Rate is with Good Sam discount and off season. It had been raining so we stayed in the grassy section for the first time, much less muddy than the wooded section where we normally stay. The grassy section has pull throughs with easy in/out for an overnight stay without unhooking the toad. Still a quiet campground with a friendly staff. It was too wet to use the great path that circles the lake.
Beautiful campground on the canal that runs between Houghton and Hancock. This is our 2nd visit and we will return. Good utilities although with a class A if you want to face the water the utilities have to be crossed under the unit so bring extensions. The Internet is weak at times. There is not a 7 night limit. We were here for a month last year and 2 weeks this year. But, reservations are important. Next year they will move the opening date (and day to start making reservations) from May 1 to May 15.
Beautiful location with a great view of Lake Michigan and fairly close to Big Spring State Park. If there were sewer hookups, the rating would be a 10. We stay here whenever passing through the area just for the view. There are several videos available in the office and a book exchange. Very nice owner.
The campground was $29 per night, but we had to pay a MI state park entrance fee of $29 for the RV and $6 for the Jeep. The RV fee has to be paid once a year and the Jeep fee was just for this campground. We wanted to be within biking distance of a festival in Traverse City or the entrance fees would have been enough to send us to another campground. This park was very crowded with no clear dividers between sites. The location, on the bike path and across the road from the lake, is the only thing that makes this campground attractive.
One of the better RV Parks we have stayed in with friendly lot owners. The campground owner is also very friendly with first hand knowledge of things to see and do in the area. Lots of social gatherings available with no hard sell trying to get us to buy a lot, which was very nice. Utilities were great, but no cable since it isn't available in the area. A few TV stations were available by antenna. Good location to see the area. Great layout with the ownership park separated from the campground.
Large KOA with all the amenities including a jumping thingy, game room, pancake breakfast, etc., with nice hosts and workers. Utilities were good and the location is ok with a short drive to town or a longer drive to Wal-Mart.
Great campground! Lots of trees and shade with easy access to a bike/hike trail and close to Duluth by auto. The manager provided the best set of directions I have ever received over the phone and was very nice when we arrived. We will stay here again. Good antenna TV reception.
Steep road going down to the sites near the river and the sites by the road (don't have to go down the hill) didn't look very inviting. The pull through sites by the river are a little tight (width and height) and aren't on the river. The river front sites are all back in and wider. Great tent sites are available, but we were disappointed in the other sites. The owner is very nice and is working to improve the sites, so next year may be a different experience.
Campground has gravel sites, good utilities but no cable and no stations available on the antenna. It is within walking distance of town if you are in shape and don't mind a short walk along the roadside with no sidewalk. Owners and hosts are very friendly and helpful.
The worst campground we have ever stayed in, and I cannot think of a single positive thing to say about our stay. Looked like the owner has doubled the number of sites by putting two sites where there used to be one site making it very crowded. We were next to another class A, and we couldn't both put out the small window awnings because they would touch; didn't even try the large awning. We came back from a long day trip to find that someone had turned our breaker off (it wasn't tripped) leaving us with a very hot RV. We talked to the owner who showed no concern whatsoever about the incident. The previous day the main breaker had tripped on our road due to overloading so we can only suspect that our breaker was turned off while we were gone to conserve power for the rest of the row. Thank goodness we didn't have a pet.
Rate is with the weekly discount. Good Wi-Fi, cable; no problems with hookups. Long gravel sites that are easy to park in and leave. Do not follow GPS in if it tells you to turn onto Miller Lane, instead watch for campground signs. Within biking and long walking distance to Livingston. Lots to do in the area including Yellowstone NP, scenic drives, exploring Livingston, rafting the Yellowstone.
Great campground with very friendly and helpful owners who know the area well. Verizon air card worked well, and the campground wi-fi worked sporadically. Fairly level spots, no problems with utilities. Could pick up Billings TV by antenna, no cable. Walked into town (0.9mi to hardware store and Atlas Bar with the stuffed animals).
Basic RV park with all pull through fairly level gravel sites between the hotel and the interstate. You turn into the road before the hotel when coming from the interstate...there is a small sign but it is unclear which way to go. We parked in the seldom used road during check in and were glad we did since we could just pull into our site from there instead of backing up or making a loop. You can enter the first row of sites directly off the road. We were in site #1, the only one with a tree tall enough to provide some shade. Full hookups and all in one location so easy to hook up. The campground is within walking distance of Medicine Wheel park, which is definitely worth a visit. Also within walking distance of downtown if you enjoy walking a mile or so (we do). Nice view of the valley across the interstate from the campground. If the Wi-Fi signal had reached to the campground I would have rated them higher. We had a good signal with our Verizon air-card. This is probably not a good campground for those with children as there is nothing to entertain them. We will stay here again if we are in the area.
