This isn't a horrible campground, but their website really misrepresents what the place looks like. Bathrooms and showers were clean and the grounds were generally in good condition. No fires at your site unless you bring your own raised fire pit. Community pit is available and wood is provided which was nice. Good number of cable channels and hookups were in good condition. WiFi was pretty good, too. When we checked in, we were assigned to the "classic" area. This is not shown on the video/photos at their website. We were adjacent to a large parking lot for the huge fire station at that was surrounded by the campground. No landscaping, no privacy fence, just looking directly into the parking lot. 2-3 fire runs a night with lights & sirens blaring was a bit annoying. Power hookups look like they had been upgraded in the past few years, but the old poles, with wires hanging out, were still in place. Not sure if any of those were live. Neighbor on a long term spot was nice, but had a really old trailer that was missing a window and had liberal use of duct tape to hold the rest together. There were quite a few dumpy units on long term lots here. Looked more like a trailer park than a campground. If you need to stay in the city, this is an OK campground. However, we wouldn't stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Nice basic campground with pull through sites. No cable but we were able to get 15-20 over the air stations. Nice little gas station (with diesel) with a basic store, tiny restaurant, and soda fountain. Great for a quick overnight stay right off the freeway.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Good, very basic campground, great for a quick overnight. Close to freeway, but far away enough so you don't hear the traffic. Showers are concrete, but clean. Site was level, water pressure good, nice hookups (power pole and water connectors looked newer). Owner was helpful and offered insight on local restaurants and other businesses. We'd stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Grounds and bathrooms/showers were spotless. Camp store had next to nothing in it, but they did have ice and firewood available. The bath/shower were individual rooms with a shower, toilet, and sink in each. Site was level and the sewer connection actually ran downhill! Wi-Fi was spotty, often kicking us off and requiring reconnection. Cable channels were very snowy. After a county-wide power outage, the cable TV did not return. This park is a long drive from Grand Teton National Park. Took us an average of 60 minutes on twisty mountain roads to get to the park. Don't try the drive at night since the hills are covered by moose, elk, deer, etc., waiting to trot out onto the road. It's a very nice campground, but we probably wouldn't stay here again due to the distance to the national park.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount + 2 add'l people. What a nice park! Right on the Yellowstone River. Felt more like a bed and breakfast since the owners were so helpful. They know the local restaurants, sights, & what to see/avoid. The camp store had a nice selection of necessaries and some nice gift items. The grounds, laundry, and showers were immaculate. Downside of location is road noise from passing traffic. It's minimal after dark, however. The campground is also a solid 30 minutes from Yellowstone so keep that in mind when planning your day. The Wi-Fi is pretty much useless, even late at night. We had 3G Verizon wireless so we used that instead. We would stay here again.
Good, basic campground for use as a base for visiting Teddy Roosevelt National Park. Sites are a bit narrow, but we were able to run out our 40" slide. We were warned that our site was uneven, but it was dead level. Pool is a bit of a walk from most sites. Wi-Fi is decent. Note: Medora has NO grocery store, only a small convenience store. If you need anything other than the most basic items, make sure to stop somewhere 30-60 miles before you get to Medora. There is nothing around here!
For the price, this place isn't up to KOA standards. Our "large" pull thru site was barely long enough to accommodate a 32' trailer + 22' truck. The hookups were odd. The sewer was on one side of the trailer and the water & electric were on the patio side. We had to stretch our hose and cord right under our stairs to reach the connections. Quite a few sites had standing water on them. Small camp store not well-stocked. Free wifi, but pretty slow. We would not stay here again.
Wow! This place is huge, but it is subdivided into small areas with lots of privacy between sites. Hookups worked well with decent (but not too high) water pressure. Nice landscaping between sites. Gorgeous views of the straits, bridge, and Mackinac Island with common areas at the shoreline with benches. Showers/restrooms were clean, but could use updating. One note on the Wi-Fi. It was free in the office, store, and pool area, but not at our site. I didn't inquire as to the price, since we were there only one night.
We stayed here for a week while dropping my daughter at nearby Hope College. First thing you will notice is the extremely tight corners when driving through the Standard Sites area. Their website states these spots hold up to a 28' trailer. I'm assuming they mean a 28' trailer dropped in by a crane since the roads are very narrow. My RV is 26.5' long and was difficult to get on a Standard Site. There are a lot of seasonal units but the vast majority are very nice park models that are well maintained, not the ratty old RVs that I usually see on seasonal lots. I required my son to work as a spotter at the front of the truck so I wouldn't hit the seasonal unit across the street, and my wife as a spotter in the rear to avoid hitting the landscaping and/or retaining wall. Go slow and be very patient and you can eventually get on the spot. The neighbor (a professional truck driver) had a small fifth wheel in the 25-28' size range was able to park his RV on the same size spot as mine. After parking, you will find the power pedestal, water, and sewer hookups to be in good working condition. You will also notice how squeaky clean the sites are. After a neighbor checked out, someone raked the site for 15 minutes and also shoveled out the fire pit. All sites have inground sprinklers so be careful of where you leave chairs, wood, etc., overnight. The pool, hot tub, showers, and restrooms were in great condition and again, very clean. We didn't use the playground, but it was in good condition. Main bike path to Lake Michigan is right at the entrance to the park. Wood was available for a reasonable price and they will loan you a wheelbarrow to get it to your site. Wi-Fi worked OK for me, not blazingly fast, but still very usable. Minor annoyances were the multiple speed bumps at the entrance/exit and the need to entry a number on a keypad to get in and out of the park. I would stay here again, but would use only the first 1 or 2 sites on the road side of the park in the Standard Sites area since they are angled for easier entry. Consider staying at the Premium Sites area for bigger sites but you will lose your firepit in that section.
