We stayed at Jetty Park for three days. When we arrived we only had a single night booked and hoped to stay longer, as we wanted to explore Cape Canaveral more. Unfortunately, our spot was only available for a single night, but they had another spot on the other side of the campground for two days to complete our visit. The spaces only had 30 AMP power, but sewer and water. There was Tengo WiFi Internet, but I have learned my lesson never to pay for Tengo again. The campground was quiet except for the occasional cruise ship; one left at 10:30 PM and sounded like a dance party. The spaces were larger, but awkward. Our second space had a huge depression, if there had been a rainstorm it would have made our space pond-front. My complaints for the campground are on two fronts. The first is cost, $52 a night is about $15 too much. I think the nightly rate would have been more, but the office person didn't seem to know how to work the computer well. The second complaint is the odd "booked" spaces. I can't imagined someone specifically wanted our space, but when you make reservations they book that space for the stay. They have to shuffle you around when there is limited space. The spaces should be allocated first-come-first-serve in my opinion. Would I recommend this park? Yes, it is OK. Would we come back? Sure.
Our initial stay was supposed to only be five days, but after two days, we fell in love and extended our stay to the maximum of 14 days. We had to move our campsite, but as it turns out that was good as our new spot was better. The campground was 100% full our entire stay. There may have been one space free one night, but that was it. We had full hookups, power, sewer, and water and they were placed thoughtfully. It appears the park was recently redone and it is VERY clean and VERY well maintained. There is a great playground for the kids and miles of pathways for dog walks. The RV spaces were spacious and gave us appropriate distance to our neighbors. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Absolutely Informational: We travel in a 36' Class A RV.
This place could use a lot of work and it sounds like Encore is going to overhaul the RV Campground this summer. Not a minute too soon. We stayed here a week in February 2014. We found the campground via a Passport America promotion and stayed 50% off for a week. I believe 50% off is still too much money for the RV Campground. The spot they sent us to was too small and after 1 1/2 hours of problems, we finally were given a spot that fit our RV (36' Class A) but learned later someone else was already paying for the space for a money but out of town. The laundry list of issues with the campground include: Awkward spaces with a concrete patio in an odd place; hard to pull in a RV close enough to the hookups. The campground spaces are also very muddy and have an odd 'smell.' Laundry room is often filled with broken machines; one day there was only one washer operating (out of ten). The change machines rarely worked, and the front office did not have enough quarters on hand. Electrical/Water issues: at least twice we lost power/water to our space with no warning. They are 'fixing' the electrical/water, but a little notice would be helpful. The office was chaotic/understaffed. One of the office personnel was incredibly helpful, although you could tell she was overwhelmed by the chaos. Quiet hours: 11 PM to 8:00 PM; this involved a few late night 'parties'. Resort Fee: This RV park is part of Encore; we were already spending $50 a night. I had to pay an extra $3 per night for our stay for a 'Resort Fee'. In Las Vegas, a Resort Fee covers the TV and WiFi but here it covers ... (WiFi was an additional charge). High number of permanent/snowbird residents who have settled into the RV park, full patios, etc. This RV park had water, sewer, electric and cable hookups. There was a laundry room, which was clean but very expensive. They have a large playground, which our kids enjoyed. Would I recommend this park? Maybe. Would we come back? Probably, because of the location not the RV campground.
We came to Gator Park to see the Gator show. It was convenient to stay here, as Gator Park was located halfway between our two stops. We stayed for a night and while the campground is not luxurious, we did not have any issues. There was no laundry room or central bathrooms. Our spot, #20, only had electric and water but we did see some sites with sewer. After the park closed at 5:00 PM, the area calmed down considerably and overnight we were not disturbed. I think $30 a night for what is offered is a bit high. $25 would be more appropriate. Would I recommend this park? For a single night. Would we come back? Not likely. We will explore another campground next time.
