We would not stay here again. The location was good right off I-75 but it was extremely squished and difficult to maneuver around. They had as many rv's as they could in there. There were many that looked like they had been there forever and I wondered if people lived in them full time. They were falling apart. The dog area was a joke and there was barely any room for the dogs to go to the bathroom. Sites were sand/dirt. TV and internet were bad. Not a good scene at all.
Nice, neat campground. Turns were a bit tight for our RV and sites were too close together but the setting was nice-trees, shade. We only were there for the night so didn't really use the amenities much. TV and WiFi not good as in most campgrounds today. Staff was pleasant. We would stay here again and maybe ask for a bigger site.
We stayed here overnight. I have lived in Peoria all my life and never knew this place existed. It is very large, clean and spacious. Very nice grounds-nice level sites. There are some seasonal sites apart from the overnight ones. They are very well kept. Nice dog walk area. Owners were friendly. The only issue we had was the entrance to the campground has a huge bump which really did a number on the RV and the speed bumps are overkill. Otherwise we would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice campground with many activities for families with kids. The gravel/dirt/grass sites are spacious and you don't feel squished in. Some of the tree branches need to be trimmed but it was basically maneuverable with our 37' motorhome. Our kids' families stayed in the cabins very close by. They were nice and luckily had a/c. It was very hot and humid. The amenities included a snack bar, a nice pool, a pond and games and go karts, playground, etc. They had a man come in on Sat. and gave a really cool talk about reptiles showing many different varieties. Very interesting. Staff was friendly and we all had a good time at nearby Circus World and at the campground. There is a pizza buffet nearby. They also have a nice dog park area very close to the campsites. We would definitely stay here again.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed in. You can really tell the attention to detail and organization of the owners. It is the little amenities that really make it stand out. The sites are long and level and easy to get in and out of with our 37' motorhome towing a car. Gravel with concrete under picnic table. Everything is within easy walking distance. They even have a camper lounge with TV, etc. in case you want to get out of your RV. Very nice pool and hot tub and several places for our dogs to be. We did not use the restrooms as we had our own but my guess would be that they are clean. The people who run it are very nice and accommodating. We would definitely stay here again. It is right off I-75 conveniently located south of Macon.
We have stayed here 4 times en route to and from Fl. Excellent small park. Easy on and off I-65. Lots to do in the area. Very big rig friendly-all sites are pull thru. There is a train nearby but it only comes by once or twice a day. Not a problem. Very nice and organized people run this park. Our dogs especially enjoy the fenced in doggie area! (This park does not have much for kids to do, but there are lots of family activities in the area including several caves.)
Nice level graveled pull thru spots. Trees, pond (although algae covered). Easy on and off to I-75. Don't know about restrooms as they were far from our spot so we used our own. They had a herd of goats there on the other side of the park. It is very large. We would stay here again.
This is a beautiful well planned RV resort. It is a very high end facility without the high end price in the south. They sell the pads but they also rent them nightly. It is a cement pad and paved roads (keeps everything very clean). Nicely landscaped with fire ring and table. The clubhouse/swimming pool/bath house is like a country club. They have a media room beautifully decorated and very comfortable if you want a place away from your RV for awhile. Large pool and sunning deck. There is a pond in the middle and beach at one end. Fishing and swimming, paddle boats. And all this is conveniently located at the best ice cream stand in the state. Fantastic, would definitely stop there anytime we go through Michigan.
This is a beautiful setting in the southwest corner of Vt. The scenery is gorgeous. You are down in a hollow with a pond (with fountain), lots of trees and very quiet. The best thing about this campground is the people who run it. We had a terrible situation with our septic in our motor home and the owner, took the time to help us out of literally a mess. He went well above his role as the owner of the campground. One thing you need to know is that they don't accept credit cards-personal check or cash. I didn't know this when I booked our three days, but luckily I had my checkbook with me. This is a beautiful spot only about 20 min. south of Bennington but you feel like you are away from everything.
This is a very large campground with most sites taken as seasonal rentals. The campsite we had was fine. It was shady and grassy and there was enough space between them. The owners were friendly. They only have a WiFi hotspot which didn't work and you only get 1 hour free. Our satellite would not come in there either. There was a lot of noise from the interstate which ran right past the park but then again it was close to hop off for one night while on a longer trip. They had amenities that might be needed by families on a summer type trip.
This is a good place to stay if you need an overnight spot close to the freeway. It would not be a place I would use as a destination for a week or so. It is an older campground and does not have many amenities for families. It was a good spot for us to stay overnight on a trip down Interstate 90.