Park is nicely maintained. It is near the interstate but the noise was not an issue to us. Park is all gravel with sites varying in length. Nice spacing between the sites and I like that they put up a row of nicely trimmed bushes between each site for privacy. Some sites are shaded and some out in the open (great for satellite use). Our site was not very level (side to side) so leveling blocks were needed. Wi-Fi was free and worked great during our stay. Typical KOA in that I believe it is over-priced for the area, but it is a nice park for an overnight stay or a stop to see Calico ghost town.
Nothing special and overpriced. Park is within 100 yards of a major, high traffic, train line, with trains coming by multiple times a hour. Fortunately, they do not have to blow their horns so you just hear a rumble. Park is desert, with the sites being dirt/gravel. Sites are level, long and have nice spacing between them. Wi-Fi was free and worked great. Town is small and mostly just Route 66 gift shops with a couple of restaurants. OK for an overnight stop, but you must be OK with the trains.
Nice level gravel sites, but are close together. Interior roads are paved. Park is very well maintained. Wi-Fi is free and worked great during our stay. The airport is nearby and the flight path is right over the park which can be very noisy at times with private planes taking off. The train tracks are on the other side of Route 66, which runs in front of the park, so you will hear trains rumbling by, but did not hear any horns. Good overnight stop over park, but would not recommend for longer stays.
As previous reviewers have written the park appears to be a former KOA. It is nicely maintained and in decent shape. Roads and sites are dirt/gravel so dust is a problem. There are small trees and weeds between sites. The pull thru sites are long enough to handle any size rig and is was fairly level. The sites are fairly close together, so if the park is full, it will fill pretty cramped. Wi-Fi was free and worked great during our stay. I thought the park was over priced at $36 for a 50 amp pull thru (includes tax and Good Sam discount). We did check out the other parks in town and this is by far the best in appearance.
Very basic park that is OK for an overnight stop. It is right next to I-40 about 3 miles west of Shamrock, Texas. It is a field of blowing grass/weeds with gravel spaces. They have some very long pull through spaces that are level and have full hookups. Road noise is constant, but was not an issue for us. Winds do kick up during the day. Wi-Fi is free, but was not working during our stay. OK for a stop over.
Park is right off I-40 between Checotah and Henryetta. Because of the proximity to I-40 you do get road noise but we did not feel it to be overwhelming. Sites are gravel, long, and level with ample spacing with grass and trees between the sites. We had no problem using our satellite dish. Park and facilities are nicely maintained and staff were all friendly and helpful. They have an on-site cafe and will deliver to your site. We did not try them for our short stay so I cannot comment on the food, but having room service is a nice feature. A very nice KOA and priced as such. Wi-Fi was free but a little slow. I would highly recommend staying here.
Rate shown reflects Passport America discount. Park is a city owned park and rights on the banks of the river. The park is next to the pedestrian bridge that goes over the river to the Clinton Library. You can easily walk to the downtown area from the park. Park is all gravel with sites a little close but adequate. Park is enclosed with security gates as the surrounding area is not the best. Wi-Fi is free and fast. Great value and great location to see Little Rock.
Rate shown is based on weekly rate. This is our fourth stay at this park and we continue to love this place. We always plan our travels so that we can stop here at least once a year, either in the spring or fall to avoid the flooding and hot weather. The park is right on the banks of the Mississippi and only 6 miles from downtown Memphis. Sites are long and level with great views of the river. It is interesting, and relaxing, to watch the barge traffic. The laundry room is outstanding and best of all it is free. They do not have cable but you are close to Memphis so you do get over the air channels and the sites are all open so you can use satellite. The first row sites are concrete pads in both the fifth wheel and motor home sections. The other rows are rock/gravel. Roads are rock/gravel but the park wets downs the roads daily to control dust. Sites are very large with ample spacing between them. Wi-Fi is free but on this visit the service was in and out and slow when connected.
Rate shown is based on a monthly rate. This is our fourth stay in this park. We find it very convenient and picturesque when in the area. The park is on the quiet side of the Smokies (away from Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg) so you do not have all the traffic but still easy access to the National Park as well as a short drive into Knoxville. Sites and roads are dirt/gravel with grass and tress in between sites. Sites are sized nicely and they do have one row that has extra long pull thrus. Facilities are very nice and are well maintained. Wi-Fi is free but service can be spotty and slow. They have cable but we do not use it as we have satellite. I highly recommend the park if you want a peaceful Smoky mountain experience.
A very nice park. Not far from I-81, but no road noise as it is set back from the main road. Sites are long, level with ample space between each. Sites and roads are gravel with grass and a tree between most sites. Mainly an overnight park and it is a great value. Free Wi-Fi (adequate speed), cable TV, full hook-ups with nice pull thru sites. Park is nicely maintained. I would highly recommend as a stop over while on I-81.
