We stayed here 2 nights on our way to central Florida, and have stayed here within the past year. The park has nicely landscaped paved sites and excellent utility hookups. Restrooms, showers, office facilities, dog run - all are first rate. Our only complaint was we do wish that "newly paved" sites meant level sites! Each time, we have had to use numerous leveling blocks to get our motorhome properly situated. The park is located across Hwy 98 from a lovely 2-3 mile stretch of beach. We would certainly stay here again.
This park was formerly a KOA. It is conveniently located to the south side of Birmingham on I-65. The landscaping in the park is appealing. Restrooms are clean and are somewhat updated. The park's biggest detraction, as noted by other reviewers, is the need for repaving of interior roads and providing level sites. Also, utility posts need updating. It rained heavily the night we camped there and we had considerable problem with electrical outages. The emergency staff responded to our call but could not perform a repair of this nature. We would stay here again.
This park is easily accessible from I-55. Sites are all pull-through with nice quality utilities. Several workers have their campers in the rear row, but all is quiet and well-maintained. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Office and bath/laundry area are clean; showers and bath could stand an upgrade to newer fixtures and tile. Dog walking is easily available. A free shuttle is available to Lambert's famous restaurant 2 miles away and is summoned by the office at any time. This is a basic but comfortable overnight stop. We have stayed here 3 times in the past year and will stay again when traveling on I-55.
We stayed here for 10 days in February. This RV park has comfortable sites, though not all are level and even. They are preserving the natural trees and shade in doing so. Sites are laid out in a different numbering fashion - a bit confusing to a first-time visitor. Security gate and pass code is a welcome item. Improvements are being made (new entrance area, directional arrows and signs repainted) since last year. Nice covered pool, community room, and many scheduled activities, including groups who meet to go biking, fishing, or kayaking.
We stayed here 3 nights while visiting family in the Eglin AFB area - also stayed 3 nights in Feb. The sites are flat, all pull-through, and spaced with plenty of room for turns. The campground is right off I-10, so there is some road noise, but that also makes it convenient. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The campground features a free continental breakfast for overnight guests and has a few social activities scheduled as well. We have stayed here 5 times in the last year or so and would certainly stay again.
This park is easy to find from I-12. It has shaded sites and a nice-sized dog run. The one negative item is the condition of their interior roads. Most are in need of resurfacing. Our site was not exceedingly wide but we were assisted in parking by a KOA employee. The campground is close to area restaurants. We would stay here again.
This RV park is about 10 miles west of the main attractions at Galveston Island. It has been expanded within the last 6 months from about 55 sites to the 112 listed. All are concrete pads with new utility towers. There is a duck pond and miniature golf (extra fee) on site. Park owners have occasional meal functions (BBQ, breakfasts). Dog run was small but adequate. The park is across the street from public beach access. Staff was very helpful with area information. We would stay here again.
This is a large park with boardwalk access to the beach and gulf. It has paved roads and sites. One needs to unhook a tow vehicle before going to the site due to turns in the park. The office is well-equipped and staff was pleasant. There is an activity schedule for winter Texans and some meals are served in the common hall. Dogs can be walked throughout the park and are welcome on the beach if leashed. There is a large dog run also. We would definitely stay here again. Discounts are applied if staying a week or longer.
This KOA is handy for doing things in the east Dallas area. It is quite close to I-30. The grounds are comfortable with a small pond. Plenty of area is available to walk dogs. The manager was friendly and offered area restaurant information. We have stayed here before. The restrooms and sites are maintained but could stand upgrading.
This campground is fairly handy off I-540 and Hwy 71. The grounds are pleasant but roads, turns, and site width are narrow and need upgrading. The manager gave us the necessary information but acted more like a salesman reading a script than a host. We were there for an overnight stay on our way south.
This park is affiliated with the Ameristar Casino which is across the street. RV park office has nice waiting area and clean modern restrooms. They had a free shuttle to the casino and offered 2 free buffet dinners at the casino. We used both services and found staff to be courteous, and buffet food was good. Sites are concrete but numerous ones are not level for motorhome placement. We had to move sites for this reason. Nice grassy areas are available to walk dogs. It is handy from I-20 on the western Mississippi border.
