Price reflects Golden Age discount. Another beautiful COE park. The sites are big. Our 37 ft fifth wheel and tow vehicle fit easily with room to spare. Water and power hookups were good. The sites and facilities are very well maintained. The restroom and showers were spotless. The showers are pay, 25 cents per 5 minutes. Very little on the antenna. Verizon phones and MIFI worked well. Highly recommend this one
Stayed here 2 years ago, and it is pretty much the same. Sites are scattered among the pine trees and most are FHU. Staff is friendly and escorted us to the site. A little higher than I like to pay but was OK. May take a little work to level up. Not much on the antenna so we got the cable for $1.50/day. The laundry was still closed up so couldn't use it. We recommend this one.
Pretty basic park. Sites are not very level but OK for 5th wheel to level. Some sites are better sited to motorhomes than others. Didn't use the restrooms or showers but went in to look. Very clean. Friendly staff. Very easy access off/on the highway. A little pricey but OK for an overnight. Wi-Fi was weak and dropped out often. Verizon phones and MIFI worked well. A few TV stations on antenna.
Price reflects weekly rate. This a very clean park. Restrooms, showers and laundry was spotless. Sites are sloped but we were able to level OK. Wi-Fi was fast and strong and cable TV was good. Our Verizon phones worked well. Small town but has all the restaurants and stores you could want. Don't miss the Range Riders Museum. It is very much worth the admission. Highly recommend this one.
Rate of $2.50 reflects Golden Age discount. Nice peaceful campground about 5 miles out of town. The bison were in the campground and totally ignored all of the campers. Saw lots of beautiful country on the loop. Drinking water when you enter the park. Otherwise boon-docking.
Great spot to stay a day or two. Owned and operated by the enchanted highway artist. Stayed 2 days so we could unhook and drive the enchanted highway. The work and detail on the figures was amazing. Well worth the drive. The gift shop isn't always open so not sure where you pay if it's closed. He had a school group doing the highway tour that day so we caught him in the shop. Nothing fancy in the campground but FHU so not a bad price.
Price reflects Golden Age discount. Some sites are paved and some are gravel. The roads are narrow and tight for big rigs. Trees hang over the roads in some places, so I would recommend walking to sites first and decide before driving a big rig in. This one does not have a dump station, but West Ashtabula Crossing and Eggert's Landing does. West's station is very difficult to get a big rig to. Eggert's Landing is newer and easier to dump. I didn't need to dump, but I'm sure you would be allowed to use either of the others. If you have kids or pets check for ticks often. Beautiful lake and a quiet campground. I would probably go to Eggert's Landing next time.
Nice, long, paved sites. A little unlevel but not bad. They turned the water on a few days early so we had true full hook ups. The grounds are immaculate as are the restrooms and showers. Laundry was still locked so I can't say how it looked, but if the other facilities are an indication the they are very clean. My wife used the hotel pool several times, and we thoroughly enjoyed the stay. The casino is big with lots of tables and slots. We would definitely stay here again.
Price reflects Golden Age discount. This another great COE parks. Lots of trees and grass and plenty of room. They only have power connections and a dump station. There is water fill spots in the campground but we were there before they were turned on. The nice staff let us fill at the office before and after our stay. We met a very the friendly and hardest working COE volunteer I've ever met. We got some TV on the antenna. The Verizon phones and Mi-FI worked OK. This is a beautiful, clean park. We would stay again if in the area.
Price reflects GA discount. This is a beautiful, well maintained campground. Lots of trees and several trails that go to the lake. We have a 37' fifth wheel and pickup and had lots of room. Site 24 must be at least 90' long and site 10 and several of the 20-24 sites are as long. Power was good for us and since we were the only campers it was nice and quiet. Our Verizon phones, MiFi and antenna TV was all good. Power at the site only. Fresh water located in a few places in the park. We would recommend this one for sure.
Sites are pull to rather than pull through. Several rows of hookups that you pull to. Lots of room so if you want to stay hooked up that is not a problem. The restrooms and laundry require a card that you cam get from the casino shuttle driver. We were there on Sunday and the office is not staffed. Pulled into a spot and paid the next morning. Good hookups and pretty level. More than I like to pay but good sites. Some antenna channels and good free Wi-Fi. Verizon phones good.
Rate reflects 1 week at $135.74. Nice rural farming area and we were the only campers all week. Elderly couple had just opened back up after the winter. The office and facilities are pretty cluttered and I'm sure they will get around to getting everything in order in time. Gravel sites are pretty level and lots of grass everywhere. All hookups were good and owners were friendly. Visit the Jolly Green Giant in Blue Earth while there. Good antenna TV. Verizon phones and Wi-Fi worked good.
