We stayed here a month again this year. The monthly rate is very reasonable because it does not charge electrical. Manager is very friendly and helpful. All the residents with long term leases were super friendly. Played games almost every night. Breakfasts and lunches (once a week) were only $2 and wonderful. Entertainment on Fridays, usually around $5 and as good as anywhere in the valley. We bird and again got 30 species in the park and within a mile of campground. Little pond is full and cute. We did not fish but could have. All are pull through sites and very large. Got Wi-Fi and cell phone coverage at our site. If you can time it in February and enjoy their Frontier Days. Lots of games and fun. We will return again. Would have been a 10 if closer to town.
This is a beautiful setting at about 9,200'. The pull thrus are tight, plenty of length but your awning could be touching your neighbors. The back ins are much nicer spots. Some have been landscaped by previous occupants. There are quite a few seasonal from Pueblo but they are not only nice, they are what make you want to come back. Games were played several nights a week and jam sessions with very talented folks about 2 times a week. New owners now so some updates are planned. Only Verizon phones work here but Wi-Fi is good. We could get it from our space. We will be back. Cost reflects monthly rate.
It is an older park; the new owner has made some improvements. We love this park for 2 reasons. First the friendly staff and long term residents. They make you feel like long time friends even when you are only here for a week. Second, the sites. They are big and most have the shade of lovely big live oak trees. Some have a view of the lake. Right now it is dry, but that is because of the drought, not the owner's fault. If you stay, I suggest you participate in the many activities. Lots of fun and great folks.
This was a Western Horizon when we first started coming. It is only an affiliate now, so we can not do better than a regular monthly rate. They have a different monthly rate for many sites, usually depending if they have a slab or a view. The new owner has done a lot, but there is really a LOT still to do. Most of the workers are workcampers. Looks like they never finish a project. We were here last year ,and the carpet squares in the clubhouse are still not down. They have painted about 95% of what needs painting. I understand funds are not available for some of the work that needs to be done and that is suprising because there seemed like more RVs staying than before. We come here because of the large, wooded sites and for the activities. There are games almost every night. We will be back.
We stayed here a month under AOR membership but monthly rate is very reasonable because it does not charge electrical. Manager is very friendly and helpful. All the residents with long term leases were super friendly. Played games almost every night. Breakfasts and lunches (once a week) were only $2 and wonderful. Entertainment on Fridays, usually around $5 and as good as anywhere in the valley. We bird and got 30 species in the park and within a mile of campground. Little pond is full and cute. We did not fish but could have. All are pull through sites and very large. Got Wi-Fi and cell phone coverage at our site (we usually only get one or the other). We will return.
Sites we saw were fairly well maintained. Amenities sound better than they look. Lake was low and not really usable. Pool was small but looked okay. Not full when we stayed yet they parked us right next to another rig when plenty of empty ones were available. I don't know why the staff (of this one or any park) doesn't think when they are assigning spots. Most don't even seem to know what their sites are like. Is far enough off all roads that it was quiet yet close to interstate for convenience.
Spaces were big and well kept but the staff has decided not to mow up to creek which was a downer. Weeds were about 3 ft high so not able to see or get to that area. Did walk a trail to St Mnt Falls. It was nice. Very little shade so you'll need a canopy or awning. We didn't have ants or any problems. Did see a lot of deer. We stayed because it was close to a wonderful golf course, Olde Beau. A must play if you are in the area.
Very nice Passport America park. WiFi is at office only even though we saw antennas in lots of areas. Nice lake, all sites were well kept. Quite a distance to restrooms, pool, clubhouse. I guess that's why they rent golf carts but saw kids on them a lot. Someone is going to get hurt bad. We had a pull through and could see the lake. For the price, will return here when in the area.
Well maintained park, had nice big spaces with lots of trees. Was dissapointed that they did not have sewer. They have a honey wagon, but they wanted $12 and that seemed high. They have activities on the weekend. Nice area, great golf nearby.
Pretty old park with quite a few live in trailers. Not very well maintained and no frills whatsoever. Not worth $30 other than be fairly close to the highway. Would probably not stay here again, ever for the 1 night stop.
Very beautifully landscaped park. Flower beds everywhere. All of the park was well maintained. Most of the spaces were very large and level. Has lots of activities. Has a great pool and a nice lake for boating (no swimming). Lots to see in the area. Would return if in the area.