This park is handy from I-30 east of Dallas. Sites are level and large. The park had some landscaping, but sites were plain. It has great grassy areas for walking dogs and also a nice small lake for fishing. Several of the camping cabins had decks that faced the lake. Site utilities were older, but worked OK.
This is a clean park and handy from Highway 71. Sites are level and mostly long enough for pull-throughs. Grounds are well kept and nicely landscaped. There are good areas to walk dogs. Wal-Mart and town services are 2-3 miles away. We have stayed here several times and would stay again.
A nice place for an overnight stay, close to I-55. Sites were all pull-throughs. A separate lane was likely reserved for longer-term renters, but all areas were clean and cared for. A handy service was the free van shuttle to Lambert's Cafe in town. We did take the shuttle - had a good meal and a friendly driver.
This is the campground at Walt Disney World. It is located fairly close to Epcot, and all parks and resorts are well-labeled on the Disney Roads grid (purple signs). Sites are asphalt with many tall trees. Each circle of sites has its own bath/shower/laundry building. The campground resort has a pool, beach area, evening camp activities, a large dog run, playground, two restaurants, and a camp store. We utilized the Disney bus transportation and also used our car with its free parking pass at the theme parks. Pet care for days or overnight is 1-2 miles away. The Disney website offers advance online check-in. This speeds up the process at the drive-in gate when arriving. Staff was helpful and courteous. The park is well-maintained in relation to upkeep and security.
This RV park has gravel and sand sites. Utilities were newer but somewhat awkwardly located (sewer far away from other hookups). The whole park has many tall trees for shade. Sites are mostly level and roomy. Sites are numbered with area signs but each one has its number painted on the road at its entrance. The clubhouse had a screened swimming pool and offered activities. There is a key-card front gate for extra security. Late arrivals would have to call gate security to be let in. There was also a picnic and play area and a smaller dog run. The park is away from busy roads, yet 2-3 miles away from most businesses. We stayed here in mid-January and decided to return for 3 more days when heading back north.
This RV park is right off Hwy 98, directly across from a 2-mile stretch of white sand beach. Sites are concrete and have been upgraded with new utilities. Each site is landscaped with palm trees, low plants and bark mulch. There is a small fenced dog run. (Dogs are allowed on this beach stretch, but not in many areas of Florida). Bath, showers, laundry, and game room are well-kept. There is a nice deck with tables by the pool. Staff was pleasant. Several good local restaurants are 2-3 miles away in Carrabelle. We stayed a week in January and came back for another 3 days on our way north.
This campground is located right off I-10. It is well landscaped and spacious. Sites are wide with asphalt roads throughout. There is ample room for dog-walking as well as a fenced dog run. Restrooms were very clean and up-to-date. Staff was very helpful and hard-working. A free continental breakfast is provided each day. If sites were to be paved someday, that would lessen the sand tracked into one's unit. We would stay here again.
This park experienced flooding in the summer of 2011. It is open but they are rebuilding the restroom/shower facilities. The sites were concrete, of good length for pull-throughs, and equipped with new power poles. (Did not use water hookup due to cold weather.) The hotel/casino (where RV park fees are collected) and restaurant are convenient. We would stay here again while en route on I-55.
This state park campground has wide, asphalted sites in a tall pine and oak tree setting. Some sites have additional patio space. Hookups are newer and work well. The bathrooms have been renovated also since our last stay and are tiled and modern. Staff was helpful with site reservation: also called us when a different site was available so we could lengthen our stay. The campground has a connecting trail to the Little Missouri River which is handicap-accessible, and also a nice wide trail connecting to the park's visitor center. We would certainly stay here again.
This park is good for an overnight stay. We haven't found many advertised parks in this area of Texas/Southern Oklahoma along Highway 70 but this one is clean with wide flat sites. There is plenty of walking room for a pet on a leash. The Vernon Wal-Mart is just over the fence. The staff is friendly and we were guided to our site - that doesn't happen too often these days.
Sites are gravel and adequate length pull-throughs. Ours required leveling blocks under the hydraulic jacks to get level. The park is conveniently located from main town roads. Pet fenced areas are small, but helpful.
