Pretty campground, lots of trees, flowers, and bird feeders. Neat and well kept with multi-levels. Narrow, hilly roads, but long gravel sites. Feels quiet and secluded but you are close to shopping and town. Nice staff. WiFi is spotty sometimes. We would definitely return.
Nice comfortable park with some inherent problems. Gravel roads are badly potholed, sites are way off level, and the noise from railroad. Fort Benning target practice is annoying. That said, the staff is friendly and helpful, and we would stay here again.
A typical COE campground, which means just about perfect if they only had sewer. Large level cement sites with good spacing. Site backs up on the river with birds and waterfowl entertainment. Verizon service is spotty and over the air TV doesn't get all network stations. Still wonderful.
Small rustic, very hilly park with narrow roads and off level sites. Very heavily treed. Sites are large and well maintained. Friendly and helpful ranger lent us a tool to fix an electrical problem we had. Birds all over the place, nice ambiance. We would return.
A park where the idea is better than the reality. Right on the gulf, but if you are not in the first row you are jammed in on sand and shells with a lot of road noise. The staff is very nice and for us, the wifi and cable worked fine. Busy place with rigs moving in and out every day. We would not return.
Rustic campground with dirt roads and sand/grass sites. We were only there for an overnight at an electric/water site. Helpful, friendly owner. Campground was very neat and clean. Wi-Fi worked well, but cable quality was mediocre. We would stay here again. Rate was Passport America.
Older campground with winding, narrow, dirt roads and grass, heavily treed sites. Pool is not heated and the Wi-Fi is spotty. That said, the place has a very nice feel and the owner is very friendly. Price is with Good Sam discount on Bike Week upcharge. We would return.
I really like this clean, well maintained, nicely landscaped park and I wish I could give it a higher rating. The sites are roomy both width and length with concrete pads and patios, but no tables and the interior roads are very narrow. The services are badly placed and we had to borrow a 50 amp extension cord in addition to our own 50 amp cord, just to reach the pedestal, a problem seen at many other sites. No free WiFi. Nicely heated pool but it was small and shallow (4.5 ft at deepest). Friendly people and staff.
Established park with mostly park models and a few spots for visiting RV's. Very clean and well maintained. Friendly, helpful staff. Gated at night with card access. Quite near airport and planes can be annoying, especially during the day. We would return.
Very nice campground. Gravel roads and sites, with cement patios. Heavily treed with stuff falling on rig and patio. Very pet friendly. Small heated pool is very comfortable. Staff is very nice and accommodating. The park is neat and well kept by an attentive staff. Sites are long, but close together. We stayed a month and are extending it for another.
Very nice campground. Gravel roads and sites, with cement patios. Heavily treed with attendant problems with stuff falling on rig and patio. Very pet friendly. Small heated pool is very comfortable. Staff is nice and accommodating. The park is neat and well kept by an attentive staff. Would be a 10 if the sites were roomier. Sites are long, but close together. We stayed a month and are extending it for another.
Very comfortable park with a nice layout of circular pods. Good roads and friendly staff. A tranquil area in the midst of very busy Miami. Rating would be higher if the spacing between sites were more generous. We were in pod 4, others seem better spaced. Price is based on weekly rate.
Delightful relatively small Snowbird park. We were parked in the "transient" section in a ginormous (100+ ft) pull through level grass site. Paved interior roads. Friendly people both staff and residents. Clean and well kept. Great value for the price (Passport America) Nice, large, grassy, fenced dog run complete with doggy bath facilities. We would definitely come back.
Rustic park with dirt roads and grass sites, ours was not level. Wi-Fi is good but cable has been disconnected. Road noise from highway is intrusive. Price is high for PA, I think. OK for overnight, but we would not return.
Small, old park with many permanent or long term residents. Grass sites, some with picnic tables. Laid back on-site owner. Even though there is a pet policy, some large dogs run free. Quiet area in country setting. 6 miles to shopping. Free wi-fi is inconsistent.
Older park with rough interior roads. Gravel site was level with cement patio and picnic table. Site spacing was adequate. Road noise outside the rig is quite noisy, and might be a problem for those with single pane windows. Park has a nice "feel." We would return.
Very rustic park, a long loop in a canyon. Interior roads are gravel and rough, sites are grass and really off level. Worst part is that it rained quite heavily the week we were there and our site became a mud puddle. Wifi is good. We probably wouldn't return.,
Lovely spacious, well treed park with big level sites. Friendly, helpful staff. Nice pool and great Wi-Fi. Rating would have been higher if they would repair the roads. They are very rough and pot holed. Wonderful ambiance and generally quiet. We would definitely return.
This is our third time here in 2 1/2 years and the park has been improved every time we've returned. Very neat and clean, with pleasant, helpful staff. We would rate the park a 10, except for the crushed stone/shell sites. Wi-Fi is strong and reliable. Very convenient to beach and city. We will definitely return.
Large park with almost 400 full hook up sites, but it feels more like a state park. Mix of sites, but most are very well treed and very private. Wi-Fi and cable TV works well. Screened pool very nice. Very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is run by the Elks Club, but they allow the public to camp at a $5 premium over members. Park consists of 24 side by side, pull through sites on gravel, with large grassy areas as separation. A no frills park, but they have good services and free wi-fi.
Very noisy urban campground. Front half gets road noise from busy highway, back half gets train noise from multi-track switching station. Tight grass and gravel sites but owner helps you park. Not a great neighborhood but gated at night and we felt comfortable. Best feature is the small but deep swimming pool and very nice hot tub. Easy 12 minute drive to the French Quarter, or you can take public transportation and/or the park's shuttle. Excellent value for the location. We would definitely return.
When we last visited in 2009 this is what we said - "Friendliest campground in Louisiana, or maybe the whole US. Betty treats you like family. Daily group happy hours and frequent pot luck meals are a treat. Small and cozy, sites are tight, but the hospitality out weighs any shortcomings. Can't wait to return. As you can see, we have been in a lot of campgrounds, and this place is definitely one of a kind. We always look forward to returning.
Very nice small park with on site owners. Level cement sites are close together, but more than adequate for our purposes. We are here for spring bird migration and a number of sanctuaries are only a few blocks away. We would definitely return.
Nice park with level sites and wide roads. Only problem is that advertised WiFi didn't work for 3 of the 4 days we were there. Can't advertise a service and then be ambivalent when it doesn't work. We would not return.
