We stayed 3 nights. The campground has gravel roads and gravel sites. The site was easy in/out, full hook up, 50amps, cable and level. The campground was very dusty and the host would not allow us to wash the rig. Dish Satellite was good. Typical KOA, but did not see any children. The campground is in a noisy area and should be priced lower. Trains sounded their horn all through the night and day. Truck noise was heard during the day. On Thursday night it sounded like their was a motorcycle race track nearby that lasted from 6pm to 10pm. Close to St Louis and a Walmart is nearby. FYI, the Arch was closed due to the Government shutdown. We will not stay at this campground again.
Typical KOA, but this one was quiet and restful. The price is their standard rate for pull thru, 50 amps, full hook ups. The roads and sites were gravel. Sight number 5 was tight to get in and out. Site 1 offered more room. We ate dinner in the restaurant and it was good. Later, the camp host brought us some great cookies, for eating at the restaurant. The campground has two donkeys. They were friendly and playful. We camped one night and would camp here again.
We camped here overnight. The fee is based on Passport America. The staff was friendly. The road and site were gravel. Water, 30 amp electric was all that was available. Did not use the dump site. Big Rig friendly. The lake was small, but very attractive. The pull thru sites are right below a highway, but road travel was very light in the evening. Dish Satellite. Had good reception. We would stay here again, overnight.
This is a nice campground. The rate is the monthly rate for 30 amp and water. No sewage connection, but they do have a dump sight. The roads are gravel and not very well maintained. The camp sites are very large, gravel/grassy and easy to get into. I was able to receive Dish Sat. You have to cut your own grass and the CG does not provide a mower. The campground staff are great people. They do enforce the rules and we liked that. The pool is small, not heated, but has a lifeguard. The showers cost 50 cents. The campground is close to St Thomas for easy shopping but far enough away to provide a nice quiet stay. We will return again.
The view of the Susquehanna River is beautiful. The sites are level, adequate size, 30 amps, FHU and gravel/grassy. The road into the camp is gravel and provides easy in and out to the highway. No road noise. No pool. The price reflects Passport America. Many permanent campers and a large selection of daily sites. Office doubles as small store. We will camp here again.
This campground is not pretty, but it is big rig accessable, close to I-95, and friendly. Price reflects Passport America, FHU-50A, and cable. All connections worked great. The site was all grass and level. Sewage was threaded for a secure connection. Electric handled both A/C, hot water, and laundry. The pool was closed. It looked dirty. The park has a restaurant, and this is a great place to have any meal. The roads are part black top, dirt, gravel, and pot holes. The park is close to Jekyll Island and Historic Brunswick. Both are great places to visit! We will visit here again!
This was a overnight stop. The site was a back-in, and the staff was very helpful getting us settled. The roads are blacktop and tight for big rigs, but navigable. The site was sand with some grass, FHU/50A, and cable. The price reflects Passport America discount plus tax. This was a 90 degree day, and the park was full. We had a problem with low voltage (113 volts) when we operated both A/C and hot water. We switched our water to gas, and the electric came up to 118v. Cable worked. We set up in site 24 and a large tree blocked our Dish sat. Short drive to visit Daytona Beach. We will stay here again!
This is a beautiful CG. The roads are blacktop. The pool/hot tub was clean and warm. The pool showers had hot water. The site was gravel and not quite level but easily corrected with jacks. The sewage was not threaded and would not hold the connection tight. The no-seeum's were plentiful at the 90 degree temps. The 50A electric handled both A/C, hot water and laundry. Price reflects Passport America discount. We stayed 3 nights on site DD2. This site is close to the trash collection, but we had no smell. We would recommend exiting this site to the right. We will be staying here again!
Beautiful CG with heated pool, hot tub and friendly people. The rate is Passport America, FHU and a pull through. The site has grass/sand with a concrete pad and was challenging to get in and out. Home Depot, Walmart and other shopping is very close by. Cable is purchased through Comcast. TV reception was very good. We would camp here again.
Frontier Town campground is huge and is located about 7 miles from Ocean City. The main roads are black top with speed bumps. The roads to the sites are gravel. My site was K 11. It was a large back in, No pull throughs, gravel, no pad, 50 amps, FHU, 75 cable channels and satellite reception was excellent. The campground offers no discounts. About 10 percent of the sites were filled. Around 9PM you could hear the band playing at the campground, located a mile up the road. No road noise. We camped for 5 nights and would stay here again, in the off season.
Donegal CG is close to I-70, easy on/off and in the woods. No satellite reception, excellent cable, 50/30amps, water/sewage, gravel roads, very tight turns, site was unlevel, some road noise and friendly host. Pricey, ($35 includes tax). Fair for one night stay.
Campground roads are gravel and not well maintained. The camp sites are grass and almost level. We camped at site 20. Good satellite reception, 30amps, water, no sewage and partially shaded. I reserved the site over the phone. No one was in the office when we arrived at 4pm. We would camp here again, but only for a overnight stay. About 20% of sites were occupied.
