This was our first visit to this RV park, but it will not be our last. We have stayed at some of the more expensive RV parks in the area, but other than "snob appeal" they cannot touch Indian Waters. Lots of grass around and you can chose a grass or gravel site. Two swimming pools, one of which seems to be used for water polo or exercise classes, leaving the other one free for swimming or floating. Very convenient for the whole Palm Springs area. Nice walks around the park with ponds and 2 huge dog parks with grass. Two different areas with showers, toilets and laundry, so you do not have to go very far from your site. Lots to do if you want to, and the snowbirds there for the winter are very friendly. My wife attended a jewelry class and still talks about it and gets compliments on the bracelets she made. Free waffles, juice and coffee EVERY morning. Love it. We shall return to this park.
We love this RV park and stay here every time we visit the San Diego area. Nice level sites, but some are a bit narrow for newer RVs with big slides on both side. They will fit, but it will be tight on the site. Very friendly staff. Nice clean showers and laundry and spread out at different locations on the park. Lots of in park activities if you want to join in. Nice restaurant in walking distance in the marina with nightly specials. More good restaurants nearby and big outlet mall a few miles south. Good walks around the marina, and found one tree with 2 blue heron nests. Lots of other birds around. We shall stay here again.
Nice KOA for an overnight stay since there is not much else in the area. Gravel sites that are level with good hookups. Showers and toilets are clean and although it is close to I-70, there is really no road noise.
Nice campground not too far from I-25, but not much traffic noise. Great views of sunsets over the mountains. Lots of grass, nice long pull-throughs available, and lots are level with good hookups. Very clean toilets and showers, and very friendly staff and owners. We stay here every time we are in the area. Nice dog walk, and park is very pet friendly.
Good stopping off point from I-40 with clean showers and restrooms. Free coffee and breakfast in the morning. Big pull-throughs for RV and toad, with good hookups. Very friendly owner/manager. We shall stay again.
We have stayed here many times before, and loved it, but were a bit disappointed this time. Toilets and showers were not very clean, and staff spent a lot of time standing outside the main office door smoking and drinking coffee. Site was level and plenty of room, with good hookups. We shall probably go somewhere different next time.
As others have said, this is what an RV park should be. Many great spots overlooking the lake, friendly staff, and just a short walk to the casino. Showers and laundry located in at least 3 different areas of the park so you are never far away. Kayaks and paddle boats are available to take out on lake. Nice level sites and good hookups. Very relaxing stay and we will return.
We have stayed here many times on our way home, and it is a great park. Level sites, good Wi-Fi and cable. Rest rooms are very clean and management and staff are friendly. Pet friendly and nice dog walk at edge of park. Easy on and off I-25 with gas/diesel at the exit if you need it. We shall stay here again.
Very close to highway, but noise is not too bad. Nice level sites, good hookups, Wi-Fi and cable. Free limo service to the Big Texan Steak Ranch which is just down the road. Great steak dinner and nice ambiance and if you can eat a 72oz steak it is free! We would stay here again just to go to the steak ranch.
This is an older park in the woods that has been recently renovated with new roads and sites. Huge, long site and good hook-ups. The best part is that it is a short walk to the diamond crater to look for your fortune! We sifted dirt for two days and did not find any diamonds, but the lady next to us found a 1/2 carat yellow diamond. My wife and I have the bug and will return to this beautiful RV park.
Beautiful park right on the gulf. Very clean with concrete sites that are very wide, very level and have good separation from each other. We stayed in site 758 which is next to the boardwalk to the beach. Great sunsets and due to a dog that woke up early, saw a great sunrise! Not too far from Port Aransas restaurants and shops. Great park for kids and families, with fishing on the beach and lots of other activities. We shall return to this park.
Great park for an overnight stop and not too far from the highway. Level sites and friendly management. People working at local oil sites were friendly and everything was very clean. Public laundromat is at the front of the park, but there is no access to park without code. Toilets/showers are new, clean and self contained units. Great place to stopover or stay longer if in the area. We shall stay here again on our way to Corpus Christi area.
Arrive late and in the dark when the office was closed and no reservation. Someone met me at the gate and led me to a full hookup spot and told me to check in with office in the morning. When we woke, we discovered we were in a beautiful park with lots of birds. Right on the river, and when I walked the dog in the morning, someone was fishing on the river. Four ducks wander around the park and go back and forth to the river. We had to leave by late morning, but I wish we had more time so spend in this beautiful park with friendly staff and management. We will plan to stop here for longer next time.
This is a beautiful RV park that is very well maintained. Nice wide sites and long pull throughs so you do not have to unhook the toad. Toilets and showers very clean. We only stayed one night but will make a point of staying longer next time we are in the area. Friendly staff, management and campers.
We really liked this park right on the Eagle River. Sort of rustic, but we loved it and will stay again. Although there is no sewer at sites, there is a dump station on the road leaving the park. Nice walks down to the river and a good place to kick back and relax. Cash or check only and no website, but it is like real camping before the internet.
