Friendly staff. Efficient check in. They no longer are associated with Passport America. Easy pull throughs with a tow. Garbage can be left at site. #94 had a nice view of the golf course. Looked like there were several trailers that were permanently there, at least for the summer. The swimming pool was open, although we did not use it.
Our destination was cut short today because of wind. Found this Passport America park and pulled in. The owner came out, told us to pick a spot, get set up and then come to the office. The owner just took over the park the first of the month. Very friendly. This park is very easy to find. There's no frills but didn't need any for an overnight stay. The satellite worked fine, as well as the Verizon phone. We'll be back when we're in the neighborhood.
Yes, this campground is a little spendy but $6 was taxes. Lots of mature trees that are well trimmed was a pleasant surprise. Our pull through space was long enough for our tow, very level, and gravel. Since everyone commented on the dead grass last year, I'll report that the grass is back and being mowed today. Very friendly and polite young man in the office. My only negative is that the cable didn't work but our antenna did great. Would definitely stay here again.
We were leery about coming to this park based on the previous comments about the rock roads but we did not find it an issue with our 40' motorhome. We were escorted to our site. The little store has lots of things to choose from. The park gets locked at 9:00 PM. We did not have a chance to tour the area but will be back again.
An OK choice for an overnighter. Older park that needs its electrical hook ups updated. Didn't use the 50 amp because it didn't look trustworthy. BUT the on-site little restaurant is a great plus--great service and great food. Easy in and easy out of town. Will stay there again.
Slow check in due to training. Park was not very clean. I did not see any garbage bins. $10 deposit on electrical box key that must be turned back in at checkout. Office didn't open till 9 but hotel lobby was able to give my deposit back, only after I showed my picture ID (of course I had to go back to the MH to get that). Very busy truck stop. Took over 20 minutes to pay for fuel, due to only 1 cash register and more training. Customer service skills are lacking. Worst place we've been in our 6 weeks of travel. We'll not be back. PS This is a Good Sam park.
Just chose a site and the $25 was collected between 5 and 7 PM. Pretty easy check in. Wide open spaces with no trees. Just trains roaring all night long. Entire park is rock. Very clean. Location is right off Hwy 54, five miles east of Liberal.
Close to I-40. Gas station at same exit for easy fueling. Friendly staff. Small pub in registration building, as well as a few groceries and cold drinks. Nice swimming pool. Easy pull through with 2 assigned spots Would stop again for an overnighter.
We stayed here 3 years ago when park was brand new. There have been many improvements since then. Pull-through sites are extremely wide to accommodate all the boaters for the nearby lake. Should have reservations on weekends. The store was in need of stocking. No ice cream in the ice cream freezer and no milk. Owners very friendly. Would stay here again. Beware of the continuous train whistles.
Easy on and off I-25. Friendly staff and well stocked store with stocked store with more souvenirs than food. Free hayride at 5:30. Suppose to have pizza to order at 5:00 but they put out a sign about 4:00 saying there would be no pizza. Ice cream social at 7:00 for $1.60 for a very large scoop. (No sugar free). The pool was OK. Also free miniature golf but pedal carts to rent were $10.00 for 30 minutes. Only other comment is regarding the train whistles all night long. This price includes 3 kids and KOA discount. Easy pull through sites for big rigs with tows but we had a tree that we had to maneuver around.
Average park with only amenities of laundry and free Wi-Fi. New person working in the office didn't know what "slides" were. Grounds need some attention. Price a little steep. Probably won't stop here again.
Sadly, this KOA camper has to rate this KOA rather low. Check in was quick and friendly. However, the owner chose to park a guy next to us with a 40 ft motorhome and a 30-40 ft trailer, which blocked our exit. We agreed that we wanted to leave at 8, but because breakfast at the restaurant took a rather long time and because the guy next to us seemed to be in no hurry, we left an hour later than we had anticipated. I also don't really understand why they have multiple speed bumps in the park. We had camped here before, but I'm not sure we'll be back. Nothing special about this park for the fee.
Rate is with KOA card and $10 off with 8000 KOA points. New CG. Easy on and off the freeway (which is a toll road). Lots of nearby train horns. Friendly check in person who led us to our site. Grass between gravel sites. Wal-Mart is close by.
