In contrast to some of the poor reviews, we had a very pleasant stay. In fact we are still here as I type this. Our greeting upon arrival was very pleasant and professional. We did not experience any of the rude behavior mentioned in some of the older reviews. Interior roads are a bit narrow, but passable. Getting situated in the site is a bit of a challenge for larger units, but again is doable with patience. We had a site in the newer "premium" section. The site is quite large and not crowded by your neighbors. the only real downside is that there is no fire pit on the site. This location is close to everything you might want to do in the Holland area. It is very much a family oriented campground.
Stayed for a week while visiting Washington D.C. Some of the sites are a bit tight, but adequate even for us with two slide outs. Good paved interior roads with crushed stone sites. Our site was near level and included a crushed stone patio, picnic table and firepit. Public transportation is available in the park to go to the Metro (subway) station to access all parts of the city. WiFi connection was good for us with a solid and steady signal. Nicely stocked camp store and a better than average RV supply store on site. Very knowledgeable staff on site to explain available tours in the city. We found every staff member to be very helpful and friendly. Unlike others, we did not find the highway noise at all distracting. After all, you are in a highly populated area, we didn't expect a quiet wilderness setting. The snack bar on site serves up good breakfast and sandwiches at reasonable prices. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
We got here after dark and the office was closed. Just needed a place for one night. Electrical service was good as was the cable. Many of the park's amenities were not available yet. Rained all day before we arrived. Roads are crushed stone and were a bit soft due to the rain. Some sites were too muddy for us to park. Sites not particularly level, but close enough for our 36' rig for one night. After looking around the next morning made us wonder about the high Good Sam rating, but all in all a nice park.
This is a huge park. Some roads paved, others gravel. We stayed in one of the "premium" patio sites with a nice patio table and chairs instead of the normal picnic table. They charge a nightly $6 "resort fee" that covers everything except horseback riding. Tons of activities for the kids. Wi-Fi at our sight was marginal at best and could use improvement. Staff was terrific. The bath house at our area was a bit tight. Stalls and showers kept clean, but small. Other bath houses were newer and nicer. We stayed here four nights on a deal to buy three nights and the fourth was free. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely return again.
Very nice park located just outside the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. We stayed here for 2 nights. All sites are back in, but we were lucky enough to have an empty site behind us, so it became a pull through. WiFi service was fair but dropped the connection often. Cell phone service ranged from very poor to non existant. We have Verizon service and did better than most with other services. Wonderful location and very scenic. Lots to do in and around the park, but we came to see the national park. All interior roads and sites are gravel. We were happy here and would gleefully stay again.
We are staying here as I type this. This is NOT a resort type campground, but is perfectly suitable for our purposes. We are here in KC visiting a friend who lives in the area. The site is gravel and fairly level. There are no amenities worth mentioning here. Just a place to park with hookups. Very conveniently located to just about anything in KC area. On the plus side, the WiFi works great.
The park is all pull throughs. It can get a bit noisy with train noise. The location is directly across the river from the Arch. We were disappointed that there is no Wi-Fi available at the RV park. The hotel has Wi-Fi but there is an exorbitant charge for it. If you are traveling with children there is a small play area. Be warned that children can not even enter the casino pavilion to eat in the restaurants! We are traveling with our 10 yr old grandson and thought the buffet would be a good dinner stop, NOT. The location and price are convenient and fit our travel plans. The absence of W-Fi was a downer. The park is mostly a parking lot with hookups, but good for an overnight stop.
We stayed here for 2 nights on our two week trip. The Wi-Fi is spotty, but OK. This is a very hilly area and the roads in have some very steep and long grades. The staff here has been wonderful, quick to deal with any issues. Shuttle to Branson shows and attractions available at the campground. We had several guests today and were not charged any sort of guest fee, even though they used the pool and other facilities. Sites are a bit small, but to be expected in an attraction area like Branson. All in all we had a good stay here.
Just returned from another wonderful stay at Hearthside Grove. Expansion work continues on an already magnificent park. This is a "Condo" park, but has spaces for rent also. This is a class A motorhome park only. We stayed on a free offer. The sites are all nicely landscaped (some exceptionally landscaped) with nice level concrete pads. The entrance is now gated and manned. Wi-Fi available at site was strong and reliable. The staff is terrific: even have a concierge staff to tend to your every need. Every member of the staff is exceptionally friendly and helpful. There is even a courtesy car to borrow for those that need to run to the local grocery. While this is not a true kids park: the pool area is now complete and there is plenty of room to ride bikes and areas to play, however there are no developed playgrounds. Everything here is spotless. I think that this will end up rated as one of the top Class A resorts in the nation. A wonderful place to stay! As we stayed on a free offer, I am only guessing at the nightly rate. (This website would not allow me to post the review without entering something in the nightly rate box).
We spent one night here in a pull through site. Conveniently located to Mammoth Cave NP and easy access from the highway. Gravel interior roads and sites. Each site had a concrete patio area. Cable TV and Wi-Fi was great. Staff very friendly at check in and guided us to our site. Not a great deal to do here for children, but a good over night stop. If you are a light sleeper be aware of a railroad line behind the park.
We had time for only one night here. Paved interior roads and gravel sites. After reading the wonderful reviews we were expecting more. Sites are packed pretty tightly together, as is everything in this area. In our area back in sites are angled for a "herring bone" type pattern. While eating our dinner a large motorhome was backing in to an adjacent site and backed right into the corner of my awning. Bath house was wonderful as described in previous reviews. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful at check in and at other times for information. Campground is on trolley line, but for Pigeon Forge only. We wanted to go to Gatlinburg and had to make two trolley transfers to get there. In general we enjoyed the campground and it is extremely convenient location.
We can't say enough good about this park. Staff was very friendly and helpful from check in to check out. The area is a bit out of the way and the last few miles of the drive were challenging mountain roads. Wonderfully kept park with level concrete pads and full hookups at each site. While a bit pricey we thought it was worth the price. It is a class A motorhome only park. There is a small 9 hole par 3 golf course on site. We stayed two very relaxing days here.