Easy in, easy out location. Park can handle every size rig. Very big rig friendly. Good interior roads. Utilities conveniently located and solid including good Wi-Fi. Spaces are very large with lots of space between every rig. Several of the sites have real patios with covers and patio furniture. They have a fenced dog area with waste bags. Your trash is picked up at your site each morning. The pool area was very clean. You can walk along the river which can been seen from many of the RV sites. The lady who checked us in could not have been nicer or more accommodating. As far as full-time residents are concerned, at the time of our stay (11/29/11) there were only about 7 rigs there and all were kept very neat. This park is located close to some eating places. A couple you could even walk to. We will be staying here any time we are in the area.
I thought I would update my previous review of this park. We spent two months at the park this past winter. The clubhouse has been completed. They did a beautiful job having used upscale fixtures. There are two washers and two dryers. This is unusual for a small park. There is a large screen TV, couches, chairs, and dinning area. There is a complete kitchen. This would be a great place for a reunion. It is my understanding that they are already taking reservations for winter Texans. Not sure what the monthly rate will be this winter. We paid $350.00 plus electric. We will use this park any time we are in the area
This is a great campground. The owners are extremely friendly and knowledgeable of the area. There are sites to fit every size of RV. This is one of the few RV parks you can actually view each RV site using the virtual tour they have on their web page. I can't see how anyone can say they were mislead regarding their site. RV sites are level and wide. Each one has a picnic table and fire ring. There are sites with shade and without shade. The park is very big rig friendly. The Wi-Fi is the strongest we have used this year. We stayed here for a month and enjoyed every minute of it. Oh, regarding the "potholes" be advised that last year a new asphalt entrance was installed but due to the extreme changes temperatures it apparently did not last. After closing this year the owners are laying down a new concrete road leading into the park.
This is a new park located just southeast of Lubbock. The park is easy in, easy out. It is a perfect place for an overnight stop or several days. Most of the sites are completely paved (which cuts down on dust), wide and level. There are a few sites that have nice strips of grass. They have planted new trees but they have a way to go before offering shade. The Wi-Fi is strong and fast, water excellent and electric constant. There are post fences between the sites. There is a very nice club room with kitchen, pool table, card table, tv and sofas. The owners have plans for expansion, putting in more long pull-thru sites. We will definitely stay here again.
If you have an RV over 25 feet, this park is not for you. We have 40' coach with tow. We had difficulty turning into the park but were already committed to turn so had to go forward. Information says they have 60 sites but I fail to see how 60 RVs could get in such a small area. There are two very narrow pull-through sites but are lined with steel pipe making them almost impossible to get into with a coach and tow. This park is easy to find and clean. There was only one very small RV there at the time we drove through.
This park had very strong and fast Wi-Fi. The largest pull-through sites are gravel, long and narrow; however this is no grass or trees at these sites. Big coaches, 40 ft. or more, will probably need to unhook your tow vehicle. Our site was a little unlevel but manageable. I believe there are only four 50 amp sites. The highway noise was not a problem after 6 p.m. Good overnighter or while visiting the Canyonlands Needles area. There are a few permanent campers but they were neat and tidy. The owner was very nice: just pick your spot and pay when you see him. If you have time, the drive in the mountains due west of town is very scenic. We saw lots of deer and turkey. We would overnight here again.
We think this is the best park in Winnemucca. The sites are plenty long and wide. We have 40' coach with four slides and had plenty of room. We did not have to unhook our tow to fit the site. The staff are extremely nice and helpful. The park itself is easy to get in and out of from I-70. Wi-Fi worked great. We will stay here again when we are in the area.
The pictures on this park's web site do not do it justice. All the sites are terraced, giving each space a great view of the valley. Just as Jack's Landing RV and Bridge View RV Park are located right next to Interstate 5, Moon Mountain RV Park is also on the interstate but you do not see the highway as there is a hill and many trees and shrubs between this park and the highway. These features also cut down on highway noise. You are just down the road from Pearce Park, a beautiful park on the Rogue River. Sites are level concrete pads. We have 40' coach with four slides. We had plenty of room for the coach and our tow vehicle. Cell service is great. Wi-Fi is strong and constant with only a minimum of down time. Water pressure good and electric service constant. The laundry and bathrooms are the cleanest I have seen. The on-site Manager, is very knowledgeable of the area and more than willing to help you with information on places to see as well as all the good places to eat. We stayed here two months and used this park as our home base while visiting many of the attractions in this part of Oregon. If you have time you should see the following: Crater Lake, Thundering Waterfalls Scenic Byway, Jacksonville loop, Oregon Caves, Giant Redwood National Park located on the Pacific Coast just to name a few. We will definitely stay here any time we are in this area.
