evening). We had a very good time and made some friends. Spaces were generously sized. We would definitely return again.
Large park next to the Indian Casino. Our site was very narrow (read, good thing no one was assigned to either side as we would have had to pull in our slides). Other sites were not so narrow. Gravel with no picnic tables. Friendly staff. Breakfast buffet at casino was good.
Stayed as a C2C member. Two casinos within walking distance. All gravel with cement patios as well as a picnic table. Said they had Wi-Fi but we were never able to get in (we were there for a week). Had a good time seeing the local sights, Death Valley, Red Rock Canyon. Friendly staff, clean laundry area. There were activities for the residents. Would return again.
Very basic, camping in a parking lot kind of place but perfectly fine for an overnight. Would stop again, as a pass thru. Better than a WalMart parking lot because at least you have hook ups. First come, first serve. Filled up quickly.
Not very pet friendly. Strict instructions not to allow dogs on artificial turf. Pet areas were very cursory, some folks left poo behind. Pull throughs a little tight but not too bad. We stayed just one night, passing through. Staff seemed friendly enough. Can't imagine spending a lot of time there though. Easy on and off freeway so good for an overnight.
Rate reflects Coast2Coast membership. We stayed here five nights. Very pleasant, peaceful CG. Wi-Fi was mostly reliable and we had good satellite reception. Upper CG was mostly full. Area by river was closed and did not appear used in a very long time. Very dark and dank. The 'lake' is not, rather a small pond that needs some definite help. But, all in all, the place is a nice place to stay and we will return.
This is, without a doubt, our most favorite campground (and we have been to many). The sites are spacious and blacktopped. We are right on the river, lulled to sleep at night by its sound. The place is clean, everywhere. Lovely pavillion for our group picnic. Very friendly and helpful staff. Just a beautiful place. Would encourage anyone who hasn't been to visit. Can't say enough good about the place.
Sadly neglected little park on a nice little lake. Sites are tight. 18" tall weeds surrounding the sewer/water and electrical made it difficult to access. No picnic tables at sites. No parking of tow vehicle at site. No cable although they are expecting to get cable in the near future. Good Wi-Fi access. Gravel with very small concrete 'patios'. Tiny little area for wading in lake. Not kid friendly at all. Lots of permanents. The one next to us was about 30 yrs old! Nice laundry area. Not our first choice by any stretch of the imagination but limited choices in the area.
We had a nice stay in the woodsy campground. Most of the staff was friendly and helpful. The sites we had was B5 and was a fine size for our 33' rig. There were fire pits and picnic tables. The laundry was clean. There was a lot of dust and the mostly gravel sites were not too clean so we ended up with a dirty dog! Not much for the kids to do. There is a park but it is not too extensive. Nice fenced dog area. We would return although they have ceased Good Sam discounts.
Nice member only park. Small pool and park kept our grandkids occupied. No fire pits. Sites along the edges are treed. Some highway noise is noticeable. Good sized library which is always nice. Gravel sites for the most part. Fee is based on RPI membership. Had to pay separate for WiFi, electricity and cable. Would return.
Rather funky park. Older sites that had sewer didn't necessarily have a working sewer. We were in the annex overlooking the river, which wasn't too bad. A back in site, as they all were. Water and electric only. Dump site was very difficult and cumbersome to get to so we didn't. Very quiet. Needs a lot of maintenance.
Very family friendly park with some seasonal spots and other regular sites. We enjoyed our stay. One of the better KOA parks we have been in. Lots of kids which worked fine since we had our grand kids. No recycling which was a surprise and no DVD rentals, also a surprise. Place was packed during our stay so it is very popular.
This KOA campground was one of the nicest we have visited. It was a very neat and clean park with large paved (concrete) pull through sites. The owners were very friendly and helpful. I just wish the little restaurant in the CG was open. We enjoyed the 'river walk' along a dike running along the Greybull river, although you never get to actually see the river itself! We also enjoyed a visit to Cody which is about an hour away. We would return here again.
This is our second visit to this park. We spent two nights here this time. It is a large park with mostly pull thrus. All the spaces are gravel. There is a nice beach area, right on the Spokane River as it comes out of Lake Couer d'Alene. It can reasonably accommodate big rigs. The staff is, with a few exceptions, friendly and helpful. After we were all set up the staff informed us they had made a mistake in the place they had put us, so we had to move the following morning. We had reservations too, but still the screw up. Some of the staff were less than helpful during this process.
This is a nice park at the west end of Missouri (exit 96, off I-90). It was easy to access from the freeway. The gravel pull through sites were large enough for big rigs and were easy to maneuver into and out of. The staff was friendly. We did not utilize any of the facilities at the park (showers, restrooms, laundry) but we did enjoy walking around the paved roads with our dog. A fun day trip to see the Daly Mansion in Hamilton was an interesting experience. We would return to this spot, it was a good place for passing through traffic.
