We have stayed at this campground many times before. Although I enjoyed my stay, I wasn't quite as impressed this time around. The rate has increased, but they don't seem to be putting as much work into the campground. Our site was terribly unlevel and the grass on some of the sites were almost knee high before they took care of it. Very empty when we were here. Utilities including 60 channel cable worked well. Got Wi-Fi for three of the six days, as it was quite expensive. (Should be free with the high daily rate.) The Wi-Fi was very good, however. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. We'd return again.
Good overnight stop. Convenient to I-95. Felt price was about $5 a night too high, but they are investing the money into fixing this place up. They've put a lot of work into sprucing this place up. Site was nice as was the dog run. Staff wasn't overly friendly, but were efficient. Utilities were good. Free Wi-Fi was outstanding. 40 channel DirecTV hookup had lots of premium movie channels, but the reception was fuzzy. Didn't have a chance to try the pool. Would stop here again for overnight or a few days to go to Kings Dominion.
Not impressed with this campground. Pros: pool was nice with lots of activities, lazy river just Ok. Beach was fine. W/E/S were good as well as 50 channel cable. Free Wi-Fi was fast. Bathrooms were outstanding. Staff was very friendly. Sites were nice size for being by the ocean. Nice snack bar. Close to attractions. Cons: Felt this place was overpriced as compared to others in the area. Roads aren't paved leaving things very dusty! Picnic shelter location made our spot nearly impossible to get out of. This campground lacks the landscaping the Big three campgrounds farther south have making it seem more like a parking lot. Our bikes were stolen. (Didn't reflect this in the rating as it wasn't the campground's fault.) Limited to no security made this place feel not as secure as the other campgrounds. Beach wasn't as large as at the other campgrounds. Overall, I was not impressed with this campground and would likely return to another park instead as it was a couple dollars cheaper a night and IMO a nicer campground.
$49 base rate ($54 w/tax). Immaculate campground. The site we picked was beautifully landscaped. Park is meticulously taken care off 2 nice pools, friendly staff, and clean restrooms. Outstanding views of the intercoastal and saw the most vivid rainbow I've ever seen here. Heard restaurant was nice, but didn't try. Utilities were good including 70 channel cable and fast free Wi-Fi. Had no problems with the 50 amp electric. Free public beach parking at beautiful Coligny park. I was very disappointed with Tybee Island but absolutely loved Hilton Head. I absolutely recommend this place!
Pretty campground on a small lake. Staff was very friendly. All utilities worked well including the 60+ channel cable. Free Wi-Fi could stand to be improved a little. Laundry price was very affordable and propane dryers dried clothes in a heartbeat. Trailer wash was good. Nice pool. Our pull-through was sandy but level and reasonably roomy; however, some sites were close together. About a 25 minute drive into Savannah. We would certainly stay here again when visiting Savannah or even as an overnight stop on our way to/from Florida. (Less than 1 mile from I-95.)
Very nice, new campground. Our site was huge and offered a great view of the river. Convenient for visiting friends in Emerald Isle. Bathrooms and showers were nice. Beautiful pool with a great waterslide. W,E,S worked fine as did the 70 channel cable. I could never connect to the Wi-Fi when I was here. Would certainly stay here again.
This was a descent overnight campground in the past, but is really in poor condition now. Office staff were friendly and professional. Pool was maintained and a welcome relief to the 106 degree heat. Campsite was long enough, but terribly unlevel. Wi-Fi was outstanding from our site in the front of the campground. Cable was not available when we were here due to Comcast switching over to digital. Park is WAY OVERPICED for the condition it's in. Should be $20 a night. Bathrooms and showers were spotless. Hopefully someone buys this campground soon and fixes it up as there aren't that many campground choices around.
Nice campground with friendly staff. Site was long enough for our 38' fifth wheel to stay hooked up. Campground is fairly convenient to I-81. Nice pool which the office kept open late due to the 97 degree heat. All hookups worked well. Excellent Wi-Fi at our site right near the office. Cable (DirecTV) had 36 channels and worked fine. The heat didn't help the smell from nearby farm lands. We would certainly stay here again.
