Very nice and quiet campground. The sites are large and well spaced giving you some privacy. The facilities look nice. Staff was friendly and helpful. The campground is 70+% seasonal. We would stay here again if in the area.
OK campground. Lots and lots of people with small children live here. It was late September and the place was pretty empty except for the circumference sites which were permanent residents. The office was open but never staffed. A guest pointed to a field where we could set up. We set up next to the office and we still could not get decent Wi-Fi. Eventually someone came around to collect. I will pass on this park in the future.
Staff is very friendly. They offer great kayak and canoe trips on the river. The briefing is very helpful and seems like helpful advise instead of a lecture. The campground itself is on HWY 2, so road noise is something that is just there. Good Wi-Fi, level sites, rather plain. Nice location. Easy access to river. Good laundry.
Nice state park. Good spacing between sites. Getting in is a problem for big rigs. The entrance to the sites are often quite narrow (branches scraped both sides of my RV getting in). The access road into the park is not kept up for RVs. Several branches rubbing the top of the RV.
The park is in a great location right on Moosehead Lake. The road to the park from Greenville is paved, but a little rough. The sites are wooded and well spaced so you don't have to listen to your neighbors. There are only a couple of pull through sites. The only threaded water supply is at the dump station. There is water throughout the campground and out houses. There is one central bath house with showers and toilets. The staff is friendly and we saw deer in the park each day we were there.
Nice campground. No hookups or TV reception. Verizon phone iffy, no hot spot. The campground is in the National Park but is really 35 minutes drive from about anywhere. I would recommend staying in one of the private campgrounds near Bar Harbor which is much closer to the park, it's scenic drive and hiking.
Nice park with good Wi-Fi. They say that they don't have cable TV, but the cable at our site brought in 50+ stations. Lots of shaded sites on OK dirt roads. We canoed the river in both directions until it was blocked by trees. The staff is functional but not friendly or helpful.
Just a parking lot where you can park for the Balloon Festival. Well run and friendly. We did not get any electric or water. The restrooms are Port-a-lets. Would stay here again as it is very close to the Balloon Festival.
Nice park right next to the freeway. It is on the bike trail, so there are lots of walkers, bikers, joggers, etc.. Very nice looking park. Check in at the store, pay and then pick a site. All sites are back in. Rate is for Passport America. We would stay here again.
Very good location in the valley. You can bicycle from here to just about everything in the valley. No power or water at the sites. There is a dump station at the entrance to the campground where you can dump and get water. The sites are small and stacked right on top of one another. The staff were not friendly nor helpful, maybe this was because it was near the end of the season.
OK campground. No hookups or dump station. Need to go into the valley to dump (45 min drive). Very unlevel. 3 tires off the ground and still not completely level. Had a difficult time getting into the space as did most folks. Good location for seeing the Northern sections of the park.
This is a parking lot behind the general store. No grass, shade, etc.. Just power and water which is nice when it is very hot out. Check in is across the street. The pool is across the street and it is very nice. They even provide pool towels.
Excellent park right on the river. It is fresh and clean. Looked out the front window at the river and natural area across from it. The staff is very helpful and friendly. The seasonal guests are quite nice also. Good fishing and close to the Redwoods. There is a little noise from 101, but not much. Each site has full hookups and a grassy area with a picnic table. Would stay here again.
The campground is just OK. There are no facilities at the sites and the facilities they have are not close. They are near the store and check in area. The lady in the store was quite rude. Perhaps as it was near the end of the season. We would stay in the National Forest next time. The views around Crater Lake are stunning! Well worth the visit.
The campground is nice. The sites have shade and are well spaced. They treat non-members not as well as members. Most of the park was closed by mid September. No cable, one antenna channel and no sewer hookup. One dump station open, but not on the way out. Would drive the 10 miles down to the National Forest in La Pine next time. Rate reflects Passport America.
Came here to stay one night as we wanted to see Diamon Crater (a waste of time as it turned out). Arrived at the campground and only one trailer was there and it was a piece of junk with lots of trash around it. Turned out it was the hosts trailer. We did not stay. Drove 20 miles to the west and stayed at a nice BLM campground.
