This was our second time here and we would come again. We like the noise in sites by the creek. They are the furthest from the highway and have a nice grass belt in front of the water. The facilities are excellent here and the pool is nice. The only thing keeping this place from a 10 rating is that the advertised WiFi throughout the park does not really work at the creek sites.
Having been on the road since September, we have stayed at a huge number of parks across the country. This is the only repeat we've had in eight months and deserved a re-review. The park is in a great location, with views of the ocean. Ocean view sites are not very long, with the tail of our 33' rig hanging over the hillside. We haven't seen any ants this time, but used comet anyway, just in case. The staff were a bit rude when we first came in, telling us we needed to move our car out of the site next to us as people were coming in for that site (she wasn't very nice in the way she asked and we were only parked there to unload some stuff from the car. The kicker is, no one moved into that spot for two more days!) The laundry doesn't open until 8 a.m., which seems rather late, since I am up and ready to do wash by 6 a.m. When I called to let them know that some packages would be showing up on Friday, the day before we arrived, the office told me they would refuse any package if we weren't already in the park (as it turned out, we showed up on Thursday, ahead of schedule.) Overall, the customer service in the park is well below par, but it is the best location in the LA area and still worth the stay.
Yes it is in an "industrial" part of town, but the hedges around the park pretty much block all that out. The park is very nice and clean. The pool is nice and the people are friendly. It is a short drive to most of the Phoenix area. The Wi-fi is great. It is under the glide path for the small, private airport, so there is some noise from that, and the spaces on the west side of the park are close enough to the freeway to really get that noise as well. We stayed on the east side, near the office and found it nice and quiet. We would stay here again.
I've got to say, this is one wonderful place to stay. The owners of this park are some of the nicest folks you will ever meet. Everything is clean, the breakfast is a great affair and a nice meeting spot. While we were here they had a group come in and arranged a star gazing party with one of the people who works at the Lowell Observatory. Very Cool! The sites are very plain, but all are level and everything works. The Wifi signal is great throughout the park. What makes this place a winner is the people, who will go out of their way to make sure you get taken care of while you are here.
This is a really nice park. As was previously stated, the landscaping could use some work. The facilities are spotless. The staff are the nicest I've met anywhere across the US (we've been on the road for 7 months, so that's saying a lot). Location is good for getting into town. Wifi was perfect. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice KOA. It is only 7 years old and shows it. The trees need a few more years to mature, so shade here is non existent at this time. The new owners just took over and are doing a great job. BBQ delivered to your site is a real bonus. All the staff are very friendly and helpful. The park is quite a drive from the caverns, but worth the trip. The kids loved riding on the firetruck. We would stay here again.
This park is very different from any we've stayed at before. It is within walking distance to the French Quarter, so very conveniently located. The sites are all very big and well kept. The pool and hot tub are very nice and the laundry and bathrooms are beautiful. The staff are all very nice and helpful (though they might want to take a few of the local tours to give better advice on which to recommend (try the walking tours that start at Cafe Begnet)). The only downside to this place is its location (it is both a plus and a minus). It is right below the freeway, so there is a lot of traffic noise. Also, being on the edge of the French Quarter, it is right next to a not so safe part of town (the area across the freeway). Given that, the park is surrounded by a large brick fence topped with sharp spines and is patrolled by security 24 hrs (both reassuring and disconcerting). They do offer to reimburse you for cab fare back from the French Quarter, but we ended up walking both ways when we went, never feeling unsafe (it was early in the evening, as we have kids). We would stay here again.
This is a nice big park. Sites are very nice and amenities are clean and well kept. We didn't try the WiFi (it is for a fee and we have satellite internet), but reception at our site seemed good. They offer propane delivery twice a week (a big bonus in my book). The laundry facilities were huge, though they close them during the night and don't reopen until 8 a.m. (I'm an early riser and like doing laundry at the crack of dawn). All in all, a very good place to stay in San Antonio.
Overall, this is a nice campground. Our first site was under the oak trees, which didn't allow us to use our satellite internet (the branches were also dangerously close to the top of the rig). This was only a problem because their wifi only works in the area immediately surrounding the office. We moved later to a site that was both open for satellite and close enough to get the office wifi. The laundry facility is nice, but rather small given the size of the park. The pool, bathrooms, and other amenities were all very nice. We would stay here again.
