We found this park to be in the right place for an overnight. Just off 82 at 431. Turn just south of the Subway on 431and follow the road back through a log yard. Quiet, inexpensive & shady, with cable. They have some waterfront on a not so nice waterway. Not sure if it connects to larger reservoir nearby. Nice, clean pool. Many permanent campers, with lots of stuff. No trains! We would camp here again for overnight.
Well, we loved this park. Coast to coast for $10 & no additional charges as most coast to coast parks. Since our front AC is out, we asked for a shady space. The friendly staffer gave us a space in the Y section with great shade, and pull through. We gave up sewer for the shade, but there is a dump. Our site is set up to hold additional campers, but there were none, so plenty of space, overlooking the playground & lake. Our site was level and with 50 amp, good power. They give everyone a coupon for a free ice cream cone. Which we enjoyed along with purchasing a second one for my spouse. Hot food at the store looked great. Saw a pork tenderloin that looked wonderful & big enough for 2. Also saw someone take out 5 huge pizza's. People were bragging on the food. Each Fri. & Sat. at 7 is a hayride. There is a church service at 10 on Sun. Seems like a great family park. The store & putt putt are closest to the interstate, but sites close to those would surely have road noise. We would definitely camp here again when in the area.
Price was 25+ 1.75 ac + 5 sewer. This campground is very close to Alexandria where the reviews had not been flattering. We were drawn here by the shaded sites and nice grass. It is a 3-1/2mi. drive from the 94 exit, nice paved roads. The welcome at check in was underwhelming. The pool is not usable due to super chlorinating. If so, it was way overdue. The pool was very cloudy. We had to unhook the car to reach the utilities in the pull through. We are hooked up to 30amp but can only run one A/C unit. The power is very marginal We should have moved on when check in seemed to pain the staff. Would definitely NOT return here.
We chose this campground over the other two due to reviews. I understand the statement that it felt more like camping at someones farm. Our site was level enough for our 40' by stopping on 2 higher spots in the site. We were unable to get dish in that site & the "cable" (owners analog 3 major channels) provided did not work for us. The gravel entry could use some leveling & was dusty when dry. The campground itself, was quite muddy after a rain. The owner is very welcoming & helpful with local info & even coupons for local businesses. We would camp here again if in Havre, cause we loved being off 2 & away from the train.
We love our site,#38. At the end of the road & in the trees. Level part of site is to the rear, but long enough to level a 40 RV. Plenty of width for 4 slide, awning & nice picnic area. We have great AT&T & Verizon MiFi, but no TV, no way. No dish & no antenna. Very convenient to Glacier Park & very helpful with info on what to do & where to go. We can hear some highway noise & distant train, but doubt you can get away from either in this area. We would camp here again.
Agree with prior reviews. Nice, new campground. They could use some shade from the hot sun. Suggest sites facing north for less heat. Very friendly young man checked us in. Full of local information. The campground is in an industrial area, but was not an issue. Rode our bikes the short distance to town to see the Peach Basket event. Whole town was out for all ages competing in basketball on the main streets of town. The town lives up to its reputation in USA Today: "The friendliest town in the US." We would return if in this area.
Price is: Good Sam + $5 reservation fee. The nicest park we have stayed in bar none. Huge spaces, some with a good deal of privacy. Beautiful parklike setting. Grass is golf course quality, which results in watering and mowing regularly. Be sure to follow the rule of not leaving belongings on the grass. Sites have a huge gravel patio area with picnic table for your outside items. Wish we had not arrived on a Thursday because the weekends are fully booked. We did get riverview site even last minute. Pull throughs are available, but the back ins have nicer sites. Train closeby, but no crossings for whistle to blow. Not an issue.
We checked this campground out after we already had a site elsewhere. The city of Chehalis runs this campground in their city park. It is adjacent to the ball fields, etc. Spaces are available on a first come basis, unless their is a concert or event.In that case they will reserve some spaces. Sites are fairly level, long & spacious. Some sites have 50 amp & a dump is available. Exit 76 head west on Rice St. Take 2nd entrance to park. Looks like a great value. Pay station at the park for $15 payment. Phone # is good weekdays only. We would camp here!
