The campground is big rig accessible (the roads are a little tight but they can be navigated) and the pull thru sites are long enough not to have to unhook the tow car. Note: there is no cable and antenna TV does not exist here (even though their website states Cable!). This is troublesome in the spring when you need to keep a close eye on the weather is this part of the country. There were tornadoes in the general area the day before we arrived so this is not just an idle curiosity issue. Because we felt that we were mislead, we will not stay here again.
This a good location for visiting Palo Duro Canyon. The sites are long and level and all the utilities work properly. The rate is very reasonable. The Wi-Fi doesn't work and the bathrooms are very tired and badly in need of renovation. We would stay here again since there is nothing else in the area that is good for a big rig.
The sites are long and level and the utilities work as they should. However, there are better options in Tucumcari. The male owner/staff person did way too much complaining about campers to other campers! And, of course, he was not happy with the 'rules' of KOA. Additionally, they really do not have Wi-Fi since it was never available during our stay. We will not stay here again.
Clean bathrooms, long pull-thru sites and friendly staff. It would rate higher if the price were lower. This is a good, quiet location and nice for a night or two. As others have stated, the food at your door option is a very nice touch. We would stay here again.
Price is a Passport America rate. Wide, level asphalt sites with crushed rock on either side, and each site has a picnic table. The bathrooms were very clean and spacious. Great RV park with a very good location in the small town of Williams, which is very charming. Just don't eat at the buffet lunch restaurant; the food is below average and the price is above average.
Rate based on weekly rate. This is an OK place to stop for a night or two. The sites are long and level. All of the hook-ups worked properly. The sites are all gravel with almost no grass areas; consequently, there is a lot of dust. Additionally, the bathrooms were not cleaned at all during our one week stay and they were not clean. A problem that was reported to the office was accepted very poorly and never corrected (no hand towels in the Men's bathroom). We would stay here again for a night, but no longer.
The sites are long with level asphalt pads and the escort to the site is good because the layout is very confusing. The turn into the sites is a little tight for a big rig (41 ft.), but definitely able to be done. The sites are too tight and there is absolutely nothing green. They state that they are 'pet friendly; however, the 3 pet areas are far away from many of the sites and "NO pet" is allow to use the facility on your own site. This is asking too much of an older dog. We will not stay here again.
Rate reflects Senior weekly rate. The sites are spacious and the setting is nice. This is a great location for the Los Angeles area. I would have given it a 10, but the noise level from Highway 91 is high. WE would stay here again.
There is only 30 amp service in the full hook up sites (where the larger RVs would usually be), which is not sufficient during hot weather for a 40+ RV. As a previous camper stated, it is not comforting to have fires when the fire danger is listed as "High". The campground should not permit this. We probably would stay somewhere else if we are in the area again.
Rate is based on monthly plus electric. This is a great location if you are visiting the San Diego area. Even though the park is in Chula Vista and not San Diego proper, it is very close to all San Diego sites. There are a lot of trees and green space and the sites are spacious. As usual, this KOA is kid friendly and also adult friendly. We will stay here again in the future.
No charm and difficult site placement. The campers are friendly, but the sites are just too ugly for a stay longer than a few days. Not a quick "on and off" for just an overnight. Stay some where else - there are a lot to choose from around here.
The RV Park has level, gravel sites with plenty of space. Some have grass for $3 more per night (I would suggest paying for this). The restaurant is convenient, but not particularly good. The other restaurants in the area leave a lot to be desired since the park is located in a less affluent area of Tucson. The internet would worked well enough for us. We would stay here again.
This park has level, gravel sites with enough space to open an awning (if the wind isn't blowing). The bathrooms were clean and there are numerous dumpster for trash. There is coffee every morning in the club house and the people who camp here are very friendly. We would stay here again if we are in the area.
Great park if you are visiting the Las Cruces area. The bathrooms are clean, the sites are spacious and clean with small patches of grass, and the laundry area is very nice. And, each site has a concrete area with a picnic table. We would stay here again if in the area.
The entry fee causes this park to go from a 6 to a 5. There is nothing in the park or the adjacent area to do and the fee is too high. Additionally, the bathrooms were extremely dirty; fortunately we have our own bathroom so we were not forced to use them. We would not stay here again if we are in the area.
Passport America rate. We stopped here for three nights to visit Big Bend National Park. The campgrounds are small but the grounds are crushed rock (this is desert country) with level sites. There is a shared courtyard (with motel) which has a rock fireplace and a huge fire ring in the middle of the enclosed courtyard. Sunsets and sunrises are lovely. Great Wi-Fi and cable TV are included. The restrooms are clean and quite nice. The laundry facilities could use some work. We will return if we get back to this part of Texas.
If this park had sewer hookups, it would rate a 10. Great sites with lots of space and new, level parking pads. Each site has a picnic table and a grill; some have smoker pits also. The park is small and quiet and TV is pretty much out of the question. Stay here to read and hike and enjoy nature (we had about 10 deer in the field next to us this morning).
I don't know where the last reviewer stayed; however, it was not at this RV park. There are only paved roads and all sites are concrete pads. One negative is that there are no 'shade' trees. The trees on the sites are very small. A bigger negative is that the concrete area is a little small for big rigs. The sites are watered very often and this causes the 'outside' area of each site to be constantly wet. Otherwise, I would have given this park a 10. It is very well maintained and is very clean.
Lovely, long pull thru sites with newly installed sewer hookups. This is the best site that we have experienced in our 6 months of full time RV travel. Easy access to Savannah and other historic sites in the area. We will definitely stay here again.
