Our rate was a rally rate. They take discounts for PA, etc. with their standard rates running from $40 to $55. This park is an oasis in the desert. It has a Polynesian theme with a lot of palm trees, rock landscaping and some sites with thatched roof gazebo's and propane BBQ's built into stone structures. The sites have concrete pads and blacktop patio areas. Our site was a $40 site and had a BBQ. They do not have picnic tables and no wood burning is allowed. Propane fire pits are OK. The office/clubhouse had a restaurant, bowling alley, full workout room with locker rooms that had a steam room, sauna and a spa. The outside pool had a beautiful rock waterfall and a spa. They provide free WiFi as well. We definitely recommend this park for an extended stay if you have time.
This is a great RV park with a lot of amenities. The sites are gravel and spacious with great mountain views. Mostly back-in's, but there are a few pull-through's. The sites have a concrete patio, full hook ups, but no picnic table, fire pit or cable TV, which is the only reason I did not give a 10 rating. The trees are young and do not provide much shade yet. They have two pools and spas. The upper pool & spa as well as the rest rooms/private showers are brand new and include a laundry room. The clubhouse offers kitchen facilities both inside and out adjacent the lower pool/spa. There is a great winery on site with free wine tasting, a gift shop and a first class restaurant. There are also pickle ball and badminton courts. Our $12 rate was based on our RPI membership. They also accept PA for the same rate. There are cabins on site for rental as well. This RV Park is a great value.
This is a "Rustic" RV Park with quite a few seasonal Coaches resulting in not very many open sites. It is across the road from Fish Lake @ 8850' elevation so it can get cool at night. The views and the fishing are great. The sites are gravel with full hookups. A little narrow and without picnic tables or fire pits. There is a Lodge with a restaurant and supplies as well as cabins for rent. There is also a small marina where you can rent a boat or put yours in. There is no wi-fi or cell service, but there is a hot-spot down the road. We enjoyed our stay there enjoying the lake views and watching deer roam through the area and would definitely return.
This RV park provides large gravel sites with full hookups and fire pits, but no picnic tables. There are no trees and the sites are separated from lake views with a row of cabins available for rent. There is a nice lodge with a restaurant and store with supplies and souvenirs and an picnic area with a gazebo and large fire pit. They also have a marina where you can rent a boat or put yours in. The only drawback is that because a lot of families come up with "toys" (ATV's and motorbikes), there can be a lot of noise on a busy weekend. Because of that as we like a little more peace and quiet, we would not return.
This is a membership park and the $15 rate reflects our RPI rate plus there is a $3 resort fee and tax. This park is a great place. It is a 290 acre resort in the woods and nestled among 9 lakes. The sites are gravel with full hookups and a picnic table. At the resort lodge they have a laundry room, pool, tennis courts, miniature golf and a playground. Some of the lakes have boat ramps. It is worth the drive of 24 miles north off of I70 to stay here. We stayed only one nite, but wished we could have stayed several more days.
We've stayed at this park several times when passing through. It is not fancy, but it is a good place to stop for the night when passing through and worth the $20 rate for electric and water. They used to have cable, but don't anymore. They also charge an extra $5 for sewer. Trains pass through occasionally so you may get some train noise. This is an old RV Park and is just existing in that there appear to be no plans to fix up the pool or bathroom facilities. There are nicer more expensive parks in town but for the $20 rate, one night is worth it.
The $55 nightly rate was a group rate as we were part of 12 other coaches. It's a great park with asphalt drives and pads. Everything else is green grass. Spotless! They are located about 10 miles from Zion National Park, but they offer shuttle service to Park for $7.00/person, departing at 9AM with the return at 3PM. This park is on the Virgin River and they have access with a small beach and beach chairs with umbrellas. They also have a pool and spa as well as cable TV and Wi-Fi and a nice gift shop. There is also a playground for the kids. It's a great place to stay and visit Zion National Park and shopping in the town of Springdale.
This is a huge park well off the highway with areas for groups to enjoy day outings, a water park and a large RV Park. The road throughout the park is paved with the RV sites gravel. The pull-thru sites are like parallel parking on the side of the road so you want to park so that your patio side is away from the road. The sites have electric only, with a picnic table and a fire pit. They have a dump station with potable water at the entrance to the RV park. There is a Jungle Jim in the park for the kids. It is heavily wooded and there is a walking path so it is quite pleasant. The park is in the center of the famous Bull Run Battle Field of the Civil War and about 35 miles from DC.
