Rate paid is based on a one month stay. Most of the sites here are occupied by permanents. About a dozen sites are reserved for short term stays, though some of those are seasonal occupants. We had what seemed to be the best site in the park, #54. Our door opened onto the grassy area next to the restrooms so we only had neighbors on one side of us. Each site has a picnic table. Even though the park is on busy hwy 89A, it is nice and quiet at night. Everyone in the park was very friendly, staff was very helpful. Location is convenient to shopping and a short drive to Jerome or Sedona. Park WiFi worked intermittently, sometimes fast, sometimes slow, sometimes it dropped you. Verizon signal was good. Lots of trees in the park provide welcome shade on hot days. Sites are a little close together.
Sites are spacious and most are well separated. Each site has a picnic table and BBQ pit. We had site #17 and it had no shade and the road was on the other side so the only way we could sit outside in the warm afternoon was to sit in the street. We had a decent Verizon signal during our stay. Great trails right from the campground.
Beautiful park with large, well separated sites. About one third of the sites have water/electric, the rest are dry. Good showers available. Very quiet at night. Verizon signal is weak. I recommend you use a satellite map when choosing your site because some sites have the sitting area facing the road because a wash drops off behind the site. Those sites have no privacy at all. Excellent trails right in the park.
This is a 40+ park. Rate paid is based on a one month stay. This is a quirky, rustic park. Wide variety of sites: some are tight and gravelly, some are large with beautiful desert landscaping, some are very public, some are fairly private. Lots of amenities including WiFi (slow), pool and hot tub, library, 3 laundry rooms, pool tables (4), scheduled activities including hiking, biking, crafts, and live music. Very friendly park. Folks like staying here and return year after year. Lots of birds. We got a slow but usable signal on Verizon with our Wilson Sleek 4GV booster. During the last week of our stay the noise from the nearby shooting range was almost constant. The very best thing about this park is the many miles of trails right behind the park. It is a bit of a drive to town for shopping, but the trail access and friendliness of the park makes it worth it!
Stayed 3 nights using a special half price deal. Beautiful, well kept park. Large, well separated sites. It seemed that about half the lots were used by owners, mostly Canadian snowbirds. Lots of friendly folks that stay here year after year and lots of activities scheduled as well as concerts. Did not try the internet, but got very good Verizon signal for our own service.
Rate is based on one month stay. We consider this the nicest RV park in San Diego. Sites are large with plenty of room for tow vehicle or towed vehicle. Tengo internet service has improved since last year, but they still have some issues to work out. Overall it worked pretty well during the month, with only a couple of slow days. Verizon reception is still very poor. We had to take/make phone calls outside or put the cell phone in our booster. We stayed in excellent site #267 which only has one neighbor and is surrounded by park space. We will definitely stay here again.
Roads and sites are paved. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Decent site separation even in the full hook up sites. The FHU sites are in rows and don't have a lot of privacy. The no hook up sites are spread around a bluff and some have excellent ocean views but are for smaller rigs. You can hear Interstate 5 24 hours a day. Once you walk down the bluff to the beach you can only hear the ocean, not the freeway! We had fair 4G Verizon signal.
Roads and sites are very tight and it's hard to negotiate into your site due to strategically placed lamps and plants. No extra room to hang around outside your rig. Park Wi-Fi is slow. Decent 4G Verizon signal, but slow too. Plenty of constant noise from neighboring roads and highway. One mile to downtown Santa Paula where there are some beautiful murals.
We spent a week here in our 36' 5th wheel. Roads and sites are paved, each site has a picnic table and fire pit. We had site #12 and it was very difficult to maneuver our rig into the site due to railroad ties and short posts marking each site. Once settled, we had decent site separation and "privacy" due to the angle of the sites. There is a wooden bridge just outside the campground that sounds like 2 seconds of thunder every time someone drives over it. The airstrip next door is not very busy, just a few small planes on the weekend. The public showers are locked each night at 6pm. We did see a few people using the showers during the day from outside the park. Even though we stayed over a holiday weekend this park was never more than half full. It seems to be relatively unknown. Very quiet at night, just the sound of the ocean. Two block walk to the beach. We had reasonable 4G Verizon signal, a little slow at times.
Roads and sites are paved and have decent separation. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. We stayed in site 102 and it had no privacy but was plenty big enough for our 36 ft 5th wheel. The ideal seating area for this site is actually in back of the rig. If we return I would choose a different site. We had decent 4G Verizon signal. Great wildlife viewing from the bluff overlooking the ocean/bay just a short walk from our site.
