We spent several month this winter in a deluxe site at Campbell Cove RV Resort and absolutely loved it! The deluxe sites have lots of space and it was wonderful to watch the sunsets from our patio. The park is very nicely landscaped and the showers and restrooms were very clean. Great pool and spa too! Friendly and helpful staff made for a great stay. We will be back and highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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I hope you like being close to other people since there is NO room between each site. Also, there are several campers here full time and the management doesn't care if they stack junk around their site. I wouldn't stay here again. I'm sure there are better Resorts in the area for the price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This would be a good park IF they would not try to turn us all into sardines. Sites are very tight and some people could not get into the assigned site. Very few sites have a view and most sites were either facing another rig or looking at the back of the unit. Good pool, hot tub. Very nice washrooms. Rate reflects a Passport America discount. Would not stay here long term, but great for overnight stays. Wi-Fi is extra, but good cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here after a mis-leading review had us at the state park with no hook-ups. They were very friendly and accommodating (not sure who the other reviewers spoke with) When we got there they didn't really have any sites that would fit us (because of our tow dolly), so the lady at the front desk gave us two spots for the price of one, so we didn't have any issues. The spots are small (and very close to your neighbor), but were level. There is a dog potty area, a horseshoe pit and a small picnic area. Over all we had a nice stay. We didn't really spend much time at the park though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We made reservations for this park a few days ahead of our arrival date, at which time credit card was charged for 60% of 2 nights fee. Right off, the office staff was rude and unfriendly. She told us our site # and we went to set up. The sites are extremely small and tight. Neighbor's in front had to move their pickup to allow room for us to back into the space we were given. Our trailer is 25', so not large and husband has no problem backing a trailer into a site. This site was #55 & it was next to the maintenance worker and 2 other RV's that were full time dwellers in this park. There were old tires stacked outside, parts, and junk all around this area. We immediately complained to the office staff that this was unacceptable and we were told this was the only site available for the 2 days we were booked for. Husband backed our travel trailer into the site and it was so close to rig next to us that I could have easily reached out and touched their trailer if I had wanted to. There isn't room to walk between the rigs! The maintenance worker had a compressor, and blower running all afternoon. Then the loud music started blaring. Husband finally went and pounded on the door at 11:00 pm for the occupant to turn it down. This is one of the full time dwellers, not to mention he was stumbling around drunk, walking between our truck and trailer. As for dog friendly, I would not agree. The pet area is approximately a 10 X 20 dog run. If you have a 4 lb. dog it is probably suitable. The pool area is nice but so small that only a few people (3 or 4) could comfortably use this at a time. There are several other RV parks in the area. We would choose to stay at one of those in the future. As far as Resort goes, this is not what I would consider a resort. This is the worst park we have stayed at on our 3 month journey. We are Passport America and if this is the only site available at Campbell Cove I would suggest another park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The units in this park are crammed in very tightly. Don't expect anything scenic other than the view of the lake if you're lucky enough to have a site at the end of one of the rows. The facilities are clean and the owners friendly but it's not a place you could call home for long. We stayed for three days to see the fireworks convention. We'll probably look for a different location next year if we attend. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
My husband and I wanted to stay in Lake Havasu for a month to enjoy all the activities, nice weather, etc. We chose this park because of its website. Its location is the only thing it has going for it. The sites are so close, slides were within inches of each other. Its much worse than a parking lot and surely is no resort! Full time residents/workers were rude, loud and obnoxious. The managers/staff are NOT one bit people or dog friendly. We are very responsible dog owners and I was yelled at for having my dog in a wrong area, although there are no signs of where a dog should or shouldn't be. (They had just finished the fenced dog pen a few days before we left) We have traveled a lot and stayed in many RV parks/resorts and I would say this is by far the worse park we have stayed in and we will not be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is by far not a resort. It is more like a parking lot, very, very tight spaces. Most people I talked with said they could not get their slides out. We don't have slides, but when we put our awning out and the next person put theirs out they were touching. The only row with a water view was a pull in, the rest of the park is a nose to back parking arrangement. There is no view anywhere other than that one row. You need to go sit on a picnic bench to see any view. There is a dog kennel that only works for small dogs, 3'x10'. We have large dogs and they could not even try to run in it. Also the pails for the dog excrement are not emptied every day. The manager needs training in customer service and hospitality. I waited at least 3 minutes without being acknowledged. There are many other parks in this city, I recommend trying one of them over this place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport rate, which is good for four nights. The park is clean and the owners are very nice. Good internet connection, which you must pay for. Nice view of the lake. The BIG BIG drawback here, is that the park is a sardine can and you a squished in with your neighbor. The spaces are the narrowest, tightest I have ever stayed in. Just too close for my taste. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects monthly rate per night. Like most other "resort" campgrounds in AZ in January, you are stacked in like cord wood! Better than some, but would prefer some degree of breathing room. Utilities are well spaced and worked well. Good location. Paid extra for "premium" pull through site, those in back are even more like a parking lot. Would probably do more research in the future if staying in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nicely maintained park. Concrete spaces that are long enough for big rigs (the pull through sites), however the sites are pretty close together. Walking distance to the lake and state park. Wi-Fi is good but costs $2.50 per day or $12.00 per week. A decent place to stay for a few nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Was especially appealing to us because it was a Passport America park. Was nice, clean and close to the lake. Decided to stay an extra night and drive the area without RV. Manager friendly and helpful. Did charge extra $5 for 50amp service. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Clean, level sights, quiet, lake view, nice pool and hot tub, although the hot tub needed cleaning. Wi-Fi is extra and Verizon Hot-Spot was slow. Water pressure and power were good. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
You can look out past the end of this park and see the lake: very pretty. However, arriving after hours (by 15 minutes), we were greeted rudely. No internet access for late-comers. They charge for internet. Cable TV didn't work at our site. Showers were dirty with hair, and had SLIMY walls and curtain. Gross!!! Dog "walk" area was more like a dog "pace" area. Not enough room for my labs to even do their affairs in. Both of them deposited on the way back to the RV instead. At 7:00 am we were awakened by staff raking the gravel between every site with a steel rake!! I mentioned it to the manager when I was paying prior to checkout that morning, and she just shrugged her shoulders and said something about some people not having a good sense of timing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park, friendly management, and not too far from grocery stores. The down side, road noise. The park is just up the street from the State Park with constant traffic along with the gas station with high traffic too. There is a picket fence around the park which blocks the view of the lake. The entrance sign to the park was difficult to see when coming down Industrial Blvd. The park shares their driveway with the gas station so don't turn right before the sign, turn just after the Campbell Cove sign. We were told the water pressure was 100 psi and we would need to use our water regulator. Water pressure was very low using the regulator. ?? Maybe they tell everyone that so we'll use less water. Verizon cell and MIFI worked well. Power was not a problem, we ran our air and washer dryer at the same time. Nothing to obscure a satellite signal. We would stay here again as an overnighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very tight sites, but large enough to put out the slides and awning. Pay wi-fi. Good location. Could bicycle into town and the waterfront area. Nice pool, friendly staff. Price is Passport America rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We paid the Passport America rate. As others have said, the sites are narrow, with barely enough room for the towed to park. Motorhomes are parked nose in while trailers are backed in, of course, so our view is of the rear of the trailer in front of us. The first site we were given was unsuitable as the trailer in the next site was using the sewer connection for our site and we couldn't reach the other one near the front of our motorhome. The manager did find us another site that worked fine for us. There are picnic tables at each site and all are open for satellite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If the park had normal sized sites, I'd rate it a 10. Unfortunately, most sites are set up where RVs are parked within inches (yes, literally!) of each other so that a wider space is available between each group for cars to park. Other than that, the park has a very nice pool and hot tub, nice view (and an easy walk) to the lake, and good cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used Passport America for the "cheaper" price. Yeah: tight sites. Was in site #112. Had to unhitch our trailer from our truck because the site is VERY unlevel front to back. Had to back out of this pull through with our 60 ft combo truck and trailer because the interior road is to skinny and there is a bush planted in the way. Otherwise very quiet, awesome cable TV. Like others say have to pay for Wi-Fi. This price. Even with PA it should be included. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice simple park, great staff, clean pool and spa, near state park and great for boating. Laundry was clean. WiFii is $2.50/day, but works well. Good park for a short stay or longer if you like fishing/boating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have said this is an overnight parking lot. The spots are close together and strangely laid out (one site backs in, the next site heads in). The seasonal guests seem to bring everything they own to place around their sites. The laundry is located in the rear of a convenience store outside the park and some distance from the sites. The pool is nice and the restrooms are clean. The park is away from the highway and is quiet at night. Wi-Fi and cable TV are extra. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As other reviewers have mentioned, the spaces are tight. The overall appearance of the campground is untidy but this is primarily caused by the long term visitors and their desire to have as much of their belongings outside and encroaching on their neighbor's space. There seems to be no willingness by the management to enforce campground guidelines. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good location off the main drag, so it's quiet at night. About 2-miles from London Bridge. Concrete sites that need leveling blocks, no shade trees. Restrooms and showers were clean. 72-channel cable TV. Wi-fi was $2.50 for the day, prepay in office; it worked fantastic. Swimming pool and hot tub were nice. We got the last available site for our one-night stay, as there are snow-birds here from Dec. through Feb., so make reservations. There are many RV Parks in Lake Havasu City to choose from. This one fit our needs perfectly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Most of the previous comments are accurate: very tight sites , oddly laid out (especially for a new park). Had to pull in, so was right behind one trailer and very close on driver side to another but had spacious motorhome door side. The downward and sideways slope bothered us the most. Looked like the whole middle section of park wasn't level. Had a very weak Verizon access signal, didn't use park's Wi-Fi ($2.50) since only stayed one night. Bathrooms nice & clean and there is a lake view at the end of the road. This place is fine for the overnight PA rate, $17 plus tax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had intended to stay for two nights, but once we started to park our motorhome, we decided to leave after only one night. There is a $1 fee per night for having a dog. There are many long term guests. The good: our site was level, and the rest seemed the same. The bad: the clerk didn't know now to process a credit, so we had to follow up in the morning (at least they gave us a credit); Verizon broadband service doesn't work, and the owner said AT&T doesn't either; clerk told us their fee-paid Wi-Fi is weak; not one blade of grass anywhere; sites are so close together, slide-outs have to be positioned carefully to avoid touching; many sites are pull-in, not back-in; lake view is minimal; no picnic tables or fire rings - no room. We felt we were bamboozled by the reviews on this site, and will use more caution in the future. Not sure we'll ever come to Lake Havasu City again, but if so we'll find another campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is Passport America accepted even for a Saturday night. We had placed on an on line reservation with a deposit and the owner gave us a cash refund to bring the rate to the PA rate. Owner extremely friendly and helpful. Site level. Entrance a little unusual (via a gas station) but a well marked sign showing the way in. Site large enough for a pull through but all connections to rear so we had to unhitch anyway for the sewer hose to reach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown is using Passport America. This is a new campground, has been open about 18 months. If you have a boat or other water toys, this is the place for you. It is not fancy, but very clean and located very near the boat launch for the lake. The owners are super people. We paid for 2 nights, but due to an emergency, we had to leave a day early. When we went in to tell them we were leaving, the owner got $20 from the register and gave it to us. We did not ask for nor expect a refund! We had a nice view of the lake from our site. We will return to this campground frequently as we have family in town and prefer it over the other places that we have stayed in the past. