Place shows pride of ownership, Wi-Fi works great but it was very full and hot so the power tripped a couple of times with all the big rigs running their duel air conditioners. Couldn't get the satellite to work because of the trees. Would stay here again.
We had a significant power problem that burned out a fan and almost lost the power system on the motorhome. We had to change sites and the camp host was rude when I asked him if he knew of a problem with the power. He is also a slob. There is no Wi-Fi here and there were rigs coming in late and leaving very early. We have stayed here many times before but this park is going downhill. We won't be back.
The good news, the new bathrooms are done. The bad news, they still are not being cleaned. We were here for over a week the grass hasn’t been mowed the bathrooms were not cleaned. They still don’t have Wi-Fi and the price has been raised to $30 per night with no discounts for week stays or Good Sam or anything. Not sure how often we will stay here in the future. To bad that this great community asset is not being utilized.
Bathrooms are clean, only three (3) showers; I used my own. Laundry could use another dryer or two (2), but they don’t rip you off, $1.25 to wash and $0.75 to dry. Store is well stocked. Owner and staff are great. It is very quiet, and we are parked down by the road. Have been here for two weeks, and we will be back.
I also agree about the gorge, the setting, and the golf course being beautiful. These are dirt sites with a little gravel. We have been in two sites that were hard to level and we had overhanging trees. Utilities did not work well as we had two power outages and you can smell the backup from the leach field. They had a septic company out looking at the system. Also the Wi-Fi signal comes and goes. The cable system is excellent. Finally, there are only 2 washers and 2 dryers and you have to pay for showers.
Yes there are trains, yes there are kids at the pool, yes the spots can be a little tight and yes this is a nice family campground. We were here for a week as there is a lot to do in this area. We got use to the trains, like the other reviewer said, aren't all campgrounds next to train tracks? Had a good time and enjoyed the pancake breakfast. On the down side you won't get satellite, cable is limited and the water pressure drops in the morning. The Wi-Fi worked fine all week. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects weekly rate. The restrooms are spotless and the park is well maintained. Wi-Fi is free only for the first night. The paved part of the sites are narrow but the sites themselves are very nice with lawn, plants, a place for the barbeque and a table. The cable TV is limited unless you are here longterm then you get expanded cable. The store only carries RV supplies, no food. Hard to exit if making a left hand turn. Would stay again
There are no restrooms. The Wi-Fi is $5 per hour. There is no shade, and it is hot and windy there. Having said that, it is a great stop for an overnight, and we will come back. Also, if you are a golfer check out the stay and play packages.
Years of deferred maintenance is catching up to this park. Broken doors in the restrooms and pealing paint make them hard to clean. The WiFi is almost unusable. The roads are breaking down and mnay of the sites have standing water across the front as well as plenty of ants tring to get into your RV. The once fine 18-hole executive golf course has been turned into a hodge poge of a 9-hole dog track. The cable TV system has not worked in a long time and we were handed the same sheet as last year saying parts were on order. After years of coming here we will not be back.
This RV park just keeps getting better. They have added an adults only hot tub and have plans to upgrade the fitness equipment. The restrooms are spotless. The pool is cleaned daily. The grounds are well maintained. The store is adequately stocked. There is free coffee, and the staff are wonderful.
The new restroom is under construction but the old one is in worse shape than ever. The grass sites are starting to wear out with ruts, and the sewer opening was full of earwigs so bring so spray to keep them out of your rig.
This is one of the nicest and best mantained parks we stay at. Great staff, clean restrooms and laundry, adequate fitness room and large level sites. All of this and free dougnuts and coffee in the morning and fresh off the tree oranges in the winter. We go out of our way to stay here and recommend that others do also.
We are back here again; and once again the place is spotless, the staff is great and the oranges are just ending. Also, don't forget the free coffee and doughnuts in the morning. This is a great overnight and a really good place to spend a few days and visit the area.
We have been here several times but this is the first time in the winter. The paved sites around the perimeter were fine but after all the rain I wouldn't want to try the grass sites as they are very slick and muddy. Still this is the best deal in the area, and the new restrooms should be built this summer.
Rate reflects weekly rate. Restrooms are spotless, sites are clean and fairly level, albeit close together. There are a lot of kids and dogs as the Waterslide park is across the street. But is is close to wine tasting, the coast, and town. We really like this place after school is back in and the kids are gone.
We were here last year and gave it an 8. However the restrooms are in even worse shape, and the rate has been raised from $20 to $25. This place is still very convenient and we will stay here again. Hopefully, someday they will fix the restrooms.
Like the last review we too have been coming here for years and it is a shame what has happen to this once great park. The large rocks are still a problem if you have a big rig and the interior roads are starting to show there age and lack of maintenance the cable does not work but the Wi-Fi is fine. They are working hard to bring it back but it is awful what they did to the golf course. Also, they have a number of long term people who are working construction in the area so that by early evening the restrooms are a mess.