We camp here several times a year as it is close to our home in Syracuse. The sites are vey spacious, but certain sides can be very muddy. if you get one of these sites they will put stones down on the muddy areas upon request. The pool is nice, the campground is well-kept and the ponds are pretty. The cable TV was pretty good. My only complaint is every time we go there the Wi-Fi has been horrendous. Half the time it doesn't work at all and even when it does the page times out because it is so slow. Would love to see them fix this problem. We are are going back in October and will be staying in a different part of the park, so I'll be able to see if the Wi-Fi works any better there.
First the good. The River was pretty, the cable and wi-fi were outstanding, and this campground has the many activities for children. The owners are also very good business people in the way they have found innovative ways to make as much money possible to accommodate the short camping season in New York. However, the "supersite" we stayed on was very narrow and possible the most unlevel site we have ever seen. This campground is really designed for trailers under 30 ft. Also the 30 Amp electric was very poor and desperately in need of updating as the voltage was extremely low. Also, this campground is designed very poorly in the way that the river sites or only accessible by one narrow dirt road making it very difficult to leave after a busy Labor Day weekend because the road isn't even close to being wide enough for two campers to pass each other. The dump station is also located along this narrow road complicating matters even more. Lastly, several sites were very muddy to the point where one motorhome had to be pulled out of their site with a tractor. I'm not sure we'll return to this campground.
Not a terrible campground. A little outdated. Our site was decent sized. The water is terrible, full of iron that does stain your sink and toilet and leave an odor on your body. Sometimes it's hardly a problem, but other times it is. The other hookups worked fine. The Cable TV had around 60 channels. Overall, this is the best choice for us to visit family in Kane.
Very nice resort-type campground. Sites were tiered and private. Pools were nice and staff was helpful. The Cable TV didn't work at our site, so we had to plug in to the next site. Comcast never showed up to fix it (they lock the pedestals to keep campground staff from trying to fix it). Highway noise is minimal. Wi-Fi works well, but it isn't free so I expect it to. Would stay here the next time I visit Gettysburg.
Nice campground for exploring Williamsburg. The sites were landscaped nicely and offered a concrete parking pad and patio. The sites were a little tight though. The pool was a little too small. Park was kept up very nice and the landscapers are constantly working. Bathhouse was nice, but needed to be air-conditioned. The Wi-Fi was terrible, unusable most of the time. The 45 channel DirecTV offered by the park was decent and provided premium movie channels. We've stayed both here and the KOA and would say it's pretty much a toss-up.
Nice campground. Nice sites. Good Cable (over 70 channels) and Wi-Fi. Convenient to I-95 as well as outlet mall. Staff was friendly and courteous. Great showers. Would use this again as an overnight stop.
Decent park for overnight or exploring Jacksonville. Nice flea market next door. Site maintenance wasn't as good as previous visits. The sites could use mowing more often. Nice, small pool. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi was down for our visit, but the Cable TV worked well and offered a large channel selection. We would stay here again.
Amazing! Easily the nicest campground we have ever stayed at. Everything was immaculate. The bathrooms and showers were spotless. Disney transportation was slow, but guests get free parking at the Disney parks anyway. My only major complaint is the lack of Wi-Fi available at the site. our site was a large, private back-in not far from the Settlement. Site utilities were great. The Cable System is owned by Disney and services all their resorts, so it was largely based on Disney and park information channels. The pool and waterslide were great. The theme parks also didn't seem too crowded for our stay in mid August. We were also surprised that there were no bugs! We would highly recommend this campground and certainly want to return.