Long gravel sites. Some not level. Right on Little Wall Lake. Popular fishing. Self pay but host is in the house on the property. Operated by the county. It looked like they were in the process of adding more sites. Nice clean park. It is pack it in pack it out so there is no place to deposit your garbage. The gate is supposed to be locked at 10:00pm but there were some party's racing in and out past midnight. They didn't cause us any problems. Over all a really nice place to stay though. Several good TV antenna stations and Verizon phones good.
Very clean big state park. Water is available in each section but not at the site. The water was on when we stayed. The sites are gravel and mostly level. Our site had 50amp but not sure if all do. We were the only campers there for 2 days and it is a big park. We could not get our WiFi to work and there were only 4 PBS channels on the antenna. The Verizon phones worked well. A very nice park and would stay again even though TV and internet wasn't available.
Price reflects Passport America discount. There was wifi available and worked well. Also we did see children in the park so it is family friendly. All hook ups were good and were actually placed better than most parks with the power at the back and the water and sewer mid site. The owner and employees were very friendly. TV reception and Verizon phones worked well. We enjoyed our 4 day stay and would recommend this one.
(Did not stay.) Looked like a nice place to stay except all of the sites are occupied by what looks like permanent residents. It is just a small area with hookups around the perimeter. Looked nice and clean. Don't bother making this a place to stay for a while until someone reports an opening.
Rate was $19.20 for an electric-only site. The sites are somewhat level and gravel. The water was not on and the restrooms were still locked but the power was on. The self check-in rates were confusing and we paid what appeared to be the correct rate for power only. The section we stayed in was on what looked like an arm extending out into the lake. I think we were the only campers in the entire park. Not sure why but maybe it is still considered winter, even though the temperature was 82. A nice overnight stay.
Rate reflects a weekly rate. Huge gravel sites. Very level and lots of slide room. Full hookups all good. Escort to site. Check-in and all park employees very friendly. Wi-Fi was strong. Cable was good and Verizon phones worked well. While in Amarillo we visited the Big Texan, Cadillac Ranch, and the Zoo. The DW went swimming almost every day. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. Highly recommend this great park.
Nice level grass sites. Laundry facilities and pool (still closed). Right next to Walmart. The Verizon phones and Wi-Fi worked well here and we got several TV stations on the antenna. The owners or managers that we met obviously do no enjoy their job. Neither could manage a smile, have a nice stay or thanks for staying with us. The man that led us to our site acted as though I didn't follow his directions. Not a friendly park. Someone should let them know that friendly translates to $$$. I will NOT be staying here again.
Price reflects GA discount. This another beautiful COE park. The volunteers are very professional and work hard to keep the sites and facilities spotless. This is the first park anywhere that I saw someone cleaning the sites this well including scrubbing the tables. Sites are concrete, very level and clean.Verizon phone and Wi-Fi worked well and I got at least 10 TV stations on the antenna. A beautiful park. Don't pass this one up.
Nice level blacktop sites. Water hookups are shared and a long way away. Some power hookups are on the curb side. No sewer hookups but dump station available. No checks on the campers so dogs run loose and you need to watch for aggressive animals. The water was on even though the COE phone contact said it wouldn't be. The price shown was with the Golden Age discount. A nice to stay. Thunder storms were severe while we were there. Definitely not the nicest COE park we have been in but still better than most state and private.
We just spent 5 months here for the winter. It is a great place to stay for overnight or long term. Lots of the residents are workers and everyone was friendly and quiet. The owners had several complimentary Cajun food days. It was delicious. All of the hookups were good. Wi-Fi was hit and miss at times but strong and fast when up. Cable TV was good. The area is one of the most friendly we have been to. I highly recommend this park. If it had a pool and activities it would have been a 10 for us. Nice area and good people. The price shown is based on monthly rate.
This another nice COE park. Price reflects GA discount. Water, Power (50amp) and dump station. We stayed in a loop that is closing 10/1. There were only a couple RV’s in it. The other loops were reserved for the next couple weeks with only a couple sites open during the week. Right on Hernando Lake. The sites are blacktop with nice patios adjoining or close. Lantern hooks, picnic table, another small table and cooking grill. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Excellent park. The only thing that would make this a better park would be sewer connections and maybe a laundry. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a really nice, well laid out park. Some pull-through sites and lots of long back in sites. FHU in our site was $25/night which is not bad for this part of the country. Water, sewer, Power (50amp). $20 if you are a Tennessee senior. There are 4 nice lakes in the park to play in. Cell service is spotty and our Sprint MiFi was adequate but roamed on another carrier. One good antenna channel (ABC) and several PBS. We enjoyed our stay and visited good friends from Henderson. We would stay here again if in the area.
