Excellent location close to the city and shopping but in the country. Just off highway 370, but the levy blocks noise and view of the park. Archery, hiking, biking, kayaking, and fishing. Laundry and clean restrooms. 24/7 patrol by city park rangers. Only drawback is trees are saplings, so no shade.
We found this park because Ledges State Park was full. It's a small camp, but nicely shaded with big trees. Power pedestals are shared between units, as is water. There are also two non-electric sites, $11. Sites are mostly grass, no gravel or pad, so it could be dicey in wet weather. Picnic tables and fire rings provided. This is a family campground, mostly locals, and friendly.
This park is very convenient to the Badlands National Park, just off Hwy 44, and maps and info are available in the office. Friendly staff. Some picnic tables needed upgrading. Sites are fairly closely spaced but pull-through, so convenient. Breakfast is available at the park. The camping rate is better than the one in the park, and it was electric only.
The rate reflects summer rates and per day rate based on one month stay. It has a great pool. Fishing in the river on the campground. Every facility you might want, but some inactive except November - March, when rates are double the summer rate. Lovely huge trees throughout the park, but not so much in the pull-thru RV area. We picked a spot amongst the mobile homes, which was nicer, we thought. Sewer hookups are ancient and could use upgrading, ie no screw mount so leaks/fumes can be a problem. Sitting outside at night exposes you to "no see-ums" which are tiny gnat like biting insects. Some people have allergic reactions to the bites and they swell up like mosquito bites.
Price reflects $10 discount for getting a "player card" from the casino. Campground is a gravel parking lot encircled by a concrete wall with a gate to the casino on one end and a driveway entrance on the other. Two restaurants within walking distance. A very basic place to park for the night, and that's all, but the price was right.
This park used to be Rita Blanca State Park, now run by the city of Dalhart. About a mile outside town on Farm to Market road 281. There is a small lake with a fishing area, grassy areas, picnic tables. RV sites are on a gravel lot, but full hookups, and a view of the lake which was full of snow geese. Looks bare in March, but is probably lovely later in the year when the trees are green. Not a destination spot, but a good overnighter and an alternative to the private campground in town.
Pristine park, this is a Co-Op Escapee park, and rate reflects Escapee member price and 30A service. Beautiful park with lots of amenities, nice laundry, pool, clubhouse, etc. Really a great spot, next to BLM property so it is quiet and remote.
Lovely park, and right in the middle of town, too. Nearby trolley stop takes you to downtown San Diego and beyond. Nice walking trails, children's playground, lots of open space. Put this one on your A list.
Not much to this park. It's basically a gravel parking lot with hookups, but adequate for an overnght. Price is for Escapees members, but they do accept non-members for a higher price. Friendly staff, 24 hour laundry. Good for an overnight stay.
Very friendly park with lots of spaces. We were led to our space by an employee in a golf cart who checked the water, made sure power was switched off to avoid surge, and asked if we needed anything else. Many spots taken by oil rig workers working in the area. This park is just off the interstate, but we didn't notice traffic noise. Propane available. 15% discount for FMCA, Good Sam, Escapees, or AARP. Not much going on here except for camping, but they do have a little camp store. I'd stay here again. It is a good overnight spot.
This is a smaller city campground, right on the bank of the river, and across the river from Little Rock. It's a very secure park, surrounded by a wall and locked at nite with a code for the gate. Perfect place for adults who want to stay close to the city and see the sights. Not much to do on the campground itself, but there's a nice riverfront park you can walk to. I'd have rated it higher if it had more amenities. I'd stay here again when in Little Rock.
If there were sewer hookups this would be a 10. Price reflects Senior Pass discount. This park is off the beaten path, but well worth the trip. Gravel pads. Ours was under mature trees so no satellite but no big deal. We were in site 10 with alovely sunset view on the water. If you are in the area, this is the one.
Super clean park run by city of St Peters. Full time Ranger on premises. Washers & dryers. Fishing lake, bike/walking paths, boating, safe for kids. Nice sites lacking shade (camp is new), 5 minutes from Mid-Rivers Mall and shopping, just off 370 bypass. Best priced park in the area. Stay 7 days, pay for 6.
This is a gem... little campground run by the county and right on the lake. Has it's own fishing/boat dock and is adjacent to a free boat launch ramp. The sites are tucked in amongst mature trees. Gravel surfaces to park on. The pull-through spots are tight, we had a 30' motorhome, and it was OK, but might be tough in a 40' or more unit. Call ahead for a reservation, and ask for a waterfront spot. Bring your boat, or not. No sewer hookup, but if you're here for a long weekend, no problem, just dump on the way out.
This ex-KOA campground has the typical KOA layout. A few smaller trees, most just grassy. Our assigned space was not marked, had to dismount the coach and look around to see the number layout before I could verify our spot. Roads in need of gravel. Sites are grass, no rock or concrete. Showers were not available as hot water heater was broken. Pool was empty, not available either. Office smelled musty, was cluttered. Store area converted to junk storage. Elderly couple who own the place were friendly. The campground needs influx of cash to update and spruce up, but it was an OK place for an over nite, and the price was right.
Spent 3 1/2 months here this winter. Friendly staff and residents, mostly snowbirds. Many are park models, but probably 100 sites available for RVs. No tents or pop-ups. Lots of activities available ranging horseshoes and shuffleboard to power model boats, bridge, and wood shop. A mix of Americans and Canadians. Lovely large oaks shade many sites. Some of the sites have marginal water and sewer hookups that haven't been updated in many years. Great location on the Bradenton River.
This is an OK place for an overnight. Used to be KOA, but is not any more. Looks a bit tired and run down. Clean showers and restrooms, and pool was clean. Mini golf needs TLC. Next to a truck stop lot so ask for a spot away from the trucks. Walk to Steak and Shake. Some semi-permanent campers. I felt safe.
Beautiful, secluded park with mature trees, on the lake. Would rate higher if it had sewer hookups (dump available). Level gravel sites with picnic table and fire pit. Adjoining boat ramp and park has its own boat dock and fishing pier. At the end of a dead end road, quiet, private. And, a bargain!
5 year old smaller park, but pristine. Nice clubhouse and pool. Class A motorhomes allowed along the riverfront with a great view, but all others relegated to the second row. Friendly staff. Very private. Watched sunset over the river, and saw 3 wild turkeys, and fish jumping in the river. Interesting shopping just up the street. No restaurant on site or in walking distance.
It is a large well kept park with lots of stuff for kiddies to do: bike/trike rental, two pools, hot tub, miniature golf, bouncy cushion. Fishing w/Cherokee license $10. It is a quiet, good location. There is a camp store, and cafe. We were a group of 7 in an RV and a tent.