Campground is beautiful and well-kept. The pool and waterslides look nice, but weren't open yet. Not much to do in the area. Activities at the campground are limited this time of year. Sites, although back-ins, were very roomy (a lot more room than on the super sites). The small lake was beautiful at night with many lights. Hookups were good. Wi-Fi was reliable as was the 70+ channel cable TV. My only real complaint was the subpar bathrooms. The amount of showers was very insignificant for the size of the campground and one of the showers was broken. Would love to return to this park during the summer.
Most sites are wooded. Thought the rate was a little high, but a lot of amenities were offered (cookies, pet playground, jumping pillow, etc.), so we understood the rate. College kids worked the campground, but were very friendly and helpful. Hookups worked well. Wi-Fi was descent. The campground offers Cox Cable with about 70 Channels. This service was a little fuzzy, but still worked fine. Overall, this campground seems to have improved since our last stay in 2006. I would recommend this campground.
For $20 per night, we got a paved pull-through site with 50 AMP electric, water, sewer, and Cable. It is a nicely kept campground with friendly service. Good Cable and nicely landscaped sites. It is a good base for exploring the area. I would highly recommend this campground.
First of all the rate I listed is just an estimate because I am not completely sure what the rate was. This campground is well shaded and is convenient to civil war battlefields. Cable was not working on our site, but the workers/ staff were very friendly and fixed it for us. The "cable" offered is 24 channel DirecTV that had a kind of fuzzy picture. The Wi-fi was a little slow but worked better than the year before when we stayed there. The pool was nice. I would stay here again overnight or for a weekend.
This is an older well kept campground. We stayed over Columbus Day weekend and all sorts of planned activities were offered. (Bingo, Hayride, Haunted House, etc.) This is a very family oriented campground. The camp hosts were very friendly. This is a family run campground that is fairly large in size, but the owners were extremely organized. The entrance road is steep, but we had no trouble with a 37' fifth wheel and tow vehicle. The on site waterfalls were beautiful. I don't think 50 amp service is offered. The 30 AMP service wasn't the greatest we've experienced. Cable TV (Time Warner) with about 80 channels is available for $2.50 a night. This park is very reasonably priced at $28 per night base rate for full hookups ($31 on holiday weekends.) This campground is a good base for exploring Letchworth State Park, but the Arts and Crafts festival at Letchworth over Columbus Day forced bumper to bumper traffic through the park and made it hard to enjoy. I would recommend this campground for anyone wanting to tour Letchworth or just relax for a weekend or long weekend. I would stay here again
This campground is one of the best ever. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. We were having truck problems, so they held our site for us for free for two extra days in case we needed to stay longer even though it was a deluxe patio site. There was also a mechanic living on site with his wife who was a traveling nurse, and the staff went a knocked on his door to see if he could look at our truck. He was friendly and told us it was something that could wait a little longer and even offered to work on it right there for us. The pool was nice. Our Deluxe patio site was awesome. The hookups were excellent. The cable was some of the best I have experienced while camping. It offered an extensive list of channels and had a flawless picture. The Wi-Fi was speedy, even in the back of the campground. I would rate this campground higher if I could. I would highly recommend staying here.
This is a well-kept campground very close to DC. it is easy to ride metro bus from the campground to the metro rail station in College park. it is also close enough to park at metro and ride metro rail into town. This is our second stay here, first was in 2002. Most of the sites are very small. We got a pull-thru site which was long, but still didn't offer much room. It was typically hot while we were there with temperatures in the mid 90s, so the pools were a welcome relief. The pools were beautiful and well maintained. There was a nice snack bar, TV room, store, and office. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Site hookups were so-so. The 41 Channel DirecTV they offered was fuzzy, but did offer 5 HBO Channels. The Wi-Fi was extremely slow on our site as well. This campground also has great policies. If you don't like your site you can switch sites, and if for any reason you wanted to leave early they will refund your money, and not charge a processing fee. Overall, this is a well-maintained campground, and I would recommend it to anyone wishing to explore DC.
