After busting our brains trying to find a place to stay in this area a few days (there's hundreds of parks) we chose this from the Passport America website. The normal rate is $24 - $12 with the discount. We were only staying 4 nights and took the chance. The park is older, but very clean and well kept. Like most in this area, there are many seasonals who make this their winter home - which turned out to be a plus. As soon as we backed in we were invited by our neighbors to the 4pm "grazing". The park is well north of major roads so very quiet, yet near grocery stores and Wal-Mart. We'd stay here again.
The office and entrance are very well kept up. If you're only staying a day or week, you'll be assigned to the front row which is very near the greenbelt and Boise River and not bad if you don't look back. However each row behind deteriorates quickly. Staying a month, we were assigned a spot in row three. The trees were infested with aphids that accumulated on the roof and awning (two consecutive years) and the neighbors were not anyone you would want to engage: wearing ankle bracelets from some sort of arrest. The neighboring RV's were very run down: some being more than 30 years old. This is unfortunate as the park could be very nice if it would only cater to the travelling RV'er with stricter rules on who stays year-round. We will not stay there again.
It is not a bad park, but not spectacular either. It's out of Rupert 16 miles so get groceries first. We stayed early in the season while passing through therefore the water was not turned on yet, nor was the dump station open. It's a quiet lake with a lot of walking and bike trails as well as a National Wildlife Refuge area. There is fishing only, no swimming.
This is a great base for exploring Utah, and conveniently located off I-15. There's not a lot of shade trees, but each site comes with a covered patio. the views of the mountains are excellent and the small marina is within the park. There's a very nice bike trail that goes clear to town. Quiet except for the small aircraft training facility adjacent to the park. You'll here those during the daytime.
This is definitely one of the better RV parks in the New Orleans area. Be sure to request a water site. The park provides free shuttle to downtown, but if you stay at home it's fun watching yachts go by. They've suffered a bit from recent hurricanes, but working to keep the park restored. I'd definitely stay again.
If you're setup for some dry camping, this is the best place to be in the Moab area. So quiet and dark at night. We were able to acquire a first come first serve site that had 360 degree views - close to all the arches hiking. I understand next year will be by reservation only so reserve early.
This is by far the best RV park in the valley. The lots are rented from owners (see website) and many have the option to also rent a coach house that is also on the property. I would recommend doing that - it adds a lot to the experience. Our coach house had a bath and washer and dryer. The park is beautiful and the people very friendly. Besides the pool, there is a fabulous club house complete with work out room.
This park was surprisingly nice. Yes, there were some year round residents, but they were hard to find as all their rigs were near new. The managers were extremely friendly and it was a great base to visit El Paso. We felt totally safe.
We were very disappointed. There were many year round residents in older rigs. We were assigned a spot between two permanent residents,one with three small children and a baby, along with three yapping chihuahua's left in a pen. This used to be a KOA and has degraded. The sites are dirt and dust with little vegetation yet. On the plus side there are lots of trees. This might be OK for an overnight stay, but not worthy of Trailer Life's rating of 9 or the price to stay here.