Stayed here 2 years ago Nov. when it was crowded -- not so much this time of year. Sites are tight but well maintained and we got a 2-tree shaded site this time! Nice dog walk and park, but very strict about dog on leash and leash in your hand, not tied outside. A few miles off I-10. Great water pressure if you remove their added valve and use your own (up to 80psi, so must use something). Staff helpful, all base amenities available, great place to see Tucson and surrounding area from. Always feel safe on a base and stayed 6 nights.
Rate includes taxes and winter rate. Easy on/off freeway, but little traffic noise. Great sites with privacy fences, tiny gravel that they smooth out with a grade (so you can't walk or drive on any other site for any reason), level, no shade but plantings and some grass for pet walk and an enclosed pet walk. Had an emergency with our truck and Ford was right around the corner, so had to stay 2 nights. Don't miss Mesilla, a village only a mile south that is so old it used to be the capitol of NM and AZ and Billy the Kid was tried and hung there! Great close sightseeing/shopping/eating experience (La Posta Restaurant) and we couldn't have been marooned in a better park in the area!! Helpful morning staff.
Impressed with this park. Best in Santa Fe. Stunning views as it is up on a ridge overlooking everything and lots of wind. Landscaping was beautiful and very natural with some nice sculptures here and there. Great hiking trail around the entire park for walking the dog and a nice dog park too. Staff is mostly family, very helpful in recommending restaurants, etc. No shade, some long term residents who are working in the area. We had a premium site with patio on the end, so not tight. Stayed a week and got the 7th night free. Would definitly stay here again, but not all that impressed with Santa Fe -- very crowded town.
Don't know why we paid the highest rate listed here! Certainly not worth it. Gravel parking lot with so called pull-throughs that were not the norm -- nose to nose and had to negotiate with neighbors to get out. Easy on/off one nighter, but I wouldn't stay longer. No shade. Utilites fine. Huge pet walk area with grass and BURRS. Great staff, however, very friendly.
This is a Best Western/Denney's/RV park combo right off the freeway. As soon as you pull into the BW parking lot, stop by the sign that says RV registration, as you will be making a right into the Denney's lot and then a tight left into the RV park. Register in the motel office, friendly staff, breakfast buffet is free and pool can be used. These are the tightest sites we have ever seen and we have been in some tight ones over the last 5 years of fulltiming. Our slide was 12" from the slide next to us and we were on an end and pulled over as far as we could! Reservations absolutely needed if you expect 50AMP. Many sites filled with local workers. We stayed 2 nights to rest from a long trip, but we would not have had we known how tight the place was. Good for a quick overnight, convenient on/off freeway.
Greatest hosts we have ever met! Led us to our campsite and told us to come in and pay when we were set up and rested. Needed propane and the husband came and got my husband and the tank, helped him get it out AND back in, and it was very inexpensive. No TV as the trees interfered with satellite. Easy on and off freeway. We would stay here again!
Another MI west coast over priced resort. Does a better job of catering to the travelling RV'er than other 'sites for sale' parks, but the water was foul, the Wi-Fi was horrible, and the fitness room was so hot you couldn't work out in it. Many complaints from lot owners. Pet friendly only if your dog can hold it till you get to a common area, but nice forest trails to walk them on. Obscure dog park with no trash cans and no one uses. Nice facilities and well maintained. Great helpful staff and no deposit/pre-pay to lose if you can't get there, unlike some other parks on this expensive and over rated coastline.
Typical gravel road/sites campground right off the freeway. Ask to be in the back of the park to avoid the noise and be close to the shower house. Great owners (live on the property) and staff who are helpful, lead you to your site. Water pressure good. Sites not too close together and some very long sites in the front of the park. Pet friendly and close enough to Springfield to see the sights. We were here during some pretty bad rain and drainage was good. Would stay here again.
Hats off to the staff of this casino RV park!!! They have a 10-10-10 rating with Good Sam and most of it has to be due to these helpful, caring people who understand the needs of the travelling RV'er. We did not intend to stay here but had a break down and were towed here to stay until we could get the truck to the Ford dealership in Manistee (this all happened on a Sat, of course). Although the park was booked, staff made sure we got to use the park facilities while stuck in the parking lot overnight and found someone to put our fiver in a site the next day (our truck didn't run at all) and made sure we had that site long enough to get the truck fixed. Great facilities, felt safe despite our plight, very pet friendly, priced right, good utilities -- we cannot say enough nice about this great place that we will always remember!!!
