Long pull throughs. Friendly staff. Very clean facilities. WiFi fairly decent most times. Park has a few seasonals that are well kept. Easy access to toll road 183 and only 5 mins to park/ride bus-train station into Austin. Propane available. Not a lot of trees for summer Rvers. Pool/hot tub cleaned daily, but closed til April 1st. Huh? No cable is a drawback. Not a very scenic locale; more of a functional park for those tending to business or family in north Austin and northwest suburbs. Worth a visit. Our rate was based upon monthly stay.
Rate based upon monthly stay. Probably the nicest all around RV park in Austin area. Restrooms/showers immaculate. Wi-Fi OK most of time, slower during higher demand times. Easy pull throughs. Pool/hot tub great, open all year. Nice office library, staff helpful. Took a point off for no change for laundry (have to go to car wash), Wi-Fi antenna needs to be mounted higher, no propane available.
A fine stay for most sized rigs, however, I believe they are a bit embellishing their "big rig" friendliness. It is not a friendly layout to get a dual rear axle coach plus toad parked. Spaces long enough, just access difficult. No CG store, supplies or propane. One toilet/shower for entire campground. Not much to do real near place, Wal-Mart though is close. They continue to make improvements, but just a "meh" place for us.
Jewel of a park 1 mile south off I-12. Everything as nice as could be, including long, concrete pull-throughs. Docked a point for no cable (all be it possibly not available by provider) as well as not honoring Passport America for overnight pull-throughs. Very impressive setting.
If you love rules, you will rate it a 10. We are full timers and have never seen the like of it in our travels. Surprised there wasn't a quiz for us in the morning. Owner charged me $3 electric surcharge because I arrived 4 hours early, although I agreed to leave in their normal 20 hour check in/out time span. I have been metered before at less than $3 PER DAY; this was for 4 hrs of having a TV on. Micromanagement extraordinaire here! If you get pass the office guru, the campground will serve you well. Wi-Fi fine, Cable overall fairly weak. Office closes 10am-4pm. Easy access to I-10. Will not return.
Took advantage of stay 2, get 1 night free. Great team of folks, very cordial and helpful. Free waffle breakfast was very good. Great cable and Wi-Fi. Very clean facilities. Well cared for sites, they inspect each one and clean them up upon a camper's departure. Nice long sites, pretty level. Very peaceful and quiet toward back of property, otherwise some road noise, depending on wind. Nice walking trail in back of property. Highly recommended.
Price with KOA discount. Very spacious sites, easily occupying all of the rock star coaches and their toads rolling in. Some noise from I-95. Price a bit high for off season. Wi-Fi a bit temperamental. Nice store/RV supplies in office. Escort to your site, which is nice. Treed setting. Would return. Friendly staff, clean showers with ample hot water.
They make it easy to see DC from the park. Bus/train into town will run you about $11 total round trip, beats the drive as DC I-495 is horrendous. Nice laundry, fair priced cafe, long pull throughs, good cable. Wi-Fi temperamental with wife's laptop, fine with mine. Restroom toilet paper is the eco friendly type, pretty much onion skinned. Some noise at night. Cherry Hill Rd VERY BUSY as you pull out, either direction. No weekly price either, so that is drawback.
Rate based upon 4 night stay, no discounts, off season. EXCELLENT overall, just disappointed when they park units side by side when there are plenty of spaces available. Otherwise, pleasurable. Strong Wi-Fi. Shuttle runs weekends only off season. Immaculate restrooms. Nice store. Very friendly arrival staff.
Entry off main road is bumpy and narrow. We were given a pull-through but were routed wrong on their map, so we had to perform a backing maneuver. Other than those, the campground is fine. Wi-Fi is strong. Laundry room is clean. Nice selection in store of food and RV supplies. There is a lot of shade, if desired. It is VERY BUSY on weekends, but empties out Sun. Rate is based on 1 week stay, using PA discounts 5 nites and regular rate 2 nites. Pools were closed already. Fire rings and picnic tables were at each site.
I don't pass out "10s" very often, but this one merits it. Nice wide and longs sites. Bathrooms immaculate. STRONG Wi-Fi. A first in our 6 mos of full-time travel, a garbage can at every site. Nice assortment of RV supplies inside office. Shuttle on demand to casino. Nice and shady. Very deserving of its top rating, nothing left to be desired at this RV park. Well done Turning Stone!
