We are not sure how this "resort" received such good ratings. If you just need a place to stop, it is ok. But, it has lots of full timers with lots of cars and old trailers. The restrooms are clean, but old. The residents looked a little sketchy. They did not give us any trouble, but we did not want to make any new friends. It was relatively quiet overnight. It is way over priced. We paid less at a park on the way up here and we would have rated that true resort a 5. We did not eat at the restaurant. We would not stay here again.
OMG. This is what an RV Resort should be. Escort to your site. Dog treats for our dog. Amazing landscaping. Flat nice sites. We cannot say anything bad about this resort. We would definitely stay again! Perfection.
This is not an RV park. It is a weedy gravel lot behind a motel. $25 for water and electric but no sewer connection. We had to clean up broken beer bottles around the site so we wouldn't have issues with our tires or our own feet. We would NOT stay here ever again. We would boon dock before staying here. The full time workers in the park leave at 5 am and wake you up. Then the semis parked in the motel lot start up. And finally the workers staying in the motel overnight start their cars. On the plus side you can walk to a casino if that is your thing.
This park is nothing special but is in a great location to visit Memphis. It is basically a large gravel and grass parking lot. However it is in a great safe area full of stores and restaurants and just about anything else you could need. There is a large farmer's market right next door. It is also very quiet for sleeping which we love. No amenities but we didn't care. We were only there to see Graceland, the Peabody Hotel, Beale Street, and eat some BBQ. All of those are fairly close. We would stay again if in the area.
Location, location, location. This RV park is not fancy but can fit your need for touring around Asheville. The location is great. It is right by the Blue Ridge Parkway, close to downtown Asheville, and close to the Biltmore. The sites are a bit tight since it is an older park, but there are a number of large motorhomes which fit in. There are a few full-timers, but most people seem to be travelers like us, so it did not bother us. There is a train nearby, but it did not bother us. We would stay here again.
The spot we had was great. It was right on a sliver of a bay. It was peaceful and we had our own dock to sit on. The beach is within walking distance. Our dog loved it. The sites are all paved and level. Our site was large but difficult to get in to due to a pole in the way. There are a lot of permanent residents but most sites are well kept up. It is a bit of a distance to Virginia Beach itself and shopping but if you like serenity and peace, you will like it.
On the positive side the location is great for visiting Williamsburg and the colonial triangle. Be wary of the weekends. There can be rowdy fisherman and lots of kids and there can be a lot of commotion. During the week in the fall it was very nice and quiet. We had a nice water view. But the roads need improvement and the site hookups can be strange. There is no cable and it was difficult to get a satellite signal due to the trees. We had to pay the nonresident price so without cable and without Wi-Fi and the weird hookups the price seemed excessive. There is a great bike trail nearby. If you are bringing a boat, this would be a good place to come.
The park is nice and the location is fairly central for what we were doing. The sites are too narrow and too short in our opinion. They also were not level. And we only have a 28 foot fifth wheel! There is no cable so between the lack of cable and the small sites we give it a 7. The W-Fi worked quite well on the positive side. We would stay if in the area again, but we doubt we will be back. The traffic is horrible in the DC and Virginia area to travel in an RV!
Amazing place. We only could stay one night. We would have loved to stay longer if we could. The showers and bathrooms were the best we had ever seen in the entire country. Amish country so there is lots to explore in the area. We would stay here again!
This is the only campground with full hookups near Morgantown. We were visiting friends so we had no choice. The owners do not keep the place up. The roads are very rough and there are trees everywhere along the roads so it is extremely difficult to maneuver your rig. The bathrooms were not clean. The laundry only has 2 washers and 2 dryers and there are a fair number of full timers so there should be more. Beware that there is no Verizon data coverage. There is Wi-Fi but it only works right by there office not in your rig. The full timers were OK, but the unit across from us had a stuffed sofa sitting outside. Unbelievable. Some of the people who stayed on the weekend were loud and so were their barking dogs All in all we will probably not be back. We would stay somewhere else without full hookups before going back here.
Location is a 10. We have stayed here a few times for work and to visit family. You can't beat the location. The neighborhood is fine. Not fancy but working class middle America. No shade and no privacy between spots. The spaces are large. No other place to RV in Milwaukee. Can be to a Milwaukee Brewer game in less than 10 minutes. Can be downtown in 10 to 15 minutes. You can get to the western suburbs in 15 minutes. Laundry is clean and fairly spacious. The sewers are in strange spots like others have said. Just check the site to make sure it works for you. Not that noisy but it does have a lot of ambient lighting which does bother me but not my husband. We will be back due to the location!