We experienced a very friendly lady running the place by herself. The freeway noise didn't bother us but there were train horn all night long several blocks away. Easy for big rigs to get in and out. Only stayed one night but would stay there again. Rate is with a Good Sam $5 coupon.
Seemed like young staff running the place. They let us park wherever we wanted. This park is a Good Sam park but not listed in the book. We stayed here 2 years ago, as we visit friends here. Easy to get to from the interstate. Lots of grass with crushed rock pads for the RV's.
The nightly fee was $36 but I used 15,000 of my KOA points and reduced the bill by $25.00. The host did not know how to do it but called the parent office and brought my receipt to our site. Spacious sites. Easy in and out of the park but 3 miles off of the interstate. Travel is through a residential neighborhood. Very friendly staff. Garbage can be left at your site and will be picked up. There were 4 trains that roared through town during the night. I really don't know how far away the tracks were but it seemed like the horns were very close. Sleep was less than optimal.
This is a great park for big rigs. Our Verizon MiFii hotspot worked great so we did not use their Wi-Fi. Laundry was $2.00 for wash (a bit steep) and .25 for 10 minutes of drying. We were in #155 pull-through which was on the end of a row. Lots of green grass and trees, although some trees could use some trimming. The registration staff were extremely helpful. We were going to only stay 2 nights and decided to stay 4. The staff juggled around other reservations to allow us to stay in the same spot for all 4 nights. The park is very busy so I would suggest you get advance reservations. Their on line reservations are very easy to use. It looks like the park is adding on more spaces. For a shopping tip, buy T shirts and sweatshirts at The Yellowstone outlet on Canyon street. They have surprisely excellent prices. We will stay here again if we are in the area.
Price includes Good Sam discount. Average park for us. Very friendly check-in staff. Stayed one night on our way to Yellowstone. Site was rock and not real level. Site next to us was grass but it was for a tent site. No one was there, but if they were, they would have been very close neighbors. Park is situated in the middle of a very industrial area close to the freeway. The exit has a Flying J at it so that was a plus. A little tight getting out of our site with a 40' MH and a tow. We were in site #55.
We were at site D30 with our MH. Had a view of the west end of the lake but there are much better view lots that look north and east. Our Verizon MiFi hotspot worked well. You must have reservations if you want to get into this park. The full hook up sites are full every night. Hot temps in 90 to 100 degrees in July and August. Their reservation website does not ask for preferences or how long your rig is. There are some small trees scattered around. We had one that provided shade in the morning. There is a wheelchair accessible picnic table and a fire pit on each site. Very scenic area.
Price depicts CampClubUSA discount. The registration process was easy. My husband chose the site he wanted to set the big rig. Even after he changed his mind, it was no problem with them. The vast majority of the sites are seasonal trailers. This really is a destination location, with lots of kids activities and amenities for the guests. There is a lovely sand beach on a lake, with rental opportunities for paddle boats and golf carts. The store is well stocked. We were here on a Sunday and Monday, with the weekend crowd gone so was rather quiet. I would think weekends would be noisy and very populated. Location is about 30 minutes from the Wisconsin Dells. In my opinion, it's not worth the full price if you don't plan to utilize the beach, pool, store and restaurant.
The rate is with KOA discount. The road on exit 337 is under construction and one lane. A main road through town is closed due to construction. It is a nice quiet park. Our site, #50, was at the end of a row of pull-through ones, so we could use the satellite, but it did not work. There were too many trees were obstructing it. There is a nice laundry with 4 washers at $2.00 and 4 dryers at $1.00. The rire ring was filled with garbage but other than that, it was pretty clean and well kept.
We stayed here a week so the rate depicts that, plus, although it was not advertised, we got the Good Sam discount. (July is not included, as that is a busy cherry festival time.) This is a very quiet, serene, hilly setting, with very large pull-in sites around a small lake. Trees are on the perimeter of the property. No problem with satellite, but we did have problems with their Wi-Fi and our Verizon air card and phone. Very low signal so computer and phone worked intermittently. They are working on a couple short golf holes. There were some information brochures in the office but no real store to purchase items. I was given information about some of the local restaurants and wineries. No laundry available on site but nice laundromat in Suttons Bay. The newspaper was delivered daily, even the Sunday paper, which was a nice touch. There is plenty to do in the area to keep you busy or you can just relax and watch the ducks in the lake.
