Conveniently located in town, this is a nice, albeit crowded park. The sites are level but tight. Our pull through had a nice cement walk, next to a nice patch of well-kept grass. As others have mentioned, the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. They know and promote their town. There was a decent-sized pen for dogs, and several areas along the perimeter of the park are considered dog walks. If the lower part of the park is open, you can walk down a steep road to the creek. The cable TV channel selection was good, although the reception wasn’t the best. Wi-Fi at sites is virtually non-existent. We used our Verizon 3G service the whole time, and it worked well. The park was clean and very well maintained. Didn’t use the shower/restroom facilities or laundry. This is a good choice if you want to walk to central Cody.
This was our first stay at a KOA, and we were very disappointed. The lots were very tight. We knew there was no cable TV, but there was no digital TV either. The area surrounding the park was rundown; felt a little uncomfortable. The campground’s Wi-fi service was good as was Verizon 3G service. Restrooms were clean. This park is not worth the price we paid which reflects an AAA Discount. We would not stay here again. We camped here for one night.
Nice, well-managed park which is very close to the northern entrance of Yellowstone. The staff leads you to your site, which is helpful because there is a narrow road on the hill leading up to most sites. We camped here for a week.. The deluxe sites were tight, but adequate. Unfortunately, there isn’t much room to walk dogs, although there are two small pens for them. Cable TV reception was just okay, and the “local” stations are from California. Camp Wi-Fi was good as was our Verizon 3G service. Nice laundry and beautiful restrooms. The park is located in town, so it’s convenient to walk to restaurants. Elk visited the adjacent property twice while we camped here.
Location is the top amenity at this campground, located on the shores of the Missouri river. Our site was right on the river. The utility hookups were positioned so that we were able to enjoy the view from the rear window of our fifth wheel. What a treat to see the sunset at night. The campground has its own boat launch, and the adjacent public park includes a beach. This is a nice, small, clean campground. Only complaint: the WiFi didn’t work. Verizon 3G service was very good. It was very quiet during our mid-week stay. The shower facilities were basic and clean. Rate reflects 10% Good Sam discount. We’d recommend this park for a short or long stay.
This park is just minutes away from Glacier National Park, yet close to the towns of Hungry Horse and Columbia Falls. We camped here for 6 days in our fifth wheel at a pull-through, full hook up site. The park is clean and well-maintained. Garbage is picked up daily right at your site which is very convenient. Trash cans are located around the park for small items, such as dog waste. Sites were adequate width and level. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. The bathroom/showers were very clean. We saw children enjoying the playground equipment. There is a nice trail up the hillside right from the campground where we walked our dog. WiFi worked well, and Verizon 3G service was good. Price reflects the Good Sam Discount. We’d recommend this park.
This park is older, but well maintained. We had a full-hook up, pull-through lot. Some lots are narrow. Most have some view of the beautiful Flathead River. The staff was efficient at check-in and provided us suggestions for hiking and kayaking in the area. We loved the nearby Echo Lake. Rest rooms are older, but very clean. WiFi reception was acceptable. We would definitely stay here again. Posted rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This is one of the prettiest campgrounds we’ve ever visited. There are flower beds everywhere, even on campsites, and they were in full bloom in late August. The spaces were large, level pull throughs. Dumpsters were conveniently located at the front and rear of the park. Wi-Fi reception was acceptable. The staff was very efficient and friendly. There is a train nearby, but the sound didn’t bother us. We camped here for one night and would recommend this park. Posted rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Small campground, well managed and well-maintained. It is located on the Yellowstone River and the views are breathtaking. Sites are acceptable sizes and very level. WiFi worked very well. Owners were very helpful. Bathrooms were very clean with unexpected homey décor. There are no discounts. No miscellaneous amenities such as playground, pool, etc so it's an adult park. We highly recommend this location.
If you need a one night stop, this park is geared to short visits. It is conveniently located right off RT I 90; expect some road noise at night. The spaces are all pull-throughs, but they are very tight and not level. As advertised…they do have the cleanest bathrooms around. Not only are they clean, the fixtures sparkle. The wi-fi does work, but it’s slow. We used our Verizon 3G hot spot service which worked well. There is space for dogs to run, including a large fenced-in area. We were a little taken back by the requirement to park behind our rig. Our long-bed truck would’ve fit better in front of our fifth wheel. As other reviewers have suggested, Pete is the highlight of this campground. He suggested we take a back road route to take from the Little Big Horn Battlefield, and the drive was really enjoyable. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We would stay here again if in the area, but this is definitely not a place to relax.
