First of all this KOA is over 30 miles from Cleveland so I am wondering why they have Cleveland in their name. The park has narrow gravel/rock roads. We had a back-in site that had small rocks that pushed around when backing the trailer into the site. We got it fairly level and that was good enough since we were only here for 1 night. Water pressure was good but on the electric my EMS showed 113 volts on line 1 and 110 volts on line 2 on the 50 amp plug before I even plugged the trailer in. It seemed to work OK and the EMS didn’t shut us down but that is marginal voltage. Cable TV worked OK so we didn’t put up the satellite dish. I couldn’t connect to their Wi-Fi so we just used our MiFi. Dog park is way in the back of the park, like ¼ mile from our site. Lots of family camping here with lots of kids. There is a Shell station about 3 miles up the road and lots of eating places. The site slopes so bad that someone had put a piece of firewood on one side of the picnic table to level it. Half of the sites in the park are seasonal so they are catered to the most. We would have no reason to come back to this area. Just another overpriced and undervalued KOA.
Thanks to an incompetent person at the KOA central reservations who told my wife twice that we had a full hookup site only to get to the park and find out we only had a water and electric site for the week we started out not being happy. We knew we could manage since we had a blue tank but felt we should not have to but they had no full hookup sites available. The park is a typical old KOA with narrow 1 lane roads, close together sites and very high prices. Also, to get very level at all we had to park the trailer at an angle in the site. About the only good things were the water pressure was OK as well as the voltage. The park Wi-Fi worked good at times but we mostly used our MiFi. There are really no fuel stations close except a strange place that the park pushes up on a hill where they have to pump your fuel for you. As far as eating, it’s the same thing pretty much but there is a pretty good place that is only 2 ½ miles from the park called Destinos which has all kinds of food. Basically this is just another overpriced and undervalued KOA. We came for the falling water and have no reason to come back here anyway.
We were here for just 1 night but it was OK for that. Fairly large park with long pull through sites that are well spaced between the sites. Water pressure was good and so was voltage. Site was level gravel. Close to shopping and plenty of places to eat. When we were here there were plenty of empty sites. When we checked in the lady at the office gave us 3 rows of empty to pick from and set up. She didn’t even tell us to tell her which site we picked later. Rate was with Good Sam discount. We might stay here again if in the area.
Small RV park, easy on/off I-57. Freeway reconfigured eliminating south exit that GPS wants you to take but you can just take the next exit. Once on Main Street park turn sign gets to you quickly so be wary. We had a level pull-through site with good voltage and water pressure. Park Wi-Fi works good but shuts quickly with non-use. Sites are pretty close together. Fast food and dine in restaurants are close by as are fuel stations. We would stay here for an overnight stay again.
This was our 3rd time to stay here and despite all the flooding that happens almost every year they recover and fix the park up again. We had a concrete site this time and it was level and long. Water pressure and voltage was very good. They have new large washers and dryers that are free to use so for fulltimers like us that is very nice. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Plenty of shopping within 5 miles and also plenty of eating places and fuel stations. We like to watch the tow traffic up and down the river and that part of it never gets old. We would definitely stay here again.
We only stayed here 1 night and it was adequate. Site was pretty level, voltage was good, and so was water pressure. The utilities are in the back of the site so you have to drag out lots of water hose and sewer hose. Also, the water connection is very close to the ground and I had to use a 90 so I could hook up my regulator. Sites and roads are gravel and it was raining when we were there so it was a little messy. Close to Walmart, fuel stations, and restaurants. We might stay here if back through but only for the night.
This was our second time to stay here and it was another pleasant stay. Management is very friendly and helpful. Office is open 9 to 9. I had a problem with 1 leg of the 50 amp service and the owner came over and replaced the receptacle and everything was fine then. Water pressure was good and so was voltage. Site was a long, level, hard grassy pull-through. Plenty of eating places close by, great grocery store Martin's within a mile. Also, plenty of close fuel stations. We would definitely stay here again.
This was our 3rd time to stay here for a month and it gets better every time. They have added more landscaping and while we were there improved their Wi-Fi so it can be used all over the park. The management is great and are always out working on the facility. Park gets mowed every Monday without fail. Free firewood for campfires. Water pressure and voltage is very good. Hard gravel sites that are level and plenty long. Close to plenty of activities and shopping. Needless to say plenty of great places to eat. They have 3 different sections of the park. One section is mostly pull-through sites close to the office, other section is up higher with pull-throughs and back-ins and the 3rd section is down a small hill and farther from the road in front of the park. Any of the 3 areas works very well. We will definitely be back maybe next year. Rate reflects monthly rate.
Very pleased with our 1 night stay here. Management very friendly and helpful. All the facilities worked very well and price paid was a good value. Very close to any shopping you might need and lots of fast food and restaurants for places to eat. Also, plenty fuel stations close by. Very easy on/off to I-57 so is perfect for quick overnight stays. Extra long level pull-through sites with plenty of space between the sites. Plenty of shade trees. Restroom was very clean and modern for a park that has been there a while. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a strange park and I guess it’s OK for people from this area for lots of them are seasonal. However, it is not a park like we are used to and like to stay in. They say they are the highest rated park in Cooperstown but that doesn’t say much. Roads through the park are rough and narrow and wind all over the place as there is no rationale to the way the sites are laid out. Our site was a pull in and back out. If you want 50 amp service you can have no sewer. We took 30 amp service so we could have sewer as we were here for a week. So then you have to watch what electrical stuff you use. You are expected to separate your trash between trash and recycle. You can’t use your on board washer/dryer and their laundry sucks. There are only 3 washers and dryers. The washers don’t spin the clothes well at all. Only one of the dryers goes for over 30 minutes so you have to dry everything twice so it ends up costing $4 a load to do yours clothes. Also, the hot water in the laundry is not really very warm, much less hot. I rinsed our vacuum bucket and filter and all I used was hot water and it never got hot. There is no AT&T service as we are in a deep valley. Their WiFi does work pretty well and is accessible at the far end of the park where we were. But we mostly used our Verizon WiFi that had 4g LTE service. When there are lots of people in the park water flow decreases dramatically. Another thing,we also could not pick up a NOAA Weather station on our weather radio. We were only here for the Baseball Hall of Fame and were done with that after 3 days and wondering why in the world did we pay for a week. Fuel stations are 11 miles or more from the park and eating places the same except for KCs a little over a mile from the park which was OK but nothing to write home about. We did have a nice shade tree. We have no need to be back here.
This is not a fancy park but it served us well for the week. Water pressure and voltage was good. We got lucky and got the best site in the park, which is #23, and it is a long pull-through site. There is no one on your door side and you are close to the office, laundry, and restrooms. If the parks is full you will have someone very close on your other side. It is about 45 minutes to Penn State University. It is about 5 miles to Clearfield which has a McDonalds, Long John Silver, Dairy Queen, and several local restaurants.