This RV Park has some really bad qualities, including the lack of 50 amp spaces. The KOA website showed the spaces as 30/50 amp, so I assumed we would have 50 amp when we arrived. As it turns out there, are a small number (10%) of spaces that have 50 amp and all occupied when we checked in so we had a 30 amp space. Suggestion: Charge $3 more per day for the 50 amp space. Save the extra income and start rolling out 50 amp spaces. Resort Fee: This RV park is part of Encore so we were already spending $50 a night and had prepaid via http://koa.com. Upon arrival, I had to pay an extra $3 per night for our stay for a 'Resort Fee'. In Las Vegas, a Resort Fee covers the TV and WiFi but here it covers, well I do not know what because we only had 18 TV Channels and they used TengoInternet for Internet, which means we had to pay to use it. The cost for a week is $16.95; however, it was unusable. Facebook would load in 2 minutes. Uploading an image to the blog would take 30 minutes. Basically, unusable as is most TengoInternet at RV parks. Customer Service: When we arrived, there was a sign by their propane saying "No Propane Today." I asked why that was and received a lecture by their employee before finally coming to the point which was that only certified people can fill tanks and they only work Monday-Friday (we arrived Sunday). I did not need Propane that bad, but I also did not need a lecture on why your RV park does not have enough staff to fill propane. I asked what the Resort Fee covered and did not get a straight answer which jaded me. We spent six days here and the park itself was standard. Our space was spacious and the RV parked on a level concrete pad. A few times, we heard a jet fly overhead, but it was not loud enough to disturb us. The location on Pine Island was relaxing. There was minimal traffic and we found ourselves slowing down during our visit. This RV park had water, sewer, electric, and cable hookups. There was a laundry room, which was clean but more expensive than most. There is a dedicated dog walk and a "playground" which was basically a set of swings. Would I recommend this park? Maybe. Would we come back? Maybe, but the annoyances listed above are a huge no-no for me. This could have been a 'good' experience instead of a 'meh' experience.
We spent a week in Orlando at this campground in January. We had visitors come visit us and it seemed like the perfect place to chill out. We upgraded to a waterfront space, which had a dock that our daughters enjoyed playing on. Our space was half concrete pad and gravel, it was very level. My only complaint was that our 36' rig had to back into our waterfront space, so our windshield faced away from the waterfront. The RV campground was very quiet although it is very close to the International airport, we heard the occasional airplane but it was only during the day. The other campers were respectful of quiet hours. This RV park had water, sewer, electric, and cable hookups. There was a laundry room, which was clean but more expensive than most. The Wi-Fi was good but not always reliable. There is a dedicated dog walk and a playground, which could use some modernizing. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? We would if we are in the Orlando area again.
We stayed here for five days in January. We had specifically come out to visit other RVers who were staying and recommended it. We really enjoyed our time in Cedar Key, and this RV campground had some good and some bad. The RV campground is older and its layout was probably carved by organic growth, rather than preplanned out. Driving our 36' RV around the RV campground was difficult and, for the first time ever, I had to ask someone to move their car so I could park in the spot. The flip side is everyone is very friendly, they have an onsite restaurant, and oh yeah... beautiful waterfront sunset views. The family would head to a dock and enjoy some time watching the sun go down every day. During the morning dog walk, I would stop to enjoy the beautiful nature that surrounds the RV campground. This RV park had water, sewer, electric, and cable hookups. There was a laundry room, which was clean and had some newer machines. The Wi-Fi was good but not always reliable. I was disappointed to find there was no playground nor dedicated dog walk. When we did leave, I found it hard to leave. The town and the RV campground were very laid back. I never once felt stressed out during my stay. Since Cedar Key is at the end of the road, there was no road traffic or noise. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? We are debating returning to Cedar Key in a month, but we will absolutely come back.
We stayed here for a week in January and were happy with our stay. This park does have Very tight spaces, but the part is well maintained and the owners were very accommodating. This RV park had water, sewer, electric, and cable hookups. There was a small laundry room, which was clean. The Wi-Fi was good, but not always reliable. I was disappointed to find there was no playground. The owners accommodated my need to use a large miter saw outside of my RV for two days. Many RV parks do not allow people to work on their RV. But, on the agreement I cleaned up after myself, they let me. Would I recommend this park? Yes. Would we come back? If we were coming to Tallahassee, we would definitely stay here.
Meaher State Park is one of the best state parks we have stayed at. It had full hookups with sewer too! It was clean, had lots of room, and was located in a quiet, great place. Although I cannot recommend visiting Mobile, Alabama, I would recommend staying at Meaher State Park. It is a relaxing place to spend a few days and enjoy some southern nature. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Yes, we will stay a few more days if we return to the area.
