We picked this park because it was on the PA list. It was a bit spooky at first. There was an old broken down motel on the property that reminded me of the Bates Motel in the movie Psycho. Some old run down RVs in the lot, too. The owner was very nice. We just used electric. There was no sewer. Decided to just spend one night, so didn't even plug into the water, just spent the night and left. Noisy because close to highway, but quieted down at night. Probably would not stay here again.
We stayed here because of the great rate (Passport America) and because the park did not have bad reviews. It was not fancy, but it was level, gravel w/little grass on sides, and Wi-Fi worked well. Easy to get in and out of sites. Office people were nice. There was a little road noise, but quieted down at night. Horses next door which were fun to watch, but I think a few more flies and wasps maybe because of that. Convenient to Custer State Park which is a super park! Must do all those scenic drives.
When you pull into this RV Park, you can't see the sites and you wonder what this park will be like, but we really enjoyed our secluded site. It wasn't a real busy time when we came. It was very quiet. Pretty setting, horses nearby, and very close to the Mesa Verde Nat Park. Sites were level, gravel, hook ups in perfect spots, and Wi-Fi worked (little slow). Nothing real fancy, but we enjoyed our stay and would stay again.
This is a nice park with a great view of the red rock. The location is convenient for going to Arches/Canyonlands. Nice gravel, concrete patio, needed 1 block to level our RV. Moab is an expensive place to stay (but a great place and we love the area) so you end up paying. I think this park is very high priced for what you get because there are not a lot of extras. And, they add on several taxes which is probably not their fault. Price above is with taxes. Wi-Fi did not work well.
This park is a bit shocking when you first pull up because it is so bare and a huge gravel open area. Nothing fancy. However, we got 2 nights at PA rate of $12.50 and one night at $25 (reg price). Can't hardly beat that! Everything worked, free WIFI, good size sites, and level. Nice at the office. It worked well for us. Word of caution: Hard to get to with GPS. Just go down a few blocks and come around. Nice walking trail nearby. I would stay here again.
This park worked well for overnight. They gave us 15% off for seniors. Nice people in the office. The spaces were level and pull-thru; however, the electric was in the front which was inconvenient. There were a lot of trains nearby. It was pretty much a big gravel parking lot, but I think it was one of the nicer parks in the area, so not a bad choice for the night.
This was a nice park. Quiet, mature trees, clean, and had grass. The sites were level. There wasn't a lot of room to get into your site since the streets were not that wide and people had their vehicles parked close to the road (because there wasn't a lot of extra room for your vehicle), but manageable to get in if careful. It appeared there were a lot of people who lived at the park on a permanent basis including kids. Wi-Fi cut out quite a bit. We stayed a couple of nights and it worked fine.
There is nothing fancy about this park, but it works well as a place to stay in route or while visiting Yellowstone. It is quiet. The spaces are gravel with some grass on the sides. Sites are level and long. There is adequate space between sites. They had WI-FI and cable TV for free.
We stayed here with a group and they gave us all spaces near each other and the use of the small club house. The club house was very nice and clean. The sites were spacious and fairly nice, nothing real fancy. They were easy to get in and out. There was considerable road noise since we were in the part of the park near the highway. We were within walking distance to the Cedars Floating Restaurant and I would highly recommend it. I would stay here again although I might look for a different park next time I stay in that area.
This park is just fine, nothing exceptional. The sites were level and easy to get in and out. There is lawn and the park seems clean. The pools are for kids because they are very, very shallow. We stayed here overnight and would stay again overnight on our way to another destination.
This park was situated in a nice quiet area with a view of the red rock. The park had cabins, tent spots and RV sites. Our site was gravel/dirt, trees, wide and long. It was easy to access and leave. Free WI-FI. Torrey is a darling town and this park was convenient to visit Capitol Reef and other pretty sights. I would recommend this park. Diablo Cafe in Torrey was wonderful!
We stayed here three nights and it worked fine. We had a back-in site which was plenty wide and long, gravel, and level with a tree for shade. Wi-Fi was free and worked. The pool looked nice but we didn't use it. Reasonably quiet: could hear the highway a little in the early morning. It was pretty quiet at night.
This was a one night stay for us and it worked, but there was a lot of highway noise. The managers/owners were very nice and did a good job of making nice bathrooms and laundry facility, neither we used. The sites were gravel. They were easy to get in and out of.
