We stay here because we visit relatives in Woodstock, and it is convenient. It is a beautiful campground. LOTS and LOTS of trees. The sites are secluded and quiet. The trees are so dense that it doesn't get light out till an hour after sunrise. At night it is VERY dark. There is no satellite and very sporadic antenna reception. There are only a couple of non reservable sites with sewer but there is a dump. The lake/beach is gorgeous. Reservations on line only.
We always stay here while visiting relatives in the area. It is now a KOA. This means the rates have gone up considerably. They have made a few improvements (laundry room and pavilion) but not enough to warrant the additional cost. Some sites get satellite, some don't. Some are leveler then others. There is a nice pool and they are pet friendly. There is a big open field to exercise your dogs in. The laundry room is clean. We will probably stay here again because it is close to our relatives but before we do we will look for an alternative.
Campground is VERY wooded. There is no satellite reception except maybe in site 87. We were not able to get much off the antenna either. Nice pool. There are a lot of permanent campers. The dump is a hole in the road. The road leaving to the campground is very narrow. I wouldn't want to meet another RV coming the other way.
Rate includes 10% Good Sam discount and $2 a night cable charge. Section 700 sites with cable have trees preventing you from getting a satellite signal although the person checking us in assured us we would be able to get a signal. We moved to section 300 and had no problem. So you can have shade or satellite signal. This camp is close to shopping in town and to the RV museum. They speed bumps in the campground are real killers. They have a nice pool and are pet friendly.
We stay at this park every year when we come back to visit friends. It is the only park in the area but even if it weren't we would stay here. We love it. The sites are large. The hosts are friendly. Satellite and antenna reception are great. There are no showers but the washrooms are clean. There is no sewer but there are 2 dumps. The park is pet friendly. The sites in the shade are in the front of the park where it tends to be more crowded. This park also has equestrian sites and handicap sites. There are trails to walk and the park itself is large and provides plenty of walking area. Our wish is that it had sewer hook up and that you were allowed to stay for more then 2 weeks at a time. During the week the park is not usually crowded but people start coming in for the weekend on Thursday evening and some stay till Monday. There are also quite a few people staying in the primitive tent sites, especially on the weekend.
Great place for adults with no kids. Park is quiet and close to the Dells. It is right across the street from the Walmart. The hosts are friendly. They provided a cookout the night we arrived. We had good satellite reception. The park is pet friendly. This will be the park we use any time we go to the Dells. One word of caution--Beware of the pine tree sap. Our tow car got hit badly the first night we were there. We parked it crosswise in front of our RV after that and managed to avoid a lot of it. We cleaned it off as soon as we saw it but missed a few spots and found them when we got home. Had a hard time getting them off.
This is a family friendly park with lots of seasonal guests. The park is pet friendly. There is a nice pool and a beach(which we didn't see). There is a game room, a playground and miniature golf. There is a nice little store in the office but I was surprised to find it closed at 5 pm, especially since check in wasn't until 3 with an additional fee if you checked in early. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. Wi-Fi is available but only free for 1/2 an hour. After that it is $2 for 24 hours and apparently it doesn't reach all sites. We were given sit L1 which is right outside the office and pool and across from the laundry and game room. It is used for guests just staying over night like we were. It was a nice spot because it was a weekday but I wouldn't touch it on a crowded weekend. There are no discounts to the rate so it is a bit steep for 2 adults just looking for a place to stop for the night but if you were a family who would enjoy all the amenities the park offered it would be reasonable.
This is a nice park with cute decorations. The staff is friendly and helpful. They have free Wi-Fi and cable. We were able to get satellite and antenna TV. The campground is 15 miles from Esconaba (shopping and restaurants. They offer no discounts on their rates and although $36 is a little steep it is par for the area. We would stay there again.
This park was perfect for what we needed. We booked the site for 5 nights--2 we stayed at the park and 3 we left the RV while we visited relatives on the island. With the Passport America rate of $22 we couldn't beat it, and we were able to pay with a credit card. Most campgrounds that accept Passport America want cash. St. Ignace is not crowded. The ferries are 1/4 mile away. We used Sheppler and parked free, but shuttle service is available if you prefer. You could walk it if you weren't bringing luggage. We were unable to pick up satellite service at our site but there were sites where it would have been possible. Antenna reception was spotty. The park is pet friendly. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay there again.
This is a very nice park clean and well kept up. It is close enough to town that it is a just a short drive to whatever you would want to see. We were able to get satellite service with no problem but for some reason could get nothing off the antenna. The camp does provide cable but it is through a cable box that has to be plugged into the back of your TV--not an option for us. Our rate reflects a 10% KOA member discount.
