Located a short distance from Quebec City, this park was rural enough to provide a quiet, pleasant atmosphere, yet close enough to the ferry to Quebec to make it an easy day trip into the city. The park staff were friendly and helpful.
Great park located about 30 minutes outside of Montreal. The park office was great to deal with, offering guidance on things to see in the area, assistance with arranging bus tours, transportation in and out of Montreal, and general assistance on other needs (such as grocery shopping, etc.).
This park is nothing to write home about, but it served our needs for a visit to the Grand Rapids area. There was a fair amount of confusion over site boundaries, and it seemed that other campers were scattered around the park in a rather disorganized fashion. Getting level in our site was a bit challenging, but do-able.
The park is nothing more than a large gravel parking lot behind a marina on the Hudson River. Sites are narrow, amenities are few. However, just a 1/2 mile walk away is a PATH station where you can catch a train right to Mid-town Manhattan. Or for a bit more money, you can take a ferry to Manhattan from the marina right on site. The park was full every night during the week we were there, so if you want to see New York City, make reservations well in advance.
The park is located some distance away from the closest town in a very rural setting. Although the setting is pretty, it was a bit of a challenge to get to it and, once there, the steep, narrow roads added another dimension to our challenge. The office staff was friendly, but sent an elderly gentleman out to help us park. Trusting that he had experience, one member of our group following the guidance given by park staff and ended up damaging his awning when he hit a tree. The park management were reluctant to assume any responsibility for the incident, offering a small discount rather than paying for the damage. When another group member had electrical problems, the park electrician requested that the surge protector we ran between the power post and the RV disconnected to eliminate the problem. Needless to say, we declined to do so (probably would have blown all our electronics) and ended up plugging into another power box. We would look for other options rather than stay here again.
Well located park just a short drive away from most of the area attractions. Although many of the sites are occupied by long-term residents or used as vacation get-aways, everyone was friendly and helpful. Sites are large and the office staff was friendly. What more could we want? Well, maybe a sewer hookup!
Large, beautiful park located just outside of Boston. This park is well-run with loads of amenities and a helpful staff. A short drive to a neighboring town allowed us to take the train into Boston to tour the area sights.
This is a beautiful campground located in the destination resort area of Lake George, NY. There's enough to do in the park alone to keep you busy for several days, but all the local attractions are close by as well.
This is a small park co-located with a marina along the river (canal). Spaces and amenities are very basic with most of the waterfront sites occupied by long-term residents. Very active train tracks run along one side of the park, with trains frequently loud enough to make conversation impossible. It was an OK place to stay for our purposes.
Very nice park located a short distance from Niagara Falls and area attractions. We were parked on a very nice waterfront site. Management did a great job making us feel comfortable and offering advice on things to do in the area.
Nice park in a pretty setting with great management. Remotely located around a small lake. Most of the sites are occupied by long-term residents who use their sites as a vacation getaway. We were parked in an area reserved for short-term stays and were treated very well by the management.
Nice park in a good location with easy access to area attractions. We were given the choice of parking "in the trees" or in a more open area. We chose the open area to ensure satellite reception, but were quite happy with our assigned site. We would stay here again.
This is a beautiful park, well located near major attractions in the area. The park partners with a local ferry service to offer free shuttles to and from the dock from which transportation to Mackinac Island is available. The park itself is beautiful - heavily wooded with lots of amenities. It's huge - big enough to get lost in - but most of the sites are quite large and well-spaced to afford privacy. We would stay here again.
This is a great park, well located to allow us to watch ships traveling up and down the river on the way to the Sault Ste. Marie locks. The park staff were extremely helpful and prompt when dealing with issues. We had problems with the power to our site when we arrived, and they had an electrician out and the repair completed within 30 minutes! The only reason I didn't rate this park a 10 is because there's no sewer hookup at the sites. There are, however, two dump stations on the grounds that are easily accessed. We'd definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. If I'd rated this park just after our check in, the rating would have been much lower. Despite the fact that we had reservations, the park seemed unprepared for us. Granted, we were three big-rigs traveling and arriving together, but it took us the better part of an hour to check in and make our way to our site. The young woman in the office seemed quite confused, telling us that our sites were not long enough to accommodate our rigs. We finally walked to the sites and determined that we would all fit. However, getting to the sites took quite an effort. Several of us had to ask other campers to move their vehicles so we could drive all the way through the park, make a loop and squeeze past other RVers parking on a narrow road waiting to check in. Once we finally got situated, the park was fine, although I don't know if we would return to this park if we were in the area again.
Nestled in a grove of oak trees, set on a working corn and soybean farm, this gem of a campground is a real find. On arrival, we were a bit concerned about our choice as we didn't see any indication of a campground. We were greeted by the very friendly owner who assured us that we'd be satisfied with our sites. He then led us 1/2 mile down a well-kept gravel road to a lovely little campground that didn't disappoint. We loved sitting out in the evening watching the fireflies, gazing at stars overhead and listening to the crickets chirp. It was so quiet and peaceful, it was hard to believe it was only about 2 miles off the interstate. We'd go back here again in a heartbeat and wish we could have stayed longer this visit.