The $10 rate reflects our RPI Membership rate. This is a huge RV Park at an elevation of 3500' with several different loops. The sites are asphalt and grouped in cul de sacs, so several coaches can camp together. Most of the sites are amongst trees, but beware of the walnut trees and squirrels! We stayed in a loop close to the adult pool, which is a salt water pool. They have a nice clubhouse with free pool tables and there is a snack bar. In the park they have an area which includes a restaurant, a "watering hole" and a market where they seem to push Cinnamon Whisky which makes for great shooters. On Saturday night, they have a band and dancing there as well. There is another pool area for families and a playground for the kids. There is also a fishing pond, miniature golf and tennis courts. They do offer a free 4 night stay for quests who are not members that would require you to listen to their membership program.
We've stayed at this RV Park several times before and when in the area we will stay again. It's not fancy, but the sites which are gravel have full hookups with a picnic table. One of the best aspects of this park is that it is located on the Wheat Ridge bike/walking trail along Clear Creek and there are several lakes there, as well for some good walking and relaxing. It is like camping in the woods and is just off of I70 far enough so that there is no highway noise. The $37 rate includes tax.
This RV park is basically a gravel parking lot behind a gas station. It has full hookups, a picnic table and shade trees between the sites. It is far enough off of the highway so there is very little road noise. The $18 rate reflects the P/A rate plus tax.
This RV park is basically an asphalt parking lot with full hookups. The only amenity is that they have a pool. And there is a laundry room. The park is located north of downtown in a somewhat rundown part of town. However, there is a fence all around the park and a security gate at the entrance. The location can't be beat for going to the "Arch", which is a must!
This is a membership RV Park and the $12 rate reflects our RPI membership. The park is undergoing expansion and renovation and will be quite a nice park when completed. The sites are gravel with concrete patios and full hookups. The Clubhouse has a TV lounge, game room, snack bar and exercise room. They also have a pool, hot tub, horseback riding and a fishing pond and paddleboats. These amenities are quite a distance from the RV sites. They also have Buffalo on site and a children's petting zoo. The park is located a short distance from Seneca Lake. It is worth the 12 mile drive off of I70 for a quiet stay.
This is the only RV Park to stay at and visit Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. It is 11 miles to Monticello and a very worthwhile stop. The park is "in the woods" with gravel sites, full hookups, cable TV, a picnic table and a fire pit. The park has a pool and a fishing pond. Behind to office/store there is a play area for kids. The $44 rate includes tax and reflects our KOA Discount Card.
This park is off the highway so it is nice and quiet. The sites are gravel with full hookups, a picnic table and cable TV. There is a pool and a Family Run Center for kids. The office building includes a store, TV room, a laundry room and a bath house. The park is an older KOA so for the $40 rate including tax and using our KOA Camp Card for a 30 amp site it is a little overpriced.
This COE RV Park at $10/night with our Senior Parks Pass was a great deal. We made reservations several months in advance. I'm glad we did as they did not have any spaces available during the time we stayed there. It is located about 20 miles from downtown Nashville where we attended the annual CMA Music Festival. We had a large back-in site with electric and water only. The closest neighbor (who was traveling with us in their coach) was about 30 yards away. The heavily wooded site had a nice area with a picnic table, fire pit and a BBQ and faced the lake.
The rate we paid was based on P/A. They do not take reservations for P/A. If you plan on staying during a special event, you will need to make reservations at their going rate. This park is right on the river with nice back-in sites. It is a little tricky getting into the park. When you exit the freeway at the bottom of the ramp you see the RV Park on your right. But go straight and immediately turn right into the parking area for the registration office of the park. Then after registering you will have to make a u-turn to get into the park.
The rate we paid was based on our RPI Membership. The park is a couple of miles from the town of Pigeon Forge along a windy road with Mill Creek running along side. We had a spacious back-in site with a concrete pad for tables & chairs. They have a clubhouse and a pool. It was a nice setting and a great base for touring Smokey Mountain National Park. To obtain a 10 rating it needed picnic tables and a little more landscaping between sites although some of the sites up the hill from the Office/Rec Room may have been a little nicer. Our site was close to the entrance to the park.
