This is basically a very large sunbird park with 17 slots available for rent to overnighters. There was Wi-Fi for the park residents, and the host was kind enough to share it. There was a very-hot indoor pool in the park. Clean restrooms and showers. We stayed overnight and might stay again.
Very tight spaces, but CG has a beautiful location. Bathrooms and showers were not in great shape, but good enough to use. Decent Wi-Fi. Very laid-back place. We stayed one night and would probably stay again.
Basically a parking lot on the fairgrounds, but with clean facilities, good Wi-Fi (if you ask for a spot with reception), and very nice host. Great location near Monterey. We stayed here one night and would stay again.
Full hook up in a parking lot next to the marina. Listed address is for the marina, so call for directions if you want to find the place. Very little space between rigs. No Wi-Fi, no bathrooms, no shower. We stayed here one night and would probably not stay here again.
This is a crowded parking lot on a bluff at the ocean. The view is incredible. Bathrooms were very good, Wi-Fi was decent. This is a very RV friendly place in good proximity to a very RV-unfriendly city. We stayed here 3 nights and would definitely stay again.
This CG is actually called the Central-Oregon KOA. Decent Wi-Fi, very clean, beautiful location with a view of Mt. Adams, lots of space, very nice hosts. We thought the price was a bit expensive for the middle of Oregon. We stayed here 2 nights.
This is an older, but well-kept motel/campground, with an indoor pool available to guests and, for a fee, non-guests. The bathrooms and showers are clean, but are part of the pool facilities (not so great when the pool is crowded). The Wi-Fi was excellent. The hosts were extremely nice. Our kids loved the old playground. We stayed here 3 nights.
Quiet, clean campground in a beautiful setting near Lake Pond Oreille. The $40 was for six people. The hosts were extremely nice and the campground diligently maintained. Clean bathrooms. Decent Wi-Fi for such a remote location.
Normal $20 rate was only $10 after standing in the smokey casino to get a player card. We also got the $10 gas coupon for our out-of-state license, so our full hookup was effectively free. However, the nearest bathrooms were in the casino, across a parking lot and accessible for our kids only through the restaurant on the far side of the building. The WiFi was very poor. No showers. We stayed one night and, even though our stay was effectively free, I doubt we would stay here again.
Small park with everyone packed in real tight. For late arrival, we were told to pick a spot and settle up in the morning. Located right off I-40, but our GPS led us to the wrong place, a half mile away. Could hear train and highway noise in the night, but not enough to disturb. The owners were very friendly. WiFi was good. There was one shower in each bathroom. We stayed one night. We would use this park again for a quick stop.
Actually, $0. This is a tiny state park with a big, big view of the San Juan river canyon. There are no campsites and the bathrooms are simply composting latrines. You set up camp wherever you like in the gravel parking lot, which extends along the canyon rim, a thousand feet above the river. There are four picnic tables along the rim. It was so windy the night we stayed, that we decided to move on in the middle of the night, being so close to the canyon rim. Even so, we will return here gladly.
Glen Canyon park campground, $12 per night. We paid for our site at a vending machine, then drove in and chose the one we wanted. No WiFi, no showers, no frills (other than the scenery). Very remote location in a stunningly beautiful place. There were many RVs running generators pretty late into the night, but we could not hear them in our camper because it was so windy the night we stayed. We stayed one night and would definitely stay again.
No frills park with great access to the National Park (FYI: there are paved bicycle trails from Tusayan all the way in to the Canyon Village). Quiet. Pay-showers. Wi-Fi is available only at a few sights, and we were lucky to have asked for and gotten one of them. We stayed two nights. We would stay again, mainly because there is not another good option so close to the park.
Camp Club USA rate. This was a small, terrific RV park. It was very clean and very quiet. There were few amenities, but great access to the beach and the bike trails in the area. Good WiFi, extremely friendly. We stayed two nights and would definitely stay again.
Good Sam discount. Kids loved the pool. Beautiful, family-friendly park in a quiet spot in the mountains above Phoenix. Remote enough from the nearby casino to feel like a campground instead of a casino parking lot. The WiFi was intermittent the first day, but we were warned in advance they were having trouble with it. It was great after that. We stayed two nights and would definitely stay again.
PPA rate, stayed one night. Good sized 55+ park, but very friendly to transients and families. Only self-contained campers allowed, no tents or pop-ups. We were asked to wear guest badges outside of our camper. Very clean park, clean restrooms and showers. Pool had very restricted hours for kids. Wi-Fi only available in the clubhouse building, which was a pretty good walk from our site. Would look for a more family-oriented park next time, but this one is great for adults.
I gave this campground a 2 primarily because of the noise. There is a railroad crossing adjacent to the CG and trains blow their horns all night long. The mile-long road leading to the CG was torn up along the entire length--a gravel road would have been easier to handle. The location is not particularly convenient to the highway or to Springfield. The price was way too high for a CG with all the above issues. Otherwise, this was a typical KOA. We would never camp here again.
Very nice, quiet park just west of Willcox. We stayed one night. The rate was PPA. The owner was incredibly nice. Waffles, coffee, and conversation with other happy campers were a special morning treat. The park is well maintained and clean. Bathroom and laundry were good, Wi-Fi was good. The only downside was space: campers were packed in very tight. Even so, everyone was very friendly. We would stay here again.
This is one of the nicer KOA campgrounds we have visited. The staff was very friendly. The pool was icy, but it is March. The Wi-Fi was a little slow, but stable. Very nice bathrooms and showers. It was so quiet the night we stayed, that the only sound to disturb my sleep was a pair of coyotes yipping off in the distance. In the morning, the winds died down and the smell of the sewage tank was heavy in the air. The campground is about an hour from the Caverns. The restaurant does deliver to your camper doorstep, which is kind of fun. We would stay here again.
This was a very quiet park with large, level concrete sites. The owner was very nice and was clearly working hard to improve the park. There were clean restrooms and laundry, but no showers. The RV park is located along a river and recreational area. Access to St. Louis was good. We would stay here again.