Great spaces for big rigs (level gravel with long sites) and conveniently located to Charleston. The people who drive around are a little uptight about 'rules' and never smile. We would stay here again.
It's reasonably well maintained (the laundry rooms are awful), but has a poor layout. The dog run area is very far from the sites and there is very little other grass for pets. It is not big rig friendly with the exception of a few pull thru sites. The negative to these sites is that they almost sit on the road. The sites are very narrow this makes opening the awning impossible. Easy access off I-40; however, the road up to the park is narrow and curvy. They park is also somewhat expensive. We will not stay here again.
Close to NYC with level gravel sites. The sites are too tight to allow awnings to be used, but wide enough without them. The showers are dirty, but the water is hot and has good pressure. The area is not scary and we walked around the Jersey City square area without any concerns.
The campground is great for visiting Philly. The sites are spacious enough for a Big Rig and tow car; however, most of the sites need more gravel added to them. There are some holes in the pull thru sites and when it rains, they fill with water. We would stay here again.
Muddy and uneven sites; definitely not a Big Rig friendly campground. There are a lot of seasonals, but these sites are neat and clean. This camp is not worth $45. Fortunately, we were only here for one night. We will not stay here again.
Extremely nice campground for an overnight (or 2) stay on your way to Canada. The site was level and had enough space between sites. The gravel was newly placed and was very secure. We would stay here again if we are in the area.
Nice, shaded sites; however, the roads leading to the sites are a little narrow for a large motor coach. The sites on the outside of the camping area back up to nice pine woods. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful. We will stay here again.
This a nice campground; however, they need to trim the trees. This would have received a higher mark if the price had been a little lower. It is high for someone without children because we did not use any of the 'activity' amenities. We might stay here again.
This is a lovely park with large, treed sites. Very Big Rig friendly. The roads are narrow, but are paved and well maintained. We were very pleasantly surprised when we pulled into the campgrounds. For the price we were not expecting anything this nice. We would definitely stay here again.
Nice park with large, treed sites and a kid friendly environment. This is a good camp to use when visiting Mackinac Island. The nature trail hooks up with the city bike path which is a very nice paved path, which goes for many miles. We would stay here again if in the area.
Nice camp ground for a few days of visiting Detroit or Ann Arbor. The sites are spacious and the setting is lovely. There are 4 lakes and a lot of grass and trees. We would stay here again in the future.
This is not a Big Rig friendly campground. Some of the sites that are reserved for Big Rigs will not fit any camper larger than 36 feet. Fortunately, we arrived mid-week and were able to say "no" to the site assigned to us. On the weekend we would not have been so lucky. The roads are filled with pot holes and the 'speed bumps' are too high for a Big Rig RV. If you want to fish and go to the beach and you have a smaller camper and you like paying too much for site, then this is the camp for you. Unfortunately, they do not have much competition; however, we will find a different camp ground when we are in the area again.
This was an easy on, easy off I-94; with gas, and dining, etc. nearby. It is also just 15 – 20 minutes from downtown Madison. This KOA is conveniently located, well maintained, and friendly. No cable TV, but several broadcast stations can be picked up on antenna. We would stay here again if in the area.
Too expensive for what we had. The park really isn't big rig friendly - we fit, but just barely. The sites are too close to each other (once again for the price) and the bathrooms are very tiny. Not a bad experience - just not a good one. We might stay here again if in the area.
This is a great place to stay for a few nights to relax (there isn't anything in the general area). The sites are long and wide and most have very nice mature trees. The park is very basic. We would stay here again.
This was an easy on, easy off I-90; with gas, grocery, dining, etc. nearby. Staff is friendly. We'd stay here again. Nice long pull through – it isn't a fancy resort, but a good place to get off the road and relax for a night or two.
We reserved a pull-through and when we got here we were told the we could have a pull- through, but it wasn't wide enough for our slides! Additionally, the 50 amp service that we reserved really was a 'weak' 50 amps and it blew out several times. Additionally, the roads are in disrepair and need a lot of work. The "terracing" causes issues in trying to park. We will never stay here again
Long, level sites with plenty of space in between. This is a nice park for a night or two (there isn't much around the area). The owners are very friendly and the dog that one of the other reviewers discussed was not a problem at all. We would stay here again if we are in the area.
Very nice and quiet park (there is a train; however, it does not cause much noise). This is a great place to stay for a couple of nights if you do not have children. There is no pool or playground so children would be bored. The landscaping is extensive and adds to the charm of the park. We would stay here again.
Fine for one night, but these people are wrapped very tightly and have notes, signs and postings EVERY where saying 'don't do this or .... They are not pet friendly - the pet area is OUTSIDE the park. Just try and make your dog wait for 10 minutes while you get there! Clean, safe and neat - good for one night.
Will not camp here again. No WiFi (in spite of what they said - logs off every minute, literally). It took me 10 minutes to get this review posted because I was kicked out so many times. If you have children and it is warm, maybe. Otherwise, only use for an overnight. The place is clean, but lacking in trees and the driveway for each RV is very tight. We will not stay here again.
Nice enough place if the price had been half of what we paid. We were cramped; there was no privacy. Too many RVs in too small a space. They need to have 150 spaces instead of 186. The facility was clean and neat, but not worth the cost.
The only thing good about this RV park is it's location with respect to I-5 - close enough, but not too close (no noise). When we arrived the dumpster was overflowing and it was not emptied for 2 days. The bathrooms were out of soap and paper towels. The cleanliness was average. We will not stay here ever again.
If you are in the area, this is the place to stay. Clean and neat with enough room for a big rig. And the monthly residents are friendly and keep their areas tidy. The only thing that would make this place better is more to do in the area. We will definitely stay again when we are in the area.