Rate based upon week's stay. 90% seasonal. "F" and "G" streets is one area for over nighters. Spaces wide, but turn out to road is 90 degrees, so not ideal for big rigs. Large rv sales/service, seemed competent folks. Plenty of shade. Brand new utility in "F" and "G" area, which was nice. About 6 local TV stations. Did not like: 1) Pool closed post Labor Day when temps in 80s 2) Pay showers 3) Only 3 pull thru options that we could decipher 4) Very weak WiFi signal, but excellent near main bldgs, told they were working on it. Would stay again.
Rate based on week stay. WiFi 3rd party, $2 per day, very marginal, in and out. Large pull throughs that can handle big rigs, but ONLY water/electric. Many seasonals. Helpful staff that can do some RV service, and there is a big supply of RV parts. On holiday weekends, insufficient number of showers/toilets, if needed. Easy access to I-90, 4 blocks to Kmart for supplies, walking distance. Great CG for short timers.
Overall, very nice campground. All amenities (showers, pools, WiFi, etc.) were in good condition. Shade plentiful. Roads narrow, but manageable. Office staff was fine. Pricing was disconcerting. Highest price on-line: $49. Arrive at CG, it is $66. Humm. So Passport America rate is 1/2 of $66, not $49. "Premium" site did not include cable, so why is it premium? Because it is simply a pull through and can't get satellite? Would still consider returning.
Rate based upon monthly stay. We got stuck in the tight-fitting seasonal sites due to our month stay. West side of park for short term are more spacious and level. Seasonal neighbors all very nice though. 2 clean pools. Showers overall clean, but need more attention on the much busier weekends. Campground about 25% full during weekdays, so peace and quiet. Very close to all the must see sights (Shipshewana, Middlebury, etc). Internet $5 day for 2 devices, or $25 for month, which wasn't bad considering we had a good and consistent signal. Great store with RV supplies. Wish they had more adult office staff who knew something of the area and of camping. Golf carts run a muck Fri & Sat. Would definitely consider returning. Only 5 local TV stations available as there is no cable. Laundry $1.50 per load.
Good Sam rate, Fri. night. Place at capacity on weekends, but well run. Pool smaller, but very clean and plenty of chairs. WiFi in steady. Pull-thru in front partially shaded. Spots level, cliche and concrete pads both available. Restrooms very nice. Nice amount of food/RV supplies in store. Great primitive tenting site. Easy access. We over-nighted, but could have stayed longer.Only major drawback--no cable TV nor any local major networks off your bat-wing antenna.
Owners on site every day and super friendly, great shade, on-site grill with good grub, huge selection of snacks/rv supplies/live bait, easy 1 mile walk/bike to town,wi-fi solid,pool smaller for campground size, but clean, plenty of chairs, ton of activities for kids, huge game room with a/c. One of the best we have seen in 4 mo. of full-timing…huge game room.
Rate based upon PA discount, plus: stay 4, 5th night free. A great deal. Pros: Beautifully landscaped, spacious, on the river, can be taken tubing/canoeing straight from park; mostly shaded, level and grassy sites; RV supplies in office; Lanesboro is a a cute town; access to bike path (but not from park, have to ride 3/4miles). Negatives: Wash $1.75, dry $1.50 high end; showers $.25 for 4 minutes; Wi-Fi free at office, otherwise $6 day, $20 week; staff indifferent, couldn’t answer simple questions about Wi-Fi, river condition, etc. Even though most sites are shaded, we were given least shaded. Has numerous seasonals, but most only come during the weekend, so ghost-townish during weekdays. Has NO At&t cell signal. If you want a quiet, well-kept CG off the beaten path during the week, this will be a good fit.
Majority of time you will be in shade. Nice little RV and food supply in office. LPG on-site. Uber-friendly folks. Quite a few traveling spray painters, all rigs nice condition and sites well kept, kids well behaved. Restrooms average. Utilities all worked good, Wi-Fi solid from inside the rig. Easy access I-90. Nice 1 mile walk to town of 686. Solid choice for overnight stay. Rate shown is PA rate.
Rate based upon week stay. Pros: Proximity to town 5 minutes, pool was well kept and sizable, nearby RV repair options, restrooms were spotless, laundry an affordable $1 wash/dry. The shadiest park we have been in 3 months, a huge plus in July. Has nice “treats” in the office and is priced cheaply. Cons: Half of park is companion sites, the internet was a challenge at best, fine if in front of office. TIPS: 271st St/Hwy 106 exit better option than 273rd St, which forces you onto a dirt road for 1mile. Also, this park fills up fast Fri/Sat/Sun, so reservations are prudent.
Gem of an overnight stay off I-80. Utilities all great, Wi-Fi stellar. Long pull throughs. Pool awesome--large, clean, umbrellas/tables/chairs, early 80s rock music. Bathrooms immaculate. Great store and small diner inside. Only drawback--limited shade. We were in space #64--good cover for PM sun. Former Jellystone Park in the 70s.
