After reading the earlier reviews, we almost decided not to stay here. Glad we did, anyway. All sites are pull-throughs, a little narrow, but adequate. Most have a semblance of grass between sites. Rate I posted is the Passport America rate. All sites have full hook-ups. Check-in staff very friendly, we had no interaction with other staff. Lots of things for kids to see and do. Two restaurants on site. The park was dead quiet after dark, no rowdy parties. A perfectly adequate over night stop. We would stay here again.
Very adequate for an overnight or to explore the nearby mountains. Very friendly and professional staff. Long pull-throughs will accommodate the longest rigs. Easy on/off I-80. Gas stations nearby. Only downer was the dumpster was by the office, and our site was at the other end of the park. No big deal, though. Gravel interior roads, gravel sites with an attempt for grass by your site.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Cable TV only works on digital TVs; your converter won't work as you must borrow a special converter from the office (if it's open). The previous reviewer hit on the pull-throughs. Super narrow pads, arched front to back and side to side. A challenge to get parked and level. Lots of raised concrete curbs to eat your tires if you are not careful. I'll find another park, even for just an overnight stay.
A real gem adjacent to lots of sightseeing. Popular with Europeans in rental RVs. Adequate size spaces, all back-ins, center ones have a big grass yard behind them. Long Beach and LA bike trails go right by the park. Management was nervous about bike theft; we brought ours in each night. Only negative comment would be about the laundry - not too clean, old machines. We did no expect such a nice park in this area. We would come back again!
Totally full when we were here. Lots of kids, lots of tents in the tent area. Seemed to be a popular summer vacation spot. Lots of park sponsored activities, huge playground, Saturday band on the office patio, hay wagon rides. WiFi is provided by Tengo. Verizon signal is strong, internet 4G. Did I mention lots of kids? Drive very slow! For the amount of campers, park was very clean. A huge fenced in dog park is available.
This is a county recreation area - roads are paved, most sites are fairly level, albeit very close together. We were in Blue Jay 6, plenty long enough for our 36' coach and toad, but the trees made it the hardest back in spot we've been in our RV'ing history. Being July, the parks was full; we could only get one night. Lots of wildlife, too. Scenery was great but the lake is very low. Hiking trails all warn of bears and mountain lions. We saw lots of deer. Extra charge ($3.50 ea.) for our two dachshunds. No over-the-air TV or Verizon.
Parked was packed; I guess we were lucky to get one night there. Sites share a pedestal, one rig N-S, the other S-N. Adequate space between neighbors. Friendly staff, seemed like there were lots of rules and extra charges. It bills itself as "voted best medium size RV park in California" -- I think it was just OK. The beach is about 1 1/2 miles away, and that is an Off Road Vehicle beach. Oceano does not offer much in the way of beach community stuff, but Pismo Beach is nearby and Arroyo Grande is very close. There are lots of RV parks nearby, this is one of the nicer ones. There are hundreds of RVs stored nearby, too.
Mostly filled with permanent campers. Lady who checked us in had no personality, park workers friendly and full of information. There were two long pull through sites, we had one of them. There is grass by the sites. The park is surrounded by farm fields; when we were there it was very windy and dusty. Oh yes, a nearby train track and HWY 101 are a 100' away. An OK overnite stop, but price seemed out of line.
This is an old park, 50 years old, according to manager. The spaces next to the lake do not have sewer hookups, while the spaces across the road do. Not all spaces have 50 amps, be sure to ask. We stayed in #14, which had 50 amps and a cement patio. However, site was so short, patio was not at our door. Also patio was much higher than parking area -- don't run your tires into the edge! Manager was very helpful, the lake is beautiful, and there is a great bike trail on the west side.
What a find! Our new "must stay" when traveling Hwy 99. Good spacing, paved interior roads, sand parking, ample room for slide outs, a restaurant/grill on site (good food, too), long pull thrus - Just a really nice park. Their map/info page is labeled "Guidelines For A Pleasant Stay" instead of "Rules". I think that pretty well sums up the management. We will stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and two small dogs. We stayed here about five years ago and decided not to return. However, with family nearby and favorable reviews, we gave it another chance. Glad we did, as there have been many improvements and it is now a nice park. We had grass on both sides, ample room for slide outs, and a site that was easy to get level in. Restrooms, while clean, are old, but I'm told that is this winter's remodel. We'd stay here again.
