Rate is with Good Sam discount. OK RV Park is a good overnight campground. We stayed three nights while touring Petrified Forest National Park. Site 12 (Green) is a full hookup (with cable), pull thru site that is 100' long. The sites are narrow, but they offset RV parking to give everyone room. Good Verizon cell/MiFi coverage. Holbrook is on Historic Route 66 and has some nostalgic features such as the Wigwam Motel.
Rate is with Good Sam discount. The rate is high, but there are limited choices for this area. Site 20 is a full hookup site with cable and 50 amps and a partial view of Monument Valley. Low hanging tree branches had to be trimmed so they would not rub the coach. Good Verizon cell/MiFi coverage. There are two short hiking trails near the campground. Near the campground are groceries, laundry, gas, convenience store, restaurant and museum. Goulding's also has Monument Valley tours (additional fee).
Rate is with Good Sam discount. Campground is close to Mesa Verde National Park. Campground was full when we arrived, but we had a reservation so not a problem. Site 63 is partial hookup with 30 amp. Sites are close together and many are not level. Weak Verizon cell/MiFi coverage. OTA television was inconsistent. Laundry facility worked well.
Rate is with Senior Discount. Stayed four nights while visiting the Santa Fe area including Tent Rocks and Bandelier National Monuments. There are two campgrounds, we stayed on the west side of the lake in the Buffalo Grove loop at site 65. This site is not level and 50 amp connection does not work. Other than that, Cochiti Lake is a pleasant place to park for several days and relax. Good Verizon cell/MiFi coverage. Good OTA television. Sites are spacious. We would stay again.
No discounts offered. Small RV park close to Taos and Rio Grande Gorge. Water and electric worked fine. Good Verizon cell and MiFi coverage. Pleasant 1-mile hiking trail within the RV park. Nice enough park for a short stay.
Rate is $20 for campsite and $7 for daily use pass. The campground was being prepared to close for the season (on October 1). Only Loop C was open and all restrooms were closed and locked. We stayed on site #44. The 50 amp connection did not work properly. It was not grounded. Our Verizon cell phone and MiFi service worked well. The road to the campground is gravel; however, the campground road is paved. The sites are gravel, electric only, and include a covered picnic table. The nights are quiet, but there are many insects flying around. We enjoyed the sunsets during our two night stay. We would stay again.
Rate is with Good Sam discount, but still overpriced. It is called an RV resort, but there is nothing about the campground that makes it a resort except for being in the Rocky Mountain National Park tourist area. At site #39, the 50 amp connection did not work properly. Seven of the eight dryers were broken. Roads and sites are a mix of dirt and gravel. We stayed here for five nights while visiting family. We probably would not stay here again.
Rate is with KOA discount. Assigned site #8; water and electric only. This KOA is located in an industrial area and has many long term residents. It is pretty much just a gravel parking lot, but it is okay for a single night.
No discounts apply since the campground is operated by concessionaire. Very high priced for a National Park campground. The interior road is narrow and rough; the asphalt is crumbling. It is a challenge to back into any site. The sites are a tight fit. The water, sewer and electric worked fine. Weak service area for Verizon cell phone and MiFi. The Pros: it is the only campground within Yellowstone that provides hookups. May consider staying outside of the park next time.
Rate is for off-season. A very nice, friendly, and comfortable park. We were assigned site #10 and encountered some tight turns, but other than that there were no problems setting up. There is road noise, but it quiets down at night. It is 30 miles to the Yellowstone National Park north entrance. We would stay again.
Stayed three nights; rate paid is for one night at full price ($44) and two nights at Passport America rate ($22 per night). North American RV Park is convenient to the west entrance to Glacier National Park and was a good base camp for our visit. The sites are just a bit tight and the trees and boulders are almost in the way. Not a problem, but a potential problem. Hookups were fine as was satellite reception. We would stay here again.
Stayed six nights. Rate is with KOA 10% discount and $50 KOA rewards. Though the rate is high, it is comparable with other campgrounds in the area. The view of Glacier National Park from the KOA is outstanding. It is very convenient to the St Mary Visitor center, a short drive to the Many Glacier entrance, and a 30 mile scenic drive to the Two Medicine entrance. We enjoyed our stay on the east side of Glacier National Park and the KOA was a good base camp for our visit. We would stay here again.
