Rate reflects KOA seasonal special. Our site was a "drive in" motorhome site facing woods which was very pretty. The site was a level gravel pad; excellent utilities. Staff was very helpful and provided a escort to our site. Trash was picked up at each individual site. Pool and facilities all looked very neat and clean. The park is conveniently located to all area attractions. This was a very nice KOA. We would definitely stay here again.
The rate was Passport for 4 days and 1 night regular rate = $33/night average. The campground is very spacious (62 acres for about 120 sites). We stayed on the "hill" and the sites were huge. The owner was very nice and helpful. The hook ups and cable were good; however the water, but neat and clean. The laundry and recreation room were lacking. Both laundry and recreation room needed maintenance badly. It appeared as though no money had been reinvested in those two facilities.The campground is very convenient to Hudson, which was very nice as we were visiting relatives. All in all, we would stay here again, but hope to see improvements made to some of the facilities.
The rate was a preseason special. The park was laid out well with lots of room between sites. Beautiful grounds going into park and in the park. Utilities were good, no cable but our satellite did work (a hole in the trees). Most RVs probably would not get a satellite reception. Wi-Fi was excellent, and Verizon cell phone was very good. The negatives are: unlevel sites, dusty roads, lots of decorative rock walls to avoid as you park your RV. All in all, this is a pretty park with nice help and a good spot to spend a little time.
Rate was $25 cash price tax included. Owner was very nice and trying hard to keep campground spotless and well maintained. There was a nice pond with swans for viewing. Utilities were excellent and site perfectly level - we simply had to drop the jacks. Lots of room between sites and very long pad. This is not a destination park, but an extremely convenient overnighter. Location is about 1/2 mile off I-81 but no road noise. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. The park is located in a quaint, rural community with a wonderful biking trail adjacent to the park. This is a rather farm style setting which can be appealing but there aren't a lot of amenities. The sites are long and wide; however, there is a slight slope to the front of our site. The hookups were excellent. Wi-Fi is OK. There are several trees in the park, but none tall enough yet to produce significant shade. There are 5-6 long term residents, but their sites are very clean. There is a little creek on the property which would provide some entertainment, but it is low at this time due to a drought. Although this isn't a destination spot, we would stay again. For local RVers, it could provide a nice, quiet weekend in a rural setting.
Rate reflects Good Sam rate including tax. This park appears rather new, and staff attempts to keep it well maintained. They are working hard on their landscaping - very nice. Hookups are good; all sites are long, level, and with distance between sites. Cable was good; Wi-Fi good. There is a doggie run which is nice; however, a water faucet to fill a bowl would be a good idea. We happen to be here during the excessive heat wave with temps of 104-105. It would have been really nice to have some kind of shade. If in the area, we would consider staying again.
This is an "off the street rate" because we are not KOA members. Although we are not fond of KOA's in general, this is an exception. The rate is more than we normally pay, but RV parks are few in the area. The park has eye appeal, shaded, well maintain, nice level sites, and excellent hookups. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We were guided to our site by staff. They were even trimming trees while we were here. The play area was very good and pool area appeared very nice. Overall, no complaints. We would definitely consider this park again if in the area.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount including tax. Passport America is available but not on the weekend. This park seems to be highly used by local residents. It is located on a creek and used for swimming/tubing. There is a large number of seasonal rentals. Utilities good, park clean, but lacks some eye appeal. Large common area/activities area. Most sites are backin and shaded. We were in a pull through w/o trees. Due to a lack of good RV parks in this region, it is a good find for overnighting. We would not consider it a long term destination, but would stay again if in the area.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Very nice park with a lot of distance between sites. Many are seasonal campers but are nicely landscaped and maintained. Park is also well maintained. Hookups excellent. Park is located on a nice river; large common area; great play area for kids; no pool; lots of trees but easy to drive through. The restrooms are very clean, but the paint does show some age and need of fresh paint. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is based on Good Sam and includes taxes. Pretty park with open spaces and lots of trees. Some sites are shade/some sun. We didn't use the pool, but it appeared very clean and well maintained. Hook ups were great. WiFi works very well. For those who enjoy rallies, they have facilities available for that. Staff was friendly and gave an escort to our site. Office is also staffed with some grocery items & some RV supplies. Very nice dog walk area. We would definitely stay here again.