You might ask - "How can it be a 10 without sewer hookups?" Easy -- sites are spacious, paved, and wide enough to park your car next to your rig. At least 20' separation between sites, and landscaped mounds and to the feeling of privacy. Close to downtown, yet on the water. Good over the air TV. Well maintained, and the lady who checked us in could not have been more helpful. The kind of park where we wished we could have stayed a month. We would go out of our way to stay here again.
I can't add too much to the previous review. The river is part of the Erie Canal and occasionally gets some interesting traffic. The person who checked us in was very friendly and accommodating. She took our reservation over the phone and did not ask for a credit card -- just asked us to call her if our plans changed. The interior roads feature some very tight turns -- a challenge if you want to avoid driving on the grass. AC voltage is low, we measured 112 V at our site, # 57. Every thing seemed to work OK, though. Lots of room between sites -- a very pretty park. We'd stay here again.
Park was bought by current owners two years ago. Great family, very helpful. Sites are grassy, huge for an RV park. Lots of seasonals, but everyone made us feel welcome. Out in the country - very quiet. About 8 miles from shopping. Several over the air TV stations available. We would stay here again.
Don't know how this gets such high ratings by Good Sam. Big rig sites are east-west, and very close together. Restrooms and showers were clean, but old. Laundry facilities were barely adequate, with two of the six dryers out of order. Lots of recycle containers around the campground, but one dumpster for garbage near the office. Staff friendly and helpful with tips for the Cabot Trail.
I agree with the previous reviews. We had a site facing the road, only busy on the weekend. Pretty quiet otherwise, and a great view of the bay. Very restful watching the tide come and go. Very convenient for nearby attractions. Large grocery store and Canadian Tire north on the main highway and towards Halifax. Owners great -- and PPA discount all season long. They even permit car and rig washing. We would stay here again.
Note that rate is for full hookups, 50 amps. Also, be aware that there is 13% tax on top of the rate. That being said, this is a nice park, landscaping underway, but our row (one back from the water) had grass between each site and sites were roomy enough. A bike trail goes near the camp and you can bike to Fredricton (Be sure to wear your helmet - local law) and nearby restaurants. Canoes and kayaks are for rent. Access is great, even a huge area for hookups if you don't do it at your site. Yes, lots of seasonal folks, but there was plenty of river view available. Everyone was very friendly. We'd stay here again.
Rate is weekly rate. Mostly seasonal units -- I counted about 7 overnight sites, and some would be mostly for tents. No 50 amp service, but we were allowed to use a cheater plug. Voltage was mostly in the 108 V range. A very family friendly park with lots of activities for kids and grownups. Every one seemed to know one another. Not a park for the average RV'er to overnight. We were visiting friends in the area and it was the closest to them. Lots of trees -- satellite TV probably impossible, antenna TV pulled in two channels. Saturday night DJ and dancing, ended at 10:00 PM. Owner very friendly and helpful.
Rate reflects Passport America discount plus 30 amps and cable TV (which, by the way, is very good!). Free wi-fi. Clean area, friendly hosts, quite a few seasonal folks, nothing to complain about. We'd stay here again. Would have given them a "9" if they had sewer hookups at the site.
Rate is daily rate with tax, stay six nights, seventh is free. We were in the new section, lots of newly laid gravel, areas between sites newly seeded grass, some growing better than others. Did not use the wireless, Verizon internet slow, phone OK. Cable TV at all sites, but my converter and older (non-digital) TV wouldn't work on the cable. CBS and PBS OK on the antenna, NBC very marginal. Very long pull throughs, no need to unhook. We decided to use this campground to visit Pittsburgh and the Frank Lloyd Wright houses, all about 45 minutes away. The owner was very friendly, and a store/office that doubles as a museum. We's stay here again.
