This campground is probably wonderful for families. There are lots of activities, a lake and a pool, hayrides, etc. But not so much for old fogies like us, in a big rig. The roads to the campground are 10 miles of narrow, winding country lanes. The driveway into the campground is not quite one lane wide, with obstacles or drop-offs on both sides. There are few places for a small car to pull off to let an RV pass. The site we had (Lake-8) was so steeply sloped that we could not level the coach. It did not have 50-amp service or a sewer at the site. We had no trouble with the Wi-Fi. We found the camping cost to be very expensive – the second most we’ve ever paid anywhere in 15 years of RVing! We would not stay here again. It was my mistake to choose this campground.
Be careful what you’re promised here. When we called ahead, we were told there was WiFi at “most of the sites”. When we checked in, we were told by the owner that none of the sites get WiFi. The only WiFi available in the park is in the laundry room. And you are limited to 500mb per 24-hour period. There is no going over; you are cut off. We asked if a package could be mailed to the park. But the owner has to drive a 20-mile round trip to the post office in town; there is no delivery. She is not able to do this every day. Be careful. The park is about 40 km from St. John’s, via an excellent 4-lane highway. It was an easy trip. All worked fine. Laundry was small (3 w/3 d) but clean and machines were in good repair. There are only two over-the-air TV channels. Reception varied. All sites are tiered, so everyone can see the lake. Many families with children, which was fine. They were fun to watch. We would probably not stay here again.
This park is much improved from previous reviews. The potholes have been filled with gravel and it it is still bumpy, but passable. We took it slow in our 38' motorhome and had no trouble. There is now wifi at the sites! The signal was strong and steady - a rare treat! Utilities were good. We extended our visit here, and we would stay here again.
Nice park. Small but neat and clean. We had a level, clean gravel site on the lake. Good consistent 30-amp service. You do not need to boil the water! Strong, fast Wi-Fi at the office. The only weak point is the "dump station". It is a large hole in the ground. We would stay here again.
This campground is just about perfect! The $19 we paid was the Passport America rate. People in the office are very helpful and polite, even when you mess up! $5 extra for 50 amp (may be restricted to Passport America rates). Close to town, no traffic noise, good satellite TV signal. We will stay here again!
Sites were roomy enough for our 38' rig. Lots of shade. Satellite TV is a challenge. Site 22 was perfectly quiet - no traffic noise. Wi-Fi was excellent (in June - park was almost empty). Rate is Passport America. We would stay here again.
Pay for a 50 amp site! 30 amp is very weak, maybe 20 amps is all you get. Microwave did not run properly the entire stay. Sites are not narrow and plenty long enough. Wi-Fi was very good. Sites are unlevel – we needed blocks. Did not use laundry or showers. No problem with turns or tree limbs for us. Good satellite signal off roof. $36 Good Sam rate. After 3 days of heavy rain, no problem, good drainage. Summer office hours are 10 to 6. We drive a 38' RV and tow a Jeep and we had no trouble navigating the roads or sites. We would stay here again.
Very nice office staff. No wifi all week. In fact, when I asked about wifi at the park, they told me to call Tengo. Tengo said the wifi had been down all week and it never came back up. No sewers and the dump is tucked in at the far end of a short, back-in campsite. Because of this, the park offers free pump-outs, very nice. We would not stay here again because of the wifi problem.
This park was much nicer than we expected. This area of Jersey City is undergoing gentrification and is very nice. Lots of restaurants, pedestrians, generally clean and pleasant. Shopping is nearby. Wifi mostly worked for us, occasionally bogged down due to heavy use. Sites are tight but our 38' MH fit fine. Staff is very helpful and there is 24-hour security. We would stay here again.
Small, family-run park. Very friendly, helpful people. Moderate traffic noise if you are parked right along the street. Lovely lake shore waterfront lots at the rear of the park but they are not very long. Streets inside the park are very tight. They have a laundry, did not use. They have 2 50-amp sites along the street. Wi-Fi worked well, only somewhat slow in the early evening, like everywhere. The published rate was the Passport rate for 50 amp service. There was cable installed at our 50-amp site, but it did not work. Water pressure was very low, especially in the morning and early evening. Because of the traffic noise and the very low water pressure, we would not stay here again.
Contrary to Passport America listing, park does not accept credit cards. Passport rate is limited to 2 nights. All 50-amp sites are $2 extra for cable whether you use it or not. Gravel sites are level but slightly narrow. Wifi is only available in the office, not at the sites. 50-amp sites are right by the interstate and very noisy at night. This RV park has more activities than we've seen anywhere. Free pancakes most mornings, bowling, lunches out at restaurants, cards every afternoon, bingo every night and a wonderful pot luck lunch on the 4th! Some of the friendliest people we've ever encountered. We will stay here again.
Very pretty entrance, winding roads, many shade trees. Be careful if you want WiFi; it is not available except right up by the office. We were given a site that was very unlevel; we had to change but they let us switch. We were directed to go into the site the wrong way; the utilities would have been on the wrong side of the coach. We figures that out, too! We had planned to stay 3 nights, and paid for 3 nights, but when we discovered the lack of WiFi at the site, they let us pay one night only. We left the next morning. There is a discount for cash or check.
Very quiet, considering how close to the interstate they are. The WiFi was down the entire time we were there (48 hours). So if WiFi is important to you, confirm it works before you pay! (Don't just ask them; they say Yes. Try it.) When I asked the lady in the office about the WiFi, she laughed and said she knew nothing about computers. No help at all.
Wi-Fi cost $2.50 per day extra but did not work. Don't pay! Pool was dirty. Right on I-40, so traffic noise was loud. Manager was very nice. Laundry was fine. Overnight sites are pull-throughs on fresh gravel base.
Very pretty, nice staff. Some sites are small, limited spaces for big rigs but they do have them. They have a $12 BBQ every once in a while - excellent food! Do not buy the pay for use internet! It is provided by Schat.com. We will never be scammed by them again. 90% of all internet sites are blocked by them - very strange. Useless. We would not stay here again because of the internet scam.
We have stayed here many times. Very convenient to restaurants, shopping, services, attractions. Gravel annex lot is level. Paved lot sites are not level, not even close. Wi-Fi is excellent. Very little shade, but excellent satellite TV reception. Very friendly and helpful staff. We will stay here every time we visit Sacramento.
We had seen some negative reviews of this park but they are undeserved. The man running the park was onsite at all hours. He was very helpful and polite. The wifi is pay but it worked fine. The cable TV is iffy. All other aspects are fine. We would stay here again.
Thousand Trails membership park. Open to public as space allows. We are not members. Site was back-in, on river, traffic noise, no wifi, no cable, no satellite access, no over-the-air TV access. Price was very high - $46 - the most we paid anywhere in 9,100 miles this year! This includes Alaska. We will not stay here again.