This is an OK park. Very little grass, very few picnic tables or shade. It is not on the Boise Greenbelt but on an older bike path about 1 mile from the Boise Greenbelt. A nice path, nearly level and only 5 miles to downtown which is bike friendly. The folks that work here are nice but not very knowledgeble. Did not know anything about the bike path other than to point at it. Too expensive for No Cable, no shade and no picnic table. I would stay elsewhere next time.
Nice large campground. There are better in the park, but this one took reservations and has a very good location. The sites are close and the scenery is minimal. Would attempt to get into another campground next time.
Good location in the park. Friendly staff. Pay showers 4 miles away is the only real negative. Next time we would not stay here for 5 nights. We would move around the park because it is huge and takes a long time to get from point to point.
The park is large with some permanent guests. You do not get to select your site. It is near the end of the freeway so you get lots of truck engine breaking noise. The owners are friendly but in business to make a buck. They are not too helpful as we stayed here to ride on the bicycle train and they did not know much about it (part was closed). They did not offer up any information on the local area either. Would select another park next time.
OK park,great location to bicycle on the trail. The bike trail is great, level and good scenery going South/West. The park has little shade, some grass but no picnic tables and a trailer for a bath house. You can't get any TV via an antenna. It is located right on the river which is nice, but also within feet of the freeway so you get some noise. The management is not too friendly. No rules about washing and when I attempted to wash my motorcycle, they had a problem with it. We would not stay here again.
Nice campground. Quiet and clean. The guy who checked us in was very unhelpful. Did not know anything. The bike trail is quite steep in places. We rode to 9 mile falls and to Spokane falls. Did not use the showers as they were pay for use. Would not stay here again.
The park has dirt roads with pot holes and lots of dust. They charge for showers and Wi-Fi. The cable has been cut back to very basic. The water pressure is quite low. They do allow you to wash your RV. The setting is nice, though there is minimal shade. The pool is full of very small loud children. I would not stay here again.
This is the worse National Park campground I have ever been to. The bathrooms were dirty (perhaps because the park is over crowded). They do not enforce any rules. Way too many people on a site. Parking on the road because of too many cars in a site. The sites are quite small. A pull through means parking on the edge of the road. There are no showers. The beach is nice but the location is not so good. 95 miles to Hurricane ridge.
Very nice park. Right off the freeway. It is about 100 yards wide between the freeway and very active train tracks. Good park, clean restrooms, noisy trains. Would stay here again if in the area. About 1 hour to Portland. Good place to stay and visit the River and Hood Mountain. Rode up to Mt. Saint Helens which is about 2 hours away.
Good location for visiting OKC. Very narrow spaces. Could not open awning. Takes 5 minutes of running the water to get hot water in the shower. OK staff - did not seem too happy. Good free muffins in the morning.
Nice campground. Lots of wild turkeys and some deer. Staff is "just doing my job". The visitor center is a store and not knowledgeable at all, (did not even know there was water in the stream running through the canyon). The trails are sand. The scenery is great.
Nice campground. Too expensive. Don't honor Good Sam if they are busy. The staff was too busy to be friendly or helpful. Stayed one night and moved to BLM land North of Arches National Park. Old car show was in town and they started reving their engines within the campground at 6am.
OK park. Great views. Owners were friendly, but more concerned with horses and chickens. Turned off the water because it was going below freezing. They do not heat shower rooms and the water was luke warm at best. Better if it was hot out, I guess. Would not stay here if I wanted a hot shower.
At this time only loops A and B were open. They are very strict on the 8pm generator shut off. The dump station was not open yet. They put adaptors on the water so that you cannot hook up a hose to fill your tank (I used pliers and removed it temporarily to fill my fresh water tank). The location can't be beat. No showers available. The Verizon card worked well for WiFi.
My Verizon card worked well. The park is located in a beautiful box canyon. Excellent, very easy hiking trail. Nice level sites. Water available throughout campground. Excellent preview before Bryce Canyon.
