We stopped here but did not stay. The rules and regulations are lengthy and capricious. For instance, if you bid your neighbor in the next campsite a good night, you have violated the quiet time if it is after 9:30 pm. Pets are NOT WELCOME and are subject to even more onerous regulations which are subject only to the interpretations of the owners. If you truly try to abide by these nuerotic laws you will spend your stay looking over your shoulder. Check the website before you arrive, all regulations are at the discretion of the management without refunds.
A very clean RV park in every respect. The grounds were nicely landscaped and the sites are adequately sized. A lengthy cable selection was nice as we stayed here several days. The park is quiet at night and pets are welcome. Management was competent and friendly. We will return.
Roomy interior roads and sites. Lots of mature trees. Easy to navigate and level. The camp store had the necessities. Although near I-74 it was quiet. A good place to overnight. We would stay here again.
Sites would be close together if this place were full. The sites weren't very level but a decent job of leveling could be done. Just not much to set this place apart. Their sign is not very visible from the highway, and we were looking for it. We only stayed here overnight.
We had previous reservations for a local campground on the mountain and ran into problems beyond our control. We were left with no choice but to look for new campgrounds. We found this campground manager at Indian Point Campground and although he was full, he jockeyed us into a site for our week stay. This campground is very pleasant and well kept. The manager was bar none, the most hospitable campground manager that I have encountered. He put forth a great deal of effort to ensure not only a high level of comfort but made it possible for us to stay in a wonderful campsite close to Duluth for a solid week. In my opinion, a campground can only be as good as its manager. If this guy managed a campground in a different location, I would rate it a 10. This location is a bit blue collar, but that is forgotten quickly once entering the park. I recommend this campground highly.
We had reservations (used internet site) to stay at this campground for one week. We arrived on a saturday afternoon about 4:30 p.m. Found my site and had a good idea that my 29' travel trailer was not going to fit although I was told previously that it would. I backed in, and the tongue of the trailer was in the road. The door of the trailer opened into multiple trees and a thick patch of poison ivy. When I made reservations there were only two sites open at the time. Since the site I reserved was unusable and inhabitable, I went to the office to see if I could move. There was nobody at the office and I called two phone numbers that I found from the Minnesota campground guide and nobody answered the phone either. I had no choice but to find a different campground. We left a note explaining our situation and they called 1 day later saying that they would refund all but one days worth ($25) due to policy. I felt that this was unfair because I did not back out of the 'deal'. I showed up on time and there was no alternative for me due to lack of personnel. I give this campground a rating of 1 because 0 is not an option. If I had a full refund they would have had a 3. It is a nice location and the sites are small and private, good for tents and pop-ups.
We stayed at upper Ranch Camp. Lots of trees but still navigable, we even got the dish to work. One of the best in the Black Hills. There is a traffic signal on the highway near here, and on a still night it sounds like they are running heats at motocross every time the thing turns green. Otherwise a ten. We would come back.
Built on a hillside but they have terraced the land so the spots are level. All the necessities for an overnight on the Natchez Trace or this would be fine for longer if you had business here. It is quiet at night here. We would return.
So called dog run was maybe 10x10. The stream is an irrigation canal. Broken machines in the laundry continued to take money days after reported to management. Poor cable-probably the providers fault-$2.00/day. Management is bi-polar. Could be pleasant or grouchy, without relation to the immediate situation. It is a good location. I don't think we will come back.
Lack of sewer and wifi prevent a higher rating, not the size of the sites. I stayed here in a 36' 5th wheel and had no problem in the site I was in. There were several others we could have fit, you just need to know how to drive (and back up). The staff was helpful and competent. There are many good hiking trails here ranging from mild to strenuous with plentiful scenery.
The best way to describe the owner is "civilized". He and his family are ready to help if needed but unobtrusive otherwise. My idea of a good campsite is quiet, scenic, and uncrowded and this place has it. We camped here in a 36' 5th wheel and you need to be a good driver to use their best sites but the results are worth the effort. A short stones throw from the river and good trout fishing. People pay big $$$ to stay where you can get a spot for under $30.
Management is capable and accommodating. Nice sized level sites with river views. I'm surprised that a place this big and up to date doesn't have wireless. We've stayed here a couple times and will return.
