Cooper Creek is a well maintained older rustic campground with full hookups. The utilities function well, with good electric and water pressure. Restrooms and showers are very clean. The campsites are close but most are fairly level. The lake/river location is ideal for trout fishing and boating. The only negative is the Wi-Fi, which is completely useless. We will stay here again.
Nicely maintained and scenic campground located on Sardis Lake. The camp sites do require some leveling. Restrooms are dated but clean. Potato Hills offers a very relaxing atmosphere with great views. The campground seems peaceful with your fellow campers relaxing or doing some serious fishing. Also, the park is close to other attractions including the Talimena Drive, one of Oklahoma's best road trips. We will return.
This was our third stay at Miller Creek because it is a nice park with level sites, clean restrooms, friendly and caring staff and fenced pet area. The free WiFi works OK. The owners are super. Its location is great for visiting the Hill country and even Austin and San Antonio. We hope to stay longer next time.
This was our fourth stay at Bentsen Grove because of the spacious level sites, good facilities, park amenities including an indoor pool, and lots of activities and shows. The winter Texans here are friendly and helpful; management tries to please. Our dogs give the new dog run a 10. The fee WiFi is iratic but usable. This is our home when visiting the RGV.
Totally agree with other reviews; Goose Island is a great state park and campground. You can get either ocean or wooded sites and there is free WiFi available. The park is well managed with clean restrooms. Great scenic location with lots of wild life and the Big Tree. A 10 if full hook-ups were available. Also, nearby Rockport has some very good restaurants. POPs on the road to the park looks a little dumpy but servers great seafood. We will stay here again.
South Forty is convent stop with spacious sites on the way to RGV or Corpus Christi; nothing fancy but OK. The restrooms are outside the campground and in back of the recreation hall - odd location. They are clean but not fancy with a home-made look. Utilities function correctly. There are quite a few long term residents. A small herd of longhorn cattle adds some interest.
Sleepy Hollow is a good park for exploring the Badlands. This nice park has full hookups and is near Wall Drug (walking distance). All utilities function very well and the Wi-Fi is very good. The restrooms are clean. Our dogs give the park a 10 because it has a large fenced dog run. We would stay here again.
Loved Custer State Park! Custer State park is beautiful, one of our countries finest. We stayed in the Blue Bell campground which like all others in the park has only electric hookups - no dump or water available. Our site was spacious and level although some sites were not level. The restrooms were the best on any state park we ever used very clean and modern. Blue Bell is a nice peaceful park with great caring hosts and a lovely setting. The park is reasonably close to the Black Hills major attractions. We are planning a trip back to Custer.
Beautiful small state park with limited facilities. Water is available at only a few sites. The spacious grass camping sites are very well maintained and restrooms are clean. Electric hookups good. The park manager and ranger are great and make you feel welcome. They could not have been more helpful. A little out of the way but worth the drive. We will stay here again when in the area. Note: Budget cuts in Nebraska could close this park - hope not because it is a gem.
This clean KOA is very pricey and the sites are fairly close together. The WiFi works great and the restrooms are neat and clean. All utilities function correctly. Our dogs liked the spacious dog run. A decent park for a metro area. We would stay here again.
Wow, what a nice park, clean spacious sites, green grass, and a flowing stream with ducks runs thru the park. All utilities function correctly and the restrooms are very clean. The friendly owners and a good restaurant - Sparky's - within walking distance makes Southside an ideal park for overnight or an extended stay. Fishing in the area is considered very good. The WWII collection adds more color and interest. We would definitely stay here again.
North American is a no frills park with its biggest asset being close to Glacier National Park. It is a full hookup park with OK sites and functioning utilities, no problems. The Wi-Fi is hit/miss proposition. Restrooms and laundry are clean. The dog run is small with a big cottonwood in the middle. Although the staff is friendly, some seem to have no knowledge of the area. There is some good hiking very close to the park. We would stay here again.