There is a gravel road to the park off of US220 and it is narrow for 2/3 and then single lane for the last 1/3. You have to drive all the way through the park to get to the office to check-in. We took a 30 amp site that was right by the office, laundry, and restrooms since there are no sewer hookups. The setting for the park is nice with all the wooded sites but we were just here for the night so didn't care about that. They have speed bumps along the road when you get close to the park which are insanely rough. I can't imagine anyone driving fast on the gravel road anyway. The dog run is nice. Cable worked real good and they have about 50 channels so we didn't even set up the satellite. Water pressure and voltage is good. Sites are not very level. We would not stay here again as you are also far away from any shopping.
We stayed here for 2 nights passing through. Site was a fairly level pull-through of gravel and grass. It had rained a lot several days before so there was standing water several places and muddy ruts where people had pulled out and had to go in the grass since the roads are narrow. I asked them in the office if they could fill the rut by our site with something so when I pulled out I wouldn't have to make it worse. The manager said he would look at it but didn't do anything about it. Really, the best thing about the site was the very large shade tree. Water pressure was good and so was voltage. Basically, just another overprice and undervalued KOA. I'm making my new life ambition to never stay in another KOA.
This is the place to stay if you are in the Concord area for NASCAR stuff. Sites are gravel and fairly level. We had a back-in that was plenty long and very wide. Water pressure is 75 PSI so you really should use a regulator. Voltage ran 123 with the AC running. Laundry has 3 washers and 3 driers and you get 54 minutes on the dryer. There is no shade so we were running both ACs during the day. Plenty of eating places within 3 miles and also all the shopping you need. We would stay here again.
We were here a week. GOOD: Concrete pad, nice river setting, and shade trees. BAD: Sorry 50 amp electrical service, 113 volts before we turned anything on. After turning on 1 air conditioner after about 15 minutes the voltage was down to 104 and our EMS shut down the power to the trailer. I hooked up our 30 amp Autoformer and went with 30 amp. The 30 amp receptacle was only showing 113 volts also but with the Autoformer it was over 120 volts. After starting the AC again it had maintained 120 volts. Thank goodness the Autoformer works like it should. The water pressure fluctuates like crazy from 78 pounds to 22 pounds. If you are in the shower it might be going good and then it goes to a trickle. There are several long term people with junked up sites. Also, there are several rigs that seem to be unoccupied and had no one around them for the week we were there. The guy in the site next to us had to hook up to a 'Y' in the next site over for water as his water spigot was out of service. This could be a real nice park with just a little work but they don't seem to care about doing any work. Check-in is crazy at the office of the auto repair shop. That is if the manager is there and it is open. We would have left after the first night but there are no refunds. We made it through the week running on 30 amp with the water heater on propane. We would never come here again. For people who don't know running an AC under 108 volts will shorten the life of the AC motor and also on any other electric motor you might have. Like I said we would never come here again.
The rate reflects the Passport America weekly rate. We are here for 2 weeks and this park has everything we need, good water pressure, good voltage and a level site. It even has a nice swimming pool that we really don't need but that's OK. It is only 7 miles to Lexington that has Home depot, Walmart, Tractor Supply and lots of eating places and service stations. It is 20 miles from downtown Columbia which is convenient. Nothing fancy but we don't look for fancy. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is the best park in the Augusta with full hookups. We have been fulltime for over 6 years and it continues to amaze us how hard it is to find a really good park close to large towns/cities. The owner is upgrading many of the sites to crushed granite pads. There is also some landscaping. The interior roads are hard packed dirt which tends to get dusty with traffic. There is also major construction going on for several miles on Wrightsboro Road that the park is on. So, stay off that road as much as possible. We had one of the new improved sites and it was fine. If you go out of the park to the right for a mile or so there are lots of eating places, service stations, etc. The traffic in Augusta is crazy busy and they have some weird intersections. Water pressure was good and so was voltage but I think Georgia Power had several blips while we were gone several times. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a very nice park that has everything you need. At the entrance of the dog park when it rains it becomes a mud hole. I mentioned it at the office and they didn't act concerned. The other thing I didn't like was the fact that the game room/reading room is only open when the office is open which closes at 5. Voltage and water pressure was good. We had the best spot in the park right across from the restroom, dog park and laundry. Another thing the washing machines only fill up about 3/4 of the way so you can't put very much clothes in. We would stay here again.
This was a pleasant surprise. We were making good time so decided to go further than we had planned. My wife found this park on RV Parky on the phone. Nice long gravel pad pull-thrus. There is grass at both ends of the sites but they are very solid. Park was very clean. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is an old dated park which needs some TLC. Pull-thru sites are narrow. If someone is next to you there is only about 3 feet between the slides. Sites are gravel and grass mixed, some are better, some are not. Interior road needs lots of work, had mud holes all around. It was OK for our overnight stop but nothing else. We would not stay here again.
This park is OK but needs some work. Grassy area around our site was low and had much water standing after a rain which required rubber boots to get ready to leave. Very soft. The gravel pads and road was OK. The sites are set up with 2 hookups at one spot so if you get the site on the right side of the hookups you better have lots of water, sewer and electric cable. Not a good way at all to do it. The interior road was rough, dusty when dry and messy when wet. Voltage and water pressure was good and Wi-Fi worked OK. We might stay here again.
We did not stay at this park but drove to it and checked it out and left. It is a total dump. The previous reviewer that gave them a 10 is obviously the owner or a close relative. You can barely make out where the site pads are and the roads and pads are horrible! Like the other reviewer said the picture on the home page of their site is of some other park as there is nothing in their park that resembles that picture. Stay away from this place!
This is a very old park like 53 years old and lots of the park is showing it's age. Restrooms are very antiquated and need updating. One of the commodes in the men's restroom has been out of order since we got here 3 weeks ago. Water pressure is OK most of the time, but slows down in the evening. Voltage is very good. We are fortunate to have one of the best sites in the park. It is a perfectly level pull through. Some of the sites are really jammed together. We are here for another week and it has served us OK. Management is very friendly and they have a nice little convenience store on site and other shopping including a fairly new Walmart Supercenter is within 2 miles. We probably won't come back in the area, but if we did, we would probably look elsewhere.
We seldom stay at a KOA. However, we needed a place for several days along I-70 and this fit the spot. This is one of the nicest KOA's we have seen. Gravel roads/streets and concrete pads with a patio. Good voltage and water pressure. Great staff in office. As previously mentioned, it is a little strange getting to it. Here are the GPS coordinates which will lead you right to it. N 39.79099, W 105.50960 They are what we used and they are correct. Lots of mining history in this little town. We would stay here again.
We are here for a month and it has served our purpose well. Water pressure is good and the water is great. Voltage is very good. There are no restrooms or showers or laundry. It is very close to most of the necessary shopping in Montrose. We are in a level site with some shade. The only issue this time of the year is the darned Cottonwood tree snow that happens for a few weeks. If we are back in the area we have discovered another park we would go to instead. It has bathrooms, showers, etc. This park only takes cash or checks. We paid $485 with tax for the month and also paid $120 for electric.
