Really great people. Nice sites with lots of choices. Plenty to do for the kids. Hard to get into for the summer but they try to make it work for you. Good facilities, Verizon works great, local channels are pretty good no cable. Perfect area if you want to go to the racetrack. Close to the lake and great farmland and stands. Wine country of course is why a large number of people who comes here. Nice group that stays during the summer. Easy in and out lots of good walking/biking and playing. Incredible jumping canvas for the kids. Don't know how to explain it but I enjoyed it - good exercise. I joined KOA discount club for the first time and 1 week stay there paid for itself.
Wooded area with reasonable roads, not a lot of asphalt mostly dirt and gravel but reasonable. Large place with a couple of pools, lots for the kids to do and clean laundry. Arcade for the kids and lots of games etc. Nice staff. No frills lots of kids but no bother. We had electric, water, cable (no sewer) all hookups good. Used Verizon wireless cell and wifi worked great. Just dirt and grass level sites but not bad. We only were passing thru - no reason to go back but if you need a place in the area it is fine. Convenient enough to Saratoga race track and Lake George but 20-30 minute drive to both. Easy to get to etc.
Passport America is the only reason we stayed here for two nights on our way back south from northern Maine. If you have kids this is the place to be. We do not. Mainly seasonal so if you want to stay a few days, harder and cramped area. The short term sites are small, close together and full of tents and kids. We had electric, water and cable. The half off PA price was worth it though. The pool is right out of window and the basketball courts and other kids play area, right next to us. The entire area is a beach playground. If you want boardwalk type stuff and have kids to entertain this is great. We only staying on our way south and would try something else next time. Verizon coverage good - not great but enough for me to make good calls and slower but steady data. Close to the other small towns so we could explore the area. Did I mention cheap? Everything worked well. Recently bought by Sun so improvements were obvious. Gated entrance. Close to things you need.
Great over all place. This area is expensive. This campground is right before you go over the bridge onto Mt. Desert. This is a corporate owned RV camp that has had some improvements. it has nice level gravel spots. Not too crowded. Good roads, great staff, the view is lovely to the ocean/bay. There are lots of different options; views are expensive but they have cheaper areas too. All hookups work great. Good cell coverage. The Wi-Fi is pay to use but we do not use it anyway. There are great lobster pounds right down the road. Down east is the best all around for lobster and crab for sure. Simple and the best prices but they don't have a huge menu. The crab roll is simple on simply perfectly toasted bun. Very amazing. Ate lobster and crab every day so this ended up being the best place. The CG is an easy drive into Acadia or Bar Harbor or any of the other areas. Great heated pool. Very open for the most part but some shaded areas. Lots of motor homes, maybe because it was really easy access. Some of the other places looked smaller and wooded. If you need cell coverage make sure you stay in this area and not on the quiet side around Bass Harbor.
Great location. We paid Passport america Price so this was great for the area. There are lots of campgrounds on the outer banks. If you want to be on the water, you can go to Nags Head area which is close to 100 dollars per night. Sands is small, quiet, the martins are great to keep away bugs. We had a great site with a tree for shade. Everything worked well. The local fish places are excellent. This is a good camp ground if you have activities planned yourself. The kids don't have a huge amount to do so if you want stuff at your CG this is not for you. Great to use as a base for surfing etc. Good TV, good cell coverage, nice friendly helpful staff and a good book exchange.
For what we want, this was a great place. Smallish with a few seasonals but very friendly. It is an old family run place with a sort of terraced type feel. There are a few sites on the lake but most across the street and up a hill. If you are worried about driving in a small hilly area, this might not be great for you. The top, where we stayed is up the hill and in an open area but the terraces are slightly tight. Great small view but the lake is right down the hill and access is good except crossing the road. The beach is great. Some people had jet skis and left them on the beach. We had a small boat and used it every day. The lake is lovely there with nice homes on the island. There is a small state park across the bridge. The people are great. The sites are big enough but the power is sort of questionable. We lost it a couple times and blew it with too much usage but it was OK. There is a play area on the top of the hill we saw kids playing. Other campers were nice and very friendly. We would stay there again because we like the feel. It is a little out of the way from any town but we enjoyed the lake.
This is a nice campground on a small lake. The little beach is lovely with a volley ball net and area you can fish or put a small boat in, etc. The lake is small but if you just want to get into some nice New England water then it is perfect. People were nice, TV and cell coverage was good. Small but good roads and wooded environment. One way system but once you get the hang of it. The sister campground across the street has pool and hot tub but we did not use. The location is good for Meredith and the lake. Nothing special but could not really find anything in the area that was great.
