Senior Federal Parks Pass discount on entire camping/train to the canyon package. This is not a campground: rather a nicely appointed, newer RV park located right in the town of Williams. Concrete pads and interior roads. Pull through and back-in sites available. Clean, neat and grassy between sites. All the bells and whistles: full hook-ups, pool, cable TV, pet resort, fitness room, pub. Some train noise from the spur line which borders one side, and hiway on the other side of this park. No problem with satellite TV, Verizon or aircard reception. We visited to enjoy the entire railroad experience to/from the canyon. Would check out other parks with our next trip.
Paid cash. (Not comfortable using a credit card here.) Hassle to use this park. Check-in at a busy service station on one side of I-40. Not much room to park your rig. Gain keys to padlocks (sewer, water, electricity) when you pay. The actual RV park is on other side of the interstate, with access via a service road. No attendants at the park when we were here. Neatly laid out, long, concrete pads and interior roads. Full hook-ups, 50 amps. Place looks new, but absolutely deserted. Native plants fighting it out with weeds in the islands between pads. No problem with satellite TV, Verizon and aircard reception. Traveler's park. Not much ambiance. Drop the keys in an unlocked (!)drop box on your way out. (Glad we paid cash.)
$37.40 overnight, with senior discount. Fabulously friendly front office team. Felt like home. Could stay here awhile. Requested a satellite friendly area. Led to long, pull through site with full hook-ups. Nicely treed, clean, neatly trimmed, grassy. Verizon and aircard worked without a problem. Unhook your towcar: there are plenty of restaurants and other services in this area. Loved this little gem along I-25 south.
Triple A discounted rate. Nicely level, long pull through site with a clear view of the southern sky. Asked for, and had no problem with satellite TV, Verizon and aircard reception. Been here before. Can always count on friendly service at this neatly managed park along I-80. Good travelers park, however one could stay awhile as a base camp to explore.
Overnight Good Sam Park. New, sweetheart owners from Mississippi. Acres of neatly mown grass with some trees. They are working on improvements to this older park. Has eight, pull through, 50 amp, full hook-up slots: narrow and long, however perfect for overnighters. Park has side-by-side and other sites for longer term camping. Tent sites, lake fishing. Office and supplies (including ice cream freezer). No problems with satellite TV, Verizon cell phone or aircard reception. Did I mention how friendly these folks were? Truly an oasis on I-80.
Looks new. Full hook-up, 50amp, cable TV, picnic table, built in BBQ stand. Pull through and back-in sites: clean, neat and no fuss. Travelers park. Not much ambiance for a destination. Shuttles to the Cabela's store. Good Sam, AARP, Triple A and Cabela's Club discounts. This will be a reliable stop for future trips cross country.
Called roughly 20 minutes before arrival. Friendly guy on the phone. Easy to locate, off service road using exit 34. Big, covered wagon sign. Met by friendly lady. Good Sam and cash discounts. Quiet, neatly laid out spaces, mown grass, small trees. Parked easily in a pull through site, #27 in the back. Long and wide, 50amps. Full hook-ups plus cable TV, picnic table. Verizon phone and aircard weak but functional. Woke to magpies and smell of blooming lilacs. Park nearly full of 5'vers that appear to be seasonal workers. Quiet, peaceful. Could stay here awhile. Asked about closest petrol. Was directed the correct way around the block to a local station.
Old KOA format. Called ahead while traveling 1-15. Friendly lady at office noted they would be closed by the estimated time of our arrival, but come on in and pick any site. Far north end of town. Small sign. Doesn't get much traffic. Was met at 6pm by friendly guy who pointed out a nice, long pull-through site: 17B. 50amp on pedestal 17A. Packed gravel mixed with grass pads. Jumbled looking, rough around the edges, older park: but it was quiet. Couple longer term rigs here. Rough interior roads. Verizon and aircard worked fine.