We really enjoyed our stay at this campground in White Sulphur Springs, MT. We really were out in the middle of the wide open west, and it was beautiful. The park owners were so nice and we enjoyed the camaraderie amongst the other guests. We park itself is 40 miles north of I-90 in the Smith River Valley. There were lovely vistas of the Belt Mts to the west and the Castle Mts to the east. We did laundry and the facilities were clean and reasonably priced. The sites are gravel, mostly pull thru. Full hook ups, no cable. They were a little crowded together but not enough to really bother us. The two grocery stores in the little town of White Sulphur Springs left a lot to be desired. We enjoyed a nice loop drive thru the Castle Mts and would highly recommend a visit to the Bair Family Ranch/Museum. We would most certainly return to this park.
We had a back in site right on the little Elkhorn Creek, which made for a nice view out our back window. Unfortunately the site did not come with a sewer hookup. There was also no Wi-Fi, very limited TV, and no cable. Other than that the site itself was a comfortable size, we did not feel overly close to our neighbors. We did have electric and water. There was a swimming pool as well as a covered group area. The staff were friendly and we did enjoy exploring the town of Frankfort. The Buffalo Trace Distillery is a must see. We would return to this little campground.
This park was originally a KOA. It was kind of funky but met our needs. The spaces were fairly tight but pull throughs that we were able to manage. Nice walking trail for the dog. Large area of permanents but quite separated from the nightly areas. We enjoyed exploring the surrounding area. Crazy Woman Canyon is a must see. We would probably return to this park.
We loved this campground. It is about five miles out of Custer, SD. Do NOT follow your GPS instructions. The owners were very nice. The laundry was exceptionally clean and reasonably priced. We had a pull through with 30 amp and full hook-ups. The sites were comfortably priced and not crowded. The location was lovely, peaceful and beautiful. In spite of the hundreds of motorcycles in the area (the rally in Sturgis was on at the same time) we had a wonderful time exploring the area and plan on returning to this campground in the near future.
Another one night stand merely to say we were in Wall, SD. This park is only a few steps away from 'downtown' Wall and the famous drug store. No trees to speak of. Staff seemed friendly. Most of the sites were pull thrus with a few back ins and some tent sites. There was an entirely neglected little pond towards the back of the place and a train track bordering one side. There was a train at least once, but it wasn't bothersome to us. We would stay here again as it met our needs, which are not fancy.
We only stayed here for one night. It is a city owned park. The park itself is not very kept up. Nice location, right along the Missouri River. Very nice Tourist Information Center on a bluff overlooking the I-90 bridge across the river. It had a lot of Lewis and Clark info because they stopped here coming and going. We had a pull thru site with sufficient space but the entire park was plagued with flying ant-like insects during our stay. The park just seemed to be neglected but it was suitable for our one night stay.
This was a good sized park with tons of things to do if you are a kid or a family (zoo, story book land, mini-golf, land of oz, miniature train, rental bikes and pedicabs). Very nice park, very clean facilities, very helpful staff. The sites are mostly pull thrus with ample room to negotiate and not too close to each other. We did laundry in the very clean facilities and accessed the internet on the office provided computer. We would return to this park.
We arrived, with reservations, mid afternoon. Our site, a back in, had no sewer, no cable and no Wi-Fi with only 30 amp and water. The dump station was poorly situated to access upon leaving and was not particularly level. We did not even unhook. We were here only one night which it was fine for. Laundry facilities and restrooms were marginally clean. Park is good for a pass through only. We are not casino folks and so that attraction was not necessarily a plus for us.
This was a nice park, for a KOA. The sites were comfortably spaced and easy to access. The staff was helpful and friendly and the park was clean and obviously well cared for. We spent four nights and enjoyed exploring the area. The trip to the Big Bog was a let down but the trip to Itasca State Park and the headwaters of the Mississippi was great. The little town of Bemidji, where the park is located, was a pleasant one with a very nice visitor's center. We would return to this park.
We only spent one night at this very small little campground on the St Louis River. It was the site of a slate mine. Owner was a nice, friendly lady. Not much to do here, but a passable place for a pass through.
This was a very sad little campground, about three miles outside of Three Lakes. New owners since April 2010. Mostly permanents with about six sites available to nightly. A lot of older trailers as permanents. The park is just across the road from a pretty little lake and they have an access for residents. Our site was a pad that was just exactly as wide and long as our rig (33') with a steep incline at the front making it impossible to pull thru, although it was advertised as a pull thru. No sewer hook ups and the dump site, once we drove all thru the park in order to come in on the proper side, was actually lower than our rig and so we had to jack up the fiver in order to dump. Even that was not very successful. No laundry facilities at the campground and the public restrooms looked very questionable. We would not return to this campground.
