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10/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Great park for bike riding on the nearby trails. Large sites mostly shaded with 50 amp and water, but no sewer system. Might be a problem with TV viewing if you use satellite due to the tree canopy (which needs to be trimmed on some sites to avoid tree scratches). We got a few local stations on the RV antenna. Hosts were great, very helpful, and on top of cleaning the sites as soon as one became empty. It's about 2 1/2 miles to grocery stores etc.
08/2013
rating [ 3/10 ]
First, be careful entering the park, there is a sizable dip at the entrance that you need to slow down for. The park is very overpriced for a very basic parking lot type campground with gravel sites and little or no shade. Wi-Fi didn't work and no cable TV. Also they charge you $4.00 PER PET. We had planned to stay her for a few days but we found a much better campground close by that was a lot less costly and NO PET FEE. Also, they told us that next year they won't allow pets at all due to people complaining about the pet fee. Not very friendly people.
07/2013
rating [ 2/10 ]
Probably one of the worst KOA campgrounds I've ever been in. Very small sites that are not at all level, grouchy staff, muddy sites and roads. Might be OK in the cabins or tents, but not for most motorhomes. Twenty five miles from the park and about 10 from the town -and all of this for $90 a night. Wouldn't recommend.
08/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice park with large sites especially in the horse camping area. Clean and well maintained park. There is only 1 shower and rest room for all of the 30 sites, so sometimes there is a wait. The trees on the roadway and some sites need to be trimmed as they rubbed our roof. Verizon service is great here. No Wi-Fi, TV, or sewer and 1 dump station. Good mountain bike trails, hiking trails, and horseback riding trails. The water has a slight smell, so bring your own drinking water. It's about an 8 mile drive to the grocery store.
08/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
It's an OK campground for an overnight stop off I-95. The campground is 90% long term sites, but there are approximately 20 sites in the front section dedicated to overnight guests in the front of the park. Some have a little shade, some have concrete pads, some 30 amp, some 50 amp. Rate was for Passport America. Nice staff and a great area for dog walking. Cable TV was good but couldn't get the Wi-Fi to work. Kinda pricey if you don't use Passport.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice CG. Close to I-70 but no road noise. There is a railroad track very close to the CG, but didn't bother us with the a/c on. Nice hosts and lots of site room with a huge area to walk dogs. Utilities worked perfectly. Some shaded sites and a storm shelter is available. There is a small bar/grill within walking distance that has bar food that was very good. I would recommend as a 1-2 day stopover.
07/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
Decent CG close to I-24. Great hosts, utilities worked well. No shade but good for a day or two. Very quiet and site sizes are big enough.
07/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
This CG is an in-town location close to I-70. Good for an overnight stay off the Interstate. Some shaded grass/dirt sites, didn't try the Wi-Fi or TV. There is a decently stocked grocery store within walking distance. Utilities worked well, no road noise. Nice hosts.
08/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
We used Fletcher’s Fork campground to visit our son who is in Ft Campbell. Its a little hard to find but convenient to the base. Good utilities and mostly shaded sites, No TV or WiFi. Next to a shooting range that is active until dark with considerable noise. Not bad if you have a reason to visit someone on the base.
08/2013
rating [ 3/10 ]
If a swimming pool and a nice office makes a "resort", then it's a resort. IMO its a run down campground with 80-90% permanent tenants. Wi-fi works OK, but no cable TV. You can get a few network channels with your antenna. Narrow paved roadways with dirt sites that are somewhat level, but most will require blocks to get close to level. Electric and water OK, as well as cell phone reception. This campground is in need of a lot of maintenance to the sites and infrastructure. Kind of overgrown and a lot of trash scattered about. Not nearly worth the $32, but we were desperate for a site as it took 1 1/2 hrs to get through Atlanta and getting late. Fairly close to I-75 with no road noise.
07/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
This park is about 10 miles south of Montrose and located directly on Rte 550. The sites along the highway have some traffic noise, not so much in the back. All sites are long pull throughs, gravel, and semi level. Utilities and WiFi are excellent, but no TV is available other than a few over the air stations or use your satellite. Some sites have partial shade and all are big and roomy. Only 2 garbage sites so you might have a walk to the dumpster. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Good park, just a little remote for some people.
06/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Great location for walking to Ouray but be prepared for very tight gravel and dirt sites, no TV, wifi was marginal at best. Unable to get satellite TV due to the hills blocking the reception. Barely able to get slides out and the awning was impossible due to size of sites. Some of the staff was friendly, some not. The sites on the river are better but we couldn't get one. Lots of truck traffic on the dirt road adjacent to the back sites. Verizon worked fine. OK for a night or 2 but the crowded sites and lack of wifi and TV made this campground less than average.
07/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Excellent campground with concrete pads, great wi-fi, 50 amp, shade, and grass. Onsite owners are the best people. Quiet and within walking distance to a small town business district. Wish I could have stayed longer.