Roads and sites are gravel. Full hookup sites are very close together. Back-in, water/electric sites are wide so your neighbors are not as close. Very quiet at night and in October the park was only about half full. We really enjoyed the hiking trails at the park, but dog owners need to be aware dogs are not allowed on the trails. We had good 4G Verizon signal.
Lovely, peaceful little park set in an industrial area. Roads and sites are paved and wide enough for all slides. Decent site separation, and nice shade trees and grass. Inexpensive and clean laundry room, NO restrooms/showers. Decent Wi-Fi. Trains go by regularly and do sound their whistle. Other than that, great place to stay in Redding!
The RV sites are in a row at the back of the motel lot, backing up to a small creek. Over half of the RV sites are taken up by long term stays. Since the utilities for every two sites are shared, we had to run our hoses and electrical under our rig to hook up. If you have a motorhome and could pull in forward, this would not be an issue. Interstate 5 is not far away so there is freeway noise at all hours. The park Wi-Fi was decent, but did slow down during peak usage hours. The onsite cafe is excellent. This place is okay for a one nighter, but there are better options down the road in Mt Shasta City in our opinion.
This is an excellent full hookup county park. Convenient to Ashland, well off Interstate 5, and peaceful (at this time of year). Every site has a terrific view. Sites are paved, many are long enough for any size rig, all have a picnic table and fire pit. All water sports are allowed on the lake, though the water level is quite low. We would definitely stay here again.
Pretty park, but with very close together sites. But the river back in sites are angled so you should be able to view the river from your side window instead of viewing your neighbor. This park was very quiet at night. Restroom and showers were clean. Laundry was inexpensive. Management was very helpful in getting us backed in to the tight site. If you have deep slides on both sides of your rig, it may be too tight! We had decent 4G Verizon signal during our stay. Did not try the parks Wi-FI.
Rate paid is based on a one week stay. We liked this pretty and friendly little RV park. Roads are paved, sites are gravel and each site has a picnic table. Our pull through site had a fairly narrow strip of grass separating us from our neighbors but many of the back in sites had good site separation. Back in sites back up to the river or the tiny golf course. Lots of pretty grass and trees and flowers in the park and you can hike up the hill behind the RV park for great views and to see the Scottish Highlander cattle the owners keep! There seem to be quite a few long term residents in this park but every site was clean and well kept. We would stay here again.
Excellent RV park. Huge sites, lots of amenities, extremely clean, friendly staff, good Wi-Fi, close to everything Bend has to offer. Rate paid is based on a one month stay in September. We would not have stayed here (at summer or fall rates) for less than one month because the daily and weekly rates are very high.
This park is a hidden gem! Beautiful setting along the Columbia River. Roads and sites are paved. Many sites are big enough for any size rig. Good site separation. Good park wifi. Excellent 4G Verizon signal. Some waterfront sites, book early for these. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Clean park. Big rig sites are a bit short for the longer rigs. Excellent 4G Verizon signal. Good park wiFi. Quiet at night except for occasional trains. Bonus: this park is about a quarter mile from the Barker Road access to the Spokane Centennial Trail: excellent place to bike or walk or run.
The only reason I cannot give this park a 10 is because of the freeway noise, otherwise it is wonderful! Gravel roads and sites. Long, spacious pull-throughs with picnic table and fire pit. Good spacing between sites. Very clean laundry, restrooms, showers, game room. Heated pool. Excellent Wi-Fi and 4G Verizon service too. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate paid is based on a one week stay. Very clean and well run park. Roads are paved, sites are gravel with a picnic table and grass. Sites are pretty close together. We had very good 4G Verizon signal during our stay so we used our own wi-fi, not the park's. Laundry hours are limited and not posted; very frustrating when you want to do laundry before 10am on Sunday! Next time we are in the area we would probably stay closer to Glacier National Park because this park is 15 miles from the park entrance and adds a lot of mileage to any day spent in the Nat'l Park.
Rate paid is based on one week stay. This is a rustic, older park. Plants are left in their natural state, restroom building is old. The pull through sites are very long and pretty narrow. We had site #4 and it was one of the more private sites (our neighbor was not right in front of our sitting area). We only have slides on one side of our rig, rigs with slides on both sides might have trouble fitting. Too many tress to use our satellite. Very poor Verizon signal here so we used the park's wifi which was decent. The park is convenient to everything in the Bigfork area and the rate is very good for a touristy area. I can only recommend this park for those who don't mind rustic.
