Passport America rate is $17 including tax. Older mobile home/rv park in a very quiet neighborhood on a dead-end street. Park is very neat and clean and well maintained. There are older units but they are neat. People were very quiet and friendly. The manager lives on site and is very helpful. We were in a pull-through next to the office and had good Wi-Fi. There are sites for 40' rigs and back in sites with shade. The laundry was small but convenient and the least costly I have found on this trip. It is pet friendly for small dogs on leashes. It is only 4 miles into Fort Meyers. Hook-ups were good. Shopping plaza with grocery and other shops within walking distance. No cable TV but lots of stations with antenna. Roads are paved. There is a community room with TV, pool table, book exchange, and kitchen available. Would stay here again.
Works well for overnight stop. Right along I-40 at exit. But highway noise was not a problem. Pull through sites so we could stay hooked up. Have small ponds with ducks: rather nice. Wi-Fi was extra. Rate was with Good Sam discount. Grounds were clean and neat. Spaces are wide.
Good for a quick overnight stay. Pulled through an empty site to get to ours, so it was a pull through and we were able to stay hooked up. This is more of a trailer park with empty sites, used as an RV park. But there are no other campgrounds along Highway 58. Rate was with Good Sam discount. Far enough off highway that there is no noise. Visited the Borax Mine Visitor Center. Very interesting, well done and free.
Long pull through sites, so we were able to pull through with a 30' motor home and toad. Trees and grass throughout park. Two fenced dog runs that were clean. Friendly staff. Convenient to I-5. Some seasonal but no problem this time of year. Only negative was sewer was very far back at site and hard to reach. Stayed here twice in one week on way to and from San Francisco.
Park is "maintained" by City of Columbus. It is in very poor condition - most sites could not be accessed due to ruts, branches, mud. A few sites are right on the Yellowstone River. A gravel mixture had been spread on the "better" sites but the stones were mixed with tar which made a mess on our shoes and the dog's feet. Park needs to be cleaned up - weeds cut, trees trimmed, etc. Fee is donation only. Just a few miles south of I-90 so OK if you just need a place to pull in and sleep. There were a total of 6 campsites occupied and the police did drive through so it seemed safe enough.
Had the weekly rate of $170. Park is so pretty with all the beautiful trees and flowers. Some sites are more open and others are "in the pines". Rest rooms are so clean that I use the shower here but at other parks I use our own shower. Tuesday night entertainment is great with ice cream after. Staff is very efficient and friendly. Laundry room is large. Only problem was it was difficult to establish or maintain a Wi-Fi connection a lot of the time.
Nicely laid out with paved roads throughout park. However, the road to the park is not paved but is good gravel. Sites are large and set far apart. Far enough from Hwy 93 that there is no road noise. Will accommodate rigs up to 50'. Most sites are shady. Only 4 sites taken mid-week in July. Vault toilets and water throughout park. Host couple on site. Reservations are available. We would camp here again. Rate reflects senior camping rate.
Best campground near Yellowstone National Park; only a few miles to West Entrance. Many sites with electric hookup. Sites are well-spaced, level and most are shady. The two host couples are helpful and friendly. Town of West Yellowstone has lots to do - IMAX, Discovery Center, museum, restaurants (we like Three Bears), shops, excellent visitors center. Groceries are higher than in larger towns. Campground could use a dump station. Golden Age rate is $14 with electric and $8 without. Sites cannot be reserved but you can "reserve" site that is occupied for next day by paying and placing tag on post behind theirs - host let us do this to move from non-electric to electric. Some highway noise at sites closest to road. No problems for bigger rigs with roads or branches. Last year a herd of bison went through campground, including our site,fun to watch from inside the motor home.
USFS campground located 11 miles SW of Hoback Junction and 27 miles SW of Jackson. Beautiful campground right on Snake River in Snake River Canyon. Lots of shade. All sites are very large back-ins; roads are wide and access is good for larger rigs. Room to unhook toad. Friendly hosts on site. Made it our base for Jackson and Grand Tetons. Some traffic noise from highway but sound of Snake River was soothing. Group site across road. We were the only campers in our loop and there was only one in other loop. Site 8 looked best. Rate is Golden Age.
Nice, quiet state park campground located 26 miles SW of Dillon. Camping fee includes admission to old Bannack with over 50 restored buildings from the gold rush days of the 1860's. A few long pull-thru sites will accommodate any length. Back in sites are longer than stated on web site. Many sites are well shaded. No dump but does have water. Host on site. Tipi available for rent. Visit to Bannack well worthwhile - visitor center, videos, self-guided tour up Main Street. Located along Grasshopper Creek. Saw deer and lots of different birds. Drawback - mosquitoes were terrible!
Pulled in on July 4th weekend without a reservation (not recommended!) and the friendly staff was able to find us a spot for a 30' motor home and toad for 2 nights. They continued to try very hard for other nights but had no success. Had a large pull through with lots of shade. Campground was surprisingly quiet with so many people and on a holiday. Showers and laundry are available. Two dump stations near entrance. Generators are allowed. Nice trails to visitor center and amphitheater where there are ranger programs. Rate is Golden Age.
