Whether you are just passing through or you are spending some time in Oklahoma City, this is a very good place to stay. It is close to I-40 so there is some road noise at all times but it is far enough away that the noise is not too intrusive. Their Wi-Fi works good and it is free. The campground is only a few minutes drive from downtown. If you like to ride your bikes or walk there is a river path that starts at Meridian Road, a couple of exits to the East, and goes all the way to the downtown area.
This is simply a stopover spot, as they don't have any facilities. Since it is adjacent to I-40 you can expect a noisy night. They do have concrete pads and pull-throughs so even if it is wet and rainy you can look forward to solid footing.
This park is more conveniently located to the historic downtown of Thomasville than the Sugar Mill. The park is mostly permanent residents but there were not any real dilapidated rigs. The night we stayed there were probably a half dozen rigs spending the night. The restrooms were not spotless but they were clean. Wi-Fi was available at no charge and we could get a strong signal from our rig. The Passport America rate that we paid was only $12.
The location that has always been great is even better now that the new Legacy Bike Trail is open. The Legacy Trail is adjacent to the park and extends 10 miles toward Sarasota. The facilities are good but the sites were not designed for the size of RV's that everybody has these days. The rate that we got was a special off-season promotion whereas their normal monthly rates in January, February and March seem rather outlandish to us.
This park is about 50% manufactured houses and 50% RV's. We were there for a week in April and most of the snowbirds that spend the winter had already taken flight. As a result, they did not have the organized activities that they have in the high season. Be sure and request a site that is away from the highway or you may be located right alongside of I-75. They do have Wi-Fi available but the provider is Tengonet and the cost is $15 for a week. There is a Super Wal-Mart only a half mile away. They are adjacent to a residential development and there are some nice places to walk.
Due to its location, it is a very good campground for a one night stopover. They gave us a pull-thru site and cable and Wi-Fi were included. They are in the process of expanding the campground so that they will be able to accommodate additional seasonal residents. It seems that as the seasonal prices for campgrounds continue to escalate in central and south Florida, more people are choosing this area because it is more affordable. This campground would be a good choice in that respect.
The facilities at this park are excellent and the owners are very friendly and helpful. Though it is located just off of a busy highway, there is not much road noise. On the other hand there is a railroad track close by and trains do come through, even during the night.
The park is conveniently located to I-65 and since most of their sites are pull through, it is a good place for a one night stay. Most of the residents of the park appear to be long term but there are not many old and junky campers. The Wi-Fi is free and worked fine for us though we were parked fairly close to the office. They have planted lots of new grass since we stayed here one year ago.
A nice campground located about 2 miles from Westcliffe. The sites are adequate in size and each has a grassy area. Quiet and solitude abounds. The entrance road is very narrow and about a quarter-mile in length but as long as you don't meet anyone going the opposite direction it is not a problem. Views of the Sangre de Cristo range are spectacular. The Rainbow Trail runs the length of the Sangre de Cristo range and there are several trailhead parking areas within 10 miles of the campground. Westcliffe has a very well stocked supermarket and the Ace hardware is among the largest that we have ever encountered.
This campground is located right on the Arkansas River and many of the sites are backed right up to the river. It is located right on a busy highway but since the campground is much lower than the road, the only noise you hear is the rushing of the river. It is only 2 miles from Salida with lots of shopping. There are lots of hiking and biking opportunities in the area. About half of the campground occupants are seasonal campers that are here to escape the summer heat of Oklahoma and Texas.
This is a very busy campground on weekends when it practically fills up. We had a problem with low-voltage at our site when the campground was full. During the week the campground empties out and is seldom more than half full. It is located less than a mile from the Turquoise Lake Recreation area and hiking and biking opportunities are abundant. Leadville is about 4-miles away. Most of the sites are quite close together but since the campground is only full on the weekend it is not too bad. Views from the campground are spectacular.
Most of the sites are very close together. For the pull-through sites, you park side by side with your neighbor and there is not any space between the opposing slide-outs. When we were here, they had a torrential down-pour and part of the campground was flooded in places with a foot of water due to a drainage problem.
The campground is located at the Hospitality House on the edge of the town Cripple Creek. The building is an old hospital that has been converted into an inn. The campground roads are all dirt and gravel and it can get dusty if it is dry for an extended period of time. You can walk about a mile to the center of the gambling district or you can call for a ride to town on the free casino shuttle. The campground is at an elevation of 10,000 feet and the views in all directions are spectacular. The WI-FI is free.
The facilities are very nice. Some of the sites would be very difficult to get into because much of the campground is on a hill. However the the hill also helps minimize the noise from the 2 interstate highways that border the campground. We were assigned a site near the edge of the campground and the road noise was very distracting. When we were there the WI-FI was not working because they were changing providers. If you are planning to stay there, request a site as far from the highway as possible.
This campground is located in the midst of the Colorado Springs attractions. As a result they charge top dollar for their campsites. It is a nice and clean place but many of the sites are very close together. From the campground you can walk to the Garden of the Gods. They also have very good and reasonably priced meals available every evening at their clubhouse. We had BBQ that was catered by Howard's BBQ, a popular local restaurant.