Just magnificent setting, roughly 15 miles east of Temecula, on hiway 79. A classy, well managed, golf-themed resort with acres of grass, landscaping, ponds and fountains; nested in rugged, high desert ambiance. This is a high end, ownership park that rents full hook-up, concrete pad sites. There are rig restrictions (age, length); no toy-haulers, ATVs, campfires or tent camping available. Originally owned by Outdoor Resorts, who now plays a minor role in the resort. Strongly recommend the homeowner association: fairwayassociates.com website for the best rental opportunities. Easy going, friendly staff and homeowners team. Robust hook-ups, 100 amps at each pedestal (50, 30, 20 amp plugs), cable TV, even DSL hook-ups for longer-term stays. Verizon cel, air-card and satellite TV all worked with ease. Plenty of absentee owners translates to a wide variety of rental sites: all are back-ins, plus a handful of pull-ins on a mesa overlooking the course. Basic concrete pads to over-the-top, outdoor entertainment centers range from $450 to $850 month at this post. Daily and weekly site rentals also available. Posted rate based on our monthly plus electricity. Resort has multiple spotless laundry, pools and restroom/showers strategically located about. Has a great recreation center with workout room, honor library, activity rooms, etc. Propane available onsite for the portable pots; RVs have access to a local delivery service. Little market recently changed hands: working on a liquor license and increased supplies. Lakeside Cafe is open Thursday through Sunday. All kinds of walking opportunities: with or without a dog. Has a nice off-leash dog area as well. This is back country: coyote, raccoons, crows are kept in check by meticulous resort trash management. Plenty of birdwatching and social activities (see each month's activities on-line). Easy to join in, or just enjoy the mild weather and sunsets in solitude: your choice. We will be back.
Dry camping right on the beach: the actual number of 'campsites' is just a guess. You are literally at the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Camping on the beach, with miles of fabulous sand dunes to your back. Access is roughly one mile south of Pier Avenue, or 3 miles south of Grand Avenue off hiway 1. Just south of Pismo Beach. There are good instructional signs at these access points. Check out the website for details. This is ATV heaven in So Cal, so be prepared. Can be crowded at holidays. Can be windy too with blowing sand and salt spray. Not a place to take a heavy 45-foot monster rig, but for the more nimble campers, the views are just magnificent.
Good Sam rate for 50 amp full hookups. Silver Spur Riding Stables are next door. Robust well water but use a filter. Not a fussy park, a little rough and rundown around the edges. It backs up to the Oceano State Dunes protected areas. Divided into two levels. The lower is wind protected with easy access to the office, meeting areas and the better facilities. The upper area has better views and access for walking those magnificent dunes. Large enough pull through sites for the most extravagantly long rigs and trailers. Back-in sites are just too narrow: they'll situate you every other site when possible. No dune buggy, ATV or off-road vehicles allowed to run in this park as there is no direct access to the beach. Must be trailered to beach access areas just down highway. Generally not as packed over the high summer season, as there are no pools, playgrounds or the direct beach access folks generally seek out when traveling with children. Laundry, restrooms, showers can be marginal. There are long term seasonals who (with the exception of one) keep their sites nice with gardens and bird feeding stations. We extended into monthly increments, cutting the nightly price nearly in half.
Good Sam rate for 30amp full hookups. Verizon cell and aircard reception was good. Green, clean and neat. Easy access on highway 1, however the mostly local traffic dies down in the evenings. Amtrak runs by here someplace, but was far enough away to not be an issue. Newer owners wrestling with upgrading this small, older park to meet requirements of modern RVs. Owners and hostesses were customer oriented, friendly and delightful. Had problems with the 30amp power box and they had it replaced pronto. There are only a couple 50amps sites: generally the larger sites which are all taken by long-term seasonals. Located far enough from the beach to support grass, lush bushes, trees: very welcoming. Pick your site carefully if you need satellite access. Office has some supplies, but one is close enough to Grover Beach, Arroyo Grande and Pismo Beach to shop til you drop. Clean pool, laundry, showers and restrooms at this gated park. Even has a child friendly sandbox play area. We extended our stay and moved sites several times. All sites include a table and fire ring, but are just too close for all the paraphenalia that most folks want to enjoy when camping. Strongly recommend removing each fire-pit and impliment a dozen COMMUNITY fire rings scattered strategically about. Would foster better RV camper relations.
Good Sam Rate for 50 amp, full hook-ups. Good power and water. Satellite friendly (tie that dish down, beach winds). Verizon cell and air-card reception. Just a delightful, friendly front office team! Good news here: one is out of ear shot from the local high school, cement and water treatment plants up the road. Then there is the fact this park is located across the dead-end street from the dunes, beach and unsurpassed views of Morro Rock. Summers are slammed here so they limit stays for 14 days in 14 days out. Would love to revisit at a slower pace in the spring, fall or winter. Another fine older park with sites set up for 1940's rigs, however they have carved out nice long spaces for big rigs, and little cul-de-sacs for those of us who can accommodate back-ins. It works as long as your neighbor isn't set on nightly bon fires. No self respecting grass will survive this close to a windy beach, so the pads are packed sand/gravel with paved streets. Laundry, restrooms, showers were ridden hard, but everything worked and were kept clean. No mean feat with this kind of summer traffic. Will be back.
