We camped one night in a hook up site and two nights on the beach. The campground area was OK, just a parking lot with electricity, water and a covered picnic table. The bathroom/showers were very run down but clean. There was plenty of security, even on the nights we were parked on the beach. My only problem was all of the garbage strewn everywhere, around the park and especially on the beach. I think the state has a responsibility to clean up the beaches. They're collecting money ($20 per night to camp on the beach - including the park admission fee) so they should be able to afford a few trash bags and folks to pick up once and a while.
Nice park with exceptional owners and management. They were all very friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms, showers and public areas were immaculate and definitely the best I've seen in any campground anywhere. The only reason we didn't rate this one a 10 was because the sites were so close together. We had the neighbors kids right under our windows all evening. It's a good spot for an overnight or if you're day tripping to Glacier National Park.
This is a nice park in a good location. The sites are small, but each has a small patch of grass and a tree. This is very well maintained park with excellent security. The showers and bathrooms were clean and secure. They had a cable hook up, but we didn't try it. We've been to this park a couple of times now and will go again when we're in the area.
We were in a tent site with our Class B because all of the RV sites were full. This was a nice park with lots of shade. The RV sites seemed kind of close together but we had plenty of space on a tent site. The showers were great, you get a large room with plenty of space for dressing. I thought charging $1.00 for a shower was kind of a bad deal after paying so much for a site however. The dog area was clean when we were there and much appreciated by my road weary mutts.
This was my 3rd visit to this park. It's a wonderful park with friendly helpful staff. It's very well maintained and the facilities are always clean. This is my first choice of RV parks in the Taos area.
I was also at the Western Class B rally/social. This was a nice park with lots of shade and real grass. The management was exceptionally friendly and helpful! Showers and bathrooms were clean, even though the park was full. Sites were gravel pads with trees and grass surrounding them. I will definitely go back to this park next time that I'm in the Moab area.
Super management/owner! He was very helpful with info on things to do and see in the area as well as info on restaurants and grocery stores. He offered us his phone number to call with questions while we were in the area. The sites were small but level and quite acceptable. The grounds are awesome! Unfortunately the bathrooms/showers were pretty dirty the night that we were there. I would use this park again however, and bring my own bottle of bleach spray for the bathroom.
This was a nice park, although it looks a bit like a parking lot for now (until the trees grow up). It's in a good location. The sites were level and everything was in good working condition. We didn't use the Wi-Fi at $4.95 for 24 hours since we had our own internet connection via broadband. The others who state that there was only one bathroom/shower are incorrect. All you need to do is ask at the desk for a key to one of the private indoor stalls. They were spotless. The staff at this location was very friendly and helpful. I will definitely stay here again.
This is an extremely well maintained campground with an outstanding staff. The showers, bathrooms, laundry and public areas were spotless, as were the grounds. The sites were somewhat close together but acceptable. The management and employees were great, friendly and helpful. They have a great breakfast deal every morning. I would definitely use this park again.
Very nice management and owners. They've made a great effort to keep the place clean and well maintained. Unfortunately the sites are very, very small and close together. Once the neighbor in the big 5th wheel opened his slide out we could not use our picnic table. OK for an quick overnight but definitely not a place for a long stay.
Beautiful campground, nice shady sites on a lovely alpine lake. It is urrounded by snow capped mountains, what a wonderful place to stay. Sites were gravel, all back in type, mostly level. Nice picnic tables and fire grates. Exceptionally well maintained. This is a rustic campground, probably not suitable for large rigs. Vault toilets. No hookups are available here, this place is for the nature lovers. It's right on the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park. Nice, friendly campground hosts. I can't wait to go back!
Beautiful Colorado State Park campground, looks to be almost new. Lots of trees, but they're still small. Large, paved, level pads with covered picnic table, fire ring and grill. Campground hosts were helpful and friendly. Nice quiet location, beautiful lake stocked full of Northerns, Walleye, Crappies etc. Nice picnic sites. Spotless bathrooms with private shower rooms (bring some quarters for the shower) We would definitely go back to this one, as well as others that we saw in the area.
