This has to be the nicest and prettiest park we have stayed at in the country. It is spectacular. We had a site in the adult only section and we loved it and would choose this section when we returned. The sites are very spacious with a private patio with furniture. Everything is spotlessly clean and manicured. The landscaping is superb. The bathrooms, laundry and pool area are immaculate. I could not find any fault with the park at all. The owners are super nice and helpful. This is #1 in our book and we will definitely return. The other park in town is very nice but this one is the best.
This was a repeat visit for us and it continues to be a favorite. The park has lots of mature trees but also offers sites for satellite owners. We love the trees and grass. Staff is friendly, helpful and efficient. The showers were very nice. The park is located a bit out of town but it is very nice and safe feeling. We would stay here again when back in the area.
This park is actually located about 15 miles out of town, but it is much nicer than the one in town. We were here three summers ago and there have been some nice improvements. The roads are all level gravel with grass in between each site. The trees have matured a bit and make the park look prettier. The Wi-Fi is excellent and a few TV stations are available. There is an on-site cafe. We will return if we ever try to get to Carlsbad Caverns again.
The owners of this park are super nice and helpful. The park is spotlessly maintained. The showers are excellent. Wi-Fi and cable are good. Park is close to WalMart and other shopping/ restaurants. The recent fire damage is visible but did not detract from our stay. We would return if in the area.
This park gets a bad rap from a lot of big rigs because of its location in a pine forest. It is an older KOA park that was built before the big rigs. And yes, the streets are narrow and the corners are tough for the big ones. With that said, this is a pretty park with lots of trees and shade, birds and squirrels. We love it. We had one of the best spots in the park and we extended our stay because it was so peaceful and beautiful. The maintenance crew is awesome and are working constantly to keep it looking nice and clean. The showers and laundry are great. Wi-Fi was iffy, but adequate. Cable is great. We will definitely be back. We think this is the best park in Flagstaff. It is not a typical parking lot and that is what we like about it the best.
This park is located about 12 miles east of Kingman and it is surprisingly very nice. The sites are very spacious on gravel. The bathrooms are individual and nice. There is limited cable and good Wi-Fi available at each site. While there is some road noise, the sites are far enough away that it is minimal. This is the first time we have stayed here and we will be back. At an elevation of 4,300 ft., it is much cooler here than in downtown Kingman or Needles.
This is actually a very nice park. It is clean and nicely maintained. The trees are finally getting big enough to provide some shade and they are between each site. The amenities are clean and nice. Staff is also great. We always stay here when going through and will be back in the future.
We always stay at this park when in the area. It is nicely maintained and the staff and owners are very friendly and helpful. It is located close to shopping, gambling, restaurants, and within an easy drive to Tahoe. We will be back.
We stopped here heading south on Hwy 395 because the options in Alturas did not look that good. I note that one review gave this park a 10, and while it is nice, it is not a 10. It is out in the country situated on a golf course. We do not play golf and would not call this a resort. The RV spaces are a nice size with grass between each site. There is no TV, but the WiFi is excellent at our site. There is a grill at the office. It was nice and cool and we enjoyed a great view of the golf course. We would stop here again.
This park is listed in the campground directory under Medford although it is right off of Hwy 140 in White City. We are headed to Klamath Falls, so it was very convenient and easy to get to. It is a small pretty park in a quiet setting. No Wi-Fi, but excellent cable. Bathrooms are older, but ok. A nice stop for overnight. Close to Walmart. We would return when in the area.
This is probably the nicest park in Brookings, although the section with the permanents is not as nice as the transient section. We had a river view site which was just gorgeous. We saw deer daily and picked wild blackberries. The weather is usually nicer than in downtown Brookings, as the fog will lift sooner. There were problems with the Wi-Fi, and phone reception is poor. Good cable. Excellent staff. We would stay here again.
This pretty park continues to be one of our favorites. The owners could not be nicer and go out of their way to make sure you are welcomed and feel at home. They work tirelessly to maintain their park in pristine condition. The WiFi and cable are both excellent. Bathrooms are spotless. Landscaping is superb. If you are looking for peace and quiet with super friendly people, this is the place.
This is one of our top five favorite parks. This year they have Wi-Fi at each site, and while it is only fair, it is an improvement. The park itself is nothing special, but it is nicely maintained. And yes, the spots in the middle are close together. We make reservations way in advance to secure one of the spots right on the Rogue River and it is spectacular. The river is right out your door. We love Shady Grove. There are some excellent restaurants. The manager of the park and her staff, as well as the permanent residents, are all very nice. We love it here and will be back. Summer months are really crowded, but in May it is really quiet. This is fish country.
This is a very pretty park, nicely maintained, with patios at every site. The bathrooms are individual and private and everything is spotlessly clean. The office staff is very helpful and knowledgeable. It is also in a quiet location unlike other parks in the area. Excellent WiFi and OK cable. We would definitely stay again when in the area. It is a nice half way stop between Sacto and Oregon.
This park is actually located in Shingle Springs, just a few miles from Placerville. It is also situated right on Highway 50. However, after you are in camp, for a bit, you don't notice the traffic noise and this time of year it was minimal. We loved the grass, trees and multitude of birds. The owners are super nice and keep the park well maintained. There are not many RV parks in the area and the more popular one, about 20 miles away, is quite a bit more expensive, so this KOA is actually reasonable. We enjoyed our weekend stay very much and having the buffet next door at the casino was a nice bonus.
We stay at this lovely park about once a year. This year it was as pretty as usual in the spring. There is hardly ever anyone here which only adds to the peace and quiet. The on-site hosts keep a keen eye on the comings and goings, so you feel safe and protected. The park is close enough for any shopping you need and far enough away from any freeway noise. The showers are funky, yes, but they are doable and the peace and quiet more than make up for the plumbing. We will be back.
This park continues to be nicely maintained. The staff is excellent. This time of year, it is quiet and very pretty with lots of trees and grass. This is a perfect place if you like fishing or golf, both nearby. We stay here almost every spring and will be back in the future. We love the country feel in the middle of a huge metropolis.
We chose to pay extra for a water view and even though there is a fence, the view was still very nice. We had site 41 which is very spacious. This park does not have a beach but our view looked out on the beach of the other campground in the area, which caters to kids. If you have kids, go there. If you like peace and quiet, stay at Mission Bay. The park is secure, easy to get in and out of and close to all attractions. Cable and WiFi were both OK. It is an OK park and we would stay here again if ever in the area.
This is an adequate place for an overnight stay. There are RV spaces in a mobilehome park. It is quiet and nicely maintained. We could not make the cable work, but the Wi-Fi was excellent. We would stop here again. It is nice to be on the west side of Tucson to avoid traffic in the morning.
This is a small park mostly inhabited by permanents, but it is nicely maintained. We love the ambiance with the Guadalupe River, trees, grass, ducks and squirrels. The laundry and bathrooms are older but are clean. Roads need some work. Staff is excellent. This is our favorite park in the New Braunfels area.
The owner of this park is working to improve it, he says. It could be really pretty. There is excellent cable and Wi-Fi. There are lots of pretty trees. The bathrooms are clean but dated. The roads and sites are in need of repair. It was good for an overnight stay. Not a destination park.
We always stop at this park when passing through the area. The owner is very nice and is working hard to improve the park. Everything is immaculate and well maintained. We had excellent cable and Wi-Fi. We will be back.
We chose to stay at this park based on a recommendation from a fellow RVer, and it proved to be the nicest park in the area. It is about 10 miles out of town, but that means it is quiet. The park is fairly new with paved roads and sites which are very spacious. The bathrooms are all individual and the whole park is very nice. The staff was exceptional. We had great pizza right on site. Cheap gas is just down the street.
We liked this pretty park with lots of trees. The owners show pride of ownership in that they keep the park spotlessly clean and maintained. The roads are gravel and the sites have small red rock. The sites are spacious, have nice picnic tables and lots of room for extra tow car. All of the amenities are very nice. The cable was weird and we have a new HD TV set but it was doable. Wi-Fi was excellent. We would stay again if in the area and prefer this park over others nearby.
Just an OK park for an overnight stay. Not a destination park, but we did have good cable and Wi-Fi. Showers are nice and clean. Staff was friendly. We would stay again when passing through. Not much else for miles so park does fill up at night.
