Very nice park for overnight stop or extended stay. Convenient access from freeway but far enough away so no road noise. Park is spacious with large, long graveled sites suitable for largest rig towing, without unhitching the tow. Each site has a concrete patio with picnic table. Very nice and well maintained clubhouse. Has a nice play area for children and a couple of dog walk areas. Wide, paved interior roads make maneuvering easy without unhitching tow car. Has Tengo Internet but it worked well in our coach, for once. Glad we stopped at this park. Flying J also at the RV park exit so refueling is easy.
The location of this park is both a blessing and a curse. Blessings: near I-15 interchange, across the street from Flying J and Utah state liquor store with other shopping nearby. Curses: freeway and traffic noise, sounds and smells from Flying J all night long, train horns and noise from track immediately behind the RV park. This park's facilities are very nicely maintained and are immaculate. Staff is capable and helpful. Big rig pull-through sites are a bit short for 40' coach towing full sized vehicle. If you are planning to use a sat dish for TV, check your site first as there are mature trees in the park. Wi-Fi was slow during prime time around 6:00 pm, but better later and in the morning. Recommended for an overnight stop if you can tolerate the curses mentioned above.
This is a "do it yourself" park. You call them, get a recording, leave a message and don't get a call back. You locate the place, pull in and the office is closed. There is a self check-in process on the office wall where you pay for your site. Park is generally a big dirt area with some gravel scattered around. Glad we were here when it was dry. Roads are wide and sites in the back row can accommodate a big rig towing. 50 amp power was good. Far enough from I-10 that road noise is not a problem. Has a small swimming pool that looked clean, and a fire pit. There is only one bathroom for each sex to serve the park. No soap in the men's room and it smelled dank like it needed ventilation. I added a point to the rating because the Wi-Fi worked well, even in the back row.
Nice park in a rural setting. Roads are wide, sites are wide and long so no problem for big rigs, even with trailer. Wi-Fi worked well but was slow in late afternoon. Park says that nearby neighbors use the signal. Hey, how about a password for paying customers? Knocked a point off for Wi-Fi. Park is in nice location for visiting Fredericksburg, Lukenbach and LBJ park and ranch. It rained really hard while we were here, but the site held up well. We liked this park and will stay here again if we are ever in the area.
Nightly rate is for a monthly rental. This is a "Winter Texan" type park with many repeat visitors. Given the weather we have had for the past 3 winter months in Rockport, it is hard to understand why anyone would ever return. RV park is OK though too many sites are crammed into the park so sites are long but narrow. Hope you like a close up view of your neighbor's sewer hose. Lots of park models and fifth wheels left here all year. Full schedule of RV park senior activities like aerobics, shuffleboard and corn hole toss (I am not kidding!) if you like that sort of thing. We did not use park Wi-Fi for which there is a charge but installed a cable modem which worked well. Park also has a monthly charge for cable TV. The park is well located, quite close to shopping, post office, etc and not far from Copano Bay. Facilities are pretty well maintained given the size of the park. RV sites are paved and level, roads are paved but narrow. Many sites are in the live oak trees but the management keeps them trimmed back so limbs were not a problem. Though we are paid through the end of month, we are leaving early. We won't be returning.
Very nice park with excellent amenities. Premium sites are long and spacious and work well for a big rig towing a vehicle. Grounds are nicely landscaped and the Christmas lights were something to see. We used this park for an overnight stop off I-10. Access to the freeway is excellent. In fact, the park is so close to the freeway that road noise is very noticeable and also we could not receive Wi-Fi signal in our coach. Took off 1 point each for these items.
Visited as an overnight stop off I-10. Convenient to freeway but far enough away that road noise was not a problem. Sites at the rear of the campground are spacious and are easy in and out for a big rig towing a vehicle. Bathrooms and showers were clean but very dated and in need of a remodel. Roads and sites gravel and dirt. Decent overnight stop.
Two sections to this park, a new section which is suitable for big rigs and an older section which is nicely landscaped but which will be very tight for big rigs. Park has improved wi-fi since our last visit, but we still could not receive the signal at the south end of row 2 in new section. Park is near I-40 with easy on and off but traffic noise is very noticeable especially in the new section. A good overnight stop from I-40 or for longer stay in Albuquerque.
