$46/night for a FHU site? OUTRAGEOUS for what you get. Dirt roads (very narrow) dirt uneven sites. Rain turns everything into a mud hole. So many trees you can hardly see the sky. This by far is one of the poorest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. Oh, did I mention that the dumpsters were overflowing on the ground for days?? Remember to take extra water hose and electrical extension as the site connections are reverse of what is normal. Munising City has their own campground on Lake Superior and we will stay there next time.
First off the staff were very friendly and helpful. No grocery store nearby. 2 miles from I-75. Interior roads are asphalt but uneven. Sites are very uneven including pull through sites. Sites have loose gravel and small grassy area with picnic table & fire ring. WiFi was intermittent- had to have office reboot their computer.
Camped here for the month of July. Had full hook-ups in the section by the tennis court. This is a large park with fishing and swimming in their lakes. Full hook-up sites have paved sites and roads. Take note they allow tenters in the full hook-up area. Which means they throw their dirty dish water on the grass and draw bugs and flies. No trash pick up. Clothes lines all over the place. Looks like a Gypsy park in the summer. We will NOT be back.
This park is northwest of Chicago just off I-90. If you want full hook ups then your choices are very limited in the Chicago area. We have stayed here three times now. Yes, the sites are pull-throughs. They are gravel, fairly level and close together. No cable TV, but we got about 15 TV stations. Bugs are a big problem so bring some spray. Next door is a Wild West Park that has shooting going on all day long. Nearest store is miles away.We would stay here again.
There's a nice beach with playground equipment. Also a dog run. This is our second visit and all went rather well. There's a Glen's market two blocks away, right next to a McDonald's. You're about 14 miles from Charlevoix. Lots of shaded sites. Roads are asphalt with dirt sites. No pull-throughs. Sites are quite wide. We have two slide outs on our 34 foot trailer and had plenty of room. Would stay here again.
This is an old campground with lots of seasonal trailers on it. Sites are very narrow and uneven. No paved roads or sites, just dirt and some grass. Stayed here with other campers and none of us will be back. Just a few miles east of here is a much nicer campground - bigger and cleaner.
Price reflects camping here before they officially opened. Many sites are paved with pad. Sites are a bit narrow but with two slides we fit. Narrow grass strip between sites. WiFi worked nicely. Only campsites that have fire pits are those right along the river (all back ins). Many permanent mobiles homes. Many of which are really dumps. Other than that it's a nice park. This park is two blocks from the main road but you don't hear any road traffic. Would stay here again.
Very nice park. Paved roads and sites. Trees are very tall and evenly spaced out. Small fishing lake on property. Price reflects Good Sam Discount. Shopping within a couple of miles. Everyone was very co-operative. Wi-Fi is free but slow. Would stay here again.
Staff is very friendly and co-operative here. $34 price includes (AAA-AARP or Good Sam Discount. Sites are narrow, gravel & no grass. No campfires. Interior roads are gravel. There's an enclosed dog run and small play area for children. Many tall trees. Fishing in the river is useless. There's a free shuttle to downtown Savannah IF you purchase a $25 hop on hop off tour bus ticket. Do not miss Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House luncheon. $16 per person. 23 different dishes are delivered to each table. The food was excellent. Lady & Sons lunch was also good but buffet style. We would stay here again.
$31 rate reflects a month stay. ($930). Wi-Fi was one of the worst we've had. Half the time you can't connect the other half you're kicked off at any time and then try, try, try to log back on. Interior roads are paved and wide. Sites are average (cement patio with grass site). Lake has only small fish in it. Labelle is in the middle of no where. Walmart is about 28 miles away. Ft. Myers is about 45 minutes away. We drove all over the place to see anything. We won't be staying there again.
We also stayed here last year. A very nice, well kept campground. Not a a lot for children to do. All roads are asphalt as are the sites. There are firepit rings on legs at each site. The cabins do not have water so be aware. All the pull through sites are tight and not very level. In fact the grass area slopes quite a bit between sites. We had to use boards to level our trailer. I would suggest the back in sites as they have more room between sites and are much more level. They also need to refinish the picnic tables. They have a nice indoor pool but not very large. If there's 12 kids in there, it starts to get crowded real fast. There's one gas station just a few blocks away on Hwy. 250. It has diesel fuel. Also one small grocery store in town. Just wanted everyone to know the whole story. And yes, we would return, but not to the pull through sites.