Park is open and with full service sites. You pay in the restaurant. Sites are level, but electric posts are so far forward that our truck blocks the aisle to hook up electric and stay connected for overnight stay. Trains with whistles are VERY close and seem to come every few minutes. I don't think we would stop here again.
This was our third visit to this lovely desert campground. With a couple years in between, we immediately noticed how the park has matured from owner's care. One drawback to us is the remoteness of the location although that contributes to its ambiance, but makes for long drives into the city for services. As much as we like this park, it will be our last visit due to the owner's overt political rantings and blatant untruths scrawled on handwritten signs posted on their bulletin board.. Even if I don't agree, I always respect a persons right to their opinions and positions. But I think that has no place for one in the hospitality business. Such things are best left to personal conversations. It was very off putting and we will not return.
Nice clean, quiet park, set well back from the road. Very friendly, helpful staff. Gravel site with small concrete deck. Very fast, reliable wifi. Rate is a mix of Passport America and Good Sam discounts. We would definitely return.
Large, quiet park, fair interior roads. Our back in wasn't level, took 3 blocks. Friendly, helpful office staff. Our site only had 30 amps. Nice park to visit Organ Pipe. We would return. Price is Passport America for one day and discount for 2 additional.
This park is it's own State Park now, not part of Buckskin Mountain SP. Spacious paved sites with good separation. Wide aisle rows, but narrow, difficult to navigate turns with curbs. Beautiful mountain setting with sandy beach on Colorado River. Also a boat launch. Due to low visitation during November and December, there is a special rate of pay for 5 days and stay for 7, bringing the daily rate to $18. We would definitely return.
This is our 4th visit over the years and it remains one of our all time favorites. If it only had sewer, this would be a 10+. The layout, spaciousness, desert scenery, night view of the city, friendly helpful staff and multitude of birds make this park always someplace we anticipate returning to.
Old park with haphazard layout. Some sites have services on wrong side. Friendly staff and nice ambiance. Wonderful rate for weekly stay. Pool is hot spring and kept nicely. Close to tiny village with basic services and 30 minutes from Pahrump, with everything, except charm. We would return.
Older park with many permanent residents. Overnights are relegated to back area with pull throughs. No ambiance or character, but $13 PA is nice for a stop. No sewer in this section and only 30 amps service.
Older park, but this place is as neat as a pin. Grass is perfectly mowed, shrubs are trimmed and there is decorative landscaping on almost all the sites. Sites consist of a gravel strip bordered by blacktop for truck parking and a cement patio on door side. Staff and residents are very friendly. Minimum stay is 1 week, but price is right at $130. Full service with 50 amps. Wi-Fi was weak from our site #30. Located next to busy street with attendant traffic noise, but only noticeable to picky people like my wife. We would definitely return.
Very nice park with large pull through sites, good roads. Well treed and nice ambiance. Only negative is constant road noise which is disruptive when you are outside. Rate was for full hookups, winter season. We would return.
We are on the river row and it's lovely, so peaceful looking out at the river traffic and shore bird activity. A short walk to Old Bayfront and only minutes from downtown and shopping. Excellent Wi-Fi and cable. The grounds could be neater and a little paint on the storage buildings would help, but there is a lot of atmosphere and we are very content.
Old, basic campground with many permanent residents. Gravel roads and narrow sites. Selling point is location at the marina with easy access to shopping and the bay. Very friendly / helpful owner / manager. Very fast recently installed Wi-Fi.
Location, location, LOCATION! There aren't too many campgrounds where you can park literally 50 yards from the ocean. This is one of them. Basic park on gravel with large sites tucked into the trees. 50 amps and full hookups makes this park comfortable. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Nice campground with a view of the Strait. Paved roads and somewhat narrow sites, some in the open and others heavily treed. Water and electric service only. Almost 30 minutes to Port Angeles for shopping. We would return.
Heavily treed park with many tight sites, but we had a side road pull through and good satellite reception. Friendly, helpful staff and very comfortable feel in the park. Convenient to very nice town and ferry to Seattle. We would definitely return.
When we made reservations for a weeks stay we emphasized that satellite reception was critical for us and was assured that they had a site for us that would be OK. When we arrived we discovered that the park is not reservation and it is literally carved out of a forest. We had to search the park for a suitable site and there aren't many of them and they were of course already occupied. Everything else in the area was full, so we were stuck for a week without TV and internet. Not the way to do business! We would definitely NOT return.
This has been renamed and reopened as Boise Riverside RV Park. Park is all gravel with some cement patios. Interior roads are good, sites are quite large, with room to park your truck alongside the back of rig. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We had problems getting TV signal and they moved us 3 times, (problem was us). Wi-Fi is smoking fast. We would return if in the area.
Lovely little campground on edge of town, with huge level sites and well manicured landscaping. Beautiful mountain views and goats grazing next door. Very friendly staff and owners. Offer free breakfast during the summer months. We would definitely return, this is one of the most comfortable campgrounds we have ever been in.
Very nice campground with large, level sites. New bathrooms and laundry are immaculate. Some road noise, but quieter at night. We had to leave a day earlier than we paid for and got a refund without question. We would return.
First, the good points - location is great for visiting RMNP, price is favorable vs alternatives in area, pool, friendly staff, good security. Negatives - rough dirt roads, uneven dirt sites, close spacing, non-existent Wi-Fi, poor signage at entrance, overall shoddy appearance. Park is a zoo on the weekend and virtually empty during the week. We would probably return if we were in the area again.
Very nice park with spacious, well laid out terraced sites. Very friendly and helpful staff and on site owner. Water pressure is low and there is no cell service, but there is a free phone in the office. 20+ minute drive to shopping. Many birds and wildlife. We would return.
Retro styled park with vintage trailers and cars for rent. Also has cabins. Interior roads are dirt/gravel and sites are grass/weeds. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Appearance is negative due to loads of scrap and junk lying around. Wi-Fi is very strong. We would not return.
Beautiful and serene natural setting in Taylor Canyon. Large pull through gravel site with large private sitting area. Even though heavily treed we were able to get satellite reception. Very friendly and helpful camphosts. Bathrooms are immaculate. Convenient to many scenic drives in area. Would be a 10 if there were sewer hookups. We would definitely return.
Older park with gravel sites, uneven bumpy interior roads. Very friendly office staff. Our pull through site was wide and long. Water pressure is dangerously high. Very convenient to town. We would return.