This park is in kind of a sketchy part of town, with quite a bit of crime according to one long term resident. The sites are very uneven, though very long and wide, giving some opportunity to adjust where the rig sits for getting it level. The wifi was good at our site, but we couldn't get satellite coverage. They do have limited cable. It was easy to find and in a convenient location to explore Mobile. The manager was very friendly and helpful. He gave me a key to the office/laundry/restroom building, so I could do laundry after they locked up for the night (6 pm).
We really liked this park. The staff were extremely friendly and the facilities are very nice. The laundry is cheap ($1 a load) and their wifi coverage is excellent. We couldn't get satellite reception where we were, but they did have cable, though a small channel selection. The pool was closed while we were here. Location is excellent, with quiet sites off the road and easy access to the highway and downtown. While we were here, we met a few people serving on the Florida State Legislature, staying here while it is in session. They were very welcoming and thanked us for spending our money in their state.
As the previous reviewer said, it is a bit on the older crowd side. That being said, we were just in the Keys, and the older crowd there seemed to be more lively, happy, and welcoming. Here, it's kind of a click situation. If you aren't here for an extended winter stay, you really aren't part of the crowd. The pool facility here is the best I've seen at any RV park (we've been to a lot lately) and the laundry facilities are nice. We did stay in two different sites while here. The first was in their "deluxe" area and was very nice, with good tree coverage (no satellite use, but they have excellent cable and wifi) and great locating in this huge park. The second site was much further into the park, one of their "premier" sites and was a huge disappointment. While all the other premier sites around us had grass and were well maintained, the one we got was dirt and sand. Our jacks sank into the soft sand and we tracked dirt into the rig constantly. Given the size of the park, you'd think they would take this site out of the mix for a short time to fix it up to the standard of the rest of the park, with either gravel or grass.
This is a great place to stay in the keys. The people are all happy and extremely friendly. Nice pool, great activities, nice bar, breakfast restaurant. Sites are really tight. Laundry had 5 machines not working. Whatever the shortcomings, they are made up for by everyone being happy to be here. We would stay here again.
Most of the sites in this park are as tight as possible, tighter than any we have been to thus far in our year-long tour of the country. The range of accommodations are highly varied as well. We were put in the smallest, trailer trash section of the park, right near the entrance. We did walk the park and found some outstanding sites right on the water that had much more room. Even some of the better sites were way too tight for my taste. They do have a nice laundry facility, cheap too. We never got to the bathrooms, as they were way too far from our site to be convenient. The staff was extremely nice and I can't complain too much as they got us in when we showed up two days early. If you could reserve far enough in advance to get one of the "good" sites, it would be a nice place to stay.
I had made a reservation and put a deposit on a site at this campground a few days before arriving. When we got to the park, at about 6:30 pm, we found the office closed, but saw the late night check-in board, so we went to look for our site on the board. There were no directions left for us to find a site, so I started looking up and down the rows for an available site. There were a few with table across the middle of the space with a sign reading "Reserved for Customers." I was told by one of the campers next door that there were people camping at these sites already. One of them offered to walk me to the site where one of the campsite workers lives. He wasn't home, so the man suggested I go talk to the park owner, who lives on site. The owner was the rudest person I have ever met. He told us in no uncertain terms that it was after hours and that the park was full, but we were welcome to stay in the parking lot for the night and he would refund our deposit in the morning and then show us to a site, or we could leave. When I said that we had reserved a spot, he told me to "read my lips, you can stay in the parking lot or leave." This man was rude, unkind and obnoxious. If I could give this park a negative rating I would. Never, I repeat, never stay at this park. They don't deserve your hard earned money or time. We ended up driving three more hours to get to the next destination on our trip, two days early. We will never stay at this park!
This is a nice campground. The staff in the office the first night were a bit standoffish, and after the friendly reception at the last park we stayed in, was quite a disappointment. However, the rest of the staff were nice during our stay. Though located right in town, this park is a little oasis, with its own lake and great tree coverage. The outdoor, 24 hr laundry was a plus for convenience, but stank given that the floor was alway covered in dirty water. Don't drop any clean clothes! (They do have another laundry in the the store.) Wifi worked great. We would stay here again.