USFS Campground located on US 89 31 miles from Logan 6 miles from Garden City near Bear Lake Summit. Campground is shaded by thick Aspen groves. Sites are fairly well separated. Close enough to Bear Summit for a nice walk for the fabulous view and information at rest area. We had some difficulty with a 30' motor home - sites are large enough but road is narrow with lots of overhanging branches. The first small loop to the left is best for larger rigs. Site #13 is large and has view of Bear Lake. Rate is Golden Age.
This is one of the neatest, cleanest RV parks you will ever find. The grounds are immaculate as are the laundry room and rest rooms. Each site has a large grassy area and trees. The owners and workers are very friendly, stopping to chat with us at our site. The setting is beautiful with a pretty stream running by the park. We extended our stay from one night to two because it was so pleasant. There is a large fenced dog area plus a nature trail to walk dogs.
This is a very new RV park on Rt. 91 in North Logan, UT (75E 2850N). Most sites are pull-through. They are in the process of putting in sod and small trees. In the future they will have restrooms and showers. We selected a long back-in site at the rear of the park far away from the highway. These sites have a nice grassy areas between them. Wi-Fi worked well. It is convenient to many stores and services in North Logan and Logan. It will be a very nice park once it is completed.
Beautiful, clean, well-maintained campground convenient to I-15. Sites are large with gravel parking, tent pad, grill, fire ring, grassy area plus concrete pad with table. We had a long back-n site with room for motor home plus car. Lots of space between sites and lots of trees. Easy access from I-15 via frontage roads but quite far east of interstate for quiet camping. Fishing and boating are quite popular. Small general store and restaurant on site. Would stay here again.
This RV park is right in town so everything is convenient: grocery, restaurants, etc. There is a very nice city park across the street where we took our dog in the evenings. Everything worked well except the cable TV. The sites were very neat and clean with room for the car. Can use the indoor and outdoor pools. Check in is at the Best Western Motel and the staff was very professional. If you do want the continental breakfast it is now $5.00 per person! We would stay here again.
Very basic campground which is not well maintained but OK for a night. Very convenient if visiting Pipe Spring National Monument (highly recommend) which is 1/4 mile away. All hook-ups worked but were not in very good condition. Restrooms were clean. No cell phone or TV but good internet (get code from camp host). Very quiet with great views of the Kanab and Kaibab Plateaus. Direction: From Rt. 389 east of Colorado City, AZ, turn north at Conoco (good gas price, no tax) to Pipe Spring NM, continue 1/4 mile to campground on right.
Great place for an overnight stop: thank you City of Concordia. Wish more towns had a park like this! Concrete pads, electric and dump all in a park-like setting. All you need for a night or two. Nice place to walk dogs. Across from Wal-Mart on south end of town. Turn at the traffic light: one way to Wal-Mart and the other to Airport Park. Some sites are back-in and have more shade. Donation asked: we left $15 since we had paid that amount at other city parks with electricity only.
Staff in office was very friendly and helpful. They recommended a very good Chinese restaurant. Short walk to Wal-Mart, restaurants and shopping plaza. Sites are very close together and not very long so park seemed crowded. Train across highway was no problem. Pool was open. Enclosed pet area. Close to downtown. Convenient to Bent's Old Fort, a National Historic site. This is the only RV park or campground in town so it has no competition.
Very well maintained park, neat and tidy. Concrete pull-through pads were level and all utilities worked well. Excellent free Wi-Fi at site. Owner was very helpful and friendly. Walked dog around park and neighborhood. Laundry on site. Good place for over night. Easy on and off from Highway 50. Convenient to Fort Larned, a National Historic site which is very interesting, to the north and Dodge City to the west. Back-in sites with shade and tent sites are available. Passport America rate is $12.50.
Nice city park camping. Restrooms with showers are available. There are pull-through and backin sites. Most sites have shade. Park has picnic shelters, trails and a playground. It's well-maintained, clean and neat. Trains do run along the front of park: get a site toward the back if you want a more quiet site. Good for an overnight. Close to town and all services. Has water and electricity at each site and a dump station.
We pulled in early on a Friday afternoon and there were plenty of sites available (all types) although it became very full for the weekend later in the day. There are several very large pull-through sites and also sites directly lake front and backing up to the woods. Only problem were mosquitoes! Was self-pay; did not see hosts. Electricity was good; water throughout the park. The Lewis & Clark Visitor Center to be opened here in the future. Could be rather noisy with lots of kids, boats, bikes, etc. Close enough to I-29 for an overnight.
Extremely nice state park. Has large, well-spaced, wooded sites. Level pads were gravel and grass. Electricity was good. No WiFi. Very well maintained campground. Friendly hosts who came to site to check us in and give us information. Tour of the mill and house is well worth the time. Can visit the museum and outside the mill and house without the tour for free. Our first visit to a Missouri State Park and we will be back.
Clean, neat RV park in a park. Good full hook-ups, Wi-Fi and TV. Level sites on concrete pads with grass between sites. Trees at rear of site. Very convenient to attractions and the "Truman Trolley" stops nearby so you can do them without a car. Lots of restaurants nearby. Helpful staff offered lots of coupons. Suggest a reservation in summer - very full.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Park was very full with lots of families with kids. Staff was sure to lead us to a very long pull-through in remote area with big shade trees. Rest of park was crowded and noisy with lots of seasonal/permanent residents. Has a nice, big pool. Would use again for an overnight while traveling I-70. Far enough away from road to be quiet. This was a AAA discounted rate.