Limited number of gravel sites among a sea of older RV's and park models. Not a lot of pride in the neighborhood. That said, it was relatively quiet and very convenient to major shopping. We would not return though.
Very nice campground with 4 electric/water sites and 27 dry sites. CG is nestled below cliffs. Everything is very neat and clean, rest rooms and showers are kept spotless. Many hiking trails. Quiet atmosphere is a respite from the busyness of Bryce. We would definitely return.
New, very nice campground. Small, well laid out loops with level concrete sites. Well landscaped, but of course immature trees. Good views from all over of the lake and cliffs. We would definitely return.
We camp hosted here in October in the lower treed campground and wanted to return and camp in one of the hill side loops because of the dynamite views of the valley. The views were wonderful, but the wind was relentless for the 6 days we were there. Still a great park and we look to return in the future.
Our second visit to this park. New owners are expanding it and upgrading the facilities. Gravel sites are large and level. WiFi is lightning fast and available at the back of the park where we are located. Nice heated indoor pool and hot tub. On site restaurant is open on weekends. We would return.
A great park, heaven for birders. Lovely ambiance and natural setting. Half of the park is closed for electrical upgrade and the second half is closing in a few weeks. They have guided bird walks many days of the week with really knowledgeable volunteers. This would be a 10 if they had sewer connections. We will definitely return.
Simply a line of 15 full hook up sites with shielding palm trees between, along the back of a huge blacktop parking lot, with the Salton Sea across the way. Even though there are frequent trains close by and constant bugs and lake smell, the park has a nice feel to it. There is great birding is only a few feet away. We would return.
Park is terraced on a hill with many sites having gorgeous views of the Temecula valley. Unfortunately the roads are narrow and the gravel sites are off level. Very friendly staff, so so residents. Beautiful pool overlooks the valley. Well stocked library also has lots of movies. We would return.
Great park for an overnight stop. Well maintained and nicely landscaped. Friendly staff. Long dirt pull throughs enabled us to stay hitched. Awesome steak house restaurant on site, with very reasonable prices. We would return.
Charming, small RV park, convenient to Old Bisbee. Great views, reasonable price, friendly staff. Only negatives are 30 amp service and visually daunting, difficult tight turns and hilly entrance and exit. We would definitely return.
Large gravel sites and wide paved roads make this a very comfortable campground. Very friendly staff and residents enhance the feeling. Many activities to keep you busy and entertained. The only downside for long term stays, is that Benson isn't much of a town, with limited shopping and restaurant choices. Park would be a 10 if there were a pool. We would definitely return.
It's everything as advertised, huge level sites, in pairs, well spaced. Good reliable services, including WiFi. Can be very dusty if the wind blows. Really far from any support services, like fuel, food and groceries. Very friendly, helpful on site owners. Not our cup of tea though: we would not return.
Wonderful park with large, well spaced sites, right in the foothills of mountains and yet only minutes from restaurants and shopping. Interesting, well marked trails for hiking. Would be a definite 10 if there were sewer hookups. We will definitely return.
Typical, small snowbird park, out in the boonies. Very friendly staff and residents. Very clean, neat park. Sites are level gravel with concrete patio, but no table. Shopping is quite some distance away. Rate is PA. This is not our cup of tea, so we would probably not return.
One of our favorite parks. We look to visit here any time we are in the area. Natural feeling only a few miles from urban convenience. Large private sites and wide roads. Excellent area for birding. Helpful and knowledgeable birding docent. Rating would be 10 if there was sewer hookups. We will definitely return.
Very nice, neat clean park. Wide paved roads with gravel sites. Some sites look tight, although the ones at the back are spacious. Small pool. Very convenient to light rail right outside entrance. We would return.
Very nice park. Good roads and large paved sites. Quail loop has some shady sites and other loops are more desert like. Great valley views from upper loops. Bathrooms are kept immaculate. Very friendly, helpful staff. Would be a 10 if there was sewer. We would definitely return.
This place is wonderful. This was our second visit, the first being almost 4 years ago and I always wanted to return. It was magical the first time and the magic did not wear off on our second visit. Awesome views all around you of the red canyon walls. Yes, the grade down into the canyon is a bit steep, but it was less daunting the second time around, and the switchbacks mitigate the steepness. It is not a reason to avoid coming here. We stayed in the Mesquite loop both times and we think it is the best. Large and very separate sites. All sites in this loop are satellite friendly. It is the furthest loop into the park which we find desirable. There is no Verizon signal anywhere in the canyon. Plenty of hiking trails for anyone so inclined. Water and electric hookups only, no sewer. That not withstanding, I would rate it higher if it were not for the $5 per person park entrance fee charged for every day camped here on top of your camping fees. We would return.
Free 50 amp full hookup site at Lucky Star Casino. Gravel back in off parking lot, about 75 yards from casino entrance. And when you register they give you a $10 free play voucher. What's not to like? We would return.
Old run down campground with gravel and grass sites, ours was not level. Nice owner. They don't take credit cards and cable TV is only 2 channels. Not a destination, but fine for an overnight and the price is right. We would not return.
Nothing much, but a convenient overnight stop. Only water and 30 amp electric, but relatively cheap at $22. Friendly owner accommodated our late arrival. Grass sites are not particularly level and services are visibly old and worn.
Lovely little COE campground well off the beaten path in Buckhorn Kentucky. One small loop of 31 back in sites, all on a creek or river. Side group of 5 tent sites. Black top road and pads with grass and trees in between. All sites have sturdy picnic tables, fire rings and grills. Some sites with good view for satellite reception. Verizon service good. Friendly, helpful hosts. Our rate was with Golden Age pass. We would return.
Older park tucked behind an RV dealer. Quiet and comfortable, with only occasional trains passing. Large gravel site with cement patio. Many shade trees, but we were able to get satellite. Rate reflects weekly discount. We would return.
We were in a nice loop, although the rest of the park has small sites and narrow roads. Price is right with Golden Age discount. Dump station is unusable. There is a long 6-7 mile winding, hilly road to get to this park. We would not return.
Older park with mostly seasonals, but nice feel to it. Heavily treed, no satellite reception. Tight interior roads. 5 miles from town. Brown water some times. Nice pool, but not heated. Price reflects CCUSA discount, otherwise, way over priced. We would return.