Nice park with great view of Abiquiu Lake. Upper loop has 50amp power and water but no sewer. Dump station is nearby. Camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. No problem getting our 40' rig in spot with room for parking in front. There are two pull-through sites, but hookups located on curbside given one way direction of road. Would stay here again.
No restrooms, no Wi-Fi (in spite of what they say), near the highway, no shade, no cable TV, no paving. Why on earth would you want to stay here? The saving grace is that they have big rig sites which you can get into without scraping on landscape rocks or tree limbs. Contrary to the city address on this site, the park is located in Pojoaque which is miles north of Santa Fe. Park seems to have lots of long term residents who must be working in the area. For the features offered, this is the most over-priced RV park in recent memory.
Decent park but near the highway. Road noise could be a problem for those sensitive to this. Park advertises "Wi-Fi at your site" but what they don't say is that while it may be at your site, it may not be available in your coach. We could not receive the signal in our coach and had to go to the clubhouse. Bathrooms, while clean, are postage stamp size. Toilet and showers are combined together so good luck trying to find a bathroom in the morning when people are showering.
This is a beautiful RV park in a beautiful setting. Facilities are first rate and comparable to some of the southern CA ownership resorts. Lots of activities for guests. The only reason for the 9/10 rating is the first month we were here, the Wi-fi was not working well. The park management finally listened, made a change and Wi-Fi began working much better. Bottom line is that for a park of this quality, Wi-Fi must work at every site in the park, all the time. Aside from this issue, this park is as nice as it gets. We will stay here again without a doubt.
This is a snowbird park with many park models in place. It is located in a pretty area east of Phoenix. Sites have full hookups but the pads are sand and dirt with no gravel. If it has rained you will sink into the dirt as we did when parking. There are a very limited number of showers and lavatories for a park this size. Wi-Fi worked well which was a surprise. There is nothing special about this park and it is definitely not a 10 rated park, as other reviewers would have you believe.
Nice, new park conveniently located near the freeway. Concrete pads are wide but not many pull throughs or long sites available. Our 40' coach occupied full length of site so a 45' coach would not fit. Park is on sloping hillside so many sites are somewhat unlevel. Very helpful staff at park. Bathrooms and showers were cleaned after each use, believe it or not. Wi-fi worked great the entire time of our stay. Excellent laundry facilities. Park was a nice base for visiting Sedona, Cottonwood and Montezuma Castle. We can recommend this park and would stay here again.
This is an older park with the great new addition of 36 premium sites, pool, hot tub, and bath facilities. All comments relate to the new premium sites where we stayed. Large concrete paved pads with conveniently located utilities. Located a short distance off the main highway so traffic noise is not a problem like in other Moab parks. Bathrooms were immaculate and laundry facilities sufficient. Only complaint to offer is related to Wi-Fi signal which was not reliable during our stay. Owners had technicians on site to repair Wi-Fi and it was better during the final few days of our stay. We like this park, can recommend it and will definitely stay here again. Best park in the Moab area and is very suitable for big rigs. Hope owners can get the Wi-Fi working properly.
This is a nice, new park but it has deficiencies. Sewer hookup was poorly located near back edge of site so a very long hose was needed. Wi-Fi was very difficult to connect to. The park is located near freeway exit so there is some traffic noise. Several refineries are nearby so air pollution is a problem. This is an OK overnight stop but not recommended for an extended stay.
We have been in this park for several months. Good location just south of Espanola. Convenient for visiting northern New Mexico tourist sites. Park owners friendly and doing their best, but are not often around due to other obligations. Big rig sites are available, and trees, wires and other obstacles are not a problem. Layout of park does suggest most will have to unhook to spend the night. No cable TV. Some sites have phone hookup if you are staying for extended term. Park layout below highway makes for a quiet place to camp and park has a "country feel" even though it is near town. Roads and campsites of park are dirt and gravel so expect dusty conditions. We were not able to connect to Wi-fi but Verizon aircard works in the park. All things considered, we like this park and it is much nicer than others in the area. We can recommend it to others, including those with big-rig motorhomes like ours.