Best place in Hutchinson for convenience to attractions such as the Cosmosphere. No shade available and it was over 100 when we were there. Only 3 other rigs in entire park. Totally self-service: use drop box. Trash pick-up only service. There are rest rooms nearby. Fair grounds make a nice place to walk dogs: shady, pond, grass. Close to all services. No WiFi and 1 TV channel. Site was level gravel with grass between sites. All back-ins unless not full and you can pull through to your site. Electric, water and sewer all worked well.
Very nice state park. Many sites are lakeside or have good view of lake. Lake was closed to swimming, boating and fishing due to algae bloom, but camping was good. There are 4 loops, many with elect. There are 3 long pull-throughs in one loop (which we did not see until we we were leaving). No TV or WiFi. Sites are large, fairly level and shady. Looks great for tent camping. Would definitely stay here again.
Only park in town. Next to Smokey Bear State Monument and Museum. Right in town near shops, grocery and several restaurants within walking distance. Had a very shady long back-in site with full hookups. Pull-thru sites available in center of park without shade. Convenient to Lincoln State Monument and Ft. Stanton. Friendly owners.
Nice state park with lake. Sites in first row in Yucca campground have good lake view. Only electric and water. Long pull-thrus with shelters around picnic tables. Dessert setting with some trees but no shade at sites. Shade at picnic area and playground. No Wi-Fi. Lots of sites available mid-week. Services available in Logan, NM.
Several large, level long pull-thrus with grass and small shelters and back-ins. Wi-Fi was very good. Our cable TV did not work. Small town with several restaurants and the Billy the Kid Museum. Near Ft. Sumner and Bosque Redondo State Monument. No restroom or shower facilities. Self-pay or pay at museum. In front of a run-down mobile home park but convenient and only park in town.
I gave this campground a 5 because of the problem we had with using Passport America. They are listed as an active RV park and the rate should have been $15. The desk attendant said they did not accept PA. After checking in, called PA. Told they should have charged $15, not $28. Would not change rate. Talked to PA again and received a return call the next day that they had been pulled from PA. No management available on site or at corporate office in CA. PA could not reach anyone either. I consider this fraud and do no approve of a business doing this. Park was clean, sites were narrow, utilities OK. This is a very large mobile home park with a community room and a pool. Just do not expect to use Passport America.
Good for an overnight stop. Long, level pull-through sites. Hook-ups are OK. Convenient to Willcox to visit Rex Allen Museum. Off Interstate 10 and far enough away from railroad to be quiet. Good area for dog walking. Small rec room with TV, books, puzzles, and some exercise equipment. Have stayed here 3 times on trips along I-10. This is a Passport America rate.
Beautiful USFS campground surrounded by pine forest. Large, well spaced, paved sites. Some sites have electrical hookups. No water hookups, but water throughout campground. Dump, restrooms and showers. Very well maintained and quiet. Lots of nice walking trails. Short drive to lakes. Rate was with National Parks Senior Pass. Recommend reservations in summer ($9 fee).
Although roads were narrow, we had no trouble with a 30' motor home and a tow car. Office was closed on Sunday afternoon, but could do everything at the self-check-in station which had a list of available sites. Had a pull-through that was long enough to stay hitched. These sites are terraced so even though they are narrow, you don't feel like you are right on top of the next rig. Enjoyed walking the dog through the wooded campground. Pool area looked very nice. Very convenient to downtown Payson and whatever you would need. Walking distance to restaurants, grocery, etc. Would stay here again.
Nice park right on 101. Friendly staff. Nice Continental breakfast and free newspaper. Laundry, spa,exercise room and library/office area. Some sites are just wide enough for slides - ours was very wide compared to others and had a large grassy yard (Site 4). Some sites do not have room for truck or tow car but we had a separate parking space. Sites are concrete and level. Wi-Fi and cable were OK. There is a fenced-in dog area. Grounds could be maintained better - a little shabby in places. Noise from highway in front sites. Fairly easy walk to beach.
This RV park is a 10! There are no negatives. Positives - friendly staff, well maintained common areas, grassy, clean, wide sites, paved sites with patios and table, swimming pool, putting green, tennis court, playground, paved paths, dog area, nice restrooms, plenty of road access for entering and leaving sites. Can walk to Evergreen Aviation Museums. Minimum of road and airport noise. And the price is right!
This is a good park for an overnight stop on Rt. 97. It is at the Visitor Information Center and has an honor system for paying in the evenings. The sites are very close together but we had no one on either side. There is a grassy space and tress right behind the sites. There are no restrooms or showers but there is a dump station and water available along with the full hookups (30 amp). There is a grocery store right across the street and the city park and pool are nearby. It is also a short walk into town. The sign says it is staffed by volunteers and I think it is a great community service for travelers.