Friendly managers (full timer's), lots of well kept grass, gravel sites. Eight pull-throughs in front, probably reserved for over-nighters, lots more spaces in back, some shaded. In the country, very faint freeway noise, no trains, no nearby traffic. Golf driving range in the park. Really could not ask for a nicer place to spend a night or a few days. We'd definitely stay here again. Be alert for the small sign at the intersection leading to the park!
A transportation junkies dream! Railroad tracks right outside the park, and I-70 100 yards away. Frontage road and a highway on the other sides! Noisy? This place defines noisy. Also motorcycles and ATV's. Lots of permanent sites, older rigs - thought we were getting into a "Deliverance" campground! Big sign at the gate "No Guard Dogs". A pit bull tied to a golf cart passed us almost immediately. Something good to say? A great spot to watch Norfolk Southern trains and count the semis on I-70. We will not stay here again.
A good overnight stop. Three sites are pull-through with 50 amps. The rest are back in, with only 30 amps. Gravel interior roads and sites, mostly level. Lots of space between them. Water available as you come in to the park on the left. I didn't see a dump station. Over the air TV good. Verizon Mi-Fi has good 4G service. Wal-Mart a short distance east.
Interior roads are gravel, and sites are mostly level. Over-the-air TV is excellent. Verizon hot spot works well. Rate was with Good Sam discount and a small cash discount, water and electricity only. A dump station is nearby and handy. We shared a pedestal with another rig - one faced east, the other west. Our slide outs were very close, but we had lots of room on the other side. Seems to be many rigs here for the summer. We were just overnight. Swimming pool was not open yet. We'd stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and an additional 5% discount for cash. Must be summer rate, I guess. Long, level, gravel sites. Freeway noise, but is mostly a whoosh as evening sets in. Plenty of nearby trash barrels instead of an overflowing dumpster. No train noise. Cable TV is great -- about 70 channels. Verizon internet good.
As far as I am concerned, just an overnight park. Site are close, one unit faces north, the next south, you share the pedestal. The casino is a fair walk away. Worst feature is the sewer - just an open hole, approx. one foot square. We got better TV using the aerial than the cable. Dog parks were pretty foul, but clean of droppings.
Previous reviewer comments still valid. $25 fee is for water and electricity, $20 for only one of them. A mixture of campers -- tents to motor homes. Pull through spaces too short for RV & car, but plenty of extra parking available. Nearest laundry is on Main street, not too far. Over-the-air TV reception very good. Verizon MiFi worked well. Best to carefully choose your spot, rather than have the host assign it, as some are narrow, short, and have trees in the way.
Price reflects fees for two dogs. Paved roads and sites. About 10' separates the sites. Good WiFi, Verizon internet spotty, phones good. Very clean, friendly staff, great common room. Water view if you get at the upper area. All but a few sites pull thru. Very good cable TV.
Rate reflects weekly Good Sam rate. Thought it might be less as the season is over, but not. .We stayed in the overnight or weekly area, pull through, all hookups, all gravel. Verizon works well in 4G. As we were here by ourselves, we had plenty of room. Laundry (takes prepaid cards only) and pool very close. Pool is great for actual swimming, open 'til 10:00. Pets are welcome; waste bags all over, and an off-leash and dog wash area close by. Cable has about 12 channels; networks come in better off of the antenna. We were there for dentist visits in Mexico. Security folks and office very welcoming. Definitely a snowbird park, as are all the Yuma RV parks.
I'll second (or third) the previous comments. No way can you beat the location and price. Only down side is the long walk (or drive) to the restrooms/showers. Easier to be self contained. Host's are super friendly. Location is good for seeing all of the surrounding area, including Sleeping Bear Dunes. A previous reviewer said the dump station was awkward: it points you to a very tight left turn to get back to the campground. Easily remedied by backing up, or turning across the grass. We'd stay here again.
Plenty of level, grassy sites, water and electricity at the sites, you share the pedestal with your neighbor: one rig headed east, the other west. A distant freeway noise, but not very noticeable. Close to the Henry Ford (20 minutes), and near enough to downtown Detroit. Price reflects Good Sam discount. We were here between events, and the park was pretty empty. Hard to beat for the price and location. Check-in staff very welcoming.
