Lovely little park on the south side of town. We were hoping there would be no train noise, fortunately none at all, just a couple of cows mooing in the field next door. Friendly and helpful host escorted us right to our site. Good place to stop on the way south from Glacier. Wi-Fi signal was fast and strong. Verizon cell phone on full signal.
We spent just one night to visit with some friends in Moses Lake. There is a nice pool. We were assigned a small back-in site, and had to park the truck on the street, like many of our neighbors. For the Coast to Coast price, we would stay here again.
It is a lovely park amidst the trees. There are just a few RV sites, pretty close together, although it was not full while we were there. We recommend calling ahead, since it's such a small place. There are wonderful and friendly hosts who gave us good information about Mount Rainier. The park entrance is five minutes away. There are some restaurants in the area, but I recommend you stock up on food in Morton (SW) or Parkland (NE).
Far from town on a quiet point on the lake. Friendly and helpful staff, small and limited camp store. Good park for a quiet weekend, or drive into town for restaurants, shops and the casino. Fun activities for the whole family.
Nice park on the Columbia River. This is a popular windsurfing area, but it wasn't that windy away from shore. Big and shady sites with lots of space in between. The train goes by on both sides of the river, but you don't really hear it. Gas across the river, and markets and restaurants are north in Goldendale. Verizon cell and aircard on full signal. We would definitely stay again!
Gravel sites are small, built before the days of slideouts. Rate on the high side, even with a discount for paying in cash. Wi-Fi signal was weak, so we used the air card. Bath house facilities were clean, but unfortunately, locked from 10PM to 6AM daily. At least a third of the sites occupied by full time people. We did use the Boise River Greenbelt, a jogging/bike path that goes all the way across town. If not for that, we would stay elsewhere, for the price.
Good park to stay a day or two. Some paved and some gravel sites. Overnight rate includes a coupon for continental breakfast at the hotel/casino. It's pretty windy on the plain so don't try the walk to the casino. You can call for a pickup by the casino shuttle. Down the road beyond the RV park is the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, very interesting tribal museum. Downtown Pendleton is just five miles away. There is a Wal-Mart, Safeway, shopping and restaurants, and the Pendleton Mill. Verizon cell and air card on full signal.
Lovely little county park two miles from old downtown. Paved level sites are water & electric only, public dump site one mile away. Pit toilet facility, no showers. Friendly and helpful camp host. Nice to see the locals use the day-use area, some even fish in the creek! Hospital helipad next door, but we only heard it once in three days. Look for the "RV Park" sign next to the hospital, or you will end up across the creek in the day use area. Groceries, restaurants, shops and gas within ten minute drive. Good signal for Verizon cell and aircard.
Nice little park with shady and level sites. Free WiFi worked great, even though we were across the park. Train tracks are less than a mile away, but we only heard the train whistle once. Make sure to visit the local museum, staffed by local volunteers, full of old stories! Gas, groceries, restaurants and stores are just down the street. Verizon cell and air card on full signal.
Nice little park to spend a day or two at a great price. No reservations taken, just park in a free spot and check in at the hotel front desk. Level gravel FHU sites, and very little noise from US Hwy 93. Wi-Fi available inside the hotel, but very weak signal in the RV park. Verizon cell and aircard on full signal. Two miles to the heart of Ely, historic Hotel Nevada and public park. Make sure to see the Nevada Railroad Museum.
Nice place to stay while visiting Capitol Reef Park. Gravel sites are a little sloped, but easy to remedy. The sites are pretty close together, so try to get one on the end of the row. Nice view north to red cliffs, or south across the valley. Friendly and professional staff work the office, gift shop, and camp store. Torrey has a few gas stations, restaurants and a general store, but we stocked up before arriving. Wi-Fi worked but slow, Verizon cell on Extended Network.
Great park to spend time exploring the area. We stayed 8 nights, but had to move once, since we had no reservations. Park staff was friendly and helpful. Pull-through sites are a bit tight, especially since everyone seems to have at least one ATV. Park has a reasonably stocked store and a small laundry. We felt bad when we checked out, since some large dog did his business in our site, and our neighbor left trash under our picnic table. Not our problem, but why can't all campers be more responsible? We wish he park was more proactive. Wi-Fi was slow, but our Verizon Aircard was full strength. Groceries, restaurants and shops in Moab, good burgers at Moab Brewery!