Wow! This is the deal of a lifetime, right in Orlando. We were less than 10 minutes from Universal. Nice park with gated entrance (requires entering a code after hours to enter) in really nice upscale area. We were surprised that only 2/3 of the sites were full. $23 for a full hookup (water, electric, 30/50 Amp, and sewer) is insane this close to the theme parks. The only reason I didn't give them a 10 was the showers were pretty darn clean, just not squeaky clean.
Picked this as a quick midway stop on trip to Orlando. We arrived after the office was closed and found our way to the pull through site which was not level. I just wanted to park, hook up the electric & sleep after 11 hours on the road. Needed to unhitch to get rig level and to avoid blocking the road with trailer or truck (23' trailer with Expedition, not that long of a combo). Little noisy for people like us in a hybrid (or a pop up) since the campground is less than 300' from I-75.
This is 2 minutes outside of the west side of Rocky Mountain NP. Sites have a lot of natural vegetation but it's a bit overgrown. Our site was mostly level but very small, truck barely fit after setting up camper. Building with laundry and showers was clean, but old and beat up. Camp store has almost nothing on the shelves. A quiet, average park.
Nice park less than 5 minutes from Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. I gave lower rating due to the high price. Very tight gravel spaces but it's what you'd expect in a resort town. Good Wi-Fi even at back of park. Park is terraced on hillside and most spaces have deck area with picnic table on the terrace. If you have a larger trailer, 5th wheel, or motorhome, call first to see if they can shoehorn you in. Narrow roads and sharp corners to negotiate here.
Wow, what gross misrepresentation in their web site. The campground is bordered (and I mean less than 30 yards from) major interstate freeways on two sides and a large dept. of transportation yard (where all the snow plows, dump trucks, etc. are stored). It is incredibility loud here (my home is about 1/4 mile from an 8 lane freeway so I'm familiar with road noise), impossible to talk at less than a yell outside, impossible to sleep at night. Restrooms were very clean, staff was very nice. If you have a soundproof RV and need to stay directly in Lincoln, this would be a pretty good park.
1. Really nice park with very helpful staff. I'd definitely stay here again. 2. Roads are narrow! If you don't have a pull-through site, avoid coming in after dark and in the rain (like I did). Fortunately, the campers across the road were available to move their truck. 3. Site was not level, which kind of surprised me, since "resort style" RV parks are usually pool table flat. 4. Site hook-ups were near the front of the site. If your hookups (water, sewer, electric) are at the rear of your RV, you'll need to park it much closer to the road. 5. We tried the bus the first day, but decided the 45 minute trip to the train station and the hour trip back wasn't worth it. Parking at the train station is $4.25/day (+ a one-time charge for a $5.00 SmartCard which lasts forever). This is a lot cheaper than the $10.80 per day you will pay for 4 people to ride the bus. We paid a bit less since we have a AAA membership.
Hosts allowed late check-in, but it was very difficult to locate our site without someone to guide us. Very narrow roads with trees close to roadway, questionable clientele (local police were patrolling), a lot of people wandering around late at night. Pull through site was not long enough to accommodate our 23' trailer with tow vehicle. Needed to back out of site as there wasn't room to pull through.
Clean, new restrooms & showers in the north campground. Enough trees for shade but trimmed high enough to avoid hitting the roof of even big rigs. Very visible ranger presence. Only a 2 minute walk to the shore of Lake Huron. Sites are roomy & convenient for multisite group outings. Best of all, only an hour from Metro Detroit. Nicely stocked small camp store.
A nice family campground (clearly stated to campers no alcohol allowed) in a great tourist area. Very steep entrance drive to a nicely appointed park. Many amenities (electric hook ups, restrooms, showers) appeared to be new or recently remodeled. The site we had was not level and required quite a bit of lumber to level the trailer, making it difficult to get in/out of trailer due to height of the step. The one restroom/shower facility was about a half mile walk, although they did have Porta Potties at the end of each row of campsites (wife and daughter chose to make the walk instead of using these). Wife/daughter also said women's shower room was very crowded, but clean. Onsite owners were easily accessible and were always around. A very nice campground.