This is a nice little park just outside of Taos. Management is very friendly, and keep everything very clean. Sites are pull through and have lots of room. Landscaping includes native plants, and lots of flowers. There is a nice view of the mountains, and relaxing hiking trails. The new WiFI system is very fast. 12 channels are available over the air. Security is good with on site managers, and a combination secured entry gate.
A decent park, mostly filled with oil workers, but keeping a few spots open for daily ranters. My first impression was negative as a fairly pushy lady taking the reservation kept trying to convince me to take a cable site, a few dollars per night more. I was told "you won't get a single channel without cable". The rest of the staff were friendly and more professional, and as it turned out I had good reception on 15 channels without cable,including some favorites. The park is clean and offers nice shower rooms and an inexpensive laundry room. Internet is strong. I was pleased that highway noise was not a problem, but discovered around midnight that some sort of railway loading yard was nearby and quite noisy for about an hour.
This is a quiet campground, with a great staff. Sites are nice, but many are on a slope. Water pressure is low. Restrooms are cleaned on a regular basis, but need updating, mold removal, etc. The park Internet is great during the daytime, but impossible to use during evening hours. There is a strong signal, but it only seems to allow a few users to log on at a time. I thought it was funny that when I called about a reservation I was told about the grocery store. When I arrived I noticed that the selection was limited to one each of about half dozen grocery items!
If you are camping here for the lake you should be aware that it is dry as of late Sept. 2013. There is a lot of info on the web and in the brochure about swimming, fishing etc. but there is no water in the lake. The boat ramp is overgrown with trees. Otherwise it's a quiet park with a number of hiking trails. Sites are very spacious and have covered shelters.
This is a former state park, now a B.L.M. recreation area. We had a roomy pull-through site with a great view. Sites look recently paved. Although on a slight incline, they are level enough to not cause concern. There is a drop box for payments at the entrance, however the host seemed to keep an eye out for new arrivals, and headed down to the entrance in his golf cart to collect the fees and welcome campers. Showers and rest rooms were very clean. Sprint cell and internet service worked well. Although the park is off by itself, you can easily spend several days here, using it as a base for seeing the many attractions within an hours drive .
This is a quiet older park in a good location. Sites all differ with back in sites offering the most privacy. Sites have tables, and the tent sites offer shelters. The office staff is friendly and helpful, although the office closes at 5:00. There were a lot of large motorhomes in the park which seemed to take up the full width of the pull-through spots. The restrooms look 1950's in style, but are clean and functional. Showers are hot, and have good water pressure. The sites are landscaped in desert shrubs with small divider fences. Lots of red bark is used so it doesn't get muddy during rainstorms. There is no cable, but over the air reception is good, including the major networks and a movie channel. The internet is fine during the week, but not adequate when the park is full on weekends. We would stay here again.
A decent park located just south of Harrison. I generally bypass parks on main highways, but found it was fairly quiet. Very friendly owner greeted me by name, escorted me to the site, and introduced me to the neighbors. Park was very clean. Sites have shade trees but high enough so no worry of hitting your RV, although I prefer sites a little further apart. There is a grassy area in the back for tent camping as well. The park does not allow month to month residents, and majority of visitors are overnight stays by seniors traveling without children. Despite it being the end of June the pool had not opened for the season yet, and not sure if it will.
This is a nice peaceful campground, a few steps from the river. It has a combination of short and long term residents. The staff is friendly and go out of their way to make you comfortable. Internet is fast, and available from several towers. Rest rooms and showers are very clean. The office is open till at least 6pm and includes a well stocked tackle shop. Sites have shade, and many are pull through.
What a great campground! I've been to dozens of state parks and this is the first one I've rated a 10. Pulling in right after a holiday weekend, I didn't know what to expect. It was spotlessly clean without even a gum wrapper on the ground. Sites were easy to get in to, private, and offered lots of room for any size rig. The park is in a peaceful location with trails offering fantastic views.