NOT impressed at all. This is yet another west coast Michigan overpriced park selling lots, taking money from the travelling RVer to make ends meet, but not catering to them at all. We had a 3-night stay planned that we could only stay the 3rd night due to a breakdown 150 miles north. Had proof of the breakdown, but because we were cancelling with less than 14 days notice, that one night cost us $159 as they refused to refund a penny for the other two nights. They were only 20% full. No wi-fi, no cable, nothing but an over appointed clubhouse with no one in it. Pet friendly only if your dog can hold it till it makes it to the east side of the lake or the northwest empty corner of the property. The town has nothing to offer. The best restaurant is Maria's, but don't order anything but the lasagna. Not sure why this park thinks its sites are worth $53/night. I don't, and will not be staying here again. In fact, I was very glad we didn't spend 3 nights here!
Park is very average in all aspects. It seems that most of the parks along the west coast of MI think they are actually in West Palm Beach or some other ritzy area because they are too expensive for what they are and because of insane cancellation policies. Be aware that the cancellation policy here is not RV traveler friendly. If you have to cancel for ANY reason including emergencies, there is a $25 fee, no exceptions. I will be boycotting all parks that require pre-paid or deposit reservations and take my chances.
Rate reflects weekly rate. And this is one of two major complaints I have about this park: it is just ridiculously expensive. At $244/week and no monthly rate, it is the most expensive place we have stayed for 7 weeks. We have to come here because we have family here to visit and there simply is no competition, but after fulltiming for five years, alas this is absolutely the most expensive place we have stayed in the country and we have stayed at better parks/resorts than this. And they have the gall to ask for a donation for their free Wi-Fi and charge guests $4 to enter on weekends! Everything else said here is true: very family oriented; lots to do especially on holidays; seasonal sites are well kept as is the whole park; only 6 miles from EVERYTHING you could possibly need; nice pool with a guard; very pet friendly; staff is extremely cordial and helpful; nice little store; across from Alum Creek recreational area; woodsy trails to follow; etc. I just hate being nickel and dimed to death after paying so much to be there in the first place. Second complaint: NO water pressure. Now they will tell you it's your rig, not them, but before we got here we stayed in many parks with no water problems. After we left, we had no water problems. The whole time we were here, we had less than 40 psi pressure, measured by our gauge. We will not be staying here again.
Truly was a safe harbor for us as we couldn't get in another park we were reserved for. Owner was very helpful on phone to assure us we would have no problem finding the park or a site exactly as we needed. Parked on a lake, great view, 90' pull through so level we didn't have to unhook, honor system to pay (put $ in envelope), restful; which is what we needed.
Made reservations a month in advance and made it clear we were big rig -- they had us in area 3 that we could hardly get in or out of, let alone back into the site with all the obstacles. Be advised, only area 2 accommodates big rigs and even that can be tight. Staff not helpful at first, but eventually one young lady helped us and we were able to park. Spent a week visiting military family, were 17 miles from them, but this was still easier than Leitner, traveling 25 MPH on base for 20 miles. Nice recreation area with beach, great for families, otherwise this is camping, not RV'ing.
Sad, but this is the best place to stay in VB. Easy on/off I-20. Friendly people. Lots of nuclear plant workers, but that is about to end, so park may clear out more. Had 5 sites re-leveled while we were there, but all need re-done as we used more blocks to level our RV than we ever have in 5 yrs of full timing! Eat at Rusty's downtown -- excellent food. This is a good place to stay to sight see as it is so well located.
This is a gem of a park. The owner should give lessons to everyone else who owns an RV park!! Absolutely stunning landscaping, amenities, clubhouse, pool, everything! We have traveled the country for 5 years and not found anything like this unless it was a private expensive park. Owner and manager are stellar when it comes to customer service. Very clean and quiet even though it is right off I-20. Great place for rallies and club meetings. Free cable and Wi-Fi. Paved streets and sites. Plenty of shade trees, but not in the way. Whoever designed this park knew what they were doing. Great pool! Catfish in the stream!
Easy on/off for overnight, which is what we did. Cable and Wi-Fi inc., gravel parking lot with hookups, expansions have no shade trees, all permanents in the shaded areas. This is an oil riggers paradise and that is who lives here. Fenced dog run, kind of run down facilities. Rate reflects Good Sam.