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great overall park! Rock solid internet (for a nominal fee) some spaces are somewhat small for a large rig 38'or more. Very clean pool, and spa,walking distance to a convenience store. Very quiet on the nights we stayed there, no fire pits, limited picnic tables. We will go back again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has some views of Lake Havasu, but it is truly little more than a large parking lot. The spaces are tight, very tight, hardly room for the slide-outs and awning. We were disappointed. The Wi-Fi didn't work unless we went to the office. The restrooms were cleaned daily, but it was spring break and the many children there made a mess of it quickly in the course of each day. The Camp Club discount was honored for the first night. It was acceptable, but we will look elsewhere if we return to Lake Havasu. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Staff very helpful and friendly. The sites were crowded and appeared to have 2 RV's end to end. Camp is a work in progress. No dog run specified so many people walking their dogs around the camp and across the sites. The camp sits on top of a hill and you have a full view of Lake Havasu, at least for now. After they finish the Marine Center, the view will be blocked. Bathrooms were very nice, shower in the laundry area with just a curtain. We were there in December and again in February. Wi-Fi is pay online. You can go to the office and use a free connection. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a new campground, parts of it were not finished. Sites are very very close together. We had a hard time getting our 40' into a pull in site and had to park our tow on part of the neighbors site, luckily they had a 5th wheel and were OK with it. We had even a harder time getting out. Not sure we would stay here again, just not big rig usable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We liked this park, as we do most Arizona parks. We stayed in the upper loop, with a limited view of the lake, but also VERY quiet and peaceful. The lower loop was full and not really noisy, just a lot of activity. There are two nice hiking trails along and above the lake. The swimming beach is beautiful white sand (something like you'd see in the south of France). Each site has 1-2 shade trees, that allow you to eat lunch outside at your picnic table. Our restroom and showers were very clean, but we didn't use the lower ones where the boaters are. A nice camp host with info about the park and the area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The restrooms/showers were very nice with tile. One-half of the sites were in sun. The beach area was nice and there's a boat ramp. Although our 40' motorhome fit into our site, the majority of sites were much smaller. The sites are also very close to each other unlike most state parks. This is also a park that attracts boaters and fishermen. We were here mid-May and the temperature was 117 degrees! There is only 30 amp available so we could only run one air conditioner which wouldn't catch up with the heat. Because of the 30A and close sites we would not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great, peaceful location on Lake Havasu. The park is about 15 miles south of Lake Havasu City, but remote enough to be away from all the ambient light and city noise. Although the RV sites are not waterfront, there's a boat launch and a nice swimming beach immediately adjacent to the campground. There's also a dump station in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well maintained park. Friendly park hosts. Only 30 amp electric available with voltage running low due to heavy A/C usage on hot weekend. We had to use our Voltage Regulator to keep volts up to a safe level. Sites are spacious and paved. We stayed in the end pull-thru, Site #23. It was huge. VERY dog friendly with a private dog beach. Hiking trails were listed as easy, but I found them challenging in the heat. Looking forward to a return visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here two nights on our way home from winter snowbirding. The park was very nice, with good access to the water. Everything was very clean. The sites were fairly level and all the hookups were convenient. We used the park as a base to kayak in Lake Havasu City and in the state preserve to the south of the park. We'd stay again next time we pass through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is right at the boat launch, with a small beach, making it very convenient to cool off. There is also a beautiful hiking trail, right along the water. We walked an hour each way and the trail continued, don't know how far. We rented a 'sea doo' from a vendor in Lake Havasu City and they delivered it to us at the park: very convenient for an extra $10. The park was clean and the sites were roomy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent two nights at this park, which was quiet, clean, well-maintained, and very pleasant. We opted for a pull-through site which was paved with a gravel space that included a picnic table and fire pit. The site had water and 30 amp electric only. A central dump station is located near the park exit. We had plenty of room for our 34' RV and truck without feeling cramped. The restrooms and showers were clean. But with only five stalls and four showers for 61 campsites, it felt a little over-used. The beach is nice and has a roped off swimming area. We did the lakeside hiking trail which was wonderful, and our two dogs enjoyed it, too. Very pet friendly park with a huge pet area (not off leash). We will definitely stay here again in the spring and fall. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park with friendly staff and service. The sites are very spacious, and the way they are laid out gives you plenty of room to park your TOAD, as well as sit outside and enjoy the beautiful view. There were walking trails all around, as well as the boat launch and swimming area (too cold to swim though!). You can reserve your site for only a $5.00 fee on line, and they save it for you. We stayed here 4 days. It is a great spot to visit Lake Havasu, only 15 miles up the road. The only downside was that there was absolutely no TV reception. We would definitely come back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here every winter, and it is our favorite campground in the Lake Havasu area. The sites are very wide, and I never feel like we are camping on top of our neighbors. They did go to a reservation system this year so I strongly suggest that you make reservations since this is such a popular state park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very quiet park. Some nice hikes in the area. My husband tried fishing, however, is convinced there are no fish in the River! The sites are level and the campground staff/hosts are very friendly. Nice shade in the sites. We would definitely camp here again. Reservations are recommended as this is a popular campground. You are about 10 minutes from Lake Havasu, and about the same from Parker. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a state park, we were disappointed in how close together the sites were as we felt like we were in a commercial park. Not sure why others thought they were roomy. There is a nice, though small, dog beach area. Ranger apparently likes to sing and presented an evening program at the amphitheater which is fine if you like that kind of music, but since everything is really close, we had to listen to two hours of "entertainment" whether we wanted to or not. We would not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Facilities are good, quiet, sites are fairly level. 30A E & W available. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Their reservation system is kind of screwy, I checked on-line to see if sites were available for the 3 days we were going to be there. There were a number showing as available that morning, but when we arrived 3 hours later they said they were gone. Best to make reservations, as we had to move after one night, apparently this is happening a lot. No Virgin mobile service, AT&T was fine. We would stay here again, but will make a reservation ahead of time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wow: super dog friendly and clean! They even have a small dog beach! We loved the peacefulness. We had a beautiful view of Lake Havasu. The hosts are great! We stayed 2 nights and will return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very quiet, peaceful, and attractive park. Not large but clean and well-kept with spotless restrooms. Fairly good big rig access for a state park with about eight long pull throughs (the rest are back-ins and suitable for smaller rigs). Friendly staff. Right on the lake and there is day-user boater activity but it caused no problems (although it was late in the year and not very busy). No Wi-Fi but I did receive good AT&T 3G access (surprising due to the remote location in a canyon). Overall just very restful, and we stayed an extra day. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you want a secluded park with easily accessible water sports (bring your own) and lake swimming, this is the place for you. Friendly staff, neighbors were quiet when we were there, but don't expect clean washrooms as they are used by the day visiting public. Overall, it was an OK overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park. The sites near the lake were closer but not too bad. #4 and #5 have views of the beach area. We took site #53 which was a bit more secluded and had an enormous flowering tree that the hummingbirds loved. Gambel quails, golden eagle and many bird varieties. As we are kayakers, we went to Bill Williams Wildlife refuge. It was outstanding. The rangers could not be more helpful and really seem to like their jobs. Checked out Lake Havasu City area and the London Bridge. Would visit here again in a heartbeat! We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a very clean, very convenient park with beautiful walking trails. So very quiet. It is a photographer's heaven. The sites are wide. Our only complaint is not their fault, no internet service on aircard and cell phone only on the beach. We will definitely make it a regular stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice state park. Not far off the highway, yet very quiet. Staff was super nice on check in. Large sites, some with trees. Very clean, pretty level. Wanted to have a campfire, but had big winds! We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We wish we could have stayed here longer. The setting and surrounding hiking is beautiful, the staff very helpful, the park is immaculate. Not sure how peaceful it would be in the warmer months when the boaters are using the launch ramp and the lakeside beach is hopping, etc. but in winter it was quiet and wonderful. Olive and lemon trees near our site were full and we were invited to harvest all we wanted from them, a nice bonus. An absolutely great park! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just came back from five nights, and were very impressed with this park - though it is what I have come to expect from Arizona State Parks. This is a clean, well run park. Great showers/bathrooms. Everyone was very friendly. We were there in some very rainy weather, and we needed to know what the weather would be like on the drive home. They looked up the information on the internet for us, and convinced us to stay another night. Lake Havasu City is an easy 10 miles drive. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a pleasant state park on the Colorado River. We picked our site, hooked up, then walked back to pay for it. We initially paid for two nights but later added an additional night because we liked it so much. Everyone was friendly. During our stay in early December, the park was only one quarter full. This is a water and electric hookup park. They have a dump station. Our site #48 was level and had medium size cottonwood trees on either side. Some sites were at a slight incline. Loops and sites are all paved with gravel everywhere else. There’s a combination of full sun to partial shade sites provided by small, medium and large trees. The park is long and narrow with the Colorado River at one end. There’s a 1.5 mile trail along the shore. It has a shorter loop off the main trail. You can also walk up to an overlook and over to the neighboring Sandpoint Marina RV Park. We enjoy this part of the Colorado River. On our next trip, we’ll probably explore the California side. We’ll definitely plan on returning to Cattail Cove the next time we’re on the Arizona side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an amazing state park! It was very clean and charming with great river access and hiking trails. The sites are huge, with picnic tables and fire rings/grills. The park rangers and camp hosts were very nice and helpful. We are staying here again on our way home - if they have space, as they don't take reservations. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is a real find. For those looking for tons of amenities and structure, pass it by. For RVers looking for scenic beauty, a relaxed and friendly environment with very adequate basic necessities, this will be your kind of park. The park has docks on Lake Havasu, a swimming beach, lots of hiking trails, fire pits, huge parking spaces, shade trees. Wildlife visits the park. We had a great time here. We will definitely come back when we pass that way again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful state park. Arizona has some bragging rights regarding their state parks, if this is a typical park. Has a wonderful host, clean camps and clean bathrooms. Would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This review & very poor rating is based on the complete lack of information from the caretakers of this state park. Our group separately phoned twice to verify location and availability. Directions were very poor, second, the park caretaker advised that there were "plenty of spots." When we arrived, it was packed full. Not a single spot to be had anywhere, so we ultimately had to trek next door to the Sandpoint (privately owned park.) I was very disappointed, and wrote a letter of complaint to the Arizona parks as well. There is no excuse for that kind of incompetence. Would never stay here or even try, since they are a first come first serve place, and their own employees haven't a clue whether you'll even have the chance at a spot. Sandpoint next door was great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with the start of trees. Large flat sites on the river. Nice place to camp and relax. There is a swimming area on the river and another State park about 2 miles west of this one. Bring your boat as they have a boat launch here. We will stop here again if we come through this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are having a very nice stay here at the park. We are due to leave on the 22nd. The rest rooms and showers are very clean as is the rest of the park. It is kept very neat. Park rangers are very friendly and helpful and the park host is very nice. We went to Twentynine Palms CA for three days and left our travel trailer parked on our site while we were gone. No problem it was just as we had left it. The only thing I have against the park is it is down in a hole along the Colorado river and it seems to take a long time for the rising sun to get to us down here in the hole. We would stay here again. It's a very nice place and just a quick drive to Lake Havasu City. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Big sites. Not level but easily doable. We were in the 'hole' below the long term area. Launching & retrieving antics of boaters provide great free entertainment especially on the weekends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For the last few years this is one of the few Arizona State Parks that allow long term camping beginning in November. Park usually full after the holidays. When the weather warms up in early Springs the motor boat and jet ski crowd increases, but in winter it is mostly a fishing boating group. Excellent campground for kayaking on Lake Havasu. This State park includes optional boat-in campsites for a separate fee. Nearest city is Lake Havasu City, 15 miles north on highway 95. All amenities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Only reason for not giving it a 10 is the lack of sewer hookups. We camped for a week over Christmas. Not the quietest place because it is very popular with the boating crowd. Staff was very friendly, attentive and very diligent about keeping showers and restrooms, and grounds, clean. Wonderful walk along the lake to the south, fantastic views. Nice large sites, not totally level but within tolerances for most. Warning--we're told it gets hard to get in there after about the first week in January, call first before you go! We had no problem with a December 23rd arrival. We loved it and plan on going back. Rate quoted is a winter special where you get 7 days camping for the price of 5 at $21 per day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park, close to the water and boat launch ramp with nice views. Easy in and out of the campground and sites were level and plenty big for our 30 ft class A. Nice hikes from the campground, easy drive to Lake Havasu City and the London Bridge. We liked it and would like to return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a typical older park but they keep it tidy. Sights are tight together. 30 amp only but we were OK as long as we watched what we were running at one time. Low water pressure a lot of the time. Roads and sites are a fine stone so didn't blow in the incessant wind. Rate is Coast-to-Coast. The stay was fine for us for a week to check out the area but would not stay for a long time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is older and sites are small, mostly back to back. Electric system is stressed to limit and kept tripping the post breaker. Moved to different site and only tripped it once, but had to keep an eye on the usage. Park is clean as are the restrooms and pool. Staff is friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects guest rate of my sister who is a member of CRA and was staying there. It is an OK park. All gravel. Never saw any grass anywhere. Some sites are small. Park is old and doesn't have 50 amp service which is hard to believe what with the Arizona heat. I was having trouble with our coach and it was going in for service on a Wednesday and we had to check out on Monday. Tried to stay 2 more days but the "rules" wouldn't allow it even though the park was only half full. Don't know that we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First, if you love KOA's don't stay here. KOA advertises this in their directory as a KOA, but it's only an "affiliation" to KOA and not what we, as KOA loyal campers expect. It's a private members RV park, and the folks camping there do not want KOA members - our neighbors were quite vocal about that! It is a decent park though if you are in a pinch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were surprised to see that this park is affiliated with KOA. This apparently does not make the park ( CRA ) member too happy. As Coast to Coast members we can stay for 10.00 per night for a max of 2 weeks. A week is enough. They do have a newer section across the road that people praise but C2C members won't get assigned there. Not sure why? Pool is small but adequate. People were friendly, Wi-Fi only available in the clubhouse. They have a grass area at the entrance that could be used as a dog walk but isn't. Instead you can walk the pets in a scrub area out a barbed wire fence behind the park. It's w/i 10 miles of London Bridge and shops but that's a 1/2 day viewing. Lots of snowbirds with golf and boating aplenty. Also lots of very warm days in Oct. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This could be the same campground as is listed under the name Lake Havasu RV Resort, but the name of the one I am reviewing is "Lake Havasu RV Park". This park has an old section on one side of the road and a new section on the other side. We enjoyed our stay here although we would have preferred a spot in the new section. Nice clean facilities and friendly staff. Club house and pool in the new section deserves a special mention. No road noise, no trains keeping you awake at night. It's off the beaten track and still only 10 minutes from London Bridge. We would definitely come here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice well kept park, friendly managment, only problem is with amount of dogs and no rules to
limit, seems that 1 dog per rig is enough, now everyone has to have 2,3 or more. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Many of the sites at this park offer lake views and some (North Beach, were I stayed) are only separated from the lake by the roadway. If you want to be almost on the water, you will not be disappointed at the North Beach sites. What you will be disappointed in though is the cleanliness of the sites and overall maintenance. Virtually every site's concrete patio is broken and cracked. Some, including ours, were missing huge areas of concrete, including in spots other than on the corners where RV's run over it. Our site was loaded with down palm tree limbs and lake vegetation, as were virtually every other North Beach site. We actually cleaned it up some before we occupied it. Our picnic table was okay, but many actually had numerous broken, rotted, or missing boards. TV reception over the air was excellent! WI-FI signal was excellent but costs extra. During our 4 night, 5 day stay, we didn't see any maintenance activity whatsoever (except dumping trash bins) on the North Beach, even though many sites emptied out on Sunday and could have easily been cleaned, raked, broken boards repaired, etc. I was with a group of other RVers and while we very much enjoyed the beach and lake, we all felt the park was overpriced considering the lack of maintenance and basic site cleaning, debris removal, garbage pickup, etc. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here a week and don't think we would come back. Restrooms were in horrible shape; broken door latches, old shower curtains, and certainly not clean. Laundry room is old and tired. Actually most of the park is old and tired. There are nicer parts but seem to be full timers with park models. I think the big draw for this place is the $370.00 - $470.00 monthly winter rate for snowbirders. The pads on the lake have no sewer, and you can pay for a pump out (monthly rates get 2 pumps a week at no charge). The electrical at our site didn't have full amperage, and we didn't want to use our microwave for fear of burning it out. I guess certain parts of the park have this issue. Our pad did not have a cement patio, just sand/dirt. So if you're looking for a cheap place to stay for a couple months on the lake this is it, but remember you get what you pay for. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Very large old park w/paved roads, sand/gravel mostly level open sites, most w/concrete patios. Easy access. Large rigs OK. Sites 50/30/20 elec & water & some sewer. Dump stations & pump out trucks. Several restrooms, average cleanliness, one is obnoxious. Maybe half mobile homes. Sites on top and tiered down sides of hills down to river, makes it interesting, not usual cookie-cutter rectangular park. Satellite good but terrain against hill might get in way at a few sites. Verizon Wireless cell is 4-bar Extended Network. Some have problems with dropped cell calls. Data is overloaded, poor connectivity during day, worked sporadically or not at all, except middle of night. We hear extra cost WiFi doesn’t work well. Believe it is not a park problem but rather the town is overloaded. Easy in/out, location very close to center of town, just over London Bridge & on edge of Colorado River make this a nice park. Gate staff friendly & helpful. Also has a few boat docks & canoe/kayak rentals. We stayed 2 weeks in North Beach section on edge of river. Looked at other RV parks, many extremely tight, very close to neighbor, few river views, comparable pricing. Havasu is a vacation & seasonal destination, Jan & Feb very busy & parks mostly full so reservations recommended. $35-40-48/night, weekly, monthly, yearly rates. Will come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location right on the lake. The grounds look very tired, Wi-Fi was $3 a night for 1 pc only, in this day and age where 90% of commercial campgrounds now offer free Wi-Fi they are behind the times. We had a lakeside site but at $40 with no cable and no sewer it is over-priced in my opinion. And they don't read their own reviews: they still placed 2 cheap stickers on my rig and car that I can't get off without having to go buy some solvent. A bit more effort would make this a great place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a typical desert campground. We stayed on a lake front lot. There is pumping service available on the lake front lots. The lake lots have GREAT views. The restrooms are old but kept very clean. The buildings and campground areas are not really taken care of. There is WiFi available for a fee that is mostly good, but slow at times. Will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is easy to get in and out of. There is lots of space at the entrance to park and get registered. Park staff did apply a sticker to both the motorhome and the towed as had been pointed out in an earlier review. When we left I asked the attendant to remove the stickers, which he did with no problems. The lake front sites are sandy gravel with a small concrete pad with a picnic table and space for a couple of chairs. The asphalt road ways are in good condition. The location feels safe, within easy walking distance of restaurants. We stayed one night and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for one night to see the London Bridge on our way to Yuma AZ. We camped near the lake, our site had water and power. This an OK park but I would not come back. The reason we won't come back is when we arrived in Yuma I noticed they put stickers on my pickup and 5th wheel with our site # and date of departure. The tags will have to scraped off with a razor blade. I have never had a campground do this in my 40 yrs of camping. I don't appreciate having my vehicle vandalized. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our third time staying here and we come here on our way south every year and stay here over New Year's Weekend. We love it because we get to camp backed into the water. The sites are a bit on the narrow side, however, we set up our rug and chairs behind the camper so we can look at the water. The place hasn't changed much year after year - we see many of the same seasonal campers here. We like it here because no one bothers us and it very peaceful on "The Point" where we stay. Our site rate also includes a boat dock space. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed her for a couple of nights to check out the Havasu City area. Found it to be a decent park on the island in Lake Havasu. Lots of sites on the water but don't have sewer hookups. The ones above do have full hookups. Its fairly clean and quiet but we were here in the summer with not many sites filled [108 degrees]. Utilities worked well. If it were not so hot we could have walked to a few restaurants but we chose to drive. Staff was nice and helpful. No shade but the gravel sites were fairly large and semi level. Not a bad park to see the City from. Plenty of areas to walk you dog and a nice view of the lake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed one night on our way home and it was neat to have a site right on the water and watch the big boats roar by. There are sewer sites but they are on top and not down by the lake. It is close to London Bridge and centrally located. It is noisy with boat traffic but fun for a few nights. We didn't use any of the facilities. The staff seemed nice. The service roads are paved but the pads are sand/gravel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Crazy Horse Campgrounds has the potential to be a great campground, but the management lacks any professionalism and it seems they do not care at all about rules, regulations or cleanliness. I would stay at Crazy Horse Campground again, but would certainly make sure it was not in their peak season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great views, very quiet, staff is accommodating. No Verizon service at all. Well water (really bad). Campgrounds was pretty clean considering that spring breaker just ended. Plenty of shopping & food in walking distance. I would return to this park. I planned on staying one week, but stated two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this place! We had a site right on the beach and we were backed right up to the water. We could launch our kayaks right from our site. The site was on a little cove with a light house and the sunsets were amazing. We stayed here over New Year's weekend and the park was quiet and well managed. There is also a 5 mile bike path by the entrance which we rode which was very nice. It was a little pricey, however, worth every penny and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Myself along with three other families camped here for three nights. When we arrived we found that the electrical hook ups were at 103 volts which would not run our AC units. This is not a good thing during July at Lake Havasu. When we notified the staff, they indicated it was a known problem and they probably should have notified us when we pulled in. Also, we were welcome to go to another campground(on July 4th, right). We ended up running our generators for 3 days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
This could be a wonderful park if they just would clean it up and enforce the rules. Lakeside sites have no sewer connections, cable or wifi. The view was wonderful. The more permanent residents have turned the park into a dump with things strewn all over the place. Too bad as the location is within walking distance to the London Bridge. The site was quite narrow but sort of standard. Cleaned up this could be a 10 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Most of the Sunbirds that stay here in the winter say "This could be a wonderful park because of the very friendly people that stay here if the management would just clean and fix up around the park. The management does not seem to enforce many park rules. If they would clean it up a bit it would be a great plus. Many sites have absolutely beautiful views of the lake and the great Arizona sunsets. Lakeside sites have no sewer connections but the park will come around and pump you out. Wi-Fi is iffy. There are many activities and I agree most of the people are very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The biggest plus about this RV Park is that it is the closest one to the London Bridge. It's about a half mile, which is walking distance for most people. When I inquired about rental cars at the gift shop/office, they recommended Hertz. When I told them I prefer Enterprise, they gave me funny (not happy) response. They also have a strange policy for their washer/dryer tokens. What ever tokens you have left over upon your departure, their are no refunds. I guess they figure you can use them next time. Overall, the park was very average. It's a decent park, if a little rough around the edges. I would stay at this park again, if only to use up the 6 laundry tokens I still have. :) We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