The spaces are level cement pads with gravel between sites. Very clean set up. The distant view is mountains and in closer, the small airport. The golf course in beautiful, and directly behind us. Plenty of shopping nearby including Wal-Mart and outlets at exit 82. This is between 77 & 79. The best value is a combination with golf and RV park. There are no facilities on the campground only at the golf course, so they take self-contained RVs only. Also note that the golf course starts it's maintenance at 5 am. We would camp here again if in the area.
A nice, older campground on a hillside near lakes Crescent & Sutherland. We fell in love with Crescent Lake as we were driving East on 101. Stopped at this campground to be close to lake activities. I can understand the issues campers have had with the longer coaches & short spaces here. Some spaces on the front row 37 & 40 are 44' long with room to put the toad sideways in front. Spaces 2-5 are 70' long. We could not level on 3 & only got close on 2. We watched a coach give up on 4 & move to 40 where it is tight but level. The gentleman even purchased leveling blocks from the camp store before he moved spaces. The staff was very helpful even when we needed to change spaces. Must agree with prior reviews we have noticed the road noise at night when the truckers are rolling. I can vouch for the burgers & fresh cut fries at the deli. Pricey but really good. Ice cream cones looked delicious & very generous. The specials seem to be the good value. The store has staple items + some camping needs and gifts. Owners are ready to sell the campground, and are a bit fussy about the unusual 1 way road which isn't marked as to where 2 way resumes. and, also apparently as mentioned with kids & pet owners. Not sure we would return here.
This new campground is directly across the street from Three Rivers Resort on the LaPush Rd. Very nice owners are building as they can. At this time there are 8 w/e sites & 4 full hookups. All are back in. Would highly recommend for self-contained rigs. Eventually will be great for tent camping when the restrooms are built. Sites are level gravel & very large. There are as yet no playground equipment, but they are children friendly. Owner is a fishing guide & many RV'ers come to fish. Fish cleaning station available. It is a short drive to LaPush & Rialto beaches. Both beaches are covered in huge piles of trees & stacks offshore. Rialto was the cleaner, less crowded in the evening.
We called ahead for a full hook up site for 40' RV. Upon arrival were shown a parking space up by the crowded office, next to bathroom. Our power pole was almost under the awning of the small trailer in the other of 2 full hook up sites in this park. No space for 40' & 4 slides plus a toad. We left. The park is very busy, looked nice for smaller rigs. Lots of trees, lots of people at the store/office. Nice location on road to LaPush.
This campground has signs posted on Hwy 101 $35 including site, Wi-Fi, full hookup. Upon check in, no back in available, so pull through for $40. The sites looked very nice, and looked like many back ins empty. We drove on to another park not liking the bait & switch routine. Campground is right in town of Forks. Neat & clean. We however will not be going there.
Rate is for Coast to Coast, plus $3 for 50amp, plus $3 for resort fee per day. We were offered a site up top or in the trees. Pull throughs at the top were nice and long, but very narrow, so we took our 4 slides to the treed area. Sites are gravel and dirt. After a rain some are muddy. There are pull throughs and back ins in both areas. Office staff was very efficient and helpful. Office building is very nice. Would camp here again!
Rate is for RPI. We were only allowed to park in the terraced hill overlooking the "marina" camping area. Spaces were very close together, but we loved the view up on our little hill. Everyone had pulled in forward for the view and plugged in on their neighbor's site. Worked well for the crowd when we were here. The upper terrace is for members only, had large well spaced sites with nice landscaping, but no view. We heard the hot tub and pool were very nice, but did not use them ourselves. We would definitely return to this campground.
Rate reflects RPI discount plus $3 for cable TV which you must have in these trees. We spent 2 nights just after rain. You choose your own site, so look them over carefully for drainage and dirt. We could have chosen better. Could not get to the car without going through mud. Site just holds a 40' RV with toad sideways in front. Location worked well for our trip: clean and quiet. Spaces were close together with cars everywhere. Three cars for 1 camper across from us. Loved the treed space, you can sleep late in a dark bedroom. We would camp here again.