Expanded park in 2010, but no shade in that area. Huge dog park, nice cement sites with patio and table, plenty of room. Rate reflects Golden Age discount. Staff very pleasant. Back of the park very noisy from Rt. 54 traffic. Lots of military residents here, no reservations, first come basis.
Easy on/off for an overnight stay, which is what we used this park for. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Pretty much a gravel parking lot with hook ups, but the lady who owns/manages is so nice -- bakes pies to sell (our apple was not all that good), and free waffle breakfast is included. Small workout room/family room with computer and TV/library available. Quiet, good cable and Wi-Fi.
Wonderful park operated by wonderful staff. Rate reflects monthly rate, electric not included. Long term sites are HUGE, park on level gravel with a cement patio and strip of well kept grass; shorter term sites are very large also. Trees aren't big enough to provide much shade yet. Nice facilities, close to I-84 but very quiet. Great overnight park (Flying J at same exit) or long term (about 40 sites are permanent resident sites, but very clean). Great full fitness facility acros the road, and small gym in clubhouse. Pool and hot tub, laundry, showers and restrooms, nice clubhouse.
Not terribly impressed, was expensive for what it is. Our site was so unlevel with no correction possible. No shade, have to pay more for that. Nice pools, although didn't really get to use them as the one nice day it was closed for private party. WiFi negligible. Asked them to please mow our grass 3 times in 10 days to no avail. The sprinkler system caused crass to be wet most of the time. Long and wet was not a good plan! Also asked to get a remote for workout facility, to no avail. Beware of free stuff offered at another desk when you check in. They want you to sit through a presentation to buy a time-share RV resort program. Definitely convenient to the strip, although they no longer offer a shuttle. Friendly staff, just no follow through. Nice pet facilities.
Nice little campground I am sure when it doesn't rain. Unfortunately, that is all they have had this spring and many campsites are flooded. The Provo River borders these grounds and because it is only 1/4 mile from the Utah Lake, it can be a dangerous place to be when flooding occurs, especially when the snow melt comes down in June. Lots of trees, gravel site with grass, picnic table, friendly staff and nice store, pool. BUT side by side hookups means someone is "touchable" on your back side: too close for me. Very few mosquitoes now, but wouldn't want to be here later. Dogs barking and people walking through our site continuously didn't impress me either. Be aware that there is much construction at the Center St. exit and your GPS will mis-direct. Simply get off at #265 exit for Center St. in Provo and go south 2 miles to campground on right.
So beautiful and quiet in a small town but so accessible to all that southern UT has to offer. (It's 45 minutes to Zion Park, half hour to Hurricane or St. George where many campgrounds have closed due to expansion of the city). Very friendly and helpful owners who have been building this park for 13 years. Outstanding views, great shade trees, good hook ups, cable TV is being installed as I write this. Verizon PC card didn't work well. Take a side trip to the Red Cliffs just south on Main Street: great hiking and picniking. Nice big sites if not busy as back to back sites. Good natural spring water. We will be back!!
55+, more than the typical amenities, 2 pools (one so hot you can't stand to get in!), on-site PO, friendly people and staff. Love the Country Store every Thurs.; 3 small dog parks and very pet friendly in the pet sections (some annoying barking goes on); lots of park models and friends have purchased here; very active park. We stayed here for 4 months and would come back again. Rate reflects monthly discount for long term stay, electric average ($15 mo. meter reading fee!), sewer/trash (an extra $30/mo.)-- you have your own trash and recycle cans.
This area is so beautiful and has so much to see and do, it really doesn't matter where you stay! This park IS a good one, though. Close to downtown; friendly helpful staff; clean and very well maintained; paved roads/pebble gravel level sites with cement patio and table; nice rec hall and some activities. The rate reflects a monthly rate including estimated electric. Has a pet playground: burrs abound everywhere in TX! Felt very safe in the area; it's a bit noisy sometimes due to trucking refrigeration business next door. Several winter Texans come here every year and actually mow and water their little plot of grass/scrub and protect it beyond belief! Must see the Pacific War Museum and Gardens; LBJ Ranch; Luckenbach; art galleries; walk Main St.; and enjoy the great food (except The Nest!)
This is only 2 miles off I-30, but on a busy main Hwy so lots of road noise. OK park for overnight. We had 50 amp FHU with cable and WiFi -- this rate reflects Passport America, $25 otherwise and wouldn't stay here if we had to pay that. Friendly staff.