The sites are very close together and are quite ugly with dirt and weeds. The redeeming factor for this park is the lovely park space between the sites and the river. Lots of grass and huge cottonwood trees. We enjoyed sitting in the park and relaxing, it would have been very uncomfortable to do that at our picnic table right next to our neighbors rig. We did not try the parks WiFi, but our own Verizon service worked well on 4G. It was very quiet at night. We'll probably try a different park next time we are in the area.
Passport America rate for two night stay. Calling this place a resort is a stretch (the only amenity is laundry), but the sites are enormous and the hosts are friendly. When we stayed here there were only a handful of RV's in this 36 acre park. Very peaceful. Did not use the parks WiFi, but had good internet speed on our own Verizon system.
Excellent campground at an excellent price. Roads and sites are paved. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit and grassy area.
Nine-hole disc golf course on site. Very clean restrooms with showers. The only drawback is they do not provide Wi-Fi. Using our own Verizon service we got good 4G signal. We would definitely stay here again. Very nice park in a beautiful setting.
This park is fine for a one night stay. Gravel sites and roads. Close to the freeway and train tracks (you'll need earplugs to sleep). The price seems high for what you get. We had decent 3G Verizon signal.
Rate paid was based on weekly rate. All the trees and bushes and grassy space make this private RV park feel more like a state park. Decent separation between sites. Quiet at night. Decent park Wi-FI. We also had decent Verizon 3G signal. Moose are seen almost every day in the RV park. The park was full on the weekends and almost full during the week. Lots of families with children stay here.
Rate paid was based on weekly rate. This is a well run, clean park. Decent site separation, picnic table and BBQ/fire ring pit, some grass and a tree at each site. Sites in sections C and D are for short term stays and are larger than sites in sections A and B which are for seasonal stays. They offer WiFi but it was pretty slow. Our own Verizon WiFi was also slow here. We would stay here again if in the area because this park is off highway 24, and the other parks in the area are right on the highway.
Lots of cottonwood trees at this park providing welcome shade, but making it a little difficult to get full satellite service. All sites have a concrete patio and picnic table. Some sites are situated around the pretty pond. Some road noise from nearby Hwy 135 during the day, but very quiet at night. Good laundry facilities. Decent 4G Wi-Fi. We would stay here again.
Rate is based on a two-week stay. The sites are quite close together. It's all about location here, you are two blocks from Main St., Ouray so you can walk to everything in town. The river back-in sites are the best because they provide a cooling breeze and the sound of the river, which is a distraction from how close together the sites are. The Wi-Fi was spotty.
Excellent place to stay near Durango. Rate is based on weekly rate. Close to town, but far enough away to feel like country. The only downside is that most sites share utilities and grassy areas; but we had an end site and only had to share utilities. Lots of grass and trees, HUGE fenced dog meadow, very pet friendly here. Pool was a comfortable 85 degrees. We would stay here again.
Sites are large and well separated, each has a nice ramada and picnic table. Water and electric hookups are on opposite sides of the site, you will need a long water hose. Hwy 550 is right next to the park and is very noisy. Even though you are right next to the Rio Grande river, it is very hard to access. There is no stay limit here so there are a number of long term occupants, they have sites further from the noisy highway. Convenient to all services in Bernalillo and Albuquerque.
Rate paid is based on a one week stay. Excellent location close to all that Santa Fe offers. Park is on a busy street, so there is a lot of road noise. We had one of the premium back-in sites at the back of the park so it was quieter. These sites also back up to a wide band of grass and trees, very pleasant. All sites have a picnic table and are pretty close together. The RV park allows people 21 and up only, and is attached to a 55+ mobile home park. The parks wi-fi was decent. On-site laundry is small, but inexpensive.
Rate paid is based on one week stay. This park is very rustic. Sites are dirt/gravel, some have a picnic table. Sites are pretty close together. There are a number of long-term occupants here and some of those sites look pretty permanent. It is very quiet here. Convenient to hiking in the local mountains and visiting the towns along the Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway. We used our own internet and had decent 4G Verizon service. We enjoyed our stay due to location and quietness, but if this place was full I'd probably want to leave due to the close quarters.
