Campground is gravel with patches of grass. Employees were very nice, full service restaurant that delivers to the rigs! The food was good, the convenience was great. Pool closed for season, but looks nice. Everything is clean. Easy access, pull-through with full service for our 45'rig and tow. Everything was clean, quiet and pleasant. Only suggestion would be to have an enclosed dog play area, they do have an area for dogs, but no fence. All in all, we are glad we found this place and would stay here again.
We have camped here for the last 2 summers, for a little over a week each time. We have been located in the premier sites which are cement with grassy areas between some. It is well cared for; the grass was being mowed as we arrived. The sites have trees and this is a plus and minus. Everyone complains if no trees are around, but then just as many complaints are heard because trees are too close to the rigs, so position the rig so the trees are not in the way of the slide outs, and you'll be happy. Yes, it's close to the highway; aren't most parks? We love the view of the hillside from our cabin window; because it's an overlook, we don't need to close the drape at night. It is in an excellent location for access to Park City. A small laundry is available, and the aforementioned pool. The stream is a plus and hillside for hiking.
This campground is located across the street from Cam-Plex. The parking spaces are gravel, there are small areas of grass between the spaces. Pull-throughs are 50 amp full hook-up, but tight. There appear to be long-term renters with rather junky looking stuff sitting around. It is surrounded by fields, so it is quiet at night. To summarize, this is a campground not a destination. We would not choose to camp here again.
This RV campground has massive trees and shady sites. We camped in a 45' motorhome and our pull-through was narrow, but easy to access. The small sites are gravel with grass plots on either side of the parking lane. The camp office was informative, friendly and helpful. The real beauty of this campground it the access it allows to the Canyon Lake Park grounds, bike trails and walking paths. This is a lovely recreational area of town and while the campground is adequate, the reason to be there is the park.
This is a clean, well run, nicely maintained park. It's near downtown Tulsa, but amazingly easy to access from the highway. There are many trailers and 5th wheels on the property, obviously long-term renters of space, but they have, what appears to be, a good number of sites available for those on the move, as we are. Downside, the spaces are narrow, making the fences between sites an important feature. The spaces are gravel with grass. But, for a large park in the middle of a large city, it is a place we would return if need arose.
This is a nice state park, well laid out around a reservoir and prairie dog town. There are several small campgrounds scattered out over the spacious area. It's Kansas, but you'll find nice shady sites with enormous trees. It appears there are many who stay for extended periods, and while it does give the park rent for the space, it reduces the hook-up spots for people like us who want a night or two. We dry camped in a nice area. Sites were undefined and we literally found an available space near a tree where our 45' would fit. Camp host was lovely. The area was quiet and we would return.
We found this to be a lovely campground, complete with friendly deer. Big rig friendly, the full hookup sites are concrete pads. They do not extend the full length of the site, but our 45' parked with all wheels on the concrete. Some sites, as mentioned earlier, have trees overhanging, which we avoided and opted for a treeless site. It appears well maintained, a camp host lives on-site. There are ample trash dumpsters, easy access to bathhouse and toilets, although we did not use them. Trains do pass on the side of town the park is on, but we did not hear whistle blowing, just train rumble now and then. Very nice and we would return.
We stayed here with a caravan, so I am not sure about the non-caravan price per night. The park managers were super friendly and helpful. It backs up to an older mobile home park and for that reason, it looks a little sketchy, but we left our rig and car for 3 days while we were away from Anchorage and nothing was bothered. It is not pretty, and sites are a bit tight for big rigs, but it is convenient to Costco and easy to locate and pretty typical for Alaska campgrounds.
We were in a caravan, so I cannot be sure of the price per night. Nice RV park. You can wash your rig and tow on-site. Sites are close together, but pull-through. All amenities. Trees, grass, clean, and well maintained. No problems; would stay there again. Valdez is gorgeous.
We were in a caravan, and I cannot be sure of the regular price per night for this campground. Privately owned, well maintained, lots of grass, easy drive-through access and hook-ups. Sheltered by mountains and trees, this campground is comfortable and easy to use. A moose is frequently seen at night near the entrance and deer wander in and out. Nice.
We were here in a caravan, so I cannot be sure about the cost per night. This is one of my all-time favorite camping experiences. We were parked facing the bay and it was gorgeous. Large sites, easy hookups, pull-in, back out. Paved walking/biking trail next to campground. Loved it.
We were in a caravan, so I cannot be sure of the cost of this site per night. This is a publicly owned campground on a beautiful waterfront. If you are on the waterfront, it would be amazing - we were not. We had tent campers around us, it was noisy with kids walking through our site until very late at night. The sites had adequate space around them and were easy to drive in and back out of. Mostly, we were bothered by the noisy kids in tents. If we were in beautiful Seward again, not in a caravan, I would request a waterfront site or go to another campground.
We were here in a caravan, so I cannot be sure of the cost per night. Located right in the middle of the commercial area of Denali, this park is convenient to everything, but it is very tight. We had a 30 amp and water hook-up, no sewer. It is noisy, because it is behind a strip mall and next to a rafting company.
Very friendly, helpful, call and we'll direct you in. Large pull-through sites. We didn't even disconnect our towed vehicle. Easy to connect to water, power and sewer. No frills, no internet, no cable. This is, as previously stated, a permanent residence park. It's so easy to get to from the highway. We appreciated being here for the night. There is highway noise, if that bothers you. It worked for us.