This park is located about 6 miles from Nakusp. It has recently been updated with new water faucets, concert pads at sites and newer toilets. All of the sites are shady and several have direct lake access to Arrow Lake. The park was full when we arrived but the hosts and attendant were very helpful and showed us a very nice corner in the overflow area. We liked it so much we stayed there 5 days - had shade, lots of grass, a table and a nice lake view. The sites are on the larger size and no problem for our 36' fifth wheel. There is a nice sandy beach and a boat launch. 30 sites can be reserved.
This park could be nice. It has a good location, on Banks Lake, with large shady pull-thrus and tent/small camper sites right on lake. But it has been neglected and is in need of a make-over. We had a big pull-thru because they are assigning two narrow spaces per big rig. The lake view and access is very good. The hook-ups, tables and restrooms are old and outdated. The Wi-Fi did work very well. There is a marina with boat launch, rentals, fishing supplies, and ice cream. It is convenient for a visit to Grand Coulee Dam and has good access for big rigs, but I felt it was over-priced.
This park is way off the beaten path - 36 km from Lumby, the last few kilometers are gravel. Plan to take everything you will need for your entire stay. The Marina store has very few supplies. The sites are rather small and close together. We were lucky to find a nice site for our 36' fifth wheel but there weren't too many that size. The overflow area was very crowded every night. A very few sites have lake frontage. The park was very crowded and very noisy with loud trucks pulling boat trailers. Most people are there to use their boats and fish. There is a playground, sandy beach and trails. No sites can be reserved but they can be "saved" with a boat trailer or vehicle parked on them. Park attendants were helpful in finding a site.
There is easy access to town.There is a nice walking path down "dyke". There is some noise from railroad and road. The grass sites were level and well-maintained. The park was neat and clean. The WiFi worked well and was free. There is only a little shade for the pull through sites which were very long but a little narrow - very close to neighbors. For tenters there was more shade and a camp kitchen. It would be a good place to stop for a night or two when going through Revelstoke.
We are stayed here several times. It is one of the most beautiful parks you will find because of all the flowers and plantings throughout the park. I wish I could submit pictures! The sites are adequate and spacing is good. We had a weekly rate of $190. It is a busy park in the summer - lots of in and out traffic and there is some noise from the highway, side road and train. Hookups are good and cable TV was fine. However, as always, the WiFi does not work all of the time. Has been a problem for the past 3 years when we have stayed there.
This park is very well maintained, quiet and shady. Some sites are pull through on nice, level grassy areas and others are gravel. All are large with trees and plantings between them. There are also motel rooms and neat looking cabins. The WIFI worked very well - no cell phone signal or TV. Passport America rate of $11.50 can't be beat. Post office and cafe right across highway. Owners live on property. Would definitely stay here again.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks campground and boat access on Blackfoot River 36 miles E of Bonner. Most sites right on river. Our 36' 5th wheel would "fit" on 5 of the 12 sites. Great for fishing and launching rafts or boats. Pit toilets, water and garbage facilities. Lots of shade trees. Downside - traffic, noise and dust from fishermen and rafters, especially on weekends. But ranger told us this was changing with a new parking lot and boat launch to be built at one end of park so campground would be more isolated from boat traffic.
Beautiful little campground on Lake Alva - 10 miles north of Seeley Lake. Camped for 10 days in a 36' fifth wheel. Only 6 sites - all spaces far apart along lake. Lots of privacy. We could have "fit" on 5 of the sites. Clean, new vault toilets. No water or garbage bin but both available 1 mile north at Lake Alva Campground. This is a new campground but fills up fast on the weekends - fewer campers during the week. Turnaround at end and lots of parking space. Parking space was big and level. Huge space between RV and lake - beautiful view of lake and loon island sanctuary.
Selected campground for its location - very convenient to downtown, shopping, etc. Sites are narrow and rigs are close together. There are some older, permanent units that do not look nice and should be removed. The pool and playgrounds for the kids looked very nice. There are two grassy, clean dog parks. Hookups and WIFI were fine. Try to get a shaded spot in the summer - many are in full sun. Campground is well-maintained. There is an ice cream social in the evenings and a breakfast buffet in the mornings.
Rate is Golden Age with electric. This is a National Forest CG in the Gallatin National Forest. Nice campground just 4 miles from West Yellowstone, MT, which has full services and many things to do. Campground is only 5 miles from West Entrance to Yellowstone NP. 33 sites have electric. Several sites along Madison River without electric. Adequately spaced sites with lots of trees. Fishing in river. No showers or dump station. Closest dump station is at RV park in town with a fee. Campground is located right along western border of Yellowstone NP. A herd of about 20 bison (females and calves) came right through our site one evening!
This is a good location for exploring the northern park of Teton National Park. Wi-Fi worked well. From the outside row on the west side there is an awesome view of the Tetons. The park is surrounded by horse ranches with large herds grazing in the pastures. The staff was friendly and the store is well stocked. The only dumpster was at the office due to a problem with bears. On the negative side the park is a little shabby and the spaces are very narrow. At the end of May the pool, spa and cookout were not open but I assume this happens during the summer. I felt the park was overpriced for what it offered.
