They advertise Internet Access online but there's no WiFi or Internet Access from the Site or the Office that we could determine. Very disappointing place. Messy and junk strewn around everywhere. This might be the time of year perhaps(early Spring) but the lady told us she took over 1.5 years ago and a clean-up should have happened by now. The place just looks shoddy and run down. I would not stay here again unless it was just overnight as our stay was this time. Having no Internet Access, in a City like Swift Current, just isn't acceptable in a Campground.
Nice Park. Everything looks good, clean, and cared for. Outside workers work very hard keeping things nice. Office staff are somewhat unhelpful and could use some training in public relations. Hotel buffet is outrageously overpriced at $20/person. Other than that, the RV park itself is a very good place to stay. The rate quoted reflects membership in Passport America.
A good park, everything you need for overnight or a much longer stay. Appears to be well cared for, but we only stayed overnight. Close to Mt. Shasta. Impressive sight. WE weren't impressed with the $5 Electricity Surcharge. Overkill. Raise your prices, but don't add surcharges. Irritates people. It equates to raising prices via the back door.
I certainly could not find much to complain about with this RV park. Everything was clean, owner/manager was pleasant, site was big enough, and everything worked. We did not think the permanent park models were run down or sites cluttered. Appearance seemed quite good to us. There appeared to be lots of activities for residents, and although we did not participate, we were made to feel welcome and always invited to attend social occasions in the park. We would stay here again, and the rate quoted is Passport America rate for seven days plus electrical. A good park and well located in Apache Junction.
For short or long-term stays this is one of the nicest smaller parks in Yuma. Mature citrus trees on every space and you can pick your own oranges, grapefruit or lemons every morning. WOW. Grass, no gravel, on every site. Lots of social gathering places and a great Clubhouse with modern laundry and small library. Swimming pool, putting green, Wi-Fi, city water, free cable TV, clean showers and restrooms. The manager of this park is a gem and lives on site. Park is quiet and residents are friendly and make you welcome. In the heart of Yuma. We will definitely stay here again. We've never had a happier time in Yuma and this is our third winter visit to the city but first time at Rolle's Lynda Vista. A Passport America Park! Don't bypass this Park.
Truly a pleasurable oasis along Highway #15. We stayed in the Cottonwood Section and paid Passport America Rate for four days and full rate for the other three weekend days. The price quoted reflects the average per night overall. Sites here in the Cottonwood Section are wide and spacious. The area is clean and beautifully landscaped and well kept. Kudos to those looking after this beautiful park. Bike/walking trail in Park that goes for miles and numerous golf courses with reasonable prices. I would have given this Park a ten except for the fact that the staff are somewhat rigid and officious about certain things. They had a rather strange process for picking a site which they insisted you strictly adhere to. We were scolded for not doing so. Perhaps a few lessons for staff on how to handle incoming Campers hospitably? Other than that I would highly recommend this Park. The Park is quiet except for one barking dog (and owner who seemed to encourage it) and a few trains passing in the distance. The fact that they give four weekdays at Passport America price is just a great bonus. Come, stay at Rancho Jurupa. We certainly will again.
This has to be one of the most pleasant places we've stayed at since leaving Canada in late October. It is a quiet, serene, pretty park with a small lake (not for swimming). Birds aplenty. All amenities available in the City of Watsonville. The back-in sites are easy in and out, and are very adequate for most units. Electric, water and sewer at every site and 30 amp power. Paddle and row boats to rent. Fishing (kids 15 and under no license required). The WiFi has to be the best we've encountered in any RV Park that we've stayed in. Perfect! Great biking in the area. We've been here for one week and we'll definitely stay here again. The people are helpful, friendly and generous. Don't by-pass this one. One in a million.
