Normal rate with tax would be $50 a night, but we received a Good Sam's discount. They charge by length which is high considering they would only give us 30 amp when 50 amp was available. Stayed one night in a grass field with little to mark sites. Services were good, did not use the WiFi. When you enter, you have to drive up a very steep, narrow, rough drive, broken asphalt and gravel road to register. With our weight and 40 ft length, had to use four wheel drive to climb the hill. Good for an over night, but not for a long stay.
We were going to stay here, had reservations, but cancled them after seeing the park. There is no facilities at all, none, nada, zip, zero. The public can and do, park in the camp ground. The beach is right there, but the public is too. We felt that there would be no privacy or security for our rig. We wanted to camp on the beach, but did not want to risk everything.
We stayed here on a recommendation of our friends and we where glad we stayed. Very nice park, over 100 yards off the road, very quiet, plenty of space, easy in and out with the biggest rigs. Very clean bath house, laundry area, and pool. They honor Pass Port America during the week, $20 a night. Close to many sites, including the beach and Casinos.
Well maintained, well run park. Some full time residents in a separate area. The cleanest bath house we have seen in awhile. Sites a bit close, roads are narrow, but navigable ( 40' RV ). This is a stop off point for many people only staying one night. I would say around a 50% turn over every day. I would stay again if in the area again.
As expected, a fantastic and relaxing stay! Sites are spacious and spaced out very well for a private atmosphere. Paved roads and sites. Temps were in the low 90's while in the valley, Paris, temps were 110*. Very enjoyable, lots of hiking and bicycling. We will return.
While we did not stay here, we drove through and talked with the ranger and camp host. Very clean park, well laid out. We have driven by here several times on our way to Mt. Magazine 9 miles away. This is a primitive park, no hook ups at all. They do allow generators during the day, but was told they are very strict for night time hours. We would give it a try in cooler months, not during 100* heat.
Small city park, spacious sites, secluded sites, on site laundry, (something you see in state or federal parks). Nearby lake, hiking, bicycling, sports complex etc.. Well maintained and an exceptional value at the standard rate of $15 a night. We stayed in a 40' rig and had plenty of room and no hint of trouble setting up. Would definitely stay here again.
They are closed from the flood still. But, they are working on getting close to being back open. Looks like they are about finished with rebuilding the laundry and shower house. Did not stay here, but walked around the park.
Nice city park. A lot of full time residents. Some routes in the park are not big rig friendly, we are 57' long hooked ready to tow. I would suggest you walk or have them take you by golf cart to your site to confirm you can get through with your rig. There is multiple ways to get around the park for access. Would return again.
Beautiful park! Stayed over New Years. Lots of hiking, very peaceful, and very easy access. The water was shut off for the season at the sites. But we were told that water was available at the visitor center at the entrance to the park. Will return again.
we arrived, we did not get the sites that we were told we had reservations and confirmation #'s for. I was told we don't guarantee specific sites. Why the confirmation #'s with the site #'s??? Any ways, after check in and paying for our stay, I was informed that the owner is having his annual fish bake tomorrow night and the whole city and any one else that wanted to come was welcome, including us! I asked how many was expected, last year they had over 700 people show up and ran out of fish early. And it is free to every one! This all was taking place in front of our site! I said I was not told about this at the time I made reservations in May, they said oh well. Being the only place big enough with full hook ups in the area, we were stuck. I asked about how they were going to handle the traffic and parking, they said don't worry about it, you will not have an issue at your site. Well we were very surprised when the festivities started and took place. It was very organized, parking was regulated very strictly to the designated area on the other side of the park, even though the band was almost in front of us, they were respectful and played music that was not offensive or acid rock type. The crowded never came close to getting out of hand. I actually met the owner/host, very pleasant person and seemed to be very community oriented. At 10 minutes after 10:00, the band was silent. And by 10:30 the crowd was gone and all was quiet. The staff picked up a little and retired for the evening. We were impressed. It rained every day of our stay, sometimes very hard. The drainage could be improved, water did run through our site and the ones next to us. Once the rain quit, the puddles disappeared quickly, there was some mud, but you could avoid it for the most part. We will stay again, and might even plan for the fish bake.
Despite the previous reviews, this is a good place to stop for a night or two. We found the staff very friendly, the grounds clean and neat, services where good. It is off the highway about a half mile, road noise was minimal, but half the sites are just off the access road. There is plenty of room between you and the road. The only traffic down this road was to the RV park. We would stay again.
Typical over priced KOA. Easy access, easy to find, but that is about it. Very tight sites, you barely enough space for the picnic table between sites, but that is it. The staff very friendly, well stock office with goodies and RV supplies. Free continental breakfast of store bought doughnuts, cold cereal , and coffee. The owners have a catering service delivered to your door if you don't want to cook dinner. There is not close places to eat at either. Most likely won't stay again. mainly over value for the money spent.
Despite what others have said, they are quite pet friendly. Yes they are strict on where you pet does its thing, but that is only because they don't want their sites to smell like a toilet. They get very little rain, and that is required to dissipate the waste. By having it in a localized area, they can deal with it. Every day someone is making sure it is clean and they spray it every day. Everything is very neat, clean, organized and very pleasant. The laundry facilities are the cleanest we have ever seen! Would definitely stay here again when ever in Vegas, even at full price! Just 1.5 mile off the highway, and very easy to find and get into.
We found this park via Passport America. Good overnight, but I would go elsewhere if I was in Amarillo for any time. Staff super friendly, park is clean, and good power. Water pressure is over 60 PSI and notice that some of the sewer connections where a little high. But, this was formally a mobile home park that has been converted. You have to drive over the curb to get in all of the sites for trailers. After spending $800 to straighten and align our axles, I was very leery. Had to block the curb and drive on the side walk on the opposite side ( we are 57' long hooked up ) to get a straight approach to go over the curb with out dragging a tire sideways over it. There are a lot of permanent residents, about 50%. There is no grass at any of the sites, mostly small gravel, and few trees.
Absolutely our favorite campground. Lots of hiking trails, beautiful overlooks, places to bicycle, and best of all, very quite and peaceful at night. And another thing, it gets very dark (no street lights), you would be amazed at the stars you can see.
This park was nice and clean, well manicured. Everything we saw and used was great. Great staff and all. I would give this park a 10 for that. But the sites are not for big rigs, I could not get into my site because someone had their tow vehicle sticking out in the road because there was not enough room in his site. I had to drive around and drive through the site behind us to get in our site. My 40' fifth wheel was slightly in the road on the back end and the truck was in the road on the front end. The roads where too narrow for a RV park. I had the camper in front of us move his toad so I didn't have to back out. That is why the low score.