Like everyone has said, this park is new and very modern with full hook-ups, cable TV and fast WiFi all included in the price. There's plenty of grass between sites. The pool, hot tub and kiddie pool are located next to the club house and showers, and is very clean. The only surprise we had is that over the weekend this park was maybe 1/3 filled. The State Park in Grand Haven was bumper to bumper when we drove through. So maybe it's the cost keeping people away. There's a dirt race track 1/2 mile away and Saturday night is race night. We would definitely stay here agin.
Your RV can NOT be over 10 years old. All paved roads and concrete sites. Permanent fire rings. All sites are clear of trees. Wi-Fi is free at 500 KBS or $15/week for 5 MPS. The clubhouse is located away from the camping area. Outside pool is average size. No swimming in the lake. Fishing is catch & release. Trash must be taken to the dumpster area by the front office. Hwy 131 is right next to the campground and truck traffic is 24/7. Plenty of space between camp sites. Many permanent (seasonal) campers. This is a new modern RV Resort (opened May 2009). But at $49/night it's overpriced. We probably won't be back.
Never have given a 10 rating before but this campground is excellent. Paved roads with paved sites. Many pull through sites. Cable TV and Wi-Fi is free. The glass enclosed pool with hot tube is very nice. They have a workout room. Fire pits have removable grills on them. Outside basketball area (On Sundays the Amish boys play there- very quiet game!!). Nice shuffle board area. Will stay here again on our next visit..
Nice clean campground right on Charlevoix Lake. Nice beach with play area. Site map here; http://www.eastjordancity.org/tparkmap.html Pets are allowed. Paved roads with some paved site pads. No pull thru sites. 70 Sites are full hook-ups (E-W-S). Each site has a fire pit. Some sites are shaded. All sites are wide enough for slide outs. Wi-Fi is available $$$ ($25 a week) and it's SLOW!! There's a Glen's supermarket and drug store right in town (About 1/2 mile). Would definitely stay here again.
Camped here for two weeks in August 2009. Good paved roads and sites. Full hook-ups available. Sites are large with plenty of room for slides. The tent areas have the tall mature trees, but not the paved sites. There are two large lakes for swimming & fishing plus another two lakes for fishing. They have paddle boats, miniature golf and a full 27-hole golf course. Visitors must pay entrance fee and are NOT allowed to drive to the camp sites: they must park in the park's lot and walk in. Campfires are allowed, however NO PETS are allowed. Warning: the water here is VERY HIGH in iron so, if there are any leaks on your trailer you'll soon have a bright brown-orange drip marks showing up. (CLR seems to clean them off though). We were able to get about 15 TV channels very clearly using the standard outside TV antenna on top the trailer. Would return and will.
We stayed here last August 2008 and returned May 2009. Staff and owners very helpful and friendly. Pull thru sites need to be releveled as they are off about 2 inches. Nice mature trees n many sites. Wifi worked well but sometimes a little low. No Cable TV but a good selection of regular TV stations which is also broadcast in High Definition. Sites are wide with gravel and grass on both sides. They do allow campfires. 30# propane fill up ran $33. You're actually 4.3 miles from I-90 Interstate so you don't hear any road noise ( unusual for a KOA).
Very pleasant owners. (3 women)... Sites very large with plenty of grass on both sides of site. Full hook-ups- excellent TV cable- good free Wi-Fi. Nice quiet park. Restrooms were being updated while we were here. No problem as we use our own facilities. Not really a family park due to no children activities. Good Pizza Hut just around the corner. City ordinance prevents fire pits. Next door is a permanent trailer park. Would stay here again...
Staff is friendly. Sites are level on gravel with grass area. Advertised "free WiFi" is only for the "Premium Sites" otherwise they give you a coupon for 2 hours of free WiFi every 10 hours ( with limited bandwith). Or pay $4 day. They really don't have any competition in town. Would stay here again.