Nice location on the banks of the Chama River. Park seems to be suffering from lack of active management and the facilities, while marginally acceptable, would benefit from more attention to detail. There were a number of longer term residents along one side of the park but their rigs were neat and well kept. Park has some long pull throughs which would work for a big-rig, towing, without having to unhitch. No cable TV, so make sure you get a site where satellite tv access is not blocked by trees. Verizon cell service worked well here and also data access via air card. Good location to visit the Toltec-Cumbres steam train in Chama and see the beautiful countryside. All in all, a decent place to stay for a while. We enjoyed our stay and would stay here again.
For once, I agree completely with the previous reviewer. The information contained in this review is very accurate and I can only restate it. I add that we also stayed in one of the few pullthus in the park and it was a very long way to the restrooms. I suggest if you want a pull-through so you don't have to disconnect the tow vehicle, call ahead to reserve the site as they have very few of this type. The park is located in a very rural area (reclaimed coal mine), is quiet but located not too far from the interstate highway. Really, this is the kind of quiet park in a beautiful setting where we would enjoy staying for much more than the overnight stop that we did. Recommended. Big rigs will have no problem here.
We stayed at this park for a visit to Mesa Verde NP and surrounding attractions. It is far and away the best RV park in the area. We checked out the others and are glad we stayed here. Compliments to the designer of the park as utilities were properly placed (all near center of site). They have an amazing selection of channels on CATV so we never turned on our sat dome. The park is located on a gradual slope overlooking the Ute Mountains and our bus leveling system was at max to adjust for the slope. Each site has its own trash container which is picked up daily so no need to walk to the dumpster. The nearby casino offers reasonably priced meals for those so inclined and a van comes through the park to pick up those going to the casino. The park, though located behind the casino, is very quiet and we really enjoyed our stay. Our only complaint is that the bathrooms should be cleaned more frequently. Recommended. We would definitely stay here again and consider the park to be a good place to spend some time and a real value.
We used this park for an overnight stop and did not want to disconnect our tow vehicle. We did not encounter hostile staff at check-in as have others. The park is conveniently located near the freeway and has mature landscaping. The sites are closely spaced, maneuvering for a big rig is difficult and the utilities on the site are poorly located. The sewer connection is located at the extreme end of the site and since we were towing a car, we could not connect. The water connection is located in a box sunk below ground level and I didn't want to get down on hands and knees to remove the spider webs and connect. In our 40' bus conversion towing a Chevy pickup, we hung out several feet on each end of the site. I cannot see any way that a 45' bus, towing, could use this park, unless the tow vehicle was disconnected. In other words, not a good overnight stop for big rigs. Smaller motorhomes and trailers will probably find this park to be satisfactory but I cannot recommend it for big rigs.
This is a wonderful park! Paved roads, concrete pads long and wide enough for our 40' bus and a nice paved patio to the side. Lots of smaller shade trees but at our site, the trees did not block our sat TV reception. The park also has cable TV with a good selection of programming including HBO. The owners are friendly, the bathrooms and laundry room are immaculate, and the overall ambiance of the park is just great. There were lots of flowers and nice landscaping and a pond with waterwheel just behind our site which added to the environment. I would have given the park a 10 rating if our site had been completely paved, had a picnic table, and if there was an additional WiFi antenna near the rear of the park. We could not receive the WiFi signal in our bus near the rear of the park during our 10 day stay. You will not be disappointed if you decide to stay in this park. Highly recommended. We would definitely stay here again.
Newer park located about 10 miles south of Bloomington and near Monroe reservoir. Quite a few seasonal rentals in the park but all in all, it was a satisfactory park. Sites are long, somewhat uneven and have gravel surface. Only a few sites in the park have concrete pads with picnic table. Sites are spaced out so you don't feel too close to your neighbor. Even though the temperature was in the 90's, the outdoor pools had been closed for the season. Wifi did not work at our site. Please note that your credit card will be charged the full amount of your stay when the reservation is made, a practice which I don't like. In spite of the shortcomings, we would stay here again.