This is a huge park with campgrounds in a number of areas. I was the only one camped in my area, which was on a little hill with a great view of the lake below. The rangers in the office that took my payment were friendly and helpful. The park was not overly crowded, so it was like having my own property on the lake. Although there are near empty dumpsters a very short distance from most campsites I had to clean up after prior campers who thought the fire pit was their trash can. Otherwise grounds were clean, and the sunset over the lake terrific!
This was a peaceful camping experience, offering fairly large pull through sites. My site was a level, gravel site in the electric area. The sewer sites seem to be concentrated closer together so a bit smaller, but offer concrete pads. I found the rangers hospitable, and the family who took over as hosts this year absolutely delightful. Showers were nice and hot, and restrooms kept very clean. There are nice walking trails, although in the early spring some cleanup still needed to be done from fallen trees, etc. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount.
This is the newest park in the Hobbs area, and has additional sites planned. There are a number of monthly residents, but sites are kept clean. Some residents are even adding nice decks and small lawns. There is a large clubhouse, and good size inexpensive laundry. The bathhouse has lots of clean hot showers. Free premium cable and high speed Internet is included. Internet modems are offered or several wifi towers are available. Managers are very friendly and live in the park. I came in late at night and they met me to guide me in to my site. Roads are wide and paved but sites are dirt. However soil is not muddy despite lots of rain on my visit.
In late October this park was quiet, and its lake offered the best trout fishing I have seen in years. The hiking trails were easy, and beautiful fall colors were everywhere. It would be an ideal park for someone with a truck camper. If you are visiting with a travel trailer or motorhome it might not be a pleasant experience. Roads are quite bad with many potholes. If you are going up the "RV loop," be careful, as there are a couple spots where you could easily bottom out if too low off the ground. If the only pull through spot, at the end of the loop, is occupied you may have to back up to negotiate the curve to exit the camping loop. There are no showers or dump station. There is no internet, over the air television or telephone service. A map on the bulletin board shows the nearest cell phone service, 5 miles down the highway (which does work!). If you want a peaceful getaway without technology this is a great place to find it. One bonus surprise was that the 6 electric sites all had generous stacks of nice burning free firewood at the grills!
This is a quiet park near the US-Mexican border. Sites vary, with some having much more space and privacy than others. The visitor center, and walks through the park offer an interesting history of the area. I found the campground host couple helpful and eager to offer information about the area. Taking the park's trail to the "top of the hill" results in a great view of the surrounding area. The park can be windy and dusty, but otherwise was a good experience. It's an easy walk to the center of town, and short drive to the border.
The campground is located in the city park, but is some distance from picnic tables or a playground which can be a negative factor for families. The first night is free. The restrooms and showers were very dirty, and did not look like they had been cleaned in a long time. The park is okay for a short term stop.
This park opened only a year and a half ago. The owner operated a smaller older park, so knew that campers wanted spots they could easily get in to. Spaces are about the easiest to get in and out of that I have seen at a park. Roads are wide, and spaces all long pull-through. Spaces are all full hookup, and have up to 100 amp electric service. There is no cable or internet. There is a real store in the park, not the tiny "stores" with a couple hundred dollars of inventory that some parks call a store. The office/store is open till 10pm, and till Midnight on weekends, which is nice for late check ins. The park owners also own a popular Mexican restaurant off site, so tasty breakfast burritos are sold at the store if you get there early. There is a large indoor meeting hall. They also do RV repairs. I found the park clean (except for too many cigarette butts on the ground). The owners are friendly and make you feel welcome. Rate reflects the weekly rate, with a 25% Good Sam discount.