To say this "Park" is a bit cramped would be an understatement in my opinion. The short term stays are crammed in together all in a row, and we had to back in and out of the road leading to our site as we could not turn around with our truck, and there was no other way out. On either side we looked into the windows of two huge RVs. This "Park" was a great disappointment, and I would find it difficult to refer to it as a park. To exit the place we left early in the morning and backed our truck and travel trailer out of the site and up the exit road inside the campground to get out. I don't know how else we would have exited as we could never have made the corners to exit in the proper direction--not without moving several vehicles and flower pots and not with a 27' Camper and a truck. That said, everything worked well. We had full hook-up, and the people in the office were great. They had a great looking TV & public sitting room, and the laundry worked well and was economical at $1.25/washer. The half barrels of flowers are a lovely touch but so inadequate in the cramped, dismal surroundings. We would never stay here again. Price quoted is Passport America price, and as far as I'm concerned, about double what should be charged for this place. Passport America and Good Sam need to rethink endorsing this campground.
This Campground is a hidden gem if you are travelling down the #101 Highway. Tucked away near the small center of Scotia it is as peaceful and serene as you can ever imagine. If there's noise from the highway, you would have to have very keen hearing to be disturbed by it. It is a pastoral setting and we were the lone overnight campers with only the deer for company. The lady and gentleman who registered us were kind and helpful. The gentleman came over, from what he was doing, to see that we were comfortably settled. No Wi-Fi, no Cable TV, but if you are looking for a beautiful setting and a great place to unwind and for kids to run and roam, you couldn't find better. We had no children with us, but I can see they would love the place. There was even a bit of a playground for them and a hollowed out tree stump that would intrigue. Love this place and we'll be sure and stop again if we travel the coastal highway from Canada. Price quoted was Passport America price for overnight. Thanks PA. Thanks to the Campground Management for honoring Passport America.
This is one of the very BEST Campgrounds/RV Parks we've stayed in for some time. We are Canadians and full time on the road since 2010 and the atmosphere at this Campground is second to none. Quiet, pleasant surroundings, close to Richland/Kennewick & Pasco, the Tri Cities. There is a county park with a boat ramp, picnic tables etc directly across the street and a large Horse Ranch borders the back. It is very picturesque and pastoral. The sites are level and the WiFi works very well. It is directly in the heart of Washington wine country in Benton City which is a small quaint country town of 3000 people. There are paved bike trails just up the road that go for several miles. There are hiking trails along the Yakima River and up into the Horse Heaven hills about a half mile away. The rate shown is the Passport America rate which we received for the entire time we stayed here. People in the office are wonderfully welcoming, friendly and very helpful and we thank them for honoring Passport America. There are no downsides to staying in this Park.
We stayed here for almost two weeks. We were never bothered with "noise" from the street. Perhaps we are immune or deaf? It seemed to be a nice quiet setting. The couple in charge are just great and try very hard to meet your every need. Construction work is being done on the property but we hardly noticed. Bike trails are handy to the Park as are many other amenities in Sioux Falls. Sioux Falls is a lovely City. Falls Park is a gem. The bike trails are super. If only someone could halt the winds. My one and only disappointment in this Park was the extremely poor WiFi Signal. Thus the "5" rating rather than a 8 or 10. Terrible signal and frustratingly erratic. Spoke to the owners but there was no attempt to fix it, or, if there was, it didn't work. We would not return because we have great need of WiFi for our banking and to keep in touch with family in Canada. Too bad that, right in the center of Sioux Falls, they couldn't fix the WiFi Signal. Seems there might just be a lack of will? Everything else in this Park was just fine. Including a very clean and well appointed laundry.
This is a special place. Wonderful lady at the check-in and spaces are wide and well looked after. I couldn't be happier about this Park. Nebraska City is a very special place. Victorian Acres is a very special Park. Come and enjoy. We paid the Good Sam Price. Wi-Fi performed perfectly. Fast and stable. You won't be sorry if you stay here.
This is a new Park and I would definitely NOT stay here again if it was raining. The mud is horrific and there's no relief from it anywhere on the site. It sticks to everything like glue to a blanket. A lot of work is going to have to go into combating this problem before this Park could be termed a good place to stay if it is wet out. The Wi-Fi works very very well. All the necessities like electricity, water, sewer are handy to the rig and work perfectly. The sites are large and the park is well lit. It is quiet. There are very small trees and no grass anywhere. The owner is a very nice person and very accommodating and if the place was dry it would be a good stopover on Highway #54. It is a Passport America Park. I wish them luck, they have a long way to go and a lot of work ahead of them.