We were here for a week and it served the purpose. Nothing fancy but water pressure and voltage were good. It was a good base for Winslow, Meteor Crater, Painted Desert, Petrified Forest, and Flagstaff. They have a Mobil station with diesel so that was nice. Right by I-40 so it would be good for overnighters. They have 2 large dog parks which was very nice. We would stay here again.
We were here for a week. It was very hot and ran both AC's every day. The power went out once for about half an hour but they fixed it. The only real bad thing about this park are how close you are together and the weird sewer setup. The best thing about it is the free shuttle to the strip and downtown. Laundry is big but not air conditioned. Restrooms are also not air conditioned. We would try to avoid this in the future.
Very handy park and well laid out with pull-hrough gravel sites. Nice dog park that we were close to. Water pressure and voltage were good. Iron Skillet restaurant several hundred yards away was very convenient to walk to so we left the trailer hooked up as we were only staying for the night. Shell fuel at the side of the Petro was cheaper than the diesel on the truck stop side. We would stay here again if passing through.
Great park for visiting the area. Good water pressure and voltage. We had a hard packed gravel pullthru site that was too short to park the truck parallel with the trailer but there was plenty of room to park it perpendicular to the trailer. Close to I-40 but we did not notice any excessive freeway noise. We had stayed here 2 weeks in 2010 and would definitely stay here again. Office staff very friendly and helpful.
We were here for a week and enjoyed it very much. Management is great. They even went and got an item I had forgotten and sent it to me. Voltage is very good and so is water pressure. They also have the best WiFi of any park we have stayed in. We were in a pullthru site they say is 70 feet long but I think it is at least 80 feet. Site was level packed gravel. Very convenient for all the tourist stuff in Dodge City. We will stay here if back in the area or passing through.
Good stopover for us for 2 nights. Long pull through sites with good voltage and water pressure. Wide open so no problem setting up the satellite dish. Sites in the newer section are wide enough to park your tow vehicle/toad beside your RV. Rick's restaurant next door is very good and very reasonable. We would stay here again.
Pull through sites are too short and too close together. Entry from south has no sign, so we drove right past it before we realized it was there. Water pressure and voltage was good, but that's about all the good I have for this park. We would not stay here again.
This is the nicest KOA we have seen in almost 6 years of being full time. The only negative is that the pads are a little narrow. Would be a 10 if they were 2 feet wider. Bathrooms are immaculate and everything about the place is nice. Very friendly staff. Good voltage and water pressure. We would definitely stay here again.
We only stayed one night, thank goodness. This is an old KOA and hasn't been a KOA for 9 years. Sites are gravel. This should have told us something. KOA uses a park until it is worn out. The only good things about this park is the water pressure, voltage, and proximity to I-65. Site was not level, tree branches brushing the side of the trailer but I cut them off. Cable is barely watchable. Wi-Fi is as slow or slower than dial up. We had a pull through site and it is good we didn't want to unhook since it would not have been long enough if we had. Another thing, $40 with Good Sam discount is a ridiculous price for what is here. We will not stay here again.
Location is great for our use, close to things we wanted to do. Sites and roads are gravel and the park is on a hill so when it rains the gravel washes down to the lower part. We are at the very bottom of the hill/park. Side to side was off level about 2 1/2 inches. Voltage and water pressure is good. Also, WiFi is very good. It is the best value in the area. Monthly rate is $900 that includes electric since they have no meters. Still a little pricey. We are done with this part of PA so we won't be back.
We are here for a week and it is OK. Fairly level pull through gravel site that is about 100' long so will accommodate any length rig. Water pressure is good and voltage is good. No laundry so I deducted a point for that but added the point back after I hooked up to their WiFi, it is very good. Park is an old park and kind of rustic but we are in the lower section where satellite access is no problem. Bathrooms are very old. All interior roads are gravel. We would stay here again if in the area.
It served the purpose for an overnight stay and that's about it. Fairly level pull through grass site with good water pressure and only 30 amp electric. There is a Wal-Mart right across the fence but you have to drive about 2 miles to get to it. We would stay here again, but only overnight if need be.
This is a beautiful park but is all spread out and everything is far from where your RV is parked. Our site is over 1/2 mile from the office and that is where the only garbage dumpsters are located. It belongs to Sun Communities resort, so it's all about the dollar. The rate posted is the weekly rate after a Good Sam discount. Water pressure is pretty good and voltage is good. About 90% of the park is long term, which means seven months. Everyone does keep their site clean so that is no issue. We are here for a week to check out area things. There will be no need for us to return here.
We were just here overnight and it was OK except for the price. $25 would have been a fair rate but we were running out of day and needed to stop for the night so we bit the bullet. Gravel sites 98% full with long term rigs. Voltage was good, but water pressure was only fair. It was convenient for our route. We might stay here again if we happen to be passing through.
This is a strange park because of the layout. The sites are as previously stated grouped in 4's, and if you are first in you can pull through. The sites are very close together as our neighbor's awning is about a foot and a half from our slides. Fortunately, our door side is on the good side and we have lots of room on that side like a 100 yards or so. Water pressure fluctuates because there are 4 connections coming off a 3/4" valve so if someone else is showering you may only have a trickle for a while as I did the other night. Electric voltage is very good, and thank goodness for that as we have had to run both A/C's almost every day all day long with temps over 100. The main thing the park has going for it is the closeness to all the Amana Colonies stuff. Most of the roads in the park are single lane and made of crushed limestone, so they are very dusty. If you come here don't waste any time or money washing you vehicles. They water the main road, but that just means you will splatter the limestone on your running boards. We won't be back in the area as we are here for a month and will see all the tourist stuff that we are interested in so there won't be any need to return. The rate reflects the monthly rate.
Park is OK but nothing special. Voltage was good, but water pressure fluctuated. It was hot and dry which is not their fault but they do not water any of the grass at the RV sites. It is close to all the Truman attractions which was the reason we were here for a week. We would probably look elsewhere if back in the area.
We stayed here 4 years ago and the park seems to have gone down. Landscaping is not near what is was before. Water pressure fluctuated from good to poor with mostly poor. We stayed here to get past the 4th of July holiday before heading more north. We were there 3 nights and the restroom was not cleaned the whole time. If back in the area we would look elsewhere.
Contrary to a previous review, the sites are not wide. If our neighbor's slide and ours had been side by side there would barely have been enough room to walk through. The first site they assigned had electrical problems that we discovered when we turned on our AC and it kept tripping off on low voltage. So I told them we had to move and I checked the voltage on both lines of the 50 amp plug on several others and we moved to one of them. Fortunately we were only there for the night and had no other problems. For $30 it is very overpriced. We would not stay here again.