Last year's reviewer pretty much hit it on the head. When we arrived, our reserved spot was occupied, but the owner put us in another OK. It is an old campground, but clean and scenic. We did not use the bathroom/shower, but when I checked one, the floor was soaked from all of the showers. The owners grandson tore around on an ATV: annoying, but otherwise quiet and serene. Good location for touring local sights.
A few sites have waterway views, most don't. 50 amp service is available; however, you get 30 amps & water, or 50 amps and no water. Dump station is handy and easy to access. The city swimming beach is nearby, in walking distance. All roads are paved, and RV sites are level. Big rigs fit OK. Restroom/shower does have a washer/dryer and uses quarters. Boat launch is included as is free Wi-Fi. Cable TV at all sites, excellent channel offering. We shared water hookup (separate spigots) with another rig, but needed all of our hoses to hook up. Lots to see and do in the area -- good spot to make your headquarters! I would have rated it a 10 if there were sewer hook ups.
Some sites have a sewer hookup -- ours didn't. Campground is on a hillside, some roads are paved, most are narrow but easily navigated. Our site was pretty private, shaded (not all are), and reasonably level. Lots of "Don't" signs all over the campground, makes one feel like you are not really welcome. The owner, while personable enough to us, seems like he has owned the campground too long and feels most campers are not the brightest people in the world. The campground is well located for sightseeing in the area. I thought the charge was a bit high for what was offered.
Mostly permanent and seasonal, about 20 transient sites. Sites are long (no need to unhook), but narrow. Care is needed to pull into a site as there are big pines to pull through. Rate is with Good Sam discount and 50 amp service. Access roads are paved and adequate; transient sites are sand/grass. A perfectly OK overnight park! Nice surprise: We weren't given a big sheet of do's and don't's! Guess they figure their RV'ers are adults and know what to do.
Downside: Only ten 50 amp full hookup sites, the rest are electric only. The dump station, right across from us, had a water hose to flush your sewer pipe, and another with potable water, to fill your tank. However, everyone, including the staff honey wagon, used the potable water hose to flush their sewer hose. Most put the hose into the end of their sewer hose. Otherwise, it's a great park for kids. More stuff to do than you can imagine. Just arrive with a full fresh water tank! Lots of grass, shade trees, float trips on the Sugar river. Lots of staff and LOTS of kids!
An OK overnight RV park. Weird pull-through directions: Owner makes you pull out into a county road, then reenter the park when most of us could simply turn into the space. Owner told me I might be able to use Verizon air card if I was lucky, otherwise wireless was $1.00 extra. Verizon was bad; when I went back to the office to buy the wireless, owner was gone, office was locked and no one ever came back. They have some of the most restrictive pet rules I've ever seen. Owner was cordial when we checked in, but never saw them again. Probably would not stay here again. Park did have plenty of grass, sites were plenty long, although there were only two of overnights there.
As other reviewers have said,this is a newer park,lots of grass, sites are plenty wide (we did not feel crowded. One of the most refreshing things was not getting a list of do's and don'ts! They expect people know how to behave and what to do with their pets! We found the Verizon air card worked well. A good location to explore the area, even to Eureka Springs. The $35 rate is with the Good Sam discount. We did not know there there was a Campground Host until the night we left, and we were there for four days.
Long pull through sites - should accommodate anything legal to drive. Owners friendly. Gravel roads, gavel sites, but grass all around! Great to see after coming from the west! High water pressure - use a reducer (and the owners remind you). Freeway audible, but not bothersome. Lots of trees between the park and the freeway. No trains! Don't know if this is a Official RV Park? Laundry room very clean - two washers/ two dryers. A few long term rigs, but mostly short termer or overnight. Two sewer hookups per site - everyone should be able to get close enough. We'd stay here again while in the Abilene area.
Outstanding park to camp in - overnight or for a few days. Park Rangers are very friendly and helpful. Access roads and sites are paved. However, the pavement at the sites is narrow. You might step out into sand. The sand is not like ocean sand. It doesn't stick to shoes or dogs. The wind erases most tracks in the dunes, bur after a calm night, the sand is covered in animal tracks. Night time star viewing is spectacular. This is a very dark place! Over-the-air TV is remarkably good. Our Verizon air card worked OK, but a little slow. We would stay here again!
