FL citizen Sr. rate. Park is beautiful 'Olde Florida' type park. Some sites huge. Almost all shaded dirt and shells, a few paved but are supposed to be handicapped. Park rangers and volunteers are fantastic, they take a lot of pride in the park and it shows. Showers and restrooms are spotless, even the older ones. Make sure to see the museum and CCC projects and take the trails, they're great, also very well kept and wide. Very relaxing. Will be back soon!
Rate reflects FL SR citizen. We stayed at Big Flats area, the older RV area. Still great but the newer Palmetto Ridge will appeal to the BIG motorhomes and 5ers. Full hookups, including sewer. Our favorite is still Big Flats and we were not disappointed. Rangers to volunteers are what makes this whole park great. Will stay here again and again.
Would have rated much higher if we had stayed in pull-through area but we stayed in the 'standard' area. If you are over 30 feet, DON'T.The sites are in amongest park models and are tight. The pull-through (new) area is very nice for a few bucks more. Clubhouse, pool area, shuffle board areas are great. Laundry is good. We would stay here again in the pull-through area!
Price is with no discounts, forgot to renew our Passport America! But this park is one of our favorites as the owners are so nice and accomodating and the park is very nice, clean and neat. They told me of a "SnowBird Special" they are running at $175 a month + electric! Wow, what a deal! Call for details. we may come back over for a month or so as they are close to Panama City.
One of our top five parks in the U.S. Gorgeous, peaceful, very shady setting on the Tombigbee River. Good sized sites, paved and level with pull thrus having best river view and the backins are tucked into the forest. It is a COE campground with great volunteers keeping the entire place spotless. Nice hiking trails lead away from campground with a nice kids playground. Our second trip and we'll be back soon for at least a week!
Last time we stayed here in 2011 we gave the park an 8 but it has declined considerably. Rest room/showers were filthy, sites needed to be picked up after, and asphalt sites needed to be re-leveled. Noted that there was no camp host and did not look like there had been one for awhile. This is a beautiful setting and hopefully will be cleaned up.
This is a small, extremely well run county campground. Gravel and pine needle sites, heavily shaded sites, reasonably level with picnic tables, fire rings garbage cans and nice charcoal grill/smokers. A few long termers/workers, but nice. A view of the lake and very clean showers and restrooms. Looking forward to coming here again. This is our 2nd visit here.
Off US Hwy 70 behind a great steakhouse by same name (open Fri and Sat only). Clean,wide grass and gravel sites with Mesquite trees (not much shade). Note: there are NO showers or rest rooms. Call ahead to see if they have any space as there is nothing else close by and they occassionally fill with workers. Cash only. Managers are very nice and helpful. Actual address is 10085 W Hwy 70, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nice little park to explore the area. Clean, level, gravel and dirt sites. Long pull throughs with convenient utilities. Not a lot of shade but grass between nice wide sites with plenty of room for slide outs. Restaurant across street (Freds) is great with New Mexican and American food. Full service bar has beautiful old bar and backbar. See museum, half block away, also. We look forward to returning.
The VIEW!!!! Small park with a few monthlies that are very friendly. Sites are gravel with easy hookups. Spotless large restrooms and showers, nice laundry room and a large salt water swimming pool. Spa wiring got struck by lightning earlier this year, but pool is great. Staying for a month and may extend. Not a mega resort, just a clean and friendly campground.
The road in and out is a real tricky one, slow and easy. You're dropping to sea level here folks; those are mountains you came from! This is as rugged a get-away-from-it-all campground as you will find with accessability. A gorgeous BLACK SAND beach, nice owner, great fishing and tremendous beach combing and birding. Stayed a week and HAD to leave but WILL return. If you are into remote beaches, THIS IS IT and fairly easy to get to.
Very clean, nicely landscaped RV Park. Sites are level though a little narrow and close. Otherwise, it would have been a 10. Concrete with picnic table and a tree. Back ins actually a little wider and seem to be further apart. Pool, spa, laundry, and all common areas are spotless. Nice central start for all the attractions in area. Would definitely stay here again.
Very nice state park. Sites are pretty level. If using a pull through, go in the wrong way as water and electric are on the wrong side. All RV sites are long and the RV/tent sites have a nice sandy area for tents. Only 6-7 sites occupied the night we stayed and it doesn't get a lot of usage. Don't know why, as it has very interesting ruins and all trails are well marked. Rangers and camp host very well informed and helpful. Looking forward to returning.
Lots of Cottonwoods for shade in middle area; outside has sites for satellite users. Sites are all paved and very level. Some pull throughs and some sites can handle some big rigs. Clean restrooms with no showers. Dump site available and water fill. Great stay to see Canyon de Chelly. Will stay here again.
Not fancy but great value! Owners are on site and very helpful for things to see and do. Gravel, level sites with easy hookups. Caterpillar infestation killed off a few trees but there is some shade. Bulrushes cleared out of pond and while we were there a flock of White-faced Ibis were there along with a newly hatched family of Coots. This campground is a great central point to explore the 4 Corners area. We will stay here again.
Only draw back is the sites are narrow. Would have rated higher otherwise. Most sites are shaded, all are gravel but really pretty level and long. Restrooms are 1 mens, 1 womens and are huge and beautifully decorated. Very nice club house with Wi-Fi for guests. Gas, a good restaurant, and medical all close by. Managers and workers very nice and helpful. Would stay here again.
Peaceful, quiet and beautiful scenery, morning, noon and night. On NM Camping Pass for rate. The electric/water sites are wide,long,gravel and pretty level. The dry camp spots vary widely, some sites only good for tents but some are large enough for good sized rigs. Reservations through Reserve America. Nice trails through and around the park with really unusual rock formation. Sunsets are gorgeous. Here 5 days and will be back.
