This really isn't a typical campground. Rather it is 20 sites for parking behind the motel units. That said, it is not an unpleasant place to stay. There are no amenities to speak of but what they offer is good. We have 50amp service, fresh water, a good sewer hookup and some 40 channels of cable, although some of them are snowy. Wifi is erratic so we are using our jetpack. We are a big rig but backed into site #4 quite nicely. This is a quiet place to stay and explore all Fort Davis and Alpine and Marfa have to offer.
Patagonia is a good stop if traveling the southern AZ routes. We stopped for a few nights. Our 45 foot RV would not fit in the back in site the owner wanted us in. The tree branches were too low to back in enough. Fortunately there was only one other RV at the park at the time so we pulled across into one of the pull through sites and used all of it. Utilities worked well. TV and internet were okay. Owner a bit eccentric as another reviewer stated, but nice enough guy. If we were in the area again we would try the State Park.
Park is okay for an overnight stop. Level sites, good washrooms, no cable, and WiFi is extra. When we checked in under Passport America we found WiFi would cost extra and there was an extra cost for electricity (hence our daily rate of $33). In our opinion both should have been provided for in the paid rate since they are advertised as "included". Bottom line this is an "a-la-carte" park in my opinion. We would likely boondock on nearby BLM Land if in the area again.
Rate is based on Passport America. Nice park for short term stay (we stayed two nights in transit). This park is not for us for the long term....it is cramped. Sites are close together. Our slide out is 4 feet from our neighbor's slide out. It is neat and clean and folks are friendly.
A beautiful park located on the shore of Lake Palourde. Spaces were good even for our 45 foot RV and the park is a great spot for bird watching, kayaking, fishing, and walking. The rate is based on monthly rate. We would have given a rating of 9 but the WiFi did not work, and there were no plans to get it fixed any time soon. If in the area we would stop again.
Lazy Days is a huge complex. The staff is extremely friendly. The campground has 299 sites and we had site 264, on one of the two cul de sacs. Our first few days here were pleasant enough, but next week is the big Tampa RV show and apparently that brings in some "yahoos" who are not considerate of others. A large group (some 40 or so) took over the cul de sac circle with a portable fire pit, loud music, loud talking and even louder young kids running around. This went on well past the 10pm quiet hour. Lazy Days security had to come at least twice to attempt to quiet things down. This crowd should have been told to disperse well before the 11:30pm when they did disperse. A shame a few ruin it for the many. We would rate the campground higher but this experience doesn't allow it.
Rate is based upon weekly rate. We camped here for a week. Very nice Seminole Indian owned park on the reservation. Very nicely kept with good sized sites. We had one of the (less expensive) grass sites near the back of the campground, which are fine. Winter regulars make up most of the concrete sites: folks from all over the northern US and Canada, mostly Ontario. Nice folks. This is a quiet park and off the beaten path, so make sure you are stocked up on groceries before you get here. The Seminole museum is worth visiting and Billy's Swamp Safari is entertaining. And the stars are something else on the cloudless nights. Come and enjoy a great park.
Decent but dated municipal park in SW Miami. Very convenient to sights like the Everglades. Campground has W/S/ and 50 Amp Electric but no cable and Wi-Fi is iffy. Staff is very friendly. Pretty park with all the trees. Some sites can be tough for longer rigs. Laundry rooms need dollar changers for convenience. Some pods have good picnic tables but not all. We would stay her again if we could not get into John Pennekamp State Park in Largo.
This is a gem IF you get the right site. The booking arrangements could be more centralized so a popup doesn't get an overly large site while a big rig is backed into something very tight. The park is great otherwise and visiting during the Festival of Lights is recommended - a great show. We will camp here whenever in the area and fingers crossed we get a larger site next time.
Disney does most things right. This is a great park in many respects, but for the price the sites are tight, especially for larger rigs. Backing into sites with a 45'MH can be tricky. Also Wi-Fi should be available at these prices. The bus services worked well and waits were acceptable most of the time. Many of the sites are long enough but not wide enough. We will be back.
Pleasant, friendly park. Part of a great complex with Lazy Days, Cracker Barrel, Flying J and Camping World. Great place to meet new friends, extremely pet friendly. Sites are average size, some back to back. Still room to "stretch out". Utilities worked as stated and clubhouse and pool were top notch. We will be back
Rate was a winter weekly special. This county park is lovely. HUGE dog park, lake, playgrounds, many walking trails. The 600+ acres are very well maintained and managed. The staff is top notch. The sites are quite level and gravel. Internet works well, no cable TV, but local stations came in fine. Great place to enjoy Charleston, and a great park if you have a dog!!!
Very friendly staff, and excellent large and level sites. Very quiet while we were here. Internet at site was spotty and no cable TV, but we did pick up local stations ok. This park sets the standard in many areas. This was our 2nd time here. We will be back.