Park is rustic, away from noise and activity. Great place to actually camp. Road to the park, about 10 miles from I-81 becomes very narrow, winding with lots of trees and bushes, big rigs beware. Park is smaller with lots and lots of trees. They do have some nice long pull thru spaces for bigger rigs that are easy to get into. Sites and roads are gravel and ours was level. I was able to use my satellite dish but it will be difficult in most spaces. They do have cable and free Wi-Fi (good speed). Verizon service is very weak. It is a nice park for a stop in Charlottesville or just to relax for a couple of days.
Nice park for an overnight stop. It is near I-81 and near Hagerstown and Martinsburg. Park is divided into two parts. The main section is hilly and has many trees. The other section is down the road a little bit and is made up of 8 pull-through spaces that are out in the open. We stayed in these pull-through sites so we could use our satellite (they do have cable). Site was nothing special and had significant road noise, which also impacts the main section of the park. The road is very busy. Sites and roads are gravel with grass in between. Our site was level, long and had adequate space between the next site. Wi-Fi is free, but we were not able to use it in the section we were in, so I cannot tell you if the speed is good. We just needed a spot to stop for a couple of nights and this fit the bill, otherwise it is nothing special.
Park is mainly a seasonal park with just a few transient spaces, none of which are lakefront. It is a peaceful setting and you are right at the lake. Pull thru sites were very long with nice spacing between them. They are gravel and level with grass in between sites. Roads are dirt/gravel. Sites are open so using satellite was easy as there is no cable. Wi-Fi is free, but does not work well at the sites. You have to go to the office to get a decent signal to do anything. Nice stop over for a night or two, but really nothing else.
Very nice park. The majority of the sites are seasonal but they are nicely kept up. The grounds are kept up nicely as are all the buildings. Lots and lots of huge pine trees, so lots of shade. They have trimmed the trees nicely so no problem for the rigs. Roads are paved but are a little tight down the rows. Sites are dirt and level. Some road noise but we did not find it to be a problem. Because of the trees I was not able to use satellite but they provide cable with a large digital and analog channel line up. Wi-Fi is free but only access is at the office or rec room, not at the sites. You are 6 miles from Lake George Village. A great, relaxing place to stay and enjoy ths Lake George area.
Nicely maintained park. Roads are a little narrow and sites could be longer for big rigs and their tow vehicle. Lots of space between sites. Sites and roads are gravel with grass in between. Our site was slightly off level. Big trees in between sites, but they do not impact rigs. Satellite service can be difficult at some sites, but they do have free cable with lots of channels. Wi-Fi is free and worked great for our stay. Most sites do not have sewer hookups. Nice KOA, but you do pay a little more than it is really worth.
I was disappointed that the previous reviewers did not mention the road noise as it is a big issue. The park is right next to Route 302, which is a busy road to the Interstate. During the day lots of trucks use the road and the noise was very high. At night traffic does subside and the noise lessens. Lots of trees and tight roads so big rigs need to be careful. Sites are gravel and not very level, but are decent size. Roads are dirt/rock. Hookups are a little concern on some sites as the water is on the wrong side (I needed a 50 foot hose). I was just able to get my satellite working, but it is difficult with all the trees. They do have free cable, which was very good. Wi-Fi is free, but it was hard to stay connected and it was slow. Verizon signal was very weak at the park. Place is kept up nicely and is a very nice rustic campground on a river. It is overpriced, but that is most likely because it is a KOA.
Park is just beautiful. It is mainly a park for seasonals but they do have some very nice transient spaces. Each space has a paved patio with table, chairs, swing and a fire pit. Sites are gravel, level and adequate in length. Most spaces have good room between them. Seasonal spaces are kept up very nicely as is the entire park. Buildings (except for office) and pool all look very new. Trees on property may hinder satellite reception and no cable is provided. Wi-Fi is free but not reliable and very slow most of the time. Park is out in farmland so noise is not an issue. Very peaceful yet you can see Montreal in the distance, about 20 miles away. I would have given it a 10 if the spaces were a little wider and the Wi-Fi was better.
Park is nicely maintained. Easy access from highway and not far from Quebec City. Main roads are paved, side roads are gravel as are sites. Grass in between sites. Sites are nicely spaced but could be a little longer for big rigs as parking your tow vehicle can be difficult. Be aware that for the non 50 amp sites the connections are shared so you may have your electric and water on the opposite side of your rig. Our site was level. Trees throughout the park, but I was able to use satellite. Park is busy during summer months and fills up fairly well each evening. Wi-Fi is free, but very, very slow. They have a shuttle (fee) into Quebec City and offer various tours. There is no fee for the shuttle if you take a tour. Many things for kids to do and activities are scheduled each day. Nice KOA and was worth the price for being near a major tourist area.
The park is just a strip of land along the riverbank. The views are just fantastic. You get full hookups on a pull-through site (they do have some back-ins away from the river) and fast free Internet. Sites are gravel as are roads. Our site took some leveling but nothing out of the ordinary. Nothing special except the views. Great overnight park or for a weekend.