Another nice COE park. Big level gravel sites, long enough for any RV and tow vehicle. Fire pits, lantern hook and full hook ups Water, sewer, 50 amp power and shade at most sites. The pull through sites are in the open but almost all of the back-ins are in front of the trees. Very clean restrooms and showers. The rate reflects GA discount. The lake is a very popular fishing lake for this area. I would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.
Campground is in the timber so the sites are grass/forest floor. When it rains it will be muddy in most places. Water and power connections are shared so you may have to connect on the curb side. Some require 50+ feet of hose and may be across another site. Both water and power (30amp) were good. The sites are situated around the connections and are hard to tell which way to park since they are not set up with gravel or pads. If you plan to stay any time soon be aware that you cannot go by any published directions or GPS. There is a bridge closed over the Blue Star Highway right next to the campground. When we called for availability they didn’t tell us about the closure and we drove for an hour to find it. You have to be on 44 East of the park and follow 44 around the road closed barrier.
Very well laid out park. Nice level, long, gravel sites. Back in next to the lake and pull through on the outside row. Some water connections are on the curb side so you may need a long hose. The lake is clean and has fishing for a fee. Lots of activities on the weekends. Laundry is clean and has 3 washers and 3 dryers. The west side sits right next to I-65 so there is a lot of traffic noise. We got used to it pretty quickly. All facilities were very clean. The owner is very friendly and helpful. The rate shown was for a weekly rate. A very well maintained campground. We would stay again if in the area.
Price reflects 50% discount for Passport America. Good Sam gets the same discount. Nice grass sites with some full hookups. Ours was 50 amp, water and sewer hookup. The sewer is quite a ways from the other connections so take lots of pipe or use a macerator like I did. The fair had just finished so not many campers. Grand Lake had hydroplane races going and the Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum is not far away. The water is heavily chlorinated so you may want to bring you own for coffee, etc. I saw county police a couple times and not much else inside the grounds. We would stay again if in the area.
Water and 30 amp hookup. Gravel sites fairly level. As stated before parking by your RV is tight. Free firewood and nice mostly shaded. We didn't have a grey water dump but some did. We used the dump station. It is not level but worked OK. The store has hand made and home items. The jam is terrific. The entire area is Amish and there are lots of shops to visit. The owners are very friendly and keep the campground in great shape. I don't usually mention restrooms but these were immaculate. Verizon phones had good reception. Their Wi-Fi was the best we have had in any campground. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This is another nice COE park. Below the dam in a valley. Lots of trees for shade. The only Corps park I have stayed at that have full hook ups. We had 50 amp, water and sewer for the price shown using the Golden Age pass. There is no antenna TV reception and limited Wi-Fi on our Sprint MiFi card. Verizon phones worked well. Nice showers and restrooms and level gravel sites. I will definitely stay here again if in the area.
Really nice state park like setting with trees/bushes for privacy. Lake Ontario is across from the entrance. Also visit The Erie Canal in some of the nearby towns. Sites all all back in and a tight turn but doable for big rigs. Lots of families the weekend we stayed. Bring a long hose and a "Y" if you plan to hook up to water. We had 30amp service. Manager was friendly and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Be SURE you follow the previous reviewer's directions if you have an RV over 11' 10". You will know when to turn off Holt and on to Lake. It is a "T" there.
All grass sites. Water connection is shared with other campers but pressure was good. Sites are level and all grass so the rain didn't make it muddy at all. We had 30amp and it also held up well. Lots of seasonal and local. The manager was very friendly and all the campers as well. They made sure we had a site with a view of the river. Several TV stations on antenna and Verizon phones worked well. Also Sprint MiFi worked but roamed on another network. Would stay again if in the area.
The other reviewers were right on with this park. If I had an RV Park I would want the person that runs this one to run mine. They had our reservation printed out when we arrived and lead us to our site. The pull through was long enough to park our 38ft 5th wheel and had plenty of room for the tow vehicle. Full hookups and 50amp service. A nice restaurant with a discount coupon and a small RV supply store. Most sites are pull through but not shaded. Some are back in and some are shaded. The park is well laid out and very clean. Level, gravel sites with grass between. The restrooms and showers were clean and the laundry area was clean. The rate reflects PA discount with Good Sam weekend days for a 7 day stay. Very nice park. We will stay again for sure if in the area.
