The good news is that interior roads have been paved. The biggest complaint before was the washed out crushed limestone and coral road which also produced a lot of dust. The owner has made other improvements. They did add more speed bumps. The overnight sites can still be hard to get out of and are muddy when it rains. Easy access off I-75 and close to Gainesville make it a good overnight stop.
We looked at this campground a few years ago and passed on staying. Since it became a KOA it has improved and the owners have done a lot of clean up and upgrading. Utilities worked well. Lots are a decent size; although, the back in sites closest to US441 are tighter and have more road noise. Easy access from 441. Grocery and shopping within 3 miles.
We had a pull through in the front. Long site, mostly level. Good utilities, no Wi-Fi signal but our Aircard worked. SAT was in the clear. Sites and roads are gravel and drained well. Quiet campground, but... the pull throughs alternate so your door faces your neighbor's door, my least favorite site arrangement, especially when the neighbor's have barking dogs and whining kids. Back-ins are more private. We're full time and stayed here for three weeks on business; total bill nearly $1500 with the KOA discount... that's more than the best RV RESORT in Naples, FL at peak winter rates. My irritation with the cost was no doubt influenced with the fact they were going to charge me for early check-in... 10 minutes. The grounds are kept up and the owners involved. Pool is nice and there are three laundry's. Check the routes in... one has a 12' clearance, one has a couple of tight turns. We came in off US30 up the River Road all the way to Turnpike RD. There's a lot of industry along the river with 18 wheelers so the river road is good. At Turnpike the road narrows and is hilly. Don't blindly follow your GPS.
Easy access once off I-95. Sites and interior roads are gravel, sites are generally level. We had a corner site which gave us extra room, some sites are close together. Utilities worked well although water hookup required two hoses to reach. Good cable and SAT reception. Two nice pools and rec area. Large laundry, well stocked RV parts store and a cafe. Office staff was helpful and well organized with plenty of local info. Metro station is about 4 miles away. A very good grocery is less than 1 mile. Expensive, but a good resort type campground this close to Washington is worth it.
This is a good weekend family campground. Sites are large and shaded. Many seasonal/permanent set up for weekend use. From the main road in: it's all sand. No cable and over the air TV is marginal. Neither my roof top SAT antenna or a portable VuCube could find a signal through the trees. WiFi is Tengo/you pay. Our air card had an average signal. Heavy rain one day turned the road to a river and our site to a lake, but it drained well and the owners leveled out the wash out areas. It's 30 minutes to LBI and about the same to Atlantic City. There are a couple of tight spots for big rigs and some low branches coming in. We're full time and in the area on business so would prefer less of the "camping out" feel; but if you're a family looking for a weekend camping spot it's not bad.
We were her in 2009. At that time there were some rough looking monthly units in the front, which have moved on. Overall the campground is clean with some shade and all level sites. Some over look the pond. Easy on and off from I-295. Utilities worked good. Shopping is 5-7 miles away and it's about 12 miles from Philadelphia. It is not geared to "family" weekend camping. There are no planned kid activities; so, it's peaceful and quiet. Rate reflects weekly but does not include electric. That is metered for weekly as well as monthly.
This is a tale of two campgrounds; the first has nice sites right on the water - the 2nd tight sites surrounded by monthly campers. Be sure to get the water sites, which are mostly open during the week. On weekends and holidays they are full. Go slow on the narrowing roads in and if you have high clearance watch your top. We've stay here before and it's our favorite stop in the area, because of the view. Take the time to watch the ospreys fish, and eagles can be spotted everyday if you sit and wait. The owner and staff are friendly and helpful. Beware of power issues, my volt meter had wide swings from high to low. Shopping and dining are 10 miles away in Bel Air. Overall a good place to spend a few days.
