We've enjoyed our stay here. There are very few RV parks in the Nashville/Franklin area and are more on the outskirts. We were happy to get a site here as it's relaxing by the lake. Wifi worked good most of the time and cell service was 3 of 4 bars AT&T. Very level pad and all roads and sites are concrete. Mosquitos and spiders to stay aware of at night when the lights are on, but I think that's seasonal. Picnic table and fire pit at each site. Sewer caps don't screw on very well, but manageable if weigh your hose down to stay in place. Peaceful stay.
We just spent 1 night here as we traveled from Colorado to Tennessee. It was great for a stop over, but there isn't much to do around there if you are staying for a long time. The manager was a dry, but he was accommodating and nice enough. We had a W&E only site and they have a dump conveniently on site we used before heading out. There were many sites on the grounds. We had an easy pull through site that was pretty level. Gravel roads throughout but wide and maintained. It was cheap and it worked great for a stopover and for that reason, we'd stay again.
CUSTOMER SERVICE: Friendly staff; shuffled our stay around so we could extend and not relocate during the week.
WIFI/ CELL SERVICE: Camp wifi and speed seemed to work really well! I could use email and stream videos with no delay; however we used a hot spot for work calls to be more clear, but their wifi probably could have been fine to do so. 2 of 4 bars AT&T but calls came in fine throughout the entire park.
SITE: Pretty campground layout. Love the"S" curved pull thru sites. We had an"S" shaped site with nice privacy and ease of arriving and leaving because of design. The sites all seemed to be nicely spaced from one another and private even though you are nearby. There were some views and there were a few pretty fall trees and a vacant pasture to look at while sitting at the picnic table. A small creek flows along the edge of site 23. Full hookup; level site; heated water so didn't have to worry about pipes freezing during stay; fire pit; grill; full sun site; rock roads but well maintained and not too dusty; light road noise. I'm sure the sites closer to the highway are louder near the campground entrance; no bugs in October that we experienced.
OTHER: Nearby Walmart and shopping center. About 20 min drive from Historic Downtown; about 5 minutes from Anytime Fitness gym. Laundry room was small and they didn't clean our clothes very well, but it was kept clean.
First come, first serve, dump station on site(back of parking lot), friendly camphost; great access to an awesome bike/walk trail, close to town& Walmart
SITE: Water and Electricity only and all amenities worked great. All sites are back in and spaced in a large parking lot. Picnic table per site in the shade under the trees by your site; level site; all concrete; the sites are close together, but it wasn't full so the RVers thoughtfully spaced out from each other; full sun
CELL SERVICE: AT&T worked great- not all bars but it worked well for use working remote and no issues with video calls using our hotspot.
OTHER: Located on the edge of Canyon View Park. The park had just closed as they prep for their annual Christmas light show, but you could still walk on the trail through the park to access the main bike/walk trail which was awesome and goes on for many miles! We loved using this everyday we were there. Bathroom in the park was really clean. Dump station is in the parking lot(super convenient) on the back side. It was super gusty, windy at night and consistent every night from about 11pm- 10am. Maybe it's just seasonal? Make sure your awning is in!
We found this little gem while planning a stop over from Missoula to Sun Valley. It served us well for the night. It was very spacious, accessible roads, very friendly and accommodating staff. Our site had plenty of space for our trailer and truck and then some. It has recently opened so a work in progress. The gravel is a bit sharp at the sites, but it didn't do any harm for us and didn't seem to be affecting any others in the park. You are nestled up against the beautiful foothills and apparently is a good spot for those with ATVs. We didn't have a picnic table or fire pit- not needed since we were only staying for a night. This area is very remote and we didn't have any AT&T cell service the entire time. We also logged into their wifi but it never worked for us. I was able to send an imessage, but that was it. It was kind of nice to be forced to shut technology down for a night, although I wouldn't recommend this place during a work week if you work remote. You might be completely out of luck. They even have a cafe and patio in the office where you check in that has delicious food, milkshakes, cocktails, etc. They accept Good Sam membership. I'm giving them a 4 out 5 because their friendly staff, the cafe, the unique setting, the spacious site all made up for an overnight with no cell service or wifi. If they could get their wifi up to speed for the entire park, they'd be golden!
Located on the north side of town, about 15 min drive to downtown Missoula. A bit overpriced, but do accept Good Sam membership for discount until next year. Wifi was horrible- didn't work well at all and took at least 5 mins to load a page and then sometimes would not even load after all of that time. They say they are in the process of updating their wifi- hope so! We hot spotted from our phone the entire time and had good enough AT&T cell service.
