We stayed at this park based on the recommendation of another member of this forum. Initially we came for a week but extended a second. The park is a 55+ mobile home park but they have sites for those passing through and many winter guests. The majority of the mobile home residents take a special pride in the grounds around their unit with flowers and other decorations. The sites are concrete with easy access. Most of the temporary sites are near the laundry and office. Because the park is mostly mobile homes, the office has limited hours; however, you can call and they have portable phones to handle calls. They post who is on duty / site number should you have an emergency. Park owners live on-site. We will return to this park should our travels carry us again to this area. This location is near the Lemoore Navy Base to the west. At this time the only Super Wal-Mart is in Hanford but the city had just taken action to allow a larger stores, such as Wal-Mart, to be build in Visalia.
We came intending to stay a week ($140 inc. power) but extended to 3 weeks. The sites for those passing through are pull-through with easy access. Roads are paved and sites are hard gravel. This park has one of the best air-conditioned laundries we have used. They have multiple, new washers (front and top load) and 8 dryers that will completely dry your laundry, each for only $1 each. The park has many friendly ‘residents’ and guests passing through. There are many older units in the park; however, none of this brought on any problems. The managers are friendly and very accommodating. Although this is an older park, they are trying to keep it up and make improvements. Because there are so many full-time residents, the office is open limited hours 6-days and is closed on Sunday. They will return your phone call during business hours. We were able to receive mail with no problem through the office. This is the second time we have stayed here and will use this park again if we are in Vegas. If you come to the park from I-15 on Sierra Blvd., when you reach Boulder Highway, you need to turn left and go up one long block, turn right then proceed to Palm and another right. There is a barrier preventing you from making the needed left onto Palm from Sierra, something some GPS programs don’t know about.
We have been here for a few days. Had I read the reviews regarding the power I might have stayed elsewhere but with cool temps the power on the rivers edge sites has been running 115 to 122. All the sites along the river are occupied. Unable to say if there has been an improvement on the power but this time it has not been a concern. Park is in good condition. There is no drinking water available at the dump stations nor is there a way to hook a hose to flush your tanks. The drinking water hose there is only good if you have a way to pour water into your tank. We would likely return here if in the area again. We stayed several nights and normally quiet unless jets are using the airport across the water from the park. This noise is normally limited in time and during waking hours. Some sites a bit close and most are back-ins. Appeared some sites could have a problem if there was heavy rain. There is one dump station but they run a honey wagon for a fee. The park gets noisy on the weekends due to the infusion of kids camping with adults and overall increased traffic. We would likely return if in the area.
Overpriced about describes the park. The grass sites are narrow and a little hard to pull into. It is okay for an overnight but would not want to extend. Some areas have trees making satellite useless, although there is air reception. Laundry is extremely limited so other plans are needed. Regardless of the price, etc.: the part where most short-time guests are parked, fills by about 3PM.
This is a well-maintained county park across the highway from Lake Huron. Interior roads are solid and maintained as needed. Some sites are 50-amp but most are 30-amp. The office has posted hours but those should be considered as ‘suggested hours’. Many sites are seasonal with a large number being used by people returning year after year. Harbor Beach is mostly a quiet town with limited nightlife. Stores such as Wal-Mart are in Bad Axe to the west. The park is on the highway but we did not have much traffic noise during the day at our site by the highway. At night traffic is almost nothing. There is an extra fee for cable that is needed as air reception is very limited. There was a registration fee charged when we called in and left our name for a site we were coming to occupy that evening. Not sure if this is charged for walk-in traffic. We would consider this park as a seasonal location in the future.
We have been here for a few days. Had I read the reviews regarding the power I might have stayed elsewhere, but with cool temps the power on the river's edge sites has been running 115 to 122. All the sites along the river are occupied. Unable to say if there has been an improvement on the power but at this time it has not been a concern. Park is in good condition. There is no drinking water available at the dump stations nor is there a way to hook a hose to flush your tanks. The drinking water hose there is only good if you have a way to pour water into your tank. We would likely return here if in the area again.