The biggest problem with this park is the narrow sites. We had less than 4 feet before we were on the neighbor's site. Sites are terraced with about 18 inches of elevation drop between sites. Sites had concrete parking strips for each wheel, but you have to be sure to get parked on those or you won't be level. The staff was helpful. The view of Las Cruces is nice. The park is 4-5 miles from the center of town but is close to I-10 and also on a major road into town.
This is an OK stop for overnight. Gravel sites were level and utilities were OK. Current owners are improving on an old KOA by adding nice entry fence area with Southwest design. Office staff was friendly and helpful.
This was a great campground very close to Lake Powell at the area closest to Glen Canyon Dam Rec Area. The campground has paved roads, concrete slabs with new utility poles, but all other areas are gravel or rock and native landscaping. Utilities are poorly spaced for pull-throughs - our car had to be unhooked and moved in order to hook up utilities on the motorhome. Campground has numerous loop drives terraced up the hill from the lake. Office staff was helpful. Showers(in office building only) cost $2. Bathrooms are in each loop area and are nice. Admission to Glen Canyon National Rec Area ($15) must be paid before entering campground area, but is worth it - especially so if you have a National Parks Pass or Senior Pass. Town of Page is 5 miles away for groceries, gas, restaurants. The dam area and visitor center is very nice. We would stay here again.
This is a pleasant KOA. We stayed 3 nights so we could drive to the national parks in the area. Sites were long enough for a motorhome and attached car. They were wide and level with a nice picnic area. Dog walk areas were separate runs but worked out fine. Staff was very helpful with directions, restaurant suggestions. Grounds were well-maintained. Bathrooms/showers were newly remodeled and very nice - great tile decor and new lighting. We would stay here again.
The Oasis Casino/Motel is closed but the RV sites are being managed by the Casablanca Casino close by (the phone gets rolled over to Casablanca). Sites were hard to get to from the road (had to do a u-turn on a side street), and pull-through sites were too short (45 feet) for a motorhome and tow car. Sites were level asphalt, though narrow, and utility hookup was OK. Dog walk area was minimal. OK for a one-night stop.
This park is conveniently located off Hwy 58. Sites were sufficiently long for pull-through requests and were concrete with a nice picnic area and grass. Dog walk areas were very spacious and included one fenced in area for off-leash activity. Laundry facilities were well-kept. We received the Good Sam discount ($30 price reflects discount). We would definitely stay here again.
The setting of this KOA is very rural - off Highway 1. Entrance signs are very difficult to see as they are "stylized" to fit with the surroundings. Nearest town is 10 miles away. Sites are not very wide when considering units with slide outs and weren't very level. My major complaint is that cell phone service (ours was Verizon) did not work and no one told me that upon checking in. Phones do not work unless you drive 5 miles up Hwy 1. Have to use the phone in the office to make an emergency or necessary call. The buildings are nice, food at the cafe was good (breakfast). The beach area is 1/2 mile away but a pleasant walk.
This is one of the nicest parks I have been to. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park was very nice looking with a lot of grass and trees. The sites were level and paved. The utility posts were well placed and new. The casino was next door and the food was good. The casino gas station handles big rigs towing a car just fine. The RV park has easy on and off interstate access. We would stay here again.
The office staff was nice and helpful. The sites were mostly level but were all gravel. There were a few small trees but no shade. It is a newer park and well designed. There were areas for a dog run but no fenced areas. We were within walking distance of the casinos. We would stay here again.
The staff was nice and helpful. The sites were all gravel and mostly level. The utility posts were new and in good shape. The sites were easy to enter and exit and I was led to my site by one of the office people. There is a small fenced dog run that is all gravel but then the whole state is all gravel. We would stay again.
My friend and I were able to reserve a cabin on the same day we needed it. The manager, was very helpful both on the phone and at the park. We were delighted to stay in a bigger cabin with two rooms and plenty of lighting, two desks (for laptops!), a swing, and a picnic table. The smoke alarm battery needed replacing, and the manager kindly came to take care of it immediately from his home.The bath/shower facility at this park is brand new, all-tiled, and first rate. The office has a nice store. The view overlooking Gardiner and toward Yellowstone is wonderful. We would definitely stay here again!