This is the best, state park run RV campground, that we have stayed. It is located on a beautiful preserve, about a mile from the beach (with hourly shuttles), has a large play area, and a full laundry facilities. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. They also had cable hookups at the campsite! There was a small laundry room, which was clean. The spaces had lots of room in between which provided ample privacy. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Absolutely.
We stayed here for five days and enjoyed our stay overall. The RV park was well maintained and clean. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. They also had many cable channels available and the Wi-Fi worked well for casual use. There was a small laundry room. I was disappointed to find there was no dog walk or playground. The driveways were very very tight and some residents haphazardly parked in them making navigating to our spot difficult. Although the staff was friendly, I was disappointed to find they would not convert a daily stay into a weekly stay. When we had arrived, we committed to three days, two days into our stay I wanted to extend our stay to five days. The weekly rate would be cheaper then the five day stay, so I asked to convert. They responded they would not be willing to because I had already stayed two nights. Every other campground we had stayed at would convert it, if I had not been lazy, we would have left after our initial three days and taken my 'extra' business elsewhere... but I was lazy and forked over the money. All-in-all the RV campground was pretty standard. Would I recommend this park? It is a good place to stay in Biloxi. Would we come back? Yes, but we may check out other places for variety.
We recently spent six days at the Baton Rouge KOA. The park is a bit dated and run down; although the spaces are paved, the concrete is cracking and does not look pretty. Functionally our space was flat and we only had a direct neighbor one night, the campground was very empty during our stay except for the full-time section in the rear. It was a nice place to stay but I could not get over the high price. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. They also had many Cable channels available and the WiFi worked well during our stay. There was a small laundry room and the bathrooms were a bit dated, but clean. All-in-all the RV campground was pretty standard. Like most KOAs, this one charged about $5-10 more per night than they should, it is really a $30-35 per night campground but we paid $46 per night. Would I recommend this park? Only for a night or two, not too much longer. Would we come back? If we are passing through. Informational: We travel in a 36' Class A RV.
We recently spent three days in New Orleans at the New Orleans West KOA. The park had nicely paved spaces and was very quiet within the park. Outside of the park, about a block away, large freight trains would rumble through a couple times a night blowing their horns hard. It made sleeping overnight difficult. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. There was a small laundry room and the bathrooms were a bit dated, but cleaned. All-in-all the RV campground was pretty standard. Like most KOAs, this one charged about $5-10 more per night than they should, it is really a $30-35 per night campground but we paid $45 per night. Would I recommend this park? It seemed like the best campground for the buck in New Orleans. Would we come back? If we are in New Orleans, we will probably stay here.
We recently spent three days at this RV Campground. It is a very packed RV park, catering to full-timers and the overnight crowd. Our space was very near others and the Motel 6 bordering the RV park contributed to noise. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. There was a small laundry room and the bathrooms were a bit dated, but cleaned. All-in-all the RV campground was pretty standard, it bordered a large highway, the spaces were narrow and gravel. Would I recommend this park? If we were visiting Abilene or passing through. Would we come back? Sure. Informational: We travel in a 36' Class A RV.
We ended up spending 16 days at La Hacienda RV Resort. Originally, we were going to stay for a week but we fell in love with Austin and the RV park was one of the best ones we have stayed at. Check-in was simple and ever interaction we had with the office was pleasant. They were always quick to help and very friendly. We had a number of packages, letters arrive, and they went as far as to call me to know they had arrived. That is service. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups and cable TV. The only negative part of our stay was the unusable WiFi; but at this point of our journey, we never expect WiFi to work. The laundry facility was large, had newer machines and the wash price was a little more expensive than other campgrounds we have stayed at. The space between the RVs was generous and the length of the spaces facilitated a more quiet stay. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Absolutely.