This is a very clean and convenient park. The staff are very nice and helpful The interior streets are paved. The sites are gravel with concrete pad to park your vehicle. There is a small grassy area at each space. Would like the gravel sites to have been a little more level. Big coaches will need to be selective in picking a site so as not to get into some of the shade trees along the back. Some of the sewer dumps are threaded and some are not. Water pressure is good as well as electric service constant. Cell service is good. The Wi-Fi works better in some areas than in others. We will stay in this park whenever we are in this area.
This is a brand new park. The pull-thru sites are long, wide and level. Each site has a large concrete patio along with nice grass and curbing. We have a 40' motorhome with four slides and we had plenty of room. These spaces are large enough for any size rig. There is additional parking for boat trailers and such. A boat ramp is located just a few blocks away. Cell service is excellent. The Wi-Fi is free and strong. The clubhouse is about 75% finished and will have bathrooms, laundry and clubroom. The owners are wonderful hosts. They are very knowledgeable of the area and will do everything possible to make your stay a great experience. This is a great park to use as a home base for exploring the area. After visiting other parks in the Kingsland area, this is the only park we would consider staying in.
This park has 90% permanent campers. There are very few sites available for nightly or weekly campers. Those sites did not look all that level and would be a little difficult getting in to. All sites close to the creek are filled with the permanent campers, each of which has one to two vehicles. The roads and sites are dirt and gravel making it very dusty. Park is located off the interstste and is quite. The owner is very nice. The little store appeared to be pretty well stocked with a few staples. If you are looking for an overnight spot this campground would be fine. If you are wanting to stay for a week or month this is not the place for you.
Sites and interior roads are gravel. Sites are very, very tight and extremely unlevel. We camped here in a 40 foot motorhome with four slides. It was very difficult to manuver in and out. We ended up with scratches down the side of our rig. Sites have no area around your coach to sit outside to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Each site does have a firering and we just prayed no one would start a fire as the ring was located right next to our coach. No cell service. WiFi was okay. Owner and workers are very nice. The surrounding scenery is beautiful. You are within walking distance to a pond which is regularly stocked with trout. We would not stay here again unless we had a much smaller rig.
We have 41 foot coach with four slides. We had what I would call: a premium delux, pull through site which was long and wide enough for any size coach or 5th wheel. These sites are are fairly new and located next to the campground's storage area. Sites and roads are gravel and level. Our site had a very large nice yard including a medium size tree. There are not many planned activities. Traffic noise is not really a problem even though the campground is next to the Hwy. 24. My only complaint is the sprinklers came on every night getting water spots all over our coach.
Easy access off Hwy. 24. Interior roads and sites are gravel. This park can be very dusty at times. Sites are pretty level. Park activities are maily provided by campers who have been going to this campground for many years. It appears these campers also do their own yards. We would stay here again, but just for overnight.
This park is located 20 miles south of Spanish Fork, Utah at mile marker 193 on Hwy 6. This park is not located in any town. All that is here is the RV park, gas station, little store and restaurant. Interior roads and sites are paved. Sites are wide and long enough for any size coach. You do not have to disconnect your vehicles. Streets are a little narrow but manageable. Free Wi-Fi is strong. From here we were able to get up early and beat all the traffic through Salt Lake City. The downside to this park is that there are several long-term campers, junk cars, junk trucks and junk in general. The highway noisy is drowned out by the frequent train noise. This is the place for you if you are dead tired and looking for a place just to get off the road.
Sites are long, wide, level and hard gravel. Very big rig friendly. Nice grass, sidewalk and medium trees. Some sites have tables and BBQ stands. Although park is located on the highway making it easy in easy out, traffic noise is not a problem. Interior roads are very wide and packed gravel. This is an excellent place to use as a base camp when visiting Monument Valley, Capitol Reef NP, Arches NP and many of the Pubelo ruins and museums in the area. There are several good places to eat especially Big B Burgers. The only complaint we have regarding this park is that the sites share hookups which make your neighbors too close. We spent a week here and would definitely stay here again.
The nightly rate listed is based on weekly charge. Electricity is metered in addition to the weekly charge. The spaces are long, wide and level enough for the biggest of coaches. Owners are working very hard at making this the premier RV park in Alamogordo. This park is very convenient to many of the tourist attractions in the area. We would stay here again.
This is not a resort. The park is occupied mainly by long term workers as are the rest of the RV parks in this area. The roads inside the park are very narrow and hard for a big rig to manuver in. Sites are wide and vary in length. The wi-fi works good most of the time. The park is quiet. We would not stay here again.
During the past year this park has undergone many upgrades. The park is easy to get to from the interstate. A great easy-in easy-out diesel fuel station. Roads and sites in the park are good gravel and wide. There are shaded picnic tables, grass and small trees at each site. Sites are long and wide and level. The Wi-Fi worked great. There is a shuttle to and from the casino. We had one of the best steaks ever at the Tiwa Steakhouse in the casino. There is a 24 hour security gate. The lakes contain nice size fish. The train noise is the only downside to this wonderful park. We definitely would stay here again.