This is really the nicest park in the area, and we looked. Excellent facilities, new hook-ups, good electrical service and excellent Wi-Fi. AT&T cellphone and air card worked fine. Owner has gone to a great extent to make this the premier RV park in the area. Beautiful views of the mountains and sunsets. Close to major river float companies and the Royal Gorge. Clean, neat, well laid out sites, particularly the premium sites. A few native trees, but the owner has planted several trees that should provide more shade in the future. This park is probably aimed at the higher end user, although there are some nice play areas for the kids. Nice area for walking your dogs, with doggy bags provided for free use. I understand the owner is going to install a new dog run. Fairly quiet although Highway 50 runs right in front, and it is busy most of the time. A couple of nice golf courses in Canon City if that's your interest. We really enjoyed our week long visit and will definitely be back.
If you're a golfer this is paradise, it's also great if you're not a golfer. RV park is right next door to the GC. Nice place to walk your pets, along the river. Park host was nice. Many activities planned along the river. Well maintained by City. This is a great base for exploring the Hill Country area. Really nice BBQ place in town. I will definitely be back here when it gets cooler for some more golf.
We were very impressed with the condition of this park. Everything was neat and clean. Pools were great. Tried out the golf course and found it to be well kept. Owners have gone to great lengths to place unique decorative items about property. Lots of kids safely enjoying this rural setting. We felt very safe and reminded us of the "good old times" where you could let your kids enjoy themselves outside. Of course it was very hot and we had to use the air conditioner. Voltage was good and constant. This park is a little jewel in the middle of nowhere and well worth visiting. We will stop here again.
We really enjoyed this park. It was extremely clean and well landscaped. Owners/employees were very friendly and helpful. Hookups were new and well placed. Long pull-throughs made for an easy set-up on gravel, level sites. Concrete patio area was convenient and equipped with a nice picnic table. Old red barn was very unique. Laundry and bathroom facilities were very clean. I would highly recommend this RV park for visits to the local area.
I almost hate to let out the secret. What a great campground! Owned by the City of Grapevine, this place is really well kept. Good security, lake access for boats, paved sites, etc. Lots of locals with the high price of fuel. Good place for families and pets. Lots of golf courses, eating places, and things to do within easy driving distance. Will make it a twice yearly trip.
Rate was 32.65 with Good Sam Discount. Lower rates available but we stayed in the "Deluxe" sites that have a grassy area next to it. I really liked this RV Park for a quick overnight stop. Casino next door with plenty of dining options...not much more in the area. Nice folks in the mini-mart/check-in office. We really enjoyed the Missouri Botanic gardens. Didn't have time to visit any more of the numerous sites in St. Louis. We can see the big Arch out of our window. Despite the East St. Louis reputation, this park appears to be very safe. I would not hesitate to recommend this one. Wi-Fi would have brought my rating up.
Very convenient for an overnight stop. Very nice management. Free continental breakfast. Mini restaurant on site with pizza, hot wings, etc. available. Pull through site allowed me to keep tow vehicle hooked up for quick overnight stop. Big trees would probably provide much shade in the summer. Cable was excellent with full range of channels. Free Wi-Fi worked perfectly. I would definitely stay here again.
Extremely convenient to Interstate, which might be a negative for light sleepers. On the plus side, very clean, neat, level sites. Concrete pull throughs so I didn't need to unhook the tow vehicle. Restaurants are within walking distance. Mexican restaurant was on site. Didn't try but it looked nice. Owners were some of the best I've met. They were present during the free continental breakfast to welcome travelers and offer a wide range of breakfast items. I would highly recommend this one.
This is part of the Tulsa Fairground complex. Basically a paved parking lot with hookups. No trees or shade. Very convenient when exhibiting or attending events at Expo Square. Office staff very helpful. Back in sites will not allow you to park your vehicle in front of rig because of length. You must park your vehicle in a designated area. Probably more designed for MH's. Kind of tight when full. Designed for max rigs in minimum space. Very bright lighting in the night. Appears to be in a fairly safe neighborhood. I would stay here again if exhibiting or attending events at Expo Square.
Park is OK. Looks like they are clearing a lot of brush in our loop: 1900, so it is not very attractive. Other loops might be nicer? Tight, tight. Blacktop pads but no room for any furniture, picnic table, etc. Very narrow sites. When stepping out of the rig you step on dirt. Dirt area behind rig for table, maybe. No Wi-Fi, no cable TV in our loop. I've been in better for the price. Charged an outrageous $5.00 per dog per night. I wonder what that money is for? Everyone picked up after their dog so what's with the charge? Not easy to get around in the Disney area unless you use their transportation. To get from the campground to the Magic Kingdom parking lot you need to drive a long way. Overall, it's good if you are going to the Disney attractions, but little else. Would stay hear again if forced to.
Many more plus's than negatives. It is not a resort type, but very adequate for a day or two. Easy access from Interstate. Quiet, friendly office personnel, very nice dog exercise area. Pool was closed but looked to be nice. Wi-Fi worked good. On the negative side, you are really packed in here. Too close to open awning, but easy pull-throughs. Gravel sites, and close to your neighbor. Probably not a place to sit out and relax, but nice for an overnight stop, and to see the sites of Vicksburg. It is what it is, and if you're looking for a resort type place this is not it. OK.
Great overnight stop. Close to I-20 for convenience. A little traffic noise but not overwhelming. Access road has been fixed. Plenty of pull throughs. Beautiful office and pool area. Would definitely stay here again.
More than adequate park with close proximity to downtown San Antonio. Extremely competent desk personnel who go out of the way to help you out. Park was kind of hard to locate due to recent road name change. Nice golf course nearby. We would definitely stay here again when visiting the area.
