We stayed here during off season and I could imagine how beautiful this place will be during summer time with all the green trees and flowers. We haven't been here before so, we asked for a pull-through site and it was a big mistake. All the pull through sites are located further from the lake and there's no trees or flowers. If you are planning to stay here, make sure you ask them a site near the lake. There's so many trees, flowers, and etc. Bathroom building looked old and dirty from outside but, it was one of the cleanest & spotless bathroom with shining tiles. They have 3 "huge" glass door showers with shelves for your shampoos which I loved! The shower was so big and it was my first time not touching the walls during shower. However, they don't have a privacy in the dressing area. Actually, there's no dressing area. You have to get dressed in the middle of the bathroom and you got to make sure no one walks in to use bathroom while you are naked. Please save your laundries to your next stop. The laundry room was very tiny and not clean. Even though it was a nice property, I think charging $40 a night was way to expensive.
I should say the RV park is located in a beautiful setting. They have lake, river, mountain, bridge, fishing area, and etc. However, it's been managed very poorly. It's a run down place. If they don't have KOA sign & Kabins, you would never guess it's KOA. You can totally tell the management team does not care. I've been to many older facilities but, if the management team have dignity and love of the place, you can totally tell the place is been taking care of very well. This place? Nope! Not at all. The rangers were not helpful at all. It might be different during summer time when all the trees are green and it will help them look better. However, it will be a good place for fishing, boating, and walking with your dog. They have a state park like camp ground. Endless natures. Just not managed well. If you will stay here, make sure to ask them to get you a spot across the little bridge. Sites near the office are so narrow and have no privacy. But, the sites across the bridge have more nature to enjoy with privacy. The shower was clean yet the way the drain set up in the shower was not working well. I ended up shower in a puddle.. If you are a light sleeper, you should not go there. There's a railroad so near by and I almost had an heart attack when I first heard the loudest train pass by middle of the night. It happens several times at night.
If you are a nature lover, this is the place. This RV park is located on the valley where hundreds of red woods are with river running. I recommend this place than other state park in Big Sur area. This place much more like State Park. We were there when it was raining and it was so beautiful. I wished we could stay there longer. However, the shower was not a great experience. The shower room wasn't heated. Very cold specially when it is raining out.Staffs are very very friendly as well. Still I would definitely go back there and next time I will stay longer.
Very clean, nice, and small camp ground. I had hard time walking my dog because there wasn't enough grass area and the camp ground was tiny. However, there facilities were on great condition. Nice and clean pool area (music playing), bathroom, shower, and laundry. They only have 2 laundry machine so, you have to chose a right timing to do your laundry otherwise you will ended up spending whole day waiting. It's very much like KOA.
It was kind of an "if-y" place just by reading other reviews on this place but, we had no other place to stay over night. However, it turns out to be a great place. The owner so nice & polite and the ranger was so great!! Very polite and works very hard. I could tell he was so thankful to work there. There were many over nighters when we were there and none of them seems like they have problem with the place. Wide and long enough site so, we didn't have to unhitch. Bathroom/Shower was an old facility but, spotless! I don't know how it would be during there peak season with many many children running around, however, we had great time staying over night!
It was our over-night stop and we will definitely be back Crossville area to stay in this KOA. What a beautiful set up they got! It is sitting on top of the hill with the cherry blossom tree entrance. It was a foggy day and it was so beautiful to look down & around the area. Good enough grass area with large enough dog walk. It was 4 miles off of I-40 and it was worth to drive extra 4 miles because we had the soundless night! Many KOA's are located right off of highway for convenience, yet this was so beautiful and quiet which made me feel worth a 4 mile drive. They got 4 private bathroom & shower as well. The laundry room was a bit small but, who wants to do laundry when you have great view & air to breath!! The birds were singing non stop during day time and frogs were crying at night. Wonderful place and will definitely be back to stay longer to enjoy more!
Very nice spot with great staff. Though it doesn't have public bathroom, shower, store, & propane gas. It's got large grass area and trees. Close to downtown Austin. The foggy morning in this park is breathtaking. The fogs are so thick and you find your own RV yet, it is so beautiful. We will definitely come back.
Great place to stay though the sites were very narrow and tight. Well managed and offers many services and facilities. Enjoyed the resort style pools & hot tub. They separated "family pool" and "adult pool" so you get to enjoy your pool time nice & quiet. The breakfast @ Rick Cafe was a pleasure. Nice sunny room with great service and food. They had RV washing crews in the resort so, you can get your RV cleaned whenever you want. Great site and will definitely return!
There's no scenery in this RV park. It's just a huge parking lot. not a much of a place to walk your dog. HOWEVER, the staffs were nice & friendly. Bathroom was clean and they had private shower. After long hours of driving it was a bonus to use their indoor hot tub to get rid of the muscle aches.