Navajo Nation has taken over from Park Service and has really done a spectacular job. Roads all paved as are sites. Sites level and various lengths. We left our 34 ft 5th wheel attached and plenty of room in 4 sites we looked at WITH a 2nd small SUV. Park is spotless, good shade at many spots with 4 handicapped good sites near restroom. These are also VERY clean, but no showers. This is the nicest no frills campground we have ever stayed at.
Lots of trees and shade. Long, level, paved and mostly wide sites. Would have rated a ten with a pool. Mostly a 55+ park with some seasonal but all friendly. Park is kept very clean and neat with a nice clubhouse. Rate is weekly as we liked park and extended our stay and will defiantly return.
I get tired of folks from the east expecting grass, flowers and huge shade trees in the west/southwest. This is desert folks! This campground has good rates, pool,spa and very nice HARDSCAPING...that is rock landscaping and this park is nicely done. Upgrading in progress but this is a well run park with wide,long spaces, mostly level, most with trees, with a great staff.Came for 2 days, stayed for 4 and will return.
All pull through RV sites with full hookups. Gravel sites and very level and easy hook ups. This is typical southwest fare. The hardscape decorations with trees on some sites, picnic tables on all and a great pond with frogs and bulrushes and benches to enjoy the pond. The folks that run it are full of local info on places to see and there is a lot more than you would imagine. Started with 2 days and stayed for five. And a couple of blocks away at Twin Rocks Cafe...you must try the Navajo Tacos! We will return.
Very nice state park now being run by almost all volunteers/workampers, and they are doing a fantastic job. The natural hot tub was a comfortable 92 degrees and very clean. The restrooms and showers are old but clean. Paved mostly level large sites with great views all around. Nice gift shop and trails are nicely maintained. Very dog friendly, just keep 'em on a leash and cleanup after them. We will look forward to coming back. Stayed 4 days.
This is a BLM campground and well kept. There are level gravel sites, 2 with power and water. I rated this as a BLM campground, not a resort. Host is friendly and makes sure you're happy. The petroglyphs are very interesting. We will stay here again.
Long wide sites, gravel but level. Beautiful cactus and large trees at most sites. Pool is clean, restrooms are spotless and the entire campground is well cared for. This park has come a long way from its pre KOA days, and the owners/managers and workampers should be commended. The restaurant is excellent, steaks cooked over a large wood pit outdoors. We look forward to staying here again.
Best waffles we've had in years!! Nice breakfast in AM, very friendly folks, good level pull through site and strong electric. Mostly long term but very friendly. Would make a good base to explore surrounding area! Would surely stay here again!
Register at convenience store/gas station then across street to washboard road to campground. Long, pretty level dirt spaces. Quite a few long term work residents. OK for over nite but that's about it.
Convenient to the Bosque del Apache NWR is it's best feature. Typical southwestern gravel campsites that were surprisingly very level, with good water pressure and electric. It's not fancy but nice, cordial informative host and the Owl Cafes' hamburgers in San Antonio is not to be missed.
Our first visit here but not our last. This park is spotless, well laid out and very well run. The folks here go out of their way to be helpful and informative of the area. Great pool and spa. Long, wide and level concrete pads with well thought out utility placement. Not much shade, but this is Arizona. We don't give out very many 10's but this one deserves it.
Came here on a recommendation and was not disappointed. Lava and gravel roads and sites with lots of trees with more planted. Sites level and fairly wide, no problem with our slide out with nice, sturdy picnic tables. Very clean restrooms, showers and laundry and the entire campground spotless. Dog area and next to forest at 6400 ft. This is a campground and not a resort and is very nice and quiet. Open April through Nov. Will definitely be returning.
Haven't been here in 5-6 years and it was one of my favorites resorts. Grounds are manicured, they brush the rocks smooth, have grass and big beautiful trees that have grown up since my last trip. It's back on the list of favorites. Pool and spa are spotless, showers great and clean, store is well stocked with essentials and nice non essentials. This is a well managed, well taken care of RV resort and we will return! Almost every night they have activities, there is a shuttle to Zion, and they have a dog sitting service while you are at Zion.
One of our favorites. It's always clean and neat, but this trip we dropped them to a nine as there was a lot of bags blowing around, etc. The fire pits and BBQs were not cleaned of cig butts, etc. All personnel were helpful and courteous, but maybe they are not hiring enough this year. We will return as this is probably just a money thing.
Our second visit here and one of our favorites. Campsites are red, packed dirt, level and various lengths. They do an excellent job of putting the right size RV in the correct site. Hookups are convenient and sites include a picnic table and either a nice charcoal grill or a fire pit. Nice enclosed pool, restrooms, and showers. Also a well stocked store. We will be back again to take more tours with the Monument Valley Safari in their 4 Door Jeep Wranglers with a guide/driver and room for only 4 passengers making it intimate and informative.
Stayed here last year and wanted to return to the area and this nice campground. It is a great base to see the many attractions in this area. The manager has a couple that are off the regular map and is happy to share. Very friendly and helpful. Sites are typical southwest fare with some trees. Convenient utilities, level and long pullthrus, good water pressure and great wifi. Nice little pond in the tent area with benches and you must meet Elvis and Elvira.
Nice clean park, green grass, shade trees and good sized gravel sites with convenient hookups. All the folks here are helpful and cheerful. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Conveniently located at crossroads to all the local Parks and attractions. Will stay here again for sure.
