Great park for overnight or for visiting area. WiFi and free air TV reception was good. Easy access from I-75 and within park. Bath area was clean. They are still struggling with soft spots where the stone base has not settled but that will improve as time goes by. Very enthusiastic owner actually led us to site then placed their plywood squares under my jacks before I got them lowered. Area is almost overlit at night and road noise from I-75 is just a slight hum.
Nice park, great Wi-Fi, only free air TV but great reception. Nice pull-throughs on top of hill overlooking a grass meadow. Dark and quiet. Just off I-85. Great for covering waterfalls from Toccoa to Brevard. You're not in the steep foothills at this place. Cracker Barrel is one exit north. Weekly rate of $175. Would highly recommend this park for people looking for nice place to walk or to exercise their dogs. Level granite gravel sites.
Best park in Florida. Increasing in size (2-3x). Always excellent shaded concrete sites surrounded by green, nicely spaced. Only four negatives: Wi-Fi can be good, but not the fastest around, too many dogs, upper management is okay, but reminds me of a southern used car salesman attitude, and pool isn't heated. Great place to spend the winter; people and working staff are excellent.
Good park just off I-95. Good for passing through or for several days in Charleston. Audubon Beidler Swamp is within 15 miles. Good cable and Wi-Fi. Gravel pull-throughs in pine woods so tree pollen was rather heavy. I-95 noise is just a low hum. Stayed here two years ago and park is as good as ever. Cracker Barrel is less than a mile away. All lots are wide, maybe 50-70 ft. to next unit.
Stayed for a week. Only free air TV. Go to club house for Wi-Fi. Every other lot was full but come December things would get pretty tight slide to slide. Majority of temp lots are grass, access roads paved with bump strips. Manager is great. Would not stay all winter but a good short term park. Call the resort rather than putting up with their Detroit call center.
Fourth winter here. Still the best kept secret in mid Florida. Park is near capacity but will double in size by Jan. 1. This is horse country and a small town so beaches are 90 mile away and the big city is 30 miles. Advantages: excellent paved asphalt (no speed bumps), full concrete for rig, tow, & patio. Lots of shaded lots, walk or bike to the grocery, lighting excellent, utilities fine, Wi-Fi good.
Good park with back in and pull through full service sites. Pad was level enough. Quiet and surrounded by woods, no trains or riverboat noise. WiFi was good but only six rigs were in our section. Internal roads rather old and rough but only four mile from four lane and Hannibal. Would stay again.
A nice park right off I-29 Business. This park has a lot of locals and limited spaces, suggest you call ahead. They have a nice pull through right at the entrance. We had a 33' with tow and it was fine. A 40' might have problems. Friendly staff was waiting to help us to site as soon as we pulled in. Loop road looks tight but is fine. Pull through site was level. Wi-Fi (Tango) works fine. Only 5 miles to downtown and lots of food and shopping.
A good overnight park right off I-80. Good internet, pull throughs on gravel, shaded. The only negatives may be drive by dump station, 30 amp, and within 1000 feet of trucks on I-80. Cannot beat the price.
Pro: Nice rural setting 1/4 mile off highway. Site faces chimney rock about 1 mile away. Full service pull through site, friendly staff. We are the only ones here tonight so people depending on lights, or if your scared of the country you won't be happy. They can cook you a light supper if you don't want to cook. Would stay again. Con: Busy rail line is 1/4 mile away and two crossings give you multiple horns. Internet worked fine but I'd assume it would slow to a halt if others were also in the park.
A nice flat gravel campground located in the rolling hills of truck route 79. Close to road but noise doesn't seem to be an issue. This park is at the edge of the Black Hills, no trees, but only 30 minutes from the center of Custer State Park. Gravel all looked well compacted referring to earlier comment. Staff was friendly and helpful. Definitely away from the hassle of Rapid City and out in the country. Gas/diesel available right next door. Six rows; first has back to Rt.79, sixth faces hillside with horses.
Nice small park on hillside. Excellent Wi-Fi, pool, friendly staff. Lots are level stone pull throughs but toads need to unhook and park at front of rig. Within 30 miles of Devils Tower. Easy access to I-90.
Great pull through sites, excellent Wi-Fi, nice spaced out level setting. Easy flat drive from Livingston. About 35 mile uphill to Gardner but campgrounds there are not near as nice. Had a country band last night. The Lighthouse Restaurant just north 8 miles or so has great food.
Okay for an overnight. Utilities on the right. Looks like a local campsite but clean and friendly. Lots of kids. No Wi-Fi. Might investigate staying at Winnebago factory, they have several limited utility sites probably for a lot less.
Nice park for overnight, level spots, parking around an oblong cul-de-sac with utilities on the right rather than left. Sits between the rail depot and US 2, but stone fences made it quiet enough. Easy gas access beside park and several places to eat.
Good park for the resort area. Wi-Fi is poor and only at the office. Sites are semi-wooded but very unlevel (you will need boards in addition to jacks). Staff is rather indifferent but they have a captive customer. Johnson restaurant soup and bread is good but also try Two Sisters Cafe, several mile north for a unique setting. If from the south, suggest 89 coming in and 464 going back to Browning due to hills. Water pressure was very poor, but rumor was a line break was giving them issues. Stayed seven nights.