Big rigs have a hard time parking. 3 of our neighbors had to move their toads and trucks for us to get our rig in. Just not enough space between campsites, and the road around the campground is very narrow. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this park. We camped on "the point". Very family orientated area. We had a nice private beach in front of us and boat docks too. We camped here on a busy weekend and had no problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Do you like motorcycles ,mini bikes, gas gulf carts, boats, atvs, and non stop traffic then you will love Crazy horse campground. Nice setting on the lake but no sewer hook ups or cable on the lake. Wifi is $30 a month. Stayed there a month. Great bike path across the road. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our site was in the North Beach section, with a beautiful view of the lake and mountains. The site itself was OK, no complaints. The restrooms were filthy, and looked like they had not been thoroughly cleaned in a long time. Many of the shower + toilet stalls have been vandalized (broken hinges, loose knobs, bent metal walls), and they look like no repairs had been attempted. There were some very shady-looking men around the full-time junker campers, but I didn't feel unsafe while my wife and walked around the camp. This park is in a wonderful setting, and at one time the facilities were probably nice, but a camp that does not repair broken restrooms is not somewhere we will stay at again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
You can tell that this park gets considerable traffic in the popular months. It seems a bit tired and somewhat trashy. We had trouble telling where our site was (water front sites) and the pedestal numbering was confusing. That said, the off season was good for a visit. The park was quiet. Check-in staff seemed a bit stand-offish and she couldn't tell us which sticker went on which vehicle. By the way - it takes a lot to get those site stickers off! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Closest to the bridge. The snowbirds take this place over and are not very open to us traveling through. Nice hot tub and great Wi-Fi service. The lake sites have great views but no sewer. All parks in LHC seem way over priced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped right on the beach in a pull-through site with electric and water. Had to disconnect and go up to the "top" in order to use the dump station but we didn't care. We loved our location by the water! Restrooms were too far away for us to use but again, we didn't care. Loved it here!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Attempted to stay at Crazy Horse Campgrounds, Lake Havasu City, Az with my husband and 8 year old son. Upon arrival we noticed some very dubious looking characters hanging around, then when we got to our campsite, we noticed about 4 other dishonest looking individuals sitting on picnic tables watching us setup. We left our rig for about 5 minutes, when we came back these individuals were walking around our rig. We went inside and went to bed, my husband later got up as he had heard something outside, someone was standing outside our door. We immediately got up, packed and left. We didn't feel safe there. We had driven over 5 hours from California and we drove another 5 hours to get home, this was over Memorial Weekend so we felt we would have no luck finding another spot to camp. It felt good to get home. This is not a place for families. Don't stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects fees for two dogs. Paved roads and sites. About 10' separates the sites. Good WiFi, Verizon internet spotty, phones good. Very clean, friendly staff, great common room. Water view if you get at the upper area. All but a few sites pull thru. Very good cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is relatively new, clean and attractive. The roads and sites are paved; the space between sites is gravel (this is a desert, after all). There could be a bit more landscaping, but the entire city has only relatively sparse vegetation except near the lake. Contrary to what some other reviews state, the space between sites is not small by private CG standards, particularly in resort areas. The price cited is for cash with a weekly rate; prices are high in this resort town and this park is one of the least expensive. The person at the front desk was nice over the phone and in person; that was not the case with some other parks in this town. The Wi-Fi is decent and free which is good because the Verizon service is Extended Area and is not great. There is a view of the lake from the clubhouse end of the park and, although it is close the highway, the road noise is not at all bad. Some people have complained about the park's rules; to me they don't seem any different than most other parks. They ask you not to wash your own RV or car at your site; personally, I don't see that as a great hardship for anyone. You can hire a wash service if you wish. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an overpriced park. It is basically a parking lot with a few amenities. The spaces are large enough and it was quite clean. The electric was fine. The internet when it worked was fine but it did not work much at all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is fairy new and one would think and expect a design and layout that would complement the current trends for RV travelers and their rigs. That expectation fell far short. Using the term resort in most cases is an assumption and may be miss leading but that’s a whole another discussion that needs to be addressed, but not today. Our disappointment is with the size and layout of the sites being extremely too narrow and close. Simply take a look at the campground web site and picture gallery, which I wished I had done in advance. Secondly, there should be a more tolerate understanding by management about the need to rinsing off the bugs before they hardened onto the front of the bus. As I was in the process of doing this when the management told me I could not, and to contact someone outside to come and wash the bus. I’m sorry management fails to appreciate the concern of its guest. Whether it’s a $10K trailer or $1m coach, I still need to protect that investment with clean up on the spot. Waiting for a slot 1-3 days out ($110 wash only) for someone to come wash the RV that meets with managements approval, is not in the travelers best interest. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park, level pads and nice pool, club room and clean restrooms. However, the new owner is a bit of a "my way or the Hwy" guy. He has cameras installed everywhere, really makes you feel welcome. The sewer smell was horrible and we asked to be moved, it actually makes you sick to the tummy, we were told "no, your site is your site". We left to find another park. The new pricing is a little above what this park is worth. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had an exceptionally level & clean site with 50-amp full hook-up. The park was very well-maintained, showers & restrooms were clean, and everything had a nice, "resort-like" feel. The pool was a welcome oasis after long, hot days exploring the area! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Concrete pads. Not a tree in sight. Management was very nice and helpful. The easiest hookups we've had in any park. Took less that 2 minutes to hook everything up as they are all right together. We would definitely stay here again. A little pricey and there are no discounts except for paying by cash or check. They were less then half full when we stayed there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice area but very close site , all packed into parking lot style slots.The club house,with exercise room and poo,l was nice.The weight machine kept breaking down and the constant reek of sewer gas prompted us to seek another RV park.The internet signal is so weak you have to go to the office (that reeked of cigarette smoke), or the clubhouse. The view from the west end of the park is beautiful, if you can stand the sewer gas smell.The prices at Lake Havasu City cafes and clubs are higher than most cities of that size, but the locals are very friendly and always seem to have a pleasant word for you. Plenty of shopping and tourist type shops. If you like desert hiking, this is a great destination as there are 100's of trails. You can see wildlife close up and look for gold and precious stones at will. Desert vehicles can be rented by the hour or day, but are expensive.The state parks are GREAT for hiking. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is like a large parking lot with gravel and cement. They desperately need some additional trees, even on the edges of the park. Office was very friendly, and they escorted you to a site.Choice lake view spots taken by long term yearly campers. Water pressure was very poor. Also there was a strong sewer odor when wind blows wrong direction. Campers very clicky and seem to know one another from year to year. Stayed for 2 weeks. Would not return for short stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is clean, new, has a nice clubhouse, and pool. However, the sites are very close together. This RV Park is more like a cement parking lot. With our slides out and the neighbors slides out there was just enough room for the picnic table. Good for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, well maintained and well laid out, level concrete pad, only 50 foot long, too short for our coach and towed. Overall we felt it was a giant concrete parking lot and much too tight all around. Not a blade of grass in sight and no trees, so no shade at all. Has a partial view over the lake, a picnic table, small pool, pet walk with pet relief pens and pick up bags. There are big stores and restaurants close by. Has spotless bathrooms and good laundry. Wi-Fi only available at the office. Fine for a one night stopover, and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have been RVing for 40 years and this park's customer service is clearly the best of any other park we have stayed at. The staff are very very friendly and willing to help with anything. Several of the RVers in the park had issues with their rigs over the month we stayed there and the staff was there to help if anyone asked. In fact they would drive by and always ask if there was a way they could be of help. When they had time they delivered mail to our rig, which was a quite a ways from the office. Also we had an issue come up with an item that might be delivered in the mail after we left the park and they were very willing to work with us. The park is clean and well maintained. The concrete pads are perfectly level. I have only one complaint. They don't allow washing of rigs in the park. They do have a company that will wash your rig, but I have had damage done to my rig so I'm the only one that will wash and wax my rig. I was able to confirm this is a water cost issue, so I believe they should offer the ability to pay a reasonable fee to wash your own rig. We stayed for the month of October, and their monthly rate was reasonable for the area. We will definitely stay at this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Extremely friendly staff, they are constantly roaming around to make sure every thing is ok with you. Several times they even dropped off a newspaper. Weekly rate is 7 nights for 6 night's fee. This is our fourth time staying here, and will come back again. The park is basically a gravel and concrete parking lot with good RV hookups, but there is an excellent clubhouse and pool. This time of the year, the park is only one-third full and not many activities planned by the park or the guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our two day stay was outstanding. This is a first class park and staff. We used the laundry facilities and they were outstanding. The roads and campsites are excellent, and the park is well maintained. Many sites have a view of the lake from atop of the hill. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy, well marked access off Hwy 95. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Spaces are very close-parking lot, with hookups. Paved pads with paved interior roads: easy to maneuver in the park. Each space has a picnic table with gravel between the close spaces. The 30 amp circuit at my space did not work but I could use the 110 circuit. Nice view of Lake Havasu and close to stores, etc. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We moved from another campground to this one. Great staff and the campers were warm and welcoming. Internet only works in the club house. Spots were small but the park is very well kept. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very narrow sites! Clean all concrete and gravel areas. Hwy 95 noise was bothersome! Not much of an area to walk pets. Very expensive for what you get. No Good Sam Discount, will not stay here again. Was the most expensive RV park on our trip and was not the best!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pleasant staff on check-in and sites were pavement with gravel next to them. No grass and sites are very narrow with no privacy. Pavement site we stayed in was level. The WiFi they have is not accessable unless you go into the clubhouse. Our Verizon wireless cards barely worked and constantly disconnected. According to some guests we talked to, the management doesn't want to spend any money to put a WiFi antenna outside. In this day and age, a park without good WiFi will lose many returning customers who depend on the WiFi for business and staying in touch. The cable TV had a great selection of channels. The laundry facilities were very clean. I would stay here for a short stay but nothing long term due to the WiFi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean, neat park, but certainly lacks a campground ambiance. Sites are level with gravel and cement with picnic tables, but no shrubbery or privacy, exacerbated by a fair amount of traffic through the park as well. The rules forbid vehicle washing but a commercial RV detailing outfit often started working (and noise) at 8 a.m. The Wi-Fi worked for us only when there were a significant number of vacant spots, which was very frustrating. Reception was location dependent, although one resident reported that this is being worked on. We ended up downloading news and checking our mail at the clubhouse. We would stay at this park for a night or two, but not for a lengthy layover. The rate given reflects the weekly rate we paid. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly front office staff. This park is very neat and tidy. The sites are level with gravel area for your patio. They are somewhat close together, but very manageable. We were looking for a spot for 4 nights and glad that we found this one. If in the Lake Havasu area, we would stay here again. They have a dog walk area as well as several fenced enclosures for "leashless" exercise. There is no shade except what you can manufacture with awnings, but then I didn't come down here for shade. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you're looking for a tree shaded park near the water, this is not it. This park is located high above the water and offers lake views from sites 103 through 129 (back-ins). There are many nice mountain views from most sites. They have a nice, albeit small, clubhouse with a water view from the pool. This park is super clean, with paved roads, concrete level pads, and gravel - not grass patio areas. The pull-through sites are too narrow and too short for a big rig and tow vehicle, hence you have to park your toad on the gravel patio. It's about 3 miles from town, but very easy access in and out. What we really liked was the absence of full-timers like some of the parks in Lake Havasu; it seemed to be a daily/weekly/monthly/ park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is primarily a park model and permanent site sales resort with a few sites for monthly and overnighters. WiFi is no longer available even though their website says it is. They are a bit snobby with a prohibition on RVs older than 10 years. They put overnighters alongside a busy truck route. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, clean RV park. It is all RV'ers, no park models, and everyone was very, very friendly. There are a lot of regulars who return to the park year after year. The facilities were spotless. RV's are parked on level, concrete pads with gravel areas between the sites. There are no trees at all so there is not much in the way of privacy between any of the sites - it's pretty much concrete and gravel! There is a very nice, heated swimming pool - but, no hot tub. My only complaint about the park was their wifi reception - it was plain lousy! It only worked in the clubhouse or the office. I was upset about this as I had been told that wifi was available throughout the park - not true. Apparently, it has always been like this and they do not appear to have any any plans to change it. We had a 2 week reservation and stay here, if we were only staying a night, the wifi issue would not have been a big deal. However, simply because of the wifi situation, we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for a month for about $470, including electricity. Very clean park. Well run. Great facilities. Nice pool, pool table, many outside games. Sites have concrete pads, but not quite long enough for your big rig and toad (park toad between rigs on the gravel). Sites are really close. You will get to know your neighbors very well. Fair wifi signal. I would give it a higher rating if there was more room between rigs and a better place to park my toad. Just enough room for my awning, that is it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large expanse of desert gravel with concrete pads for RVs. No shade and sites are close together. WiFi was very weak and barely usable. Nothing special for the steep overnight rate. We'll pass on this park next time we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New, very clean and well-maintained. Large sites with concrete pads. Pleasant couple managing the park. Not much character since it feels like a rather barren southwest US suburban neighborhood. Apropos for Lake Havasu City and great if you like the area. Good place for a couple of nights if you need to get caught up on laundry and fill the pantry. Note that sites are individually owned and operated by RV resort management company. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Looks like a newer CG, located right on AZ 95 on the north end of town. Very clean everything! Big sites, easy access roads, and nice management. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a gorgeous new park, Phase 1 was just completed in mid 2004, and it is one of the best parks we've stayed in. Lots are large, landscaping is professionally designed, clubhouse is beautiful, staff is friendly and helpful and all facilities are spotless. Garbage is picked up at the curb each morning. RV's have to be a minimum or 25' and no more than 10 years old. No tent trailers, truck campers, van conversions or tent camping allowed. We were told that Pull-Through sites will be available in Phase 2 which is expected in January, 2006. First cabin all the way and we recommend it highly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This appears to be a very new park with great facilities, paved sites and clean river rock
all around the park. This would be a great park in the winter with more moderate temperatures, but it was 111 deg when we arrived and there is absolutely no shade or trees in the resort. We had planned on staying two nights on our way through to Sedona to visit our Daughter and her family, but it was just to hot for comfort. We left at 6:15 in the morning and the temp was already 92 deg. Also there is no one at the office during the summer afternoons, office closes at noon. I would recommend this park to anyone however. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This is a moderate upscale park that is perfect for the fulltime RVer. The people here are nice and friendly. We are staying here during my 13-week travel nursing assignment, and even found another family here who are doing travel nursing and home school. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 1 / 10 ]
No one was there to greet us when we arrived, so after an hour of phone calls we just picked a spot. After we were in bed, we found out that the airport is just next door. Early the next morning we were signed in and taken to a new spot. After getting setup, we inquired about the pool, hot tub, showers, and laundry. No amenities available, but we did have a nice small palm tree on top of a wind blown hill. Even though our 8 year trailer was approved by the manager, unless you own a brand new quarter million dollar rig, you are treated like scum by the residents. We stayed one night and then left. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone, except maybe Bill Gates. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
New owners in Sept 2003. Very clean paved sites, view of Lake Havasu and mountains.
Quiet location even though it is right on Hwy 95. Staff is very friendly & nice. Monthly rates $390, phone $10 per mo. Club house has pool table, foos ball, dart board, big screen TV, jukebox, craft/puzzle room, card room & room for group get togethers. We were going to only stay for a week & have decided to stay for the winter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a months stay. Park is several miles north of the city but there is a Walmart and mall nearby. Monthly rental fee seems unreasonably high for the services rendered. The park is very clean and looks very nice, but the sites are mostly privately owned and there are a lot of casita's being built with all the accompanying noise. The office staff are primarily concerned with the lot owners and do not show much interest in serving the interests and needs of the short term camper. The Wi-Fi is hard to access, slow and unreliable. The website advertises that they offer cable TV, however that is only at a very few sites and there's no cost reduction for the sites without cable. Line Dancing, walking, pool exercises,etc all scheduled at the same time of day. The park is situated higher up the sidehill than most other campsites in the area and the strong winds never quit blowing. The lots on the perimeter of the park tend to be the windiest, you usually aren't able to put out your awning or leave a chair unattended. Best sites are those where your door faces uphill so your own unit will provide you with some protection from the elements. If you choose to stay here but don't have a reservation, make sure you arrive early and don't phone or arrive close to quitting time as the receptionists are famous for telling folks that the park is full (even when there are plenty of empty sites) so they can close the office. RV units must not be older than 10 years. The facilities are well maintained and very clean, but we wouldn't consider staying here again unless able to rent a space directly from a lot owner rather than through the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects weekly rate. Stayed here a week. Park is nice, but mainly a lot owner resort, which seems to be the focus of the office. Very windy, weren't able to sit outside the entire week and were advised by longer term neighbors that the strong winds are normal. They have activities but for some reason they are mostly scheduled at the same time.. Pools and bathrooms very clean. Cable is only at a very few sites and office is not accommodating to give you a cable site. Internet access is sporadic at best; too many people trying to get on I guess, frustrating. We would not stay here again unless we were able to rent a spot directly from a lot owner. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park overall. The space we stayed in was very large. The park is one that you can purchase a site and put any improvements on that you wish, such as a casita or garage, etc. Supposedly you can contact the owner of one of the sites and rent from them directly, but we were unable to find one available. Apparently, most people who do this, stay one to three months at a time and you need to secure your rental a year in advance. The WiFi was one of the major problems. You are only allowed one mobile device on the WiFi at once and it was extremely slow, if it worked at all. The people in the office were very nice and they do have a lot of activities if you wish to participate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites in this park are average sized, not really spacious. All have concrete pads with gravel around it. Unfortunately our site was sloping to one side. A little palm tree comes with the site, but there is no shade and no (zero) privacy. Lots of the owners have put up casitas for storage or living in and some additional greenery. The park overall is very clean and well maintained. It is pretty quiet, the nearby airport doesn't bother during night time. The storage facility across the street was a greater issue. Every site has one (!) access to Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi itself has a strong signal, but works most of the time extremely slowly and drops out. It is a known issue. The price we paid reflects the weekly rate. Overall the value for money is bad and we will not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean and well maintained ownership resort, helpful and friendly at check in. The road is paved and there is a security gate from 5pm onwards each night. The concrete pad is level with a front drive in, big rig access is good. It was quiet when we were here, but it's very popular with snowbirds, so could get crowded and noisy. Plenty of space around the RV but not a lot of privacy, no shade trees, grass or picnic table, however the landscaping around the resort is lovely with palm trees, shrubs and colorful plants. Some of the sites have patio furniture, fireplace and barbecue, ours did not. The view from our RV is onto the pool, patio, spa and small putting green. The bathrooms are large and spotless, and the laundry is clean and well equipped. We would have appreciated a small dog walk, as there really is nowhere to walk a dog, and the long list of pet rules seems a little aggressive, however, there are pick up bags available. Trash is collected daily from your site. WiFi and cell are good. There are food stores and restaurants close by, Wal-Mart and Lowe's are just down the road and plenty of sightseeing in the area. The entry road to the resort was a little rough and the signage to the resort was very poor, we only saw one tiny blue sign on the main road. There was no lighting to the entrance at night, making it a little difficult to turn safely into the security gate area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean well maintained ownership style park. At this time of the year it was mostly empty. Some really nice sites here. All sites are cement pads. Good power, AT&T worked well, friendly staff. It's a little overpriced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 3 months night rate reflects monthly rate. This park is very clean, sites are level and large. There are winter activities. Even though this is an owner park everyone was very friendly. Restrooms, showers, and laundry was always clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nightly rate reflects a weeks stay. Very nice condo/RV park with all of the amenities. Everything is sparkling clean. This is a top notch park and I would give it a 10 except for the low voltage we were experiencing on lot # 11 during our stay. We have a digital voltage readout meter inside our unit and frequently it would dip down to 106/107 VAC. That would be with just the hot water heater and the refrigerator running. We were plugged in to the 50 amp service. That is just ridiculous for a place like this to have a low voltage situation unless it is just on lot #11? Other than that our stay here was marvelous. Lot #11 is an owned lot and it did not have cable TV which definitely presented a problem. The antenna will pick up TV stations, but would frequently just drop the signal. If you are going to rent a site here, try to get one that has cable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for a little over a week, visiting with friends who are spending the winter here. We rented a owned lot near our friends. It is a beautiful park with a lot of activities. We were here for New Year’s Eve and attended a dinner and dance at one of the clubhouses. A lot of friendly folks who made us feel welcome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park which has lots for sale, but also rents them out. We had a site in the section near the main pool and spa behind the office and clubhouse. This seems to be the best location, with other sites not very interesting. Nice place to rest and read a book, but other than the London Bridge and golf, there is not much to do in the area. Very clean showers, toilets and laundry. Sites have plenty of room for RV and toad, but there are no picnic tables. Quiet, peaceful location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a site owned park that still has many sites available for purchase. The owner owned sites and the unsold sites are rented as available. The sites will vary in their amenities, whether it is privately owned or is just the cement pad provided by the builder. Site selection may be critical, our site #41 had an East facing exposure to the morning sun. Even in October the early sun made it nearly impossible to be outside in the early morning. The facilities like the pool and spa are new and well maintained. However, one issue we had was that the pool was never uncovered until after 10 AM, making a early swim out of the question. Also the fitness room remained locked until late in the day on Sunday. One significant rule to be aware of is the requirements for RV's admitted into the park. Their rules state RV's must be no older than 10 years old, and must be at least 25' long. I saw Class A rigs and longer 5th Wheels in the park. There is no road noise, but there is an air strip near by and small planes routinely fly over the park. The park is gated and a code is necessary after dark. Much of the landscape is rock, save a few small patches of grass. this is an adult oriented park with not a lot of amenities for kids. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As for a nightly rate we don't really know as we were guests of a party with an extra lot and we used it. The facilities are gorgeous. We were very pleased at the cleanliness and view we had. We looked at the pools, exercise room, community halls and the office area. They were all very, very nice. This is a 'gated' community and private: the entry area is very pretty/clean. The RV park is close enough to town for all activities and far enough out to be quiet and private. We WILL stay here again definitely. (We have plans for next Spring 2012 already.) You can call the Office and arrange for rental. Your rig and vehicle will sit on a concrete pad and is clean! We liked it a lot!