This is not a destination park, but a nice enough place to use as a base for exploring the four-corners area or for an overnight stop. There are six pull-through sites that will accommodate a 45 foot motorhome. Sites and roads are packed dirt. The campground is clean and the few trees are trimmed. The approximately 10 long-term RVs at the park are decently kept up. The on-site owner is friendly and willingly shares his knowledge of the area. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a week. If we are ever back in the area or passing through we would stay here again.
This is not a destination park, but an excellent place to use as a base for exploring the Albuquerque area or for an overnight stop. The price is certainly right. Most sites are pull-through and long enough for a 45 foot motorhome. The sites are wide enough to accommodate RVs with opposing slides with a vehicle parked beside it. The sites are level gravel, electricity is stable and water pressure is good. We were parked in the back of the park, so did not hear the traffic on I-40. The campground is clean and the few long-term residents keep their sites neat. There is a nice club house and laundry. We are full-time RVers and stayed there overnight. We use this park every time we go through Albuquerque.
Every RV park designer should follow the lead of this park. The pull-through and back-in sites are spacious and separated by privacy fences. The grounds are well-kept with pleasing desert landscape—so don’t expect a lot of grass. The “yard” is crushed stone and the roads are packed dirt. The water pressure is good and the electricity is stable. Utility connections are well placed. The entire place is quiet and peaceful. Hosts are very friendly and knowledgeable about the many attractions in the area. We are full-time RVers and lived here for four days and will definitely return.
What a wonderful place to stop on the long drive through West Texas! The park is clean. The roads, sites and “yards” are all gravel, but this is West Texas. The distance between sites is adequate and big-rig-friendly. Trees are just beginning, so the sites are good for those with roof-top internet satellite dishes. On-site owners are very friendly and we were escorted to our assigned site. Interesting feature–they have a large fire-pit for guests to gather round on cooler nights with concrete benches decorated with historical cattle brands. Nice touch. We are full-time RVers who just stopped for the night, but will always make this a stop on our frequent crossings of this part of Texas.
Just passing through the area, we stopped here because of previous reviews and we were not disappointed. It is a clean, quiet park with paved streets and level concrete/asphalt pull-thru sites. For big-rigs you have to position your rig so that your jacks stay on the concrete as the asphalt will not support heavy rigs. FHUs are well positioned. The water pressure was good and the electricity was stable. Sites are good for those with roof-top internet satellite dishes. Good signage, but check your mileage for there is another RV park between the exit ramp and Fernbrook. Rate reflects CampClub USA discount. Staff was friendly and escorted us to our assign site. We are full-time RVers who just stopped for the night.
A great destination park convenient to all the tourist places across the state line in Memphis. Siting right on the banks of the Mississippi there are times in the spring when the park is closed because of flood waters. Check their website before making plans. We were here between two flood closings, but the long pull-through, big-rig-friendly sites were dry. FHUs were well positioned, water pressure was good, but electricity spiked several times, once as high as 127 volts. Streets are gravel, but parking pads are level concrete with grass between the sites. Distance between sites varied but in all cases are adequate for enjoying the outdoors. Some sites are in the forest, but those along the river bank are good for those with roof-top internet satellite dishes as the trees are well spaced. There is a section for motorhomes so the windshield faces the river and another section for tow ables so the rear window faces the river. Good planning on management’s part. Staff was cordial and led us to our site. We are full-time RVers and lived here for only four nights, but we will return so we can sit on the river bank and wave at the barge captains.
This park is closed. We personally checked it out. Phone calls to the Resort, to the dealership and the legal office all go to voice mail and one is told "mail box is full." According to the Arizona Daily Star, Tucson's newspaper: "Beaudry RV Co. has suspended operations as bankruptcy creditors say the company's recent sale has forced its real estate loans into default." It is unknown if or when the RV Resort will reopen.