Rate is weekly. Very easy in and out from I-95. Large pull through level sites. Utilities good; however, no cable and the WiFi doesn't work. Over air antenna picked up several local stations. Air card signal is average. Depending on site, trees may block satellite signal. My roof top was blocked, so I put out the Vu Cube and found a hole through the trees. We had a few days of off and on rain which made a splash up mess on the bottom of the coach, but grounds drained well. Shopping, grocery, and eating nearby and it's 30 minutes to Raleigh. Road noise isn't terrible. Very good for an overnight stop. Fuel prices are 10 to 20 cents lower away from I-95 exits.
Stayed here before when it was a KOA. It's easy on and off the I-95,Flying J at the exit. Facilities and cable are good. Sites mostly level. The new owners are keeping it up - makes a good overnight stop.
The only negative is sandy spots, so when it rains expect a mess on the lower part of the RV. After that, it's all good. Easy access, nice office/store open until 9pm nightly. Utilities all worked, spots were level, interior roads paved. Good fuel prices at the exit. Richmond Hill is a nice small town location with everything needed; makes a good base for visiting the Savannah area. They have a high pressure RV/Car wash as you drive in to the right of the propane. Real handy if you picked up bugs . . . especially nice during "love bug" season.
April the park is empty, which gave us a very nice spot, shady with a river view. All facilities worked and are maintained. Built before big rigs with slides... so many spaces would be really tight during the winter season. A good location on Hwy 1, easy access from I95 with full range of shopping within 6 miles in any direction. They're putting in a pool and there have been other recent improvements. We'll use this one again.
A very nice campground, hard pads and interior roads. All facilities well maintained. Nice pool and laundry. A lot of work going on adding a new section. Nice sized mostly shaded sites; by April most snow birds flew north. It is 20 miles from I-75; north bound take US 27 exit, south bound take SR 121. Both roads are good, 27 is four lane. For an overnight only it's a little far, but an easy drive through rolling horse ranches. Basic grocery and shops in Williston. Campground is on 5th street, no signs... go slow and turn at the funeral home - entrance is at the end of the road.
We had used this campground for overnight during the summer, coming and going from the keys because of it's excellent location - 1/2 mile between the turnpike and I-95, right on SR 70. This time spent the month of March. It is gated, nice staff, office, pool, laundry; it has a small lake. All sites are wide cement; paved interior roads. Well landscaped and kept up. There are 3 large truck stops at the same exits... so fuel is as cheap as it gets. There is some traffic noise if the wind is right and your windows are open; but nothing annoying. All of the shopping you need is 2-5 miles away or go to Vero Beach, about 15 miles. Orange Blvd has a diner worth checking out... 1st red light going east off I-95. Good food and prices; it's the only thing in an otherwise industrial area - but stop away. There isn't any reason not to give this park a ten.
First class across the board. Everything paved; wide pads, interior roads. Nice laundries, pools, good staff. All utilities, Wi-Fi, air card everything worked fine. 15 minutes to Naples, 10 to Marco. Considering the rates in S. Florida, this one isn't out of line, because you really get what you pay for.
Nice park, well maintained,landscaped and gated. Sites are owned and some rented. Entrance is through a water park; when you see it, slow down and watch for the road to the RV park. 3G and Wi-Fi worked well. Easy access from either I-95 or the Turnpike. Utilities worked fine. The lot owners are a close knit community with rules... so be considerate.
We had a 50A pull through. Plenty of room. Electric and water are on the right side of site. Satellite reception and local over the air signals were good. Good location with easy access from I-12 and through the park. There are a few low hanging limbs to watch out for. 50A sites are limited and there are only a few sewer sites. Both are hard to reserve on most weekends, but open up during the week.
Great overnight stop, or longer stays. Long cement pads, paved roads. Two laundries, cable, Wi-Fi - everything worked. Easy on and off from I-95. Good exit for fuel, large stations with plenty of maneuvering room. This one goes on my favorites list.
