What a lovely campground, close to I-70 but not noisy, so a great overnight stop. Sites are all long level pull throughs so no need to unhitch. There is lots of grass, but not enough trees. The pool is lovely, and not a bad size. Everything is well kept and very nice. Wi-Fi worked well. There is a truck stop at the interstate exit, very convenient for filling up before the next day's drive. We chose a W/E site as only one night, hence lower rate inc KOA discount.
There are only 13 RV sites and 7 tent sites, so we felt the need to book online, which costs $10. Then you have to pay a $7 day use fee, which makes it a bit expensive at $39 altogether. The place is very attractive with grass and trees and the sites are very spacious, 8 pull through loops and four back ins. There is no TV (or internet, but didn't expect that) and the restrooms are just vault toilets. The trail to the waterfall continues on past a cave and up to the top of the falls, worth the walk. We also did the squirrel trail. It's a 12 mile drive after you turn off the I-70 but worth it.
Worth a 10 but the lack of cable TV was a minus. The previous reviewer said there are 60 channels on the antenna but only 10 were in English and not much to choose from. Beautiful large sites and everything immaculate. There is a small activity room where they served coffee and donuts on Saturday morning. It is gated, fenced, and very secure. Enjoyed the golf facility. Helpful and friendly staff. It's a good location for exploring San Diego area.
You go and choose your site then return to the office to check in. There are plenty to choose from. Sites where we were all had concrete pads, didn't see all of campground. There are two large swimming pools which looked lovely but they are only open Memorial Day to Labor Day. (No swimming in the lake.) There was a laundry by the pool but that was all closed up too. There is a good general store and a gas station. The only receipt I had was my credit card slip and I had to hand it back in when we left which I was not very happy about. Didn't use the showers but I see there is a charge of 50 cents per 3 minutes of hot water. Nearest town in Santa Ynez nine miles away.
Very nice campground,well laid out although not much shade, sites are separated with rocks. Very good value with Passport America. Staff helpful, really nice individual bathrooms. Wifi works OK but does keep dropping and you have to disconnect and reconnect to get it to work again. The train whistles sometimes woke us up at night.
All sites are pull-thru and level so didn't have to unhitch for overnight stop. The indoor pool and hot tub were both very nice, as was the laundry. Restrooms are OK and there is a very good activity building with a TV room and pool tables etc. Wifi was adequate.
Level, clean and well kept. Helpful staff. I was in the activity room which adjoins the laundry and was invited to join in "Mexican Train," that's how friendly the place was. Only one bathroom for each gender but it's spacious and clean. The wifi was really good. GPS wanted to take us round a non-existent block to approach from the other direction, but you can just turn left into it, the highway isn't divided there, only when you exit, so look for big yellow sign at entrance.
We had a pull-through site in the center row. Wi-Fi was too slow to be of much use. The indoor pool was drained and actively being worked on. This was in a good location for seeing the Caverns and convenient for the town too. The free DVD rental was a nice touch.
Quite a new park so trees still small, but sites are level and it is well kept with a nice atmosphere. Really good Wi-Fi. TV reception poor and very few channels. There is a small TV room with more channels, but still not many. They now employ helpful office staff from 3pm. I suggested to the owner that he make the bathrooms useable by either gender as there is only one for each, and he then told me there are two more bathrooms by the pool. I checked them out and they were excellent. Pool area looked nice, but not yet open. The halogen lighting is over the top, normal street lighting would be better.
A very nice state park. We had a back in water/electric site as the full hook up sites were all reserved. No cable TV at these sites, and nothing on the antenna. The cost was $20 plus $5 each person per day. We had a small restroom near us which was heated on cold mornings. The dump station was on the wrong side as we exited, had to drive round the loop behind the main bath house. Wi-Fi worked OK but we had to go every day to ask them to reboot it. The Sunday lunch buffet at Indian Lodge was excellent. The Fort in the town of Fort Davis is worth a visit, as is the McDonald Observatory; especially the star party.
Good location on the edge of Bandera which is a nice small town. We stayed three nights, two at PPA rate and one at full rate so have showed average, very good value. Restrooms and laundry are old but clean and adequate. There is also a nice activity room. Everyone was friendly, and it all seems to be well kept.WiFi worked well, you get an hour for each log in but you can just log in again when time is up.
We stayed here three nights, and the rate includes approx $3 a day for metered electricity. We were near the pool and the excellent activity center, there is also a good club house with a very extensive library. The restrooms were OK but probably cleaned by volunteers who lack attention to detail. Sites were level and didn't get muddy when we had heavy rain. Wi-Fi only works in office area. Staff and other people here all very pleasant.