This is an adequate park in a town with not many options. There are two sections and we stayed in the newer section which has sites suitable for big rigs. We were in a deluxe site which was near a dusty entry road and our bus and tow car were absolutely covered with dust. The newer section has significant road noise from the nearby freeway but with air conditioners running it was not a problem. It was Labor Day weekend and the park was full, hence the restrooms were given heavy use and were not very clean. The registration office is oddly located on one side of a very tight 180 degree turn which we found challenging to negotiate with our tow car attached. I would stay in the park again, but only because there are apparently no better options in the Indianapolis area.
We are camped in this RV park as I type. We selected it based on the other reviews but we did not like the park nearly as much as the other reviewers. We arrived after some rain and the gravel roads were soft and muddy. We requested a site which would allow us to use our satellite dome but the site we were given had trees around and no usable satellite signal could be received. We could not access the wifi network in spite of repeated attempts to do so. There must be a feed lot or other farming operation nearby as there was a strong odor in the air which required us to keep the windows closed and air conditioning turned on. Flies were everywhere in great numbers due likely to the nearby animal farming operation. The entry door could not be left open for even a few seconds without lots of flies entering the coach. On the plus side, the park is quiet but located not far from the interstate. We would not stay here again, however.
This is an outstanding RV park. We are full-timers and have stayed in parks across the country and this is one of the best. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out what the previous reviewer was complaining about. Park is conveniently located to I-90 but far enough away so that road noise is not a problem. Sites are very spacious and well spaced so that you do not feel cramped. This park can accommodate big rigs, even those towing car-hauler trailers. Utilities are conveniently located, in good condition and fully functional. If you cannot find this park by following the signage from I-90, you must be driving with a bag over your head. You can't miss it. Park has immaculate showers and lavatories, a large swimming pool and two hot tubs, two tennis courts and a basketball court. Pay heed to the following: the various rows in the parks have the concrete pads with picnic tables placed in different locations for various types of RVs. Check the pad location before selecting a site to find the row which is suitable for your RV. The park is located near Deadwood and is a good home base for touring all the Black Hills attractions. I can only think of a few parks in the country which are as well designed as this one and as well maintained. We highly recommend this park.
Decent campground for visiting the Cody attractions. Convenient location near town and shopping. Utilities were located well and everything worked. Wifi was usable in the coach. Paved roads with gravel sites. Nothing glamorous about this park but it met our needs quite well during our stay. RV washing is permitted after paying a fee of $10.
We were disappointed with this park. With a big rig, we got a spot in the newer section which is really just a big gravel parking lot with mud holes and absolutely no landscaping. Water connection was so close to the ground that we could not connect regulator and hose without digging a small hole in the ground. Sewer connection was sunk down in a hole about a foot deep and difficult to reach. Sites are very close together. Bathroom facilities are inadequate and in need of modernization. RV washing is not permitted. We had been planning to stay for 4 nights but left after one night. Not recommended.
This campground has lots of big-rig pull-thru sites. Here there is no need to unhitch tow vehicle, and it is near enough to freeway for easy access but far enough away that road noise is not a problem. It also has a nice, rural location with good views of surrounding mountains, and the wifi works. This campground is a good spot to stop, and we would definitely stay here again.
We are in the park as I type, having arrived yesterday. The park is very nice and very much nicer than the one reviewer would lead you to believe. Pull through big-rig sites are level and shady. Hookups are conveniently located. The facilities are first rate and bathrooms are very clean and modern. Park has a weight room, hot tub and small indoor pool. The staff was very friendly and the office and clubhouse area very nice and modern. We are not members of K/M but would definitely stay here again and can recommend the park. Wi-fi did not work at our site.
The park has only 8 sites which offer 50 amp hookups and decent-sized pads. The rest are 30 amp and are a tight squeeze to get a 40' motorhome into one. First site we were given had broken water connection so we fortunately were given one of the 50 amp sites. We had requested one when we made our reservations but none were available at that time. This park is in a good suburban location south of Seattle and is about a 25 minute drive to downtown. If you have a big rig and cannot get one of the 8 larger 50 amp sites, you had better go elsewhere. Satellite tv signal was blocked by trees at our site so we were stuck with the limited 13 channel selections on the park cable tv. I don't feel this park is as bad as some reviews have indicated but it surely could use some upgrades. Typical KOA.