Rate reflects weekly. We had a back in/50A full hookup with cable. There was a wood patio on a gravel site. Sewer connection was under the RV. Cable and electric box were worn... condition of sites varies a lot, many are small some not level. Recent heavy tropical rains had the ground saturated, most sites were dry, but still a lot of water in the lower spots. Nice pool, laundry and office and store. Premium sites are nice, but full. Quiet during the week; not so much on weekends, but the Navy flies everyday, all hours; expect jet noise... Tengo WIFI is $5/day or $15/week. Most campgrounds of this size and cost make it free these days, AirCard signal is weak. We have stayed here before over the last 6 years... not many improvements; but of the RV parks close to the beach area - this is still the best one.
Continues to be our favorite park in this area, in fact: New England. Large level sites, good utilities and cable TV. Good SAT signal. They recently added a pool. Its QUIET, even on the weekends. Well maintained. About the only place for big rigs. Shopping, etc, is close by. Do breakfast at the Shack, in Flanders. Look for the crowd. Like everything in the Northeast, it ain't cheap. Our rate reflects weekly.
Very functional campground. Easy access from any of the interstates or turnpike. Utilites, Wi-Fi and 3G aircard worked well. No cable TV, but some sites can receive SAT and over air signals were strong. Interior road is paved and sites are crushed gravel. Fair sized shadey pull-throughs, but will require some blocks to assist leveling. Mostly seasonal or permanent campers, but the campground and sites are neat and clean. Shopping and eating places close by. Nightly rate based on weekly stay.
Very large, family campground; packed on weekends and empty during the week. Nice sized, mostly shady, level crushed rock sites. Utilities and cable TV worked well. Easy access off/on Highway 15 and about 3-4 miles from Gettysburg Battlefield. With tax it was over $70/night on weekend nights for FHU 50amp sites.
We've used this park before; it's a good stop closed to Washington and other historical sites. WI-FI has improved, we had a strong signal at all times. Air card and cell phones don't work well. Nicely wooded; most spots are fairly level. The longer pull throughs have some dips to work with -you'll need blocks. Getting to it; and driving in it are no problem. It's about 4 miles on four lane Highway US 1 and two miles on a narrow country road, which wasn't a problem. Large new shopping area about 4 miles away. If you want a quiet and convenient campground - check it out.
Easy access, level gravel sites, shade; utilities and Wi-fi worked fine, strong air card signal. Plenty of room for big rigs. Well stocked store. Cheap fuel at I-95 Exit 89. Looks to be the best overnight or short visit stop in the Richmond area.
Resort - no; good overnight campground - yes. Easy access from I-95, level sites, clean, nice pool, good utilities but low number of CATV channels. No trees so SAT setup is quick. Very good stop on the way north or south.
Be sure to use the directions on their web site and not what is on most GPS's as exits have changed coming from the south. Paved sites, mostly level. Older park, but satisfactory utilities. No cable TV or Wi-Fi. Good over the air TV signals. Air card had an average signal.
Office was closed in the early afternoon. They have a registration/fee drop. Pool was closed. No Wi-Fi. Long pull throughs, tall pines for shade. Cable TV and power were satisfactory. Easy off/on from I-95. Good overnight stop for big rigs w/tow.
Good for overnight. Utilities all worked, good number of cable TV channels. Sites are paved, but not level; many sites are sinking. Easy access from I-95 and shopping and food nearby. If you don't normally carry a long length of cable for the CATV, watch what site you pull in; there is one cable box per two sites. If the box is on your site - no problem. I carry 100' and it took about 50 to reach the box on the adjacent site. Close to I-95, but didn't hear any road noise. Assorted biting bugs kind of bad; tis the season. We were last here about three years ago, it's declined.
Easy access for overnight stop. Mostly shaded. No cable TV. Over the air TV from JAX is weak; SAT has some trees to shoot through. Sand, gravel and grass sites; lots of large puddles when it rains hard. Camper's World and Discount Mall nearby and about 7 miles to St. Augustine. Fuel nearby, wide access and low price.