Very nice clean park. Park folks great, informative and very helpful. The sites are paved, level and very large with great windbreak / shade cover, picnic table and fire ring / BBQ combo all on concrete patio. The Goblin Valley area is really weird and beautiful at the same time. There are a lot of trails for hikers. We are looking forward to a return trip. The roads are all completed.
Got kids? This is very kid friendly. Nice playground, very large grassy area around the playground and pool area. Several small but clean and reasonable laundries, spotless restrooms and showers. Shade trees are getting nice and big and the views and sunsets in this park are spectacular! Everyone is helpful and full of info on surrounding areas, they have Jeep rentals, evening suppers that are great. Great store and next door is an excellent and reasonable RV mechanic. All this in a town that is prettier than Sedona 25 years ago.
Great campground. Came for 5 days, would like to have stayed longer. The employees are very courteous, knowledgeable about the area and helpful. The grass and trees are so nice. Dinner cruise next door is next on our list here. Great jumping off for the areas many attractions. We will be back for sure.
Price reflects Good Sam and cash discounts. Very clean, neat, well organized park. Nice playground for kids, clean laundry, level gravel sites and great Wi-Fi. Cable TV is $2.00 extra. The folks here are VERY nice and there is a great Mexican restaurant within walking distance.
This is part of a National 9 Motel and all the employees at the desk and the Outlaw Cafe were real nice. Pool and restroom were clean and showers were a little small but clean also. We only overnited here. A couple of the sites were pretty permanents, but neat. Sites are gravel, pretty level but very narrow. Would stay here again as it's the only game in town, inexpensive, nice folks and the cafe is very good, especially breakfast!
Got a real nice crescent shaped pull thru, nice and level in the shade. Have stayed here before and all the people here were as helpful as can be. There is a shuttle over to a Casino which is really nice with coupons on the KOA info page for money and food. Had a good time and will stay here again.
Second stay here and love this park. Lots to do. Scissor tail has long, fairly level, pull thrus, fire rings, BBQ and picnic tables. Will try to stay here a week next time. Beautiful, well maintained park. Also has two single wide trailers reserved for active duty or retired military!
Camped at Catfish Campground. Very nice, long, gravel pull thru site with burn ring (burn ban in effect), BBQ and picnic table. Nice view. Older bathes that could use updating but very clean. Camp volunteers and rangers very nice and informative. Look forward to staying here again for a longer stay.
Great little free campground for 2 nights! Clean with water and 30 amp electric and propane 2 doors away! Tell the nice local folks that you stopped because their town puts on a nice free campground and that's the reason you got gas, dinner, breakfast, etc., and it will be here the next time you come through!
Pretty, shaded, quiet park. All backins, but good inner roads and all sites paved with campfire rings and picnic tables on cement. They have dropped their SR discounts but the new WiFi is great. Restrooms very clean and roomy showers.
What a great COE (now Public Corps) park! One of the best we've stayed at! Just had roads and sites repaved. Whole park is spotless. Rate reflects US Sr discount. Was very sorry to leave after 1 night. This is on our must return list. Tugs pushing coal barges down the river and great fishing nearby! Beautiful setting.
Very narrow roads and trees in the more snowbird/park model(north) part of the campground. If you're over 32 ft, make sure they put you in the newer (south) part. Unless you stay over 30 days no cable TV. WIFI only in the clubhouse but Verizon aircard OK. Do not stay in the north section unless you speak French.
Price reflects FL SR citizen rate. Beautiful, well maintained campground. Work campers and Rangers do a great job. Not much cell phone reception. For larger rigs, Gulf Breeze is better as the Pines has very tight turns. Looking forward to coming here again!
Very nice state park. Sites gravel, level and vary greatly in width and length. Reserve America makes reservations and have good info on sites. 5 minutes to beach. Butcher shop in the small town very good and a couple of good restaurants. We're looking forward to returning.
Very close to the river with a lot of nature trails. Launch sites for small boats and rentals of canoes. Some of the sites are small but all laid out well. Level gravel sites with electric and water convenient. Most sites with nice vegetation divides, picnic tables and fire rings. Staff is great and very helpful. Dump site convenient for outbound. Well maintained, We will be back for sure!
One of the cleanest RV parks we've ever stayed at. Very friendly and helpful staff to answer all your questions. Nice pool and two recreation rooms with nice laundry room. Mostly pull through gravel sites, pretty level with convenient utilities. An RV store and repair facility is acroos the street with a small restruant and grocery close. We're looking forward to staying here again.
Spotless park, nicely landscaped with great folks at the desk and living there. Nice walk around the lake and if you're a birder, many different kinds. About half permanent residents with nice park models and a lot of 'snowbirds' and all are very friendly. Always have something to do. Great laundry, spotless restrooms and the cleanest pool we've seen. Well organized sites with cable and great Wi-Fi. Call ahead during the season as it fills up quickly. We'll be back!!!!
Main reason for low rating is the price. No discounts for anything and on top of this, they charge $5.00 daily for Wi-Fi. It is an older park that is being upgraded. I guess to be able to drive your ATVs, folks will pay the price. We were visiting friends close by and have no reason to ever stay here again, and wouldn't. Restrooms, showers and laundry were clean, sites real hard to figure out. At $25-30 this is a good place, but not $56.
A very nice family park. Nice level campsites in the woods with tables, ground fire pits and BBQs. Large and paved and conveniently placed utilities. This will be a regular stop in this area for at least a week.
The caverns are what makes this campground unique. We have camped here four times and toured the caverns three. They are beautiful. Like walking through a 2 mile geode. Gravel, level pull-throughs with elec/water but NO DUMP due to the caverns. Very nice gift shop and knowledgeable guides. Will stay here again for sure.
