This is our second stay here. In the past 10 months since we have been here, the owners of the park have made many improvement and are in the process of putting sewer hook-ups in all the sites. They pump septic tanks with a portable unit every couple days, or as needed. The owners are extremely nice and accommodating. They will do anything they can to make your stay memorable. We were here for an extended stay of 3 weeks and couldn't have had a better experience. The campground is small, but sites are not crowded together. We will put this on our list of campgrounds to return to.
Nice park, rather pricey. Wi-Fi only available near their office/game room. Quiet but very close neighbors, pull thru sites. Park could use some upgrades. Good cable TV. We enjoyed our over nite stay. Easy access to Philadelphia and on and off 295, but far enough away not to hear the highway. We would stay here again.
This is part of the Georgia State park system and could easily be mistaken for a high end private campground. It is absolutely beautiful, spacious sites and immaculate. The bathrooms are old and could use a makeover. The golf course is used by the pros for practice before Augusta. It looks fabulous and I wish I had my clubs with me. Make it a destination. There are also camping cottages and horse facilities.
We stayed here in the off season, so the park wasn't crowded. However, the sites are close together,so it may get crowded in the high season. It is well maintained and in a good location for a quick off and on the highway. The staff was very accommodating. There is a huge Christmas light display that is supposed to be fantastic.
This is a good place for an overnight stop. It is a no frills park. There were many full timers, but they were friendly and helpful, as the staff was. The Wi-Fi, laundry and cable were great. The sites were large and level. We used CCUSA and it was cash only.
For an inner-city rv park, this is a gem. It is near the interstate, but the proximity to the French Quarter can't be beat. It is immaculate and has great facilities. The staff is more than accommodating. We would stay there again.We used CCUSA for the fee.
Excellent place to stay. All the sights are on the trout lakes, level and spotless. The bathrooms could use an update, though. The staff is friendly and helpful. We would stay there again. We used CCUSA for the fee discount.
This was our second time here. What a wonderful place to stay near the city. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The road could use updating, but keep the traffic slow. The park is immaculate. We would stay here again.
The campground fee included a $7. State of Colorado Park entrance fee. The grounds of the state park included miles of walking/biking trails, a large lake for boating, horse stable and swimming beach. The campground is very large, but divided into sections, so that each section is a small campground unto itself. Each has bathrooms, showers and laundry. The grounds were well kept by workcamper hosts, who had double duty on two sections. The laundry was clean and more than adequate, with regular sized washers and dryers and one over sized washer and dryer. The bathrooms could have been cleaner. The showers had no water pressure and the shower head afforded a small stream of water, enough to only wash one side of your body while hugging the shower wall. We would stay here again.
The fee included a $6. park entrance fee for the State Parks of Colorado. The campground was well kept, as were the bathrooms and laundry. The sites were very large, affording a quietness between neighbors. Parking pad was level and constructed of pea stone. There is a walking path around the perimeter of the park and was a good way to exercise our dog. We would stay here again.
This campground is clean, neat and the staff is very accommodating. The bathrooms are exceptional. BUT this is the noisiest campground that we have stayed at in over 2 years on the road. The campground is within 75 feet of the pavement of the highway and there were heavy trucks and cars going all night. Since the campground is in a good location for overnight stops, it becomes an attractive location until one stops for the night and realizes that sleep is next to impossible. The Walmart across the street or Flying J next door would have been quieter. The management could offer turn-down service with a mint on the pillow, and we still wouldn't stay here again.
Fort Stevens is a wonderful place to stay and enjoy biking, walking and relaxing. The scenery is amazing. The staff was friendly. The sites were all wooded and gave enough room so as not to feel crowded. Since there are 100's of sites, there are a lot of people, but it did not seem crowded. The only drawback to the large number of sites was that the bathrooms were both too small and too far apart to accommodate that large number of people, especially since many were tent campers. We would stay here again and enjoy the great Oregon coast.
A clean, quiet campground away from the hustle and bustle of the town. The sites are large and all are pull-through. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The lady at the desk, a temporary filling in for the owner's wife, is excellent and made our stay enjoyable. The drawbacks are that there is a smell of septic in two areas in the campground and one of the dryers does not heat well. Everything else was fine and we would stay here again.
A beautiful beach setting. It was a short walk to the beach where we could walk and the dog enjoyed a good run. The ocean could be heard and lulled us to sleep every night. An excellent location and a quiet park. The owners are on site and very friendly. It's very clean, no problems with dog messes as previously noted. We would definitely stay again.
This campground is not a bad value for the money. It is very handy to City Center Portland and has a good public transportation system. The park is noisy from the sounds of boats, trains and planes. Bring some ear plugs for nightime sleeping and you will be fine. It is hard to find a good place to walk the dog, but we found an industrial area down the main road, past the park. We found everything clean and well maintained and would camp here again.
Eagle Tree was clean, well kept and had easy access to both Poulsbo and the Bainbridge Ferry to Seattle. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. We had a site (33) on the side of the campground, which was more private, but the sites were very close together on a small area of land. Bathrooms and laundry were clean and up to date. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is in a great location, but need a total make over. It has poor but friendly management. The sites are very tight and way over-priced. The town of Peachland is a gem, but needs a much better campground.