This is a great park; an old KOA, that has been improved. A nice stop close to Miami. Rate reflects weekly. Sites are grass, some shade, nice pool. Easy access from turnpike. Well maintained and all facilities were clean.
Park is clean and kept up; utilities were good. Price included tickets to Lion Country. Sites are small, which during the summer is no problem; but it would be uncomfortably close if the park was full. And yes, you can hear the lions roar.
It's hard not to give this park a 10. Hard pads, good utilities, pools, landscape, etc. It is a large park, all lots are owned or for sale. It's in a good location and during the summer rates are very reasonable. All sites are pull in or back in; but easy access. However, if you're looking for a family campground that you can put all your stuff out, roast marshmallows, etc... keep looking. Rate reflects monthly.
Easy on/off from I-75; no road noise. Half way between Ocala and Gainesville. Hard pads, long pull throughs, mostly level - some cracked cement. Good utilities; limited cable. Good amount of shade, but could still get the satellite. Laundry and pool are nice. Strong 3G air card signal, no Wi-Fi.
This park has had it's ups and downs. After 7 feet of water in Katrina the facilities aren't as good as they once were. But, we used the park often due to it's easy off I-10 location and generally good sites. However, we stopped using it about two years ago because of security issues; fights, drinking and drugs among the recovery workers who had taken over a large part of the park. We stopped overnight recently to see what changed. The good news is all of the ratty trailers are gone and it's back to mostly seasonals and over nighters. The facilities are a bit worn, but again it makes for a handy stop. Glad to see they cleaned it up.
As full timers for many years, we stay at favorite parks on a regular basis, even though I have reviewed some of the parks previously, from year to year re-reviewing seems warranted. In this case the review is more positive than the last. We chose this park for a 5 month stay during the winter. Booking in advance for multiple months brings the monthly rent down to about $500 plus electric (reflects the $17/day rate). Not bad for the location. Large sites, good cable and utilities, strong Wi-Fi and 5 line 3G signal. Just on the edge of the Disney area. Far enough to be away from the touristy stuff, but ten minutes puts you at the Mouse's gate. 1 hour west is Tampa, 1 hour east is Cocoa Beach. I-4 and the turnpike are close by. There is a nice size pool, clubhouse, three laundry areas, paved roads and all sites have pavers and it's gated and quiet. Staff is friendly and helpful. A self storage unit about a 1/4 miles away is handy, especially for us since we work a business from the RV. There usually seems to be spaces available, even during the peak season. Landscaping is a little sparse, but all lots are for sale and left to the owners to add the finer touch's. The price to buy the lots seems high, so most remain for sale. But location is everything. All things considered a good stop for a few days or a few months. Worth looking at for a long stay.
Better than average casino RV park. Paved streets and pads. Mostly back-in sites: large with good utilities. Clear views for SAT reception; local cable TV is good and the aircard had a strong 3G signal, they do have WiFi. Good laundry. Our stay was casino compensated. Access from I-10 is easy.
Large back-ins on the bay. Hard pads, good utilities, including sewer, at a state park. Very easy access off I-10 and several good places for seafood within a couple of miles. Good stop for overnight or an extended stay. Also has a fishing pier, trail, birds and alligators. Mobile is about 7 miles away. Good satellite reception, strong 3G signal, strong local TV but a limited number of stations.
Limited 50amp sites; no sewer, but nice state park campground. Pads are narrow. Upper sites are the best. People make weekend reservations way in advance. Campground is about 5 miles off I-12, but easy access for big rigs. Quiet and secure.
We've been camping here since 1978. It hasn't changed much. Other than the price. They have expand the paved areas of the sites and eliminated much of the pea gravel. Needless to say the grounds and all of the Disney touches are nice. You don't get much more for the extra cost of a premium site, not many cable stations. It has become more difficult to request a specific loop. With tax a night's stay in a premium space is about $100; more during some peak holidays. All of our recent stays had empty spots. In the past it was always full.
