Nice COE park on the lake. Showers were nice with plenty of hot water. Lots of shade, so don't expect to get a satellite TV signal, but my antenna worked for over the air programming. I did have some low signals on my Verizon phone, but my AT&T MiFi worked fine. The dump station is located near the park entrance. The gates close at 10 pm. This is my 2nd year camping at this park and will be back for a 3rd year.
The park, opened in 2012, has full hookups with 50 amp service. The sites and roads are gravel, thus was a little dusty. There is easy access to Turner Turnpike (I-44) and Creek Nation Turnpike. This is the best RV park in the Tulsa metro area, located only 20 miles south of downtown Tulsa. Unlike all the other RV parks in the metro area, it is not predominately long term campers. There is a restaurant on site and a casino 1/4 mile south. Although, next to US 75, it was quite with no road noise. If you are visiting the Tulsa metro area, I would recommend you try this place.
The RV parking area is on the campus of Mylan Park, a state-of-the-art recreational and educational complex located on over 300 acres of reclaimed surface-mined property just minutes from downtown Morgantown. The paved RV lot, next to the Ruby Community Center, is level, well lit, quiet, and big rig friendly. If you come to Morgantown for a football game or need an overnight stay, this is an ideal location. It is close to I-79 and WV University. The folks that run Mylan Park were very friendly and accommodating.
We camped here on the last weekend of the season. It seems the majority of the sites are rented to seasonal campers, but there is an area for the non-seasonal campers. Our site had 30 amp electric and water, which seems to be the norm for non-seasonal campers. There is tree cover, so keep that in mind, if you rely on satellite reception. As mentioned earlier, we were here on the last weekend of the season, so there were several seasonal campers here winterizing their trailers, but not many non-seasonal campers. The evenings were relatively quite and there were several campfires throughout the park, in the provided campfire pits at each site. The campground appears to be well run and very clean.
Great location - next to Lowes Motor Speedway. Full hookups with very wide sites. This is our second stay at this resort and enjoyed both visits. We stayed here during the Coca Cola 600 race in May 2005 and 2007. If you are looking for a place near Charlotte - this is it! It is close to I-85, Concord Mills Mall, Concord Airport, and several race shops.
We had a shaded site next to Jonathon Creek. The sites were wide enough to accommodate our multiple slide MH and our awning. The staff were very friendly, accompanied us to our site and directed us into the site. The campground has cable and since it did not carry a specific station, we were able to use our satellite - no problems with the foliage in getting the signal. Our overall experience at the park was positive and only slightly dampened by the noxious odor of fertilizer that was prevalent on both nights. We would stay here again! The location was close to Maggie Valley, Cherokee, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Smokey Mountain NP.
We stayed here overnight in a pull-through site. The site was fine, with plenty of room for our slide-outs. The site was nearly level, so not much leveling necessary. Owners were nice and competent. We enjoyed our stay here and would not be hesitant to return.
There are only four 50 amp sites, with the rest 30 amp. All are pull-thru sites with easy access. This RV park is adjacent to the Claremore Expo center and the recreational center. The park has BBQ grills, picnic tables, showers, laundry service and handicap accessible playground. If you arrive after hours, sites 1,3,5 and 7 available for use. The office is located in the Expo center building, next to the park. The park was quiet and the sites were level! Prices were $20 for 30 amp service and $25 for 50 amp service.
What can I say? Very clean resort with friendly staff. The laundry, with four washers and four dryers, costs $2 per load and was clean and well kept. The laundry, pool, spa, and restrooms require the use of a pass code to enter. The WiFi costs $5 per day using 802. 11b standard. This is the place to stay if visiting Zion NP or Bryce Canyon NP. I will be back to stay here again.
We were traveling west to east and wanted to get past Denver before spending the night. This park is located about 15 miles northeast of Denver, off of I-76. It is located on the northwest side of I-76, at exit 20. On the opposite side of the interstate is a railroad track that gets plenty of use, however, was quiet after 10 PM. The sites are grass and semi-level about 25 feet wide. The extended stay residents out numbered the campers, but most were well-kept trailers and motorhomes. The office/grocery/supply building was smoke-filled and could use some cleaning and updating. I would not make this a destination, but rather an overnight stop. I thought the nightly fee was too high for a park of this type (and this was with a GS discount). Its location east of Denver is its strong point, especially if traveling west to east and want to get through Denver before stopping for the night.
We arrived after the office closed, so we were able to select a site based on the map attached to the office. This was our first time here and we learned a big lesson - Row L is not as it appears on the map and is a dead end. We had our toad, so we could not back up or turn around with it attached and required us to unhook and manuver the motorhome around the narrow road. We ended up on Row G, in a fairly level site. The NPS had completed its installation of 50 amp electrical service and we did not have any problems with low voltage. The following night we received a 3" snow fall and by 9 AM the next morning, the NPS had all of the roadways cleared, including those in Trailer Village. This is a NPS park, so do not expect everything to be perfect, but it serves its purpose quite well. We enjoyed our stay and would return.
The park was well kept and the employees were very helpful. As stated, the park is located off of the Interstate, but the traffic noise was not an issue for us. This was an overnight stop, but would not hesitate to stay here again. Plus, a Camping World just opened on the other side of the Interstate. There is a charge for the WiFi.
This place has both shaded and newer, unshaded sites. All sites have full hook-ups, including telephone. The resort has planted trees in the newer unshaded sites, but it will take a few years for the trees to create shade. Therefore, you will be able to use your satellite dish. There were a few seasonal campers in the resort. There are two lakes on the property, both former gravel pits. Fishing is allowed on a catch and release basis. Boats are allowed on the lakes, but only with electric trolling motors. There are plenty of areas for bank fishing, as well. On one lake, the resort has created a swimming beach. The lakes also have nice walking trails along the banks, providing great nature walks. The owners were very nice and helpful, even taking their guests to their site and providing assistance in parking their rig.