Rate is with Good Sam Discount. Great location in Sioux Falls and not far from the bike path that loops around downtown. We got one of the new sites: we were the first people to stay on the site. Level site with some trees, there are several shady spots but we didn't make reservations in time to get the shadier ones. Verizon air card worked well, their Internet was spotty: sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. This is one campground where you want a backin instead of a pull through. Only saw one pull through in the new section, and you don't want to be in the older section.
Beautiful location between 2 lakes/ponds that both have walking paths around them. The larger lake has a nice beach that is free for campers. Verizon air card worked great here, but so did the campground Wi-Fi. Sites are a little narrow. TV reception isn't very good and the campground does not have cable TV.
Rate for full hookup 50A. Nice park 2 miles from hwy 27/218 with mostly back in sites but a couple of pull throughs. All sites are gravel with picnic table and fire ring. A paved bike path leaves the campground and goes to downtown Cedar Falls and other parks. Verizon air card worked fine and the TV antenna picked up several stations (no cable).
The rate is with a Good Sam discount. Great, easy to follow directions on the campground's website allowed us to take the shortest distance entering from the south and exiting to the north off of I57. The campground was very peaceful and reminded me of a state park with the trees and lake. Several pull through sites with full hookups and lots of cable channels. Verizon air card worked here, but with the strong signal from the campground's Wi-Fi, we didn't need it.
Rate was PPA. Large park with mostly seasonal campers...many from Canada. All sites were well kept and the people were friendly. Clean long, but narrow, sites with a mixture of sand and grass. We didn't participate in any of the many park activities advertised on the board near the office since we were only here 2 nights and used that time to catch up on laundry after Daytona 500 dry camping. Ice cream available within walking distance!
Nightly rate is weekly. We almost never stay at a place for more than a night or two without sewer, but we needed to spend 9 nights here. The bathrooms were small - only 1 shower stall in each men/women and cleaned once a day - at 6:30am. However, they were always clean and only had to wait on someone one time because most of the campers are locals and go home to shower. Nice campground on Portage Lake with a beach, playground, disc golf course and 2.5-3 mile gravel walking trail. Fairly level pull through sites and larger, fairly level back in sites - each one has a picnic table. It gets noisy on weekends due to the locals but is very quiet on weekdays. Walking/Biking distance to anything in town. They are hoping to add wifi in the next couple of years. If they added Wi-Fi and sewer, this park would be rated a 10.
Nice park across the street from Lake Michigan with a view of the Mackinaw Bridge from the water. The short walk to the water is down a small hill but it isn't steep. Pull thru spots behind the pull in spots that face the water. Nice owner, we could pick up a few TV stations over the antenna, easy in/out onto a road that parallels highway 2. We were just there overnight but it is in a good location for day trips in the area.
The only full hookup campground in Copper Harbor and within easy walking distance to anything in town. There is a bike path to Fort Wilkins State Park and there isn't much traffic so it is easy to ride the bike in town too. We rode our bikes to the dock for the Isle Royale ferry and locked them up at the dock for the day with no problems. The campground is good - the full hookup spots don't have much shade and while the sewer was on the correct side for our Class A, the water and electric had to be crossed under the RV. These hookups are shared between two sites so every other one would be backwards for us. The folks from the hotel on site took over the shared campfire and playground one night but they observed quiet hours so no problem.
Nice large campground a mile north of the city of Eagle River. They had a fireworks show on site for 4th of July. Some campsites in the woods would be difficult to access with a Class A, but several sites in the open for easy access. Very nice staff. On site store, bar and mini-restaurant (good pizza, nachos, etc).
No water or sewer hookup. I would have rated this park higher if it had full hookups. There is a dump station and water faucets are scattered throughout the campground. Fairly level gravel sites. Good location for exploring Madison and surrounding areas and right on a bike path, but it was too hot to bike while we were here.
Rate is PPA two nights and full weekday rate one night. Large trees in the front part of the park provided some shade. Sites were large and fairly flat, most were gravel but a few were concrete. Good water pressure. The pool was heated to a comfortable temperature (88 one day, 86 the other). No outside firewood is allowed. Mosquitoes are plentiful – apparently, like most private campgrounds, they don’t spray. Satellite is required to watch TV – no major networks available on the antenna and no cable available. The lower rating is because network TV isn’t available – if they had cable I would have rated them a 9 or 10.