We use this park a lot, since it's easy access from I-10. The sites are long, Wi-Fi and air card work well. Sites are dirt/sand, some have a cement patio. As typical of KOAs it's kind of over priced for what you get, but "easy" is worth a few bucks.
Easy access from I-55 Ext 119; also a good fuel stop. Sites are gravel and all slope back or forward depending on the row. Extra blocks will be needed for one end. Local TV signals are strong. Air card - 5 bars 3G. Very dusty - there's been little rain; when it rains it looks like there would be some drainage problems and mud. Lot of permanent worker type units and a lot of closed up units. Several sites have electric problems, check before setting up. We arrived on Sunday the office was closed - picked a spot and slide the check under the door. Since there's not much else... it works for an overnight stop near Jackson.
Easy access off I-55. Level pull throughs, not much room between spaces. Good cable, strong 3G sig. Didn't use Wi-Fi. Overall a good stop. Getting in and out on Hwy 61 can be a little problem with traffic and the entrance is a little steep. Interior road is paved, spaces gravel.
Easy access from I-70. Highway noise wasn't a problem. Gravel interior roads and spaces. Lot of semi-permanent; not too many full hookup sites for big rigs. Going west there's better places. Going east toward St. Louis not much else close to the Interstates. Lazy Day was first choice at this exit, but was full. It is OK for an overnight stop. After setting up I was told to move; so three people could park together. Wasn't asked, told and not all that pleasantly. I've been RVing for nearly 40 years and that's a first. The marked map showed me in in the right space, I'm easy going, so moved; but as a full timer for many years I have a long list of campgrounds I like and another of those I won't be back to. Guess which list this one is on. And for those reviewers giving this campground a nine or ten, I'd suggest stopping at a RV park like World's of Fun in Kansas City or Deer Creek Valley in Topeka to see what a nine or ten should look like.
Level terraced cement pads, excellent utilities, although the cable was fuzzy. Wi-Fi worked well. Good air card signal. Some road/truck and train noise. Entrance was in conflict with GPS, probably because of the off season. Otherwise, easy access off I-435.
Large pull through sites. Good WiFi and laundry. Peaceful, but close to Clear Lake and Mason City. Deer and turkeys wandering around. The lower section is mostly seasonal; the larger sites on the high ground are overnight and weekly. Easy to get to from I-35.
Easy access from I-80. Interior roads are easy. Fair amount of space between sites. A lot of seasonal units. Long pull throughs. Grounds are kept up, however, roads and pads are sinking with age, making leveling a little more difficult. Some large puddles with heavy rain. Electric hook ups could use updating. A good overnight stop or if staying a few days. Casino across the street. Wal-mart about 1 mile away.
Easy access from I-80. Clean and kept up. Overnight spots are "squeezed" together in the front. Our slides were about 5 feet from our neighbor's, forget awnings, picnic tables, etc. Overall a decent overnight night stop on the west side of Davenport. You pass a Flying-J on the way out if you need fuel, the price was the lowest we had see coming from the east.
Family owned and run. Older campground, but well taken care of. Mostly permanent and seasonal campers. Gravel sites and road, but generally level. Quiet and most sites have some shade. Cash or check only. Easy access from US31 & US12.
Rate reflects monthly rate; electric is metered for monthly. Family owned and maintained. Owner is hands on, and picky. One of the few campgrounds where rules are really enforced, that's a good thing. Sites and roads are gravel; but from inside looking out we had a nice few of one of the lakes and green grass. Laundry is new and clean, but twice the average cost; have plenty of quarters. The Sycamore/Dekalb area offers everything needed for a long stay. The street in: North Ave. can be easily missed. There is a blue campground sign, but the road blends into the local businesses and looks more like a drive way. For the Chicago area, I'd say it's probably the best. Lot of permanent/seasonal campers but most were neat and cared for. We had a spell of above average heat and our spot had no shade, so it did give the AC a workout. Overall a good place to stay, it filled up on weekends so plan ahead.
