First, the Wi-Fi is not usable. Sure, they have Wi-Fi: but does it work? Depends. If you don't mind sitting, waiting 5 minutes for each page to load, you might not mind. Big campground, nice people. They have it set up in blocks. Two RV's are back to back, in a long pull through. You also have two neighbors 20 feet away on one side, but the awning side has a good amount of space. No shade, no ambiance, no frills. If you want to be near the Amana colonies, it's very close by. Other than that, a forgettable place.
Beautiful setting close to the entrance to badlands park. You can see the rock formations from the campground. But the Wi-Fi didn't work and the showers were dirty. We did note a cleaning person entering the shower area as we were leaving so maybe it depends on timing. Showers were small and basic. I'd stay here again just for location.
Besides being too tight, my main problem with this campground is they assured me they had Wi-Fi and that it worked. In site 62, the only signal i could get was too weak to be usable. On the phone I told them that I needed Wi-Fi to conduct some business and asked them twice if they were sure they had usable Wi-Fi. Yes i was told, we have 3 different set ups. When we arrived the woman tells my husband -- you won't be able to get Wi-Fi at your site. What were we supposed to do at 7 pm on July 4? The main thing I liked about it was lots of trees although in such tight sites, they present a challenge for bigger rigs.
We only stayed here one night on our way home, but I could have stayed longer. The sites we had was nothing special, just a long drive through, maybe 20' away from rigs on either side, but the park itself had a fenced dog run and nice big live oaks, pool, general store and was not over crowded. One of our neighbors told us that the lady in the office offered to sit for her dog for a day when she was going to be away. I wouldn't expect this, but thought it certainly reflected a nice hospitable attitude. They led us to the site at night in a golf cart (much appreciated) and the site was level.
This campground was a nice surprise given that I lived in the area for many years and did not know it was here. It was nicely treed and and private and level, convenient to everything. (The lady in the office said they never leave the radio on in the bathroom overnight and if it happened, it was by accident.) We found it to be very quiet. While we did not use the restrooms, we walked by them and peaked in, they looked clean. This is a great location. Only disadvantage is the $4 toll if you go over the Newport Bridge to access the West Bay. But you really don't need to go to the West Bay, because the island has everything you might desire, including beautiful beaches, great restaurants, historic areas and mansions, music festivals, shopping, etc. You can take the Mount Hope Bridge over to Bristol for a walk through a pristine antebellum town, take a ferry to Prudence Island (from Bristol) or to Block Island (from Newport) and head to Warren for antiquing if you need a change of pace. I would definitely stay here again.
They are doing construction and there is a new entrance. Getting in is confusing. At the registration office there is no clear instructions for where to park while registering. We just stopped in the roadway. We were given site A3 but it was not clearly marked. When driving a big rig on narrow dirt roads, clear signs are appreciated. Our site was large but not level. Even with 3 or 4 inches of legos, we slope down hill. Today we may try to change position of our coach. This may not be a problem for more experienced RV'rs. It's a beautiful area and a big campground, scenic but nothing special.
This is actually between Bourne and Plymouth. It is a nice campground but nothing special. We camped here in a 40 ft class A. The WiFi is for email only. Don't expect to watch a movie. The signal fades in and out. I was disappointed in the looks of our site. There were prettier, more private spaces in the campground but seemed to be reserved for tents. Big rigs get an open field with young trees dotted here and there. If you go on a weekend you might hit Cape Cod traffic so plan accordingly. We drove almost to the Bourne bridge before picking up the road to this campground, and the traffic was bumper to bumper.
This is one of the prettiest parks we've stayed at. Has big sites and lots of privacy. Fish pond area is nice for canoes and boats. 115 is waterfront on the pond. Has tall trees. Nearby, on route 1 is Dan's (the purple house on a hill), where you can get WiFi and the best blueberry muffins I've ever had. They have computers you can use. We would have stayed longer if they had some amenities.