We got a free week stay for visiting the Resort with the idea of purchasing a lot. As we had some trouble making up are mind they just let us stay until we decided. We bought a nice lot and are looking forward to spending most of the summer and fall here in the future. Everything about this place is nice. What it isn't is "OUTDO" resort. The people here are just great and the expansion plans are moving right along.
Attitude is everything and the new owners have a great one. Working hard to bring the park back. They have filled chuckholes, leveled sites and got rid of weeds. The store is well stocked, the wifi worked great(with a little help from our Hawking) and the restrooms were spotless. Yes the roads are a little dusty but only if you are an inconsiderate RV'er and speed through. We will be back.
The rate reflects the 3 nights for price of 2. This is a very nice park. The Wi-Fi works great and we are at the back end of the park. However, it is a long way to the bathroom from here and to the dumpster. The views are spectacular and the owners are very helpful with lots of info about the area. We will be back again.
Wifi is great, location is great, people are nice and campground is old. There are only two washers & dryers in laundry room. Light bulb has been burn out in restroom for three days now. Sites are uneven and dirt, the gravel is gone,so I would not want to be here with a lot of rain. Closest store is 5 miles away. Overall OK but not for a long term stay.
My only two complaints about this park is that the restrooms are locked from 11:00 pm to 6:00 am and that if you are not careful about the site you get you will not get satellite tv because of the trees. On the plus side there are a number of digital channels, it is easy to maneuver your rig and it is close to everything in southern Utah.
The only reason I gave it a 8 instead of a 9 is that the showers are at the store. Second, with side by side hook-ups on the pull-through sites, you and your neighbor have to cooperate on how you park so the uphill person has a view and then you may have to share a sewer outlet unless you have a 50 foot hose. Other than that it is great place to stay. The staff is great the lake is beautiful. The tours are wonderful and it is centrally located. We will camp here again.
The saddest words of men, "What might have been". I agree with the last writer that this is a perfectly acceptable campground. But with a little wider street; very tight for or 38" motorhome; a patio pad, the red dirt will track all over your rig and lose the trees to see the view, this place could have been great. Yeah the shower thing is a problem for people who are not self-contained, but the staff was nice and I don't see a problem with Native Americans charging $5 to enter the Tribal Park. Ever try to get into Yosemite without paying?
The rate reflects a five night stay if you stay for three the fourth is free. For the price,$20 per night, this is a great place to stay. The sites may be a little tight but the road is wide and they are easy to get in and out of. But best of all is Pop. He cares about his guests, wants you to enjoy the many things to do and see and is a wealth of information. That is on top of his Model Railroad sets and his hand made toy soliders. We did not find the road noise that bad and it is only a block and half to the convienence store and laundermat, also run by nice people. For the money, one of the top campgrounds in America. We will be back.
Restrooms were not clean and 2 of the 4 showers in men's room did not have curtains. The landscaping has gone to seed and the roads, gravel, have not been maintained. Worst of all is the train stop about 100 yards away. If you stay here bring your ear plugs. We will not be back.
Big wide streets, long wide pull-through sites and clean restrooms. Pool is OK if you like indoors. Bathrooms are spotless. A little train noise but other wise a great place to stay when visiting City of Rocks, Silver City and Rock Hound State Park. Also, close to shopping in Palomas, Mexico. Will stay here again.
Still a great place to stay especially if you are having work done at Beaudry or Camping World. Only one hour a day of free WiFi but that is all we need to check emails and do our banking and visit a few web sites. Unless you love carbs skip the free Continental Breakfast.
Sites are sort of hard to get into. Trees over hang streets and sites, scratched one guys new motorhome. Wifi is restricted and cable TV is a problem. Water pressure is low, had to dig sewer hookup out of the dirt and electrical outlet was full of spiders. Train and Road noise is a loud. Third manager in two years. I will never stay here again.
This may be one of the most relaxing spots we have ever stayed in. They do not have a pool or hot tub, and you have to pay for WiFi, nightly rate includes WiFi, but is is quiet, with great views of the golf course and surrounding hills.
Older restrooms keep this old fairgrounds site from getting a higher rating, but this is the best kept secret in the Mother lode. You can walk to downtown Sonora or across the street to a great barbecue place. You can not find a more centrally located spot to visit the caves, wineries, Big Trees and Yosemite than Sonora.
I agree with the last review but feel it deserves a higher rating. Do watch the bump at the entrance and there are good signs directing you to the campground. As far as the smells, well it is a fairground in a agricultural area. Great value will stay here again.
No restrooms, no showers, no cable, no Wifi and still $25 per night and the sites aren't real level either. This doesn't belong to the casino, so the man said, but it reflects on them. We won't be back or if we do it will be dry camping over in the truck parking area.
This place is a rip off. It was supposed to be finished but there is dirt every where. The bathroom are not done and may not be by next year. So they take a $5 deposit for a bathroom key that is 1/2 mile away. The new sites narrow as are the streets. I do not know what KOA is thinking but I am just about to cut up my Valueless Card and mail it in. This will be the last KOA I stay in unless I absolutely have to.