Well, this is the first 10 I've given a park. I'm very picky!! This is a beautiful park, right on the water. When we first came in the owners made us feel extremely welcome. They sent us out in a golf cart to look at the park and pick which site we wanted. We chose a waterfront site, very wide, with hookups on both sides and a deck/dock overlooking the harbor. They have free Wifi available (all parks should have free wifi!) There is a small playground for the kids, swimming pool, spa, and saunas. There is an onsite restaurant that looked great. There are nice docks to walk out over the water. A local propane company will come by to fill your tanks every saturday (or by request for other times). This is how a park should be, friendly service, nice ameneties, clean wide sites, free wifi, and propane delivery. 10 out of 10 in my book. We would definitely stay here again!
OK, let me start by saying I thought this was a nice campground. The spaces were a bit narrow, but that wasn't a problem for us this time of year, as the one next to us was empty the entire stay. The roads are very narrow. Internet was expensive. Why aren't they all free? Contrary to the prior review, I found the staff to be very unfriendly. It seemed like it was a painful for them to help me at all (which is funny, since the only help I needed was to pay when we arrived and when I extended our stay, or to pick up our mail.) They were also a bit bitchy about the 10 mph speed limit. Also, the woman who checked us in could only recommend the restaurant down the street that gave a discount if you were staying at the park, though she had never been there. Not the best place as it turned out. In retrospect, this is really odd, as we found a wealth of great restaurants in Charleston, in all price ranges. You should know about the town you work in at an RV resort! Had the staff had a nicer, more helpful attitude, they would have gotten a higher rating from me. A little kindness goes a long way.
This is a nice, clean facility just off the highway. It is very convenient for a stop over. We stopped here and left the rig for over a week while we flew to meet family in the Caribbean. It was a great place to leave the RV and we felt very welcomed and taken care of by the owners. They take you to you site and go out of the way to make you feel welcome. Selma isn't much of a destination, but this is a nice place to stay. Highway noise is a little loud, but not to much to handle. The park fills every night and empties every morning. Free Wi-Fi (why aren't they all?) Nice laundry facility, though they were re-tiling the floor when we got back, so we had to go into town to do laundry. We would stay here again.
We stayed here off season in their "Super Sites". These run $70 normally (yikes!). Nice site. Really wide and long. There would be no need to unhook even the longest rigs. We moved from our first site, as we had asked for a satellite friendly site and they put us right next to a dense stand of trees to the south (the park was empty, so it seemed strange that they did this). Facilities are a bit worn, but they have lots of everything. Four pools (all closed this time of year), mini golf, huge store (also closed). Trash pickup is a plus. Expensive internet (we use satellite). We would stay here again.
Nice facility. No propane on site. We couldn't get satellite reception (sat. internet) and used their Wifi, with good reception and speed. Only $1 a day (I think they should all be free, but $1 is the best paid fee I've seen). A nice place to stay in Williamsburg.
This is a great park! We stayed here in two different sites and stored the RV here while we went to NY. Both we stayed at were across from the Community Center. The first was on a corner and had a very large grass area next to the rig. The second was much tighter quarters. The laundry facility here is the biggest and nicest I've seen. They have a restaurant on site, as well as a phenomenally stocked RV supply store. Getting to DC is a breeze from here. The bus stops in the park and takes you to the metro station. It takes about 40 minutes, but no hassles and they sell tickets in the park. The staff are all nice and very helpful. The only downside is that restaurants in the area are pretty thin pickings, though the bagel shop and Noodles across from the university were good finds. Traffic noise isn't too bad, considering location. I would definitely stay here again.
This is a decent campground. It's hard to find at night (we passed it and had to turn around a few miles down the road at the gas station). Sites seemed pretty tight. Most of the sites up front are under full tree coverage, good for Summer heat, bad for satellite reception. Wifi was decent, but not as fast as others. Sites and most roads are gravel. For some reason the sewer did not drain well. It was a bit high compared to the rig, but still didn't drain quickly when I lifted the hose. The staff was very nice and the park was quiet.
This is a great campground. The staff is all very friendly and helpful and the park is very clean and nice. We stayed here over Thanksgiving and they had a nice dinner that everyone in the campground was invited to attend. The only reason this park didn't get a 10 from me is that the sites are a bit close to each other. We were near the highway and the noise from it was not bad at all. We would definitely stay here again.