We stopped overnight. This is basically a large parking lot, but it is more than adequate for a stop over. Not especially a destination park. The owner was very nice and helpful and says he is trying to improve the park even more. The cable and Wi-Fi were both excellent. We would stop here again.
We were very comfortable here. The roads and sites are dirt but they are nicely spaced. We did have a small tree but there is not much else in the way of landscaping but this is desert. Excellent cable and WiFi (I dont know why previous posts said no WiFi-there were several channels available). The bathrooms are dated but very clean. Did not use laundry. We would definitely stay here again. We enjoyed things to do very much: Antelope Valley, Glen Canyon Dam, Horseshoe Bend. When we had a problem with the cable connection, maintenance were out and fixed it in just a matter of minutes.
The new owners are super nice and are working hard to make changes to this park. The bathrooms and laundry are older but very clean and efficient. WiFi is good; no cable but able to get a few stations with antenna. Park is convenient to other Utah attractions. We would stay again if in the area.
This is a pretty park with lots of mature trees and nice landscaping. The sites and streets are gravel and some are close together. There are a lot of ATV's but they were not a problem during our stay. The bathrooms, showers and laundry are all excellent and spotlessly clean. The owners are super nice and go out of their way to make your stay a good one. We happened to be at the park during an ATV rally so the park was full, but we enjoyed our stay and would return. This park is in a nice location mid-way between Cedar City and Salt Lake. Don't miss a side trip to Fish Lake which is awesome.
I love the feel of this park with nice mature trees and grass. The bathrooms, showers, and laundry are all nice. The staff is friendly. Cable is OK; Wi-Fi had some problems for a few days, but it seems OK now. BUT the way the hookups are set up, two rigs must share the same utility posts and thus, are only a few feet from each other. I HATE having to keep my windows and shades closed because our neighbors are three feet away from us on that side. It is just awful. It ruins our stay.
We like a park with trees since we don't have satellite. This park has lots of beautiful, lush mature trees although they do offer you a site without trees if you wish. We chose to stop here overnight just because of the name of the park. It is located on the banks of the Snake River, which is a close walk nearby. The showers and bathrooms were older but clean. We would definitely return and would like to stay longer. It is a pretty little park. Owner is very nice and works hard to make your stay a good one.
We came in early in the day and were just about convinced this was not a bad park. It is right off of the freeway, but there is a sound barrier, so the traffic noise isn't bad. The showers are tiled and private and nice, as is the laundry with nice new machines. The park is nothing special. I was going to rate it a 7 or 8, but then we got neighbors. The rig next to us is literally so close I can reach out of our window and touch their rig. I mean, this is ridiculous. And the park is not full, so they could space people apart better. We have never had a rig so close next to us before. Awful. The only reason I gave it a 5 is because the amenities and staff are nice.
This is a very nice RV resort. It is new so the bathrooms, which are all private with showers, and laundry are new and spotlessly clean. The sites are large stones with large cement patio and a patio set (not a picnic table). The sites are nicely spaced and there are trees in the process of growing. There is a sparkling pool, library, and large rec room. WiFi and cable are excellent. Staff is very nice and helpful. I have nothing negative to say. We really liked this park and just wish it was on the coast of Oregon instead of the middle of nowhere Idaho. They have done a nice job though and we would definitely return.
This park is spotlessly clean. Staff are all very nice and efficient. The sites are long, either paved or gravel, with grass in between the spaces. Each site has a picnic table. The park is pretty and well maintained. The laundry is excellent and the showers are nice. We also had excellent cable and Wi-Fi. Not much of a view, but it is quiet and easy to get to. We spent a holiday weekend here and appreciated the peace and quiet. We would stay here again.
This park just keeps getting prettier and they are currently in the process of remodeling the bathrooms. We love being on the Columbia River, watching ships and barges float by. The park is quiet and peaceful with an excellent staff. The maintenance crew is always working to keep it spotlessly clean. Excellent cable and WiFi. Older laundry but it was cheap. Some of the newer river view sites are exceptionally long. We always try to reserve a river site and love this park. We will be back.
This is a small older park. The sign out front says Bud's Bait and Tackle and RV Park. The biggest negative is that the park sits right on Highway 101 and the daytime traffic noise is excessive. However, it isn't too terrible at night. The park has some permanent residents but it is quiet and feels safe. The manager is very nice. We had excellent cable and Wi-Fi.
This is a large, family and kid friendly park. The roads are gravel with paved sites. We were here at the end of summer vacation so the park was full of kids. The beach is right across the street, but the park also has an indoor pool. The showers are some of the nicest we have found. The owners are super nice and want to please. They own the pizza place and market next door, both of which are reasonable and convenient - no need to leave the area. Maintenance is always busy keeping the park as nice as it can be when it is full and busy. We would return but after school is back in, the park will be totally different during the week, which would be nice for those of us who no longer have kids.
I totally disagree with the previous post about this park. The streets are paved and the sites are long, cement, with a patio area and table. There is plenty of room for a tow car. They sites are nicely spaced too. There are new owners that are working hard to improve the park. Maintenance is very nice with workers busy at all times. Showers and laundry are nice. Cable and WiFi are excellent. There is some odor at nights at times, but it is nothing overpowering or on-going. Traffic noise is also minimum. This is a very nice park and we would recommend it and will return when in the area.
We were not that impressed with this park but we did have a site in the forest section and not the ocean view section, which is always full and very packed close together. The park is all dirt with not much landscaping, although it is well maintained. Each site is picked up when vacated. The staff are friendly and work hard, although the manager on the front desk seemed stressed. She does not waiver on the 2:00 pm check in time. Cable and WiFi were both excellent. We probably will not return even if we were able to get an ocean view site, which we feel is over-priced. The nightly rates are increased $5 for the weekends, but the park is busy so they have no problem enforcing their rules.
This is one of our favorite parks. It has a spectacular view of the bridge and is located right on the harbor. It is nicely maintained and the bathrooms and laundry are spotless. However, there is only one toilet in the bathroom which is strange for this size of park. The only reason I did not give it a perfect score is lack of WiFi. They advertise it is available but it is so poor that it is basically non-existent. We could get on at two in the morning but could never get our email. Office staff are very nice and helpful but said their hands were tied with regard to the WiFi and that the broadband was not very big. Evidently management does not want to spend extra money on it, which is too bad.
This park is nothing special; just a basic parking lot. But it is nicely maintained and kept clean. It is nicer than the other parks in town. We had excellent cable and WiFi. The sites are nicely spaced with wide streets between the rows. This is probably one of the friendliest parks we have stayed at; not just the managers and workers but the long term residents. We would stay here again.
This is a beautiful RV resort. It is spotlessly maintained. All sites are cleaned after being vacated. The tables and light fixtures are all wiped down. The sites are spacious and set up so that you do not look into your neighbor's rig. It is quiet and nicely landscaped. We had one of the water front sites overlooking the harbor. The showers are a little funky in that you have to hit a button to keep the water running, but the facilities are exceptionally nice as are the laundry facilities. We went crabbing nearby. ATV noise is not allowed unlike most other nearby parks. We will be back again. This is one of our favorite parks.
This RV park is like a campground with lots of sand and dirt, although it is nicely maintained. They even rake the sites each time they are vacated. We like the park because it is close to an incredible beach, just over the dunes from the park. The sites are spacious. There is excellent WiFi and good cable. It is not conveniently located for an overnight stay as it is about eight miles from Coos Bay, but if you want an extended stay, it is worth the drive. We will be back probably for a lot longer next time.
If you are looking for a beautiful, quiet park in a small town on the Oregon coast, this is it. The owners have done a wonderful job of turning this park into a homey get away. They go out of their way to make sure everyone is happy. The restrooms and laundry are spotless and the general appearance of the park is welcoming with lots of nice landscaping and decorating. I cannot say enough about the work that the owners have put into this park. There is excellent cable, Wi-Fi, morning coffee and evening get-togethers, potlucks, and other activities. Agate hunting, beautiful beaches, and gorgeous hikes and scenery are close by. We will definitely return.