This is a delightful park: clean and aesthetically pleasing. There is a section in the midst of a cleared old-growth forest with lots of shade, and there is a section that is sunny and roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. There are back-in sites and pull-throughs, most are wide and long enough for the largest RV. Trees are trimmed so that the tallest of RVs have no problems. Roads and sites are gravel. Most sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Water pressure is great. Entrance is well marked. If you want a specific section during the three summer months, make your reservation well in advance, because this is a popular place. Hosts are friendly and will escort you to your site. The lower rating is because we were highly disappointed in the staff’s unwillingness or inability to change our pre-assigned site. When we made our reservations two months prior to our arrival, we stated that we must have a clear view of the southeastern sky for our roof-top internet satellite dish. They told us at the time and when we arrived that others got satellite connection from this site. It looked doubtful to us and we asked for another site where we knew we could get connected. We were told that because we were going to be here for two weeks, they couldn’t move us to the other site. That site was empty when we arrived and empty when we departed. No less than 6 RVs from a pop-up tent to a 40ft MH cycled through that site while we were here. None had a satellite dish and most where here for only a night or two. We did get connected in the site they had assigned us, but we had to pull so far forward that we were almost in the road. It took three hoses to connect to the sewer. We are full-time RVers and lived here for two weeks.
In its day, this must have been a beautiful RV park. The sites are wide, there are nice shade trees and a small duck pond. But now, most of the sites are permanently occupied by older trailers and all the normal accumulation of “stuff” that goes with them. A few of the sites available for temporary stays can accommodate a 40-foot RV, but most are for those 30-feet or less. The roads and sites are gravel and weeds are plentiful. Except for the entrance, it is not an attractive park. We did not see any pull-through sites. Staff is friendly, but not what we would consider customer-oriented because: In June we made a two-week reservation for August and we were assigned a specific site that is roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. However, when we arrived that site was occupied by people who had come in for the weekend for some kind of festival in one of the near-by towns. We were put in a site for a day/night where we could not get satellite reception. Another RVer said a similar situation also happened to him. There are some pluses. The new convenience store is large and well stocked. The entrance way is attractive. The water pressure is great, the electricity is stable and the sites are level. The park is quiet and centrally located, but caution, the map on their website pin-points the town’s post office, not the campground. The entrance is actually on Pioneer Way E (Hwy 162) a hundred yards east of the intersection with South Prairie Road E. We are full-time RVers who lived here for two weeks.
Rate is the prorated of monthly rate for a large site. Nice gated park with concrete pads. Sizes vary and the nightly fee is based on pad size. All are pull-thru sites. In the longer sites, sewer connection is at the back of the site, while the E/W/Cable power pole is midway on the site which could be troublesome for some. Loaner sewer hoses may be available. Each site has a small grass area, picnic table and a baby tree. All sites are roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. Water pressure is good, but water is very hard. Electricity is stable. Hosts are very friendly and customer oriented and will escort you to your site. Easy on-off I-215 for those who only need an overnight stop. We are full-timer RVers and lived here for three months. We are going to return for we like the Wasatch Front and the Salt Lake City area with all the different things to do.
Nice clean park with big-rig friendly, level sites with long paved pads and fairly wide grass yards. Some pull-through sites, some back-ins. Wonderful water pressure and stable electricity. Sites with single-digit numbers and a few others scattered around the park are roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. Managers keep the park neat and clean and strict rules insure the seasonal residents do too. Nightly rate included free WiFi. We are full-time RVers who stayed here four days to visit Mount St. Helen. We would stay here again.
We enjoyed this quiet, aesthetically pleasing simple campground. The only road is a packed dirt loop drive and is wide. Sites are level gravel facing a large grass area with picnic table. Most are well shaded, but sites 22 and 23 are roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. Pull-through sites are parallel with the road and the curb side faces either the marina or an open field. There is a pleasant looking tent-only area. Utility hook-ups are well located. Water pressure is good. Electricity is stable. Hosts are very customer oriented and sites are assigned when reservations are made. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a week. We would definitely return.
This is a great city park, with wide level sites. RV parking areas are gravel with yards of grass with fire pits. Some have trees, some are open to the southern sky. Some sites are Full hook up, some have just electricity and some are for dry-tent-camping. Prices vary depending on type of site. Great water pressure and stable electricity. It is self registration and reservations can be made (and should be made for weekends). We are full-time RVers who only stopped here for an overnight stay, but we are definitely planning on coming back and staying for awhile.
