Large, level, grass pull-through and all the utilities worked as expected. Easy access to the eastern and southern Everglades which was the reason we stopped here. Large, heated pool. Clean, convenient, and functional.
Clean park, not just an RV park, large public pool, bike trails, canoeing, boating, fishing, and a huge dog park. The park was shaded for the most part, clean, and everything worked. Added bonus feature is that your car tag gets you admission to all the county parks and beaches! The Caw Caw Center is excellent for birding. Several NWR's also close. We would definitely stay here again.
Nice state park campground, heavily wooded, but if you exercise care it is big rig friendly with many pull-through sites. Bugs were present but Off seemed to keep them at bay. Easy access to the Savannah area. We would camp here again.
Clean, all the utilities work as expected, excellent Wi-Fi and cable which you don't expect in a municipal park. You could have parked two 40' motorhomes in our pull-through. We used it as a base to check out the Georgia Sea Islands. If you like wildlife there are excellent NWR's in the area. We would definitely camp here again.
Nice campground; clean, peaceful with many large pull-throughs, some shaded, some not. Had no issues; utilities worked as expected, and the staff gave us an excellent restaurant suggestion, "Boston's Fish House".
Beautiful place to stay in the Keys, friendly staff. While pull-through sites are not available, many of the sites are pull-in sites with a water view. Our site had a large Tiki hut with furniture, wet bar, bar with stools, frige and a dock. As we all know the word "resort" gets thrown around in the RV world: but this is a resort, wife insisted I give it an 11.
This is a nice park, the services all worked well and it is well maintained and landscaped. Very low noise level even though it's right on the busy Tamiami Trail. The pool (small but sufficient), clubhouse, and laundry room were all very nice. The management and staff were helpful and friendly. Would definitely stay here again.
Clean, low noise park that is being upgraded. All services worked and the WiFi was above average compared to most parks. Pool was clean. While the park is big rig friendly, it is one of those that requires above average vigilance. We would stay here again.
Great little park. We had site 43, a pull-in that fronts right on the Gulf. If you are a nature lover, sea birds and porpoise made a daily appearance and St. Mark and St. Vincent National Wildlife Reserve's are in the area. Not a "resort" but feels like one. We would definitely stay here again.
Great rustic state park at a very reasonable price. Some pull-through sites are available for big rigs. Peaceful and clean, no road noise and subdued lighting. Only negative was the bath house ran out of hot water one day. We would camp here again.
Nice campground find in New Orleans, fairly new and they are in the process of adding a small boating facility. Punctual shuttle service to the French Quarter three times daily (cabs are about $20 each way and daily parking is also about $20/day). Fenced dog walk, hot tub, friendly helpful people and they have an on-site bar that serves good pizza. Both the drinks and the pizza are moderately priced. Safe, clean, quite at night and has large pull throughs. This is a great destination campground for visiting a tourist attraction like New Orleans.
Clean, peaceful campground with very large pull through spaces. Everything worked and the staff will loan you the Vicksburg Battlefield CD if you let them know you are going there. We would stay here again.
Nice stop over on the Trace, clean and peaceful. The only drawback is if you depend on Wi-Fi internet for your finances on the road, you should plan in advance because of the lack of Wi-Fi. Campground does not take credit cards, only cash or checks. We would stay here again.
Clean, spacious, peaceful and in a stunning setting. Located down the hill off the Cassiar, they have a billboard out on the highway listing availability so you don't have to go down the hill to find out if they have space. We would stay here again.
This is a funny place, going in you would wonder but once you get past all the abandoned buildings up front and into the campground it is nice. Huge level pull-thru will W/S/E with trees between and little noise from either the Alaska or Cassiar. Good jumping off point for the journey down the Cassiar. We did not use showers or restrooms so no comment is available. We would camp here again
We had a large pull-through site with plenty of space, set back off the road so no road noise to speak of. Trees, fire rings (banned because of the wildfire threat). Our site was clean, level and private and long enough that we did not have to unhook the toad. Wi-Fi was available in their building. We would camp here again.
There is a nice view, all things worked, most site are used as back-ins. We had no problem leveling at our site If you requested a pull-through they appear to give you the back to back back-ins what the rate is for these is unclear. The back-ins are somewhat tight for big units 40' plus.
The campground has level sites, is clean and services worked and while a "typical" gravel lot type park, the spacing is better than similar parks elsewhere. As mentioned you are allowed to wash you vehicle(s) at site. It is surrounded by great views in all directions. We would camp here again.