We spent a couple nights here, and would not hesitate to return. Sites are wide pull-through, so you can park on the side, or back of your rig. A Good Sam discount is available. The park grounds, and rest rooms/showers were very clean. Although near the freeway, noise was not a problem. The 45 channel private cable system had the best selection of channels we have seen, including a number of premium channels. Internet and premium cable is free yet you must insert a quarter to start the shower. Showers were clean, hot and private, so I didn't mind, although admit I found myself taking twice as long of a shower as normal due to the fee. The staff was very friendly, and escorts you to your space rather than just hand you a map. Sites are fine gravel, so were not messy despite the rain. You need to be aware that due to the oil industry boom there is a zero percent housing vacancy factor in this part of Texas. As a result there are lots of long term renters in all RV parks, hotels etc. They reserve enough overnight spaces for typical RV traffic, and fill every night, so reserve as far ahead as possible. Security was good, with a modern electronic video system throughout the park. You won't find much shade as trees in the newer areas of the park are fairly new, and still too small to help.
Not big and fancy, but wide, level, paved pull through spaces with full hookups. The location is quiet, and offers tables and grills. The park is city owned and rate is free! There is a 3 day limit. The campground is located between the recreation center, and baseball field, but neither had any activity when I was there. Restrooms were closed for the winter. The city park. with a playground, is across the street. Sprint broadband reception was good. There are wrought iron signs on each highway showing the turnoff to the park.
If you want a VERY quiet place to relax, this is worth considering. I had a nice big wide electric site with a great view of the lake in the East Side campground. The only sounds were birds, and leaves rustling in the wind. Rest rooms and were showers were very clean, and individual trash cans are emptied daily. Sprint cell phone service is good, but over the air television is limited to 4-5 channels. The park is "off the beaten path" so usually not too crowded, but be sure to stock up on supplies. The little store/restaurant next to the park was not open the weekend I was here in the off season. The water is very hard, and the ranger recommended we use bottled water for drinking or coffee. The water in the East Side campground is chlorinated, but not the water in the main campground.
Sites are irregular with dirt surface. There are only a few daily sites, as most of the park is year-round residents. The visitor sites are between the year-round residents and appear to be used for dog runs when not rented out. My neighbor was friendly, and quickly untied her dog from the middle of my site before being asked. There is no Sprint internet reception, or Wi-Fi at the sites. The electric connection was at the road as you pull into your space, not on the side as in other parks. If you are tired and need a place to park this will work for a night. With the "Quality Inn" name however I was expecting a lot more.
I spent a few days here, and it wasn't bad. It wasn't crowded in the middle of summer, so felt spacious. It's all nice green lawn, which is continuously watered. A wall of tall trees lines the sites along the fence, and help protect against the heat and wind, although other sites are in the open. My site was level, and the "unofficial" host helpful. The showers were clean, and offered lots of hot water- just remember to allow about 3 minutes for it to warm up. The showers are not in the rest room closest to the spaces, but behind another building so you may need to ask someone for directions. Although the park is not on the highway side of the fairgrounds, you will have some (but bearable) truck noise. The office is not open regular hours, but there is a drop box by the entrance.
This is a great park! It's a wonderful spot for exploring the many attractions at nearby Abilene and Buffalo Gap. Because of this, and it being the middle of summer we thought it would be crowded. The pool was busy, but there were plenty of camping spots. Sites are $12, 15 or 18 depending on features. We didn't think we would enjoy the least expensive, the $12 wagon wheel loop. However we were the only campers in this 36 spot loop, so it worked great, had lots of privacy, and was a quick walk to the pool. The big swimming pool is a great feature, and a wonderful way to cool off on a hot summer day. Our campsite had shade trees and good Spring high speed internet reception. The staff was friendly, and gave us a pass to drive through and look at all the campsites before making a decision. This was a good idea, as some of the sites could be a challenge to back in to with anything larger than a tent trailer.
If you want a full hookup pull through site in the center of town for a day or two this will do fine. It is a very small park without a lot of extras, but it's clean, and for $10 (Passport America) rate it's a good deal. Spaces are somewhat close together. The location is very central, a block from downtown, and the local museum (worth seeing!) A prior review mentioning a playground and river is posted in the wrong spot. That refers to the city campground, a couple blocks away. However 8th & Bridge is a great location if you have kids, as it is across the street from the city swimming pool. In addition to the swimming pool there are nearby picnic grounds and a splash pool located at the old swimming pool location. There is good over the air TV reception with quite a few channels, and Sprint high speed internet works well. The manager was friendly and helpful.