I would give this place 5 stars if it had sewer or at least a dump station. The lack of this facility is the biggest problem. Do you want to stay at a campground next a lake? Check Do you want to stay at a campground that is quiet and surrounded by nature? Check Do you want to stay at a campground that has deer roaming around through it? Check Do you want to meet friendly people while camping? Check Do you feel like Steak dinner, a glass of Red Wine and beautiful views over a lake? Check Beyond Hope Resort is not the nicest resort in the world, but it sure has everything one could really need. We arrived Sunday night and found the campground was only 50% full during. Our back-in spot was quite spacious, the hookups were close, and it was level. The spot had lush green grass that our two girls spent the next three days rolling around in, playing in, and enjoying. The bathrooms and laundry room were clean and functional. They won't win any awards, but you won't go home with a new infection either. The beach is the place where you should plan on spending a lot of time at, we spent 3-5 hours per day throwing rocks, swimming, relaxing along the beach.
Lubbock was one of the places I wanted to visit as we travel across the US. I found a few good reviews of the Lubbock RV Park and decided to stay here. We stayed in Lubbock for three days. We arrived without reservations and they checked us in in only a few minutes. They gave us a nice spot in the back away from the highway. The spot had a large paved area where were able to setup our RV. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. The nightly price was very good, and the Wi-Fi was spotty. I was unimpressed by the laundry facility; they should upgrade their machines. Although next to a busy highway, an airport, and a train line we slept very well during our stay. None of these produced enough noise to be a bother. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Absolutely.
As part of our ongoing road trip across the US, we decided to visit Roswell, NM for a few days. This looked like the best RV park according to what I had read, so we aimed the RV for the campground. We arrived very late and were surprised to only find three spots available. We filled out the night registration and pulled in for the night. Our space was VERY tight to the other RVs and we shared an electric pedestal. I walked around the next morning and found that 85% of the visitors were full timers. Everyone was gone working during the day so the park was empty. There is a long list of rules, including you cannot leave your dog outside of your camper EVEN if you are out there with them. This is a great place to stay for a night, but longer really is not worth it. The nightly cost is high for what was offered and the condition of the RV park could use some improvement. It served a purpose but not a place I would come back to.
We stayed here for a total of three days with partial hookups. Both water and electric (50amp) were offered, but sewage would need to be dumped on our way out. The new spot was near the top of a hill overlooking the lake and surrounding area. We were also just below a cell tower which meant we had full coverage while here. The sites are large with a covered picnic area and fire pit. We enjoyed staying here. There was a little play area for the girls and plenty of land to explore as a family.
We stayed at LazyDays Campground which was a nice place to park for a few days. It is a large, straightforward, clean RV park. LazyDays has its own Service department. You need to call at least a month ahead to schedule any work. In addition, they have a RV sales department, as well as complimentary training courses and seminars to make you more comfortable and knowledgeable in your RV. The laundry facilities were top notch. New machines with the option of paying with credit/debit card in addition to quarters. They had a large enclosed dog park, but other than the pool, there was not much for the kids to do.
We recently stayed in Seligman for two days, our original plan was a simple overnight stop, but a windstorm prevented us from continuing our journey. Our spot was nice, it had full hookups (no Cable) and the bathrooms were clean. The Wireless worked, barely, and the laundry room had some older machines. For almost $40 a night, I would have expected more. It was a very basic RV campground at a high price. Would I recommend this park? It is perfect for an overnighter. Will we come back? If we are passing through.
This place is a great place to escape from reality for a few days. The RV campground is very large and has a number of amenities, which makes your stay pleasant. It has a close proximity to the Strip. Unfortunately, the spaces are tight in between units and it is located next to an Interstate. Even with this, we slept soundly in the RV campground. The security at the front gate was a positive even though the RV was in a good neighborhood. The pool, laundry facilities, bathroom were all well maintained and clean. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Absolutely.