This RV park is nothing special and in fact: the bathrooms are public, cold, and the showers cost money. There is a laundromat at a cafe at the end of the park but it is old and very dirty. The park is gravel with cement patios. There is excellent cable and WiFi. That all being said, we loved it here. All of the sites have an incredible view of the ocean, especially those in the front row. The sound of the waves is wonderful. The views of the boats, beach, mountains, etc., is second to none. If I could rate the view, it would be a 20. We had intended to stay one week and extended it a second week once we saw the spot. The ambiance here is incredible. We will definitely be back. If you want a more pristine park, there are others nearby, but you won't regret choosing this one if you love the beach like we do. And the manager we thought was friendly, helpful and caring.
If I could give this park at 9.5, I would. There is no Wi-Fi available at the sites at this time but it is available at the office. The showers and laundry are older but are clean and adequate. We had site #74 right on the Rogue River which was absolutely spectacular. The park is nicely maintained and the office manager is very helpful and friendly. We enjoyed the week we stayed very much and would have stayed longer but they were booked, so reservations are recommended. WalMart is about 10 miles away. Crater Lake about an hour. This will be one of our favorites and we will definitely be back.
We chose this park based on the name and it did not disappoint. We could hear the sea lions on the rocks below the entire time we were here. Our site had a pretty view of the waves crashing on the rocks below, but it was also in full shade and thus was cold inside. Might choose a site up on the terraced area in the sunshine next time. The park is nice with good cable and Wifi. Showers and laundry are older but efficient and clean. We would stay here again. Loved the peace and quiet.
This is a very pretty park that is well maintained. The office staff are excellent. Easy access off and on the freeway and while there is some road noise, it isn't loud enough to keep you awake at night. Close enough to explore Eureka, Arcata, Ferndale, and even the redwoods. This is one of our favorite parks. We would stay here again and highly recommend it.
We chose this park based on previous ratings and on the fact that we do not like rustic campgrounds. This is a pretty park with nice owners who keep an eye on things. We liked the fact that each site has bushes between them which makes for privacy. We checked out other parks/campgrounds in the area, and while pretty, most were too rustic for us. We had excellent cable and Wi-Fi here. The showers are ok and the laundry is excellent. We would definitely return to this park and would recommend it over others in the area.
This small park next door to a casino is beautifully landscaped. The cable and Wi-Fi are OK. We had some road noise from our back-in site. It is spotlessly maintained, easy to locate and we would stay here again when in the area.
This park gets a 10 for peace and quiet. It is easy to get to from Hwy 5. You can see the highway about a mile away, but there is no noise from the traffic. There is no cable TV or Wi-Fi, but you won't miss it. There are a multitude of birds and ground squirrels to watch. There is an on-site camp host and the rules are enforced which is nice. The showers are a little funky, but the water is hot. The county keeps the grass mowed and everything is nicely maintained. We will be back.
We have stayed here before and this park continues to be one of our favorites. It is located on an island with a country feel. You would never guess you are in the middle of a huge metropolis area. The sites have a cement patio slab but you park on grass which can be muddy and soft in rainy weather. No cable TV and okay Wi-Fi. The park is well maintained, but it is the quiet country peacefulness that is it's greatest asset. You should make reservations because it is a popular rally park and will fill up most weekends. We will be back.
It is so strange that there are no nice RV parks in and around Sacramento. That being said, this is the nicest, nearest park. We were visiting relatives in Lincoln Hills and did not like any of the other options. This park is an old KOA. There are some permanents, but they are in good condition. We felt safe and secure enough to leave the rig while visiting all day. Showers and bathrooms were nice and clean. No cable but we did get some channels with the antenna. Wi-Fi was ok. We would stay again when in the area.
This park is immaculate and it is one of our favorites. The bathrooms and private showers are exceptional and so are the laundry facilities. The sites are nice with astro turf between each site. Streets and sites are paved with wide streets that allow for parking. Excellent cable and Wi-Fi and an excellent rate. It couldn't be nicer. Just an excellent park all around.
This is a clean and nicely maintained park. There are a lot of permanent workers here but the rigs are all nice and the sites are kept clean and neat. Management couldn't have been nicer. Excellent cable and Wi-Fi and although you can see the freeway, noise is at a minimum. We would stay here again.
This park is spotless and very well maintained. The showers and laundry facilities are also extremely clean. Management is very helpful and friendly. The park is conveniently located to lots of attractions, restaurants and shopping. Cable and Wi-Fi are excellent. Just a nice park overall. We will definitely stay again when in the Tahoe area.
We stay at this park as we travel between LA and Reno. The dirt sites are nice enough. The staff is very friendly. Wi-Fi is excellent with fair cable. The views from the park are beautiful. We did not want to take our rig into Death Valley so we made a day trip in our tow vehicle. It was a long day but we got to do and see what we wanted. It was nice to be able to come home to hot showers and TV. We will stay here again.
This small pretty park is one of our favorites. It is quiet and has tall blooming oleander bushes between each site for privacy. You are escorted to your site by super friendly hosts where registration takes place. Excellent WiFi and although there is no cable, we were able to get several nice channels with our antenna. This is our second visit and we will definitely return when passing through the area.
This is a huge park with lots of amenities and activities, including a golf course. The big draw here in winter is the weather. The location of the park does not render it convenient for an over-night stay but it is popular with snowbirds. There is excellent cable but the Wi-Fi, which is free, is non-existent. You would think a park of this size would have a better set up. Laundry and bathroom facilities are nice. Sites are close together and it is basically a large dirt parking lot. If you don't golf and don't like lots of sunshine, this isn't the place for you.
We were disappointed with our stay this year. The price does not include Wi-Fi or cable, which you have to call the cable company and order to have it installed!! We have never had to call a cable company before. Plus there is a $4 fee for garbage pickup!! Too many add ons for what you get, which is basically a huge paved parking lot. The spaces are very tight although this time of year, there are a lot of empty spaces. We noted the surrounding neighborhood is starting to decline. We aren't sure if we will return in the future. There are just too many other parks to choose from and nothing special offered by this one. If you like lots of park activities, this is the place for you.
This used to be a KOA but is now Good Sam. It is basically just a dirt parking lot, but the cable is adequate and the WiFi is excellent. There is some noise from the freeway but it didn't keep us up. Office staff were very friendly and we would definitely spend the night here again on a future trip.
This is one of our favorite parks mostly because it is close to a wonderful beach. I totally disagree with the previous post. The park is well maintained and its workers keep it immaculate. The bathrooms and showers are always spotless. The landscaping this year is poor; not by fault of the park but because of the Texas drought. The sites are spacious with nice patios and plenty of room for a truck or toad. There are a multitude of activities for winter Texans. The office staff tries it best to deal with a very busy season. This was our fourth winter here and we intend to return. The only faults we find are an unheated pool and poor Wi-Fi at times when it is busy. Yes, they did build a dog run, but this was voted as the most needed item by the park guests.
We stayed here for just one night on our way across Texas. The park is nice with spacious sites, although it is not what you would call a destination park. It is very quiet. The owners were very nice and welcoming, and provided us with a coupon for our next stop in Fort Stockton that saved us 20%. We would definitely stop here again.
We use this park for an overnight stop only. It is not a destination park. The services are adequate and it is very quiet. The office is closed until 2:00 pm because that is when everyone starts coming in for the night, and the park does fill up.
We had spot #10 right on the Guadalupe River and it was beautiful. The park is older but spotlessly maintained. There are permanent residents but they are all very friendly. The owner and office staff are just super. This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in and will be our favorite from now on in the area. We will definitely be back.
This is a sad looking park that has seen better days. But, with that said, we had excellent cable (including Showtime and HBO) and Wi-Fi at an excellent rate. The showers were spotlessly clean and very nice. The pull through sites are mostly in weeds. We stopped for an overnight stay because of the location. We would stop again even though it is not the resort it advertises itself to be. It is adequate.
We chose this park strictly because it offers Wi-Fi which none of the others in the area do. The directions seem difficult but it is really not that hard to find. We had a pull through site that was not totally level but not that bad. The setting is out in the country and is very quiet and beautiful. The owner is not interested in making his park a destination park, but they have done a lot of work on the roads and sites since the previous post evidently. Big rigs would have trouble getting around the narrow roads but our MH with tow did fine. We would stop here again. The Wi-Fi was excellent and we were greeted warmly. After stopping alongside of freeways for the past couple of nights, the quiet countryside was a nice break.