We used this park as a base to explore Monument Valley, Goosenecks State Park, and Natural Bridges National Monument. Not a destination park, but safe and reasonably priced. Level gravel sites, mostly pull through. Everyone else stayed just one night, on the way to somewhere else, I guess. Gas station across the road, one BBQ restaurant next door. Groceries are available at Goulding's in Monument Valley. Verizon cell on Extended Network, aircard worked, but very slow.
Gravel sites across the road from the store/motel/post office/gas station. Best to pull in to the park, and walk across the road to check in. Sites are sloped toward the Little Colorado river, but it easy to level the rig. Although the sites are not back in, you can pull through, and we stayed hooked up to our truck, as there were only four other rigs in the park. Near the road, but noise is minimal. This is not a destination, just a good place to spend the night. Verizon cell on Extended Network, and aircard service was slow and unreliable.
We stayed two weeks and had some great weather, except for a couple windy days. Wide and level gravel sites, shared electric/water hookups. Two laundromats were open all hours. The beach is wide and clean, but the swimming area is rocky bottom. Some local vendors walk the beach, but aren't annoying. Loud music on weekends coming from a bar 1/2 block away was tolerable. Restaurants, Pemex gas, markets, banks and the Malecon are all within a ten minute drive. Wi-Fi had a good, fast signal.
A nice campground for a short stop. There is a friendly and helpful lady at check-in. A market and little town square are nearby. Verizon cell and aircard on Extended Network. We stopped here on the way to Puerto Penasco.
A nice oasis in a dusty town. There are lots of trees between sites for a little privacy. A wonderful host/owner made sure everything was perfect. Watch out for the guy on property who claims to be the former owner. He is nosy, rude and opinionated.
A beautiful park on the lake with lots of shade for every site. There are a few hike/bike trails, not strenuous, of varying length. We stayed in site 123, backed up to the lake, and the deer came out all day to hang out around our site. Good tv satellite signal despite the trees, but cell and aircard service was very weak. This is a wonderful place to hide out in peace and quiet. There is a grocery store and WalMart nearby in Edna.
We stopped here only because we needed a place to rest for the night. Our reservation was booked on-line two days prior on the C2C system. The young teenager minding the store had no idea how to access the reservation system, no idea how to assign a site to us, no idea which sites were cable or not, and no idea how to make change for the electric surcharge we paid in cash. A motorhome pulled in after us and he assigned them to the site right next to ours, even though we were the only ones in the park. Level grass sites and free, but unreliable wi-fi. Very near I-90 but not noisy. I would not stay here again.
Nice park with quite a few seasonals. There's a small lake and golf course next door. We pulled in late so we could not check out the amenities. Free WiFi. Groceries and a few restaurants in Oelwein, just five minutes up the road. Verizon cell phone on Extended Network.
Basically a grass field with level gravel sites. Hookups were in a strange place at the back of the site. Very friendly and helpful staff, full of information on the area. Free and fast WiFi. A short bike ride to Amana Village, or take the car to explore all the other Amana villages in the area. Also just fifteen minutes from Cedar Rapids for more exploring and shopping. This is the only RV park in the area, but well worth a stop. Verizon cell on Extended Network.
The park is 99% seasonals. These are all older rigs, maybe 20 years old. Friendly folks all around and lots of kids for the holiday weekend. Adults and kids were all well behaved. Grassy gravel sites, a few pull-throughs, all shady. The water smelled like it came out of our gray tank, we made sure not to drink it. Train tracks and highway are very near, but we slept OK. Verizon cell and aircard weak signal but adequate.
Great little park about 10km away from the touristy madness at Niagara Falls. Level grass sites among the trees, with many permanent trailers around. Showers were clean and easily accessible by tenter's and RVers. Did not try the pool or mini-golf, but several other guests did. A short drive to public parking, but we took the motorcycle into town and found great parking in the middle of everything. Wal-Mart and groceries are 10km south, restaurants and tourist shops nearby at the Falls.
Great campground. Lots of sites in three loops, shade trees and picnic area between sites. We paid non-resident rate for a w/e site, bath house was old but clean and adequate. Good for families, with a playground, basketball, tennis, and lots of road for bike rides. Market, shopping and restaurants are within minutes. Go to Iggy's for chowder!
This is a very nice park, although quite large. We called one day ahead, and there were plenty of spaces since it's not summer season yet. The ReserveAmerica booking fee is $9.75, and there is no other way to make reservations! Friendly and helpful girl at check in gave us a choice, oceanview site. Verizon cell and aircard work at full signal.