Beautiful wooded campground in rural setting 14 miles from Savannah, GA, just over the border in South Carolina. Very convenient as a home base to explore historic Savannah. Front pull-through sites lined up in 2 neat rows. Quite open with good satellite prospects. Sites in the treed section back of campground were more scattered, but that contributed to the charm. Even though there were a lot of trees in the back, there were several sites to choose from that got satellite through openings in the trees. Very quiet. No rest rooms, showers or recreation which was fine with us. Excellent free WiFi. Rate reflects Passport America discount which is unlimited any time except March and April. On site owners friendly and accommodating and always working on park improvements. We would definitely return.
Very nice snowbird park. They do a better job than most of separating the permanent models from the RV's. Has lots of grass and green space and trees, with ponds and hiking trails. Plenty of open sites that are satellite friendly. Free WiFi that works well all over the park. Most sites are on grass and need leveling help, except for one small pull-through section with cement pads. We were here during off season and it was open and quiet. During season it is probably packed. Sites in the front sections are very tight while sites in back sections are roomy. Staff was very friendly and accommodating, allowing us to pick the site we preferred. We would return.
Typical snowbird park with RV sites mixed in with park models. Many sites are close together, although they are very long, so size of RV should not be a problem. The roads are rather narrow so when park is full it could be a challenge to park your RV. RV's are parked on grass with a concrete patio and picnic table. Nice landscaping and park is well maintained. Small but nice swimming pool. Convenient location. Helpful friendly staff. Office closed on weekends off season. We were there during off season and it was quite empty. We understand there are many activities during season and the park is popular with French Canadians. Rate we paid reflects off season/first time visitor internet special. We would return.
Large, multi-use park, spread out nicely. Has wide paved roads, but mostly grass sites. Ours was rough with trash from previous campers. Not much landscaping. Nearby shooting range and channel with speed boats can be annoying. Price is very high for amenities. We would not return.
Rate reflects monthly, plus electric. Large, older park with mostly park models. Good interior roads and large grass sites with cement patios and blacktop parking pads. Well landscaped and treed. Helpful staff. Convenient to shopping. We would return.
Totally rebuilt campground after hurricane wiped it out. Wide blacktop roads with large gravel sites, all with picnic table, fire ring and BBQ. Pretty, but spare landscaping, no shade. This state park is located on the Laxahatchee River with plenty of recreational activities, including a very nice nature boat tour. We would return. There is a second, older campground near the river, it is heavily wooded, smaller sites and narrow roads, not for big rigs.
Very nice campground with wide roads and large paved sites. Very friendly, helpful staff. Our site at the back of the campground was very quiet. Washers and dryers are inexpensive. Lots of bird activity, but can't put out feeders. Only negative is difficult to use locked gate system that closes at 3:30 in the afternoon. We would definitely stay here again.
Old, run down campground with loads of permanent residents with "grown in" rigs. Uneven grass sites and narrow potholed roads. That said, the people are friendly and it's quiet at night. Many kids and dogs. We would not return.
Price reflects weekly rate. Small campground with rock sites and roads, pretty tight spacing. There's a busy, noisy road right outside. Park is kept neat and immaculate. Small pool area is very nice and clean. Nice marina and gathering area with a Tiki on the bay. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV. We would return.
Large older park with mostly park models. Clean and quiet. Friendly, accommodating staff. On a very busy multiple lane road, not easy to get in or out. We would return, because it was significantly less expensive than the alternatives.
What a little gem! Small, quiet campground with grass sites placed around a lake. Large back ins all have a cement patio with picnic table and charcoal grill. Only downside is that service consists of electric only. There is a dump station and water fill-up station. $10 nightly fee is with Golden Age Pass. We would definitely return.
It is one of the finest parks we have ever been in, but also the most expensive. Since we were in Naples to visit relatives, we didn't use the facilities and can't comment on them. It is a beautiful park, but way over priced.
What a little gem. Small older campground that's been given a lot of TLC from its new owners. They are adding more RV sites. About half the park is park model/mobile homes. Most are in nice shape. They are building a brand new swimming pool which is almost ready to open. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Hands-on owners. Price was very reasonable for the area. Location was nice on a quiet street but good proximity to all shopping. Upon check-in, we were given two $10 gift cards for a delicious nearby seafood restaurant, Phillipi Creek. It was great. We were in the expansion area in enormous sites. The only negative I can report is that these sites are made of crushed shells which can be hard on the feet. We hope to return in the future.
Quiet, National Park Service campground at Gulf Islands National Seashore. Paved roads and large, spacious back in sites. Rate reflects 50% discount for Golden Age Pass. Rating would be even higher if there was sewer. We would return.
This park has reopened under new ownership. New owners are doing a great job. They got rid of the geese mentioned in an unfavorable previous review. Friendly and accommodating. We were told to just select a site and they would come to us to sign us in. Rate represents Passport America discount which they accepted even though we were there over the Thanksgiving weekend. Roads are mostly dirt with too many pot holes. All sites are a combination of grass, dirt and gravel, and not level. Park was quite empty so plenty of space. If it were full, I think they would be a little close together. It's a beautiful property with plenty of trees, but most of the sites around the lovely pond were open enough for satellite. I could see they had a beautiful swimming pool, although it's off season and the pool is now closed. Very nice clubhouse. Free (yes free) laundry with 3 washers and dryers. Only negative was low water pressure. We would return.
Lovely Corps of Engineer park. Rate reflects Golden Age discount. We stayed in the loop below the dam. Several other loops were closed for the season. Kind of off the beaten track and not convenient to any services, but good place to get away from it all. Fairly heavily treed, but we were able to get satellite reception at our site. We would definitely return.
Railroad tracks nearby. Can't see them, but you can hear the trains and their whistles day and night. Typical laid back Southern attitude. Told us to go get set up and come back later to pay, or the next day if we wanted to. Great water pressure. Sometimes an unpleasant sewer type smell, but I couldn't figure out what it was or where it came from. Lots of "residents in the back part of the park. Kind of run down looking. Good level concrete sites in the pull-through "daily" area, although you park your tow vehicle or toad on dirt and gravel which was a little soft from all the rain and many potholes. We would not return.
This is an older county park. Large paved sites with plenty of space between you and your neighbor. Nice concrete picnic tables on a gravel patio. Sites on the lake have only water and electric. All others are full hookups. Water pressure not very strong. Nice camp host and laid back attitude. Said she would be gone the afternoon we arrived, but to just pick a site and she would find us in the morning to settle up. Only 30 amp electric, and I think not always full 30 amps as we tripped the breakers several times in spite of being careful. Located on the inside loop of the oxbow lake and it takes 20-25 minutes to get into town for any services as you must drive around the lake. You MUST eat at Rhoda's in town. Looks scary from the outside, but the best road food we have ever had. Awesome fried chicken and catfish and homemade pies. We would not only return, but go out of our way to come here!