You are in New Mexico folks so the Campground is not pristine nor green. But, it is clean and well cared for and the owners/management are absolutely stellar. WiFi worked fantastically and we were here for three nights. Site was good. Services, water, sewer and electricity, all performed perfectly. We didn't use the washrooms or laundry. Very windy days so we didn't get out and about much but this Campground is close to Elephant Butte State Park and Dam and lots to see and do in the area. IF you like fishing this is the place to be. I would highly recommend campers to stay here if you are looking for well cared for facilities, but not a Resort. Price reflects membership in Passport America and we thank the people at this Campground for being members of Passport America.
This is not a fancy park but if you are into biking, it is right off the bike trail and a beautiful City Park. From the bike trail you can explore a lot of historical old downtown YUMA. We did. People are friendly and kind. After a bit of prompting to the Manager the Wi-Fi performed quite well. The Wi-Fi is very fast as long as the people in charge keep it up and running. We'd stay here again because of the people and the location in YUMA and because this is a PASSPORT AMERICA Park. Thanks to the people who operate the park for being part of Passport America.
We are well pleased with this park. Laundry room is clean and very adequate. Pool looks nice but didn't go in. They keep it covered at night. People are just great. Bit far out of the city of Yuma but quiet and very pleasant park. We have been here one week and are about to sign up for a second week. Rate reflects membership in Passport America. Thanks to this Park for their participation in the Passport America group of campgrounds. We are proud members of PA. We greatly appreciate them making camping affordable. Good park, great people. What more can you ask? Water, sewer, electricity and Free Wi-Fi. A TEN.
I hate to give this RV Park a bad review because it should and could be a wonderful place to stay. Two very nice little lakes and some trees. Attractively decorated with a couple of fountains in the lakes. But, dairies are too close and the flies are impossible. We killed flies in our Camper for two days after leaving here. We stayed three nights at Reflection Lake. The people were wonderful and friendly and very helpful. The surroundings were fairly clean where we parked on the lake and the waterfowl were a joy to watch. However, this RV Park has seen better days. It badly needs a complete cleanup and some stringent rules for permanent units who have surrounded the larger lake completely. Too bad these permanent residents have ruined the aesthetics of the place. We did not use the bathrooms or showers, but I did laundry and the laundry room was swarming with flies. Bottom line, a place to spend maybe one or two nights but the flies will drive you away. It certainly did us. $35/night (weekend) is way, way too much for this RV Park. Even in California. Even on the weekend. They also only honor the Passport America rates Monday through Thursday. That is Not good enough. Not for the problems they have here. We would probably never stop here again.
We stayed in this Resort RV Park for three weeks so far. There are no negatives here. This is an extremely efficiently run and beautiful RV Resort. People are great. Lots of activities. Pool set-up looks marvelous if only the weather would warm up a bit. We stayed here at the Passport America Rate which varied between $22.50/night to $27.50/Friday Saturday. Every third day we paid the full price. We were very pleased that the Park would honor the Passport America Rate so generously. Thanks Golden Village Palms. Good people. Great Park. Would encourage anyone in the Hemet Area of California to try this Park. You won't be sorry. Oh, and we found the Town of Hemet a great place to shop. Everything you could ever want can be found on Florida Street in Hemet CA.
Under new management. Very clean well managed and appealing surroundings. The aesthetics of the sites is amazing. Very good large laundry facilities. Lots of trees dividing sites. Managers are accommodating and helpful and we were very pleased with everything in this Park except perhaps the price. Just back in Canada from the USA we were suffering sticker shock paying $32/night vs $12 or $15 in the US. But, I don't think you can do any better anywhere else that close to Vancouver. The location is excellent if you are visiting in the lower mainland or even in Vancouver. Someone has taken a great deal of pride and effort in landscaping this Park. It is lovely.
A small Park but very acceptable for overnight or, as we were, in a holding pattern in the rain before moving on. It is conveniently located right in Town and close to the Beach. Good clean facilities for laundry and bathrooms. Someone cares very much about this Park and it shows. It is well kept but with limited space. Good Wi-Fi. Full hook-up. We stayed here at the Passport America rate of $15.50/night.