The sites in this park are awfully close together, especially on the weekends when it is full. We had to move our car to let a big rig get by. The park itself is pretty with lots of shade. We had good cable but no Wi-Fi the entire time we were here. We liked the location as it was easy to access and get around the area from. We would stay here again as we did not like the other RV park options in the area.
This park should get a 10+ for effort. In spite of being flooded out each spring, they are up and running and providing excellent services in the summer. They really took a beating this past spring. One shower unit was destroyed but there are two remaining and they are spotless. This is the only park where we have found free laundry with new machines!! There is good Wi-Fi but no cable TV. The view is second to none. It is one of our favorite parks in the country. It isn't perfect but they sure try. We will be back.
This is a nice park for an overnight visit. Easy access. Nice showers and level pull-through sites. Close to freeway with some traffic noise. Excellent cable and Wi-Fi, and office staff are nice too. Free shuttle to Lambert's which is terrific since it is one of our favorite places to eat. We would stop again.
After reading all of the horror stories about the St. Louis area, we were nicely surprised by this park. It is expensive and it is just basically a cement parking lot, but we felt very safe and secure here. There is a lot of noise from traffic and airplanes, but we are in the middle of a metropolis. The office staff were very nice. There is excellent cable and Wi-Fi. Getting to the Arch from here was a piece of cake. We went on Saturday to avoid traffic. We would definitely recommend this park for the St. Louis area.
This is an older, tired looking park that is OK for an overnight stay. The bathrooms are clean. The laundry is awful. The owner is nice but is not here full time, so there is a self check in system. What we did like about the location is all the history of Keokuk, the lock and dam, views of the Mississippi, and beautiful old homes. We did not have cable but had adequate Wi-Fi. The park is in a quiet location.
We stayed here overnight. It is not a destination park. Close to the Interstate, but there is lots of grass and a few nice trees for shade. The bathrooms were nice and clean. It is easy to find with easy access to the freeways.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this pretty park with the most beautiful setting we have found to date. The owner, goes out of his way to welcome his guests. His park shows pride of ownership. It is immaculate and homey. The sites are large and level. We did not have cable or Wi-Fi at our site although it is available at the homey rec room. Lots of grass and trees. We would definitely return.
We enjoyed our visit at this nice park. The sites are fairly level, spacious, with grass and trees. Excellent cable TV and Wi-Fi and the office staff is great. Showers and laundry are older but clean and efficient. Park is located out of the metro area but close enough to attractions including Mall of America and the incredible Renaissance Festival. We would return. Took Highway 169 to avoid having to go through the middle of the metro area, and it worked great.
This is a really nice park with lots of grass and trees. The sites are spacious and level. The owners are super nice and very involved in making sure the park is immaculate. The bathrooms are great and extremely clean. The sites were all leveled after being vacated. We had excellent cable and Wi-Fi at a spot near the office. Traffic noise was also not a problem. We would definitely return.
This park is beautiful. It is also immaculate. The owner goes out of her way to make sure you are happy and comfortable. The showers and WiFi are excellent. And yes, there is a train occasionally, but it isn't that bad. It goes through so fast the noise last for about a minute. Big Deal!!! We had a nice level site under shady trees. The pool is nice. No cable or I would have rated it a 10. We would definitely return. One of the nicer KOA's.
We almost did not stay here based on previous reviews, but we are glad that we did. We thoroughly enjoyed the week we spent in site #41 on a hill under a large oak tree. The park is quiet and rustic as the roads are dirt and uneven. The showers are $1.50 for 5 min, kind of steep. No laundry but excellent cable and Wi-Fi. We loved Bayfield and exploring the area. We would definitely return. There are other campgrounds in the area with no amenities so this one isn't that bad.
This is a pretty park located on a river and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The river sites are all permanent. Only a few of the transient sites have sewer hookups and the sites are close together. We had a nice spot under the trees with excellent cable and Wi-Fi. The bathrooms and laundry are older but clean. The owner has to be one of the nicest guys around. Unlike a previous post, we found that everyone at the park was friendly too. Most of the permanents have been coming to this park for generations. We would definitely return if in the area.
The rate reflects Passport America discount with no sewer hookups. Nice clean park with excellent showers, cable and Wi-Fi. Laundry is a big small but efficient. Owner is super nice and friendly. Pool was popular with kids. We would stay here again.
This park is ok and is nicer than some of the others in this city. The sites are on grass or dirt, with nice cable and WiFi. Bathrooms are ok. The pool seems to be the most popular amenity and there were lots of kids here in August. We were able to catch a free shuttle to the ferry boat to the Island. This is a typical KOA. We would stay here again.
This is the epitome of a luxury RV resort. It is beautiful and immaculate. The amenities are plentiful and perfect. High end motor coaches are parked separately from fifth wheelers. It is pricey but you are paying for a resort area. There is lots to see and do in nearby communities as well as Traverse City. We stayed a month and enjoyed it very much. We have no complaints and would return.
We were pleasantly surprised by this pretty park right on beautiful Lake Leelanau. There are lots of activities involving water, but the park is quiet for those of us who just want to relax and read. Staff is excellent. The park is well maintained. It is a bit pricey, but it comes with the area. There aren't many bad spots in the park, and we had one of the best with a view of the lake. We would return again.
We stayed here based solely on the perfect ratings but were very disappointed upon arrival. Yes, the roads and sites are paved and there is cable TV and Wi-Fi, and you do have access to a pool, spa, etc. at the nearby casino. But: it is just a big parking lot. There is nothing special about it. The landscaping was fair. Staff was ok. We had a good rate but there was no sewer hookup. Would have preferred staying elsewhere and will not return in the future.
This is an excellent park that is nicely maintained with paved roads and large paved sites. The sites are angled so that they are not close together. The showers are some of the best we have found. There are other parks in the area with a similar name so be sure to pick this one, as it is the best. We have no complaints about it at all and would definitely stay here again.
The best thing about this park are the beautiful, huge trees. We stayed in a premium site, but there are less expensive sites not under the trees. The showers, laundry, pool, cable and WiFi are all excellent. They have weird, short office hours but the staff are helpful and welcoming. The park is only about a mile from the beach and there is a wonderful bike path. The farmer's market downtown on Saturday is the best we have found. We enjoyed our stay here very much.
This is a gorgeous park and it is our favorite to date in the three years we have been traveling. It is immaculate and nicely landscaped. The showers, laundry, pool and other amenities are tops. The manager goes out of his way to make sure you have everything you want or need. We have no complaints about this park at all. It is a perfect vacation destination as they have everything close by including a marina. We would definitely return.
This is a huge, fairly new park with sites on grass. We were here over a holiday weekend and it filled up, but during the week, we were almost alone. We had a lot of rain so there was mud in the sites and some rigs got stuck. The showers are good, laundry adequate when not busy, pool very nice. There is no view of Lake Huron but there is a man made lake on the property. We did like the peace and quiet. There were lots of activities for the kids on the weekend.
We were here before the busy season starts, but on a three-day Canadian holiday weekend. The park is pretty with lots of grass and trees. There seem to be lots of activities for kids and plenty of space for campers. There are lots of RV's left here permanently. Because of the excessive rain, there is some mud, but overall the sites are all nice and large. The office staff was terrific. We compared other parks in the area and this was the best price. We had excellent cable TV and good WiFi. We would recommend this park to anyone visiting Niagara Falls.
This is one of the few parks that offered cable and WiFi close enough for a trip into Cleveland. The park is huge and is mostly full of rigs left by their owners who show up in the summer or on weekends. When we arrived, there was no one there, but by Friday night, most of the weekenders arrived and the air was filled with campfire smoke. The cable was excellent. There is lots of grass and trees. The bathrooms were ok. WiFi was mostly not available unless you went down to the office. The little town has lots of things for kids and wineries for adults.
This pretty park is family owned and operated by some of the best people we have met. They went out of their way to make sure we were safe and secure during some severe storms. The park has lots of grass and trees and the Elkhorn Creek surrounds the perimeter of the park. The kids are running it now and are working hard to fix it up better. The bathrooms and laundry are older but nice and very clean. The roads and site driveways need work but the sites are plenty spacious. We love this park and will definitely return.