Golden Age rate. This is a National Forest campground in Bridger-Teton National Forest. Very large campground on beautiful pristine, glacial Lake Fremont which is 9 miles long. Some sites with lake view and a few sites at lakeside. Lots of privacy. Fishing, boat ramp and sandy beach in campground. No hookups or dump station but there are pit toilets and water throughout park. 7 miles from Pinedale with all services and the Museum of the Mountain Man. Saw many antelope in area. Our site was very large with a great view of the lake and snow-capped mountains.
Good paved interior roads and pads. Lots of trees for privacy between sites. Several very large sites available. Only a very few with a view of the reservoir. If you don't have a boat or want to fish, not much to do in the area. There are flush toilets and showers but no dump station. Sandy beach for swimming nearby. $10 is Golden Age rate.
Very nice state park with extremely friendly and helpful campground host. Lots of grass and nicely shaded sites. There are two lakes in the park with a boat ramp and nice beach and playground area. The restrooms and showers were well maintained. There is a dump station and a laundry on site. It was mostly tents but there are many sites large enough for big rigs. Scenic mountain drive north on SR-139 to Dinosaur National Monument.
This is a nice, quiet park with narrow, shaded back-in and pull-thru sites. In addition there are larger pull-thrus in a row which is not shaded. The tent area appears nice. The owners live on site but we did not pay until the second day because the office was never open. There is a large, grassy fenced in dog play area. We stayed here 2 nights and made a day trip to Newspaper Rock State Historical Monument and and Canyonlands National Park (Needles area). This is a very scenic loop drive out of Monticello.
This is a beautiful, well maintained National Forest Service Campground adjacent to Sunset Crater Volcano and Wupatki National Monuments. Sites are very large with lots of space between them. There are pull-along sites for very large rigs. Restrooms only, no showers. Ice and firewood are available. Good paved roads; concrete paths to restrooms and around picnic tables. Across road from Sunset Crater Volcano Visitor Center (16 miles north of Flagstaff on US-89).
This RV park has different camping areas and some provide nice shade and others are totally in the sun. Tent sites looked very nice. The park could use a little maintenance but is OK. The owner is very friendly and helpful and could answer questions about the area. There is a steak house, cafe and laundry within walking distance. Wi-fi worked very well. There were sand fleas and we got many bites. Would stay at another park in the area next time.
Nice, shady, clean park near downtown. Most spaces are large with shade trees and grass. We were given a site on gravel with no grass or trees which was fine for an overnight stop (Passport America rate of $15). Our site was wide and very level. The other sites in the park are much nicer. The rest rooms are exceptionally nice. There is a club house and a book exchange. Both cable TV and WiFi worked very well. Noise from traffic and trains was very minimal. Convenient to stores and restaurants. Although it is off the Interstate, it is easy to find. This would be a nice park for a longer stay.
Good park for an over night stop. Passport America rate is $13.50 good for one night. Easy on/off from I-10. Sites are long enough to stay hooked-up. Trees between each site. Very large park so lots of space with wide interior roads. Far enough back from the highway to have only minimal noise and train seemed far in the distance. WiFi worked great but cable TV did not work at our site. Only a few 50 amp sites available. Our 30 amp electricity had low voltage. Many sites are closed due to electrical problems. Ground cover between sites contained small stickers so our dog could not walk around. Had to walk him on gravel road to grass along front of park.
This is a new RV park with concrete streets and pad, lots of trees and grassy areas between sites. The rest rooms are private rooms containing a toilet, sink and shower and are very clean. The pool looked very nice. WiFi worked very well. The park is for long-term stays and there are only 2 sites left for over-nighters. These are in the front very close to I-20. Since the park is lower than the interstate, the noise is terrible. The traffic noise kept us awake. We arrived about 6:00 pm and the office was closed. There was no indication of the rate so we were surprised in the morning to learn it was $35. They have weekly and monthly rates but I felt this was high for an over-night stop when all we used was electricity and the rate should have been posted at the office. A reservation is a must if this is where you want to stay. We would not stay here again.
This is a free National Park Service campground. This is a great campground to use while driving the Natchez Trace. Sites are large and very shaded. It is very peaceful, quiet and dark (at night). There is no registration or fee but there is a campground host. There are rest rooms but no showers. Most of the rigs were large and there was plenty of room between sites. If you can dry camp, this is a wonderful campground.
This park was very neat, clean and had nice size sites with grass, concrete slab and table at each site. All sites are pull-thru. A free buffet breakfast at the casino is included, 1 per person per stay. They have free coffee in the office. There is a shuttle to the casino. Some of the concrete slabs are cracked and some sites have trees so look around and pick your site. The ones on the far end of the park are the largest. Looked like there was some new landscaping. The WiFi was great. It is easy on/off I-20 and about 4 miles from the Civil War Military Park. Only negative would be the closeness of the railroad tracks. Would stay here again.
This is your basic overnight park, however it looked like there were 3 long-term residents. There is no office, rest rooms or showers. Did not see any management. Payment is on the honor system. The campground is terraced with cement pads on each level. There were 2 other rigs there the night we stopped. It is at a gun club but there was no activity the night we were there. It is in a rural area to the west of town. The interior road was rough and we could not drive up the hill to some of the sites because of deep ruts. The water and sewer hook-ups were bad and hard to use. Even on the concrete pad we had to do quite a bit of leveling. No WiFi and just a little poor television reception. Passport America rate was $15; Good Sam $20; Regular $30.
