Given some of the previous reviews, I must say I was a bit disappointed with this park. It is however probably one of the better ones in the Grand Canyon area that we saw. It is basically a gravel parking lot with hookups. The sites were close together and only a few had picnic tables. We wanted to grill but that is not allowed. They did have a BBQ on Saturday night and live music other nights and also a continental breakfast. Fortunately the train only went by a few times a day as it is very very loud. Once though, it did go by at about midnight.
Wonderful campground with large spaces that were not crowded and had vegetation between them. The site we were in, had a gazebo also. As the others have stated, there is no cell or aircard service at all. We needed to up to the entrance to make any calls and we had two different carriers. The road going down to the park is very steep and winding. I had some concerns about pulling our trailer uphill but it turned out to not be a problem. I would recommend planning your trip for a cooler time of year as it was over 100 degrees when we were here in June. The rate shown includes the 5$ per day per person park entrance fee which is not mentioned if you make your reservation online.
Excellent overnight stop. You do have to join the Players Club to get an RV permit, but it is free and was not a hassle at all. The sites were large enough that we did not need to unhitch. The sites have water and electric and there is a dump station. Nice grassy area behind the sites and some had picnic tables.
What a wonderful place to stay! We used this as an overnight stop but wish we had longer. We had a large pull through site with a deck and a great view. No ant problems as was previously mentioned. All the sites seemed to be quite large, well spaced apart and with plenty of woodsy area between them. Would definitely return!!!
Stayed here on a fluke. Got off I-95 to buy peaches and stumbled on this park and am grateful that we found this jewel! What an absolutely gorgeous place. Chatted with the owner-builder of this brand new facility and it is obvious the pride he takes in the place and well as in the construction of it. Everything was done and laid out perfectly. Completely first class. It was a bit more than we wanted to spend but one look changed my mind and it was so completely worth it. Will undoubtedly return!!
Found this campground doing an online search and stayed there because they were having a June special. Ended up being very pleasantly surprised at how nice it was. The sites are large enough and the utilities are all in the right place. Several of the sites had concrete patios. Quite wooded and very quiet. Very convenient to local attractions such as Ausable Chasm, Lake Placid, etc. Owners were very pleasant and helpful.
If you plan on using your PA card, BE SURE to give 48 hrs. notice, after all, them is the rules! Guess the $12 was more important than a repeat customer. Called before arriving and was told that they would take it. Had it not been that the area our site was in was deserted, I doubt I would have rated it as high. Judging by the locations of the oddly placed fire rings (and don't even think about moving them or it's $5, them is the rules) the sites are quite close together and some are peculiarly placed. So much so that one guy that arrived the day we left had to go request a different site. Utilities are also not placed very well. Our site had them all on the wrong side, be sure to brings an extension cord for your eclectic hookup.
Stopped here based on previous reviews and was not at all disappointed! What a wonderful place to stay and I wish we had more time available to have stayed longer. This is a PA campground and the price reflects that. Even though they did not need to honor it on a weekend night, they gave it to us anyway. VERY nice owners. The race track mentioned in another review was active the night we stayed and though it was a little loud outside, indoors it was not noticeable. Also did not seem to be racing all that late. It is close to I-95 bit no noise issues from there either. We will most certainly be stopping here again.
To be fair, some of the problems we had were due to two weeks of rain prior to our arrival. First, the mosquitoes just about carried us away. Second, the road into and through the park are narrow, dirt, and have numerous pot holes. Finally the sites are packed sand and I see no way that even had it not been for the rain that it won't get into your vehicle. The site we had was not the most level and I was grateful to have four wheel drive to get out of it.
We are not very fond of KOA, but this one was definitely an exception to the rule! Owners were great, and upgraded our site to a waterfront with cable at no extra charge as they were not that busy and we were staying for several days. Facilities were immaculate all around. Was quite surprised to find an indoor pool also. It was about an hour to Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, but a it was a nice ride getting there. Would go back again.
The $23 rate is for the waterfront sites. It's a little less for the rest of the sites which all seem to have water view. We loved this park with the exception of the fact that there were people next to us that had 2 dogs that were barking when we pulled in and were still barking 2 days later when we left. Wish the managers of the park had done something about it as our efforts to kindly ask them to keep the dogs at least indoors failed. Aside from that, it is an absolutely wonderful, pretty and very clean park. We'll likely venture back again.