This RV Resort is just as good as everyone says. Staff was very helpful in finding site. Extremely well kept and clean. Pool and spa were outstanding. All roads and sites were paved. Free WiFi was a tad slow at times but very acceptable. Cable channels were clear. I would highly recommend this park for anyone in the Kerrville area. Several nice golf courses fairly close.
Ok, let's get down to the nitty gritty. This is NOT for older folks like me unless you have a youngster around. We met our daughter and young grandson here. It is a teenage dream world, pool, dances, golf carts, romance, etc. I saw an earlier review that described this place as a "refugee camp." That is the exact phrase my wife used when we first arrived. We had one of the beach sites which each have a covered table structure. I hit my head about 5 different times on that darned thing. Each structure is modified/decorated by the individual to his liking. I strung a rope around mine and hung towels on it. This decorating theme is what gives the place a "gypsy camp" feel. After you get used to the look it is not so bad. There are a lot of golf carts with younger people driving them around, a whole lot. Also, little kids walking and biking in the main street with little regard for vehicles. You have to be on your toes. On the plus side, the pool, beach, camp store, personnel are great, and their is a lot to see and do in Myrtle Beach. Overall, we had a really good time, even played a round of golf at Deer Tracks just down the street at a reasonable rate. One odd thing that really didn't make sense to me was the habit every night at 10:00PM of about every golf cart in the park driving back and forth along the beach front road. I saw many kids younger than the required 16 years old driving carts loaded with other teenagers. All having what seemed to be innocent fun. Weird! I wouldnt go here if not with kids. They advertised internet service at your site for $10.00 per day, WAY too expensive. Lakewood had Wi-Fi but I couldn't log into it. The cable TV had an excellent picture and a bunch of channels. Grass needed mowing at the sites badly but I don't know how they would do it because of the big turnover. I saw some nice cement sites down on the North end and would highly recommend them. Fun to walk around at night. Beach means sandy, sandy, sand everywhere. With cement pads and FREE Wi-Fi I would give it a 9 or 10.
This was a very pleasant surprise after a long drive from Florida. Beautiful park like setting with big trees (but not too many), nicely mowed grass, and paved interior roads. Some sites near the back have concrete pads but the grassy/gravel pull-through sites in the middle were much better. The sites near the back, i.e. "AA" were too close together. Go for the "G" or "H" lettered sites if making advanced reservations. Very pet friendly with a fenced dog run area. One interesting note is that you must sign an agreement regarding your pet and picking up after them. I didn't mind a bit, and noticed NO dog waste around the grounds. Charleston was great and try to go for the Tommy Dew walking tour of downtown: we loved it! A really nice seafood restaurant just around the corner on Main Rd. called Gilligans. Magnolia Plantation was interesting and the gardens were beautiful. Be Warned!!! turning across hwy. 17 coming from the Southwest is tricky with all of the weekend traffic. This is a very well operated RV park and nicely located to Charleston while maintaining a country setting. With cable TV this one would have been a "10" although you do get the local channels very nicely.
It IS a beach type campground not a resort type so be warned. Gravel/sand roads wind through fairly dense trees, palmettos, etc. The pullthrough sites would have been nice but I was given a back-in, number 95 and it was a real challenge getting that baby backed in. Narrow road and big tree limbs must be watched carefully...I didn't really think I could do it. Cable signal was weak but maintenance man showed up with a portable TV and proved it was OK. Still not good in camper even though I haved hooked up to many cable systems just prior to this one with no trouble. Weak signal coming out of the box. Forget about the satellite unless you are in a lucky spot...too many trees. No Wifi at sites I was told but they did have it around the office area. I lucked out and got it at my site, although a very weak but usable signal. Beach was nice, water was warm, they do allow dogs on the beach which was a nice surprise. Lots of shells. Interesting beach walk on the river side. Lots of people have rented sites for the summer and leave their rigs here, and lots of permanent type people on the back. All fairly neat. St. Augustine was very interesting, although most restaurants are expensive and if you don't drink you are in the minority. Park probably needs a little work...site was not level and had to use a board under tires. Very dark, which I liked, and very quiet. Pool was nice and warm. Office staff was friendly and store was OK. If you like beach type camping then this is for you.
Outstanding RV Resort with a golf course. This is off season and the golf is very reasonable. Beautiful setting in a ownership type park. Evidently all of the sites are owned and the management handles the rental when they are gone. A mixture of RV's, huge RV port homes all adjacent to a wildlife refuge area. I have seen the most wildlife of any place I have been: deer, possum, racoons, ALLIGATORS, armadillos, and SNAKES. Did I mention rattlesnakes??? This morning my Boston Terrier was sniffing a small brown object and jumped back. I investigated and found a pygmy rattlesnake coiled up. Evidently this area is infested with these things during the summer months. It is also infested with alligators. If you don't bother them they don't bother you. Wi-Fi needs a little work as the coverage was weak at my site. Otherwise this place is fantastic. Just watch your dogs.
What a pleasant surprise after a long day of driving. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. Very nice level site close to the pool. Owners should be commended for maintaining such a nice park. Only stayed one night but would definitely stay here again.
This is a beautiful, quiet state park that is fairly close to I-40. Beautiful large trees with lots of birds and wildlife. It was a good alternative to staying in Memphis. We only stayed one night but plan on going back. No sewer hookups in the majority of the park. The upper equestrian area was much nicer with individual, private sites on newly constructed sites, overlooking a small lake: all with sewer connections. I would pay the extra money and stay here if possible.