This is a pretty campground with gorgeous bathrooms and showers. Our site on the lake with water, electric and sewer is $25 a night, with 50% off for senior card. You can't beat it! All sites are level with fire rings, picnic table, and patio area and the sites are spacious enough for two rigs. We would definitely return.
I have to disagree with previous reviews of 10 for this park. It is nice, but it is the noisiest park we have stayed in with the interstate right out front. The roads and sites are gravel and everything is nicely spaced apart. The laundry and showers are immaculate and nice. The owners have done all they can to make the park nice, but the noise level is just impossible to ignore. We would probably try a different park if in the area again.
We usually do not give a perfect rating to a campground that does not offer cable or WiFi, but this campground is spectacular. We had a premium site right on the lake which usually is $20 a night, but with the senior card, you get a 50% discount. All of the sites are paved, with patios, fire pits, a separate barbeque grill, picnic table and separate grilling table. It is spotlessly clean. The bathrooms and showers are wonderful and there is even laundry facilities, a little old, but still - a laundry room at a campground! We loved it here. It is peaceful and beautiful. The registration staff were terrific. We will definitely be back.
This is a small park with sites crammed into tight spots. The showers and laundry are old but clean. The office staff is helpful. There are lots of trees. Cable and WiFi at site are both excellent. We would stay here again. Easy to find and close to Natchez Trace.
This is basically a parking lot in the middle of a mobilehome park. There is lots of trees and grass so it is not unpleasant. But with that said: the sites are extremely tight. I could not access the women's bathroom with the code and the office closed early so we were unable to use the showers. It is easy to find: right off the Natchez Trace and good for an overnight stay. I think a stay in one of the Trace campgrounds would be nicer, even though this one has nice cable TV and WiFi.
This beautiful park is now one of our favorites. The location right on the Mississippi River with views from all sites is rated a 20. The showers are older but spotlessly clean. The laundry is nice with commercial machines. The office staff is wonderful and very helpful. The only negatives, poor Wi-Fi except at the office, no cable except limited with antennae, and gravel roads that cause dust with heavy traffic. The River Walk is gorgeous. We will definitely return.
We stayed two nights and got one night free with a coupon. This is a beautiful, newer park. All streets and sites are cement and everything is nicely maintained and landscaped. There is a free, frequent shuttle to the nearby casino right to your RV. Excellent cable and WiFi. We would stay here again.
We came to this park strictly from the excellent reviews and we were not disappointed. This is indeed a 10 rating RV resort. The pool, bathrooms, laundry and other amenities are all spotlessly maintained, first class, and excellent. The owners go out of their way to make your stay perfect. We have nothing bad to say about the park. It was full over spring break, but we still enjoyed it. We would definitely come again if in the area.
This is the third year we have stayed at this park for short visits during the winter and we were disappointed this year. The park seems more run down, crowded and not as nice as before. There are more permanent residents now. The landscaping was damaged in the heavy rains and is not being repaired. The laundry and bathrooms are ok. There are lots of things to do for kids. The park feels more like a mobile home park now. We will try a different park on our next visit.
This is one of our favorite parks and we have wintered here for the past three years. The rate reflects the monthly cost. Maintenance and cleanliness of the park is second to none. We love the beach access which is the main reason we return. There are lots of activities. Shopping and dining out are reasonably close. We love it here and will be back.
We loved this beautiful RV resort. We chose one of the sites along the river where we watched many deer every morning and night. The grass and large trees are incredible. There are sites more out in the open for those that do not like shady trees. We were able to explore all of Hill Country from this location and loved the quiet nights. The staff is excellent and everything is spotlessly maintained. Great cable and WiFi although they do cost extra. We will definitely be back.
We chose this park because of the excellent ratings; however, we just do understand why it is rated so high. This park is basically a large, gravel parking lot. There is a smattering of grass and some small trees. The showers and bathrooms are very nice and the sites are very large. However, the park is located 15 miles from town and an hour from Carlsbad Caverns. We just don't feel this park has enough appeal to stay here again and would choose to stay at a park in Carlsbad next time. There is nothing out here except quiet.
This is a small, quiet park. We had one of the back-in sites in the back of the park under large shade trees, which was nice. It is not a destination location, but is fine for a few days while exploring the UFO Incident. Nice cable and Wi-Fi. Showers are older but clean. We would stay here again.
This beautiful park is one of our favorites. It is perfectly maintained, has lots of grass and trees with paved roads and sites. The staff is excellent. A free continental breakfast is offered every morning. Showers, bathrooms and laundry facilities are spotless and excellent as are the cable TV and WiFi. The park is located outside of town where it is safe but close enough to all attractions. The only thing that keeps us from giving a 10 rating is the noise from the freeway. We will definitely return again.
This is a nice, quiet park with paved roads and sites. There is some landscaping and a nice pool. The sites are a little close. Excellent cable and Wi-Fi for a small fee. It is about 25 miles north of Albuquerque and close to Wal-Mart, shopping, restaurants and attractions in the area. We would stay here again.
This park is in a very quiet location with nice, large sites. The road and sites are gravel. Staff is friendly. Not a destination park but sufficient for one or two nights. We would stay here again if in the area.
We were here after Labor Day so all of the amenities were closed like breakfast, ice cream, pizza, etc. But the pool was very nice as were the showers and laundry facilities. The staff was excellent: friendly and helpful. This is not the prettiest KOA we have been to. Our site was secluded but close to freeway noise. The roads are gravel and dirt which means dust. We would probably stay at the other park in town next time which looked like it has grass and trees.
We were able to squeeze into a river spot and enjoyed the sound of the water. The sites are very tight and the roads are gravel. The views of the mountains are spectacular. You can walk to the hot springs. WiFi was excellent. We would stay here again.
This is a very pretty little park in a pretty little town. The roads and sites are all nicely graveled with cement patios. A small stream runs at the back of the property and you can hear the water at night which is very soothing. The owners are super friendly and show pride of ownership. We loved the large shade trees and the solitude. We would definitely stay here again. (Cable TV has recently been discontinued by the cable company.)
This is a very pretty park with nice gravel roads, large level sites, grass and trees. The town of Montrose is also pretty with all the needed amenities. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. The park shows pride of ownership. We would definitely stay here again.
This little park (not an RV resort) is located right on the Arkansas River with lots of pretty sites on the river bank. We opted not to pay the extra $15 for a river site since we were only stopping overnight. However, it is pretty enough to spend a summer here. The manager is very friendly and helpful. We would like to return and explore the area more. No cable TV but the WiFi is excellent.
This was one of our favorite RV parks. It is in a great location with large trees, paved streets and cement patios. The cable and WiFi were great. Laundry facilities and showers were spotless and efficient, although you do have to wait a long time for hot water in the shower. The staff was helpful and friendly. We would consider spending the summer months here. We loved Colorado Springs as there is lots to do.
We were disappointed in this park as it is basically just a giant dirt parking lot. The sites are terraced and fairly level and nicely spaced apart. The showers are ok, the laundry is good, cable TV was excellent, and WiFi ok. The park is close to everything. There are no trees in most spaces and the grass is ugly. But the park was full most nights, so reservations are recommended.
This park is located out in the country, so it is quiet but not convenient for just an overnight stay. It offers lots of amenities, especially for kids, like a pool, fishing lake, boating, bike rentals, game room and a gym. The sites are cement and level but the roads are gravel. The laundry facilites are the best we have found with new, big, efficient machines. The laundry and restrooms are spotless but the grounds and lake seem shabby and need more maintenance to improve the appearance. We would stay here again if we were going to be in the area for a few days.
This little park is perfect for an overnight stay. The owner was very friendly. The sites are nice size with a covered picnic table. There was great cable TV and fair WiFi. We would stop again if in the area.
This is a nicely maintained park with a great staff. It overlooks a beautiful valley close to the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The WiFi did not work while we were here for two nights. The showers were spotlessly clean. We would stay here again.
