Older park outside of town. Great place to stay when visiting Eureka Springs. Trolley comes right to the park. Spaces are wide open and with some tree shade, not crowded. Several club houses and open pavilion. Nice view of the hills. Management is very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again. Pool and laundry were very clean.
Very nice park outside of town. Located next to an RV dealer. All sites are level and cement. Nice club house/ office area. We stayed here twice on our way to and from Branson, MS. We will stay here again. Very little traffic noise and is a new park.
The rate reflects Pass Port America. What a wonderful park. It is off the beaten path and is quiet and restful. Almost every site is waterfront and fishing is free. The club house is modern and large enough for a rally. We stay here often and would recommend it to everyone looking for peace and quiet. The management is awesome and very helpful.
The management was very nice and helpful and there is a gate for entry. That said, this is not a resort. The roads are in terrible shape and the club house is old, no restrooms and we had to clean it up before we could use it. We did not use the pool, it did look nice though. We will not stay here again.
This is a very nice park located close to everything. Super Wal-Mart within 5 miles. We had trouble with the 50 amp breaker, it was repaired within 5 minutes. The staff was great and very helpful with directions and gave us booklets of coupons for everything. We would stay here again.
We stayed here with our camping club. We were spread out through the park as close to the club house as we could get. There are many full timers next to the club house. They charge $75 extra per night for the use of the club house. This is a clean park with security cameras throughout with key pad entry to restrooms and laundry. Not sure if the club will come back.
Nice campground on the Llano River. We were in the end of the row on a cement site. All sites are level and have some view of the river. Bathhouse was clean and up to date. Lots of burrs in the grass and it was difficult to walk the dog. Very little highway noise and very dark at night. Located 10 miles south of town. We would stay again.
Really clean park. Pull through sites are strips of concrete to park tires on. Fairly level sites. Very quiet and close to Conroe. All of the long term campers are located in the back away from the casual campers. We camped with a camping club and used the clubhouse. It does have a workout area, and the pool was really clean. Staff was friendly and very helpful. We will come again.
The park was cleaner and has more sites than noted. We were in site 22 that was supposed to be a pull through, but trees were planted in the way. It was quiet and the staff was friendly. I did notice that portable buildings that house a laundry and bathrooms have been brought in. The park is centrally located between Crystal Beach and the Galveston Ferry. We will stay here again.
This site is an old quary with many lakes. We were put way in the back near the bathhouse. Has many permanent residents, but had plenty of empty spaces. The area around the office was very junky and unkept. The only dumpster was on the way out of the park. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again.
What a wonderful place to stay. The campground was very clean and the staff very friendly. They had a big fire at night by the office with benches all around and smores for the kids. There was a traveling gospel group that sang and played by the fire at night. The only thing negative was the laundry. It only had two washing machines. We would come again.
The young woman at checkin had no clue about a big rig. The first site was very unlevel and not long enough for our unit (42'). She told us to go check out a couple of sites and pick the one we wanted then to let her know which one we took. We did not have 50 amp but as it turned out, we did not need it. The Lake Superior access was wonderful and you could hear the waves crashing. We would stay here again.
This park was awful. It's not big rig friendly. Park staff had to come out and cut tree limbs so that we could get out. No TV reception and no cable TV. Tents were parked on top of each other. People walked freely through our campsite. The only good thing was the sunset cruise on Saturday. It lasted well over three hours for a cost of $15.00. We would not come here again.
Park is normally well maintained, not this time. The pool was green and not open. The grass was so tall the dog would not walk through it and had not been cut in at least a week. The sandy beach was covered with liter and dead fish. It smelled really bad. The pavilion is now a workout room. Our club is thinking of moving. The office was closed when we arrived (11:30-1:00), and were told in a not so nice manner, to go away and come back when it was open. I am not sure we will come back.
The office was already closed when we arrived. Posted at the office was an eraser board listing the sites available for us to use. The sites were poorly marked and in a random order. We had difficulty maneuvering through the park. We would only stay here again as a last resort.
This is a very nice and clean campground. We stayed here with a camping club and we were able to use the club house. Very big club house and has all of the appliances that you need. We enjoyed the fishing and the breeze from the lakes. Quiet at night and no city lights. The route is well marked to get here, but can be tricky in the dark. The only draw back is we were separated from the other club members because we needed 50 amp service. Not all of the sites are cement and there are only 3 pull throughs.