Rate is with 15% Escapees discount. We stayed five nights. We enjoyed our stay at Fort Welikit and would stay again. The gravel/dirt road is a bit rough and many of the sites are not level, but in spite of that is is a pleasant campground. We were on site 22, a level pull-through site that was convenient to one of the laundry facilities. The campground is convenient to Custer State Park.
Rate is with Senior Pass. Our GPS misdirected us but we eventually arrived at the campground. The campground is about 14 miles from US-2. Downstream COE is in a very nice location on the Fort Peck reservoir. The park staff was very helpful. The sites are paved with lots of room between neighbors. There are several paved hiking paths within the campground. We would have enjoyed several days here, but it was just an overnight stay on this trip.
Rate is with KOA 10% discount. An oasis in the Badlands. The KOA is approximately 5 miles from the entrance to Badlands National Park. Our site (#15) was well shaded from afternoon sun. All services worked well. Ordered Indian tacos and pulled pork sandwiches from the Kook Shack and enjoyed both. We stayed for 3 nights while touring the Badlands. We would stay here again.
Rate is with Escapees 50% discount. This is a basic overnight RV park near I-80. Discounted rate justifies a stay here. It did have a laundry facility that met our needs. Would stay here again for a discounted, overnight place to park.
Rate is with Good Sam 10% discount. Access road is a bit rough and quite dusty. Our 33' motor home and tow vehicle fit the pull though site with no problem. A nice park on the Mississippi River with a view of the barges floating along. One negative was the tree at our site dripped sap all over our car that was already covered with dust.
Passport America rate, no limit on number of days at the discounted rate. Small park with no amenities, but all sites were level and services worked well. We stayed for five nights while doing genealogy in the area. Hillside RV Park met our needs. We would stay here again.
Rate is with 10% KOA discount. Easy access from I-35, but there is not much road noise. A very basic KOA park with limited amenities. A good park for a night or two while visiting the area. Our 33' motor home and tow vehicle fit within the pull-through site length. Would stay here again.
Rate is with 10% KOA discount. Almost missed access road because it is between a truck stop and a motel. Sites have lots of shade; our premium site had a concrete pad. All services worked well. Lots of road noise from I-70. Limited number of RV parks to choose from in this part of Kansas. Would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is with Escapees 15% discount. Stayed here five nights while visiting family. Sites are grass which gets wet from dew; lots of clippings on your shoes after the grass is mowed. All hookups worked well. Clear view for satellite reception. Convenient access from the Indiana Toll Road. Many restaurants in the surrounding area. A/C fan reduced road noise. Would stay here again.
Rate is for Passport America. We were passing through the area and this was a convenient campground for one night stay. Five miles from I-65. Sites are gravel, clean and mostly level. Office staff was friendly. Camp store was small with very few items. We would camp here again for an overnight stay.
Cash only ($20) at self-pay ticket machine. Located at westbound mile marker 197. Back-in only. Convenient for overnight stay. Each site has room to extend slide outs and to park towed vehicle. Some toll road traffic noise, but located away from truck parking. We slept well, even woke up late the next morning. We would stay here again when traveling the toll road.
Rate includes 10% Good Sam discount. We were disappointed in this campground considering other more positive reviews. It is quite large and does offer many amenities. It is close to the sites of DC and offers bus service. However, our pull-through site shared a patio area and picnic tables with the next site. There was not enough space between the sites to open our awning. Wi-Fi was very weak. The 50 amp had a problem that our surge guard detected and shut off. 30 amp was not a problem. Water pressure was low. Possibly would stay here again if there is no other option.
Rate is average rate over an 11 night stay and includes KOA 10% discount. The rate also included special rates for weekend, holiday (4th of July) and special event (fireworks display). This is a nice campground to use as a home base when visiting the Hudson Valley area. Full hookups including cable. Wi-Fi is free for only one connection per day with a 2-hour limit. It is $5/day for full Wi-Fi access. Owners are quite friendly and helpful. Laundry was $2.25 per wash load and dryer load. Several of the dryers were inefficient and did not do a good job of drying. We will stay here again to visit family in the area.