We recently stayed here for three days because we wanted to explore St. George Utah. We were disappointed and would not come back. This campground is a KOA so it had an easy reservation and check-in process. The price to stay here was not that expensive, which is good because if we had paid more I would have asked for a refund and left. This RV campground is all gravel, which is annoying, but what is worst is that many of the spots are on a sharp hill and very narrow with uneven terrain. The spot we had, 104, had about six feet between our spot and our neighbors on 1 side and three feet on the other side. The spots are so tight that one overnight fifth wheel hit the cable box as they pulled in and struggled to squeeze around the tree on the other side. Our spot was at a very sharp angle and our leveling jacks struggled to get our RV flat. When we left we could not connect our Jeep at our spot, we had to drive the RV to another location to connect. Very inconvenient. Our spot had full hookups and there were no issues; hence, I can give these place two stars. The surprising "feature" of this park that I have never seen is that there is one sewer connection with two inlets. I imagine if our neighbors dumped at the same time we did we would cause a mess. Tengo provided WiFi. During our stay, it "worked" which is to say I could surf the web, but there were many interruptions and the link was not reliable enough to hold conference calls as part of my job. The playground was new, but placed near a sharp drop and not well thought out. The kids enjoyed it but my blood pressure was a bit high. The RV campground is also very difficult to get to from I-15 unless you are coming from the North. If you are coming from the south, there is a very sharp corner off the freeway and finding your way back to the freeway is a 3-5 mile bumpy ride. The RV campground shares a small valley with the Interstate, so you do hear some noise rattling throughout the night. The laundry facility is nice, the machines are newer, and there were a good number of machines available. This was a positive for the RV campground. Would I recommend this park? No, not at all. Will we come back? Absolutely not. I would consider a level Walmart parking lot before visiting again.
The Fillmore KOA is an oasis in a sea of bad RV campgrounds. The grounds here are beautifully maintained, the spacing between each space is appropriate, and the services provided are excellent. When we arrived the person, staffing the front desk was very helpful, she escorted us to our space and made sure we were happy. Over the next two days we used the laundry facilities and were happy that they were so clean. Two caveats though, small folding table and dryers that cannot be extended. The Wi-Fi was strong and reliable. There is an annoying login screen, which we had to log into every time we needed to surf, but I could overlook this, annoyed me. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Will we come back? Absolutely.
We stayed the Missoula KOA just after Labor Day for a week. The neighborhood was relatively quiet (some train and airplane noise), the onsite store was fully stocked and not ludicrously priced. The activities, when open, look to be lots of fun. The park was very large so there were a wide variety of spaces throughout. The laundry room was large and clean. Do not stay at the Missoula KOA if you are looking for natural beauty, the RV park is lined with mobile homes. There are many kid activities at the campground, unfortunately some of them shutdown for the season the day after we arrived. The playground was a blast for our 2 & 4 year old. The proximity to shops, such as Costco, Walmart, and Target was a huge bonus. There were a handful of restaurants, which were good dinner/lunch options. I can recommend Missoula KOA for a few days or even a few weeks. We returned to the campground twice over a month.
The park was mediocre and in desperate need of maintenance and the spaces were very small. The grass next to our spot was dusty dirt. The playground had rusty screws exposed and was falling apart, the toys had all been well used. We have stayed in some rustic campgrounds, but they normally charge a rustic amount. Considering the condition of this campground compared to others, this place is 50% overpriced. I would have a hard time recommending that anyone should stay here. If you are passing through Butte and need a place to park overnight, this place will serve that need but is overpriced for what they provide.
This is an urban campground, probably not in the best part of Salt Lake City. If you come here hoping for some peace and quiet, you will be disappointed. This campground is central to the city and city activities; it is close to the highways and is close to public transport. Yes, you will hear trains at night. We stayed here for nine days in early October after spending the past few weeks away from civilization. We were craving those city activities, those quick meals, those drive through Starbucks. This campground satisfied the need. We had a pull through with full hookups; the water, electricity, and even cable were all perfect during our stay. We did have a backed-up sewer pipe one morning but they resolved it within fifteen minutes of reporting it. The first weekend we were there the campground was very full, a conference was going on downtown. Other RVers surrounded us. Over the next week, the park emptied out and the following weekend the park was only 25% full. There was very little intra-park noise, but you do hear the light-rail, the airplanes, the helicopters, and the trains. Most of them are far enough away it does not keep you up all night, but you can notice them if you pay attention. The price to stay here nine days was reasonable and the onsite laundry was one of the better ones we have seen. The playground is smaller, but the toddlers spent hours burning energy on it. Would I recommend this park? Yes. Will we come back? Yes, if we are in Salt Lake City.