What a great place to spend Halloween, in a ghost town! 4 pull thru, level sites with full hookups, nicely shaded in a very quiet, peaceful setting. The owners are very pleasant and more than willing to share the towns history. On site museum, free but donations asked, that is amazing. Artist coop next door is a great place. All local artists and very reasonably priced. The map show campground at start of town but it is 1/2 mile further behind the museum. Definitely will be back!
Like the previous poster, no fancy stuff, just quiet, peaceful and pretty campground. Sites are mostly back to back utilities with a huge front yard, interspersed with mature oaks. Crushed rock, pretty level and long sites. Very clean restrooms, showers and laundry room. Pretty little pond and other decorations and very nice managers make this a park we'll be coming back to often.
One of our favorites! Gravel, level sites with convenient utilities. Has cable TV and great WiFi included. Has two nice dog runs, one just newly upgraded. A lot of new little upgrades being done everytime we've stayed. Trees are getting bigger and more spaces getting shade. All of the employees are courteous and helpful. We'll return again. The park is actually in Bernalillo, north of Albuqueque.
As mentioned before, there is noise at times but not constant freeway type. Planes stop at 9PM and train noise has never bothered me but is not bad. The sites are level, pea gravel with picnic table and some sites have trees. The park is very clean and neat and is very well run. We got here the day after the Cowboy Cookout ended but have had it in the past and it's great. We'll stay here again, great central location.
Park Rangers and volunteers great! Park has little shade but trees growing nicely. Most pull through sites are long, paved and level. Nice picnic tables and fire rings and cement patios. Good views from just about every site, rest rooms clean and spaces very wide. Would stay here again.
Great location but will agree with previous person that signage for the campground is confusing, but all park personnel we came in contact with for anything was very courteous and went out of their way to be helpful. Don't think there is a bad site in the park which looks to be recently upgraded. Maybe the previous poster should stick to the mega resorts as we, and everyone else we talked to in our three day stay, thought it was wonderful. Level sites,great hookups!
Location, location, location! Beautiful with soaring red cliffs all around. Not a mega-resort with the red dirt sites but shade trees, picnic tables, grills, level sites and well thought out hookups. Wide enough for slides and awnings and a lot of pull thrus. Staff was polite, helpful and very informative. Pool nice and small grocery/gift shop handy. This place is immaculate with trash cans being dumped twice a day and sites checked as campers pull in AM. Would stay here again in a NY minute and already planned it for next year!
The previous poster must love the huge mega resorts and this didn't meet his expectations and I'm sorry. As you can see, this is a small campground in a beautiful, but small town. There are 2 wonderful and 1 exceptional restaurants, Bluff Fort across the street, a museum quality Native American gallery and a small grocery at the Sinclair station. The people at the campground are friendly and helpful and the place is spotless. Look forward to staying here again.
Something for everyone. Spotless showers and toilets. Two laundries were small, spotless, adequate. WiFi very good, huge central lawn area with playgrounds and a nice pool. Very nice and reasonable gift shop, small grocery and RV supplies. Nicely laid out tent area and cabins and a outstanding nightly dinner in the pavilion. Gorgeous views, close to all the great attractions in the area with 4x4 rentals to really explore. Came for a week and stayed almost two. Already planning return next spring coming in a different direction. Great place!
Camped in A Loop. The loops that have electric are on the inner part of the loops mostly. Toilet/showers are part of the renovation (which explains previous poster's "storage") and are new, along with new (where needed) charcoal grills and fire rings. Road from Hwy 530 into marina is repaved. Sites are gravel, pretty level and wide but not long. Our 30' 5th wheel backed in OK with the truck parked next to it. Beautiful views from almost every site. Will be staying here again for sure. Fee is Senior Pass plus electric.
With no pool or spa, can't go to 10 but a very nice park with great staff. A large field ringed with backins, and the interior is pull throughs that are as huge as the backins. The whole park is surrounded by large trees and smaller ones on the interior are getting almost shady. Level gravel sites and it's easy to negotiate. Would stay here again. Came for an overnight and stayed for 3! Ft Bridger Park is next door and worth the visit. Quiet, 2 miles off the interstate.
Rate reflects PassportAmerica. We were only going to stay here 3 or 4 days. Finally left after 16 days. Great spot for day trips into Teton and Targhee Parks and Jackson 'Hole.' A very nice little town with a GREAT restaurant 'North End Grill'! Everything is in walking distance. In Driggs, the next town south, is a really great grocery, Broulims, that has the best deli and food service imaginable. Owners are friendly and helpful and the laundry, shower, and restroom bldg is new and spotless. The showers are coin op as there are a lot of hikers in the tent area. We will make a point of coming this way again just to stay here.
For the money, this park is great. Long pull through sites, pretty level gravel, nice tables with growing trees, some big enough to give shade. Grass well maintained. Not fancy, but very clean restrooms and showers and nice laundry facilities. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Some long term campers here but neat mobiles and very friendly. Came for 3 days and stayed for 11! Would stay here again.
If this park had a pool, I'd give it a 10. There is a PeterD and he is a pleasure to meet but we have a Mrs PeterD who keeps him on track. Another great personality. This is one of the friendliest parks we have ever stayed at. Not fancy, just very clean, very neat and very well run. The bathrooms, showers and laundry are spotless. I think the laundry machines are waxed. The spaces are a little narrow but a good job is done on putting rigs where they'll fit. And PeterD will do everything he can to make your stay great. We started at 2 days and stayed for 4. Will make a point of staying here again.
Gave them a higher score for the Hunts Bros Pizza they have, and the great breakfast! The very pleasant attitude of all the staff helped a lot! The sites were flat, gravel and level. An out of the way campground that is great to stay at!