The nightly rate with tax was $33, I discovered I was charged $58. Calls to inquire got no where. The camp ground isn't worth $33, let alone $58. Grass wasn't cut, mud puddles, no sewer. The employee at check in made it clear I was disrupting her work but, wait checking me in should have been her work. It was easy access from I-80, that was worth a point or two.
Level but dusty sites, we had one of the 11 full hook-up pull throughs; most have shade. Many permenant campers; many run down. Easy in and out to local roads or interstates. Good laundry. Weekends get busy. There are two baseball fields in the rear of the campground that had games until 11 pm on weeknights. July 3rd, a few campers keep fireworks going continously from 8 pm until after 12 midnight: after the first hour it got pretty annoying. The pull through sites are close together and the parking arrangement puts your neighbor's door facing your's, with barely room to open both awnings. If camping with friends or family this arrangement is nice. If you like privacy and quiet; it's not so great. If you have a big rig and want to be close to Lansing, this is probably your best bet. The rate reflects weekly.
Campground is kept up. Easy access with large grass and gravel sites. Wi-Fi worked pretty well. Air card and cell phones not so much. No laundry. Local TV signals were strong, ask for a SAT site, many are blocked by trees. About 3 miles from US 23 use exit 9 north or south bound. The road from exit 13 is pretty bumpy. Quiet relaxed campground.
Nice campground, well cared for. Paved interior roads, gravel sites - some are not level, but extra blocks will help. Wi-Fi was weak, laundry room small. Nice pool, large for a campground. Overall a very good campground with easy access from I-71 or US 23. Shopping and food in Delaware or the Polaris Mall area, both about 5 miles from the campground. Local TV reception is good. SAT reception was good, but ask at check in for a SAT friendly site... some are blocked.
Older campground with shade trees. Gravel pads and interior roads. There is train and road noise. Water connection is on opposite side of site. Power is OK. Fairly easy on/off from I-75; a little tight for big rigs. Over air TV signal is strong. Trees may block satellite antenna.
Easy access from I-75. Good gas prices and several stations to choose from. Extremely tight spots, especially when the campground is full. Gravel interior roads and sites. Rear of our site sloped down, requiring extra blocks under jacks. OK for overnight or to see the sites in the Cumberland Gap area.
Large newer sites are to the rear. Interior roads are paved but worn and tight; typical older KOA. Overall good for overnight, easy access to I-75. Power and cable good, water pressure was very high, you may need a regulator.
Has paved streets and pads surrounding a small lake. Quiet park, but still about 1/2 mile from I-12. Easy on/off access: much easier than up the road at exit 10 with it's congestion. Pull throughs are long enough to stay hooked. A lot of monthly campers so you might want to call ahead. No shopping or food at the exit.
The easiest to get to from I-10 in the Tallahassee area. The pull through gravel sites, were narrow and mostly shaded. There is a Publix grocery about a block away, otherwise drive back to Tallahassee. Football season weekends are full and 50amp pull throughs can be full anytime. Best to call ahead.
Nice park, has large paved sites. It was empty in May: lot of improvement work going on; paving more sites. Has a large pool, good WiFi and 3G signal. Stayed for three nights and made a reservation for 5 months next winter. Central location, easy access, shopping, food stores, etc., nearby.
Probably the best overnight stop in the Shreveport area. Sites are tight but OK. An older campground, but well maintained. Pull throughs have cement pads. Most sites have a nice table and chair set up. Easy access from I-20 and to or from the loop to pick up I-49. We'd stopped here when it was a KOA so I can attest to the improvements and care the current owners display. It filled up in the evening, and there are a lot of weekly/monthly campers so don't count on driving in last minute and getting a space - call ahead for a reservation.
A very good campground. Mostly shaded; gravel and cement. Well maintained and clean. Very good laundry. Good location if doing the area tourist stuff. Pool, mini-golf, lake, boat rentals, etc. Easy access to I-10. Some road noise from I-10 and the off ramp. Not bad if closed up with the A/C on. But, on a nice cool spring or fall day - with the windows open, if would be annoying. Good overnight stop or weekend get away.