Park is nicely maintained. It has a lot of land, but they cram all the sites in. Even the seasonals seemed very cramped. The transient sites are carved out between trees making the sites narrow, not long enough and are unlevel. Turns and tree limbs are a concern for big rigs. The interesting thing is the hook ups. Electrical and water are on a shared post, yet they direct you to all drive in the same way, meaning one site will have connections on the opposite side. Then the sewer connections could be on the other side, very strange. Could be difficult to use satellite dish in most spaces, but they do have cable, for an extra $3 per day. Wi-Fi is free and worked OK. Some roads are paved, some are dirt/gravel. Sites are grass and gravel. Watch out for tree limbs. With the land they have they could have done a much better job with the spaces. Not sure what the other offerings are in the area, but I am not impressed with this one for the money.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Park is nicely maintained. It is very large but half the park is for primitive camping. Roads are dirt which is a drawback for dust and mud. Sites are gravel/grass and were long enough for our 40' fiver although our truck did have to park sideways in front of it. Ample spacing between the sites. Only the spaces in Section F around the edge are 50 amp (back-in). RV sections are open but surrounded by trees. If you want satellite in Section F, and 50 amp, you need to get odd numbered spaces 1-13. You can walk to the Cavendish Boardwalk and are very close to all the major attractions on Route 6. WiFi was free and was fast most of the time. Slowed as park traffic picked up in the evenings and weekends. We were very pleased with our stay and would recommend.
Rate shown is based on weekly rate. Park is nicely maintained and staff are very friendly. From what I can tell there are only a handful of 50 amp sites. The sites are long enough for big rigs and are level. Spacing between them is very nice. Sites are grass/gravel and roads are paved. Electric and water hookups are shared on some sites so it could be on opposite side and some distance away. Trees in the park and there are shaded sites as well as open sites for satellite access. Wi-Fi is free and had adequate speed. There is an 18 hole par 3 golf course as part of the park (although you do have to pay) and a driving range (you do have to pay). Close to downtown Moncton. We stayed a week and enjoyed our stay. We would come back.
There is a road that is between the park and the ocean. Oceanfront sites do get a nice view of the ocean and the traffic on the street is minimal. Interior roads are paved, sites are soft pea gravel or grass so there is a potential to get stuck after a rain. Hook ups are all in the back and on some sites on the opposite side so be prepared. Most sites seemed long enough to handle big rigs but spacing on some is fairly tight. Wi-Fi is free and was adequate. Most sites are open so getting satellite service was easy. For larger rigs I would highly recommend site 32 for the views as well as site 11 (for smaller rigs). The town of St. Andrews is less than a mile walk from the park. Nice park and a nice town. We did not realize we had booked for the weekend of Canada Day so we were the only Americans in the place, but had a great time with all the festivities in town for the holiday. I would highly recommend this park for a weekend stay.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Park is nicely maintained. Has many seasonals and full time residents with some very run down rigs and sites. However, the transient area is very nice with some seasonals along the edge. The transient area is out in the open with huge pull through sites that are extremely long. You could fit 3 rigs on the sites. The sites are level, made up of dirt/gravel and are very nicely spaced. Roads are paved. Wi-Fi is free and adequate, not really fast. Verizon service is good. Staff is helpful and very friendly. Park is 14 miles from the entrance to Acadia National Park and about 25 miles from downtown Bar Harbor. Very close to a Walmart and Home Depot. Good value for the area.
Park is maintained very well and has many improvements. Park is divided into four sections. The first, upfront, is seasonal and rundown. This section is covered by trees but just does not look appealing. The next section is a nicely maintained park model area. They have their own pool. Next is the new Black Forest area which has nice 50 amp sites, most are back-in. The last area is a huge primitive camping area. We stayed in the Black Forest area. The spaces are gravel and fairly level although ours did go downhill significantly so I could see an issue for a motorhome. Also the site could have been a little longer to allow us to park our tow vehicle easily. Sites have ample spacing with grass/dirt in between. The Black Forest area is open but has large trees surrounding it so I was not able to use my satellite. They do have a good cable package. My issues with this park are four. If you say you have Wi-Fi then it should be available in the entire park. I was never able to connect. The primitive area is huge so if it fills up during the summer months I would think the park would be noisy and have issues with the pool and bathrooms. The pool is way down at the front of the park. A very long walk for those in the primitive area and Black Forest area. Lastly, if you need a restroom/shower, you are going to have to walk to find one. Plus if the park is full these restrooms could be very busy as there are not that many.
Rate based on weekly rate. Nicely maintained campground. Park is entirely covered by very large trees, so no satellite access but they do provide cable TV with 25 channels. Roads and sites are gravel/dirt. Roads are very narrow and with all the trees it can be a little tricky to maneuver a larger rig around the place. Branches do not seem to be an issue. Most of the sites are back in and some are blind backing but the campground host was very helpful in escorting me and then directing me into my space, which was tricky due to the trees on the site. Wi-Fi is free and extremely fast. Laundry room is nice and inexpensive. There is train horn noise in the distance but really not much of an issue. Overall it is nice relaxing place to camp and still be close to a major city.