Price noted was a full hook-up, 50amp, double wide site. (Single wide sites $40/night). No discounts, weekly, or monthly rates from May through October. Good power and water. Satellite friendly, Verizon cell and air-card reception without issue. Park is situated on both sides of Atascadero Road, which also borders a High School, water treatment plant, cement plant and ultimately dead-ends, 3 blocks away at yet another RV park and the beach. Relatively quiet except when school is in session. School PA system announcements are hilarious: learned all about senior ditch day. Then there was the grossly out of tune band practice sessions. No sleeping-in here. This is an unique park as it is relatively new: sites are laid out for RV's built in this century. Generously wide and long with appropriately positioned hook-ups and heavy duty tables. Fire rings are available. However, the all gravel, no grass matrix yields a kind of industrial feel. Only ambiance is around the park's perimeter with well cared for trees, shrubs and flower beds. No dog doo here. Walk those puppies along the paved interior streets or outside the park. Neat and clean office, laundry, bathroom, shower area combined in couple park models at the entrance. Friendly host who has no experience RV'ing. Will bounce you around from site to site for longer stays.
Took advantage of their early May pre-season special: pay 3 days and get the 4th free for full hook-ups 50amps. Has satellite friendly sites, good power, water and Verizon cell and aircard access with no drama. What a deliciously cool location, with easy access from old highway 1 or off 101 through the town of Pismo. Probably the most classy resort in the greater area, high standards with ownership shares. Very professional and friendly front desk team. Gated resort with spotless laundry, bathrooms, showers. Has meeting rooms, cafe, a mini-store with robust selection of gifts, wines, t-shirts, RV supplies and groceries. Solid surface sites, grassy lawns, mature trees and shrubs. Easy walk over the dune/berm to the famous Pismo Beach where one can literally walk for miles soaking up the Pacific Ocean. This entire coastline gets jammed during hot California summers. Reservations are needed from Memorial Day through Labor Day. We were fortunate to enjoy this fine park before the summer crush of humanity. The sites include a table and fire ring, but are just too close for all the paraphenalia that most folks want to enjoy when camping. We are so over the fire at each site thing when parked so close to each other! Recommend replacing individual fire rings with a dozen COMMUNITY fire sites scattered strategically about. Would foster better RV camper relations.
Older park with all the associated issues: narrow interior roads, tight corners and cramped sites. They've carved out a couple rows of overnighter, pull-through sites that are much longer and wider than those occupied by the longer-term residents. Pleasant front office was a delight after a long day on the road.
Excellent value and a perfect location to visit Old Tucson Studios and the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museums. We requested one of the 50amp sites facing the Tucson Mountain and Saguaro National Parks. Were rewarded with a sumptuously long and wide site with spectacular desert, mountain views. All new and robust hook-ups. Easy cell phone, air-card and satellite TV reception. It's not a high polish, high roller, meticulously managed resort. (Those are fun too). However this park celebrates a can-do attitude of friendliness as it integrates the RVer into desert nooks and crannies within the park. Rating is a compromise. Pilot prefers wider access roads and was not impressed with the cluttered ambience. Co-pilot loved the new hook-ups, delightful front office team and strategically placed chairs along the desert trails to just sit with a glass of wine.
A very nice port to find in the teeth of a nasty, early winter storm. Great signage and easy access from 1-10. We were greated warmly by the office staff, then led to a level, clean, sufficiently long and wide enough, pull-through site. Park looks brand new with no fuss, 50amp, full hook-ups. No problems with cell phone or air-card reception. New, spotless bath, shower and laundry rooms. Sure made it easy to extend our stay to enjoy a bit of New Mexico hospitality!
Neat and clean RV park, some road noise but not a deal-breaker. Price noted was for a 50amp, full hook-up, level pull-through site with a clear view of the southern sky for DirecTV. Thanks to a wonderful workcamping couple for the over-the-phone guidance on the best route in and for situating us in a nice long pull-through site. Was nice not to unhook the tow-car after a long day on the road. A perfect location for on and off I-35: however, if you are traveling Kansas turnpike-35, this park is too far for an overnight stop.