Conveniently located just off the Interstate and close to area attractions. The management team was extremely friendly and helpful. Pull through sites are plenty long and easy to get in and out of. There is some road noise from nearby I90 at night.
This is a great park, located close to the City of Auburn (just south of Seattle) yet in a setting that feels very rural and private. The only thing keeping me from giving a higher rating is the lack of full hookups (although there is a dump site available in the park) and other amenities typically found in a more upscale RV park.
I was pleasantly surprised to find this park exceeded my expectations, which were set rather low based on other reviews. Note that this review is for one of the few (only 6 or so) full hookup sites. Sites were reasonably spaced so you didn't feel like you were on top of your neighbors and we had a large grassy area behind us that backed up to a golf course, making for a pleasant area to sit and relax. We didn't use the restrooms or any of the other park amenities.
This is a nice park and the price is right. Sites are fairly close together, but that's typical for a large city location. We were disappointed in the cable -- the picture was pretty poor on most stations, however we had no problem getting over the air local stations in HD. As we do with every park associated with a casino, we joined the player's club upon arrival, then submitted our card for a 15% discount for the remainder of our stay. We later learned that the discount is not supposed to be applied until your next stay, but they honored the earlier commitment and gave us our discount.
Great, peaceful location on Lake Havasu. The park is about 15 miles south of Lake Havasu City, but remote enough to be away from all the ambient light and city noise. Although the RV sites are not waterfront, there's a boat launch and a nice swimming beach immediately adjacent to the campground. There's also a dump station in the park.
In our opinion, this is one of the best RV Parks in the Tucson area. It's well located with easy access to stores, gas stations and local attractions. The people in the park - both residents and employees -- are extremely friendly and inclusive. There are lots of activities and amenities available along with classes and organized group events. You can participate as much or as little as you want. We've enjoyed coming here the last 2 years and intend to return again next season. The rate above is based on a monthly rate.
This is an adequate park well located in Quartzsite, but, like most RV parks in the area, it's nothing to get excited about. Since we were here during the annual RV Show, we were pleased to find a park that didn't insist on a minimum two week stay. Due to that and the friendly, helpful park staff, we raised the rating from what normally would have warranted only a 5 to a 7.
We're not usually fans of KOAs, but this one is really top notch. The owners take great pride in their park and have really invested in making improvements. We stayed here six years ago, shortly after they acquired the park and their hard work is noticeable. The owners are friendly and go out of their way to provide great customer service. In fact, when we checked in, the owner stopped by to let us know she was on her way to Wal-Mart and asked if we needed anything.
This is a great park located close to the lovely city of Madison. There are numerous bike, hiking and walking trails and you can easily enjoy all that Madison has to offer while staying here. Only reason we didn't give this park a 10 rating is because of the lack of full hook ups. We would stay here again.
Great find: very clean, well located RV Park with a very nice casino in addition. We were pleasantly surprised to learn that two free buffet breakfasts were included in the ridiculously low nightly rate. The park is well maintained, sits on a nice little man-made lake and is next to a relatively new, very nice casino with several restaurant options. Only reason we didn't rate this a 10 is because of the lack of sewer and cable TV.
Owners were very friendly, the park was clean and well-kept. Since we were only staying here overnight on our way to another destination, we didn't use any of the facilities, but would definitely return here again.
This is a clean, well-located campground. While definitely not upscale, we were perfectly happy with our pull-through site and the 3 nights we spent here. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful: a pleasure to deal with. If you're sensitive to noise, be aware that there is audible traffic noise coming from nearby I-90 as well as train traffic (and whistles) all night long.
We stayed here for 5 weeks and would definitely return. The park is close enough to Phoenix and Scottsdale to provide easy access, yet is remote enough to give a wilderness feel. We enjoyed watching the wildlife, including a bald eagle that visited the campground regularly. The facilities are immaculate, with a very nice pool and hot tub. Wi-Fi worked well. My only negative comments are that the staff wasn't particularly friendly and the nearby casino (approximately 1 mile away) hosted outdoor concerts on weekends which could be heard clearly in the RV park, whether you wanted to or not.
This beautiful park is well located and has all the amenities. People are friendly and the sites are good sizes and well spaced. My only complaint is that this park has some amenities, such as the fitness center, that are restricted to owners only. Given the rates that we paid, I was disappointed not to be able to use all the facilities here. Were that the case, I would have rated this park higher.
This park is nothing to write home about, however it is well located and one of the few options in this area. The spaces are quite close together and basically the campground is nothing more than a gravel parking lot.