Park is nicely maintained. There are just a few seasonals and they are around the outer edge. Lots and lots of trees making the roads somewhat narrow but it was not an issue moving our 40' fiver around. Roads are gravel and sites are dirt/mulch/grass mix. Sites are good size and adequately spaced. If the park was full you may feel a little cramped. Wi-Fi is free and worked fine during our stay. I was just able to use our satellite dish but it is difficult with the trees. They do have cable with a good channel lineup. Park is off of busy US 6 but road noise was not an issue. The park is about half-way between Hyannis and Provincetown so it allowed us to see many of the sights the Cape has to offer. Laundry room is very nice but a little expensive at $3.00 per wash load. Staff was friendly and very helpful.
Park is secluded with lots of trees. Very peaceful and quiet. Many river sites. The majority of sites are occupied by seasonals but that is generally the case in this part of the country. Roads are dirt/rock as are the sites. With rain it does become muddy and the roads have potholes. Sites are not very level. Sites are large enough and have ample spacing so you do not feel cramped. Wi-Fi is free but is slow most of the time. We really enjoyed the park but they do need to put gravel down on the sites to level them out and fill the potholes on the road. Staff/owner very friendly and helpful.
In my opinion park is overpriced. It is close to attractions in the area and to the train into Hoboken so you can get to New York City. Interior roads are paved with sites being rock/gravel. The majority of the park is filled with workers from a pipeline but they have been placed in their own area, which is becoming quite junky. Lots of trees but the regular sites were open allowing us to use our satellite. Space between sites was fine. Wi-Fi was free and worked good during our stay. For the money I would have expected a better looking park. It was fine for our visit but probably would not come back.
Park is nicely maintained. Roads and sites are gravel. Our site did require some leveling. Many, many trees but well trimmed to not be an issue. However, the roads and sites can be a little tight to maneuver. Sites have decent spacing. Park is mainly seasonals, but there is an area dedicated to transients. Wi-Fi is not free and was an issue during our stay. Park is close to Wildwoods and the boardwalk as well as other area attractions. Nice park, good value.
Park is excellent. Very large and spread out over many acres amongst trees. However the pull through sites are out in the open allowing you satellite access. Sites are mostly gravel with the pull through sites being paved with a concrete pad. Sites are level and well spaced. Lots of seasonals in the park and it can be very busy on the weekends. The big thing is to drive golf carts around as most seasonals have them and others can rent them from the park. Wi-Fi was free but very slow. Park has lots of rules but we did not find it an issue. Staff was friendly and helpful. There is a rock quarry nearby so during the day you may hear some of the machinery going but, to us, was not annoying. Park is near the sights for Amish Country and an hours drive into Philadelphia.
Very nice park. Well maintained. Roads are paved, sites are gravel and fairly level. Sites have adequate spacing between them. Park has trees but many spaces are open which allowed us to use satellite dish. Interstate is nearby as is the busy entrance road, so road noise is constant but was not annoying or a problem during our visit. Lots of amenities in the park, very helpful staff. Free Wi-Fi that worked great for our visit. Close to Metro stops or you can take bus right from park to Metro station. Easy access to the Interstate. I would highly recommend this park if you are visiting the D.C. area.
Park is OK. Roads and sites are paved with decent spacing between sites. No amenities other than full hookups and all sites are pull-through. The space between sites is sand with some grass/weeds mixed in. We were there when it was not busy so only a handful of campers. The problem I see is when the park is busy is, where do you park your tow vehicle? The spaces are only long enough to handle a trailer or motorhome. You then have to park your vehicle on the sand next to your space or someplace else in the park. I am sure this makes the park very crowded during busy times. Park is near the Delaware and Maryland beach cities and you can walk to the state beach from the park. Nice views of the bay from the park.
Rate shown reflects a weekly rate. The park is very large and nicely maintained. The seasonal sites are congregated together. The sites are mostly pull thru and very long. Roads are gravel, sites are a mixture, some dirt, some gravel, some with a concrete pad. The one issue I see is that all the pull through sites are buddy sites, and if the park was full you would be very close and facing your neighbor. Since the sites are very long you would have to stagger the trailers to give you some privacy if you did not know your neighbor. It rained hard during our stay causing flooding at many sites. It made for a real mess of mud at many sites. Wi-Fi signal is strong, but the internet service is extremely slow - slower than dial-up at times. The handful of waterfront sites have very nice views and are well spaced which allows all to get a good view. Staff is very nice and helpful.