Was listed on the Passport America site, but has since dropped that discount, although most other clubs have a 10% discount. Noted rate reflects that. Escapees get a monster discount -- their rate is less than $18. Some sites have shade trees and grass, others are gravel. Fairly wide back-ins, trees no problem with awnings or slides. Friendly and helpful staff. We'd stay here again.
A snowbird park, really empty now. Many permanent places, lots of what appears to be RV storage on the sites. Very narrow back-ins, trees at the front of some sites interfere with awnings and slides. Staff was very friendly and went out of their way to make sure we faced the way we desired (refrigerator on north side). Distant train noise, not a problem, though. Rate is Passport America. We were there in February, too - very full and crowded. Better be friendly with your neighbor then!
Whats not to like? Great park, friendly staff, spacious spaces. Pretty empty this time of year. Rate reflects Passport America price. Large gravel on the sites. Dog area is just outside the park wall. We've been here before, will come again.
Not really more than a gravel parking lot with hook ups. Convenient to I 15. We had a great view of an overflowing dumpster that was losing trash as a breeze came up. When notified, the staff took care of the blowing trash -- but the garbage was still piled way over the top of the dumpster. Not worth the money, in my opinion. Hardly a "Resort"!
The other reviewers hit it on the nose. Shady, quiet, roomy enough, level, clean, and friendly staff. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Pull through was long enough for our 36' M/H and toad -- did not have to unhook. I think a great find!
Great staff, accommodating for bigger rigs. Site are narrow, easy to get level, but do not leave much room for picnicking or walking around your rig due to terracing on a steep hill. Tent area looked especially nice. Laundry and rec room very good. Views over surrounding area great. Close to Rapid City. Rate was summer high, Good Sam discount. We'd stay here again.
First the good news: If you get a pull through, last row south, you have a nice view of Wyoming grassland. And the train tracks are about a half mile north, hardly noticeable. Our space was long enough that we did not have to unhook the toad, and easily leveled the rig. The sewer hookup was hiding under a rock that we almost drove over, and the water hookup was in the next site. It would have required laying the hose over the driveway of the next site and hoping no one drove over it. Luckily we had enough fresh water on board, and were not planning to dump. Near the hookup side, it appeared a former camper had dumped their gray water (at least I hope it was gray water) directly on the ground from the amount of grease on the gravel. Time to take the dogs for a walk: watch out for the dogie land mines in the driveway! I realize some of this reflects on the campers, but you'd think the owners would check the areas occasionally. Nope, we would not stay here again. And I read that the other park in Gillette is worse!
A jewel of a find! Spacious sites, great views of the Columbia river, full hookups, good over the air TV, lots of grass and mature trees. Pull through sites are an arc off the main road, adequate for a 38' motor home to stay hooked up to a toad. Nice walking path along the river. Seems to be well maintained. A perfect overnight from the Portland area. Interior roads are a little tight, but pose no problem. Chill out, watch the tow boats go by!
Huge number of permanent and semi permanent sites. 10 pull thru sites for overnight, 10+ more back-ins. Water and 50 amps at our site, cable TV listed, but not available at our site. Dump station nearby. Some paved interior roads, some gravel. Gravel sites, grass in between. $10 additional pet charge, $6 additional guest vehicle. Lots of rules, seem to be not enforced for the permanent residents. There is a one-way tunnel prior to the entrance; it has a 14' clearance. It was convenient for our purpose, but I would not stay here again.
Very friendly welcome when checking in. Park has gas and propane service, some of the lowest gas prices around (if you leave your debit card in the office while filling up: they consider it the same as cash for the low price.) Sites wide enough, cement tracks to park on and test your driving skill! Good Sam discount. Handy to Carson City. Nice pet area and fishing pond.
A just OK park: a little expensive for what is offered. No discounts available, office does not have a store attached. Seemed to be a lot of pretty permanent RV's here. Office friendly enough. We were here for just a overnight stop. Access inside the park was very good for big rigs. Blacktop roads and sites, cement patios, otherwise sand. Grass dog park area!