The best showers we have used at a park. The sites are small, no picnic tables, minimal shade. Friendly staff. Price reflects a pay for two nights, get the third free (just ask). $8.99 per day for wi-fi and it is crappy!
Very tight sites, but large enough to put out the slides and awning. Pay wi-fi. Good location. Could bicycle into town and the waterfront area. Nice pool, friendly staff. Price is Passport America rate.
The wi-fi is very spotty. I think that is true all over town. The park is clean and the staff friendly. There is a nice clubhouse with pool tables, a book exchange and kitchen. They have good horseshore pits and shuffel board courts. There is a short trail in the desert adjoining the property. They are building several park model homes. The sites are close and there is no shade.
Nice campground right up against the mountains a little South of Alamogordo. Has a short, unmarked hiking trail that can be a little confusing. There is another trail that is very steep. Good Wi-Fi hot spot reception.
Very friendly and helpful staff. Nice overall campground. Lots of permanent folks, but clean and well kept. Very good showers. Mostly level paved pads. Close to Jackson. Wi-Fi only works next to the office. Verizon 3G worked well.
The staff moves slower than a snail. They are not at all friendly or helpful. They just take your money. Stay at the Wal-Mart for better service. When I checked in I asked if the Wi-Fi was good and was told it was excellent, so I paid for two nights. The internet did not work at all. Kept dropping the connection. The next morning I complained and requested a refund for that day as I would move. Told no! The Wi-Fi is free so if it does not work, to bad. I feel that most of the online reviews were done by the staff. Do Not Stay Here. Note from Admin: Check on other reviews show all are from RV people not the owners.
No cable TV, but the antenna picked up several local stations, very clear. No Wi-Fi, but my own hot spot from Verizon worked great. The park is clean, friendly and spacious. This is the nicest state park I have ever stayed in.
Park has friendly hosts and a great Wi-Fi. Mostly older park models with snow birds. Easy back in site with full hook ups. No cable TV, but 30 channels from the antenna. The Wi-Fi was good enough to watch TV from our Slingbox.
This is a great park. Would have received a 10 except the Wi-Fi was very poor in the RV. You could go to one of the buildings (rec hall or pool hall) and get a very good signal. Lots of activities, friendly hosts and guests. Best thing is location in the desert just South of Tucson. Hiking trails right from the park. FYI, no cable TV.
Located in the mostly Ghost Town of Bowie, AZ. Friendly staff, but unusual hours. 7-9am and 4-7pm. There is no answering machine. Located just off the freeway so worth stopping by as they almost never fill up. Good for a night stopover. Wi-Fi a little spotty.
Nice park with friendly staff. Has very level sites, good showers, good Wi-Fi and located in a quiet area. Good for an overnight stay. The pool was not open. There is a cafe on site, which we did not use.
The Wi-Fi only works at the cafe. The showers are pay. It is an open area with lots of dust. The staff were overwhelmed as they were busy for a change, and not too friendly. No late check out was available. Good location for Big Ben National Park. Looked like the best RV place in Terlingua.
Very friendly campground. Real nice community hall with pool table, kitchen and more. Only one bath and shower so have your own. Almost too dog friendly as some folks just do not pick up after their pet.
Nice functional park. Good sites and space between some sites. Had 'Lakefront' site which was really just back against the swamp. The entire campground is a swamp. If it rains, everything is very muddy. Lots of locals doing day visits on the weekends. Great Wi-Fi throughout the park.
Location is the best part of this campground. It is only 4 miles from downtown Key West and bicycling is easy to town. There is only one mens shower and toilet so plan to use the RV facilities. The sites are narrow and getting in and out can be a challenge.
Very nice campground. Friendly helpful staff. The only negative is the showers. The mens requires pushing a button every 30 seconds and the womens requires holding a chain down to get water. No control on temperature. Good waterfront location with a nice dock and some snorkeling.
Stayed here for Bike Octoberfest which is why it was $50. The other parks in the area wanted $80 and up. Check-in guy was very friendly and helpful. Stayed here for 3 nights and liked the campground and location. Quiet park with good security.