This COE Park was a find! At $9/nite with a Senior Parks Pass, it was a great deal with electric & water only. It is a ways off of I-40 (about 15-20 miles to the south) but the setting can't be beat. You are located on a offshoot of the Arkansas River in the woods with a lot of room. The sites are back-in with picnic tables and a fire pit.
This RV Park is just a gravel parking lot with hookups. It is far enough off of I-40 so you don't get any highway noise. The manager is friendly & helpful. The sites do not have any amenities. There are many full-timers in the park who work local construction. There are not many large pull thru sites available. It is barely OK for one nite's stay, but the price is right! If I had a new RV, I would not stay.
This RV Park is mostly gravel with shady sites with a lot of trees around. It is off of I-40 and up a hill so there was no highway noise. The pull through sites were narrow with very little room for chairs if you were staying for a while. There were some roomier back-in sites with picnic tables. They had a clubhouse and a pool as well as a laundry room. It was OK for one or two nites while traveling. We used our RPI Membership to obtain our low nightly rate.
This RV Park is just a gravel parking lot just off of interstate 40. So plan for some highway noise. The P/A rate with tax was $16 and that was too much for what it was. However, it provided electric & water(we did not use the sewer)and we were back on the interstate the next morning. It is just barely OK for a stopover. If there was a nice park closer to The Painted Desert & Petrified Forest we would have stayed there instead.
This RV park is an oasis in the desert. The park is beautifully landscaped with sites surrounding a man-made lake with a waterfall at one end. The perimeter is bermed with pine trees. The lake is surrounded with palm trees and a walking path. The sites are laced with pine trees and a number of leaf trees. Each site has a concrete pad for the coach as well as a concrete patio and grass in between sites. Some sites have concrete picnic tables, but not all do. There are no fire pits and no cable TV. So if you want satellite reception ask for a site that does not have tree blockage. There is a sand beach with usage of kayaks and paddle boats, but no swimming in the lake. There is fishing from the shore or from a fishing dock. There is a swimming pool for families and a spa for adults over 16. There is a casino with a restaurant, a market and gas station at the entrance to the park. Our rate was based on the use of Passport America. We highly recommend this RV Park based on over 8 years of RVing.
We signed up for a 4 day stay for $45, but had to commit to a 90 minute presentation. It turned out to be worth it. After over 8 years of RVing and sitting through several presentations we found this one to be a good value, so we signed up and stayed another 4 days. The park has two sets of mineral spring heated pools, miniature golf, pickle ball courts, shuffle board courts, horse shoe pits, and boche ball. It is located about 10 miles from Palm Springs with a great view of the mountain above Palm Springs. The setting is very quiet and nicely landscaped. The sites are desert gravel with a blacktop area for your outside patio area with full hookups and cable TV. There are no picnic tables or fire pits. They have a lot of activities going on all the time. WiFi is available at a cost of $4/day.
We stayed there during the annual RV Show the end of Jan and their location is actually in walking distance to the "Big RV Tent". Because we were staying only a few days during the RV Show the only sites available at that time were in the rear of the park. Unfortunately those sites back up to the I-10 freeway and are very loud at night. We did get moved later to the front which was much quieter and close to the spa which is a hot spring spa. Very soothing. The sites are gravel, level with full hookups and cable TV. However, no picnic tables or fire pits. They also offer a high pressure wash area to clean your coach or tow car. There also is a huge flea market in Quartzsite which is open all the time. Two or three days is plenty of time to take in what Quartzsite has to offer. The Quartzsite Yacht Club has a fish fry on Friday which is great, but get there a 5:00 or plan on a wait.
"Location, Location, Location", this park is located across the PCH from the Ocean and 1 1/2 miles from Huntington Beach - Surf City USA. The park is basically a blacktop parking lot with full hookups and cable TV. It is well kept and clean. The spaces are marked and provide enough room for your outside tables & chairs along with a BBQ. The park has a nice clubhouse, heated pool and a large spa. Just across the PCH is a bike/walking path that goes on forever in either direction along the beach. They do not have picnic tables or fire pits, however the beach has large fire pits available. We've stayed here several times before and will definitely come back. Take advantage of the lower rates after Sept 15th and the weather is usually great at that time.
