Well maintained with very friendly, helpful staff. Laundry facility is large and deluxe. There is a 5 PC computer room with printer, 2 outdoor gas BBQ's with tables and free shuttle to the nearby casino, all at no extra charge. We stayed here over 5 months and will definitely return.
This park is a little "diamond in the rough". True, there are many old trailers in the back in which many very nice, hard-working maintenance employees live but, if you stay as we do for the summer, ask for a back-in spot up front. They are spacious and shady with a big lawn area behind and we've had a bunch of fun with everyone we've met here. This park is very central to everything, which is great because there is so much to do in the area. The management is really nice. Only complaint is the water pressure, but it's not all that bad. We will definitely stay here again.
Really nice campground; well kept with lots of shade trees but decently large sites. It is right next to the freeway, but there is a very effective sound wall, and it is very convenient to Ogden. We would definitely stay here again.
Beautiful setting on the Little Salmon River. Central to off-roading, fishing, rafting, hiking. Very accommodating owners. We were here with an Escapees HOP for a week. We would definitely stay here again.
One of the best RV parks ever, and we've been in many. Friendly, immaculately clean, great BBQ (in season), roomy sites, best wifi ever. Lots of neat stuff to buy in the gift store/office. Great Navajo flea market nearby on weekends. We can't wait to come back!
This park also facilitates traveling horse owners. It was a pleasant stay overnight and conveniently located up a short hill from a truck stop Shell station with an Iron Skillet restaurant. We would stop again.
Only OK for overnight stop, almost impossible to level a coach. Some late night arrivals just parked anywhere and blocked us in the morning when we were ready to leave but it's kind of the only game in town. Good Mex restaurant within walking distance "La Marquis".
Dumpy place, with just 20/30A and no sewer on site available to Coast to Coast "guests". Only the park's C to C "members" have 50A and sewer connections. The park is a relic, needs upgrading, but we did have a grassy site facing the small lake, very difficult to level. We left early and would not camp here again except the price was right!
Very clean and large, long spaces. Staff is very helpful and friendly. However, if you are looking for shady spots, there is not a tree in sight A great central and relatively inexpensive place to park and roam the Butte area of Oregon, there is plenty to see! We will definitely return.
Nice park, each space is large and has a grassy area plus and you can park 2 vehicles in addition to your rig. There are many fun classic old trailers, motorhomes, etc. to see that reside there. The park is close to the Evergreen Air Museum and many wineries. Bathrooms are clean (as is the laundry) with it has wonderful showers. We would definitely stay here again.
Nice park, especially for families. Lots of tent sites. Lots of trees and grass. We were in the "Eden" section (used to be extended stay sites) and had a huge site with cement pad and a 12'x 12' wooden deck, flowers and a fire pit. The site backed onto a forest with plenty of room for a screen tent. (site #318). The resort provides a shuttle to the beach as well as a free parking lot at the beach. However, good luck getting a parking place! The "Blue Angels" practice fly-overs was a bonus! We would definitely return if we could get the same site.
Beautiful park-like setting (even a mansion!), lots of grass with either gravel or cement pads with very large sites. It rained every afternoon but the drainage was good so there was no flooding of sites. The restrooms were toothbrush clean, and the showers had built-in tile benches, lots of towel/clothes hooks and shelves inside the showers for your shampoo, etc! It's very convenient to Charleston but quiet. We would definitely return.
We kind of enjoyed this park for 2 nights. Inspite of the fact that it is out in the middle of nowhere, rundown and needs upgrading, we had a nice view of the estuary and enjoyed slamming the fish-cleaning house door to attract the large alligators to the dock. Also, a great wetlands bird-watching place. Some of the seasonal people were still there who were very friendly and told us that the park is almost full during season. They have a great clubhouse where they had an ice cream social and a resident bluegrass jam session. We would return for a few nights again if we are ever in the area.
We loved this park. Our site (#81) was very large, had a waterfall and a very nice patio set. The advertised 5 star restaurant, Sunset Grille, is no lie. It truly is one with a reputation all the way back in Arizona. Fabulous food! The park is central to Hilton Head (6 miles) and to beautiful Savannah (25 miles). We hated to leave and will definitely be returning someday.
If you want to be close to DisneyWorld and Universal Studios, this is the place to be! The park is older but undergoing renovation with a new owner. The staff is absolutely delightful, lots of activities for families and the cafe food is delicious. Due to the age of the park (which is very green and pretty) there are some problems; however, the staff is immediately responsive to any needed repairs. We will definitely return.
Truly a "Treasure". Just a few years old, the park is very neat and clean and new. We stayed here just 2 nights, but would have stayed longer had we known how delightful it was. The sites are long and wide and the staff very accommodating. Just 5 miles from some great restaurants in Fort Pierce.
A fun, funky park. We came for 3 nights and stayed 2 weeks. It's central to everything and a short walk to Fort Myers Beach, 6 miles from Sanibel. Since it was off-season, we had a premier spot, backed up on the lagoon that had lots of roosting and feeding birds. Very friendly staff. We would definitely come here again.
Key West is expensive and the park was built in 1963 so the spaces are very small and short. However, once you are in (somewhat of a challenge although the staff is very helpful at directing) it is a very pleasant park and only 5 miles from downtown Key West. It is very close to a bike path that goes around the island. We would stay here again.
Beautiful park with huge sites, trees, grass, picnic tables, biking and walking trails to a big lake. Even has little green parrots! It's quite close to the Turnpike and Florida Highway A1A, but is very quiet. We would definitely stay here again, if there is room. They are very booked for season.