This was a huge campground. The sites were very close to each other and the roads were fairly narrow. We had to ask a camper to move his vehicle so we could maneuver our 33' rig into our site. Pets were not allowed on the grass along the lake shore, which we found somewhat prohibitive. There was only one garbage dump site and that was at the entrance to the park, which was a long way from our site. The park has a beautiful view of the Mackinac Bridge as well as of the straits. When we were there the cg was packed solid and it felt like it! We did enjoy exploring the surrounding areas. Warning: it takes longer to pass thru customs if you go to/from SooStMarie, Ontario than it does to actually drive up there!
This campground was a former gravel pit! We had no sewer but the dump station was easy to access. There was a large lake and lots of permanents. We did have TV and Wi-Fi. The staff and the office itself were nice. We were only here for one night.
This was a funky little cg on the outskirts of Hartford City. GPS took us on a rather convoluted, circuitous route to get there, easier to just drive into Hartford City and turn left. The park has a lot of permanents and two small lakes. The dump site was totally inaccessible to us in our 33' rig and there were no sewer hookups at our site, so we left without dumping (we only stayed one night). Our site was a pull thru, at the end of a 'row', but there were several overgrown trees lining the site, which made it difficult to pull into. We would not return to this campground. It was OK for an over nighter.
This park is huge and fairly nice. The staff was very helpful. There is a shuttle bus to the metro station. It takes a good hour to get into downtown Washington DC. The park sites are gravel but there are lots of trees. It was a back in site but there was sufficient room to maneuver. The sites were not large but we did not feel overly crowded. It is close to the freeway but we did not notice traffic noise. There is a huge swimming area and there was an informative session on what to see in the area. All in all it was a nice place (actually the only place really close to the downtown area) and we would return if the opportunity presented itself.
We were at this park for a trailer group rally. There was some question about the rally continuing to be at this site as they were flooded out in April (ten feet of water in some parts of the park) but they did their utmost and we were pleased with their efforts. We were not happy that we had no cable TV and only 30 amp power though. 50 amp and cable TV is only available in some areas of the park. The park staff were attentive and made our group of 125 rigs feel most welcome. The park has lots of trees, lots of cicadas, lots of fireflies, and lots of paved roads to walk the dog on. The sites were level and not too close together. Our site was a back in and it was not too difficult to maneuver into. It was easy to access from the freeways.
This was a very nice little park outside of a very small village. The owners had a garden from which they shared their produce. They were very friendly and helpful. There are two small ponds on the property and some permanents as well as nightly spots. The pull-through site we were in was easy to maneuver and we did not feel uncomfortably close to our neighbors. We utilized the laundry facilities, which were clean and reasonably prices. The surrounding area (Cumberland Gap, Rogersville, Greenville) was beautiful and we would love to return to this little park some day.
The setting for this city owned park is a section of the 1100 acre former estate of RJ Reynolds which includes 2 lakes, a steeple chase course, the manor house, several stables and barns. It is a very nice, treed park. Apparently the city recently totally renovated the campground. It really was a lovely spot but we would have to say that the campsites were a long way from level. We had our front jacks all the way to the ground! We were only here one night and we would return.
This was a rather non-descript park with some permanents as well as nightly spots along with a very funky tent area. The tent area is the only area that has trees. The sites were rather close together but easy to get into and out of. While staying here we were infested with tiny ants! We did laundry in their facilities which were clean and reasonably priced. The staff were helpful, going so far as to forward a box of mail that did not arrive prior to our departure.
This park is fairly new. It is located on the former farm of Eng & Chang Bunker - famous Siamese twins of the late 1880s who lived and raised families here. There were few trees at all and a medium sized pond. The sites were spacious and easy to get into and out of. Not much else in the way of amenities. We were close to Mt Airy which was fun to explore. The North Carolina Granite Company was just as interesting as all the Andy Griffith stuff!
This is, by far, the nicest KOA we have stayed in on this trip. It's forested and very comfortable. We enjoyed the beautiful area surroundings. There was a nice walking trail that led past a small pond. Our dog enjoyed that. The sites/roads are gravel but we had sufficient space to maneuver in. We did not feel crowded. There is a swimming pool located some distance from the main body of the park. Several small cabins as well as a tenting area. We used the laundry which was clean and reasonably priced. We would return.
This is an interesting little park sandwiched between the road and the railroad track. We did not find the train traffic bothersome but some might. It was a clean and tidy park and the staff were friendly and helpful. We actually used the swimming pool because it was so hot during our stay. The pool area was clean and well kept. The park is located conveniently close by old town Williamsburg. We had no problem negotiating either the pull through site or the local area.
