Mike H.


Tuscaloosa, AL

Joined January 2020

Base camp for our DC visit

Spent several nights here while visiting Washington DC. You need military credentials. Handy to the DC Metro Transit system. Nice views of river. Eagle’s nest were interesting. Some sites are a little unlevel, front to rear, but definitely manageable. You really need a toad since supplies are not very close to the camping area.

Great stop-over

Just off I95. Stopped for rest on way to Virginia Beach. Easy access. Large sites. Clean and quiet. Affordable.

Visit the Amish!

This is a small campground that is a little tight for big rigs. We did manage to fit two 40’ motorhome’s with planning. The hosts were very helpful. Within walking distance are Amish shops, and guided tours into the Amish countryside. Restaurants are nearby. Clean and quiet area.

Overnight stop

This seems to be mostly semi-permanent residents. There are two sites for overnight stays. Does have FHU’s. We felt safe here and residents were friendly.

Visited here to ride the dunes

We visited here for the sole purpose to use as a base camp to ride the sand dunes. Was not disappointed. Clean and quiet. Good amenities. Close to the dunes and the village of Silver Creek. Rent Jeeps at the village.

Very convenient

Nice campground with many amenities. Typical KOA. You can schedule tours of the falls in the office. Tour bus stops at office. Restaurants nearby. Note: if you are coming in from the southern side, DO NOT GO THROUGH DOWNTOWN BUFFALO like we did! PAY THE TOLLS!

Good stopover campground

Stopped here for a good night’s rest on way to Niagara Falls in June of 2019. Quiet, clean, excellent bath houses. Fairly easy in and out from interstates.

First to Review
Nice small COE park

Close to my home base. Nice level site. Clean. Friendly hosts. One mile from small store with essentials. 7 miles from supermarket. No bad sites here. #22 gets satellite year round. Fish from site #13. Only reason for 4 stars is no FHU’s. Be sure to try the food at Roebuck Landing restaurant (1 mile away).

Lots of reviews for Gulf State Park

So I’ll just say: Great location. Very popular, so plan ahead. Over 400 sites, great amenities, miles of biking and hiking trails.

Our Go-to park

This COE park is within a two hours drive of home for us. We visit several times every year. Not a bad site there. Quite and seems out in the country side, but actuall within 3 miles of Demopolis. FHU’s but kinda low water pressure (40 psi). There are 4 GREAT sites directly on the Warrior River, and MIGHT be available during the week.

Our favorite place to stay in the Gulf Shores area

Very clean and spacious RV park. Close to beach(not on the beach). Close to restaurants and shopping. Lake is well stocked with big bass. Adjoins bike trails of Gulf State Park.