John T.

Beach Park, IL

Joined April 2019

Nice stop over campground

This campground is located real close to I24. You can see & hear it. Know that before you book. That aside, it’s a nice campground. They have several pull through sites designated just for one night stop overs and many more designed for longer stays. You should look for a review of someone who stayed longer than me if that is your intentions. I already have reservations to stay here again on my way home. It is super easy access, convenient and worthy of my purposes. On our second start we had to drive around the campground to line up with the propane tank to refill our tank. The park is really quite nice with small grass sections next to each site. The grass section varies with each site but is big enough to set up a decent site. Some are big enough for a screen house as well. The staff are excellent and helpful. We enjoyed our stay and will use this campground again.

Good stop over

The campground is fairly small. They appeared to have all gravel sites with minimal grass. There are fire rings by request. The sites are fairly tight. Couldn’t erect our screen house even if we wanted to. The staff was friendly and informative. They guided us to our site which was good, I never would have found my site without their help. Like I said, all gravel without clear markings or signage. I might use this place again but only as a one night stop over.

Very nice & quiet park

We stayed here for a month to visit the area. The park is exceptionally well kept and the people we met were very friendly and helpful. The park is predominantly full time sites but they keep many open for daily camping. The surrounding area is beautiful and has just about everything you would need nearby. There are some beautiful state parks nearby with exploring as well. There is a small game room that has a pool table and other activities but was rarely used by the full timers in the park. The restrooms were very clean and there were two laundry facilities on site. This area is a fisherman’s paradise with lake Guntersville and the Tennessee river a few miles down RT 69. Huntsville is only a 30 minute drive and there are many things to see and do there .If we come through the area again we would definitely stay here.

Location was great

This was our first time in Door County. At the time of my booking, we knew a lot of people that had visited, but not in an RV so I was on my own looking. I will list the good before the bad and hopefully you will understand why the rating was given. The campground is in a great location as far as we we’re concerned. It is just outside of downtown Bailey’s Harbor, one of the many picturesque and quaint towns in Door County. From there you can go up or down the peninsula. The owner and staff were helpful and friendly enough but I have had a lot more friendlier greetings. The campground is fairly well maintained with clean bathrooms/showers. The stalls are small and some have hooks, some don’t. None have benches, a couple have a plastic lawn chair. Minor issue really but one of my pet peeves. The pool is of decent size and was heated, a big plus for this far north. Our site was incredibly level. I have only found cement sites that require less effort to level your rig. Now the bad parts. The office provided minimal information, had very few supplies beyond candy bars and t-shirts. They did have adapters to convert 30 amp to 50 amp plugs. There was minimal shade in our part of the campground and insufficient space to erect a screen house. They also seem to wait a little long to cut the grass. Our neighbors moved all their stuff off the grass before we arrived and after the previous guest had left in hopes that the lawn would be mowed. Didn’t happen. We were fortunate to have a small tree that did provide a little shade but also stopped us from putting up the screen house there. We could have still erected it but then our neighbors would be left with no room (more on this later). The cable provided no better channel selection than your antenna nor better reception. The WiFi was weak and our T-Mobile service was horrible (not the campgrounds fault) The worse part of the campground was for daily rental sites. They faced each other and were about 12-15 feet apart in the front and about 10 foot or less on your utilities side. This would be great for camping with friends or family. Not so much when you are given a randomly chosen neighbor. We were lucky, our camping neighbors were great people and we enjoyed the time we spent with them. See the photo for a better idea of how close we were. It was less of an issue on this trip because we were here to see the sites. The RV was our home base and we didn’t spend a lot time there. If we come back, it will be a different campground.