Campground is 3 mi from Mackinaw City. Pull through sites were not available. Camped at site 778, a large back in with FHU/50/30amps and gravel. The roads were wide but made of gravel with numerous pot holes. Dish sat reception and Virgin Mobile were good. Check in was outside, and yes, it was cold and raining. The host was polite and helpful. The pool and camp store were closed for season. Price reflects Good Sam Discount. We would camp here again.
Camped here to visit Frankenmuth. Check in was easy and Host was polite. Camp sites were large, level and easy to get into. Hook ups were to the back of the site, good 50A or 30A service. The park has numerous trees, could not receive dish satellite. Received about 6 digital TV stations. Very little road noise. Only about 10% of sites occupied. Camped in a 37 ft Motorhome with a toad. Would camp her again.
We stayed two nights to visit the Villages. Pool and rec room were nice. Site was sized OK but sandy, with leaves and some grass. Road noise was very loud. I have normal hearing and had trouble sleeping. Roads were paved. We probably will stay here again.
This campground is top in quality. The pools are great. The Wi-Fi is free and great at site 283. The only complaint is the water coming out of the tap is slightly green. We used a Britta filter to clear the water up. The area is beautiful but stores are scarce. So stock up!
This CG is located a short drive from the town of Niagara on the Lake. We camped at site 62: had FHU/30amps, with a 37' self contained motorhome. Dish satellite and campsite WiFi reception were excellent. Local TV was poor. A key and deposit are required to use the bathrooms, so I don't have a comment. Shotgun blasts sound off from early morning to early evening. This is to scare the birds away from the vineyards. The CG sites are old, dirty (very little grass), small and just not pleasant to look at. The CG roads and entrance are not big rig friendly. The pool and sport fields are excellent. There are NO Refunds! We camped here because of the close proximity to the beautiful town of Niagara on the Lake and Niagara Falls. We would camp here again for that reason only.
I agree with all of the information reported by the previous camper. I camped in site 4 of the 12 pull through sites. I camped in a 37' Motorhome with tow, and it was very tight to get in the site. When I exited the site their was not enough room for the turn. My left back wheels and tow fell into a drainage ditch. Damage was minor but scary! The pull through sites were not very well thought out and I would say this is not a big rig friendly campground. Also, the lodge and restaurant (which offered free Wi-Fi) closed on June 30, 2010. Other than that the Park is BEAUTIFUL! We would like to camp here again. We will see.
Southern Oaks is a well laid out campground, clean and friendly. The pool and club house are very nice. The campsites are grass and were not mowed. The office is on summer hours, open 8AM to Noon. Our campsite was 58 and the WiFi was excellant. We will camp here again.
The CG is large, clean and beautiful. But the trains running by the CG are loud and they vibrate ground. The pool is large and very clean. The CG has everything necessary to keep the children occupied. The campsites are large, Wi-Fi was excellent and satellite reception was great. We would love this CG if not for the trains.
The Wildwood Conservation Area is a large campground and day park, located on a very large beautiful lake. Boating, fishing and hiking are wonderful. Children's programs and safe playgrounds are offered. The staff are friendly and helpful. The roads are somewhat paved and in terrible shape. The campsites are large, grassy and shaded. Dish TV satellite was receivable. The bathrooms and laundry facilities were limited and sub par. Sewage pump out was offered weekly for $20.00. Daily camping fee was pricey, $36.00, but if you camp monthly the fee drops to $22.00. The surrounding towns, St. Marys and Stratford, are beautiful to visit. We camped here for two months and plan to return next year.
The previous reviewers are correct: this campground is very worn. The roads are paved, but small. The campsites are very small and unlevel. My 37 ft motorhome barely fit into the campsite. Our towdolly and car had to be parked in the next site. Dish satillite could not be received, due to the trees. Several planes flew overhead during the day, but not at night. The tennis courts had grass growing through the cracked blacktop. The indoor pool was clean and a good size. The office person was very friendly and helpful. Ottawa is a beautiful city and well worth the expense. We camped three nights and enjoyed Ottawa.
The campground is located across the street from the beautiful Trent River. The owners are new to the campground and appeared to have a limited knowledge of camping. They offered clean bathrooms, clean laundry room and a camp store. Wi-Fi was available for a fee. The FHU 30 amp electric campsites are small, grassy, unlevel and unattractive. The 15 amp w/water sites offered a beautiful view of the Trent River. A $10.00 fee was charged to dump, for those camping in the non FHU sites. The roads are paved but small, curved and uphill. The campground is located on the side of a mountain and are not friendly to navigate. We don't plan to return.
Entrance to the campground is via a single lane paved road. The price reflects Good Sam discount. We camped in a pull thru site. It was long enough to handle the Motorhome and tow, but very narrow. There was no view to speak of. The pool was small and the water was clear, but contained many dead bugs. We camped here for one night.
The campground and recreation room/office were very neat and clean. Our site was #28, a pull thru. The wifi was excellant, all hook-ups looked new, the site was level and we received a good satillite signal.