This is our second stay here. Last time we were here for a month June- July 2008.This time for a week May 4, 2009. Plenty of pull thru sites. All full hook-up. Wifi is fast but $$. Cable TV is free and many channels. Nice large sites with grass and paved patios next to level gravel sites. All interior roads are paved. Best laundry we've ever seen. Seven washers ( at $1.25 each) and six dryers (at $.25 for 10 minutes). Very clean!!! Inside pool and hot tub is nice and clean. Plenty of room for tables/chairs etc.. Not really a park for familys due to a very small play area. This park is primarily for the elder age group. Wife and I would definitely return here. You're about 8 miles West of Boise Just North of I-84 (exit 44).
Rate includes Good Sam discount. Park is mostly gravel with a litte grass between sites. Very small trees on lots. Site a large and will accommodate big rigs. Free Wi-Fi that's works great. Our Sprint cell phone worked fine here. In fact it worked about 90% of the time in Zion and Bryce Nat'l Parks. Be aware there's no supermarket within 30 miles of this place. There's a small grocery store about 11 miles away. No fuel station in town either. Owners were great. Friendly and very helpful with local sight information. Ask them about the scenic drive from Alton. It turns into good dirt road. We saw many deer and a huge herd of elk.
An adult campground. Nothing for children to do here. All sites are gravel. In fact the whole campground is gravel, no grass. Sites are almost level. Staff was cordial. When registering you're informed that you drive to your own site. Your tow vehicle MUST be parked in a certain manner on site. Pro's: Sites are large. Facilities clean. Easy access gravel roads. Free Wi-Fi and Cable TV. Cons: No trailers over 10 years old. No clotheslines or bird feeders. No tents. No car or RV washing. No climbing on roof of your RV. Np camp fires. No pool. No entering park after 10PM. We requested a picnic table and was told they would deliver them later. Well, 3 days later still no table. We would stay here again but would enter in to other parks also.
Very friendly & nice owner/operators. Felt right at home here. The whole campground is gravel. No grass and small trees. Pool was closed. Wi-Fi and Cable TV is free. Gravel roads are not lit at night. For some reason the don't turn on the street lights. I-40 in across a field from the campground but surprisingly there's very little road noise. This really is not a park for kids. We would return.
Nice paved sites. Up front they have a small area of grass and small trees, very nice. Most sites are actually a paved area all around. Pool was NOT open during our week stay. Wi-Fi and cable are free though the Wi-Fi was very erratic. Just keep at it and eventually you can log on again. Staff is VERY nice to work with. Laundry is too small for this size park. We went to the laundromat down the road on Coors Blvd. SW.. Would stay here again.
The location is a little scary. You're down by the river located by old warehouses and Industrial buildings. The front gated is locked at 7PM and you must use a code to open it. There is a free van schedule to the French Quarter is 3 times daily. Cab fare is $20 each way. All day parking at the French Quarter is $20. Sites and internal roads are all gravel. The only grass is by the river sites. They are full hook up sites. The outside pool was open but too dirty and cold to use. They have 3 washers and 4 dryers that work well. $1.50 per load in washer & dryer. Management was very nice and accommodating. They also have a dog run. Overall a interesting campground. Last year we stayed at the KOA West and when it rains there it floods their streets and sites. Here you can watch the boat traffic on and the occasional launching of water craft. We would return.
This park is definitely for the 55+ age group. While here for a month we didn't see any children. Don't feed the plastic ducks in the lake. Never saw a live duck or goose in the small pond (lake?). Gravel sites pretty level. Lots of small trees. Very small pool. No exercise facilities. Cable TV was free. WiFi costs $30 a month but weak signal and slow. Not many activities in the park. This is a laid back quiet park. No fires allowed except a central location for special events. Cost per month was $450. All in all a decent park for the money. Everyone was nice & friendly.
Good Sam discount. This by far is the best & prettiest campground on Cape Breton Island. Plenty of pull-thru's with Electric, Water, and Sewer. Lots of sites with trees. Only about four miles south of Baddeck. We stayed a week. Would definitely stay here again.