We stayed in one of the cabins. Lodging was full in many of the surrounding areas so we were glad to get a place. We were close to the extra bathroom but lighting was a problem. Our one light in the cabin burned out and we had no way to get it repaired. We did have a great breakfast in the office/cafe the next morning. Of course the view to the Tetons is beautiful and Grand Teton NP is only 5 miles away. This park has a great location but needs grounds work which looked to be happening. The staff was friendly but one of the clerks was impatient with customers. We would stay here again but hope they keep upgrading.
We stayed one night in a cabin. The managers kindly reserved ours for late arrival and it was very close to both the office and bath/showers, which was great. We enjoyed a pancake breakfast in the morning and visited with several staff members who were very friendly and helpful. The campground is well maintained with roomy RV sites. My husband and I own a motorhome as well, and we would definitely stay here again.
We have stayed here three times. This is a nice park with lots of open area. Wi-Fi worked sometimes but not well. The pool , office, and staff were all very nice. The sites were gravel and level in the area where we stayed. Some sites were severely sloped and not usable for a motorhome.
This RV park provides a handy stopover if traveling on I-80 in Nebraska. Sites were level and of sufficient length for pull-throughs. Although we didn't use them, we checked the bath/shower facilities. They were clean but in need of updating. The manager was friendly on the phone and in person when checking in. He provided extra information about nearby dining, grocery stores, etc.
We stayed here one night en route to south Texas. It is a handy RV park off I-35 but the interstate noise is prominent. The sites are very nice: newer utility posts, all slabs are concrete. Restrooms are nice but key-locked and we had to get a key from the manager after office hours. The directions were confusing and we missed any signs the first time. Nice river path nearby to walk pets.
This RV park is just south of Carthage, MO. We have stayed here before and have found it in good order with friendly management each time. Sites were level, trees are nicely placed. Utilities and cable access were in good condition.
KOA has taken over the RV park area next to Cherokee Casino/Will Rogers Downs horse track east of Claremore. The registration is inside the casino. When we stayed here, there was heavy rain. The sites drained fairly well; they are working to add grass and some landscaping features to the sites and of course those areas were muddy. Utilities at the site were up-to-date. The casino's bar had good sandwiches. This is a convenient RV park for visiting the track or for visiting Claremore: 3 miles away.
This RV park is located right behind a newer Wal-Mart (think the park was there first as it has KOA-style buildings). Signage to find the park from Highways 70/287 was helpful. The sites were not laid out well; the manager led us to our site and it was a good thing: otherwise, it was hard to figure out their numbering. It was handy off the highways that run through Vernon, and there was a good catfish/BBQ restaurant within 2 miles.
This was a good RV park for an overnight stay. It is close to the Eastern New Mexico Fairgrounds (happening while we were here, but we were able to get a site). Manager was friendly and helpful. The pull-through site was long enough to keep our tow car attached. The fenced-in area for pets was very small but there were other areas to use for pet-walking.
This RV park is located within the city of Las Cruces, not far from highway 70. The park's street sign is hard to read from the road. The access roads within the park were very wide. All sites were long and level. Many sites had grassy areas or concrete patios. All utilities were new. The owner lives in the park and is very conscientious about its upkeep. (The gravel was leveled daily while we were there). They keep 20 sites available for overnight RVers; other sites are long-term. Extra shrubbery and trees made this a nice park to stay for several nights. We might consider it as a long-term winter park.
This KOA is being developed on the same grounds as a new LaQuinta Inn - a Sleep Inn and Denny's were nearby and of the same style architecture. All sites are rock but that's expected in the Southwest. We keep being reminded that what we think of as a level site isn't what's available - flat doesn't mean level for making sure refrigerators, etc. run correctly. The bathrooms and shower stalls were individualized and nice, but rather far from most campsites. We did not notice much road noise, but were right off I-40. They supposedly had 2 dog runs, but the longer of the two wasn't totally fenced. The young man who took my phone reservation and checked me in was less than enthusiastic about his job and was hard to understand.
