This park was right in the center of all the places we wanted to see, like the Grand Canyon, Meteor Creator, Sidonia, etc. The acting manager was the great and he helped us and gave us a lot of good local information as where to eat and places to see. The park was all gravel and we needed to use boards to level the camper. There are some long term permanent residence sites. Internet was a problem on the site unless you went to the office area.
Found this park on our GPS. Was perfect for our overnight stop. The manager was extremely helpful. The park seems to have a lot of permanent residents. The RV sites were very tight. This looks more like a long term living park than a RV park, but they did have a few open spaces for transients.
Nice clean park with Friendly and helpful owners. We would stay here again. Close to Old Santa Fe. Located right off a main road so you will have some road noise if your put in the front sites. The park roads are gravel as our the sites so you have some dust as people drive past.
Nice campground. We only stayed here overnight on our way to New Orleans. The staff was great and they made the best BBQ ribs. We would stay here again if we have the opportunity...and would also have more of those ribs.
Not a fancy park but was a good base for seeing the National Parks in that area of Utah. Staff was friendly and helpful and all the connections worked fine. We would stay here again and Cedar City has some great restaurants.
Found the park by our GPS while traveling West. Not a fancy park but the owners were friendly and very helpful. We had a nice long site with plenty of room and everything worked fine. People there were friendly. We would stay here again.
Nice park for visiting Vegas , Hoover Dam and death Valley. All concrete pads and grass. The park was very clean but a little crowded, with a lot of people parking on the road by their campers because sites were short.
Nice park close to the French Quarter. People were all friendly and they had a restaurant and bar on site that served great food. Roads were gravel so when the wind blew it was a bit dusty but you could overlook that because of the nice landscaping and your right on the water. I would stay here again.
Found this park on our GPS while traveling to New Orleans. The park manager was very friendly and helpful. The park was right in the middle of some Civil War parks we wanted to visit. I would stay here again, Not a fancy park but everything worked well.
This is a Must Stay at RV Park. The Best park we ever stayed at with a beautiful lake and Great owners who make you fell like family. I really enjoyed the grounds. So peaceful and every site was perfect around the lake. Concrete patios. A real Five Star place.
It was a park we stayed at while driving cross country. We found it by our GPS and it was close to Oklahoma City. The staff was friendly and so were the other campers. Sites were close but level and everything worked well. We would stay here again.
This was a great park. Very Clean and well maintained. The Staff was extremely helpful and very friendly. The sites were from pull through (in the open) to back in's with some shade. Quiet, mostly adults where there when we stayed. Lots of motorhomes and 5th wheels. Just across the bridge from Mt. Desert, Acadia Nation park and Bar Harbor.
We stayed here 5 times over the past 2 years and have always been extremely happy. Staff do a great job and the maintenance is excellent and if you have children there are plenty of activities for all ages. Great wadding pool for the little ones as well as a nice large pool for the swimmers. There snack food prices are very reasonable(great soft ice cream)I highly recommend Birchwood Acres even if your going without the kids.