This beautifully maintained park is located on Hwy 58 on the shores of Lake Dexter. There a many long term campers staying here, but in very neat, clean spaces. Nice managers have been here 2 years & run a tight ship, quiet times, etc. Pull through spaces are well set up with room for 4 slides & picnic table. Easy in & out from Hwy 58. Would definitely stay here again.
Wow, don't I wish I had taken a second to look on this site before I chose this park from Passport & Enjoy America books. I would have known about the $5 energy surcharge. Another new thing is a 24 hour notice for reservations under the discount plans. We were let in within an hour of our call, since it was a new policy. Otherwise seems to be an OK park for overnight! It is on the frontage road to I-5 but up a hill with some mountain views. I would not come back due to the $5 surcharge.
We thought this park was a gem. Very new, neat, clean, including I imagine, the bathrooms. Office staff were very friendly and helpful with local information. Took their suggestion and went to Western Village for dinner and a few slots. They would have sent the shuttle for us if we wished. Great food, gorgeous casino. Shopping of all kinds within a few miles! The astro-turf was interesting. They even rake the leaves off of it in the morning. Be careful where you land in the space, the small tree gave our dish a fit in the wind! Will definitely return when in the area.
This campground worked out very well for downtown Sacramento. We took the advice of an earlier review to take a gravel space in the back. Worked great till it started to rain. Some of these spaces hold a lot of water. On our way in, we noticed a row of concrete back in spaces that are long & level, & dryer (401-414). Those parked in concrete spaces back of office, are on jacks almost all the way up. We are pleased enough with this park to return next time in town.
Price is for 50amp & tax. Nice, clean, new park. Very convenient to I-80 in Battle Mountain. If you need a place for overnight in this area, this is neat as a pin. Large pull throughs most campers are here full-time, but are neat & clean. And, as the other reviewers stated, you can walk to the grocery store, Family Dollar, even McDonald's. Would definitely stay here again if passing through the area. They take only self contained units, not bathrooms.
Price reflects Passport discount. What a great place to stay for trips into Grand Teton & Jackson, Wy. Park is run by owner with help of several work camper couples. Very nice people. Spaces are level & long, but a bit close together. They try to keep campers spaced out if the park isn't full. The town of Victor had several great restaurants. We tried Knotty Pine Supper Club & Scratch. Both had nice meals. The view is also quite nice from the park. We found this to be the perfect place stay in this area, so would definitely return if we are in this area. Jackson is very full of tourists & expensive compared to the quaint little town of Victor.
We found this to be a conveniently located park on Hwy 30 in Twin Falls. Most spaces are pull through & are gravel. Spaces are a little close together, but each has a tree for a bit of shade. Owner was very nice, & helpful with local tourist information. Cable & Wi-Fi are included. Twin Falls was a pleasant surprise for us. The waterfalls, the cliffs & cliff trail, & Millenium Park. Even had base jumpers jumping from the bridge over the Snake River. The town has most any restaurant or shopping you are seeking. We enjoyed eating at Shari's restaurant. Nice meals & pie looked great! We would camp here again if in this area.
This is definitely the premier campground in West Yellowstone. There is no comparison in anyway to any other in town campground. Spaces looked well laid out, neat and clean with mowed grass. Spacious by comparison to any other in town. The park is at the edge of a mountain only blocks from downtown and the park entrance. If you are visiting Yellowstone, there is not much campground time, but what a place to come home to. Price reflects a back-in with full hookups.
We found this to be a very nice park about 4 miles east of Bozeman. Nice space with a nice view. We had to unhook the toad for utilities to reach, but otherwise a nice gravel space. Noticed Sunrise CG on the way to town. The spaces look much closer together and the camp was full. KOA is south of town by several miles, but near antiques stores etc. Bear Canyon needs to keep their grass mowed, but otherwise seems to maintain things well. We would camp here again.