For a park nearly full of seasonal working folks, this was an amazingly quiet overnight stop on 1-20 across Texas. The front office was closed for Thanksgiving, however they left clear instructions for available sites and checking in. Thank-you! Price noted was for a full hook-up, 50amp, pull-through site #72 which was delightfully long enough. It had a clear view of southern sky and the Verizon cell phones and air-card worked perfectly. Previous reviewers are correct: it's tight maneuvering around all the one-way passages. Never met the staff, however, the neighbors were friendly and quiet. Strictly an overnighter spot: but the ease on/off the freeway and a quiet night's sleep means this is marked on my map for return trips.
Easy on and off I-20 using exit #294, this RV traveler's park is just a couple miles outside Abilene and a pleasant surprise! The location, roughly a mile off the interstate keeps road noise at a minimum. Fabulously long pull-through sites made maneuvering a breeze, with plenty of distance between neighbors. 30/50amp power, clean, robust water pressure (use a regulator), couple sewer outlets per site and a clear view of the southern sky rounds out the feature list. Verizon air-card was sluggish but usable. Cell phones worked without issue. Although we did not use it, the little bathroom/laundry house was clean and neat as a pin. Several longer-term units scattered about and yes: there's a couple fierce little chihuahuas running loose when we stayed here. Friendly owner and no hassles for the traveler. We'll be back.
Based on RVparkReviews we checked out this Iowa State Park, and liked what we found. Stayed a week in a full hookup, back-in site that faced the lake. I think there's only 30amps here, however neither ours nor the 43-foot big-rig a couple spaces down seemed to need more juice this time of year. First tier of campsites back up to new playground equipment and block-style bathrooms/showers. We used neither, however both were cleaned regularly and neat. Lush grasses, groomed trees and trimmed landscaping grace the ample spaces between sites and add to the entire ambiance at this 1062-acre park surrounding an 171-acre, no-wake Lake Anita. Understand the lake is stocked with largemouth bass, crappies, bluegill: a popular fishing hole with concrete boat ramps. Great blue heron, deer, squirrels and the occasional fisherman greet you on the bike/walking trails. Separate areas for tent camping and day-use picnicking with several strategically placed dumpstations at exit points. Little town of Anita's 18-hole golf course is just over the hill, however not accessible from the State Park area. There were no additional fees for visitors, day-use, pets, or even extra kids. Sturdy fire-pits with grates at each campsite, and better yet, there are several cute eateries less than a mile away in town. Clear view of the southern sky for satellite TV and full-reception on Verizon air-card and cell phones. Are we in Heaven? No, just Iowa.
For just an overnighter, this park is not so optimum. The suburban location on rather busy streets makes for somewhat frustrating access. No true pull-through sites unless (as others here have noted) you are the first in. Price noted is for a full hookup, back-in site on lean gravel. Beautiful trees grace the park, however had no problem with satellite TV, Verizon air-card or cell phone reception. Cheerful, exuberant office lady coordinating the evening check-ins like an air-traffic controller. She got us all in like a pro: had a full house by dark and it was quiet. Can attest to this park's big-rig accessibility as two magnificent 45-footers with tow vehicles, maneuvered with ease into the last remaining pull through sites before dark.
A small park located beside a nice Best Western. Friendly check-in complete with a plate of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies! All pads are paved, however it would be ugly tight if this park was full. Easy satellite TV, Verizon air-card and cell phone reception. Price paid was for full hookups on a level, pull-through pad that was long enough to forego unhooking for the night. An excellent location for an overnighter while traveling I-40. Easy walk to Denny's for grand-slam suppers.
Rate is based on a monthly stay for full hookups (including cable TV) in a premium, back-in site. Electricity is then metered and paid separately. Plenty of elbow room with extra-wide spaces to park tow vehicles and still have room for your own tables, chairs and such. Second year we've over-wintered at this delightful, gated resort. Enjoyed the pristine pools, modern workout facilities, mild winter weather and gregarious snow-birds! The laundry, showers and restrooms are spotless. The front office ladies are welcoming, customer focused and delightful. Cannot comment on the Tengo Wi-Fi, as we long ago converted to Verizon air-cards for hassle-free internet communications. No problems with satellite TV or Verizon cell reception. This resort is located in a desert area not far from Palm Springs, so anticipate miserable heat in the summer: however there's an active bunch of year-round folks who'll just adopt you if you look the slightest bit wilted or lost! An amazing resort team: I'm sure we'll return.