This is a no-frills, clean park with pull-throughs that would accommodate most RVs with hitched tow vehicle. Sites are full hook ups with good water pressure and stable electricity. Distance between sites is adequate for big-rigs with opposing slides. Ground is all gravel; the sites are level and the campground is easy in/out. There are no trees so it is roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. The campground has free Wi-Fi for those who need it. Manager was friendly and helpful. We are full-time RVers who stopped here for an overnight stay and will definitely stop here again as we cross the country.
This is a no-frills RV park that was once a “motor-hotel” in the hey-day of Route 66. The pull-through sites are very long and wide enough to accommodate RVs with opposing slides. The sites are clean and level and a combination of grass/gravel. Some sites are open with small trees/bushes and some sites are shaded by large cottonwood trees. The staff is helpful, friendly and led us to our site. The full hook ups have stable 30 or 50 amps and good water pressure. Price we paid reflects the 50% discount offered to members of the Escapees RV Club. This was the first time we have stopped here, but it will be a regular stop on our frequent travels across this part of New Mexico. We are full-time RVers who stayed here for two nights.
We booked a 20 day stay at this campground based on the review made in May 2006. In no way could we rate this RV park any higher than we did. The only pluses are the friendliness of the owners and staff and the location between Canon City and the Royal Gorge. The campground is old and the new owners are doing all they can to improve it. But still, the sites are long, but much too close together. If the park had been full, it would have been awning to awning except for a few sites. The park is clean, but there is no landscaping, just dirt and what would grow naturally. Some sites are shady, some are open and roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. New gravel for the roads kept down the dust and new picnic tables replaced the old ones while we were there. A few sites have 50amps. We are full-time RVers and stayed here for the 20 days only because the park was not full. If we return to the area, we would select another park.
This is a delightful park that is only open from April through September. We visited this park in July for 10 days and then returned for a month in September. Price reflects the monthly fee pro-rated on a daily basis. There are a wide variety of sites – no cookie-cutter locked-stepped layout in this park. There are pull-thru sites, back-in sites and pull-in sites. Sites are immaculate, level, packed dirt surrounded in most cases by grass. Sites are mostly shady, but the owners know which ones are roof-top internet satellite dish friendly and accommodated our needs. Water pressure is good, electricity is stable and utility connections are convenient. No highway noises, no railroad whistles! Clean 24-hour laundry and facilities. Deer and wild turkey are often seen roaming in the open areas. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a month and are planning on returning next year.
What a delightful park! Sites are level gravel surrounded by grass – some are shaded, some are open and roof-top internet satellite dish friendly – most will accommodate any size of rig. We were there in the middle of the week and found it to be a relaxing quiet campground. There is a campground host, but it is self registering at a kiosk after you select your site. We are full-time RVers and just stopped in for the night, but we will definitely return for the maximum stay of 14 days.
Price reflects ½ price using Golden Age pass. A clean, quiet, aesthetically pleasing campground with gravel sites and roads. Large expanses of grass between sites. Sites had fire rings and picnic tables. Some sites are heavily shaded, some open and roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. Some sites are double, making it nice for two rig camping with friends. Most sites will accommodate the longest of rigs, but slope so that motorhomes may need blocks under the front or rear tires/jacks. There shouldn’t be any problems for 5th wheels or travel trailers. There are no sewer hookups but there is a dump station. We are full-time RVers and lived here for only four days, so we will definitely return.
Great campground for an overnight stay when heading through Kansas on I-70 or US 83. Easy on-off of both roads, but the large sign for the campground is after the entrance when driving north on US 83. Extra long pull-throughs are level and roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. Good restaurant adjacent to the campground. We are full-time RVers and stopped for the night as we have before and will again.