One of our favorite public parks. Nicely maintained Corps of Engineers park. Rate reflects Golden Age discount. Ginormous long paved sites. Lots of trees, although we managed satellite reception in several sites in the B loop (12, 24 and 28). Gravel patio with cement picnic tables and large fire ring. Water and electric hookups only, but you can release your gray water on the ground if you use a small diameter garden hose, so it was practically like full hookups. Very quiet and secluded park, but just a couple miles from major road with plenty of services, restaurants, shopping, etc. We would definitely return.
Nice quiet campground in a good location. Very large, long sites. Plenty of sites good for satellite. Convenient to historic features and shopping. Pleasant folks in the office. We also used it as a base to visit Kansas City, especially BBQ restaurants. We would return.
About the best thing I can say about this small crowded park was that it had excellent water pressure. Very urban setting, but located down a hill off the street, so the noise was not too bad. Convenient to all historic sightseeing, shopping and restaurants. Nice folks in the office. Had trouble with our satellite but they have Wi-Fi, not free, but cheap.
Pleasant quiet campground that was practically deserted when we were there as it was off season. Some sites open enough for satellite. Convenient to the Rowe Sanctuary, a major birding spot for Sandhill Cranes migrating in the spring. We would return.
This is one of the nicest public parks we have stayed at. Spacious, open sites good for satellite. Pretty landscaping at each site although flowers no longer blooming, nice foliage. Great view of Scott's Bluff, and close proximity to Scott's Bluff National Monument and convenient to services in town. Friendly and accommodating camp host went out of her way to help us get a site we would be happy with. Would definitely return.
An older park with gravel sites, fairly heavily treed, but we managed satellite reception. Campground has an on-site BBQ stand with excellent ribs. Friendly, helpful owners, even took propane for refilling. We would return.
Spacious gravel pull throughs without amenities in this laid back campground about a mile from town. Has very friendly, helpful owners. Passport America pricing made this a bargain. We would definitely return.
Heavily treed dry camping, pull through in Grand Teton NP. Very private sitting area with table and fire ring. Location is great for exploring the park. Right next door is a full service campground that would be much more desirable. We could not get satellite reception.
Best thing about this campground: location, location, location. Worst: tight sites. This is absolutely the best place to camp to see as much of Yellowstone as possible. It is located pretty much in the middle of the park, which saves you time and driving to the many venues. It's the only campground inside the park with full hookups, and we thought the price of $39 was a very good value. Water pressure was good and electricity stable. Sewer connection was a bit high off the ground but it was no big deal to us. The sites are very tight and backing into them is not for the faint of heart, but once we got in and settled, the closeness of other campers really didn't bother us. Yes: one of our slideouts was smooshed up against a tree, but we were able to deploy all our slideouts and were able to fit our truck in the space next to our trailer. This campground was built a long time ago, and we were happy to be able to fit our 36' fifth wheel here. In spite of the many tall pine trees ringing all the loops, we were able to get satellite reception. The Xanterra workers in the office were great and went out of their way to accommodate our needs. This is the only place we will stay to visit Yellowstone and would definitely come back.
Quiet little U.S. Forest Service campground. Heavily wooded, no hookups with very, very large sites. Our sideways pull-through was so big you could have parked two of us in it. Even the back-ins were very long and looked easy to get into. A nice break for us from commercial campgrounds, although it would be hard for us to stay long without internet. Absolutely no possibility of satellite reception with all the tall trees, and no Verizon cell service either. An inexpensive overnight, although the reservation fee ($9 reflected in price shown) was more than the nightly camping fee ($6) with our Golden Age Pass. We were surprised the campground was half empty on a Saturday night.
One of the nicest state parks we have stayed at. Easy back-in to our huge site with a backyard where the bison and big-horned sheep roamed. We had a paved pad with lots of grass around. No problem with satellite reception in the row our site was in. It was heavily treed down by the creek though. Very nice shower houses which were spotlessly cleaned daily. You could have eaten off the floor! A beautiful lodge located right next door with an excellent fine-dining restaurant. We would have liked to stay longer, but all sites were reserved for the weekend. Very comfortable and relaxing: we would definitely return.
Rate reflects Passport America. Nice well kept, quiet park but the hilly terrain made for a very off-level site! Very large/long sites with plenty of grassy room between sites. It was wide open for satellite reception but also had a nice ambiance. Good location for exploring all the venues of the Black Hills; also close to Custer State Park. Easy trip into town for shopping. Pleasant owners. Half the campground is a horse camp, so be prepared for the accompanying smells and sounds, although it didn't bother us much. One night we were kept awake by constantly barking dogs, which the owners admit they heard too, but did nothing about. If not for the off-level site and barking dogs, this would have been a 9 rating.
Park is adjacent to a very busy highway. Too much traffic to sleep with the windows open. RR tracks on the other side. Tight roads, tight sites, very rundown park with trash and abandoned parts and vehicles all over. The owners are nice, but this place could use a lot of TLC. Stayed here because of the on-site hot spring pools. We did use them but thought they could be a little cleaner. Price way too high for the condition of the park. We would not return!
A delightful little gem of a campground. Clean and well kept. A fair amount of open sites good for satellite access, but surrounded by wonderful tall pine trees. Mix of site sizes with many being too small for rigs over 35' and not all are full hook-ups. There is a small cafe with a limited menu, but good food, on site. Also a pond stocked with trout you can fish for without a license, paying by the inch for what you catch. The cafe will even cook it for you. Small heated pool which was kept very clean. Only down side is the location 6 miles out of the town of Deadwood, on a road with many steep grades and some curves.
Small park with narrow roads. Owner escorts you to your site and assists in parking. Gets very busy on weekends with families and multiple vehicles making movement very difficult. Multi-generation family run park. Best stocked camp store I have seen, (food and groceries), which is good since there is no grocery store in town, only a convenience store which has only snacks. Not enough full hookup sites, only about 1/2 the campground. Dump station centrally located in the campground which made it harder to get to and traffic blocking.