This campground, located a few miles from I-90, is in a beautiful, quiet setting. It’s extremely well kept with many amenities including a pool, hot tub, laundry, rec room, even sites with a private hot tub. There are several categories of camp sites. We stayed on a standard full hook up site, which was not level. These sites are also very close together. Since the park wasn’t crowded by the third week of August, we had no problem. However it would have been unacceptably tight if the park was full. The Passport America rate posted here is good for 4 days only, but this is not clear on either the campground or the P.A. websites. From this campground, you can easily visit central and northern Black Hills attractions. Check out the hiking path that starts right from the campground; we saw two beautiful mule deer during our hike. We really enjoyed this campground and would definitely stay here again, as long as it wasn’t peak season.
There are two major tourist attractions in Wall, SD area: the Badlands and the Minuteman Missile Historical sites. The Sleepy Hollow Campground is perfectly located to visit these attractions. Also you can walk to the Wall Drug Store and the excellent Wounded Knee Museum. Sleepy Hollow is a convenient, clean campground with well laid-out level sites. There is playground equipment to keep the kids occupied and a tiny pool. The fenced-in dog area is great, big enough for a large dog to get exercise. Staff was efficient at check-in. Wi-Fi was good. Only a few sites had cable TV; which comes at an extra cost. The shower facilities were immaculate. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We’d recommend campground for short stays while taking in the sites of this area.
We camped here for one night, mid-week in a fifth wheel. There are mostly seasonal campers in this small park. At mid-week, there were very few people in the park. It is and old, but well-maintained. The shower facility was very clean, although outdated. The pool was beautiful, and looked very clean, although we did not use it. Our lot, was level but narrow The owner assured us that the adjacent lot would not be occupied; it wasn’t. The owner was very pleasant and helpful. We stayed here at a Passport America rate and would recommend it for a one night stay.
We stayed at this park for one night mid-week in a fifth wheel. The park is primarily season campers with a few spaces allowed for transient campers. The lots are level and large. We found the owners to be friendly and very helpful. The campground is very well maintained. There is a tiny pool which also serves as the only shower facility for the entire park. So we would recommend this campground only if you can use the shower in your rig. We stayed here at a Passport America rate. We were charged an extra $2 to use our air conditioner. It was a very hot day, and we considered the extra charge reasonable.
We have a 33’ fifth wheel and try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. We stayed at Pecan RV Resort for several days in January on our way to more southern points in Florida. The lots are pull-through, concrete, level, and spacious, and all are uniform in size with full hookups including cable. The park is well cared for and clean. If you want to wash your RV, you can. They request $10 to cover water costs; seemed fair to us. There isn’t a separate dog walk per se, but we walked our dog along the 2 miles of paved roads. On the grassy edges along the perimeter of the park there are several dog dump/ bag stations. The park has a small catch/release pond. The swimming pool looked clean but don’t think it is heated as no one used it while we were there. We didn’t try the exercise room. The staff was very nice and efficient. Wi-Fi performance was inconsistent. The park is very close to the JAX airport so commercial and military planes fly very low above the park. The planes are very noisy, but we didn’t find it too annoying since we were there for a short stay. We used our Passport America rate, amazing considering it’s prime season. We wouldn’t consider it a “resort”, but we highly recommend for a short transitional stay upon entering Florida.
Spent a few nights during the weekend spanning the last of September and early October here in a 33 foot rig. Stayed at a full-hookup site with electricity, water and sewer. Very nice campground. Well kept and clean. Lots of activities for kids. Friendly management. Outdoor pool was closed. Indoor pool was still open. We didn’t use it, but it looked very clean. Very nice, clean laundry. There’s a small restaurant which was open for breakfast on the weekend. Nice camp store and activity hall. Lot was small but adequate in size, however it was not level. Campground is a little hard to find. Lots of twists and turns off main road; be sure to watch for signs. The Meadow Brook Diner in Saylorsburg was a great place for a home-cooked dinner. Good place to explore the Delaware River Gap / Pocono area. We recommend this campground.
We spent 2 weeknights in late September here in a 33 foot rig at a full-hookup site (electric, water and sewer). Since we were here very late in the season and it rained on both days, we didn’t have a chance to get a good sense of campground life. However, we can report this: very friendly, helpful owners. Had lots of information about the area in the camp store; discovered that FDR’s home was nearby. That was a great adventure for a rainy day. Clean, well kept campground. We were on a site high on a hill; adequate room. Had a big open space for dogs.