There is a pool, gift shop in the office, as[halt roads and great walking park and has short little trails in the neighboring hay field. Easy access through the park. Our spot was a pull thru and super easy to get situated and set up. Level site, picnic table and close to neighbors. Quiet park. Laundry was horrible. 1 of the 4 washers available was working and it was hard to find a time where it was available since the park hosts so many guests. They should definitely invest in more washers or fix the ones that were out of order. They didn't have quarters in the office and the coin machine wasn't working. To avoid anymore hassle, I went downtown to Sparkle Laundry. I HIGHLY suggest over their laundry machines. It was$2.50 for a double load and drying prices ranged from$0.50+. Super friendly staff and have a little bar top and stools, along with snacks and drinks while you wait for your laundry. I suggest going there instead!
This park was super accessible to GNP and is right next to Willows, that has wonderful ice cream and huckleberry treats. They have a playground, heated poll and gift shop in the office. The laundry room only has 2 washers, but reasonably priced and I got lucky to not have to wait for a washer due to the limited number so there were no issues. There is a grocery store that's walkable. Although a fairly small trailer, it was quite difficult to get into our site for our size(26'). We had to get permission to pull through some of their nice grass behind the office to pull through in order to get parked, although it was intended to be a back-in… not for us. Luckily they were nice about helping to get us parked. Once we were nestled in, it was fine, it was just a bit tight. They pack them in successfully throughout the park though. It was a shady place and also a great bike path right in front of the park that goes for miles and miles. Friendly staff. Giving it a 3 out of 5 due to the tight fit, the wifi was terrible(it would randomly work slow), except on the porch of the office, and not the cleanest laundry room. I wish it were a little cheaper as well.
Great place to stay. Big grassy area in the middle of the RV park with picnic tables, great for walking dogs or just relaxing in the grass. There is also a small basketball court. Minimal bugs- just a few knats that would seek out the lights at night. Site was level and just enough space for trailer and truck(a bit crowded but worked), full sun, no shade and a picnic table. Splitter on the water spiket provided. Light road noise from hwy nearby, but not bad. Customer service was nice and accommodating.$2 wash/$2 dryer so a little high, but the laundry services were clean. Gravel back-in site, asphalt roads, great for strolling around in the evening.
We stayed for 7 days so paid for 6 and the 7th was free. They also accept Good Sam members.
The wifi was a tad slow, but for the most part worked pretty good. Hotspot on cell for video calls and Netflix though.
Close to the grocery(Super 1 Foods) and 2 miles from the rodeo grounds and Blue Moon Nite Club where they have a weekly Thursday Rodeo in the summer. It was fun! Very accessible to Whitefish, Kalispell, downtown Columbia Falls, Hungry Horse, and Glacier National Park.*The cajun restaurant in Whitefish Tupelo Grille was awesome!!
This place surprised us! It was the cheapest option around the Flathead we could find and we were not disappointed! It was perfect for our needs that week. Quiet, remote, but only a mile walk to Lake Flathead where you can hop in and go for a swim. They also have water toys you can rent(kayaks, paddle boards, etc). We didn't have time, but it's great they offer that! Seems to be a place with a lot of longterm RVers. Noise was not an issue and you felt very nestled and remote while there.
WIFI& CELL SERVICE: The best place thus far we have camped this year Wifi wise. It was high speed and worked perfect the whole time for us. AT&T service was 2 out of 4 bars, but calls came through just fine throughout the entire park.
SITE: Getting into our site was a bit challenging. For all of those who are looking for a back-in challenge, this is your spot! We had to go in the out which was up hill and then back in between pine trees because they are everywhere, but once we were settled into our site, it was mostly level and we enjoyed our little space. Trashcans conveniently throughout the entire park.
NEARBY: Lake Flathead; the historic downtown of Bigfork is cute, but small and not much going on. We got some ice cream. We did find a great running trail(Swan River Nature Trail) nearby that was 2 miles one way- flat and smooth gravel so no worries about rolling an ankle. Highly recommended!
It's hard to beat the location with the entrance to the Grand Teton NP being so close, but it is overpriced for the condition of the park and the amenities. The park accommodates a lot of people; however there is no trash pick up so you have to walk to the dumpster by the office when needed(we didn't mind the walk, but we have stayed at places half this much and they at least had a trash pick up); the laundry room was not very clean and had a small amount of functioning dryers for the size of the park. Only 5 of the 9 dryers were able to be used. The others had "Out of Order" signs on them. Had to wait for a dryer because of this maintenance issue. Nearest grocery was Albertsons in Jackson(35 mins away) so I would suggest planning ahead.
WIFI& CELL SERVICE: Wifi worked shockingly well for how busy their park was. I give it a 4 out of 5. AT&T cell service- 3 out of 4 bars.
