Great campground with tons to do and very easy (& free) connection to the Disney parks. Pool area and staff led activities were great for our kids, as were the movies under the stars. The Staff was awesome! The camp store is about as stocked with supplies as a 7-11, but had a lot of souvenirs. I'm giving the park a 9 because they claim to have Wi-Fi but they do not. I'm honestly shocked that Disney doesn't have Wi-Fi. AT&T 3G service was OK, depending on where we were in the park. The park is huge, so bring your bikes and a golf cart if you have one (or you can rent them for $60/day). We will definitely return.
This is a very nice Corps of Engineers park on the Alabama River about 10 miles outside Monroeville, AL. The sites are paved and level, the hosts were friendly and helpful. It has great playgrounds for the kids, but no ability to swim in the river. The sites back on the creek have docks for boats. If this campground had a swimming area, it would be a 10. The hosts were very friendly and knowledgeable. We will definitely return.
We've stayed here twice, most recently for 4th of July weekend and we love this park. Most of the sites are paved; all of them are level. The sites are nicely spaced and a lot of them are on the water. Sites 7-17 are the nicest waterfront sites, 50-60 have a forest feel to them, and 33-39 have little to no shade. Pros: clean, family friendly park. The adjacent swimming area is great for kids, nice playgrounds, spacious sites. Cons: no sewer hookups (there is a dump station), only 1 trash dumpster.
Great Navy Campground. WiFi is extra, which is a shame. The AT&T 3G was great though. The sites are level concrete. The camp host was great. There is plenty to do including the National Museum of Naval Aviation (it's free). We would definitely stay again.
Great place to stay if you're in San Antonio. There are two types of sites, and we used both. There are full hook ups which include cable TV, and there are partial hook up sites which have just water and electric. There is a dump station on the premises. The wi-fi worked well. We streamed movies from Netflix for the kids without any problems. Overall, another great Famcamp!
If I could, I would rate this camp ground 6 1/2 stars. It's a great place to stop for the night if you're looking to stop somewhere between El Paso and San Antonio. It's essentially a dirt lot with full hookups, including cable TV and Wi-fi. The dead grass had sharp thorns in it that bothered both the kids and the dogs. The putt-putt golf has seen better days. That said, the hosts/staff were friendly and helpful. They allowed us to pull in and set up prior to checking in so I didn't have to set up in the dark. The sites themselves were level and everything, including the Wi-fi worked great. The diner which others have reviewed so well was pretty disappointing. They only had about 6 items on the menu and the price is steep for what you get. There were some permanent residents spread throughout the park, but all the RVs were in good condition, and we never saw any of the residents. Overall, it’s a good stop for the night.
Great Military campground. We arrived after hours and left before they opened. The campground was clean and we had no problems getting into a great pull through site (we didn't even have to disconnect the trailer). My only complaint is that the Wi-Fi is password protected and they did not post the password for after hours check-ins. We didn't hear any airfield/aircraft noise while we stayed, and will definitely return if we're in the Tucson area again.
Great campground in a quiet setting for Active Duty, Reserve, Retired and DoD. Centrally located in Mission Valley just off I-15 and I-8. We stayed for a week over Thanksgiving Weekend. The park was always quiet and well kept. There are 4 "corner sites" (which we had) that are not the most desirable and had we been staying in the campground during the day, we would have asked to be moved. Other than that, it is a great military camp ground and it will be our base whenever we're in San Diego.
This was our first time at Dorst Creek. It's a great campground with a lot of space between sites. The sites are no-kidding, the size they say, so don't reserve a 20' site thinking you'll fit a 20' trailer and your truck. We didn't see them, but there were bears in the campground both nights we stayed here. We also saw a lot of deer. It was relaxing and a cool escape from the Valley heat and we would definitely return.
Harris Beach State Park was a good campground to stay at with some restrictions. The restrooms, free showers, and camp sites are all clean and well kept. However, our sites in D loop were less than desirable. Highway 101 runs right on the back side of the park and there was a lot of road noise. Additionally, the sites tend to be small and even our tent trailer barely fit into the space. The large amounts of bushes and brush make for very private sites, which is a bonus if you're staying alone, but frustrating if you're traveling in any sort of group, large or small. That said , the sites on the front half of the campground were much nicer and we would love to stay here again if we can get those spots. The beach was beautiful with multiple access points and plenty of room for everyone. The only reason I rate it an 8 is because of the small, noisy sites on D loop. Otherwise, it would be a 10.
We loved our stay at Valley of the Rogue State Park and we cannot wait to return. The camp sites, restrooms, free showers, and coin laundry were all clean and well kept. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. Although the campground is located on I-5, a large berm prevents nearly all traffic noise and from our camp site in C loop, we could not hear any traffic. A very nice trail runs along the river with access points for fishing, or if you're brave enough, swimming. The only down side is that the WiFi for this campground only seemed to work in the Rest Area, not in the actual campground. Overall, it is an excellent campground and we cannot wait to stay again!