We were here for a week visiting relatives. Park is nothing fancy but adequate for our needs. Site was level pull through but we could not pull through due to utility poles in the way. Site was concrete and plenty long. Rate reflects weekly rate of $155. Lots of permanents and mobile homes but they are away from the sites that are used for short term stays so was not an issue. We would stay here again if the other park we like had no vacancies.
We stayed here for 2-1/2 months for the winter. The park is very nice, with lots of activities. Site was gravel with a full length concrete patio. Water pressure and voltage was good. It has the widest sites of all the parks we noticed and from talking to different people that have been coming to the valley for years. Plenty of shopping within 5-6 miles but away from the bustling crowd. The rate reflects the monthly rate including the electric we had to pay.
This park served us for an overnight stop on the way to the Rio Grande Valley. Water pressure and voltage was good and the site was level gravel. There are lots of long-termers at the park. They do have a golf course that is right there you can walk to and play. We would stay here again.
This was a good find for our needs as we were in the area to visit relatives getting medical care. We were right on the lake in a pull through. They do let you drain your gray water on the ground which is nice. The rate reflects the America the Beautiful Senior Pass. Water pressure and 50 amp voltage was very good. We would stay here again. It is a Corps of Engineers Park. You are close to Belton, Temple and not that far from Killeen and the Fort Hood Army Base so there are plenty of shopping opportunities.
We were here for a HitchHiker rally with 24 other HitchHiker trailers. The park is great, friendly staff, good hookups, great community room, nice laundry, etc. Park is about 5 miles west of Ingram and 10 miles west of Kerrville so shopping is not that far away. Pull through sites are long and level side to side. Back-in sites are long enough and level side to side. All sites have a slight slope which helps drain rainwater. They are in the middle of a Pecan orchard but they mow the grass about 30 feet behind the backi-ns so you have plenty of yard. We would stay here again.
We only stayed here overnight. It is OK for that as we did not unhook but stuck out about 3 feet at the front and the back of the pull through site. Our trailer is 36 feet. The sites are not long at all for pull through sites. They are fairly level. Water pressure is good and voltage is good but the 50 amp plug is way down near the ground so it's a try to get it plugged in with the stiff cord. I wouldn't stay here for more than a night or two since the sites are so short.
We were here for a week and it suited us very well. We had a long level caliche, pull through site. Water pressure and voltage was good. Wi-Fi was the best we have ever had in an RV park. They had just upgraded to much better equipment about a month ago. We were here to visit relatives and Christmas shop at the outlet malls. It is close to everything in the area. We would stay here again if in the area.
We were only here for a night and it was OK for that. Interior roads are very bad and they have crazy speed bumps. Water pressure and voltage was good. Sites are close together. We would probably look elsewhere if back through here again.
This is a hard park to rate. Some parts of it are a 10 and some parts are a 5. They have many nice level sites that are concrete, however, only overnight or very short term visitors get these. We were here for a month and the first site they assigned us was a disaster. We pulled into it and the rear of the trailer almost drug on the concrete. There was no way I could crank down the rear jacks. We ended up in a gravel back-in site that was OK but nothing special. Basically, if you are here for a month or more or are not friends with the owner, you get a gravel back-in site. Fortunately the water pressure was good and also the voltage was good and the site was level side to side so it was a fairly good site. All said we would probably stay here again, but try to get a better site. The rate reflects a monthly rate.
This is a nice park. Level gravel sites with good water pressure and good voltage. Free firewood pile that is replenished every day. We were there a month and will be back next year. Close to all the Amish activities and there is a great store called Troyer's less than a quarter of a mile away. Management is great and very visible. Rate reflects the monthly rate.
We just stayed here for a night but it was ample. Not sure about longer stays but it serves the purpose for a short stay. Rate reflects Passport America rate. Good voltage and water pressure and level site. We didn't even unhook, just put the jacks down. We would stay here again if in the area.
Yes, the sites are close together. But they are nice, clean level gravel. This was our 2nd stay here and we will definitely be back when in the area. It is by far the best park in the area and close to all the tourist activities. Everyone that works in the office of Grandma's is a family member. Yes, they have rules and don't put up with people breaking them, which is fine with me. It is a very clean park, the Wi-Fi works fine and they have a small laundry.
We only used this as as stopover for one night. The sites are back to back which is weird but didn't matter as there were plenty of empty sites. Good voltage and water pressure. Owners live on site and were helpful in noting which would enable us to use our satellite. They had been having a lot of rain so the sites which were gravel were pretty muddy out of the gravel. We would stay here again.
This is a great park. Water pressure and voltage was good and site was level. Streets are wide. I would have given it a 10 but the back in sites are about 6 feet too short. We were there for a rally of 13 couples and everyone really enjoyed the park. We are booked for another rally here next year. Casino food is good and reasonable except for Friday and Saturday nights. We will stay here again.
This park served the purpose for a place to stay while visiting friends for 3 nights in the Chicago area. Pickings for an RV park around here are almost nonexistent. Sites are gravel/grass and fairly level. Voltage was good but water pressure fluctuated quite a bit. We were lucky to get the best site in the park for transients. We had a clear shot for my sat TV tripod/dish. We would stay here again but would probably keep searching for a better place.
This is a good park to stay when exploring this area. Voltage is good and water pressure is adequate. We stayed 9 nights and they pro rated the extra 2 nights at the weekly rate. Most parks do not do that. Not much in the little town of Rapid River but there is an excellent restaurant called Jack's which serves a great variety of food including breakfast all day. Escanada is 15 miles away and they have a nice Walmart Supercenter. There are 2 convenience stores in Raid River which have diesel. Management is very friendly. They have a small laundry with 2 washers and 2 dryers. We would stay here again if back in the area.
We had a reservation since the first week of March. They had assigned site 317. When we arrived and checked in and went to the site it was the worst site in the park. It was lumpy and very unlevel. I looked at the electrical box and there were spider webs all over it. Obviously no one had been in that site for a while. The front of the site was about 3 feet lower than the back. It was within a few feet of a bath house. We went back to the office and told them we were not staying and we wanted a refund. Fortunately they do it the same as a hotel and just charge day by day. We had to pay for the first night but did get a small refund. We were just very happy to get away from there. It is typical of almost all the RV parks in Minnesota. They call them all 'resorts' but that is far from accurate. We did not stay here and would never stay here.
This is a great little park right at the edge of downtown. You can walk to downtown in several minutes. We ended up staying here since the park we were supposed to stay for a week wanted us to stay in the worst site they had. So glad we saw this park on the way. It is next door to AmericInn and you can use their swimming pool, hot tub, and showers if you want. There are no restrooms in the RV park, but we use ours in the trailer anyway. This place is perfect if you don't need all the so called amenities that the so called 'resorts' in the area have which they charge a ridiculous fee for. This park is exactly what we look for when we are traveling. Water pressure is great and voltage is good. We would definitely stay here again. The only reason I did not give it a 10 is they have gravel streets and sites, but they are level. They have a small concrete patio, shrubs, and flowers at each site. They also have a small street light at each site.
