This campground was almost perfect! We called ahead for reservations and used a discount membership program. We arrived around 4pm and were glad we had reservations because the park had no more open spots. Check in was quick and the office has a small camp store with some basic necessities, fishing supplies, and firewood. They also have propane. They have FHU sites, but our site (#24) was a back-in site with 30 amp and electric. There is a dump station. It was a mostly level and sandy. Our spot was great because it was at the end of the "cul-de-sac". The spaces are not uncomfortably close together. We did have a picnic table and fire ring. They do have WiFi, but it was not the greatest. The best reception we got with our Verizon cell service was about 2 bars of 3G! It made it difficult to get any work done. There is a laundry room ($1.50 for each machine). They had a pretty small playground with swings. They did have horseshoes and basketball. The clubhouse had a pool table, TV, puzzles, and books, but it was locked when we tried to check it out. They did offer free coffee in the morning in the clubhouse (which is the only reason we knew what was inside). They allow fishing on the bank and have a small boat launch for guests. The restroom/shower was fairly clean with plenty of hot water. There is only one shower stall and 2 toilets. You can lock the bathhouse door for privacy. We really enjoyed the setting with the big trees and the riverbank. The slow internet and low cell signal was the only downside for us personally. We made a day trip into Navarre Beach and Pensacola Beach. The weather was cool, windy, and overcast but we still enjoyed it.
*P.S. this campground is in Florida not Kansas
We had a 3 night stay here and it was our first experience with a COE campground. It is located on Belton Lake. It is a gated entrance and the gates locked at 11:00pm. Our site was situated at the end of the loop and it was very spacious. It had water/electric with a dump station. It had a picnic table and fire pit. It also has a laundry room near the entrance. There is a playground, restrooms, and showers. There is also a boat dock. It is a very well kept campground. I did not use the bath house, so I cannot give a review on how it looked. The laundry room was spacious and the machines were in working order. It was a perfect campground. My review would have been 5 stars but there is no swimming area.
This was our first camping experience traveling full time in our 5th wheel. We had no reservations but found a "walk up" spot in the Wagon Circle Loop. Our spot was #15. It was a loop with back in sites which had electric/water hook ups. There is also a dump station. There were bathrooms, fire pits, and picnic tables. There is a recreation area nearby with a playground and a swimming pool. Due to the time of year, the pool was not yet open. There were hiking trails and it was our first experience with geocaching.
This campground is located just a few miles from Mammoth Cave. It is a small campground, but great for families. The owners are nice, friendly people who take great care of their park. The sites are water & electric only, but there is a dump station. There is a stock pond for kids to fish with bamboo poles that the park provides (catch & release only). We really enjoyed our 2 day stay.
It is right off of Hwy 127. There are only 5 sites, but they do have gravel. They have water and electric only. No sewer hookups or dump station. No firepits or grills. No shade at all. It is located directly across the street from the Sergeant Alvin C. York State Park. The State Park itself has covered picnic tables, grills, restrooms, and a playground. The park is next to the Wolf River and allows fishing with proper licenses. The campground is owned by descendants of Sgt. York. You have to check in at the York Country Store just up the road. There is a visitor center at the State Park that gives guided tours of the York home and has exhibits and artifacts from WWI and a gift shop. There is an easy hiking trail behind the York home which leads to a suspension bridge and down to the cemetery where Sgt. York is buried.