Like most of the New England area, this is a seasonal area. Lots of people come on the weekends with their families. This campground is wooded and the bugs are bad but that is normal if you are in the woods. Good location near Meredith town and the lake but not on the lake or anywhere walking to. We had number 4 and it was reasonably easy pull-through for our fifth wheel. Not a big place but you can stroll through for a short walk. We don't have kids so not sure about the kids' activities but I think playground. Nice staff. Would not stay here again only because not an area I want to be in. TV was good and Verizon cell coverage good.
We liked it because it was in town, on Lake Champlain (the sites were not but you could walk in two minutes). Everything clean and tidy. Everything worked, local TV reception good. Sites were not tight but you had to back in. Not bad just not all easy. We had number 1 which was by the entrance and the daily people walked by but not a real bother. Plenty of activity - kids around but not noisy or horrible. The water is beautiful and the closeness to town was great for a change. Would stay there again for sure. Money for value in the area it was great. Verizon cell coverage perfect. We don't use the Wi-Fi so can't remember but don't think they had any.
My first real bad rating but we needed a place to stop on a long trip just for the night. The place is not where I would ever go if I needed to stay longer. The only goodness was, the field that we got our electric and water only site was well away from everyone else. Real dump of a place but for the night it was conveniently off the highway and everything worked. No local TV channels but we were fine for the night. If i had no other options and had to stop in the area again I would but only because I had to.
Plain wooded campground. Lots of seasonals but good services. Didn't use the pool but it looked usable Not very big to walk around in. Many people ate at the fish place next door. Wasn't really all that exciting to us. The families looked like they enjoyed. The office staff were not the nicest but OK. Would not go there again and really didn't like the area so even more reason not to go
Beautifully landscaped privately owned sites. The park is very nicely taken care of. Two pools, one over looking the inter coastal water way. Lots of walking around the park in the shade. Very nice staff, helpful in every way. Easy to move around the park. Normal size lots, not huge. Some on the water but very hard to get. Right on the island and across from a lovely preserve that you can hike, bike or boat. Marina if you want to hire a mooring for your own boat. Can sup board right down from your site or rent any water sport craft without leaving the park. Good restaurant on the water. The only negative is the area is busy, right on the main entrance causeway onto the island so it can be hard to get out into traffic. Not impossible but be patient. Would stay again for sure.
This is a good alternative to the real hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach. North Myrtle is a bit less hectic. The barefoot landing next door has so much stuff from ice cream shops to restaurants to clothing. Plenty to keep kids entertained. While the park is on the inner coastal, you can;t really see anything except the ditch of water out the back. Great pool and some social gatherings which were fun. It is a large park with lots of seasonal trailers and park models which come for long weekends etc. Plenty of room for us short term passers-by though. The price isn't cheap; I got a little Passport America discount but the area is expensive.
The rate is Passport America for Sun - Thur. For this price it is a good deal. The park is mostly sites owned by people for weekend seasonal use. There are maybe 20 for passers thru. A few on the sound water front where the boats launch and then some along a bank of grass down one road. Nice staff, good location to investigate the area of bring your boat. Crowded on the weekend but really quiet during the week. The pool is well monitored and has a great water slide that is addictive. Good facilities, cable etc. For the area it seems to be a good choice. We were on our way further up the outer banks so good stop for a few days, got up and hit the ferry over to Ocracoke - great location to get the ferry - about an 1 1/2 to drive in the morning, get on the ferry and go north. Really fun experience - no trauma with the large fifth wheel. Ferry takes longer than driving around but much less back road stress and nice to be on the water. Would stay again if in the area for sure. Great local seafood in the area, good grocery stores etc.
Yes, this is a smallish place with sites close together and not exactly great for a dog. If you want to be on the water, bring your boat and going out into the gulf then this is your place. Enjoy the mangroves and local waterfront restaurants. Lovely area to explore. Great local dive type restaurant across the street. Really nice docks if you bring your boat. You see dolphins every day, lovely birds everywhere, and we saw a manatee at our waterfront site. I would only get a waterfront site. For the extra few bucks it is well worth it and, yes, the other sites are a little painful. Great TV reception and my Verizon cell coverage was perfect. Easy access to the beach down the road across the bridge. All the local conveniences. We want to come back in their off season. The best time there - no one to bother you and the close sites don't matter because it is very slow in May, June, September and October. We will do a month rental this September or October while we are finishing up our summer travel.
