Would have rated a 10 if the entrance were better suited to big rigs (ours is 40'). Pads are hard gravel. There are 2 sewer access points at each site. Water pressure and electricity are reliable. Water spigot is at front of site, so long hose is required. There is only 1 road in and out and this 2 way road is very narrow and curvy. A big rig requires both lanes to maneuver. Dakota county needs to entirely revamp the entrance/exit for safety reasons. We would return.
Family owned and operated. Owners live on site and are very friendly and helpful. Sites are reasonably level, considering you are in very hilly country near the base of the Porcupine Mountains. Sites are large and are grass on hard packed sand and adequately support the weight of big rigs. Some sites have full services, but most are water and electric. Dump station easily accessible to big rigs. Nice place to stay while going to the Porkies and other scenic places in the area. Our RV is 40' long. We would return.
Generous size sites, with level hard gravel pads. Picnic tables and fire rings. Utilities work well. Benches on the river front where you can watch the ships approaching and leaving the locks. Clean laundromat, but only 3 washers and 3 dryers. One of the washers was out of order our entire stay. Manager says no local repair person for their brand (Speed Queen). Would rate higher if sewer were available and if the laundry were sufficient.
Concrete pads accommodate big rigs. Concrete patios, picnic tables and fire rings. All utilities work well. Sites generous size. Plenty of room for slides. Staff are friendly and helpful. Fishing lake with platforms, so no need for a boat. Sandy swimming beach and bathhouse well maintained. Paved hiking and biking trails. Big rigs must SWING WIDE at the entrance. May need to enter via the exit. Would have rated a 10 except for the tight entrance. Our rig is 40' long.
Rate reflects weekly rate. Sites are level, firm gravel pads with grass surrounding the pad. Park is well manicured & maintained. Would have rated higher if the bathrooms & showers had been closer. It is the equivalent of about a 2 city block walk or drive to the facilities. This is a hidden gem for RV folks exploring the Bay & Leelanau Peninsula areas, for those not looking for an RV park with extensive services. We camped in a 40' motor home.
We paid $42/night, which was reflected in the weekly rate. The park is primarily occupied by seasonals who are here for the access to the Fox River Basin. There is a boat ramp for those with boats. We were in a 40' motor home that requires 13' overhead clearance. The staff had to hold up low slung wires and trim tree branches for us, which they did willingly. Mosquitoes were horrible and prevented us from being outdoors. The sewer system is gray water only and is marginal for that. Pumping service for black tanks is available one time per week. The site we had reserved and paid for in advance was given to a seasonal who arrived ahead of us. You may lose your site if they get a better deal. That being said, we had a long, solid gravel, level site that accommodated our rig, our towed vehicle, and our motorcycle. This park met our needs for a week visiting family in the area.
It is a small gated parking lot. No frills here however all the services worked well, I felt very secure and the owner is friendly and helpful. For anyone stopping to sight see New Orleans, it is a perfect stop. Right off the I-10, city bus stop right in front and grocery store right down the street. If we come back to New Orleans we will stay here.
Rate reflects 1/2 price camping for senior Golden Age park pass. Sites are large with paved pads. Can be difficult to park a large rig (ours is 40') because roads are very narrow. Beautiful beaches. Would return.
Large sites. Hard packed sand. Easy in-easy out. Very friendly staff. Jekyll is a great place to be with wonderful beaches, lots of history. Rate was for a full month stay. All services, including cable TV worked fine. Would definitely return.
Great little stop-over place about 20 miles from Columbia. We stayed here to visit museums. Be sure to call ahead because it is very small (11 sites) and they may be full. Lots can easily accommodate our 40' motor home. Wide enough to open slides, awnings, etc. Level hard packed sand pads. Clean and neat as a pin. No restrooms or showers. Must be self contained.
Gravel roads and pads. Roads not as smooth as they could be. Staff very friendly and helpful. Services reliable. The road in to the camppground is not well marked. Turn at the traffic light between the Waffle House & McDonalds on a road that says "no outlet". This little road really does go back to the campground. Would stay here again.
This park is a great value under Pass Port America prices. Lots are large & level with easy in & easy out access. Water, electric, sewer, & cable TV all worked very well. The park is immaculate, quiet, and gives a feeling of security. There is no manager on site; however, the owner responds readily on her cell phone. There are no planned activities, so this is not a place I would choose to spend the winter. Location is great for visiting Savannah GA, because it is only 10 miles north with easy access to US 17.
This park is very well groomed. Services are new and in very good condition. Pads are crushed stone, level, and firm base. Managers are friendly and accommodating. Location is convenient to Mammoth Cave and many other attractions. We would definitely return next time we are in the area.