Rate reflects PA discount during the week and full price on the weekend. Had choice of 3 sites and chose one on the hill. Very quiet up there. Lots of semi-permanent RVs. They are local and keep the RV there for the weekend etc.. FHU with 30amp power was OK until the heat wave hit and then the AC's pulled it down too low for me to run mine. Eventually all power was lost in the whole area. Not just the park. Very helpful and friendly staff. I didn't swim in the lake but the wife did and enjoyed it. They had activities on the weekends. There are signs on Hwy.1 on both ends of Winslow Hill Rd. Easy to find. We visited lots of towns, Acadia and Bar Harbor from there. Made a good base camp.
The rate reflects PA discount. They welcome the club discounts every day except holidays. PA was $17.50 + $3.00 for power. Very reasonable for full hookups. Getting into the site was easy. The sites are all in lots of trees. Getting out was more of a challenge, so the owner showed me the best way out and then lead me through. Some turns were tight but not bad if you are watching. They have a really nice swimming pool and game room. We didn’t go into the showers and restrooms but the laundry was very clean. The store is well stocked. The hookup for the site I was in had the connections more toward the front of the site so I barely made it without hanging out in the road. I had some problem leveling but finally got it. This a very nice family campground and they are upgrading the campground all the time. We enjoyed our stay.
We understand that this campground has just sold. I hope the new owners are as considerate and friendly as the present owners. We had some work done on our truck, and it took longer than expected. They moved us to another site and even then we were down to the wire getting out on a 4th of July weekend Friday. The folks that had the site rented for the weekend were terrific. They waited until 4:30 when the truck was done, and the office had made plans to put them in another site if necessary. Everyone was really great about us being in the site after checkout. The campground is grass and some gravel, all back-ins. FHU were good, and all sites have 50amp. There were activities for the kids on the weekend and a pool. Also activities for the adults. It got a little muddy when we had a thunderstorm, but for the RV's at least not bad. DON’T follow your GPS down Thatcher to Covered Bridge road if your RV is higher than 12ft 1 in. Call if you need to, but the covered bridge will take out vent covers and maybe an air conditioner. I didn’t have that problem but a brand new 5er next to me did. Overall a little pricey but a nice place to park. We were there 12 days. Don’t take site 7 without looking at it first. Rate reflects PA discount not counting weekends.
This is a little out of the way but a pretty good park. If you have a big rig, you have to detour around a narrow and low overhead turnpike. Where it says passenger cars only, believe it. Had FHU. The sewer was all the way to the back so I used my macerator, rather than try to connect all my sewer hoses together. The cable TV at my site did not work but I was only here overnight so I didn't mind. The guy running it now is Johnny-on the-spot when you pull up to register and leads you to your site. The road going in is full of potholes and very rough. If it was up to me I would never repair it. You can bet there won't be any hot-rodders on that road. The lake is for park residents only and is warm and clear. Lots of fish too. The park has lots of permanents but all of their spots were clean and the few we talked to were friendly. If not for the price I would give this one a 10.
Rate reflects PA discount. The entrance has a steep hill and a guard shack on top. The lady super guard may tell you to pull through and park on the downhill. It's steep. I have a big RV so I set the brake and used a chock too. Then when you leave you have to climb the hill and stop at the shack again and wait for an arm to lift. Not sure why they would restrict the exit?? The park is old and some of the facilities no longer exist. Their Wi-Fi was very spotty and not reliable at all. Overnight sites are on the hill and not level. Seasonal sites down by the river are level. Without the discount I would not stay here again.
The good on this park is nice lake setting. D loop was very shady and room between sites. We had a pet so were not able to get an electric site. Apparently they can't let a pet around people without pets. Strange layout: not so good about this park. We ended up with a site with no hookups for $27/night. Way too much for that. The pet noise and leash rules were not enforced. The site next to us had three dogs that ran loose until another camper told them to get them. Then the youngest dog barked constantly. The speed limit in the park was supposed to be 15, but we had cars driving by doing at least 35, including the police. I certainly would never let my child walk or ride a bike here. This could be a great place to family camp if the rules were enforced. I will not stay here again.
Wide open pull through sites on soft blacktop. Somewhat level. No shade but lots of room. It's a couple miles drive to the Courthouse so we stopped before we camped. They will park you on the grass if you have an RV. Nothing fancy here just the basic FHU and very few RV's when we were here. We would stay here again if in the area. Rate reflects PA discount.