We have visited this ghost town and always wanted to camp in their campground. It consists of 5 very nice FHU sites:4 pull thru and one backin, 5 dry camp sites and one beautiful restored and upgraded historic cabin. There is a high quality restored general store/museum and a gift shop/gallery of VERY local artists. It is about 1 hour from I-25 and well worth the drive but this really is a semi ghost town so caution is advised on length.
A very nice KOA, one of the best we've stayed in. Staff is wonderful, helpful and goes out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. Nice little store with basics, very clean pool, level gravel sites with easy hookups. For the southwest, more trees and grass than usual and landscaping is really nice. Breakfast very good and reasonable. Recommended by our RV dealer and I can see why. Don't miss Coranado Steak House/Mexican Grill. Looking forward to our next stay here.
Typical of southwest RV parks. Lots of rock landscaping with a few trees but we thought the sites were large and level with easily accessible utilities. Within very easy driving to great hot spring spas and good restaurants. Management is very nice and helpful. We would stay here again.
Nothing fancy, just a pleasant park at the foot of the Sandia Mtns. Water and electric are being upgraded so the sites are a little unlevel, but the quiet beauty of the park make up for the little inconveniences. Staff is very pleasant and helpful. Catch the nice museum on site. Ribs and the Sandia Crust Pizza are must eats. Our original 2 days stretched to 4. We will definitely return.
Very pet friendly with a great doggie walk area. Beautiful vistas all around, great play ground for kids, reasonable laundry and nice covers over picnic tables in the tent and small RV sites. Roads are gravel and some of the pull through sites are paved. The gravel pull through sites are close to level but some are a little tight. Landscaping is desert natural and attractive. It's on the south end of town. Staff was polite and the gift store is unique. Staff was courteous and very informed on this beautiful area.
A very steep yet beautiful drive leads to a breathtaking area at the top. Lodge has an excellent restaurant with great buffets and superb service. All staff was friendly and very helpful. The campsites are smaller than normal and some are short and it took me a little while to get into ours but was well worth it. Tent area is also very nice. The entire park is clean and very neat. We will be back.
Large sites, gravel 'n grass with some shade trees. Has 3 spas, a nice store both for camper supplies and unique gifts. The showers were huge and spotless, restrooms were the same. Has a neat little putt putt golf course, a huge meeting room, actually a meeting barn, playground, 3 dog walking areas, 1 nicely fenced and the whole place is neat, clean and orderly. They were doing some upgrades that should be complete by the summer season. Owners and their staff are very friendly and go out of their way to make sure your stay is pleasant. Will go out of our way to stay here again.
Park has very pleasant and helpful staff. Park is clean, neat and well kept up. The pull through sites on the left side of the park are kind of narrow, an awning on one side and a slideout on the other filled the site completely side to side. Other than that, a very nice stay and would stay here again, only in the backins.
Beautiful setting very close to Lake Columbia. Very clean, neat and well run campground. Shaded in forest, with large level sites, fire rings and BBQs at each site. Came for a night but will be back for a much longer stay soon.
One of my favorites. Has a nice view of Mississippi River and is spotlessly clean. Has nice level sites, and is well organized. All facilities were clean and neat. Large Newmar Rally here now, and there's still room for travelers. Great place.
Been here before and forget to leave a review. Previous poster stated the pond needs to be fished and they're right. Great fishing. Park has mostly level sites, gravel and large. There are some shade trees and the little ones are getting bigger. Nice place for a small to medium sized informal rally, with a nice clubhouse with large deck overlooking the pond. Will be back here for sure!
This is an older park with same owners for 20 years that is unusually clean and well kept. Two nice rec halls: one with fire place the other air conditioned. Immaculate heated pool, shuffle board, horseshoes and laundry. The staff is very friendly and helpful and keeps this park spotless. Even in a very heavy downpour, no flooding or standing water on roads or sites. Nice level sites about split between shaded and open. Pretty booked in winter, so phone/email ahead for reservations then but worth it! Will make a point of returning.
One of the finest parks, either private or public, we've stayed at. Excellent staff and volunteers, sites are very well maintained, large and level. The entire park is very well kept up and the pet areas are great! We look forward to returning as often as possible.
Great park.Terrific staff and volunteers. Park is crowded with day folks when Manatee here but well worth it. Really nice and quiet at night after the crowds leave. Plan on an extra day to see everything.
Very clean, well maintained park. Also very lucky to get reservations for last minute reunion as about 1/2 snowbirds. Very friendly staff, extra clean bathrooms and pool is one of the cleanest we've seen. Will definitely stay here anytime we're even close.
The campground is usually filled with work kampers but it is worth a call to see if there is any availability. $includes unlimited soaking in their outstanding, clean pools with beautiful views of Rio Grande River. Staff is outstanding and well trained in the spas. 12 rooms available also if no camping space available. Day use of spas avail without a stay and are well worth the stop.
Easy parking, easy hookups, level sites and great staff! Extra charge from elec but small for my little TT. A lot to do in the area: zoo, museums, etc. Only 2 nights here this trip but next trip will do a week or more. Great for a quick overnight or an extended stay.
This is my 3rd visit here and it is always a restful stopover. A medium sized RV Rally was meeting here and a few hunters. The owner mixed all well and everyone had great time. The 2 acre bass pond here NEEDS someone to come fish it. I'm trying to get time to fish here for a week. The sites are level, gravel, shower and clubhouse complete with a nice patio overlooking the pond. I will definitely stay here again. Hopefully to thin out that bass pond!
The sites are pretty level with accessible electric and water. The office folks are as helpful as can be. The little store is actually pretty well stocked. There is a very nice recreation room with a lot of information on local area available. It is my 4th stay here and it remains a must stay, either for overnight or extended visits.