06/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
First of all, the online reservation service is inaccurate. I only found 4 open sites for the 2 nites we wanted to stay, but when we got there the park was 80% empty for both days...and they charge you $10 for using their ineffective reservation system. This park is located approx 15 miles East of Grand Junction and right on I 70 with considerable truck noise if you are close to the highway. Once at the park, we found that there was no cell service (Verizon), no TV stations, and of course no WiFi. Park was clean and well maintained with a large staff. Lots of rules typical for a State park. The rate was $24/nite + $7/day for a vehicle pass + $10 to make the reservation for a total of $72 for 2 nites plus tax. That seems expensive for a park with minimal services. I think that on our next trip to GJ we will stay in a private campground with full services for about the same rate and closer to town.
06/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
Older well kept park in decent condition. Camp hosts were great in every aspect. Located approx 3 miles S of town on a quiet street. Very few shaded sites, excellent cable TV, utilities were good, good water pressure. Gravel roads and sites that can be dusty. FYI we stayed here for 3 weeks and the WIFI worked about 25% of the time, so don't count on it. Passport America rates come out to be about $23/nite with all the extra fees for A/C and 50 amp. Would have rated higher but the WiFi was lacking.
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
This cg is located about 5 miles off I-49. Its in a very quiet area with fairly large sites. Small lake and lots of room to walk pets. All utilities worked well. We stayed 1 nite on a road trip.
05/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Older park but just fine for a few days. Some shaded sites but not many, some with paved pads. Gravel roads that were well maintained. Great staff. Good dog walk along the river. Quiet and clean.
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Stayed here for 1 nite as we were on a road trip. Nice very well maintained park with paved roads and most sites have concrete pad. Sites are kinda small and close together but OK. Large dog walk across the fence. All utilities worked fine. Would have rated higher but the site fee was expensive for what you get. Close to I-25 and shopping (Walmart)
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Good park, close to I-10 and well maintained park. Gravel roads and sites, lots of shade with decent wifi.
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice quiet County park. Fairly large sites and not crowded after snowbird season. Well maintained for the most part. Not all sites have sewer yet. Lots of rules as do most government owned campgrounds. Good value $ for the area and in a central location.
03/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
Very well maintained park, great employees, but still an overpriced KOA. They charge extra for wi-fi and TV and that's after paying $60+ / night. Also the electric service on the sites that share a pedestal have only 1 50 amp and 1 30 amp service available, so if the site behind you is using the 50 amp, you only get the remaining 30 amp. Also there is only 1 sewer on these sites so a long hose (20') is needed. It's an older park but very well maintained. Could definitely use a makeover, especially the old bathrooms and buildings. It stays pretty full in the winter and is mostly empty in the summer. Very dog friendly. Most sites are fairly level, but a lot of them require a lot of leveling. Reasonable food and drinks available in the park.
10/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
This KOA is located about 12-15 miles West of West Palm Beach and is not close to anything other than Lion County. They do offer you entrance passes to the animal park. The sites are tight and a lot of typical KOA rules. Lots of pull through sites and pave roads. Very little if any shade. Staff was nice and helpful. A typical older KOA park.
10/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
Nicely landscaped and maintained park. Gated entry and share an entrance to a noisy water park. Very close to I-95 and in a mostly industrial area. The sites are privately owned and rented by the park staff. 2 pools, paved roadways and sites. Warning, the turns are going to be very tight for a 40'+ rig and the sites are rather small but adequate. My opinion is that its overpriced for the location.
10/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park with grassy sites, some with shade, moat are fairly level. Excellent Wi-Fi and all utilities worked well. Easy off and on from I-75. Staff was very helpful. We tried to get the PA rate but at this park you have to stay a minimum of 2 nites to get the discount and a max of 3. Apparently the management does not want to give the discount for a single overnight stay?
10/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed here as an overnight stopover off I-10. Found it to be close to I-10 but no traffic noise. Hosts/owners were very nice and helpful. Most sites have some shade and will require leveling. Nice clean park that is very quiet. Cable TV was weak but we got a few over the air stations. Couldn't get Wi-Fi but the 50 amp and utilities were fine. Quite a few permanent guests. A good value with the Passport America discount. Would stay here again.
10/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
We stayed here for an overnight stop on the way through on I-12. We ended up approx 100 yards off the Interstate, the traffic noise was very loud. The grounds have gravel and dirt roads, the sites are grass and level. Its located on a dead end road that is a little difficult to find at night. Cable was poor and Wi-Fi was nonexistent. Lots of permanent guests. It is located close to a Camping World and a large RV dealer. 50 amp and water worked fine. There are only one or two pull-through sites and we got the last one. Good area for a dog walk west of the park around a lake. It you can take the noise its not bad for a quick stopover.
10/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
We stayed here as an overnight stop off I-40. Its OK for a quick stopover. No cable TV, but the 50 amp was good. Gravel entrance road and interior roads. The sites are small and only 36 paved feet long. Our 42 ft fifth wheel hung over both ends but we did get in. Nice host, but a lot of train noise. Most all guests were permanent. Probably wouldn't stay here again. Its located off hwy 80 about a mile west of town.
10/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed in this park as we were passing through on I-40. It's about 1/2 mile South of I-40 off exit 60 and approximately 8-10 miles West of town. There are a lot of restaurants nearby and the park has an RV service center and a restaurant also. It's a new park and is kept in near perfect condition. Paved roads and paved level sites that are all pull through. The sites are approximately 75 feet long and 40-50 feet wide. Lots of grassy areas to walk your dog. Staff is helpful and very nice. Definitely a good value for the price. I would have rated it higher but the cable TV was poor and the Wi-Fi didn't work.