Luckily, we made reservations ahead of time. This is a busy park that fills up every night and we heard that some people were turned away. We had a nice site under large trees next to the restrooms. Other sites are extremely tight and not as nice. Park has excellent cable, Wi-Fi and laundry facilities. There is lots to do in Cody. We stayed a week and loved it here. We would definitely stay here again but would try to get one of the larger sites.
You won't find a prettier location for an RV park, or nicer people running a park than this one. It is located five miles off the highway in a green valley surrounded by mountains so it is peaceful and beautiful. The sites in the center are tight with not much view and all roads are dirt which means lots of dust. Because the park is only open for six months during the summer, reservations are definitely recommended; the sooner the better. The rates are the best in the area. The laundry dryers were inefficient and caused us to use a nearby laundromat. We were disappointed with the Internet which was fair, but considering the location, you are lucky to get any at all. Cell phone service is also limited. There is lots to do here besides going into West Yellowstone, about 20 miles away. We will definitely be back.
This park is in a beautiful location right on the Snake River. The sites are a little tight, the roads are gravel, but there are lots of nice trees so the park is pretty. It is expensive but other parks in the area are the same or more expensive. We had a back in site at the back of the park just above the river, which was nice. The pull thrus are limited and most share two rigs to a space. But given the other alternatives, we would stay here again.
Another dirt parking lot. Excellent laundry and shower facilities. Great cable and pretty good internet. Nice, friendly staff. Not a destination resort. The park empties out most every day only to be almost full at night because it is near the interstate. Despite being close to the freeway, however, it is quiet. We checked out a park in Green River and this one is the better choice. We would stay here again.
This is an ok park. We stayed two nights while touring the national park and museum. The sites are extremely close together. The staff is friendly and helpful. We might try the other park in town if we should return. This one is nothing special.
We chose this park because the other one in town got such awful reviews. This is a pretty park with lots of grass and big trees, plus it is out in the country so it is very quiet. However, the sites are extremely close together. Even though the park wasn't full, we were put right next to another rig. Why do parks do that? The park has an unkempt look and it just isn't a favorite. The owner was not very friendly when we got propane and acted like we were a bother. We would stay here again only because the choices are limited.
This is a nice KOA with lots of grass and large trees. The sites are nice, level and fairly spacious. Showers and laundry facilities are excellent. There is a scary looking trailer park next door which the owners are in the process of eliminating. The location of the KOA is quiet. We would stay here again.
Despite not having cable TV, we are giving this beautiful park a perfect score. It is immaculately maintained (they sweep every site when vacated), beautifully landscaped with trees and grass, and the staff is wonderful. The streets are paved and the sites are cement and level. Free WiFi at site is exceptional. The showers are some of the nicest we have seen. We also took advantage of 'Ultimate Detailing' to clean and wax our rig on site efficiently and reasonably (thanks to them and their crew). The park is conveniently located to Bryce, Cedar Breaks and Zion. We would love to return and stay longer next time.
Not our favorite KOA but considering the area, the park was fine for a brief stay. The laundry and shower facilities were spotlessly clean and nice. Staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are all dirt and fairly level. Despite being close to the road, it is very quiet because of light traffic. It is close to several national parks so is a good base for exploring. We would stay here again.
This is a nicely maintained park, in a pretty setting. The sites are fairly level on dirt with shade trees. The pool just opened and there is a very nice gift shop in the office. The staff was helpful and friendly. We took part in the offered cookout, which was very good. WiFi was slow but ok. We would stay here again.
This is an immaculate park, with nice sites under shady trees. The showers are excellent and the laundry facilities very nice. It is located south of town a bit, but still convenient to everything and quiet. Excellent cable and internet from our site. We would definitely stay here again. By the way, the City Market in town was a nice surprise, with great selections and prices.
We had originally planned on staying at a park closer to the entrance of Mesa Verde Nat'l Park, but when we saw this park in Cortez, we decided to check it out. It is a nice park with lots of shade trees. The pull through sites are large and level. The showers and laundry facilities are excellent. We have free cable TV and internet at our site that are also excellent. This was definitely the best choice in the area, as when we checked out the other park, it was less appealing. We would stay here again.
This is a beautiful park with nice sized sites that are level, located beneath gorgeous red rock buttes and with a view of Monument Valley. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The showers and laundry are superb and there is an indoor pool. There are a nearby grocery store, another laundromat, gas station, restaurant and tours right from the RV park. We took the all day tour and it was fabulous: we highly recommend it. We would stay here again if in the area. You get a discount on the tour with your Good Sam membership too.
This is a free campground inside park boundaries that offers only restrooms, no showers. There is a park host on site so we felt safe. It is a pretty campground with lots of shade trees. The sites are on the small size, but we saw big rigs squeeze in. There were a lot of stray dogs roaming around which caused problems for RVers trying to walk their pets.
We chose this park as a base to visit the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert. The park is quiet, spacious and nicely maintained. The sites are all pull-throughs which we felt were plenty big. The laundry is large and inexpensive. The showers are also large and though dated, are very clean. The new owner says he is working hard to not only improve the RV park, but the adjacent mobile-home park, which we did not feel threatened by in the least, like someone else reported in a previous rating. The staff went out of their way to make us welcome and we would definitely return. They accept Good Sam, AAA or KOA discounts.
This is a very pretty park backed up to a hill with lots of pine trees and paved roads. Our site was not level but workers were re-graveling all of the sites. There was maintenance work being done constantly while we were here. This is one of the cleanest and nicely maintained parks we have been in. The staff was wonderful. The park is conveniently located to all nearby attractions and to downtown shopping and restaurants. We would definitely stay here again.
This is an adequate park inside the Grand Canyon Park boundaries, so it is easily accessible to the rim and all amenities. We stayed a week and it was supposedly full every day, so reservations are definitely needed. We decided to extend our stay because it snowed for three days, not enough to be troublesome; just enough to be a bother. The shuttle bus comes to the park. The restrooms are heated and clean. The sites are uneven, but spacious enough. We would definitely prefer to stay here in the Park should we return again to the Canyon.
This is a nice park, easy to locate, and although it is next to the railroad tracks, it is quiet except for an occasional train. The laundry and shower facilities are excellent and the staff was friendly and helpful. The sites and road are all paved, with picnic tables at each spot. Cable TV and WiFi are free and good. We would stay here again.
This park has gravel roads and the sites are a little too close together. We liked that it was away from the hustle of the other casinos on the river in Laughlin. This area definitely seems to appeal to the older crowd while Vegas appeals to the younger set. The casino had everything to offer that you would want, including movie theatres. The park is close to shopping in Arizona. We would stay here again.
After reading some of the previous reviews, we were almost reluctant to stay here, but we are happy we did stay. This park is huge, spotlessly clean and maintained, with excellent security. The showers and laundry were also excellent and efficient. The staff was helpful and friendly. The park is conveniently located close to the freeway, strip, shopping and several Wal-Marts. It is definitely not run down and yes, it is located close enough to the airport where you can hear the planes, but so is every place in Vegas. If you want lots of trees and greenery, don't stay in Vegas! We would definitely stay here again. We stayed a week and received one free day.
We have stayed here previously and still find it more than adequate for an overnight stay. The park is actually pretty this time of year with lots of trees, bushes and birds. The laundry and shower facilities are very nice.
We stayed here for a week while we attended the Rose Parade. The park is very quiet even though it is close to the highway. The staff was very helpful. The sites are a little close but are adequate for big rigs. We would stay here again.
We stayed here while visiting friends on the island. It would not be a destination park unless you were a fisherman or boater since it is close to the Delta. The showers and laundry are adequate. The park is out in the country so it is very quiet with nice trees and grass. The sites are level and spacious and the park is secure.
This is our second overnight stay and the park remains well maintained and pristine. The showers are wonderful and the laundry facilities are more than adequate this time of year when it isn't very crowded. The best part is to be able to pick fresh wonderful oranges right off the tree outside your door. We will be back.
This is a lovely park close to the KOA but further back from the freeway and thus, much quieter. We were warmly greeted and escorted to a secluded spacious site. The facilities are nearly new and spotless. The only thing that keeps it from being a 10 is that there is no cable tv, but then, there is none available anywhere in Needles. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a large beautiful RV resort with lots of amenities and planned activities for winter snow birds. There is a golf course on site. The park is a little difficult to find but well worth calling for directions. The sites are spacious and the restrooms and showers are immaculate. We enjoyed a prime rib dinner for $12.95 that was excellent. We would definitely return.