Nice large open park. No problem for satellite. Large sites, long pull throughs with plenty of room for rig and tow vehicle or MH and toad. Well kept, but could have more gravel on the pads as it gets very muddy with rain. No activities or camp store, but we don't need those things. Best bathrooms I have ever seen, sparkling clean with heat lamps in the showers and nice shower curtains. Friendly, accommodating staff. Owners constantly working on upgrading the park: building privacy fences, new picnic tables and adding cabins. Convenient to shopping and town. Would definitely stay here again.
This place is a DUMP. Little more than a dirt and gravel parking lot with patches of dry brown grass and lots of tall trees. Very few sites can get satellite reception. Nearby train tracks with train noise. We were in the back row next to a construction/truck company with old abandoned trucks on the property. Park is almost full with long term contact workers in older run down rigs. Passport America rate and reliable full hookups with good water pressure. Good proximity to the Buffalo Museum (worth a visit) and visitor information center with friendly staff. OK for an overnight convenient to the highway. I would find another place to stay next time if in the area.
This place is actually like 2 campgrounds, an upper section and a lower section. We stayed in the upper section which is more open to have satellite reception and full hookups. It's a lot quieter than the lower section. The lower section is much prettier, heavily treed and next to the river, water/electric only, very busy on the weekends. Great place for the kids as it is very geared to families with mini-golf, volleyball and basketball courts, soccer field and playground. They also offer tubing. Very well kept. Friendly staff. Site fee very expensive on weekends. I would rate it higher if it weren't so expensive. We didn't need all they had to offer. We only came here because our other choices were booked up.
There are heavily treed island with sites along the water. The sites are Grass with cement wheel strips. We are between 2 large trees. There was no satellite reception. Spotty Wifi costs $13.95 for 10 days and doesn't work most of the time. There is no sewer, but the park offers pump out service. Our bird feeders were mobbed all week, great for birding. If internet is important to you, avoid this place.
Very nice park with really large, long grass sites. Cement patio with newer composite picnic table. Excellent free Wi-Fi. Many older park models and trailers in a separate section. Friendly staff and very well kept grounds. Rents watercraft for Wisconsin River right alongside. Bar and restaurant on site
Beautiful wooded and prairie park with many lakes and hiking trails. Very neat and well kept, friendly staff. Gravel sites off well paved roads. All sites have tables and fire rings. Mostly no hookups, but some sites have electricity. If park had full service it would be a 10.
Excellent proximity to downtown St Louis, nicely landscaped and maintained campground, with large sites. Our site is WAY off level, others look fine. Beautiful view of the arch right across the river. Does NOT have Wi-Fi as advertised. We would return.
Friendly and family owned campground, every site backs up to a lake. Sites are large, half cement and half gravel. Our site had depressions and flooded during rain storms. Nice pool. Excellent restaurant and meat market run by family a few miles away. We would return.
Friendliest campground in Louisiana, or maybe the whole US. Betty treats you like family. Daily group happy hours and frequent pot luck meals are a treat. Small and cozy, sites are tight, but the hospitality out weighs any shortcomings. Can't wait to return.
Price is for monthly rental. Really nice up scale park with cement sites and border plantings. Friendly, helpful staff. Nice huge dog run and very friendly residents. Loads of birds at our feeders. Probably the nicest commercial park we've ever been in. Right next door to Bentsen State Park and World Birding Center headquarters, a top birding destination. We would definitely return.
Nice campground with roadside pull throughs. Private garden area with roofed patio, table and fire ring. Tons of birds at our feeders, also Havelinas. Only a few miles from Salineno, prime birding hotspot in area. Birding in park is also awesome. We would return.
Nice park 20 minutes from downtown by bus, stop conveniently located across street. Very convenient for touring the missions. Large gravel sites with cement patios. Nice pool and small hot tub. Quiet. We would return.
Very nice city park with side road pull throughs. Good vegetation and loads of birds at our feeders. Some annoying noise from highway close by. Camping loop on other side of road is much more desirable. We would return.
Great small campground with wonderful ambiance, loads of birds and great owners. Only thing keeping it from perfection is lousy water and road noise. Lots of wonderful old trees, but many sites satellite friendly. Great nature walk. About 13 miles to town and shopping. We would definitely return.
Only lack of sewer prevented this park from a 10. Older well treed park with large sites, well spaced out for privacy. In spite of trees we had no problems with satellite reception. Loads of birds, but they made us remove our feeders due to strict no wildlife feeding rules. Near to Austin for sightseeing. We would return.
Nice state park with huge gravel pad and lots of grass. Covered picnic table. Good park for birding, nice lake. Nearest town and services are about 15 miles away, so stock up beforehand. We would return.
Nicely maintained and landscaped park with wide cement roads and level cement sites. Friendly and accommodating owner. We arrived late in the day without planning and were well taken care of. We would return.
Older park with narrow interior roads, level concrete sites. Would have used the pool more if it had been heated. Great location right in town, right across the street from Paradise Pond, one of the best birding locations we have ever been to. Would definitely return.
Very large park, loads of trees. Many permanent residents, some in beat trailers. Sites very large and level. Couldn't get satellite reception. Surprised that a park of this size with excellent Wi-Fi didn't offer cable TV.
Small park near interesting small town, 14 miles off the main road. In pull through site with full hookups right in entrance. Sites with water and electric only available inside park with more ambiance.They have Wi-Fi. Friendly and helpful staff. We would return here.
Nicest public campground we've ever been in. Paved roads and sites with heavily wooded surroundings and loads of space between sites. Great views of glaciers. Hookups would make it perfect! While the trip through the train tunnel to Whittier was interesting, the town itself was a major disappointment.
Gravel and grass park with spacious sites along creek. Nice park, but 6 miles from town, and feels like it could be anywhere. Very rough, potholed road into park. Nice mountain views. Good satellite reception. Shuttle service to boat tours.
End of street campground in quirky and charming little town of Hope. Right on Resurrection Creek with everyone fishing. Great ambiance and café/bar across street. Best halibut so far in Alaska. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Only lack of sewer hookup, or dump station, prevents this from getting a higher rating.
Gravel campground with great ocean and mountain views. Helpful, friendly staff. We ended up staying 10 days even though we only came for 3 and had to move and dump once. Short walk to shopping area and boat harbor. Picnic table and fire pit at every site. Excellent laundry room. Very clean shower rooms are cleaned twice a day.