This is a typical overpriced/undervalued park in this part of the country. They call them all resorts which is a misuse of the word. Most of the people are locals that stay here. It is an old park that was developed before slide outs in RV's. The interior roads are narrow one lane small dirt/gravel and the sites are the same. They have a fenced dog park, but it is over a quarter of a mile away with no where to park. Water pressure was OK and voltage was OK, below 120, until our 50 amp plug went out the last day we were there. Their repairman was not there and they wanted us to move to another site but I said no way as we were leaving the next morning. So I just used 30 amp for the rest of the day and night. We would not stay here again.
This is a great park next to the Mystic Lake Casino. Paved streets and concrete sites. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because of the way they have the double sites where you are close to your neighbor. One of you faces one way and the other faces the other way. So your doors are facing a nice large grassy area which is very nice. It is the best place to stay to see the sites of the Minneapolis/St. Paul area without question. The casino buffet is good and very reasonable. They also have a small food court which is very good and another restaurant, Minnehaha Cafe which is excellent. We will definitely stay here again.
This is typical of parks in this part of the country. Mostly seasonal campers since they are only open 6 months out of the year. Water pressure was good and voltage was good. It was an adequate place for our needs as we were doing the Great River Road Trip. We stayed here as it was centrally located for the stuff we wanted to see. Narrow one lane gravel/dirt roads and sites are the same. We would probably not stay here again.
If you want to be by the river this is the place. You are about 50 feet from the side of the river and less than 1/4 mile from Lock & Dam #20 where you can watch all the activity. We loved the park and would stay there again. There are no restrooms, just a Portacan to use. Not a problem for us since we are self contained. Not very much in the town of Canton. They do have a grocery store and several fuel stations but only 1 has diesel. Water pressure was good, voltage was good and the site pads are level concrete. Sites 1-9 only have water and electric. The rest are full hookup.
Pickings are slim in this area. We are in a double site which if we get a neighbor they might night be able to put their slides out. Whoever gets their first can have 50 amp and the other one gets 30 amp. A very weird setup. Their are some sites with sewer but they are taken up by seasonal units that stay the whole 6 months the park is open. $31 a night is ridiculous for no sewer. The sites are fairly level side to side but slope from end to end. We would not stay here again.
This is a very good park, the best in the area. Roads and sites are gravel but level. Voltage is good and so is water pressure. Wi-Fi is the best we have ever had in an RV park. We were as far from the office as you could be and had a great signal. The owners are on site and very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
We thought after reading reviews this was the best RV park in the St. Louis, but not so. Sites are gravel and pretty level. Voltage has been good while we have been here. They are on a septic system and have shut down the laundry because their system can't handle it. Also, 4 huge trailers came in last week with fair/carnival workers that have from 10-12 people in each trailer. I think this is why they shut down the laundry since all those people will be using the bathrooms. There really are no pull through sites unless you are the first one at the site, as they are back-to-back. We have a 36 foot rig and they put us behind a motorhome, so we have to park sideways in front of our rig, partly in the street. The park streets could use some repair. The nightly rate reflects a weekly rate which is expensive for the quality of the park. There are lots of long timers here. We would not stay here again. (The RV park at the Casino is the same price and much nicer. Their streets are newly paved and so are the RV sites.)
Park is very nice but the backin sites are about 5 feet too short for a large 5th wheel and pickup. If the sites were longer it would be a 10. Water pressure is good and voltage is very good. Streets are wide paved and the sites are concrete. They have a nice swimming pool, laundry, and WiFi is good. Management is very good.
This is just a parking lot with water and electric hookups. They do have 50 amp and water pressure is good. The sites are paved and level. It was adequate for our week stay. There are not other parks in the area that we would consider.
Sites are concrete, streets are paved. Some shade trees. Basically no cell or aircard service, sometimes you get 1 bar with AT&T or Verizon. Park is 8 miles from Port Gibson which has limited grocery shopping etc. Management is great, there is a museum here and Civil War history. We would stay here again. Water pressure is good and voltage is good.
We stayed here a week while doing the Great River Road trip. Water pressure and voltage is good. Sites are gravel and pretty level. Nothing spectacular but adequate and management is great. We would stay here again if in the area. Parks are few and far between in the area.
Park is OK if you don't have a dog, except it is way overpriced without sewer hookup. There is some kind of crazy grass and tiny stickers all over the camping area that our dog could barely walk on. When we first got here and I was setting up, I kneeled down in the grass and I got whelps on my knee and it stung for about 30 minutes. This could be seasonal but not for sure. There is all kinds of construction going on by the road to the camping area and sometimes you have to wait a while for them to move. We would not stay here again as we have a dog.
This is an older park and the roads are a little narrow. Utilities worked great but Wi-Fi was unusable. Pull through sites are very long and with our truck and 36 foot trailer there was still about 15 feet of room. The sites on top of the hill are the best.
Very adequate park in the desert. Hard packed like caliche and very easy to move around in the park. All the utilities worked great and the Wi-Fi was as good as any park we have stayed in and we were in the very back row. Very nice laundry with front loading washing machines.
Every other site has the water hookup on the wrong side. Older park with narrow sites but level. Good water pressure and voltage. Easy walk across highway 90 to the beach. Real close to railroad track. Rear section is much batter than front section.
Can't believe we really did this. This is the last time we stay in a KOA (keep on adding). Price reflects their Value Card discount which is ridiculous. They are overpriced and undervalued. Our neighbor's water faucet is right outside our door. Our sewer hookup is at the very back of the site. The water and electric are 15 feet closer to the front of the site. Thank goodness we have satellite for TV as their cable rate is $3 a day. Yeah, they have things for kids to do but you pay for everything and we just want to stay for 2 days and catch up on Crawfish. Like I said, no more KOA's for us.
This is a very interesting place. We were in the new section that has 50 amp. The roads and sites are nice gravel and are level. They have entertainment from Wednesday through Sunday every week. They have headliners there frequently. We went to a Bluegrass show that was very good and another show where the singer had a playlist but if you hollered out a song title and he knew it he would sing it. It was an excellent show. They have a restaurant at the facility and several shops. They honor Passport America from Sunday through Thursday. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for 1 night as a stopover going south to Kentucky. Sites are level, most are pull throughs. Good water pressure and voltage. About a mile from the freeway. We paid the senior rate. It is now closed for the winter. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for a month. We were in the new section that opened this spring. The sites are all grassy but level and roomy. Water pressure was good but had lots of iron in it. Glad we had a good house type filter. The owner said he is planning on putting in a filter system this year. There is really nothing special about this park, but pickings are slim in this area. The rate reflects a monthly rate. We would stay here again.