Rate reflects PA for a week. ($123) Nice rate since Passport America is accepted for a week. Park is nice with level sites. The pool is now open and open to the public. However after 5pm only for park residents. Has a small store, propane, and a donkey to feed/pet. The new owners are working hard to improve the amenities and sites. While we were there they were adding more sewer sites and upgrading the power. They have plans to add putt-putt golf and lots more fun stuff. The owners and employees were very friendly and helpful. We fished and visited several attractions the week we stayed. We would definitely stay again.
Rate reflects weekly rate. Fairly level grass/gravel sites. Nothing fancy but FHU. We took a 30amp site and all hookups were good. Host was friendly and very helpful. Received mail for us and brought it to our site. The wife used the pool at the motel and enjoyed it very much. This is an old park and has a lot of permanents but everyone was friendly and it was very quiet. Highway noise was light. We would stay here again.
Self check in and park according to the instructions on the wall. No hosts on site. The FHU was good. Price reflects 50 amp and PA discount. Add $1 for each pet. It is only a park. No amenities. For the price though it was ok. WiFi was strong. Cable TV was really good. Some sites are shady, some are not. T-Mobile was good and Verizon was spotty. I would stay again if in the area.
Lots of shade. Nice hosts and check in. Way too much for what you get though. The $5 day use makes it too much IMHO. There were pigs, birds, and armadillos to photograph, and it was shady. Phones and MiFi worked well. It had cable connections, but I didn't try it. Antenna TV was good for the overnight. If I needed an overnight I would stay again if in the area.
Rate reflects PA discount. This is definitely a work in progress. The sites are on what appeared to be a pasture at one time. It made for very nice grass but I'm sure MH's have trouble leveling. I did not. All hookups were good. The cable TV is actually Direct TV satellite and there are dishes all over the grounds. I happen to have Direct TV so all I had to do is hook up and turn on the receiver. For everyone else they loan you a receiver and cable to hook to it. I saw them go to one sight and help with the setup. The North end has a nice laundry with the restrooms and the machines were clean and big. The wife said the restrooms were spotless. The fishing ponds are being repaired, so no fishing and the pool and hot tub are still not up and running. It was a nice stay for $20 but I would never pay the full $40 to stay here. There is no store or restaurant. It is close to I-75 but the traffic didn't bother us. As I said they are working all the time all day so I think they will eventually get all of this going.
This is another excellent Corps of Engineers park. Gravel pads and lots of grass right on Seminole Lake. Quiet and lots of room. Very few RVs here. This side of the lake is actually in Georgia. Chattahoochee is only 3-4 miles away though. Will stay again if in this area. Rate reflects GA discount.
Cement pads, lots of trees and FHU. Rate shown reflects 7 day PA discount. ($83). Several full time residents but very friendly. Owners were nice and also friendly. It is by no means new but was a very pleasant stay. Had a washer and dryer which we used. Everything was clean and the town had lots of beautiful old houses. Our WiFi worked well and cell phones had good reception. Good satellite and local antenna TV. We didn't use the cable connection which is $1 a day. We would stay again if in the area.
Great park especially if you are looking for someplace to fish. We caught lots of small crappie right behind our RV. Also caught a fair bass late one evening. FHU's were great and had a cement pad to park on. Rules state absolutely no fish cleaning in your camp spot, but all of the fish cleaning stations have the water off and no containers for carcasses. Rate shown is for 2 nights PA. Listing doesn't state it, but it is only good for 2 nights. Had some crawfish etouffee while here. It was great. I would stay again but not for full price.
Very clean park and very professional staff. All hookups were great. WiFi and cable TV worked well. Nice level concrete pads and plenty of room. Rate of $17.50/night was with PA discount. Beautiful park. Would be a 10 if it had shade. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed 2 days in the center pull through row. FHU including good cable. Rate is 12.50 a night with the PA discount. Great value and view. The boats stayed in port due to fuel prices. We would stay here again.
Rate shown is for 4 months ($1370) average. We are just leaving after staying for the winter. The park has lots of room for big rigs and a grass or dirt area at each site. The park had lots of activities and the winter residents were the friendliest we have found so far in any of the parks. There were block parties and card games all the time. The only drawback was the price of power. 17cents/kwh. It made our power $65-$92 a month plus rent even being very conservative. The lake had some nice bass and crappie in it but it is catch and release. The water is too nasty to keep them anyway. It didn't smell bad, just really dirty. This was a great place to winter and we may stay again sometime. South Padre Island is worth the trip to visit too.
