We stayed in a newer part of the park. The sites are very good in this section. That is why we gave it a nine. This new area has new facilities all around and is big rig friendly. The older section has few hook-up, no sewer. And, the facilities are older and not as well kept as one might want. I would rate the older part a six. There are great recreational opportunities from boating on the lake to hiking in the coulee. We learned a lot too!
Host couple made this place great! The sites are level and shaded with trees. The park is clean and very well kept. Close to recreational options including the Trail of the Coeur d' Alene that is 73 miles long and a beautiful ride. The Route of the Hiawatha that is spectacular. Plan a few days to make the most of your time here!
The park is very nice, however, the campground is not up to standard. The thirty amp electrical service is weak at best, the water pressure is low, and the sewer hookups are broken. There is not a level site in the place and it is very tight all around. Only the most skilled should attempt to get in here. We used site 203 because it was the most level and easy to escape from. The old facilities are just that old and hard to keep clean. The access road is paved, but it is a pot holed mess.
This is a “Resort” with large log cabins that feature beautiful furnishings, manicured landscaping, and even a hot tub. There is a lakeside guest lodge and General Store. They offer “Canvas Cabins” placed along the three stocked lakes. You can rent a boat, picnic, pitch your tent on a secluded campsite, ride your bike, or wander the peaceful grounds. However, if you show up in an RV, expect much less! For the $62 a night rate one would expect the best of amenities. Not this place. The six RV sites are poorly placed, poorly designed and an apparent after-thought. The sites are dirty gravel that turns onto a black soup when wet. The water and electric service is place on the wrong side of the site making hook up a challenge. There is no sewer, and no dump station on site. You have to drive five miles back to town to empty your holding tanks! There is one bath house, but there are lots of “Port-A-Jons” around. Come on! Sixty two bucks a night and you have to use a “Port-A-Jon”! (Remember, no sewer or dump site.) When we arrived we could not get to our RV sites because of low hanging tree branches. It took three trips to the shed before they had all the tools to do the job. Forty-five minutes later we finally got to our site. This might be a “Resort”, but not a “RV Resort”... especially at the outrageous price.
If you do not mind dry camping and love the outdoors this is the place for you. The sites are large and well spaced out. Several are "Big" rig friendly, but not all. Plan ahead, and reserve, if you need a big site. The park is beautiful and great for hiking and mountain biking. The location is excellent for touring the island too. Keep in mind that there is no dump site in the park.
Nice park, but the noise, from I-90, was just too bad! The campground is good with a combination of back-in and pull-through sites. There is plenty to do with the Iron Horse State Park trail near by. The lake is beautiful, and the park has about five miles of hiking trails.
The park and campground are nice enough. The problem is the noise from I-84! The campground is right next to the highway and there is constant, 24 hour a day, noise from the 18 wheelers heading east! The campground is a bit tight for big rigs. I would not try to bring in a 45 foot bus! We have a 37 foot fifth wheel that we got in just fine. Not too much to do in the park due to close proximity to the highway.
This campground is a gem! It is new and has everything you need. I would have given a "10" if the sites had sewer. Great location with lots to do for the outdoors lover. The interior roads and sites are paved. It is easy to navigate and get parked. The park is next to the Sawtooth National Forest and the City of Rocks National Reserve. Plan ahead because the are few services close by. Also note that six of the sites are designated for equestrians.
This is a great State Park in a spectacular location. There is plenty to do and great places to visit. I noted that the park is NOT big rig friendly, however, a skilled driver will do fine. It is very tight here and undulations may risk high centering of very long rigs. The interior roads and sites are paved and properly equipped.
We enjoyed our stay in this park. The campground is small and quiet. It is a little tight, but big rig friendly for the skilled. Lots to do and see. We liked the hiking and felt that the views in this park, are the best we have seen. It is a small campground so reserve if you are going to visit.
This is a very nice recreation area. The campsites are top notch! I would have given a "10" if 50amp was available. The sites are paved, level, and easy to back into. The park is beautiful and worthy of several days of exploring. Bring your hiking boots, boat, bike and any other toy you have. Plan on a fun time in Show Low too! The rates are going up to $30 a night starting April 1, 2010.