Nice park, the trees are small but pretty, will add some welcome shade some day. Lovely scenery, quiet location, great security. Our site was level and they all looked pretty good to me. Excellent, friendly staff. Great buffet at the casino next door! We'll definitely use this one again.
Nice campground, large shady sites, lots of beautiful trees. Only reason I didn't give it a 10 was the fact that it was very noisy (from nearby freeway) and the fact that the sites were not very level. Shower and bathrooms were clean. There are plenty of nice paths for walking. Great place for a stopover on your way through the area.
This is a beautiful location with awesome views. The sites are close together, but the place is fairly quiet anyway. You would not be able to get into this park with a big rig. We have a small Class B and that was easy to drive in and out, but I would not drive in anything larger than 30 ft or so. They have flush toilets, but no showers and no hook ups. There is a dump station and fresh water is available. There had been a mountain lion spotted in the park just before we arrived and there are javalinas running around, so be sure to keep your dogs inside and keep a close watch on small children.
Nice park with level sites and nice covered picnic tables. This park is right on a beautiful beach. The only problem we experienced was that someone else "stole" our site while we were out driving around during the day. The individuals had set up 2 tents in our site. The campground host was nowhere to be found, and the people refused to move. So, we wound up sharing our site for the night. The intruders left early the next morning, and the park ranger was nice enough to give us a refund for that night's stay.
Absolutely beautiful US Forest Service Campground, just outside of Wells NV. The park is in a lovely setting, with a jagged cliff rising above the campground with a waterfall running down into a small, deep lake with lots of trout. There are no amenities here, no hookups etc, but the sites are large with a fair amount of privacy between them. All the sites have a paved concrete slab for the picnic table and fire rings. The parking pads are asphalt as are the roads. This is a beautiful spot to park and get off the interstate (about 12 miles off I 80) and enjoy some peace and quiet. Nice hiking trails too.
What a beautiful place! This is a large, well maintained Oregon State Park. The sites are very large with a lot of big trees and alot of space between them. The campground hosts were friendly and helpful. The park is nice and quiet, even on a summer weekend when it was full. It's a fairly short walk to the beach, but coming back it's all uphill! This hike would not be suitable for someone in poor health.
Very nice, spotless, teeny tiny park on the harbor in Charleston-by-the-sea, which is more or less a suburb of Coos Bay. This is a very small park - only 10 sites, sites are small and close together but the park is immaculate with nice landscaping. The owner/managers were some of the friendliest people that we met on this trip. The sites are paved and very level. Lots of shops and restaurants within walking distance. No crappy, rusty looking full time set up's here! There were a couple of fairly large 5th wheel units here, but I don't think that a big Class A would fit.
This is a nice little resort on a beautiful lake. The sites were large, level, well shaded and right on the lake. The owners are friendly and helpful. The best part about this resort is the lake, it's nice and clean with a sandy bottom and is shallow a for long way out. My only complaint about the weekend would be the screaming kids in the cabin next door, but that's not the campground's fault. I will definitely stay here again!
Nice shady spots with plenty of privacy. Unfortunately, the place is not as quiet as you would expect, there was alot of noise and train whistles from a nearby industrial area. The restrooms and showers were clean, but the entire area needed mowing and weeding. The staff was nice, but spent the day buzzing around on 4 wheelers stirring up lots of dust when we were cooking and eating our meals. They need to slow down a bit! I thought it was a bit expensive but it was OK.
This beautiful park is immaculately maintained. The owners were nice, friendly and helpful. The spaces were somewhat close together, but we had a nice, level concrete pad with a picnic table and new charcoal grill (all the sites had nice new grills) We had plenty of room for our awning. The tent sites had shelters. The restrooms and showers were spotless, as was the entire park. I will definitely go back to this park when I go back to Taos (soon, I hope, Taos is great)