Park not as scary as it looks from the road. Lots of rules and regulations, which is great, as they are enforced. Seems a little tight to maneuver in this park but did OK. Very quiet at night. Lots and lots of permanent residents.
Nice feel to this park. Not so commercial. Quiet too, even though I-25 not that far away. Will stay here again if in the area. Can get about 10 over the air TV channels. Sites slightly sloped but level side to side.
If you like barking dogs, this is the place. Stayed twelve days and had to be moved to another spot to get some peace. Dogs in cages outside and tied to RVs unsupervised night and day. Lots of extended stay patrons in rickety equipment. Stayed here in 2012 and did not have this trouble. Place had gone downhill. Pool was too cold for anythings but kids. Hard to maneuver in park do to large number of vehicles that each patron seemed to have. Staff was very friendly, however. Just did not seem to want to enforce the rules.
Good clean park. Wide level sites that are easy in and out. Nice store/office. Pool is actually warm. Have on site food shack and covered pavilion area. Some railroad noise and is close to small airport, but the planes don't seem to fly at night. Gives discount for vets and active duty stay free. Close to fuel and food.
You get the noise trifecta here. Army base night fire, BNSF railroad and I-25 freeway. Way too many extended stay sites for a KOA; some RVs not in good shape. Laundry room on our end had 4 washers and 4 dryers, one of which was out of order. Not enough laundry equipment for number of people in park. Sites are level and easy to get in and out of. Rate fairly steep. The reasons I stay at KOAs no longer exist. I can get this kind of park for way less $$.
Great park for the money. Nice wide level sites (gravel) and park looks well maintained. Close to road but not much traffic at night. 50 amp at each site. No TV of any kind unless you bring your dish. Cell phone reception good. Owner friendly and helpful. Would stay here again.
A gem in the middle of the desert. All the positive stuff below is true. Park was almost full when we arrived so our spot was gravel (#52)and no cable at the site. Had all else including 50 amp. About 12 over the air TV stations from Reno, so did not suffer too bad. Propane sales on site and close to Safeway and food. Best park out there for $23 bucks a night.
Nice park. Rustic without being a dump. No cell service. Wi-Fi is through Tengo and is $2 a day. Easy to maneuver and we have a 40ft RV. We stayed in a long pull through site that was pretty much level. Fuel is about 15 miles away in Old Station. I like this place.
This is an OK park. Could use some more maneuvering room and wider spaces. My space was paved, as are the interior roads. Cell reception really bad. Wi-Fi good. Lots and lots of permanent residents. Pool looked good, although did not use it. I have a 40ft rig and it is tight in here, but jockey in OK. Entrance road is one lane so hope you don't meet someone coming or going. One lane interior roads, as well. Price a little high I thought for a park of this quality, and $38 was with Good Sam discount (supposedly). Have stayed here before and will probably stay here again.
Good clean park. Concrete pull through pads are mostly level. Paved access roads. No pool or spa. Have stayed here at least two days every year since 2005. Plenty of eating places close by. Rate seems a little high for the amenities offered. Will stay here again.
For $40 a nite, I expect things to be perfect. NOT! Cable TV receptive is lousy. Sites are neither level side to side or front to back. My site slopes 3 inches side to side and more front to rear. Leveling nightmare. But, it is a KOA and it is clean and secure. My last stay here.
Perfectly level sites. Wide pull thrus with plenty of maneuvering room. Friendly staff. Propane available. Three sewer hookups per site. front, middle and back. Good cable, 48 channels. Water pressure great, no regulator needed. Would stay here again. Great restaurant/bakery 2 miles north of town called Windmill Ridge. Fuel and post office close by.
Real nice no-frills park. Large, level, gravel spaces with lots of space to maneuver. Great hookups. All 75 spaces are pull-through. Casino across the street and Searchlight, NV is only 10 miles away with more casinos and restaurants. Can't beat this place for $18.00($19.20 w/tax). Have paid double for way less at other parks. Great place for one or two days or even a week.
A little pricey for this caliber of park. No frills, basic over-nite stuff. Close to town though and nice little cafe on site. Spent two nites here and all was OK. Pull though are very narrow, we used a back-in as we have four slides and it was plenty roomy.
OVER 55 Park. Love it. Only has grand-kids for short bursts. Gave this park an 8 because no free WiFi and no cable TV. Beautiful 20' X 50' indoor heated pool and huge hot tub. Spent several days here. Rate is a tad bit high, but relatively quiet location is convenient to shopping and needs. Will stay here again. No staff on Sundays so you pick your own spot and settle up on Monday.