A nice, clean, scenic park. Only down side is the fact it is on the side of a hill, and each site has a fairly steep bank on the hookup side. We were unable to use our street side bins when the slide was out. We were here only two days: used it to visit LA area attractions.
An older park, very many permanent residents. Staff could not have been friendlier or nicer. They gave us a site that had exactly what we needed. A little noise from the air base, but no freeway or train noise. We were here for dental work at Los Algodones; the park is convenient for that. A fine overnight park! Rate is Good Sam discount.
OK park for an overnight stay. Seems to be about five spaces for rent, the rest appear to be folks living in the park. Long pull through spaces: we did not have to unhook the toad. The park seemed clean and orderly with no railroad nearby, so doesn't qualify as an official RV park! Cable TV was very good. Water pressure seemed high so use a reducer.
Long pull through sites, shady back ins. Staff is friendly, park is clean and interior roads are good gravel. Cable TV has lots of channels and good reception. Driveway off of state highway is gravel: at first glance, we weren't sure if we made the turn correctly. Shopping center nearby. We'd stay here again.
A fun, twisty road getting into the campground, but once there, interior roads were very good gravel. Staff was very friendly and helpful: when I noted to the gentleman who parked me that the adjoining spot where our friends were going to park looked like they would have a tough time leveling, he brought an end loader full of gravel and built the site up. Rate is for Passport. We could not believe they honored the 50% off during what we thought was peak season! Sites are adequately sized and shady, with the trees cut back so they do not scratch your rig. There are about four or five premium big rig sites newly concreted and without trees for the satellite crowd, but the included cable TV has somewhere around 60 channels, should be enough for anyone. Branson traffic is heavy; we used the colored bypass roads and had no problems.
A no frills campground, but with everything you need. $17 rate was Passport with 50 Amp service. Owner was very friendly, took time to come by and introduce herself as she was elsewhere in the park when we arrived. Well maintained grassy area, no trees, good over the air TV service, Verizon works exceptionally well (tower directly across freeway), some freeway noise but not bothersome, train track nearby, but only one train came by during our stay. Great scenery all around. We'd stay here again, but not during the Sturgis Rally!
Really well maintained. Paved streets and gravel sites with grass area for each site. Wi-fi struggled with heavy use, is super protected from bad (adult) sites. Very nice paved riverside path. Only dumpster is near entrance to park. Limited 50 Amp service, seemed to be in use by rigs spending the summer there. Nasty speed bumps - take them very slow! Two over-the-air TV stations available. Nice laundry - $2.00 Canadian to wash.
Quiet, grassy, gravel interior roads, and level sites. Owner very friendly. Rate was Passport America with 50 Amp service. Don't know about the wi-fi as we use Verizon Air Card. Many tent sites, some on the river bank. Owner says the campground is full only during the Bike Rally (Sturgis) in August. Lots of cottonwood trees, but trimmed back so as not to interfere with slide outs. According to campground literature, only six sites have 50 Amp service. Only a few over-the-air TV stations available. Put in/Take out canoe available in the river. Railroad track adjacent to campground (this makes it an official RV Park), but no trains went by while we were there. Seemed to be no one living in the park. We'd stay there again.
Located at 1111 E. Pickering Rd., N of Shelton on Hwy 3. Has good gravel interior roads, roomy, level, gravel and grass sites. Has very friendly owners: we were allowed to pick our site. Seems like 10 units lived here full time. Has excellent cable TV service. Lots of trees in the area, but nearby ones were trimmed high and did not interfere with slide outs or awnings. Was a clean and quiet RV park. Rained a lot when we were here, so very little outdoor activity noticed. Verizon worked well for phone and internet.
Park has fairly wide spaces, and there are maybe 60+ units that are living here. Short timers seem to stay at the front. The residents are friendly. Has a large laundry room, however the dryers are not the cleanest. There are lots of unfriendly signs: no "Pleases," just "Don't". Everything is recycled. Located close enough to the Evergreen Air & Space Museum, a must see. Was easy in and out, with paved interior roads and spaces. Pets are OK to use the grass at your site. It was very quiet.