It would be generous to call this place anything but a dump. The only redeeming features were the LOCATION (within walking/biking distance of Larkspur Ferry to San Francisco. Excellent Wi-Fi (Through Tengo) and full hook-up where everything worked and worked well. This is not a Campground as such. It is a Parking Lot for RVs & Campers. At $40/night PLUS TAXES it is a very expensive Parking Lot. Some serious effort needs to happen before I would rate this place above a one. Desperate people do desperate things. Like Stay Here.
This is a very nice looking Park with friendly and courteous owners/managers. Everything is clean and neat and well kept up. I did laundry and the laundry room was excellent. Large deep machines. I would give this Park a ten except we could not get any Cell Phone Service (first time in the US) and the Wi-Fi was not available in our unit. Only in the Office. IF they had decent Wi-Fi at every site and could get Cell Phone Service this Park would definitely rate a 10/10. This is a Passport America Campground and we stayed there for $16.50/night.
It was truly a pleasure to be in this Park. Some noise from traffic but didn't bother. Clean, clean, clean. WiFi worked extremely well. Fast and stable. Couldn't ask for better. Management was friendly, caring and efficient. Quartzsite is a City of RV Parks but this is truly one of the best in my opinion. This is a "no pets" Park. The rate quoted is the Passport America Rate. We would stay here again in a second.
This is a quiet Park. Staff is friendly and efficient. Sites are clean and well kept up. All services work as expected. BUT, we are parked door to door with our neighbor on one side and almost touching slides with our neighbor on the other. Had we wanted to sit outdoors it would have been extremely inconvenient. We would have had to sit out almost on the road. A tree between us and the neighbor made it impossible to extend our awning. Luckily the weather was cool so we didn't really need to extend it. Fortunately we are only two people and had no visitors or it would have been extremely inconvenient. Water pressure was low. Doesn't bother us because we use water from our tanks and our pump but otherwise could have been a problem. Wi-Fi? All I can say is WHAT Wi-Fi? The Campground provides free Wi-Fi Internet to ONE computer. If you have two computers you need to share the time. Most of the time we were here at Leaf Verde, TengoInternet was down and despite having five bars on our "signal" from the Campground we could NOT access the Internet or send e-mail. I made repeated calls to Tengo Internet HELP and that did bring on some action and for a short period of time the system would work. Sometimes slowly. I would say that over the seven days we were in this Campground, the Internet was available to us about 10% of the time satisfactorily. The rest of the time it was slow or non-existent. Had I been paying Tengo's rate of $4.95/day for Internet I would have been extremely incensed. Since it was free from the Campground, I was just totally frustrated. I spent a lot of time connecting and re-connecting just to receive the small amount of Internet time we did receive. Finally on the last day here (28th of February) I must have struck a chord with someone at Tengo's Help Line because today we've had a signal almost all day. After a call to them early this morning. What a surprise. I do not blame the Campground for this poor Wi-Fi Signal. I think they've done their best to provide a signal through Tengo. I do blame Tengo Internet. If and when we see that name again I'll know not to depend on having Wi-Fi. I will certainly know not to pay for it. I doubt we would stay here again. Sites are way way too narrow and this close to Phoenix we expected to have an extremely good Internet signal. Not to be. We stayed here as Passport America Campers.
We lucked into this Campground because we were traveling the I-10 with a full black tank (lots of swaying) and needed a place to dump. We came out of Seguin, TX, at three o'clock in the afternoon, and found the River Valley RV Park and were very pleased with the entire experience. The staff at the motel were courteous and helpful and we had water, electricity (30 amp) and sewer. We occasionally got Wi-Fi, but it was erratic. For overnight (or two) this is a very good place to stay. We did not find the highway noise a problem ,and we ate in the restaurant at the gas station, and the food was excellent. Service even better. Thanks to all at Riverview Valley & Motel/Service Station! You saved us from a lot of grief looking for a place to dump our black tank. We really didn't want to drive much further in the wind and the trailer swaying badly. Between Seguin, TX ,and Fort Stockton this is a good stopping alternative.