Come on folks lets not go overboard here. Yes they have paved roads and large paved sites. You can enjoy about 60 TV channels. They water the grass every evening which also waters your RV. But the WiFi doesn't work. They are aware of the problem and have had this problem on and off all summer. They don't tell you that when you make your reservation. This really isn't a park for children. They have one small area for them to play in. No large shade trees.
Okay, the pull thru FHU sites are narrow, sites are gravel and need to be a little more level.Plus they charge for every little thing. But where are you going to find a campground closer to Chicago? Finally you can get your $10 back on the security card by returning it early (like the night before). You don't need the card to leave only to enter. WiFi is very spotty. It's weak and abruptly stops because of the weak signal from the office. We would return here.
Some have rated this 10 out of 10? Not hardly. Yes, it's a nice level park. The newer section with large pull-through sites are gravel with a small grass section. There are no firepits! The old section is like a gravel parking lot. Rigs are very close to each other. Stayed here four days and while it's nice, it's not a resort. Not much for kids to do at all. Happy trails.
Based on only a couple of reviews we stayed here for a week in July 2008. NEVER AGAIN! First of all the gravel road is 6 miles of the worst road we have ever been on. Most of the way we could only travel at 5 MPH. Seemed to take for ever to go that 6 miles. It's not normal gravel, it's some kind of small black stones. Everything inside the trailer was thrown around when we arrived. When we finally arrived we had to maneuver between the office building and a post (and trees) to get into the campground. We had reserved a large lot because we have a 33 foot Jayco Trailer. I couldn't believe how small their lots are. Yes, there's plenty of trees. So many in fact that I defy anyone to drive through this campground without scraping against the limbs. There is no turn around area. You just have to go back & forth until you finally can get the angle you need. Then there is the problem of finding a place to park your tow vehicle. When leaving, we had to jockey around just to get out of the site. All their roads are dirt (as are the sites). When it rains it is a mud hole. They sell firewood. Two pieces for a dollar. Don't waste your money because the mosquitoes will eat you alive here. They start before dusk and come out in swarms. There are no lights at night. There are utility poles with street lights on them, but they don't turn them on. It is pitch black here at night. Leave your trailer lights on if you plan on returning at night. Rate was $38.25 a night for full hook ups. Better have a 25 foot drain hose because this campground is old and all connections are at the rear of the sites. Campers here were very friendly. There were a lot of seasonal campers, though for the life of me I don't know why anyone would want to drive the long roads to get here daily. They have free Wi-Fi (though it's very slow) and you can get four TV stations. They should be required to remove the name "RESORT" from their ads. This is no resort, just an old tired campground. Nothing much for kids to do. Laundry consists of two washers and two dryers. Better get there early!! We will stay at the KOA or at the RV Park in town next time. We are retired and have camped from Nova Scotia to Texas, and this has got to be the poorest experience we've had. Happy trails.
Very clean park just North of Salt Lake City. Very convenient to drive down to the city. Rush hour traffic is huge so be prepared. Sites and roads are paved with grass strip down each side. WiFi is usually fast & free. No cable yet. Would return here again.
This is definably for Seniors. There's only a small little play area at the end of the road for kids. There's really nothing here for kids to do. No Rec. center etc... Roads are paved but sights are gravel with a small strip of grass. Barely enough room to park your tow vehicle and put slides out. Staff is cooperative but not overly friendly. The swimming pool is inside and on the small side. Washers & dryers are in good shape and work well. $1.25 a wash and .25 for 10 minutes of drying. This a very clean park and we would stay again but not for an extended period of time. Cable TV is $26/month. Wi-Fi is $8/week and very very slow at times. In fact we were often dumped off and had to reconnect many times.
This without a doubt is the best KOA Campground we've ever stayed at. So much for kids to do- Free Mini-Golf, Free swimming & hot tub, Free Jumper area, Free Water slide. The Pancake breakfast works out to $2.50 if you have sausage with it. There's horseback riding (on site), and little stores up front (ice cream etc...) Campfires are allowed. Wood at $5.50 a small bundle. Sites are close together, even on pull thurs.
Staff was friendly. Sites were fairly level ( including pull thrus) Cable TV cost $2 a day ( very fair for short stay). This KOA has much more than other KOA's we've stayed at. Free continental breakfast each morning (8 - 9AM) in their activities building. They allow fires at each site. Firewood $6/ bundle. We would stay here again...