Beautiful KOA about 10 minutes from the highway and very quiet. Lots of trees and grass, and a very pet friendly park. Sites are wide and long enough so you do not have to unhook the toad. Almost has a country park atmosphere and is very quiet. We have stayed here before and will stay again when passing through.
We have stayed here many times before, and it is a great location close to the highway and strip. Nice pools and good pull through sites. Dog parks could do with some upgrades, and although the showers and toilets are clean, they are showing their age. About a 10 to 15 minute drive to the strip depending on traffic.
This is our second stay at this park and it is a great location to tour the wineries and visit the coast. It takes about 35 minutes to get out to highway 1, but the scenery is spectacular. I guess you could stay on the coast, but then you would have to drive to the Paso area wineries and restaurants. San Simeon is worth a visit, as are the Far Out Wineries. Love Calcareous and Dover Canyon. We did a day trip up highway 101 to Monterey, did the 17 mile drive and came down highway 1 and back to Paso. It is a long day, but with a picnic lunch on the pacific coast it was well worth the drive. Sites in the upper level of the park are near the adults only hot tub, clubhouse and very clean showers and toilets. There is some road noise up there, but not a big deal. Lower park is quieter. Pool area is nice and although the spaces are close, there is plenty of room for slides. There was a wine tasting at the park when we were there, and there were 15 to 20 different wineries giving tastings. We shall stay here again when we run out of the wine we bought in the area.
The location next to the Larkspur Ferry to San Francisco is the main reason we stayed here. The RV park is good, however the spaces are close together and slides do reach the edge of the space. Toilets and showers are older but clean. It is a short drive to Sausalito and the Golden Gate Bridge. In a three or four day stay you can take the ferry to SF, enjoy the shops and restaurants of Sausalito, and get great pictures of the GG bridge. There is a nature trail at the back of the park that goes through the marshland and is good for bird viewing. You stay at this park for the location, so don't get upset about the tight spaces. We would definitely stay here again to show friends the area.
This RV park is located in clearing in the middle of the redwood forest, just off the Avenue of the Giants. Nice long pull throughs and some back in sites, but the peace and quiet are serene. Clean toilets, showers and laundry. This is a good base to hike, bike or drive around the Humboldt State Park redwood forest. Not many towns in the area, so bring your groceries and beverages with you. Nice gift shop in the park. If you want to camp in among the big trees and have all the comforts of home, this is a great place to visit.
Wow! This RV park has it all. Right on the ocean with a number of sites looking over the beach and ocean. Well worth the extra dollars. The pads are concrete and level, and the road is paved. Good grass space between sites. The clubhouse is a beautiful facility with great showers/toilets, pool table, laundry, and kitchen. Be aware there is no cell phone service, but there is a free land line phone in the clubhouse. Owners are on site and very helpful and friendly. Couple of nice restaurants in Yachats, mainly seafood. We used this as a base to travel up and down the Oregon coast and just to rest and enjoy the view. Gorgeous sunsets, but the wind can blow pretty hard. We were on an ocean front site and a couple of days the wind blew in from the north west, so we pulled in our passenger side slides when we went out for the day. This RV park is south of Yachats, so keep going, even if the GPS says you have arrived. We shall definitely return to this gorgeous RV park in a beautiful location.
What a great RV park right on the Columbia River. Great walking/biking trails along the river, and nice play area for kids next to the marina. Lots of trees and shade and you can stay on a river site or a few rows away in the park area. On our second day it got quite windy at our river site, but we were able to move in a few rows to a more sheltered site. There is a big barn owl nesting in one of the trees and if you ask the host they will let you know which one. It comes out at dusk. Macario's Mexican restaurant is just down the street and the food is great. We also took a short trip over the bridge to Washington to the Columbia Crest winery and did some wine tasting and bought some wine.
Nice park close to I-80 and a good place to spend the night. Long pull-throughs so you don't have to unhook the toad. Showers and toilets were fine, and although this is an older campground, it is well maintained with friendly staff/management. Nice shade trees.
Well worth the 5 minute drive from I-25 to get to the park. Long wide pull-throughs available if you do not want to unhook the toad. Very clean showers and toilets. Poll was closed for the season, but hot tub is enclosed and open all year. Great cable channels and free wi-fi for the first four hours. Great for an overnight or if you need to stay longer in the area. Small dog park is adequate and dog walk area around the edge of the park. We shall stay here again.
Great little RV park not too far from the highway and a great stopover. Wide interior roads with wide level spaces. Friendly and helpful staff. Gated entry and exit for those concerned about security. We shall stay here again.
WOW! This is the best RV park we have ever stayed in. The landscaping is magnificent, the golf course is beautiful and the lots are huge. The people in the park, owners and other renters, were very friendly and the management/staff were very helpful. One even opened up the office after hours on a Sunday so that I could put some more dollars on my laundry card. Spotless laundry, spotless showers and toilets. This was a great vacation and we would have stayed longer if our schedule permitted. Large pool at the clubhouse, and four satellite pools on each corner. We had a 25% discount coupon for first time visitors, but even without that we shall return to this magnificent vacation spot. There is a small strip of grass around the perimeter of the park for dogs and that worked out fine for us.
