We used Passport America discount. We arrived and did not realize it was not valid on Friday night. When we called ahead, we told the receptionist that we use PPA. She did not tell us it was not valid for the Friday night, but they did give us the discount price. Otherwise, we were going to leave. A lot for the kids to do. There are McCalls, alligators, rabbits, and turtles. It is a great place set up for kids to enjoy. Very clean and people are very friendly. Would go back on Passport rates, but could get expensive at just a quick overnight stop. Lot of people are using the park and a lot of kids. That is what they are attracting. They are updating a lot.
Correct about being the poster child of campgrounds. Great sites and very helpful in all ways. Lot to do with tennis, pickle ball, church services, and pot luck. You name it and it is here. We came in at the last minute and they got us booked in. I have never stayed at a campsite like this one. Only downside, if any, is garbage is a bit of a walk.
Another Passport America. What a rip off. $20 was suppose to half price with PPA discount. Dumpy motel that when asked about bathroom, they opened one of the rooms for a bathroom. Did have good cable. I check voltage and it showed 166 volts, but it did work. It is in Tumurcari, which is suppose to be a Rte 66 tourist area, but not much to see at all. Town is falling down around itself. Reason we stayed there that it was suppose to have bathrooms and showers. Dirty and Dusty. Manager tried to take care of us, but he don't have much to work with. Motel prices are maximum, according to signs. $33 per night single and $17 being the low in the range. This guy charges $20 just to park in this RV campsite, motel converted. No one there except mostly full time residents or seasonal. Not a good stop for us.
Price reflects Passport America. Lot of seasonal or full-time residents, but a great surprise. What a PPA campground is expected to be like with the price. Not real fancy, but acceptable. Manager is great. Makes a nice place for an overnight stop. Campsites are not real level, but I was able to put a block on one side and level immediately. Free laundry, showers, and bath. Give it a try, we liked it. Manager said a lot of oil workers stay here, but this is off season.
They are working on the park and hope it gets better. Lot of sites and lot of sites with people that stay there seasonally. Closest Thousand Trails to LA. Bathrooms were in need of repair along with showers.
Not the Bates as others indicate, but just a quick jump off and back on I-40. Close to Petrified Forest and Painted Desert. Wife kind of liked it, but not the fanciest park in town. Currently up for sale. Only one bathroom, no shower, does not flush too well. Did have sewer service. We would stop back if we were passing through. Only 3 campers there when we were there. The motel part is abandoned.
Manager could not been any nicer. 25 cents for 3 minute shower. Soup night Wednesday, Donation. People at the park are friendly. Have coffee in morning. Fun and friendly. Not the fanciest park we have been to, but all the amenities you need: water, sewer, elec. We will be back. Have a yard sale on the weekend at the location. Close to downtown. NEED TO RESERVE BY October for next year RV show. No credit cards, check or cash works.
Middle of the road. No TV reception and Cell signal really weak, (Sprint). Has possibilities, but staff not real friendly. Bathrooms were damaged with vandals (kids). They tried to fix them, but not whole lot of improvement. No toliet paper, holes in walls. One bathroom was fairly new, but others needed improvement. They are doing something with the kiddie pool, but I think time would best be served elsewhere. We are Thousand Trails Members and will not go back even though it is the closest one to LA, unless we can not get in another one. People next to us in a Class A was really upset and wrote them really a nasty letter. Did a lot of walking and Acton was ok: really small town. We went to Palmdale to shop. Showers were broken: had to turn them on and off.
Great staff: could not have been any nicer. Just hold your nose when the winds blows from the dairy. Stayed 2 weeks. They were helpful. Got a kick out of the wildlife around: ducks, geese, and five different types of other birds.
Price reflects Zone Membership. Great campground, but few activities. We stayed there in middle of summer also and it was partially flooded. Not many people there both times. Difficult to get satellite reception and would suggest you pay to get cable hookup. We only used 30 amp service and it worked well. Plan on going back. Stop over for us on way to Sexton Dental Clinic from Florida.
Price reflects Thousand Trails Zone Membership. Stayed for 4 days and park was excellent. Was hunkered down during the ice storms and temperatures dropped in the low 20's We had 30 amp service and it worked great running our space heaters. No sewer at our location, but do not know of others. Great campground and will go back. Very few people there, but the time of year that was expected.
We are Thousand Trails Zone Members and price reflects the membership. Great park even though we were not able to take advantage. There was an ice storm in the Dallas area and we hunkered down for 4 days waiting for it to pass. Staff was helpful and provided everything we asked. Not many people there and no activities during this time since it was not crowded. We use laundry facilities and showers were clean. Electric was excellent. We were at a 30 amp site. No sewer where we were located, but I do not know about the rest of the park.
Price does not reflect the $3 entry fee per person per day. If you have pets, watch for sand spurs. They were in our dogs paws and in the rugs in the trailer. When we made reservations, they indicated there was $3 entry fee and even after asking they indicated it was only $3, Not crowded, there was sand everywhere. Difficult to keep out of the trailer. We stayed 2 days and close to Interstate. Different with the sand dunes and no trees. Worth visit to see.
Price reflects Passport America. Kind a middle of the road park and good for one night only since we were passing through. Waffles were free and pretty tasty. Ladies Bathrooms did not work. Men's was open and only one shower and one toilet. Wife used the mens but was unable to take a shower since this was only one stall and did not want to take the occupancy since only one was open. It was right off the Interstate and quick access.
Roads are in disrepair. We camped in off season and very few people here. We are part of zonecamping and the cost reflects that. The lady at the reception area could not have been any friendlier and was that way on the phone when we set up reservations. Top of the Natchez Trail and offered lot of privacy since very few people was here. Will return. No 50 amp service.
It was hot 113 degrees and flies everywhere. The park was empty, but well taken care of. Staff did everything possible to make our stay as comfortable as possible. Pool was in great shape and they had DVD that you could swap. Thanks Michael and Ann for being such great host. We used passport america. Temperature and flies were not their fault. Time of year.
Rate which was quoted was from passport america. Called ahead and when arrived, they indicated they would not accept any unit that was not self contained. Wish they would put the info in passport america website. Was not happy camper having driven 30 miles out of my way, Older park with a lot of full time residents.