Many of the residents of this campground are there for the long term but it is still a good spot to stay for just a few days or even a one night stopover. One of the best things about the campground is that it is located adjacent to the River Trail that runs along both sides of the Arkansas River. It is an easy traffic free walk or bike ride to downtown. There is a WiFi provider for a charge but when we stayed there there was also a free site available.
This is a municipal RV park that is located behind the Berryville Visitor Information Center. It is a bare bones park that does not have any restroom facilities. It is clean and quiet and is adequate for an overnight stay. The campground is located at the intersection of Highway 62 and Highway 21N.
This is a very nice campground that is in close proximity to Eureka Springs. You can catch the trolley to various Eureka Springs attractions from the entrance to the campground. Many of the sites have great views of the surrounding hills. WiFi is provided for free. They do not have cable TV, but TV reception is adequate. The staff is helpful and very friendly.
This park is one of 20 or so Escapees RV Club campgrounds around the country. All of them are run by very friendly Escapees members and this one is no exception. You do not have to be an Escapees member to stay. The campground is located across a very narrow lake and a narrow bridge from the original Branson that predates all of the shows and attractions of the new Branson. However, there is a brand new development nearby with a Bass Pro store and an additional 100 shops and restaurants. The campground is quiet with the exception of a train that comes by on a less than regular basis. It is a good place to stay to avoid the traffic jams that you may encounter when trying to get to some of the other Branson campgrounds. If you are there on a Sunday evening they have an old-time ice cream social for only 75 cents each.
A nice campground located in the midst of a state park that includes a golf course and some hiking trails. There are several long pull-thru sites for anyone that is just passing through but since it is so close to Memphis it is a very nice place to spend a few days. The water faucets are unlike anything that we have encountered in our 13 years on the road. There is a label on each of them describing how to operate them but even with that, often times the campers have to consult with the camp host to get them to work.
Sites are rather close together but they are all separated by grass and have concrete pads to park on and they each have a concrete patio with a picnic table. The restrooms were very clean. You can walk to the Sam's Town Casino as well as Hollywood and Resorts that are just across the road. There are also places to walk on the nearby Mississippi River levees. Unlike the experience of a previous reviewer, everyone that we encountered was very friendly.
The campground is located in the midst of the 1400 acre Burns Municipal Park. All of the site are in the trees. There is adequate room between the sites. The restrooms were clean but they are very dated and in extreme need of an update. The other facilities in the park including two 18-hole golf courses and scores of athletic fields are very well kept up so it is unfortunate that they do not put much of a priority on the campground facilities. There is a walking/biking path along the river that goes all of the way to North Little Rock and also crosses the river and goes to Little Rock. There are also miles and miles of hiking trails in the park. Overall it is a great place to stay.
The campground is located 14 miles Northeast of Oxford on Sardis Lake. When we were there they had just reconditioned the road and there was lots of loose gravel. Several of the power pedestals were in poor repair and our electrical breaker tripped during the night and we were unable to reset it. We had to move to another site the next day.
This is a very nice campground located on the Tenn-Tombigbee Waterway. If you choose one of the available waterfront sites you can watch the barge traffic pass by. Most of the sites are in the trees but access to the sites is very good. There are concrete pads to park on at all of the sites. There are a few trails thru the woods and a visitor's center on site.
This campground is primarily for Tiffin owners who are at the factory for service however all campers are welcome. It is a very friendly place and if the campground is full you can dry camp for free on the old airport runway until a site is available. It is well worth a visit for a tour of the Tiffin factory.
A nice park located in the trees but the sites are rather close together. They have a special that we took advantage of in which if you stay 6 nights the 7th is free. The Falls is adjacent to the park and can be viewed for free however, there is a charge if you want to walk down to the base of the falls. The park is very quiet and peaceful.
We used Passport America to get the $13 nightly rate. The campground is convenient for a stopover. All of the sites are pull-throughs. Wi-Fi is available at an additional charge. The day we stayed there it had just rained and the space between the sites was very muddy but the parking spaces were still very firm. Spaces are quite close together but since it is a large campground it is probably not full very often.
The monthly rate for March including all hookups, cable and WiFi was $425. It is adjacent to a bike path that extends from Gulf State Park for about 10 miles in length. It is about 3 miles to the beach.
Nice campground adjacent to a lake. Even at the end of February, this campground was nearly full. Lots of the campers were spending all or part of their winter season there. They have a very nice clubhouse and quite a number of regular activities.
We used "Coast to Coast Good Neighbor" to get our $13 rate. It was a good place for a 1 night stopover and they provided us a pull-thru site so we did not even have to unhook. However, since it is very close to I-75, it was very noisy.
Our monthly rate for January was $1027. The pool area with a bar, restaurant and two spas makes you feel like your are in a first class resort...which you are. They have non-stop activities that even include a nationally recognized lawn-bowling facility.