Great, flat, clean park, with lots of pull through sites. Friendly staff, good laundry. Easy to get to of I-15. Shopping within 5 miles. Definitely a nice overnight or if staying in area. Wi-Fi is very good.
55+ RV parks in Florida don't get any better than this resort park. Lots are spacious, wooded, and quiet. Many returning snowbirds with pride in their rigs. Streets are all asphalt and pads are concrete. Cable TV and Wi-Fi is excellent.
Stayed for a month to explore area. Best RESORT in the area. Sites are 10+. Wi-Fi excellent. Pool, restrooms, pool and whole facility very clean and orderly. Nice lake next to sites. Only negative is distant whirr from I-90 traffic, not bad, just background hum 24/7 from one mile away. Definitely a charming park. The owner/builder did a great job.
This is a riverside park. Most lots are back in grass. Two smaller loops are asphalt and gravel. 30 amp electric/ no on site sewer is typical. You must cross a somewhat humped railroad track and then traverse a 3/4 mile single lane gravel road (the old canal tow path), to access this campground. Doable with a class A but not ideal. Note that from route 340 you traverse four newer size roundabouts accessing town. This was not designed for large RVs but traffic was light. This is a flood plain and the park is just below flood stage of 15'. When we arrived the river was at 5'. We left at 11' and the next night the river crested at 20'. Be aware that the city's policy is not to refund your money if you pay and leave early. Nice enough semi-primitive campground but I don't think I would go back. Site flooded multiple times in the last 6 month and we didn't get the warm and cozy feeling you would be advised to vacate until you were at crisis stage.
First you need to be aware that full service sites for a class A motorhome in this part of the country seem to be in limited supply. This is a nice campground with easy access and is right outside the national park. We had a level gravel pull through with 50 amp, cable, water, and sewer. Not all sites are level. They had a nice putt putt course and pool. Being a KOA the number of kids would be unbearable in the summer. The staff was friendly. The only negative was the cost. The early May rate was $42 plus this fee and that fee, resulting in $70/night. Extremely high for a spot to camp overnight, in our opinion, and one of the reasons we normally try to avoid KOA.
A great snowbird park plus new management. Should be opening the pool this year. Excellent site spacing, concrete pads, and all the utilities. Located in a small Florida town, with limited but adequate access to essentials. Sites are laid out so that you can bike or walk 1/2 mile just circling the park once. Quiet and well lighted at night, plus it is a gated community.
A great county park. Asphalt/concrete pads are narrow but sites are spread out nice. About 8 mile off I-75 but you are located on a nice lake. Pull throughs and lake front backins available. Restrooms and laundry are very nice. Quiet and dark, but in late March we had the park to ourselves and 5-6 campers. For summer there is a beach, but late March was mainly fishermen and a few snowbirds. A nice rural area with open sites and a few small trees.
Easy access off I-75. Nice clean pull through sites. Owner is always friendly and offers free bags of popcorn after a long day of travel or play. All utilities available. The WiFi was good but slow during high evening use. Sites are gravel but in excellent shape. Clean picnic table was provided.
This park is an easy access off I-75. It makes a great quiet spot for several nights. Spaces are short; plan on unhooking your tow. A subtantial number of sites are long term, but we have stayed twice with no problems. Site was pull through concrete pad with water, sewer, 50amp, and cable. The park is Passport America, so you can save 50% if you're a member. The office was clean and the staff friendly.
Check rates, ours was the prime A11 site overlooking the bay. Listed at $42, but we paid $33. Just large enough for our 35' Class A. Sand and gravel lots. Watched dolphins and pelicans from our window everyday. A fishing camp with old Florida style. Located at the dock to St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge and less than thirty miles to St. George, St. Joseph beaches and Apalachicola sites.
Nice, small state park. A few lots big enough for 35' Class A. Sites rather close together. Free air TV was fair. A good park to use as a base for Eden Gardens, Falling Water, Ponce de Leon Spring, and Florida Caverns.
Fantastic COE park. Combination concrete, asphalt, stone pads which are level. Sites spaced out 50-200' apart. Excellent park just to get away from people. Few trails but lots of good roads and shallow clay sand beaches. All lots are wooded with minimal lights for great dark nights. Restrooms far from sites.
Nice wooded city run park within walking distance of the falls. Lots are setup in twos with lots sharing an access drive so they are rather close together. All lots appeared in good condition and level. Wild turkeys walked through our lot. The general area is somewhat run down but the park seemed secure and a great place to stay.
Not the best but as good as Nashville has to offer. Sits between KOA and Jellystone and slightly lower price. Accommodations okay for a class A but more suited to smaller rigs. Most sites at $34 are 30 amp. Close to four lane but road noise not too bad. Grayline tours is next door and beepers on buses backing up are annoying in the morning and late evening hours. Would stay again during winter as local RV parks are limited.
A nice Class A rig park with basic setup and easy access. Management was friendly, and all utilities worked (no cable). Rigs are close but has room for slides. Some road noise from interstate. Not a lot of choices in the Louisville area.