This is a very clean well kept park. Sites are pull-through and full or partial hookup. Good cable and internet is provided at each site. It get's fairly full, so sites seem a little close together once it fills in. Sprint broadband and park internet both worked well. It was quiet, except for some dog noise. The staff was friendly and efficient. My only complaint was that the dryers were terrible. Permanent press that normally dries in 16 minutes was still not dry after 2 40 minute cycles. I did not try the barbecue restaurant in the park, but other campers said the food was good.
We've stayed at several of the Santa Fe campgrounds, and this is the nicest so far. It's quiet, and wooded, and even has a hiking trail. This is the former Santa Fe KOA complete with the store and cabins. KOA discount is still offered, in addition to Good Sam etc. It resembles a campground with the dirt lanes, many trees, and each site having it's own personality. The park was very clean, and had nice rest rooms and showers. Internet reception was good on the park's system. Not all sites have cable, but with 23 over-the-air channels it wasn't necessary. During the summer there are nightly movie presentation consisting of a local travel film, and movie. The staff was helpful, and very willing to answer travel questions.
This park has several improved camping areas, many spots with 50amp. Sites have electric and water, and there are a couple dump stations in the park. Sprint broadband works well here. For non-vacation weekdays in March I was surprised how packed the campgrounds were: almost 95% occupancy at the non-reservation sites. However I was able to find a nice pull-through site in the Quail Run campground. It's a bit further from the lake, but sites are much roomier as you get further from the lake. The site was perfectly level checking the levels, although did not appear so prior to pulling in. A new 3-lane pay station just opened, although the rest rooms could use some renovation if there is money left. Lots of blowing sand everywhere made it hard to experience the lake and trails. I saw a couple rigs camped in the free beach area, but one must be careful not to get stuck. I found the toll booth and campground staff courteous, and was greeted by the host within a couple minutes of arrival. I was hoping the park marina would rent small fishing boats, but it does not, just larger boats such as 10 passenger party boats.
A beautiful quiet park with an outstanding night sky! This is a park for those that enjoy nature. The 10 electric sites fill quickly. For a treat take one of the many non-electric sites on the main campground loop. You will look out on a wonderful view, and be quite a distance from other campers. There is no sewer or dump station, but this was not an issue as the park has showers, so water use is minimal. I did not notice any security issues, and people all honored quiet hours when I was here. The host was helpful and friendly. We will want to come back here again.
This is a free city operated campground in the city park. The campground is close to playground etc. but far enough away to offer some privacy. This would be a great stop over for people with kids or dogs. Water and electric are included, as well as a dump station. This is a small friendly community where "chicken fried steak" was "invented" at a local cafe. As marked, sites are on an uphill slope, so not overly level. However when I came back this year people were parked sideways across the top of each site. This allows for level pull through parking, and the city doesn't seem to mind. Older trees offer good shade.
This is a nice clean RV park in a good part of Lubbock. It is a former mobile home park, and there are still a few mobile homes, but mainly RV's now. There are quite a few year-round residents, but it looks nice, as they have tight restrictions on how sites must be kept. Roads are paved and wide, and sites are pull through near the office, or back in mobile home pads elsewhere (which offer a roomier location). Security is good, with video in public areas, and a regular patrol service. Residents for longer than a week must submit to a background check. It's fairly quiet, but if you are there on a Monday evening camp away from the fitness club next door as there is a live announcer and music that is cranked up full blast. Rest rooms and showers are clean, but there is only one men's shower and one for the ladies. The manager is very friendly, and helpful. There is no Wi-Fi, but Sprint broadband works in the park, although a bit slower than in many areas of the city.
