This is a quiet park except for some freeway noise. Nearly all sites are pull through, wide and extra long. Cable service had over 60 channels with an integral program guide, and Wi-Fi was excellent. We had a choice of a shady or open site. The pool was very well maintained, as well as the whole park. We would stay again. The price reflects the KOA member discount.
All sites at this quiet park are wide pull throughs, of varying lengths. The free cable had a wide range of channels, and free Wi-Fi was excellent despite our being on the far end of the park. Owners were very helpful, including opening the pool for us after hours. The only negative was that the pool apparently had not been skimmed recently (or the pump was not filtering well), and we had to skim it ourselves. We stayed overnight only, and received a senior discount, something rarely experienced at an RV park.
This is a mobile home park which has made dozens of sites available for RVs, whether long-term or overnight. The negatives of the park were, no grass, absence of cable TV (except for long-term stays, at own expense) and spotty Wi-Fi. On the positive side, the park was quiet, live-on-site manager was extremely helpful, and the large clean pool has two "adults only" swimming hours each day. Contrary to the 2011 review, our site rate included 50 amp service, non-metered. For the Passport America price (reflected above) it was worth it.
This park was nearly perfect. Quiet, large pull-through sites, shady, excellent free Wi-Fi and cable, clean pool and huge hot tub. The owners/managers gave us the KOA discount plus a 10% military discount. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is in a very peaceful, quiet, and beautiful setting. Staff was friendly and access to our pull-thru site was easy and the site quite ample for our 40' rig. The pool was very nice. We would stay here again.
Beautiful park in a quiet setting, yet near the main highway. Our pull-through site was ample for our 40' rig with towed Jeep, and the pool was very clean. Wi-Fi was excellent. Several long-term campers. We would definitely stay here again.
Clean park with friendly staff. Essentially the campground is a very large parking lot surrounded by large grassy area. Wi-Fi, cable TV, and full hookup were very satisfactory, and pull-through access very easy. The park's primary appeal is price (many discounts available) and proximity to this historic and lovely part of Virginia.
We chose this park because of its proximity to north Philadelphia area. It is worth the price, with good Wi-Fi and full hookup for our 40' big rig. Payment is by cash or check only. The staff was exceptionally helpful. We were given a pad on essentially a paved parking lot, but it was right next to a huge grassy field available for pet walking. We would use this park again when in the area.
A really nice park in a lovely country setting. No pool, but a large clean man-made "pond" for swimming. Easy access to our pull-through site, and excellent cable TV and Wi-Fi as well as satellite access. We picked it because it was the closest RV park in Connecticut to NYC with nice accommodations, and we were not disappointed. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.
A really gorgeous park, very convenient to Boston area sightseeing. Our site (as well as nearly all of them) was very shady, making satellite reception impossible, but the cable TV channels were unusually numerous. Nice pool, friendly staff, excellent Wi-Fi, and very clean throughout the park. A bit pricy, but it was worth it and we will definitely stay here again when in the Boston area.
This park is small but in a beautiful setting. Our pull-through site was grassy, level, and spacious. There is no black-water dumping, but gray water is permitted on the ground. The staff was very helpful. Wi-Fi was good; cell phone service was poor, but is very spotty all throughout this part of Vermont. There are a number of long-term campers here. Access from the northeast or northwest is much easier than from the south, and is worth a few extra miles to get there via US Hwy 2, even if you are coming from the south. We would stay here again.
A beautiful, quiet and spacious park, marred only by lack of 50 amp, sewer hookup, and cable TV. (Although we have a big rig and normally require 50 amp, the day and evening were so cool that 30 amp was sufficient for us.) A portable black-water emptying service (honey wagon) comes by once a day, and was very accommodating to our schedule. Because there are no trees near most of the sites, satellite reception is excellent. Our hard-gravel site was huge and surrounded by lush grass. The park also operates an ice-cream store and putt-putt golf on the premises, which were very nice; campers, however, receive no discount for these amenities. Wi-Fi was excellent. We would stay again.
This park is only 3-4 years old and has recently expanded. Our pull-through site easily accommodated our 40' big rig with towed Jeep, and entrance/exit access was very easy. Exceptionally friendly owners/managers, but they work in town and are only available by cell phone during the day. The only negative was the distance from the freeway (about 7 miles, up a very windy road) although the road was in good condition and accommodated 18-wheelers. Counterbalancing the drive up was the nearby Desoto State Park with gorgeous waterfalls, hiking trails and scenic drive. We would stay here again.
This park is very slummy; many long-term residents in ramshackle travel trailers. The grounds were muddy when we arrived, two days after moderate rains. The owner/manager had told us on the phone that accommodating our big rig was no problem, then when we arrived she directed us into a site where we began sinking in the sand and mud -- even before putting down jacks. We left while we could still get out (we had to rock forward and backward to make it) and will never attempt to stay there again.
The only negative of this large, quiet and clean park was the absence of cable TV. On the positive side, we received nearly 16 local channel by antenna. Most sites are very shady, a real plus in the Texas summer, but only those in the few unshaded sites or who had portable satellite dishes (many did) could receive satellite TV reception. The swimming pool was large and clean, with an adjoining hot tub. There is a game room with regular activities held there. Wi-Fi reception was great at all times, and the staff was exceptionally helpful. We stayed for two weeks and will stay again in the future.
This park has a notably helpful and friendly staff. Contrary to some postings regarding it, they do take advanced reservations (they did so for us). There is no cable TV, but excellent satellite reception throughout this small, but very neat and clean park. The Wi-Fi was satisfactory. We would stay here again.
It is the only REV park in the Rexburg area that offers wide big rig spaces, 50 amp service, and shade with excellent satellite access. We have stayed here several times and the owners and managers are very helpful. The only downsides are the traffic noise from nearby US 20 (common to all Rexburg REV parks), absences of cable TV, and no bathhouse. The Wi-Fi reception was excellent and dependable. Our Passport America rate for a week was only $115 -- a true bargain. We will continue to come back.