We spent one night here as a stopover on our trip south in a 40' Phaeton. The access from I75 takes you down about 3mi of narrow two-lane country road. There is NO shoulder on either side of these roads and they are hilly, so one prays that the locals coming at you are aware there are large vehicles traversing their little country roads. The park seems relatively new and has quite a few positives going for it. The pool is new, large and well maintained. The shower facilities are individual rooms with sink/commode/fiberglass shower units. The showers themselves were clean, but most of the curtains hanging in them were growing pink slime on the bottom of them.....badly needing routine laundering. There is a small lake at the lower end of the park that is fishable. Now for the negatives. There is a front/upper section with larger pull thru gravel sites that were relatively level. The roads are gravel over ruts and holes (passable however).....badly needing surfacing or regular grading. The owners are friendly and attentive and are hopefully planning to pave the roads when funds allow. A previous review questioned the water quality. I asked before we hooked up. The owner swears that the water is city water and there have never been any problems. They were aware of the bad review and said they had come to the conclusion that the reviewer had confused their park with another one. Corroborating their claim....the pressure is VERY high....higher than any system other than city water could produce. Although we have a built in reducer, we put our external reducer on as well.
We spent 2 nights here in early September. Large park that was probably no more than 30% occupied. Positives include paved roads/sites, very nice pool/clubhouse with multiple private clean restroom/shower combinations. Great cable TV reception with many channels. Easy on/off interstate. Nice playground for the kids and next door to a go-cart track, putt-putt, and batting cages (if open). Small town nearby with all the necessary big box stores. On the negative side, one section where long term folks stay is quite unkempt, but it is off to one side so not too noticeable. Very near to railroad tracks with frequent Detroit/Toledo traffic throughout the day and night. It didn't keep us up at night, but could be quite bothersome to many. Laundry facilities had adequate equipment, but was very dirty (inside rings of front loaders growing some kind of bright green algae looking stuff...yuck). I didn't feel comfortable using these machines. Some of the concrete site pads are broken into sections and very unlevel, some are newly poured/repaired. Big rigs should choose their site carefully after arrival.
Great park for big-rigs. Paved roads and concrete pads. We had no problems with leveling and saw no rig with wheels off ground. Sparkling facilities including clubhouse, pool, hot tub, putting greens, tennis court and laundry. Very private. Some road noise is audible if you focus on it, but not really bothersome. Convenient to restaurants, shopping, golf, lake activities, etc. They do irrigate the lawns daily, but then, the lawns are like carpet and we appreciate that. Pads are large enough to park a sufficient distance from sprinkler heads. Staff were friendly and met our needs. Stayed here for three weeks.
This is a large rural campground that caters to families and kids. That said, there are quite a few permanent trailers with attached decks/porches. The sites are fairly spacious in most areas, but not very well maintained. The weeds and grass were so high around the sewer connection that we really were hesitant to reach into it. There are two restroom buildings that are at opposite ends of the park and multiple "porta potties" sitting throughout the park. Roads are gravel and very dusty with traffic. We prepaid for a "premium" pull-through site with full hook-ups for 4 days. On the second night a storm came through the area knocking out the power for the whole camp and adjacent town at midnight. To complicate matters, the park was on a well system with no back-up generator, so there was no water either. The staff would not answer the phone in the office when we called the next morning, so we drove to the office. They reluctantly told us that the power might be restored in 3 hrs or it could be 3-4 days. They refused to give us a refund for our remaining two days, but we left anyway and found a park two hours away. $54 a night to dry-camp is poor customer relations at best. Would never stay in this park again.
In this case, the term "resort" is used very loosely. This is a campground in the old fashioned sense of the word. The pull through sites where we parked our 40' coach consisted of a poorly outlined 7'x 45' area with some gravel (didn't even have a picnic table). There is no more than 8' between campers in these sites without the slides extended. The back-in sites for smaller units are somewhat better. The gravel road/driveway into the CG is not wide enough for two way large RV traffic. All interior roads are gravel as well. Verizon MiFi with two bars 3G only. Lots of shade trees, clean restrooms and very dated "activity" center. Quite a few seasonal/permanent residents, but everyone is quite friendly. Lake access with small beach and questionable boat ramp. Badly needs investment in facilities and infrastructure. Would stay here for one night only in a pinch. Be aware that they do not accept credit cards. Cash or checks only.
