A nice park that is far enough off the highway to be quiet but still easy to get to. Utilities all worked well, including Wi-Fi and TV cable. Friendly staff and the park and shower/restroom facilities were very clean. There is a small lake and it was fun to watch the ducks and geese. I would stay here again.
This was interesting. I called ahead to make reservations but was told they don't accept them and they are full but they sometimes save one for travelers (they are full with resident oil field workers). So I called the other parks in the area and they said they were also full. So I called back and asked if I could reserve a motel room and if they had no RV spaces I would stay in the motel. That's what I did. When I arrived they had a space available so I took it. When I was hooking up, another lady came by and asked who said I could stay here and I told them the motel. Oh, okay. Not exactly a well run operation.. As far as the park goes, it was fine; all dirt and gravel but clean enough and quiet. Utilities including cable worked fine but no WIFI. Restrooms were Okay but showers had mold on the walls and shower curtains. I'd probably give it a 7 rating but with the reservation/management issues I can only give it a 4. All I can say is good luck but I wouldn't plan on staying in this area.
This is park is old and shows its age but is still a nice one. Sites are mostly shady with gravel or grass slips with one paved site they gave us. It is off the highway about ¼ mile so is quiet. There are many permanents/log term and while most are very old trailers, they are clean and residents respectful. Utilities including WIFI and cable worked well. I looked in on the shower/restroom facilities; they are old but looked clean enough. The owner was friendly and showed us to our spot. So if you want a clean, quiet place to stop for the night and don't need fancy, this is a fine place that I would use again if in the area
We didn't intend to stay here but our truck transmission went out and we were towed here while our truck was getting repaired. They were so gracious and sympathetic to our predicament. They were almost booked full for the Easter weekend but were able to accommodate us with a full hookup site. They were even willing to move our trailer into our site if the tow truck couldn't maneuver inside the park. This is a very clean park and all the utilities and WIFI worked well and they have nice shower/restroom facilities. We were not able to get a cable TV site but we received several stations on the antenna. After the weekend they moved us into a cable site. Since we were delayed getting home for a few days we needed to wash some clothes and they have a nice laundry. While highway & train noise was there it didn't bother us. There are many activities to do; a fishing lake, peddle boats, 2 pools, mini golf, rec. room, and playground and go next door for some great boudin. It is clearly a destination park for many from far and near. $42.50 and they gave us 2 free nights since we stayed the week. A great place to stay but very busy so reservations are recommended.
We spent 2 nights at this beautiful state park. It is across the river from New Orleans. We talked to some folks staying in a park in the city and they said it was so cramped and noisy they were thinking about moving and when we told them how quiet and spacious this park is they were for sure moving. We made use of the ferry from Algiers to N.O. and wandered around the French Quarter for awhile. The park gives you easy directions to the ferry. It costs $2.00 to ride one way (exact change required) and parking is $5.00. An easy way to go to avoid downtown traffic. We didn't use them but there are trolleys, buses, and horse carriages to take you around if you don't want to walk around the French Quarter. We also drove out to the Barataria Preserve which was well worth the visit. You can explore the bayou on your own terms and it's free. A cheap alternative to the pricey swamp tours. Water & electric hookups and WIFI worked well and the shower/restroom facilities were nice but bring an extra towel to stand on to dry off as the floors get wet. No sewer hookup but they have a dump station. No cable either but quite a few channels on the antenna. I would surely recommend this place if you are in the area but you better make reservations.