10/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
This is dry camping in a large field about a mile from the balloon field. There is a shuttle that runs in the morning and evening to the balloon field from the campground. There are 2 ways to camp here: one is boondocking for $30 a night and the other is with 30 amp [+/-] and water for $65 a nite[premium] with a 3 day min on both. They reduced the number of premium sites this year to about 1/2 of what they had last year so we couldn't get a reservation in premium even in June; they were booked. They have port-a-potties scattered around and have pumping and water refills for $25 each service. They park you very close to your neighbor which can be a problem with generators running. Be aware that some sites are on gravel and some on dirt. The dirt turns to MUD with a little rain, and it's a mess. If the wind is right a lot of the balloons land in and around the campground which is quite entertaining.
10/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Excellent park, almost new and very well kept. Large pull-through gravel sites and roads that are level. Utilities worked well other that Wi-Fi which we couldn't get. Friendly and helpful staff. Showers and restrooms were impeccable. A short walk to the casino which had a decent restaurant at very reasonable prices. Far enough from the interstate that there was no noise. Would definitely use again.
10/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is an older KOA located on Rte 89 a couple of miles out of town. Its wooded and shaded well. Excellent dog walk and hiking trails accessible from the park. Paved roads but very narrow. Tight turns and small sites. Would not recommend for larger rigs. Some sites have 50 amps, some don't. Most sites will require quite a bit of leveling as the park is on a hillside. Staff was nice and helpful. Kind of pricy for an old KOA.
10/2011
rating [ 4/10 ]
We stayed here to visit friends in Flagstaff. Found it to be an old run down park with lots of permanent campers. The roads were at one time paved but have fell into disrepair. The wifi never worked for us. Water pressure is over 100 PSI, so you might want to use a regulator. The sites are gravel and most are fairly level. It is very close to I-40 and the traffic noise is considerable. The restrooms and showers were outdated and dirty. There is a restaurant on site. The food was average and overpriced [$30 steak]. They have a music review at the restaurant that is very similar to a Karaoke performance. There is an excellent dog walk in a wooded area East of the park that is over 20 shaded acres. It dosent appear that any serious maintenance has been done to this park in years. It probably wouldnt be a bad park for an overnight if your not too particular.
09/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
We used this park while visiting the Laughlin/Bullhead City area. Found it to be a decent desert park with paved roads and gravel sites. Most sites will require some leveling. They accept discount camping from P.A. and others but nickel dime you with extra charges for Wi-Fi and 50 amp service. The park is located a short distant from the Laughlin bridge and is close to the casinos and entertainment. There is a pool and clubhouse that looks to be well maintained. The dog walk we used is the dry wash that runs West of the park. Its a large area and you can let your dog run off leash here. Nice view of the cities from a lot of the sites. We were in site 175 and found that the 50 amp circuit breaker was broken so we plugged into an adjoining site which was OK. I notified them of the problem but just in case they don't fix it: FYI. Nightly rate reflects Camp Club discount and a upcharge for 50 amp. I would have rated the park higher if not for the upcharges for Wi-Fi and 50 amp. Staff was nice and helpful. Well maintained, quiet, clean park.
09/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed her for a couple of nights to check out the Havasu City area. Found it to be a decent park on the island in Lake Havasu. Lots of sites on the water but don't have sewer hookups. The ones above do have full hookups. Its fairly clean and quiet but we were here in the summer with not many sites filled [108 degrees]. Utilities worked well. If it were not so hot we could have walked to a few restaurants but we chose to drive. Staff was nice and helpful. No shade but the gravel sites were fairly large and semi level. Not a bad park to see the City from. Plenty of areas to walk you dog and a nice view of the lake.
09/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here for a few days to visit friends in Indio. Found it to be a nice park with level concrete sites and roadways. All utilities worked well other than WiFi which we couldn't get at our site. They do have a computer room/library for your use. There is a large heated pool and a large clubhouse. The entrance is through a coded access gate. The park is about 3 miles East of town and is very quiet. The grounds and building are well kept. The staff is most helpful and friendly. The rate reflects the P.A. rate. Lots of places to walk your dog including a large fenced dog run.
09/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed here as an over nite stop and found it to be close to Hwy 14 with practically no noise. Its a asphalt parking lot with pull through [50 amp] and back ins [30 amp]. The pull through are $25 and the back ins are $20. It looks to be a newer park and has fairly large sites with the utilities located all the way to the rear of the site. You might need to use a long sewer line to reach. There is a big open field across the street that you can run you dog off leash if you so desire. No Wi-Fi or TV other than OTA channels [we got a few]. Nice well priced park that is good for an over nite or if you need to be in Lancaster for a while. Definitely not a destination park but more than adequate.
09/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
We stayed here to visit Yosemite which was about 50 miles away. We found it to be a decent fairground park. The lower RV area [1&2] has Wi-Fi and sites are on grass, the upper area [5] has sewer and are on gravel, all the rest have only water and electric 30 amp. All require a lot of leveling. Only a couple of sites have shade which are in area 4 which has grass and asphalt. Self check in, no OTA TV or cable. Areas 1 & 2 are close to the highway, the rest are quiet and the town center is a couple of miles away. All in all it served the purpose but seemed a little overpriced for what you get.
