This campground has two parts - one older and shaded, the other newer and open. We stayed in the new section where access is very good for big rigs. In general, this is a top-notch campground, well away from highway noise. The access gate adds security, and the new facilities are excellent. We didn't use the laundry, but it appears to be really good. We will probably stay here again.
This is a reasonable park, nothing particularly wonderful or awful. Could use a bit of cleanup in a few spots, but the sites are generally pretty easy to access. The laundry is OK. We might stay again.
This KOA is immaculate and very well run. Some of the access roads are a little bit tight for our 36 foot fifth wheel. The campground is quite heavily wooded, so you might not be able to get a satellite connection. The laundry is very good, though a bit expensive. The owners were most cooperative while we had some truck repairs done. For a KOA, even the price is reasonable, though we selected a power and water site for a four night stay - full service is more expensive. We would probably stay here again.
We stayed here seven years ago, and the review I submitted then is still pretty much valid. "Very clean and fairly new facilities. Friendly staff who always seemed to be busy with something - hence very well maintained. Some pull-throughs, bit tight access because of nearby trees. Lots of shade sites, and some open sites for satellite access. Overall, this was a very nice park with convenient access to the Bruce Peninsula National Park and town nearby. We would definitely stay here again." The major change since 2007 is the price. Last time, the price was $36 per night. Now it is $50. That seems to be bit much of an increase. Next time, we will try some of the other places in the area, some of which are new. On top of the basic high price, everything else is added cost. Their laundry was very inefficient and expensive. We spent $20 for four loads and even then, the dryers did not work adequately. In our ten years of full-time RVing, this is among the most expensive and inefficient laundries we have used.
This campground is a very pleasant place, quiet and well set-up. All facilities are well-maintained. The access for our 36 foot fifth wheel was good. Our rate reflects a discount, but even the full rate is excellent. The only thing that keeps this place from being a 10 is the lack of a laundry. Though many of the sites are seasonals, several are kept available for transients. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This park has grass sites, basically free-form (park your rig where you like on your assigned lot) with quite a bit of shade, but generally quite easy access. The staff was very helpful. We used the good inexpensive laundry on site. Our satellite connection was good. Overall we were pleased with the place, though the price is high. We might stay again.
This conservation area is generally very heavily shaded and treed with fairly tight access roads. It is also quite heavily used. We found the access for our 36 foot fifth wheel to be extremely tight, despite the fact that they advertised access for vehicles of our size. The campsite signage is poor, making access even more difficult. In addition, the large dense trees meant that we had no satellite connection. On top of that, the place does not have a laundry and is very heavily used. We would not stay here again, particularly considering the rather expensive price.
This large park is about 75% seasonals, most of whom are not particularly friendly to transients. Nonetheless, the facilities are pretty good, at least in the part we used. Their laundry is satisfactory, though somewhat undersized for the number of users. Convenience to Kingston is the major attraction for us. Our rate includes a discount for a week long stay. We might stay here again if we need to be close to Kingston.
We stayed at this park for 1.5 months while doing some work in the area. In brief, this is an excellent park. The owners are extremely welcoming and seem dedicated to running a nice, clean, comfortable modern facility. In fact, we arrived (by pre-arrangement) two weeks before the park was officially open. The owners made several changes to accommodate us. During our stay, they upgraded the laundry, altered their mowing schedule, relocated their Internet access, and generally were very helpful to us. In ten years of full-time RVing, this was the only place that the owner actually washed our truck, though users should not expect that service regularly! On top of all that, the bathroom and showers facilities are clean and modern. The recreation hall, playground, pool, and store add to the attraction here. The price we paid is a monthly rate with some negotiated discounts. We are very pleased with Smugglers Cove and will most definitely stay here again if the opportunity arises.
This park is built around a large quarry with very good water sports possibilities. The quarry also means they cannot install sewer, so they offer a pump-out service for long stay, as well as a dump station. The owner was very helpful to us. The transient sites are mostly located on the waterfront and in a clear area affording a very good satellite shot. We will probably stay again if in the area.
This park is a marvel, but the price seems a bit high. They have added several excellent sites in the past couple of years. The new ones have lots of space between sites, and have an excellent clear satellite view. Their laundry is inexpensive, though small for the number of sites. We have stayed here in past, and we will be back.