Rate is for 30 amp full hookup site, includes sewer. 50 amp site is $30. Discounts available for monthly or seasonal stays (30 amp is $600 per month). Many nice sites, mostly level. A few sites will flood during heavy rain storms. At some sites the fresh water connections can be quite a distance from the pad - 50' or more. The 30 amp pull-through sites alternate pull through direction; therefore your entrance door faces your neighbor's entrance door. Campground is located in a large public park and is near the park's amphitheater. There is a weekly concert in the park during July/August. This is a pleasant campground and convenient for short or long term stays. We will stay here again.
Rate is with KOA discount. We stayed for four nights while visiting relatives in the area. The KOA is about 10 miles from Interstate 295. The secondary roads that lead to the KOA are in bad shape so expect a rough ride. In dry conditions the campground can be quite dusty from the road inside the park. Out site (A-11) was about 80' long so no problem parking the motorhome and towed car. Visitors to your site have to pay an entrance fee. We have stayed here before and enjoyed the weekend blueberry pancake breakfast. But it wasn't available this year - we were told it was because of state regulations. Hopefully that will get worked out because in the past the breakfast was excellent. We would stay here again.
Rate is with KOA discount and an additional $10 discount using KOA reward points. The rate also include an additional $5.00 "Resort Fee". Without the discounts the rate would have been $59. This is not a good campground for an overnight stay. Not only is it high priced, it is 10 miles away from the Interstate through a small town and along narrow, winding roads. The entrance to the campground was down a hill and over three speed bumps. The campground had lots of shade from the trees, but that also makes it challenging to maneuver through the campground to your site. This was the first KOA we have been to that did not offer a guide to the site.
Rate is with Passport America discount. This is a newer campground with easy access from the Interstate. Sites are gravel. The first site we were assigned had too much slope for us to level the motorhome with just the jacks. The next site was much more level. The campground is very close to the Interstate so road noise could be an issue unless you are running A/C. The on-site snack bar daily special was a beef brisket sandwich, baked beans and potato salad. Very good. As were the homemade white chocolate and cranberry cookies. We would stay here again.
Rate is with a KOA discount. Easy access from the Interstate to the campground. However, it is a bit tight inside the campground. Lots of shade. This was an overnight stop for us so we didn't check out any amenities. Though Lake Hartwell is nearby, this campground does not have waterfront or water view.
Good Sam rate. This was a good park for our overnight stay in the Pensacola area. It is situated in an urban area and close to shopping. There is easy access to the sites and sufficient room between sites. Sites have full hookups including cable. We are still adjusting to driving a 33' RVwith a car in tow, so the easy access was a key benefit.
Rate is with Good Sam discount. Convenient to I-65 and does have road noise. Gravel access road and sites. A nice place for an overnight stay. On-site manager is very friendly. Caution: don't mistake the interstate on-ramp for the KOA access road. Be sure to visit the Heaton Pecan Farm gift shop that is with walking distance of the KOA for pecan candy, jams, pies, and ice cream . Follow the nature trail for a shortcut through the woods and along the shoreline of the pond.
Rate was $0 because we have a new Tiffin motorhome that is still in the first year of warranty ($20 otherwise). This is basically a parking lot for those Tiffin motorhomes waiting for service. It is very convenient to the service bays and does provide full hookups. We stayed for two nights and would stay again if we need service.
Rate is with Good Sam discount. Okay park for an overnight stay. Owners/managers were helpful and friendly. We stayed on site 41, a water and electric site (no sewer). We had to use our leveling blocks because the site had a slight downhill grade. There is some road noise from I-65.
Senior rate (65+) for a full hookup site (#24). Very nice State Park campground located on a lake. All sites have nice views of the lake. Access road to the park is quite rough but the campground is worth the drive. It is a nice layover if you are driving the Natchez Trace. We were here for one night before taking delivery of our new RV at Sherman RV located 20 miles away. We would camp here again.