09/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We used this park as a base camp to visit SF, and it was fine for that purpose. Its located about 15 minutes from a Ferry that takes you directly to SF or you can make the 25 mile drive across the Golden Gate bridge. It appears to be a well managed park that is kept very clean. Friendly and helpful staff. Utilities worked well, free Wi-Fi and cable TV with about 30 channels. Paved roads and gravel sites that require leveling. It is attached to a mobile home park but was not a problem. The sites are narrow and mostly backin with a few pull throughs. We fit our 42' fifth wheel in without a problem. It is located approx 200 yards off the 101 with some traffic noise but not bad. Its not a bad park for what we used it for considering that there are very few parks in the area. Its a little pricy but so is everything else nearby. You can find goods and services with a short drive. There is a decent deli located in the park with a few grocery items also.
09/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
We found this park to be about 2 miles North of downtown Napa and a very convenient location for exploring Napa and the Napa Valley winery areas. The park has gravel roads and sites. All have water and electric but only the lower section has sewer. There is a dump station on the exit road. Most all sites will require leveling and very few have shade. The park would be a challenge for larger big rigs if it is near capacity. The sites are narrow and tight. It has a lot of walking trails but dogs are not allowed on them. There is a nice enclosed dog exercise/walk area, The showers and restrooms are old but were adequate. They advertise Wi-Fi but we could not get it. It's located in a huge wilderness area and is very quiet. Considering the cost of living in the Napa area, this park is a good value and adequate but definitely not a destination park.
09/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very nice well managed park that is kept impeccability clean. Paved roads and sites, most will require leveling. All back in sites mostly shaded. The dog walk area is very small and nothing else is available in the area. The neighborhood is kind of seedy but there doesn't seem to be a problem. The entrance is through a used car lot and there is occasional train noise. The Wi-Fi is excellent as is the cable TV, lots of channels and very fast Wi-Fi. The owner is very picky about enforcing all the park's policies. Its a short drive to goods and services in Redding and next door to a RV repair facility. All in all its a good value in Redding.
09/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
We stayed here as an overnight stop and found it to be a pretty much typical fishing camp. Most all the guests are here for the fishing. There are also several long term guests. The roads are gravel and the sites are grass and fairly level. Utilities worked well with the exception of no TV [cable or OTA] and the Wi-Fi was slow. The pull through sites in the middle of the park alternate directions so your sharing a table with your neighbor. The sites are kind of tight for big rigs to get into, and pretty narrow. Its located on a river but only 3-4 sites are waterfront. There is a community fire pit one the river and a floating dock for small boats. Fairly well maintained but could use a make over. They are a passport America and camp club member but they don't honor the discount during the summer months. AT&T dosen't work nor did our Verizon air card. The Verizon phone did work. No grocery stores nearby and only a couple of restaurants. We did enjoy a nice steak at the Steelhead Lodge which is a few miles south. To sum it up, its an OK park for a stopover if your not 40' or over and it would be great for a fisherman.
09/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed here a an overnight stop and to resupply our groceries. It is basically a big open lot with paved campsites North of the casino. It is on a body of water and is close to town. The park has 2 sections separated by a fence. The eastern section is with hookups and the western one is dry camping. I believe that the dry camping section is free. If possible try to get in the far eastern area of the eastern section if possible as there is less noise there than being adjacent to the highway. All utilities worked well and the laundry/restrooms/showers were clean and nice. OK for an overnighter or if you want to use the casino.
09/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
We ended up here because it was the only park that we could find with an opening for Labor Day weekend. We are very glad that we found it. It is a very well managed park with mostly semi secluded shaded and paved sites and roads. They have 50 amp electric and water but no sewer [there is a dump station]. Several walking trails nearby. The staff was very helpful and professional. There is some road noise if you are on the West side of the park. There is a grocery store in nearby Lakeside. No complaints, we enjoyed our stay.
08/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
Pretty much a standard KOA. Dirt and gravel roads and sites. Caters to the ATV crowd. Utilities worked well. It tends to get dusty with a lot of vehicle traffic. If your not into ATV'ing then you probably wouldn't like this park.
08/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
This campground is located in the fairground a mile or 2 from the city center. It was very easy to find and very quiet. All utilities plus Wi-Fi and TV cable worked well. Paved sites with no tables and most will require leveling. Several pull throughs available. Camp host was very helpful and knowledgeable. Located very near a great paved walking trail. We found it to be a good value and comfortable.
08/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
A nice small park that's good for an overnight or a couple of days stay to check out Raymond and South Bend. Very helpful staff. Excellent seafood restaurants and markets nearby. Park has good Wi-Fi and utilities [30 amp]. No shade but a nice view. The utility hook ups are designed for motorhomes. If your in a tow able you will need to hook up on the "wrong side". Nearby walking/bike paths. Very quiet and a good value.