A convenient place to use as a base to explore the Lafayette area. Friendly hosts and level, clean sites. Lots of seasonals, and overnighters are parked closer to the highway, but the noise didn't bother us.
Great place for an overnight. Owner/operators are a friendly, hard working couple, and they keep the park clean and well kept. Road noise was not a problem for us. The only reason this is not a perfect 10 is that it's not a destination, but a good place to rest for a day or two.
Paved road winds through the trees, sites are sand/gravel and mostly pull-through. Sand gnats were so plentiful the day we checked in that you couldn't take a deep breath, but there was a breeze the other days, so no gnats. Sites are large, with lots of trees, and well spaced apart. There is a brand new bath house, but we did not use it. This park is a bit farther from Savannah, but nice to go back to after a day in town. Lots of good markets, shopping, gas and restaurants nearby. Verizon cell worked well, but aircard signal weak and slow.
Nice little park on the edge of the suburbs. Paved sites are fairly level, but the road through the park is narrow. Busy on the weekends, but we were there during the week, and it was quiet. Call for reservations if you will be there on a weekend. We used this as a base to explore the area, Opelousas, Eunice, Abbeville, St. Martinville, New Iberia, the Tabasco Factory, etc. Downtown, markets and restaurants are within a few minutes. Verizon cell and aircard worked fine.
This is a lovely little park. Just a few w/e sites on one loop, tent sites on the other loop. Some short hikes in the woods, but watch out for skeeters and no see'ums. A good base to visit historic towns in the area, like Gonzalez, Yoakum, Luling and Shiner.
We stayed on the south shore, there was lots of space between sites. The bath house is also far away, so we didn't use it. Some shade trees, but in early March, no leaves! There are some good hikes and trails for mountain biking. New Wal-Mart nearby, also shopping and restaurants.
This is a great park to stay for a few quiet nights. The sites are paved and fairly level, with a fire ring and ramada. Attendance at the park is tightly controlled, which seems a hassle until you see the graffiti on the Indian rock paintings. No Verizon cell service, but wi-fi available at the park office at the gate. Markets and restaurants are twenty minutes west in town.
If you're looking for amenities, this isn't it. Only w/e sites were available when we called, but that was OK for us. These sites are in 'overflow', which doubles as the dog walk area. This is OK except for a couple humans that didn't pick up after their pets. FHU sites looked pretty packed in, with barely room for slide-outs. Noise from trains and I-8 is not notable. Wi-fi is available, but my Verizon aircard had better speed and signal. No stores or restaurants nearby, but within fifteen minutes driving. A bit pricey for what you get, we won't stay again.
A beautiful desert location. Dry camp sites, first come, first served. Generators allowed from 8 to 10 in the morning, and 4 to 6 in the afternoon, otherwise, just the silence of the desert. We took the free van tour on the Ajo Mountain drive, and had two enthusiastic rangers talk about the cactus, wildflowers and birds in the park. This road is only partially paved, so why take the car when someone else will drive? Gas, groceries and restaurants in Ajo, twenty minutes driving north. We had Verizon cell on extended service, but the aircard did not work. Not a perfect ten only because of lack of hook-ups.
We have friends who live in South Lake Tahoe, so this was the perfect location for us. Restaurants (breakfast/lunch at Bert's) and markets are within a mile. Casinos, shopping and entertainment at Stateline are 10 minutes away. The park is a stop for the Tahoe Trolley, so it's easy to get around the area.
Douglas County Park just off I-5. Shady and level sites with w/e, fire ring and picnic table. Day use area has a group pavilion and children's playground. Casino is 1/2 mile down the road, restaurants and stores one mile beyond. Even though the highway is 150 feet away, the road noise is not noticeable. This is a very nice park for a one or two day stay.
Not a destination resort, but convenient to Florence. Just a short walk to the beach, and you can hear the waves crashing on the shore at night. The sites are close together, with tall bushes between each site. Big rigs or motorhome plus toad will have a hard time with the tight turns. A bit pricey considering there are other parks closer to Old Town Florence, but we were there for the Chowder Festival and got the last RV site for the weekend. Verizon cell service at one bar.
A great location to camp, whether exploring the Oregon Coast, or just hanging out on the jetty. It was too cold to swim, but the beach is a nice place to walk. Gravel sites are clean and level, with grass between sites and some trees. The bath house was clean but old. We did not use the pay showers, since we had full hook-ups. Restaurants nearby in Rockaway Beach, Garibaldi and Tillamook. Large supermarkets in Tillamook. Good Verizon signal for the cell phone and air card.
