We were there on race day, and the noise was incredible. Otherwise it is an OK place to stay when in Paducah. It is hard to find and on very narrow roads. The spaces are unusually close together. Nice people.
This is a great campground for all the reasons mentioned by others, but for me it was a long drive from Branson, especially at night and after getting through Branson traffic. If I wasn't going to Branson, I would have given it a 10. Nice people.
After traveling 10,000 miles through 28 states it was a pleasure to be here and not be inundated with campfire smoke or barking dogs. This is a clean and well maintained park geared to the mature visitor. The owner was very accommodating and understands that some people enjoy getting away for a peaceful and quiet vacation. Like most campgrounds, there are rules, but unlike most others, rules are enforced. We will always try to stay here when in the Flagstaff area.
This could have been a nice campground but it has been ruined by ridiculous T-shaped campsites and over crowding. The T-shaped campsites are big enough for one RV but occupied by two. If you are skillful enough to get in, you can probably get out, except that your neighbor could have you blocked and if he is not around, you might be trapped. This campground gets the prize for cleanest bathrooms.
This is one of the nicer KOA's I have seen. Do not try to find it by using the address and GPS. We were stuck on one lane unpaved roads through difficult terrain by so doing. The KOA representative may try to help by telling you to input a nearby address. This also will deliver you to the wrong destination. The campground is easy to get to and easy to find, but do not rely on GPS to get there.
There are few campgrounds to be found in this part of Michigan so if you need one you may have to stay here as we did. It does have a pretty setting and has potential. If you get a pull through, you will be in the RV and excess materials storage area, so a back-in is better. Avoid using the bathrooms: my wife said the women's bathroom was really bad. Also the washing machine wouldn't drain from the prior user.
This is a good place to stay if you are in the area. We had to move from Shipshewanna North because our space was available for only one night. We found the north campground to be much more desireable: the south being little more than a parking lot. Beware the traffic on flea market days: there is a lot of time spent waiting in traffic.
This was a tightly packed campground. The escorts use golf carts to lead everyone in, but they do so at full throttle so both the golf cart and the following RV kick up excessive dust: totally unnecessary. Nearly everyone had a campfire so it was dust and smoke in your rig unless you kept everything closed.
This is a good place to camp in La Crosse, and if you are lucky enough to get campsite 101 you will be especially pleased. The laundry room is not good: the washers and dryers are really old and the water is not desireable for laundering.
This is a good choice when exploring Glacier. We were very comfortable here and enjoyed the evening campfires. Wooded campsites give a feeling of privacy. Highway and train noise did not bother us. The long term owner is very knowledgeable about Glacier and the surrounding area.
A very nice and very large, well managed park in a commercial area of suburban Portland. We spent two nights here, giving us the opportunity to spend a day exploring Portland. It is an easy drive to the light rail station in Gresham, where we caught a train for downtown.
I don't expect to find a nicer RV resort. We were planning a one night stay, but extended to four nights based upon our positive experience. If you plan to arrive after 4PM, without a reservation, call ahead to arrange for a gate code.