This park is immaculate and extremely well equipped. For example, most sites have two sewer connections, one near the front and one near the back. The power connections are very well constructed, with a separate grounding wire, something very rarely found. Most pads on transient sites are dead level high-grade concrete. The owners obviously are plowing considerable cash into this campground. It is quite far from anything other than farms, so if you want quiet, this is the place. The sites are about half filled with seasonal campers, but the transient sites are very easily accessed. Almost all transient sites have a very good satellite view. The biggest drawback to this place is the very high cost. Even the laundry is expensive. Our rate includes a discount for a seven day stay. Even with the discount, $66 per night is very high in our experience, despite the very good facilities. For this price, we will probably not stay here again.
This campground is associated with a motel operation, but the campground itself is quite well run. It is clean, accessible to big rigs, and appears to have modern facilities. Most sites are allocated to seasonal campers, but the transient sites are somewhat separate. The laundry is clean and inexpensive. Our satellite view was excellent, as are almost all the transient sites. Our rate includes a discount for a seven day stay, but even at the full rate, the price is very good. The transient sites are far from the nearby road, so everything was quiet. The only thing keeping this place from being a 10 is the large seasonal population. We will stay here again if in the area.
This is a very large facility with 365 seasonal sites as well as 100 transient sites. The transient sites have pretty good satellite access and the park Wi-Fi signal was very good, at least at our site (329). Their laundry is large, clean, and inexpensive. Our price reflects a one week discount. The location is very convenient to Waterloo and St Jacob's Market. Overall, this is a very nice park, kept from being a 10 only by the large number of seasonal campers. We will probably stay here again.
For what amounts to an urban campground, this one is not too bad. The satellite access is good, being available at several sites, but they have no laundry, nor do the sites have sewer. One detractor for the time we were there was the omnipresent smoke from the other campers. If you want to stop in Toronto, this is a good choice. We might stay here again.
This park has very friendly and helpful owners who were around very regularly. Most sites are occupied by seasonal campers. The transient sites are very heavily shaded and thus satellite access is virtually impossible. Even the roads are somewhat tight for our 36 foot fifth wheel. Their laundry is small but clean and inexpensive. On the whole, this is a reasonable place, but we would likely not stay again because of the poor satellite access.
This campground is almost entirely seasonal campers. They have about ten transient full hookup pull-through sites, all in an accessible open area. Their rates are very high, and they are reasonably close to a major highway. We did not use their bathroom or shower or laundry facilities, but they should be quite acceptable, given the overall good state of the park. The owners seemed friendly and helpful. The satellite access at the transient sites was very good. We might stay here again, but the price seems high.
This park offers only unserviced sites, but in a beautiful setting. It seems to be oriented toward rigs that are too big for Killarney Provincial Park, or when campers overflow from the park. Nonetheless, some of the access roads were a bit tight for our 36 foot fifth wheel, but we made it. The setting is quite nice, on the shores of Georgian Bay within walking distance of the village of Killarney. The low rating is only because the sites are unserviced. We would probably stay here again.
This park is largely filled by seasonal campers, but it does have some short term sites. Most sites are quite heavily shaded, so satellite access is a problem on most sites. The laundry is reasonable. Campground access is through a secure vehicle gate, but it is possible to get an access card for the gate for a refundable deposit. The rate we paid includes a seventh night included for the price of six nights. We would probably stay here again.
Price includes Explorer Club 10% discount. Very nice park, though largely populated by seasonals. Laundry was excellent - clean and inexpensive. Good satellite access. Owners are extremely friendly and helpful. Nice view over Lake Ontario. We would definitely return.
We stayed here for an extended period of about three months, and can confirm that this campground is definitely not worth the price. The water is very alkaline with lots of gas entrained in it. The power is marginal. We encountered many very severe voltage drops when the place was busy, to the extent that we may have had some damage to our electronics. At minimum, the 30 amp circuit breaker tripped quite regularly, despite the fact that we were using no more power than we had at any other places in eight years of full-timing. Worst of all, though, was the attitude of the owners. The first thing you see in the office is a picture of the owner with a gun and a big club, accompanied by a sign that reads "obey the rules or meet the enforcer". That hardly generated a welcoming feeling. Finally, the place has no laundry facility. We will never stay here again. Avoid this place!
Very clean and well laid out, nice landscaping. Some long term residents, but everything was quite tasteful. This is a pretty good park, convenient to the ferries. The price was with a Good Sam discount, so the basic price is a bit high, preventing a ten rating. Almost all sites are good for a satellite connection. We would definitely stay here again.