Campground is behind the motel and across the road from the office. We got a 50 amp site; there are only 4 50 amp sites. Two are at the top of the hill and level; two are at the bottom of hill and far from level. Utilities were good. Laundry can be done across the street in the motel at a reasonable rate. The campground is located on a hill, so there is a view of rolling hills and interstate. Very basic campground, but it was clean with good hookups. When you only want 1 night, it works. $25 rate was for the 50 amp. We would consider staying again if in the area.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and tax. Payment must be cash or check. All sites are huge: about 75 ft long with good space between RVs. These sites appear to have been designed for MH, but are used for RVs. Most sites are pull in or back in. Pads are fairly level and good gravel (appears to be chirt). There are 7 pull through sites but they aren't as level and no grass. There are a lot of local workers staying here, but all sites are neat: no junk outside. Utilities are good. WiFi is good. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate reflects Good Sam/Senior rate including taxes. All roads/sites are paved and fairly level. This is an older park in an old part of town but well maintained. There were some green grass for every site. Utilities were excellent and cable was good. When I tried to connect to the WiFi I got a message saying there was $1.50 charge. I thought it was free. Ended up using my Verizon MiFi. The staff was friendly and helpful. All shopping and restaurants are 1 exit down interstate. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate reflects Good Sam / Senior discount and included tax. We only stayed one night, but this is an excellent choice to tour the Helena area. Spacious and level sites, green grass area by each RV, and well maintained grounds. There was also a great dog area. Wi-Fi also worked well. This park is only about 1/2 mile from the interstate; there is also a gas station close by which can be easily accessed by RVs. The mountain views from the RV park are stunning. We would stay here again.
Weekly rate is a $12 savings for the week. Positive: Beautiful, spectacular view. Close to Glacier NP entrance. Negative: Sites are far from level; motor home wheels had to come totally off the ground to be somewhat level. The sewer line is uphill and broken. The best you can do is drain your tank down to 1/3. The electric plug was shattered but worked. Several neighbors also had cracked electric plugs. The Wi-Fi only works in the laundry room which is down a steep trail. Every time we were in the laundry room, it was crowded so you would have a hard time using Wi-Fi. The laundry costs were "pricey". The showers are token. While clean, the showers are minimal quality. Basically, the park is overrated. We probably would not stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and taxes included. Owners/staff were friendly and helpful. RV park is located some distance behind a truck stop, but we still had pretty mountain views all around. There was a good buffer zone so noise/traffic was not a problem. Sites were gravel and reasonably level with large grass areas between each RV. Grass is maintained nicely. Very large dog walk area also. Wi-Fi worked very well and propane is available on site. If in the area, we would definitely stay again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and including taxes. Sites are level, our site was gravel (some paved), and wide spaces between RVs. There is a RR bridge which has 14 ft clearance as you approach the entrance. There is a new Wi-Fi system but for some reason, I could not get Internet access. Since others appear to be able to connect, I am assuming the issue is on my end. Staff helpful. Our stay is 1 night, but if in the area, we would stay again.
Rate reflects Senior discount including tax. All sites were pull through and wooded. Be aware you cannot get TV reception or satellite (in most in places). Sites are a little narrow and not totally level but acceptable. Hookups were good. The biggest plus to the RV park is the location. A 5 minute walk to beautiful view of Jackson Lake and the Tetons. On-site Ranch House restaurant is excellent. Gift shop and fully equipped grocery store is on location. Wi-Fi was not available at our site, but the laundry room does have access. My MiFi was spotty reception at best. Staff was very nice and helpful. The location is great for touring the Grand Tetons plus only 24 miles from Yellowstone. We stayed 11 days and toured both parks from the same location. If in the area, we would definitely stay again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Sites are very level with very good hookups. Sites are a little narrow; and while all sites are pull through, they are too short to leave a toad attached. Each site has a pretty sod area including a picnic table. The laundry room is large and affordable. Wi-Fi works very well. Staff was helpful in selecting attractions/restaurants. They also made us aware of any weather alerts. Although close to a main road, it is very quiet at night. We would stay again if in this area.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Beautiful camping location under cottonwoods along the Wind River. Full hookups worked very well (cable and Wi-Fi included). Laundry room was well equipped and reasonable prices. Deer roamed freely throughout the park all during the day. Excellent location if you like to fly fish or just enjoy the novelties of a small mountain town on the Wind River.