This a large mostly seasonal campground. The lake front access was good. The sites in the wooded section were large and can accommodate big rigs, but the sites in open section are harder to get into and don't offer as much room. The pool is cold as it is not heated. The seasonals are terribly unfriendly. This campground is also very loud, especially at night, but security doesn't do anything about it. Our relatives heard a golf cart pull up to their site at night, and heard the people say "let's see if we can wake them up." I guess I'm used to the campgrounds in Myrtle Beach where everyone is friendly and respectful (including the seasonals) and everybody is very quiet by 11:00 P.M. Beach closes every time there is any waves. The office staff is extremely inexperienced, some of the worst I have ever seen. On arrival they don't even ask you if you have any of the discounts they offer. The park is doing what they can to eliminate the dumpy seasonals. Overall, this is a descent campground that offers a lot to do, but it is somewhat poorly run. Wi-Fi is now available in the courtyard only.
We come back year after year. We spent two weeks in August of 2007, and are spending 16 nights in July of 2008. I recommend staying on a wooded pull thru site because they are a lot larger and roomier than the open sites near entrance. The lakefront is a bit rocky, but there is a beautiful view. Sunsets are beautiful. This campground is huge and does cater to seasonals as most campgrounds do. There is plenty to do at this campground between walking, biking, shuffleboard, tennis, 2 pools, and the beach. Each site has a large concrete patio which is nice with all the sand. Although our site was a ways from the water, we could hear the crashing of the waves at night. One thing I didn't like is when the waves got above three feet the lifegaurds would always close the beach. Haven't they seen the ocean before? I guess I could see why they would close it when there were ten feet waves though. The beach is large with a paved sidewalk. As for hookups: Each site had 30 & 50 Amp electrical service, water, sewer, and 79 Channels of Time Warner Cable TV watched worked very well. The only things was being a large campground on well water, the water pressure wasn't very good, and I wish they had WI-FI. I would reccommend this campground.
Nice campground. We have camped here for years. Be careful if you are a big rig because there is a limited amount of sites that can accommodate big rigs. Pull through sites 211-237 are the only sites I would recommend for big rigs; there are other sites that can accommodate big rigs without much problem. Those sites can be a bit tight if booked, but we managed fine with our 37' quad slide fifth wheel. The weather was very cold, so water had to be turned off at night. Comcast Cable TV worked pretty well with 68 Channels. It was nice to have The Weather Channel to keep us updated on the Winter Storm Watch. The pools look decent. There is a game room. There is plenty to do in the Hershey area no matter what season. The park has a free shuttle to Hershey park and Chocolate World that leaves frequently. This saves a lot of money on parking. We are returning next summer in August. The campground is pretty reasonable considering you're in a resort area. I would reccomend this campground.
This is the same campground as the Herkimer KOA listed below. We really enjoyed our stay. Our Riverfront site, site 63, had plenty of room and a gorgeous view. The low nightly rate is because we camped in May over the buy Friday night and get Saturday night free, so that averaged out to $19 a night. Great access to the diamond mine right across the street. It was a beautiful, sunny, mild weekend so weather wasn't a problem. Time Warner Cable worked good with 75 channels. Campground wasn't huge in size and didn't have much activities, but we didn't care. We plan on going back again next year for the free night.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are roomy. Time Warner Cable came in excellent with probably 75 Channels. Good access to area attractions. Close to Wal-Mart and mall. Next to a nice residential neighborhood. Grasse River right accross the street. Nice swimming pool. Friendly staff. Campground was full over Labor Day weekend. I would recommend this campground.
