A really nice park. Lots, while without water are shaded but can be challenging to back into (most uphill and require a turn). Restrooms/ showers can be a hike if you don't get close. Lots are nicely leveled. Kids play area and swim area are not withing walking distance of the camping area, necessitating a drive around to the area.
Beautiful wooded area in the southern part of WV. Lots, while without water, are deeply shaded in the wooded area. Restrooms/showers can be a hike if you don't get close and water from the shower heads in the women's restroom ran constantly all the time we were here keeping the bathroom floor constantly very wet. VERY few lots would take the big rigs and all wooded lots are a challenge to back into (uphill and turning). Swim area not within walking distance of the camping area, necessitating quite a drive.
A really nice area on the lake. Lots are quite steep to back into. Restrooms/showers are far enough to have to drive to. We didn't see how a big rig could get into any of the lots. Swim area not within walking distance of the camping area, necessitating a drive to reach it.
A really nice park on the lake. Lots, some without water, are shaded. Restrooms/showers can be a hike if you don't get a close lot. Very few lots would take the big rigs but all are nicely leveled. Kids play and swim areas are not within walking distance of the camping area, necessitating a drive around to the other side of the lake.
Good park for families with children - many activities close by camp areas. Helpful staff who pleasantly refunded the 2nd night we were required to pay upfront even though we were only planning for one night.
Sits atop a mesa and can be windy and hot but beautiful scenery and views of Santa Fe. Very helpful, friendly staff who refunded one night when we decided to leave early. These are the nicest, cleanest restroom facilities we've seen in years of travel. Easy highway and downtown access.
We had to lay over in Wells 6 days due to camper breakdown. Nice, simple park with basic amenities and new bath/laundry facilities. Very nice, helpful owners. Seems to be primarily a pass-through park for big rigs but quiet. Not a lot to do in the area, but owners try to point out what is here.
Park seriously needs updating. Cabins nice and bathrooms OK but playground appears unusable and swimming pool unlikely to open any time soon. The sewer system had broken down and manager waiting for repairs. Should have asked for reduced price in light of conditions and finding that some RV parks on Rt 12 directly into Bryce Canyon were charging less. Very nice campground managers.
Nice,shady park. Our site and some others a challenge to back a 25' 5th wheel into. Managers seem to have campers who stay more than one night do a lot of moving from one site to another instead of putting the incoming camper into the empty slot. We did appreciate the advice on the phone to NOT bring the camper down route 89A due to steepness and turns but come down I-17 from Flagstaff. Stayed 2 nights.
Stayed a year ago, then again on 5/4/13. Men's restroom was broken in 2012; STILL non-functioning. Store is dirty; wouldn't buy anything in there. Rate went from $30 in 2012 to $37. Only people who stay here now appear to be full-time residents. Will not be back.
The worst campground of a month-long trip and the priciest. Lot beds are narrow, soft and rounded, not flat. Electric and water are WAY in the rear. Park isn't mowed and long-term tenants are apparently allowed to accumulate debris. Woodall's says full hookups and pull-through sites but we never found them. It's $40/night for members and $50 for non. Definitely NOT worth it!
A beautiful campground and pleasant staff. Plenty of room in the lots - the campground has lots of play areas, pavilions, a pond with a waterfall, pool. It could use another restroom facility near the back.
Lots uneven and utilities quite a ways in the rear. The clubhouse looked shabby and the restrooms underneath it were definitely not even useable. Others near office OK. Wi-Fi only available if you sit outside the office building. For travel-through campers such as we are, this park is definitely a challenge to find.
Unusual layout with tiered lots and many lots with campers doubled (back to back). No Wi-Fi at our lot under the hill. We occasionally had sewage odor when departing campers emptied at the dump station. Bathrooms OK - laundry outdated.
Beautiful setting on banks of the Mississippi. They have a river walkway and you can watch the tugs and barges. Staff is extremely pleasant and helpful regarding local attractions. Great place to base while exploring the Natchez area - we stayed two nights. All hook ups worked well and laundry very clean.
This is near the military installations. We never did see an owner/manager - dropped payment in a box. Local residents unfriendly. Claims to be handicapped accessible, but the doors to both the restrooms and clubhouse will not open more than 18 inches due to the heaving of the floor.
Small park, but convenient since it is almost in town. Great base for going to museums and other historical sites. Owner's hobby is building miniature models - has complete village with trains set up in front of the office.
OK park, nothing outstanding. Low camper volume allowed us to stay past the 11 am departure time. Restrooms are accessed by a motel-type key card which wasn't extended so if you want to stay beyond normal check-out, DON'T FORGET to have the card extended!
Beautiful campground in interesting historic setting and surrounding area. However, at least half of the lots are severely sloped - we noted several units with unusually large amounts of blocking to raise the rear.
We actually did NOT stay here. The park is very nice. We pulled in at 11:30am. The man in charge would not let us in until 1pm check in time although the park was at least 70% empty. He was very rude and abrupt and would not allow us to wait in the parking area. Check in time is not listed in park's ad in Woodall's. We deliberately travel off season and have never had a problem checking into a park reasonably early. Directions to the park are directly through the city of Burlington which would be very difficult for a big rig. Better route would be off I-89 to Lakeshore Drive and Route 127.
This was probably a nice campground at one time but it hasn't been updated in 20 years. Shared water/electric hookups and uneven lots make setting up a challenge. Woodall's lists lake swimming, but access is via a very steep, narrow wooden set of stairs that need significant repair. Beach is all rock with lots of trash, including dead fish. Play equipment is in midst of wood and other items. Baths and laundry are seriously outdated. On a positive note: has a great site manager.
Nice parklike setting. Reason for lack of WiFi stated as too much tree canopy. We have stayed at several with more canopy and deep in canyons with no problems. First experience with having coin-operated showers: interesting to try to add quarters while in the shower!
Although this is next to a mobile home park it is a good place even with several seemingly permanent RV residents. Baths are very clean, nice rec room and laundry facilities. Management and custodial staff very helpful and pleasant. Good place to base sightseeing in the area. Bonus is Blue Lake RV and Truck repair one block away with excellent service.
Nice enough campground. Management friendly and helpful, working to repair pads with fresh gravel. Baths could be improved with stoppers in sinks and more hangers for clothes in shower areas, no heat while showering in women's although was OK in men. Stayed 2 nights while exploring Yellowstone area.
Don't advise stopping here on a pass thru the area. Appears fairly new but lots (all back in) are poorly laid out with no room for tow vehicle. Our stop was just before Memorial Day weekend and perimeter of pool and play areas were lined with pickups towing boats - no room to maneuver backing in or getting out. Park is geared to sport fishermen with bar onsite. Bath facilities so-so.
Very unkempt, not mowed, not cleaned up from previous campers; toilets are pit type but light bulbs are removed and no toilet paper. One had excrement on the floor. Pretty site but would probably not stay here again under these conditions. Signage to campsites very poor: we drive totally around the basin before asking twice for help on locating Kansas Point.
We ended up here 3 nights due to a truck breakdown. Campground hosts are super people, very helpful and knowledgeable of the fairgrounds and the local area. We have a 5th wheel, stayed up on grassy area - wouldn't do paved area, too close, too much leveling for our old rig. Baths OK (they are after all on a fairground). A great base for spending time in Springfield and a good value.