Price reflects a Good Sam discount for a full hook-up, level, pull-through site. Ok, our site was just barely long enough to squeak into without unhooking the tow-car for the night. Another friendly, quiet, easy access place to rest overnight while traveling I-40. No problems with satellite TV, Verizon cell phone or air-card reception.
Price reflects a Triple A discount for a full hookup, pull-through site that was long enough to accommodate our rig and tow car without unhooking for the night. The entire park, office and gift shop areas were neat and clean as a whistle: very inviting and refreshing. We took advantage of, and enjoyed the on-site BBQ dinner. There is an active train line across the street, however the local airport take-off pattern was more of a sleep nuisance than the trains. Satellite TV, Verizon air-card and cell phone reception was strong. From our perspective: this is a friendly, customer-focused, clean, safe, level overnight place to park, eat and sleep before hitting I-40 the next morning.
Price reflects no discount: however they will discount if you have their KOA card. We were escorted to a well-groomed, dead-level, full hookup, pull-through site that was wide enough and long enough for our rig and tow car without unhooking. Park signage is minimal at best: however Trailer Life directions got us in without a problem. The park has beautiful tall trees and they have made good use of lush, blooming oleander as privacy hedges between the sites. Satellite TV, Verizon air-card and cell phone all performed strongly. The location and no-fuss friendly office makes this park perfect for our overnighter needs when traveling I-40.
Price noted is for a full hook-up, pull-through with AAA or Good Sam discount. A tad high priced for off season in the middle of nowhere, however there are limited choices on this portion I-5. Not a destination rather a safe, new, clean, big-rig friendly stop on your way up/down the central valley. Great cell phone, air-card and satellite TV reception. There is easy on and off roadway with multiple newly-built fuel and restaurant options.
One is between a rock and a hard place for a classy, full hook-up site in this portion of the California. It is easy to drive past the Fairgrounds sign and not so easy to turn around in this older town. One has to drive through the school parking lot to access the park. It is just a place to pull-in and plug-in and, yes Highway 101 is terrible here.
We enjoyed an off season rate for a nice pull-through with patio, chairs and table. A peaceful park with full hook-ups. Our cell phones, air-card and satellite TV worked without issue. Half dozen stored trailers and park models yield a tired, cobbled look upon entry; however the warm, friendly staff helped offset that first impression.
We were pleasantly surprised! It is off the beaten 101 path, but easy to get in/out from highway 199. There were relaxed off-season rates The staff is friendly. It was uncrowded, level, and comfortable. There was strong satellite TV, but cell phone/air-card reception was a bit slow. Numerous close-by trails to soak up magnificent old redwood groves and the Smith River. We would revisit.
The strong points are: a stunning location on north bank Rogue River complete with working pier and boat launch; sweetheart manager who not only enjoys helping, she's good at it. Weak points are: the awkwardly steep entry from very narrow north bank river road inland from 101. Drive the center line; take it slow. Rates are too high for off season as the river is too low for the jet boats/fishing. The park has a claustrophobic feeling. It just looks and feels tired, however everything (50 amps, water, sewer) works. There is a clear view of southern sky for satellite TV and cell phone/air-card reception. Due to the driving hassle to get into this park, it's not a great overnighter location. Plan to stay a while: unwind and relax.
Enjoyed this park so much we revisited on the return trip. Acres of well-kept lawns and cool trees set on backdrop of the Columbia River. High marks for plenty of elbow room between sites, walking paths and friendly staff. Choose site based on whether you need clear view of southern sky. No nearby crossings, so all you hear is train rumble: no horns. Loved this one.
Big rig friendly: easy in/out, level, 50amps and clear view of southern sky. Pull throughs, back-ins and several choice nose-ins. Off season yields more elbow room between neighbors. Great base camp for exploring area, or just vegging in the provided chairs by the river. Friendly and informative staff! We'll be back.
