We arrived after hours pulling a 44' RV. With truck we are 61' long. Our site info was on the office door with a map directing us to our site. Good gravel road on property, nice level site #60. It was awesome to watch the barges both night and day. Highly recommend for big rigs. We did not use the restrooms or laundry but we looked and they appeared clean.
We had no problem accessing our site. We were visiting friends so we did not spend any time at the park except to sleep but it was nice and quiet when we were there. They have rental cabins that looked very inviting. They had a few long-term residents but the sites were tidy. We would definitely stay here again due to it's proximity to Austin and Lakeway.
Large park, convenient to SA. We only stayed one night but the park was clean and tidy. Pretty empty as summer hadn't hit. Really liked the late check in: open the box and each open site is marked on a separate map so there is no mystery as to where to go. Did not use the facilities so cannot comment on those. All in all, a nice place that we would stay at again.
Really nice RV park with all concrete pads. Had an issue with the first site we pulled into as the tree was too low for a motorhome. We slid over one site which was okay with the office. We did not use any of the facilities but everything appeared to be quite clean and tidy. All of the full timers also kept their sites clean and tidy as well. Daily price is a bit high (if you do not use any of the amenities that you are paying for) but we stayed a month and it worked out well for us. Again, super clean park and we'll definitely stay when coming through SA.
What a beautiful campground. We arrived Easter morning and all of the trees in the park were blooming. There are quite a few full timers but they are very neat and tidy. Plenty of other sites around the park. Didn't use the bathrooms but walked in and everything was spotless. Laundry facility was small but adequate. WiFi was decent and both of our Verizon and Virgin aircards worked fine. When we are back in the area, we will definitely stay again.
Huge park with a lot of Kabins and kid stuff. You can tell that they very much cater to families. We arrived opening day of the season and there were only a handful of RV's for the weekend. Washers and dryers are a bit outdated but they served their purpose. Because of the lack of campers, the park was very peaceful and quiet. I have heard that it is quite busy in the summertime. We were visiting friends in Detroit and this was the most convenient to driving back and forth: interstate the whole way.
Friendliest park manager this side of the Mississippi. We feel like we are being catered to as VIP's in a four star hotel. Although a new park and not 100% complete, it is definitely on the right track. With wide, long sites and Wi-Fi throughout the park (we are using our Sprint and Verizon wireless cards with full bars), there is not a bad spot to be in. Even though it is close to a major road and highway, the park is quiet at night with great views of the downtown lights and mountains and the Garden of the Gods during the day. The park is very clean as is the laundry facility.
We full time RV but are not retired so both of us need computer/phone capability and this park provided us the ability to work during the day for a great price. The showers were impeccably clean and the park host was very friendly and obviously very attentive thus creating a nice, quiet and well maintained campground. The walk to the office to pay is quite long though and the sewer dump station is not convenient, especially when towing (end of a tight turnaround). For the price and cleanliness though, this campground should be high on anyone's list.
We really liked all of the trees, although it feels tight, it was spacious enough for our big rig (37') plus trailer (20') and rental car. Our only issue with the site was the hookups were toward the rear of the pull through so in order to get our trailer in our site, we had to use an extension to make the sewer hose reach. We were prepared to go to the cabin office for internet access and were surprised when our Verizon aircard worked moderately well. The store was stocked with the essentials - especially the ice cream. Laundry facility was clean and bright. We look forward to staying here again on our next trip.
We stayed here on three different occasions between the end of May and mid-June. Our longest stretch was four nights and five days. It was amazing to view the Grand Tetons at all times of the day. The wildlife varied from moose, bison, a Great Horned owl raising two chicks, blue grouse and ground squirrels, just to name a few. The generator hours were from 8am to 8pm which was actually quite nice in the evenings, even if it did get a bit chilly for this Texas girl. We plan to camp here again as soon as we can make it back. Both our Verizon and Sprint aircards worked moderately well and our AT&T cell phones had almost full bars.
We are full timers but not retired therefore, we need to stay in parks that allow us to work during the day on the computer/phone. The sites were gravel, fairly level and although they are close together, it did not bother us. The laundry facilities were clean and the price to wash/dry was acceptable. Our Sprint and Verizon aircards worked well. The rate per night in season, with a Good Sam discount however, is quite high for what you get in return. The roads were muddy and pocked with large holes. Being a tourist town and the only RV park, we feel like we should have received more bang for our buck. This was a getaway from staying in the national park with no hookups and definitely would have stayed more than two nights if not for the high price.