We camped here for a few night in late September, in a 33 foot rig. Park has full-hookup sites with electric, water and sewer. The campsites are a nice size. Staff was very friendly. Dog waste disposal receptacles are conveniently located throughout the park. There are lots of facilities for kids. This is primarily a seasonal campground and most of the sites are very well maintained. It’s a very big campground. There are no special paths for the dog, but plenty of roads for walking. The dumpsters are located too far away from the campsites. We noted that most people drove their trash to them. A big con: the ¾ mile entry road is in VERY bad condition. It’s so full of potholes that you can’t avoid hitting them. We were concerned about how it would affect our RV suspension. It’s unfortunate, but we cannot recommend this campground due to the condition of entry road.
We camped here with a 33 foot rig. This park has full-hookup sites with electric, water and sewer. Spent a week here in late September while visiting Acadia National Park; great location for this. The free shuttle bus stops here too. Excellent restaurants close by. Sites are averaged size. Most have some view of the Frenchman’s bay. Both full sun and shaded sites are available. We had a full sun site which allowed us to enjoy the incredible night sky on Mt Desert Island. Nice laundromat with ample machines. Access roads were wide enough. The campground was very big so there were plenty of roads for walking the dog. The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. We were given a 10 minute orientation of the area when we checked in. Bathroom facilities were average but very clean. Staff was frequently seen tending to bathrooms and campground. We recommend this campground.
We camp with a 33 foot rig at full-hookup sites with electric, water and sewer. Spent a long weekend in mid-September here as a stopping point on our way to Acadia National Park. Large campsites, but not level. Campsites are available in full sun or shade. Kayaks and canoes can be rented for Beaver Pond on the grounds. By September, much of the pond was overgrown with vegetation, but still, kayaking on it was enjoyable. The campground had a lot of tent camping which provided a lot of woodsy trails to walk the dog. They have an onsite restaurant with two delightful owners. We bought homemade breads and purchased fresh vegetables and herbs there. What an unexpected bonus! The pool was still open in late September. It looked nice, but we didn’t test the waters. We usually follow driving directions from campground web sites for the last few miles. These took us right through the center of Bath ME and the last few miles of road were bad; follow your GPS or Google directions instead. Explore Popham State park at the edge of the peninsula along the ocean if you are here for a few days. The beach near the fort allows dogs. There is also a separate beach for swimming. We weren’t in love with this campground, but it’s well-kept and is a decent place to stay for a night or two.
We camp with a 33ft fifth wheel at full-hookup sites with electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. Spent 3 weeknights in mid-September here. Getting to the office can be tricky with a larger RV. We stopped at the sign near the entrance (thanks to a previous review) and walked to the office. We recommend doing this, or call office when you arrive, or you won’t be too pleased. Staff was friendly at check in and offered to lead us to our site. We declined and found it easily. The beach area on Rolf Pond (very large: we thought it was a lake), was very nice and clearly well kept. Lake water was clean and very clear. Watch out for the large turtle. Fishing from the dock was good. Mostly shaded sites. Our site was a pull through and it was a good size. Sites are irregularly shaped so it doesn’t feel crowded. Seasonal sites were very well kept. Since we were here off-season, mid-week, we met mostly seasonal campers who were very friendly. There is a small laundromat, the web site doesn’t say that. We learned about it from a staff member. There weren’t separate dog trails, but the park is so big that we had plenty of area to walk. Roads are narrow. Cable TV was only available to seasonal campers; too bad. There were only a few stations available with the antenna. We explored the White Mountains from this location; it was a little too far. Although we were here in the fall, we got the sense that this would be a great place to visit in the summer. We recommend this campground.
We camp with a 33’ft fifth wheel at full-hookup sites with electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. Spent three nights, during a BUSY tourist weekend in mid-September, 2011. Friendly, helpful owners. We hadn’t booked a river-front site, but when we got there, we wanted one. The owner took the time to show us several options which were available. We chose a riverfront site. The hookups were positioned so that the rear of our 5th wheel with the big window could face the river; we were delighted. We were able to fish right from our site! They rented kayaks and float tubes, but the river was running too fast for us to try them. The campground was well cared for. It’s conveniently located to visit Lake George. Good security considering it’s close to a major road including an automated security gate. Clean campground; seasonal camper sites were well kept. The road along the river was a good dog walking route, especially since there weren’t many tent campers there this time of year. Campsites were small but level. Park is near a busy road so we heard the traffic (offset by convenience of location). Trash dumpsters were located at the far end of the campground. We understand why, but there was trash strewn around the dumpster area. We recommend this campground.