Rate was non-negotiable. There are so many work campers there, the owners really don't worry about filling their sites. There were only about 4 sites out of 50 available for RVers. The park was one big gravel lot. Owners did attempt to improve visual aspect by planting 1 tree per site; artifical grass was around each lot's picnic table. Wi-Fi was OK. Other indoor amenities were very good (nice office, work out room, TV room, etc) RV park is located in a highly industrial area (oil refinery close by and all businesses relating to oil production). Not a destination site, but a good location for getting supplies in a city. We might consider staying there again over night.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount & tax. Pads were gravel but very spacious and level sites. We stayed in an extra long pull through. All sites in park have a lot of open common area in front or behind them. Hookups were very good. Location is convenient to Mt. Rushmore and The Needles highway. Hill City is 2 miles away; Badlands is about 90 miles; Wild Horse Sanctuary is about 45 miles. Pool and hot tub were closed but appear to be very nice. Laundry facilities are located in each of the three bathhouses. Good interior roads. It was a beautiful and restful stay. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount of 10% including tax. This is a very nice, clean RV park in a town of 1500. It is located in a very safe neighborhood and it is spotless. Owner was very friendly and helpful They offering brochures, maps, information, and even offered route suggestions. The hookups were good, Cable OK. Wi-Fi was weak. There is even a neighborhood park across the street with playground equipment. This is a great stay on your way to the Black Hills. Would stay here again.
Rate is weekly rate for Deluxe Blue River site. Site is over 51 ft wide and very long. Manicured, beautiful landscaping. Panoramic views of mountains of Beckenridge. All sites are owned or for sale, so each site is slightly different. Ours had a nice covered picnic table area; patio area; locked owner's storage area. Electric was very good but water pressure was not strong. Wi-Fi was satisfactory; cable is good. Biggest disappointment is there is no laundry. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Our rating is based on the fact that it is a little high priced for the area. But it is a fantastic over night location. The owner tends to put you in the back of the park where it is very quiet. Sites are extremely long and wide; great for tow vehicles. Any length coach and tow will work. Utilities were good. Free cable but ours didn't work. We didn't complain as it was one night and we used our satellite. Wi-Fi was not great. Wonderful dog park where they can run free. Would stay here again as overnighter.
Rate reflects Good Sam. The rating is based on greats views of the canyon rocks. It's very close to bus pickup and entrance to park. Utilities were all good; Wi-Fi was not good. The sites were very close. Most sites are pull through gravel pads that are too short to leave a towed vehicle connected. Park is neat, clean, but not much eye appeal. Would consider staying again.
Rate includes tax and GS discount. Very clean park, large level sites, and good hookups, but you need approximately 40 ft of coax to connect to cable. Very nice dog run which does have grass. The negative on this park is the number of "rules". We didn't have any problems, but we do think the rules were excessive (note: one rule is you cannot get on top of your RV). Park advertised but did not have pastries in the morning, nightly public fire, and hot tub. All in all it was a nice stay. Would stay here again.
The rate reflects GS and 50amp charge. Hookups were excellent, multiple sewer connections per site make it where you are always close. Cable was poor; WiFi was Ok,not great. Every site is very level. People in office were very nice. The park is one entire gravel pad but an effort was made to improve the sites by planting trees. If park was full, sites would be very close, but the office staff tries to rent every other site thereby giving everyone extra room. Not a destination, but good overnight. Our dogs missed the lack of grass.
Friendly and helpful staff. Utilities worked well. All sites are gravel, but level. Some sites have concrete patios for an extra charge. Wi-Fi works very well (many antennas located throughout park). Scenic mountain views from the park; walking trail around park, doggie park also available. Laundry room and restrooms are very clean. Easy access to I-25 and close to the Turquoise Trail. We spent 7 nights here - it is a destination spot. For those interested in "Green Issues", the park also features an elaborate solar system. We would stay here again.