Very small gravel park with gracious hospitality. Nice views over meadow of Cook Inlet and mountains in the distance. Little town with services and Homer 15 miles away. Directions will take you to a bridge with 13'2" height restriction. If you're taller, you have to detour 7 miles south of town to Old Sterling Highway, and back track to other side of bridge.
Small campground with gravel back in sites. Ringed by mountains. Connected with a lodge with Wi-Fi, restaurant and hot tub, accessible to RV park campers. Not much to do in area, except fishing and hiking.
Large park with gravel sites, narrow roads and loads of permanent, run down residents. Wi-Fi didn't work, no cable. Rip off at $45 a night. Problem is, that there doesn't seem do be anything better in Anchorage.
Large parking lot in downtown area with relatively narrow gravel sites. Fishing village ambiance, and right in the middle of everything, directly across street from small boat harbor. Good wifi and great cable tv selection. Surrounded by mountains.
Lovely rustic campground on lake with outstanding views across the lake. Beautifully landscaped and planted. No water or sewer. Friendly, attentive owners make this a charming haven in the middle of nowhere!
Beautiful campground with spacious sites spread far apart. Heavily treed, but we managed to get satellite reception. Located right inside Banff Nat Park, couldn't ask for a better location to sightsee the area.
Older heavily treed park near lake and river. Narrow gravel and grass sites. Slides are literally only a few feet from the RV next to us. Truck parking is difficult. Friendly, helpful staff. Although we managed to get the satellite up, it might be difficult in most of the park. Their wifi is strong and fast.
Spacious state park right in city of Denver. Very loud road noise. Pull through sites are very spacious and spread out. We saw deer and birds every day. Convenient to shopping and services. Campground fee does not include $6 daily entry fee and $3 water fee.
Pull through site on cement and asphalt in rather rough looking state park, narrow patchy roads. Not too much vegetation. They have loads of Geese and their droppings made it very difficult to walk around. Campground fee does not include the entrance fee which is $6 a day or $60 for the year.
Clean and well kept campground just west of city of ABQ. Large pull thru sites and wide easily navigable interior roads. Cleanest and nicest bathrooms and showers I've ever seen. Pleasant office staff. Nice fenced dog runs. Not a destination campground, but good for an overnight, or as a home base to explore the area. Reasonable rates.
Absolutely beautiful desert location, enormous gravel sites with cement tables and fire rings. Great spring vegetation and fabulous mountain views. The best campground we've been in in 2 years of full timing. Only lack of sewer kept this from a 10. Our second time here in 4 months. We can't keep the bird feeders full.
They were full so we spent the night in overflow. Toured the campground and it's lovely. Ended up leaving after one night because they were full for the weekend, but we would definitely come back. First class operation.
Great park with sites on small lake, loads of birds. Really large sites with tables and fire ring. Birding trail is about 200 yards away. They do boat tours and rentals. Would rate it a 10 if there were sewer hookups. Area is center of world class birding.
Very narrow pull through in old park off ocean in Nuevo Kino, Sonora, Mexico. Very windy, nothing to see or do. 70 miles from Hermosillo. Stayed 3 days and headed home. Toured all CG's in area and nothing suitable. Old Kino is very depressed with nothing to see or do.
New park, still being worked on. Wide paved roads and large sites, with heavy gravel base, not comfortable to walk on. Rear sites butt up to desert and hiking trails with beautiful views of landscape and mountains. Quite a distance from city, but close to Desert museum and Saguaro National Park. Takes PA in off season.
Very nice county park on Colorado River, just north of town. Park is all grass with sites clustered around utility poles servicing 4 RV's. Layout seems haphazard. Very friendly staff and residents. Hookups are electric and water only, but pumpouts are free 3 times a week. Very well kept grounds with good walking areas. Very good value for long term stays, only $250 a month, electric included.
Nice desert setting with large sites. Beautiful sunset views. Quiet park. Pull throughs 50 amp and backins 30 amp. Nearly empty. Caverns right here, tours expensive and redundant. Throne room is best tour. Shopping at least 10 miles away.
Absolutely beautiful desert location, enormous gravel site with table and fire ring. Great vegetation and mountain views. The best campground we've been in in 20 months of fulltiming and over 120 campgrounds! Only lack of sewer kept this from a 10. Saw more birds than we have ever seen at our feeders. Showers very nice. Really far from everythything though. Did a lot of driving in 9 days.
Desert state park with water and electricity, paved very large pull through site, with table and fire ring. Nice ambience, and a great area for sight seeing. We reuped 3 times and ended up staying 10 days. Rating would ahve been a 10 if there was sewer
Small park with close together sites, but no problem with slides. Friendly accommodating staff. Urban setting. Convenient to highway, shopping and sight seeing opportunities. Close to Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge and Scenic Byway Highway 89 at Logan.
Great campground, heavily wooded terraced layout, feels more like a national park than a commercial campground. Gravel site. Only 30 amps. We managed to get satellite, but park is heavily treed. Very nice!!
Sites are uneven spots in an open grass field with erratic mowing and chuck holes. Narrow gravel roads. Electric and water hookups appear to be 50 years old. Staff seems overwhelmed and confused when they are available, which isn't very often. Definitely would not return at these prices, and are considering a letter to KOA.
Well kept very large older CG with lots of permanent residents. Level cement sites with grass and table. Small pool at entrance and joke playground for children. Very friendly, helpful staff. Nice place!
Very rustic campground, in tall pine trees, gravel site with cement patio. Very friendly and helpful staff keep CG in immaculate condition. Some sites have satellite access. One of the nicest CG's we have ever stayed at. Would be a 10 is there was a pool.
Here for 2 days to check out Highway of Waterfalls. Not much of a campground, gravel pull through sites in a field by the side of the road. Owners are nice and helpful. pool is above ground. 16 miles to food shopping, come prepared.
Pleasant, comfortable CG, clean and well maintained. Friendly helpful staff. Lots of grass and trees, but still satellite accessable. would have rated higher, but our site was narrow and short. Had to park truck elsewhere. Convenient to quaint and historic Eureka.
Beautiful park like setting of sites spread over 160 acres of wooded hilly campground. Very friendly, helpful staff. You have to be Escapee member to camp here. About 30 miles from south entrance to Yosemite NP. Shopping is approx. 10 miles. One of the nicest CG's we have been in.
We were reluctant to come here with the words "mobile home" in the name, but were pleasantly surprised. It's an older park with mostly permanent mobile homes, but some spaces for travelers like us (127 total, 38 available to travelers). Very neat and well maintained facility, with level cement sites. Well landscaped grounds, with nice pool. Quiet park near shopping and downtown. About an hour drive from Sequoia National Park. Would stay here again.