We stayed 2 nights at this beautiful state park right on Mobile Bay. Some of the sites back right up to the waters edge. Utilities and WIFI worked well and the restroom/shower facilities were clean though an extra towel to stand on after showering is needed to keep your feet dry. No cable but we got several TV stations on the antenna. Saw a couple alligators from the boardwalk and some crab fishermen were catching a few from the pier. Also, beautiful sunsets are a plus. There are geocaches in the park if you partake in that activity. There are some great seafood places a short distance to the west on the causeway. We took a day to drive out to Dauphin Island and it was well worth it. We read about the ants and found out you can repel them with borax so we circled our site with it and didn't have any problems. Almost a perfect score if the showers had floor mats or something to keep the floor dry in the changing area. I would surely recommend this place if you are in the area but you better make reservations
This is a fine place to pull off for the night. Yes it is old and not well maintained, more like camping in the woods with hookups. But it has everything you need; quiet, shaded, good utilities including WIFI, but no TV. The friendly lady at the office said we should be able to get 2 or 3 stations on the antenna but I couldn't. The lady led us to our site which is good because the roads are grassed over and not all sites are well marked - you just drive across the grass and pull up beside your utility box. There are long term/permanents in the back but they are clean and quiet. I wouldn't hesitate to stay again if in the area. One bad thing about the place is it's right next to a swamp and I bet the bugs are bad in the summer.
Stayed two nights and this is a beautiful campground. Clean, quiet, great utilities with WIFI and cable. Bathhouse is very nice. Beautiful stately oak trees covered in Spanish moss and lovely azalea bushes blooming. They have a free fishing lake that supposedly has a resident alligator but I didn't see it. Don't think they come much better than this. I'd give it a perfect score except for one thing – the very annoying and numerous speed bumps. Also be aware, traffic on the road is horrible. No noise in the park but if you need to make a left turn out of the park or left into the park, it may take awhile. Also should note there is a very nice seafood place about .9 miles to the south (right). Doesn't look like much being an old gas station but it's very good and plenty of food that we ate on for three days.
We stayed here 4 years ago and liked it enough to stay again on this trip. Sites are level, utilities including cable and WIFI worked well, park including restrooms/showers are nice and clean, friendly manager. Highway noise is there but didn't disturb my sleep any. You should be aware that the park was full the night we stayed and was mid week so I would suggest advanced reservations be made. I would stay again
This is a nice park. A dozen or so sites, some pull through and some back-in sites, all very level. Some of the back-ins have concrete patios. Utilities (water, electric, sewer) work well. No cable but another camper was able to get several stations on the antenna but I couldn't. I'll admit, I'm a TV addict and missed it here but we listened to the radio and played board games. Maybe he has a better booster. I saw a WIFI signal but couldn't crack the code. Surprisingly quiet being close to the highway. I think the buildings out front dampen the sound. A great overnight spot with friendly owners. If you are into geocaching, there is one across the road. I would stay again. I rated 7/10 only because of the lack of amenities.
A nice park with friendly owner. A couple miles off the highway so it's very quiet. It is clean and well graveled and even though they had heavy rain the day before we arrived, mud wasn't an issue. Utilities worked well including WIFI. No cable and while they list several channels available on the antenna, I could only get two. Showers are just a cinder block style that are clean but floor gets wet and I'm glad I brought my own bathmat. Some sites are a little unlevel but I did fine with my 25 foot trailer. If you have a big rig make sure you get into one of the larger, more level sites. They also have a free catch and release fishing pond but it was too cold and rainy for me to try my luck. Like geocaching? There is one just outside the park. I would stay again.
Nice state park. A little off the beaten path but worth the drive about 4 miles off the interstate. Very clean and quiet and beautiful surroundings. Didn't tour the cave but sounds interesting. Good water and electric hookups; no sewer but a dump station is available. Showers and restroom facilities available but the showers are just pool showers; concrete floors and minimal privacy. Weekend reservations (Friday & Saturday) require a 2 night minimum stay. There are several geocaches here if you enjoy that sport. Would stay again.
Stayed here so we could visit the Vicksburg Civil War Battlefield Park which I highly recommend. RV park is nice, clean, quiet, concrete pads, easy to get to, and a very friendly manager. Small lawns but no shade to speak of which may be a detriment in the hot summer. They have a free shuttle service to the casino/restaurant which we made use of to partake in the excellent seafood buffet they have on weekends. Great views of the river and some Civil War historical sites across the road from the park. All Utilities including WIFI and cable worked well. Showers and restrooms are in the office building and looked very nice though we didn't use. Would stay again
Very nice park that is far enough off the highway to be quiet but easy to get to. All utilities, including Wi-Fi and cable, worked well although the local CBS station came in better on the batwing antenna. The park was very clean; in fact, even though we are self contained, we made use of their very nice shower facilities. They have a little on-site store with some RV necessities in case you forgot something. There are some permanents but all were clean and quiet. A little pricey compared to others with similar attributes, but I would stay again.