This is a very large campground, but it is a wonderful place. We had a huge level back-in site. If you don't have a reservation they put you on a list when you arrive and you have to wait until 3pm to check in, then it's mad chaos and too bad if you get in the wrong line. They give 15% discount for seniors, reflected in price shown. Generally the staff were pleasant and helpful. There are great trails (walk/bike) from the campground and the beach is close by. Also good for shopping in the area. The pool isn't open yet, but we swam in the ocean. The activity center and nature center have things going on every day.Would've given it 10 if not for chaotic check in.
We liked it here. The only thing to add to the other reviews is that the Wi-Fi was a bit weak and unreliable and the swimming pool is fabulous - large and a nice temperature. Staff were great, bus service great and San Antonio is a lovely city.
Pleasant sites divided with shrubs etc., and new concrete pads. The place is generally clean and well kept. The Wifi packed up and did not return for the other two days we were there. The staff did not seem bothered about it. It wasn't just the Wifi, the computer provided near the games room didn't connect either and that was cabled. The restrooms are very nice, but not cleaned regularly. I went in a women's shower near the pool and there was a pile of hair in the corner which someone had obviously cleaned out of the drain outlet. It never got cleaned up. The swimming pool was really nice.
Pleasant campground with a small lake, close to I-95. Long pull-through sites on grass, reasonably level if you avoid the indentations made by tires when the ground was soft. The owners could do with filling these holes in. We connected to the Wi-Fi, but could not use it at all. Otherwise it's a great place, the bath house was very nice, the road noise not too bad, and staff friendly and helpful. Price reflects PPA discount, and represents excellent value.
A small campground tucked away behind a storage lot, but in a good location. Maneuvering into the sites is a bit tight, there's a few trees too many, and they lean over so watch the height. We were pleasantly surprised by how nice it was, with really excellent Wi-Fi and immaculate bath-house. Cable TV was a bonus too. It's quiet and ideal for mature campers like us! Nothing for kids to do, so take them to the excellent Altoona Railroad Museum and Horseshoe Curve.
Spacious sites and generally clean and tidy. Lots of seasonals, but in a different area. Wi-Fi very weak, there is a router on the back bath house that isn't working. The access gate wasn't working either so that was just left up. Then we had a power outage, just the sites in our area, and it took four hours for the electrician to come and fix it, so no air conditioning on a hot humid day. We loved the Cuyahoga Valley National Park which is nearby, you can take bicycles on the scenic train for $3 and ride back along the Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath. Visitor Center and bike rental in Peninsula, 8 miles west on 303, where you can take the train. We would come back.
This campground looks a bit old and tired when you arrive and the office area needs a spruce up, all dark and dingy. First impressions are important! We were in the main campground, described in a previous review as “all seasonal.” That is not the case now. It is about half and half, and the transit sites all have full hook ups. The bathroom facilities were very good and the laundry looked OK too. There is a lovely sandy beach with an area of the lake marked off for children to swim in from the beach, also a good playground and recreation area. The open area next door described in previous reviews now appears to be a separate campground. There is a good tourist information office next door to the west.
I called to reserve a site and was given a "Deluxe pull-through." The basic price was $40, but with COA discount we paid $36 which we feel was about $16 too much. The scruffy trailer on the adjacent site was connected to "our" electric box so we had to go back and ask and they said to unplug it. The electric installations are old and dirty, with long grass round them, and the doors don't shut. The restrooms, although technically clean, are old and shabby with very few tiles left on the walls. I was going to do the laundry, but the only washing machine was very dirty on top so I chose not to use it. Also the roads are too narrow and not well maintained. We noticed that there are good playground facilities for children. The place is tidy enough, and the pool looked nice, but it falls a long way short of what I would expect for the price.
Good time of year to visit, low cost, park and beaches quiet, beautiful trees. Very relaxing. Rate shown does not include 10$ park entrance fee. Big sites with concrete base and plenty of space for tow truck. Would definitely return.
Another pleasant KOA. Easy access from I-70. Young staff a bit surly, need to smile more. Great for an overnight stop or longer stay. Surprisingly busy for time of year so must be good! Wi-Fi worked well. Rate shown is after Value Kard discount.
It is out of season and all the amenities are closed but it is still a lovely place, and of course is much cheaper now. Wi-Fi was excellent at the pull-thru sites by the storage garages, the restrooms were clean and smart. The place looked well cared for and the sites were level. There are a number of seasonal sites but all are clean and tidy. We would return.
We were here for Oktoberfest. The campground was busy but nowhere near full as it is very big. Everyone was friendly. Sites are long with wide spaces between. There are not enough picnic tables or fire rings, and restroom facilities are inadequate for a campground of this size. Wi-Fi was reliable, got several channels on the antenna but no news channels at all. Rate shown is standard rate but we did get two nights at 50% discount with Camp Club USA. We were put on a 50 amp site and had to pay 3$ to rent an adapter. Would return.