First the negative: lots of road noise since it is right next to the highway I-15. Otherwise, it is a very nice RV park, particularly on the upper level. Level, well landscaped lots with some wider than others, but no picnic tables. If you have slides on the passenger side, you may be a bit tight sitting out or using the BBQ. Very pleasant staff and management and a small laundry room. Great central location and there are some long term residents, mostly in the lower area. The pool is really a plunge pool for kids to splash in, so don't plan on any serious swimming. There are not many good RV parks in the area, and in the future, we would probably go to one of the parks in San Diego.
Good base to check out the Snowy Mountain Range and the general area. Some of our neighbors were there for the fishing and it is supposed to be excellent. Sites are gravel and level, and are all back-in, but with reasonable room between sites. Big grassy area in center of park, and some between sites. We saw a deer and her doe in the river behind the rv. Great little Italian restaurant in town, Bella's Bistro. We camped for four nights and ate there twice. No restrooms or showers, so you must be self contained. Nice owners on site.
Previous reviewer must have stayed at a different park. We always check on RV Reviews before making a reservation. Most of the reviews are accurate and we are pleased with this service. There is plenty of room between sites, and most of them seen level. Grassy areas in playground, tent area, cabins and and some grass between sites, but it is a gravel driveway and site. The road in front of the park is a two lane country road and never had a lot of traffic. We were about half way up the park, and never noticed any road noise. Pleasant owners, and there is a small dog walk at the top of the park. Follow the directions on their website and take SR 530 from I-80. US 191 has 4 or 5 8% grades and some with U turns. When we were out in the toad on 191, we saw a few motorhomes and 5th wheels on the road, but it is not for the fainthearted. Great base to see Flaming Gorge. Small general store in Manila, but best to come fully loaded with all your food, wine and beer.
This is a great campground right next to Jackson Lake and the Grand Tetons. Sites are dirt, and ours was reasonably level. Lots of trees so no satellite, but some local channels with antenna. We went for the natural beauty and siteseeing, so tv did not matter. There is a general store and restaurants on site, and the GS does fresh rolls, donuts, bread etc in the morning. Went there at 7:30am and the rolls were still warm, and were good. Food at the restaurants was good and reasonably priced. A few miles up the road is Leeks Marina which has a good pizza restaurant and is very family oriented. We had an end site with a path behind us to the lake, site 110. Reasonable amount of room between sites. Loved this park, and would stay here again if we visit the Tetons. About a 35 to 45 minute drive up to Yellowstone depending on how many stops you make. We spent most of our time looking around the Tetons and drove up to Yellowstone twice. This is a great time of year, late August, to visit the parks.
Great rv park with lots of grass and all pull throughs with plenty of room for toad without disconnecting. Sites are gravel, but level. Pets can walk around the edge of the park on the grass. Views out the front of the rv of the surrounding hills. Dish satellite worked well, and owners/managers very friendly. Would definitely stay here again and recommend to friends. No showers or toilets, but we knew that before making the reservation.
This RV park is close to the highway and is about the only place to stay in the area. As others have said, it is a farm and there are lots of cows and everything that comes with them. Nice level pull through spaces, good Wi-Fi, and full hook-ups. Owners are very friendly and still working on the park.
Deluxe and Premium sites are huge and lots of trees and grass. Nice dog walk area. No problems getting RV and toad around the park without disconnecting, just take it slow and be careful. There is some highway noise, but not a problem. They will deliver pizza to your site if you do not want to cook. Nice stopover for one or more nights.
Nice clean RV park that is in the heart of Shipshewana and almost next door to the flea market. Very central to restaurants, shops etc. Lots of space and grass between sites which are quite wide and long. The showers, toilets and laundry facilities are very clean. The only minor annoyance is that the showers use a push button to start the water flow for about one or two minutes, and you have to keep pushing it. You can buy a RV/car wash permit for $4. This park is affiliated with the North RV park, but the North park is quite a way out of town. A must visit is to the Guggisberg Deutsch Kase Haus Cheese Factory, Yoder's Meat and Cheese store, and the Blue Gate restaurant. We also visited the Newmar RV plant for the tour and it is well worth a visit.
Great RV park built around a lake with lots of trees and green open space. Very friendly owners/managers who lead you to your site and help you park. Great pet walking area around the lake, and lots of space between sites and long sites so that you do not have to disconnect the toad. There is some highway noise, but not enough to be a problem.
This is a beautiful RV park to base yourself for the Smoky Mountain National Park or for Pigeon Forge. The park is one of the cleanest we have stayed in and the pool, showers/toilets and laundry room are spotless. The owner lives on site and is always out and about working on the park. Lots of shade trees and very good asphalt interior roads and spaces. We came in from the west on 321, and it was a bit tight and some sharp turns. When we left, we went through all the traffic lights in Pigeon Forge, and would recommend that route. This is a gem of an RV park, close to everything and a very clean, relaxing place to stay. We would stay here again.