It'll do is how I'd sum up this place; certainly nothing fancy with just gravel and dirt parking but quite a few shade trees. Best part about this park is it's very quiet. RV park is behind an old motel that appears to be used now as low rent apartments but everyone was quiet. showers/ restroom is just one motel room left open for RV visitors to use. Seemed to work out but just didn't feel very clean. Poor TV reception over cable but other utilities including WIFI worked well. Owner was friendly but office reeked of cigarette smoke. Also be aware that this a cash only deal. If you are a geocacher, there are several within easy walking distance. There is a Kmart just a block to the east. If I come through this area again I would probably stay here again as others in town didn't look any better.
As others have said, this is a very nice park. It's all gravel and little by way of shade trees or grass but very clean with nice shower/restroom facilities and friendly staff. Utilities all worked well though WIFI was a little slow. Trains were a little noisier to me than others have indicated but still, I didn't lose any sleep over them. Also, there is a yummy, locally owned bakery across the street and west ½ block. Price was with GS discount. I would definitely stay here again.
Park is clean, shaded with tall pines, and quiet. Friendly manager. No restroom/shower facilities. Nice to have a park with those amenities which is why I knocked a couple points off the rating. But I'm self contained so no biggie. Got several TV channels on the antenna. Lots of perms/long term residents, but all were kept nice and folks I met were friendly. Main reason I chose this park over the KOA a block away was because of the price. KOA wanted $50 with 4 people! No way - even though they had more amenities. There are Geocaches within easy walking distance if you partake in this activity. Also a couple of convenience stores close by. I would definitely stay again.
I thought this was a fine park. Roads and sites are gravel, but everything was clean. Nice shower/restroom facilities. Easy access from I40 but traffic noise barely noticeable at sites back in a bit like ours (might want to request one if noise gets to you). Fun looking at the old cars and trailers. Too bad you can't go inside to check them out, but they rent them so I understand. They have a recreation room with a pool table and some antiques that are fun to check out also. Rate was with GS discount. I would stay again next time through.
Pretty much just scratched out of a rocky hill side. No trees, no shade, no grass-- just all gravel, no shower/restroom facilities (I'm self contained, but it's still nice to have, especially for $30). Noise from I-40 was present, but I can sleep through anything. On the plus side, utilities worked well, manager was friendly enough, and I got a few TV channels on the antenna. Okay I guess if just passing through and needed a spot ,but there are much nicer looking parks (though didn't use) west about 10 miles. Think I'd try one of those next time through.
Nice place. Off the main highway a block, but close to a busy road. Traffic lessens considerably at night, so it is quiet - especially if you ask for a site in the back. Park and shower/restroom facilities were clean and folks were friendly. Most sites had some shade, but no grass. Long terms were clean and quiet and no problem at all. Stayed 2 nights so we could go visit Chaco Canyon. Would stay again if we're out this way. Rate is with GS discount
Nice park, quiet at night, noisy and busy streets during day, easy access and parking with roomy sites, convenience store with cheapest gas in town across street, friendly owners. Showers were clean but hard to find a dry spot to dress on afterwards so bring an extra towel. Stayed 2 nights to visit Little Big Horn. Also visited county museum which was great. Trains not far away but didn't bother us at night. Mosquito sprayer came though one evening which smelled bad for awhile. It's a city thing so the park had little to say about it. Didn't notice any bugs so it must work. Could do better at cleaning off the picnic tables as ours was covered with bird doo. Thankful for plastic table cloth! I didn't notice any of the problems expressed by the previous reviewer. I would stay again if in the area.