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very large, tidy RV resort. Sites are wide and spacious. Staff friendly. Secure site with gate. Large swimming pool and spa near reception along with a putting green and other activities, another pool and spa by exercise room and clubhouse. Wi-Fi very good. They have cable TV at some sites. The resort is close to shops, restaurants and London Bridge. We found the resort to be very quiet and relaxing when we were here in May. We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is expensive, but worth it in my book, at least compared to the other places in town. It is an owner park, but there is a lot of rental space. There are not a bunch fulltime residents; it is mostly snowbirds. The sites are huge. Most all of them are concrete and some have nice little casitas with an outdoor kitchen. The accommodations are very nice and everything was spotless. The management seems to be on the ball. The one thing that rather bugged me was they didn't have recycling. Sites in the green belt are the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are two parts to this park. One is a member area, the other is the guest area. Stayed in CRA member area. Sites were "stepped" and a little unlevel. All gravel. Back of park had a watertower that hummed continually. Clubhouse was decent. Meals were served in clubhouse on weekends, decent food, and a lot of fun. Showers were clean. Pool was clean, but it could have used some desert landscaping in garden area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. The site we had was double concrete so the 5th wheel and patio was nice and clean. The space between sites is excellent. The roads are all paved and the facilities are excellent. The Wi-Fi came and went as well as the Verizon card we have but it was manageable. The cable was great also. The hookups were well located and first rate. They sell lots here so they offer the best. It was a great value as they had a 20% discount while we were there. We will stay there again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park was outstanding from an amenities perspective with the exception of the internet not being functional. Large spots and very well kept. Our only downside was this is an owner’s park and it seems the owners really don’t mix with the renters at all so you don’t feel overly welcome. Check in staff was very nice but we would suggest someone take new comers to their spots and helps them back in because the location of the hook ups are hard to see. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best RV park we have ever stayed at. Each site is individually owned. The sites that are rented out are spartan but have a large concrete, level pad and a big patch of gravel. We parked on the gravel and used the pad to set the chairs on. Hookups were excellent and cable TV worked great. Wi-Fi was weak, at best, but as the office staff explained, most of the owners provide their own internet capability. The AT&T air card worked good however. The clubhouse did have Wi-Fi and nice sofas and chairs to set in. There was a workout room in the clubhouse that was well provisioned. Shower rooms were large and immaculate. Each clubhouse had several shower rooms as well as just bathrooms. Each was a private, lockable room for privacy. Also at the clubhouse was a large kitchen for the guests to use as well as a coin operated laundromat. Given the location it was not surprising that there was little in the way of grass for the pups to use but the park was large enough that we were able to walk them on a different walk each day. The park does have puppy "deposit" stations with pickup bags to restock your pocket with. It was a short 2 mile drive to a new Super center as well as several restaurants. Overall we loved this park and are making plans to come back for a longer stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the best park we have ever stayed in! The staff is super friendly, the people in the park are super friendly, the cleanliness is second to none; the bathrooms and showers are kept meticulously clean. They also have garbage pickup daily as well as complimentary dog waste bags and stations. There are 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, putting green, horseshoes, exercise rooms, laundry and access to the desert for off-road use. It is close to town and the Wal-Mart and JC Penney shopping center. The park is quiet, clean and gives you the resort feel. There are activities everyone is allowed to participate in; this is an owner park. We stayed here for 2 weeks and received a 20% discount by staying on the unsold lots in the park. We will be back here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came here after a month of dry camping in the desert and it sure was nice to have full hookups. This place is mostly owner occupied, or owned and rented out. The management is friendly and helpful. Our rate reflects the weekly rate. We were going to stay one week and stayed almost two and would have stayed longer if time allowed. Many sites are just cement and gravel and many have upgrades (all very well maintained). Everyone was friendly, the weather spectacular. Yes, it is near a small airport but we enjoyed watching the planes, we were here during the annual pyrotechnic convention and there were lots of small Lear Jets landing and taking off. We never heard any air traffic late at night. Our space backed up to a wash so it was really nice to be able to walk the dogs there. The resort is on the northern end of town and there is a new shopping mall nearby with a big Wal-Mart. There were very few children since most of the folks here were snowbirds, but I think they would have been welcome. I would have rated higher if Wi-Fi was not so flakey. Our spot had no cable either (some do), but we got good reception with our satellite dish. We will definitely be back when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate of $22 reflects our stay of 30 days for $650. The park is very clean with garbage pickup daily. We were disappointed with the lack of amenities at the park making it difficult to meet people. The pools, gym, and halls were closed when management went home at 6:00 p.m., unless there was a pre-scheduled activity such as line dancing. The pool near the activity center was only open twice during the day and was too cold to enjoy. Wireless internet was available at the activity center but not throughout the park as we were told, which appears to be an ongoing problem. The gym needs to be updated, a ceiling fan installed, as the equipment appears to have been acquired from a Pace bankruptcy. We enjoyed the Lake Havasu area, spending most of our days 4 wheeling and hiking in the washes and hills. We will not come back to this park as we do not feel we received value for our money. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the nicest parks we've ever stayed at. Most of the sites are owned by snowbirds, we're told. Some are in the rental pool. The park borders BLM land, and so is great for those wanting to explore using jeeps or ATVs, which can be rented in town and driven over. Wi-Fi was a bit weak where we were, but this review is being written using it. Landscaping is "desert" nice. Roads are all paved, and well laid out with plenty of room for big rigs (we tow our 36' Teton with a semi-tractor). Power and water pressure are excellent. Nothing to walk to except a Lowe's. The resort is at the Northern edge of town, a few miles from the lake. The park, like the city, is very friendly. We have two kids here and were the only ones, but everyone was friendly toward us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an owner park that is clean and nicely landscaped but it did have its down sides. The owners have definite cliques and aren't very welcoming to the guests. Almost everyone had one or two dogs and many owners do not control their barking. The park also seems to have become a haven for ATVers who continually drive around the park in their noisy rigs. We probably will not come back here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came in on a five night 'tour special' as this is an ownership park. It is a very nice park with paved streets and everyday garbage pick-up at your site. It was very laid back and no pressure to purchase (which we did not). The owners we met were very friendly and welcoming. We were in a 70' pull-through site and parked our car on the concrete pad. (Coach and trailer were parked on gravel.) It is very close to the new shopping center and only five miles from the center of LHC. The one negative we saw was the airport is directly north of the park and the planes land right over the sites on the east side of the park. Right now, not many planes land there but that could change in the future. We found LHC to far from any major cities (Las Vegas being the closest at 150 miles) for our needs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed at this park for the winter months of the past two years and consider this to be the finest RV park in the Lake Havasu area. The lots are owner owned, however, there are several placed in a rental pool for those who do not wish to own. It is indeed pricey; however, the facility is maintained in an excellent manner and is well managed with a friendly staff. Pets are allowed, however, they must be kept on leash, picked up after and dogs are not allowed to be left alone or continually bark. The wi-fi at the clubhouse works very well and on-site activities are mainly attended by lot owners. My only complaint is the negative attitude of some lot owners to renters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For $55 per night, you get to park on gravel, you do not get cable and no Wi-Fi at your site. They lost our online reservations and it took about 20 minutes for them to decide where they could park us. The excuse was the place is under new management. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thought this was a misleading ad on the internet as Havasu RV Resort is basically a LOT ownership park, not an RV/campsite overnight park. If you're interested in an ownership-type park, it's OK; but for the typical RV/motorhome type camping for day/week/month stays, this place is not where you want to be. WiFi is ONLY available INSIDE the office during office hours and limited on weekends. As you can see, we were not happy campers at this facility, but at $50/night we have learned to ask more specific questions. To the office mgr's credit, we were refunded 2 of the 3 nights we were there as we made it very clear we were not happy. As a suggestion, the owners of the park should listen to their staff who DO listen to the patrons. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Stayed here under the "5 nights free" program. The sales pitch was not high pressure, and in fact informative. This is a nice place, big sites, no shade but great satellite coverage. No Wi-Fi, but I have my own. Nice pool, hot tub and rec rooms. I might even consider buying into this place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a lovely desert resort--meaning that it is a lot of gravel and few/no trees. But, people have to understand the desert and not give bad ratings to parks because of it. The park is expensive, the rate shown is Passport America--with an $8/day electric charge. But, being summertime with temperatures around 110 - 115 during the day, the AC runs constantly. Of course, being summer, the park is empty. This is with lots for sale--prices are reasonable for the area, much less expensive than many similar places. We have been here before, and will return frequently. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice park. Ultra clean and the staff was extremely nice. We stayed here using Passport America and saved half so it would have been about $55.00 per night including taxes. If you want to purchase a site, the cheapest they had was in excess of $80,000. Ouch! The pool and club house were excellent. We stayed here in late June so it was extremely hot, 113 degrees. No electricity problems during our 5 night stay. Most of the snowbirds were gone so we had the park almost exclusively to ourselves. The staff even offered to give a free night. Very nice people. I can't say enough good things about the resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground, it's clean and well kept. They didn't have Wi-Fi for some reason. The cable channels were nice to have. The clubhouse was full all the time with the regulars. If you want to use some of the items in the clubhouse, you will be out of luck. The regulars just take over the place. If you are in your 50's or not part of the "Group" you will be disappointed. The snowbirds here were not friendly, they have these little groups or clicks. My wife says it's just like high school. If you are new and younger, forget about it. The resort staff is not friendly. I guess we expect too much, hoping people would be more open and friendly. If you are a social person, good luck in this park. If you are traveling through and don't want to talk with anyone else, this is the park for you. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice resort. It is an owner park, with some sites not yet sold, so they are for rent. If you check the website, you can get a certificate for 5 free nights, which we are using. There was no sales presentation because the sales manager was out of town, but I have been told by others that it is very low key and no pressure. The resort is spotless, it is quiet, overall very pleasant. The sites are very large and level. You are permitted to walk the dogs in the wash behind a row of rigs if you don't want to go outside of the resort. Being desert, the area is all gravel, and my dog is very tiny and cannot walk on the gravel. I did find a little patch of dirt for her to use. There are a couple of rows that will be for Class A coaches only, the rest mixed use for trailers, 5ers, or coaches. There are a couple of park models. Rigs must be no older than 10 years and in good condition. It is not designed for overnighters. As the resort matures, I think it will be a first class place. You just have to remember that this is the desert and you will not have grass, shade trees, etc. Also, remember, that temperatures will reach 115 or so during the summer months. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. The best we have stayed in while in Arizona. Big sites, level, big rig friendly, member owned and sites are rented. Nice laundry area, Wi-Fi worked OK but it's $3.95 a day. No cable TV but decent reception on the antenna. Pool and hot tub where empty for work while we where here. Funny time considering the height of snow bird season. Nice and quiet. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well, we had a "free" night since we had gone through the sales presentation and were planning to put down our deposit that weekend. We totally concur with the last reviewer about the noise and pet issue. Our pets are very important to us. For $70K, the place really should have a first class dog run/park. Perhaps other parks (especially those actually close to the lake!) will go the sales route. For now, we will save our $$. We won't be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