Pleasant park in rural area, easy access from I-90, but road noise not obtrusive. Only a few minutes from Mitchell - don't miss the amazing Corn Palace - where there is everything you need. The staff very helpful, the internet is fast and reliable. Our only complaint is sites are a bit narrow. Rate represents KOA discount.
This place is very scruffy and not well kept. Restrooms are fine, there is no laundry, there is now a dump station. Sites are close together and tight to get into, especially if both sides are occupied, and they are not level.The grass on our site was long and uneven and full of small items of trash. It was OK for one night but too expensive.
A beautiful well kept park. Sites are good size, gravel but level, with fences and shrubs between. Everything is immaculate, including the three modern wash-houses and the three laundries. There is a large games room/cookhouse and a pleasant walking trail to a quiet beach. Very helpful staff. Conveniently located for Victoria and other places of interest. OK, so there are a few scruffy dwellings on the approach road, but really that is not a problem.
Clean and well-kept; sites are narrow and separated by tall hedges, but adequate. We backed in our 34ft fifth wheel no problem, as did everyone else we saw arrive. Wi-Fi was good, 2hrs per day free. Trains rumbled in distance but did not disturb us. Helpful staff, good amenities included excellent indoor pool and hot tub. Tow truck or toad has to be put in car park. A bit expensive, $55 plus $4.50 for over 32ft.
Sites are on a hillside which means either your patio area is sloping and not very usable, or the sewer hose goes uphill to the drain, not very clever. There is a barrier at the entrance for extra security. There are a lot of seasonal campers but they have their own area out of the way and are not a problem. Staff in the office were very helpful. In the area we visited Fallingwater which was beautiful, and also cycled part of the Allegheny Passage. We would visit again but not at a busy time.
Great location to see Vicksburg battlefield. Helpful staff, rate shown is with Escapees discount. The site was only just long enough for our 5th wheel and tow truck, and you have to put the RV at the front of the site and the truck behind it. If the site opposite had become occupied after we parked we would not have had enough space to hitch up again. Modern and clean restrooms.
We stayed 4 nights and were put on a site alongside the fence to Graceland car park, in between two very shabby permanent looking RV's. We were not happy to be located there, the RV on the side where we sat outside was an eyesore and should not be there. Otherwise the campground was fine; the restrooms, the laundry and the pool were all good and the staff was helpful. There is security on the gate all the time. It was an easy drive into Memphis. Have done all there is to see in area so won't be back. Price is after 10% Good Sam discount.
The rate shown was with 50% Campclub USA discount, I would not have wanted to pay 72$! It looks like we were overcharged and I am writing to them, website says rate is 48$ for full hookup, so we should only have paid 24$. We had a pull-thru site which was level enough. The campground is quite large and the horses are well out of the way if you do not like them! The location is great for visiting Gettysburg and the battlefield. Pool looked nice but did not use. Restrooms old but clean.
This is a pleasant campground in the beautiful Amish farming country, well located for all the area attractions.It is closer to Ronks than to Paradise. Pennsylvania Railroad Museum at Strasburg is worth a visit. We had a lot of rain overnight but it did not get muddy. We felt the campground was a bit expensive, but otherwise happy and would go there again.
Pleasant Park, loved the hot tub. The center bath-house had one of the two cubicles out of order for the 3 days we were there. A lot of the hook-ups have recently been renewed and work is ongoing to improve the park. Convenient location, pleasant staff.
We stayed 5 nights, weekend rate is 13$ more than shown. Rate is with KOA 10% value Kard discount. This was a good campground, the roads are OK and we had a new concrete pad. It is true that some of the concrete pads are cracked but this is New Orleans and there is no bedrock here, so subsidence is part of life. We had plenty of space. We took the free shuttle into town; you do have to put your name down the day before as there is only one trip each way. We also enjoyed riding our bicycles along the Mississippi River levee nearby. Nice air conditioned laundry with good book exchange too. Friendly helpful staff; we had a great time.
Rate is with Campclub USA Discount. Amazing value for an excellent well-kept campground. Very helpful staff, we rented a satellite box for 2$, great to have a dish on the site to connect to. The pool was lovely, and they also have a fitness room. The bathrooms were really good. We stayed two nights and visited the Space Center at Huntsville.
This was a really nice campground, although the sites were close together and the trees need to be kept in check. We were glad of the shade though! Helpful staff, level sites, and good price with Escapees discount. Lots to do in area.
Didn't check the laundry, but the restrooms were kept clean. The price is for a water/electric site. Helpful staff, and free coffee is available in the store. Watch for fuel station users not looking out for RV's entering as they leave, it is a bit busy just there due to competitive fuel prices. We would camp here again.