08/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
We found this campground to be right on the ocean/sound with the sites within a few feet of the beach. It is also within walking distance to downtown Port Townsend. It has only 30 amp electric but does have 50+ cable TV and decent Wi-Fi. Most sites are small and close together but we got our 42' fifth wheel in OK. There is an excellent walking path on the perimeter of the park. There is no shade but the breeze coming from the water is cooling and we didn't need the A/C in the 3 nites we were there. Very pet friendly and helpful staff. The park does get crowded on the weekend. They charge $7.00 to make a reservation. There are 2 good restaurants on the property as well as a marina. All the sites are pretty much gravel [some leveling required] and the roadway coming in is narrow but doable. All in all we found it to be a pleasurable stay.
08/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is an older park that is in need of a make over. Used primarily for long term residents and fishermen. The Wi-Fi only works very near the office. No 50 amp. No shade, tight sites for bigger rigs. Does have some grass sites and some paved. Advertised as having cable TV but ours didn't work. Its about 3-4 miles off US 101 and fairly quiet. Not a great value at $38 but due to the late time arriving, we had to stay somewhere. I wouldn't recommend it due to the pricing. Goods and services require a drive of a few miles.
08/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
When I checked on reservation website, it showed the park as full. Knowing the lack of accuracy of their system, we came here anyway. Found there to be several sites available, but due to some strange rule, we could only stay one night without a reservation. We found it to be a decent state park campground with the common lack of amenities, 30 amp, no Wi-Fi, no TV, and no sewer for $45/night. Most sites were back, in some pull throughs. The sites were pretty large and even though it was advertised as beachfront, it was 200 yards, plus to the beach. A few sites were shaded but most were not. The large hill west of the park provides shade in the late afternoon. There is a small store on the property but for goods/services you have to drive into Port Townsend [approx 2-3 miles]. Campground hosts were helpful and nice. After the 1 night stay, we moved to a city campground that was directly on the beach and more convenient. If coming here, it is hard to find and after finding the park, it continues to be difficult to find the campground due to ineffective signage.
08/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
First of all, the reservation system is flawed. When I checked there were only 2 RV sites available. I booked one and upon arrival we found over 10 available. You should try and check with the park and not rely on the reservation system. It is a nice state park with no 50 amp, no Wi-Fi, no TV [even over the air], no sewer or dump. They say that they are working on the dump, but it doesn't look like it. Sites 17-18 (not reservable) are the only shaded sites and they are reluctant to rent 18 as they call it an overrun site even though it is the best site in the park. The other sites with electric are in the sun and offer no privacy. Rigs of 40' will need to be careful of the driveway and approach to most sites due to lack of turn radius. The park is kid friendly and caters a lot to the Scouts, whom sometimes get a little noisy. The rocky beach is approx 200 yds from the camping sites. The park is nicely kept and the staff is very helpful. @ $29/nite its overpriced for what you get.
08/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
We stayed here for 1 night as a stopover. It is not a resort by any means. It does have a pool, dusty dirt roads and dirt sites. Close to I-90 and very noisy. 30 amp only electric, water, Wi-Fi, and sewer advertised. We didnt get sewer or Wi-Fi. No cable TV or over the air TV. Very shady sites that are on the small size. Friendly and helpful staff. This park is a membership driven park [Sunrise Resorts] and a Camp Club park. They don't offer the Camp Club discount on weekends [F,S,S] or holidays. Without the discounts, it is overpriced.
08/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
This park is located just N of I-90 near the city of Wallace [walking distance]. The location is great as Wallace is a very cool town. The downsides are that the sites are tight, narrow road, no shade, 30 amp only, no TV. The sites do have a grass area but no tables. There is a nice bar at the south end of the park that serves a limited menu. Staff is helpful and considerate. We wanted to spend more time in Wallace but needed a little more comfortable park w/50 amp so we only stayed 1 nite here and moved to another park nearby. Would be fine for an overnight if you didn't need 50 Amp.
08/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here to do a little ATV riding and it was perfect for that. The park is located approx 4 miles from Wallace and has goods and services close by. Nice park with paved roads and grass sites, mostly shaded. Very nice hosts [Bob and Sue]. All utilities worked well as did the Wi-Fi and cable TV [50 chan]. The park is very well kept and managed, clean and quiet. Its a short distance off the Interstate for easy off and on access. We were here for 4 nights and enjoyed the stay.
08/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
Rules, rules, rules. No campfires, dogwalk out on the highway, can't walk your dog in the park, sign says to turn off your A/C when out for the day. Typical mom & pop operation. Very close to highway on the South side with considerable noise. Some interior roads and sites are paved some are dirt. Mostly pull throughs. No Wi-Fi, no TV. You can get 3 or 4 TV stations over the air. Most sites are very wooded and not likely to get satellite TV. There is a small bakery and breakfast available in the office. We thought $42/night to be very pricey for a utilities only site. It's located approximately 4 miles from West entrance to Glacier. You have to drive a few miles for limited goods or services. AT&T and Verizon worked well in this area.
07/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We used this park as an overnight stopover and found it to be a very nice park. Its about a mile from the interstate with no road noise. Its located away from the city a few miles and has gravel roads with grass camping areas which have a concrete pad for a picnic table, very little shade on any sites. Wi-Fi and utilities worked well but no TV. We did get a few channels over the air. Staff was nice and helpful other than mowing the grass at 9AM. You would need to drive a few miles for goods and services. Permanent campers are in a separate section of the park. Sites are long, but a little narrow for our taste. Good dogwalk. Overall it was more than adequate.