Rate reflects a month rate. We were in the area to visit friends and stayed here a week but extended to another month around Thanks Giving and XMAS. The place is gorgeous and well kept. Lots of sites but also plenty of room. They have a lovely large pool that is open any time it is warm enough (most of the time in FL). They have a pickle ball court inside and ping pong tables and a tad of gym equipment. The lake is small but a pretty setting. The people in the camp site both workers and other campers are very nice and pleasant. they have areas for dogs and areas for no dogs. They have shaded sites and very sunny sites. There are a large number of park models that are well kept and lots of people stay six months out of the year. People are from every part of North America so lots of different walks of life. It has great secure entry, close to shopping (you can walk across the street to grocery and pizza hut). They have excellent staff to help with anything you need. Lots of stuff to do at the club house. Thanksgiving and Xmas dinners which were brilliant. If you have any reason to go to that area, it is the best by far in the area and it is worth staying there if u need a place that is a good price for Florida winters but has lots of benefits. WiFi was good but we use Verizon cell and data which was full bars. I think we used our own TV and got all channels local and we have a sat which worked well because of the open site. Well landscaped and pretty.
Very nice park. You can never get in so when we found a couple of days open that fit our needs, we grabbed them. The rate reflects FL senior half price. Still a bargain for the keys any time of year. Lovely state park, no TV coverage unless you have a sat dish and get a place without trees or are lucky enough (as we were in site 35) to get a line of site. Great Verizon WiFi coverage though for cell and data. No where in the keys has over the air TV for local channels so if this is a must, go to one of the expensive commercial camps. The place is very clean and lovely park setting. The water is a stones throw away with a coded gate to get to our camp site. Small spaces but plenty long. If you cannot back a trailer in tight spaces, call and make sure you get a site that you can get into. My husband can park anywhere so we had no worries with a 36 foot RV but it was tight. The slides did get out all the way but the trees were very close. Still well worth it and lovely setting. You are on top of your neighbor so not for everyone. You can take a boat to snorkel or dive right at the park. Trails to walk. Really nice area. Right off the road and easy to find.
Great find. Beautifully kept park like setting. Sites are well designed, electric and water work well. All seem level and well placed. Fire, picnic table etc at all sites. Plenty of parking to the side if u need. Lots of room to move around and no one on top of each other. Grass everywhere. boat launch if u want, pool and extra wave pool. Really large place - it takes a minute to drive in. Good play sets for the kids, plenty of room for the pets to go for a walk. A bit of wild life, like cats and bunnies around. Great to drive into NO, great seafood market next door - excellent seafood off the boat each day. Good take away seafood in the area as well. Very reasonable and can be cheaper depending on where you live - check out their discounts for residence and some other states discounts. Free laundry - no one used when we were there because the park was half full but i am sure it is used in the summer. The park was half or less used when we were there. 14 day stay. Good verizon and tv thru regular antenna. Lots of people had sat dishes out. good overall option if u do not want to pay expensive prices to stay closer to french quarter.
For the area, this is a good place for us. They have good sights, easy to back into, cable tv, electric and water worked well. The setting is park like with lots of grass and well kept lawn. Staff was one youngish guy who was nice. The location is convenient right outside of the town. - just off highway 61, no road noise but easy in and out. The rate is good sams even though they do not advertise. We don't have dogs so no idea if a run or anything but plenty of room to walk them around the park. Trees over head so depending on the site you might not get satelite but cable had plenty of channels. Verizon worked very well. We went to the tourist office, bought three tickets to tour homes - really good tours, tour office will help you with ideas. We ate at Biscuits and blues and it was good as well - eggplant orleans - good shrimp and oysters.
Great place for what we needed. We had water and electric (30amp). We were on our way from Santa Fe south to Florida and decided to stop and see Carlsbad caverns. This state park is 45 minutes from there, but a good stopping point for us to get up the next day and go to the caverns and continue on. You could just drive to the caverns and back, but it just happened for us to pass thru. Good TV and Verizon reception. The lake was dirty, but we didn't go near it anyway. Good roads and pads with a table, cover and grill. Lots of rabbits. Easy enough, we decided to stay two nights because it was cold the first day and didn't want to travel. Fifteen to twenty minutes to Carlsbad. You are in the middle of now where out here.