The narrow county road leading into the CG is in dire need of repair. The registration process was efficient, but they had us checking out a day earlier than was noted on the reservation so I had to go back and get that straightened out. We stayed here for the Memorial weekend plus Monday night. The holiday daily price was increased by $5. I had to ask for the normal price for Monday night. The CG has all back-in grass/dirt sites. The picnic table at our site was disgusting with paint chipping off and bird droppings. I rather doubt anything had been done to it since last fall. We were in site #53, which was a little longer than most of the sites and had a full hook up. Most sites have just water/electric. The CG is heavily treed so the satellite did not work, but the bat wing worked fine for all of the major local stations. There is a swimming lake, a fishing lake, a driving range and a well stocked store. The laundry room consisted of 2 washers and 2 dryers. Visitors must check in and pay $5 a person. There are many seasonal residents, who ride around in golf carts. Security is good. Unruly people are removed from the premises.
Price is CampclubUSA discount. Easy off, easy on from I-65. Has a nice fishing lake. (You can keep the fish). There is a playground, a pool, picnic tables and some trees. This is a no frills CG and a good overnighter. We stayed here two nights, mostly to tour the Bourbon Trail that is not far away. The office is not equipped with much and has no brochures for activities nearby. Some seasonal trailers occupy some of the sites. A very quiet, peaceful CG.
Price was CampclubUSA price plus an extra $2 per night for a pull-thru. The site #111 worked well for our big rig. A tree on the left will be a problem in a few years if not kept trimmed. Garbage can is positioned for every two/three sites. Many brochures for the local attractions were available. Certainly convenient to the Smoky Mountains National Park (no entrance fee). Very congested area with construction on main parkway road and it's not even high tourist season yet. It seemed like there were hundreds of CG's to choose from. This is a good one.
An excellent, quiet park. Price is the Campclub USA discount. Wi-Fi worked flawlessly. Has friendly staff. In the handouts they gave us a sheet of the common stores that people would ask for and the mileage: very nice touch. Bristol Motor Speedway is only 3 miles away for you NASCAR fans. Their store was open even on a Sunday. Huge weekend flea market across the road. Definitely would stay here again.
This price reflects the average costs for five nights, due to the KOA discount and the promotion of staying on the 14th and getting the 15th free. When I made the reservations, I asked for sites 3, 5 or 7 because of the previous comments. They told me there was no guarantee but they would note in my reservation. We did get site #3 for our big rig. It was fine but I also saw quite a few more sites that were level. All 8 sites in the D section (long pull thrus)looked fine to me. The 4 washers ($1.50 a load) and 2 dryers (.25 for 12 minutes) were rather loud and needed some maintenance but they got the job done. When we checked in, the cable was not working but they told us they would let us know when it got hooked up. We didn't here a word. Fortunately, we didn't need it. Garbage is picked up at your site, which is nice. Our Verizon computer card and phone worked well but the KOA free Wi-Fi worked well also. The grass on our site had not been mowed for a couple of weeks, although they were mowing other parts of the park.
This is a great CG for peace and quiet. The owner was very gracious and attentive. The layout of the sites is probably one of the best we have seen. There are really no amenities here yet but there is plenty to do in the area to keep you busy for several days. We were able to choose our site, have good free Wi-Fi and enjoy the view. We would highly recommend this CG for any camping size vehicles, even 45 footers!
We also used the CampClubUSA card for half price camping. If you are looking for a easy off, easy on CG, keep driving. This is about 10 miles down narrow, paved, hilly, winding roads. We found the staff friendly. We were escorted to our site in the upper campground #U109. It was gravel and grass and fairly level. The pull throughs in this section were very long and wide. This is a very large CG that can accommodate any type of camping vehicle. Plus you can camp by the river, in the trees or "in the prairie". There are lots to keep kids busy so would be a great family destination. Many improvements are being made to the CG, as well as new cabins being added. Although we did not purchase anything in the store, it looked very well stocked.