Our plans changed at the last minute due to flu, so were happy to find this space for the dates we planned to see Yellowstone. Our space was 1F located by the office on Hwy 20. Basically a parking lot between 2 buildings. Not impressive to look at, but plenty of room for our 39' & 4 slides. We have a front row seat to the traffic on Hwy 20, but truck noise has not bothered us as much as we expected. Power is right on and hookups convenient. West Yellowstone is the closest town to a Yellowstone gate, and is a very cute town. Most of the town motels seem to have a few campsites, so keep looking if your dates are booked elsewhere. We have been packing our lunch for the park. The park is already quite crowded, can't imagine peak times mid-summer. We would camp here again!
Beautiful, new park with great views, located close to Little Big Horn Battlefield. Owners very welcoming and informative. Love the ice cream on arrival! Our site is perfect, level, great hookups, with view. Noticed they spaced campers around the park when it is not full. Gives you the feel of even larger spaces. Took their advice: The Trading Post is definitely a must for the Indian Tacos. (Huge: you can split them.) And, if you like pie, it's to die for! Park is convenient to the interstate, just look at their website for map. Some dirt/gravel road involved, or would have given them a 10. Would camp here again. 3rd week in June would get the local Indian festival, sorry to miss it.
This is the best view, above Sturgis, surrounded by mountains. Campsites are gravel and dirt/clay mixture, quite messy, otherwise I would have given them a 10. Sites are large, plenty of room for toad. Sturgis is a quiet little town when not hosting the big rally. Very convenient to I-90 even for an overnight. Campground is now named Sturgis Campground and they do honor Passport for 2 nights, with some restrictions. Would definitely return!
A great park. Very convenient to Custer SP Rushmore & Crazy Horse. If you have horses, you must stop here. Many trails to ride from the campground. Horses are not allowed in the campground area, so there are no issues with odor! The new owners are making this a destination campground. They have nightly ice cream socials ($1.50 per person) and several weekends where chuck wagon meals are available. The sites are level, gravel spaces with full hookups. Many have great mountain views. No camper, no problem, they have a motel and cabins! The owners and their hosts are all delightful to deal with!
Price is for site. Must also pay $7.70 per reservation for out of state & have a SD camping sticker. ($6 per day or $28 year) Beautiful campground. Great, spacious spaces. Full power 20/30/50, unfortunately, no water or sewer. We stayed in Cascade park, overlooking the reservoir. Great staff & very friendly, helpful volunteers. Perfect place for family, especially if you are boaters. Very well laid out for boat trailers, & some boats were pulled up to lakefront sites.
First suggestion: ask for water/sewer when you reserve. There are 2 sites with both, not including the hosts site. They were of course unavailable when we arrived and asked for full hookups. Our rate included an upgrade for lakefront and 50amp. Beautiful park, great wide spaces, with paved pad, fire ring, picnic table. Our rate does not include $7.70 for out of state and camping sticker $6 per day or $28 year. Plenty of things for the whole family. Fishing, boating, swimming, playground, bike trail and the dam is a great site. Tours are only on the weekend, so we missed that. Lewis & Clark Exhibit at top of dam is a must!
A passport campground with 50 amp power ($3 extra to run AC)& full hookups. Great for in coach laundry. Friendly couple is updating the park daily. Adding tile to office & gravel to sites. The nearby cattle auction does make for some odor if the wind is coming from that direction. With AC on no odor inside. We are self contained so did not inspect bath facilities. They are kept locked to maintain for campers due to closeness of rail trail. We found this to be a great stop enroute between Yankton, SD & Angustura, SD. We saw no full hookup sites taking the southern SD route, so followed 12 into Valentine. Very cute city. Rails to trails runs right next to the park. Easy exit to 20 heading west toward the Black Hills. Don't miss the Sand Cafe on route 20 west of Valentine! Great breakfast & huge pancakes. Lunch buffet looked like a winner as well. Plenty of room to park with rig & toad & reasonable diesel prices at station next door.
Nice, clean conveniently located park near attractions in Chattanooga. Great family spot and ok for us retirees as well. Easy off and on from I-24 for overnight as well. They even offer a military discount. We stayed here 20 something years ago, it's only gotten better.
What a bargain. Convenient to the Interstate. Neat, clean, and nicely mowed, with 50 amp full hookup. Plenty of room for 39' + toad. Walked to Wally's for nice inexpensive meal. We thought the food was delicious. Huge portions for the money. Don't miss the site across the street honoring the Louisiana Purchase. Would definitely stay here again for overnight.