Park has seen its better days but it is under new ownership and renovations have begun. The bathhouse is just about done. Presently there is no laundry facility and the pool needs to be drained and cleaned. Sites are paved as are the interior roads. Sites are level and spacing between each is OK. The problem is that the majority of the sites are small in depth, making it difficult to park you rig and vehicle in the space. As a result I can see a real traffic problem if the park is anywhere near full. Cars would have to park on the roadway which would then make it difficult to back into spaces or maneuver around the roads. We were fortunate as it is off season and nobody was here. WiFi is free and works so that is a plus. Best value of the other parks on the island but you are far away from the major tourist sites. I would stay again only because of the price.
Rate shown reflects Good Sam weekly rate. Park is mainly made up of park models and long term residents. There are a few waterfront sites for transients but appear to be for smaller rigs. Otherwise, the transient sites are in the last row. The sites are pull through, very long, and level side to side. But front to rear, there is a hump in the row of sites which affect your leveling. Wi-Fi is non-existent at the sites. The park is a good value and the staff was very pleasant and helpful.
Park is nicely maintained. Sites are all pull through, long, level and well spaced. Trees are all around, but they have thinned out the ones in the park so that they do not impact rigs in their spaces or moving around, and it allowed for satellite access. Wi-Fi is slow but works; Verizon cell phone service was difficult. Park is a away from major services but a great place for a night or two to taste the wines at the winery that is part of the park, or just to relax. I would highly recommend this park for a weekend getaway.
RV park is part of a very large county park that has many amenities, including walking/biking trails, large dog park, large kid's playground and a climbing wall. Park is nicely maintained. RV park is heavily wooded with the roads being paved and the sites being packed dirt/gravel. Sites are fairly level, long and well spaced. You can get local TV channels, but satellite service may be a problem in the majority of spaces. Most of the pull through sites appear satellite service would work. Park is quiet and the staff is very helpful. Easy drive into Charleston, or you can take a daily shuttle from the park ($10 round trip). I highly recommend this park and we plan on staying again when back in the area.
Park is within walking distance of the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Other than that it does not have a lot going for it. Spaces are very close together on the non-door side (like touching). The park is part of the yard of the owner and all rock with some grass outside the door-side of sites. It is quiet and close to the Concord Mills, Wal-Mart, other shopping and race shops. Wi-Fi is free and very fast. Owner is very pleasant and helpful. Rate is for the premium site (only two of them), otherwise the cost is $20 per night, cash only. Restrooms and showers are portable units, so be prepared if you do not have a self-contained unit. We had a good experience but would be much different if the place was closer to full, it would be very cramped.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Park is small but size of spaces is adequate. Driving big rigs in the park can be a little treacherous with trees, narrow roads and tight turns. Trees are in abundance which makes using a satellite difficult. I did not see the trees impacting the rigs except for dropping pine cones. Sites are gravel and mostly level. Free cable and Wi-Fi. Close to large mall and Wal-Mart as well as the main part of Tupelo. Nice park to stay for a few days. You do get some road noise and some trains but to me it was not a big issue.
This is a park designed for overnight stops. Nice sized spaces with good spacing. Sites and roads are gravel with sites being level. Wi-Fi is strong, fast and free. Easy access to I-65 which means you do have highway noise plus there is a train nearby that does have to blow its horn. Close to Montgomery. We stayed a week as their weekly rate is $120. Highly recommend for an overnight stop or as place to stay while seeing Montgomery. Staff was very helpful and friendly.
The park is packed sand and gravel with some very, very tall trees. Sites are adequate for big rigs, but the interior sites can feel a little cramped. The real jewel are the back in sites along the water and a couple of sites that face the water, otherwise the park is nothing special. Wi-Fi and cable are free and are outstanding. Staff is very friendly. Satellite reception can be questionable from the interior sites due to the trees. Not much in the area but if you want to relax in your RV near the water this park is outstanding for this and reasonably priced for being on the water.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Park is nicely laid out with mostly pull thru spaces amongst the trees. Beware satellite users, it will be difficult to get a signal. The trees give lots of shade and are nicely trimmed so ass not to be a problem for big rigs. Sites and roads are gravel with grass in between sites. Sites are nicely spaced so you do not feel cramped. Wi-Fi was free and good and they do have satellite TV channels at each site. A very nice park nicely situated to the outlet malls, Golf Hall of Fame and all the St. Augustine sites. We stayed a week and enjoyed it.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Sites are gravel or grass and roads are gravel. The park is in the process of adding more sites. Basically it is a big grass field with marked off sites. Sites are big and wide with most being pull-through. Wi-Fi is free and fairly fast. Big issue is if you need to use shower and laundry as they are far away. Park is very nice and owner is very friendly and helpful. Park is close to all Savannah sites. Personally I think it is over priced at $45 to $55 per night. Beware, there is train noise and train horns all hours.
Rate shown is based on weekly rate and a Passport America discount. We stayed in the regular full hook-up sites and were a little disappointed. It is obvious all the money is put toward the premium sites up front. The regular sites are very uneven making it hard to level your rig and the roads are in need of repair. These regular sites are way over priced as are all the sites at this park, but you must take into consideration that you are inside Stone Mountain park. They do offer free WiFi and it does work, but as the number of campers increase the speed suffers dramatically. The park is beautiful and has much to offer and the campground is not bad, but be prepared to pay if you want to get a decent space.