This is the Darlington NASCAR race week so the daily fees got increased, as the park is 20 minutes from the track. They did provide a complimentary pig roast and continental breakfasts, as well as a raffle with giveaways. We were in #L11 with our big rig and tow. The pull through sites are long but a little narrow. Depending on who is next to you, your awning may be close to touching your neighbor. We were happy to have large trees on our site to help shade the 90 degree sun. Their cable TV and free Wi-Fi worked great. Our Verizon computer card also worked great but our Verizon phone was a little weak. The freeway is close by but it did not bother us. We would stay here again.
We would have ranked this park a 10, but the check in was far from efficient. The clerk was obviously brand new and was not educated enough to be left alone. She made up answers to my questions, which I surmised as inaccurate: i.e., which road do we go down to get to our site. She drew a route on the map but I questioned it, as it did not seem correct. I made her ask someone else and sure enough she was wrong. Two more other similar instances occurred. Be sure to ask for the senior, over 60 discount. We saved a $1.00 a day! Huge place but we found it very clean and easy to get around. As mentioned in other reviews, golf carts are the mode of transportation, but they did not bother us. We were in site #2074, 30 feet from the ocean. Great view and easy access to the beach. To wash clothes costs $2.00 a load and .25 cents for 8 minutes of drying but the laundry was huge and very clean. We will return if we are ever in the vicinity.
When you come onto the island, look for 3-4 feet tall white post street signs, not the norm. This park has lots of huge, gnarly trees on some of the sites, with other sites having none. We were in #17 with our 40' motorhome, adjacent to Fort avenue. That road is fairly busy during the day. Our site was also wide enough to easily hold our tow vehicle. The sites seem to be haphazardly situated but they do manage to get big rigs in here. The site was gravel with lots of leaves mixed in. One surprise was that the daily price had gone DOWN $10 a day from the time I made the reservation! Lots of friendly people and certainly lots to do.
We utilized this lakeside campground last week prior to the Talladega NASCAR race, and came back after the race. During race week they do not honor the Good Sam discount. I'm sure that is a busy time for them, but prior and after the race, the park is very quiet and peaceful. The laundry facility is on site, but is also used by the public (non-campers). That did not pose any problems, though. The Wi-Fi worked part-time but we had our Verizon card that worked very well. There are tons of easy, long pull through sites, and a nice view of the lake from several sites. Also, there's lots of piers for fishermen. There is plenty of space for parking boats and extra vehicles. We would definitely return.
The 2009 Trailer Life book has the pull through size listed as 45 feet long, which was not long enough for our 40 foot MH and our pick up toad. I scoured alternatives for about an hour and could not come up with anything that had good reviews and was close to I-20. I decided to call and found out that the pull throughs are 60 feet long. Still on the edge for us, but the lady said we would be fine. She did put us in a back row, just in case. Besides the free breakfast vouchers, our shuttle driver dropped us off at our site when we returned from the casino. What a nice perk. And, of course, she got a tip. Nice park. We will definitely return if we are in the area.
There are all paved roads getting into this park, which was easy to get off and on I-20. The pull throughs are great for big rigs with toads. The check in process was very quick, plus we got 2 homemade cookies. The free Wi-Fi worked well. Some trees should be trimmed to accommodate big rigs exiting their spaces. We were in #31. We would stop again when in the area.
This part of Texas has an opportunity for more RV Parks but this one came through for us, when we called 45 minutes ahead of arrival. We had stopped in Odessa without a reservation and were turned away. We continued east on I-20, reviewing our options. Although I had to leave a voicemail, the call back was within 15 minutes. We were at exit number 171 and needed to turn off on exit 177 when I got the call. The check in process was most efficient, with a 90' pull through awaiting us. The one draw back, is that this park is 5 miles off of the interstate. You have to drive through town, through alot of stop lights, but who cares when you have a nice place to stay after ten hours of driving. Would definitely stay here again.
I agree with others that this is an easy park to get into (1.4 miles from I-10) and very clean. Staff was friendly and thoroughly explained all of the features of the park. Many of the spots had a great view. I would have given it a 10 but I think the price is too high for a quick overnight spot and the exit road was somewhat bumpy.