This is a member park only for Escapees. Streets are paved and sites are gravel. Sites are pretty level and long enough. Laundry is dollar to wash and a dollar to dry. Rate reflects weekly rate plus electricity. Livingston has a Wal-Mart Supercenter, several large grocery stores, and a Lowes, plus plenty of fuel stations and places to eat. They were very few people at the park since it was the middle of summer and most Escapees head north in the summer.
This is an excellent park. The streets are wide, sites are level concrete. Voltage and water pressure are great. Customer service is as good as any park we have stayed at. Entrance is by card as it is gated which is good. Not a lot of shade but the park is only 2 years old and they saved all the trees they could when building it. Lots of shopping within 5 miles such as Kroger, HEB, Randalls, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, etc. Also, lots of restaurants very handy. We will be back at the end of November until after Christmas.
This is a great park, 100 foot long pull through sites, good voltage and water pressure. It is close to town and very quiet. Sites are level. We always use the bathroom in our trailer so only having 1 toilet in the park restroom was no issue. We would definitely stay here again.
Sites are real close together. Voltage is good and water pressure was good. Gravel roads and sites. It served the purpose for us as a stopover for 2 nights. Sites were fairly level. They do have a nice fenced dog run.
This park is adequate, nothing fancy. Good voltage and water pressure. Sites reasonably level. Has real long pull through sites. The mobile home park is totally separate from the RV part. Daily rate is expensive for what you get. Weekly rate is like you pay for 5 days and get the other 2 free. We would stay here again if in the area.
Nice park for what we needed. Very convenient location, Wal-Mart 1/2 mile down the road, Schlotzskys 100 yards down the road, gas stations all over, Home Depot 1/4 mile away. We had shade trees for much of the day. Office personnel were very helpful. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. Sites are level, park beside your RV. Water pressure was good and voltage was good.
We were just here 1 night, but it served the purpose quite well. It is on a busy street but we don't sleep with our windows open so the traffic noise was not a problem. Had a nice long pull through site, level, good electric power and water pressure. The town has about any kind of shopping you might need to do. We would stay here again.
They have backin sites and you have to park your tow vehicle or toad beside your RV. Nothing fancy but in town and less than 2 miles to Wal-Mart straight down the road from the park entrance. Voltage was good and so was the water pressure. They have an indoor pool and hot tub. They are the best deal in the area if you want full hookups. We would stay here again.
This park served us very well for our week stay to visit Bryce and Red Canyon. They have pull through sites for large rigs and backins for short rigs. Sites are gravel but level with good electric and water pressure. Get your groceries before you get to this area of the state. The closest Wal-Mart is 68 miles away. The only grocery store in town knows it, and their prices reflect that fact. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is by far the best park in this area. Great shade trees and grass between the sites. Nice pull through sites for short term people. They do have long term people but it is no problem. You are within walking distance of the only large grocery in town, Lin's, McDonalds, Wendys, and Dairy Queen, which is maybe 1/4 mile away. There is also a Walgreens a half block away. Streets are paved and sites are concrete. We would definitely stay here again. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that the sites are a little close together.
This is a very nice little park. It is on the main street in Yucca Valley, but the road noise is not bad at all. Management is very accommodating and friendly. Rate reflects weekly rate. We would stay here again.
This is a great park for Escapee Club members only. It is 6 miles south of Yuma and you will have no traffic noise. Sites are gravel of course which is standard for Arizona. Water pressure and voltage is good. WiFi works OK at the sites, and great in the community building. Propane on site is very reasonable. Our rate reflects a weekly rate plus electricity. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This place is great, they have everything. Staff is great, you can take any kind of craft class you can imagine. Has two pools, hot tub, and a hair salon. There is a billiard room with 16 tables, an exercise room, and PC and Apple computer classes. Also has many shuffleboard courts. Any shopping and restaurants are basically within 5 miles. We will be back for 3 months in January.
We stayed here 1 night on the way to Arizona. It was good for what we needed but too expensive for what you get. We had a reservation at another park in town but after seeing it was a dump, we decided to bite the bullet and just stay at the KOA. Management was nice and site was level.
We have stayed here several times as it is the most convenient to our former home/workplace when we come back for Doctor visits. Streets and sites are concrete with double width in the front of the site so you can park 2 vehicles. Voltage and water pressure is good. They have a convenience store with a good supply. The swimming pool is nice. The only real big negative is the sorry city streets that you have to use to get to and from the park. They are like a patchwork quilt. The owner lives on site. The rate reflects the monthly rate and electricity is on top of that.
This park is great. The only thing is that it is a ways from things you want to see and do but I don't hold that against them. Level sites, full hookups, 50 amp, free washer and dryer, etc. Staff is very friendly and helpful. If you are going to spend any time in the Alexandria or Natchitoches area this is the place to stay without a doubt. Plenty of room between the sites. We will stay here again.
Still a relatively new park and they are still improving things. They have added a lot of concrete to the sites since we were there last year and it really helps. They also now require bracelets when it is a busy time so they can keep track of people. Overall it is the best park in the area or within a 75 mile radius. We would stay here again.
This is an excellent park. They have lots of activities. There is plenty to see and do in the area. There are 2 Wal-Marts within 5 miles and lots of restaurants in the area. The park is laid out like a small town with streets. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Gets a little soggy when it rains a lot but not too bad. Rate reflects the monthly rate which includes electric. We will stay here again.
This is one of the best RV parks in Louisiana. From when you enter the facility there is concrete. The sites are long and double wide at the front so you can park 2 vehicles side by side. They have about a 10 acre lake with a sidewalk around it. The bathrooms are super clean. It is only a mile and a quarter south of I12. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. We think this park is one of the top 5 in the state. We used it as a base for 2 weeks while checking out things around Baton Rouge.
This is a nice park. Only thing is that the sites are close together as you would have in a private park. However, it is OK and you are in the middle of the woods. They have recovered from the hurricanes of the past few years. You are only a mile and a half from downtown Lumberton. It is a very popular park for people with canoes. They have several good restaurants and a WalMart Supercenter.
This park is just OK. The only thing it really has going for it is that it is on the Mississippi River but the closest sites are almost 200 feet away. The rate reflects Passport America so they are expensive for what you get. They also charge $5 a night for 50 amp and taxes are 13.44%. There were only about 10 rigs on our side of about 80 sites and they put arriving rigs way down from the office and restrooms. Interior roads are gravel, pads are concrete but short for being pull-through sites. We will not stay here again.
This was the 2nd time this year we were at this park and it is great. It is by far the best casino park we have seen and one of the best parks period we have ever stayed in and we are full time. Has paved streets, concrete pads and plenty of room. You can walk to the casino in less than 5 minutes or ride a shuttle that comes through every few minutes to the casino. We will stay here again.
We were only here for a night but could have stayed for 2 weeks. The only reason it's not a 10 is they have no sewer hookups. It is the best COE campground we have seen. Air conditioned restrooms and a laundry. Some of the back-in sites are close to a 100 feet long and some of the pull-through sites are about 150 feet long. We would stay here again.
