This park has an excellent location with plenty to do for all ages. Having a beach, pool, restaurant/pub, marina, playground, dog park area and a pedestrian fishing bridge in one location is rare. The sites were very tight which we expected in the Keys. The staff was very friendly and the park was well maintained. We had a back in site along the mangroves/ water with W/E, and these sites seemed to be the biggest sites in the park. I was surprised at how quiet it was after reading previous reviews. We had no noise issues what so ever. The only things that we could find wrong with this park were that the Wi-Fi was all but non-existent and the cable was so snowy that TV was unwatchable. If they made their sites bigger and fixed the Wi-Fi and cabl, this park would be a 10. I would definitely go back.
We stayed here as an overnight stop. It is very close to I83. We stayed in a water electric only site. They do not have cable but we were able to get a few channels on the antenna. The sites are not level but they are not bad for this area. There are restaurants within walking distance.
Easily accessible from I95. It is a a well maintained park. We rarely give a rating of 10. Very nice pool and hot tub. The sites were level and you can wash your rig. Definitely worth the price. We will stay here again on our way through the area
This campground is about 5 miles from 81. The park was decent. They lead me down a cart path in my 36ft RV to my site that was not even close to level. Price was for Water/Elec no sewer. The staff was not very friendly. One of the most expensive campgrounds I have ever stayed in. It is not worth the price. I have stayed in many nicer places for a lot less money. I would not stop here again.
Stayed here as an overnight stop. The Bridge is still washed out so you have to take the back entrance which is a sharp right turn. A 40ft rig pulling a toad,NO Way will you make that turn. I came in after dark but there is absolutely nothing that stands out about this park. Mostly seasonals. The WiFi is NOT Free you have to set up your own account. The woman at the desk was almost friendly. It is close to 81 and I was given a narrow pull through site. The Site was gravel but level and had a pick nick table. It is not a bad over night stop. But it is a $25 place not a $35 place which is what they charge. I did not see the Pool or the bathrooms.
The Staff was Friendly and very accommodating. The property was very well maintained. They have family oriented entertainment on the weekends and a short nature trail. I found it to be one of the few KOA's that was worth the price. The park roads are sand but smooth. WiFi is Tengo Net but free to campers. Also there is really nowhere else to camp in Wilmington. Because of traffic on 17br it is very difficult to make a left turn into or out of the Campground. On Arrival take exit 416 off of RTE 40 to 17 turn right at 17br Upon exit make a right and take Gordon Rd back to 40 Rate was for a full hook up pull through site with KOA Kamper discount.
This is a very nice park. Clean and laid out well. There are some seasonal sites but they are clean and not junky. The staff was very friendly and the pool is very nice. We had a water front site and it was paved and had a table and fire ring. We had a pull in site which gave us a nice view of the water through the windshield. The Wi-Fi was inconsistent. It worked well sometimes and others it did not work at all. It has pretty views from the site. The campground has a marina which was ok. We tow a boat with us. Next time I will not pay the $40 / night slip rental and moor the boat in front of our site. We would definitely go back!
This park is a parking lot on the Mohawk River, although what little grounds they have were very well cared for. It is owned by the Town of Ilion. There is a small marina there also and boat slips were $15 a night. Most of the sites are seasonal but they keep a few for transients. There is a cafe on the premises. There is 50 amp service, water, sewer, cable TV and WiFi. It is within walking distance of town so you can pick up supplies. Some very nice boats that were traveling through the canal system, overnighted at the marina and that was interesting. It is easy to get to from the NY Thru-way. There are train tracks near by and we did hear them often. For what it is, it is very nice. A nice stop over or bring a boat and go fishing on the river for a weekend.
This park is a State Park on the Great Saccandaga lake. It is an old State Park. The Sites are Large with plenty of shade. I do not believe that there are electric or water hook ups anywhere in the park. There is a dump station. There is a boat launch. There is a beach. They rent canoe's and Kayaks at this park. This is a very popular Campground. Reservations must be made through Reserve America. Book early, (9 months) if you want a water front site. Activities at this park revolve around the lake. The biggest problem with this park is the lack of shower facilities. There are only showers on one loop in the park. We were there this past weekend and they are building more. The bathrooms are fine if you are used to state parks. If you are used to RV Resorts you may find them lacking in amenities. We dry camp here and bring the boat and love it.
This park was a little hard to find as the Park Sign is Faded and the entrance is sort of hidden. The 30 amp electric and the sewer for our site were on opposite sides of the site. We towed our boat and were told that every site has a dock. There were only Three docks and they were first come first serve. They could use to put out more docks. The Staff was friendly and the bathrooms were clean. The canal was beautiful and it is a great place to go bird watching. They did have a pool and a basic camp store.
This is one of our favorite parks. The views on the water are spectacular. It is a State Park so the facitlies are not as nice as some of the RV resorts that we have stayed in. However the sites are large. There is a boat launch and a marina. The last time I kept my boat in a slip there it only cost $7 per night. Word is getting out about this park and it is getting harder and harder to get water-front sites. Over all one of my favorite parks.
The Web site made it sound wonderful. We were able to stay on the beach. The beach was very nice and clean. The water is shallow way out into the water and there were few waves. The bathrooms were not very clean. The showers have no temperature control. The showers next to the beach were very cold and dirty. The were not very clean and most of the stall doors were broken. The showers by the the camp store were cleaner however they were very hot and again no control over temperature. The sites are extremely small. We had to be so close to the camper on our left that we could not open our basement bins. The camper to our right was so close that we could not open our main awning all of the way and the sewer for our neighbors was under our picnic table. The laundry facilities were too small and there was always a line waiting for a washer or dryer. I gave the this park a five because the beach and pool were nice. Most users of this park are seasonal so I found the other campers less friendly than I am accustomed. If they made their sites bigger and fixed up the bathrooms I would come back but as of now, I would not!
This is a nice quiet park with big sites. Many of the sites are pull throughs. The staff was friendly. The free Wi-Fi was great as well. Tuc in the Woods is minutes away from Paris Island. They even gave us directions to the Marine base. If you have a new Marine at Paris Island, this is definitely the place to stay.