This is a brand new park located half way between Tucson and Yuma, right off Highway 10. It is beautiful, nicely landscaped with citrus trees and has lots of amenities and activities. It would be a perfect snow bird location but we just stayed over night. The sites are all gravel with cement streets, good satellite TV and Wi-Fi for a fee. It is quiet and easy to find and get to. We would stay here again.
We chose to stay in Willcox rather than travel into Tucson. This is a parking lot in back of what looks like an old motel. The cable and Wi-Fi are both excellent. The other RVers here are very friendly. It is not a destination spot, but is adequate for an overnight stay.
This park is basically a parking lot but it does have good cable TV and Wi-Fi. The freeway noise was minimal and it has easy access on and off. We would probably try a different park if in the area again.
We spent the month of November at this nice park this year. This is our second visit. The park is well maintained, the restrooms and showers are spotless and the laundry is excellent. There is some freeway noise depending on location of your site. There are lots of planned activities, nice pools, spa, and exercise room. This is the nicest park in New Braunfels in our opinion. We will definitely be back.
We love this park mostly because of the location next to a fabulous beach. The park is spotlessly maintained, with loads of activities, and a great staff. The restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are top notch. The sites are all cement with nice patio areas. This is our second time during pre-winter season and it is one of our favorite places. We will definitely be back.
We were very disappointed in the Escapees Headquarters as it is basically a parking lot. The best part about staying here is the rate. We expected an RV resort. Most of the nicer park sites are for permanent residents. There are lots of amenities and activities but the park itself and the surrounding area are not very attractive. The staff was wonderful and very helpful in assisting to transfer residency to Texas. We would not return to this area if we did not have to.
This park is right off US171 with easy on/off access. Traffic noise however was slight and did not interfere with our sleep. The park is adequate for an overnight stay but is not a destination location. There are no showers available, just restrooms and laundry. The new owner was probably one of the nicest we have met in our travels. He is working on improving the park. We would stay here again overnight if in the area.
This park is well maintained and the spots are cement, level, landscaped with grass and trees, with good TV and internet. The park is located across the street from the casino on the Mississippi River. There is a free shuttle which is nice. There is lots to go see and do in Vicksburg. We enjoyed our stay and would stay here again.
This park was fine for an overnight stay. It is not what we would call an RV resort. The spaces were level and the park was clean. The office clerk was very nice. It was convenient to the freeway with some traffic noise. It is not a destination park but we would stop overnight again if in the area.
This is a lovely park on top of a mountain. We chose to stay here because the other choices in Huntsville did not appeal to us. It is not easy to get to and would not work for just overnight. We had a large pull through. We did not get to enjoy the views or the park itself because it rained the entire time we were here. We would return when visiting Huntsville again.
This is a quiet, nicely maintained park right off Hwy. 75, with easy access. Nice laundry and shower facilities. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Camping World nearby. We would stay here again.
We stayed here overnight during the week. When we first arrived, there was hardly anyone here but by nightfall, the place was full. It is close to the freeway with easy access, but far enough so that there is no traffic noise. The park is well maintained, sites are spacious and level and there is free cable and Wi-Fi. We would stay here again but not for more than a day or two.
We stayed one night during the week in the fall season and the park was nearly empty. It is located in a beautiful setting and is very well maintained. It is a little difficult to find but there are signs posted to mark the way. We really enjoyed the country setting and serenity. We would stay here again.
This campground is in a beautiful setting next to a small river. There are a lot of activities for families with kids, same as a KOA. The spots are a little tight, and there is no good place to turn around if you miss your turn down your row. We loved the quiet atmosphere and we were even here on a weekend when it was pretty full. We would camp here again.
This is a beautiful campground out in the peaceful countryside. The park is well maintained. Our site is level and spacious and the Wi-Fi is excellent. The only downside is that we felt the cost was high. We would definitely camp here again.
This is a very nice, clean KOA with lots of family amenities. Our site is gravel and not level, but it is close enough to work. The most amazing part of the park is the laundry facility, which is huge. This time of year, the park is not particularly pretty. The national park next door was disappointing and not worth the trip to Harper's Ferry. We would probably not stay here again.
This is a large campground, spotlessly maintained, with lots of activities for families. The only downside was it isn't a particularly pretty campground. Our site was level on gravel/rock. Office help wasn't particularly friendly and did not go out of their way to be of assistance because they were too busy. Wal-Mart is 15 mi. away in Lebanon. We would stay here again.
The best part of this park is the quiet location. We thought about staying in the Conway area and were glad we didn't, as that area is so commercialized and hectic. If you have kids, Conway would probably be more appealing. For us, we liked the serenity of Timberland. We were able to explore the White Mountains and northern New Hampshire easily and without congestion. The facilities are dated but spotlessly clean. We would camp here again.
Our rate was due to our membership discount. We stayed here one night. The park is getting ready to close for the winter. There are several permanents that look sleazy that take away from the appeal of the park. The location out in the country is very pretty. The showers were very clean and nice. We heard gunshots late at night. Do not think we would return.
This is one of our favorite spots we have found to date. Each site has a spectacular view of water. The facilities are spotless. The owners go out of their way to make your stay the best possible. There is no Internet and cell phones are limited, but we loved it here and definitely would return.
We chose this campground over the one in Lubec because it was rated higher but upon comparing the two, we moved to Lubec. This park has nice views. The office was not that friendly. Wi-Fi is available for $3 an hour or $30 per month. If we return to the area, we will stay in Lubec.
We made reservations here months in advance, hoping for a view of the water. We were disappointed after checking in because our site only had a view of the group camping in front of us. It took three trips to the office trying to get the clerk to let us have a different spot closer to the water. The park is ok but it is no way worth the price. The showers are spotless; the laundry is nice. Our spot had a nice view but it was on unlevel grass and mud. We would check out other campgrounds if we returned to the area.
This park is located out in the country in a community named Hermon, a suburb of Bangor. It is well maintained and the spaces are level and spacious. The bathrooms are spotless. There are only two laundry machines but it is adequate. We enjoyed activities put on by the park and were able to tour the Bangor area easily from the park's location. We would camp here again.
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. The view is spectacular. The park is small and peaceful. The sites are roomy and level and everything is well maintained. The showers are great. The laundry is small; only two machines. Staff was nice. We definitely would camp here again.
There really is nothing wrong with this park, but it wasn't one of our favorites. The park definitely caters to the big rigs. There were very few showers for this size park and they were older and cost money, although they were clean. The laundry was sufficient but a little expensive. A free newspaper is delivered to each site each weekday which is nice. The staff was ok. It was a good location from which to explore the surrounding areas. We would probably stay here again just because there is not much else in the area.
This park is large and in a quiet location. There are lots of activities for families with kids. Everything is clean and nice. We were given a spot in the open which is like a parking lot, although the space is big and level. We had to run the AC because we were in full sun and park rules state you must pay an additional fee if you run the AC. We had very limited Internet and no cable. The park itself was ok, but I would look at another if we returned to this area.
This is by far our favorite campground to date. Because it is an adult park, it is very quiet and serene. The adjacent meadow is beautiful. The bathrooms are spotless. The laundry is efficient and reasonable. The sites were level and plenty roomy although some of the huge rigs were tight. We had excellent cable and Internet at our site. The owners go out of their way to make your stay perfect. We loved it here and would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park, conveniently located to the beach, which you can access via the local trolley. We were told we got the last spot available, however, that was only on weekends. The rest of the time, the spot next to us was empty. The park is spotlessly clean and the showers and laundry are very nice, although the laundry is the most expensive we have paid ($2.50 to wash and $2.50 to dry). While it lists itself as a resort, it does not have a resort feel and the spaces are very close together. We would probably check around for something more reasonable next time.
We were given a shady spot in the back of the camp in between permanent RVs that was very nice. The owners are working to make improvements to the roads and sites by putting in gravel and woodchips. The showers were clean but older. This park is OK for an overnight stay but we would not want to stay longer. The beaches close by were beautiful, but watch out for Sunday night traffic.