Level, peaceful, and all services worked. The WiFi was intermittent but worked sufficient for our needs. The road into the campground was a wide gravel road that was significantly potholed. We would camp here again.
Clean, level and services worked and price is right. WiFi is not included and must be purchased if needed (the Palmer Public Library is up the road a few blocks) and there is considerable road noise at night. I would use this campground again for an overnight.
Clean, things worked as expected, while the pull-through we used did not have sewer the dump was in a convenient location. As mentioned some road noise from the highway but not overwhelming, but we were reasonably far back. Good location away from the tourist area yet close. We would camp here again.
Many large pull through sites with grass and picnic table, free RV wash station, all services worked as advertised. Convenience store and gas/diesel on-site. Staff friendly and helpful. We would camp here again.
This, like many other campground along the AK highway are stopovers, not camping grounds. It was roomy, the provided services worked and the road noise was low during the night even though the front sites are just off the highway
Park is clean and well run. As mentioned by others there is no sewer at the sites but the dump station is easy to access upon exit. Wi-Fi worked fine and the Wolfs Den restaurant which is adjacent to the site has good food and service. The only negative is some of the trees cut stand a trim. We would definitely camp here again
There are 12 pull-through, full service sites, electricity is 20 amp. Everything worked, sites were level, graveled and dry. No big pot holes or standing water. Wi-Fi available in the dinning room. This is a good option for a stop over or a night or two if you are exploring the area. They have food service, gas and diesel among the service provided. We would stay here again.
I concur with the preceding reviews concerning holes, mud, puddles, wiring, and the burned out building. It was quiet even though the front sites are right on the Alaska Highway. The Wi-Fi worked okay.
We were in a pull through in the back section. The room was sufficient but the whole area had large standing puddles. I was able to straddle the one at our site because of my size. They don't use any campground management software and had lost our reservation. (They keep a list on some scratch paper) Wi-fi worked fine. I would not rule this out for an overnight, but I would have to think about it.
Clean park laid out for big rig access. Clean, quiet and a very helpful staff. The view isn't bad for a campground either; three different mountain ranges ring the area. Try the pastries at the Swiss Bakery on Main St. in Valemount! Would camp here again
Excellent view of the mountains from our "patio". Easy in and out. Large treed site that was clean and quiet. The staff was very helpful. The only negative is they don't allow campfires (I understand why). We would camp here again.
Decent overnight stopping point heading north. While close to I-15 very little road noise. The Wi-Fi worked for us, but we were in the front half of the park. I would use this for an overnight stop again.
Peaceful, clean and spacious. You could here a pin drop at night and the setting is very good. A very good base to explore the Black Hills. They had a nice hot tub for soak sore muscles from hiking and a very reasonably priced pancake breakfast in the mornings. We would camp here again.
We spent three weeks at this campground, using it as a base to see Vermont and western New Hampshire. It is peaceful, clean and well run and everything works. We would return here if we revisit the area.
Well maintained, big rig friendly and peaceful, located on the banks of the Saco River some sites are right on the river. Owners were present and are obviously interested in the upkeep and operation. Wi-Fi was $1/day and worked well, I personally don't have a problem with that, why should non-users subsidize my Wi-Fi use? We would stay at this campground if we were in the area again.
We had a large level wooded pull thru site with a large rock fire pit. Laundry was clean and the price is one of the most inexpensive we have encountered on this multi-month tour. As mentioned and as I have observed before this is a heavily wooded campground so care is required in navigating a big rig but I had no problems just took my time. Staff was helpful and informative about some of the alternate tourist sites beside downtown Boston. Would stay again.
Nice quite park with many large sites. Located in a beautiful area close to the waterfalls and the Finger Lakes and the wine trails. I did not see any pull-thru sites but the roads are open and backing into many of the sites would be no problem. TV reception is poor and there is no Wi-Fi or cable, not a problem to us. We would return again.
Nice quite campground, pull thru's are fairly level, wooded. Wi-Fi was intermittent, TV reception was marginal but what do you expect from a rural wooded campground. We stayed for two weeks while visiting the surrounding sites and would return again.