Forest park way off the beaten path. Very narrow roads into it, and within. Difficult to maneuver our 36" fifth wheel. Couldn't get satellite reception, no services. Nice laid back weekend. About 20 miles to town.
Wonderful campground between Santa Barbara and Solvang. Large level cement sites in wooded setting with beautiful large lake and BIRDS everywhere. Full service, but only 30 amps. Many wineries in area.
Grossly overrated. Sardine like unlevel dirt sites in a crowded huge campground with LOADS of children playing in the roads that are filled with cars and trucks because the sites are too small for parking. It wouldn't be a value at half the price.
We've just spent 2 weeks here and can't imagine staying anywhere else when in LA. We had a front row site with the rear picture window directly out to the ocean and the bike path not 50 feet away. Location is central to sight seeing throughout the LA area. Noise from the airport is regular but was not really disturbing to us. Weekends can get busy and noisy, but we didn't mind, it was just families having fun.
Nice new resort in the middle of the desert. Mountains all around, good roads and cement pads. Heated pool and 4 hot tubs. Tennis court and golf course. Quiet park for the 11 days we were there. Only food store is mediocre. They warn you about high water pressure when you check in, but ours was pathetically low.
Lovely remote Desert like park on a lake with mountains all around. Big fishing lake. 5 miles from wine country with many vineyards and tasting rooms. Good restaurants in area. Mostly pull throughs, some short. Has fire rings!
Very nice Park like setting only minutes from San Diego. Excellent interior roads and campsites. Very neat and clean, friendly staff. Numerous lakes for fishnig and bird watching. Loads of birds. Couldn't be much nicer!
Very neat, clean and orderly park. Sites for daily or short term are large pull throughs, easy to get into, separate from seasonals. Sites are gravel without a patio. Nice pool and spa. Plenty of planned activities available. Overall a very pleasant place.
Physical setting is gorgeous and sites are well spaced, level and each one comes with a shaded bench. Down side is park is very tightly controlled as to visitors, only 70 a day, and we were restricted from using the park 2 of the 3 days we were here. Also gates lock at 6:00 PM. Bottom line - beautiful setting if you want to just chill out
Friendly owners, great washer room. Sites very narrow. Walled area for cement picnic table and grill. Visually not very impressive, older long term trailers and mobile home park alongside. Great area for sight seeing, don't miss White Sands National Monument!
Really just a large gravel parking lot behind the owners home. Nice friendly people. We came here to go the the Bosque Apache National Wildlife Reserve and it's only 3 miles away. Train passes by occasionally.
Pretty basic layout with sites close together and minimal trees. Visually unlike any state park we've ever been in, much more like a basic commercial cg. Post office is right in park so there is constant traffic throughout the day. We did see wild horses in cg one morning.
Spectacular scenery and ambiance. Great hiking trails and views of wildlife. Mesquite loop has best views and largest sites. Entry road is steep but no problem with our 36' fifth wheel trailer. Definitely worth a visit!
This is an old campground, not well maintained. Only reason for staying here was proximity to satellite repair people. Lots of seasonals; some look like they've been here forever. Free WiFi but reception in our area not strong. (We needed it until our satellite fixed.) Only a few sites with southern sky exposure for satellite. Kind of kooky old owners, but they tried to be accommodating. They promote their facility as being close to New York City, and tours directly from campground are available. But if reason for coming is to see the City, we preferred Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson with Metro North train station right outside park (where we stayed in August).
Campground just ok. Only 30 amp service and frequently tripped out even though we were careful in our usage. Rained while there and poor drainage caused some squishy and muddy conditions. Best feature 2 pools (one heated) and hot tub. Wanted to leave early to get our satellite fixed and they would not refund unused days. Would not return.
Very nice park. Owners are 3rd generation and take pride in their facility. Very family friendly, but still pleasant for adults without children like us. It's large, but grouped in separate loops with visual treed separation. The bigger loops consist of a large open field with hookups for big rigs in the center, but numerous sites around the perimeter each tucked into the trees that you back into. Very cozy. Only 15 sites have sewer hookups, but mobile service readily available. Owners and staff super friendly and accommodating. Very knowledgeable about the area. On check-in, without asking, gave us a map, told us all the must-see sites and marked them. Good location in this area. Would definitely stay here again.
Quiet and wooded. Typical KOA, well maintained, but pricey. Because it was mostly wooded it was difficult to get our satellite to connect. Staff tried to be accommodating. WiFi available but not free and signal was weak up in our site. A nice place to stay if satellite is not an issue. Kind of an out of the way location; not close to restaurants, grocery or attractions.
Very nice park. Neat, very well kept. Very family active, yet seems quiet. Many sites remotely located. On 2 rivers with swimming and tubing. Some sites with satellite capability. Definitely a notch above the ordinary!
Campground looked nice and well kept, however our site W8 appeared to be new. Very bumpy and uneven, and not level. Rained when we were there and the site became a mud pit. Sites are also very narrow with large rocks at the entrances. Very difficult to enter and leave. We wouldn't go back.
On the good side it's clean and flat. On the down side it's a cement parking lot, with no pretense of anything else. It's right in the city, so perfect for sightseeing of family visits, which is why we were there.
Campground was nothing special, but was immediately adjacent to the Gettysburg battlefield and 1/4 mile from town. They offered horseback tours of the battlefield and had a Diorama display of the battle. All in all, quite nice.
Camping loops are right off the ocean, not 500' from the surf. Although they have a limited number of electric sites, we had no services. Park is quite interesting with wild horses and deer wandering all over. Many families.
When we booked it they told us we could get satellite access, but we couldn't. They have wifi, but you have to be parked right near the office to get it. When we asked to move closer the next morning, they asked us to leave, since "we weren't happy since we arrived". Campgroung was very neat and clean.
Nice family campground with mix of open and shaded sites. Friendly owners keep the place neat and orderly. We had a good site backed into trees with satellite access. Only downside is it's no more than 1000' from I 91 and the traffic noise is constant.
Very wooded and picturesque. We were next to the play field with elec/water, but no sewer. Had shot for our satellite though. Then moved to a full hookup site in the woods, but couldn't get satellite, but had cable. Place was kept very clean and neat. Beautiful swimming hole on the Battenkill River.