This is a nice campground. It is big, and the new sites in the back are nice the way they are landscaped. They are big rig friendly and easy to navigate. The pools are beautiful, but the water was cold with temperatures only in the 70s. The Comcast Cable was good with about 65 Channels. The staff were friendly enough, and the overall visual appeal of this campground is good. Golf cart rentals are also available which is nice due to the fact the campground is spread out. The bathrooms and showers also seemed pretty clean. I would recommend this campground.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds I have ever stayed in. There is a beautiful office. The pool was decent, and overlooked the river. The sites were beautifully landscaped, and easy to get into although a bit close together. That was not a problem because the campground was nearly empty, so the site next to us was only filled a couple of nights. The bathrooms were immaculate. The cleanest I have ever seen in a campground. They were cleaner than a lot of home bathrooms. The showers had a private dressing room and glass doors into the shower. The Comcast Cable was very good with 70 channels or more. The campground manager and the other employee working there were probably the nicest people I have met working at a campground. This campground is a lot more expensive than other campgrounds in the area, but it is the only true resort. I would highly recommend this campground.
The main reason we didn't rate this park higher is because we were promised a site that was big rig friendly. The site we were given was inland, and the road to get to it was narrow with trees near the road and low hanging tree branches. Took a long time to get into site because a tree blocked part of the main parking area. Others were nice enough to let us park on their site because there was no room for our truck. All the large inland sites were given to pop-ups. The lazy river was terrific. Good beach access, but for some reason there was a lot of seaweed this year. Busy campground over 4th of July. Time Warner Cable was good with over 70 Channels. Plan on returning next year in the end of July- beginning of August, but staying on a beach area site. I would recommend this campground, but big rigs need to be careful. All oceanfront campgrounds in this area are similar. The staff does seem to be pretty friendly. The game room is very small with many broken games which was a disappointment because Lakewood has a huge, beautiful game room.
This is a beautiful park. Stayed here over Columbus Day (October 6-10) and the weather was terrific. It was around 90 degrees everyday! The campground was very well maintained. The staff were very accommodating. Our site, I believe it was J 11, a large, roomy pull thru with a blacktop parking pad. The Comcast Cable TV was very good with over 65 channels. This campground is very convenient to Wildwood and Cape May. We stayed here after Holly Shores didn't answer us back, and are very glad. The sites at Holly Shores are not big rig friendly and the overall appearance there isn't as nice. The only campground in the area that can compare to Seashore Campsites is Beachcomber, but there the sites aren't as attractive either. I would highly recommend this campground, although it could feel a little crowded during the summer. Hope to visit this park again in April 2008. Oh, I'm also pretty sure wi-fi is now available.
Another great stay! Have stayed here many times and always look forward to coming back. Great stop over on our way to Myrtle Beach from Syracuse,NY. The pool was clean and refreshing. The owners and staff were friendly. The cable tv had over 70 channels and worked very well. Wifi had a very strong signal. I would definitely recommend the deluxe patio site. It is worth the money. The site was very long and shady. It had a large grassy area. The patios were beautiful and came with nice furniture. We spent two nights. Excellent overnight stop!
Right next to Interstate 70. We just stayed overnight. They gave us a site that was barely long enough for us to stay hooked up. The pool was decent. There is 24 Channel satellite TV through DirecTV available. The sites at this campground are okay. If you are looking to visit Denver there might be better options because this campground is quite aways east of Denver (at least 30 miles.) Overall, this is a decent overnight stop. The staff is friendly and helpful. They told us the best time to leave in the morning to beat the Denver rush hour. I would probably recommend this campground.
Most beautiful view you have ever seen. At night when the sun would set the towering rocks would glow and the mountains would appear purple. There is a nice pool at this campground. The sites are 100% dirt and close together, but what do you expect in the desert? There is Cable TV with 18 stations. One of the stations is The Weather Channel, so you can check the local Moab forecast before you go to the local national parks. We were only able to spend three nights, but wished we could stay longer. Moab is a neat little town. Arches Nat'l Park is a must see. We didn't make it to Canyonlands but heard it was nice to. The staff in the office is very helpful and spend a lot of time while checking in to tell you the must sees in Moab. The reason I didn't give this campground a 10 was because the sites weren't fantastic and the campground could use some minor improvements. I would recommend this campground for sure.