Nice park not too far from the highway, but gives a nice country setting. Nice long pull throughs with plenty of room for rV and vehicle. Showers are a bit of a walk, but very clean. Lots of areas to walk pets and a huge grassy area at the bottom of the park for future development. It is a work in progress and if they had a pool it would be a great park. Wi-Fi was fine where we were parked, about 13 spaces from the office. We would stay here again.
I would give this RV park a 10 for its location on the beach, and 9 for its kids activities and proximity to shops, restaurants etc. It is showing its age, and although the shower rooms are cleaned a few times each day, they are old and could use updating. The speed limit is 4 1/2 miles per hour which is a very good thing because of all the young kids around. However, this does not seem to apply to golf carts, bikes, scooters and young people in cars. Be very careful if you are walking on the road or down the hill to the lower level, that you do not get hit by a bike or golf cart. The upper park has lots of shade trees, and seems quieter. The lower park closest to the beach is dusty and when it rains, muddy. They have been spending money on concrete pads for more of the beach sites, but the interior road and the area between sites in that area is a mess. We love this park, but are conflicted about staying here again. There is another park nearby which is not on the beach, costs less, but is much nicer in everything else and the beach is only a short walk. We probably will not stay here again.
Extremely friendly owner and a very nice campground. As others said, some sites are tight or have an incline entering or leaving, but if you take it slow, it is not a problem. We had a long pull through, concrete pad and we did not have to un-hook the toad. Nice grassy area between sites and hookups are nice. There is a small fee to wash the RV, but it is worth it and a lot cheaper than a truck wash. Some road noise, but with A/C going, it was not a problem. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi, and nice areas to walk pets. We would stay here again.
Nice RV park: plenty of space and grass between sites which are long and provide room for RV and vehicle. Plenty or areas to walk pets, and even two fenced in pet runs. There was some noise from the road in front of the park, but with the A/C going at night, it was not noticable. Also occasional train, but not bad. There are permanent residents in back section of the park, but they are very friendly. The only negative is that the pool is closed due to insurance reasons/costs. Would have rated it a 9 if the pool was open. We would stay here again.
Lots of grass between sites and long pull throughs so you do not need to unhook toad. It is a few miles from the highway, but a very pleasant location and very pleasant owners or managers. Nice areas to walk pets and nice pool area. People were fishing in the lake. We were here overnight, but it is a nice park for a longer stay.
Convenient to highway is the best thing about this park. It is dusty and has many long term residents. Some grass between sites, hookups are old and dirty. Next time I think I shall drive further to find an overnight campground.
We have visited this park many times and are still mixed about how we review it. It is a 10 for location, and a 9 for attempts to fix it up, but trying and location don't make for a great park at this time. Showers, toilets and pool area are old and need replaced and cleaned. For such a large park, there are only a few toilets. It is expensive, but there is not a lot of options in the area other than state parks or national forest. Sites are wide and lots of room for big rigs and tow vehicle.
The resort side of Portal is the nicest RV park in the area. Even the regular campground is better than any other resort in Moab. We saw some of the other RV parks and talked with people who stayed there and they are mostly dirt or gravel. The resort side does cost more, but if you want to enjoy Moab, stay here. Nice pool, showers and toilets. Laundry is in the older area of the park, but clean and not a problem. Nice location at north end of town to visit parks. Lots of good restaurants in town, and we liked Moab Brewery.
What a great KOA with lots of grass and nice wide sites. Very crisp and clean with nice staff and facilities. There are a few tight turns for big rigs towing, but if you go slow and wide there is no problem. If we had more time, we would have spent a few more days here. We shall return.
This is still one of the nicest rv parks we have ever stayed in. Great facilities, nice landscaping, flowers, palm trees etc., with five swimming pools. Main pool is at clubhouse with four sattelite pools at each corner. Nice quiet park away from the highway. Very clean restrooms and showers and the overall facility is super clean and neat. We stayed in one of the upgraded sites and it was showing its age with a lot of wear and tear. As an earlier reviewer stated, be careful if the site salesman helps to back you into your space. He started to put us in the space with no room to open the driver side slide. I stopped and had my wife do it correctly. For the price they charge, you would expect better facilities when you pay for an upgraded site.
Very nice smaller park with friendly management and staff. No showers but toilet facilities are very clean. Nice pool area, and nice wide sites which are all back-in. Clean laundry facilities. Pet walk area is all stones and quite large, but if it rains it does get flooded. Fortunately, it does not rain very often. Good central location for Mesa. If you do not like the 1,000+ space RV parks in Mesa, this is the place for you. If you want to spend the winter here, make your reservations early, because most people return year after year. We would stay here again.
We have stayed here before when traveling through Bakersfield and love parking next to the orange trees. Nice wide roads and sites are long enough so that you do not have to disconnect the toad. Clean showers and toilets. No road noise from the highway, but some trucks travel the road next to the park until 8 or 9 pm. There is noise from the train a few times during the night.