Weekly rate, we stayed 7 nights. Great owners trying diligently to improve this country-bumpkin' park. Mostly shaded, spaces on north side have more protection from PM heat. Small, but very clean pool. Strong Wi-Fi. 20 min drive to Lake Mac. Nice assortment of RV supplies. Ogallala, NE is a nice, small town with all of your necessities. Easy access from I-80, all near Travel America truck stop to refuel. Do not hesitate to stay here!
Rate is RV plus required daily pass. Pros: Easy access from C-470. Level sites. Excellent full hooks ups. Many cycle/walk trails. Restrooms/showers/laundry mint condition. No sense of overcrowding. Very visible ranger staff. Cons: Wi-Fi worked only outside the rig. Swim beach is a 3 mile drive via car. Very limited, shady sites: brutal for record heat during our stay. 25mph speed limit through open range areas was ridiculous. Arrived on Sunday noon, we were #14 in line. $34 is a bit high.
In interest of fairness, park rate for pull through site was only $20 per night, but no sewer. Wi-Fi completely inaccessible from the west pull through row and had a cumbersome login. Pull through sites are packed in. No cable tV. The positives: easy access to the Denver area, clean restrooms/showers, helpful host, huge grassy play area, nice walk path, covered pavilion. Stayed 5 nights.
Rate based upon using PA and GS discounts, 7 nites. Great fun, family park. Dog friendly. Almost every spot has shade. Helpful staff. Wi-Fi strong. Half of park along Big Thompson River. Easy access to Loveland and Rky. Mountain Nat. Park. Dislikes: $1 per day per device Wi-Fi fee. $1.75 per load of wash. Pricey snacks. All pull throughs are companion style (you face each others' door). Lacked a pool. Overall, definitely worth returning to.
Rate with Good Sam discount. Very welcoming and friendly staff. Had couple minor maintenance issues they assisted with. Saw deer and antelope roaming the property. All utilities excellent, strong Wi-Fi and tons of cable channels. Bathrooms spotless. Nice RV and goodies store inside. High water pressure which you are warned about. Sites level. Lacks eye appeal (no shade trees, some grass growing up through rocky parking surface, picnic tables deteriorating, etc), but the benefits surpass any issues. We stayed 2 nights, had planned for 1, but winds on I-80 kept us put. No regrets.
Rate with Good Sam discount, one night. Pros: 1) Nice pool, albeit mobile home residents compete for swim time. 2) Small snack store inside 3) Picnic tables at every spot 4) Grassy areas 5) Some shade 6) Wi-Fi strong. Cons: 1) Not a big rig park by my estimation 2) Assigned a pull through in 32 ft fiver, had to back out in the morning, simply boxed in by neighbor and transformer on each side. Promised site behind me would remain unoccupied so I could back out, 2 hours later, occupied 3) Arrived 11 AM, got assigned no shade spot on a 90 degree day when shaded sites still available 4) Parked me side by side with another unit, when next 7 spots open 5) Neighbor parked opposing me, so we each opened up into each other’s site. 6) Short site, so 25 cable line couldn’t reach. 7) Bathrooms at 9 PM, floors dirty, shower curtain down—9 AM, unchanged. Planned on 2 nights, left after 1. Will not return, common sense and communication escaped them. Frankly, not a lot of options in Ogden. Info: Campground on Google maps and our Magellan showed east side of I-84, it is on west side.
Rate is PA, and cash only. Stayed 2 nites. Easy walk to river and boat ramp. Wi-Fi stellar. Facilities are very clean. Nice gem of a park in small town. Many shaded spots. Employee leads you to your spot. $1 laundry, unheard of nowadays. Great store on site with many good eats and some RV equipment. Fuel also on site and competitively priced. Easy access from I-80. Would return.
Rate based upon weekly stay. Immaculate in every area. All amenities work flawlessly, including Wi-Fi. The parking area is comprised of river rock, but they even have their own pavement roller to compress it. Grounds are perfectly kept, including a "putting-green" like grass strip next to each spot. Pool, sauna, hot tub--what's not to like. They even hosted a Memorial Day BBQ for their guests. Our spot--C109.
Rate based upon a week stay. Very easy access. Level pads. Excellent water pressure. Beautifully landscaped. What's not to love about a park that lets you wash RV/truck at your site. Sandy River right on property. Easy access to Columbia River Gorge sites. LP is delivered weekly. Strong and consistent WI-FI. Pride even among long-termers. Easy walk to town. Camping World 2mi away. Limited cable channels. Points off for no pool, men's fiberglass shower showing some wear, and no store. Still highly recommended.