Although close to I-80, no highway noise to speak of. $5 free play to sign up for a slot card. Very clean bathrooms, showers and laundry. Swimming pool the size of a car, but who cares? This is not a destination resort when downtown Reno is twenty minutes away. Verizon cell phone and aircard worked perfectly. A bit pricey for out of town.
Clean park, good for an overnight. Constant train and truck noise. Park host/owner was not very happy to check us in and take our money. Good Verizon cell and aircard service, Walmart and a good Mexican restaurant nearby.
Just a FHU park for a quick overnight. There were at least a dozen other rigs here with the same idea. WiFi for a fee, showers for a fee. Gravel sites are dusty and not level. Good thing our neighbors were friendly, because with slides out, we were right on top of each other. There are quite a few permanent residents, but those rigs are clean and well kept. Train tracks are nearby, and trains whistle starts at five in the morning. A guy in a utility truck pulled up to his friend's rig and left the engine running and door open while they had a beer. He got really angry at us when we asked him to turn off the engine after forty minutes! We suggest this park only if absolutely necessary.
A nice place for an overnight stop. There is some street and highway noise, but didn't bother us. There are quite a few permanent residents out back, but even the older units are clean and well kept. Wi-fi worked okay, but not blazing fast. Groceries, restaurants and Wal-Mart are near by.
This is an Elks lodge that does allow non-Elks member to stay. Simple grass & dirt spaces. Close to stores, restaurants and Yosemite. No bathrooms but there is water and electric (30 amp) and a dump station is available a few miles down the road at another campground for a $5 fee. Great staging area for daily visits to the park.
Small park wedged into a little town. Level sites, but very close when you put out the awning. Bath house use only if you put a deposit for the key, so we didn't. Lots of long term residents. No noise from the highway that's only a mile away. Restaurants and shopping in nearby El Cajon. Good Verizon cell and aircard service.
Just a dirt parking lot. Pull through sites with FHU, pay for wi-fi. Long term residents around the perimeter of the park. The train goes through town at all hours, but no whistle after midnight. The "Spaceport" is right next door, but we did not hear any planes. The bath house was clean but old. Verizon cell and aircard worked OK. A place for a short overnight stay. If you are an Elks member, the local lodge is a block away, for a beer and some fellowship.
Closest RV park to Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks. Very small park with fairly level, gravel sites. No heat or A/C in bath house; somewhat clean, but old and worn out. Best to stock up on food and gas in Visalia or Exeter, as prices in Three Rivers are high. No Verizon cell or aircard service unless you drive down 15 miles to Lemon Cove.
An excellent place to stay while in LA. Right on the beach, nothing between but the bike path. Freeways, as well as good local roads are easily accessible. We thought the air traffic overhead didn't bother us, but after a few days we felt tired, guessing that the noise prevented a deep sleep. Still, we will stay again. Call at least 7 days ahead for a reservation to be sure to get a beach front spot.
Sites are close together and since we were there on a weekend, it was pretty tight. Dirt sites are not level, and many would not fit our 29' TT. $21 includes full hook-ups and admission to the ghost town, a good deal. The bath house was run down and needed some attention. Some hiking, a dirt bike area, and horse camp within the park. It is three miles north of I15, so very quiet except for the weekend partyers. The staff was really nice, although not enough of them for the weekend when the park is full. Market, gas and restaurants in Barstow, less than 10 miles down the road. Verizon Wireless cellular and aircard worked fine.
A good place to use as a base to see Death Valley. Sites are all gravel, level drive-through with lots of space. The small restaurant has good, reasonably priced food. The casino has video poker and some penny and nickel slots. There is a small general store for emergencies, but the nearest real market is in Pahrump. Gasoline is available in Lathrop Wells, north about 15 miles. Cell phone service (Verizon) was Extended Network, so Air Card did not work for the internet. A small twister (dust devil) went through the campground, damaging several rigs, not too severe.
Do not believe the pictures on their web site. Rigs are packed together, with barely enough space to put out the slide out. Easy access from I-10, except you cross the train tracks, which means trains going by at all hours. There must be a sewage treatment place nearby, because you can smell it in the air at all times. Not worth staying for even one night.
