We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. We have stayed here several times before and the Aussie owners continue to improve the park. Level, pull-through, FHU spaces are well maintained. They could use some more shade trees, but all in al a very nice little family campground. We usually stop here overnight on our way home to Central Florida, although one time we spent a week exploring the Okefanokee and Cumberland Island with our grandson. We will stay here again.
We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. Paved interior roads, but a confusing layout and no security, can put you into a difficult "back out" hole before you find the office. Sales and marketing of spaces is a big part of this operation. Sewer service is very limited (12 out of 250?). Our space was large, level and covered with pine straw. It was set up for sewer, but the system was not yet in use. Due to the number of owner occupied sites, it was a little noisy. If you play golf, this is the place for you. We might stay here again in transit, but not for an extended stay.
Be aware that this campground is WAY off the highway, over narrow, terribly maintained County Roads. We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. Interior roads are rough dirt/gravel and there is gated security. The back-in space was level and fairly large, but the surface was muddy and stuck badly to your shoes and to the dog's feet. Most sites are used by seasonal campers and the place was very noisy on a Friday evening (until late). This is too far off of the road for an overnight and we probably will not stay here again.
We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. Paved interior roads with gate-guard security. 50 amp, cable TV, and shade trees are not available in the short term areas. Grass sites are pull-through and fairly level, although not very wide. We had no one in the site on our curb side, so had plenty of room. (Although our site was pull through, we had to back out due to a large motorhome that had set up so far back in his space that he blocked the pull-out road. I guess his kids needed the space in front of his coach for a playground.) We will stay here again.
We cannot recommend this park. We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points, which made it cheap. The only virtue. Interior roads are dirt, rocks, and holes. Not maintained. In addition to the "RV" sites listed, there are several hundred seasonals. The term "Migrant Labor Camp" comes to mind. In the short term area there was not enough level ground to park my truck, much less the 35' trailer. The place was a sea of mud. We were given no map and there was no such thing as an escort. Sites appeared to be numbered at random. The dump station was a half mile from the entrance over BAD trails. Not happy??? You got it!
We stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. Paved interior roads with entry gate control. Wide level sites, most with shade trees. Many seasonals. Cable TV was not available at short term sites but over the air was OK. Nice location on the river. We will stay here again.
This beautiful park is close enough to Toronto to make sightseeing possible, yet far enough out to be "in the country." Sites for big rigs are limited, but available. We were on a large, level pull through with full hookups (except cable TV). The beach (which used to be open to the public) is now reserved for park residents (many) and overnighters (a few).
We stayed here as part of a week long group rally. Long, level pull through sites with good internal roads. The water system kept cutting off and on and running dirty, but otherwise the facilities are good. Wi-Fi is available at the store (cafe?). Our group (36 trailers) used the excellent rec hall for dinners on two nights. We enjoyed the stay.
This is a beautiful location, but unfortunately the interior conditions do not meet modern standards for short term occupation. The access roads are heavily overgrown with both bushes and tree limbs and badly scratched both sides of our fifth wheel just getting in. Most sites are occupied by seasonal trailers and it was impossible to back around into several others. The site we finally used had a great view, but needed blocks and a lot of work for leveling. Other, more accessible, campgrounds are available in the Oneida area. Sorry, we won't stay here again.
Sites are W/E only. Although we had reservations, it was "pick your own" site with no guidance from the staff. Not all spaces could accommodate a 35' 3-slide fiver. The space we finally did find was level and wide, although the surface would get pretty sloppy in the rain. The park facilities are very good and we enjoyed our stay.
We stayed here one night in transit and will probably use this CG again. Medium length pull through sites are level and some have shade. We did not use the facilities. Lots of good Bar-B-Q nearby. Interior roads could use some work, but the staff is friendly and trying to improve the campground.
Long, pull-through sites. Ours was level in both directions. The dog really enjoyed a run in the dog park without having to be on-leash. Cable TV service was good; we did not use the other facilities. We will stay here again since this is a good first day distance from home when headed up the East Coast. The owner said that reservations are only necessary when the "snow bird" rush is in motion (Early Spring: Late Fall).
This is a good place for an overnight stop on the way to somewhere else. The younger generation of owners are working on cleaning it up and it looks much better than it did. There may not be a manager here when you check in. Put your money in an envelope and pick a back in W/E site. (There are no sewer hookups, but a dump station.) I actually pulled in backward so my picture window faced the lake. No problem. Wide grass sites are level side to side, but DO slope toward the lake. Some motor homes might have trouble getting level front to rear. We will stay here again as it is a good "first night" distance from home.
New owners have cleaned up and improved this old park to a remarkable extent. Grass, pull-through sites are plenty big enough for my three-slide fiver. Playground, walking trails, pool, and all facilities were immaculate. The owner is ready to help with any reasonable request when you check in. They are trying hard. We will return.
Many of the sites are occupied by park models or permanently located trailers, but the remainder are delightful. Smokey Mountain camping at its best. Each back in space has a full (dead level) concrete pad, wooden deck with benches, picnic table, and full hookups. We stayed on Coast to Coast points. Cable TV is extra. We are already planning to return.