This is a nice small RV park. I would have rated it higher, but it is right next to US-70 and there is quite a bit of traffic noise. It is close to down town Ruidoso and all the recreation the area offers. Bring lots of electric, water, and sewer hook up stuff. The services are at the end of the sites, requiring lots of extentions.
The RV sites are very spacious and yield great views in every direction. Too bad the lake is almost gone! There are miles of great hiking, biking, and horse trails; but they have not been well marked. It seems that this park is past it's prime since the lake has been lowered. Too bad, it must have been great at one time. The park is about 5 minutes from town.
Very nice State Park. It has been around a long time, but is in excellent condition and has everything one needs for a fun time. The sites are getting a little broken up, but not a issue yet. Lots of room to navigate a rig. Lots of hiking, biking and everything else to make for a good time.
This is an outstanding RV campground, in an outstanding State Park. The RV sites are perfect with water and electric service. The park management is upgrading the sites with nice wooden decks that really add to the quality of the camping experience. Hiking is great and there are lots of water sports to enjoy.
As far as a "RV" campground this is a good park. The sites are well spaced and properly equipped by modern standards. However, the park does allow monthly and or seasonal parking. Some of the "Residents" have let things get quite messy! I would rate the park higher if not for the trash around some sites. The park is geared toward boating and enjoying the lake. There are very few trails and the park is a good distance from other attractions.
This is an outstanding State Park in a fantastic location. The park in next to the Point Washington State Forest. This combination gives you great beach and great forest to explore. Hiking and biking make for fun activities. The park is close to some of the Gulf Coasts best resorts. The shopping and eating is out of this world. The campground has two loops. The older loop, sites 1 thru 35, are water and electric. The new loop, sites 37 thru 59, are full hook up, 50 amp sites. The older sites are smaller, but shady. The newer sites are larger, but more open. We stayed in site 53 and found it fantastic. This is a must visit park!
This is a poorly maintained park. It is too bad because the location is outstanding! The campground roads are broken up and washing out. The sites are just as bad. The bath houses are old and in need of major investment. With a little effort this could be a great campground. Go and enjoy the park, but plan on a few disappointments in the campground.
This is our second visit to this State Park. The campground location is terrific, right on Lake Delanor! We stayed in site #4 with the best views. The campground sites are in very good condition and kept up by a great Campground Host. The interior roads are a bit tight, so be careful navigating through. There is a lot to do at any time of the year. Hit the hiking trails, go horse back riding, ride your bike, or visit the area attractions.
It is easy to see why Tom Johnson's peers voted him the best RV dealer in the US! Simply outstanding is the best way to describe this campground. There is a full-service dealership, including a 36 bay service department. There is a large "Rally Park" for big events. And, a top of the line campground. I met Tom Johnson, Jr. and got permission to hike his land. He is a class act and runs a class operation. There are lots of outdoor recreational activities in the area. Enjoy!
Good for overnight stops or tail-gating for an NC State game. Safe and secure areas available for RV's: are flat and properly equipped. If it rains it is a mud-hole, but it dries out quickly. We are here for an extended stay out of need not want. State parks north and south are a better bet if you do not need to be close to town.
This is one of the original six State Parks in Virginia. The campground is great. It is a little tight for bigger rigs, but take it easy and watch your mirrors and no problem. The sites are leveled with good gravel and have all the usual stuff. The pool is large and popular. The hiking trails are excellent and very well maintained. Hike, bike, or horseback are all allowed on the trails. Fishing and boating on the Dan River and Staunton River are popular activities. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
This is a small but good State Park Campground. It is tight, but with care a good driver will be able to get around. The park has designated "Big Rig" sites. The sites are level gravel and it very good condition. We used site 26 for our 37 foot 5th wheel. Got in with no problem. The facilities are good and the recreation opportunities are great. They have a nice beach and lots of hiking trails.
This is our second visit to this park. Typical KOA, no surprise. Just a good place to stay. It is a little tight in some areas, but is big rig friendly for the most part. Close to several good places to visit including Wallnut Creek Park.