This is a nice park. Gated with security patrols and very well maintained. Sites are wide and level side to side. Spent 5 days here. They give 5 cents a gallon fuel discount to those that are staying here. Gave it an eight because of no cable TV, too close to I-40, considerable railroad noise during the early morning and day and loud on-site sewage treatment facility that runs 24-7. Get a site on south end if you can. Not all sites have sewer so be sure to call. Will stay here again.
Just a place to stay if nothing else is available. Very unkempt park. No cell service, wireless broadband, cable TV or broadcast TV. I needed 30ft of sewer hose. Some sites require more. Lots of dust and dirt and quite a few permanent residents. Thought that maybe Lil' Abner and Daisy Mae would show up. 46 miles off of I-40. I went down based on previous reviews. They were way off base in my opinion.
Boy, is this the best kept secret or what? If peace and quiet are for you, this is the place. Only gave it an 8 because of the roads and gravel sites. 44,000 acres here. Can hear some gunfire during the day but night is dead silent except for wildlife. Stayed here 3 days just because it is so peaceful and beautiful. About 8 TV channels over the air. Only six spots have 50 Amp. Maybe 15 other rigs here in addition to us. No highway noise whatever. Big rigs no problem. Our 5th wheel is 40 ft. $30 I posted is for 50 Amp site. The rest are $27. Also have cabins. If you like to shoot guns, you could spend weeks here!
OK park. Nothing fancy but very liveable. Previous comments apply here as well. Good central location, right between Taco Bell and McDonalds! I think rate a little high for this type of park. Should be $25-$30 dollars but rates have gone up everyplace this year. I would stay here again.
We spent 5 nights here. Very nice park. Easy to maneuver in, even with a big rig. They charge $2 extra for TV. My posted rate reflects that, as well as a 5% discount for AARP membership. They have facilities for horses! Neat. Freeway fairly close but the noise was minimal. Staff very friendly. Pool had been shut down for season. We would stay here again.
Nice park. No park is perfect, however. It kind of galls me that they charge $2 extra to hook up to cable TV. They also charge extra for 50 amp. Laundry is new but $2 to wash and $1.50 to dry. Rate I posted includes the TV. Have billiard table at 50 cents a game. This late in the season, the pool is not heated as it is heated by propane and owner only fills the tank once per season. When its gone, its gone. The rate is fairly high and lots of the amenities should be less money or free. If you stay seven nights, one night is free and then other discounts do not apply. We stayed here one week and will do so again, as it is a nice park and owners are friendly and helpful.
Spent 3 days here. Very hard for large rigs to navigate. Our 5th wheel is 40 ft and had to stick out at one end or the other, made it tough for others to get by. Not good areas for dogs to do their duty, only gravel area unless you use county property along the road side. Hookups are way too far back in the space. Had to use 30ft of sewer hose and two water hoses to make hookups. Great TV though and plenty of shade for those hot days.
Good basic RV park. Not many frills. Price a little high for this type of park, but always quiet as it is way off the road. Pull throughs are wide and long, no trouble getting in or out. Have stayed here 5 times last 10 years and will use again. Rate is $38 per night but they give a $5 discount to vets.
Would have rated park a little better if not for so many dogs. Waaaaay too much barking. Dogs in coaches all day, barking their heads off while owners are galavanting about, otherwise park not too bad. Spaces are tight as our 5th wheel is 40ft. No room for tow vehicle without parking crosswise at front. Stayed here 3 days. Hard to believe there is no cable TV! This is 2012 after all. Would stay here again providing we got a space at south end of park.
Stayed here 5 times last 10 years. Park is beginning to show signs of owner neglect. The heated pool was uncomfortably cold and the water cloudy. Kids pool was abandoned and in need of repair. Water toys around the pool were broken. Roads in park need repair. Park no longer rates a $40 per night charge. Just not the same place it used to be. Sorry! Far from a dump but not the pristine place of past days.
Stayed here 5 weeks. Quiet, strict park. That is why we stay here. Woodland is fun town. Be sure to eat at Rosie's in town. Beautiful view of the Columbia River. Great to watch the commercial traffic on water.
Price is way too high for a park of this poor quality. Has been neglected for a long time. OK stay for what we needed, but closer to the $20 a night range in amenities. Less than 100 yards from Burlington/Northern railway with plenty of trains each night and a crossing every 4 blocks plus very busy Hwy 60. Bring the ear plugs!