We camped here rather than out on Cape Cod. The park was surprisingly quiet. We were camped under trees in a grassy/muddy site. There are patio sites available for an additional fee. The showers were clean but dated. The park was hard to find due to construction in the area and no street sign. We would camp here again if in the area.
We wanted to find an out of the way destination for over the 4th of July holiday that would be pretty and the weather would be cooler. This KOA was the perfect pick. It is a very pretty campground and the owners go out of their way to be accommodating. Everything is neat and clean. We had a spot on the side next to a farm. The park was full but we were not cramped. We were able to explore most of Vermont from here too. We would definitely return. It is gorgeous here.
We chose this park because of the low nightly rate. The other more popular park in Lake George would have cost double. There are new owners here. Most of the park is permanent residents although their homes are nice. Our site was shady and quiet. This park is centrally located for all activities in the Adirondacks. We would camp here again.
The best part about this park is the owners. They go out of their way to try to accommodate whatever you need to make your stay a good one. We wanted internet, so we moved from our assigned spot in the trees to the top, but we still were not able to get internet, which was disappointing. The park is pretty, easy to get to and close to everything in Cooperstown. We would camp here again.
This park is in a pretty setting but we were very disappointed after staying here a week. They advertised tv and internet services, but we could not get either. The office just washed their hands of the problems and said there was nothing they could do about it. You have to pay for a shower and one of them was out of order. Also the hand dryer in the restroom did not work. The lake is not very pretty here, although it is pretty closer to town. The park was not full but we were assigned a spot in the dirt next to a large family. We requested that we be moved but there was no sewer there. We would rather put up with that than be next to a bunch of kids. We would not stay here again although there is not a lot of selection in Vermont. This is the only Good Sam Park we have ever disliked.
We really loved this campground and extended our stay to take advantage of the bus tour offered from the park into New York City, which was fabulous. The park is beautiful. The sites are spacious, private, perfect. There are lots of kid friendly activities. Lots of showers and laundry facilities. Staff were friendly and helpful. The only downside is the cost but we would camp here again.
This campground is in a beautiful setting on Otter Lake. You have to traverse a narrow, windy road for seven miles to reach the campground so it is not easily accessible for a one or two night stay. There are a lot of permanents here but they are all nicely maintained. We had good cable and WiFi in our spot on the lake. The only downside we feel is the high nightly rate. We enjoyed the indoor pool. We would return again for an extended stay only.
This is a pretty campground. The sites are gravel, level and nicely spaced. It is close to the highway so the noise level is high during the day, but levels off at night. Cable TV is great but Wi-Fi was mostly OK, however, staff was respondent to issues. We loved the grass and trees and watching rabbits in the evening. We were close enough for a day trip to Philadelphia. We would stay here again.
We loved this park. It is located out in the country where the only sounds are the many birds singing. It is lush and lovely. The sites are spacious, gravel and level. Lush landscaping between the sites allows for privacy. We had good WiFi reception because we were in a site close to the office. We were able to rent a CD of the Gettysburg tour at the office which we very much enjoyed. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely camp here again.
This is a beautiful park with spacious and level sites. However, there was a small site next to ours that when filled caused us to be cramped. The park is spotlessly clean, lush and lovely. We enjoyed touring Washington, DC, with bus and trains easily accessible from the park. Restrooms and laundry facilities were perfect. The staff were all informed and friendly. We would definitely camp here again.
We had a waterfront site all by ourselves so had plenty of solitude. We did not have cable or Wi-Fi and it rained the two days we were here, so it wasn't the best time to visit. The showers were just OK, did not use the laundry. We would come back here again if we were ever back in the area.
This was one of the most disappointing parks we have stayed in. 99% of the sites are privately owned with only about 20 "transient sites" available. They had just opened for the season on May 1, when we arrived. Most of the owners were there cleaning up their sites and mowing their yards, but the park basically looks like a trailer park. The showers were tacky with no adjustable controls and the water kept shutting off every 30 seconds or so. There is no Wi-Fi even though their ad says they have it. We would not camp here again. We feel it is extremely over rated and not worth the high nightly rate. The water front sites are on a canal and the nightly rate is $80 for them.
We chose this campground because it has beach access, which is great. The showers are a little older but were clean. The laundry facilities were nice. The staff were all excellent and went out of their way to be helpful. We loved the park but the island is isolated. We do not fish or sail or surf. We enjoyed a visit to Kitty Hawk but otherwise, just stayed in camp and enjoyed the beach. We would come here again. Our refrigerator died but thanks to Bill's RV Repairs, we were up and running in no time. Thanks to the park for the referral and thanks to Bill.
This is definitely not a destination park, but was sufficient for an overnight stay. The owners were great. The park amenities are older but the showers were adequate. There are a lot of RVs permanently parked here that are used by fishermen who come to the area. The peaceful serenity of the park is it's greatest feature. We would stay here again but only overnight.
This park is gorgeous and perfect. The landscaping is lush and manicured throughout. The staff are wonderful and the facilities are spotless. There are two pools and all the sites have cement patios. We were only able to access WiFi at the office, but that was a minor inconvenience. We have nothing negative to say about this park at all. We would definitely stay here again although Hilton Head itself was not our cup of tea. Most of the beach is private and everything is pricey. But if you like shopping and boating, it is ideal.
This is a huge park with spaces close to the beach. In fact, we could see the ocean from our site. The showers were clean but are old and the floor was always wet. The store and pool were not open but the indoor pool was. Cable was great and good WiFi was available for a fee. The best feature for us is the beach. We extended our stay to nearly three weeks total. At this time of the year, there is no one here basically. The sunrises were spectacular. We would definitely come back this time of year again.
This is a pretty park but the sites are close together. The restroom and shower facilites are older but clean. Cable and Internet access are great. We were very disappointed to not be able to park for free and go to the ocean beach anywhere on the island. All beach access is either labeled private or you have to pay for hourly parking. You can walk to the river beach from the park about three blocks away. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
We stayed here because Jekyll Island was full and after comparing the two, we think we got the best place. The sites are very spacious and private. The park has lots of lush vegetation. The restroom facilites are a little dated, but clean. Internet access was slow but adequate. We enjoyed watching Cardinals and racoons. Park staff was very friendly and helpful. We were able to tour the surrounding islands and area easily from this location. We would stay here again.
The best thing about this park is the location across the highway from the beach on one side and next to the river on the back side. All sites have privacy due to thick trees and brush. The sites are very large and level, but the roads are all sand. The facilities are outdated, the laundry machines are old, inefficient and expensive. The staff was friendly. There is cable available, but WiFi is only at the office. We would stay here again.
This is a pretty park with lots of trees and grass. The site was very level and nicely spaced. While it is located close to the Interstate, the traffic noise is muted by the trees. The restrooms and showers are older but were spotlessly clean. The staff is very friendly. We were pleasantly surprised by how pretty this park is. We stayed here several days and used it as a base to go sightseeing to Clinch State Park, Fernandina Beach, Okefenokee Swamp and St. Marys. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for two months this past winter. We had never been to Port Aransas before and fell in love with it. The weather was perfect and the park is located just over the dunes from a fabulous beach. The staff was wonderful and there are lots of planned daily activities. The park is mostly cement but it is pretty and the sites are all level with cement patios. Everything was spotless and we really loved it. We would definitely return to this park.
We absolutely loved this park right on the beach. We paid a premium price to park on the beach, but for a short stay, it was worth it. The park was full of snowbirds who had been there several months. This would be a place we would like to stay longer but in one of the cheaper spaces. The park is secure, nicely landscaped, has lots of activities, and is very pretty. The sites on the beach are close together but you don't notice because everyone is so friendly and the view is spectacular. We would definitely come here again.
This park is located right in the middle of a large metropolis area; however, we were pleasantly surprised when we arrived. The park has lots of huge trees and vegetation. It is very lush with grass at all the sites and it is quiet despite being close to a heavy traffic area. There are pull thru sites but it is tight with all the trees. We loved the atmosphere and feel of the park overall. The staff was very nice. We would stay here again.
This is a large park with lots of trees. Our site was level with a nice large cement patio. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable and we were escorted to our site. It is located about 30 minutes from the beach areas. We would definitely stay here again.