This is an easy in/out campground with pleasant hostess. Fortunately we arrived before noon when the campground is unattended. However, we stayed here in October, which is the OFF-season for them. The (High season) $38.00 price is used as the base of their Passport rate of $19.00. Their off-season rate is $25.00 and they charged me $25.19 with my Passport discount. Huh? The Passport discount is not even allowed during high season, but they use the high season price for computing their Passport discount for the off-season, which is the only time they honor the discount. Essentially there is no Passport discount. Wi-Fii repeaters cover the grounds, but were a poor excuse for Internet service. The download speed was 0.08 mbps and the upload speed clocked in at 1.40 mbps. Pathetic! It was completely unusable at times. Their premier sites are intermingled with work campers and permanent residents in 35-year-old units. This is the only source of 50amp service. I chose one of their 30 amp, 47’ pull-through sites (?) and the entire car was in the street and there was no room to park it. We have a 40’ motor home. The pool is a ‘bobbing’ pool, which is too small to do anything else in. Probably the only accurate representation of the park was their sign warning; never leave your unit at night without a flashlight due to the possibility of rattlesnakes warming on the asphalt. Oh, you also get the pleasure of paying the $.50 per night RV surtax as they are within the Tucson boundary. Not much, but a definite irritant and not the campground’s fault. It was not the rate, which upset me, but the misrepresentation of the Passport discount as applied, because they took advantage of Passport America and me.
Wow! Perfectly maintained campground with the easiest in/out ever. It is on the road but noise was acceptable. The Passport rate included 50 AMP, and free Wi-Fi. Level sites which was appreciated because our leveling jacks were inoperable. There are dividing fences between each site and there were no trees to scrape the sides of the MH or to drop sap on the roof or to block satellite reception. (Hey, we are old and did our duty of sleeping on the rocks in a tent in the 60's) Wonderful value and gracious hosts.
The rate is based on two nights on Passport and one night at regular rate. Very well maintained, road noise acceptable, very good water and excellent Wi-Fi (free). Easy on and easy off, a very good overnight campground. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a well maintained campground with many full time residents. Staff was friendly and the park was quiet. However, I resent the fact that this $25.00 campground used Tengo net for their internet provider. This pay for use internet is the most sub-standard service in the US and unusable most of the time. When I pay $40.00 for a $25.00 campground I expect free working wifi service. Very disappointed with this campground. When I left I looked to see if there were a hidden KOA sign somewhere.
We were caught in heavy rain, which slowed us to the point that we could not make it to our planned campground. We called Hubbard and they confirmed they had large, open, level spaces for a 40' motorhome. We arrived after dark and discovered this was a campground we had been to some 10 years earlier in our new 38' MH. We got stuck, the sites were so out of level our jacks would not level us enough to open slides and branches scratched the sides of our new MH. When I recognized the campground we left in a hurry. I wish they had been truthful about the condition of their campground. We spent the night at a nearby Flying J.
OK for overnight since the park next door (at $32.00) does not honor Camp Club in Oct. WiFi excellent, all else marginal but quite and OK for preparation for border crossing. They honor Passport all year except these days; 2/5-2/15.
Bare bones campground with the obligatory train track across the road. Great Wi-Fi, stable 50 Amp electric, friendly staff, fairly clean and certainly easy in/out as it was bordering the road. Would stay here again for a one-night stop because the price is right.
Noisy, unkempt, did I mention horrible traffic noise. Not to worry, it will be gone by next year as the place is up for sale and the commercial expansion in the area will probably swallow it up quickly, just as Tinley Park was. The Casino down the road had a fire in March/April? and it is no longer open. There are virtually no choices in the Chicago area to park and visit family there.
Camping Club memberships are worthless here unless you want only elec. 30Amp (this is their standard category) We damaged our stainless rock guard, but eventually got in the site and it was quite after the music shut down. This is a great site for kids and they were certainly having a blast. It was a pleasure to watch them. This is not for a mature audience. We went there to take advantage of CC membership- big mistake! If you have grand kids or small children this is the place to be but not if you are going for the benefits of CC. The Wi-Fi was good. It is Extremely hilly and their advertised stream is about the size of the one I see each morning when I awake. Each day we saw many Campgrounds we would have preferred, do your homework when traveling to Estes Park.