We were only here for the night. There was some freeway noise but not too bad. Is five miles or more to fuel stations or eating places. Campground has gravel roads and pads. Not a bad park but nothing special: served our purpose on our way back to Texas. We would stay here again.
This is the place to go for doing things in the Louisville area. We were here for 5 weeks and loved it. Easy access to the freeway. Level gravel sites, good voltage and good water pressure. The bathrooms were very clean and cleaned every day. Wi-Fi works well. Rate reflects weekly rate. We would stay here again.
Great park, would have given it a 10 if the streets & pads were hard surface. They were gravel but level and the pull thru sites were plenty long. Restrooms were immaculate. Laundry only had 2 washers and dryers. Close to plenty of eating places and Wal-Mart was 10 miles away in Glasgow. Management very friendly. This is the best park in the area. We would definitely stay here again.
This is the best park in the Nashville area. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Interior roads could use some work. Wal-Mart is 8 miles away, also Cracker Barrel, and Ryans. It is nothing fancy but was all we needed. Easy access to I-40. We would stay her again.
The nightly rate reflects Golden Age Passport and the fact that we were sharing a double site with our travel buddies. Very pretty park with a clear flowing creek running through it. The full hookup sites only have 30 amp service. AT&T service is lousy there since you are down in a hole between hills. Fairly distant from shopping, fuel, etc. If you want peace and quiet this is a great place.
This is a nice park but is not fancy. If you need a pool or spa this is not for you. We had a site on the river and watched the tugs and tows going up and down the river. Nice and quiet except when a tow is going by but not distracting. We would stay here again when in the area. Good voltage and water pressure. They are constantly working to improve things.
This is the nicest casino RV park we have seen. Plenty of room between the sites with garbage cans between each 2 sites. Cement picnic table at each site. You can walk to the casino in 5 minutes or ride one of the many frequent shuttles that pass through the park. City police patrol the park frequently. Lots of chalets and cabins also. McDonalds and Burger King within walking distance and WalMart Supercenter less than a mile away. $17 a night Monday-Thursday, $22 on weekends. We stayed 6 nights and ended up being comped for all 6 nights. We will stay here again.
Very nice casino RV park with everything. We were comped for the nights we were there so I don't know the rate. The only drawback is that it is about a half mile to the casino but they have shuttles. We would stay there again.
Nice older park with plenty of room between the sites. Really meant for long term as most of the ones are used as such. Nothing really wrong with the park unless you are looking for frills. There are no restrooms, showers, laundromat or pool. That is OK with us as we have all the facilities we need in our trailer. It is very quiet there and served our purpose very well.
This is a great park. We were running from Hurricane Ike, and then we had to leave there after 2 days. The rate reflects a 20% Escapees RV Club discount. Management is great. We left with 2 days paid up yet and before the office opened. My wife called after the office opened and the lady had already credited our credit card since another employee had told her we left early. That is great service. We will definitely be back to this park.
Just the kind for park that we like. It has good ,level gravel pull through sites that are plenty long. We were on the back row and it was very quiet. The only drawback is that it is very remote. The closest fuel station is 11 miles away and the closest WalMart is 19 miles away. But if you want a place to just go and chill this is a great place. We will stay here again.
Nice shady, level sites. Some are short but we had a long one. They are all back in. Sites are close together for a state park but was not a problem as each site was a few feet lower than the one next to you. Only 30 amp but was not a problem because of the shade. It is about 18 miles to Mena and the closest WalMart. We would stay here again. The park has a lodge with a buffet and every time we were there there was a line for the buffet.
We stayed here for 2 nights and the rate reflects Passport America. This is a great park. We pulled into our site after being led by the lady from the office and our trailer was sitting almost perfectly level. That was a great start. Voltage is good, water pressure OK and WiFi worked great. WalMart less than 2 miles away and so is a Lowes. There is a good BBQ restaurant about a mile away called Ranch House. It was almost perfect for us since we don't need swimming pools or anything but full hookups and a level site. If it had paved or concrete sites I would have given it a 10. We will stay here again when back in the area.
This is a city park that is mostly used by HitchHiker 5th wheel owners who are in for repair/warranty work but would be great for anyone passing through the area just needing an overnight stop. We were having warranty work done and it was plenty accommodating for that. The first 2 nights are free and then it is only $10 a night. The sites are nice and level and easy access. There is a WalMart less than a mile away and an excellent Mexican food restaurant El Pueblito right behind WalMart. We would stay here again.
We stayed here overnight on our way. It is a good park owned by a church. Nothing fancy but we don't need fancy. Good voltage and water pressure. Good park to use when exploring the attractions of the area. We would stay here whenback in the area.
This is a good park, but the interior roads could use a little work. Voltage was excellant, water pressure OK but flow not that great. Good place to stay to do all the Omaha and Lincoln area things. Sites were pretty level but not perfect. There are some really neat little towns around the area. Rate reflects a weekly rate. We would stay here again and probably will next year.
This place is great. About a quarter mile from the freeway but it is quiet. It is a great stopover place with 100 foot long pull through sites. It also is a great place to do the tourist thing like we are doing. We are here for 2 weeks and the rate reflects the weekly rate. There is lots to see and do in the area. There is a Dairy Queen about a hundred yards from the park and several restaurants within 1/4 mile. Also, 2 fuel station/convenience stores within the same 1/4 mile. I would have given it a 10 if the roads/site pads were concrete or paved. They are gravel but very sturdy.
We moved to this park from another one close by that had electrical problems. Sites are fairly level gravel. Our pull thru was at least 80 feet long. Close to a restaurant, grocery store, filling stations. WIFI was exceptional. You can stay hooked up and walk to all the above mentioned stores, etc. We would definitely stay here again.
We arrived at about 2 PM and got our site. It was full hookup, but only 30 AMP which would be all right since it was to be just a 1 night stopover. The first thing I noticed was the receptacle was upside down. I plugged in my surge protector and it said 'reverse polarity'. So I checked the site next door and it was OK so we moved to that site. We got all hooked up and about 7 PM the AC shut off but I didn't think much about that. Then a minute later I looked at the refrigerator and it was running on gas. I went out and had a 'ground fault' error and Line 1 voltage was 134 and Line 2 voltage was 135. The surge protector shut down the electrcity just like it should. I unplugged it and told my wife we were leaving. Stay away from this place because the managers say everything is OK and just turn your plug over if the receptacle is upside down. That don't fly!
We were there 2 weeks and hated to leave. The owners live on site and are very accommodating. Fairly level gravel sites. Good water and electric. WI-FI worked great. They have a monthly rate which most of the other parks do not have. It is 5 miles from the middle of downtown Custer. It is very quiet and a good place to see all the sights from or just to chill out. We will be there for at least a month next year.
I totally agree with the last poster. We were at the same Escapees Escapade and it was great. We were in the largest park which is Boxelder. Every site had full hookups and all worked great. This is a perfect place for anyone's rally. It is about 3 miles to town and they have a Wal-Mart Supercenter, Home Depot, numerous fast food places, and restaurants.