This is a big rig friendly park but like any treed campground caution is required, last night including us there were 7 40' motorhomes camped here. I was in space 8 and if you drop the toad before pulling in just clear the road with your end cap, and all you will need is jacks for stabilization the same is true for space 6. Yes the road in is twisting but the pavement is very good and the "blind" corner is wide, I have been on many worse roads to campgrounds. Clean but like many heavily wooded campgrounds grass is limited. Hookups worked well and were located in a convenient position. Wifi has worked every day from our site. The park is very peaceful and dark at night we have extended our stay two additional nights.
Very big rig friendly and clean. Newer campground and no shade has developed as of yet but sites were level and everything was clean and worked. I would have given a higher rating but there is a wood products mill across the river and you could hear the machinery late into the night a light sleeper might be disturbed.
Not a bad campground heavily wooded which means that not a lot of grass in some sites but that goes with the territory. Unlike reviewed earlier some sites are pull throughs and I saw up to 42' rigs their I had no trouble with my 40' rig, these are all in the front section. I also saw very few seasonal campers. Road noise from I-5 was minimal, I am a light sleeper and had no issues with it. I would use this campground again.
Clean and well managed campground, my only complaint is that the sites are very close together. No room to sit out without being right on top of your neighbor. Nice for a stop over or as a base for visiting Portland but not a "camping" campground.
Really enjoyed this park, clean, efficient and a great view. The herring were running and the osprey provided entertainment on a daily basis. We stayed a week and I would definitely use this campground again in a heartbeat. Good outpost for exploring the Central Oregon coast
Great place if you love peace and quiet (six miles off I-5 on a country road), great scenery and plenty of wildlife. I am sitting on my double wide concrete patio using the free wifi writing this review with a small rapid boiling in the Klamath river no more than 75 feet away. The park is laid out so you pull into the slots with your MH at an angle which give each MH a view of the river in your own front yard while not a view of your neighbors patio. So far sitting on our patio we have seen otters, giant blue herons, white American pelicans, osprey , ducks, geese, sandpipers and kingfishers to name just a few. The park also has a multitude of water sport equipment they rent, we did the rafting and the price was very attractive. If your children need a playground and pool to be entertained this might not be the place but if they like watersports, fishing and nature then they will like this place. The park owners and employees are friendly and helpful. Repeated stopping by to ask if everything was OK and did we need anything. We would stay here again and would give this park a 12 if we could!
This is a combination marina/KOA. Nice well shaded grassy sites. Big boater traffic during the weekend but was not noisy or rowdy. A little expensive but I paid extra through the nose to get 50 because of the heat wave in CA, only to have it break just as we arrived. We would stay here again.
Nice base for checking out Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite. Power was rock solid even though they were in the middle of a heat wave of record proportions and every AC in the place ran about 16 hours per day. Park was clean but dusty due to the heat/drought. We would stay here again.
Nice place for an overnight stop over, it is in the desert so there is no grass and the sites are gravel, but there is a privacy wall of trees/shrubs between the sites and the sites are fairly large. I did not see the questionable people/rigs mentioned in an earlier review. I would stay here for an overnight anytime but not an extended stay in the summer it is very hot! The campground is not well marked off the exit, go north past the Shell station and take the first left after the service station.
Quiet, clean and a good base of operation for checking out Bryce, Zion, Capitol Reef and Kolb Canyons. During an extremely hot period their voltage stayed up nicely with everyones AC running full speed. We would stay here again.
Excellent place, clean, friendly people large sites. This is a fairly new campground so the trees have yet to take hold but everything was top notch. You can ride the train, great play area for your children and nice pool and hot tub at the hotel. Nicest showers I have ever seen in a campground Great base for the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and the various National Monuments around the area.
Overall not a bad place, clean and quiet, but the sites were right on top of each other in the section we stayed in, because we stayed a full week to check out the area I found this to be an issue, for an extended stay I would give a 6 for an overnight stop I would give it an 8.
Nice, clean, campground with all the amenities you would expect. While close to the interstate being on top of the hill gave you not only great views but little road noise. I plan on exploring the hill country on a future trip and will you them again.
We stayed here two weeks and found it to be a pleasant, quiet place. All sites are angled back-ins and I had no trouble backing in with my 40' MH. WiFi is $1 per day and works well on the first level where all the pads and patios are concrete. Second level the patios are concrete the sites gravel and a third level is under construction. As mentioned there is no pool or playground areas for children but it is a great place to visit the beach, Ft. Morgan, Mobile and many other things.
Very nice campground if you are stopping through the Birmingham area or visiting for a few days. Very clean and quiet. No pool/playground for children so if you need that you should consider another option.