Good overnight stop. Only 8 sites with 50 amp service. Pull-thrus are long but narrow. Swimming pool in back of campground. 59 Channel Cox Cable TV is available. This campground has a dirt access road. This campground is close to Interstate 70.
Stayed here for one night. Nice campground, but there is a lot of highway noise. Over 70 cable channels are available. I believe there is an extra fee of $3 a night though. Sites are long and have a lot of room. They are side-by-side hookups, so you have to share your yard with your neighbor. There is a small pool. This campground is convenient to I-90. This campground is across the street from Lake Erie. I would recommend this campground.
Pros: Paved roads and sites. They have cable TV with over 70 channels from Time Warner. The bathrooms are spotless. It is a beautiful campground and well kept. The sites are fairly long and spaced widely apart, so there is a large grassy area at each sites. They also have pretty pond view sites. Cons: Very, very expensive for what they offer. Nothing at all to do for kids. Lifeguards at pool barely allow you to move. They are never any activities going on. This campground is primarily for people who want to spend the whole entire day at the casino. Oh, also, every time it rains all the sites flood and become a pond. I would not recommend this campground to people who have children.
We stayed a total of three times at this campground. The owner seems pretty nice. We were promised a site right next to our relatives, but were put far away from them. This upset us. There is a lot to do at this Koa, and the bathrooms seemed clean. The sites are extremely close together and have tree branches hanging down. Part of our roof was torn as a result. There is a big rig friendly part of this campground, but the sites there only have water & electric. This campground is close to beautiful Canandaigua. There is no cable at this campground, and the owner doesn't plan on adding it any time soon. Your antennae can receive Rochester and Syracuse stations though. I would recommend this campground if you have a small RV or have children.
Beautiful campground in the Appalachian Mountains. The big rig pull throughs were huge and and grassy. There is a beautiful view from the campground. There is an ice cream parlor, game room and a few rides that are owned by the campground. Every RV site has a free Satellite TV hookup. The Satellite TV has around 28 Channels and is provided by DirecTV. This service came in extremely clear. There are also many sites in this park that are Dish-friendly. The pool was beautiful and had a mushroom and water slide. The roads were well maintained. There was an excellent restaurant on the premises. The chef even came out and asked everybody how their meal was. The food was very reasonably priced. The store seemed to have quite a bit of stuff. I would recommend this campground campground.
This campground was okay. There are no really nice campgrounds in the Williamsburg area. The employees were very friendly and helpful. Trees make this park not too big rig friendly. A motor home behind us ruined his brand new motor home because the sites were very hard to get into. The bathrooms looked okay but not great. I don't know if it was just our site or what cable reception was poor. The pool was very nice but too warm. All four days we were there were over 100 degrees.I would recommend this campground because of friendly staff and there is nothing better.
This is a beautiful campground. Every site is concrete a concrete patio. For being at the ocean, the sites were piled that closely together. There aren't any sites that you can see the ocean from, but there are sound view sites. The beach is clean and large and doesn't have lifeguards. I think the base rate for the campground is in the $60s, but additional charges raise the rates. Cable TV was available for $3 a night. I would recommend this campground.
First of all, I'm not completely sure about the nightly rate. We had no problem getting a full hook-up site. The site we were on was kind of close to the site next to us because we were on a site directly across from the lake. It was pretty to see the water out of our mountain view windows. The sites in the front part of the campground are spaced better and offer a lot of shade. Most sites offer cable tv. There was around 70 cable channels available through Adelphia. We just stayed at this campground for one night. The people working in the office were very friendly. I would recommend this campground for people looking for a decent overnight stop or a nearby weekend getaway.
Excellent park! Very good Cable TV with 65 Channels. Tons of activities. There are golf cart rentals, but you don't see too many. The sites are very big and reasonably spaced. There is a lot to do for children. The reason I didn't give this campground a 10 was because the price was a little high especially because the water slides hadn't been completed yet. This did give us a gift card with some money back though. I would definitely recommend this campground.