This is a simple campground with mostly pull-thru sites. The roads are dirt. The level gravel sites are long enough for 40' rigs with adequate width for opposing slides and awnings. There was good water pressure and stable electricity. This is not a resort destination, but a great central location for day trips to Taos, Santa Fe, Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos and surrounding pueblos. Plus the price is reasonable. There are some large shade trees but not so dense as to interfere with roof-top internet satellite dishes. We found the hosts/owners, a young couple with day jobs, to be friendly and customer oriented. We are full-time RVers and lived here for two weeks.
The campgrounds on the Cam-Plex are only for rallies and events held at this facility. It is not a place to live nor is it a vacation destination. The rating we gave it is based on that premise. The fact that one can attend a rally with well over a thousand rigs and everyone can have FHUs is commendable. The campgrounds are basically open grassy fields "planted" with power boxes and bisected with dirt roads. The sites are long and narrow — but yet wide enough for rigs with opposing slides and awnings. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a week during the Escapees' Escapade. We would recommend the Cam-Plex for big rallies.
Every year we stop at this park for a week during our cross country migration. A clean, aesthetically pleasing and quiet park, it is designed with a lot of space between the level sites. In the Park Terrace section, some of the back-in spaces are in a forest-like setting with gravel pads and some are in a grassed area with concrete pads that is roof-top internet satellite dish friendly. All have fire-rings and picnic tables. Water and sewer are shut off from mid/late October until spring. When arriving you go and pick out your space, set up and then go to the office to register. Park is packed full on weekends and reservations are not accepted. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a week. We will return.
We liked this campground, it met all our basic needs. Sites were long and level. The ones in the open were side-by-side, which meant that we were close to our neighbors in the back, but we had a large "front yard" that did not have the neighbors sewer in it. Sites vary in size. Some are in a setting that resembles a pine forest. Others are in the open and therefore are roof-top Internet satellite dish friendly. There are a few small sites, but most will accommodate the largest of rigs. Sites are level packed dirt. Water pressure was very good and the electricity was stable. All sites had fire-rings and picnic tables. Roads in the park were gravel. Staff was friendly and had excellent pastries and pasties for sale. The park was clean, quiet and a pleasant place to stay. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a week. We would return.
Don’t let the name of the park or the fact that it has a filling stations (diesel too) or that it is located at the intersection of US 2 and Hwy 169 put you off. This park is set way back from the road. It is clean and quiet. It is a big-rig friendly, no frills park with full hook up, pull-thru sites on packed dirt. The sites are level, long and adequately spaced with fire-rings and picnic tables. Some sites are in the open and are roof-top internet satellite dish friendly, others are nestled between trees and have all-day shade. Roads are packed dirt. It is ATV-friendly with access to trails directly from the campground. Staff is customer-oriented and friendly. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a week. We would return.
Clean park with friendly staff that made sure we had a site with view of the sky for our Internet-Satellite dish. The sites were level and some are pull-thru. The roads through the campground were rather challenging for our MH with toad attached. On our site we could stay hooked up for our overnight stay, but many of the others would have been too short. We knew the river was close because we had an unobstructed view of the State Street Bridge. Campground was quiet during the day, but at night, State Street became a motorcycle dragway. That is not the campgrounds fault, but it made sitting out in the evening rather noisy and unpleasant.
This is a simple campground that satisfied our needs for an overnight stop -- easy on/off I-94 at US 12, clean, level pull-thus, water/electric, clear view of the sky for our Internet Satellite dish and the price is certainly appealing. They also had a pool that looked inviting. We are full-timers and would stop here again, even stay a couple of days just to rest.
This is a clean well-maintained quiet park with fairly level sites. It is big-rig and satellite dish friendly. There are a wide variety of types of sites, so specify what you want when you make your reservations.. Some sites face the river, some are gravel sites, some are grass sites, some have 50amps, many surround the two stocked fishing ponds, most are surrounded by grass and nicely spaced large trees and a few of the sites are close together. There is a dump station and an inexpensive honey wagon is available. They have a very limited number of sites with FHU and they are saved for RVers that are there for longer stays. There are also four cabins along the river. Tent area is separate from the RV section. The park is accessed via an open-range gravel road off Hwy 298 south of Big Timber. Campground hosts were friendly, customer-oriented and escorted us to our site. There is a GS discount or a weekly discount. We are full-timers who lived there 16 days and would definitely return.