You couldn't beat the price and it wasn't a bad experience. We stayed here two days. As the other reviewers say, it isn't fancy, but we stayed in the row back from the road and it was quiet at night. The 2 free margaritas were nice. If I were in Ely, I'd stay again. The train museum is worth the price and close.
We stayed here for one night when passing through the area. It worked well. The park is nothing fancy, but everything worked. The site was fairly level, gravel, quiet, close to the highway and the Wi-Fi worked. The owners were not in the office for the three times we checked, so we had to leave an envelope with our money in the slot the next morning. There were no self-registration envelopes.
We stayed in the Quail Run Section because that was what was assigned to us and we had never been here. We had a semi-view of the lake. Our site was not level at all. We were slopping down hill. We put blocks on the truck and one side of the Fifth Wheel, but were still not level. It worked for one night. Wi-Fi worked well and was free. Sites are paved with a little patio area. The park was about 85% full. Not sure why it is such a big attraction, I guess because it is the only water nearby. It looked rather dry to us.
This park is about 10 miles south of Albuquerque and owned by the casino. They have a golf course and 2 man-made lakes you can fish in. Nice area for a walk. Our site was gravel, pull-through and level. There is a small concrete patio with a table and grill, but they are in a strange location, at the front section of your site on the right, not on the door side nor near the door. The Wi-Fi worked well and was free. The staff was nice. The train does run just outside of the park, but it does not run at night. It does start up about 4:45. We stayed 3 nights and didn't find the train too annoying. The park worked well for us. We got a one-time special of 3 nights for the price of 2.
We really liked this park. The man who was in the office when we came was very friendly and helpful. We got a premium site which is a concrete pad and a little grass and table between the sites. There were well established trees and the park was very quiet for being right in the city. We could hear no road noise. The bus stop for the city bus (which is only $1 a day for seniors) is right outside the gate of the park and a great idea for going downtown. The Wi-Fi is free and works well. The pool was closed for the season. There wasn't much I didn't like about the park, but couldn't give it a 10 because it wasn't a resort like place, but no complaints.
This was a nice park, but spendy for what you got since it wasn't anything that fancy. We could not use the pool and there were no other activities. The sites were fine length and width wise and level. The park was handy to Arches National Park.
This was a very nice 55+ Park. The streets were paved and the sites were colored gravel and level. They rake the gravel before you come and the place looks very manicured. There are concrete patios in each site and the sites are spaced nicely so you don't stare in your neighbor's rig. There are well established trees. The park is very friendly, not real big and there are activities of all kinds. We just got a "good feeling" there.
We stayed in a pull-through space which was sufficient size and level; however, every other RV goes into their space from the opposite direction so you end up with your door facing your neighbor’s door and share the patio space. The streets are paved, but the sites have sand or a very fine gravel on them. There are no concrete patios. I did not like the sand. The park just did not seem appealing to me, but it was hard to pinpoint it exactly. There just wasn’t anything scenic about it. The staff was very nice and it appeared they had a lot of activities for the winter residents. The water pressure was a little weak. It is a good place for one night, close to shopping, and quiet, but I wouldn’t like to spend a long period of time here.
This is a gorgeous park and kept up nicely. We stayed in three different sites and all seemed very spacious. Utilities were in good locations, and the sites were level. Most of the sites have a view of the Colorado River as it borders two sides of the park. The hike up the mountain has a great view of the area. Our Verizon cell phones worked fine there. The park was quiet (winter) but full each day. We did not use the restrooms or showers. We would definitely stay at Buckskin again. Wish there were more full-hook up sites; we were not able to get one.
We made reservations for two weeks. We had heard fairly good things about this park, but we were very disappointed. First of all, we did not get the site we reserved since it was taken. The site we stayed in (#82) was not level. We had to use several blocks to level our RV. There are large rocks in the entire site, so it was difficult to set up a patio area because the rocks would damage our mat. Some reviews say they have replaced the large rocks in the park, but not in all of the spaces (including ours). They are difficult to walk on too. Our view was of a wash area (and not a pretty one) and the RV Storage Area. The shrubs in the sites need maintenance or replacement. To top it off, a sewer vent and the sewer pumping equipment was right behind us. When the wind blew (which was often), a disgusting sewer smell came right into our site. We did report the smell and the owners did try to correct it by putting a cover over the vent, but the smell was still there. Our site was considered a premium site and we paid a premium price. There is no way this space should be considered a premium site. The Wi-Fi was weak and we had to put up our long range antenna to use it. By walking the park, I believe the places along the desert would be much better. Some of them have fine gravel in their patio areas (but not all of them) and the view would be nice. On the positive note, the hiking trails in the desert are great and the sunsets here are beautiful. It is also very quiet here (except there were barking dogs nearby). We did stay here the entire two weeks, but would not stay here again unless we were promised a desert site. However, by experience, I am not sure you would get the site you were promised.