This is a nice, well laid-out campground with wide asphalt drives and wide turns. The sites are all rock but are firm and graded. The utility posts are well positioned and new. The sites are very wide and include a picnic table. The restrooms and showers are some of the nicest we have ever seen. There are (2) nice fenced dog runs. The management was very nice and helpful. The site was easy to get to off I-40 and not very noisy. If there was a negative it is because the sites are all rock. However since it seldom rains here this is likely the best solution. We would stay here again.
I think this campground has been reopened or recently renovated. All facilities are new at this writing (pool, office, dog run, utilities connections, cabins). The roads and sites are all rock. The sites are not as level as they might be, and some effort is needed to get level. We were in need of a campsite en route to the Grand Canyon, called at 8AM and the manager was very helpful in getting us in early. He also was helpful with information for the town of Williams. The campground is handy if driving on I-40 and you wish to go to the Grand Canyon (50 miles north). They have a nice fenced dog run also.
The owners have worked on upgrades, including new bathhouses, grass in common areas and playgrounds, new fencing, and new utility poles at sites. They have perhaps eliminated some sites to achieve roominess for others, but the site we were in was still a pretty cramped area. It was a very narrow distance between our slide out and the next unit's area. The staff was friendly with directions to highways and area restaurants. They stated that they are doing another year's worth of improvements. This CG is several miles up a canyon road, but the road is good.
This RV park is located across the access road from Marina State Beach. The park has somewhat of a narrow entrance (heed the "wide turn" sign!). Sites are terraced in two wings. Each site has a small patio and has trees/shrubs as privacy efforts. The sites are all back-in with a small amount of space to park a tow vehicle. The staff is friendly. They helped us promptly when we had an electrical problem at our site. They are upgrading the office area and adding a playground area. The park provides very handy access to the many activities available on the Monterey Peninsula. We would return to this park.
This RV park had a fairly pleasant appearance, especially in the front 3 rows, with poured slabs and landscaped plants. All sites could not be considered as true pull-throughs, where one's tow car could stay attached. Signage and access roads were fine. The utilities at the site we were assigned were quite old, on a broken concrete slab. Our slab for the RV was asphalt and somewhat uneven. Full-time RV sites and mobile homes were nearby and pretty careworn. It puzzled us as to why the nicer front sites weren't being assigned. Directions and paperwork for late check-in and payment were complete, but no management person was on site after 5 PM.
This was a very nice park and one of the best KOAs we've experienced. It is well suited to kids and families. The pool, hot tub, and kids' water play area were very nice. Everything was well maintained and clean. The park is done in a western theme. They also have a frisbee golf area. The sites are a bit short for a pull-through. The roads are a bit narrow and drivers need to pay attention to fence rails and other cars/ rv's. Some of the best sites appeared to be the back-in ones with more room for your RV and car. Be sure to turn the right direction when leaving - the road to Mendocino has very few turn-around spots if you meant to head east!
This campground is conveniently located right off Highway 101. It is easy to get into Crescent City from this KOA or go to points north on Highways 101 or 199. The office, restrooms, and showers have been decently maintained. The sites have newer utilities, but are poorly laid out and are very close together. The camper cabins and tent sites get the opposite treatment: they were beautifully located in the midst of a great grove of giant redwoods. There is a nice fenced-in pet area and a playground with equipment.
This campground is conveniently located close to Corvallis and for Oregon State events. It is very close to both a highway and an active train line so those noises are noticeable. The pull-through sites need to be longer; if there had been many more campers using our row of sites, we would have had to unhook the car to have a clear road. On the positive side, restrooms were clean, staff was friendly, and blackberry bushes were abundantly full in September.
This is a large rock parking lot with small common areas beside each RV. The beach is about 500 yards away via a path through the sea grass. The sites are level, large enough for the slideouts and a place to park your car. The staff took us to the site and helped us park. The office staff was pleasant and helped with restaurant suggestions and places to visit. We will likely stay here again.
This is a wonderful campground with a wonderful layout. There are large trees for shade with large open areas for children and pets to play. The campground is monitored and picked up each day by the staff of volunteers. There is access to the river and the Hood Canal. We watched deer and elk walk through the park.