Very closely spaced sites, convenient to Graceland (if that is your thing), a bit of shade, almost all sites have good satellite access. Wi-Fi is very busy, thus slow. Fairly hard access off the busy street out front. We might stay here again.
While hardly a "destination resort" this place was definitely worth the cost. The casino is handy (a free shuttle bus runs 24 hours), and the campground is easily accessible from the Interstate. Not too much noise, the Wi-Fi was good. All sites would have a very good satellite connection. We would probably stay here again.
The exorbitant rates at this campground lowered the rating. Overall, this park is OK, but very expensive, even with Good Sam discount. If you will fit, suggest you try the nearby National Park Service campground for only $16 per night.
This park has many faults, not the least of which is the extremely tight sites and roads. We were hard pressed to make some of the turns with just our truck, let alone our 36 foot fifth wheel. The sites are just dirt. The hookups are at the rear of the sites: we used 75 feet of water hose, 25 feet of sewer hose, and 50 feet of power cable. All sites are totally shaded, so forget about any satellite shot. Finally, they charged us an extra $10 for an "entertainment fee" for some Halloween foolishness that we did not use. Considering that almost all the sites are seasonals or rental park models and cabins, we felt completely out of place as transients. Finally, their WiFi only worked near their pavilion. We will definitely not stay here again.
The exorbitant fee lowered the rating on this park. In addition, their wireless network didn't work at all for me. I had to plug in to the wired connection in the games room. The park was jammed full and the sites are jammed together. Some of the sites might have a good satellite shot, but not on the site we were assigned. Not a great experience, all in all. We would not stay again, particularly at tis rate.
This is a pleasant place, well off any busy roads. No resident or long-term campers, and some waterfront. The only downside for us is that almost all sites are shaded, so we barely got satellite access. We might stay again.
This park is almost entirely long-term campers. In addition, it is almost entirely heavily shaded, so we had no satellite connection. Nonetheless, it was a nice location and very well maintained. The laundry was excellent. We probably would not stay here again, mostly because of the lack of satellite access.
As a town-operated campground, the price on this one is excellent. The facilities are very good, in a peaceful area, of a nice town. We had an excellent satellite connection from the full hook-up site. Overall this was a good campground, made excellent by the very good price. We would definitely stay here again.
Narrow roads, very tight entry to sites, but other than that, OK. We had a marginal satellite connection, but most sites probably don't have a view of the southern sky. It looks like the electric and water was recently upgraded. They do offer a 1 cent per litre fuel discount, but the Flying J, just ten KM closer to Winnipeg is much cheaper. We probably would not stay here again.
This is a reasonable campground, though definitely not a destination. All the services were OK, including the water. We had a good satellite shot. Generally, this was an OK place. We might stay here again.
This is a huge campground mostly dedicated to long-term residents. The access is a bit tight in places, and the large hedges make visibility very difficult. Some sites have satellite access, but most do not. We didn't particularly enjoy this place, but then big long-term places are not our first choice. Our rate shown is Passport America, which they only accept for a four day max stay. Normal rate is double! We would probably not stay here again.
This campground is small, friendly, accessible, clean, and well away from the highway and railway noise. Some sites are shaded, but others are open, allowing for good satellite system access. The rates are very reasonable. Overall this was a very nice campground. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park, far enough off the highway to be quiet with no nearby railways. The facilities are good, well maintained and clean. The laundry was inexpensive. Sites are a mix of shaded and sunny, so satellite access is easy. The campground is mid-way between the excellent national parks of Glacier and Yoho. Our rate is the Passport America 50% discount, but even at the full rate, this place is a bargain. We would certainly stay here again.
This park is OK, except for the price. $48 per night is exorbitant, in our opinion, considering that the facilities are no better than far less expensive places. We have stayed here before (at exorbitant rates) but continue to return because the campground is close to relatives. If that family connection did not exist, we would definitely stay somewhere else.
This is a pretty rudimentary campground, but it is adjacent to an excellent Agricultural Museum, well worth the visit. The museum plans to upgrade the campground in the next year. We will stay here again.