Rate is based on weekly rate. Well maintained park. Long level pull thrus. Sites and interior roads are gravel. Good spacing between spaces. Wi-Fi is free and works great. Many trees provide shade but does not seem to impact big rigs getting around. The roads are a little narrow so turns with a big rig can be tight. Close to I-75 so access to all the sites is easy. Camping world is a couple of miles away. Long term residents are in a separate area in the park. You do get some airplane noise as the flight path for the local airport is overhead. Great value and a nice park, I would stay here again and would recommend.
The park is newer and is very well maintained. It is a few miles from everything and cell coverage was very sketchy. They do have free Wi-Fi and it worked well. The park is rock/gravel roads with grass between the sites. We were the only ones at the park so it is hard to say how it would feel with a large crowd. It would appear, due to the layout, that it could be difficult to maneuver a larger rig on the roads as the spaces are close together and the roads are narrow. The spaces seem to be level from side to side but front to back can be a challenge as most sites have a hump in them. We ended up with our last step being about 2 feet off the ground and had to be careful when exiting our truck as the drop off was steep. The owner/host are very friendly and helpful. The park is very nice, but I would be concerned it might feel cramped if occupancy is high.
Note: The price reflected is based on a weekly rate. Park is very nicely maintained. Paved interior roads with grass between sites. Pull through sites are very long and have ample spacing between each. The pull throughs are curved and a little narrow, so rig placement can be a little interesting. Very peaceful and quiet. The road from the highway to the park is a very narrow two lane country road. Be careful as there are many blind spots as you drive the road. The actual road to the park is just barely wide enough for two vehicles. Wi-Fi is free and works great.
Nice park that is on the quiet side of the Smokies so you avoid all the tourist stuff and traffic, but still can get to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg easily. Park is situated on a river with lots of trees around the park but not at the sites. Sites are gravel as are interior roads. Sites are level and long enough. Wi-Fi is free and is strong. Downside is price for sites. In my opinion the full price of $47 for 50 amp pull through site is too much for the area. They do accept Passport America which helped and if you stay a week the 7th night is free so for our stay of 11 nights it averaged to $35/night plus taxes.
Great park for the Chicago area. Nice wide spaces that are concrete and level. Pull through sites are long. No amenities is the downside (no Wi-Fi or pool). Easy access to the interstate and free shuttle takes you to the casino. Highly recommend if you are visiting Chicago.
The rate reflected is the full rate. The park does accept Passport America. It is a nicely situated park as far as access to Lake Michigan and the towns of Two Rivers and Manitowoc. The park is part of a hotel and the sites are very narrow. The front row does get a view of the lake but the view is across the highway that runs in front of the park. Traffic noise is always present. I was somewhat disappointed in the park and do not believe it is worth the full price. With the Passport America discount it was not a bad value for the week we stayed. Wi-Fi was free and strong.
The park is very nicely maintained. It has concrete pads that are level and long. For the price, the sites could have more spacing between them. All roads are paved. No trees. The park is walking distance to the historic district and has access to the Katy State Park bike trail. It also is near all the St. Louis attractions. Great ,free Wi-Fi. My only negative to this park is the price. The basic rate, before Good Sam, is $57 a night, which, in my opinion, is overpriced for the area and amenities. A very nice park, but you pay for it!
Park is well situated to get to the major attractions. Right off Highway 54 and just few miles from Osage Beach. Sites and roads are rock/gravel and sites are uneven with some being very narrow. Lots and lots of trees and maneuvering a big rig can be a challenge. Staff is friendly and the free Wi-Fi worked just fine. Pool is very nice as is playground for kids. The price is a value for the area and for the quality of the park.
Nicely maintained park, free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Nice mature trees throughout park, but do not interfere with rigs. I was able to use satellite at my site. Sites are gravel; roads are paved or gravel. Sites are long enough for big rigs and spaced nicely. Nice place to stay overnight or for a few days. Close to Carthage and stores (Wal-Mart) and about 10 minutes from Joplin. Rate shown is based on weekly rate.
Park is old and the pull through sites are very narrow. Our slides outs came right up to the electrical boxes on both sides of the site. Fortunately there was no one on either side of us otherwise we would have left. For $20 a night it is good as a one night stop over, but not for anything else.
Nice park, well maintained, friendly staff. Sites are long, level pull-throughs with adequate spacing. Many trees but does not impact rigs and many sites are satellite friendly. Easy access to the Kansas Turnpike, and Wal-Mart is within walking distance. Seems mostly used as an overnight stop but we stayed for 4 days and were very pleased.
Park is a few miles outside of the town limits of Liberal. Nicely maintained park with long level pull through sites. Wi-Fi is free and works great. Park is all rock so not much dust. I would have given the park a higher rating except for the farm smell, manure, especially in the evenings and the trains that come by and must use their horn because of a crossing nearby. Great rate for all the amenities.