SITE: Gravel in the entire park. Level. We were second to last in our row which reduced in dust as cars went by. Along with it not being very windy, this enabled us to have our windows open the majority of the time to let the fresh mountain air in- that was awesome! The mosquitos were pretty bad in the evenings, but were hard to find during the day. Looked out into surrounding pastures with the backdrop of the Tetons and horses across the street.
NEARBY SITES: Suggestions: Thai Me Up- great restaurant in Jackson; Moo's Ice Cream- delicious in Jackson; the 35 mile bike look from Jackson--> Moran--> Teton Village--> back to Jackson- it was the best and we even biked right past a grizzly taking a swim! We rented bikes from Hoback Bike Rentals in Jackson
We enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back and also recommending this place to anyone we know heading to Dubois.
GENERAL: very spacious, wide gravel roads, 60 aces- hiking; biking; ATV and off road accessible; great customer service and got discounted rate when scheduling over the phone vs online. All sites are back-in, but plenty of space to navigate.
SITE: Very spacious, very few neighbors and spread out when you do have neighbors; 50 amp only, but we have an adapter to 30amp so no issue; The starts at night were insanely beautiful!
WIFI: We work remote and the wifi was surprisingly strong and good for working remote. Occasionally spotty for video calls, but good otherwise. We looked out to Hamburger Point. You feel you are alone in the great outdoors with a beautiful setting.
OTHER: Walkable to downtown(about 1.5); Fishing and great walking path right across the street. We went to the rodeo on Friday night and the grounds are right across the street. The small town was historic and nice to walk around. Check out the Rustic Tavern and/or Outlaw Saloon for a drink while you're there! Very windy most of the day so we didn't keep our windows open unfortunately. Too much dust whipping around and gusty, although the roads were gravel, everywhere else around is dessert and dirt. Grocery is nearby- a bit pricey and the produce isn't that great, but was good for the necessities while in town.
This was the perfect place to stay for the Lander area, especially if you plan to access the Wind River Range in Pinedale.
OVERALL: Great customer service and handled our reservation over the phone- easy to work with and accommodating. Reasonably priced and used Good Sam discount. Laundry is$2.50/wash and$1.75/dry and the units were very good. They cleaned our clothes well, where most RV parks the washers are not good. It was super windy at times in the afternoon. We even lost power for a few hours one evening because of the wind gusts, but it wasn't too dusty so we could keep our windows open some of the time to let fresh air in.
SITE: Gravel roads throughout the park. Turns just a little narrow, but completely manageable- you just have to pay attention. There wasn't a lot of campground scenery at our site, but you can capture beautiful sunsets at the top of the hill at the park. Our site was almost level, we just needed one link on the left side. Lots of shade, along with a nice picnic table and fire pit(although no fires allowed right now).
WIFI: Works pretty well for campground wifi. Video calls and streaming were spotty and unreliable, but everything else worked just fine. We also switched over to our AT&T phone hotspot to help with internet speed at times during the work day.
NEARBY: There is a gas station right across the street. There is a Safeway or Mr. D's just a few miles down the road. Restaurants, bar and ice cream just a walk away downtown, along with a few cute shops- Dulce Ice Cream; Lander Bar, Cowfish and The Middle Fork(to name a few). They have gluten free options as well!
Good Sam discount CO RV Parks are all more on the expensive side, but Elk Meadow is on the lower end of those around them. Great access to the RMNP(5 mins max!), as well as to downtown. Beautiful views of Longs Peak! Nearest grocery is close(5 miles away). Elk occasionally pass thru the front area which was really cool! There is also a little area next to the RV park where I think they park stored vehicles and it's a great place to walk. It's dirt, but about the size of a track.
GUEST SERVICES= great customer service! Friendly staff anytime I went into the office; they shuffled around to accommodate out extended stay on the spot so we wouldn't have to relocate and could stay at our site the whole time we were in town. We appreciated that!
WIFI/ CELL SERVICE= provided, but not reliable. We used our AT&T hotspot the entire time bc we work remote. Cell service was 4 bars and worked fine in the entire campground.
LAUNDRY: Not the cleanest laundry room we've been too, but it worked. There was a soap and water station in the laundry I used to wipe down the inside of the washer(by the chlorox holder) before using. The trashcan always seemed to be overflowing with lent and trash, but again, clean enough.
SITE: Wide roads and turns; easy to navigate throughout the campground; quiet; picnic table; spacious, no shade, needed levels on one side of our RV; dirt roads throughout so, unless it rained, it was very dusty and so we didn't open our windows as much as we wanted with the fresh mountain air. When it rained and calmed down the dust, then it was perfect to open the windows.
We loved our time here. The staff was so friendly throughout the entire process from booking, leading us to our site and helping us get situated, being helpful with questions and extensions of our stay, to leaving.
WIFI: They offer free wifi and it would work occasionally for me, although slow. Could not stream video or video chat on their network.
