The main reason to stay here is if you want to go to Washington DC. It is about a ten minute drive to the subway, and maybe about 20 minutes into the city. (If you don't feel like driving, there is a bus from the park to the subway, too.) The...
When you show up, you get to pick your own spot. Many of them are along the lake. This is one of the quietest parks I've been to. (Almost) everyone is very respectful of the quiet and the beauty.
When you show up you get to pick your own spot, so you will generally be happy with what you get. (Unless you get next to a noisy neighbor like we did!) The RV park has lots of large trees, so most spots are shaded. It is also next to a...
Nice resort next to a lake (pond?). They have scheduled activities. There is a little diner that opens for breakfast right on the water. The only drawback is that most of the good spots seem reserved for full-timers. The transients get small...
This is a park that looks like a state or national park, with reasonably large spots in a heavily wooded forest. Some of the spots will make you feel like you are all alone. But, like much of Disney, if you look too closely, the facade breaks...
A large wooded park with large spots. Many of the spots appear to be permanent, and everyone is very friendly. The park is relatively quiet. There are a lot of live oaks covered in Spanish moss, so it is very scenic. It is just a few miles...
The spots are gigantic, and you can have fires. It is close to shopping and restaurants, so you could park your car and never drive for as long as you are staying there. It is about 20 minutes to the theme parks, depending on traffic. There...
This is a nice park, but only for very small RVs. We have a 37 ft fifth wheel, and it took us 45 minutes to get wedged in between two trees. One of our slide outs ended up being just inches away from one of the trees, and we were lucky to make...
This one is all about location. The spots are tiny here, it is very difficult to get into most of them with even a middle size RV. But the park is on a lagoon, and they rent kayaks — something I would highly recommend. The pool is heated and...
This is a very comfortable, homey park. Many of the people are regulars, snowbirds who come back to the same location each winter. It is just a few miles from the gulf, and off the main road, so it is very quiet. The park has regular...
"Great convenient spot, beautiful park"
"Nice park, cute cafe on a pond"
"Great location and scenery, but noisy with rude guests"
"Big spots, convenient location, noisy."
"Nice park for smaller RVs"
"Location, location, location"
"Take this review with a grain of salt"
"Nice quiet park, convent to beach and restaurants"
"Convenient shuttle, river side location"
"Large park, seemed nice enough"
"Perfectly nice place despite the small spaces"
"A bureaucrat's version of a good RV park"
"A KOA that gives KOA a bad reputation."
"Nice KOA, but next to a freeway"
"Beautiful campground, well-run family-oriented"
"Nicely run suburban park"
"Wish I could give it zero stars"
"Big trees, convenient location"
"Fine for a restocking stop"
"Buggy, noisy, no hookups"
"There has to be better in this area"
"Friendly people, professionally run"
"Best place if you want to see Devil's Tower"
"Seems like an afterthought"
"Friendly, professional, clean"
"Remote wooded park, only two spots, this is a park for nature lovers."
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