Great overnight park one half miles from I-80. Immaculately maintained! Very quite if you stay closed up, some road noise if opened up. Nice walks and easy access. Would definitely stay here again. $17 + $4 (day permit) for 50Amp service
Bare Bones with no trees, which is what we like, and there are no obstructions for our essential Internet connection. Seasonal workers everywhere but were very considerate when leaving and arriving. Great Campground if you need full power and no trees. We would definitely stay here again. Hosts were a pleasure and very efficient.
We have stayed here before but ownership has changed. I had to force them to honor the $22.00 rate advertised. They tried to charge me $32.00 claiming that the directories were wrong. mostly seasonals (90%). I saw two rvs enter and leave without staying. I will follow suit next trip through. This is a dump and declining daily, it has been purchased by a out of state firm? I won't stay here again.
YIKES!!! $39.00 "Keep On Adding"! We were in a bind and had no other choice. We always avoid KOAs because the price is outrageous but this was just too much especially for the location. Typical KoA, 40 minutes to check in as new hosts were being trained but, they were pleasant. I should have parked on the street! I will next time.
Horrible entrance, we had to twist over curb, then squeeze between buildings and finally devise a strategy to get into narrow spaces so we could open the slides. (We have a 40’ MH) They claim they are the least expensive in town? Quiet enough but will never stay here again. There are several seasonals here. I believe this is the old Budget Inn and RV Park.
The WiFi was stable, and the winter rates were appreciated. The road noise is distracting but is acceptable if one closes up at night. Their pet policy holds owners accountable which is a big plus or us. Many use this as their destination park for the winter but we enjoy it for the last and first stop when entering and exiting Mexico for the winter. We will stay there again.
Good overnight park with excellent Wi-Fi (we were next to the office), could not pull through due to trees which would not allow us to keep the car hooked-up when leaving. Caution: there is evidence in the upper branches (bark peeled from 2" diameter limbs) that someone did not have a good day when they left. Nicely maintained grounds. Road noise was tolerable considering the location and we would stay here again.
We were in a 40' MH and there was a 18" elevation from the front to rear jacks in the two spots we were assigned. The auto-leveling system would not override the terrain conditions. The sewer would only accept a half open valve setting, and still overflowed. Low Overhanging branches are a hazard to the antennas. We left without getting our money back-I would have paid another $14.00 just to leave. This is a good park for popups and small units, not for a forty foot Motorhome if you value your windshields, paint and antennas. This is a typical Passport park which is nicely suited for families in small units. Enter at your own peril.
By Mexican standards, we rate this very highly. It varies from one end of the park to another. Near the road it is noisy, especially on weekends. Water pressure and electric stability vary with the site. Ours is excellent, and we are in a 40' MH using both air-conditioners. Our electric is 30 amp with a 40 amp breaker, but that also varies with the site. Some are 15 amp with weak breakers. The pool is clean, but not heated. There is an on-site laundromat, storage units, and a motel. The park is fenced and has a night watchman at the gate. The WiFi is free and can be reached from all parts of the park with an outside antennae. The park is across the street from the beach.
Great overnight campground which gladly accepts Passport America. Very clean, some traffic noise as it borders Business I10. Would gladly stay there again for an overnight or if I had business in the area.
Our site was not level, our front wheels were off the ground and our bottom step was 20" from the ground. Although the campground was almost empty, we were were not allowed to extend two week rate for three extra days for week rate. Spas not opened, or closed early. Machines in laundry not repaired for days. Trash only picked up once a week. Exercise room not opened on time. Tengo internet not working again and could not get refund. City of Tucson and state taxes were $75.23 for 14 days! Most love this place, and I don't know why?
This is a quiet, secure 55+ park that is maintained in excellent condition. It offers a wide array of activities and comprehensive facilities. The very large pool is maintained at 84 degrees and has a handicapped-assist-chair. There is a large seasonal community of park models. A small percentage live here year round. The park is divided into pet and non-pet sections. We have stayed here off and on over the past eight years. As the years have passed, the average age of the people staying here has increased. This park is beginning to take on the appearance of a retirement community. The WiFi is provided by Tengo Net, and we find our connection being frequently dropped during peak usage periods. It is also maddeningly slow.