Passport America rate. Stayed 2 nights. Very well maintained and manicured park. Central to Sutherlin/Roseberg areas and all of their offerings. Friendly folks, well organized. Large showers and very clean restrooms. A few essential grocery/RV supplies in office. There are two very large dog runs. We were disappointed that the movie didn't run while we were there (runs Sat and every once in awhile a 2nd night). Picnic tables that sit under the trees need to be cleaned of bird mess. Worth checking out!
Rate based upon weekly stay. Shade 2/3 of the day. Option for a small fee to wash rv/tow vehicle at your site. Well manicured landscape. Deer come up to pasture to the north to feed. 15 minutes to Shasta Dam or Lake Shasta Caverns. There is easy access for all rigs. All amenities well kept except for the Wi-Fi chop-drop-pop that occurs between 4pm-6pm, so lost 1 point due to that minor issue. Highly recommended if you are on I-5 corridor near Redding.
You pay more, you get more--the KOA. They are usually out of our price point, but there just are not many decent choices in the San Francisco area, if you want to be within 30 mins. Stayed 3 nites, rate was with taxes and 10% KOA card. Very nice park, all well groomed and maintained. Level sites, strong Wi-Fi. The 8 hr tour of San Francisco sights that originates from campground is pricey, but well worth it. Park has secluded feel, hardly any road noise. Would suggest quarter machine in laundry room and perhaps more toilets to serve main campground area (only 2 now). Overall, very pleasant and just a joy for the young ones.
Nightly rate reflects KOA 10% member discount. To give the benefit of the doubt, I think this park is a recent KOA acquisition so they are trying to elevate the standards. the park is in two sections. One is for long termers and one for short termers. The short stay folks are right up against the highway, so definite highway noise. Access into the park is a quick, tight turn. It can be made by the big rigs, but you definitely have to be aware. The spots are very narrow. Our 3 step platform barely fit. We were on the tiered, pull through level. Two of us occupying 10 spaces and a 3rd pulls in and they assign them right next to us? Hmmm, that didn't seem wise at all. Nice proximity to Monterery/Carmel. Fine for a night is the best I can say.
Nightly rate based upon week's stay. This places WANTS to be reviewed, so you know they are out to impress. And they do. The entire campground and its amenities are immaculate. Within 2 weeks, just enhanced WiFi system. It is 10 minutes from town, so definitely has a country feel to it. Numerous mobile resources nearby in the event of an issue, at least 3-4 RV service providers listed in directory. Simply can't find anything wrong with this place.
Easy 1mile walk to town, if desired. The Campground is run by men, so more "business-like" than friendly, but would stay here again. LP gas 1 mi way with .20 cent discount. Also, .20 cent discount at adjoining Chevron makes it cheapest in Williams, which still is NOT cheap. If coming from the east, top off in Flagstaff--.50 cheaper per gal. Can handle largest rigs imaginable. The easy access to I40 nice. If using PA discount, the fees must be paid in cash only! There were clean restrooms and showers, although 1/2 the lighting was flickering. There was no soap in the sink dispensers for our visit. The rate reflects weekly stay with discounts. 'Net down for 5 days was real bummer, although they had DSL line available in laundry room. It was fixed on our last day. It can handle largest rigs imaginable.
Rate total with GS discount, for a two night stay. Most here for overnight only. ALL pull through sites, made it nice. Off season right now, but it could get congested as if they were crowded, one cement pad has 2 picnic tables. But sharing is good, right? Strong WiFi. Walking distance to local fast food, grocery store, dollar store, parts store, etc. In about 4 years, trees will be mature and this place could rate higher. Restrooms/showers fine. Snacks in office along with free coffee/muffins. Fair valued park.
A great place for an overnight stop, without doubt. We actually stayed a week to see the sights. EZ off/on access to I-40, some traffic noise, nothing overwhelming. Cleanest showers/restrooms in Albq, immaculate. Staff seem more of a professional demeanor, rather than over friendly--just a style observation. Laundry fairly priced. A store inside with a few snacks. Definitely worth your money. CW across the street as well, should you desire. NOTE: If you are heading west from here, stay on the north frontage road for 5 miles and avoid the construction area and terrible road condition.
Very friendly owner. Quiet. Very close to the lake, probably 7 minute drive to Cedar Mill marina, which is awesome. Park restrooms/showers very clean. Solid internet from our site, 100 ft from the office. Great place for a couple nites just to lounge in the shade, which encompasses about half of the spots. 3 local TV stations received on our antenna. Most residents seemed longer term, but all friendly folk.