We chose this campground from the Passport America directory. Close to I 75 just north of Knoxville. Nice, quiet campground. It has tight spaces, & concrete pads barely hold wheelbase of a 39 ft. RV. We did need to center coach to be able to open slides & awnings. Once we got set up, works out nicely. Very friendly, efficient staff. Nice warm pool & has hot tub. We would return. (There are oversized spaces for only $5 extra, with full concrete pad & patio.) Those look great for handicap or oversize rigs. 50 AMP & cable are included in the $19 Passport America rate.
This is our 2nd stay at this resort. We love the peacefulness here. It has a beautiful setting. Their putt putt & some amenities are showing age & the affects of opening the campground to non-members. They are RPI, Coast to Coast & Thousand Trails affiliates. Perfect spot to see Mammoth Cave & the surrounding area. Cards played all day if you are interested. They also caravan to restaurants a couple of times per week. We will definitely be back. We have not heard highway noise or trains!!!
We spent 2 nights here. Very convenient to downtown. All spaces are gravel, a bit too close to the neighbors and the road. Most sites are permanent residents. Lots of kids without much room to play. Our coach was hit twice with a softball. The staff was efficient. We will look for another campground next time in Indy. This place was a bit too noisy and close for us.
This is a great place to stay if you wish to drive in to Chicago. The campground is very nice, quiet, shady. We spent a long weekend in Chicago and left the motorhome here. (Only an hour drive in the toad.) Wish we had time to stay and enjoy the quiet friendly campground. The hosts just stopped by to invite us to game night at the cafeteria. Plenty of room here for the big rigs and our own paved car space across from it. Slow down as you go over the RR crossing on 137th Ave. The sign for the RV park will be on the left. The host will help you park, then you can walk, drive or bike to the office. The lakefront is at the office site, and looked lovely. (Park is near a railroad, but we did not hear any trains.) We will definitely return when in the area!!
Rate reflects 20% off. They offer 20% for Passport, since they no longer take it. Park has tried to level spaces, but only leveled where the RV sits. When you step out, could be very unlevel and a large drop in some sites. We were a bit surprised that they wanted $5 per person to use the pool. This campground is convenient to Corn Palace and I-90. Good for 1 night, but other local ones sound better.
Rate of $30 reflects a 10% discount for Good Sams. They do not honor passport in July and August. We were told we would have a pull through site. Technically, it is, but you can either hook up to the utilities, or have your car attached. Their hookups are too far back in the space. Took the 28 mile drive to Devils Tower. This place is close to I-80 and not a bad drive to Tower.
This park was very convenient to I-80. The manager was very friendly. The sites were concrete pads with a picnic table, even a grassy area. The laundry room looked very large and clean. We would stop here again for an overnight.
This park in located on I-80, but there was no road noise. The sites are long, gravel pull throughs. Staff was mostly family and very friendly. We were shown the laundry room and restrooms, very new, nice and clean. We were given tickets for discounts at a casino, had a free shuttle to the casino. We would definitely stop here again.
We stopped in here for an overnight. The rate reflects a Passport discount. They said there were no pull through sites available. Turns out there were several vacant pull through sites that night. Guess the discount gets you a back in. The entire place is gravel, which made it very dirty. The staff was friendly and helpful. Even gave us microwave popcorn. Decent place for an overnight, but only if you get 1/2 off.
This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in during our 4 years of RVing. Friendly staff, free movies some nights. Free shuttle to Temple Square. Neat and clean. Plenty of room in the pull through for rig and tow. Did not use pool or bath. We did purchase good barbeque at poolside. Breakfast also available for purchase. Would not hesitate to return here.
We found this park in Woodall's but with no w's showing in our 2007 edition. This is a very clean older motel with great rv sites. The owners are going through the motel renovating. The pool was redone this year. It's very large, clean and nice. I was even offered a pool towel to use. Loved this little town with it's Buffalo Bill history. All was quiet during our visit, but we understand the spaces are full from time to time. A steal at $20.