This is a campground for local workers and is mostly full time RV sites. The sites are too short for a 38' RV with a tow car to pull into. The sites are horribly unlevel and so narrow we could hardly open our slideouts. Upkeep is questionable and the owners have not spent any upkeep money since the 70's! However, the staff was helpful and pleasant to work with. We would likely not stay here again.
This is another over-priced, under-maintained KOA. The setting on the Yakima River and the close proximity to I-90 is good. However, the roads are narrow, the branches need to be trimmed and the sites are squeezed together. There is very old signage on each site as well as ancient electric and water pedestals show the age. Extra grounds where pets could be walked (but it wasn't labeled) were really scroungy. I couldn't place a reservation earlier in the day by phone because no one answered (on Labor Day) and once arriving, the office employee was disinterested in making anyone feel welcome.
Sites were clean and mostly level with rock pads. New electric, water and sewer pedestals had been installed. Grounds were well mowed, landscaped and nicely maintained. There were nice areas for walking pets. It is close to I-90 but we did not notice much road noise. The campground is on the same frontage road with a decent restaurant and gas station. Discount coupons were given for both places once registered at the campground. Office staff was helpful in providing directions and provided area literature.
This campground is on the northeast edge of town and easy to find from two highways. The sites are level, poured concrete with an extra patio space. The manager was pleasant and very helpful with side trip information for the area. Pets have a small fenced-in "playground". This campground has its own restaurant which closes after Sept. 1 so we couldn't try it out. This is a first-rate place.
This campground is close to Highway 16, and is composed of regular sites plus additional smaller sites in a separate well-shaded area. Wildlife is nearby: deer and wild turkeys wandered through the campground edges. There is a grass walking path available. Campground is close to Buffalo amenities. Most pull-through sites were fairly level and on gravel pads. This is a well-kept older campground but needs continued modernization.
The park was well maintained, very open and expansive. The park staff was helpful. Most of the sites were reasonably level gravel. The sites are large with a nice view of the Black Hills. Everything is far enough from the roads that only occasional noise is heard. This is a good campground for families, groups, or RVing older couples as they have appropriate spaces for everybody. There is plenty of room to walk dogs or have kids play and ride bikes.
This campground is located close to the Missouri River and to DeSoto Bend Wildlife Refuge. The Bertrand Museum (sunken paddleboat sternwheeler) is at the nearby Visitors Center. Campsites are spacious in a park with many tall cottonwood trees. Campground host was a volunteer and was very friendly and helpful. The Council Bluffs area is 20-25 miles away.
This campground is on the west edge of town, right off the highway, but highway noise is not a problem at night. Cottonwood trees provide shade to some sites. The office, restrooms and showers are in one building: well-maintained and recently painted. Sites are gravel, pull-through and reasonably level. This is our 2nd time to stay here and we would stay here again. There aren't many RV parks in northwest Nebraska!
This used to be a KOA but has dropped membership. It appears to have a few full-time sites but everything is nicely kept. Sites were reasonably level rock. The campground has very nice bathrooms and individual shower rooms. Also has a nice laundry and rec-hall with a large screen TV. It is in a quiet area but not far off the main highway.
Large, level sites border on the east side of Storm Lake. A swimming beach, boat ramp, and dock are part of the campground's amenities. Large cottonwood trees shade some sites. A bike path into town borders the campground. A large city park is on the north side of the campground. We would stay here again.
Howell Station is located at the base of the dam at Lake Red Rock, an Army COE park. The sites are spacious, well-maintained and level. There are nice playground areas, tall trees, and extra grassy parklike areas. The Volksweg Bike Trail runs through the park. Fishing in the tailwaters and river is available from the campground. The town of Pella is 5 miles away. We would definitely stay here again.
Miller Riverview Park is well maintained by the City of Dubuque. All campsites are within 250 feet of the Mississippi River. Tall trees provide shade for many sites. The city bike trail runs along the campground. Dubuque's Greyhound Park (dog racing and casino) is next door. It's also close to Lock and Dam 11 and Eagle Point Park for great river viewing. TV reception is very limited.