We camp with a 33’ft fifth wheel at full-hookup sites with Electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. Spent two days here in September 2011. Level, average-sized campsite. Friendly staff. On Kayuta Lake with boat launch, dock for seasonal boats, and a nice swimming beach. Kayak rental. Mostly shaded lots. Seasonal campsites were well kept. Small trash receptacles all around the campground, which were emptied regularly. Bathroom facilities were nice. Nice road to walk dog near the “rally field” and pavilion. Lots of recreational facilities. Roads were narrow; difficult to maneuver RV. If you have a spare day, visit the Pixley Falls State park. We recommend this campground.
Request full-hookup sites with Electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. Visited for three weekdays, the hottest of the summer in July 2011. Pros: Incredible location on a bluff overlooking Lake Erie. Sunsets are fabulous. Common area on the edge of the bluff allows everyone to enjoy the view. Has a private, albeit small and stony beach, but you can swim there and it’s accessible. A dock for boat launching. They rent kayaks. Friendly staff. Remote location – near farmland makes for nice walking and cycling. Campsites are large. Full hookups sites available in sun or partial shade. Free camp-provided Internet service is good. Restrooms are average. Cons: Water pressure poor. No pool, but then who needs one when you can swim in the lake! Verizon cell phone service poor. Shaded areas have a lot of mosquito's. We recommend Virginia’s beach. The cons are vastly outweighed by the location. It’s hard to find waterfront campground along Lake Erie let alone one that isn’t crowded. This one is a diamond in the rough.
Request full-hookup sites with electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campground. Stayed at Kalyumet 3 weekdays in June 2011 while visiting Cook Forest State Park. Pros: The grounds were well cared for. Wonderful smell of pine in the air. Large shaded campsites. Didn’t use the pool but it was quite large and looked in great condition; had a life guard. Checked out the shower/ restrooms - immaculate. Easy to find. Friendly staff. Close to Cook Forest State Park and Clarion River. Nice trails; good for dog walking. Decent Wi-Fi. Verizon Cell phone service worked. Cons: No cable and couldn’t get any TV or radio stations with our antenna. Pond not useful; overgrown with vegetation. We recommend Kalyumet.
Request full-hookup sites with Electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. We spent a week here around Labor Day, September 2011. Pros: Friendly staff who seemed to take good care of short term maintenance issues. They very quickly responded to an electrical breaker problem we had. The dog walking paths were the best – a maze of long paths cut through a meadow, and into nearby woods. Kids seem to love the play areas and the hayrides. There was live entertainment in the common facility during Labor Day weekend. Great location for exploring Lake Cayuga, the area wineries, the town of Ithaca, and don’t miss Taughannock Falls. Cons: Lake was overgrown with vegetation. Pool was used a lot, but it looked in serious disrepair. Very small campsites. We were crowded up against neighboring campers. Narrow roads . No laundry facilities. Many of the seasonal camper sites looked like junkyards; we guess there aren’t many rules. This is an old, large campground in need of some serious capital improvements. We do NOT recommend this one.
Request full-hookup sites with Electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. Visited for a few days in late August 2011. Took in the “falls” sights of course, but don’t miss the Beaver Island State Park while you are on Grand Island. Pros: This is a new campground, only two years old. The facilities and the condition of the campground reflect that. Cabins (although we didn’t see one inside) are beautiful and most overlook the campground lake. The lake was good for fishing (catch and release) and kayaking. The facilities for kids are great – a pool, zip line rides, hayrides, a beach at the lake, activity center, sand volley ball… Landscaping is beautiful and natural. Lots of path for walking the dog. Small trash receptacles (for recyclables too) all around the campground, which were emptied regularly. Cons: a little pricey. We recommend Branches of Niagara. It’s one of the nicest campgrounds we’ve stayed at.
Request full-hookup sites with Electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. Brookside is on a cliff overlooking Lake Erie. Stayed there for a few days in late August 2011. Pros: Easy to find, level lots, reasonably priced. Cons: No pool, Nice beach but not easily accessible: Had to climb very carefully down a long set of steps. Couldn’t easily enjoy the view of the lake, except from very few sites. Did not check out the bathroom facilities. Recommendation: Decent place to stay for a night or two.