Rate paid is based on one week stay. This park is very basic but it had the best price in town and was convenient to everything we wanted to do in ABQ. It is right next to the freeway so of course there is some freeway noise. Seems like all the perimeter sites have permanent residents (they are neat and tidy, not full of "stuff") and the pull-throughs were mostly occupied by short term customers; there were many one nighters. It's a little far from town, but with the freeway right there it was very quick and easy to get into town.
The only reason this state park did not get a 10 is because the sites don't have sewer. We had a perimeter site and it was spacious with good separation from our neighbors. Restrooms/showers were old but clean. Close to town for services but nice and quiet at camp. We did not try the parks WiFi, but our own 3G Verizon service was good. Would not want to camp here on holiday weekends as it is said to be a zoo! Low occupancy when we arrived on Thursday, then campground was full over the weekend.
Rate is based on a one month stay. Excellent RV park. Sites are large and well separated and each has a nice private sitting area. Even though there are some permanent residents, all sites are neat and tidy. Decent 4G Verizon signal, but the park's WiFi was very slow so we used our own. Close to shopping and only 1.5 miles to downtown Silver City. We would definitely stay here again. I wish all private parks were this well laid out.
The only reason it doesn't get a 10 is lack of sewer hookups. Dump station on site. Site #14 is quite private. Good birding here; many yellow headed blackbirds during our stay. Short drive in to Safford for all services.
Very basic park. Gravel roads and sites. Very close together. Small laundry facilities. Passport America rate with 50amp service. Good 3G Verizon signal. Okay place to stay to access the excellent Chiricahua Nat'l Monument and Fort Bowie.
Rate based on one week stay. Mixed feelings about this park. Pros: very quiet mid-week, it felt like boondocking with full hook ups; some neat trails on the property. Cons: Some trash left in nooks and crannies; people haven't picked up after their pets in a long time; some common areas are dilapidated; no laundry on site; price is high for what you get. That said, I like quirky and rustic over fancy, so I'd probably stay again if in the area.
The only negative is lack of sewer hookups, but there is a dump station. We stayed in pull through site #5 and it was quite unlevel. (Something that was NOT depicted in the website photo.) After leveling though, it seemed to be the best site in the park! It was on a slight hill, and more private than most, with a view of the lake and surrounding hills. If we had slides on both sides of our rig, we might not have fit. Also, there is a steep driveway to the site.
Lots of amenities here. Very clean and well kept park. Fri/Sat nights dinner, Sat/Sun breakfast, live band Friday nights. Rate is based on one week stay. The reason I rated it an 8 is because the sites are just gravel...no plants to soften or provide privacy and sites are pretty close together. Park is quite aways from anything. Decent Wi-Fi.
Rated 9 only because it doesn't have sewer hookups, though there are dump stations on site. This park is gorgeous! Loop B has huge sites with good separation. Loop A has decent sites as well. Ringtail overflow campground with no hookups is not worth the price. Excellent trails close to camp. Excellent restrooms/showers in Loop B. Park is full during high season; the best perimeter sites would have to be reserved well in advance. We LOVED this park and WILL return! Good 4G Verizon signal.
Rate is based on a one month stay. Sites are large. Best sites back up to the desert or a wash but are reserved for returning customers. All utilities are at the back of the site. Most folks had to use one or two extensions for the sewer hose to reach. Management is friendly and helpful and provides some weekly events for the guests. The best part was the trails right from the park that lead to Tucson Mountain Park. The worst part was the distance to any shopping...about 8 miles for groceries. Very quiet at night. Some noise from the nearby shooting range. Our boosted Millenicom/Verizon service worked pretty well. Did not try park Wi-Fi.
Very clean and well appointed park. Some road noise from Pinal Avenue so choose a site farthest from this road. Nightly rate is Passport America. Management at check-in was rather surly (the young kid was friendly though). Review the park map before you come and have an idea where you want to park. With my hubby and cat sitting in the hot truck (no idling engine allowed) and two people waiting in line behind me, they wanted me to choose my site with no guidance from them. On another pass through the office to buy quarters, I was ignored for a couple of minutes before office staff even acknowledged me. Regardless, if there was more for active folks to do in Casa Grande, we would stay here again because the park is excellent. It is just the staff that could use some people skills!
Nice, rustic park. Sites are all back-in and are rather close together. All sites back in to a row of trees and hookups are near the back of the site. It can be a long reach for the sewer hose! Pool and hot tubs are great. Lots of yearly returning snowbirds, plus permanent sites that are nicely kept up. Freeway noise is continuous but you get use to it. There is no Wi-Fi so come with your own or do without. We had so-so 3G service with Millenicom.