Great park!Level pea gravel 50 FHU site; paved roads; wonderful cafe with a home cooked meal so you don't have to cook or un-hook; very nice pool and spa; pet wash; no cable but great TV and satellite reception; poor Wi-Fi reception; easy on/off and road noise not too bad; very friendly staff; felt secure; plenty of space to walk the dog. Just a nice place to stop and rest for however long you need. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This park is a great find! We opted for the full hookup rather than no sewer because once we were there, we decided to stay a few days. It is right on the banks of the Arkansas River with great views; pea size gravel sites (4 on a hook up pod when busy, otherwise side by side pull throughs -- if facing correct way, no hook up problems); 7 mile bike/walking trail along the river with great parks; North Little Rock downtown is revitalized. The Starving Artist on Main has the best food we've had in a long time; $2 all day on/off pass for trolley transportation (buy at RV office -- they have all you need to know for touring) was wonderful for touring both N.orth Little Rock and Little Rock. Flying Saucer is great beer joint!; take a river cruise; see the Clinton Library. There is a great staff; facilities are limited for bath and wash; nice pavilion; some road noise; gated, lighted, secure; easy on/off (call for directions into park -- behind flood wall but easy to negotiate). We will be back!
Great, safe, close to everything park. Gravel sites, a lot of dirt to deal with as it was very dry while we were here. Great open grassy area for pets to walk in. Security tight including a car that drives around all night and gated with security guard. Area didn't appear to be that bad, however. Sites narrow, but I have seen worse. Didn't do Marlowe's, but did go to Uncle Lou's and had a great time. Close enough to Beale street to drive. The shuttle books up quickly as it is for Heartbreak Hotel and RV park guests only. Elvis Presley Blvd is not a smooth road: go through 3 lights after 5B exit off 55, then get as far over to right as you can (looks like a berm area that ends immediately after turn into park) to turn onto "Lonely St.", which is the drive back to the park.
As fulltimers with a heavy 40' fifth wheel, we aren't real fond of "campgrounds" vs. RV parks. This campground is friendly and well kept, but the traffic noise from I-40 is horrendous. No water pressure to speak of. Dirty, unlevel sort of gravel very tight sites. Only three 50 amp full hookup sites. The further you are from the office the less chance you have of getting Wi-Fi. Can't use TV antenna or satellite (they have free cable). The rates are typical KOA ridiculous (rate reflects KOA 10% discount) and they take no other discounts. Pet friendly with bark park. Owners live on property. Trash pick up, propane available, and lots of shade. Will not stay here again.
Clean, well kept and great stop over for 1 to a few nights. We are fulltimers who appreciate easy on/off and in/out, value, friendliness, etc. and you get that here. Water pressure a bit overboard and unable to fit pressure regulator in hole that water hook up is in. Very tight sites -- when you step out of your door, you are on your neighbor's utilities -- but plenty long so we didn't have to unhook. Great weekend flea market next door! Plenty of shopping and eating in Shepardsville. Close enough to Louisville to see the sights. Rate reflects senior discount. Have stayed here before and will again if in area.
Rate is PA rate. This is an overnight stop only. Just a parking lot with pull throughs and a lake at the back of the property. No woods except around the park! It is easy on/off freeway, and a TA across the street, not a good area of Montgomery. Staff was very friendly and helpful, except the older lady who acts very put out by you. WiFi didn't work. Sloppy when it rains and has many long term, construction workers, etc. Key didn't work well in the bathhouse.
This is a clean, secure place to park for a night or a week. Pool is the hotel pool. Casino caters to the lower class: no high rollers here. It's very smoky, and the food was horrible. Everything worked at our large site though, including the Wi-Fi. Staff is friendly and very helpful. Rate is a Good Sam rate. Spend enough money at the casino, and you could get your site comped. Shuttle to casino every 20 minutes picks you up at your site and takes you back, or you can just take the short walk. This is our second stay here and we will probably look for something more upscale next time in the area.
Our rate is Passport America. This is a one or two nighter place only. The pool is postage stamp size, and the wind is continual it seems. But, these are the friendliest people in Texas! They escort you, they make sure you have all you need. Has easy pull through's, cable TV and all the comforts of home: for one night. We will always stop here when in the vicinity.
This was our second winter in VP and we were less impressed this go around. It seems that slowly, but surely, this once premier park is losing its top of the line status. Mis-management and poor management skills; potholes; more trailer trash; unkempt landscaping; more and more permanent homes; very poor Wi-Fi system; and just a generally poor attitude by the owner and those he hires. Thank goodness the people who frequent the park, or own park models here, are still the friendly sort!! But, many many homes are for sale now. We originally thought we may buy a park model here, but have changed our minds. Won't be back for any long length of stay, if at all.