Great place to stay for an extended period of time. It is very quiet as it is a couple of blocks down off the road. The lodge is beautiful with an indoor pool, spa and steam room. The changing rooms are clean and spacious with showers. There is a large screen TV and a pool table in the main lodge with a large wood burning fireplace. The sites are spacious with lots of trees. We stayed in a "quad site," where they have 4 sites in a square area with a grassy area in the center. Friends joined us in their RV and it made for a very comfortable setup. The only complaint I could make is that they did not have picnic tables, nor did they have fire pits. It is advisable to have a car so you can explore the area, two ski areas, a ride around Payette Lake and for sure, Upper Payette Lake. We also rented a pontoon boat for a relaxing ride around Payette Lake looking at all the beautiful lake cabins. There is also a bike path system around McCall, but keep your eyes open. We came across a doe with her fawn.
Great location, on the Flathead River with views of the mountains in Glacier National Park. Quiet, down from the highway with lots of trees. Convenient to Kalaspell: 3 miles or so. Sites are grassy and spacious with a picnic table and a fire pit. Roads through the park are paved. The area along the river is "green belt." Picnic tables to sit and relax and enjoy the river and the mountain views. If you have a licence you can fish the river. For a great pizza and "rustic" atmosphere, try Moose's Saloon in Kalaspell.
We maneuvered our 35' Coach into a site at the Lakeview campground. It was tight and we suffered some damage to our Coach getting into the site. It was also narrow in the front of the site so we could only get our living room slide open about 90%. But the site was beautiful. It was also not totally level front to back and so we had to put blocks under our front levelers raising the front tires about 9" off the ground. The sites are more for Tent Campers, Trailers or 5th Wheels. There was no view of the lake, but we were surrounded by a lot of trees. The site had a picnic table and a fire pit and a lot of room for our camp chairs and portable BBQ. There is one pull-through site, but it was occupied. The restrooms were a little walk away but were very clean. The lake has a number of picnic areas and is in a scenic setting with mountains in the background. The other campground, Elk Flats, is the first campground and is about 3 miles or so from the lake. The sites there are a little more open, not as much shade, and may be a little roomier, but not much. Great Basin National Park (about 60 miles away), Bristlecone Pine hike where you see trees that are over 4000 years old and the Lehman Cave tour are a great experience.
This is just an OK park. It gets a "6" for being walking distance to the ocean and Morro Rock. It is all gravel, no view, does come with a picnic table and a fire pit. The wharf, which you have to drive to, has a lot of seafood restaurants and shops. We ate at The American Fish Co and Dockside and both were excellent.
I give this RV Park a "10" for location. The ocean is just a short walk over some sand dunes. The sites have a majestic view of Morro Rock, an outcrop of 581' and a short walk on the beach from the park. The sites themselves are OK. A little on the narrow side, but manageable. They are gravel and come with a picnic table, a fire pit and a trash bin. There's a privacy fence separating the larger back-in sites. They have an on site RV Mechanic/Garage. The wharf, which you need to drive to, has a number of seafood restaurants. We ate at The American Fish Co and Dockside. Both were excellent.
This RV Park is located on Oak Creek just outside the town of Sedona. Great Location with a Great View of the surrounding mountains through the trees throughout the park. The sites are very generous and have large cement patios and picnic tables. However they do not have fire pits and do not allow even the use of propane fire pits. The $40/nite rate is based on a Good Sam weekly rate with tax. Their nightly Good Sam rates run $36, $38, $51 & $56 plus tax based on size/location. There's a lot to do in and around Sedona, so plan a stay of at least 3 days or more. Besides the shopping, some of the sites we took in included Slide Rock State Park, driving around the area and taking in the beauty of the surrounding mountains and their red colors, the old mining town of Jerome and several wineries. There are a lot of hiking trails where the "Vortexes" are located. We definitely recommend Sedona for an extended visit.
This RV Park is part of the CO River Adventures membership group of parks. We received an invitation to stay for free by sitting through their membership program presentation. If you are a member you can stay for up to two weeks at a time for no charge as part of your membership. They advertise their regular rates at $50 or $10 if you listen to their membership sales pitch. It is a large RV Park right on the Colorado River. It can get a little noisy when the river is busy with speed boats. The sites are gravel with full hookups and have picnic tables and BBQ stands. There is no shade, which in the warmer months can be pretty hot as it gets up to 120 (degrees F) in the summer months. So it is a park you would want to go to from late fall to early spring only. They do have two pools and three spas with a bar and restaurant. They also have a clubhouse and a miniature golf course. They also have a small 9 hole golf course across the road. This area of the Colorado River has a number of RV Parks, membership, private and public, so costs can run from $0 for a first come first serve BLM Park without any hookups on up.