We enjoyed this park but were only there 1 night. If you want shade you have to pick a back in with 30 amp and no cable or sewer but that was fine since we had a satellite. The staff was friendly. Park is very well maintained. Some sites are near the highway and you would not be able to sleep with your window open. Wi-Fi worked great. Would like to come back and use it to explore Mt. Shasta.
Friendly, helpful staff. The site were extra long gravel and mostly level. Small grassy area along the whole drive, good picnic tables and 2 small shade trees per site. They had a nice pool, small store and walking distance to Subway and Olive Pit. On the opposite corner of the highway in a little strip shopping center was a great Mexican food restaurant that will give you a 20% discount if you mention you are staying at the park. Would definitely stop here again if in the area.
We thought this was a very neat and clean park. We saw no dogs off their leash. They do water every night but that just gives you green grass at each site. Concrete pads and blacktop roads. Laundry was clean and very reasonable price. No activities at park but we used it as a base to explore the area. Great casino only 2 miles away. We don't use the pool so didn't miss but do miss a hot tub. Easy access off I-5 but really didn't notice any excessive noise. Wi-Fi was great.
Don't understand 1 previous review. The outlet mall was very nice and you could walk to it from the park. It is not cheap; it is high end stores so that may have disappointed them. I think almost all the spots were pull through only the ones mentioned along the creek were back in. The staff was really friendly and helpful. A very nice restaurant was also within walking distance. Great food, reasonable prices and very convenient. We only stayed one night but wished we had planned on more. Would recommend to others and would return if we are in the area. To us it was a little pricey but most in Oregon were unless you went to a membership park.
We like State Park rustic. This was just unkempt rustic. I didn't even try the restrooms. Staff were friendly. It has a gate into the Lake Easton State Park so you can take a hike and see the lake. Traffic noise was bad if you wanted to keep your window open. We only stayed 1 night, and it was okay for that purpose. Luckily we had a satellite dish and found a signal. It surprised me that this was a Coast to Coast park and apparently had one award 6 or 7 years ago. I would only recommend for 1 night.
This park is in 2 sections. One only has 30 amp and is a LONG walk to activities. The other side has 50 amp and is near the pool and clubhouse. Very well kept park. Cable is $3 a day but we had a satellite dish. Wi-fi is only at clubhouse or in parking lot. About 1/2 mile to great outlet shopping and a mile to the beach and what Seaside calls the "prom" or a paved walk along the beach. Resort town and very heavy traffic downtown but park is just far enough away to be quite. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We stayed under membership ROD (Resorts of Distinction) so really paid 0 for our 4 days.
First draw back is no sewer hookups since we were staying a week. We loved the sites, each one is very private and big. You would hardly know if someone was in the site next to yours. Wi-Fi is only at the office or in the parking lot. No cable TV, but we had a satellite dish, and they advised which sites would pick up best and it did. The name is a joke, you are at least a 1/2 mile to the "shore" but the little town of Ocean Shores was nice. Great birding. We belong to Western Horizon so the cost is $6 a night so really can not complain too much, but doubt if I would return here.
We really enjoyed this park. Of course through ROD (Resorts of Distinction) we really paid 0 for our week. The wi-fi was weak but for $1 a day, okay. We loved their hot tub. The park was nicely landscaped and big enough for nice walks with the dog. We'd stay here again and recommend it. We like activities and they only had breakfast 1 day and an ice cream social on Sundays. That is why it is not a 10 for us.
Pretty dry and hot this time of year. Was mowed but really mostly weeds. Nice pool and activities for kids. On lake with boat ramp, fishing, swimming, etc. It is a membership campground and with ROD, we paid $0 so I guess it was great for the price.
As previous reviewer said; large spaces, easy pull through. Lots of trees and flowers. Very clean and well kept. Clean laundry room. Glad we had reservations because park was full. No activities. Warning, they have a strict cancellation policy. We had a blowout near Butte and called and were told about the policy. Apparently no excuses, so we got our repairs made and arrived about 9:00 pm. We would probably stay here again.
It was convenient to US20 and had a nice lake - but you could not use it. You could only look at and walk around it. Only had 30 amp electric even though it advertises for big rigs. They do fit nicely in pull throughs. No pads, no tables, some areas had large ruts so probably bad after a rain. If you are only using as a stop for 1 night, probably worth the $15. Looks like owner has home at rear of property so is sort of on site. His kids did the mowing, watering and cleaning the restrooms (that should tell you something).