Rate is 2 nights at PPA $15 rate and one night at regular $30 rate. It has been two years since we were here. We stay here during an annual family reunion in Central City. Changes: more "permanent" campers, improved playground. PPA site says no reservations, but I am glad I called a few days ahead to make sure there was a site available for our stay. They were full 2 of the 3 nights we were here. Most sites are pull through.
Close to Smoky Mountain NP, Cades Cove area, within biking/walking distance to grocery, restaurants, Smoky Mtn Heritage Center (check schedule for concerts). Most sites are too small for our Class A RV but we did have a couple to choose from when we arrived mid-week without a reservation. Nice location by one of the small dams on the river making it easy to swim or wade in the river from the campground. Tent area and sites along the river looked very inviting.
Very nice state park campground with friendly workers. We walked from the campground to the museum and hiking trails. Lots of trees: it is doable in a Class A but a little tight in spots. My husband says, "Better know how to drive your big boy before visiting this park."
One of the best campgrounds we have visited. Very friendly and helpful on-site owners, wide interior roads, easy access to I-57, large trees that are kept trimmed so they aren't an issue while driving through the campground or parking. Several pull through sites.
Nice RV park across the road from Berry Springs Park which has spring fed ponds, picnic tables and a bike/hike trail. The trail will eventually connect to the trail running along the San Gabriel River in Georgetown. I agree with the previous reviewer that the sites need to be mowed. We were there for a week and didn't hear the loud boom that people staying in Sept heard. The free laundry is nice and the hosts were very friendly. The roads were a little narrow making it tough to get big rigs in and out.
$18 is PPA rate for 2 nights, the 3rd night was $32.50. We were put in a section with longer term customers with no picnic tables instead of the nicer area with short term guests with the covered picnic tables. Assuming that is because we were PPA. There are many permanent residents - some living in mobile homes instead of RVs and at least one RV looked abandoned. Fairly easy in and out, but the sites should have been angled more for big rigs.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles. You can hear all 3 at this RV park. Good location to see Waco though. There is a restaurant on site that offers breakfast and dinner Monday through Saturday. We didn't try the restaurant but those that did said the food was good. They also have goats and we got lucky enough to see triplets shortly after they were born.
Gravel road and sites, easy access to I-30 and Flying J. Sites are not wide enough. With our slide out and our neighbor's slide out, I could reach out my window and touch their RV. The park was full by 7pm both nights we stayed. Moderate train noise with the RV fan running.
The rate is calculated from two nights of Pass Port America at 18 and one night with Good Sams at 32.50. It is easy on/off I10, with fast food restaurants (including Dairy Queen) within walking distance. The pull-through sites are narrow and short - we barely fit (38 foot Class A pulling a Wrangler). They close the road and put the longer units in the end spot and let them hang into the road. The train whistle probably won't bother you as long as you go to sleep after 11pm and are up before 5am. The managers are very nice and full of information.
Rate is PPA weekday. Nice campground with pull-in spots overlooking a salt water lake and we could see barges/ships on the ICW in the distance. Good Verizon signal for Wi-Fi and phone. I wouldn't recommend a pull through site - they aren't on the lake and aren't as nice as the pull-in sites. My only complaint about this area (not the campground) is people burn off the marshes on High Island and when the wind is from that direction, the smoke blocks the sun and stinks.
Good location, easy access to I-45 and nice view of the bay. Nice staff who provided good information about Mardi Gras activities. The restaurant next door has the same owners and is OK. Some of the non-premium sites have a good view of the bay - better than the pull through sites. Sites are narrow - barely had room for our awning to be out without touching the RV next door. Nice happy hour Wed-Sat 3p-7p and Sun 11a-7p. Within biking distance of the seawall, but Galveston is not bike friendly at all outside of the path along the seawall. Between the park and the seawall (about 1 mile) there are areas with no sidewalk, broken sidewalk, sidewalk not cut for a driveway entrance, buckled sidewalk and the road doesn't have a bike lane.
Packed, well drained gravel roads and sites. No one was in the office when we arrived, but someone was here within a few minutes when I called one of the numbers posted on the office door. There is a pond on site with ducks that loved the bread we fed them. Easy access to I-10. All sites are fairly level, pull through sites with full service (no cable TV, but the antenna picked up several channels). Several trailers here that haven't moved in a long time.
Level concrete pads, but a gravel road. The Shell across the road had the best diesel prices in the area. Only complaint. We were charged an extra $3 because our RV is wired for 50A, not because we wanted to use 50A. We only needed 30A that night and had not planned to pay the extra $3. If it is a 50A site, there should be an extra charge, not you charge one person 30A prices and another 50A prices for the same site.