Finally Astoria has a classy alternative to the very busy Fort Stevens State Park, or the pricey/crowded Warrenton/Seaside KOA! Big-rig friendly RV park overlooking magnificently lush new golf course. Right off business-101 in south Astoria: 25 level, packed-gravel, 30/50amp, pull-through sites and face-ins completed at this post. Cable TV, Wi-Fi, clubhouse and plenty of grassy elbow-room. Excellent satellite and cell reception. Misses a 10 as septic/dump station and laundry still off site. (Oregon growth initiatives are very slooooow). Saavy, outgoing owners are a delight! Wonderfully close to all the fabulous history and sites of Astoria. We'll be back!
Husband rates this park a 6 due to low hanging branches and open bathroom/laundry design yielding privacy/ventilation challenges. I rate a strong 7 for beautiful ambiance, friendly front office, cleanliness and ease of access to 101. Packed gravel internal roads with grass parking pads. Price noted w/o sewer hookup. Limited Verizon cel/broadband service. This one will appeal to those who are rustic travelers at heart: overlook some rough edges in exchange for a magnificent setting.
Perfect for RVers looking for safe, clean, level, no-hassle pull-through sites in South Newport Bay area: 50amps, cable TV, cell-phone and broadband reception. Sparkling new bathrooms, showers, laundry area separate from the heavier used marina facilities. Too closely packed for open fires, tables, but plenty of bbq's and crab boiling pots going: smelled heavenly! Deliciously cool summer base-camp: unhook the tow-car/bikes and explore to your hearts content!
Modern, well-planned and orchestrated RV park. Choice of bay view w/marina or Umpqua River view as it flows into the Pacific. Had a chance to enjoy both. Magnificent. Daily rate noted, drops if your stay extends into weekly increments. Level paved sites with grass, table and fire-pits. Facilities clean, neat as a pin with the friendliest caretakers. No problems w/ satellite TV, broadband, cel reception: or extending our stay. Front office, check-in was delightfully efficient and friendly! We'll be back.
Cool, green oasis in the middle of nasty, early summer, northern California fires. Easy access from I-5. Quiet, clean and friendly. Plenty of pull-through sites for anyone needing just a day without unhooking: 50amps/full hook-ups, level gravel, grass side yards, table and flowers. Plenty of dog walking territory. Couple longer-term folks based here with the firefighting efforts, but their sites as with the entire park and facilities are crisp, clean and modern. Can catch satellite TV reception in most sites. Would enjoy revisiting!
Thanks to RV Park Reviews, we stopped here on the way up I-5. All easy pull-through sites on level gravel. Wee, tiny bit of grass and park bench between sites, 50amp full hook-ups, satellite dish and cell phone worked nicely. Friendly front desk with Good Sam, Triple A and AARP discounts. Pull-through sites too cozy for long-term stays but plenty long for big-rigs and leaving tow-vehicle hooked up. Hot in July, so windows closed with AC/fan overnight, but only heard robins singing when opened the rig up for morning coffee and breakfast. Checked out the clean bathrooms and pool area with morning walk. Convenient ARCO station to top off the tank before hitting the road again. This one is marked on the map for return visits.
Grand, palm tree lined entry on the west (new side) of Hemet. Easy access pull-through sites for overnighters, clubs and big rigs. Front desk was friendly, knowledgeable: determined our wants (quiet) and located us w/back-in. Plenty of space for tow-car, patio chairs and then some. Things must have changed since that May 2005 review, as folks have bikes, BBQs and holiday decorations out and undisturbed. Clubhouse sparkles: pools, workout room, new laundry, meeting rooms. Wow. Classics to brand-new park-models sprinkled about the perimeters. Park seems to cater to adults: volleyball, horseshoes, water polo; but we saw behaved teens joining in. Friendly snowbirds from Canada and northern US abound. Enjoyed our stay.
Convenient I-90 access. We stayed several days as mini-base camp: touring area in tow-car. Great tree sites, but we opted for tree-less (sites 61 - 64) for satellite TV reception. Popular weekend campground; multiple boat ramps accessing this magnificent river. Cleared out nicely during the week. Typical old river town: this older campground is surrounded by low-rent neighborhood. Felt out-of-place in new model RV.
Exit ramp and access has changed since 2007 Trailer Life publication! Lost in Vegas (sounds like a TV show) so called the main number and they helped us find our way in. Rate reflects Triple A discount. Raging windstorm forced change in our plan/mad scramble to locate stopover: usually we pass Vegas by. Clean, neat, level concrete pads, efficient and friendly front desk. Our pull-through site was incredibly noisy from trucks air-braking for exit ramp: even drowned out planes approaching McCarran Airport. Very large RV resort, so will request quieter spot if we pass this way again. So much available on-site, we did not even unhook tow-vehicle. Waited out the 2-days of howling winds with excellent Verizon air-card satellite TV, and cell-phone reception. Good news: the winds kept adjoining construction team grounded while we were here: so can't comment on the morning reveille other reviewers have noted. Who sleeps in Vegas anyway?