Nice park with wide, level sites. Friendly and helpful staff. This is a huge park with a whole section of park models. Walmart, market, and restaurants are a mile away in town. No noise from I-10. This park is a good base for exploring Bisbee, Tombstone, Sierra Vista. We would definitely stay there again.
Beautiful desert location. Each site has W/E, a picnic table in a little pavilion, and a fire ring. Sites are well spaced apart, with a few trees. The bath house is clean but small. Best to stop for gas and food in Deming before driving down. A little noise from trucks driving to/from the border. Palomas (Mexico) is close, for dentists and pharmacies, and make sure to eat at the Pink Store.
Nice park with friendly staff. Walmart, market, gas and restaurants nearby. There is an ambulance base nearby, so there's sirens once in a while, but they come and go quickly. The train goes by somewhere, maybe once or twice after dark. Lots of space between sites, with trees and grass between. Verizon wireless cellular at full signal. We used this park as a base to visit El Paso, as well as Las Cruces and Mesilla.
The only thing this park does not have is activites. Otherwise, a great place to spend a few days exploring the area. The bathhouse and showers were very clean, available 24/7. Sometimes we heard the train as it whistled its way through town, but no other noise. Wi-fi (Tengo) was not very fast, and Verizon service was on "Extended Network" analog, not Verizon Wireless digital. Lots of restaurants and antique shops, and flat terrain for bike riding. We visited Fort Davis National Monument, went looking for the Marfa "lights", and did a star party at the McDonald Observatory. We used this park as a stopover before and after visiting Big Bend. New park owners, effective March 2007.
Great location for visiting Big Bend. The showers cost $2 for 6 minutes, so we used our own. Pretty pricey for tenters! Groceries are pretty expensive, so we bought food and water in Alpine before getting to Terlingua.
Great park in an out-of-the-way location. A good stop on the way to Big Bend. Sites on the outer sides of the loops are best for seeing the sunset. Sites are widely spaced, with a picnic table and fire ring. Rode our bikes down the edge of the canyon, it was an easy ride on the dirt track. Also took the tour of the canyon to see the ancient artwork in the canyon, very well done by a volunteer tour guide. Bath house was clean and well maintained. This is a great park to stay a few days, relax, and stargaze!
This park is about five miles west of Junction. Near the highway, but you don't really hear the road noise. Quiet country setting next to the river. No cell phone service (Verizon, for us). Small, old, but clean bath house. Great for a one or two day stopover.
Great little park on Baffin Bay. We stopped in on the way north from the RGV, and enjoyed the laid back, quiet location. Close to Kingsville, for shopping, restaurants and the King Ranch. The fishing pier and picnic areas are part of the park, and skeet shooting in the RV part. Clean bath house and lots of winter Texans.
Great park in the hills. Gravel sites are generally level. Small but very clean bath house. Wi-fi was fast and reliable. We visited San Antonio, just a thirty minute drive away, and also hiked at the Guadalupe River State Park, 13 miles west. The town of Boerne has markets, restaurants, and lots of antique shops. The highway is nearby, but road noise is minimal. We would definitely stay here again.
We had to stay here because the casino campground is closed. The campsites are located on the lake, with lots of shady sites. There were also lots of "shady" characters camping there, so we set up and stayed inside. A family with at least five kids had a baby crying for hours. The husband took a peek at the bath house, and said it was so filthy he wouldn't set foot in it. The trash bin was filled to overflowing. Several sites were "occupied" by horse trailers (without horses) but no people. We felt this park is like a ghetto, except for three other RVs parked near us. We are not snobs, but we will not return to this park.
What a rip off! We stayed at this park because my sister was in the hotel. When I checked the rates on line, I was quoted $37 after a KOA card discount. I did not book ahead as there were sites available at all rates. At check in, the site cost was $47 with the KOA card for a FHU pull-thru. The clerk told me it was because it was "season". Before leaving the office, I confirmed that there was free wi-fi, and the clerk said no problem, just use your browser. Our site #225 was nearly the farthest from the office, and there was no wi-fi! The next day, when I went in to the office to turn in our keycards (for the bath house and pool), I mentioned that I could not get on line. The person at the desk said, "I know, there is no wi-fi sender out there." Seems like 'someone' who checked me in was too lazy to figure that one out. The casino is pretty far away, and you get no coupons or special deals for staying on the property. The campground itself is clean and airport noise isn't too bad. I rate this low because of the poor customer service. I will not stay here again!