Fee reflects Good Sam discount. Staff was helpful and friendly. Park is clean and some shady sites. Pads are level. Most sites appear to be used on a monthly or long term basis (probably local workers)but is very quiet. Would recommend calling ahead to reserve a site. Full hookups work well, Wi-Fi is excellent and cable is very good. Good place to pull into for an overnight stay. Close to interstate.
$20 was total price paid. Utilities were good. We had the only pull-through site in Gobbler Ridge loop. The pull-through site was not paved or level; however all back in sites were paved and appeared level. Park is attractive but showing its age. Could use some maintenance. Pave road through the park was narrow with some drop offs to the side. Nice paved hiking trail. Good stop for a day or two.
Beautiful, woodsy and well maintained park. Nice fishing lake and some sites have a view. Excellent hookups; large sites; level paved pad; and play area for children. Although wooded, we did get satellite reception; also had our personal Verizon MiFi reception. Deer in park and other small wildlife. Carry any supplies if staying for a long period as town is about 15 miles out. Would definitely stay again.
We spent tree nights here and had a great shaded spot facing the woods. It was somewhat tight getting a class A in and out. The main road through the campground was so tight that we had large pine trees within six inches on both sides in at least four spots on the main road through the campground. Many of the sights are not suitable for large rigs. The campground is separate from the very busy public part of the park which is nice. In the summer there are boat and paddle boat rentals available on the lake. The campground is not on the lake. The rangers are very polite, helpful and friendly. They patrol the campground regularly. One left a note on our door about bad weather that was moving into the area. The dump station is right at the gate of the entrance to the campground which causes a traffic back up as people try to exit. There is no going around as there is a bridge within 50 feet of the dump site. In the summer this could be a real problem at the close of a weekend as there is only one dump. We were concerned about the security gate as it is not automatic. The gate is locked from 6PM until 6AM. You are given the combination to a lock which you have to unlock and swing the gate open, drive through, and then re-lock the gate which is way out at the main road. Overall it is the best place to stay in Clolumbia. Within twenty minutes of the University of South Carolina. It is very secluded but is in the main part of Columbia with lots of restaurants near by. Would definitely stay here again.
Stayed one night while traveling and were pleasantly surprised at this park. Great pull through, beautifully maintained grounds (almost manicured), nice hiking paths, level sites. I didn't see any sewer hookups, but a dump was available. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Campground was away from the day use area. No complaints, great place to stay.
This campground "Is what it is" - an overnight stay. Easy access to interstate, friendly staff, clean camp area, quiet for sleeping and appeared to be safe. The full hook ups worked well. Direct TV was available for $2/night; Wi-Fi was also a charge. Sites were somewhat close, but easily accommodated our 37 ft RV and toad. It looked as though some "campers" were work campers who might have been there for a period of time. However, everyone's site was neat, and everyone quiet on a Saturday night. All in all not a bad stay for an "overnight".
We stayed 5 nights while visiting family in the area. We stayed in the Super Sites and was surprised at the space, cement pads, lighted hookup pedestal, and goomed grounds. They had an upscale picnic table and large fire rings. Bagged trash was picked up at the site. Staff was friendly and helpful. Our 2 dogs also loved the Dog Park close to our site. For those coming in warm weather, the park has 4 swimming pools. We were given a Good Sam discount; they also offer free beach parking 2 miles down the road. Since Virgina Beach is Naval base, there were jets flying over head practicing their touch downs. To us it was the sound of "freedom", but some may not like to watch the show. As a note, the jets do not fly at night. Great value, great park. We would visit again.
We arrived for an overnight stay and asked if they had pull throughs for a 37 ft motorhome with tow vehicle. The staff said they did. When we pulled into our site, it required a 30 ft sewer line and our toad was still out in the road. We moved to the next site, and eventually had to disconnect the toad to reach hookups and have toad parked in front of the RV. The new site only had 30 amps. When we asked the staff for a possible price adjustment, they said there wasn't any difference in the charge. This could be a good destination spot if hookup improvements were made. Also, greater accommodations for motorhomes and tow vehicles. Lots of trees and rolling terrain. Staff was pleasant but seemed to be "new on the job." We felt it was overpriced for what you got in return.