This RV Park has only 5 spaces and is right on Main Street just 3 blocks down from the Historic Center of Town. Pioche is a Historic mining town and is worth a day. The RV park is all gravel and has full hookups and cable TV along with a picnic table. There is also a laundry facility on premises. It is worth a nite to stay & visit the town while passing through the area.
This campground is 20 miles east of Pioche and 2 miles from a small village with supplies and a restaurant/bar. The sites are spacious with covered picnic tables, fire pits, tent area and room for a motorhome. We've stayed before in our 35' class A coach. There are water sources nearby and restrooms with showers. There is a boat dock on 65 acre Eagle Valley Resevoir with a boat launch. The $15 rate is with a NV resident discount. Boat docking is available for an additional $2 if you have a campsite. Boat rentals are also available. Fishing is also good off the boat dock. There is a dump station just before you enter the campground.
Location, location, location! This park is ideally located across the Pacific Coast Highway from Huntington Beach. It is basically a parking lot with full hookups, WiFi and cable TV. The facilities have a laundry room, restrooms with showers, a heated pool and a hot tub. There is also a game room with a pool table and a TV. The location is between Huntington Beach and Newport Beach right on a walking/bike path that goes on forever. There are great restaurants and shopping in Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Balboa Peninsula and Balboa Island you get to by ferry.
This park has two sections. The Cottonwood Campground is newer and is first class. Sites have grass, cement slabs with picnic tables, full hookups, cable TV and WiFi. The restrooms have pay showers and laundry facilities. The trees are still small, so shade is limited. The rate is $35. The other section is the Lakeview Campground. It is an older park with electric and water at $20. There is a dump station and the restrooms have pay showers. The lake is basically a large pond that is stocked with fish. The sites are gravel and grass with picnic tables and large trees with lots of shade. The Park has a couple of playgrounds for kids, horseshoe pits and also offers miniature golf for $5. There are also cabins for rent and a walking/bike path. The location is off the beaten path so it is very quiet.
This RV park is an Excellent location for staying at the South Rim as it is on the bus shuttle route that takes you all around the the overlooks and shopping areas. The sites are gravel with a picnic table and charcoal grill. There are no fire pits as wood burning fires are not allowed. There are lots of trees, so you feel like being in the woods. Our satellite dish got reception at our site. We did not get Wi-Fi nor did our Clear Modem get reception for internet connection, but our Verizon phones worked fine. The $38 rate included tax. Make reservations early to get a site as this is a very popular RV Park and definitely worth staying at for its location.
This RV Park is just north of I-70 far enough so that the highway noise is just from a not so busy state highway. While we got in late at night for a one night stay. The RV Park seemed quite nice with generous pull-thru sites and lots of trees. The office had a small store and rec-room with pleasant management. We would recommend staying there if you're looking for a RV Park in the area.
This RV Park is just off I-25 & CO-119 east of Longmont. There is a little highway noise, but it is not objectionable. The location provides great views of Longs Peak and the Continental Divide and is situated among a number of small lakes. The rate is $24.00 for a full hookup site Plus $7.00 for your Coach Plus another $7.00 for your tow vehicle if you are towing. Even for a total of $38.00 a night it is a very nice park with large sites with protected picnic tables and barbecue fire pits. We would return.
We stayed there a week visiting friends in the area at a rate of $31.00. The sites are concrete and some are narrow and some are wider. If you have slideouts be sure and get a wider site or your slideouts will be right up to your neighbor's. Wi-Fi from TENGO is included but the free time is limited to a one time usage. Cable is available for an additional cost. There are quite a few full timers and some of their coaches are "older". There are no amenities, no trees and no picnic tables and no room for chairs if you are in one of the narrow sites. We only stayed there because we had friends that were there.
We've stayed at this park several times on our way to and from Denver. It is not fancy and does not have any amenities, but is good for one night on the road. The rate of $20.00 (electric, water & cable) is a bargain. Sewer is available for an additional $5.00. The manager is very friendly. There are trains that come through during the night that create noise, but it is not too bad. Stop at the restaurant on the river in town and order their chicken fried steak. It's great! I can't remember its name, but it's easy to find.