Pretty nice park, roomy, easy access and parking, off the highway so it's quiet, very clean and well kept, full hookups work well, a few TV channels on antenna, friendly staff. Park is also mobile home park and lots of permanents and long terms but all were clean and quiet. Not much by way of shade or grass. They are still enlarging park for more mobile homes due to the oil boom. Would stay again if out this way but wouldn't make it my destination.
I liked this park. Yes it is all dirt and gravel so if you need that manicured lawn and pavement it's not for you. Had no problems getting in and leveling. Trains nearby and noisy during day but don't run at night or at least I didn't hear them - it's very quiet at night. Showers were kept very clean but water runs onto entire floor in stall so hard to find a dry spot to dress so bring an extra towel to stand on. Needs some kind of berm to separate the floor so you can keep feet dry. No TV service of any kind. Stayed 2 nights to visit Theodore Roosevelt NP and also the ND Cowboy Hall of Fame which I recommend. Little Mo River right behind park and look up and you see the Theodore Roosevelt NP. Easy walk into town and geocaches nearby if you're into that activity. I would stay again.
It is old but clean enough with nice shade and off the highway so it is quiet. New owners are fixing the place up and are very friendly. Some permanents/long term but well kept. Grocery store within a couple of blocks and easy to walk to if needed. If you don't need the super manicured look this is a fine park for a night or two.
First couple of rows where we stayed are full hookup sites and have great views of the lake and mountains and easy to access and level. Sites back in the woods not so much. Very quiet. A little pricey at $42 with GS discount but less than the KOA. I guess that's the price of staying near a park. Showers are old but clean. A little funky in that you need to get tokens from the office and each token gives you a 6 minute shower. But it worked okay. Woke up to frost in the morning. Gas is expensive here so I suggest filling up in Browning before you get here where it's 30 cents cheaper. I would stay again.
Nice, clean, quiet, lots of shade. Easy access from I-70 but far enough away so no road noise. Managers were friendly. Place was jam packed when we were there as the area was holding an ATV jamboree. But it was still quiet at night. A little pricy but KOA's usually are. Didn't use shower/restroom facilities but they looked well kept. I would stay again.
Park is clean, quiet, nice grass but no shade. Sites were level and easy to park. Easy access from I-80 but far enough off to be quiet. Owner led us to our site and was friendly. Pool was drained for the season. Restroom/showers facilities were clean. I didn't notice the waste water pond previous reviewer mentioned. No TV service of any kind. Fort Bridger is just a few minutes away and worth the visit. I wouldn't hesitate to stay again if it was the right place during a trip through.
Park seemed just fine to me. It's definitely not that manicured look type place so if that's what you want you won't like it. Yes, it's gravel with little shade and there are a lot of long term and permanents but most were clean and I didn't notice any dust. Very quiet at night. Close quarters and a little tight for parking but doable. Showers were well kept. A small play ground for kids and another play park just a block away near museum. Fort Caspar Museum was excellent and an easy walk from park. Nice walking paths along river. Fun to watch the deer and geese here. I would stay again.
Tough to rate. It's right on the harbor and fun to watch ships and boats of all types coming and going. Easy walk to the Canal Park area with shops, restaurants, maritime museum, lakeside boardwalk, beaches,etc. And the lift bridge is quite fascinating to watch. The area takes on a whole new look a night so walk in after dark too. The park however is just a parking lot with hookups. Showers/restroom is a portable thing and not very clean. Cramped quarters and tricky access and parking. Your picnic table looks right at your neighbors sewer. Some TV on the antenna. Owner friendly with tips on what to see and how to get there. I would probably stay again only because of the location, but it's not the nicest park we've used.
This is just a gravel extension of the hotel parking lot where you check in. No shade, no grass just flat open field subject to the howling wind. Noisy agricultural processing plants adjacent. Showers are just the hotel swimming pool showers - no privacy and wet floors. On the plus side, it's large and open for easy access, full hookups available, staff is friendly, the hotel swimming pool is available with kids play things and a small playground, a few TV channels on antenna and it just happened to be the right location for a stop over on our trip so it works for that.