This is a fairly clean park, set back far enough from the highway to offer some privacy. I found the owners friendly and easy to contact by phone and email. The office is in the cafe at the park entrance. Sites are pull through, and trees offer shade, but do not interfere with your RV. My site was level and offered more side space than most private parks. There is free Wi-Fi. It worked fine, but I mostly used my Sprint Broadband which was faster. The bath house is modern. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Regular daily rate and monthly rates are quite a bit cheaper than in Santa Fe, so I may camp here and commute next time I'm in that area.
I spent a few days here and found the park quiet and relaxing, yet close to the Interstate for exploring the region. Sites are mostly pull through and have plenty of room for larger rigs. Covered picnic shelters are at each site, and sand dune hills and other landscape features offer a bit of privacy. The park staff members are all very friendly and make you feel at home. Showers are clean and offer lots of hot water.
This is a nice park on a lake a few miles from the Interstate. The stores all appear to be closed in the dirty little town just outside of the park entrance. My site was a spacious, level, pull-through site. The original site I was going to take was a back in, but it was not at all level, so I pulled out and continued looking. Sites vary, so drive through the loops before deciding.
This is a small gravel park, without a lot of features, but perfect for an overnight stop. I was planning on stopping elsewhere, but saw a billboard advertising a $10 park. When I arrived I noticed a sign in the office showing a $20 rate. I mentioned it to the clerk, who immediately said that's correct, it is $10 to anyone mentioning the billboard rate. Then he noticed I was out of state, and said actually you can get a $10 gas coupon too if you are out of state and sign up for a players card. I did so, and it ended up costing me nothing. He also offered to give me a shower voucher, as showers were across the street in the truck stop. I had a level pull through site, but by 6 pm there were just back ins available.
I arrived on a busy weekend, and thought the park was full. The office said there were just a couple of sites left, and I expected the worse. I ended up with a beautiful, spacious site with lots of lawn and a great view. Many of the sites were much more crowded however, and looked like more of a challenge to back in to. So choose your site carefully. The park offers a Good Sam and AAA discount. Even though it was late in the day, the pools were clean, and made for a relaxing overnight stop. There is a second campground, more rustic, and without electric ($15), on the hill above the hot springs pools. The campground is handy to the interstate, so I plan to stay again on my next trip through.
This is a nice clean park, in a pleasant small town. It is fairly quiet, except for occasional trains, which we actually enjoy. Sites are wide pull through, mostly with trees. The park has good internet (2 systems), and 65 channel cable TV. The new owners are friendly and helpful. I called and let them know I would be coming in late, and they opened the office when I got in. There is a store and laundry, and they are building a second rest room building.
The fairgrounds operates this small RV park, which offers full hookups, with 30 amp service. It has level side by side concrete pads surrounded by a tiny patch of grass. It is next to Lions Club Park, which gets heavy day usage. As the camping spots are between the parking lot and city park there will be lots of walking traffic, balls bouncing, moms yelling "don't hit the trailer etc. With a playground, field, and lots of kids around it would be a good camping spot for a family. There is a Safeway supermarket across the street from the campground and a dump station on the property. Restrooms are portal-potties. Between the park, and closeness of sites there is not much privacy for campers. The park seems to be a late night party spot for teenagers. On the first two nights I was here there was lots of shouting and yelling from the teens between midnight and 2am and vehicles driving through the fairgrounds property. I can now appreciate.
This is a quiet relaxing park, with nice sites. There are hiking trails, and good views of the surrounding countryside. It's a few minutes out of town, but not bad for exploring nearby towns. The restroom/showers were closed for remodeling when I was here, but there was an alternate restroom in the visitor center, and outhouse in the group camping area. The ranger was friendly, and stopped a couple times to keep me posted on the water system going down one of the days that I was here. Like many of the New Mexico State Parks it gets most of its visitors on the weekend, and was fairly empty during the week. Even when it filled up it didn't seem overly crowded however.
