This is a very nice resort with a great entrance. Our site (192) was a huge pull-through with concrete pad and patio with picnic table and lots of grass. The interior roads are gravel, but wide and easy for a big rig to navigate in most places. While we did not partake of the amenities, they seemed to have a lot of activities for kids. We were there at their anniversary, and they held a terrific fireworks display. The one downside was spotty Wi-Fi. We would consider staying here again if we are in this area.
This is a nice park, but take care to watch for the entrance. The interior streets are gravel and a little tight for a big rig. We were escorted to our site on row 800 which was nice and wide with grass between sites. We had no issues with the satellite, but the Wi-Fi was very spotty.
This is a large park very much off the beaten path. It has good paved streets in the interior with some gravel, some concrete pads. Our premium site had a concrete pad and patio with a table and bench and grass between the sites. We were on the back row of the park, so it was fairly quiet, but the view was overlooking some debris. The Wi-Fi did not work well on our site, and our AT&T service was poor.
This is a nice campground with gravel streets and pads, but nice grass areas between sites. We were escorted to our pull-through site on row L, which was good because the streets are a little narrow. The park is very busy, being across the street from a lake, and has many amenities and activities for kids. We would consider staying in this park again if we are in the area.
This is a very nice campground with asphalt streets and pads with patios, but with lots of grass between sites. The streets are fairly wide for maneuvering. The staff was very helpful, but they gave us wrong directions to get to our site, so we had to turn around to back in properly - not easy for a big rig. It was very busy in the summer, but fairly quiet. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.
This campground is very easy to access from the highway. It has narrow streets but there were no obstacles to navigate. The sites are grass and well-kept. Since it was May, we were a bit ahead of their season, so it was very quiet. We did not use any facilities, but would consider staying here again if in the area.
The is a nice campground with level, gravel pads. We had a good back-in site with no trees, so we had no satellite issues. Since it is in a fairly rural area, be sure to follow the directions on the web site. We did not use any facilities, but would consider staying here again if in the area.
This is a nice campground with wide streets and large gravel/grass pads. There were some small trees sprinkled throughout, but none on our site, so we had no satellite issues. The streets are easily navigated to your site. We did not use any facilities.
This is a very nice campground with fairly wide streets and concrete pads. Some sites have concrete patios as well. There are small trees around the pads, but none caused satellite issues. We would consider staying here again if we are in the area.
This is a very nice, well laid-out campground with wide streets and concrete pads. Our premium back-in site was easy to get into and out of. While there are trees near the street, there are none near the pads, so we had no satellite issues. We did not use any facilities. We would consider staying here again if we are in the area.
This is a very nice campground with wide paved streets and many activities for kids. The pads are a little narrow considering the wide streets and facilities. Our pad was not level and it took considerable effort to level our big rig. We would consider staying here again if we could be guaranteed a different, level pad.
This is a very basic campground with level gravel pads. The streets are gravel and a little narrow, but we had no trouble navigating them. We did not use any facilities, but there is a tour office on site which makes touring the Falls very convenient.
This is a very family-oriented campground with many activities for kids. It is also very woodsy, so we could not get satellite reception. It is in a very rural area so it's very quite but requires several miles to get to services. Big rigs will need to use caution on the narrow roads and take care of boulders placed to mark the road.
This is a nice campground with wide streets. The sites are concrete but very narrow. The sites have concrete patios and picnic tables. The WIFI was reliable and fairly fast. We did not use the amenities, but noticed several activities for kids.
This is an excellent park for an overnight stay. The sites are gravel but wide and very level. We rented a premium site with a concrete patio and furniture. The streets are wide and easily navigable. We will stay here again if in the area.
This is a nice park with gravel roads and concrete pads. The premium sites have nice concrete patios with table, chairs, and grills to use. The sites are spacious enough although the interior roads are somewhat narrow. Trees were not an issue for our satellite receiver.
This campground has no amenities, but it has easy access off and on to I-65, so you do get a little highway noise. The sites are gravel and fairly level. The spaces are open, and there is no issue with trees.
This is a wonderful motorcoach resort. The streets and pads are wide for easy maneuvering of a big rig, and the lots are very spacious. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and remember you from each visit. The staff and owners plan many fun activities and gladly include renting guests, but they also respect your choice to decline if you wish. We have enjoyed our stays here and will return when we are in the area.