Very nice RV resort right on Lake Livingston, with a marina. A new facility that is very well planned and laid out. One area of sites still not finished and it can be seen how much careful thought has been put into the layout. The restaurant is excellent with beautiful sunset views. Staff helpful and very pleasant. We had only planned on a quick overnight stay but stayed another day and wish we could have stayed a month. Next visit will be much longer!
Neat, clean park with good sized spaces. This is our 3rd visit and with the drought, it was evident that a lot of grass watering had been put on hold. Laundry,small store, pool was all very clean and neat and the staff was very nice. A few more long termers than before but only 1 "junker" which dropped their rating a little from last visit. Might just be a sign of the times.
Very clean, well run park. Stayed 3 nights and wish we had more time. Pool and spa area cleanest we've seen, and with all the tress around them, I don't know how they do it. Very nice dog turnouts. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We have put this on our list of must returns!
Pass Port America $ rate. Owners very helpful and have very nicely updated this used to be KOA. Petting zoo, nice playgrounds for kids, spotless toilets and showers (even includes bath mats!) Nice store, arcade, laundry and pet areas. Pool was being redone and was ready the day we left! We stayed three nights and will be back on our way back thru this fall.
A great stop on US 70 as previous reviewer said. It is clean and neat. First 2 nights free and 3rd - 5th nights $5.00. 5 night limit. Almost all the restaurants in town closed on Mondays, For your information. Dump available and a propane dealer 2 doors away!
We stayed here as an overnight a year ago and vowed to return. Very nice park with 3 distinct types of campsites available. Has very nice trails, small but informative nature center, climbing rock and small amusement park in spring, summer and early fall, and convenience store. Restrooms were very clean.
Best surprise overnight stop we ever made! Stayed 6 days but will be back for a longer stay in spring. One of the best organized and run RV parks we've ever been in, private or public. Immaculate grounds, level sites, beautiful sunsets, great spa and great personnel make this one of our top stays.
Spotless restrooms and laundry. All gravel and some drought tolerant trees but the city of Gallup wisely wants only hardscaping to conserve their limited water supply but this park done a very good job of making it attractive and very pleasant. Some of the most convenient hookups we've had, with 2 units sharing one set of utilities so easy for two units traveling together to open awnings into each other. This was just an overnight stay, but we will return and use this as our base to explore the area.
I would have rated higher but the bathroom/showers really need to be updated. A very pretty park that is surrounded by prairie that just comes up on you. There is lots to do and it is very neat. Sites were gravel but there are actually 3 campgrounds, we were in Rosebud. We are looking forward to returning for a much longer stay.
What a difference new owners make! Was through here 3 years ago and refused to stay for the junkie trailers, dead trees and and poor condition. I Don't know how KOA ever let remain a franchise. But the new owners have about rebuilt totally one shower/restroom and gutted and redone the other. Now they are spotless. Trees have been replanted and junk is gone. For such close proximity to freeway it was very quiet. The folks that took over are personable, helpful and, rightfully so, take pride in the revitalization of this park. We will definitely stay here again.
Brand new and very nice. Can handle 45' rigs, pull in or back in. Private boat ramp, nicely landscaped,with a a very helpful and friendly staff. We are looking forward to our next stay, maybe the soon to be completed fishing pier will be done.
As with all the Arkansas State Parks we've visited, this park was beautiful. Facilities well kept and very clean with helpful staff. Campsites well laid and semi private with fire rings, pits and picnic tables. We will definitely be returning!
Mostly pull throughs and pretty level gravel sites. Close to Interstate so a little road noise. Back behind a Motel 6 and an RV dealership. Has a shopping center and very good restaurant within walking distance. Great place for a RV rally (which we were a part of). Restroom/ shower combos very clean. Staff very nice and helpful. Would stay here again.
Campsites mostly level but no consistency to elec and water hookups as to sides of rig. Only needed 6 ' of electric but 2 hose sections. Some sites had both on same side. Only complaint though. Other than that it's gorgeous with helpful staff, a cool little water park (closed Sept-May). Diamond hunting is $6.50 daily and lot of fun. Tools can be rented. Looking forward to returning.
3rd stay and Ameristar is putting a lot of money into the park. The staff is helpful, humorous and very pleasant. Has shuttle over to the casino, with great food in several locations. Sites are level, hookups convenient and the entire park is spotless. Will definitely stay here again.
My favorite park, not a resort nor is it trying to be. A spotless, well groomed park with dune views for some but somewhat breezy to wind blocked lower area still having dune access. No ATVs allowed to drive in park. Great riding stables within walking distance.
A really great park and by far the best in LA area. A variety of different types of sites. Centrally located and convenient to a number of attractions plus being a really nice place to stay. Looking forward to returning!
Still some full timers here working on construction projects but very nice campgrounds with a great restaurant in front. Level campsites with a great, friendly staff. A lot of big trees in a pretty setting! Looking forward to coming back for a longer stay!
In reviewing past comments, I can see some confusion. Some sites have little shade or trees, and the satellite folks love those!!! I like shade and got it. The park was spotless, including pool, showers, restrooms, laundry and rec room. There was a very nice,clean enclosed dog run area and modern play ground area for kids. I look forward to staying here again.
Except for the noise from the hi-way, this park would be a 9! Very nice wide, level spaces, everything clean and neat. Good base camp for things in the area or a great overnight stop. Will be returning for longer visit.
Visited in the off season, cold and blustery, but the staff was warm and helpful. Great breakfast in the store/restaurant and Friday fish frys in the summers are legendary according to quite a few locals. Will return!!