We were absolutely appalled at what we found here, especially for the price and the false advertising. The beach, pool, buildings and other amenities have not been kept up for years. I found it very funny that the camp store in the office, has beach and pool toys/clothes galore. The staff is not helpful and do not understand what it is you have to complain about. The Wi-Fi simply doesn't work. The sites are varied, few are level in any way, only a very few FHU (many with gray water drainage only), some blacktop, some cement, few with patio area. This is a campground, not an RV park. And it appears to be a campground for trailer trash and many fulltime residents. The bathhouse was unclean and not maintained with shower heads missing. The trains are incessant, sometimes 15 minutes apart. This is an $18/night campground, not $38. We will not be back although we have family in the area. We will find something else.
This park is fast pricing itself out of business as its owner is raising prices tremendously every year and seems to think people will pay the same prices as they do in Florida for a seasonal stay. The valley is nice, but it's not Florida! We were here from January through April and the rate reflects the average cost per day including electricity on a pull through site. With all that said, this is the best park in the Rio Grande Valley. We checked them all out because we like the area, the people, the cost of living, the proximity to Mexico and services available there, and the weather. We didn't like the wind or the hot/humid temps of April and would never stay past March again; our dog was extremely allergic to something in the ground cover and the burrs are simply dangerous to man and animal! The park has so much activity scheduled, you could never do it all. The pool is outstanding, but for 2 months, you can't get in it because there are so many people. On site restaurant food was not good. Propane delivery at site; cement sites with full hook ups; paved streets with curbs; grapefruit trees on most sites; no grass, just TX scrub and dirt (if you can't stand dust and a dirty RV, you won't like it here!) except for people who live in mobile homes and have cultivated grass. There is an on-site P.O.; the wireless was good, but modem was a problem because you can't use Outlook for outgoing mail. We had to re-install our Verizon PC card to have protected internet. Cable TV was outstanding with many premium channels. There is a free landline hook-up for local calls. It doesn't have the most friendly staff; not much to do outside the park except S. Padre Island and Progreso, Mexico, but plenty to occupy yourself with in the park and there's lots of seasonal Winter Texans. Pet friendly, but not very good facilities for such a huge park, although they say they will have running water, a bigger dog park and better facilities next season. We will return until the park is too expensive.
Over priced for a slab of cement almost awning to awning near the beach (rate reflects super site + cable + electric for a week), which was covered with seaweed and unusable other than to walk on if you could find a path. Was told super site simply meant closer to the boardwalk (needs to be cleaned off) and the large pool (which was closed for 2.5 days of the 7 we were there for cleaning and repair). Very hot and humid and windy this time of year and we would not return to Mustang later than April 1 if we come again. Lots of seasonal Winter Texans and weekend local trailers take up sites with annual rental. Great place to come for quiet beach life, as the town is geared to lots of restaurants (Shells and Pelican Landing were the best we found) and expensive beach shops, many of whom are open when they feel like it during this time of year. Trolley to downtown every hour; 2 pools; lots of rules without much observance or consequence; pet friendly but many don't "pick up"; very friendly workampers; would return if rate was better and didn't have to pay for cable.
Quiet (except for trains); nice woods and grass all around property; very pet friendly; cement sites with small patio extension -- some sites need attention to break down of cement; convenient on/off and to all you will want to do; behind a ridge on the east bank of Mississippi and across from the Ameristar Casino barge; propane at reasonable rate; no "junk" or long term RV's; few 50 amp sites and some flooding in middle of park when it rained; shuttle service but you can walk or drive yourself easily to casino (5 casinos in a row on the east bank with this one in the middle); nice casino with great food at buffet; free breakfast a nice touch; they say there is a 3-day limit, but can stay longer if not busy; great civil war national park 4 miles away and beautiful antebellum mansions to visit with quaint downtown shopping; Walmart, Kroger, Walgreen, and more very close by; rate is Good Sam discounted; have been told this is best park in the area and we would return.