Rate reflects Passport America rate. Old, rundown park. They say they have 34 spaces but it is difficult to figure out where all the spaces are. When you drive into the motel that is the entrance for the park you see just 4 small spaces, but they have more sites behind the motel. They have some long, level sites in the back that are doubles, but they do not fill up so these sites are used as pull throughs. Sites are close together. Host/Owner is very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi worked great. We did see the other RV parks in town and they are all about the same. OK for an overnight stay.
Park is nothing special, all dirt and gravel, but sites are long and wide enough. Great place for an overnight stop or very short stay. Rate was great for a full hook up site plus cable. Wi-Fi was not strong enough at the site to make a connection. Highway noise was not an issue but there a lot of trains on the nearby train tracks. It did not bother us. I would definitely use this place again as an overnight stop as the rate is unbeatable. Note: we drove by all the other parks and they were all the same, so go for the cheapest.
Rate is based on KOA member weekly rate. Park is well maintained with new office/store. Sites are long and wide pull throughs. Park is all gravel/dirt so dust can be an issue. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is free and worked great. Park is 4 miles north of the town of Williams on Highway 64, and about 50 miles south of the Grand Canyon. We found the park to be perfect place to stay and visit the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff and Sedona.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Nice park, but it is a desert setting so the sites and roads are dirt and gravel. This does create some dust that gets into the TV. Our back-in site was very roomy and looking at the other sites, most seemed the same. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They escort you to the site and assist in backing you in and anything else you may need. The only complaint I have was the Wi-Fi. It is free but can be so slow that it is not even worth using. Mainly the slowdown came in the evenings. To get away from the mega parks and yet still be within distance of everything Phoenix has to offer I would highly recommend this park.
I am giving this park a 10 because of the views from each site. The park has no hook-ups, no restrooms, no Wi-Fi, and park needs some maintenance. But, if you want to be close to the ocean, this park is great. We were fortunate in that the park was not full, so we had space between rigs. It could get a little crowded if all spaces are filled. We have a 40' fifth wheel and easily backed into the space. At high tide we were less than 50 feet from the ocean. Watched dolphins swim 100 yards from rig. We had planned to stay at Rincon Parkway, but our rig and truck would not fit in the parallel spaces so we ended up at Emma Wood and were very happy as these were back-in sites.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Nice park with large spaces. Lots of trees but trimmed so they do not hit rigs. It is next to a very busy freeway, but there is a sound wall. The traffic noise is always present, like a "white noise". All the southern California attractions are easily reached, and the price is much cheaper than anything near Disneyland. I would have rated this park a 10 except they have no Wi-Fi.
The rate reflected is based on a weekly rate. The rates for this park are steep but the park is very nicely maintained and has many amenities. It is close to all the attractions in the area: Solvang, wine tasting, Santa Barbara. Sites are adequate for big rigs but could feel cramped if the park is full. Nice large trees in the park, but did not hamper us from using our satellite. Wi-Fi is free but speed and connection was spotty throughout our two week stay.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Park is part of a public park setup, but the campground is at the back. Beautifully maintained with large wide spaces. The park has a series of small lakes for fishing and paddle boats. Not far from all the San Diego attractions. Excellent facility.
Nicely maintained park. Concrete spaces that are long enough for big rigs (the pull through sites), however the sites are pretty close together. Walking distance to the lake and state park. Wi-Fi is good but costs $2.50 per day or $12.00 per week. A decent place to stay for a few nights.
Rate shown is based on a weekly rate. Park is very well maintained. The spaces are tight especially to park your tow vehicle. We were fortunate to get an end space which allowed us to park our truck on the opposite of the patio. Wi-Fi is free, but is very slow and spotty during the evenings when everyone is on. Park is mostly people living year round, but spaces and rigs are neat. Campground host was very pleasant and helpful in assisting us to back into a tight space. Area around park is not so good, but you are close to everything and there is a light rail stop just across from the park entrance. I would recommend if you want to avoid the mega parks in the area and still be close to everything.
Nice level gravel sites, but are close together. Park is very well maintained. Wi-Fi is spotty. The airport is nearby and the flight path is right over the park which can be very noisy at times (not a lot of air traffic). In addition you can hear train horns in the distance, so there is a noise issue with this park. Good overnight stop over park, but would not recommend for longer stays.
Nice park just outside the main part of Santa Fe and right off I-25. Spectacular views and very nice star gazing at night. Spaces are long, level, and adequately spaced. Wi-Fi is great as they have access points placed in each row, so signal is very strong. We stayed a week and received the 7th night free.