It's OK for overnight, or if you have business or family in the area. It's gravel, some what worn; looks like some sites flood in the rain. Has mostly permanent campers. No shade: summer must be a joy. Has easy access from I-30; the main road in, gets narrow and rough. Other's have covered the check in; which worked fine. Not many other choices are as convenient if you need to be in the area.
The overnight and weekly sites are in the front, and have long hard pads. There is a nice pool and office area. Has a good laundry and exercise room. There is some shade, and a good amount of space between most sites. Not much in the immediate area, but 5-7 miles will take you back to I-35, or into Austin. This area is rural with some industry and a little rundown, but it's quiet and safe. We stayed two weeks and it was a good location for our plans in Austin.
Overall good park. Helpful local info at check in. Paved streets and hard pads. Sites are very tight - length and width. Big rigs with slides out will fill the space between sites. Good neighborhood, close to shopping. Nice pool. Some sites are partially shaded.
Cement roads and pads, good utilities. Easy access to and from I-10. Close to the toll way by passing Houston. It was fairly full, mostly permanents... but all well kept. Security gate. Considering the industrial nature of the east side of Houston - this is a clean, quiet, well maintained campground good for an overnight or longer.
Very clean, well kept RV park. Nice landscaping all cement pads and roads. All utilities are excellent. Easy access from local roads. Expect the campground to be full during the winter season. Rate reflects weekly. Relaxed, comfortable area with shopping and services nearby.
Easy access from US-59. The sites are tight. Utilities good, cement pads and interior roads. It was full, mostly permanents and seasonals. Run down industrial area, but gated at night and fenced, did not feel insecure.
Given an area mostly populated with state park campgrounds and weekend spots... this is a great stop with cement pads, gravel roads no low hanging trees, easy access from I20/59 or US 45. Hooks-ups are good. Gas stations and shopping, Wal-Mart nearby.
If you own a Tiffin and need maintenance there is no better place to be. Full hook ups, on gravel. Yes it does get dusty; but being steps away from the maintenance bays overrides any negatives. Tiffin employees get 10s all around from check in to each mechanic and the parts store. Don't come if you're in a hurry. The maintenance process works well. It's organized, things get done right, but the campground is full for a reason, with or without an appointment expect to stay a few days. If you're tried of being jerked around and paying through the nose by RV dealers along the road: then plan your trips to include Red Bay and take advantage of the campground for what it is.
Sites are a little short, spaces close; but it has hard pads, wide interior roads, good staff, gated, good cable TV and a nice pool. Easy access from I-4/I-75 makes it a good stop for the Tampa area. A Flying J next door and of course Camping World and Lazy Days makes for a good maintenance stop.
This is an update to previous review. It is still a good overnight stop along I-75. There is easy access, helpful staff, and a good laundry. It has good cable and WIFI. The only negative is the interior roads are pretty rough. Sites are in a straight line - nose to tail. When it rains expect sand/mud to splash up.
Not many park choices going through Tallahassee. This park has hard gravel roads and sites. Easy access from I-10, about two miles on a fairly busy 4-lane highway. Power and cable TV were good. It's usually crowded so best to call ahead: especially during football season or other Florida State University events.
Very good overnight stop. Easy access to/from I-10. Pull through sites. Gravel and grass. No cable, but decent local TV reception and easy SAT. Ten miles from Crestview where there is a Walmart and places to eat. About 40 miles from the beaches. Price is right. No credit cards, only cash or check.
Full timers - everything gets a 10. Friendly helpful staff, great laundry, steady power and strong Wi-Fi. Cement pads and roads. Good location. One caution, sites are tight, not much extra space. We stayed a few months, so the daily rate reflects monthly. Only other complaint is yappy dogs; lost track of how many times we got woke up by barking; but that's getting all too common everywhere. We had one of the few spots with a lot of grass, so it was the dog walk of choice... not much grassy area for pets.