This RV Park is just off highway 99 and is a Passport America Park with a $20.00 rate. There are a lot of trees so the highway noise and the train noise (there's railroad tracks on the other side of the park) is not too bad. The trees cancel out satellite reception, but they have a "TV Room" with a large screen TV for guests. The sites are nice and grassy. It's like staying in an old orchard.
This RV Park is in a very comfortable rustic setting with lots of trees about 6 miles out of Coulterville "up" Greely Hill Road from the west. So, satellite reception is out. The sites are gravel drive ways with grassy/hilly areas and not all that level. They were dragging some of the sites while we were there to smooth them out and maybe get them a little more level. They do have picnic tables and fire pits. The Passport America rate is $19.00. The location is 24 miles from the west entrance to Yosemite National Park and 48 miles overall to Yosemite Village. There is no Wi-Fi or cell reception at the sites.
This RV park is mostly full-timers in the front area of the park with lots of trees. The "back" area is for daily sites and is a large sandy area without any trees with concrete slabs for picnic tables. The Passport America rate was $13.00. The pull-through sites are electric & water only. Cable TV is available for an additional $2.00. This is a good park for one night on the way to your destination.
We stayed there on our way back on a trip. We had stayed at another Passport America park earlier on our way up. This was a nicer park and the Passport America Rate was $18.50 for a pull-through site, $5.00 more than the other park. The amenities were worth it as there was cable & Wi-Fi. The site was more spacious with gravel and grass in between sites with a picnic table.
This is the only RV Park near Sun Valley/Ketchum. The park is pleasant just south of town. The sites are narrow, but adequate with full hookups. They do stay open year around so RV-Skiiers can enjoy. I was told that there is a shuttle bus that comes into the area once per hour, but I would confirm that before I left my tow vehicle home if I planned and extended stay. The town of Ketchum is very cute with lots of shops and restaurants.
We stayed there on an internet special rate at $26.00 per night. We had stayed there a year earlier for the University of Montana Homecoming game and came back again for this year's game as well. The location is great with an easy drive to the campus as well as an abundance of nearby shopping. COSTCO and Wall-Mart are just a few blocks away. They have Wi-Fi and Cable TV. As with most KOA's they have a pool, hot tub, miniature golf and a play area for kids. We plan on returning for next year's homecoming game as well.
We enjoyed our stay at this RV Park. The management is friendly and the park is pleasant. The sites are gravel driveways with grassy areas and picnic tables. Some of the sites have trees providing shade during the hotter sunny days. They also have cable TV and Wi-Fi. The location is convent to the freeway and the town. Be sure to take in the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and Giant Springs.
This is a FIND! For only $10.00 per night, if you have a Senior Parks Pass, you have a site on a lake with full hookups. They have a boat ramp and space to park your boat. There are no other amenities except that they do have picnic tables at the sites.
This is an OK park for one night only if one has a Passport America card for the $13.00 rate. The sites are all gravel and are close together. There are no amenities except that they do have full hookups. We stayed there one night on our way. On our way back we stayed at Mountain Shadows RV Park which was much nicer and also took Passport America although the rate was $5.00 more.
We stayed there using our Passport America card. The grassy sites were a little tight and the hookups did not have sewer. They do have a dump station, which is a little tight for a motorhome. They charge extra for cable & Wi-Fi. The park is right on Lake Sawyer with docks and on a clear day you can see Mt. Rainier. The grounds are well kept and they also have cabins for rent. It's a great location and nice and quiet. We would have given a higher rating if the hookups included sewer, Wi-Fi and were a little more spacious.
The park is very nicely laid out around a small lake. Watch out for the ducks! It's a little pricey at $44.00/night, but is a very nice park off of the highway, so it is quiet. They even have a hiking path around the park in the woods. Our pull-through site was comfortable with a picnic table, grass and a hedge separating the neighboring sites. They have cable, but our satellite worked and we changed our service address to the park's so we could get the local networks. They do have Wi-Fi, which is free for one hour/day. Longer, you have to pay. They also offered to store our coach for the week we went on an Alaskan Cruise at $3.00/day with 20 amp hookup for our refrigerator. That was a great deal, as to store a motorhome at the pier was $39.00/day! If you do laundry, get there early. There are quite a few long-timers and they take up a lot of laundry time. The park is close to gas, shopping, and restaurants. It is also only about 20 miles to the Pike Fish Market, Space Needle & Historic Downtown Seattle.
