Easy to get to. Clean. Large and smaller sites. Everything was great. Lots of room to walk dog. Walk to Cabela's store. Wal-Mart down the road (no overnight camping at that Wal-Mart) for supplies. Take a little time and travel the old Lincoln Highway out of Sidney and enjoy the western Nebraska scenery and small towns if you have the time. Would stay again!
2nd stay at this campground. Stayed here also in 2010. Still nice and clean. Quiet, stayed on Sunday night but there were no races at nearby racetrack. Interstate noise not bad. South end of ground has monthly renters. Pet friendly. No issues, would gladly stay again.
We stayed for an overnight here and to go to Biltmore Estate the next morning. The staff was very accommodating for us to stay a little extra the next day if needed if we ran long at Biltmore and didn't' get back in time for checkout. I booked online for a pull-through but got a back-in site. Not a big deal since we were going to unhook and go out for dinner on arrival, but it made it a little inconvenient when leaving and had to hook back up in the driveway. The sites are close together, and some other campers were letting their kids run amok amongst other camp sites. THE TRAIN came through at least 5 times overnight, blaring the horn. Wow, it was close. Very loud. I love trains, but not when they wake me up so much at night, and I have to drive the next day. Kids liked the arcade and shop. Unfortunately we didn't have time to try the fishing or anything, but it looked fun. But the train: for that reason I will probably try another campground in the area next time through.
Good for an overnight. Seems clean and staff was friendly. We were escorted to our site. No problems with hook-ups. Easy access to North Platte if you are visiting there or going to the UP railyard and museum. Diner next door has good food for cheap.
Don't let the approach to the park fool you. This is a nice place to stay. The road to the park takes you past a salvage auction and a race track. This is a very old park that the owners are fixing up. Not sure what one reviewer is talking about but the pool was redone 3 years ago and is in great shape. People were in it all the time and the playground always had kids on it. The owner is hands on and attentive to the rules of the campground and pool. She kept the pool open longer for us when there were kids in there enjoying it. We stayed on the north end of the campground so the interstate noise was not bad. It looks like the south end would have to endure more noise. Nice central location between Omaha and Lincoln so it's easy to visit both cities. Would stay here again for sure.
Very nice people. Name of the park made us think it would be noisy but it's not. We only stayed overnight and did not use much in the park but it looked well kept. WiFi was not working while we were here. Owners knew about it and told us on check-in. Easy to maneuver around with a big rig and toad. Would stay again.
A great park. Large trees, great landscaping, wide roads and great sites. Easy access to all things in the area. Nice clubhouse with indoor pool and workout room. Very clean and well kept. Negatives: Had Wi-Fi issues the whole time here. Staff is far down the scale on friendliness compared to many other parks. Was told we were reserved a pull-through and it was not. No street signs to help navigate the park. We would stay again for sure though, a really beautiful park in a great destination.
Nice resort with level concrete sites and a great location to Hoover Dam, Las Vegas and Lake Mead. All back in sites so no pull-throughs, but the owner will take you there and direct you in. Pretty quiet location for being in town. Internet got a little spotty at times. A great home base for the area.
This is a great campground. Has friendly owners and staff. Great views all around. It is a little tight for big rigs but nothing unmanageable. We moved after the first night to the site next door since it was a little wider. Owners had no problem. Cleanest showers and bathrooms I've seen in a campground also. No TV or radio stations so have your satellite ready. Also no cell service except in town a few miles up the road. Internet at campground seemed to go down quite a bit and that was my only real complaint. Would stay here again for sure.
Very convenient campground for Williams and especially if you are riding the train to the Grand Canyon. You are just a couple blocks from downtown Williams and Route 66. Not really sure what we paid for the RV site as we got a package with the RV park, train ride and more. Wife didn't really care for the campgrounds since it was like a parking lot and no wood fires allowed. True, there is no rustic charm to the grounds. It is just a glorified parking lot, but for a stay in Williams it just doesn't get any more convenient.
Great owners of the park. There were very helpful and friendly. This is an old motel property that has been converted. That leads to the charm for me. I only give it a lower rating because there is no security. Our site was along a side road, right next to the road. Neighbors across the street made me a little nervous but the owners said they know everybody. We had no problems though, I just prefer more security. That said I would go back and I'll just ask for a site inside the motel court or not next to the road. You can't beat the price and friendliness for a 50 amp full hookup.