Typical KOA with gravel roads and site, but it is all level. Good hookups and long pull throughs so that you do not have to disconnect the toad. Owners are very friendly and take you to the site and then come back later to make sure everything is OK. Nice burger/bbq/steak restaurant a few minutes walk from the park, with a 10% discount for KOA residents. Far enough off the highway so there is no road noise. This is a regular stop off for us on our way back to Denver.
Nice park about 5 minutes from the highway. Has a nice store with gifts and some provisions. Wide roads and long level sites with the pull throughs being head-to-toe. Good stop off point for an overnight or longer. Reasonable number of long term residents. Easy in and out with good hookups.
Very nice RV park which has lots for sale, but also rents them out. We had a site in the section near the main pool and spa behind the office and clubhouse. This seems to be the best location, with other sites not very interesting. Nice place to rest and read a book, but other than the London Bridge and golf, there is not much to do in the area. Very clean showers, toilets and laundry. Sites have plenty of room for RV and toad, but there are no picnic tables. Quiet, peaceful location.
What a great RV park. The roads are paved and the sites are level concrete slabs with picnic tables and full hookups. Nice grass separation between sites, with the back in sites probably better than the pull throughs. Great pool/hot tub area, clean showers and laundry room. Laundry is not free as another reviewer said, but it is only $1 per load. There is a shuttle that takes you to the casino/hotel about 10 minutes away. We did not find the noise of the shuttle a problem, and at night it is on a request schedule and not running all the time. Lots of free coupons for the casino and RV wash when you check in. On Halloween they came around and gave us two more coupons for $10 free slots each. Sign up for the players card at the casino and you get another $5 each to use on the slots or for gas. The buffet at the casino is wonderful and dinner is $15, plus you get two $5 off coupons when you check in. Lots of great wineries in the area, and the small town of Murphy's is worth the drive.
Very nice RV park that we would like to have stayed longer, but we had to move on after one night. Paved roads and sites which are level with good hook-ups. Pull throughs are long enough so you do not have to disconnect the toad. There is a steep hill going down to the entrance of the park, but it is wide and really no problems. You can use the facilities of the hotel at the top of the hill. Good access to I-80 with no road noise, but there is the train mentioned by other reviewers.
Good stopping point off I-70 with quick on and off. If you do not stop here there is nothing for many miles. Friendly managers and clean restrooms. We stop here every time we leave Denver and head west on I-70. Typical KOA with gravel roads and sites. The sites are level with full hookups.
Arrived on a Sunday afternoon, and the office was closed for the weekend. We had a reservation so they did have a folder for us with the site listed, but told us to put an extra $5 in an envelope to pay for 50amps. This park is mostly full time residents with the overnight/weekly spaces being head-to-toe pull throughs. Sites are long but extremely close. Fortunately the pull throughs were mostly empty, and we had nobody on the driver side, because when we put out the slides it extended into the next space. Passenger side slides extended over small grass area between us and RV next to us. I would never stay here in a busy time of year. There is a CAUTION you should be aware of: once you make a reservation, there are no refunds, even if you try to cancel months ahead of time.
Had a king size full hookup and did not have to disconnect the toad. Lots of trees and grass, with plenty of open spaces. We did see some deer on the edge of the campground, but there is no way they are going to wander into the park with all the large dogs tied up outside RV's. Friendly management and although the showers are older and small, they are clean. Nice setting for overnight or longer. We would stay here again.
Good location for an overnight stay or longer if you are visiting Sheridan. Good rates, friendly owner, nice wide long sites and you do not have to disconnect the toad. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi. I think we heard one train in the morning, but we had to get up early to move on, so it did not matter. I would stop here again for an overnight or longer. We did see some deer and hawks in the fields around the park.
This is our second visit to this RV park, and we would go again. It is a great park with lots of trees, grass and open areas. Plenty of room between sites, and easy to get into our pull through. Wi-Fi and cable TV were good. The dirt road down to the main camping area has a steep decline from the paved road, but if you take it slow, it is ok. Clean showers and restrooms. Good location for Mt. Rushmore and Custer State Park.
Best thing about this park is its proximity to the North entrance to Yellowstone NP. We had a deluxe site and it overlooked the doggy walk and a church parking lot, then the hills and park. It is all gravel, but the sites are level with a little grass in between. Roomy enough between sites and full hookups. Cable TV was ok, Wi-Fi was hit or miss. Laundry, toilets and showers were spotless and new. As another reviewer said, the entrance is a right turn on a hill, and if there are more than two RV's checking in, you may have to wait. We pulled into the next street above the park on the right, White Lane. Nice level street to disconnect the toad and you can turn around in the church parking lot at the end of the street. Not much choice for RV parks this close to the NP, and the other park in town seems to have a few concerns from other reviewers. I would stay here again in a deluxe site. Good grocery store on main street near post office.
Nice enough park for an overnight but it does have its drawbacks. No credit cards, cash or check only. Lots of grass and trees, but as others have said, the grass is quite wet from sprinklers. If you go outside, use mosquito repellent. Showers cost $1! First time I have seen this in a private park. Exit signs in park are hard to find, and there are some very tight turns when exiting. No park flyer or material. It would have been nice to know that to get back on I-90 north we had to take a left turn out of the park. Would not stay here again.
