109 days ago
The photo says it all. There was no way I was risking whatever was in the water that was up to the curb and lid of the dump. Sign says $15 unless you purchase fuel.
I'm giving this 5 stars as a parking lot. Let's be clear.
It's not loud and no one bothered me however I imagine this could change quickly as I saw a number of RVs there that were not moving during the day and were there longer than the 3...
It's free, it's convenient and I was only here for a night. Next time I'd probably stay on some land further away from the highway. There was a camp host who was very friendly and the sunset and sunrise were both gorgeous.
Didn't see any garbage...
I agree with the other reviewers. Try not to park by the bathrooms, get there by sunset and enjoy the sunrise. Don't expect privacy and do plan for traffic noise as well as trains. I didn't see the Marfa lights but there were plenty of stars. I...
I stay here every time I drive through Savannah.
I don't know if they really call it old Savannah but you can walk to "town", ride a bike or take the expensive tourist trolly. You can also get an Uber back if it is late and you don't want to...
I camped in January and it was perfect. Hardly anyone there and deadly quiet until 3am when all I could hear was bass from a party. Absolutely NO light which was excellent!
Camping is free and the sites are random and not numbered. Only...
When I pulled in I was pretty excited to see a spot with specific RV parking, picnic tables and trash cans away from the welcome center and trucks/cars but by 9pm every truck and RV spot was taken up by a semi and the one closest to me ran their...
I live in the city so this is a nice drive to dump my tanks if boondocking and not leaving the city any time soon. It was $10 to dump and the staff was nice. The area was clean and there was water to clean up (non-potable).
The location is not far from the highway. When you pull up there is a green sign hanging on a fence that says RV dump here and an arrow aimed at the grass. If you look directly below that arrow there is a cap on a PVC pipe. It's there. I promise....
This is available southbound only (there are other places to do this in CT northbound). I called to find out about the time they are open because the web site stated 8:30am-3:30pm. The guy who answered told me that you can pull in, sleep and dump...
"Unsanitary and unusable"
"BLM land Next to Highway"
"Convenient for RVs but TONS of Semis"
"Cheap-ish if you're boondocking in the city."
"Free Dump Station with RV Parking"
"Filthy and Condescending"
"Loud/Rushed versus Quiet/Slow"
"Beautiful Pond Filled with Geese & Swans"
"Another Great Florida Park"
"Gorgeous And Worth The Drive"
"Corporate KOA is Pricey But Worth It"
"First KOA Experience - corporate v private ownership"