We were lucky to get back in site but had to move to another site (pull thru) the next day. This is a charming park with great owners, very helpful. They walk -direct you to your site and help you park. Wanted to stay longer but they were booked full. Would recommend this park.
Previous reviews lead me to believe this was the nicest park in area. Spaces were tight to get into. Very dusty park without cable TV. We got our money back and went to another park in area--which was a feat in itself because of Balloon Fest. Would not recommend park although the bathrooms were spotless.
Nice small campground which offers PA rate. Good level paved sites that are tiered (because everything in Branson is on a hill). Gravel roads. Owners offer free shuttle to shows every afternoon and evening (which is an incredible perk). Owners are very friendly and helpful. Good strong WI-FI and cable TV. Would stay here again. Campground is couple miles out of town which is perfect cause you don't want to take your rig through Branson.
Beautiful multi level campground with lots of pines and junipers. Good level gravel sites. Plenty of room for dog to play. Nice, helpful owner. Stayed one night, but would return again. Easy to locate.
Big rig friendly. Fenced dog run for leash free fun. Level gravel sites with plenty of grass and picnic tables. Stayed here while touring caves and the corvette assembly plant. Friendly, helpful owners. Clean restrooms and laundry. Would stay here again.
This is a charming county run campground with large sites, plenty of grass, trees, paved streets, parking pads, fire rings, and a small play ground. Would rate park higher but there was no TV or Wi-Fi. Really enjoyed staying here for 10 days. Office sells firewood. Very pleasant. Would stay here again.
Beautiful small park. Large pull thru sites, well manicured grass sites and good shade trees. Very dog friendly. Huge playground. Very friendly owners. Shopped at local grocery and got the best corn on the cob I've ever eaten. Rate is Passport America. Wanted to stay longer but on a bit of a schedule. Good Wi-Fi connection. Downside, no cable TV.
50 amp sites along lake but no sewage. Sewage sites are 30 amp. Rather rustic campground. Good pull thru site. Lots of dust, dirt roads. If it rains you are in trouble. Very kid and family friendly. Office staff very helpful and friendly. Delivered our firewood. Flies were a problem. No Wi-Fi or TV.
What can I say, best resort chain in America. Stayed 4 nights, 2 free with coupon, 2 at 25% discount. These resorts are 10/10/10. Best maintained lawns and flowers I've seen. Would stay again and would highly recommend.
Very rustic, beautiful setting in heavily wooded forrest. Very few amenities. Stayed one night on stop over while traveling. Expensive for overnight but there are lake activities. Good pull thru. No cable TV or site maps.
Had to cancel reservation due to repairs in MT. Only site available was water/electric. Campground sites tight for 40 ft motorhome, entire campground very dated. Not a destination resort but our purpose was to see Medora and the musical (which were great). Roads dusty except for the regular showers that pass in afternoon, then muddy. Great chunk of grass next door for walking dog. Restrooms smell of mildew. Office staff a bit surly.
Park was easy to find right off the hiway. Gravel roads and sites fairly level. Check in was a little strange but worked out. WiFi really good and so was cable TV. Good area for dogs. Good overnight stop. Large pull through sites for big rigs. Would stay again.
Wanted to stay at Blackwell Island RV Park in Coeur d'Alene but they do not allow German Shepherd dogs. Scooted down the road to this park and what a treat. Park is large field with elec and water hookups. There is dump station. It is very peaceful and there is a large mowed grassy field where you can take your dog off leash. 40 foot motorhome was easy to maneuver and we have windshield view of river. Would stay again but longer next time.
Stayed here last year while traveling. Nice park and lots to do in the area. Pendleton Underground and Indian Cultural Center and museums. Park offers coupon for $2.00 off buffet. This is great for breakfast. Shuttle service takes you to McDonalds, casino and Cultural Center. It is outstanding. Staff is very helpful. It is very peaceful and dog friendly. Would stay again.
Spent 3 months here through the summer. Rate based on monthly charage of $400. Park is clean and well maintained. Landscapers work daily. Only draw back is airline noise since park is located about 2 miles from the end of a runway. Would rate higher if not for noise and there's not many amenities (no pool or playground for kids). Will stay again when in the Portland area.
Sites are very small and it is very difficult getting into site. Had to park dinghy in casino parking lot. There is a small dog run. Very little noise and casino has cheap eats. Not a destination stop. Very little night lighting for walking dog.
Stayed two nights. Wi-Fi good and cable TV also. Park is older, rustic. Fairly good gravel sites. Pet friendly and lots of grass and 2 dog areas. No street lighting so pitch dark for walking dog at night. A lot of tent sights.