This is our second visit to this KOA and it is still a great park with lots of grass trees and plenty of room between sites. We originally chose one of the full hookup sites, but when we arrived and looked at the premium sites for $83 we decided to upgrade. They are expensive but are huge, with large bbq, firepit, upgraded table, chairs and umbrella. I know that none of the other parks in the area have cable TV, and there is no cable at this KOA; however, we did not come to Glacier NP to watch TV. Showers, laundry, etc., are all clean and this is just a great camping experience. Very close to the NP.
This is a great rv park with level sites, clean restrooms, shower, toilets, etc. Pool, playground and miniature golf are all clean and in good shape. We were in one of the larger pull throughs in the back of the park and there was plenty of space between our neighbors. Not too much noise from the highway. Horse boarding behind our RV and what seemed like a large dog run. We stayed for four nights just to explore the area, and loved it. Things to see in the area are Ayers' Natural Bridge about 5 miles north, and the little church in Esterbrook in the Medicine Bow range. Glendo reservoir offers boating, swimming and outdoor activities for a $6 day pass.
This is a great campground that is finally spending some money and updating its facilities. We have stayed here many times, but decided not to come back after a visit in 2009. The recent reviews from others encouraged us to try it again, and while the resort still has some work to do, there is a vast improvement in the facilities and staff. I am fairly sure they have a new management company, and I assume the owners of the lots have put up more money to make the changes. The location in the Rocky Mountain is spectacular, and it won't be long before the resort gets back to its former splendor. We shall get back for another visit before the end of this summer.
Nice park with wide roads and paved sites. Nice area, with a Camping World just down the road. Seems to be centrally located in Bakersfield, with easy access to highway. Nice clean restrooms. Free delivery of local newspaper every morning. Nice touch, also friendly and helpful management and staff.
This is a great RV park to use as a base for exploring wineries and even the Pacific coast on highway 1. It takes about 30 minutes to get to highway 1. There are many great wineries in the area, and Firestone Winery is next to the park with its own gate and path from the campground. Try the Far Out wineries in the hills where you will find smaller, family run wineries. Great restaurants in Paso Robles. The campground is a newer park with wide roads, and wide sites. Some in the lower level are gravel, but most are paved. If you stay in the upper level you do get some road noise, but there are some view sites up there that have great views over the park. We stayed in 126, and would ask for that site again. A visit to Hearst Castle is a must, and go a little further up Highway 1 to Seal Beach to see hundreds of seals on the beach. If you don't mind a 2 hour drive up highway 101, you can get to Monterey and the 17 mile drive, then come back down highway 1 on the way back. We did the drive, and left at 9am and were back in the park by 6:30 pm, with many interesting stops in between. Love the RV park and the area, and we shall be back here soon.
What could be better than staying in an orange grove with orange trees surrounding your site. Nice wide streets and sites, and toilets and showers are new and clean. About a ten minute walk to a fruit and nut store down the road, with lots of tasty treats. There is an area to wash cars or RV's if you are so inclined. Just far enough away from highway to eliminate noise, but it is a straight shot back to the highway.
Nice park with paved roads and cement pads with grassy areas between sites. Plenty of room for big rigs, but pay for the better sites since it is worth it. There is some highway noise, but not too bad. If you walk five minutes down the road to Starbucks, there is a bus stop that takes you to the strip. Toilets and showers are old, but kept clean. When you leave, make sure you know how to get back on the highway. It is not difficult, but you have to take a right turn coming out of the park, so you need to know where to go when you reach the stop light down the road.
Very standard KOA that offers easy off and easy on to highway. Gravel lot and sites. The site we had was very level and most of the others looked level. Showers and toilets very clean, and it serves its purpose as a one night stop on the way to somewhere else. Going east and west, there is nothing for miles if you go past Green River. It always amazes me when people expect a five star resort from a KOA that is just off the highway.
Great location right on the beach which deserves a 10 for location alone. Most of the sites are concrete pads, but there are some dirt/gravel. When we made our reservation by phone, they were very helpful and told us the best site available for the price range. When we arrived, the people in the office were very helpful, and we were guided to our site and given expert advice on how to back in and position the coach. Toilets and showers are small self contained rooms with deadbolt lock on the door. They are also in an air conditioned building and are clean. Some parts of the park are showing their age, but maintenance and cleanliness are very good. Pools were spotless and conveniently located at top and bottom of park. It is a bit expensive, but when compared to what you would pay for a condo or hotel room on the beach, it is a bargain. We shall definitely stay here again.
This is a nice KOA for an overnight stay or longer. There is not too much highway noise since it is not right next to the highway. It features grass, trees and level sites. The toilets and restrooms are older but clean. We would stay here again when passing through.
We have stayed here several times and will continue to do so while in the area. It is a great KOA with large, level sites. Grass and picnic tables at each site. Park is well maintained and kept spotless. Toilets and showers are also spotless and well maintained, and it looks like they have all been recently re-tiled. People in the office are very friendly, and you get fresh baked cookies when you register! There are some nice views from the park, and road noise is minimal. Well worth a visit.