Rate is for Memorial Day weekend less KOA 10%. Rate is $13 more than the previous weekend. Fairly typical KOA with full hookups and a number of amenities. Sites can accommodate larger rigs, but the trees on some site prevent awning use. This KOA is very close to a railroad crossing and the train whistle can be quite loud at all hours of the day and night.
Rate cited is the discounted Sunday through Thursday rate. Very quiet park for a four night stay during the week. Nice paved road through the park and campground, but the sites are gravel (handicapped sites are paved). Some sites have a slope, but most look level. We camped on site #74, which is level. Sites have lots of space in between one another. We have stayed here often and will continue to return.
Rate is without a discount and is quite reasonable. Sites have electric and water. Nice park that is quiet, well maintained, and convenient to downtown Fort Wayne and the Allen County Public Library (for genealogy researchers). We enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay again. The park road is paved with gravel camp sites. Electrical post placement is a bit haphazard and not always on the correct side. The sites share water connections that can be close, or as much as 50' from the site. Most sites are level, but several are not. Some sites have good space between each other, but some are very close together and at odd angles. In spite of these quirks, this is a good place to stay, especially considering the $18 rate. We stayed in site #1.
Rate is with Good Sam discount for a water/electric site (#28). Quiet park that appears to be well managed. Owner recently updated the restrooms and showers. Convenient to I-70, but far enough away to have no road noise. We stayed two nights so we could tour The Wilds. We would stay again.
Rate is Maryland Senior rate (50%). Warning - be aware there is an 11'1" low clearance when entering from southbound Baltimore Pike. The park is in an urban area, but mostly quiet. Some traffic noise in the distance. The entry roads are narrow, curvy, and follow the rolling terrain. The individual sites are gravel and well defined with landscape timbers. The sites are close to level. There were some large class A and fifth wheel RVs in the camp. We would return. We stayed in site 411, but would look for one that is more level.
Rate is Friday/Saturday for electric and without Maryland Senior Discount (only available Sunday through Thursday). Rate includes a $4.50 per night reservation/transaction fee. Construction is ongoing so facilities were limited (no camp store, inconvenient kayak/canoe rental). Campsites are quite nice, well defined, level and clean. The bath house is modern and clean. Our site (#71) was not a waterfront site but did have a nice view of the water and the marshlands of Jane's Island. The park was quiet and had only a few campers the weekend we visited (Mother's Day). We stayed on site 71.
Weekly rate (7th night is free). Quiet country campground that we used as a base to visit Historic Edenton and the surrounding area. Sites have full hookups and a clear view of southern sky for satellite antennas. Facilities include fishing pond, boat ramp with access to the Chowan River, smallish 9-hole golf course, laundry, showers, and game room. Also on site is David’s Red Barn with live music and dancing every Friday night and one or more Saturdays each month. The camp office is unmanned, but the owner/manager is just a phone call away. We stayed in a 25’ rig on site 10, a pull-through site. We would stay here again.
National Park Senior Rate for electric site. Large, level sites. Good sites for one or more nights visiting the Everglades. It was off-season so self-registration was in effect. Can get very buggy at night. It was the middle of April and deer flies were out during the day. Took the Florida Bay boat tour (no bugs out there)for an enjoyable ride with the dolphins.
Good Sam rate for water/electric, side by side site. Park has easy access off I-95, but road noise could be a problem. Our site (B2) was about 100 yards from the highway with no trees/vegetation to buffer the noise. The park staff was friendly. Camp store had some (but not many) grocery items and some RV supplies. The sites are gravel but can get muddy during a rain storm. All sites are packed gravel. Good park for an overnight stay.
This is one of Florida's older state park campgrounds. Roads and sites are tight for larger RVs. Road is paved but sites are a mix of grass/old gravel and tend to get waterlogged after a rain. We stayed here for it's proximity to Naples and the lower cost compared to commercial campgrounds in the area. We would return for the same reasons. We stayed on site 112 which is one of the longer sites.
The rate is Passport America. This is our first stay and would return. It is a basic park just off I-95 that is very good for an overnight stay. Manager/owner is very friendly. Clubhouse, pool, showers, and laundry facilities were available and clean. All sites are large and level, but there is standing water and mud following rainstorms.