This campground is close to the interstate but we were looking for EZ off, EZ on. Friendly staff and nice store/gift shop area. We liked being escorted to our site. Cable and Wi-Fi are on site but we used our satellite and our Verizon air card, which both worked great. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
This park is worth the stop if you are in the area. The owners are very friendly and good cooks also, as the restaurant food was excellent. There are many fun items for sale in the store/gift shop. Although there are a lot of trees, we had no problem with our satellite. Most of the sites have covered fire rings, as well as wooden 2 seat swings. We will definitely stay here again.
We stayed one night here, simply because we were hooking up with relatives. The swimming pool was covered, (assuming for the winter). The place is full of full time residents and trashy looking trailers.We had a pull through but no full hook ups were available. We probably would not stay there again, but the check in process was efficient and the check in person friendly.
This was an overnight stop for us. We were parked by the playground in #67. We could not get anything on the satellite but the antenna worked well for local stations. The laundry area was clean. This place is probably pretty busy on the weekends but tow parking was not a problem on a Monday. Guests are required to pay $3.00 each per day to visit a campsite. We have not run into this in two years of RVing.
We stayed one night in this small park on our way through the area. It is on the side of a motel. We visited friends so really used the park as a place to sleep. There are not a lot of amenities, if that is what you are looking for. We found the lady owner very friendly. Gravel spaces were fairly level but the grass was not well groomed. The town has lots of shopping and, of course, tons of fishing. We will stay here again if we are in the area.
This park is an easy on and off the freeway. The office lady was friendly but the escort guy did not say one word to us. Got us to our place and took off. As others have said, there is alot of noise around the park but probably OK for an overnight stay. The price is excessive, compared to other parks we have stayed at in the last month.
We stayed at this RV resort as guests of members. It was our first visit but will not be our last. This park has all of the amenities you could want, including large spaces, green grass, open areas, scattered small laundry facilities, restaurant, small store and pool. During the summer, there is a weekly craft and rummage sale on Saturdays. There are many planned activities, of which we did not take advantage of. This is their 25th anniversary celebration year. All staff are friendly and glad to have you as guests.
This was an overnight stay for us. We had trouble finding the place, mostly because one of their directional signs fell down 5 weeks ago and has not been replaced yet. The road leading to the park is gravel, with no dust control. No one was in the office when we arrived. We called the number and were instructed to park anywhere. The office/store is sparse on merchandise. Our biggest disappointment was the train whistles blowing all night long. The owner was very friendly. This is a 2 year old park with long, gravel pull-throughs and young trees.
What a wonderful RV Park! Although, it is small and cozy, the setting and location is exceptional. Our site #13 was well shaded and easy to back into with our big rig. The staff was eager to inform us of all of the nearby sites and answered all of our questions. My husband stayed in this park with his family in 1960, the year the park opened.
I agree with other reviewers that there are many rental RV's here but we had no problem with their behavior. We stayed on the bottom part of the park with our 40' motorhome. We would not have been happy to be assigned in the upper part of the park. The roads were not smooth and many turns were required to get to the sites. There have been recent rains here so that may have attributed to the roads being full of ruts. Also, because of the rains, the sites are rather wet and muddy. The laundry facility was spotless and all of the workers very friendly and wanting to be of help. The Wi-Fi worked well, but our Verizon wireless card and phone did not get a signal here in Bryce Valley. The little store is well equipped with basic food and RV staples.
Staying here was not our first choice, however the other major park in this area was booked. After a slow check-in process, we were assigned a spot that was already occupied. Had originally reserved a pull-through site, but was eventually located in a back-in site. Our site was not level: parked with our front wheels off the ground. Office staff would benefit from customer service classes, and the park could use some general spiffing up. Appears quite a few full-timers residing here.
We camped here for three nights with our grand kids. It is a very nice park, with a playground. We rode the train to the Grand Canyon. All of the reservations and directions for the tickets to be picked up were easy and straight forward. The RV spaces are rather narrow and there are no picnic tables. Otherwise, a great, clean park.