We really liked this park. Of course it was dry but we could see where they were adding gravel to some problem spots. The pool and hot tub were nice and while the clubhouse was small, they had a lot of activities. The staff was very friendly. We were impressed that they would honor the Passport America rate for at least 2 weeks and longer if space was available. The only drawback was there are not many trees so there is little or no shade. Don't follow GPS or Passport America directions. Get directions from the staff.
This park was handy to the highway and had big pull through sites BUT it had some highway noise and worse were the low, I mean low flying airplanes coming over until about 10:00 pm and the train going by all night long. We only stopped for 1 night but won't stop again. I cannot imagine anyone paying full price for a stay. I need to learn to read the reviews first.
We were here for 3 weeks. Beautifully maintained park, premium sites are big but back ins. Creek is almost non-existant. Some of the sites have a great view from the rear which is great for fifth wheels. No cell phone coverage and wifi cost extra. About 8 miles to most things to do in Ruidoso. They have a great clubhouse but no planned activities and we only saw people using it once in the 3 weeks. Laundry room is super. Ad said hot tub but it had been taken out. Not sure if they plan to replace.
We stayed for a month. Very friend staff and seasonal campers. Well maintained. Nice clubhouse but no restroom so have to trek out to make a visit. No cell phone coverage. Activities are not scheduled but if you meet the other campers, there are usually several get togethers a week. If they had a hot tub it would be almost perfect.
Beautiful setting on the Chama River in the cottonwood trees. Sites were not very level but there was quite a bit of room between them. Owners were very friendly and helpful. Nice, quiet park. Would stay here again if in the area.
Great park for an overnight stay. Easy access from Highway but quite, pull thrus, very level, can leave tow car hooked up. Qute use of old gin building. Free breakfast and good food (but was served a little late if you like to leave early). Would definitely stay here again.
This park was recommended to us by friends and we were going to stay July, once here we decided to stay all of August too. Well maintained and very clean. Nice river running through park but it requires a Colorado fishing license. Wi-fi was a little expensive and no cell phone service. Store is pretty well stocked and you can get an afternoon ice cream. Close enough to many sites to use as a base camp. Great hiking trails around the park. At over 8,000 feet is nice and cool. Wish they had a hot tub.
We stayed a week and enjoyed our stay. There were trees on most sites and some shrubs at most to give your patio some privacy. The tables were pretty new and the patios were concrete on most of the sites. We like the activities that are scheduled and the get togethers. This part of Colorado is arid and you cannot expect much landscaping. The length of the sites was actually larger than most and most had about 20' between you and the next units. We are WH members and this is the best one in which we have stayed.
This park is surprising. It appears small and unkept but the restrooms, shower and laundry were very clean and it can house a lot of big rigs, almost all of the sites were pull thrus. The laundry was small but had very reasonable prices. It's in the woods, lots of shade and feels like your in a State Park only with hookups and tv. The owners were very friendly but really need to weed eat the area. We will stay here again if in the area.
Well run park. The owners keep it neat and clean. Wi-fi was free and the best we have run into. Small trout pond license not needed but fee to catch. Best sunsets and friendly small town. Would have given a 10 if they had shade.
A little hard to get into and out of even though it's right on Interstate 15. We had a shady, grassy site but not real level. The restrooms, pool, hot tub, laundry room and clubhouse were very clean. WiFi cost but not much and it had a good signal. They have some get togethers in their clubhouse, movie and book exchange. Great base to see the many Southern Utah National Parks. We are Western Horizon members and this is the best one in which we have stayed.
This was a great stop. The meteor was interesting. The park had big spaces, everything was clean and it was easy on and off the highway. We had a super sunset. Could use as a base for several stops in the Flagstaff area.
We thought it was not that great for the price. No computer or cell phone access and no tv. But you were very limited on where you could stay in this area. We had a National Parks Pass and thought it would be 1/2 price but not at this park. The golf at Lake Powell National did make it a worthwhile stop.
This campground was so bad, we did not want to stay. The electrical looked so bad we were afraid to plug into it. The grass was real high and we could see only one other camper and they looked like they lived there. Buildings were very old. This was under ACN and Passport America yet it is not worth any cost unless you really like very primative camping at a premium cost.