The $10 rate is good, but the only commercial RV park in the Moscow area is lacking in features. It has 20 & 30 amp electric, a small garbage can and that's about it. There is no sewer, water, dump or restrooms. The West side spaces could be very dangerous, as if you pull 6 ft. forward out of your site, you are on Highway 95, a fast moving freeway! There is no fence or other barrier between you and the roadway, obviously a serious safety as well as noise issue. The East side spaces could work for an overnight stop, but dish use is impossible as it is up against a small hill. Sites are dirt/gravel and appear to be kept fairly level. There is an office in the adjoining business building, with an after hours pay slot.
I found this Good Sam park clean, and the staff friendly. It is not cheap however. It has long pull through sites, each with a picnic table. The showers and rest rooms were clean, and adults are welcome to use them. There is a sign on the door however stating that anyone under 18 must have an adult go with them to use the restrooms, and threatening eviction if the rules are not obeyed. There are lots of warning signs throughout the park that I have not seen elsewhere (do not do dishes in the rest room, do not use talc in the shower, etc.) There is a swimming pool, and free copies of the days newspaper are available at the office. Sprint internet reception is good, and cable television is provided. Sites are very level, and water pressure is great.
This is a pleasant, full feature RV Park in a quiet neighborhood. The short term RV area is separate from the mobile home area, with it's own entrance, so there is little traffic. There is a nice clean "park area" in the RV park adjacent to the spaces, with lots of trees, lawn, and birds. It has a covered picnic shelter, and barbecue. I found the couple who manages the park to be very friendly and helpful. In the bath house (a mobile home) there are 4 bathrooms, each with combination bath/showers. All were very clean. The pool was great, but could use more chairs. It is mostly family swim hours, with adults only swimming after 8:30pm. The internet works great, not the typical slow RV park variety. The cable includes 72 channels. Mail and packages are accepted at the park. I spent several days here, and will stay here again.
This is a quiet park with pull through sites. It fills up on weekends but seems fairly empty during the week. There was a free open air concert featuring 2 bluegrass bands while I was here. Most electric and tent sites have shade trees except for the reservation sites. To get the best sites, avoid those. There is a nice stocked pond offering day and night fishing. Sprint broadband works great here. I could not detect any smells the week I was here, mentioned in a prior review. The campground hosts are friendly and stopped by to greet us upon arrival.
If you are looking for features, don't go here. The prior reviews were correct, that it is mainly a big lot beside the freeway. There are no showers, restrooms, clubhouse, picnic tables. There is not a single tree or plant. If you are interested in casinos, it is in a good location, near all the casinos. Many of the park residents work at the casino, which owns the park. My main complaint was the noise. We have camped at over 100 parks, (and many rest areas as well) and never been anywhere as noisy! It's on a freeway next to a large gas station, and has 24 hour truck noise, engine brakes etc. Even in a fairly soundproof RV we had to talk up to talk over the noise. In several days I didn't see anyone sitting outside: more than likely due to the noise. The internet is terrible. If you want internet, camp close to the front of the park. You can only receive internet about halfway down the park, although management will allow change of spaces if it is a problem. It is so slow it often takes over 2 minutes to load a page that normally loads in a second. One resident advised me to use the internet after midnight or before 7am as it was only designed for 12 users, and the slowness is due to the system being inadequate for all the users. It worked. Positive points are that all the sites are pull through, and a Good Sam discount is given.
The park is a few minutes out of town, but I found that an advantage, as it was a quiet desert setting. The road was in great shape when we visited. It's a very social park, with lots going on in the clubhouse. In the 4 days I was here, there were club meetings, bingo nights, card nights, potlucks, etc. for guests. The grounds were clean, and staff was friendly. Although no store, you can purchase ice cream, soda and coffee in the clubhouse on the honor system. The internet reception is good, but limited to the clubhouse. You will need a dish, or can check out videos from a fairly large collection. One negative at my site was that I had to pick up a 90 degree hose connection converter to get water. The hookup was in ground and did not allow enough room to connect a hose.
