A beautiful campground. Lots of trees, shrubs and grass. Very quiet. Large, private sites. Lots of deer and rabbits. Raccoons can be a problem. One tried to steal the graham crackers off the picnic table while we were sitting around the fire making s'mores! No hook ups, but the dump station was nearby.
This expensive park is a "highway adjacent" park. Very loud highway noise can be heard throughout the park. Small sites have campers jammed together, but this is to be expected for a park near a big city. Cable TV had a fuzzy picture. WiFi was very fast. The clubhouse and pools were large and nice. The park is close to the Greenbelt Metro station which takes you into D.C. We purchased all day Metro passes for a Sunday. Due to an employee's mistakes we were forced to add money to our day passes to get back to the park. At the time we bought the tickets we even questioned the employee to make sure that we were buying day passes. He assured us this was the right pass since it was a weekend. Back at the park that night we went to the office to straighten things out. We were told to wait for the manager the next morning. We weren't given an apology or even an "I'm sorry that happened to you". We came back the next morning to talk to the manager, who was not there yet, and was told by another employee that it was our mistake. After waiting around for the manager, who was suppose to be there any minute, we ended up leaving without an apology from any employee.
A very nice park. Close to Colonial Williamsburg (about 5 miles) and Busch Gardens (about 15 miles). Park staff is friendly and helpful. Washers and dryers work well. A few dryers money slots stuck and needed some jiggling to get them loose. While the sites look like they are close together, the design layout makes it seem that there is lots of room between sites. We didn't have to look directly into anyone's windows or sit next to their sewer hook-up. Mostly long pull-throughs. Wi-Fi worked well.
This is a National Park Service campground located on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Although there are not any hookups, the view of the ocean that some of the sites offer makes this a worthwhile stop. The sites are of medium size, but there is lots of space between sites. The campground offers a boardwalk with access to the beach. The weather was great, but watch out for mosquitoes. Unlike most NPS campgrounds this one offers a basic shower so you can clean up after spending the day in the ocean. The campground is about 20 minutes from the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. Reservations are not available, and weren't necessary as the campground was only 1/3 full. Be sure to check out the local fish markets for fresh local fish and take in a national park program.
If you're looking for a campground on the beach then this is the place for you. We had a spot very close to the dunes with direct ocean access. We could hear the waves crashing while sitting inside our camper. If you're looking for a roomy campground with lots of amenities then you should look elsewhere. This isn't the typical campground that we look for because the sites are very close together and people are on top of each other, but the beach access make it worthwhile. The couple that runs the place is very nice and helpful.
A family oriented campground. Watch out for kids while driving around. The campground is fairly close to Historic Charleston and Folly Beach. The beach area had lots of traffic over the 4th of July weekend. The sites were large and spread out. Large trees provided shade. WiFi was super fast. Besides the campground the park offers hiking/biking trails, a water park, fishing piers, boat and bike rentals and a dog park. Although the campground was full over the weekend it it was nice and quiet at night.
Disney lives up to its reputation. The park is very large but very quiet at the same time. It is beautifully landscaped and clean. Since the park is so large it can be difficult to get around. If possible, recommend a site near a bus stop or bring a tow car. You can not drive to the marina and shops in the campground but you can drive yourself to the theme parks and not have to rely on Disney buses. A parking pass is included in the cost of camping here so it doesn't cost you anything to drive yourself to the parks. I highly recommend the Hoop-De-Doo Review at the campground. Great food and fun entertainment makes it worthwhile.
Located in the heart of the Okefenokee Swamp at the end of a 17 mile road, this campground immerses you in nature. This park offers fishing, boat rides, boat rentals, a nature trail and alligators! The sites are very large and spread out. It is very quiet in this campground. We took the boat tour and later in the day rented a boat to explore the swamp further. We saw many alligators along the way. We were forced to pay for 3 nights but only stayed for two because of a holiday weekend. The park was only 25% full during our stay. The staff was friendly. Don't forget to get fuel and groceries before driving into the park.
Wow! We stayed here for one night and wished we could have stayed longer. We ended up having a waterfront site which we didn't expect. The park also offers swimming at their beach, hiking and a gator pond. The campground was quiet at night. Expect many early risers as people leave early to go fishing. This park seems to be the last bit of wilderness in a very commercialized city.
A beautiful, quiet park 20 minutes from the French Quarter. Very large sites set in the scenic bayou. A nice boardwalk trail follows the bayou. Lots of wildlife. Free laundry facilities, however the dryer did not work properly and we ended up taking our wet clothes to a coin operated laundromat. Beware of the Huey Long Bridge! It is very narrow. If you decide to take your motorhome across, drive down the center, blocking both lanes. We shaved off part of our tail pipe on the curb/wall.
Location, location, location... If you're into Elvis and want to visit Graceland then this is the place for you. Or, if you want to experience the nightlife on Beale Street then this is the place for you. The campground offers 24 hour security and a free shuttle to Beale Street. A very quiet campground that served its purpose.
This campground is located on the western side of town right off the freeway. It is very quiet. Sites are laid out nicely, some with shady trees. Huge Class A Motorhomes and Fifth Wheels dominate the large sites. They offer free continental breakfast in the mornings. Cereal, bagels, pastries, coffee and orange juice are available. The staff was very helpful, changing our site from the front of the park to the rear. Wireless is available but spotty at times. I'd stay here again when in town.
We stayed here one night for the start of an eight week road trip. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were roomy and many had a nice view of the valley and the mountains. The freeway noise was minimal, however there is a truck stop right below the campground and the sound of the refrigerated truck coolers kept my husband awake at times. I did not notice the noise and slept great. Wifi is available but slow at times. We would stay here again when passing through the area.