Price reflects an Escapees discount and 2-way hookup. Mostly long pull-throughs, very level, with side-by-side hookups, wide enough for our 4 slides. Park was very clean and well-maintained. We could hear the trains but they were not loud enough to bother us. Super Wi-Fi, very strong signal, very fast. Excellent Verizon MiFi signal. Cable TV extra fee. Owner very friendly.
Mostly pull-throughs on a windy ridge, too windy for us to put any awnings up. Sites are wide with patios and tables. Quiet, well-maintained park with a number of metal sculptures and a display area of old farm and construction equipment. 3/4 mile walking trail around the campground. Friendly and helpful staff. Wi-Fi okay, excellent Verizon MiFi connection. Short distance from I-25 and convenient to downtown Santa Fe.
A destination park for families with children. Two swimming pools, small water park, miniature golf course, video arcade, exercise room, stocked fishing pond, cabin rentals. All sites are reasonably sized with level concrete pads, most sites are pull-through, roads a bit narrow for our 40' motor home. Reservations probably needed in-season (May-August) as staff say the campground is usually fully booked then. Small trees with minimal shade at each site. Wi-Fi was very slow despite campground being 2/3 empty. Good cable TV. Noticeable highway noise (I-10 1/4 mile away). We stayed overnight.
Immaculate campground with 40 sites that is part of a resort facility with golf course, lodge, restaurants, conference center and spa. All sites are back-in with level concrete pads and all are either on the lake or have a view of the lake. Each site has its own trash can. We were able to get satellite but some sites are blocked by trees. Wifi was okay but a bit slow. This is a popular campground so advance reservations will be needed if you plan to stay any length of time. We would stay here again.
Campground is set on a terraced hillside. Roads are gravel and a bit steep in places. Sites were also gravel and were level side-to-side but dipped a bit front to back. We had a long-pull through with 50 amps and were able get satellite. Wi-Fi was okay, but a bit slow. Staff were very friendly and accommodating. About half the sites had seasonals. We came mid-fall and leaves had not been raked in a while, but otherwise the campground was clean and relatively neat. Our rate reflects an Escapees discount and would normally be $48. We stayed one night and would stay again if we were in the area.
Big rig friendly and easy on-off the freeway. It has a large number of pull-through sites that our 40' motor home and toad would fit in. There are some trees but most sites do not have shade. There is a separate overnight section that we were placed in. Our campsite was gravel and reasonably level and we had no problem with satellite TV. Wi-Fi was slow and took multiple tries to connect. Overall the place is nice but a bit high priced given the level of amenities. We would stay again if we were in the area and needed a place to stay overnight.
Fair too poor road in and out (better if you enter next to their sign on the main road and not use dirt side road). At least 8 pull-throughs that would fit our 40' motor home and toad. Campsite was moderately un-level. Trees blocked satellite reception. Sites were good width with 50 amps. Excellent wi-fi. Suited our needs for the night; can't see why I'd stay longer.
Location, Location, Location! Small campground with all sites on a beach facing the Bay of Fundy. Most sites are on the small side but there were several that our 40' motor home would fit into. Owners very friendly. Campground clean and well kept up. Few amenities, but with the view, who cares? Roads to and from Spencers Island are narrow, twisting and in fair to poor condition but it's worth the trip. We've stayed here several times and it is near the top of our favorite places list.
On the plus side the one staff member we met was friendly. We asked for a pull-through and were placed in an area where they put overnighters. There was nobody else in the area and we were allowed to park sideways so we didn't have to unhook our toad. On the down side this area was muddy gravel that had not had the trash picked up in quite a while. None of the fire pits had been cleaned and all had cans and bottles or other trash in them. We saw a couple of dogs running free off leash. Our area had been frequented by them and their wastes had not been picked up. We had no desire to spend a second night.
This is the 5th year we have stayed here, usually overnight on the way to and from New Brunswick. The park is now under new management who went out of their way to accommodate us. Our new motor home is large and long and we're towing a car, and they spent time finding and showing us the safest route to our site. That said, not all the sites are level, ours included. However the sites are spaced reasonably well, the place is clean and well maintained, and despite being in the path of planes in and out of Bangor airport, quiet. We will continue to stay here whenever we're in the area.