07/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
We stayed here for 2 nights to explore Butte and found it to be a decent older KOA. Its located near the city center but still requires a little driving for goods or services. No TV but the Wi-Fi worked well. Could pick up a few TV stations on the antenna. A few sites have shade but most don't. Gravel roads and sites, utilities worked well. Staff was nice. There is a small take out restaurant in the office that seemed popular, but we didnt use it. The park is located on a paved footpath that was great for dog walking.
07/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
We stayed here one night as a overnight stop. Found it to be very close to the Interstate with considerable noise. No shade, no TV, Wi-Fi was marginal. It was all gravel roads and sites. It is located a few miles outside of Butte requiring a drive for goods or services. Its an OK campground for an overnite and about $10 less expensive than the local KOA.
07/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
We stayed here for 1 night while passing through the area. We found it to be an OK park with few amenities but was fine for an overnight stop. Wi-Fi was good but no TV. Utilities were in working order including 50 amp electrical. Its a small park that fills up quickly so reservations might be a good idea. There is a convenience store across the street that serves as the office for the park. There is a bar/restaurant within walking distance that serves good food until 10PM. Its a decent park for an overnight stay. They accept Passport America @ $16/night.
07/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed here for a few days while exploring the Bighorn Mountains and the Basque festival. The park was nice, mostly shaded by huge Cottonwood trees that where shedding a lot of sticky cotton balls . The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well as did all utilities. Most sites were pull through. It's located adjacent to an Interstate that is sometimes noisy. Staff is very helpful and it is within walking distance of several restaurants. Overall we found it to be a decent park and it offers a 10% Good Sam discount.
07/2011
rating [ 2/10 ]
This park looks to be an old converted KOA. The surface roads are dusty/muddy and narrow. The sites are VERY tight and have only 30 amp power. The employees try to keep the restrooms clean, but people tracking in mud and dirt make it almost impossible. We planned on staying a few days but left after one night. The $80 rate is a joke for what you get.
06/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Pretty much a standard State Park Campground. Nice views but shy on features such as Electric, WiFi, and TV. Pit toilets other than the ones at the marina. Its about a 45-50 minute drive North of Steamboat Springs on a narrow 2 lane road with no real grocery stores within 20 miles so bring everything you will need. Verizon was pretty good but AT&T was poor. You can go to the Clark store and use their free WiFi but be prepared to pay double for any groceries. The lake is very nice as well as the views of Hahn Peak. You can get a bite to eat and a drink at nearby Hahns Peak Cafe. Also you are required to pay $6 every day that you stay to enter the park.
06/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We found this to be a decent State Park other than the noise from the railroad and Interstate traffic. The reservation system costs you $10 if you reserve sooner than 3 days out. For less than 3 days its first come. Its located about 12-15 miles East of Grand Junction and there are no grocery stores within 7-10 miles. LOTS of mosquitos even in the daytime. The river was flooding and all the river hiking trails were closed. No wifi or TV. AT&T and Verizon were marginal. We used it as a overnight stopover and it was fine for that.
07/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
We found this park to be pretty much a gravel parking lot with very little shade and a LOT of permanent campers living there. The $21 rate reflects the Passport America rate and must be paid in CASH only. We used it as an overnight stopover and it worked for that. I doubt that we would have any reason to stay there for any longer. It is close to restaurants and a Super Walmart. I definitely wouldn't stay there if not for the Passport discount. Cable TV was fair. I believe that WiFi was available for a fee but we didnt use it. Utilities worked OK and the staff was friendly. Its about 8-10 miles from I-25.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is the second year that we have stayed here and again found it to be a nice well managed park. The restrooms and showers were cleaned daily. The staff were very professional and helpful. Utilities all worked properly including a strong Wi-Fi. The cable TV hookup included 70+ channels. The park is about 4 miles south of town off Hwy 191.
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We were traveling on I-70 and due to the holiday weekend we couldn't find a site close to the Interstate so we opted for this park as it is approximately 6 miles off I-70. What a pleasant surprise. It is located on a big stream and is within walking distance of Golden's business district. It's small but very well kept. No pull through sites but we managed to get our 42' 5th wheel in a spot on the creek. All utilities worked fine as did the WiFi. We liked it so much we stayed 2 extra nights.
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here as an overnight while passing thru on I-70. We found it to be very clean and well managed. The staff was very nice and helpful. All utilities including WiFi worked well. Large graved pull through sites with some grass. Close to I-70 by no road noise. There is a steak house within walking distance that we ate at and found to be average. Its also open all day. Overall a nice park that's very convenient, would recommend.
05/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here as an overnight guest passing through on I-70. We got a large paved concrete pull through site and all the utilities worked fine including the WiFi. It was a very well kept park just off I-70. No road noise problems. The park is affiliated with a large county store that has over 100 cheeses and assorted gifts and worth a walk through. Staff was very helpful and professional. Definitely will stay here again if in the area.
05/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a fairly new park approximately 2-3 years old. Its close to I-24 and has huge pull through sites close to 100 feet long and 30 wide. All the utilities worked well until a 82 mph storm came through and knocked out the WiFi. It is a clean, well managed park and the staff is most helpful. It's far enough from I-24 that the traffic noise is not an issue. We stayed 3 days while visiting the area and would use the park again.
