We had our annual Eastern MILWIT Rally Mar 6-9, 2011 here. 17 motor homes in total. Campsites are all pull-thru. There are no large shade trees but the sites are landscaped and each has a little patch of grass. Nice pavilion for meetings. Commercial kitchen available for groups. Staff friendly but got our group and another group's use of the facilities mixed up several times where we had to relocate. They did not have us parked together very well, even though they had advance notice of our event. Convenient to Webster Flea Market on Mondays and Beasley Manufacturing in Center Hill is close by for sunscreen/outdoor rug material. We had a group rate. Regular rates are higher. Several good restaurants nearby. We would stay here again.
We stayed here 14 nights. Park is well maintained. Staff is friendly and helpful. Many activities for adults and children daily: such as mini golf, golf, billiards, cards, musical entertainment, yard sales. Small store on site with ice cream, fudge, burgers, hot dogs. We stayed in Site C28 close to the dumpsters and across from the clubhouse. We would not stay in this site again because of the constant traffic and noise. We have marked our campground map with the sites we would select in the future because you have to select the site you want before you enter the area. Seeing it on a map only is not very convenient.
We stayed here over night in a 30 ft RV. The park is lovely with a good number of pull thru sites. Nice place to walk. We booked online and got the last site available. I would choose a pull thru next time. Our back in Site 001 (Loop A) was next to the showers and laundry and was very private. The site sloped down in the rear somewhat but was all paved. The other sites each had gravel and grass. Each had a picnic table and fire ring. The laundry has one washer and dryer. There is a sink and counter top adjacent. $1 for washer (28 minutes) and $1 dryer (50 minutes). The restrooms and showers were pristine and spacious. We would definitely stay here again. Recommend you book in advance to get a good spot. Camp sites are off the main road 3 miles. There are some sites with a view of the lake but no actual waterfront sites. There is a fishing dock.
We stayed here 3 nights prior to the Winnebago Rally. Site #13 is at the start of the park and is elevated. The site is grass with a fire ring and an older picnic table. We had to move the table around and parked backwards to be level. The lower campsites are very muddy and wet when it rains. There is an RV Dump near the bathrooms on the loop road. The camp hosts were very cordial and helpful. Showers are well water with good pressure, but the water is NOT hot in the ladies shower. It is hot in the men's shower. There is a standing slew with rain runoff and from the dam that attracts mosquitoes and with recent rains we had a lot of them and flies. The campground is quite nice and quiet, 2 miles from town so it is convenient. Has nice trees. The week after 4th of July was NOT busy. There were 4-5 other campers while we were here. We would stay here again for an overnight stop but prefer water and electric hookups at least, or full hookups.
Wonderful campground away from the main road traffic. They have a home cooked BBQ right in the main office/lounge that has wonderful dinners for $10 and under. Sure is nice at the end of a long day of driving. The sites are all large and well spaced. The spaces are all paved and cement with "desert" plants in between for decoration. The staff is very friendly and helpful and accommodating. There is a big 106" screen TV and many videos to borrow. There are bathroom/laundry buildings spaced throughout the campground. Each pristine, air conditioned bathroom is an individual private tiled room with a shower, sink, toilet and locking door. The laundries at each building have 2 washers and 2 dryers which are free. They also use "workcamper" volunteers. We loved this park and will definitely return.
This is our first trip to Peace River. We reserved a full hookup but were told we had to pick a W/E site upon arrival and be put on a "sewer lottery" list for a sewer site for a maximum of 3 days. Open sites are posted each day by noon. We would check out the site and meet the "group" and ranger at 1 pm daily. Names are called, ranked by date of arrival and time, then you are allowed to pick which site you want. We found a nice open spot (no trees) the second day. There is honey bucket service available for $10/day after you sign up or you can opt to drive around to the dump station when you need to dump. We liked our first space because it was away from the busy road but opted to move to the road site because of the sewer. Reservations are made online so you don't know this before you arrive. This park was formerly a KOA and the interior roads are dirt with many potholes that make driving bumpy and rather dusty. The spaces located on the old section of the park are narrow and very close together. We picked a site that was backed by the main highway. There was a lot of traffic and many sirens but it is tolerable. We had a cement patio and wood picnic table at the site. The picnic table need to have some boards replaced but we could use one side adequately. Plenty of grass and space for our dog to be outside. All the staff/volunteers and rangers were very helpful and friendly. There are many activities to join in daily. The Hot Fudge Shoppe has great specials for lunch and dinner at reasonable prices. The facilities are very clean. Pool was pristine. Laundry was good size, large washers $1.50 for washing and drying. Dryers ran 40-45 mins and were very hot. There was both 50 and 30 amp service. Water pressure was good, except one day when a main pipe broke. The staff fixed that in record time. We would come here again. Close to shopping and restaurants.
Campground was quiet and well maintained. Office staff was helpful and friendly. We arrived just before dark and had a pull thru that was easy to maneuver. We only stayed overnight on our way south to Florida. We would stay here again.