Rate is based on monthly stay. Sites are fairly tight, all back-in, between two trees. Don't know why it is called a resort as there are no amenities. This RV park is all about the location, right next to the Bay and a couple of miles from the ocean. Close to many of San Diego's attractions.
Rate is based on one month stay. We LOVE this park. Absolutely beautiful setting. The only dings are the dirt sites (too easy to track it in the rig) and poor internet and cell reception, which is worst at the sites farthest into the park. Truly the best full hook up RV park in San Diego area.
We wanted hookups and laundry for this stay, while we scouted out boon docking sites on BLM land. This park is very clean and friendly. It was only about 10% full and it was nice that sites were assigned well separated from other campers during low occupancy. Parks Wi-Fi worked well with only a few rigs using it. This park looked a lot "nicer" than other parks in town. It is a good option in Q.
This is a beautiful regional park. Lots of lush desert vegetation. We happened to camp here on a Friday/Saturday and found the trails to be very busy on Saturday. The perimeter sites are the best, offering the most privacy. We did not like hearing the shooting range that is just down the street all day long on Saturday; that was the biggest negative about this park.
The only reason I did not rate it 10 is because there is no sewer hookup at the site; otherwise this park is fabulous. South loop is better for big rigs (sites are more level) and the perimeter sites are especially awesome! Got decent 3G service here as well. Fantastic mountain biking trails!
Excellent private RV park. Pretty and quiet with friendly and helpful management. Did not use the parks Wi-Fi (signal strength looked so-so) but found our own Wi-Fi hotspot connection to be up and down. We would absolutely stay here again, perhaps even for a month. Lots of good hiking and cute towns within 20-25 miles.
Largest sites in town. Office, laundry and restrooms/showers were very old and run down. New management in place so hopefully those things will get updated. Pool looked kind of gross but may have just been closed for the season. Very quiet at night. Did not use park Wi-Fi; but our Verizon and Millenicom service worked okay. We had a new electrical pedestal but still experienced brief power outages a couple of times. If sites at the animal sanctuary were available we would stay there. Otherwise we would stay here again over the other parks in town.
This is an okay RV park in a great location right across the freeway from lovely Red Cliffs Recreation Area. There is some freeway noise. Sites are very close together. Sites are too short for super long rigs, we saw several very long rigs trying several spots trying to make them work. We got a $99/week special rate plus $3 resort fee per day. They charge extra for cable/wifi, and 50amp per day! We chose to use our own internet service because it generally has been better than park wifi. Not so here, too surrounded by hills. We ended up buying a truckers antenna from a local store to boost our own wifi and got 4G. I don't think this park should call itself a "resort" but it wasn't horrible either. Probably would try one of the many other options in the area if we were to return to this area.
Being well off highway 15 and with no services in this town, this RV park is VERY quiet. The pull through sites are very tight. Management is helpful. Park Wi-Fi was slow but so was our Millenicom service. Verizon worked fine. After the first night, we paid $13/night using Passport America.
Rate paid was AAA, normally $35/night. Best price in town. Excellent 4G internet signal. It is only one block to the park, library, post office, grocery, cute old downtown, and paved walking/riding path. Quiet at night. We would stay here again.
Excellent campground! Toilets/showers looked like new and showers were free. Many sites were a bit out of level and some have rocks outlining the site that must be watched out for. Only 1/3 of the sites have hookups. Dump station is right across the street.
This park seems to get a lot of one night RV's, plus those in the area for recreation, as we were. It is convenient, but that means next to the freeway, so you get some noise...earplugs work! Sites are pretty close together. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable and the place is clean.
There is a small sign for the RV entrance and it's situated between a gravel holding site and a modular home dealer. Park was very quiet at this time of year. A good bargain and pretty setting in this desert and farmland area. We would stay here again.
No frills park at a good price for the Ketchum/Sun Valley area. Quiet at night, decent Wi-Fi, close to riverside walking trails and the Wood River bike path. We stayed a week and the park was only about a third full.
This was our first RV Park experience ever in our new RV. We are fulltiming. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Laundry/showers excellent and clean. Access to Greenbelt was excellent. No table at most sites; gravel roads; dirt sites. Wi-Fi was good. Far enough off the busy road to be quiet at night. We stayed two weeks.