This campground is family-run in a rural setting, accessible on paved roads. They serve a roast beef dinner each Fri. and Sat. night and also offer barn dance lessons and other musical events. The campsites are set around a pond. Canoes are available to use. Toilet and shower facilities are available on the main side of the grounds but not the far side. Beautifully framed by the Canadian Rockies and an hour away from Waterton National Park.
The West Glacier KOA is located about 2 miles from the town of West Glacier and the entrance to Glacier National Park. It is easily accessed from Highway 2 and has a paved road access. The campground has very nice office, pool, playground, and outside summer dining facilities. Summer flower arrangements and other landscaping are very attractive. There is a large pet walk area. The campground is framed by tall pines and mountains. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Numerous cottages are available also. Some of the narrower tree-area sites are tight for larger RVS with slide-outs.
The Medora Campground is on the west side of town. Pay attention to the mileage from road intersections or you may drive past it. They have a large over-the-lane sign but not a highway marker for the turn. Sites are dirt and mostly level. The campground is close to the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park's south entrance. The Medora Musical, a nightly western amphitheater performance, is across the road from the campground. Tickets to the musical can be purchased at the campground and they have a shuttle available. Campground staff was helpful.
This campground is part of the Cottonwood Inn on the east side of Glasgow. All sites are level, gravel, pull-through, and well maintained. There is a recently-built shower and restroom building. The motel has a restaurant and small lounge/casino (which wasn't smoky!). The campground was within walking distance of other eating places along Highway 2 in Glasgow. We would stay here again.
It has easy interstate access. It is close to shopping and dining in town. Access to the campground is on a mile long well maintained gravel road. The park is well laid out and well maintained. The staff was helpful both in the office and guiding to campsite. The power posts are new with 30 and 50 amp services. There are a lot of trees that are trimmed. The sites are mostly level and long enough for big rigs- 38 feet with a tow vehicle.
A nice park with long drive off a secondary highway. Follow the directions closely or you will get lost. There is a country atmosphere but next to town. There is little if any road noise. The campground roads are a bit narrow and some trees need to be trimmed. The sites were mostly level with some sites more suited to trailers than motorhomes. The utilities were new and well layed out. The restrooms were very nice with individual rooms containing an bath and shower. There was a nice small swimming pool. The campground has a large recreational hall.
Completely relandscaped in the last three years. Wonderful large level sites with table and fire pits. All sites overlooked the lake. There are three boat docks for fishing. There is a roped swimming area. The campground has a small store where boats, kayaks and pedal boats can be rented. The owners run the store and take you to your site. There are some seasonal sites, all well kept. The restrooms were older but clean. We stayed three days.
This was a quality campground with large solid grassy sites and lots of trees. The campground is nicely cared for. The restrooms and showers were newer and very clean. There are many permanent units but they are well kept and of pleasing appearance. The playground area is equipped with climbing gym, swings, slides and volley ball net. There is a small store and friendly staff. Rainy River Marina is at the campground but not affiliated with it. Several fishing resorts are 2-3 miles away. We were going to spend the night and ended up staying seven days. During the week we had the campground to ourselves. On the weekend the site were all full.
An RV park built in 1976 and never updated. The park is mostly permanent units that are reasonably maintained. The electric disconnects are very old and only 30 amp. The drives are very narrow and hardly adequate for a new motorhome. The curves are tight for any unit. Many sites are level but are grass or rock. The park is adequately maintained. The owner and staff nice. The restrooms and showers are old but clean. There is lake access for swimming and boating. The lake is shallow in this area. We were here on Monday and the park was empty.
We were there on a Sunday and the campground was unoccupied. Most of the sites are permanent but everything was new and well kept. There were mostly newer RV's in the park. The site is not particularly well laid out. The roads are all gravel and hilly. The sites were level and had concrete strips for the wheels and leveling jacks. The new community building was the nicest we have seen in many years. All private showers and restrooms. The owner and attendants took us directly to the site and helped us park.
We were there on a Friday night so the CG was full. The bathrooms & laundry areas were horrible. Many of the water hydrants leaked, and I had to walk through mud to hook up. The camp sites are small and close together. The drives were very narrow. We were located on a drive curve with no safe place to park the tow vehicle. Excellent location to Storm Lake. Storm Lake was beautiful with great biking trails and near to the new water park.