This has got to be one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at in our almost 2 months on the road. We have a beautiful view of the Mississippi River in front and a small lake behind. The road in is a little rough, but not really a problem. The staff are extremely nice and helpful, bringing us to our site and picking up our garbage when left out by the road. The laundry is free here, a big plus. There are few shade trees which could be a problem in the warmer months and there is no propane on site. Also, no cable tv or WiFi would be a problem for those without alternatives. Some sites are gravel while others are concrete pads, most seem pretty level. There is some noise from trains and the river boats, but not to much. We would definitely stay here again.
First, you must know going in, this is a very noisy campground. The train and highway travel on a bridge next to the campground. Also, it is in the glide path of the airport in St. Louis. That being said, this is a very nice campground. The grounds are beautiful. The sites are wide and long. The managers are very kind and helpful. The laudrymat is huge and well maintained. The bathrooms are large and clean. The Katy Trail (biking/walking) is just through a gate at the back of the park. A local free trolley comes through the park all day to take visitors into St. Charles, 1.5 miles away. Freeway access is very convenient to get to St. Louis. We would stay here again!
Having left a nearby campground that was so noisy, sleep was impossible, it was very refreshing to be at a quiet campground. Noise from the nearby highway was almost non-existent and very far off train noise could occasionally be heard. The sites are very close together with most not containing a picnic table. The campground is primarily gravel with concrete pads. There are very sparse trees, making it not very aesthetically pleasing, however, a walk over to the tent camping area is a whole different story, with a beautiful lawn and forest setting. The owner was very nice. We would stay here again.
OK, I've got to chime in on this park. We read the reviews and felt a few trains wouldn't be a problem. We were wrong! We have been travelling for over a month now and this was, by far, the noisiest park we have been to, bar none. We arrived around 6 pm and set up camp. We heard a few trains at that time. They went all night long. They lay on their whistles through town and are about 200 yards from the KOA. Trains went by every half hour. I don't see how anyone could stay at this park unless they are deaf. I was up at 5:30 am and counted 6 trains before 8:00 am, when I stopped counting (the trains didn't stop coming). It is a nice park otherwise. Nice wide sites. Nice KOA setup. Lots of room. I would never stay here again!
This is a great campground! Private, large, quiet and located close to Denver and all it's activities. We had lots of room and loved this place. The only downside is having to pay for getting your car in and having a separate tag for it for each day. Another poster mentioned the cost of this took this almost to the cost of a private facility. This place has all the amenities of a private park with much better surroundings. We would stay here again and again.
The sites in this campground are a little tight. It is right in the middle of town, but the outside road noise isn't bad. We did hear the high school football game whose field is at the back of the park. It is a very busy park, with lots of in and out traffic at all hours (lots of loud jeeps going to play in the canyons).
Definitely a rustic park. Nice laundry facility. The pool was not heated but we were allowed access to the heated indoor pool at Ruby's Motel next door. It's nice that the store in the motel is so well stocked as there is nothing else out here.
This is a beautiful park. Nice big sites. Very clean. The staff were all friendly. Laundry was a little pricey, $2 each wash and dry and showers are $1 for 5 minutes. Cell phones don't work here, but they will lend you a land line and charge minimally for calls. 13 miles to Zion NP on Hwy 9. Road noise was minimal as well. We would stay here again.
This was a good overnight stop for us. Lots of park models here and few RVs. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We chose this site over others in the area as we needed a good laundry facility. This one was great. Lots of machines and a very clean laundry room. I wouldn't spend more than a night here, as there are more rustic parks in the area with much better views.
This park has a convenient location to explore Eureka/Arcata. However, it is located right on Hwy 1, in a very busy stretch of road with no other access available. The sites were all dirt and marginally maintained. In a land full of some of the biggest trees in the world, there were none at the campground.
This is a nice RV park with a great location. Our site faced the ocean and the sound of the waves drowned out most of the traffic noise from the highway. The big thing to watch out for here are the ants. By day three, we had a full blown ant invasion. They have a sign in the office warning about them, but the staff failed to point out the little sign when we checked in. Be sure to grab some Comet cleanser from the store to put around anything from the RV that touches the ground.
Overall, this is a nice RV park. The bathrooms were clean. There were plenty of laundry facilities. The pools were nice. The store is very well stocked. For Vegas, from the reviews I've read, this park has nice sites comparatively, as they have some grass and trees around the sites rather than just concrete. During our stay, there was a construction site next door. We arrived on a Thursday night. Friday morning, I heard the construction start at 5:30, with air horns and heavy hammering included. I must have been tired Thursday, because Friday night they went all night long!!