Very nice resort with wide roads and spaces. Nice tall hedges between most sites. All sites were neat as a pin. When one traveler leaves they drag the site before the next one comes. Fast and friendly check-in. The park itself is quiet and relaxed but we did hear a lot of highway noise at night. I was woken up by Jake brakes on the interstate a couple times over the night and then a train at 6 in the morning. That would be my only complaint about the Hacienda in addition to not having a real pool. We stayed here overnight while passing through.
First, let me say the low rate was due to using the coupon on the Beaudry web site. Our stay from a Friday afternoon to a Monday morning was only $68! That is awesome for a first class facility such as this one. Of course, this is June in southern Arizona so the place is fairly empty as this is not prime season. We were parked across from the pool, laundry and fitness facility which was very convenient for us with the kids. Check-in was fast and friendly. I paid the $14 fee to wash my rig over the weekend at my site which was also convenient. There is not much shade here (again, it's Tucson) but there are plenty of lemon, lime and orange trees around to break of the sites. The whole place was clean and very well maintained including the pool and jacuzzi. We felt very secure in the gated resort. There is the Beaudry RV sales and Camping World on site also. We did not eat at the on-site restaurant so we don't know how that is. Highly recommended if you are staying in the Tucson area.
Second time here after a year and like it even better. It's a small, well kept park with not too many amenities but a very nice place to stay. If you have kids there is no pool or fishing. Don't think there is a playground either but a nice office and lounge area. Friendly people. Great staff. Will plan to stay here again for a pleasant, quiet overnight experience. Price is Good Sam discount.
Stopped in when we were having some overheating on our rig. They were very helpful and accommodating by giving me the name of a RV tech in the area. I decided to stay the night and the tech came the next morning. The grounds are small and the spaces are on the small side for a big rig but still very doable. The grounds were very well kept and clean. Everybody was friendly. There is a county or state lake in walking distance but it's not really a destination. We ordered pizza from the camp office and was surprised at how gourmet and good it was. I would definitely stay here again. Oh, and the tech couldn't help with our overheating and he was honest about it so we safely got to a Cat service center in Amarillo the next day and got repaired.
This is a friendly park with helpful employees. We stayed in a great big pull-through site. Access is easy to the park from the interstate and there is plenty of dining in this tourist area. Like all the KOAs we have stayed in, this is very kid friendly. Downtown Nashville is about 20 minutes away and easy to get to. My only complaint is the high price we paid.
We stayed just one night en-route to Florida and found this park to be a nice stop. It has pull-through sites, a nice lake, nice roads for the kids to ride bikes on, and is close to town for eating. The park was clean and seemed to be well maintained. There were carnival campers in the back of the park while we were here and security is lacking so I can't say what an extended stay would be like, but for overnight or a day or two, it's more than adequate.
This is a nice, large park that is very easy to get to. Security is great. You must pass through a gate with a guard to get in. They have a patrol in the park driving around all the time. There are many amenities here including dining, hot-tub, pool, RV repair, golf cart rental and sales and more. There are no pull-through sites. The site we had was well maintained and (like all that I saw) all concrete. Most people were very friendly. We were here with our kids (age 10 and 12) and the park is not geared for them. They are not allowed to ride their bikes or walk alone on the grounds. So if you are used to letting your kids go off by themselves you cannot here. The patrol will bring them back to you. There are no special things for kids here so keep that in mind. This park is for the older crowd or childless couples though you will see other kids here including grandchildren of residents. That said, it's a wonderful place to stay. Orlando is just 45 minutes away for the Disney goers. We watched the shuttle launch from the park in one morning and that was great. I would return if it was just my wife and I. With kids along we will probably look for another more kid friendly park.
We only stayed one night here while passing through. It seemed to be a pretty clean and accommodating campground. The camp sites were of fair size for the most part. They directed us right to our site and helped us park. They have bike rentals and fishing. There is a little dog play park that is fenced in out of the way for the critters. You are very close to the highway but the noise was really not bad at all. The wifi was having problems and the male half of the owners looked into it and got it working for us. DO pay attention to the directions they give you as if you have a big rig you want to enter from the west due to the turn into the campgrounds. The lady that checked me in (I don't think it was the owner) was a little put off that I suggested they put up a KOA sign on the street. They are working on zoning for it I guess. I was looking for the yellow KOA tent and went past the campground. So I had to turn around and make the sharp corner into the grounds anyway with my rig after driving 8 miles out of the way to get the right exit. Oh well. Their sign actually is big and white and says Fox Fire Resort.