With beautiful flower beds throughout the park and spacious sites this park is very attractive. Except for the WiFi, all utilities function great and the restrooms are very clean. Nice place for an overnight stop or long term stay. Definitely we would stay here again when in the area.
Contrary to previous reviews we found the Salina KOA very acceptable. The sites are close but have nice shade and are well maintained with clean restrooms and a great dog run. Utilities functioned correctly and the Wi-Fi was usable. We will stay here when in the area.
This KOA is a gravel parking lot with some weeds and a few scrub trees with low hanging branches. The restrooms are clean and the utilities function correctly. Their Wi-Fi is very slow and drops frequently (non-functional). There is a nice dog run. OK for overnight but we will look for a different facility when in the area.
What a surprise, a good city run RV campground with full hookups and level shaded sites. All facilities function correctly and the restrooms, although basic, are clean and well maintained. Hermann is a neat town with great wineries. Well worth the visit and we will stay here again.
Great very scenic state park with spacious campsites although there are a few not level. No hookups except for electric, but water is available and there is a dump station. The park has great hiking trails and views of the Illinois and Mississippi rivers. The park's lodge has a good dining room that serves some of the best fried chicken prepared anywhere. The restrooms are clean but have the aggravating push button showers. It is also a great park for site seeing. St Louis is about a 40 minute scenic drive away, even shorter if you use the ferry. We will return and stay here again.
OK park, if they honor their reservations. We had reservations but the owner let some buddies take our place and said sorry about that - No more Ivy's Cove. We stayed at another place in North Little Rock - which is much nicer!
Location, right on the Mississippi, and level concrete spacious sites boost the rating for this park. All utilities function correctly and the restrooms are clean. There are no amenities or cable and the WiFi is a little erratic. The location provides easy access to many Memphis attractions. Eight is a generous rating but the location is cool.
Nice wooded KOA with all utilities functioning correctly. Although the sites are a bit close, this park is well maintained, contrary to some reviews, and this KOA features two enclosed pet areas. A good stop along I-40 and great for visiting Little Rock. We will stay here again.
OK for an overnight stop with good functioning facilities, level sandy sites and far enough off the Interstate to be very quiet. The bathrooms were clean but show their age and wear. Not too much available in this area.
I can't agree more with the other reviews on this park. It is great! Lots of activities, fenced dog area and everything is very clean. The 9 rating is because there is no Wi-Fi available for all camp sites. The park is a 10. Mickey Mouse does a great job.
What a great state park, although rustic the utilities function correctly with level spacious sites. The restrooms are clean. O'Leno offers some great hiking trails and provides a nice opportunity to visit with nature. Word of caution, if you are staying here in fall be aware of the hickory trees - our tow vehicle has some new dents because of squirrels harvesting the nuts. Hope to be able to return and stay longer at O'Leno next time.
Great park with level concrete sites. Utilities and restrooms are top notch. An added bonus is a fenced in dog run. We would stay here again and maybe go a little out of route to stay here. An eight plus.
Excellent RV park with level sites, friendly, helpful, personal and utilities that function correctly. Restroom and showers are very clean. A wooded setting surrounding the park adds to the charm. We would stay here again.
Location, is the attraction for this park. At Colter Bay the park is very close to Jackson Lake and a nice hike to Jenny Lake. The shady sites are a bit close and not very level. Restrooms are clean as the fee showers. The staff was friendly and very helpful. There is a good restaurant close-by in Colter Bay. For full hook-ups in the Tetons, there is very little choice - location. We would stay here again.
This park is hard to rate. The facilities are good, clean restrooms & showers with lots of activities including horses and ATV,s. The RV sites are close together while the other sites are very spacious. Also, the park needs about a train load of gravel. Our site was a muddy goo as were some of the roads. If they put some (lots) gravel down the park would be an 8 or 9 but as a muddy goo a 6 is generous. We will look for a different park in the Rocky Mountain National Park area.
