Excellent park. Three miles to Lake Ontario. Level sites, some open (satellite friendly) and some shaded. 4 cabins available as well as tent spaces. Lots are spacious compared to other parks in the area. Spaces could easily accommodate 45 foot rigs. Park was neglected for some time due to family health issues but management is busily getting it back into shape. No playground, but plenty of room for kids to run and roam. Beautiful covered pavilion. This park is now my preferred place to stay while visiting family in area.
The park is next to US Route 2. Road noise was pretty bad during the day but mostly ended by 6 pm. Bart, the park manager, gave us excellent service - above and beyond the call of duty! Our toad had a bad wheel bearing and Bart followed me to the repair shop (Bill's Auto Repairs) and took me back to the park - a distance of some 25 miles. The shop owner came out the park to pick me up and take me back to the shop to pick up my car. The people of Vermont exemplify the meaning of "Southern hospitality". Friendly and helpful to the point of making you feel like family.
World class RV park. Site was paved and level. Nice lake on property. Fishing allowed without a Louisiana fishing license. Shuttle bus every 20 minutes or so to the casino. Office staff very friendly. NOTE: Avoid the buffet in the casino! Food quality and selection is adequate but not worth the $12 per person for lunch. Buffet line staff were too busy talking with each other to pay attention to their customers. There was no beef on the line - other than an imitation Salisbury steak (tasted more like meatloaf.) The lady working the carving station was the slowest moving person I've ever seen. Her attitude was surly, at best. The buffet compares favorably with most $6 a person buffets. No value at $12.
I would not suggest this park for rigs over 38 feet towing cars. Turns are very tight due to cars and trucks parked on edges of streets. Sites are narrow and barely 60 feet long. Many trees and few satellite friendly spaces. Many sites occupied by long-term residents (based on the amount of personal stuff piled all around). Park was clean and recently mowed. Would probably stay here again.
Not worth the money. The park is an okay place to spend the night. Asked for a satellite friendly site and was assigned a space directly under a large tree. Had to exit the park and come back in to get to a new site. Park has several fire ant mounds close to sites. Use caution when connecting utilities! All sites have level concrete pads. Many, many signs warning to not drive or park on grass.
This is a city-owned park. Does not take credit cards or make reservations. Cash or checks only. We paid by check which was accepted with no problem. We stayed seven days, full hookups, 50 amp service for $116. The park was in excellent shape, clean, very well-maintained, paved parking slab with a patio and picnic table. The park is actually part of the bird sanctuary. The Wi-Fi was outstanding - just as fast as my cable modem at home. There is a raised, wooden, half mile walkway over the marsh. There is a bird watching gazebo about halfway around the walkway as well as a fishing pier into the bay. Park management was very friendly and helpful. Definitely will stay here again!
They are very friendly people. The park is very clean. I will definitely stay here again. It offers monthly rates at $350. Pull-through lots were very level and spacious. My rig with toad hooked up is 60 feet long and there was still room to park a car in front of the motor home.
Love the free ice cream sandwich when you register! This park was a one night stay for us on our way home. The owner was quite friendly and the park was clean and neat. Flies were bad, but not uncommon for this part of Colorado in the summer. Near the pool is a covered picnic area with water misters that helped keep the area a little cooler.
We chose this campground because of its central location to many attractions in this part of South Dakota and its $147 cost for a week stay. Has very friendly personnel. The campground store had a very limited selection of items and groceries. Nearest Wal-Mart is in Rapid City, about 30 miles north. Laundry, bathrooms and showers were spacious and very clean every day. The only drawback was a lack of shade trees. We plan to stay here again next year.
My wife and I stayed here for six days thru July 8, 2009. We've been on this trip for a month now and I found this park to be one of the best. WiFi is flawless and fast. Cable has about one hundred channels (including the digitals). Weekend activities offered are great. Movie night, karioke, popcorn. This park surpasses many of the KOAs we stay at. The park is very quiet. No road noise at all, no planes, no trains. The swimming pool is large and has lifegurards. The park store includes a snack bar where you can get pizza, soft pretzels, hamburgers and dogs. The store itself is well stocked with RV supplies and carries a more than adequate supply of grocery items. Prices seem to be typical for most RV convenience stores. There is a horseshoe area, playground, and miniature golf. There are three conveniently located bathhouses on the property, all well-maintained and clean. There is a good selection of lots - both pull through and back in, tent sites, cabins and a couple of cottages. Everyone on the staff is friendly and very helpful. The park is close enough to the DC area (25 minutes to the metro station) to make daily trips possible and far enough away to avoid most of the rush hour traffic and noise. It is also close enough to Chesapeake Bay to make a day trip there enjoyable. The rates are ten to fifteen dollars per day more than I'm accustomed to paying, but in this case I feel we got more than our money's worth. They are much less than RV parks closer to the capital. One of my wife's fondest wishes was to come to DC to do the tourist thing. We finally did so this year and our stay at Duncan's only enhanced the experience. We plan to return next summer, probably for a two-week visit. I highly recommend Duncan's Family Campground.