This is an older campground with mature trees. It's well situated for the fisherman, as it is only a mile from the White River. It even has it's own bait and tackle store. There are a few 30 amp sites but they are small, and lined up next to each other. They are about as wide as traffic lanes, so you will be right next to another RV if the park is crowded. The 20 amp sites are spread out throughout the property, and offer more space and privacy. This is not for big rigs, as the largest spaces will handle up to 35'. Passport America rate was $15.
Where can you camp in a quiet spot next to a lake for free! The sites appear at first look to have power, but the electricity to the sites has been disconnected. Sites are pull through and identified by a table and a trash can. Since there was not a sign for the campground I contacted city hall to make sure the campground was still open. They said there was no charge, but warned me that the gate to the campground was locked at 10pm every night. It was very relaxing. We were the only campers, and even daytime use of the park was limited to a few joggers, and a little league practice. The park is a couple miles South of town on Lake Road.
We were planning on visiting several Missouri cities and didn't want to change parks every day. We found the location good, as it's midway between Branson and Springfield. It's a fairly basic park, but was clean, and the owners friendly. Spaces are pull through with full hookup and free internet. The price was right, only $45 for a week (Passport America rate).
This is not fancy, but serves the purpose as an overnight park on I-40. I would stay here again. There was only one other camper when we were here, so the park seemed spacious. It's just off the freeway, but far enough away that it didn't seem noisy. Campers can use the rest rooms in the store, or restaurant. Spaces are pull-through and either 30 amp or 50 amp, designated by the color of the electric box. Although just there overnight, we set up the dish, as there was no over the air television reception.
This is city owned, but not your typical municipal park. It is a modern full feature park with spacious sites. The pull through spaces (which the majority of sites are) can easily handle any size RV. It's okay If you don't want to unhook anything, as pull through spaces are quite long. We spent a week here, and found our site towards the back to be quiet and peaceful. Sites have picnic tables and are surrounded by lots of lawn and small trees. A little creek flows through the park, and 3 sides of the campground are surrounded by a small forest belt. Sites are full hookup with 30 and 50 amp power, and include 60+ channel cable. There is a free dump station for campers($2 to non-campers.) Rest rooms and showers were clean. A campground host lives on the premises. Although there is no laundry room, a large laundromat is located 2 doors down from the RV park.
This sets the standard for RV parks in my opinion. This is a small, super quiet park with spaces that give the feel of being on your own property rather than in an RV park. A friendly caring retired couple manage the park, and make you feel welcome. 18 sites on 5 acres gives lots of privacy, and the view out the window is forest, not a parking lot. The clubhouse is a fully furnished mobile home with a library, several hundred videos that you are free to borrow, and "like at home" bathrooms and showers that were spotlessly clean. Internet reception was good, but for television had to set up the dish, as only 2 channels over the air. I arrived late at night after the office was closed, but the owners came down to guide me in.
This campground is handy for exploring hot springs, and the many surrounding areas. As previously stated, it is no frills. The electricity was not working when I pulled in, but the staff was working to fix the problem, and had it on later in the day. Sites are pull through and offer a decent view of the surrounding hills. Walking with the garbage trying to locate a dumpster I ran into another camper who had been all over with the same goal in mind. We finally located the only dumpster, at the end of one of the dead end rows.
This is a nice quiet park just 5 miles from Moscow. The RV campground has 5 "official" sites, but allows overflow RV parking in the campground (although hookups are on a first come first served basis) There are also tent sites for $5. Years ago I had camped here when it was called "Robinson Lake campground" but the lake no longer exists and is now a large (54 acre) open area with picnic grounds, etc. The public sometimes uses the open area below the RV campground for baseball, walking dogs etc. during the day but it is usually fairly empty during the week. The surrounding area on the other side of the park is wooded, so great for short hikes. Sites have picnic tables, and are kept clean. Bees were a problem in the "garbage can" area (not in the campsites though) when I was there, but the rangers were proactive in putting out traps to control them. There are no showers, just toilets, which are kept clean.
