This is a good, convenient campground for an overnight stop. The sites are either paved or crushed rock. They have "commuter" spots for arrivals after 6 P.M., which are at a reduced rate. Wi-Fi was slow, but the restrooms and showers were new and clean. There are no continental breakfasts after the "snow birds" leave. We wanted to use the spa, and requested that the heat be turned on. When we came back a half hour later, it was still cold. That was a disappointment . If we are coming north, we would stay here again.
This is a wonderful park, so close to Baltimore. The sites have plenty of space and some privacy. We camped in the electric loop #412, and it was level and placed on compacted soil. The bathrooms and showers were well kept and comfortable. It would be certainly more convenient to have water at each site. If you want to have a campfire, you must buy wood there. We heard that they stick closely to their check-in time of 3 P.M. We would stay here again.
We found camping heaven at George L. Smith State Park. Most of the wonderful sites were within feet of the lake. The sites were level and on compacted sandy soil. All facilities - hiking, boating, bathrooms, showers, laundry - were well maintained. The hosts were out every day taking care of the campground. There was ice and wood for sale, and a variety of boats to rent. The cypress trees growing in the lake and the bird population were extraordinary. This is a gem, and we plan to return.
This review may be influenced by the fact that it rained every day we were on Jekyll Island. We were totally underwhelmed by this campground. The sites were one on top of the other, the roads were sandy soil and dead leaves. The bathrooms and showers were moderately clean but ancient. Some of the washers and dryers worked. The Wi-Fi did work. There's no place to walk a dog. It seems that the State of Georgia has made no improvements here since it purchased the Island. But they are the only show in town. We would not return.
Friendly and helpful welcome staff. Because they were so booked, we changed our site once during our stay. Spacious and wooded sites offering privacy. Wonderful path leading down to a beautiful and uncrowded beach with soft white sand. Modern and clean shower room, bathroom and laundry. Don't buy firewood here, our wood was non-flammable. We would plan to return in the future.
This park is doing a great job for the public. The welcoming staff was friendly and helpful. Our site was spacious and also afforded some privacy. The Lagoon is beautiful, and the park supplies all kinds of boats and life jackets for rent. They even offer binoculars on loan for bird watching. The showers and restrooms were modern, clean, and comfortable. There is an observation tower from which you can see the Lagoon and Pensacola Bay. We would return here if we were in the area.
We were so excited about coming here until we went to check in. The park employee assisting us acted like we were bothering her, told us all the things we couldn't do, and was unfazed when we discovered that the site assigned to us was too small to hold our 17 foot Casita and our car. She suggested we park our car nearby, even after we told her that many of our supplies are kept in our car. With that said, the Fort and museum were astounding, the beach was to die for, and the birds and wildlife were amazing. Loop A is the recommended area. We will return and stay there.
From the first welcoming words and friendliness at the entrance gate, we knew we were in a good place. The sites were roomy and comfortable, and our site was right on the water. The sunset with the lights of Mobile across the water was awesome. The new restrooms and showers were wonderful, and the laundry was clean and well stocked with machines. We would most certainly return.
Prepare your eyes for a feast. The bluest of blue skies and wind sculpted red rock in formations that continuously surprise. Seriously, this is a must stop and must see. Our rate reflects dry camping with a water spigot nearby. Sites with electric and water are $30. There is pump out and water fill at campground entrance. We dry camped in the Arch Rock campground, which offers vastly more seclusion and privacy. Site numbers that are the best in this campground are #15 - 29, which is a spur off the main loop. Arrive early in the day, this area is very popular. We plan to return
The sites were wide enough, with shrubbery dividing each site. We stayed in the older section, which had more landscaping. The newer area might be better for big rigs. The rate reflects the fact that we agreed to take a tour from the marketing department. So it was $45 for the first night, and then 3 nights for free. The tour was very low key. The area we stayed in was old and needed updating. The concrete pad at our site was broken and crumbling. The pool, showers, and bathrooms were also old. Some residents volunteer throughout the facility, and did not have a customer service attitude. Won't return.
This is an inner-city RV park. There is some grass and some shade trees. There were other parts of the park that seemed nicer; we were near the front. The sites are paved, but ours was not level. The park is old but maintained. The bathroom and shower were old and uninviting. There seemed to be leaking around the toilet. The reception person was kind and welcoming. We would not return here unless we had to be in Fresno.
The staff was very welcoming and friendly. The site surface is gravel and fairly level. There are many long term residents, but they were not a problem. The sites are just wide enough for your rig and an old picnic table. The pool was not open. The WiFi was very slow. There are some trees. The bathrooms and showers were old but clean. It is an easy commute to Healdsburg.
We stayed here while visiting Point Reyes National Seashore. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. The sites were roomy, with grass and some trees. When we were there, it had been raining for a few days and the sites were a bit muddy. The check-in personnel were helpful and friendly. The bathrooms and showers were clean. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
This campground is all about location. It is literally right on the beach. The sites are on sand, not level, they have a picnic table and fire ring. The bathrooms are fairly new and clean. If you want a shower, you have to go about five miles to the Bodega Dunes campground. Big rigs would have some problems getting into some of the sites. Our rate reflects a senior citizen discount. Site number 8 is the best of the best. We love this place and will continue to return whenever we can get a reservation.
This park is convenient to the ferry to San Francisco. Sites were level, but very close together. They were separated by a railroad tie. The staff was nice, but oh, so many rules. The showers were clean and worked well, but the shower area looked like what I think a prison shower area would look like. All in all, a just about decent place to stay, but certainly not worth the rate we paid. We would not choose to stay here again.
Talk about RV heaven! This exquisite park overlooks a 3.5 mile beach. We had site 42, and we looked over an amazing cove. There is easy access to the beach from the campground. The whole park is immaculately kept. Can't wait to return..
If you want to go into the city, this park might work. However the sites and roads around them are tight. We stayed in the area for 18' and under. The showers had no hot water, which I found out too late. The grounds were ill-kept, with few or no shade trees for the sites. The walk from our site to the restrooms was full of holes, perhaps made by animals. The place for the RVs was paved, but all else was mud or earth. In all, a disappointment. We would not return.