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08/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
There are 6 lakes (ponds) that you can camp next to. The sites are mostly level with plenty of space between sites. Showers are available. Very peaceful setting. Besides the $18 camp fee, you must also pay a day use fee of $5.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park with extremely helpful staff. We parked on a grass pull thru. There is a very steep hill the leads to the campground. If you are towing a heavy object, or if very steep hills bother you, you might reconsider this park. Large laundromat on site.
07/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Great park! Very clean restrooms, large sites all on grass. Peaceful and beautiful. Loved this state park!
07/2013
rating [ 4/10 ]
The campground is priced well for the area. We were placed in the seasonal area as we weren't sure how long we would be staying. The spot they put us in required tight turns onto blind streets. Our camp spot was on dirt and gravel. The site was cluttered with trash from previous tenants. They require a deposit for the gate card which they will refund when you leave. The card will only work every 20 minutes to keep more than one vehicle at a time going thru the gate. It is close to a busy highway, it's not a problem at night, but during the working hours traffic can be heavy.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park is about 30 minutes away from Henry Ford's Greenfield Village. We found the staff to be extremely helpful, accommodating, and pleasant. The restrooms are clean, and the showers have been recently renovated and are in good shape. We had our choice of parking on grass in the sun, in shade on dirt, or on dirt at the lake front. This is a large park and it wasn't full, yet it was noisy. The sound travels from all the campers, their children, the big rigs, and diesel trucks coming and going. Still we had a different experience from previous reviewers. We would stay there again.
07/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
They have an adult's only area, that is very nice. Concrete pads, great plants around the pad. Friendly staff, adult pool time, too. Very busy park.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice provincial park. The staff is very helpful. The Hilltop area is extremely rural. The Lakeside area is along the lake, but there's no access from the camping area to the lake. The showers were clean, but had no adjustment for temperature. There was a wide variety of birds, some that are not seen often. Large pull through sites for most.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
All sites are large, tents may be camping next to buses. Everything is on grass. The lake is <100 yards away. Showers are clean and free of spiders and bugs. The park is a busy active campground. Campfires are allowed in specific fire rings. Dump station is near the entrance, and water tank can be filled at a nearby fountain, or at the dump station.
06/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
They have rural camp sites as well as the more popular ones near the pool. The rural camp sites are very rural! The bathrooms were clean but had many spiders and bugs. Friendly staff, extra large lending library.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Level sites, all grassy, no shade. All spots are packed closely together. Would stay again if passing through again.
06/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very friendly campground and staff. All spots are flat with plenty of trees and shade. The showers are clean but have mold.
06/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
Close to DC and Annapolis. Showers had poor water flow and were dirty. RV sites are on dirt, mostly level, hook ups are at the back of the site - a long power cord is necessary. Roads through the park have potholes. There's a busy street close by and you can sometimes hear traffic noise, especially early weekday mornings.
06/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice park, great area, however, the advertised price is $46/night, but when you get to the confirmation page on the internet site, you are charged $6 resort fee. The fee is for the putt-putt golf, pool, and other amenities. And you don't have the opportunity to opt out. However, you can get a free pancake breakfast.
06/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Very friendly folks and campers! Very clean, rural, natural setting that is lovely and quite. Although the freeway is less than a mile away, due to the trees, you can't hear the traffic. We stayed in a site with water and electric only. They offer a dump station; we used it. Probably the nicest KOA I've ever seen!
06/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Some camp site are close together; premium sites are much larger. Many folks appear to live here, not too many rigs coming and going. We were given a site at the back and couldn't receive their Wi-Fi connection. They did tell us that would be the case. Very kid and dog friendly.
05/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
The setting is nice, clean, with tons of tress and flowers. But, due to the high humidity in the area, the bathrooms are rusting away; the shower head was clogged with hard water minerals. There were spiders in the corners of the bathroom. There is an off-putting sign in the bathroom threatening eviction if you change the any of the heat settings. Phone service for Verizon was mostly unavailable, and the wireless internet provided has block all search engines.
05/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice state park. Large showers, although there was mold on the shower curtain, and clean restrooms. Cable TV works great, and you can get 4G phone service. Peaceful, quiet...except for the cicadas! All natural setting. All pull through level sites. Dump station available.
05/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Great place to stay, very friendly management and campers. They assist you in backing in, and they are very good at it, too. Clean restrooms, although there's only one men's and one women's for the entire park. Laundry facilities are good; decent price and excellent machines. Access to the beach is readily available for all. Sites are close together, but roomy enough. Each site has a concrete pad with an excellent picnic table. Full hook ups in a good location. Only problem we had were the bugs. The park can't do anything about those darn yellow flies. I hope we can return and stay with them again.
05/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
We were given a site near the street. Noise wasn't bad until 6:00 am. We asked to move into one of the many open sites, but were told nothing was available. They said they weren't allowed to move us into a site that has a reservation and move us out prior to the reservation. It was stated that this is their policy. Some sites are gravel, some are concrete. The gravel sites don't have cable. Restrooms had spiders and cob webs. Restrooms have a pass code for them, but it wasn't needed as the doors weren't locked.
05/2013
rating [ 5/10 ]
The RV Park is just off of Beach Street in the busy section of Biloxi. Street noise is discernible like ambulances, fire engines, and police. Behind the property is a very active railroad track and intersection. When the trains come thru they have to blow their horn. The trains are frequent. The staff is fantastic!
05/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Absolutely fantastic. No shade in the "introductory" sites, but plenty of shade in the "premium" sites. Bathrooms/showers were absolutely the best I've every seen! Clean and huge. I would gladly return. Peaceful, and beautiful.
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
A very nice place to spend a few days. The bathrooms/shower are a bit tired, but work well. Unfortunately, we parked over the top of an ant hill and had an invasion. A little spray of ant killer did the trick. Very peaceful and beautiful.
05/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
It's a KOA. Just like all other KOA's, except it's near a busy street and a train track. It's a good place to stay the night, if you can't get to anywhere else.
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
It was clean and quite. There's walking trails and the best thing to see and do is the Chickasaw Nation Cultural Center. It's a must see!
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