Easy access off I-81. Clean, neat park. Owners very friendly and helpful. Pull-through and back-in sites. Driving range on site. Did not notice that some sites were seasonal. Trees are small, more shade would be nice. Excellent Wi-Fi. Close to town and restaurants. Used as a base to visit Andrew Johnson sites in Greenville. Park was quite full even in October, would recommend reservation. Large grassy area to run dog. Off highway so no noise. Site was level.
Good over night park. Rate is a Passport America rate. Only 1 mile from Appomattox Court House Civil War site. Long pull-thru with adequate space between sites. Very clean. Our site was very level. No rest rooms or showers. No WiFi. Very clean and neat with east access from highway. Close to town and services. A little highway noise but not bad.
Yet another great Virginia State Park! This park is across the river from Jamestown on the James River and we used it as our base to tour Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. There is a free vehicular ferry across the river that runs every half hour. The park has two sections - A is older and better for tents; B has 50 amp, very large paved sites and new rest rooms. There were only a few campers here mid-week in early October. There is a large pool (summer) and an historic mansion and farm museum to tour (free in 2007 only). Could not get WiFi but available outside library in Surry. Would stay here again and recommend it as a base for Williamsburg if you have the time to take the ferry which we enjoyed. Campground was very dark and quiet at night. Information said there was an extra charge for pets but even though we told them about our dog, we were not charged.
Another very nice Virginia State Park. The sites are large and both back-in and pull-thru, sunny and shady, are available. There are lots of trails, a CCC museum and a nature center. It is about 20 miles from Richmond and we used this as our base to see the Civil War sites around the area. We could not get WiFi in the park. Even with the crowd that appeared on the weekend, the campground was quiet (and dark). The sites in the new section have 50 amp and ours was very level.
We loved this campground! The sites are level and huge - both shady and open available. On the first night we were the only campers in the entire campground and the most any night was four. The host was very friendly and helpful. The campground loop with 50 amp is new, clean and has excellent roads. The bathroom/shower building is also new. There is no WiFi. The drive to the lake and beach is long but we were there to take in the Civil War sites around Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania. This involved some driving but the campground was so nice it was worth it. Another great Virginia State Park.
We used this park as a base for seeing Washington DC and surrounding area. Staff was friendly. Park was very clean with large spaces - open and shaded. Large grassy and wooded areas around campground. Rate of $27 was a senior rate. WiFi available for a fee. Park is closing for 3 months in November 2007 to upgrade to 50 amps. Since we were there in September, water park was closed and most of the campers were like us - retired and sightseeing. The campground is in a very large county park but was very quiet and dark with no other traffic going through it. Would stay here again on another visit to DC and recommend it to others for this purpose.
This is an older, large park with a lot of seasonals. We were allowed to select our site in the front portion of the campground and found that some were 30 amp and some were 50 amp. Sites were large, shady but not very level. There was a large section of pull-thru sites behind the office. We did not have WiFi. It is convenient for driving either the Skyline Drive or the Blue Ridge Parkway if you want to park your rig.
This is a very large RV park with lots of traffic and lots of seasonal sites. We were on the main road in a pull-thru site which was adequate, although not very level or wide. We could not get WiFi at our site. The office staff was not especially friendly - very short and curt. Thee was a lot of noise late into the night. The pool is very nice and there was a movie shown in the evening. It is conveniently located for seeing Cape May. The rate had dropped to $28 due to the time of year.
After trying to get into two sites, we dry camped in a field. Mostly seasonal sites but the park was such a mess could not even tell where the sites were. Lots of smoke from fires and noise all night long, including air horns at 2 a.m. Interior access roads are extremely tight and sites are not level. The pool and mini-golf are nice and there is a fishing pond and playground. Office/rec room is old and shabby. No Wifi or TV. Would not stay here again.
Park is mostly seasonal campers who have "decorated" their sites. We were here in September so there were no planned activities. We got a Passport American rate on Thurs for $19 but paid $38 for Friday. Felt this was high for off-season. Only a few sites were occupied so it was very quiet. Store is well-stocked but has limited hours in Sept. WiFi signal was very strong at our site. Entry road is rough. Close to Batsto Village. If coming from the West on Rt 542, hard to spot Turtle Creek Road (and a long way to a place to turn around a big rig).
Good park for touring Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Right along Rt. 30 but away from highway noise. Some sites are well shaded in the woods and others are in a grassy, semi-open area. Our site was very level. Also had nice looking cabins. Park was clean, neat and quiet. We could not get WiFi from our site but they said it was available. Passport American rate was $17.50 (Sun - Thurs).
Tailwater East is just one of six campgrounds in the Corps of Engineers Coralville Dam Complex. The campground was neat, clean and the sites were level on paved pads with grassy areas between sites. One row of sites has 50 amp. Another row backs up to the river. Site 11 is a very large pull-thru with lots of space around it. Short drive to beach,visitors center, I-80 and Iowa City. Some sites can be reserved. We paid $8 for an electric site with our National Parks Pass.