This is a very nice park - everything is first class and the surrounding area is beautiful. The staff was extremely friendly and all the facilities were very well maintained. A convenient shuttle will drive you to the nearby casino, but there's plenty to do and see in the area outside the casino as well. My only complaint is that the park WiFi wasn't working well when I was there, however I was able to get a good signal at the casino hotel, which is served by the same company.
Although the park is still under construction, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The sites are very nice, and they have a unique layout for some of their pull-throughs that result in RV'ers being positioned around the four sides of a square of lawn - each rig in a pull-through. This is a particularly nice set up for groups and allows each unit a lot of space and privacy. The club house is beautiful, management is very friendly and accommodating. Our only complaint is that the pool wasn't very clean and there are no picnic tables at the sites.
This park is one of our favorites. It's well located right on Granite Lake with a bicycle/walking path running just in front of the park. The park management is very accommodating and everything is clean and well maintained. We particularly enjoy the free newspaper deliver to our site each weekday morning!
This park was a pleasant surprise. The sites are nicely spaced and the park is extremely clean and big-rig friendly. The staff was quite friendly and helpful. Since it is located just off the freeway, you may want to be careful about accepting a site on that side of the park. We were in the middle section and weren't bothered by freeway noise at night, although we could hear vehicles going by during the day.
This is one of the worst parks we've stayed in. The park is unkempt, with many long-term residents. Sites are ridiculously narrow, in fact, if you have slides, it's likely you won't have enough room to walk between sites. The management is not at all friendly. I would not recommend this park to anyone.
This is a very well run park - the management team is outstanding and will go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. The facilities are great -- pool, exercise room, club meeting room and large gathering room with a RV in the main building. They'll even deliver a portable fire pit to your site on request. I highly recommend this park.
The owners are extremely friendly and customer-service oriented. When we checked in, we found there were other patrons encroaching on our space and the management immediately addressed the problem very effectively. On the negative side, the sites are very close together, there are virtually no trees anywhere in the park and it's not particularly attractive. However, during our entire stay, the park was completely full. I think this is a great example of a park that needs some competition in the area so they'll improve the amenities a bit.
Campground operators are very new to this business. Despite calling in advance for reservations, they acted surprised at the size of our rigs (36' & 34' Class A Motorhomes) and we barely fit into the sites. In addition, despite the fact that there was a reader board advertising "specials", the owners refused to give us the special rate because we had not asked for it when making our reservations (three months prior) and because we had already paid our fees for the 6 day stay by the time we noticed the ad. The owner repeatedly promised us free vouchers for a future stay, however he never delivered on that promise either. The WiFi service was very poor. I would not recommend this park.
This park's primary asset is the location -- on the Washington/Oregon border with easy access to both Portland,OR and Vancouver,WA. As noted by other reviewers, there are a lot of long-term RVers here, however we found the park to be clean and well maintained and experienced no problems with any of the other "residents". We were, however, frustrated with management. We inadvertently parked in the wrong spot (we should have been just next door), but didn't notice or realize it until we were ready for bed. When we notified the office staff the next morning, we were told we'd have to move as the park was scheduled to be full that night. We did so, only to have the spot we had accidentally occupied remain vacant the rest of our stay. The park never exceeded 50% occupancy.
Although the owner was friendly and accommodating, we only recommend this park for a single overnight stay if you're passing through the area and/or want to be in Butte. The park is pretty run-down, with a number of rather interesting long-term "residents" on premises. We will not return here.
This is a beautiful park, located at the end of Spearfish Canyon on the river. It's beautifully maintained and the rates are quite reasonable. The sites are spacious, there's a nice biking/walking trail through the park and the main part of town is nearby. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a beautiful park located just a mile from Custer and very near Custer State Park. It's in a beautiful setting - very quiet and remote-feeling, yet close enough to attractions to be convenient. The owner and his wife are experienced RV park operators and do an excellent job. They provided great customer service and went out of their way to make sure we had a pleasant stay. The only negative was that the WiFi service was sporadic, but I believe this was due to a problem with the ISP rather than the actual WiFi setup at the park. We were here for 8 days and would definitely return.
The park is located right off Hwy 16 just outside of Rapid City at the top of a hill. The sites are very narrow, with barely enough room for a picnic table in some spaces. There is good WiFi access here and a view of the valley, but I wouldn't want to stay here for a lengthy visit.
This park sits on a beautiful piece of property and is run by a very friendly couple. I believe there was a recent change in management/ownership and the new managers expressed their intent to introduce numerous improvements. They were quite warm and welcoming, serving us ice cream on our arrival. I would stay here again.
Park was nice, but we had problems with low water pressure and low voltage that caused problems with some of our electrical appliances (and ruined a hair dryer). We would only stay here again if those issues were resolved.
Very nice park. Sites were as described on the web site - shaded and mostly level. The WiFi service was excellent and we were within a reasonable distance from Glacier National Park. We would definitely stay here again.