Great one-nighter -- cheap and cheerful. We needed a place between the south rim of the Grand Canyon and Santa Fe after a day at the Canyon. It is a good stop right off the highway and easy in and out. The people were nice and they had everything for 18 dollars. We got local channels to watch football, stayed hooked up with a pull-through site and then left the next morning out the back and further down the highway. Verizon and TV worked well. Small sites but our three slides went out fine. Level gravel type sites, not a lot of traffic or others there but a few. Can't beat the price if you are in need of a layover. It was actually on old route 66. Nothing else in the town.
For the area, the best for us. The location is great, right in Page, close to the lake, but not on it. Can walk to some things. Great Verizon reception and we opted for cable TV, but I don't think you needed it if you wanted to use over the air channels. The price is good, an indoor pool and spa which was great. A work out room that was small, but good too. People were nice and friendly. Nothing in this area is much more than a parking lot, but all in all a good price and loved to swim every day. Good Sams discount and a weekly rate, if you wanted it. Some people were long termers, but they do a back ground check and not bad looking rigs. Do the antelope canyon tour it is lovely.
This is a good state park with electric, water and sewage. It is just a large hill with very open spaces. Things look new. I would think it would be hot in the summer. October was nice. Verizon cell and mifi worked great. You could get local channels on TV and satellite worked well. We just showed up to an almost empty camping area with pull thrus and back ins with a covered picnic area at each site. We choose a back in just because it was cheapest. This park has a great place to ride your ATVs as well, but we did not do that. Zion is a good long drive away so if you want to go to the national park I would go on to either the first come first serve camping at zion, the watchman is there at the park or others in the area (there are a couple of private ones right there at zion 40ish per night).
For the area of Las Vegas you won;t find a better RV park for the price. We searched for various places and prices. They have a great facility, clean and well kept. The pool, spa and work out facilities are great and clean. When we were there they were rarely busy if anyone. They have a club house with a big screen TV, coffee and a piano. The people are friendly. The Verizon Mifi card and cell phones work great. I heard the Wi-Fi isn't great but I don't need it and there is no cable TV, but you get all the network stations clear with an antenna and there is plenty of sky to get a clear dish network signal. It is a gated entrance with friendly security. Sams Casino is next door with a free shuttle to the strip and it works great. You have plenty of stuff around you without being on the strip. I think it only allows 21 and over though - so no kids. A few full timers, but very tidy nice rigs. As with all the RV places in the area the landscaping is sparse, but they do a good job in the desert.
Great place if it fits your needs. No dogs allowed, no TV but if you can get a good open site you can use your satellite dish. It is a lovely setting. Good large park with back in sites and lots of big trees. We were there when the government was shut - didn't affect this place but the area was pretty quiet at other national park sites. Very laid back, but again it was almost its closing time. The park is directly on the lake in a not so crowded area like south Tahoe. There is a lovely beach, with a bar and a marina with lots of ducks. We stayed a week, but were the last to leave and they were not letting anyone else in. I could see it being crowded in the summer, but still a nice place if you want to be on the lake and out of the crowds. There are a couple of national parks near by but they are on the other side of the road so no lake access. My Verizon card and phone worked good to perfect all the time.
Nice friendly park. Only stayed here one night on our way east but seemed good. Hook ups etc were good. We asked for 30 amp and they didn't have it, but only charged us for 30 even though we had 50. Nice staff. Pool looked nice. The driving paths etc, were big enough and well organized. Pull thru was large and plenty of room for slides, etc. Verizon coverage was great. Didn't use their Wi-Fi. Clean, neat and tidy. Only a minute off the freeway and convenient to highway 36 which is where we were headed. Seemed like a nice place to stay if you wanted to stay longer. Looked like plenty of stuff in the area for convenience. I think you could even walk to stores without unhooking.
For the area, a good place from what we saw. Good cable TV, good hook ups, etc. Nice wooded setting. We had number 49 (47-51) were good large pull thrus with easy access. Others in that area were back ins, but fine. Really nice staff helped me find out what to do in the area. Good Verizon coverage for phone and W. I don't use anyone internet, so not sure about theirs. Great location for the redwoods. Pretty setting and seemed safe. We stayed here two nights on our way from the west coast to Florida. The park was very quiet, but not sure if that was just the time of year.
Very good place all around. Location is great. Lots to do in the area from aquarium to science center to micro brewery with good fish and chips. This is a great area to stay for a while. The RV area is well maintained, plenty of good spaces, good facilities, and good cell reception. The cable TV worked well, the WiFi worked OK but I didn't use it much because of MiFi card. The area has great water front shops, restaurants, walks, and you can drive up and down the 101 coast for plenty of stuff to see. Can't really say anything bad about the place - would come back during the summer especially but would make reservations - I could see it being full.