We stayed in the electric only sites at the front of the Casino, which were good, for the price. They have a dump site and water available. We didn't even look at the full hookup sites at the back. In general terms, for a Casino park, this place was good. The breakfast buffet was included in the campground cost, and the evening buffet was good and quite inexpensive. However, we did have some problems with the reception staff who appeared to be all new and undergoing some training. They screwed up some charges on our credit card. We would hesitate to stay again.
This is a great, small state park. Good campground facilities for a state park, with no sewer and water at site, but a very convenient dump station and water points. The park has not much other than the campground. We would definitely stay again.
Quite a nice campground, full facilities, though a bit expensive. Our rate was AFTER a 10% discount. Note: they also charge extra for 50 amp service. Some sites, though not all, are clear for satellite access. We would stay again.
This Rivermouth campground is excellent, although there is no water or sewer at the sites. The rates quoted on their website do not include the park entry fee of $8 per day (or an annual pass); thus making this park fairly expensive for the service provided. Still, it is very well kept, quite scenic and quiet. Almost all sites are very shaded, so forget about your satellite connection at this park. We would definitely stay here again.
This was a nice park, very convenient to the Digby - Saint John ferry, as well as the town of Digby. Our satellite system worked fine. We would have stayed much longer, but a family emergency forced us to head home.
This campground is immaculate and extremely friendly - the staff are all bilingual. Though the campground has about 40% seasonals, the management is very welcoming to transient users. They are also very busy in the summer, with a lot of one-nighters. Noise from the nearby Autoroute 20 is present, though not obtrusive. Most sites are very satellite friendly, with a good view of the southern sky. Their wifi is very costly. On the other hand, they offer discount tickets on the Levis-Quebec ferry, an excellent way to see the sights in Quebec City. The campground laundry is excellent and inexpensive. We would definitely use this campground again.
The park is about 50% seasonals. The satellite access is excellent, though their wifi costs extra. Their laundry is good and very inexpensive. Overall, this was a reasonably nice campground that we would use again.
The campground is huge, basically laid out in a grid in a grassy field. We stayed here as part of a rally, which seems to be a significant part of their business. Four sites are clustered tightly together around the utility hookups with large grass separation to the next cluster of four. If you get an outside site, you have an open view, but two of the sites are jammed immediately beside the neighbour's sewer connection. Overall, we were fairly happy with this campground.
This is an outstanding place. The sites are well separated, very nicely landscaped, fully serviced and immaculately maintained. In five years of full-timing, this is among the top ten places we have stayed. We will definitely return.
This is definitely a snowbird roost. Most of the residents (in winter) are here for an extended time. Very quiet place. Lots of "snowbird" activities too. It is a reasonable place for that kind of thing, but it isn't our kind of thing.
Nice park, pretty reasonable facilities and good owner. This park had the least expensive laundry of any we have encountered in four years of full-timing. The back sites are far enough from the interstate to be not particularly noisy. Definitely no train noise. We would stay here again.
Just like all the other Deming campgrounds, this is a gravel parking lot with services. It is really nothing special, but then neither are any of the others. This park has a good weekly rate, but the electricity is metered even for weekly service. The rate is 10 cents per kilowatt-hour. They also charge a 5% service fee on credit cards. The WiFi service is free, but not very good. Several of the nearby wireless access points are on the exact same channel (including both at this park) causing interference with each other. It would be a simple matter to select an unused channel to make the system much more usable. Are you listening, campground owner? We probably would not stay here again. Try one of the excellent New Mexico State Parks not very far away.
The sites are all gravel as are the roads. Still, the facilities were very good. We stayed in a large pull-through, but some of the other sites might have been a bit tight for our 36 foot fifth wheel. It seems like a typical KOA with lots of other amenities offered, and a fairly high price. Unfortunately, we were here in the very late season and they were not doing their apparently excellent burgers. The owners went out of their way to welcome us. We would probably stay here again, but not in the peak season when the prices really rise.
First, note that this is a tightly controlled historic site. The rock art in the park is world-class and must be protected. That said, this is a very nice Texas Parks facility. Make sure you take one of the guided tours to see the rock art. We would stay here again.
This was a very nice park. All facilities were excellent. The only thing that kept this from being a 10 was the silly Colorado rule that will not allow a camper to book for more than three nights without a reservation. We would stay here again.
This was a very nice park. All facilities were excellent. The staff were very helpful to us with a special request. The only thing that kept this from being a 10 was the silly Colorado rule that will not allow a camper to book for more than three nights without a reservation. We would stay here again.
