This is the newest RV park in Galveston. It is located where the old Sandpiper Motel was. They have built a really nice park. All roads and pads are concrete. The pads are wide and long. Wi-Fi worked good as did the cable TV. The pool area has a hot tub and a gas fire pit. There is a well equipped, comfortable club room. The park is located next to Stewart Beach and is withing walking distance to many restaurants and entertainment establishments. The cost is a little pricy, but not for the location and facilities. We would stay here again.
This is a great COE park. The sites are well spaced with plenty of room. Many sites are on the water. There are shelters with RV hookups. There are both 30 & 50 amp sites. The park has a swimming area and 2 boat launches.
This is an outstanding park. The sites are wide, long, and level. Site have a grassy area between them. There are fire rings and picnic tables at the sites. Cable is good with over 50 channels. The staff is great with a escort to the site and aid in getting you lined up in the site. We would stay here again.
We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived at this park. Checking was quick and the staff was super. The park is a little tight, but that did not present a problem. The sites are long, wide, and level with plenty of shade. Cell phone and satellite TV were hard to get. Wi-Fi is available at several locations, but it appears the park shuts it off at night. The laundry is extra large and clean. Showers are "pay for" in the laundry building. The park has a marina, a restaurant & grill, and a well stocked general store. There is also a service station at the entrance to the park. The higher cost is worth the price and we would stay here again.
This was one of the poorest KOA campgrounds we have stayed in. The site we were assigned was occupied. Other sites in the row would not accommodate our RV without unhooking. We moved to the back row where the sites were longer, but it did not have cable. I asked to use my Value Rewards points to pay for the site, but the girl checking us in said she did not know how to do that. The park is in need of some tender, loving care. We won't be back here.
This is a nice campground for just kicking back or seeing the sites of Colorado Springs. The spaces are not as level as they could be, but did not present us a problem. The park is clean and quiet. Getting in and out of the park is tight, but I was able to get my 40 foot RV in after unhooking the towed. The staff is friendly and suggested sites we might want to see.
This is our second time to stay here. Our site was 70 feet long and had a fair space between the the sites on either side. There are many winter Texans staying in the park. There are many park models that a permanent. All of the sites and streets are paved concrete. Our site was level. There is a charge for Wi-Fi ($19 a month), but we had a great signal and it was fast. Our cell phone had a good signal. We enjoyed our stay here and will be back.
This park has large, spacious sites. Our site was level and long enough for our motorhome and 2 vehicles. The staff is friendly and had a escort to the site. There is also a RV repair facility at the front of the park. It is located east of Fredericksburg, about a 6 minute drive to downtown and convenient to LBJ State Park and homestead. We would stay here again.
This is a lovely park located on the Coosa River. The park has a variety of pull through and back in sites. Many of the sites are very close together with just barely enough room to put the slides out. We stayed here for 2 nights on our way back home so the sites were OK. If we were staying here longer, we would have asked for a back in site on the river. They are the larger sites. The staff is very friendly and escorted us to our site. The cable and Wi-Fi worked well. We would stay here again if in the area.
This campground is located between I-40 & I-26. The park has all paved roads and sties. The back in sites are tight backing for big rigs, but are doable. This is a quite park despite the close proximity to the Interstates. The pull through sites are located on Bear Creek Road and you can actually pull from your site to the road. This might be OK for an overnight stay, but they are subject to road noise and traffic. The cable and Wi-Fi were good. The sites are large with plenty of separations between them. The staff is friendly and helpful. They have 2 day tickets for the Biltmore at the single day price. The Biltmore is only about 3 miles from the park. We would come back to this park when in the area.
We choose this park because of its location. We had made reservations in May and requested full hook ups with cable & Wi-Fi access. When we arrived, they put us in sites that did not have either. One of the staff guiding us to our site said that they did not usually put big rigs in the sites they assigned us, as they are hard to get into. When we asked to change, we were told they could not move us to the sites we preferred until Friday, as the park was full for the weekend. This was not acceptable to us so we cut our stay short by one day. The site they reassigned us to was a level pull through with fair cable (most channels where snowy) and Wi-Fi was weak, but fast. The sewer connection was actually higher then our dump outlet which made dumping very difficult. The interior roads are gravel. This park is family friendly. We would not camp here again as we cannot be assured we would get the site we ask for.