Great park with access to the Tammany Trace Bike Path. There are 4 sewer sites but you have to reserve on-line in advance ($6 fee unfortunately). The park has a beach, a short bike ride away as well as hiking trails, boardwalks through the swamp and several really nice live oaks. Ask the host how to find the horned owl and her baby (very cute). A couple of minor problems: The sites have a very thin layer of asphalt and the base under the asphalt has problems: the boards our jacks sat on, sank into the asphalt. Also, the sides of the road could use some gravel. There was one spot with a several inch drop off and many places with ruts where gravel needs to be deposited. Overall, we loved the park and will return again whenever we are in this area.
Sites are large with concrete pads at some of them and lots of pine trees: nice setting. Owners are nice. It is one of the louder campgrounds we have stayed at in the northeast. There is a train track nearby and the campground is just off the highway. Luckily, the a/c fan drowns out most of the noise. Most sites have seasonal campers, but the sites are clean and the campers are friendly. It doesn't feel like a trailer park, as many parks with this number of seasonal campers seem to feel. There is access to the Ausable River, and shortly from there, to Lake Champlain. 50amp is not available this season.
Pretty, quiet campground that makes a good base for seeing Cooperstown and the surrounding area. It is very relaxing here, and if we are in the area again, this is where we will stay. There are only four 50A sites so if you want 50A, probably best to make a reservation. Verizon air-card doesn't work very well at the site and their wi-fi doesn't work at all the the site. But both work great outside of the arcade where they have tables and comfortable chairs. Many activities are available and the employees were very nice and helpful. Trash is picked up at your site twice a day.
Owner was very friendly and helpful. I told her what we wanted to do in the area, and she printed out directions and provided a map. The campground is an open field with full hookups, and it appears that most sites are pull-through. We had the park to ourselves on Sunday night. Good location for seeing Ellicottville, Alleghany State Park and Zippo/Case tour.
The campground is small, but we were able to get a spot on the edge of the golf course during the week with no reservation. They were booked for the weekend though. We had no problems parking our 38' motorhome in one of the sites you can see the golf course from on the right hand side as you enter the campground. If you have a motorhome our size or larger I would only recommend those sites. We stayed here over a year ago on one of the other sites and had a difficult time parking - we did it, but there were a few close calls with trees and with a steep drop off behind our site. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The Heaven Hill distillery is only a quarter mile south of the campground.
Dirt/mud at the site, there should at least be gravel. There were big ruts from where the guy before us apparently got stuck - don't know why these weren't smoothed out before we got there. Several cluttered long-term sites. Nice to have propane/windshield repair/newspaper shop inside the park. Wi-fi signal was good, however the internet connection was lost on a weekend day and not recovered until the next day. Hookups were good, no cable, but we could get 5 good channels off the air. Good location for volcanoes at Petroglyph Natl Monument.
Well stocked RV supply store, cheaper than most Camping Worlds we have been to. Friendly staff. Sites were level, utility location was good. Some shade trees. Good location for Chiricahua Natl Monument if you are over the 29' limit at the Natl Monument. Not much in town so get supplies before visiting.
Nice level sites, good utility locations. Check-in process was a little long and a key card was required to go in/out of the gate and the card had to be returned when leaving - that was a pain. They wouldn't pre-assign a site because they put everyone side-by-side in the next available spot. Since they weren't very full, it would have been nice and more private if they had skipped a spot between RVs. The guy driving around on a golf cart asking if you are ready for a new RV was a little odd, but expected since it is part of an RV dealership. The Camping World (which is within walking distance) is overpriced - even higher than the catalog and about 10% higher than other Camping Worlds.
Great park - an easy walk to the sand dunes, located behind the park. Another easy walk to Woahink Lake across the highway. From the tallest dune near the RV park you get a beautiful view of the dunes, the ocean and the lake. Nice wide sites with bushes between sites providing more privacy than you get at most places. Very helpful and knowledgeable staff. Short drive to dune tours and rental ATVs for the dunes. The sea lion caves and Florence are not very far away.
Our site was too short for both the 38 foot RV and the Jeep so we parked the Jeep in the overflow parking which was near our site. Couldn't pull back any further because the water hydrant would interfere with the doors on the slide. Overall, not a bad park. The beach is easy to get to by walking through a tunnel out of the hotel parking lot next door then take the elevator down to beach level and walk down a few steps. We would stay here if in the area again.
A nice resort: a good location for Portland, Mt Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. About 5 minutes to the nearest train station in Gresham. The park managers gave great directions. One lane 20-ton bridge at entrance could be a problem for some larger rigs with toy trailers in tow.