This park is outstanding. It is a bit out of town but offers you fantastic views and rustic atmosphere. The sites are level and long as well as being spaced nicely to give you privacy. The park is almost all rock with many trees to offer shade and mountain setting. Very quiet and dark at night to do star gazing. Campground hosts are very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is average. The downside is that cell phone service is very spotty. We originally came for 4 days and stayed for 2 1/2 weeks. Great place. I would highly recommend if you are coming to Colorado Springs.
Great RV park. The sites are long, level and wide. Park is nicely maintained and has many nice features for things to do. The park is mostly gravel with some trees and grass. The host/owner is very friendly and helpful. WiFi was great. I would highly recommend this park.
The sites are somewhat close together and the full hook-up sites are not very long. We ended up in a 30amp water/electric site and it was great. It was long and wider than the full hook up sites. The park is somewhat dated and has many run down trailers with junk on the site. The price is right if coming to the area. WiFi was advertised but I think they are sharing a satellite internet service with the park so the connection was extremely slow. We came to visit the Eisenhower library so only stayed for a couple of days, so the park was just perfect for a short visit.
We like this park when coming to the Kansas City area as it is nicely maintained. The sites can be somewhat close together but they easily handle big rigs. The hosts are nice and helpful. The highway is nearby and is fairly busy so beware if traffic noise bothers you. WiFi is advertised but I had difficulty connecting and trying to maintain a connection. We stayed for over a week and were very happy with the park.
Nicely maintained park. Most of the sites are long and wide and easily fit big rigs. They do have one section that is cramped for larger trailers. Each site has a deck patio and the sites are level. The highway does run behind the park so you will get road noise. Staff is friendly and park is near highway entrance for access to Nashville and nearby shopping. This is our second stay here and I would recommend it.
This is shown as a membership park, but they do allow non-members to camp. We stayed for a week so the nightly rate ended up being $23. The place is well maintained and the sites are long level and wide. Spaces are grass and gravel. Most spaces are back-in but they do have about a dozen pull -throughs. No Wi-Fi which was disappointing. I would highly recommend the park when staying in this area. People were friendly and the park was nice, especially for the price.
This park was outstanding. Nice sites with ample space between each. Grounds are nicely maintained and everything looks clean. Sites and roads are mostly gravel and dirt. You do get some highway noise but not overwhelming. Hosts were very nice and helpful. I would highly recommend this campground.
Park is very nice. Spaces are long and well spaced so you do not feel cramped. Roads are dirt and gravel so there is some dust. The park is kept very clean and the staff are very friendly. Price is a little higher than I like, but that is usually the case for KOA. I would stay here again.
Nice, shaded, quiet park. Sites are gravel and dirt with bushes and trees between each site. Lots of trees. I was not able to use roof mounted satellite. Staff was very courteous and helpful. Park is short distance from I-94. Nightly rate is fairly high, but it is a KOA so rates tend to be higher. WI-FI was free and worked great.
Very small park next to a busy road and rail yard. Did not notice any noise from rail yard, but the street can get noisy. Pull through spaces are parking spaces, lengthwise, along the center median. The other spaces are back-ins around the perimeter. Spaces are assigned based on the length of your unit. Would only recommend this place for an overnight stop over, nothing more than that.
Old campground and it shows it. Small spaces that are close together. Sites are dirt/gravel with grass/weeds. It had not been mowed in some time and was not very appealing. The full hookup area is on top of a hill so the views are great, but be aware if you have a large rig with slide-outs on both sides. It took us some maneuvering to get it right on the site so all slides could open freely. Close access to the east entrance of Glacier National Park.
Outstanding park. Very well maintained. The sites are semi-circle pull offs from the road and are spaced nicely so you do not feel cramped. Please note that some spaces are double so you will be very close (end to end) to each other. We had a beautiful view of the mountains and clear sky to receive satellite.
The park is close to town and noise was not an issue during our stay. The place could use some sprucing up as it all dirt and grass and could get very muddy during rain. Very rural, rustic setting amongst the trees. No problem with our 39' fifth wheel conversing the park or getting into our space. Wide spaces with hook up connections right where they should be. I did notice on some sites the hook ups could be a little far away. Overall it is a nice place to stay to relax. No cable TV, two TV stations and was not able to set up satellite due to trees and mountains. I think it is a little overpriced.
The park is very well maintained but the spaces are tight for a big rig. With slides on both sides we were touching the bushes and could not walk outside from the back to the front of the rig without crawling through the bushes or going around through another space. They told us to park our rig towards the back of the space so our truck could fit in the front. This meant our door opened with just enough room to clear a bush. A little tight. The spaces are asphalt and were long enough for our rig and tow vehicle. Satellite mounted on roof worked great.
I was concerned about this park based on previous reviews but was very pleased with our stay. The owner has put in some new spaces near the entrance that are concrete and are big rig friendly. They are near the road but the noise was never an issue. The campground host was extremely helpful in guiding me to back my rig into the spot. The space we had allowed us to use our satellite, although they do have cable TV with extensive channels. The spaces towards the back of the park can be a little tight for big rigs, but it appears they are beginning to upgrade sites in the park.