CELL SERVICE: AT&T worked perfect throughout the entire park GYM: They had it open, but encouraged you to BYOLysol wipes to wipe down equipment before and after. They have a small gym, but it was perfect and I was the only one in there every time I went.
LAUNDRY: The laundry was$2.50/wash and$2.00/dryer; have change machine; was clean with plenty of washers and dryers so never had to wait
OUR SITE: shaded, had a little bush, bunnies everywhere; all asphalt throughout the park which kept us able to open our windows to let the breeze blow in every night without our RV interior getting terribly dusty; level slab; all amenities worked great- we used 30amp; spacious site; picnic table; quiet park; light road noise; around a culdesac.
Live music across the street that was fun to hear from our RV. They didn't play too late into the night, but they are right across the street so keep that in mind when asking about a spot in the park. Some sites, I'm sure heard the music way more than we did. Very accessible location in town to get to surrounding areas; super cool hiking trails and mountain bike trails all around. Closest grocery store is about a 6 min drive.
All amenities functioned good. The hole to the sewer was a little janky, but nothing too disruptive to our dumping routine. Wifi is free, but is very slow and very unreliable. No streaming videos are allowed. We had fine AT&T cell service though so used our phone hotspot. Nice and clean laundry facilities. Campground had everything we needed. They opened up a spot for us day of that they normally don't rent out which was super nice and instead of just staying one night, we ended up staying a week! We could have moved to a more shady spot on the camp after the first night, but we stayed put. Friendly staff and great customer service. They don't do weekly rates, just daily or monthly. Pretty rugged and simple campsite, but pretty road to drive on to get there and very accessible to Colorado Springs! We had to hook up and unhook on a small incline which was a little tricky, but I don't think they were all like that across the campground. The most exciting part of this place is the accessibility to miles and miles of trails on site. You can walk to from your RV site and get a legit workout in. You definitely get some elevation gain for sure, especially on Trail 2! It was good to be here to adjust to the elevation. The people around us respected quiet hours and we had no problem bad issues with noise.
This place really made our travels more smooth. It's easy to find and worth it! We were the only people at the park the day we stayed. There are 8 sites, each with their own W& E hookup and shade tree. The site was spacious and level. Each site is a pull thru. The site was very clean. Free for 2 nights and then there is a fee. It was windy and stormy when we stayed so there was a little mud, especially near the hook ups, but the site was a mix of gravel and dirt so it was manageable. You can hear a little road noice, but nothing that should keep you from sleeping well. No wifi, but AT&T service was good (3 of 4 bars). They have a dump station we didn't use and dumpsters for your trash bags. Suggestion- one of the water fixtures had a dead bolt on it, so check to make sure the water is available before you set up so you avoid making the mistake we did!
Friendly, hospitable customer service with great communication up front and during stay. The RV park is very clean. Free Wifi works great and good speed! Great cell service as well. Convenient trash and recycle cans on site. Our site had Full Hookups with the option of 30 or 50 amp. Shady spot, spacious and very level site which made backing in much easier! Asphalt drive through campground and wide spots. Reservations can be made over email or phone. The cicadas were in the trees and"sang" us to sleep. It's right off the highway and we were 3 spots to the highway. Even then, the road noise was not terrible. The turn into the park is directly off of 281, so a good idea to slow down ahead of time! We will definitely stay here again when we are in town.
OVERVIEW: The RV park is part of the county park- beautiful walking/bike path with the creek flowing through. Our back in site was nearby our neighbors, but felt spacious because it's an end site directly across from the camp host. Easy to navigate the concreted roads and the space was easy to back in to.
Hard to beat $20 for W&E hookups. It's a quiet campground. Trashcans all around the park conveniently. The area as you drive up seems a bit run down, but as soon as you get into the park, it's great.
There is a free public dump station 1 mile away in town since there is not a dump station on site.
The park has unisex toilets around the grounds that are vault toilets so nothing fancy. Picnic tables, lots of green space around and the trail goes for at least 2 miles round trip.
CELL SERVICE: We work remote- We used out AT&T hotspot and had an awesome connection. Reliable for video calls all week. Gradely harshly, giving 4 out 5, only because they don't have wifi and also ideally would have been nice to have sanitizer(especially this year) in the bathrooms. Everything was was lovely.
GUEST SERVICES: Camphost was super friendly. We came in around 8:30pm on a Monday night with fingers crossed we would find a spot.. and we did with no problem. If it looks full as you enter, keep going past the camphost and you will find the pull thru options. The camp host came over on his gator and shined his lights to help us as we set up. He was very kind.
NEARBY: Close to downtown Twin Falls with some cute coffee shops and breweries. Also about 50 mins away there is a place called Mammoth Cave that might be the most interesting cave experience you ever experience. I highly encourage it.