Great weekend camp for families with tents or small trailers -- new pool, fishing, paddle boats, nice store with pool table. Not a place for long term stay for RV's as they only have gray water drains (no washers allowed and no laundry facilities)with honey wagon service for a fee; goose droppings everywhere; no clean up of sites and firepits; poor lawn maintenance; store not open during the week and hard to find someone to take care of any issues; only three 50 amp sites; poor gravel roads with potholes; sites not well laid out for utility access; poor water pressure and sometimes NO water service; bathhouse showers set on one temperature and it's hot!; nearest shopping 20 miles away. In defense of owners, this campground was in bad shape when they bought it and is in process of being upgraded, but that process has been going on for 3 years and is slow going.
This is one of the nicest parks on the west coast, close to beaches and much to see and do in the area. However, it is way over priced and is the only reason we will not return. Average cost is $1K/month during winter season. Also, very dirty as no grass on sites, just dirt and pine needles. Pines leave sap on everything and hard to get off of RV. Nice facilites and beautiful pool with extensive activity schedule. Many seasonals.
This campground is actually 100 sites with half being seasonal. Weekends are repeat visitors who get drunk and let their kids run wild. Golf carts abound and accidents are not uncommon. Events planned for these repeats and rates increased accordingly. Week days not so crazy, but rate high for off season. Huge camp store; canoe, bike, paddle boat, golf cart rentals; nice man-made beach and pool; but, nearest shopping is 30 miles away. Oyster Festival over rated and over priced, too! We will not return.
This is not a well kept park. A lot of trashy seasonals and the only section shorter term campers will want to be in is the open "I" section (definitely the only place you will get satellite). When it rains, it floods many sites and roads -- we had a waterfront site and weren't anywhere near the man-made lake! So many potholes, it was hazardous to drive our truck, let alone our fifth wheel on the interior roads. The beach is small and steep. The tree lined entry is not big rig friendly. Did not find the staff very helpful with directions. Not sure why their rates are so high, especially off-season. They have nothing to offer (except free WIFI) and need to bring the value up or the rates down! We come to Maine every year, but we will never stay here again.
Tight, in a field site with no sewer or shade. Staff friendly, but rain in the field with little gravel was very dirty situation. Left RV for 3 days to go to Toronto, no problem. Would not camp here more than overnight in future.
Best site we've ever had! Unfortunately, only 3 full 50 amp hookup sites available, but all the sites are very private and large! Great beach, boating, dog park/swimming, well patrolled, wonderful staff. Golden Buckeye card gets you half off the fee. Will camp here whenever we can!
This was a great base camp for us while we explored the Ontario coast, Niagara Fall, Fort Niagara and Lockport Erie Canal. Not well maintained (paddle boats broken, activity room run down), but a nice beach on a huge lake, had lots of room, shade, and as it wasn't crowded, no one parked on either side of us. Passport America rate you can't beat for 10 days. Mostly seasonals, father/son owned, nice people.
This is a seasonal park with a few overnight pull throughs. Seasonal people were rude to us when we went to the lake to swim (no beach). Level gravel site, very tight, no real amenities to speak of, close to freeway, but over priced and wouldn't camp here again.
Very over priced. Sites like a parking lot and no amenities except the pool. Paid $220 weekly rate, so nightly is higher. Location is near Alum Creek, but still ridiculously priced. State Park has better sites and bigger. Will not return.
This is the best campground we have stayed in! Very well priced, we stayed over a month, paid $555 monthly, and with Passport, Good Sam rates for the odd days, it averaged to the rate shown. No pool or frills except free cable TV and $1/day Wi-Fi that was very fast. Cleanest bath houses I have ever seen. Not a place to bring the kids, no kid amenities, but very pet friendly. Very well kept grounds, very friendly and helpful staff for every little thing. Level gravel over sized sites, we stayed on site 61. It was nice sized and backed onto woods. Few seasonals, but no park models and very well maintained. Overflow, some with electric. Great base camp for exploring the mid-coast and Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park. Some shade, close to all the big city amenities of Bangor, nice activity building and some activities happening every week. The live-in site owners and are absolutely fabulous hosts! Will return again and again!!
Ridiculous price if it weren't for the slight proximity to the ocean. Our awning touched the back of the RV next to us and they were quite small! Very crowded with tent campers, so many trees, we had scratch damage and no satellite. Not a friendly staff and very unlevel gravel site. People next to us had no sewer and begged to use ours. Would not return or recommend for any reason.
The only reason I didn't give this top rating is the price -- typical KOA in that it is a well run establishment. They own a restaurant and diamond mine across the street, but both closed before we could get to them. Shade trees, beautiful Mohawk River, not real crowded, nice staff. Stayed two nights and would stay again despite price.