Not sure of the nightly rate, we stayed for a month for $450 plus electric (no tax on monthly stay). This a good park, with all the basics you need and in a good location in the middle of St. George. Internet speed was very fast. If you like activities, St. George is hard to beat. Get the Dixie Direct Card for much reduced golf for about 10 nice golf courses in the area. There are low cost organized tennis clinics daily at Tonaquint Park. Paved bike trails along the Virgin River and Snow Canyon. Great hiking in Show Canyon. Check out the plays at the outdoor Tuacahn theater. This is one of our favorite stops. Oh, don't forget to spend at least a day in Zion National Park, about an hours drive.
This is an average park, nothing fancy. The sites aren't quite level and a bit rocky. It's a good location as it's centralized between Heber City, Park City, Wasatch State Park and Jordanelle Lake. One problem I have is that the park's sewer drains are about 18 inches above the ground. This requires lifting and draining your sewer hose many times to empty your tanks.
This was a nice park for a stop along the interstate. After driving around the area I wish we would have booked 3-4 days. It appears that there are some nice hiking areas and golf courses in the area. The Snake River is dammed nearby making a nice lake. The little cities in the area deserved more exploration time.
Excellent park and great location. Sites are a bit narrow, but not a problem. Hi Valley is close to all the fun activities we enjoyed in Boise (e.g., Outdoor theater Eagle Pavilion, numerous excellent golf course, bike trails along the Boise river, restaurants in Hyde Park area and downtown, etc.)
Excellent and nicely designed park. We decided to stay in Boise due to activities on that side of the metro area, and Ambassador was very nice about refunding our extended stay. Conveniently located by the interstate.
This is a good park, but is overpriced for the market. The McCall Muni Golf Course is a great facility. You can play nine holes on the weekends for $10 after 5pm. Jug Mountain Ranch is also a good golf deal for seniors after 3pm with a $31 rate. Jug Mountain Ranch also has a great restaurant. Downtown McCall has many great restaurants along the lake front. All kinds of kayaking, float trips and mountain biking in the area.
Excellent Park. The Clarkston/Lewiston area is a great stay. The Snake River is in your frontyard and there is a great biking/walking trail that goes for many miles along the river front. In the the summer you can pick gallons of fresh blackberrys that grow wild along the rivers. Plan a couple day trips up to Pullman, Washington and/or Joseph, Oregon.
A very nice RV park for an unbelievably low monthly rate. This park is only a couple miles out of Richland and easily accessible to everything. The tri-cities area is great for golf, biking and has an excellent athletic club. Check out Columbia Basin Racquet Club if you're going to be in Richland for a month or more. Also, the wineries are great places to visit, eat and wine taste. The paved bike trail along the Columbia River is a great ride.
This is an ok park, but not great. It is in a good location, although the heavy traffic on business 97 makes it difficult to get in and out of the park. We did have a bike stolen the first night we were here. Make sure you lock up everything.
This is an excellent park/resort. Great facilities and everyone was helpful and polite. We didn't find much to do in Red Bluff. The golf course is poor and bike trails limited. We did drive to Chico, CA, where there was plenty to do.
This is our 4th year as fulltime RVers, and this is, by far, the best park in the country for active adults. They have golf, tennis, pickle ball, shuffle board, horse shoes, lawn bowling, dancing, shows, plays, cards, organized trips, hiking club, sewing, crafts, aerobics, wood shop, swimming, happy hours, etc. If you can't find friends and something to do at Palm Creek you better check your pulse. The $25 rate is due to staying at this park for 6 months through the winter.
This is quite the upscale RV park. It had more of a housing subdivision feel than an RV park. Most sites have been sold and substantially improved. We rented from a private owner that was a friend of a friend. Normally the cost is $55 per night. Everyone seems to ignore the California DOT law that says you can't take a 40' plus RV on the road to this RV park. With some trepidation we did also and didn't have a problem.
Very nice park. Not too busy in May, but they still had many organized activities (e.g., water arobics and a wine tasting). The nine hole par 36 golf course on the property was $25/walking after 12:30pm and fairly nice. Plenty of room for a big rig. Given my golf swing I wouldn't suggest parking your rig with a golf course view on hole 2.
Very nicely designed park. We are avid golfers and you get 2 rounds of golf daily with your stay at nearby Pheasant Run golf course (must pay $10 for cart, free if walking). The course is quite long for seniors, and it was always windy, but a nice course. If you have a big rig you might want to pay extra for a pullthrough as the back ins are a bit short and the unkempt bush separators don't leave room for your slides. Wi-fi was poor but usually functional.
This is a very nicely designed park, and is an excellent park if you know what to expect. The windmills across the river are there for a reason; it is very windy nearly all the time. You have to pay for the internet, and it is usually quite slow and unpredictable. The last 2 miles of road are very narrow and bumpy. To go into the city of Antioch, just south, there is a $5 toll on the bridge.