This is a nice park. We camped in the dispersed campground this time (Jan), but camped in the main campground a couple months ago. The restrooms/showers were always clean, as were the grounds. We had the dispersed campground on the bay all to ourselves: and the night sky was fantastic. There are unofficial pull-through spots with rock fire-rings, but you basically find what you like and camp. The main campground is nice as well, and has good views of the lake. The road is narrow, and some of the spots are hard to get into with a trailer however. New Mexico State Park visitors should be aware of "furlough" days. Due to budget cuts, there will be several days during 2010 that the state parks will be closed and the gates locked. The ranger stopped by our campsite to let us know about an upcoming furlough day, which was appreciated.
This is an older park, but kept in decent shape. It has a great hot springs pool included in the price (might be why $20 rate for 1 person is about $10 less than rate for 2 campers) The river side is quite a bit quieter than the highway side, but Wi-Fi reception starts getting iffy towards the end. The staff is friendly and helpful, but had to hunt them down when checking in as they lock the office when out & about in the park.
This is a well kept park with roomy sites, and mature shade trees. The staff is friendly and helpful. When I checked out I found I was missing one of the pins in my hitch system, and checked to see if they had one in the park store. They didn't have what I needed, but the person on duty made me a temporary one so I could get on the road. The clubhouse is nice, and features a TV lounge and small library. You can use one of several individual full rest rooms with its own shower etc- much nicer than many parks with less privacy. The park has a swimming pool and basketball court. Only negative, the Wi-Fi is sometimes slow. The propane was less expensive than other places in town that I was aware of.
This is a fairly basic campground just off the freeway, but not as noisy as one would think. It's gravel, with small trees at each site. Even on labor day weekend the park only had a few campers, so you don't feel crowded. There are no sewer hookups, but a dump station is available for $5. TV reception was great off the antenna, with quite a few channels available.
We spent a couple weeks here, and enjoyed the park. The lake offers swimming, and beautiful evening sunsets. The friendly campground host does a great job. The restrooms and campsites are kept clean, and grouped trash cans emptied daily. The only problem was the mosquitoes. On some evenings they were so bad you could not go outside, yet on others no problem. One brave tent camper surrounded his tent with torches, but another camper left because the mosquitoes were so bad.
This is a small RV park (about the size of a backyard) at 917 31st Ave in Greeley. There is no sign, but it's down a driveway behind an auto repair shop and apartment at this address. Water pressure is quite low, so had to hand fill the water tanks and use the internal pump. Of all the campgrounds I have stayed at this had the filthiest rest room (there is one coed rest room- when checking in was told to knock before using restroom) Owner only comes down on weekends, but you can mail a check or pay on the weekend. Although absentee management you are given a business card in case of problems or questions, and he is quick to return calls. I learned to leave my screen door shut, otherwise one of the many friendly cats in the RV park will invite itself in your RV!
I've camped at a number of city parks, and this is one of the nicer ones. While the entrance to Marvel City Park is on main street, the campground is a good distance from the highway so it's quiet and secluded. The park is very clean and well maintained. It's well worth the $5 camping fee. For $1.50 you can use the city swimming pool complex (pool, slides and showers- open during the summer) located in the adjoining city park, within walking distance of the campground. Stay limit is now 7 days.
This is my favorite RV park on the current trip. I spent two nights, but would enjoy going back for a longer stay. Owners were very friendly and welcome you in their golf cart to help you select a spot (or use self-pay station after hours) It's quiet, and there is a lot to do. It would be a great place to take the family. The campground has a private lake with a swimming beach, fishing, rafting etc. There is a swimming pool, trails, basketball courts, baseball field etc. There was free entertainment in the clubhouse the weekend I was there. The rest room and laundry room (3-washers and dryers) was clean, and showers offered plenty of hot water.