Wonderful NY State Park with well laid out sites. We chose non-electric because of our solar set up and the site backed up to Lake Ontario with night lights of Toronto across the way. Friendly, helpful staff and volunteers. Large sites with grass, clean bathhouse and laundry room. Close to Niagara Falls and easy cross over to Canada. Great trails and biking in park. Fills on weekends, but many walk in sites available thru the week. We will definitely be back to this lovely park!
Gallatin National Forest campground south of Livingston off Hwy 89. Narrow winding paved road to campground and easy to navigate with truck and 22 ft. trailer. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful with local knowledge. Trailhead to beautiful waterfall with easy hike right from campground. Free flowing Pine Creek behind many sites to listen to under the clear mountain stars. Wonderful dry camping site to explore the area and within 2 hours of Yellowstone National Park. A hidden gem! Deer wandering through camp and owls hooting at night, wonderful!
Wonderful State Park with spacious sites, wooded areas, hikes, yurts, cabins and the view from the top of canyon is fabulous. We stayed in West Rim which is more secluded and not near trails. Sites are level and space between each other. Scenic drive into park, easy to navigate roads and easy back in to sites. Bathhouses clean.
State Park with some sites on the river. Depends on the generating schedule from Dam for level of rushing water or trickle. Sites very close together on river side. In July, make reservations as it was packed. Trout Dock has fishing license and sundries. Mountain Bike trail needs to be maintained, fallen logs blocking path. Shady river sites are the choice to make in summer, and there is a delightful cool breeze in evenings coming off the water. Only one dumpster for entire park which was very odoriferous. There are also Rent a RV and Rent a Tent sites dispersed through park. Would return, but choose an off season time. Very crowded in July.
Hidden jewel located near Mount Magazine State Park which is highest point in Arkansas. Located on Blue Mountain Lake between two National Forests and a very scenic drive. Easy to navigate, swim beach, fishing, boating, and spacious sites. Clean city water. Verizon service excellent. Check in staff was helpful and friendly. Shady sites with covered picnic tables, asphalt pads, and lots of room between sites. We were in non-reservable area and had plenty to choose from on a mid-week July day. Fabulous COE park, well maintained, and a secret worth sharing!
Little Mattie is one of 3 campgrounds on the western end of the Reudi Reservoir along the Frying Pan River. There are no hookups at these campsites.Water is available at Mollie B campsite. This is dry camping at its best; sites are nestled in the aspen groves at the base of rock outcroppings and well worth the drive around the bend beyond the other two campgrounds. Vault toilets are the only amenity and well kept and cleaned. Space between each site provides privacy and our favorite was site 16. Big rigs could not fit in here. You can run your generator for power. Drawback to this campground is that it is run by a company in California, not the Forest Service. There is an extra $7 fee to use the dump station and the camp host has to be there to unlock it. Overall, a wonderful place to camp while enjoying the fantastic fishing on the Pan River and the charming town of Basalt.
Large state park with multiple campgrounds, yet only 15 electric sites. Community water spigots, no water hookups. Clean restrooms, but locked at night after 9pm. Vault toilets are available through the night. Beautiful canyon hike with well maintained trails along the rim and into canyon. Abundant cows wandering and piles to avoid. Lake was down due to drought but boaters and campers along the waters edge on weekend. Main gate is also locked at 9 pm, but a call to ranger station will allow late entry. Rate reflects Annual Pass.
Wonderful friendly owners and staff. Cleanest bathhouse we've seen, great laundry room, and private showers. Set in a cove with terraced sites, and very level. The outside sites are next to a meandering stream. They have cabins and tent sites also. Limited phone service with Verizon, and WiFi is available. The Hideaway is a Hidden Gem situated between Asheville and Black Mountain. Tip: if you want a delicious Breakfast, try Louise's Kitchen in Black Mountain.
If you like being in your neighbors porch and hearing every word they say, this is the place for you. Typical KOA layout with no privacy and many fulltime residents. Dogs barking, children screaming, football games playing on outdoor TV; are you getting the picture? We stayed on a stopover through Chattanooga and because of leaf season there was limited availability in the area. Would not stay again.
Senior discount rate. Spacious campground with plenty of private sites. Overlooking Lake Lanier with beautiful sunsets. Clean bathhouse, good showers. Deer roaming freely throughout park. Firewood available at checkin. Staff was helpful and friendly. Very popular park at a holidays and during summer. Level sites, some pull throughs available. Day use beach area crowded on weekends. Stayed in site 26 on point with great views.