We stayed here to tour wine country. The location is great for this activity. Unfortunately we had very noisy neighbors after quiet hours but there is no one monitoring it. The sites are fairly close together. There is no traffic noise at all so if your neighbors are quiet it is great sleeping. Husband said the bathrooms were adequately clean. They however, are a little old and worn. Verizon jetpack works fine for internet. There are almost no over the air stations to get. Roads are gravel and are level. But they are dusty and have a lot of weeds. And lots of sticker weeks so our dog had stickers all over him after sniffing around. You are better off staying at Napa Expo grounds or go to Santa Rosa Fairgrounds and tour Sonoma Valley wine country.
You cannot beat the location of this campground. We have stayed here twice now. It is not fancy but the location is great and it is quiet for sleeping. No cable TV and does not get much in the way of over the air TV. We would rate it higher if it had some cable TV and the internet worked better. But we had a Verizon aircard and it worked fine. Bathrooms are clean but older and somewhat worn. Sites are average size and level. Gravel roads but not a lot of dust. There are garbage cans at every site and the trash is picked up daily which is very nice! The campground hosts are friendly, helpful, and available. We will be back. Sonoma wine country is great and seems to have smaller crowds for wine tasting than Napa.
Our rate reflects Ready Camp Go. The park is older and the sites are a little tight to get in. There are a lot of full timers. The sites are level and the cable TV works well. The laundry is big and clean. Did not use Wi-Fi but Verizon aircard works fine. However, this is supposed to be an over 55 park ,but they allow under 55 in. Not sure how that works. We were by some "younger" guys (we are in our early 60s) who practiced fire ball dancing all the time. Very annoying to say the least. There is also a $3 "resort fee" no one told us about when we booked this. Not sure what that is for. There is a swimming pool but big deal. Resort fee: really? This park is not gated and we wished it had been. Overall we wouldn't stay here again. Too many older trailers and full timers. Just an OK place.
This park is ok but certainly nothing special. The driveway into the park is rutted and very, very bumpy. The check in process was fine. After hooking up, we tried the cable and it was not working. We checked with the owner (?) and he said, "Yah, some work and some don't." That was the end of that discussion. No concern. The volcanic rock they use is not comfortable to walk on nor sit your chairs on. The full-timers who live here do not have the neatest sites in the world. We would not stay here again. If you just want a night's stay to sleep, it is probably satisfactory.
Particularly for the price this RV park is great! It is level and has all hookups. It is self service so no hassle checking in. I wouldn't hesitate to stay again. If you get a players card in the casino, Wednesday is 1/2 for meals in the casino. Can't ask for more.
We have stayed here before so we like this park. We agree with others. We would give it a ten but the Wi-Fi should be free and unlimited based on the price of the park. The cable channels are also fairly limited. But the park is nice, has a great location, some privacy between units, level, and is quiet. We will be back.
Good and bad park. The setting is very nice. Lots of trees, sites are level, and utilities worked fine. The staff and owner have unfriendly attitudes, in our opinion. I asked for help with something and one worker and the owner rolled their eyes before they helped me. We also arrived near the end of their season and they appeared to want everyone out of the campground to shut down for the year. However, the weather has beautiful and other people were in the park and appeared to want to stay. Used the laundry and that could use some major work. One of the dryers was broke and was held together with a wood peg. The laundry was also very small for the size of the park. The laundry also smelled bad.
Sites are level and the park is easy in and easy out. Nothing much close by to walk to. Lots of full-timers whose units are starting to show some wear. Traffic noise was fairly significant since the park was next to one of the main roads in Great Falls. There is no privacy between units and the park really has no ambiance. Wi-Fi worked well and so did Verizon air card. If in the area again, might try somewhere else.
When we were here, it was the end of the season so there were very few campers. It was quiet except for the train. We do not like train noise but it wasn't too bad. There are lots of trees. Wi-Fi worked fine and so did Verizon air card. You can only get 3 or 4 channels from your antenna. Owners were nice.
We have mixed feelings about this park. The sites are very spacious and level. There was a barking dog in one of the motorhomes and the staff was very responsive contacting the owners to stop the dog. The wi-fi was not very good at all. Our Verizon aircard worked fine. There isn't anything to walk to around the campground so be aware of that. There is a train nearby. It does not blow its horn by the park but it does make train noises as it passes. We would probably stay again if we were passing through.