Some pull throughs are concrete ( and level) others are asphalt and NOT level. Lots of shade trees, paved roads, very pleasent staff. No firepits at sites. Office closes at 6PM so get there early. Would camp here again. Trains run frequently at night and keep their horns blaring quite a while.
Stayed on site 59 with a 34 foot trailer. Barely was able to park TT and TV there. Sites are short but wide enough. If it rains then there are a number of sites that are under water plus the road floods badly. They come out with sump pumps and hoses to pump out the water. Staff was very helpful. Their van broke down so we drove down town. New Orleans is fantastic. There's other tours beside Gray Lines, so look around.
Large concrete level pads, all pull thrus. Large grass areas between sites. Small trees, no shade. Extra large heated pool. Large play area for children Shuffle board. Horse shoes. Tennis courts. Casino shuttle bus operates 24/7. No grocery store so stock up first. With new Trailer Life Campground Directory Book you get a free night with each paid night for up to 5 free nights. They will copy their ad from your Trailer Life Directory so take it with you when registering. Would definitely return here. Very nice
Nice cement pad large sites. Half are pull through sites. Nice grassy area between sites. Very close to the water. Many Winter Texans stay here. No pool. Very clean and friendly atmosphere. Nothing really to do here but for the price you can't beat it. ($240 / month)!
Sites are very tight. Grass sites. Cable TV is $28/month. Wi-Fi is sporadic. Heated outside pool. Roads are paved but narrow. Office closed on Sundays. Not a lot to do there. Has 6 pool tables: nice. We stayed the month of March. Quiet and off the Hwy. 35, about 3 blocks. Very windy and humid. There's not much to see in Rockport/Fulton area. Corpus Christi is about 40 minutes South of here. Will not be back.
The owners were very friendly and they will invite you to the rec. hall where they play cards etc.. Sites were very close. Easy on & off I-55. Nothing for children to do but this is a good overnight stop. Would camp here again.
This is a secured (iron fence) campground. The neighborhood is very run down. You will need the security gate code to enter after 8PM as there is no other way to get in then. The other campgrounds nearby are very seedy looking without any security. We stayed 2 nights. Drive thru sites were large and wooded. Lots of water pressure. Bus service to downtown is right at the front gate ($1 each way). Don't drive downtown unless you like lots of traffic. Take the Mission Tour. Had dinner at the River Walk and so many choices. We would stay here again.
Twenty sites have E-W-S. We stayed at site # R5. Best site in the park. Very large pull thru with full service. Very large pond (small lake) has a small sandy beach for kids swimming. Pond is stocked with Trout and it's catch & release. Artificial worms worked great. Free WiFi..Cable TV was $1/day. Seasonals are located on the perimeter of the campground and all the sites around the lake are for overnighters. One of the nicest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. Would definitely stay here again. In fact when we pulled in my wife said she wanted to stay an additional day.. :o)
We stayed in site #5 a pull through with EWS. Wide long level sites. Tons of channels on their cable TV and WiFi is strong and fast (both free). Big shopping center down hwy I-89 ( a few miles) the usual K-Marts, JC Penny, Wal-mart etc.. Steak house on Hwy 4 is a good stop for dinner. The pizza Chef is an okay pizza stop. New owners were friendly and would definitely stay here again.
We had site #30. Pull-thru with full service. Cable TV has 3 stations. No WiFi. Too many trees. Leaves and branches fell on top of slide outs. Only dumpster is at front office. Picnic tables are "gross". Old- moldy and we didn't touch them. Rec. room and laundry room smelled so moldy that we didn't use them. Smells real bad. $3/day charge for A.C. and or heater. Owners were very nice but this campground needs some clean-up & paint up...
Sites are generally tight. We stayed on site 435 (a pull-thru) and not enough room to put our awning down. Campground is 9 miles West of Ellsworth and about 30 minutes+ from Bar Harborn. Very quiet. Beach is rocky. They have boats for rent and dockage. All gravel roads- many trees- small sites with grass. Cable TV is free. WiFi cost $4.95 a day. Would stay here again, but would need a larger site???