This is the second year we have stayed here while attending a family reunion and the park continues to be a hidden gem. One part of the park has paved pull-through spaces with small trees and open sight lines for Sat-TV. The rest of the park is large gravel sited under the well established hardwoods and pines. The shade was welcome in August. This is probably the cleanest campground we have ever stayed in. I had 12volt problems while here and the owner spent hours helping me troubleshoot the converter. Far beyond what would be required to be friendly.
Nice overnight stop. If you want to go to Lambert's, check with the office (about the shuttle) so you don't have to stand in line for hours. We will stay here again. Level pull through sites are available with sewer hook ups at both ends. Spotting the rig was easy.
A nice, family run, campground and motel in the middle of nowhere. The kids came by to see if we needed anything after we got set up. We stayed here two nights and visited the Amana Villages and the Maytag Dairy operation from here. Spaces are level and open with young trees starting to provide shade. Access off of US 6 is easy, although poorly marked.
You have to find this one. Once you do, it is interesting. We did not tour the cave, but it is popular with both campers and day-trippers. It is a long,steep walk from the check in stop to the office. If you are mobility impaired, flag down one of the staff carts. They will be happy to give you a ride. The spaces are large but ill defined, We had to ask our neighbors to move their coolers, chairs, etc before we could back in. We would stay here again, but only in the middle of the week.
The camping area has been completely rebuilt and all sites are now 30/50Amp, full hook-up, back-ins. Big wide sites in the dense woods. We will be taking our grandson here for three days at the end of the month. Reservations suggested.
Paved full hook up pull-throughs in a big parking lot type field. Run by the City Parks Dept to provide spaces at cattle shows, etc. Good value for the price for an overnight. We would stay here again if it happened to be on our route to somewhere else.
We spent two nights right on the bank of the Mississippi. 40 feet from the water. Watch the towboats through your rear window. NEAT! The park was still recovering from the April floods (18' of water at the office location) but work is going quickly, and they are in full operation (out of a portable office) except for the Wi-Fi.
We stayed here 4 nights on Coast-to-Coast points. Wi-Fi is available in the laundry area. The shower rooms seem "unfinished." No place to hang your stuff. No benches. Nice building but no privacy. The entire property seems to have been stalled by the economy before it got finished. We did not visit the winery. We DID use it as a base to visit St. Louis. We would stay here again.
Nice basic campground for an overnight stay. No sewer, but a convenient dump station on the way out. Join the staff for a pancake breakfast if you are there on Saturday morning. We would stay here again if it were along our route.
Our full hook up site put the rear window of the trailer at the top of a thirty foot embankment facing Portage Lake and the historic mining structures of the Keeneenaw Copper District. Amazing value for the cost. Reservations are a necessity. We spent 4 nights here and will be back.
This city run campground is on the shore of Lake Superior. Our back-in full hook up site put the tail of the trailer over the dunes on the lake shore. The view out the big rear window was spectacular. Staff was friendly and we enjoyed two nights here. We will be back.
This park is run by the county. It is back in the great North Woods, but once you find it, it is beautiful. Six long, dead level, paved pull-throughs with full hook ups have just been added. They fill up quickly, so reservations are advised if you want one. The back-ins are good, but not as convenient. Staff was great. Nice, quiet get away during the week, but it fills up on the weekend, and kids will be kids. Enjoyed three nights here.
Stayed here on Coast-to-Coast points. Nice shady site backed up to an open farm field. Honey wagon was $10 extra but free dump station is available if you want to knock down and set back up. Good base camp for visiting Elkhart (RV Museum?) and the Amish Trail. we were here for 4 nights. If you need anything from the store on Sunday, you have to go to Sturgis, MI (20 miles).
50Amp was available at two sites when we visited and the owner is installing additional 50A pedestals. (The entire campground is, however, for sale) This is a nice clean, secure, full hookup place to spend a few days. No big amenities, but the price is right.
Camped here on Coast-to-Coast points while visiting Mammoth Cave NP. VERY convenient. Wide gravel pull through with expansive view out the rear window. Host was very friendly and helpful. The office, however, was closed early (3:30 PM), and the next day had no on-line access to clear my reservations. Overall a nice place to spend a few days.
Nightly rate is in addition to admission to the archaeological park ($7 each for seniors) which is charged only the first day. The museum (included in admission) is neat and I wish we had be able to spend more time with the stucents who were working on a Summer School dig.
Stayed here as a Coast-to-Coast member. Good value for an overnight. The 50 amp full hookup sites have cable which requires a $2 extra fee (on top of the $10 C-t-C points) but that is still a bargain for a nice, level, shady space.
A little out of town, but quiet and restfull. We stayed a week on Coast-to-Coast Points so the rate does not reflect the public price. This is NOT a private CG like Coast Resorts claims, but is very nice. Right on the Animas River. We will stay here the next time we go to ride the Silverton Train.