This is a nice park, but expensive. There is a very nice pool and jacuzzi, free Wi-Fi, and there was a band on the weekend we were there. There are many bike paths up and down the beach, and they extend all the way into the city of Ventura. This park rents bicycles if you need one. However, it is very close to the freeway, and there is no cable available. If you make a reservation, they charge a one night deposit, and you can't cancel at all if you don't do it within 2 weeks, plus they charge you an extra $15. You have to specify on check-in that you want a site away from the freeway. Some of the sites are only about 10 or 20 feet away, and obviously very noisy.
This is a nice RV park. The people are very friendly. Most are here full time, and everyone has a golf cart, but they all wave as they go past. This is right next to a freeway, so there is some traffic noise, and when the wind blows in just the right direction, you can smell the sanitation plant. The bathrooms are acceptable, but not perfect, and you have to go to the office area to get Wi-Fi. We had our pick of which site we wanted, but alot of them are not level. We will probably be back because these things are only minor annoyances, and this is the best park we found in the area.
There was no one in the office when we arrived, but the sign said to pick a spot and they would be back later. The shade trees are very small, but the sites are level. The bathrooms and showers are spotless. We had dinner at the Cottonwood Restaurant where they were serving up an excellant BBQ. This is a nice quiet place to stay, and we would stay here again in the future.
This park has brand new, enormous showers, the best you will probably find anywhere in the country. It is not very close to the freeway, and all the construction and detours got our GPS so confused that we had to stop for directions. But it is well worth it to go here. It is the newest, cleanest, friendliest RV Park we stayed in this year. We will definitely be back.
We stayed here for only one night. It is basically a parking lot, with no trees and nothing to separate you from your neighbors. The website says you have to make reservations one week in advance, but we called the camp host, and they had spaces available for that night. The bathrooms are clean and well maintained. It's a good safe place to stay if you're in Memphis.
This KOA looks good, and the sites are level. The site we were in only has one small tree that doesn't offer any shade. The day we were here, the jacuzzi was not working, but no one bothered to put an out-of-order sign on it. The bathrooms and showers were very clean, but are on a timer. The lights are apparently on a motion sensor, and if you're short, it can't see you when you're in the shower, so the lights kept going out. Wi-Fi is only free for one hour. Hardly enough time for two people. We will not stay here again.
This RV park has the worst bathrooms and showers I have ever seen. The buildings have not been maintained, the shower curtains have mold growing on them, the stench is unbearable, and the building has no doors, so that anyone walking by can see in. That said, the sites are level and shady, it is very quiet, and the staff is very friendly. We will not stay here again.
We had a very bad experience with this park. You can only get Wi-Fi at the main office or at the pavilion. When my husband went to the pavilion with his computer, he was attacked by dogs that were not on a leash. Even after he notified the park owners, the dogs were not tied up. Their only response was that those people would be leaving the next day. In addition, the pump from the sewage treatment facility runs day and night, and kept us awake. Most of the people here are permanent residents, and not at all friendly. It's too bad, because the bathrooms were the cleanest we had seen since we left California. We will not stay here again.
We stayed here because it is fairly close to Craig Smith RV in Galion, where we took our RV for repairs. Most of the people are permanents, but it is okay for an over-night. The bathrooms and showers are clean and well maintained, and the staff is very friendly. The roads in the park are very narrow and winding, and there is very little room for error when going past the lake, so be careful.
Nice little park with friendly people. We had a spot right by Lake Itty Bit. Next time we'll bring our fishing poles. The bathrooms are clean and well maintained, and the spots are level and shady. We will stay here again when we get a chance.
A great small-town park right off the interstate. For only $15 you get electric, water and free Wi-Fi. The bathrooms are passable, but dated. They are standard goverment issue, so no frills. The local officer comes by around dusk to collect the fees, so just pick your spot and have a relaxing time. We will definitely stay here again.
Nice quiet campground with plenty of shade. The bathrooms and showers were very clean and well maintained. The store closes early, so make sure you have ice when you check in. They have an adults only pool and jacuzzi, which are centrally located. Overall, a very nice place to stay, and we hope to go back.
This is a great place to stay right in downtown Moab. It is within walking distance of many fine restaurants, and only 2 blocks from the Moab Brewing Company. The spaces are level and shady, and it is very quiet considering you are right on the main street. The bathrooms and showers are very clean, as is the laundry room. Although when we were here, not all the washers and dryers were in working order. We will definitely stay here again.
The camping fee includes access to the state park, which has spectacular views, and is well worth the trip. You have to take your own water, since they have to truck in water from Moab, but the dump station has a water hose available. I hope to be able to stay here again for a longer period of time.
This is a great campground, clean and quiet. The elk and deer roam freely, so keep your camera handy. The showers are a short walk down to the Mather campground. They take quarters, so be prepared, but they are very clean. There is Wi-Fi at the village lodge. It is a short walk, or you can take the free shuttle bus.
This was the nicest campground we stayed in on our entire summer trip. It is clean and quiet, and there is shade, which you need in the desert in the summer. The bathrooms and showers are spotless. The people are friendly and they register you at your site and help you park. They even brought us ice right to our RV. We stayed here twice this summer, on the first and last days of our trip. We will definitely stay here again.