Park is one year old. The lay out is great. The common buildings beautiful. Water features nice and there is a fire pit by pool. Level sites and two fenced dog areas. Everything perfect. Will stay again whenever possible. The road noise was not a bother.
Stayed here for a month while spending time at the new hospital. Rate reflects monthly charge which does not include electric. Good park on I-5. Road noise did not bother us. Monthly sites are smaller than daily/weekly sites but still OK. We stay here when in Eugene. One of the nicest parks in area. Cummins & Alison is across I-5 for service. Will stay here again when in area.
A charming find. This campground had the feel of a state park. It has large grassy sites with firepits and great views of the Columbia River. There are 3-mile walking paths along the river. Would rate the park higher but they had no cable TV. Will stay here again but next time for longer than one day.
Rate reflects monthly rate which includes electric. This is probably one of the nicest parks we've stayed. We had pull in site with view of golf course. Paved sites and patios very large. Picnic tables provided. Wide paved roads. Good amenities but not many social activities. Will stay here next year again for a month.
Nice well maintained campground. We had a big rig site next to river with lots of shade trees. You do not need a license to fish in trout ponds. They supply rods & bate. You catch, they clean & charge .50 per inch. What a great deal. Internet directions perfect. No cable TV but good Wi-Fi. The park was rather rustic with fire pits. Bought some wood from office & roasted marshmallows! Great evening. Would stay here again.
Charming small family owned campground. Lots of grass & trees. Good pull thru sites, big rig sites. Easy access from freeway. Dog & people friendly. Free ice cream socials. Would stay again if in area.
Well maintained newer park. Large sites, lots of grass. Two dog runs, great WiFi & cable. Great base camp for going to all the local attractions: Devils Tower, Deadwood, Mt. Rushmore. Would stay here again if in area.
Park was recently converted to KOA. Staff very friendly and helpful. Small dog run being enlarged. Sites rather small/close together. Good concrete,paved pads and streets. Picnic tables on small grassy areas. Stayed here in Motorhome. Would stay again if in area for overnight.
Family owned small campground with plenty of shade. Spaces large with plenty of grass between gravel sites. Owners show pride of ownership with well maintained park with flowers everywhere. Stayed one night to preview park for our return stay next month for a week. Good cable TV and free WiFi.
This is a lovely park with lots of pine trees and gravel pads. Sites had cement patios, tables, firepits and 2 person swings. The streets are paved and there is a small dog run next to the playground. Lots of kid activities such as mini golf, etc. Cable TV and WiFi is free although I didn't take the time to log on. Only drawback was the price. Outrageously high for overnight.
This is a beautiful resort which sits on a slight hill which overlooks the golf course. Many shaded sites by moss draped oak trees. Level cement pads with picnic tables. Lots of grass and very pet friendly. Limited cable TV (I think due to HD conversion.) Good roads to resort which is located about 6 miles south/east of town. Golf club house has restaurant with full bar. Would stay here again if in area.
Rate reflects monthly rate. Stayed here for our second spring. Noise levels are very high. Between the 18 wheelers, Portland airport and National Guard F 16's, it is very noisy. Verizon aircard signal is very weak and dropped frequently. The Wi-Fi offered is a daily charge by a provider. All that being said, this is one of the best parks in the area. Sites are large and there are large grass areas between concrete pads. Few amenities, no pool or activities. Rec room kitchen is dirty with dishes.
Charming small RV park. Stayed here one night on the way north and would have stayed longer but did not have time. Restrooms older but clean. There is a good rec room. There is no office and the host completes the reservation and collects payment at the site. Good patio pad. There is even a small fenced dog run about 15 x 15. Only drawback is no cable TV. Sites nicely separated by hedges. Great landscaping with good lighting.
Nice park. Stay here on the way North & South. Always friendly staff offering coffee & cookies. Each site has grass & crushed gravel, which can be troublesome with pets tracking it in. Great outdoor night lighting. Charming restaurant with nice happy hour menu. Will stay here again.
We stayed here through summer. The sites are large with plenty of grass. Large trucks traveling along road are quite noisy. There is an airport near by and planes taking off overhead are very distracting with National Guard flights being the worst. There is no pool and very few amenities. No free WiFi . Verizon air card signal is not very strong.
Stayed here two weeks. Loved this park because sites were large with plenty of grass. Park was well maintained. Staff extremely helpful. All were camper and dog friendly. Some hiking trails nearby. Would stay here again.