Rate would be less if you have, or apply for a "Players Club Card" at the casino. Also would get you a discount for fuel at the casino's station. Really a plush park with everything available you could think of, including an indoor pool and hot tub. Only possible negative is they ask you not to let pets use the grass around your site as a bathroom, but pet areas are not well marked and the one enclosed pet run is way down at one end of the park, a fair distance from the other end. Staff is great, landscaping is beautiful, parking and maneuvering is easy. Rated 10-10-10 in Trailer Life. We'd recommend it and will stay here again next time in the area.
One of the best in the country! There is astroturf throughout, paved spaces, and adequate room between spaces. WiFi is available, but Verizon air card and cell works great. Staff was very friendly, even escorts you to your space and helps you park. Trees are short (no shade) but recently trimmed to be out of your slide's way. Has three dog runs, no charge for visitors. New Scheels store nearby makes for a great visit, the Sparks Marina is a great place to stroll around. Sierra views, little freeway noise, occasional airplane noise. Rate do go up during special events. Has a clean laundry.
One of the best in California. Stunning views, adequate space between sites, all grass and paved sites, nice walking trail. Great clubroom, great for clubs or groups. No charge for extra guests. Has a small laundry room. Very young trees, so no shade. There is a free shuttle to the casino (one mile away) every 20 minutes. Only enough street lighting to see the road, great area for stargazing. Close to the Shenandoah Valley wine country. Daily newspaper included, and has free wireless internet.
Very friendly park, 20% park models, but all are made to feel very welcome. Favorite of many snowbirds, some have been coming here for many years -- this is our 5th season. More activities than you can participate in and the four spas and two swimming pools are wonderful. Downside is it is 40 miles from the nearest Wal-Mart, but the park has a store and fresh veggies are brought in twice a week.
All back in sites, some with outdoor kitchens (not hooked up to propane), some with cabanas, but not always on the side your door is on. Heavy vegetation, often interfering with slide outs, but staff is very helpful to trim as needed. Dog friendly, but few places to give dogs a chance to walk off pavement. Dog washing station with hot and cold water and two sinks. Plenty of dog waste bags and disposal containers located throughout the park. Great facility for rallies with a large meeting room. TV worked with RV antenna, but only analog signals available: turn off your converter!
It is a Passport America park, thus the $16 rate. All sites are grass, most side by side. 50 amp service is not available at all sites. The hosts are very friendly and helpful. The Rio Grande flows next to the park, just a short walk away. This park is a real find, and the Passport America affiliation just makes it that much nicer. You could dry camp on the river bank if you were so inclined. A great stop in central Colorado. Excellent cable TV. A few blocks of dusty gravel road getting back to the park.
What a find! We were only here one night, should have planned more. A Passport America park(one night), lots of shade trees, but high enough not to interfere with slides or tops of campers. Sites available without trees for satellite users. Good cable, wide sites with grassy area, huge grassy area in park, a short walk to the Snake River, also a fishing pond requiring no license. Moderate freeway noise, but not objectionable. Very friendly staff and welcomed Passport America members.
This is a good overnight park. The owner is very friendly and the park is fairly clean and well maintained. Local scenery is a big bank that the river has cut away. Fishing is available, and there are plenty of walking trails. Train tracks are nearby: very audible! The grass was dead. The owner let us clean the eastern Montana grasshoppers off the front of the M/H, but would charge for water if we wanted to wash the whole rig.
Great owners, they really made you feel welcome. A smallish park with adequate sized sites, close to all local attractions. It was well maintained. There is lots of room for dogs to run, also a closed-in dog park.
Family owned and run campground. Nice people, but park was pretty run down: very casual maintenance. The laundry room was very dirty, we had to sweep it out prior to using it. Nightly country music from a Wyoming couple. We would stay at the other campground in Medora next time.
We camped in a newer section, thus trees were very small. However, they did not get in the way of slides and awnings! There is a nice paved perimeter road, great for walking or biking, about 1 1/2 miles around. Very friendly owners and work kampers here. A section of grass for each site, watered every night. One of the cleanest and nicest laundry rooms we have ever encountered in an RV park. The river has a swimming beach, and the lake Coeur 'D Alene is spectacular!