Has all pull-through sites, clean restrooms and a free breakfast. The WiFi works and there are a few local channels on the antenna. Only problem are sites are not quite level: had a little trouble leveling the motorhome. Otherwise, this park has great owners and is the best place to stay when visiting Craters of the Moon.
I almost gave this a 10 but that number has to reserved for the best of the best. Having said that, this is one of the best. Super wide streets, with easy access pull-throughs, clean restrooms & showers and a very nice laundry room. WiFi worked great and the views are incredible. Just watch out for high winds in the afternoon that could take out a awning. We will be back.
This is a very nice spot for an overnight or a couple of days. The pool is closed and there is some noise of people leaving early in the morning to go to work; around 5:30 am; there are a number of what looks like semi-permanent spots. However, the bathrooms are clean, the laundry is clean and reasonably priced, sites are level and easy to get into and the owners are great. We would stay here again.
Nice park good for overnight, and it is just a short drive to the monuments. Very good pancake breakfast, wifi worked fine, sites a little uneven and a bit narrow. However, they are adding bigger sites.
The only thing that keeps this wonderful campground from being a 10 is the age of the restrooms. This is a great place to spend a few days and visit downtown Pipestone and the National monument and don't forget the cinnamon rolls and sour cream raisin pie at Lange's as well as their award winning dinners. The new owners of the campground continue to make improvements so we will always plan a stop here when heading this direction.
Very nice campground that needs more restrooms & showers to accommodate the spaces they are adding. Can get muddy here, roads good use some more gravel, when it rains. Also, the dumpster located at the front of the park which can be a half a mile walk and if it is or has rained this is a muddy area. Very nice owners.
The road noise is just terrible and then at night you can hear the train. The dirt roads have large mud holes. If it rains you have to walk through mud to get to the dumpster. The staff is nice the Wi-Fi works and they have nice cable but don't expect to get satellite in the trees. They also charge a walk in fee but we had a reservation. Stayed for a week but will not be back.
This KOA charges a $2.00 walk in fee to people without reservations. The showers are old and the bathrooms are not well kept. Some sites have steep drop-offs. To top it off the Wi-Fi went down for the weekend and nobody in the office could fix it. They charge a $10 cash deposit for a electronic pass key to get in and out of the gate so if you have to hang around until they open to get your deposit back when you leave. I don't get what KOA is doing with getting rid of there discount program and adding these garbage fees. I do know they are not seeing me as often.
This is a great park for visiting Bradstown and Louisville. Clean, well kept, and only $24 per night. There are not a lot of extras here and the bathroom is small but the WiFi works and the owners are nice. This is the place to stop when on I65. We will be back.
They have spent a lot of money here on gravel, a pool and concrete patios with patio furniture. What they should have done is hired a site planner to lay out campground. Very hard to get around in a big rig. If you are over 38 feet try somewhere else. WiFi is slow, restrooms clean but showing there age had to change showers as first one was broken. Just another over priced KOA. We will not be back.
This is a great overnight park. The rate includes $2 for WiFi a little slow but it works. If you are a big rig towing a vehicle, you will have to unhook to get around, otherwise the park lives up to its name. A clean quite spot to spend the night.
What patio furniture? Oh the broken old stuff next to the over priced site. No longer a Good Sam Park, so you won't get any discounts on the broken concrete sites with inadequate WiFi and cable. We were planning a longer stay but two days here is long enough and we will not be back.
We had a full hookup site on the river, close to the restroom and laundry, with a view and were able to get satellite. The sites are concrete and level this is one of the best campgrounds we have ever stayed at. You need to come here if you are in the area.
Great place to stay for a night or a week. Level sites, close to the casino, an hour from New Orleans and easy drive down highway 90 to Ocean Springs. This area is coming back, and so are we, and we live in California. By the way the wood chips over grass is no big deal.
If not for the rest rooms this would be a great place. It is still great for one or two nights and site 17 is a long back in that gives you a view of the southwest sky for satellite. Local TV is fine. There is a dump station but you have to go the wrong way on a one way loop to use it. Don't worry everybody does. There is free Wi-Fi in downtown North Little Rock. Just park outside the library or go to the coffee place.
Still a nice place to stay although the roads and the sites are starting to show some wear. Great staff and they are upgrading the cable system. Close to everything and it is on the Red Route so it is easy to get to from the Highway. Stayed here before and will again.
If not for the restrooms and laundry, which only need a little TLC, this would be a great place to stay. If you are visiting friends or relatives in the Tulsa area, this is a great place to spend a couple of nights. We will be back next time we are in the area.
This once nice campground has gone down hill. The restrooms were dirty, the cable TV had static and the Wi-Fi kept dropping and then went completely down when the office closed. Sad to say that even the once popular on site restaurant has seen a deterioration in the quality of the food.
They have had problems with the WiFi and the Cable TV, as well as equipment in the fitness room. All due to a power surge. The cable has been fixed,, still not great, and they limit your WiFi access. The manager's attitude is if you don't like it go someplace else, because they can fill your spot. Next year we will.