This is a pretty good RV Park to stay at when you're visiting Bozeman. It's not close to town, about 5 miles outside of town so make sure you have a vehicle to explore Bozeman in. You will hear some train noise at night and some Interstate traffic. The spaces are tight, but they are full hookup pull-through. There is a very cool pool with a very large slide. The playground could be better but the bathrooms and showers are clean and well maintained. The Wi-Fi here is lacking, it never worked very well but this is something we have came to expect from RV campgrounds. The cost to stay here is very competitive which helps us overlook some of the minor flaws. Will we come back? Yes. Would we recommend it? Yes.
We visited this RV Resort based on the fact they offer a discount to Passport America members, which we are. This was the first RV park we had visited that took the Passport America card and we were satisfied with the RV Park. The spots are a bit dirty and the spots are smaller. The washroom is not incredibly clean nor dirty and the laundry room leaves some desire. The one huge benefit was the Wi-Fi, this park had a very reliable Wi-Fi network. During our two-day stay, I never once reverted to our MiFi cards. The park itself is starting its winter lock down, so it was under 20% filled when we were there. The location of the park on the lake was a bonus; the morning view was something I enjoyed each morning. The proximity to the highway was negative, large trucks would occasionally roll by and shake our RV even though we were a few rows in. Would I recommend this park? Sure, it is a nice place to visit for a few days. Will we come back? Probably not, unless we were just passing through.
At the end of September, we stayed at Lincoln Rock State Park for nine days. The space had full hookups, electricity, water, and sewer and had a beautiful view of the Columbia River. Our two closest neighbors were far enough away that we felt secluded in our spot. The park has trails, playgrounds, docks and large green areas. This was ideal for our two children, two and four, to burn off energy every day. If the weather had been a little warmer, the two girls would have probably spent the majority outside running around. The check-in process was simple, the only complaint I have is they only accept cash or check. Luckily, we had our checkbook and could pay for the nine days we were planning on staying. Our neighbors were quiet and on a few occasions, celebrations would stop abruptly at 10:00 PM to respect quiet hours. The bathrooms are clean and there is onsite recycling. If you were visiting Wenatchee, I would highly recommend staying here. This state park is better than more RV resorts we have stayed at (although, there is no amenities here).
This is not a glamorous RV park. The spaces are a bit cramped, but it has full hookups. I stopped here for a few days on the way to Idaho and happy I stayed here. First off, the service is amazing. They held packages for us, large boxes, and on our second day hand delivered a letter to us. This kind of service is what makes this park great. The night we arrived, there was a terrible windstorm and the next morning there were two people out picking up branches. In the afternoon, the park looked cleaned up. The Wi-Fi did not work well, even after we paid $2 per day but this is something I am not surprised by as I need reliable Wi-Fi for my job. The bathrooms were super clean and the laundromat was basic, clean, and the machines operated well. While using the laundromat one of the washing machines broke, the office sent someone over right away to fix it. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Will we come back? I will not drive out of our way to come here, but if we are passing through this will be a preferred stopping place for us.
We recently stayed here for three days and enjoyed the RV park overall. The space we had was very spacious; our toad was parked alongside our RV. The Wi-Fi worked great and our full hookups served our RV needs our entire stay. The bathroom/shower room was clean and the laundry machines looked new, although we did not use them. The RV park was quiet at night and convenient to the sights and conveniences of Boise. We were disappointed to find the playground was removed and the all-gravel spot was a downside, as our kids did not have greenery to play in nearby. Would I recommend this park? Yes. Will we come back? If we were passing through this would be a preferred stopping place for us.
Due to a change in our travel plans, we ended up driving along I-80 and stopped in Wendover for the night. We only stayed overnight and I am not sure I would have wanted to stay longer. The RV park was very empty during our stay, only six other RVs were onsite that night. The space we stay at was quiet, not near other RVs, and offered full hookups. The Wi-Fi did not function well. Wendover is a dusty, rocky, desert place and this campground is not hiding this. There was no grass anywhere and the gravel throughout the campground did not throw much dust around. The playground was excellent; our kids play in it for a long time. The pool was closed for the winter and the store looked sparse. I would have giving our stay three stars, but this is the second most expensive RV park I have ever stayed. Our stay should have been $30-35 per night, but we paid $48! The resort that I paid more for had many more amenities. I could not help feel we were being charged higher because they were the only campground for *miles*. Would I recommend this park? No. Will we come back? If we need a pit stop along I-80.