Price reflects Passport America discount. We stayed here overnight and had plenty of room to maneuver. We were put in space #9, at the end of the first row. Not much in the way of amenities and as a previous reviewer stated the hookups are on an elevated island, so we didn't bother with them. Water pressure and power were ok and we didn't have any problem with satellite. Sites seemed to be fairly level. The Wi-Fi was hit and miss. The mosquitos were the size of B-52 bombers. Bug spray containing 7% deet helped. We had a rig a few spaces down from us with 2 medium sized dogs that started howling at about 5:00 in the morning. Otherwise, noise wasn't too bad. Conveniently located right off Highway 10.
This campground is about 4 1/2 miles off of Highway 20. It's dirt and gravel, and big rigs won't have any problems moving easily through the park. We just stayed here overnight on our way to Arizona, but there are many who have been here long term because of work in the area. Quiet time is from 10 pm through 6 am. There's a lovely pond with ducks and if you bring your fishing pole you can fish. The facilities include a workout room and game room. It's pretty smoky in there though. There was Wi-Fi available, but I kept getting kicked off so used AT&T hotspot instead, I had 4 bars. This park was pretty full, mostly long term so I'm sure it was the high volume usage that got me kicked off. Mary couldn't have been nicer at check in! It's dusty and there's plenty of dust, but overall, it was a good nights stay with plenty of quiet time at night for restful sleep.
We stayed here while shopping for a new motorhome at MHSRV also. It's only about 10 minutes away, so if you're shopping it's conveniently located. They have pull through and back in sites. The pull through sites being large enough to accommodate a 40' 5th wheel and long bed truck. The site we were in didn't have much grassy area, and the site itself was mostly Texas clay dirt. It had rained before we got there, so there was quite a bit of mud at our site. A little gravel would help keep the mud out of our RV. The "grassy" area next to our rig was mostly weeds, and more mud. But for a couple of nights it wasn't a bad option. The Wi-Fi worked really well, the people were nice and we didn't have a problem getting our satellite up and running. There are some trees here, but not a lot. There aren't many dining options in Alvarado, we went to Benny Joe's and it wasn't bad. Mansfield has a grocery store and more restaurant options.
Located about an hour south of Louisville this park was conveniently located. Large pull thru sites were no problem for a 40' RV and extended cab dually. Not really geared towards children. Quiet at night. There are restaurants nearby, although I don't recommend the Cracker Barrel there, it was one of the worst I've eaten at. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground is clean with very narrow sites. Their website states that they can handle rigs up to 50', but I doubt it. It's very close to the French Quarter, which was convenient. This is in a not very good area, but they closed the gates at dusk for safety. There's a code for the gate after dark. The price is a little more for big rigs. Their Wi-Fi was adequate. There seemed to be a few long term residents near the back of the property by the train tracks. The trains move slowly, through there so noise wasn't really a problem. The Wi-Fi was really nice. It is a good option if you want to be very near the downtown area and close to attractions. Their rate is far better than a competitors in the French Quarter. We couldn't get our rig and truck in one space, just too narrow. We'll probably stay someplace else next time we find ourselves in NOLA and drive into town.
This campground is huge. Our site was all grass, we had no problems pulling out when we left even though it rained pretty hard while we were there. No real noise problems either. They have sites with trees but it wasn't hot so we didn't care where we were. You are close to so many attractions here that we extended our stay a couple of days. It's very near Amish Acres in Nappanee. You can tour a couple of RV manufacturers, eat and buy an Amish quilt at Essenhaus or just drive the back roads and view the pristine farmhouses. I would stay here again.
I'm not sure where the "Mobile Home" part of this parks name came from, I don't recall seeing many permanent trailers here. This park was quiet, pet friendly and had long pull thru spaces for big rigs. Our 40' 5th wheel and crew cab long bed truck fit in it just fine with room to spare. No problems with WiFi or satellite either. Spaces weren't real wide, but our slides weren't too close to our neighbors. I'd absolutely stay here again.
This isn't technically a campground, but they really go out of their way to make your experience good. This is directly across from the Tiffin Service center and they've created some very serviceable sites for RV's. There are water, sewer and 50 amp service available at their sites. The staff were awesome. It really is a great one stop place. You can get your nails done, your dog groomed, shop at their store, and get a great Philly cheesesteak sandwich all in one place. Your rig will get sparkly clean too if you want. If you're taking your Tiffin product to be serviced and don't have the time or inclination to hang around for a week or more they'll let you leave it there while you explore the countryside in your toad and take it over to the service center right across the street. Give them a try. Choices are limited in this town, but these guys do everything possible to make you happy.
We ended up here after leaving another campground that was awful. They answered the phone after 6:00 pm, waited for us to get here and were very friendly! The sites are large and plenty long for a big rig. Nice grassy areas and fire pits at the sites. No pet run, just an honor system that you'll clean up after your dog. Very clean, a little hard to find. There were few other rigs there when we stayed so it was very quiet. Large shade trees interfered with our satellite signal, but we were just there for the night, so it wasn't too important.
We called ahead to reserve a spot. The woman who answered the phone did not identify the park when she picked up; I had to confirm that I had the right number. She quoted $25 per night and confirmed that they were big rig friendly. I explained that we were pulling a 40' 5th wheel with a long bed 1 ton truck, and that we'd need 50 amp. She said no problem, just to call her when we got closer. When we called back, she told us to leave a check in the drop box and take any spot we wanted. We got there only to find it is NOT big rig friendly, and it was dirty and ill maintained. With quite a bit of maneuvering, we were able to turn around and leave. There are a lot of what looks to be full time and transient residents there. We didn't think we'd stay even if it had comfortably fit our rig as it was a little sketchy looking. There are no pull throughs because of the very low power lines running throughout the park. I would not stay here. It's a dump.