We stayed here for two nights, at $15.00 for one night using our Passport America card and $30.00 the second, plus tax. We couldn't use our Passport America card the second night because it was a weekend. The park is an older park and it shows it's age. Our site was a pull-through grassy site with full hookups. The RV park's location is very good as it is near the southeast entrance to Mt Rainier. We drove to Longmier, parked our car, and took the free shuttle up to Paradise, which we recommend, as it is very difficult to find parking at Paradise. If the weather is clear, be sure to take the drive up to the Sunrise overlook. It's awesome!
We stayed here one night on our way to Mt Rainier using a senior discount. This park is a few miles off the 'beaten path" out of Home Valley but it is a very nice park up in the woods. The sites are all gravel and spacious. While they do not have pull-through sites, we were able to back up our rig with a tow dolly/car when we left the next morning. They do not have Wi-Fi. We were able to get satellite TV. The only complaint we had was they have these "soda" dispensers outside the office that are lighted, all night long!
We stayed here for one night on our way, with our Good Sam discount. It's a great RV Park right on the Sandy River and just outside of the cute town of Troutdale and at the beginning of the Columbia River Historical Drive. Do not take your RV on that drive. It's narrow and there are no RV parking spaces at the various waterfalls and other sites. The drive is beautiful. We would have liked to have stayed longer to take in the cute town of Troutdale and a restaurant or two as well as splash in the Sandy River. They have free Wi-Fi and cable TV as well as a laundry room. The sites were grassy, spacious and comfortable.
We stayed here for one night on our way down the coast using our Passport America card. Next time we're in the area we would like to stay longer. They are located on Ten Mile Lake and have a boat dock. They are just outside of the town which looked quite cute with shops and restaurants as well as a large marina. The RV park had an office with a general store, a pizza/sandwich restaurant and a game room. They do charge extra for Wi-Fi and $2.00 for 30 amp hookups. As they are as short way off of highway 101, the park is nice and quiet.
We stayed here one night using our Passport America card. Their pull-through sites are pretty narrow. Our slide outs were within 12" of our neighbors. As it was 110 degrees, it did not matter that they did not have any space for a picnic table. However they have a nice pool which we gratefully made use of to cool off. They are located just off the freeway so there is some highway noise, but it was not too bad as we ran our AC all night. It's a good place to stay for one night on the way.
We stayed here for two nights. We had a pull-through site with full hookups. Our site gave us access to satellite TV and they also have Wi-Fi. The location is just a short walk down to a pizza restaurant and general store right on the shore of Diamond Lake. There is also a boat dock at the store. Be sure to bring mosquito spray! They are located just a few miles from the northwest corner of Crater Lake.
We stayed here for one night at $14 on our way up north using our Passport America card. The park is pretty rundown and there are a lot of longtimers staying here. We did get a pull-through site and for one night on the road it was OK. They did have a pool and restrooms as well as a general store. The location is off the highway, so it was quiet and close to Lake Shasta. The Passport rate makes it worthwhile to stay for one night.
We stayed here two nights on a Passport America rate of $15.00 per night. We had a pull-through site with full hookups. The RV Park is right on the Klamath River and has a boat dock for fishing. The location is a good one for siteseeing the redwoods. Be sure to go north to Jeremiah Smith Redwood Park and hike across the river to the Stout Redwood Grove where part of Star Wars was filmed. It's amazing! We also did the Mystery Trees, which is a worthwhile redwood forest tourist attraction. Many RV'ers stay here as long as a month as there is fishing and siteseeing abound. We would have given this park a higher rating except that is was right on hwy 101 and they did not have a lot of amenities. No store for minor purchases like ice or propane. They did have a laundry room and a restroom. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for 4 days. The lake is walking distance from the RV Park. There is only one pull-through site which we obtained by making a reservation online through Reserve America. The rate was $44.00 with a Senior discount, plus a reservation service charge of $8.00. When we got here we noticed the pricing at the entrance was $55.00. I guess they raised the prices from the time we made our reservations. The spaces are all very spacious and not close together, so it is a quiet place to stay. We would stay here again.