This is a very nice campground. The park is well maintained and the staff is friendly. All of the major roads are paved and wide. The sites are wide and large enough for both the RV and vehicle. We had a escort to the site. We were traveling with 2 other couples and had requested sites close together, but that request got lost in the shuffle. The site was gravel and fairly level. The water connection is in a large pipe in the ground with a concrete cover. This may make it hard to connect to for elderly or disabled travelers, but I’m sure the staff would help with this if needed. There is no cable TV, but we received several off air channels from Baltimore & DC, but that was not the case everywhere in the park. Our friends where parked in the trees and could only receive a couple of channels. The Wi-Fi worked OK, but was extremely slow. This park had a lot to do, including a fishing pond. During the month of October they do Halloween weekends and the park fills up with families that decorate their sites. The park is 22 miles from DC Metro rail and an easy drive to Civil War sites to the west and a short drive to Baltimore and Annapolis. We would stay here again, but not if we were traveling to DC every day, We would choose a park closer to the rail.
We did not have the same problems that others had. The staff that checked us in was friendly and had our reservations, although the sites were not all together like we had requested. There where 3 coupes traveling together. They did try to get us as close as possible. The down side to this park is that it is heavily wooded and the roads in the park are tricky to maneuver. The park map that they give you is almost useless. It had been reproduced so many times that it was hard to read. If you camp here, you may want to find your site before moving into the park with your rig. This is especially true if arriving after dark. All of the sites are packed sand as are the roads. The Wi-Fi worked well. The park is centrally located for easy travel to New York City (via Park & Ride) and Philadelphia via car. It is also a short drive to the New Jersey coast. We would probably not stay here again.
If you like large, wooded camp sites, this is the campground for you. All of the sites are nestled into the heavily wooded park. The roads are gravel and because of all of the rain in this area lately, need grading. The park is about 3 miles from Ayre, MA, where we caught the rail to Boston. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The sites are level and the TV cable and Wi-Fi worked good. We really liked this park as it was a welcome change from the standard “parking lot” type parks that we so often encounter. We would stay here again.
This campground is in the middle of Old Orchard Beach, ME. When you first turn down the street to the campground, you start thinking your GPS led you wrong again. Fear not, the street dead ends into the park. The park is controlled by gate access. The roads in the park are paved, but narrow. Our site was in the back of the park, and we had to guess at what road to take as there was not an escort to the site. We did notice that campers arriving during the weekend had escorts. The site was a pull through "super site" and fairly level, but the person that registered us had given us wrong directions to get to it. I had my wife go first in our car to make sure we knew where we were going. The park is about 75% seasonal residents and is well maintained. Our site was next to the pool and hot tube (which was heated and still open) and included restrooms and laundry. The sites are wide and have picnic tables and fire rings. The cable TV and Wi-Fi both worked good. We would stay here again.
A good campground with super wide back in sites. We had enough room between our neighbors to park another RV. The site was level mix of grass and gravel. The park fills up on weekends with camper – golfers. The staff is very friendly. The Wi-Fi was good. There is no cable TV and only 2 off air stations. Good place to stay.
The campground is located outside of Halifax in a country setting and is heavily wooded. The roads through the campground are gravel and could use some grading. The road to out site was a very narrow one way, but had enough clearance for our RV. We camped in a pull through that was fairly level. The site was long enough for both the RV & towed. The site was wide and not crowded. There is no cable and only 2 TV stations off air. The Wi-Fi worked great.
This campground is located just outside of Yarmouth. It is a clean campground with plenty of room between spaces. The site was level gravel with full hook ups, 50 amps. There are 3 off air TV stations. The Wi-Fi was available at the office area only. The staff was friendly and briefed us on places to see and eat in Yarmouth.
This is a family friendly park with plenty for the kids to do. Most of the premium sites were occupied by seasonal campers, so most of the non seasonal campers have to settle for sites without a view of the river. There is currently a lot of construction in the park that is scheduled to complete in 2012. This caused the gravel roads to be muddy and in need of grading. The campground personnel were pleasant and helpful. There is not any cable and only one off air TV station. The Wi-Fi worked fairly well.
This is an outstanding campground. Our site was a pull-through that was level with 50 amp full hookup and long enough for both our RV and towed vehicle. The site included a pave stone patio, patio table and chairs, a swing, and a fireplace. The campground was well maintained and the personnel very pleasant. It is located south of Montreal and is about a 30 minute drive to downtown. This is a first class campground.