Beautiful campground beside the Yellowstone River. All facilities are first class and maybe better. The owners and other personnel are very friendly and helpful. If they had cable TV, this park would be a 10. Grand kids love seeing us on the web-cam. Hopefully, we will stay longer next year. Easy access to Yellowstone and Pleasant Valley MT.
Although the camp sites could use some TLC, the restrooms, showers. laundry were very clean. Also, the personnel could not be more accommodating. We had an emergency and they were more than helpful, contacting a local veterinary clinic to stay after hours to help us. Great people at the Limon KOA. When in the area we will stay here.
Compton Ridge is like the movie, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. For The Good, the park is very clean with sparkling restrooms and three well maintained swimming pools. There is a nice children's playground. The staff was great and even provided a free shuttle to Silver Dollar City. For The Bad, it is very pricy and some sites are close together. For The Ugly, the premium sites (1−12) are a total rip-off. Most RV parks calls a parking lot with hookups the overflow but Compton Ridge call these sites premium. Also, the electric power was low so no toast while the air conditioner is operating. Good park if you don't stay in the premium sites.
Good overnight park, clean and quiet with level sites and friendly people. Cherry Hill is primarily a nice mobile home park with an RV section that does not have showers and/or restrooms. We would stay here again.
Very nice park in San Antonio with good functioning facilities, clean restrooms, spacious level sites and a city bus stop across the street for easy access to the downtown area. Also, the mission San Jose is just south of the park. We like the KOA for access to the AT&T Center but the park is nicer with a better location. Our first choice for most San Antonio visits.
This our second stay at this RV park because of the spacious level sites, great facilities, park amenities including an indoor pool, and lots of activities and shows. The winter Texans here are very friendly and helpful. The fee WiFi has improved. This is our home when visiting the RGV.
Super RV park with level roomy concrete sites, good security and transport to the casino. WinStar is a large casino with restaurants, gaming and entertainment. WiFi is spotty but all other facilities are first rate and very clean. WinStar currently lacks children's playgrounds but a playground and pool are in its future plans. We will return again. Best park (by far) in the area.
Great location on the bay with level sites although some sites seemed small. Clean restrooms. The WiFi was slow and not totally reliable. Corpus and Padre Island are within easy driving distance. Be sure to visit the Lexington when in the area. Will stay here again when in Corpus Christi.
Great scenic park without many amenities. The sites are tree-lined and the park includes My Old Kentucky Home (interesting historic home) and great golf course. The restroom and showers are very clean, all facilities function correctly and the staff is friendly. Bardstown's central location is excellent for exploring the bourbon trail and the horse capital of the world. Superb dining is available at KURTZ Restaurant close to the park. We are planning to return to this park in order to spend more time in this fabulous area. (If WiFi and full hookups were available, My Old Kentucky Home would be a 10.)
Great park with very clean facilities, Wi-Fi that works and a helpful/friendly staff. The tree shaded sites are level. For added charm, a small river runs through the park. Convenient location for the Smoky Mountain area. We will definitely stay here again.
Douthat presents an enigma, there is excellent and bad. The park is excellent with superb hiking trails, good ranger programs as the twilight canoe ride and a decent restaurant. The rangers are very helpful and friendly. Douthat is a beautiful. We stayed at the White Oaks campground which has very spacious sites. The restrooms and showers were filthy, by far the most dirty we have experienced in our years of camping. Also, the state of Virginia must have a dislike for dogs. A fee of $5.00 per dog per day was charged in addition to the site fee. Our two dogs are AKC certified obedience trained and one is a licensed for pet therapy. Never again.
Good overnight KOA with level sites. The restrooms and showers are very clean. The WiFi was spotty and did not always work. The owners are very friendly. There is an excellent country restaurant at the bottom of the hill call The Log Cabin. When in the area, we will use this KOA.
For the good side, the Wi-Fi works and the restrooms are clean. As the other reviews indicated, this park needs maintenance. Lots of tall grass around the hookups that haven't seen a weed eater in months. Great place to get lots of chigger bites. This KOA is not attractive. We will not stay here again.