There are 6 RV Lots on the Ohio Turnpike. We stayed at MP 107. Very convenient if you are traveling the turnpike and want to spend the night without exiting the turnpike and looking for an RV park. Much better than pulling into the truck parking area and listening to the truck noise all night. These are located at the Service Centers (food, gas, rest rooms) but are on the opposite side of the truck parking area. Ours had back-in sites only and was level. Our 35' fifth wheel fit into site but we had to disconnect truck and park next to 5th wheel in wide site. Had a good night's rest and also electricity.
This is a large campground with several different camping areas. Because we did not have a reservation and large pull-through sites were taken, we were in the horse camp which has horse facilities. Area was very quiet and horses were no problem. They offer horse tours into the Gettysburg Battlefield. They have a Gettysburg Battlefield Diorama which is free for campers. Sites are not very level and interior roads are in poor condition. Only 1 mile to Gettysburg Battlefield Visitors Center. Had full hookups with 50 amp with Passport America rate of $21 (Sun - Thurs).
Very nice park. Small pond (not lake) with catch-and-release fishing. Nice playground and large, heated pool. Very quiet and clean. Well-maintained. Country setting. Site #24 faced pond and was a large corner lot. Restrooms were very clean. Very near Holland and Holland State Park is about 9 miles away. Excellent WiFi.
The campground is adjacent to Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site, a reconstructed village. Sites are large with grassy area between sites. Most sites are shaded. New Salem has a very interesting visitors center with exhibits on Lincoln. There is an outdoor theater with evening performances during the summer. We made this our base for visiting the Lincoln sites in Springfield 20 miles away. Although our stay extended into a holiday weekend, the campground was quiet. Nice restaurant across side road. No WiFi or reservations.
City park within walking distance to town on paved path. Shaded, grassy sites which were not level. We were there during a wet period and many sites could not be used due to soft ground. Playground, trails, streams and ponds. Two different camping areas - one area filled with a group but the other section was not filled and quiet. Self-pay station but a host on site.
Good for an overnight or a few days. City park with water and electric at each site and a dump station. Located in a park with a playground and paved trails. Pull-throughs and back-in sites with shade. Able to pick up Wi-Fi.
Very good view of Devil's Tower and right at entrance to national monument. Our level, back-in site with water and electric adjacent to tenting area was nice. Restaurant serves breakfast and lunch buffet. Movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" is shown every night. No TV but WiFi was good. Site was partly shaded with some grass. Tenting are looked very nice. Best bet for visiting Devils Tower which is well worth the side trip!
Located in Custer State Park, sites range from full sun to full shade, tent sites to 51' long sites. Web site has a picture of each site. Site 8E was fully shaded and more than adequate for our 35' fifth wheel. Buffalo, deer and mountain sheep roamed through campground. Bike path and 2 fishing ponds very close. Convenient to activities in park plus Mt. Rushmore, Custer, caves, scenic drives, etc. 1 mile to general store. Small and quiet. Tent sites are across road in heavily wooded area. Sites can be reserved on line. Cost is $15 + $4 for electric.
Good overnight stop along I-90. Staff was friendly and helpful. WiFi was sketchy from both RV park and nearby Super 8. Pool and playground shared with Super 8. Some interstate and train noise at sites closer to I-90. Stores and restaurants nearby stores - Wal-Mart, Cabela's, etc. Large, level pull-throughs with grassy lots and trees. Passport America park.
This campground has an unusual setting - terraced sites on a ranch with expansive views. Sites are large and easy to enter and exit. Each site has a grill and table. WiFi worked well from our site. Staff was helpful, friendly and led you to your site. Free coffee in am and free ice cream bars in the pm. Restrooms were extremely clean. Short drive to Crow Agency and Little Bighorn National Monument. Only negatives are: park is fairly new, so the trees are immature, thus they do not provide any shade, and you must travel a gravel road to entrance.
This park is very neat, clean and shady. The pool is clean. Coffee is $.50 and every night they sell a huge bowl of ice cream for $1.00. Staff is very friendly and helpful and lead rigs to the sites. A flock of wild turkeys roam the campground along with deer and rabbits. A great steak house is within walking distance. The king size pull-thrus are very wide with nice lawns. All sites are shaded but some are quite close together. Tenting area is grassy, shaded and set aside from other sites. Buffalo has all visitor services, a museum and is close to historical sites and beautiful mountain/canyon drives.
Very clean small park with an Old West decor throughout. Nice grassy lawns, picnic tables and flower plantings. Excellent WiFi. A little train and traffic noise. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Passport American rate: $14 + $1 for Wifi + tax. Easy in and out for one-night, stay-hooked-up stop on I-90. Told it fills every night so reservations might be a good idea.
Basic rv park with some smaller back-in sites in one area and large back-in or pull through sites in large grassy area without trees. Wifi worked from our site. Near town and museums but not "walking distance". Owner very friendly and helpful. Used their clothes line to dry the clothes I washed in my own washer. Several interesting museums in this old river town so a good place to visit.
Park is very clean and neat. Convenient to downtown Helena, with shopping and restaurants. Along interstate, but well away, so no traffic noise. Nice lounge, open 24 hours, for tv watching, reading, and equipped with a modem hookup. Streets are wide and sites are easy to pull through. Each site has a table and grassy area. Large trees all around the park and smaller ones inside, at the sites. Wifi did not work from our site, but worked ok, but slow, in the lounge.
