This park recently opened and everything was new and clean, but the owner has more work to do. We stayed here five days while visiting family and were the only people there. The 50 amp electric was good and the price was reasonable. We were able to get out with our satellite on the site behind the office. The sites were long and had picnic tables at each site. There are storage sheds for the seasonal campers. The only negative we found was the sewer pipe was a little too high. We would stay here again.
We stayed one night on our way to NY. The grounds were neat and clean. The eight pull-through sites did not have sewer. There were bees inside the electric box when we hooked up. The 30 amp electric tripped when we ran the microwave and coffee pot in the morning. There were some low hanging branches on one side of the road going out. We would not stay here again.
This campground has few sites for 40' motorhomes. Our site had 50 amp service, but the electric box was at one end of the site while the sewer location was at the opposite end. Our electric cord would not reach, but the staff provided a 50 amp extension which worked fine. The water pressure was low. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
This is no longer a KOA park. The sites were well-maintained. There is noise from the interstate and the truck stop. We paid the weekly rate of $150. There is a box on the office door for late arrivals to pay for your site. This is a good overnight stop since it's close to Interstate 80.
This is a well-kept campground. It's located about 9 miles off the PA turnpike on Route 209. The staff was friendly. We thought we would be arriving after the office closed, so the woman on the phone gave me the site number and said she would leave the gate up for us. There are seasonal campers, but sites were well maintained.
This park is way over-priced. We got a discount since it was the end of the season, otherwise the price would have been $60+. The sites are dirt/gravel pull-throughs. The section we were in had two other motorhomes, and the guy in the office put us right next to another motorhome. We would not stay here again. (800) 563-6469
This was a well-maintained park. The entrance is gated and sites are large concrete pads with room to park the car beside the motorhome. Each site had a small patch of grass with nice picnic tables. The sewer was located at the back end of the site which required a longer sewer hose. We had no problem getting out with our satellite. They just recently became a Camp Club USA discount park.
We missed the turn at the round about and had to call for directions. The park has gravel at the entrance, but we had a nice site with a concrete pad. We were able to get out with our satellite with no problem. The Park is located near Route 50, but we didn't hear traffic noises. The staff was friendly and helpful. Passport America rate.
This RV park is located on the Klamath River. The entrance has a very sharp turn coming in. It did have 50 amp service, but in order to get out with our satellite, we took a site with 30 amp service which worked fine for us. We could not use our washer due to detergents and bleaches damaging the fragile septic system, but they did have laundry facilities which used a different system. This is an RPI park.
This was a very nice RV park. The staff was very friendly and took us to our site. The sites were paved and long enough that we didn't have to unhook the car. We had 50 amp service, full hookup, cable TV with lots of channels. We were able to get out with our satellite. We could wash the RV at no additional charge. They gave us the Passport America rate. I would definitely stay at this park again.
This was a nice little RV park. The sites were long enough that we didn't have to unhook for the night. We were able to get out on our satellite. There was a small restaurant on-site that offers a great BBQ buffet.
This park is situated a short distance outside of Seward with a beautiful mountain view. The sites are gravel and large enough to park the toad. They allow RV washing at no extra charge. There is a shuttle to and from the boat tours. The road going into the park has some potholes. We were able to get out on our satellite.
This is a good park to stay at if you want to drive into Whittier for the boat tours. The campground is all gravel, but the sites are large enough for big rigs. We had 50 amp service, but there is no water or sewer hookups. The staff was very friendly. We were able to get out with our satellite.
This is a very nice and well-maintained park. It overlooks the Kachemak Bay and Kenai mountain range. The staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are sloped and we had to put blocks under the jacks on one side of the RV to level it, which made the entry step high. There wasn't a lot of room to park the car next to the RV. We would stay here again, the view was worth it.
Sites were close together. One side of campground close to railroad tracks and was very noisy. If train was transporting coal, RV would shake. TV reception was poor. The staff was friendly. The campground was within walking distance to Ship Creek for salmon fishing. We paid $40.50 with Good Sams discount.
Pull through sites had no sewer hookups. The 30 amp electric varied from 102 volts up to 133 volts. We were able to get DirecTV with our satellite on site #22. I would not recommend this campground to anyone.