Some permanent residents with a lot of snowbirds. Has a very nice lake,residents,pool,restrooms and a great staff. In prime season, you want to book ahead as far as you can but if in area, call for a possible cancellation, it's worth it!!
This a great I-5 stopover. Area around the park is building up with restaurants and stores within walking distance. Trees are getting a little bigger and the park is neat and tidy. Office/club house has TV and coffee and a kitchen for clubs. No pool yet but it is in the plans on next expansion. Fully fenced with one entrance/exit. This is my third stay and there will be more.
Very long gravel pull thru sites with picnic tables and hookups conveniently located. This is indeed a work in progress and the design is very well thought out leaving many trees and beautiful views. As previously stated, it's a great, convenient overnight stop with very good access to freeway but also very quiet. The potential here for a longer stay is great once more amenities are completed. I'll definitely be staying here again to see how it develops.
Name is now Pacific Dunes Ranch RV and the Resort is off the name. Should make some happy. The park is still neat, clean, friendly and a great place to stay. Rest rooms/showers spotless, small fairly well stocked store, video arcade for kids and community room for clubs. Very good riding stables for beach rides within walking distance. We'll definitely be back!
Staff very friendly and helpful. Park is clean, neat and very well kept up. Sites level with some grass and trees. A few long timers but neat sites, a very nice mix of people and very pleasant. We definitely will come back as we were made to feel very welcome and that's unusual today.
Not a destination resort but a very clean and quiet stop over for a couple of days. Pool is clean, restrooms recently up graded, almost all the sites are well shaded and level,(gravel), with lots of green grass. They are upgrading this park slowly and doing each step very well. This is our 3rd stay and we will return.
Great stopover park. Trees still growing so not much shade but restaurants and services very close and close to I-5 but not too noisy. Management very helpful and keep the whole campground spotless. Will definitely stay again.
This is our favorite RV CampGround! Everybody there is there to make sure you have an enjoyable stay! In this 5 day stay, we were there for Luau Days and enjoyed a very nice BBQd shish ka bob, ice cream social, pool party. Though geared more for the kids, it was fun for the adults also. The new wi fi is very good and this 'nitpicking' complaint is bogus.If you don't need a shower or wifi, it is not included in the price. There is a wide variety of campers there: tent, cabin, tent trailer,truck campers and million dollar diesel pushers. Some may use the shower, some may not and same with wifi. If you don't use, why should you pay for it??
We stayed in 'behind the gate' part of park that is only open Memorial Day to Labor Day. There are two ponds and Bass, Blue Gill and Catfish in both. Each one of the campsites can easily accommodate 2-4 rigs. Fire rings and picnic tables at each site. Can't rate this park any higher as the roads are dirt and gravel. Sites are level and all have a beautiful view. Not a fancy mega-resort, just a great place to go back to, time after time. One of our 2 favorites!
Cannot rate a 10 because of the 2007 report but we found frozen but neatly cut grass, frozen landscaping and the nicest employees of any RV Park we've stayed at. They made sure we were comfortable with plenty of water and did their absolute best to make sure that we enjoyed our stay in their very unseasonable cold weather. We will make it a point to return here for a longer stay(when it's warmer!)The view and location is beautiful, all appeared spotless and employees fantastic!
The only thing that kept Harris Creek Campground from a 10 was the uneven pads and upgrades badly needed in rest rooms and showers (though they were very clean). Beautiful setting above the lake with paths down to the water. Most sites well shaded and you need it in summer. This a for sure come back campground!
Level sites with tables and fire pits. The County has done a very good job of maintaining both the campground and the ghost town above it by not letting it get tacky. All the employees were helpful and full of interesting information. We only stayed one night but will definitely be back for a longer stay. There is a lot to do and see in the town and the surrounding area.
Plan ahead as the hook-up sites are limited. That's the only bad thing about a beautiful park. The trees mentioned in an earlier review are being thinned out. The Nature Museum is great and very kid friendly. Nice and clean and well maintained.
We traveled with another travel trailer and both of us were treated as well as we have been treated anywhere!Spaces were large, grassy with nice picnic tables and long,level concrete pads.Lake and landscaping are beautiful. Food in the casino was good to excellent as we stayed 3 nights and the casino is fun and not too serious like Vegas.Restrooms and showers were spotless. We're looking forward to a quick return!
This is a well run county/municipal run park and with that understanding : it is not up to private park standards only because the cannot turn away some of the riff-raff day users and camping-in-my car overnighters. It really is too bad as it is a great facility and could/should be a real money maker for the county as is Lake Cahuilla in Riverside Co. We enjoyed our stay, loved the trains, fishing, huge sites, etc but one prowler dropped them to a 6.
Park is getting a little long in the tooth though very clean and neat with terrific personnel. Some sites very small, only 1 pull through. This park is cut into the side of a hill and few trees were removed so roads tight. Some semi perm residents trailers getting very junky looking and should be removed to bring park up in ratings.
This appears,by the check-in building, to be an old KOA. It seems to be undergoing renovation and is very clean and neat with only one area at a time being worked on. Easy access to I-5 but the park is very quiet with a couple of neat long term campers. Very shady, level sites, mostly grass and gravel. Restrooms and laundry clean and tidy. We just stayed one night but for anyone that has a reason to be in Orland, this is a very nice park but not a resort yet. We would stay here again and would spend longer next visit!
Across Pacific Coast Hiway from 'THE BEACH!'. It's basically a well lined out parking lot with patios and tables and a few palm trees. It is spotlessly clean including, pool, laundry, kids play areas, spa and rec room. Coffee and donuts in the AM and a VERY courteous and helpful crew.