We were a little skeptical of of this campground based on past reviews, but the last review was in 2005. We found this campground to not be anything like past reviews. The mobile home park is actually across the street The pool is large and pristine. The park is well maintained and the staff is very friendly and helpful. There are a lot of seasonal guest, but all sites are well maintained. We had an escort to our site. The Wi-Fi worked well. There is not any cable and too many trees for our satellite to work, but we did get several off the air TV channels. The interior roads are a bit narrow, but we were able to maneuver our RV through them. This not the same park that past reviews reflected. We would stay here again.
This is a large campground located just north of downtown. The sites are large with plenty of room between them. The staff is friendly and offered a lot of help on site seeing and restaurants. There was not any Wi-Fi at our site, but we had limited cell service. We would stay here again.
This is a destination campground geared for just getting away and camping. The campground surrounds a small lake. The staff is friendly and we had a escort to our site. The only downside was our site was about 15 feet from the main road out of the park, so we had a lot of traffic. Cell phone and Wi-Fi service were sporadic. Access from the south is via a narrow paved turning to gravel road. Access from the north is a paved narrow 2 lane road.
This is a nice campground with easy access. The site was level. The staff was friendly. There are planned activities and a nice swimming pool. Wi-Fi and cell service was good. We would stay here again.
We camped here for a conference in Charleston, WV. There are not any campgrounds in Charleston that would accommodate our RV. This is a pleasant campground with a couple of lakes and a beautiful little chapel on one of the lakes. Cell phone service was marginal and Wi-Fi was only available at the office. The office was only partly manned so contact the staff was difficult. It is about a 30 minute drive to Charleston. Getting to the campground is a challenge. There is a narrow 2 lane (?) road that winds through the hills. There are many tree limbs that will hit the RV if you are not careful. It is a smoke free, alcohol free campground.
It is a large park that is convent to the Opry and other attractions. It is about a 20 minute drive to downtown. We have a level pull through with plenty of shade. The park is geared for families with plenty to do for the kids. The staff is very friendly and offered a lot of help in the best ways to see the sites. Cell phone and Wi-Fi service is good. We would stay here again.
Good campground located close to the Natchez Trace and the freeways. We had a level pull through with plenty of room for both the RV and towed vehicle. Staff was friendly with a escort to the site. Cell phone and Wi-Fi service is good. The only problem we had was a power problem. We had 50 amp service, but there was a 10 volt difference between L1 & L2. We brought this to the attention of the owners, but it had not been corrected before we left. We would stay here again.
A good campground that is centrally located. All sites and interior roads are paved. All sites are pull through, but they were not long enough for our 40 foot motor home to leave the towed connected. This was not a problem as we were staying several days, but might be for an overnight stay if you didn’t want to unhook. Cell phone and Internet service is good. There is shuttle service to their casino. We would stay here again.
A nice KOA with a large pool and miniature golf course. The pull through sites are extra long with plenty of room between your neighbors. The staff was very friendly and there was a escort to the site. The price included a free continental breakfast.
Nice park, but it could use some maintenance on the pads. Price includes 2 breakfast coupons (worth $6.99 each) which makes the stay a bargain. We got a Good Sam discount. There is a free shuttle between the park and the casino. The staff is very friendly and helpful. There are train tracks that run by the park, but it was not very noticeable.
This is an outstanding resort. It is a +55 gated park with all the extras anyone could want. There is a hobby building, fishing dock, rec hall with daily activities, and a dog park. There are even 3 car wash areas that are free to use. The sites are extra large with plenty of room for parking. The staff is very helpful and provide a escort to your site. I would recommend this to anyone.
This is an older park with many permanent mobile homes. The staff is friendly. Sites are all back in. Wi-Fi is available but only at the office. There is not any cable service, but there is good antenna reception.
This is one of the better State Parks in Texas. It has 20 full hookup, pull through sites and 24 sites with water and electric. The sites are reasonably level with plenty of room between them. A bonus is the mission located on site. If you are camping in the park, admission is included with your site. There is a hike/bike trail that leads to town about a mile away. Down the road is the restored Presidio, the Fannin Memorial, the Angel of Goliad Memorial, and the birthplace of General Ignacio Zaragoza. We spent a week here and did not have a boring minute.