This is a clean park with level gravel sites and small grass plots between sites. Pull-thus will handle the biggest of rigs, but the towed/tow may have to be parked in another location not far away. Streets are paved, but narrow. However, a big-rig can negotiate the roads. Many rules keep the park at a high quality and they are posted on their web page so we were aware of them before making a reservation. Personal on-site clothes line are not allowed which we can live with, but the bad part is that the campground does not have clothes lines by the laundry room that we could use. We were there during record-breaking temps and management asked everyone to use only one AC to keep from overloading the local grid. Campground host couples were friendly and customer-oriented. We are full-timers and stayed there two weeks.
This is a delightful RV park – aesthetically pleasing and quiet. Paved streets, gravel parking area is level, large grass lawns between sites. Half the sites are pull-thrus and all are big-rig friendly. About two-thirds of the sites are shaded with tall pines and deciduous trees. The other one-third are satellite friendly. Park is on east side of Hwy 93 just north of I-90 and convenient for on-off. Nice lounge adjacent to clean laundry room. Mid-day the water pressure is low, but otherwise it was sufficient. Every site was filled every night, so reservations are a smart way to go. We are full-timers and without question would stay here again.
The $8.00 rate is for Coast to Coast Members. This is a sad park. It is sad that it is so neglected. The ground is packed dirt and not level. Trees were cut, probably to accommodate larger rigs, but the stumps were left. The roads were narrow. Some of the so called pull-through sites are actually two sites end-to-end, so that if another rig is already parked in one, you must back into the other one. Although the desk clerk was friendly, she could not find our reservation and then assigned us to a site that was already occupied. The park was only about 25% filled, so we chose another site and notified the office. Even at this price, we would not stay here again. The one night we stayed was enough!
We have never given this high a rating before, but this RV park truly deserves it. The paved level sites are widely spaced and nestled in the woods. DirecTV antennas are placed throughout the campground and cabled to the sites. The on-site owner loves what he is doing and it is reflected in the cleanliness and appearance of the park. At check-in he gave us a golf-cart tour of the campground. He is also knowledgeable about the area and is more than willing to share it with his guests. The price mentioned is the nightly rate, but huge discounts are offered for longer stays. This is not a resort, but a wonderful mountain retreat and a great place "to get away from it all." We are already planning a return visit.
This is not a resort nor a place for small children. It is an excellent location to live while enjoying this area of Idaho. This new park is located on a strip of land between a railroad siding (with little usage) and the Clearwater River. Most sites are along the river's edge. The back-in sites are on a angle which adds privacy and a view of the river from the patio side. Pull-through sites are parallel with the river with the patio facing the river. The trees are too young right now to provide shade. Little garden areas separate the wide sites. Parking is on gravel and large concrete patios with picnic tables make for a pleasant site. This park is big-rig and satellite-dish friendly and there is extra parking areas for boat trailers. Managers live on site and are extremely helpful. Owner is frequently at the park and is conscientious of RVers' needs.
We liked this park because it is a simple, clean, pleasant park with lots of space between the sites. RV parking is on hard packed earth surrounded by grass, some with shade, some open. Tent camping is in a huge open grassy field. Restrooms/showers were immaculate. We "lived" here for a week and used it as a base to explore the coast.
Convenient on-off Interstate 84. This was just an overnight stay for us. Pull-thru sites were of packed dirt and wide/long enough for our 40 foot motorhome and tow vehicle. Nothing special about this park, except for convenience and helpfulness of the staff.
We liked this park very much. This park is heavy forested. When we called for reservations we requested a site that had a clear shot of the southern sky for our satellite Internet dish and Connie, the owner, made sure that we got the only one that met that criteria. The less than perfect rating we have given it was because our site was not level. We liked lots of things about this park: the "middle of the woods" feeling; watching the wild turkeys wander the grounds; the separation of permanent residents from the temporary visitors; the store that had everything with staples, wine, fresh food and antiques mixed for a fascinating display; and the friendliness of the owners who made us feel right "at home".