As the other reviews indicate, the spots are very narrow. However, our travel trailer only has one slide and it was fine. There are also trees and shrubs between sites so you have a fair amount of privacy. The park is clean and well kept. The only negative for us was the highway traffic noise. It is fairly noisy and since I am a light sleeper it bothered me the first night especially. That might keep me from stopping there again.
This is a clean RV park. Appears to have lots of full-timers but does not have a messy appearance you can find with other parks with full-timers sometimes. Wi-Fi is weak and slow. The sites are level and utilities work fine. The park was quiet for sleeping. We would stay again if passing through.
This is a satisfactory place for an overnight stay. Sites were level and utilities worked fine. Nice and quiet for sleeping. There were a lot of wasps around, though. They appeared to like the trees in the campground. So beware. If it had Wi-Fi, we probably could have rated it higher. Nothing fancy but would probably stop again if we just needed a place to stay for one night.
This campground is good for what we used it for: a night's sleep when traveling from one place to another. The Wi-Fi worked great. We watched an mlb.tv game using it. The park was practically empty. No need for reservations as we can see. Location is convenient. We would stop again if passing through. It isn't a destination park though.
The setting of this RV park is great. By the river, lots of space, and trees. However, it appears that to get a space with full hookups is next to impossible. They appear to be taken up by people who just come and go. We settled for a space with electric and water (no sewer). Normally we can last two days or maybe three in a pinch but needed to use the showers. The restrooms were not that great. A door was missing off one of the ladies stalls. The shower curtains in the 3 showers were paperthin. The trash cans in the ladies restroom were over flowing with sanitary napkins (gross). Overall with no sewer, no TV, and no Wi-Fi, not really a great place to stay. Verizon aircard didn't work well and could not get any TV stations with our antenna. Probably wouldn't stay again. Also the train just went by and it blows its horn at the crossing, so light sleepers beware!
Nice campground. Grassy and relatively level. We stayed for one night on our way to Oregon. I am a light sleeper and the nearby irrigation pump was going all night. I didn't rest well. But overal for the price it is worth a night's stay.
Rate is Passport America rate. The campground is average. The shade was nice but this is a rustic campground and is not fancy. However for a one or two night stay it was fine. I wouldn't stay for anything longer. The cable TV did not work since they had been flooded recently and it wasn't fixed yet. They did not tell us this before we setup. There was no cell coverage where we were. Overall just OK - not great but not horrible either.
This park has amazing views. The campground is being kept up well. Quiet and friendly. We parked under a tree and the flying insects were horrible - that is why the lower rating. If we came back, we would not stay under the trees.
We only stayed here one night. It was a little on the expensive side. The sites are a little close together for my taste but the hookups worked fine and it was a nice quiet park. We would stay there again for a longer stay.
We stopped there as a last resort. We could not find anything else in the area. The site was fine. The hookups worked. There were a lot of full-timers so it looked a little sketchy. The garbage was overflowing and smelly. Shade was available. The night was quiet and peaceful. Overall this was acceptable but don't expect luxury. If we were in the area, we would stop again but only for one night. Not nice enough for any longer.
Rate is AAA rate. This park was average. It is in a good location next to a stream. We were near the end of the campground so it was quiet. However, this is not a luxurious park by any stretch of the imagination. There is no sign off Hwy. 41 so we drove past it twice. Apparently the city made them take it down. I wouldn't stay there again.
This was a very clean and neat RV park. I would return there. The park is immaculate. There is a dog park, swimming pool, laundry, a shuttle to the casino that picks you up right at your RV, immaculate landscaping. Beautiful views. I can't think of anything negative to say.
The resort has a great location and is gated and quiet. It also had an adult only pool which was great! My husband used the restrooms and showers which he thought were very clean. Nice store and exercise room also. They have an issue with sewer gas: that was a negative. But we would stay again.
You cannot beat the location of this park. Right across the street from the beach. It was fairly quiet at night for sleeping. The sites are too close together for our tastes. The sites are back to back. The people camping behind us were right on top of us. We like our "personal space" and having them there was not comfortable. The weekends are full of kids and families.
We only stayed here because we left another campground early. It turned out to be a great move. We asked for a quiet site and they gave us one. The site was level and very spacious. We will definitely be back. Solvang is great also!
If you like it quiet when you sleep, do not stay here. The traffic noise is deafening at night. On the weekends, the park fills up with lots of kids and lots of families. Since we are a couple in our fifties and not travelling with children, it was not our cup of tea. The staff is particularly unfriendly and unhelpful. We asked where the restrooms were and an employee replied with a grunt and pointed finger.