While this is a beautiful "condo" ownership RV resort, our 2 nights there were less than ideal. We had reservations which we had hoped would give us a decent site, but they stuck us in a site right next to the trailer they use as a sales office for the new sites they are currently building out. Yes, it was a concrete pad with full hookups, but it was perched on a slight hill. A bit challenging disconnecting the toad since it was on a slope downhill, the area the coach was positioned on was level though the level part was just long enough for the coach, so the toad hung off the back on a downward slope. They do not have cable TV, which we were led to believe that they did. However, we were able to get several local channels using the antenna. WiFi is available, but at an extra fee, $4 a day. We were led to believe it was free when we booked our reservation. But, the main negative was the construction noise, which started at 7 am, although their rules state quiet hours are 10 pm to 8 am, apparently it doesn't apply to their own workers and contractors. Right across the street from our site they were bulldozing, trenching, etc. putting in new sites. And, right behind us contractors were building a new Casita for someone on another site. They all started at about 7 am, with the air compressors, nail guns, "beep beep" of the bulldozers going back and forth leveling the dirt, etc. It was ridiculous. The other big negative, as others have stated, is the overly restrictive dog rules. In addition to all the other negatives of our site, it was over 2 blocks from the entrance, where you are required to take your dog out and onto the street, it's not a very busy road luckily. There is no dog walking allowed in the park per the rules - only to get your dog from your RV to outside the entrance gate on the road. While we are fanatical about carrying bags and picking up after our dog, I know some pet owners are not as respectful, so they ruin it for everyone else. It's a shame, but I'm sure that's why this park has such restrictive rules on pets. Naturally, our dog didn't know he had to wait until we cleared the entrance gate before he could do his business. Fortunately, we did not encounter any "dog police" and we picked up and disposed of his droppings immediately. We did see many other people walking their dogs out to the road. I guess as long as you're making the effort to get the dog out to the street, and you pick up after him immediately if he doesn't make it, they won't evict you. We will not stay here again due to the early morning construction noise, and the hassles with walking the dog. But, I'm sure once all the sites are built out in this condo resort, the construction noise will diminish. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park and would be wonderful in the winter but when the temperatures are in the 120's it's difficult to appreciate. However, the staff were very friendly and the facilities were clean and attractive. We plan on staying there again, when its cooler. Considering the park was almost empty I found the cost to be rather high. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As most people have said, this is a very modern, beautiful park with level, concrete, back-in sites. The place has all the facilities. However, when checking in, my rate was quoted as $47. I commented that the TL book and this review page had noted the rate was $35. The clerk stated in no uncertain terms that $47 was the rate now, and gave me a written rate card. There is lots of construction adjacent to the park due to expansion, and the entrance road is a mess. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest RV park we have ever stayed at. The restrooms/showers are large, clean, very comfortable. The pool is very nice. The people were friendly. The WiFi was a little weak. The wind does blow, but that is not the park's fault. The place is beautiful. The only reason I did not give this park a 10, and this would qualify as a perfect park, if they has some sort of a dog walk. Such a wonderful place, but you have to take your puppies out on the road, in the gravel, to do their business. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an ownership RV park that rents out vacant spaces for owners. It is a beautiful park in all respects, albeit a "cold" one since everything is rock-rock-rock. No cable TV but wi-fi worked great. Probably the nicest RV park in Lake Havasu City, but it could use come grass here and there. Dog walk was inconvenient. You had to walk a long way outside the gate to the edge of the road to find a place for your dog to do his or her business and there was no grass there--only rock. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an owner park, i.e. you can purchase a lot, but lots are rented also. Park is beautiful and meticulously maintained. Staff is friendly and helpful. Lots of activities during the fall to spring season when park is the fullest. Best are the "shoulder" seasons after summer heat is gone but before Thanksgiving, and from March till it gets hot for summer. Spaces are large, mostly back-in, with large concrete pad for rig & patio. Highly social atmosphere if you care to introduce yourself. Putting course for golfers. New Phase 3 nearing completion for 406 lots total. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new park. Most of the RVers here own their site. Many of them have built garage/storage rooms on their sites. They all match. They are beige stucco with tile roofs. The RV park is very well kept. There are a few park models, but it all matches well. They pick up garbage every day in front of your site. If you don't own your site, your site is gravel. It is plenty wide and long. They have a nice club house, clean pool, hot tub and a putting course. The WIFI was free. You do feel a little "left out" because you are not a resident. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New park apparently heading toward park models. Construction going on to set up park models. Restricted to newer than ten yr old RVs longer than 25'. We spent two nights while visiting friends in the area. Would stay again if we are in the area. Clean and very quiet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. This park is located north of the city. It is quiet and clean. The staff in the reception office is very friendly. Will definitely stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When I was here, the rate was $35. If it is now $47, that's too much, even if it is quite a nice place. The distance out of town makes it a little inconvenient and it's not quiet during the day because of the planes flying overhead and all the road and park construction. However, the wifi is free, and the facilities are very good for what's there. Too many park models and owner RV sites gives the park a strange, sort of snobbish karma where they ignore the short-termers and cater to the wealthy live-ins. And be warned, the wind is always blowing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent new park just off 95 (right next to Lowes). Large spots that are paved. Little grass, but it is the desert. Not too close to the lake, but the amenities make up for this. Great pool and spa complex. WIFI strong and free. Very courteous staff and check in was a breeze. We would stay here again. Checked out the other Havasu resorts and they seem to cater to the loud, partying, boating crowd. This was more serene and quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park with a great location. Very friendly staff and the entire area is well maintained. It's a little pricy given the fact that the only WiFi available is to purchase something called "public WiFi" that is totally unreliable; very slow and unpredictable connections. Don't buy it; take your computer up to the office area and use the system they have there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is nothing special & overpriced. They charge an extra $1 day (per pet) even for cats. There "free" internet is only at the office area. We will not return to this park nor advise anyone else to use this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We booked in for 2 nights and ended up staying 5. The park is very secure, clean, and modern with very nice bathrooms. The sites had tables, were level plus nice and wide, but basically bare. There are a lot of long term snowbirds, generally of the older age group but friendly. There is a lack of ambiance and no weekly rates, but most of the staff were very welcoming. Would stay here again, & they just joined Good Sam. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you like to hear Harleys and boats revving up all day and night this place is for you. I haven`t slept in one morning since I got here. If you want to use the pool you have to go to the office and ask them to uncover the pool; why don't they just uncover them in the morning, dumb! Another place with park model trailers with kids, right beside an RV site with retired seniors, who would like quiet instead of kids screaming all day. Had to move once because of this. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Resorts should have Wi-Fi and cable TV included at the price. There are water views but other than that there is nothing special. Sites are level gravel, utilities work but I have stayed at other parks as good or better for much less. Even tourist areas have off seasons. Summer heat is not the time to visit unless you like sitting inside with the air conditioner on, which at this high price most people tend to do. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park; quite an antidote to the all the desert you drive through to get to Lake Havasu City. Every site at this park seems to have a view of the water. There is small dog park area within the RV park and lots of room to walk your dogs just outside the RV park entrance. Another nice touch is the RV park is near the London Bridge. This was our first visit to this park, but it won't be our last. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 4 nights over spring break. Lots of part time residents staying for winter months but we knew that going in. Everyone we met made us feel very welcome. Dog run situation worked for us but if we would have been on the other side of the park, it would have been an issue. Yes, they really are that strict about dogs using the dog run only. We were OK with this but others may not be. If you want a campfire, they do allow you to bring your own enclosed fire pit. We enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 4 nights in November and enjoyed it very much. We came in at dusk the first night and was given a pull-through site for $50. We would have left the next morning but the extremely nice staff was able to get us a waterfront site for $75 a night. The water front site and proximity to the bridge area made our stay. Just be warned there is no cable TV, pool closed at 5pm, no workout room, shuffleboard is for league members only and Wi-Fi is in office area only. We worked around all this for a price. The facilities were spotless and staff was excellent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice looking place, like other post, they didn't show us to site, just gave us a map, and said its not hard to find it, if you need help come tell us. We have 2 small dogs, and if I'd have known their dog policy, I wouldn't have stopped. The only place that your dog can go to the bathroom is in the doggy run. Its about 1/4 mile away. Policy says if you think you dog cant hold it until there, then you have to drive them there in a golf cart, car, or pickup. You cant even take your dog out to pee right before bed time unless you drive them to the dog run. That's stupid; I wont stay here again just because of that. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We're staying here for the winter. We've been here for about a month now and LOVE IT! We've been all over the country and we consider this park to be as good as it gets! Friendly and fun. We SHALL return. The $14 a day is based on staying for the winter season. Good price! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very expensive. They charge you for everything. TV reception was terrible and resort people not very friendly. Dog run stinks and very small. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 2 / 10 ]
This highly-rated park was one of the greatest disappointments to me. We were parked near the water in rows of permanent or semi-permanent residents. It was far from the main buildings in the resort--too far to push a wheelchair although you could have walked it in 20-30 minutes. The staff was not particularly helpful; they didn't show us where our site was and left us to get lost trying to find it. There appeared to be only one laundry and set of restrooms which were back by the main office. I would never stay here again. It was way too expensive for the way we were treated and the site we were given. We camped here in a Motorhome.
To all RVing people staying at, or are thinking of investing in park models: beware. Present management does not care if you been here 16 years or more. Manager will do whatever it takes to make money at your expense. This park used to be a friendly park before the new style management came in and started to move all the longtime people around or forcing them to go else where to build overpriced park models. These models are rapidly going back on the market for reduced prices due to mismanagement and most of all, attitude towards the people who stay here. Buyer or longterm resident beware! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We arrived here without reservations and were lucky enough to get a water view site for three nights. We could walk across the street and sit on the beach. It was a beautiful setting, the staff was very friendly and we have already made reservations to return again next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Long term renters were rude. I walked my dog along the Misti Trail and was greeted by their staff and was told that I was to not allow my pet to eliminate themselves outside of their pet run under NO circumstances. I was told to make them hold it in until I got to the pet run. When I got to the pet run. My dogs did not even want to use it. The stench was very overwhelming and it was awful. If you have a pet do not visit there. They are not very tolerant of nor understanding of pets at all. I will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Maybe if this place wasn't hotter than the hinges of hell, I'd have enjoyed it more. This is primarily a residential camp, with the bulk of the camp filled with park units. Beautiful facilities, robust hookups, nice level pads with concrete, everything the way it should be. I can't really find anything bad to say other than it was HOTTER THAN HELL (124 deg.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
In my opinion this Islander RV Resort has all the amenities and none of the soul of what any RV individual wishes for in a stay. As I forked over $40 for a 1 night stay I was firmly informed that next year I would not be welcome because my motorhome (a perfectly decent and good condition '84 Coachmen) was allegedly not up to their "standards." Besides being publicly dressed down about my motorhome and embarrassed upon check-in (at the precise time when I was exhausted from a tough day on the road and just wanted to sleep for a bit), I was also informed by the check-in woman that she didn't know whether my site had a working TV cable outlet or not! $40 and cable TV in doubt: wonderful! If snooty, pretentious and arrogant people are your thing, then this RV is for you. I have never written a critical review of any RV park before. My experience at The Islander however, inspired me to do so this time. Avoid it at all costs. There are cheaper and more friendly parks in the area and the State Parks south of town are excellent, friendly and full of non-judgemental, real people who still remember how to smile. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 6 / 10 ]
This park would get a 10 if it were not for all the rules and regulations, the unfriendly staff, the regulars, and expensive rates. We had some family visit us for the day and each one of out family members had to pay $5.00 each (no if, ands, or buts about it either) to enter the park. The office staff is probably the meanest group of women around. The Park has some very nice amenities, has excellent view, nice beach but next time I go to Havasu I am going to stay elsewhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
This could be one of the nicest parks around, however the park has many varying rules that give long term campers special privleges.If you have a dog forget it, only place they are allowed to go to the bathroom is very small and very stinky. Park employees are not very friendly and always being replaced. I believe this park really wants to become a trailer park and not a rv park with ever increasing park models. We camped here in a camper.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice park but not worth $42/night. Basically a park model park with some rv spaces. The natives are very unfriendly towards the short term rv'ers. Only one modem hook-up in the office for such a large park. We were there a week and couldn't sit outside due to the wind. Boats are very loud day and night. All sites are back-in's. The sites are covered with large rocks rather than gravel and it is very hard to walk on. Very dangerous also. When we arrived at our site, the table was filthy and the site was full of dog crap. Management does not check the site when someone leaves before the next rv'er arrives. For $42/night, you'd think they'd at least clean the table and site. All the good sites are taken by annual
residents. We camped here in a camper.