We have stayed here several times and will continue to use this park for overnight stays. It can be tight driving around the park for large rigs, but if you take it slow and watch the trees you will be fine. The sites are nice and level, with lots of grass and trees. There is some road noise, but it is not too bad.
Above average KOA, a few miles away from the highway and is good for visiting San Antonio. There is no highway noise, the interior roads are paved with concrete pads. There are lots of grass, trees and space. Very friendly and helpful office staff. The toilets and showers are clean. The local bus stops just outside the park and takes about 15 minutes to get into the Riverwalk/Alamo area. The cost is $1.10. The pool is a decent size and was very refreshing after a day in San Antonio. The gate closes at 8pm so the park is very secure.
Great park for a stopover or a few nights. Concrete pads and paved interior roads. Grass between sites. Gated park and is secure. There is some road noise and the occasional train through the night. McDonald's is right at the Conoco next to the park and is useful for a quick meal.
Beautiful RV park that is about one year old. Level concrete sites with picnic tables and barbecue on grass. Interior road is paved and wide. Landscaping is new and very nice with lots of shrubs, flowers and small trees. Lake has fish in it, and there are small boats and paddle boats available. Laundry, toilets, and showers were clean and conveniently located. Some highway noise but not bad. Look for Martin Palmer Drive on the left across from the small fire station. If you end up on the next street, South Port Parkway, keep going since it is a half circle. Great location for exploring Jekyll and St Simons Islands.
Great KOA next to Camping World and other RV Parks. Nice park like setting, with friendly staff and management. Has Grey Line tours on site for local tours, or shuttle to some attractions. It is close to the Opryland complex and mall, but not to walk: probably five minutes in a car. We arranged for some service work at Camping World before we arrived, and it worked out well for us. We would stay here again.
Great KOA not too far off the highway. Has a park-like setting and is very clean. We had a pull-through that was level and wide, but some of the other sites did not look very level. Has friendly management and is a good place to stop for one night, or more if you are in the area.
Stayed here for one night as we were heading east through St. Louis on I-70. Paved roads and cement sites, with plenty of room length and width. There is a great restaurant in the park. Has friendly management and owners. I would stay here again.
Convenient park for visiting Taylors or the surrounding area. We were here for a five day church conference in Taylors. Many permanent or semi-permanent RV's, but they have some short term spots available. There are no toilets or showers, but full hookups with 30 or 50 amp are available. It worked for us, and we would stay here again if in the area.
Nice small RV park near I-25. Friendly management and staff, and not too much road noise. The sites are close, but enough room to put out slides on both sides of the RV. We would stay here again. If you are interested, there is a Bible study in the meeting room on Tuesday nights.
We stayed here two years ago, and loved it then. Nothing has changed and it is still a great RV park. We were on our way home after a three week trip, and planned to stay for one night, but decided to stay an extra night since it is so nice. Showers and rest rooms are spotless, and it is just a nice place to stay.
Great campground with friendly management and campers. Pool area, office area, rest rooms and showers are very clean and well maintained. Many great walks around the marina and waterfront. There are two restaurants in the marina that are in walking distance to the RV area, and we ate at both of them. Food was very acceptable, and view was spectacular, looking out over the marina. Enough room for slides on each side of motorhome, but it was tight. It is about 15-20 minutes to San Diego depending on time of day and where you are going. We visited the USS Midway and it is well worth the visit. Allow at least 4-6 hours for the visit. We shall definitely return to this RV park, probably sooner than later.
This is a great RV park with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. We had an ocean view site and sat outside and watched the sunset almost every day. The management and staff were very friendly and I did not find any of the concerns of previous reviewers. Although we do not have a dog, we ended up taking our daughter's small dog with us, and the management had no problems with this. The areas where pets may relieve themselves is limited, but it is not restrictive or a problem. Check out the Getty Villa which is nearby. We also ate in a few restaurants in the Malibu area, and were very satisfied. This is a beautiful, but expensive area, and if you go here, you should not expect an economy vacation. We loved it here, and will return when in the LA area. Travel time to LA depends on traffic and time of day, but we found it to be 35 - 50 minutes on average. One last point, the ocean view will be at the back of the site, and you need a sewer, electrical and water extension to pull in and enjoy the view out the front windshield.
We stayed here overnight and it is convenient from the Interstate. The downside of that is that there is a good deal of road noise. Although we did not go to the strip, it is not far away. No shuttle, but by car it is probably 5-10 minutes. The landscaping, pool, clubhouse are very nice, but the showers and toilets let them down. They are very old and were very dirty when I used them. It is OK for an overnight stay, but the roadnoise and dirty showers/toilets would keep me away for a longer stay. Small cafe/restaurant in the clubhouse is nice and is good for a quick meal.