This is a wonderful campground with a friendly staff, clean inviting pool, and a nice little store. The hookups for some of the sites was on the wrong side. No problem, we just pulled in facing the other way. We shared a sewer with our neighbor which is also not a problem. We have family in the area and had visitors several times in the 3 days we were there. It was no problem. The park is dog friendly and we had no difficulty getting satellite and antenna reception.
We did not stay here for a rally or fair. It was a little eerie to stay in a virtually empty fairground. The only others we saw were workers setting up for the fair the following week. The train tracks run right by the fairgrounds. The trains run all night. I like the sound of a train but this was a bit much. The $30 fee was a bit much when all you are getting is a space, no pool or other amenities. We tried it once but wouldn't do it again.
This is a nice park with a clean inviting pool (no visitors allowed in the pool). The staff is friendly and they escort you to your site. Satellite and antenna reception was good. The staff is friendly and the park is dog friendly. The rate we paid reflects a Good Sam discount of 10%.
This park is 7 miles off the main road. There were a lot of road signs and detailed directions on their site. If you don't follow all of these you will probably get lost. Once we got there it was very nice. The roads are black topped. The laundry room was clean and spacious. We had good satellite and antenna reception. There are a lot of seasonal guests but the park is clean and kept up well. We would stay there again. The rate we paid reflects a Good Sam discount of 10%.
We stay at this park every time we head north. The hosts are friendly, helpful and accommodating. The park is well kept up.The pool is clean and refreshing. The laundry is also clean with plenty of room for folding. There are 3 dog walk areas. There are sites that are satellite friendly. There are also shaded sites. There is ample room between sites. The camp is conveniently located right off I 75. It is close to shopping and restaurants in Perry. The only drawback to the park is the gnats but they seem to be all over that part of Georgia, not just at this park. Our rate was a Passport America rate, which has to be paid in cash.
This is a beautiful park, like an oasis in the middle of nowhere. The grass is meticulously maintained. The owners are friendly and the sites are spacious. We were able to get satellite, but limited Wi-Fi. The water pressure was poor and the dump station was on a slant making our fresh water run out while we used it. The electric dropped in the morning and we had to turn on our generator. That said, I think they do the best with what is available. We would recommend staying here.
This park is not what it is advertised to be. Park hosts are indifferent. There is no satellite signal. They say they have cable but it is only 8 channels. They say they have Wi-Fi but it is only accessible at the office & that was closed the day we stayed there. They make a big deal out of their restaurant, but it is very expensive & loaded with mosquitoes. You can't get a glass of water. You have to buy a small bottle for $1.95. They do have fuel which is a big plus in this part of Canada & they are west of the Cassier highway. So if you come that way to Whitehorse you can stay in Watson Lake without having to drive east to the actual town.
This is an immaculate park. The laundry room is the cleanest I have seen. We didn't use the rest rooms or showers but I understand from other campers that they are exceptionally clean also. The sites are spacious. The hostess is very friendly. We were able to get satellite signal & there is WiFi. Lots of long term guests (people working on the roads) but they are in a separate area.
The hosts are very friendly. The sites are decently sized. We are able to get satellite and antenna signal. The park is very pet friendly and there are large open spaces for exercising them. The laundry room was clean.
We love this park. The sites are spacious and open. It is the only park anywhere around the Elgin area. There are no reservations taken and a 14 day maximum stay within a 21 day period. There is no sewer hook up, but there are 2 dump stations. There are restrooms, but no showers. There are 5 equestrian camp sites. Satellite and antenna signal are easily picked up. The campground gets busy starting on Thursday for the weekend, but clears out again on Monday.
This is very quiet park. It is difficult to pick a spot unless you have been to the park before. The sites are very diverse. Some are very long - others short. Some are very shaded and secluded where others have more sun. Some have beautiful views of the lake - others not even though they are listed as water views. We were not able to get satellite or antenna signal from our site, but there were sites I believe you might have been able to. When the sun goes down it is very dark in the park. A gate locks the park from 10:30 pm till 7:00 am. The man that checked us in and the woman who worked with him could use some people skills, but the last day we were there the couple working the check in was very nice.
This park is always our first stop and last stop on any trips we take north. The hosts are friendly, the park is clean. They are pet friendly. The laundry room is all new. The pool is clean and inviting. We can pick up a satellite signal and local channels off the antenna. The only thing keeping it from being a 10 is the gnats, but that is just Georgia and the last time we were at the campground they weren't around.