Owners very friendly. Wi-Fi doesn't reach every site so ask first. Cable TV is free and many channels. No trees but grass is everywhere. Right on the ocean, what a view. Word of caution. If you're coming from Moncton/Sussex and you take Hwy 111 then be warned that it is a very hilly- twisting road for many miles. By the time you get to St. Martin you'll be tired for sure. But once here it's very nice and quiet. And the tides and caves are spectacular. All that for $28 a night.
Originally we stayed at Glenview Campground (down the road from here). What a mistake that was. Trucks driving by night and day. We left early and went to Cabot Trail Campground. What a difference. Cabot has many pull thru's. Even though it's hilly the sites are level. We had site # 245 pull thru and it was in the trees and level with E-W-S... They have a trail that goes down to the river and canoes are available. Owners were great and the laundry room had plenty of washers and dryers. Very quiet and covenient to Baddeck. Baddeck is a wonderful seaside town and don't miss dinner at Lynwood Inn. Co-Op is across the street to buy groceries. Would definitely stay here again.
Don't believe the ads that they accept Visa. They only accept CASH; no checks either. Their Wi-Fi only works close to the office. Most of their sites are seasonal. Why someone would want to stay here all summer is beyond me. Don't believe them that the traffic noise stops at night. The campground is right next to Hwy 105 and trucks travel it ALL night long. We hardly got any sleep. (Wife used ear plugs.) We left the next day. (Owner was real upset.) Went up the road a few miles to a better campground. It's cheaper, nicer, wooded, has pull throughs and was so quiet. Will be contacting AAA and registering a complaint about Glenview.
Sites were tight. Better know how to back up your rig. Hardly any space to park our pick-up. Cable TV was excellent as was WiFi. Good water pressure and power. Lots of trees and street lights. No store. About 2 miles to Parlee Beach.
Not much for kids to do here. No pool, no swimming. The river adjoining is very shallow and rocky. Big rig sites are very narrow. No laundry facilities and the laundry in town is filthy. We got some stains on our clothing from using their machines. 25 cents for 4 minutes of drying. Staff is very friendly. Only 2 TV stations and both are in French. Would only use this park for an overnight stop. Cash or check only, no credit cards. In fact they want you to make your check out to an individual not the campground name. Strange!!
Pull thru sites were asphalt but not very long. We have a 34 foot trailer an it was tight. Very close to your neighbor. Best wooded sites for tents and smaller RV's are at the top of the hill. Very pretty up there and quieter. The lower sites are noisy from the Hwy. People were bilingual and helpful. Don't park your vehicle in Montreal. They are having a very high vehicle theft in the city itself. We took the tour from the campground and did drive down to the Metro (subway) and used it to enter Montreal. The Metro is very easy as it is color coded. If you don't know French then be prepared as all the signs are in French only.
Nice large grassy pull through sites with 30/50 Amp and sewers. Gravel/asphalt roads with street lights. Very large in ground pool. People are very nice and try hard to speak English, to accommodate us Americans. Free, fast Wi-Fi (so far). Only complaint we have is that the campground is right next to Hwy. 20 and is very noisy. Otherwise would recommend this campground..
Pull through sites are very large and shaded. Common area for seasonal and longer staying trailers. Also a section for tenters & pop-ups. Owners very friendly. Can rent boats. Perch fishing is excellent, but use minnows not worms. Biggest inland lake in the U.P. Also have cabins for rent down by the beach. Bring your own food as the town is lay back- small and a burger/beer type atmosphere. Would camp there again.
This is the newer Hartwick Pines State Park. They shut down the old park and opened this one. Paved roads- and sites. They also are connected to miles of paved bike trails. We saw flocks of wild turkey walking through the camp. Also deer and in the evening you can hear the Coyotes howling in the distance. Very clean and nice campground.
Must drive through a residential area to enter the campgrounds. Site had a sewer gas smell. Campground didn't know what to do, even though we had approved sewer connections. Never had that problem before. Charged us over $60 a night even though we camped after the July 4th weekend. Didn't find out about the outrageous cost until we received the bill. They refused to adjust the cost. Charged us $10 for a 10 piece bundle of wood. We've stayed in State Parks that are much nicer.