This was a very nice park. All facilities were excellent. The only thing that kept this from being a 10 was the silly Colorado rule that will not allow a camper to book for more than three nights without a reservation. We would stay here again.
This was a very nice park, much preferable to the commercial campgrounds across the way. All facilities were excellent. The only thing that kept this from being a 10 was the silly Colorado rule that will not allow a camper to book for more than three nights without a reservation. We would stay here again.
This park is clean, modern, well-run, and has friendly owners. Overall, we liked the park a lot, except for the train tracks that are very near, which generates noise. Without the trains, this would be a 10!
As a National Park campground, this is a great place. Where else would you have elk bugling in the morning and wandering through your site. We will definitely stay here again, despite the fact that it is an extremely popular place. Reservations are essential in June, July, August, and September.
This is a well-equipped clean park, convenient to the city of Calgary. Unfortunately, their prices are very high. We have stayed here twice and will likely stay at a different campground on our next visit.
Nice place for an overnight or to stay a bit longer to explore Dryden and area. Campground was well kept and quite extensive. We stayed only one night so we really didn't make extensive use of the facilities. We would stay again.
Very convenient site close to highway, but far enough off road that noise is not a problem. Management very friendly. They helped us find assistance for some repairs and extended our stay a couple of times while we awaited parts. Nice restaurant! We would stay again.
The campground is in good condition with quite a few seasonals on one side. There are lots of big pull-throughs on the other side for transients. Considering that this is effectively the only place near Sudbury, it is a worthwhile stop. We would stay here again.
Very clean and fairly new facilities. Friendly staff who always seemed to be busy with something - hence very well maintained. Some pullthroughs, bit tight access because of nearby trees. Lots of shade sites, and some open sites for satellite access. Overall, this was a very nice park with convenient access to the Bruce Peninsula National Park and town nearby. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very clean and expansive park in a beautiful setting. They have great facilities and nice campsites, though quite a few are seasonals. Unfortunately, their rates are very high - they charge extra even for electric! That is the only thing that keeps them from a much higher rating. We would probably stay here again, but will check the full price carefully when contemplating another visit.
This is a very friendly small park, quite convenient to the Interstate but far enough away to be quiet. The owners went out of their way to make us welcome while our truck engine was being replaced. In fact, since our truck was crippled, they moved our trailer onto the campsite using their own truck. They repeatedly extended our stay with no complaints as we went through deadline after deadline with the repair service. They loaned us a vehicle without question after the repair shop reclaimed the first loaner. They helped us with advice about dealing with that repair shop. Overall, they were genuinely nice. The only thing that keeps this from being a ten is the lack of laundry facilities. We would definitely stay here again. By the way, if you have vehicle problems, DO NOT deal with Toney's 24 Hour Road Service across the road.
Very nice park, lots of activities and very friendly people, both staff and guests. They helped us during a hospitalization. The park offers a continental breakfast three days a week plus complimentary wifi. The only reason this isn't a 10 is the fairly small sites and tight access roads. We would camp here again, gladly.
This is a very inexpensive small campground close enough to I-95 to be very convenient, but far enough away to avoid the traffic noise. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi and Cable TV are free (included in the camping fee, which is itself very attractive.) Even the laundry facilities are good and inexpensive. Only the slightly sulfur-smelling water (which our filter removed completely) prevents this campground from getting a rating of ten. We would definitely stay here again!
Despite the good facilities, their prices are outrageous, $55 per night!!! In addition, they charge an added $5 daily for wireless. We received a fax at the office - they charged an extra dollar for that service. We have stayed at better parks for very much less. Their only advantage is the location near the Washington attractions. On the other hand, their location is also a detractor - the noise from the two adjacent major interstate highways is very loud and incessant. We would not stay here again, other than the fact that we have friends in the area and the next closest park suitable for our rig is very far away. They need some competition.
All sites are very shaded. Only four are pull-thru and most of the others are seasonal. The water was very sulfur-tasting, though our filter cleaned it up completely. The campground owners were very nice to us, accepting courier delivery of a warranty part while we were away. We would probably not stay here again.
This is a pleasant park with immense sites, mostly wooded, but some open. It is on the Ausable River, with some nice view sites. The management were very pleasant to us. Overall we were satisfied with this park even though it did not have sewer hookups. Generally, it was clean, quiet and inexpensive. We would stay again.