If you're familiar with Thousand Trails, this park is typical. Friendly staff and that's where it ends. If you have a dog, it will be filthy because the parks grounds are filthy gravel. The dog park (where they insist your dog goes potty) is filthy gravel. If your dog is white, it will be black the first time out. Everywhere you look are signs that say "NO PETS" yet they claim to be pet friendly. The pool was not open, the exercise room was a joke as previously stated. Wi-Fi was typical Thousand Trails, slower than dial-up so prepare to use your Hot-Spot. Won't be back and would rather pay for a place where our Cavaliers don't need a bath daily.
First, I believe the ratings that are 10 and 9 were put there by the owners. Upon arriving, the office smelled like they breed dogs in there. I never smelled anything so horrible. Yes, the sites are long and pull through. There is no cable because it was disconnected (probably because they never paid the bill). The grass had not been cut in weeks and the ants were plentiful. The roads are worse than dirt roads. Sort of paved with huge holes. We paid $22.00 with a Passport America discount. Not worth $10.00. I could not imagine paying the full price of $44.00. This is a Rat Hole. We would never stay here again.
This is a very friendly park. Wi-Fi was fast, satellite reception was great, site was big and owner was very friendly. No sewer on the pull-through sites but honey wagon service was free. Owner knocked on our door to ask if we needed to be pumped out. He also told us to feel free to let our Cavalier King Charles Spaniels run free in the large open field, up the hill, where a woman trains dogs for agility, twice a week. Unfortunately, she was on vacation. Please pick up after your dogs so places like this stay pet friendly. The rate was Passport America.
Not a bad place except for some ridiculous rules such as: Garbage must be in "clear or see through" bags or it will not be picked up, and you must provide proof of rabies shots for all pets. Sites are level but narrow. There was old dog waste on our site and no fire ring. Rate was Passport America.
Very dusty, Wi-Fi is USELESS. Worse than Dial-up. Gestapo will chase you down to tell you to slow down when you're not speeding and let others just fly by. Grass is not mowed. We stayed as guests of a Thousand Trails members. Would never stay there again.
Very friendly owners and staff. Great Wi-Fi. When I arrived, My ladder was about to fall off and the owner let me borrow a ladder. They also let me wash my rig and would not take any money for the extra water. Level, long pull-through sites where you can satellite from about any site. Close to Glacier National Park.
It's just a parking lot. Extremely noisy. The sign says "Voted best RV park in Las Vegas.. Right. Maybe if it was the only park or they voted themselves as best. We opted for a 37' trailer sight with 30 amp power. What a mistake that was. The site was just that: 37'. Our pin-box was almost in the street after we backed up within inches of a motorhome on the site behind us. Water pressure was low. Wi-Fi is extra, The free shuttle's last trip back to Sam's Town from Harrah's is 8:00 pm. The sight was un-level and had to back up onto blocks. Sirens ran all night. Road noise is terrible. The person that checked us in seemed like we bothered him. Had he informed us how small the site was, we would have paid more for a pull-through but he only wanted to get our money and sit back down. The sewer connection is something else. You lift up a sliding door, insert your hose (without a connection) and let the sewage run wild down a drain. The sliding door rests on top of your hose so it doesn't close. Strangest thing I've ever seen. Sights are laid out so they are awning to awning. It's about 6 miles from the strip. We will not stay here again.
Very nice park. Clean, level sights, quiet, lake view, nice pool and hot tub, although the hot tub needed cleaning. Wi-Fi is extra and Verizon Hot-Spot was slow. Water pressure and power were good. We would stay here again.
I have three complaints. First is the fact that it's nearly impossible to level your rig. The beautiful concrete pads are so far from level, the company that poured them should be sued. Good luck trying to level your rig. Second, they want your garbage out front by 8:00 am and you can't leave it out overnight. I'm sorry, I'm on vacation and not getting up early so I can put my garbage out. Third, it seems that if you stay at a discounted rate, even though there are plenty of them available, you will not get a pull-through. Otherwise, I agree with all the other reviews about what a nice, clean, friendly and convenient park this is.
We read the reviews and decided to stay here anyway. Good decision. Is it a KOA? No, but it's just as clean and friendly. Road noise is hardly noticeable at night. Great sunset view. Close to Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert. Level, gravel sights, good internet (I'm using it to write this review). We would stay here again.
If coming from the east, it's difficult to find. Doesn't show up on GPS nor does the town. It's difficult to get someone to answer the phone. We finally stopped at a sign that said "Town Square Registration" and called again. It happened to be the office of the hotel and resort. We registered and were told the discounted price was $32.00/night. Nothing agrees with the information on the Passport America website. The website says the regular price is $49.00 with a discount of 50% it comes to $24.50. The manager claims he never heard of Passport America. We paid the $32.00 since we had no choice. Before we left the building, he decided to reduce the price to $25.00. This is all after paying $20.00 to drive through the Big Bend National Park since that's the way the GPS took us. We met a very nice couple and went to the bar at the resort for a few drinks. The bar closes at 10pm on weeknights. The bartender was a very sweet young lady that stayed until 11:30 and talked with us. We awoke the next morning to discover the water was shut off. We were told it would be back shortly after the fixed a leak. That was 2 hours ago and it's still off. The RV Park is not very attractive, there's no one here running the place so you're on your own. No shade, no cable.
When we arrived after a long day of driving, we were met at the counter by a man that stated the price was $32.00/night and no discounts. There was one Class C rig in the campground, if you want to call it that. It's a blacktop parking lot with hookups. Very unattractive, unfriendly place. They would rather be empty and make no money than reduce their price. We left and did not stay here. We ended up in Lajitas.
I gave this park a 5 since we didn't sleep for two days because of the noise from Interstate 10 which is about 100 yards from the park. The constant sound of sirens does not make you feel any safer. It is definitely one of the most high class parks we've stayed at. The price reflects that. However, you must like the city feel of this park. There is not a tree anywhere. It is a parking lot with pavers. A step up from concrete. It is within walking distance from Bourbon Street. About a half mile. Don't do it at night though. Just west of the park (next door) is a housing project. They will tell you up front not to walk the area at night.
The office was closed. Had to go back uphill and find the campground host. The rate in Passport America was listed as $12.50 but we were charged $13.50. $14.92 with tax. I wasn't about to argue. It's a scary place. Mostly old junky trailers for the residents. We went to Little Rock for the afternoon and took all valuables with us. Wi-Fi is available for an extra fee. Cable did work well. Doesn't look like a family place. We'll be gone bright and early after one night. Wife wished she owned a gun. If you have a choice, avoid this one.
The park is in a beautiful setting. The people are very friendly and helpful. Laundry and restrooms are spotless. We were apprehensive when we saw the road leading into the park. We should have stopped there. Don't get me wrong. The park was great. It's the road that needs work. Remember, what goes down must come up. That's where our trouble was. We tow with a 2008 Silverado 1500 2wd and got to within 200 feet of the top of the hill and had to be towed the rest of the way. The closest tow company was 30-45 minutes away. Backing up did not work either. I'm not a newbie. I have over a million miles behind the wheel of a tractor trailer. The wheels started slipping on the gravel and there was nothing left to do but sit and wait for the tow truck. Thank God for On Star.