This is how a municipal RV park should be run! Well trained, very courteous staff. Very clean, neat and tidy. We stayed in the older section by the lake for 4 days and there's no Wi-Fi but there is a good setup at the store to use. There is wifi in the newer section and we walked up to use it there a couple of times and it also worked well. No cell phone service (not the park's fault!) but plenty of pay phones for those that must work. We will definitely return!
Very heavily wooded setting with stream running through the park. Terraced sites with nicely done rock walls at some sites. Lots of shaded sites, all seemed to have tables and were surprising level as roads and sites are dirt. Shade is so thick, grass won't grow! Have small pond, play area, some farm animals and well lit paths. This is NOT a resort but a very nice RV/campground in an old fashioned sense with very friendly staff. We look forward to returning.
A lot of improvements are being done to this well maintained but older park. The roads are being repaved from what we were told and electrical upgrades should come this year. The staff is very helpful and friendly and we were made to feel very welcome. Very refreshing for a government facility!!!! We are looking forward to returning!
A beautiful, very well maintained Escapee Park. Spotlessly clean, great people, very friendly atmosphere and a gorgeous location. Grassy level sites with many large trees. Looking forward to returning for a much longer stay.
Spotlessly clean showers and restrooms with all the fine hotel amenities; shampoo, etc. In fact, the entire park would qualify as spotless. Pricey but Dec is prime season. They're upgrading wifi and phone and adding some sites but this won't detract from a very enjoyable stay!
One of the nicest big RV Park/Resorts we've stayed in. Most are so impersonal you feel like a number. Employees made us feel very welcome, answered all questions regarding this fascinating area. Spotless and very well thought out park. Will be back hopefully with a rally in tow!
From what managers say, the owner has decided not sell which is great for RVers! This is not a fancy tourist big time RV mega resort. But it's on the beach, nothing between you and the Gulf of Mexico but some other RVers. Nothing is fancy but it's all clean and neat and works! Has a new lighted pier and is pretty centrally located. Very friendly attitude by managers and is continued through to the guests! Looking forward to staying here again next month!
Nice park, quiet and very friendly. Have an RV mechanic on site for repairs or installations. Well equipped rv store, also. Mostly gravel sites, perimeter sites are well shaded, others open. Staff is GREAT! We will stay here again this fall.
Located on the north side 3 miles from city limits. Well maintained, older park with large shade trees. Very clean, level sites. Good Sam and AAA. Friendly and helpful staff made us feel welcome. We will return for longer stay!
We were part of a rally but have used the stables for beach rides(Great) and have wanted to stay there. We were not disappointed. The park has no trees, it's in the middle of sand dunes! Restrooms and showers were immaculate,club house large and very clean. All employees were helpful and informative on local area. Will stay here again for SURE!
Staff very helpful, site was raked and spotless, easy hookup, fire pit & picnic table.Across the street is the beach on the north side of Morro Rock, very accessible by walking or wheelchair. Older park but VERY well maintained,every machine in the laundry worked! Showers clean. Good dog area and dog friendly staff. We will be back!
Camped at the Premium spaces through the locked gate and up the hill. These are almost group sites, will easily accommodate 2-6 RVs depending on size. Two very nice ponds and a cow that wanders through eating the lush green grass. The owners are making improvements and we will definitely be back. The lower portion is almost full with a very nice group of temp employees from the surrounding area, not the usual extended you may find.
Very sorry we only stayed 1 night at this park! One of the nicest, cleanest and best organized parks we've been to. Nice snackbar and gift shop! Nice pool with scheduled activities. Very helpful staff will help with arrangements for all there is to do in this area: A LOT! We are looking forward to being back later this year and next year are going to schedule reunion! Great Park!
A shame we had scheduled only one night! A beautiful clean park right on the lake. This park is really a destination resort and we will be back. Continental breakfast now served in season and the helpful management will assist you with tee times, tours or whatever else you need.Costco,Albertsons and lots of shopping close by. Riverwalk goes right by the park. Cannot say enough great things!
A very clean, neat campground. They sell a couple of park models and have a pretty well stocked RV store with an RV installer/mechanic on the premises. The owner/mgrs are very helpful. We'll use this park as base to explore surrounding area this spring.
Very neat, spotlessly clean, level sites, paved roads and sites, trees growing big enough to provide shade at some sites. Next to casino and its restruants. Surprisingly quiet. All personel were helpful and very nice! We'll be back!
Spotless,friendly, excellant food, great place to stay!!! Level sites, easy hookups, very nice campground. Have plenty for you to do, great tour maps and did we mention FRIENDLY. This park could make me a KOA fan. We will return!
Being renovated, this is primarily a fishing resort located on Lake Seminole. Has great southern style restaurant, fishing supplies, boat ramp and guide service. The campground is rustic but clean and the people that run it are just great! They have kids fishing tournaments so if there is not a Bass tornament going on, this would make nice family place. We will be going back just for the chicken!
Gal at check in was cranky but everybody else was pleasant. Clean and neat with shuttle to casino, buffet was very good! Small spaces but easy to maneuver and hook up. Nice stop for overnight or short stay.
Looks like this park is being renovated. Lots of minor construction and new parts mixed with older ones. Campground was VERY clean and tidy, personnel were extremely accommodating. Also has horse pens for traveling equestrians, very clean and in excellent repair. This will be nice park when the trees get a little bigger to provide some shade. Roads and sites were all a well packed gravel and sites were pretty level. We will stay here again.
We arrived late but our name and site # was posted clearly. The entire park was very clean and tidy. Electric and water are standard hookup but sewer is weird,just lay your hose in hole! We used our donut to seal but one person close to us complained. Every employee was extremely courteous and went out of their way to be helpful. We will definitely return.