I rated 8, husband rated 6. Great ranger staff, clean, new facilities. We had off-season pick of rather few places for larger RVs, with that fabulous desert-evening quiet. Watched Super Bowl with ease on satellite TV. Rest of RV crowd was at newer resorts in town. Pass by, if in-season, as there are too few level sites for larger RVs, or if you have young kids to entertain, or if you are not into hiking, biking, and just contemplating life.
Sad little park. The staff was almost too eager to help us to our site, free weekend if we listened to a membership presentation. Perched on a cliff with our back-end lower than front: precarious at best. We don't recommend this park for big-rigs! New management trying to overcome devastating southern California fires which left this place 80% charred. We wish them the best,but will not re-visit.
This initially was our home-base RV park to visit family, grandkids in the area. With the widest, paved sites we've ever seen, sparkling clean bath/shower areas, and 29-day stay limit to keep RVs from growing roots, this is the ONLY place to stay in the greater Temecula area. Easy access to: Vegas-style Pechanga Casino complete with top-name acts, plus Temecula area wineries, eateries and services. All cellular, air-card computer and satellite TV reception available. Note: weekends are 100% packed with club RV rallys and a veritable who's who of high-rollers mixed with classics: people and RVs. Missed a '10' rating due to the constant boom-town atmosphere of heavy equipment noise building neighboring golf courses, boutique shopping, etc.
Great owners operating this park. No problems extending our stay. Opted for the newer section which was secluded and surrounded by great scenery. Had cellular, air-card computer and satellite TV reception, full hook-ups, beautiful location and quiet: all for $22/night! Understand ALL area parks get crazy during the Sturgis rally, however at 1 month previous, we had plenty of elbow-room and decided to base-camp here to tour entire corner of the state.
Pleasant front desk and clean, gated park. Sites very close to each other. Only real issue was the incredibly busy highway literally on-top of this RV park; noisy and a challenge for larger rigs to ease into and out-of traffic to enter campground.
We fell in love with this place. Initially booked for 3 days, stayed for 2 weeks with improved nightly rates. Front office team; the best we've ever encountered. Patiently walked us through our first WiFi computer hook-up as NO cellular or computer air-card reception when we visited. The proximity to Zion National Park was the initial draw; however, this RV park became an excellent base-camp to enjoy the broader spectrums of St. George, Cedar City and highway 89 through Zion and into Coral Pink Sand Dunes. If it didn't freeze for weeks on end, we would winter over here.
This was a great spot for us to unwind for a couple days. Easy access from I-29, yet far enough from the freeway to enjoy quiet evenings. Close to new Lewis and Clark visitor's center, expansive lake and the little community of Onawa for groceries, fuel and restaurants. Had good cel phone, computer air-card and satellite TV reception.
We stayed several weeks here. Bare-bones bath and shower areas. Weekdays are peaceful, quiet: birding, fishing at dawn, walking trails, magnificent sunsets. Warning: this is THE place for the local weekend-warriors who arrive like clock-work Friday evenings with truckloads of dogs, kids, bicycles, bbqs, firewood and attitude. We spent weekends holed-up in the RV enjoying the complete nightmare of drunken humanity through the windows. Rangers do not reappear until Monday mornings: assess the damage and share stories of even nastier weekends past.
A pleasant surprise quite close to all things San Diego. We stayed in the upper section for three months: August through October. Monthly rate was a considerable break over daily rate. Upper section roomier, newer, easier to align our satellite TV dish. Site a bit narrow, but not a problem for a 32-foot, double-slide motorhome, with tow-car parked in front. Several folks obviously here long-term, however all RV's were newer models and the sites were well maintained. Landscaping was beautiful! Handyman/gardener was approachable, helpful and comfortable with people. Immaculate front office and lounge. Classy bath, shower and laundry areas. No problem with Verizon phone and air-card computer access. REALLY enjoyed the no-campfire environment. We rated conservatively as we watched longer RV's struggle to maneuver and, although accessability was great, the I-15 freeway noise was hard to ignore.