We camped here in a 40 foot Toy Hauler. Getting through the campground was challenging. The roads are rather narrow. Our site was a back in site in the back which was great and creek side. The pull through sites are in the front and there is a fair amount of road noise since it is off a rather main road. There is Wireless internet (if it works) only at the arcade in the front. We stayed a week and it only worked about 2 days. The water side is a lot of fun. The staff was friendly. Would probably stay here again. Since there is a lot of tent campers, the showers get dirty rather quick.
The CG is well off the beaten path. Very well kept property. Not a whole lot in the area but if you are looking for a place to relax this is it. Items in the camp store are over priced but I guess you pay the price for convenience. Very nice playground. No events or anything until after Memorial Day. I will go back.
The sites are very small. We camped there in a 30 foot travel trailer and I could not put my truck and the camper both at my site. In order to get my camper fully on my site my truck was almost in the trees. The site did have W/E/S. There is nothing really for the kids to do. It is a nice place to set up to sightsee. I have stayed there twice and would stay there again. No ground fires but if you have a fire ring bring it.
We camped here labor day weekend and loved it. The staff was very friendly, there were a lot of activities for the children and it was clean. We did venture into the bathhouse and found it to be extremely clean and smelled clean. We were escorted to our site and the staff made sure that 11pm quiet time was enforced. They were strict about the kids not being on bikes with out lights after dark and for good reason. We thought that the sites were huge and well maintained. This was also the first weekend that the water slide was open, but they only had one slide open and not both. Also we did not like that some campers came and took up too many lounge chairs before the pool could even open and then did not leave enough for others. All in all we would certainly recommend this campground to anyone. We actually have plans to return in October!
When I first pulled into this campground I was leary about staying here. I did decide to stay and I am glad I did. The laundry room, campstore, and bathrooms were spotless. The staff was very friendly. There is not a lot to do in Oakley, KS and the campground is a great place to stop for a couple nights.
This is a nice CG very centrally located in Nashville. Camping World is within walking distance. The sites are roomy and the staff was friendly. There was a minor problem with the sewage line backing up but the owner was on site and took prompt action getting it resolved. There was about an 8 hour period where we could not dump. Not a big deal because that is what tanks are for. They have tours that leave from the campstore and do their best to accommodate everyone.
The worst part of this campground is the drive from the main road to the camping area. The road to the campground is up and down hill on curvy roads. Once at the campground the accommodations are great. The sites in the full hook up section are very roomy and have a large grassy area behind your camper. The park offers fishing, a playground, nature trail and other outdoor activities. For a state park this place is great.
This campground is more like a trailer park than a campground. There is nothing for kids. The only thing they do have is a pool. The one seat around the pool was covered in mildew. There was some old seats from a bowling alley around the pool also. Most of the campers there were set up for a long stay. There is very little room between the sites. I could not even put out my awning. In order for me to access my pass throughs I had to go in other sites. The wireless internet did not work and the staff did not seem to care that it did not work. This place is a dump. They cut the grass and what they do not get with the riding mower does not get cut.
Do not let the first appearance judge your stay. I was leery about staying here when I first pulled into the campground. I am glad I did not judge the book by the cover. The staff is great and the campground is a great place to stop while traveling through. The reason I say that, is there is not much to do in North Platte, NE. I had no real problems with wireless internet and there is a public computer in the laundry room. The bathrooms, laundry room, and camp store were all in top notch condition. They even have hot tubs you can reserve and relax in.
This is a great campground. The only down side is that it is on the south end of the Black Hills. In order to go sight seeing you do have a 30 or so minute commute to Mt Rushmore and other area attractions. The restrooms were spotless and the staff was great.
This is a nice campground. They do hay rides and a dance in the field on some nights. The staff was not overly friendly. The do have a swimming pool. I did see the staff speeding through the campground kicking up all kinds of dust, while they want the campers to drive 5 mph or less. There is not much in the immediate area but if you venture to Sioux Falls there is everything you need or want.
Very close to downtown. The staff was very friendly and the campground was very clean. Navigating through the campground towing a travel trailer or in a motor home can be a challenge. The sites were a little small but overall not to bad. We will stay there again if in the area.
This is a nice campground. There is nothing of real interest in the surrounding area. Elkhart Indiana is where most RV manufactures are based. There is the option to go on factory tours at some of them. As for the campground, there is wireless, a lake to swim in and large open sites. I would stay there again if I were in the area.
Overall this is a great campground. I have to agree with other people comments about golf carts. They seem to get out of control. There are a lot of kids just joy riding the golf carts all around the park with no respect for anything. They do not pay attention to people walking, on bicycles, or driving a vehicle. They feel they have the total ride of way. I was almost hit numerous times. Plus there is a lot of drinking and golf cart driving. This is something that the park needs to get a grip on before they loose a lot of customers. There is a large section of the campground dedicated to park trailers. But overall there was a lot to do and I had a pretty good time. I stayed there in a Travel Trailer.
This was the first time I stayed at a Jelly Stone park and it was a great experience. The weather was not so good but the staff rearranged events in order to keep the kids happy. I even got a coupon for my next stay because of the weather. I will be back for sure. There is a lot of construction going on for the new water park. I am looking forward to that.
This was my first trip out with my camper. I am new to the whole camping thing so I used this for a shakedown. Nice campground, quiet, peacful, and friendly. A lot is available in the area grocery stores, Washington DC, etc. I went to Mount Vernon and it was only 20 miles away.