Canaan Valley is a fantastic place to visit. We got to see beautiful fall colors! The campground is tight and a challenge for larger rigs. We pull a 37' fiver, but got in just fine. The pull-through sites are too tight to pull-through: we had to back into our site (#3). However, after surveying the sites, there are several back-in sites that are large enough and two pull-through sites that are much larger. This park is worth a visit.
I would have rated this park higher had it not been so expensive. Full hook-up is $45.00! We went with an electric site and paid $25, still high! Great location, good facilities and nice people made for a pleasant week. The main roads are paved, the sites gravel and level. You can dry camp, electric sites, or full hook-up. Plan ahead and make a reservation if you must have the full hook-up.
The recreational resources get a "10"! However, the campground is old, built in the 60's. The electrics have been upgraded to 50amp, but that seems to be the extent of work. The pit toilets and shower house are dirty and in need of repair or replacement. This park is disappointing after visiting other Ohio parks that have state of the art facilities.
This is the largest Ohio State Park. The recreational opportunities are vast and varied. The campground is large and the sites are very nice. However, the restroom and show house facilities are showing their age. No amount of scrubbing will make them look clean. This park needs to model West Branch and upgrade their campground facilities.
This is an outstanding park. Ohio does a fantastic job with their parks. It's perfectly clean, with lots of space, great facilities, and very nice people! Sure, the county road into the park is a little rough, but so what. Drive a little slower and you will have not problem. The sites are level and paved. Just pick the level of hook-up you want. Full, electric only, dry and you are set.
This is a nice county park. There are a few sites for big rigs, but check ahead and make a reservation. The electric is 20 amp only. Lots of shade and space to spread out. The park features nice hiking trails and playgrounds for the kids. The park is close to the Horicon Marsh and many other recreational activities including the Wild Goose Rail Trail for the cyclist.
The State Park is great, but the campground needs some work. Most of the sites are small and not "Big Rig Friendly". The interior roads are paved and the sites are gravel. The park is right on the Military Ridge State Trail.
We really enjoyed this RV Park. The owners/hosts are great folks and work hard to make sure their guests have a good time. We like it because the park is a working farm on over 250 acres. Lots of trails, lots of farm animals, fresh eggs, fresh produce, and anything else you can think of from farm. The area is great... make sure to stop by the Hunt Hill Sanctuary.
We had a new site that was a pull-thru that is paved and in a very good location next to the lake. Avoid the East Campground if you want quiet. Lot to do and see. Make sure you go to the Harbor House for dinner. Great food!
All the facilities one might want at a seasonal RV Resort. Lots of "Park" models everywhere. The main focus here is selling lots. The daily rentals are put on dirt sites that have not been sold yet. Sure they are full hookup, but that's it. Dirt and mud is the name of the game. We felt like outsiders too.
This is campground in transition. The "old" campground is very limited and not big rig friendly. However, they have converted a parking lot... yes, a parking lot for big rigs. The park only offers a few electric sties, no water or sewer. The State has funded a campground expansion but they will not upgrade to full hook up. Also they only have a one lane dump site with only one fresh water hose. Big line ups here. The park is fantastic, the campground lacks modern equipment.
Low price... Great value! Everything is new and clean. The interior roads have been recently paved. Lots of shade to keep cool. Very well maintained and prefectly clean. The beach has a new bath house and expanded parking. A really nice find.
What a great State Park. The RV sites are very well laid out and vary is size to accommodate any size of rig. There are only a few "Full Hookup" sites in the Big Brook loop so, if you need full hookup, call ahead for a reservation. There is a beach, boat house, and a great little "Trading Post". The campground hosts do an outstanding job here. The park is only a few miles from Helen, GA. Helen is a fantastic Bavarian style village with great shops, and places to eat. In the summer you can go tubing, too!
This is a review of the Cokeley Campground within North Bend State Park. This campground is new, only their second season, and is very clean and well maintained. The interior roads and site pads are paved. But no trees! Hot on sunny days and open to the wind. Only 30amp electric which is strange for a new campground. There is plenty do do here so plan a long week end.
Limited room might make for a tight fit in some sites. We parked a 37 foot 5th wheel with no problem. Only 30 amp and no sewer. Great hiking and water sport options. Mountian biking is big here. Learn to fly fish or take one of many other outdoor classes.