Park is run by nice people. Many shady sites in a quiet area. There is a lot to see in the area. The place seems safe. Not many level sites, no wi-fi or cable, all dirt (or mud). We stayed here a week and would again.
Particularly pleasant during the week. Busy on weekends . If you want TV bring a dish, no cable or off the air. Dogs on leash applies more to some than others. Huge spring fed swimming pool. Upper Iowa is a good canoeing and fishing river. The resort rents lots of canoes on warm days-they have a shuttle. We camp here several times a year and enjoy it.
A very nice park with great views every direction. Staff members were courteous. Sites were level and roomy enough but no cable. Internet was not affordable, one could purchase a satellite hook up on a cheaper per day basis.
Offers a very close-up view of a long range vista. Staff was nice to us. All dirt sites, dusty at most times and mud if it rains. This is more than adequate for the time needed to visit Monument Valley.
A lot of permanent and semi-permanent residents haphazardly arranged under some low trees. They have a waterfront but only one or two get a glimpse. The fishing pier is short and somewhat fish deprived-but a pleasant place to sit in the sun. Probably o k if you want to lay low for the winter, but there are better places in the area.
I wish there was something to do in Beaumont to keep you there. This place is that nice. Wi-fi, cable and phone could keep one comfortable for a while. I would give this a 10 but I take exception to the "no units older than ten years" restriction. I have met boors in new units and gems in old ones.
My wife thinks this is too far away from anywhere but it is quiet. Located on the Nueces River you can use your boat or rent one to go fishing. Also an oxbow fishing pond on site. The people in charge are friendly and helpful. The park is gated and safe. Their laundry pavilion is exceptionally nice. I wouldn't visit Crystal City after dark, otherwise this is a 10.
The sites here are adequate sized and easy to get in and out. The management is friendly and they try to keep the place clean. Its a good place for an overnight stop and if I had business in Amarillo I'd stay longer.
A wind swept gravel knoll behind a motel and truck stop with the associated noise. Pieces of re-bar stick up from broken concrete-watch out. If a Wal-Mart is a 3 this is a 2 for even worse security. I won't give it a 1 because I'm sure there is someplace worse and the management is at least neutral, not nasty.
Some might not give this a 10 because you need to make your own fun (fishing). If you get a spot here it will be on a bank overlooking the Little Red River, a good trout stream. You can access this for wading right from your site or rent a boat and motor from the resort. Many cable channels available and you can get a wi-fi signal from the fly shop adjacent to the resort. They know and they don't mind. Be sure to be on your own side of the river if they start to generate power at the dam. You'll know by the incresed flow. Bring your own beer, it's a dry county!
$2.00 per day for wireless access otherwise this could be a 10. Park is clean and sites are adequately sized. 65 cable channels are nice for rainy days. They have a 500' fishing pier and some of the sites have a nice view of the bay. Walking distance to good restaurant and short drive to others. Seemed safe and in a good area of town. A lot of winter residents here.
I rate this as an "8" because I had a lakeside site. Maybe 20% of the sites are waterfront. Not far from all the attractions if that sort of thing interests you. Nice view out the rear windows. Couldn't find a wireless signal
The couple who own the place are very pleasant. Pull through sites are spacious and level. Location is far enough off the road that the noise is not noticeable. Not a destination but close to many nice places (Greers Ferry, Buffalo River, etc.)
Mostly permanent residents crammed in to small sites. No wi-fi or cable. Off the air tv is very poor as well. Stray dogs run wild in the park threatening those on leashes. Road out front heavily traveled by semis and railroad tracks used all night noisily. This is a "any port in a storm" type of park.
Very pleasant and capable hostess. Park is clean and well run. Sites are extremely small, my 36' 5th wheel covered all the land at my site-had to park the pickup elsewhere. Neighbor had to move his vehicle to allow me to leave. There is a dog pound or kennel at the west end of the park and the mutts never shut up. There is a lot to see in Vicksburg so this place is tolerable.
Good view of the bay from some sites. Some are close together. Manager is friendly. Good cable selection and fishing pier. Walking distance to good seafood. Bait shop across the street. Wi-fi available if you can get the code from a nearby hotel.