Beautiful setting for somewhat mediocre RV park. Limited number of big-rig pull-through sites available so reserve ahead if you need one. Interior roads are paved but sites are dirt & gravel and not very level. Park very noisy one night as tenting area was occupied by large group of young people in a tour group.
Liked this park and its setting very much. Sites have view of Lake Powell and have nice desert landscaping. Buildings are new and modern. Big rig access is no problem. However, there is no wi-fi or cell-phone service at or near the campground and no cable TV. Had to drive to location nearer to Page to make cell-phone calls. You will have to pay to enter Lake Powell National Recreation area at a kiosk before travelling a few miles to the campground office for check-in. Campground office closes at 6pm so plan to arrive before then. We were there in early May and the park was very quiet. Recommended. Finally, pay attention to speed-limit signs when crossing Glen Canyon dam not far from park entrance. Police often have car checking speeds of vehicles crossing dam.
This is a nice, new RV park located near the Feather Falls Casino in Oroville. Our premium site included patio furniture and a BBQ grill! We had a good overnight stay and a great buffet dinner at the casino (walking distance). Staff very helpful, no problems with big rig access. Only problem noted was that sites are short and there are only three pull-through sites suitable for 40' rig towing car. Make sure you tell them if you need long pull through if you are towing. Highly recommended nice campground.
Previous reviewer does good job of describing park. The good: park is as nice as it gets, anywhere. In quiet, rural setting by golf course. Spacious sites for biggest RV's + boat + car + +. You get the idea. Very nice pool, spa and club house. Secure entry with keypad control. The not as good: park is about 20 miles north of Spokane so be prepared for lots of driving back and forth; Wi-fi not reliable, broadband internet not working. Have visited park twice in past two years and think it is the best in the area (or just about anywhere for that matter). Hope to visit again soon and you should too!
Nice, newer campground about 20 miles from Zion NP. Park is in a good location, has efficient staff, and newer facilities. Park has pool and hot tub which looked nice, but as it was spring vacation in Utah, were really too crowded with kids to use. The pull-through sites in park are oddly laid out with a good gravel path on hookup side and grass and dirt only on entry door side. Park is expensive and yet you are still nickel and dimed to death with extra charges (65 cents to make credit card from pay phone, $1 to use showers; $6.95 to use Wi-Fi. I'm only surprised that they haven't installed pay toilets! Speaking of toilets, they are located in small rooms with a shower also, so in morning when people are showering, expect line-ups and lengthy waits to use toilets. There is no CATV at the park nor is there any cellphone reception. Park had some flood damage in spring of 2005 and a temporary levee of rocks, dirt and some sandbags have been piled along park edge by river. Riverfront sites should be avoided for this reason. We liked the park but the rinky-dink extra charges and the other negatives mentioned above caused us to leave a day earlier than planned.
Decent park for an overnight stop with easy freeway access. About half the sites are paved but the longest, widest pull through sites are (naturally!) not yet paved. Since it was storming and muddy, we decided to unhitch the car and use one of the smaller paved sites rather than attempting the wider, longer sites which are unpaved. This proved to be a good decision as it rained hard all night long. There is a Wal-Mart super center just across the highway from the campground if one needs to do some shopping. Recommended as an overnight stop.
Nice rural setting with easy access from freeway (but far enough away that road noise is not a problem). Limited number of 50 amp big rig sites. Some sites occupied by longer term residents, but all in all, a decent overnight stop. Roads and sites are gravel and some sites are a bit unlevel. There is no CATV. Office open limited hours each day. On the positive side, park has a neat wetland area with amazing population of red-winged black birds. That, and waking up to the mooing of the cows was worth the price of the overnight stay.
Nice, clean facilities and easy access from freeway. Big grocery store, RV supply store and repair facility are nearby if needed. This is an OK overnight stop, but the park is located right beside a busy freeway so road noise is a problem. They advertise as having pull through sites for big rigs, but if you drive 40' motorhome, towing a car, I suggest you should drive a 10' long car! Otherwise, you will unhitch as we did an park it beside (not behind) your motorhome.