Camped in the electric hookup area and there are only 7 available. Vault toilets nearby that had not been maintained. Water spigot was locked due to recent main break but ranger came by to unlock during the day. Wonderful scenery, great hikes and bike trails. Nearby Santa Fe was a bonus for day trips. Busy road up to park created noise during the day. Dump station available but also locked, rangers friendly and unlocked for us. Visitor Center empty, no trail maps, etc. No phone service on Verizon but got signal up at Aspen Vista parking and down the mountain near Santa Fe.
Sites are level, gravel, with picnic table covered. Situated at base of majestic mountains with trails and rocks to be collected. Windy at night, but that's expected. Great views from site of valley below. While here, a MUST see is Adobe Deli http://adobedeli.com/..a hidden gem of a spot, off the beaten track with great food and eclectic decor. Rockhound is a quiet campground, terraced sites and a great stopover enroute to Silver City area. Stop at Visitor Center for local info and be sure to enjoy the stone labyrinth and desert garden area. Rate reflects the NM access pass, so only $4 for electric.
Nice state park near Pensacola and Perdido Key. Check in was easy; we were able to drive through to pick our site. Fairly level sites, close together with scrub brush vegetation between them. Great hikes nearby, access to lagoon and ocean near, lots of area restaurants and shopping in Pensacola. Bathhouses were older, but were cleaned daily.
Fabulous state park with great fishing, beautiful river access, wooded sites. Stayed in Fern Loop, on the river. Spacious sites, stone fire ring, very level site, concrete picnic table. Raccoons were a nuisance; garbage cans need lids. Bathhouse was cleaned daily with a quick mop, but mirrors, sinks, shower rooms were dirty. Park rangers very knowledgeable, check in staff was friendly and helpful with local knowledge. Dump station at Fern needs updating and garbage can nearby for dumping gloves, etc. Overall, a hidden jewel park in southeast corner of Oklahoma!
Pricey for the amenities offered. Site not level, no shade, bathrooms were scary; not clean and did not want to use showers. Nice enough for a corp park. Roads in good shape. Didn't like that we had to be in the gate by 10pm. Locked out with no code to open. Beautiful lake, but couldn't enjoy because of high winds while we were there. We would return for an overnight while passing through.
Beautiful "Old Florida" campground with great location on peninsula, not close to big city, which we love. Easy biking and hiking trails, walk to bay side or the Gulf. Lots of shells on beach, try the Wilderness Trail on north side past campgrounds for a hike. Nuisance: large pesky raccoons visited our site each night, bird droppings from purple berries in palm trees make a mess of the camper. We will visit again and try for a Gulf side site. And we were in Shady Pine Loop so plenty of vegetation between sites for privacy. Clean bathhouse kept very clean and showers were great. Rangers very knowledgable about area, and knew how to navigate the Reserve America site to adjust our length of stay.
Pricey! Typical RV park with many amenities, bordered by river and beach. There was a fishing dock, bike friendly paths, clean restrooms, but no soap in dispensers.. It is very popular with full time RV set ups. There were lots of cats running around,and the inside sites aren't very private. Our only complaint is the price. Nearby state park rate is less, and although there were full hook ups, this place is still not worth $70 a night.
Great campground for a few days. Clean well maintained bathhouses, showers. No phone service and very little WiFi only at check in area. Many boating activities in the swamp available, we took the tour, rented a motor boat, rented a canoe, and took the sunset canoe float. Saw lots of gators, great birding, and turtles even though it was winter. Fishing from boat basin and in swamp, caught blue gill. Bugs can be annoying at dusk and dawn. Very level sites, sandy soil with undergrowth between sites, so private, especially in top loop when open. Rate reflects 'Winter Getaway' prices for Ga State Parks. Stock up provisions before you go into park as nearest stores are an hour away. Bike riding easy within park, very flat and long stretches of road.
Secluded sites nestled in trees with easy pull through access. Discounted off season rate. Beautiful lake with easy fishing from banks. Historic old fort. Great mountain bike trails, and hiking trails well marked. Friendly helpful hosts and ranger staff. Well paved roads, very clean bathrooms, showers, heated, and laundry. Close to quaint town with shopping and restaurants.
Spacious sites, not very private, beautiful lake front site. Fished from the bank and caught mostly bass. Comfort station was very clean, showers roomy. Paved roads into loop need some work; potholes and cracked. Prices were bit high for state park with water and electric only. Check in staff at marina was helpful and friendly, but returned next day for propane tank filling and encountered a surly staff member who was not friendly, didn't want to help with bait, and overcharged for campsite. Darn Alabama ants invaded our camper by third day of stay! Stayed in Clark Loop.