Great State Park right on the James River. The RV campground is not on the river. However, tenting is on the river. The RV sites are large enough to fit any size rig. Enjoy hiking, biking, and horse back riding. There is a canoe livery and camp store at Canoe Landing.
Very nice State Park. There is plenty to do, especially if you are into boating and fishing. The gorunds are very well maintained as are all the facilities in the park. Reservatioins are a MUST. They book up to a year in advance for a weekend stay.
This is an outstanding State Park. Good, paved interior roads. The sites are gravel and level. Full hookups are available in 40 sites. Thirty Amp, water, sewer. The beach is great and there is a lot to do in the park and surrounding area.
Great little gem of a park next to a nice lake. Fun for boating and fishing. Good hiking in the park and national forest next door. Golf for the folks that enjoy the links too. The camp host was great and a fun person to chat with.
I struggled to come up with a rating for this place. We arrived with a “Wow” feeling but left with a soured feeling. Let me explain. Campfire Lodgings is in a perfect location. High on a mountaintop, close to Asheville and all it has to offer. The Blue Ridge Parkway is just over the next ridge. So rate it a “10". The view of the French Broad River and the valley below is outstanding. So rate it a “10.” The office and gift shop is a cute log cabin filled with nice stuff to delight any camper. So rate it a “10.” The sites are level and properly equipped. The premium sites (P1 through P5) are concrete slabs., and feature the best views of the valley. So rate it a “10.” So far, so good! However, the bathhouse disappointed; it is a trailer disguised to look like a log cabin. The interior spaces are small, and it is deteriorating. The water pressure prevents the toilets from working and needed five or six tries to clear out. Sometimes we found waste in the bowls! I had mentioned this to one of the camp/workers, but it did not improve during our seven-night stay. So rate it “1.” We arrived knowing that the management is very fussy and enforce the rules to the letter. No problem because good places stay that way with fair rules that are enforced. However, it is the methods and attitude of the person enforcing the rules that makes the difference. We got a hard time about parking, but there were no “No Parking” signs where we parked. We were up front about visitors, even getting extra parking passes, only to be treated like trailer trash on our last day when this person demanded to know, “How many people are in there anyway! There is an extra charge for visitors!” We had paid for our over-night guest previously. So rate the management a “1.” The bottom line is that the campground is great; the management is terrible! Therefore, my final rating based on how I felt when we left is a “2”! I hope that the owner will get the message.
Nice park with some larger sites for big rigs. The sites have water and 30/50 amp hookups. We were there in the winter and noted that they closed most of the campground due to the colder weather. Lots of trails to hike and the lake is great for water sports and fishing.
This is a small campground with good facilities. The "Pull-Through" sites are short, but most of the back-in sites will accommodate large rigs. There are limited recreation opportunities and the trail system is not maintained and hard to navigate. This park does not take reservation so get in early.
A great park, and nice campground! There are some larger sites that will accommodate larger rigs, however, most are small. This park does not take reservations so get in early. There are two good bath houses and one old, and not heated unit. The park is in the process of installing sewer in about half of the sites. This should be done in time for the spring season to start. Great hiking, and mountain bike riding! There is lots to do and see too! It is a bit far from downtown Nashville, but a lot less expensive than the campgrounds in town.
This ia a great State Park. We enjoyed the Lodge for their Thanksgiving Feast. There is a golf coarse, stables, beach, and marina. Great for fishing and most outdoor activities. There are not many hiking trails. The best sites are in loop "C", but it is closed right now for bath house renovations. Judging by the high quality of the other renovated bath houses, it will be great! Plan ahead during peak times and enjoy this fine place!
This a nice enough State Park and well worth the $18 price for a lake front site. However, the power plant across the lake is very noisy and the pavement around the camp sites is coming apart. The site are eroding away and little to no work has been done to correct the problems.
A nice park with water and electric sites. There is good hiking and biking including a long trailway. There is great boating and fishing for those that like that, including a canyon for the rock climbers. There are eight Geocaches in the park to enhance the experience.