05/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
We stopped here on the way out of Florida. Its close to I-75 and about 60 miles N of Atlanta. Very nice park and location. Big sites and well kept. Everything worked well. The manager/owner was very helpful. Will definitely keep this one in mind when in the area. WiFi was fast and strong. Wish we could have stayed longer.
05/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We found this to be an older KOA but well kept. The grounds were very clean, and the staff was helpful. Nice pet walks. Most sites were tight for big rigs so make sure you ask for a larger site if needed. Mostly shaded around a small lake with green water. It's about a mile's walk to the beach but not bad. Most sites will require a little leveling. Over all, a decent park but at $68.00 it was overpriced.
10/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
We used this as an overnight stop but wished that we could have stayed longer. It was very quaint, quiet, well kept, and enjoyable. The owners have done a great job on this park and the pride of ownership shows. It's located on a 700 acre lake and is absolutely beautiful. Its about 6-7 miles off of I-10 and very secluded. Very helpful and considerate owners. Everything worked fine. We will be back.
10/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
We used this park as an overnight stop off of !-10. Found it to be a very large park with a few sites. All of the sites were large and shaded under large pecan trees. Beautiful area with deer and turkeys freely roaming around the park. Very quiet and easy on and off of I-10. Staff was very helpful. Cash only, no WiFi, 30-50 amp, water and sewer. No laundry. Nice area for a nature walk on the river. Well kept park in a rural setting, so bring what you need as there are no stores around. Possibly a little pricey for what you get, but still a nice get a way.
10/2010
rating [ 4/10 ]
We stayed here to visit the Caverns. After one night and one trip, we found this park to be approximately 50+ minutes to the caverns. It's located out in the middle of a very rural area 20 miles North of town. It was much like a parking lot with no character. Typical overpriced KOA operation with a lot of rules and nickel/dime attitude. They wanted to charge us a visitors fee for our friends to stop by for lunch. There was often a smell of natural gas in the air and the water was very harsh to the point that it left mineral deposits on our fixtures. We planned to stay for 3 days but thankfully we only paid for one and left after one night.
10/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Stayed here while visiting the Alamo and Riverwalk. Found it to be a very nice park with large well kept shady sites with grass. WiFi and 50 amp worked fine. Staff was numerous and very helpful. They advertise it as being within walking distance of the Riverwalk area, but you would have to be pretty athletic to do the walk there and back. I would guess it to be 4 miles + each way. There are city buses that stop right out side the front gate and drop you off on the Riverwalk for $1.10 each way and run fairly often. The dog walk area is right outside the back gate and is excellent.
10/2010
rating [ 5/10 ]
We stayed here to visit the Caverns. Found it to be mostly gravel and dusty. Some shade but not much. Rate reflects Passport America rate good for 2 days only then the rate goes to $44. The park had Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a pool which we never saw. It appears to be an old KOA. Sites were level and large in the back section. Most of the park is occupied by permanent residents but it was quiet and fairly well kept. This was probably the best park to use to see the caverns. There is another park across the street which may by co-owned and is very similar {The Windmill}. The other park is a KOA about 20 miles N of town. If you have to pay the full rate, I would consider it overpriced for what you get.
10/2010
rating [ 6/10 ]
Stayed here for an overnight stop off I-25. There were no sites available with sewer or 50 amp. We got water and 30 amp in row 'B'. Lots of permanent sites but it was quiet and well kept. Owner was nice and helpful. Would be a OK place to duck into off the interstate for an overnight stay. Restrooms and showers were closed. There was a little shade and gravel semi level sites. Easy access to I-25 and there were a couple of grocery stores and a Wal-Mart a few miles away. Wi-Fi worked well as did AT&T and Verizon.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is an older KOA park that was well ran. Didn't have cable TV or 50 amp at all sites. Quite a few permanent campers. The park is on a hillside and the sites are not very level but mostly shaded. Excellent dog run out the back gate into the Natl. forest. The paved roads were very narrow and the corners were difficult to navigate with a 42' MH. The staff was helpful and professional. Good location to access Flagstaff. All in all it was a good place for a few days.
10/2010
rating [ 3/10 ]
Stayed here for the balloon fiesta. Found it to be a large gravel, unlevel, dusty parking lot with temporary hook ups for 20 amp electric and low pressure water. A typical govt run operation. According to their website you had to arrive before dark to park and buy a minimum of 3 nights with no reservations available after the fiesta started and no telephone access to find out if there were spaces available or not without driving there in person. We got there at 7:03 pm and were told that parking was closed at 7 pm. Had to sit in the registration line all night even though there was plenty of daylight remaining. Very expensive camping at $65 for very minimal services. No dump station a pump out was $20. Showers were $ in a portable trailer. Water tank refill was $20. Wi-Fi was +$. We did get free shuttle bus to the fiesta park. It was a noisy park with shuttle buses starting to run up each isle a 4:30 am. Also there were pump out trucks and water trucks running all day. Add to that a ice cream truck complete with loud music playing driving around and you have a dusty loud parking lot. Will not stay here next year.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This was a very nice park located in the town of Cortez. It was clean and well kept. Fairly large sites, mostly shaded and some with grass. Paved streets and excellent cable TV. Very little traffic noise. AT&T and Verizon worked here. Staff was helpful and professional. We stayed here to visit the Mesa Verde NP and would recommend the park.