Very nice, well kept, quiet, friendly folks, and sites are not as tight together as some parks. Easy access from highway but far enough off that there is little road noise. Nice little military museum on site. Showers and restrooms were very good. Would definitely recommend.
Nice park, well kept, clean restrooms and showers, nice shade trees and friendly managers. Close to busy road and a little noisy even at night. Trees and shrubs along road help deaden the sound though. Close quarters but still easy access. Would probably stay again if in the area.
Nice small park with very friendly folks. Great activities including ziplines, white water rafting, kayak float trips or you can bring your own tubes and float the river. Stayed for 4 days with small group and took it all in. Also geocaches nearby if interested. Highway noise is sometimes bothersome but much reduced at night.
Very nice park with lawn and shade trees. A few miles off of I-84 but that makes it a nice quiet stay. Easy walk to town for groceries if needed and to visit Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument visitor center. Very friendly and helpful owners. Nice showers and restroom facilities. Several TV channels with antenna. Would stay again.
Very nice park, friendly owners, lots of shade, Provo River walking trail nearby as well as Utah Lake access. Didn't have a problem with mosquitoes when we were there until late evening. Nearby geocaches if interested. Only problem was highway construction on I-15 made getting to the park a challenge. I think this one is much nicer than the nearby KOA we stayed at before. Would stay again.
Nice wooded park, friendly and helpful managers, easy walk to the lake shore and walking/biking trails. No mosquito problem when we were there in September. Views of the lake through the trees from our site. Large rigs may have some trouble with tree limbs. I thought the shower and restroom facilities were quite nice. Would stay again.
This park is set up for crabbers and fishermen with cleaning stations, marina and boat launches at the park or nearby. It's pretty much a parking lot with RV hookups and close quarters but good for serving the fishing public. Owners are nice and helpful. Pets are allowed but must be walked outside the park to do their duty. Nice little fish markets and cafes nearby and geocaches if your into that. I would stay again if fishing in the area. More scenic parks nearby if you are just vacationing.
Beautiful, quiet state park within walking distance of the beach and several walking trails throughout area. Very nice restrooms and showers. Water and electric - no sewer but a dump station at the entrance. Seemed to nearly fill up so I suggest reservations($8 fee). Some sites not suitable for big rigs so ask about the right site for you. Received some over the air TV channels. If you like geocaching, there are several nearby caches. I would stay again.
Best thing about this park is quiet which is why we chose it. Other parks are too close to busy highway and train tracks. There are about 40 sites with water hookups but no electric. Showers and bathrooms are old and run down but I suppose clean enough - they were cleaned daily. Best for smaller rigs but there are a few that can accommodate larger rigs. Pads are small but some are open enough that you can hang over the pad if needed. There was a 40 footer when we were there. Beautiful Hood River runs through it. There is a geocache at the park if you participate in geocaching. Also picked fresh wild blackberries while there. We stayed 4 days and I would stay again.
Quiet, off the main highway and clean. Access road is busy during day but quiet at night. Sites have room for large rigs. Price was with GS discount. Only drawback is no shade and it was hot when we were there. Thankful for a/c! Hosts were friendly and informative about things to do in area. If you are into geocaching, there are caches within walking distance. I would stay again.
Nice, clean, quiet; close enough to interstate 84 for easy access but far enough away to be quiet. Nice garden where you can enjoy fresh produce from. Restroom/shower facilities very clean. Easy sites for large rigs. Got a few TV channels with antenna. If you are into geocaching, there is a cache nearby.
We have stayed here in the past and liked it so stayed again. Beautiful park, easy walk to lake with amazing sunsets and other water activities. Highway noise is there but not overwhelming normally. This night however, there was highway construction all night into early morning and noise was terrible. The park has a lot going for it but I think next time I'm in the area I'll look for something more quiet. If you are into geochaching, there are a number of caches nearby.