This park is showing it's age. The sites are nothing more than dirt. The landscaping ties are rotten and falling apart. The roads are in rough shape and in need of re-paving. There are some trails to hike and boating is big here.
We would give this park a "10" if not for the on going clean up after "Ike". The camp sites are clean and in good shape. There is full hook-up with 50amp. The grounds still need a lot of work but they will get there. Give this park a visit and you will enjoy your stay.
Wow! What a great place to spend a week. Great campground deep in the canyon with good size sites equipped with water and 50 amp service. Go, but plan lots of time to hike, mountain bike, horse back ride, and enjoy the "Grand Canyon of Texas"!
A little too tight fro our taste. All gravel driveways and sites. Our site is not level but I fixed it with some blocks. Typical for a KOA but just a little on the older side. Ten miles from downtown Santa Fe. To eat our go to Harry's Roadhouse.
This is a nice park close to down town Taos and all the nice historic sites. The owners and employees are great and very helpful. The only down side are the gravel inside roads and sites. Some areas needed a fresh cover, of gravel, because the rains turn a lot of the area into mud!
This RV campground is old and in need of major upgrading. The electrical peristyles are coming apart, the water supply is weak and the sites are anything but level. But it is close to the mesas that attract all these visitors.
This is a review of the Pa-Co-Chu-Puk campground. This is the "full hook-up" campground that is at the north end of the park. The sites are nice and some have great views of the river and fishing ponds. There is not much shade so it might be too hot in the middle of the summer. However, stay in loop "G"! Loop "F" is too close to highway 550 and there is a lot of traffic noise there.
Very nice State Park RV campground! The sites are very well kept, level, and properly equipped. The location is great and close to several attractions. The State Park employees were very helpful and always had a smile.
A great State Park Campground. The sites are large and easy to get into. The electric sites have been upgraded to include 30 and 50 amp service! There is a ton to do here, including hiking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, and much more. The forests have been attacked by the Bark Beetles and look bad, but come and enjoy anyway.
Nice National Forest Campground located in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. Hit hard by the Bark Beetle, there are a lot of dead trees that are being cleared out. Close to lots of recreation and things to do. The water is by hand pump so fill your tank before you get here. PS: There are toilets but no showers.
This is a small but nice RV Park. It is right on the highway, but noise does not seem to be a problem at all. The interior roads are good gravel surfaces with well kept grass around the sites. The sites are a little close but I have seen much worse. The grounds are clean and well kept. The hosts are very friendly and ready to help out any way they can. This is a good park for an over-night on the way to Grand Teton or Yellowstone National Parks, or a few days to explore this area including Sink Canyon State Park.
Great RV park, but expensive for a National Park. The sites are all pull-thru and have 50amp full hook-ups too. The sites are well spaced out and filled with trees. Some of the loops have lake views to enjoy. The Visitor Center and shops are a short walk way with easy access to the lake shore. There are lots of hiking trails and many other activities to enjoy. I would give this park a "ten" if it was not so expensive.
This is nothing more than a very tight parking lot. The sites are very small and not well kept. The dust was a pain too. For half the money and great camp sites go to the other, dry camping, areas. They are much better and will make for an enjoyable stay. Only use Fishing Bridge if you have to have hook-ups!
Part of the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, this park offers a nice place to stop and relax on the way through to some place else. Good size sites with plenty of room to enjoy. Close to Butte and Anaconda for those interested in mining history.
We picked site #20. This is the best site, but all are great. The people are fantastic, the sites are large and shady. The river side sites (including #20) are fantastic. We think this is the best campground we have visited this year!
This is a great location, and close to the village and everything one needs to enjoy a week of hiking, biking, boating, and anything else you might like to do. The sites are large and well spaced out. However, the lack of trees make it feel closer than it really is. The facilities are being renovated right now and the construction noise was an issue for us so we asked for another site. They were accommodating. Plan ahead or you will be disappointed. The campgrounds were full every night. Watch out for the wind!
After we checked in and set up we went for a drive through the area and discovered several other RV parks. They were all parking lots! If you like nice wooded sites, with good spacing, this is the place. Some of the sites are narrow (#36 where we stayed, for example) and can be a challenge to get lined up and have room for slides, and still be able to walk around the rig. Other than that, this is a fine place to stay.
