lmsooter

Home Base: 
Livingston, Texas
Type of RV: 
2006 Alfa See Ya
52 Reviews
24 States Visited

Recent Reviews


3

Nice Overnight Stop

We spent one night here in our motorhome on the way from Michigan Upper Peninsula to Howe, IN. We were escorted to our pull through site and after we got parked, the gentleman said he wanted to move us to a different site because we wouldn't be able to open all our slides due to a tree location. They do pay attention to details when getting you parked. The pull through was great for us because we were just spending the one night - plenty of room without having to unhook the car.
Nice trees throughout the park. The roads are narrow so you will need to be careful getting to your site. When you get off the Interstate to go to the park, take your time and watch - it is very easy to miss the entrance. If you are traveling south, you will come around a curve on the exit and reach a stop sign - the park entrance is straight ahead across the street.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2015

5

Wonderful Campground near Lake Superior

We stayed here for a week in our motorhome. The campground is divided into Modern and Semi-modern. The modern section consists of 72 sites with electricity and are suitable for tents and various RVs. The semi-modern section consists of 36 sites suitable for tents or RVs dry camping. You should go in with empty waste tanks and a full water tank. Water is available a locations throughout the campground. The dump station is easy to get in and out.
The restrooms/showers are excellent. I believe there were 8 or 10 showers. They are private with a locking door and a separate area for dressing with a bench and hooks for hanging clothes, towels, etc.
This campground is located on the Tahquamenon River and just across Michigan 123 from Lake Superior.
It is a short drive from the campground to Paradise, MI and a few miles further to the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2015

3

Nice, Relaxing Campground On The Lake

We spent 1 night here in our motorhome. It is heavily wooded and the roads are narrow so you really need to slow down and take your time getting to your site. The sites are spacious and beautifully wooded. The lake is wonderful and they have a designated swimming area on the lake in addition to the pool at the office.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2015

4

Beautiful, Relaxing Park

We stayed in this beautiful park for 2 weeks in our motorhome. No water or sewer hookup so you need to go in with full water and empty waste tanks. Campsites are spacious, level and well shaded. I particularly enjoyed the trout fishing here for small to medium rainbow, brown and brook.
It is really surprising to be driving through this beautiful farmland with the red barns and silos and start down into this beautiful canyon along the river. No one would ever suspect it was here. It is a very busy campground and is full on the weekends so reservations are a must.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2015

4

Beautiful, Relaxing Park

We stayed in this beautiful park for 2 weeks in our motorhome. No water or sewer hookup so you need to go in with full water and empty waste tanks. Campsites are spacious, level and well shaded. I particularly enjoyed the trout fishing here for small to medium rainbow, brown and brook.
It is really surprising to be driving through this beautiful farmland with the red barns and silos and start down into this beautiful canyon along the river. No one would ever suspect it was here. It is a very busy campground and is full on the weekends so reservations are a must.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2015

3

Nice park

We stayed here for a week while visiting the Branson area. The park is convenient to the shows in Branson and it is only a short drive to Branson Landing with Bass Pro Shops, numerous shops and restaurants. Some of the back in spaces are almost to short for a 40' motorhome. We had a pull through which was plenty long but close trees prevented using the awning.
Good cell service and great expanded cable service. WiFi is pay through TengoInternet which was very slow and unreliable - lots of signal loss requiring repeatedly logging in to reconnect.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2015

4

Excellent Park

We stayed here for a week while visiting the Hot Springs area. The sites were level and spacious. WiFi was good as was cell service. A limited cable tv service is provided but then we did not come here to watch tv.
This is a very beautiful and quiet park.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2015

3

Convenient Park

We were here primarily to visit family. The park is convenient to Pittsburg, Mt. Pleasant and Lake Bob Sandlin. Our pull through space was long enough to park our 40' motorhome and have room for the Jeep either behind or in front. A lot of people seem to live there year round but they were well kept. The WiFi was slow and might be down at times but it is free.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2015

5

Excellent Small Park

We stayed here for 4 nights for the Canton Trade Days. The rate shown was the Good Sam discount rate. Although it is several miles in to Canton, the location is much more quiet than rv parks in the Trade Days area. The manager and owners are very friendly and helpful - they escort you to your site and help you get parked and give information about things to do in the area.
I understand that they want to add additional sites and a pool in the future.
The sites were well spaced as far as width and length of our pull through was great for our 40 foot motorhome with the Jeep attached.

Date of Stay:
 May, 2015
Rate Paid:
 $27.50

4

Excellent Small Park

We arrived here on November 1, 2014 and will be here until April 5, 2015. This is an excellent location for many of the activities Arizona has to offer. It is really nice to get up every morning to a view of Superstition Mountain out the window.
This is one of the smaller parks in the area but that has many advantages - you get to know many of the people and everyone get to be good friends. When you arrive, the owners escort you to your site and get you parked.
Sites are open so no problems getting satellite but we were using our batwing antenna to pickup stations in Phoenix and Tucson. WiFi is slow and not totally reliable but it is free - works well for getting email and some internet browsing.
The park does not have some of the workshops (lapidary, silversmithing, ceramics, woodworking, etc. of many of the larger parks but the price is a lot less.

Date of Stay:
 November, 2014

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