OK park with sites close together. Even though I checked twice, they had no record for our reservations but luckily had sites available. This could have been a problem on a holiday weekend. The location is a bit far from Nashville and we will look for another park when in the Nashville area.
Super state park that has lots of facilities including golf, water sports and outdoor activities. The sites are very spacious with plenty of room to enjoy the great outdoors. The cleanest restrooms in any state park we visited. If sewer hookups were available, would have rated DeGray Lake a 10. This state park is an outdoor getaway because has no WiFi, poor cell phone reception or TV cable connections.
Good KOA with functioning utilities. The fold and fluff laundry is a plus, drop clothes off when site seeing. Cedar City is a great location for touring the parks and sites of beautiful SW Utah. The Shakespeare feasible adds to the enjoyment. This KOA is a little pricey but we would stay here again.
Except for the sites being a little too close together, this is an excellent park with very clean facilities and a good totally enclosed dog run. Good location on old Route 66 for touring the area. The owner is well acquainted with the Gallup area and has excellent knowledge of the local trading posts. We will stay here again.
Great location within the park (less than a mile from the rim) with full hookups that function correctly. The campground sites are shaded and you are not crowd (good size). Restrooms and showers (fee) are clean. The park shuttle system adds to the enjoyment by providing in-park transportation. The staff was friendly and very helpful. We will definitely stay here again.
Excellent camp resort with all the facilities, super clean restrooms and showers, two swimming pools and other great features including dog runs. They sweep the streets and pickup garbage every day. The staff is very helpful and friendly. The Oasis Las Vegas will be our home when we are in Las Vegas. One of the best.
Good clean metro park with limited facilities. The restrooms and showers are very clean. The campground is located on church property and therefore security seems okay. The park's location is within walking distance for many of the Independence attractions. When in the KC area, we will stay here.
Typical KOA with a friendly staff and all the facilities; clean restrooms, nice pool and good hookups. The showers have no water temperature adjustment and the water temperature is too hot for our liking. We stayed here two times on this trip and will stay again when in the Chicago area.
Great St Louis metro campground; clean, good facilities, well kept grounds and security. The staff is very friendly and security provides rides to the hotel/casino and the train station. One drawback, the pool, located in the hotel, is not available to children. Great views of downtown St Louis and the Arch. We will stay here again.
This is an almost ideal park, very clean, nice facilities and features. But there are two major flaws that put this place in the very over-priced category: loud train noise (both day and night) and low electric power. We could not operate our air conditioner and use any other appliance. Plug-in the George Foreman grill or switch on the water heater and the breaker blows. Not very comfortable in the hot summer! We camped here in a motor home.
Nice overnight park with friendly staff and a bonus - a good restaurant that serves dinner and breakfast in the park. Looks like they are remodeling the restrooms, but they are still small. Another bonus is that one of full time residents runs a mobile RV repair service; we had some electrical problem - which he solved (reasonably). This was our fourth overnight at this park - (we like the no cooking feature).
Greyhound is a crowded city-type park with mostly long term residents. The restrooms are clean but small. It's okay for over night stay but not for the long-term. The park's best feature is the great 'real' Mexican restaurant across the street.
Great park for the RVG, with all the facilities including indoor pool, lots of activities and exercise room. Good friendly and helpful staff. Most of the residents are winter Texans; who were very nice, friendly and helpful. We plan on a longer stay next year.
Super scenic park located right on a Gulf inlet, right next door to a neat county park with a fishing pier- great for fishing and birding. Free wifi available in some areas for the park. Short term sites do not have sewer hook-ups. (We stayed two days for an en-route break.) Friendly people in the campground. We will stay here again for a longer period to do some fishing and hiking.
Excellent small park with friendly staff. The sites are a little close, but they have wifi and cable available at no extra cost. Super clean and roomy restrooms. Good restaurants are located within walking distance. There is some interesting site seeing in the nearby area including the painted churches tour (well worth the time). Great break on the way to the RGV,