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Nice campground, price is $34.93 after tax, & $4.50 transaction fee get added.
Super easy to get to right off highway 40. The staff was really helpful, kind and had a great sense of humor. The grounds were clean and quiet. There are only two showers and if someone showers right before you there isn't enough hot water. Service hook up were more than adequate. Super amazing sunset the night we were there. Definitely would stay here again.
We love this place. It is not new or state of the art except maybe for the wifi, which is excellent. No cable, which to us is an advantage!!! Burnt Cabins Campground is like the best shoes you ever had....comfortable and makes you happy to wear, or in this case visit. Fantastic deli sandwiches...but make sure you add pickles to the sandwich, and you will see why. The camp store prices are as fair as you will find in a supermarket, but the quality is superior. They sell products made right in Pennsylvania too. Take advantage of buying products made at their grist mill...all kinds of flours which are excellent. Make pancakes from the pancake flours they make right there. We get off the beaten path to come here as much as we can, and have never regretted it one bit.
What a gem. Large sites, full hook ups, extremely quiet and peaceful. Terraced facility on the side of a mountain. If you want to tour a cavern, this is the place to go. If you just want to be in the woods and have serenity, this is the place to go. I understand there is a potato chip factory nearby to tour, but haven't made that yet. Been there 4 times now, and it is a must stop location when we go up and down the east coast. I wish they would open a restaurant on site, which is not a criticism, just a suggestion.
Excellent place to stay the night or the week, or longer. Quiet, well kept, and the management is very helpful in every way. I have never been in a campground that gives you a propane grill to use, along with a state of the art picnic table (easy in and out). Horses kept nearby give you a country setting, and you can eat from one of the new pergola platforms and look at the scenery. No noises except for an occasional train whistle off in the distance. Full hook ups and cable.
Route 66 RV Park is conveniently located off I-40. We found the park to be clean with excellent site power service and friendly helpful staff. A very good stop.
Seven Winds was a welcome stop for us in the April 9th windstorm. The facilities are not fancy but well maintained, clean and in working order. The camphost on duty went out of her way to make our stay a positive experience.
We spent A quiet night at this park. Woke to a bit of snow and glorious sunshine. Perfect view of Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. Manager's were very kind and friendly. Will be back!
We found a little gem on Hwy 101 in the middle of the Redwoods. Chinook RV Resort is right on the Klamath River and less than a mile from the Pacific Coast. We RV camped here for five nights in April-2021. The location is perfect to see the Redwood National & State Parks. There are lots of hiking trails and scenic views close by. We drove 5 minutes to watch the sea lions and sea otters on the coast and 15 minutes to watch the whales migrating north. And the elk herds are remarkable in the meadows near here. The resort offers full hookups, pull thru sites, a shower house and laundry services. We did not use the showers but did look in and everything was super clean. The laundry has two washers and two dryers which is adequate for the size of the park. We did use the laundry facility. The office staff are friendly and very helpful. The owners are hands on and working all the time. They keep a nice, well maintained RV park. The owner, Elmer even kept the fire pit going at night for anyone who wanted to sit at the group fire pit by the river. We definitely recommend Chinook RV Resort if you are passing through this area.
Was easy to find and easy for my 48’ of rig to maneuver. I did mistake the A Frame house for the office. Drive straight in and it’s on the back side of the Title Loan building. I arrived at dusk with two other campers and there were still a few spots left. The spaces are large and level with rock. The hook ups aren’t super close to the site, so you might need longer hoses. WiFi didn’t work for me. Great for an overnight stop with fhu and no frills. Can’t beat the price of $14.
We drove past the first time because the really big sign at the end of the road says El Vado Ranch with no mention of Chama River RV. It's a ways in so there is no Tv and poor cell reception. Nice people and beautiful area.
Looking for a place just to camp just to see Clarksville. This is a good stop. FHU and E/W available. Back in and Pull Thru grassy and somewhat gravel sites. Laundry and possible WIFI but spotty. Down the road from Cracker Barrel and I-24. We have family in the area, it was a great country setting to be in. No other amenities. Still a good place.
One of the nicest campgrounds that we have stayed in! Would definitely recommend this place to everyone! Went in October of last year right before Halloween and it was quiet and hardly any campers! Great time!
Fun place that's worth a visit. It's a little kitchy, but the kids should like it. I stayed in the RV park. Utilities were fine. No cable. Wifi was not fast, but was sufficient for my needs. Lots are level gravel but are close together. Management can make it better by spacing out guests when there are plenty of openings. In my case they grouped us all together. I also wish they would allow more than one day with PA.
Large ranch. Typical West Texas terrain-sparse and lovely. Pretty drive to Prude Ranch. Basically a place to park and eat and sleep. Parking pads were not level (which we knew about) and somewhat rocky. Pads were small but adequate. No picnic tables or fire rings. It was quiet. Our only negative the availability of the management. Difficult to reach management when necessary. No eating facilities on the premises, but that was okay with us as we like to grill out.
I do want to say that for my first time at a rv park it was an awesome experience. The staff was courteous and helpful, I give this a thumbs up,
This park is exactly as advertised. Full hook up with cable TV. Enjoyed my stay. The diner was nice. I would have enjoyed the pool if it was slightly warmer but over all I rate this place 4 stars. Very nice place to stay.
Located just outside the city between two junkyards, it is reasonably peaceful except for the occasional trains rolling by. Sites are gravel and mostly level although mine had a big dip in it. Utilities are old, but work. Cable but no wifi (they have to get someone from Tennessee to come out and fix it. I can't understand that.) Friendly manager. Good price. Overall this is a place to save money rather than a place to truly enjoy.
This is a bare bones place to save money while being close to downtown Dodge City. Full hookups (although the water spigots are in weird places--designed to share between two rigs. Make sure you have a longer hose). No cable. No wifi. Gravel site was reasonably level. It's set up as a mostly serve-yourself registration. Place really needs a lot of attention, but it's cheap and that's the main thing going for it. And NO, this place is not NEW!
Flag City is my go-to RV Park when I travel N/S on I5 for many reasons. It's an absolutely beautiful park! Obvious the owners/managers take great pride in this property!! The spaces are perfectly sized, level concrete slabs; laundry, showers and restrooms impeccably clean. The folks in reception are friendly, helpful and professional. I'm actually moving there for 3 nights next week before heading back to Central Oregon. Looking forward to my stay.