This is the very best national park we have stayed at. We stayed the maximum of 13 nights and loved every minute of it. The sites are large and well spaced out. The area demands that many days be spent here. So, plan a few days or two weeks and enjoy. The only "But" is that you must plan ahead and make reservations or you will be disappointed.
If you like to dry camp this is a great place to enjoy a few days. The park is about 15 miles north of Kamloops located on a very nice lake. There is plenty to do here so just enjoy. If you have a big rig, plan on using one of the back-in sites on the outer loop for easy access. The inside sites are a little tight but some are still okay for a bigger rig.
Very good KOA. Everything was great including the on site restaurant that has great Canadian food at fair prices. The Wells Gray Provincial Park is near by and worth the time to visit. We had a nice stay with the new ownership that had just taken over in April.
This place is tighter than a drum! You can get a big rig in, but be prepared to do a lot of maneuvering! The sites are so small that our bedroom slide is in the bushes on one side and our door side slide in within 3 inches of the table (that won't move) making it useless. They also nickel & dime for everything. Want cable TV, that $3/night; want internet, thats more; have a big rig, pay a sur-charge; and no 50amp hook-ups. At the prices they charge everything should be included! The place is very clean and well landscaped. The place is close to Vancouver and all that the lower main land has to offer. But, way to tight and way to much.
We liked this resort very much. The location is perfect, the views are outstanding, and the amenities are there. This is a great place to stop and enjoy Whistler. Bring every outdoor toy you have and get to it! If it was not for the price we would give it a ten!
The park is great! However, the campground is very tight to pull a big rig around. In some places there are just a few inches of space to fit through the trees. The paved roads are narrow and passing calls for going in the mud. There are large rocks placed in the sites that can interfere with maneuvers. Once you get in great! Enjoy fishing, hiking, biking, boating, Geocaching, and access to local attractions.
Very good for a KOA. The property is very large with a great variety of site size and layout. We are here early in their season and find them still busy getting everything cleaned up and ready for the Maifest that happens in Leavenworth. Within walking distance of down town Leavenworth and "Worth" the price.
We enjoyed the Columbia River Gorge and this park very much. It is well shaded and the sites are a good size. The camp host was great too. While we were there Good Sam "Oregon 79ers" were there doing a big clean up. Thanks for that and the bun! Get in early because there is no reserving a site here. Hike, bike, drive the historic highway, or just relax. Take a few extra days here and enjoy amazingly lush forests.
Tumalo is a popular campground because it is close to Bend, OR and great fly fishing on the Deschutes River. There are nice hiking an biking trails too. The Camp Hosts were great and made us feel very welcome. The grounds are a little tight and call for skill to back in around the trees. Our site (B15) has a lot of trees close in to the pad. our rig just fit with the slides out! Most sites are too small for big rigs and there are limited full hook-up sites. Plan ahead and reserve your spot early.
We saw this campground in less than perfect condition. They had just opened up for the season. A little late due to some snow storms that had covered the area in a deep blanket. We still enjoyed our stay and got to see the area to some extent. The grounds are a lot like a state park but the sites are smaller. In high season it might be a little too close for some. Two great hosts. One important feature is the restaurant that is opening for it's 98th season on May 2! The resort in in the Winema National Forest and close to hiking. The resort is right next to the canoe trail that runs through the Upper Klamath River. Some of the cabin guests were here for the fishing. Must be a good area to get your fishing fix!
We picked this campground because it is in a great wilderness area and offers terrific hiking and mountain bike riding. We later discovered that dogs were not allowed on the trails. Must be the horses! The site we had (#18) was great with lots of room. However, if you pick a full hook-up site you will be right on top of the next rig. It is very tight! The facilities are okay, but getting old. Hiking the trails is worth the trip because the area is beautiful. And, you can ride your bike into town rather than burn gas!
We like this park because it has the look and feel of a "State or National Park", but the features of a private park with large and wooded sites. The location is close to great wilderness hiking and adventure sports. The owners are nice and helpful.