Nice little park with nearby access to Bryce Canyon, Zion, Pipe Springs, and Grand Canyon North Rim. Gravel pull-through sites with nice shade trees. The bath house had big and clean showers. The pool was closed when we were there. Wi-fi is fast and free, just get the password from the front desk. There's a little road noise from Hwy 89, but didn't bother us. It's an easy walk to the market, shops and restaurants in town. Check out Grandma Tina's restaurant just two blocks away.
This is a nice, small park just five miles from the entrance to Bryce Canyon. It's away from the busy-ness of Ruby's Inn, and there's very little noise from the road. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. Good sized laundry area, and a little store in front. This park is also close to Red Canyon, another good place for hiking and sightseeing. Full signal on Verizon Wireless cellular.
Very nice location, a bit out of the way and hard to find. The campground is a Christian retreat, with campsites and dorms, although we did not see any of those visitors. The host was very friendly and helpful. Level, gravel sites with some trees. We used the bath house for showers but it was in disrepair, with spiders and bugs in residence. The larger swimming pool was open, but the smaller one seemed to be closed for quite awhile, full of trash. We stayed at the Coast to Coast rate, so at that price, we would stay again.
Great park to use as a base to visit the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, and the area state and national parks. The staff is friendly and helpful, answered every question we had. They gave us great recommendations of things to see and do. Bathrooms and showers were clean, clean, clean. Hi-speed wireless worked great, and cell phone service at full power. Good selection of restaurants in town, and also a Safeway market. The train goes by at 10am, and everyone goes outside to wave! And no early morning train whistle! We checked out the campgrounds on the road to Grand Canyon, and nothing was as nice, clean or reasonable.
We just needed a place for a overnight stop. This is good for a quick stop. Sites are sandy and some are soft. The noise from the highway is a steady, soft roar, and we got used to it. The market is a short drive down the hill, and the casino is a mile away. We used Coast to Coast rates, and would stop here again if necessary.
Quiet campground on the edge of town. The sites are dusty and close together. Water is trucked in, so they ask you to be considerate. Our outside flow restrictor was dripping, so someone came along and shut off our water, without telling us! Otherwise, everything was fine and we would stay here again, but probably only as a stopover, even though the Grand Canyon and other notable sites are nearby. Staff was friendly and helpful, at the campground and with local information as well.
Very nice, quiet park just two minutes off the main parkway. The shuttle stops at the park so you can explore Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg shops and restaurants. Bath house and pool are clean and well maintained. Sites are mostly on the hill, and kind of close together, but full hook-up. We camped as Coast-to-Coast members, and this was quite a good value.
A nice park to use as a base to explore the area. Tight, pull-through sites between the trees that require some work to get level. Bath house was clean and well maintained. A nice meal is offered every night at a reasonable price, and the staff is friendly and helpful. One night there was a group playing bluegrass music in the clubhouse! This park is not a destination, but still a nice place to stay for a few days.
Very nice park on Lake Wylie. Good selection of sites, some wooded, others closer to the lake with only a few trees. Bath house was clean, even through a weekend of heavy use. Nice picnic shelters along the lakeshore. Call for directions, it's a little hard to find the first time. Campsites are first come, first served, so try to arrive by mid-day. Stores and restaurants are nearby.
Nice back-in sites spaced far apart. Bath houses were clean and well maintained. The day use area is along the spring and stream that connects to the St. Johns River. We spent hours on the boardwalk watching the manatees, who come up the stream when the river water gets too cold. There is also a swimming area, and you can swim up to the spring. Nice picnic areas among the trees in the day use area. Lots of stores, restaurants, fast food, and a WalMart nearby.
Nice place to stop on the way North from or South to Florida. The bugs were not too bad, the pool is small but nice for a quick dip to cool off. All pull-thru sites that are level and easy to get in. The small towns of Kingsland and St. Marys are just a few minutes away for sightseeing, restaurants and markets. Jacksonville is also a short drive south. This park is not really a destination, but a nice quiet place to stop.
Great location with a beautiful beach. Markets, stores and restaurants are nearby, as well as Old St. Augustine. Good area to ride bikes on the park roads. All campsites are very shady, but not all are large enough for RV's. Best to call the park directly for specific larger sites.
A beautiful park just a couple miles from from I-20. We wish we had stayed longer. Nice shady areas around the lake, biking on the road or on bike trails. Full hook up sites in the Lakeview camping area are the best!