[ 3 / 10 ]
We were charged for everything like $2.00 a day for dog,s and $7.00 for our friends to
visit us for 3hr. We were ripped off as far as I can see. Park is nice if you don,t mind paying for the use. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
Many, many rules for walking and cleaning up after pets (see below), rules for using game room, rules against driving ATVs in the campground. Rules didn't seem to apply to "regulars," having to avoid being hit by arrogant kids driving golf carts and four-wheelers. People with expensive rigs also seemed to be exempt from rules. What we thought was gravel on the RV sites turned out to be dried dog crap. There was THAT much of it. Our experience is several years old, so maybe it's changed for the better. But there's no way we will ever go there again to find out. We camped here in a camper.
[ 8 / 10 ]
The weekend we stayed there the wind was blowing so hard that you could not go outside. This is a very large park and is well maintained. Would like to return and hope it is not so windy. Lots of boats and skiing here. We camped here in a camper.
This was not as nice as most parks we visit. The office was closed, but it was only about 4:30 or so in the PM. A gentleman came in a cart and showed us to a site. I had to pay him cash without a receipt and change was not available, so lucky I had exact change. It was a pretty dirty and old looking campground. We only stayed one night. We went into town and got hamburgers for dinner which made me happy as we generally have a BBQ outdoors, but I just didn't feel comfortable in the site at this campground. A strange man sat in the RV next door to us just gazing out the window watching every move (kind of creepy). The grand kids did use the pool. We were the only ones here. They had a wonderful time swimming. I would definitely find a different place to stay next time through Lake Havasu. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This state park is just north of the London Bridge off 95 in Lake Havasu City and it is located right along the Colorado River. It is a very popular snowbird and spring break location. The sites don’t have electric but water can be found. It was in the mid 90’s when we stopped over and with no electric it was very hot even with the breeze from the river. There are 46 sites located along three roads. Some have a cabana over the picnic table and others do not. You can walk to the beach area and the river from the sites. In the park there are docks and ramps for boaters, trails, a nature trail, and a day use area with a beach. Boaters are on the river – private boats, water ski’s, jet skis and tour boats. Many are loud! It is a beautiful area and Lake Havasu City is only .5 away for shopping, restaurants, London Bridge etc. There was a notice that electric is coming but could not find the date or year when. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed on an asphalt site right on the lake. We had a gorgeous view with electric only. Verizon signal was very weak much of the time. They are in the process of upgrading and putting in full hook up sites. We would probably not stay again as we rely on Verizon for business. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thoroughly enjoyed our three day stay at this park. It was clean and well maintained and the sites were spacious with fire pits and covered picnic tables. The park hosts were very helpful and friendly and even brought us firewood. We were parked in a site with private beach access so our dog was able to romp and swim to his heart's content. We found the park to be very pet friendly but we were also careful about picking up after him. The bathroom showers were clean and spacious. It was a very close walk to London Bridge and town. The only downside is, with the exception of host sites, there are no hookups. It would be nice to have water and electric. That said, there are still plenty of potable water connections all over the park and a nice dump station. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was clean and well maintained. The site was gravel and the hookups worked properly. However, after one pays for a site the office staff then explains the dog policy. They are not dog friendly, I had to walk the dog 4 blocks to a small,very dirty, smelly dog area. One must not let their dog wewe on the way to the dog area. The dog area was so dirty, that my dog refused to walk in it. I did not want to walk in it either. We had to drive outside of the park to let her relieve herself. We would not recommend this park to anyone who has a dog. We won't return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park in the middle of Havasu City on the lake. No electric or water or sewer hookups but lots of water faucets and a dump station. There are some great views of the lake here and close to city so it's very good for bicycling since there are excellent paved paths in the city itself. For this amount of money, I prefer to have electric and water hookups. Verizon air card had weak signals for internet. Good TV reception using antenna. Not my favorite state park in the excellent Arizona system but OK for a few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice clean little park. The sites are on gravel but they are level and large enough the accommodate big rigs. The laundry facilities are large and clean. The Wi-Fi coverage is good but costs $6.00 for two days. There is no shade but after all you are in Arizona. The park is a little out of town but close to shopping and away from all the lake noise and traffic. The airport is close by but there was no Airport noise. We would stay there again. The nightly rate reflects a Camp Club USA discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The manager is very nice and the park is close to the new Wal-Mart shopping mall but far away from other grocery stores or attractions. It is basically a large gravel pit with no grass or trees so if you are looking for shade, you won't get it here. They have just added Wi-Fi that you pay for; it used to be free. There are some full-timers and their "possessions" are beginning to make it look a bit trashy as they run out of space and must store stuff outside. However, this place is great for a night or two or if you don't mind the "gravel pit" look of the place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The rate reflects monthly plus electricity. Have stayed in Havasu many times, but this is the first in Prospectors. Very nice park. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi only available close to office. Lake Havasu is the greatest for all types of recreation. We had a lot of toys and were given a spot to park the transport trailer. Most of the 15 or so residents were full time at this park. In the winter it is filled with snowbirds. We tried to reserve Jan and Feb. but there were no vacancies for that long a stay. Will stay in this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park; very clean and neat. Roads are paved with gravel sites. We stayed in a back-in site, which was large and easy to enter. The utilities are at the back of the site. The park has a pool, but we did not use it. It is located fairly close to the downtown area, and stores are within easy driving range. The park has good cable TV and Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed two nights in the dry camping spot. Internet worked good. Had a good time in the pool and the use of the club house. Will say here again some day, still lots of geocaches to find around here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are staying here for two months. After pulling in and setting up and spending a few days here we decided to stay longer. The facilities are well kept. Very centrally located to many other attractions in the surrounding area. The monthly fee $385+elec, $405+ in Jan-Feb-March. Reasonable rates for the area and a super great place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I used one of the "pull-through" sites, but it isn't really a pull-through. The owner was very helpful and friendly even though I arrived after the office had closed. The rate reflects the Camp Club USA discount rate. The site had full hookups (including cable TV); however, the hookups will be at the very rear of your unit. The gravel site was level enough that I didn't have any problem getting my rig leveled. The pool was very well done and was refreshing in the sweltering heat. (The owner told me that the 108 degrees Fahrenheit heat was "cool" for this time of year.) The hot tub seemed a little low on water. Make sure you wear your sunscreen and take plenty of water and Gatorade to the pool. You'll need it. What was worse for me was that my air conditioner simply could not keep my RV cool enough until nighttime. Lake Havasu City is the location of the London Bridge, and that is why many people go there. But probably mainly in the wintertime. There is plenty of shopping near the park and it is also very near the lake. There are also two large filling stations / travel centers near I-40 and the gas prices -- as I found out too late -- appear to be cheaper than down the highway. I would stay here again if it wasn't so hot outside. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an average RV Park. They have wide spaces with concrete patios but the rest of the park is all gravel. It is just outside Lake Havasu and easy access.There are much nicer parks along the lake but stayed here on a friends recommendation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are large but easy to get into, level and cement. The recreation center was nice it had a pool table, card table and a large meeting room. The best part is if you what to go for a swim at 2am you can. But call ahead they are usually full. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great par 70 golf course and amazing lake views. Large 35' x 80' sites. Very nice fitness center and spa with massage & facials. Restaurant is open daily, and there is entertainment on the weekend. Friendly, professional staff that you would expect at a country club. They are still finishing the large restroom/shower/laundry, but the locker rooms have showers. We will definitely go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay here yet did not fully understand their billing ideas. But was good for the price. Peaceful at night yet a little noisy during the day. We would stay there again if in the area. Great scenery to check out. We had to kind of figure everything out on our own but we got the job done. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are close to each other but I was able to squeeze my 30 foot travel trailer in with no problems. Anything bigger might have problems, there are vehicles parked all over the place. On either side of my site, there were boats on trailers and one across the road so I had only one way in and out. Under the right (worst) circumstances, I might not have had enough room. The park is quiet and friendly, although a bit run down. The dump station looked like someone did, right on the ground. Smell was apparent when walking by. Without cable and Wi-Fi the price seemed a bit high to me. It was OK for an overnight but not sure if I'd stay here long term. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an old, run-down park with extremely tight spaces. Be prepared to pay extra for everything, including a $5.80 per day charge for air conditioning, whether you use it or not, and an $8.00 charge for your tow car. This park will nickel and dime you for charges that are normally included in the overnight rate. Very overpriced park, but can't complain about the water view, it is beautiful. We would only return here for the view. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent location on the Colo. River, Lake Havasu. Family friendly. Remarkably clean restrooms/showers. Very, very friendly staff. Only glitch was that the staff apparently unaware that Wi-Fi is available in "the View" bar/food area. Barbecues on site serve as fire pit very nicely. Shade is available from the small trees and the patio covers. Park is old, and some parts are run down, but not that bad. Very picturesque area, small but nice beach. Water was very cold, but it's only April. Very good hiking nearby, so you get to experience the water, mountain & desert regions all from the same location. The only downside according to my 9 year old was the swings were not cemented in so you could not swing as high as the kids wanted to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate quoted is for a lakeside site. The other sites are $40/night on a daily basis, but they do offer 10% discount with Good Sam/AAA. We came here based on the advertisements and ratings in the campground guides, and made a mistake in doing so. The adjacent state park (Cattail Cove) would have been much better. The sites are very narrow with hookups on one side and the cabana on the other side. We barely fit with our slideouts, and we don't have large slideouts. The access road is narrow so getting in and out of our site is VERY difficult. I found the bathrooms/laundry room - laundry room only has 2 washers & 2 dryers. There are many permanent/semi-permanent residents. There is an OK cafe at the park which was good, but expensive and service is slow. There is a marina associated with the park where you can rent a slip. We won't come here again - the state parks are much better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this camp ground for a month and kept our boat in a slip at marina. The resort is about 20 miles south of Lake Havasu City Center a bit more than the 10 miles we were told when we made our reservation. The registration office closes promptly at 5:00 pm. We arrived at 5:05 with no one to greet us. This resort occupies a nice place on Lake Havasu, we had reserved a waterfront site R038 and boat slip B041 and received a confirmation in November of the prior year. When we arrived our assigned RV unit had another rig in it. We had been warned if a 3 month reservation was received we might loose our waterfront site to them. We parked the boat and trailer at the marina and found ourselves and open site off water and set up camp. The boat trailer area is not large enough to park both a vehicle and boat trailer together, so if you do not have a slip you may need to park a boat at your site. We found our neighbors both friendly and helpful. This is an older camp ground with small unkept roads which are difficult but not impossible for larger rigs to maneuver in and the resort its self is in need of maintenace. The individual units are small, graveled, crowded sites with covered cement patios. We found it a bit unaccommodating as everything we asked for at the office we were given an unfriendly no for an answer. When we inquired about the waterfront site we were told R038 was not our site number but our reservation number. Our confirmation papers clearly stated different numbers for reservation, site and slip numbers. We later saw site R038 had been vacated, indicating the occupant probably had not had the 3 month reservation required to bump us, but that a reservation mistake had been made. The park store carried very little in the way of supplies. The restaurant served very good food however. We found the laundry in adequate. Washing is only a $1.00, but the dryers only operate on 110 and take a long long time and money to dry clothes. We eventually did our laundry at Lake Havasu City. We did not receive any schedule of park events as we later learned should have been give out at registration. There are snowbird activities in which others are not invited. The Marina was adequate, but only had double boat slips. We camped here in a Truck Camper.