This is the nicest private park we have stayed in. The park is perfectly clean and well laid out. The on-site restaurant is an award winning delight! The only thing that kept this from a "10" is the noise from local traffic and the railroad horns. Well worth it if you are in the Bakersfield area.
This is a US Army Corps of Engineers camp ground. The park is outstanding with great access to the lake for water sports. There are miles of hiking trails to enjoy and the spring wild flowers are out standning. The RV sites are too narrow and force campers to hide behind their rigs. The roads are hilly, twisty and demand close attention while navigating through the park. We enjoyed our stay because of the hiking.
This park would get a 10 if it were not for the motor boating crowd. Everything is very nice and what a great location on the Colorado River. If you want quiet look some where else. If you can take the sound of high performance engines, this place is for you. Plan ahead because the are very few full hookup sites and even fewer sites that can be reserved. We saw four rigs in line one morning waiting and hoping that someone would leave and they could get in!
A good park if you like lots of amenities like a pool, game room, etc. Not so good if you like space, quiet, and the great outdoors. Close to town and Spring Training for MLB. We used this as a place to catch up, clean up and get a good deal of shopping done. We would normally not stay in this type of RV Park because if the very small spaces.
Outstanding location near town, and great hiking and biking! Modern bath house this all new stuff and spotlessly clean! The are no reservations allowed at this very popular campground so get in early and avoid school holidays.
This is in a nice location with lots of room to get any size rig in. With only 29 sites resevations are recomended. I gave it a lower rating because the rest rooms and showers were not very clean and had a torn shower curtain.
Nice and remote, but worth the drive. This is an outstanding State Park with everything you will need for a fun camping trip. The lake has good access and there are National parks near by. Some sites are small, but there are some bigger sites. We have a 37 foot 5th wheel that fit into site 19 just fine.
Small but great. Lots of room for big rigs too. There is Wi-Fi, but plan on spending time at the camp HQ to get the signal. Pick a site with a shelter to hide from the sun. The springs are great for year round swimming and diving. Several groups came in to do night dives.
This is a mix of RV's and mobile homes. The campground is mainly for seasonal and year-round campers but they take care of daily campers very well. The highway is close but is not bad if you are in the back areas. This place is neat and clean with no clutter in the sites. The people that live here are friendly and there are a lot of activities to take advantage of.
We enjoyed the hiking and biking on well marked tails along the Onion and Williamson Creeks. Big rig friendly in one loop (Sites 1-40). However, much tighter in the second loop. There are good facilities for all to enjoy. The location is close to downtown Austin and the airport. It can get noisy but overall not bad at all. The Rangers are young green-horns that tend to be a bit over-the-top with the regulations!
If you love the beach and want a site right on the beach, this is it! We have site #24. It is the closest to the water we have ever been. This park would get a ten if they had sewer connections. You can select 30 or 50 amp electric. All sites have water. The location is great to enjoy all that Galveston has to offer. Bring you hiking boots, boats, kites, and bikes. You can use them all here!
Not bad, but could get a better rating if the bath houses were updated. They are old and rusty! And, not very inviting. Good level sites that are paved. However, the water and power connections are a long way from the sites so bring your extensions.
I want to rate this park higher because they are trying to recover from Katrina. However, there is little positive to say right now. The sites are much too close together! The closed areas look better and offer more amenities. But for now pass this one up. Check back in late March or April. The repairs should be done by then.
A nice surprise. We were treated really well by the host. He suggested a better riverside site, and made sure we were happy. The state up-graded the electrical system to 50 amps, and put in an all new water system. There are three handicapped sites that have be paved and all the sites have ben improved to handle larger rigs. Nice people, great location!
There are 50 amp sites, but the State wasted their money by upgrading small sites that will not accommodate large rigs that use 50 amps. The road along the south side of the camp ground is very narrow and limits backing into the sites. We were given 46. No way I could get my 36 foot 5th wheel pulled by a Ford crew cab, long bed truck into the site. We changed to the north side where the road is wider and allowed more turning room.
Great place to stay when visiting St. Augustine and the beaches in the area. Very clean and secure campground. The site we were given was very soft and our 5th wheel began to sink as we were trying to get into the site. We called the office and the problem was corrected within 45 minutes.