09/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
This park is located within easy walking distance to Main Street. Centrally located and well kept. It's an older park with a RV section and a Mobile home section. The river sites are very nice. WiFi worked well as did Verizon and At&T. Great views of the surrounding mountains. Most sites were tight but we got a 42' MH in fairly easily. Nice staff.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Very nice park with huge pull-through sites. All had grass and partial shade. Very well kept park with good WiFi. Has clean restrooms and showers and the staff was very helpful and professional. Verizon and AT&T worked well here.
06/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a very nicely maintained park with large sites and full hookups. Staff was professional and helpful. Located close to the strip but yet fairly quiet. Paved roads with concrete pads. Some shade but very little. Two pools and a small restaurant. A good park for a few days to see the local sites of LV.
06/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park located 4-5 miles south of town. Well kept with good WiFi and excellent cable TV. Mostly shaded sites of good size. 50 amp service. Quiet park off any loud highways. Owner and staff are very professional and helpful. AT&T and Verizon worked here fine. Clean showers and rest rooms. The $15 rate was with Passport America.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
A very nice, well kept park with lots of shade and grass. A small stream flows on one side. Its a couple of miles north of town and very quiet. Owner was nice and helpful. Quite a few seasonal campers and a nice clubhouse. WiFi only available near clubhouse. Cable TV only in selected sites. Campfires allowed. Sites are more than adequate in size. Extra $ for 50 Amp. AT&T & Verizon work fine here. Lots of rules and a little pricy but all in all, a nice park for a few days stay.
08/2010
rating [ 5/10 ]
We stayed here to explore the Gorge and Canon City. The park was a fairly average park and acceptable for a couple of night stay. Several full time residents scattered through the park. The 50amp service was in a newer section of the park which had no shade. We stayed in an older site with some shade and only 30 amp. The park was not as well kept as most and had tree limbs overhanging the roadways that rubbed on the sides of our motorhome. The restrooms were not well cleaned in the section that we were in. Lots of tent sites. This was formally a Yogi Bear park and had several kid type attractions that cost extra. Among them was metal go cart type buggy's that kids were using to roll down the gravel roadways. They made a lot of noise and after several hours, became a bit aggravating. Park maintenance needs to be stepped up.
09/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very nice clean friendly park that is within walking distance of the Town of Manitou Springs. Very helpful owners and staff. Restrooms and showers were very clean and well lighted. Most sites were 30 amp, some 50 amp. The sites located on the creek were very nice but 30 amp only. This is an older well kept park that would be fine as a base to check out the area. Be advised that the sites are relatively small with no campfires allowed. AT&T was poor, Verizon was fine.
09/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here over the Labor Day weekend and found it to be a very nice family operated small park. Everything worked well and was well maintained. The restrooms, showers, and laundry were very clean and well lighted. The owners are very dog friendly, pleasant, and helpful. The sites were on the small size but had a great view of the surrounding mountains as the park is located at the top of Raton Pass @ 7900'. AT&T worked fine, Verizon was marginal. The park has Wi-Fi but limits your use to a certain amount per day. No recreation available there but all in all, a comfortable stay.
09/2010
rating [ 3/10 ]
We used this park as a temporary one night stay to find another park in the Colorado Springs area for a week's stay. Its an older park that has seen better days. The grounds are overgrown with weeds, the lighting is for the most part, not functioning. Lots of permanent trailers and residents. The trash dumpsters were overflowing. Located close to the airport with the plane noise very noticeable. The staff was pleasant, helpful, and understanding. AT&T and Verizon worked fine. The advertised WiFi was non existent. The hookups were OK but the sites were very narrow. Might be an OK park for a 1 night enroute stay, but only if you couldn't find something else.
08/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed 3 nights in the park and found it to be very clean and well designed. Most all RV sites had electric [50A], none had water or sewer that we found. We were told that a few sites near the restrooms had full hook-up but we didn't see any. The restrooms and laundry were in like new condition having been recently remodeled. There is a brand new children's play area. Staff was professional. AT&T service was fair to poor, Verizon was good. The CO State Parks use a third party reservation system that you are charged $10 for the use of. Its a strange system in that you can't make reservations for less than 3 days out and the park personnel will only sell you a site if you are a walk up on the day you want to camp. The reservation system allows you to reserve a specific site for from 1 to 14 days. This makes it difficult to reserve a site in the near term for a week plus since most sites have a 1 or 2 day reservation sprinkled about, restricting longer reservations unless you can make them months out. The sites are away from the lake about 1 1/2 miles. Recreation is limited to a very few hiking trails and a kids playground. I would stay here again if the reservation system were more user friendly.
07/2010
rating [ 2/10 ]
We found this park to have very little as forms of creature comforts for the nightly rate of $86 + tax. The sites were mostly small and unimproved dirt which turned to mud after a rain shower. The restrooms and showers were dirty from people tracking in the mud. Most sites would require some leveling blocks in order to level your rig. The staff was not very helpful and unprofessional. I wouldn't recommend this campground if anything else was available. Best described as overpriced and mediocre.
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