This is an outstanding USFS campground located 12 miles west of Lolo Pass. Site 22 in the electric loop is a very large pull-thru with direct access to the river. Lots of trees and space between sites. Very quiet and peaceful. Only problem is the low voltage of the electric and fluctuations in current. Campground Host said this is to be improved. Several nice trails nearby and a lodge, restaurant and store within walking distance. Some sites can be reserved.
Very nice PA park. Had a back-in site with a fairly wide grassy area between sites. Not room to park truck in front of RV - had to park near office but other sites looked longer. Outstanding rec room with pool table, a few video games, TV, game tables and book exchange. Friendly office staff. Nice little store for supplies. Short walk to Fairmont Hot Springs. Not too far to drive to Georgetown Lake for fishing and Phillipsburg (old mining town). Second visit here and would stay again.
The best thing about this park is that there are sites with w&e right on the river. Our site was not very level and the hook-ups are on the wrong side for a fifth wheel. The sites with full hook-up are very close together. The WiFi was useless and there is no cell phone service. The park did not have a very neat appearance overall. Would not stay here again.
This park is very clean, neat and has beautiful flower beds throughout. The pull-thru sites are very roomy with a fairly large grassy area between sites. The back-in site are in a nicely wooded area. We were there 5 nights and 1 night they had a local singer and an ice cream social and another night they had a craft program. The side of the park away from the side road is more quiet. WiFi worked great and we did not experience any water or electrical problems. The park was full all 5 nights we were there. Would definitely stay here again.
Loved this park - very clean, neat and comfortable. Nice yards and shade trees at each site. Several sites have 50 amp and they are upgrading more. WiFi was excellent. Rv'ers receive a free breakfast of hot cakes and eggs in the cafe which has a full breakfast and dinner menu (ribs and smoked potatoes). Craters of the Moon NP and EBR-1 are each 18 miles away. Close to town and services. Owners are very friendly. Would definitely stay here again.
Seven Crown Resorts operates the rv park at Echo Bay Resort on Lake Mead. It is used primarily by "employees" and most of the sites look like the residents are permanent. It is not well maintained and there is a lot of "stuff" stored around the sites. Check in is at the hotel which is not in a big rig friendly area. The campgrounds (no hookups) which are run by the NPS look nice. Lake Mead cannot even be seen from the rv park. It is convenient for visiting the Valley of Fire State Park. We only stayed one night and would not stay here again.
This is a very large county park along the Colorado River with several different types of camping. There are beach sites (directly on river) with no hook-ups and a ramada($10). There are sites with w&e only ($17)and sites with full hookups($20). It is right across the river from Laughlin, NV, with a view of the casinos. There is a lot of day use in the summer. Just be aware that it can be very hot and you will need the 50 amps to run your air conditioners. It was 115 when we were there in July. But we have dry camped on the beach in December. There are quite a few permanent residents. The full hookup sites fill quickly in the winter so a reservation is required then. WiFi worked well. Overall the park is well maintained and clean.
Not well kept. On farm near cattle lot - bad odor. Grass and weeds not mowed. Interior road not maintained. Near I-80 interchange - noise from traffic all night. Did not enter office or restrooms - self-pay. Never saw any staff. Able to stay hitched-up for overnight stop. PA rate was $10 + $1 tax.
This is a campground located in a city park. Lots of big shade trees, tables, playground and restrooms with showers. Pull-thru and back-in sites. Could stay hitched-up with 36' fifth wheel. Dump station. Access to nice walking/biking trail. Trains on railroad tracks along highway side - look for site in back area of park.
Great overnight stop. Able to stay hitched up. Good WiFi. Sites have grass and trees. Staff is friendly and helpful. No restrooms or showers. On old Route 66, away from Interstate noise. Have stayed here several times.
Sites are well-spaced and each has a concrete pad, table and ramada. Many large pull-thrus. Many trees have been planted - will be shady in a few years. Very clean. Nice ponds and trails. Tenting area looked very nice - separated by trees and some on pond. Convenient to Colorado National Monument and I-70. Downside - had to purchase additional $5.00/day park pass which made nightly fee $31.
OK for an overnight stop. Office is at Trading Post across highway. Sewer connections would be difficult to use but water and electric OK. Some permanent travel trailers but that was not a problem. Were able to stay hitched up with a 36' fifth wheel. No restroom facilities. Trading post (restaurant and gift shop) across highway is very interesting and fun.
Very convenient for South Rim visit. Free shuttle stops at entrance and goes all over the park. Short walk to grocery, bank, post office and restaurant. Not all sites have shade but many do. Restrooms were extremely clean. Older park so some of the roads are narrow and turns can be tight getting to site. Deer and elk were right at our site.
Each site has a grassy lawn, large tree and table. The pull-thru sites are well-spaced. Overall appearance and cleanliness is very good. Some highway noise, but very little. Staff was friendly and helpful. Enjoyed the dog walk path which was always clean. WiFi was available most of the time but down some during our 3-day stay. Convenient to Moab. Will stay here again.