The place was perfect except there are too many dogs running wild on the end of their leash with their owners letting them do whatever including crapping in the gravel and on the path to the beach. There were pieces of toilet paper around the sewer showing evidence of a problem, but this should have been cleaned up before we got there: no one wants to camp in a dirty spot. It did get a little tight on the weekend when it filled up, but during the week, management was great about spacing everyone out. Management was very friendly and helpful and had the best office hours we have seen.
A great location to tour the west side of Olympic Natl Park and the beaches. Across the street (easy to cross) from a store that has it all: hardware, groceries, clothes, shoes, etc. Nice management who provides lots of information on things to do in the area.
The park is in a great location to see Mt Rainier and the east of Mt St Helens, even Seattle. There is a rails to trails path that goes both ways out of the park, spots are very spacious with full hookups. A duck pond is on the property with Daffy, Donald and Daisy for your entertainment and feeding pleasure. There are additional brand new pull through sites that are supposed to be available next spring. Park staff was extremely helpful in providing information about places to see and routes to take. We are 3 months into a 6 month trip and this is the best RV park we have stayed in so far. If we come back to this area, this is the park we will stay in.
Rate was a weekly rate. A great RV park with a wide variety of site locations. Some areas have large trees for those of us who like shade and some areas have no trees for the satellite users. Next time, I will make a reservation earlier to try to get in row B. We were in spot D2 and had to use several boards to get the RV level. The managers were very nice and helpful with things to see and directions to get there. This is the best RV park in the area.
Rate is weekly. There is only one 50A site - fortunately we got it. You can walk to the winery next door and to the diner between the campground and the highway. A wide variety of sites are available - shady or sunny. On Wed and Thurs the couple that manages the campground is not there and it is difficult to find someone if you want to check in or have questions.
The reason we chose this campground is it is the further est private campground from the railroad track in the area and the corp of engineer and state park campgrounds were full. There are only 2 sites that don't have permanent residents on them and the one we got (#6) was very unlevel with a ditch running through the middle of it. This is more like a trailer park than an RV park. However, we had full hookups including cable and we were rarely at the RV when not sleeping so it wasn't too bad for us. We had to park backwards and get our front tires 2" off the ground to get level. I wouldn't recommend this park if you plan to spend time at the RV - there is no picnic table and it is not a typical RV park. It is not set up for recreational use.
Great location close to many things to see. We were here two weeks waiting on RV repairs after hitting a deer. The owners were very helpful and even kept our site open for us indefinitely until we we able to give them a leave date. Our only complaint is the sites are narrow and when the campground is full, as it was most of the time we were there, it is difficult to drive down the roads between the campsites because either campers or tow/pull vehicles are in or very near the road.
Great location to spend the night on the way into Canada. The campground is laid out in circles with the sites on each side of the circles making every site a pull through as long as you aren't too close to those on both sides of you. Interesting concept that worked great for us since we got there earlier and left later than our neighbors. The owner knows the surrounding area and attractions and is very willing to discuss what to see and the best driving routes.
Pretty location next to a park that borders the river and a bike/walk path. If you want directions from the couple that manages the park, get them from the man. We got 3 sets of directions (to the same location) from the woman and couldn't follow any of them.
Full hookups with cable was nice. The spots are too narrow and to make it even more difficult to get into your compartments, there are rail fences on both sides of the site. Frequent trains right at the campground - stones throw from your campsite. Expensive for what it is.
The pull through sites do not have sewer hookups. Very convenient for overnight stay when passing through on highway 2. The campground is within walking distance to the monument for geographical center of north america.
Very friendly and accommodating staff with Dairy Queen goodies on site. Fairly well stocked store in the summer. Also has 2 camping cabins available. Only complaint is that the 30A breaker kept tripping at 20A. We didn't get a chance to tell the owner before we left, but I am sure he would replace it with a new one since the park seems to be very well maintained. Easy off and on I-75 without I-75 noise.
Nice wooded sites, but not quite wide enough. The fire pit on the site next to us was uncomfortably close to our window awnings. The putt putt golf course is fun, but is overdue for an upgrade. The trail around the lake is great for both walking and riding bikes.
The brewery within walking distance of the campground has great food and beer. I was very disappointed that we had 30A service. I had asked for full hookups and was given a 30A site instead of 50A even though 50A was available when I made the reservation. The other down side is they don't clean the sites between campers: there was several pieces of trash and even animal waste in the site.
Very small spots - if we had neighbors beside us or behind us we would be physically touching. Overhead power lines should be run underground. 5 large speed bumps driving through the park - not a lot of fun in the RV.