If you do not want to stay in the massive Mesa RV parks and do want a quiet, friendly resort, then Gold Canyon RV and Golf Resort is for you. Spotless campground and facilities with a nice par 3 executive golf course. Lots of activities at the resort which you can take part in or ignore. This is about 90% park models, but within 24 hours, both of our neighbors came over and introduced themselves, and offered help or information if we needed it. Good location to explore western Phoenix. We drove into Phoenix one day, and it took 35 minutes. Mesa is about 10 minutes away. Plenty of restaurants and shops in Mesa. A must visit in the area is the Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix. Until May 31, 2009, the DBG has the Chihuly glass exhibit throughout the park and it is spectacular. Check it out online at www.dbg.org. We would definitely stay here again, and probably for a lot longer.
Near the highway, but not very well signposted. I would put this near the bottom of what KOA campgrounds offer, but there are no other campgrounds in the area. Next time I would drive a further or shorter distance to stay somewhere else.
What a wonderful experience, particularly since it was free with their 5 Free Nights Program. No mention of sales or sales tour, just a great vacation. The park is incredible, just like a five star resort of country club. Even if you cannot get the free nights certificate, you should experience this at least once. There is one main swimming pool near the entrance, and a smaller pool on each of the four corners. We were next to one of the corner pools, and it was great to walk across the road and use the pool and hot tub. At our site, WiFi was sporadic even when I was outside, but I did get it working at the clubhouse. I did walk down a few sites from ours and the WiFi worked fine. Must have been site specific. Still a wonderful experience, and I shall try the other Outdoor Resorts park when I get the chance.
Great location right next to Lake Powell. We were on the D ring which is the newest area. Nice level concrete pads with full hookups, but no Wi-fi. Great views of the lake. Other areas of park are asphalt, and seem to be fairly level. Most have some view of the lake. Never could get the Wi-fi to work, even when I went outside next to the antenna. About a 10 minute walk to the hotel (resort), where the tour boats leave. The lake is down 100 feet, but they expect it come up 50 feet with the spring runoff.
Nice campground near I-15 with level gravel sites and full hookups. Wi-fi worked well. Good base to visit Bryce Canyon, Kolob and Zion National Parks. Also good for overnight stay off I-15. Wal-Mart and other stores about 10 minutes from campground. Friendly staff and helpful if needed.
Beautiful RV park at the foot of Glacier National Park. Not your typical KOA. This park is well off the main road, and you feel like you are in the middle of a forest glade. No road noise at all. All the facilities are clean, and the staff are friendly. WiFi worked great. Nice sites with good hook-ups. Red Bus Tours pick up at the campground. We shall return to this campground next time we visit Glacier National Park.
New owners are doing a good job with this campground. It is a great park for children with a play area and outdoor pool. Nice lake to walk around, and fishing ponds for adults and children. No road noise since it is not near the highway. It has nice wide sites and some great views of the close in foothills. Downtown Fort Collins is not too far away, and there are many great restaurants available.
I would rate the Breckenridge/Frisco area as a 10, but Tiger Run is showing its age, and the new owners and management are terrible. Most of the new sites are well kept, large and nicely landscaped, but you do get a lot of road noise. In the older section where the chalets are located, the sites are run down and narrow. In the site I had, I was appalled at the filthy box that contained the fresh water hookup. The electric hookup would not lock, and I was concerned about someone taking my surge protector. The waste receptacle was a rusty metal cover that looked really gross. Although I had reserved a riverfront site months ago, they had none available, and that attitude of the management was: "Take what we give you or leave." They would not even come to the site to see what I described above. I was charged for a pull-through but the front part of the pull-through was wide enough for a car, with a six inch drop off and a tree that prevented even the car from going too far onto the pad. When I told the management that there was no way that this was a pull-through site, I was told that it is a pull-through. End of story, no discussion, no rebate. I think the previous reviews must have been done by the site owners who are desperately trying to sell their lots. There are a large number of lots for sale, and it looks like time to bailout before the monthly maintenance fees skyrocket to upgrade the park before it hits rock bottom. We shall not return.
What a beautiful spot on the Rio Grand River in southwest Colorado. You get all the modern facilities at Mountain View, yet you are surrounded by countryside and mountains that are unspoiled by commercial development. Most sights are gravel, but some are dirt, so take a look at the sight before you park. The people who work there are very helpful, and try to accommodate your every request. Take some time to travel around the southwest Colorado countryside, and see what the Rocky Mountains must have looked like 50 years ago. Also be sure to go the the theater in Creede, it is top quality entertainment.
This was our second visit to Heron Lake RV Park, and it is a very quiet, peaceful and relaxing spot. There is a medium size lake on the property, and some fishing areas for adults and children. There is also a great play area for younger children. Nice shaded walking trail around the perimeter of the park. The new owners are very helpful, and we shall visit this park again.
This is a great RV park to base yourself for the Grand Canyon, Williams and Flagstaff. The hosts are wonderful, and offered lots of local information. We had a slight problem getting a rental car, but Pat and Tammara helped to make it possible. You can watch the Grand Canyon Train leave every morning, just as seen on TV in RV Today. The toilets and showers are very clean, and the hospitality of the owners made this a very pleasant stay. We would definitely stay there again.