Not bad - very nice, clean, tidy sites. Easy access, good grass - if you like to golf, very good because it sits touching a golf course. The location as far as walking to anything else wasn't great. We only stayed here for a night on our way south but it was OK. The area had a fabulous maritime museum in the actual town on the waterfront. The RV park is not close to that area of town with all the water front shops and museum but it is a short drive. There is an old fishing boat across the street from the museum for tuna fish and chips that every one said was the greatest but it wasn't that special to me - not bad, just nothing great.
For what this is, it was great. Just a small Inn next to the Quinault River and close to the rain forest. Only 5 back in sites but plenty of room. Lovely grass, easy going, nothing fancy. No facilities but a lovely area to walk and take your dogs or let your kids play. No reservations; they say it is never full so just show up. It was after Labor Day, so there were only two people there. We only stayed a night to see the rain forest and go on our way south, but it was perfect for what we needed.
This is a lovely glacier lake. You can't park on the lake but we had a slight view. Large park with different areas from day use to boat launch to group camping area and smaller kid friendly loops with limit facilities. No TV reception. Have to get out of the line of trees to get (satellite) Dish but it is doable. We stayed by the lake in the smaller area and got Verizon cell coverage good enough and Dish. We had the run of the park due to the last week open before the season's end. The rest of the park had limited people as well but during the summer it is crazy busy I hear. We stayed here a week to explore Mt Rainier and the area. We had no one else in our section, so it was amazingly quiet, deer everywhere and lovely. Went out on the lake with our small boat. Just stayed night by night because no one else was here. Got a senior discount of 5 dollars, we did not have sewer in our area but other areas in the woods did. All sizes and types of RV and tent sites. Staff was nice and helpful. Very secure feeling even though we were by ourselves and it was a little erie. Good internal roads, lots for kids to do and pet friendly.
National park senior discount, but usually 10 dollars per night and 2 dollars for state of Washington (I think). Great place to stop and stay on the ocean. All sites can see and are basically steps to the ocean. Lovely long open beaches and lots of water noise. It is first come and not crowded, but plenty of people this first weekend after labor day (closed that Monday). Easy access and nice camp host. Bathrooms were fine, but basic. Great location to explore Ruby beach and other beach areas. Also, reasonable to the rain forest. Little cell coverage - the sites when you first drive in get only reception.
The best overall place we have stayed so far. Location, location, location. The park is small, quiet, neat, clean and especially friendly in all aspects. The people who work there are fabulous - the people who stay there are fabulous! Everyone is helpful and happy, because it is a happy place. They have a Saturday breakfast get together that is one of the best implemented I have experienced. Great club house type facility that is inviting and has a great pool table. The area is perfect to explore the Olympic Pen. without too much noise, but in the middle of town. You can walk to a grocery store and down town to get great fish and chips at Kiwi Fish and Chips. Five minutes to the ocean and a great place to put your boat in. The lavender is spectacular and the weather is the best around. In case you can't tell, we had a blast and did not want to leave. Our week stay turned into almost a month and it is the first place we would truly go back in in our discovery of the US. Great cell service with Verizon, the dsl made Internet connection perfect and of course they had cable TV as well. Not a lot for the kids, but we were happy with that. Plenty of outlying land to explore and walk and play. Walking dogs is easy because of the land around the park even though only small dog area.
Really great location to walk to the harbor. Big park but not a big parking lot. Sites are all different and some are up a hill and around back. We stayed right in front of the pool behind a house. 13A - it was a perfect slot. We only stayed there one night but would have happily stayed longer. I enjoyed walking around the park. The pool was not warm but freezing cold. Good large pool. Large facility area with laundry etc. Walk down to the waterfront and eat at market grill right on the water front - small great restaurant with really fresh fish and chips with real fries and the best clam chowder every!! Nice friendly staff. We used their Wi-Fi but got good Verizon service too.
Hidden away in a lovely spot next to a lovely river with great mountain view. Good Verizon coverage, good cable tv, lots of trees and lovely landscaping. Quiet feel. You can walk down a well maintained path to a brilliant breakfast spot sleeping lady - a must visit!!! close to town which is fun and different - eat a German meal. Love the staff, very helpful. Would love to have stayed here longer. Careful you might pass it when driving here though, our gps took us past the entrance and it is very difficult to turn around. Most sites you need to know how to back in and park in hard to get to places but well worth it. They have all sizes here but I can;t imagine how some of them got in.