This is a nice little campground to base your explorations of Gettysburg from. It is only a mile to the visitor center and less than that to some points of the battlefield. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The site was ready when we arrived. It was a pretty quiet atmosphere to spend the evening after touring the battlefield. The sites are not huge but fair. We lucked out by not having a neighbor on our camping side the whole time which made it seem really big. The little fishing lake was entertaining for the kids and the game room had plenty of machines though they were very dated. I recognized a couple from my high school years in the early 80's. But the kids liked them anyway. Do not take 30 from the west into Gettysburg if you don't like 7% grades, and lot's of 'em. I came that way due to the GPS directions and we were fine with our jake brake on our diesel but I'd worry without it. We would stay here again with no problem.
This is a hard campground to review. You cannot beat it's proximity to Washington, DC for going into the town via the train. They are tailored for the DC tourist here with a Metro bus stop right on the grounds that will take you to the train station for your commute to town. You can buy your bus tokens and train tickets right there for your convenience. There is shopping right down the road for your groceries and such. The camp store is nice and well equipped. The pools looked maintained and the little snack bar was convenient. They will not assign a space until you get there for pull-thrus so we didn't know if we had one or not. The young man checking us in didn't look at our reservation preferences and we had to ask if it was a 50 amp pull thru and he said "oh, you want one of those." He assigned us a spot and we went to it and put down the jacks and slide outs when my wife yelled to me to hold up as it was a 30 amp site only. Great. Called the office and they sent a guy out to us. He looked to confirm it was only 30-amp and apologized and offered a back-in space for us. That was fine so we did that and they refunded the $5 extra/day they charge for the pull-thru. The sites are crowded with not much room between neighbors. The road noise from being next to Washington Beltway is VERY loud. You can hear the trucks with Jake Brakes and racing motorcycles all night long so it's best to keep the windows closed and the AC on for quiet. The personnel at the campground were not the friendliest people. They seemed to be burned out from dealing with tourists. The roads are crowded so if you don't like traffic with your rig you are going to the wrong area. We came down from the north off 29 and didn't have any problems with traffic at mid-day. Bottom line for us is Cherry Hill is just a place to crash after a long day in DC. It is not really a camping experience since it's busy, noisy and crowded. If you are spending your time in DC this is a convenient location to park.
This has got to be one of our favorite campgrounds by far. We only stayed two nights while visiting the Richmond area and wished we could have stayed a little longer! After camping in the hustle and bustle of the DC area this was a welcome break! The grounds are very well maintained by the owners and it's obvious they take pride in the facilities. It is very quiet as they are not close to a highway. We were there during the week so it was not crowded at all. The sites are very spacious with brick patios and fire rings. My kids loved the fishing ponds which were beautiful. The owners son brought us along to feed the catfish and the kids still talk about it. We also learned how to talk to the cows in the pasture! I had a nice conversation with the owners on our second night and really enjoyed their company. The camp store is very nice with loads of antiques and collections. The only thing that would make this a ten for me would be Wi-Fi and cable right at my rig. Other than that this has been our favorite stop from Arizona to Maryland and we will find a reason to return. Highly recommended for relaxation or visiting Richmond/Appomattox area.
This is a very clean, very safe park. Neat as a pin. Wide open save a few trees. But some of those trees are lemon and such and you can feel free to pick your own. Camping World and Beaudry RV right outside the park. You won't lack for anything here. Except the diner wasn't open for breakfast or even coffee.
This is a very nice State Park. The road is winding to the campground but we didn't have a problem with a 39' coach and Suburban toad. The park staff is friendly and helpful. The sites don't offer any 50 amp or sewer but it's worth getting by without. It was not too crowded during the week but the weekend was packed. The sites are fairly large though and you are not on top of each other. There were a lot of kids but the noise was not unruly. Easy access to the nice little city of Madison. We will return for sure.
This is a nice park tucked away from the interstate in the countryside. We were late arrivals and there was a packet at the office for us with a map and directions to our site. There are plenty of nice sites there, some open and some wooded. We were in a pull through site that was easy to get in and out of. We saw some back in sites on the side of the grounds that looked very nice and a little more private. If we come back through we will try and get one of those. There is a nice little office and rec area also. We only stayed one night so can't say much about any other activities.
We only stayed one night on a stopover but found the park to be clean and friendly. When making reservations the lady was very helpful with info. We were late arrivals and they had a packet waiting for us at the night drop with a map to our site highlighted. While not the fanciest park by any means, it is a nice relaxing place. We plan to return on our trips west.