This park was a kind of funky, older park but it was just a few yards away from the new Gettysburg Visitor's Center. We found that to be very nice. Our site was a pull thru and there was room for our 35' rig, but just barely. There are some other sites, out in the open, which could accommodate larger rigs. The staff were friendly and helpful. The little park store was pretty small. There was a section with permanents that left a lot to be desired and the little lake was kind of sad. There were horses for rent in this park but we never took advantage of that. Apparently they will take you over the battle field on the horses. We just appreciated the parks' central location and would return again.
We were here for a rally of Outbacks. The park was very nice, with many sites available, all of a size for bigger rigs. We had a pull thru. The facilities we utilized as a group were great (the picnic shelter and the pool). The staff was friendly and helpful. The restaurant was a nice place to have breakfast. The laundry facilities were clean and close to our site. There was a well stocked lending library. All in all it was a nice place to stay. We were there three nights and would return again.
We had a thoroughly enjoyable visit to the area surrounding this park. We visited Niagara Falls and drove the 'Amish Trail' seeing lots of interesting things. The park itself was a sad little place. The laundry facilities were clean but the park itself is full of many 'permanents' which included a large portion of very old, run down trailers. Very limited sites otherwise. We did have Wi-Fi which was good but other than that, we were not impressed with this facility at all. We did appreciate the assistance the staff gave us to find us a dog sitter. We would not return to this park.
This was a very nice campground. It was quite a ways off the beaten track, so to speak, but it was in a beautiful setting (green, rolling hills, lots of deciduous trees, accessible lake). The spaces were a nice size for bigger rigs. Lots for kids to do. Some permanents sites towards the back of the park that were clean and well kept with newer models in them. The whole place was very clean. We would return if we were ever in the area again.
We spent four nights here because we were visiting friends in Iowa City. It was a nice park although there were no trees to speak of. The sites are good size but it was kind of like a big parking lot for RV's. The sites and the roadways are gravel with grass in between. We did laundry here and the facilities were clean. We thoroughly enjoyed exploring the Amana colonies and appreciated the fact that there was an RV park in the area. We would go back there again if the opportunity arose.
This park is primarily a seasonal park with a dozen or so sites for over nighters. It is clean and well cared for. There were both pull thru and back in overnight sites. The sites were nice sized and easy to get into and out of. They were most gracious to us when we were there. We had a broken spring that we had to replace and they allowed us to repair our rig at our site, even letting us utilize their park shop. They put us in contact with a wonderful mobile RV repairman who assisted us. We would return there if in the area again. The park is outside of a nice little town with all the necessary amenities. Aside from the problem with the RV it was a very pleasant place to visit.
We stayed two nights at this park. The directions to get to it from the west were pretty convoluted. We saw our first fireflies at this park. No Wi-Fi, no cable. The sites were manageable, we were in a pull thru that accommodated our 35' fifth wheel. It was a several mile drive into Springfield.
We stayed here three nights. This campground is owned by the Community of Christ (formerly known as the Reorganized LDS Church). Do NOT follow your GPS to get here. Get directions from the manager of the park. It was a nice and quiet place and if you walk down past the large campground hall there is a beautiful view of the river. Stupendous thunderstorm while we were there. The spaces are sufficient. No Wi-Fi or cable TV. We enjoyed exploring the area. We would return.
We were only here one night and stayed up by the office. Our site was a pull thru and was spacious compared to where we had been the night before. The internet/Wi-Fi was not available to us. It was a beautiful, park like setting but the mosquitoes were bad. Because we were just passing through the fact that we didn't have sewer hook ups was not an issue. We just dumped prior to leaving. We would stay here again.
This was a lovely park, just off the freeway (but there was no substantial hwy noise noticeable). The sites are roomy and easy to negotiate. The physical setting was pleasant and the facilities were clean. The staff was friendly and we enjoyed our stay in this park.
This was the most 'crammed in' KOA we have stayed at. We paid for a 'premium' site and we still had people right on top of us. It was like a sardine tin! We would not return to this park due to the physical setting. The staff were friendly and the office seemed clean. The park itself was clean but our neighbors were basically right at our front doorstep.
This was kind of a funky park, with a lot of attractions (train, restaurant) which were not open yet. It was gravel with a little grass. Large store on the property with rather interesting items for sale. It was just a rather odd place. Not sure we would return.
This KOA is large and very centrally located to downtown SLC. They had a shuttle to Temple Square, which we appreciated. The spaces are close together but we were able to maneuver in and out without much difficulty. Everything is clean, but seems a little worn down. We would return again, since it is so close to the center of town.
Very clean park in all respects. We have stayed here twice in the past five years and have not been disappointed. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Sites are easy to get in and out of. Close to the freeway, and a Wal-Mart as well.
The only good thing we can say about this park is that it is located close to the Flaming Gorge area. The physical setting is depressing to say the least. The staff were friendly and the facilities were OK. The spaces were very tight and the view (of large oil storage tanks) was terrible. Just an all gravel parking lot.