This campground is 40 miles west of Montreal, an easy run on the Hwy. We had a spacious pull-thru and when we had to stay an extra night because our truck was being repaired they moved us to another site with no problem. The place was full and the road noise from Hwy 20 is horrendous, it never stops. The staff are pleasant and do speak English. It's clean and tidy and fairly typical KOA,and good value for money. The entry road nearly 1/2 mile) is unpaved and very rough, also there are lots of speed bumps which you can't see. The fire rings are badly placed, too close to the neighbors. If we were returning to Montreal we would camp here again. Don't park at Atwater Market it Montreal, Our truck was broken into there.
A good campground well located just off Highway 192, it is well maintained and the facilities are excellent. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the pool and spa are open all year round. For the price they should have free Wi-Fi, that is my only criticism
We just stayed one night on our way north on the I-95, as it is close by. The staff is friendly and helpful, we had a nice level site and I used the laundry, which was excellent. In the morning we had free coffee and waffles which was a bonus. The campground is well maintained and we will use it again.
This campground is close to the I-95 and a good place for an overnight stop, although there is some road noise. They have recently regraded the interior roads and have done a good job. Our site was nice and level and the others around us were too. The staff was OK but not as cheerful and helpful as they usually are on KOA's. We would use it again.
We stayed for 28 days and got a special rate. This is lower for November than for October, but we were originally charged the October rate right through, even though we had more days in November. We queried this when reserving but were told that’s how it was, even if you were arriving say on October 31st!! We queried it again when we checked in, but they would not adjust it. A few days later we were talking to a neighbor who told us to talk to Vicky in the office. We did this and she gave us a refund with no problem, so that made us much happier. The campground is very nice, with easy access to a fabulous beach, and lots of wildlife – herons, egrets, ibis, pelicans etc, plus squirrels and rabbits. The Canadian geese were a messy nuisance. The Wi-Fi only works on the shore side sites, and only two of the six transmitters were working. Fortunately we asked on check in and changed to a site where we could pick it up. Wi-Fi cost 30$ for the month. The rest rooms were not heated or vented so they were always cold and damp, and were only cleaned very occasionally and very half-heartedly. We would camp here again.
Normal rate 36$, we paid only $18 with Camp Club USA discount. We were surprised to get the discount as there was an event on, the Turkey Run at Daytona International Speedway. This was only 2 miles down the road, and was the biggest car show we have ever seen, (we’ve seen a lot, in Europe too). The campground was full and had a great atmosphere. There is an attractive lake at the back of the campground, and the place was very well kept, with friendly helpful staff. Wi-Fi was only available near the office. Our back-in site was a bit tight to access as it was not very wide. We'll be back!
An excellent campground with level, spacious pull thru sites. Good Wi-Fi outside the office with a desk and outlet provided. Helpful staff, nice to get senior discount without having to be a GA resident. Enjoyed the nature trails too.
A lovely campground next to a fabulous beach, with friendly staff and several clean, warm bath houses. We rode our bicycles on the trail to the state park, the lighthouse is worth a visit too. There is Wi-Fi at the visitor center, ask at the office. We left a day early to get a problem on our RV fixed, and had to fill in a form to apply for a refund, but it was credited in two days. We will camp here again.
This is a beautiful campground with just the right number of trees and spacious level sites. There is a friendly staff, and everything is nice and clean and well kept. I would have given it a 10, but the pool was covered with a scruffy green cover held down with oil drums which looked awful. Other campgrounds we visited in North Carolina still had their pools open, which looked much more attractive even if they are too cold to swim in!
Our site was very narrow and squeezed in between two seasonals, but it was very windy when we were there so we were glad for the shelter from them! Access to the site was quite difficult though. It was a 50 amp hook up, and we needed 30 amp, but the owner loaned us an adapter so that was OK. There are NO restrooms. They do not accept credit/debit cards, only cash or checks. This is an excellent location just across the road from the beach. The staff were pleasant, and we enjoyed our stay. Te Wright Brothers Memorial is well worth a visit.
A lovely campground in a good location, easy to visit Ocean City and Assateague Island. It was out of season so most things closed but camp store still open and well stocked. Bath houses large, modern and very clean; we don't use them but we always check what they are like! (800) 228-5590
It is good value for the money. A pleasant place with friendly staff and clean bath house. Level pitches in very dark woods. Nice to see recycling bins for everything, more campgrounds should do that. There are plenty of trails for walking or cycling etc.
The previous reviewer has described the campground perfectly and we agree with all they said. We shall camp here again as it is the nearest campground to our family. The bath houses are old and need updating, especially bath house #2 in the woods, the floor of which looked as though it had not been cleaned for ages. Our site got a bit muddy after some rain. Owner was friendly and very helpful.