We stayed here for two nights as a rest stop on a cross country trip. Campground caters to kids with special weekend and week-long events that draw families. Facilities were adequate with pull-through sites for big rigs, but there is very awkward placement of light poles at the front of every 3rd site which, in combination with large shade trees, can make parking and exiting many sites a tricky affair. The CG is very close to the interstate with loud truck traffic audible throughout the night. The roads and sites are advertised as gravel, but they definitely are not gravel. All walk and drive areas are dirt. To make matters worse, staff moves around the resort on four-wheelers traveling very fast which kicks up huge dirt clouds constantly during the day. Cable worked well, sites were relatively level, camp store was adequate and staff were helpful. Restrooms were busy and not very clean when we were there. We would try to avoid having to stop here again.
This campground is in a rather unique situation. The developer actually owns an adjacent KOA campground. The office and pool are shared facilities, which seems a bit odd given the caliber and price of the Class A resort side. I believe that there are future development plans for a separate clubhouse/pool, but as yet, no actual work to that end. The resort side is meticulously maintained with paved roads, level gravel sites (some owner lots have been improved to include concrete paving/furniture/fireplaces, etc) and picnic tables. Most of the lots have a good to great view of the Flathead Lake. Some lots are too close for comfort to the landing strip. Staff is friendly and helpful. Laundry and showers are very clean. Dog walk area is fenced and sodded. Nice camp store at office. Great restaurants nearby. Would definitely return.
This park could and should be a 10. The location, design and layout is great. Sites are long enough for very large rigs/tows. Full hookups everywhere. Pool/hot tubs/store/tennis courts/basketball court/fire rings....all great facilities. Staff was friendly. Adjacent 9 hole GC a real plus. There are a few basics that one should be able to expect from a CG that has clearly invested so much in facilities and charges appropriately. Those were lacking here. The long sites are not level at all for big rigs because they slope significantly to one end or the other. The large areas between sites are baked mud and tough prickly weeds. There is virtually no grass at all. Landscaping is spectacular at the entrance only. The fenced dog walk areas are mud and mowed prickly weeds as well. The laundry facilities (4 washers/4 dryers) for the entire park of 189 Units is woefully inadequate. The Wi-Fi was not operational and Verizon coverage here is non-existent so our MiFi didn't work either. I was surprised to find that this park has been operational for quite a few years which is plenty of time to remedy these basic problems. We would likely return to this park for a short overnight stay only.
Excellent campground with paved roads and large concrete site pads (big rig friendly). Thick, well maintained grass in between. Adjacent to very long paved bike/walking path that goes from Bountiful to Salt Lake City. Small pool, adequate/clean laundry & restrooms. Staff does a great job of locating different types of units together. Easy access from I-15 or I-215. Some road noise and occasional air traffic overhead. All in all, a great campground, expecially for big rigs.
To put this review in context, we travel for five months of the year in a 40' Phaeton motorcoach. This is the worst campground we have ever stayed in. The advertising is largely false. The staff is rude. It is located in a spectacular valley very near to a large lake, however, the campground is so tightly packed that few of the sites have any view at all. There are a few large sites if you are lucky enough to get one, however, there is no logical pattern to how the sites are assigned. The park is very small and since the sites are also small and tight, the driveways are clogged with trucks and cars parking perpendicular to the campers, and that makes it very difficult to enter or exit. No amenities at all. Not friendly to small dogs as the "dog walk" is actually a large, several acre field that is not mowed. There are several much better choices in the area for a motorcoach.
Phenomenal park for a motorcoach. Great location to visit Zion National Park. Close to several little towns for restaurants and shopping. Nicely sized concrete site pads and paved roads. Well maintained grassy areas. Well stocked store open until 10pm. Easy in and out. Good management that patrols the park constantly.