It is a good overnight stop. Easy access. It would also work for a few days as a central point for visiting Charleston and Savannah. Some sites are tight. All sites and interior roads are mostly sand, some grass. It was dry when we stopped, but heavy rains could get messy. The owners are nice... they have a coffee shop and pizza in the office.
OK stop for the area. Gravel, mostly shaded. Easy access from I-10. Many permanent campers and others leave their units in place for the college football season. Not a lot of campground choices passing through Tallahassee, especially for big rigs. This is a satisfactory overnight stop.
About the highest priced park in the area. But it is quiet, level, secure. And well located. We've stayed here a few times: from a few days to a few weeks. Wi-Fi works, but frequently slows down. Large spaces, gravel pads. If you are looking for a good local cafe, go to the Shack, about three miles away just past the first red light going toward I-95. Pretty much everything you need is within 10 miles.
A busy KOA in the summer. Has gravel interior roads. It's close to the I-495, with easy access. We stayed two weeks. A seasonal area is separate from the main camp area. Lot's of rental units coming and going and large groups tenting. Overall not bad: Boston, Cape Cod, Newport, Providence are all about 1 hour way. Plymouth is about 20 minutes. Barking dogs became annoying on weekends, and some campers who partyed into the night. Sunday through Thursday were quieter.
Easy access - about 2 miles from I-95. The last half mile of the access road is narrow. Many spaces are on the water... motorhomes can pull in forward for the view. Plenty of water birds, including some eagles. Interior roads are paved and many spots paved. Over all the campground needs some maintenance... but is the best in the this area and close to Baltimore. Wi-Fi didn't work well, but our wireless signal was OK. Some train noise. We'll use it again when in this area.
Right on the Mohawk River. Easy access from I-90 and I-890. A small simple campground, many seasonals. Best campground in that area of NY... without driving 50 miles north to the Lake George area and paying twice as much. Good place for overnight or longer.
When we pulled in a slide jammed while opening, the owner and others helped me unjam the slide. Next day went to Tom Schaeffers RV not far away, they got the parts and had the slide and a jack problem fixed the next day. Couldn't expect better any where. The campground is easy on/off from I-78. Close to Allentown, Hersey and just west of I-476; so it's a good stop in that area. Spots are gravel, generally level. Excellent cable. Good views of the hills. Interstate is close, but noise isn't a problem. Try the country meat market just off the exit - worth a stop. If you don't want to cook, cross the interstate overpass and try the Skyview Cafe. Doesn't look like much from the outside... but the food is good and reasonable. We're full timers on the road, we're looking for easy - this campground is. I've developed a list of favorite campgrounds - ones I use often; I added this one.
Very nice park; a great change from the "family" campgrounds to have adults only. We had a premium site which backs in to the marsh off the main loop, some of the interior sites off the loop were a little close. Well run cg, easy access. Laundry is good. Plenty of shade and very, very quiet. Shopping, dining and the beach are all nearby.
We've been here other years and the campground is declining since the private owner sold it to a corporation. Access roads and interior roads are not being kept up. Overall maintenance is down. They were having trouble keeping employees. With that said, it is still a satisfactory CG. Week days are quiet, weekends the families fill it up, so it gets noise y and crowded. Weekly and monthly rates are reasonable for the area in summer; and it's a good location - easy access to everything in the CT, RI areas.
Good security, central location although getting out on route 6 south bound requires a two mile loop turn around. Laundry is good. We've stayed at other campgrounds on Cape Cod, this one works the best for us.
Stopped overnight over a year ago and stayed due to medical problems. The campground is as well cared for as any we've stayed at. Owners keep everything up, always helpful and friendly employees. Nice laundry, well stocked office. Overnight sites are different than most - all in a line across 5 rows. Escort to sites, easy access to propane. Easy access off I-75, exit 399. Go slow on interior roads - some bumps.