Stayed here a week so rate is weekly price. Good large RV resort type place. Not close to the lovely Coeur D'Alene lake. Good indoor pool and small exercise room. The place has lots of sites but well maintained. Half of the RVs are permanent but not bad looking. A big kid community but not noisy. Good price and next door to the Walmart and other conveniences. Short drive to the lake. Easy going and friendly staff and other campers. I would stay again if I needed a stop over place. Not really an area I would normally stay in but everyone who comes here seems to love the area so a good RV park if you need something in the area.
We just stopped here on our way to South Dakota. It was easy access and cheap so good for one night. There were kids-type play ground and trees and the park did butt up against the river so was a nice area. Low lands so I wouldn't want to be there in the rain. Older park. Good location if you are in the area. They had a nice bike trail that we walked.
Best RV park in the area. Not the closest to Glacier but in the city of Columbia Falls so it is a good location. Great WiFi but I used my Verizon card and phone which had great coverage. The rules are great because they keep things fun for everyone. Very neat and pretty sites. Plenty of room but close. Newer sites in the front but closer to the road. Small but adequate dog run. Cable good. Get reservations early for July and August - it fills up fast. We stayed a total of one month on the week to week rate but we left and came back so not a month in a row. Not a lot of kids running around, but there is a small park across the street and one down the road in a quiet neighborhood.
No water hookups nor sewage but electrical worked fine. This is a state park so must pay state fees. Lovely park setting. If you are a big rig, you park on the road in side little parking spaces - if you are smaller you can park in the inside of the park in a more woodsy setting closer to lake Michigan. It is peaceful and lovely. Very rustic but would stay there again - it was cold and windy when we stayed but still a nice location. I am sure in the summer it is wonderful
Typical state park facility. No water nor sewage but did have dump station. Lovely location, next to the mountains, a stream and you get Bison walking around. Lovely park setting. Great park to visit. You have to pay to get in for 7 days but it is well worth it. As good as Yellowstone. Great wildlife, views, etc. Nice camping experience. Not great cell coverage but mine worked enough. some people complained.
Stayed here to visit Yellowstone at the west entrance. Great location - 13 miles from the town of West Yellowstone and the park. Amazing scenery. The lake is beautiful, the mountains are snow covered and in all the parking area views. Not a bad site in the campground. The facilities are immaculate. The staff is the best. Very easy going attitude, very helpful. Good cell coverage, ok TV reception with regular antenna. Lots of hiking around. Bring plenty of food because the area has nothing really and very expensive. Stayed here for 3 weeks, they have a weekly rate which is good for the area. Other places are more expensive and in town, but this is best for niceness and cost. You can rent boats and water craft but no pool.. Too cold anyway. They do have a volleyball net, some other stuff in the lovely grassy area.
Big and well organized. Lots of turnover, but well managed park. Right in Cody, so perfect location. Lovely setting, even though busy. Nice good sites. Everything works, Cable is included and works great. Cell coverage was excellent. Management was very well organized and knew how to run an RV park. A lot of people come here with groups and great for that. Kid friendly with small playground. Nice grass, well maintained. Easy to get in and out, even though lots of spaces put in a small location. Good little RV shop in the office, with t-shirts, postcards etc. Little restaurant for breakfast. Great experience - we stayed here for 10 days and it was a really good deal. Looked at other places, but this one was the best in all ways. Not expensive for the area. Good Sams discount.
We stayed here and visited the bad lands and that surrounding area. This campground is right in Wall, so great location to walk to town and get breakfast at the Wall Drug Store. It is a great location without being noisy or too city like. Verizon cell service worked great. Stayed here for a few days and drove to all the area places. Really nice drives all around the area. Would stay there again. Nothing special but easy, clean and a good location. They have a pool, but was not open. Nice people. Laundry looked good. Easy pull through sites, not crowded.
We stayed here one night while traveling through. Easy access if you are going to Mammoth Caves which were great. It is just down the street, so perfect location. Very nice people - very friendly and helpful. We didn't do anything and there wasn't much at the campground. But the ease of pulling in, hooking up and nearness to the park were perfect for us. They do take Sams discount 10%.
We stayed here on our first night of hitting the road as full time RVers. It was very easy to get into, just off the highway. Nice people. They have a great pizza shop on the grounds, but it closed before we got there - I hear it is good. Pull through sites, easy access in and out. One way system - we didn't do much, but they had a pool that looked nice. Would stay again. I have only heard good things about it.