This is not your normal KOA. This place is great. I don't know what the previous had for breakfast but evidently it did not agree with him. The staff goes out of their way to help you. They have a heated pool and are in the process of putting in a 9 hole minature golf course. The sites are gravel and pretty level with grass by your site. They have a large dog run and a large dog walk area. We would stay here again.
Older park, sites close together but everything worked well. WIFI worked great, the park is in 2 sections and they have a server for each section. They also have great BBQ you can purchase every evening. They have 2 laundry buildings. We would stay here again.
Very nice park, large level sites. Convenient to everything in the area. They even have washers and dryers. If you go in June be ready for the Cottonwood tree snowflakes. Also, there are a large number of bicyclists everyday that have their own lane to ride in, but some of them insist on riding in the automobile lane. Also, some of then do not stop at the STOP signs so you have to watch out for them but it is not real bad.
Fantastic views, level sites, all hard gravel. We were backed up and had a beautiful view out our back window. Great place to stay a few days or just overnight. Close to I-25 but road noise is not bad. Easy on, easy off. All facilities work great and park staff is very helpful and friendly. Cg is at 7,888 feet at the top of Raton Pass so when you leave either way you can coast for miles. Take exit 460 off of I-25 and follow the signs. We would stay here again.
Very nice park with level, hard gravel sites. Nice pet walk pens and plenty of grass for pets to do their business. Nice laundry with large washers and only a dollar to wash and a dollar to dry. Very nice pool. Good park lighting. Leave an empty Liquid Propane (LP) bottle out and they will refill it and return it to your site. We would stay here again.
This place has a nice layout with 6 site circles. There is 50 amp electric which is real nice, and covered picnic tables. There is not a lot of shade as the main trees are Mesquite which are really large bushes. It is a long way for a significant grocery store or Walmart. There is a large area for boaters to park their boat trailers. They have 2 lighted fishing piers.
This is a good park if you have a boat. Tent sites with water only outnumber water/electric sites. There are lots of stickers if you have a long haired dog. There is a grocery store and plenty of eating places within 5 miles. They even have a landing strip if you have an airplane.
This park would be a 10 if they had some shade trees. Other than that everything is great. Close to the Woodlands Mall and other shopping. Their is a large Kroger and HEB grocery store within 2 miles. Good long, level pull thru sites. Rate reflects weekly rate. We will be back for a month in December.
This park is a work in progress, as it is very new. They had an architect do the layout, but I don't think he had any knowledge of RV parks. So, to solve the problem they are adding more concrete at the sites to make them better. The management is very accommodating, and will do whatever it takes to make your stay pleasant. The rate reflects the weekly rate. Their swimming pool is simply amazing. It is the largest pool of any RV park I have seen. We will be back for a month next year.
Park is nice with large level, well spaced sites. Trash can at every site. Nice laundry room. The only downer is since the hurricane there is still a lot of the attractions still closed. Casino noon buffet Monday-Friday is $4.99 and has good food. The pool is at the Casino hotel. Shuttle runs every 15 minutes to the casino and security visible 24 hours a day.
Good large,level concrete sites with more spacing than usual. Convenient to attractions and beach area. Lots of good restaurants that are reasonably priced. Management good. Good voltage and water pressure. They have 3 restroom/laundry buildings. The have an indoor and outdoor pool. They have a very reasonable monthly rate that includes electricity. We stayed 10 nights but will be back for a month next year.
Staff very friendly, nice park, level gravel sites, beautiful landscaping, good voltage, water pressure fluctuates but was not a problem. Only real drawback is they don't let you use your washer/dryer in your rig. Great restaurant less than half a mile away named Creekside Grill. We would stay here again. The Tallahassee area is very nice with lots to do.
Older park built before slideouts and large rigs. Streets are narrow with tight turns on several streets. RV is on grass/dirt with a concrete patio with a small picnic table. Water pressure fluctuates, voltage was good, did not use cable. There is no breaker box, just a 50 amp receptacle. Lots of returning seasonals staying 3-6 months. Park tow vehicle or toad beside RV on grass, no problem. All streets are one way. Large water treatment pond in center of park but no problem. Outside lighting is good. We stayed 3 weeks but will stay somewhere else if we return to this area.
Easy access from I75. Older park with narrow access roads but we had no trouble with our 36' fifth wheel. We got a nice long pullthru which was pretty level. Voltage was good, water pressure good, cable was bad. Lots of attractive moss laden trees. Lots of long term people. Not very close to much but we used as a stopover on our way to our destination. We would use it again for a stopover.
We got the Passport America rate. We had a pullthru and hooking up was very easy. There are 2 hookups on each post so one RV goes in one way and the other goes in the other way. Not real close to anything but if you want peace and quiet this will do it. We only stayed one night on our way to Kissimmee. It is 7 or 8 miles from I-10 so we would stay closer to the freeway next time. Voltage was very good and we got the best signal ever for our AT&T air card.
The amenities are very nice. However, the back in sites are tricky to back in. They have mulched the pet walk area so it is useless. I asked about several discounts such as Good Sam and Escapees and was told it was already a discounted rate. That is pure BS. We paid $38.50 plus tax. We stayed there since it was only for 1 night but will not stay there again. The WIiFi dropped very often as a previous poster noted.
We stayed here as a one night stop on the way to Florida. Most of the sites are pull thru and fairly level. They are gravel. They have 2 sewer connections at each site that are at least 15 feet apart. Very nice since not all rigs sewer connections are in the same place. WI-FI worked real good. Good park for a stopover but would not stay there for more than a few nights. Management very friendly. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This is a very nice place. We have been here since November 18th and will be leaving on March 6th. Management is very accommodating. Sites are concrete and level. WIFI is weak if not by the office so we use our aircard. Voltage is great. The recreation building has 4 washers/dryers for only $1 each to use. They have a pool table, table shuffleboard, Foosball, television, and lots of tables. They have a full kitchen you can use. The only real downside is there are no trees big enough for any kind of shade. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice state park with lots of shaded sites and some that are very open if that is what you like. It is 7 miles from Edna and 32 from Victoria. Edna has a regular Wal-Mart that is open 24 hours a day and a HEB. They also have several good restaurants and plenty of gas/diesel stations. The people that work at the park are very nice and friendly. They have a new playground for the kids with one of the multi-use gyms with slides.
The park is very nice and quiet. They do have ice and propane at the museum / store. You are out a ways from a main highway about 15 minutes away. The upper campground has more shade but you have about 10 feet of grass from the pavement to the concrete pad for your RV. We stayed in the lower campground. The best sites for shade are 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10. They have a phone in the laundry room and another jack for email usage. The people are very friendly and helpful. The park ranger even brought 2 bags of ice to a motorhome that came in late in the evening after hours. A very nice place to get away from hustle and bustle.