This really is a nice park but not so nice as to pay $28 a night. Hookups and site was all good. We were here on a Friday and Saturday night and the only RV in the entire loop. No wonder with such high rates. The office staff was all business and no smiles or chat. Not unfriendly but obviously just there to do a job and get back to whatever they were doing when I interrupted them. I definitely will not stay again.
We stayed here for 2 months on our way to the warm south. Hook ups were good. Indoor pool and hot tub was great. Lots of activities. Overall a really nice place to stay overnight or extended stay. October was very pleasant. November was very cold at night. Sometimes in the teens. Small town and everyone was very friendly. Price reflects monthly rate ($275) plus electric.
Fantastic view of the lava field and a nice path to walk through a little of it. Some sites are very unlevel but all are black top. We were able to level up OK in our 5th wheel. Dump is free for park tenants but $15 for dump only. Price reflects the GA discount. We had water and 30 amp. Also most all have a shade cabana over a picnic table and a cooking grate. A great bargain and a nice campground. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed it.
Easy access off of the freeway. Full hook ups and level sites. No antenna TV but the owners have satellite TV pumped into every site. The pool was closed this time of year but my wife sat in the indoor hot tub 3 out of 4 nights. Not much going on in this very small town but that was great. Quiet and relaxing. Every private and public park in the US could take a lesson from the man and wife at this campground. Both run their butts off to make sure you have what you expect and if not they make it happen. On their web site they state that you shouldn't have to pay for amenities in the campground after you have paid for the campground. They actually mean that. They have bikes and DVDs for loan, not rent and somehow greet each arrival and make sure they get parked in their spot successfully. The sign on the door says open 24 hours. That's dedication. We stayed 4 days and truly enjoyed it very much. The rate reflects the Passport America rate. Stay here if you are in the area. They work hard for the business and deserve it.
Stayed 1 night for free. What a nice place to stay. Water hookup and 30amp. Even a dump station. First night free and $10 a might after that. The police patrol and the park next to it is lush green. Someone should give this town an award for being the nicest town for RV travelers.
All sites are open and some are side by side sharing a common power, water post. The showers and restrooms were old but clean. The campground Wi-Fi was fast and reliable. Not all sites have 50amp and some don't have sewer. Stay for a week and get the 7th free. We had water and 50amp for $60 for the week. (full would be $90) The hosts were friendly and the permanents were also. The park is right next to a small city zoo. Admission is $4 and only $1 on Wednesday. The RV park is closing the end of this month and possibly the zoo too. I would definitely stay here again.
Nice roomy park on a big gravel area. Price reflects weekly rate. 3 sewer connections in each site to accommodate any RV location. Laundry rooms in each of the restrooms. Park is on woodland not 2nd. Look at the hill north side of town and you will see it. Went to Deadwood and Lead while here. Also take the Spearfish canyon drive. Fall colors were coming on and waterfalls to see. We will definitely stay here again if we are in the area.
Beautiful Forest Service park in the Big Horn mountains. Big back in sites. I thought I was going to have 20amp power but to my surprise it was 30amp. The rate is with the Golden Age card. It wasn't 50% off for some reason but still not a bad price. There were water faucets scattered in the park. Satellite was easy to get where I camped. Nice campground and would definitely stay again.
Nice park with very helpful hosts. Site had plenty of room and the upper level was pull through. Not quite enough to leave the toad on if you have one but fairly long. Be sure you have lots of sewer hose if you plan to connect and are on the upper level. Connections are are close to the rear of the site. Escorted to our site and reminded to use a pressure regulator. Water at 80#. This is a great location for seeing Devils Tower, Buffalo Jump and the Sundance Museum in town. Would stay here again if we are in the area. Price reflects PPA discount.
The permanent residents outnumber the overnight campers 10 to 1. Most of the park is covered in junk that the residents threw around their campers, old motor homes, shacks etc. There were several dogs running loose, so I didn't feel comfortable leaving my dog out alone at all. Trash was everywhere. The pool was dirty and I didn't go in the restrooms. I didn't feel good about leaving anything unlocked or otherwise unsecured. This is one I will definitely not visit again.
One of the nicest we have ever stayed in. It's like parking on a golf coarse. Each site has a nice shade tree and your vehicle and RV are on grass. Right on the Snake River with a boat ramp and fishing dock. Stayed during my Homedale High School Reunion. You won't be disappointed with this one.