We stayed one night on our way up north. The setting was very nice with a mountain on the west side of the park making for a nice relaxing view along with nicely manicured grounds with a small stream running through it. They have a restaurant open for breakfast and lunch only. It looked OK, but we did not try it. They also have a pool right off the motel/lodge rooms, but we did not use it. They have an office with a gift shop/store and the management is friendly. They have a row of pull-through sites, which we opted for as we were towing. The rate with our Passport America Card was $22.50 plus tax. Their published rate for a pull-through site is $45.00, which is a little pricey. We would go back again.
This park is right on the ocean. That's the best part along with the bike/walking trail. The downsides are: 1) The noise at night from the airplanes taking off from LAX. Sunday night is the worst. 2) The park is not near any shops or restaurants. It is an hour hike uphill to El Segundo and further to Manhatten Beach. We biked to Marina Del Rey for a seafood restaurant and that was a 45 minute bike ride. We were to stay 4 nights, but left after 3. We would have left the second day, but the weather was beautiful, so we stayed and put up with the airplane noise. We would not recommend staying here any longer than 3 nights and definitely not on a Sunday night. The park is clean and well maintained and the help is friendly, but not very knowledgeable about the area as to bus transportation, shops and restaurants and how far places are from the park. We would not stay here again. Hunttington Beach is a better choice although it is about $20 more per night.
This is a very nice RV Park just off the freeway and far enough that you don't get any freeway noise. The grounds are grassy with a large fire pit in the center complete with chairs and logs for burning. The owner/manager is very friendly. We stayed there one night on our way to our destination and would stay there again. There are fishing sites nearby that are accessible by car if you stay for several days.
The location of this RV Park is very convenient to Glacier National Park. We stayed in site #2 in a motorhome which is one of the largest sites on the "hill" with a great view facing the mountains. The meals in the restaurant are family style and very generous and delicious. The people in the campground office and in the restaurant are very friendly. There are also cabins available as well as motel rooms. They also have a pavilion for special occasions. We've stayed there on three trips to Glacier and plan to return.
This RV park is just down the street from Green River State Park. We went there because the State Park did not have full hookups. It is a great value @ $20/night including cable. It is an older park with mature trees and large sites. When passing through Green River it is a great place to stay.
This RV park is located 6 miles from downtown Steamboat with a great view of the ski area. It is somewhat new, so the trees are just starting. It is a very basic RV park with gravel sites, little grass and restrooms. The price of $40 with a discount is a little pricey. There is another RV park closer in to town, but it was full. I don't know what their price was. Since there is not a great selection of RV parks in the area close to town I would check first on the park closer to town the next time.
This RV park is located just off of I-70 and adjacent to the Wheat Ridge Greenbelt Trail. There are 4 small lakes and miles of walking/bike trails to make a stay here most comfortable. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful. Be sure to call ahead for reservations as it is a very popular RV park. We stayed there on Oct 2008 the first time and came back again and would definitely return.
This RV park is located about 6 miles from Meteor Crater, hence the name. We stayed there one night while traveling to our destination. The next morning we went to Meteor Crater which was very interesting and well worth the visit. The RV park is very clean with generous sized sites that have trees to provide some shade and block the wind. The only drawback is that there is some noise at night from I-40 & the trains that run through about 2 miles away. We would definitely stay there again.
This RV park is outside of town on a hill overlooking the area with great views. While there was another RV park in town, it was located in a commercial area without the open country views of this park. We were happy with our choice and would stay there again.
This RV park is about 6 miles northwest of Taos. It is in open country with great views of the mountains surrounding the area. The owner is extremely helpful wanting to make your stay comfortable. We stopped by another RV park south of town, which was very nice, but decided on this RV park with better views and saved $6/day. We would definitely stay there again.
This is a great RV park for one night while traveling on the road. For only $15 you get full hookups plus cable. It's not a fancy RV park and it's between I-40 & railroad tracks that have about 60 trains per day. If your windows are closed the noise is not noticeable. We stayed there in July and would definitely stay there again.
Small rustic RV Park on a slope with views of the lake. The people are great. Small lodge with a restaurant. Fishing is the main draw to this RV park, which has a small marina where you can rent a boat if you don't have one.
Beautiful RV Park with very nice sites with grass, picnic table & fire pit. Rest Room has great showers. Bring your bikes so you can ride along the ocean bike path. Only drawback is the hwy 101 traffic noise so get a spot closer to the Main St side of the park.