We stayed here under an “early-bird special” for two months (Nov and Dec). We had stayed here three weeks last year and really liked the park. The sites are large, have a long concrete patio and fairly level. The water pressure is good. This is a lovely park and nice area. The park is well kept up and very friendly. There are a number of park models here, but they are new and well kept up too. The RVers fit in well. The pool is big. There are lots of activities. We will definitely come here again. If you do pay by the month, beware that they do charge extra for electricity plus a sewer and trash charge. The sewer and trash is a surprise as most parks don’t charge extra for those services. The rate shown is the special rate plus all the extra charges divided by the days.
This is a beautiful setting, but it is difficult to get a big rig in because the sites have a lot of big trees and the road is very narrow. We did manage to get our 36' overall length Fifth Wheel in with a lot of juggling and tries. The sites are not level. We had to use several blocks on one side. Then the person who registered us put us in the wrong site. We were completely set up on the blocks, power on, sewer hooked up and slides out and they told us they made a mistake and we would have to move to a different site. We argued since we were already set up, but they still made us move. Thus, we spent the entire afternoon setting up because we had to juggle to get in the second site too.
I don't give many 10s, but we really enjoyed staying at this park. The sites were large and level. We had a huge concrete patio besides an area to park our truck. The park is new, clean and has very nice amenities. The pool is large enough to do laps. The Wi-Fi worked well and was free. Because we used our Passport America discount along with part of our stay at the regular price, we were in a separate section near the entrance, but that only makes sense since the park models own their space. We liked it in the area they put us because there were less people, no one in front or back of us, and a view of the Superstition Mountains. We found everyone very friendly. We will come back.
This is a very nice RV Park. We have stayed here numerous times and all sites are nice. They keep this park well maintained and the sites are good size. The park helpers escort you in. I have been very disappointed the last two years that the pool hasn't been heated. We also had to pay $14 for Wi-Fi for a week and the Wi-Fi wasn't always the best. It is very windy up on the ridge where the park is. That is no fault of the park, but it may keep me from coming back although the park is very nice.
This is a beautiful park and I will definitely come back. There are gorgeous hikes to do within the park, the park is quiet and the sites are large. The only reason this isn't a 10 is because there is no sewer hook up and the grounds aren't real well kept up, meaning there are a number of gopher holes and tall grass. I would recommend this park for its beauty.
This is our third time at this park. It is a nice clean park, but each time I come, I like it less. It seemed very noisy here this time. There was a lot of plane noise from the AFB, trains and traffic. If I were to come again, I would stay closer to the office area where you can't hear the highway as well. The price of the park always amazes me because they have three different taxes they add on to the basic rate. On the positive side, the sites are fairly level, nice gravel with a concrete patio, table and chairs, and lemon trees. The pool was clean. There are two pools. Wi-Fi was free, but slow at times. We would probably stay again since there aren't many other good choices in the area, but we may look for a new spot.
We stayed here a month. The daily rate reflects the monthly rate plus electric and the extra charges to turn on the electricity. Wi-Fi was extra at $30 per month. Most of the people are staying here stay for the entire winter. They are very friendly people. The park was fairly well kept up, the sites were very level, gravel with a large cement patio. Getting into the site was manageable. It was an ok park, but nothing real special. The surrounding area is poor. There is nothing scenic about Arizona City, just a lot of crop fields. The nearest shopping is Casa Grande, about 9 miles away. I wouldn't say to not stay here because there is a lot of activities and friendly people, but I wouldn't stay here again.
We really enjoyed staying at Two Springs. This is a park that sells lots; however, they rent out the sites that have not been sold. They are wide spaces with plenty of room to park your vehicle next to your RV. The spaces have shrubs on each side which offers privacy. The grounds are well kept. The park has a nice pool, putting green, miniature golf, pickle ball, and other amenities. We had free Wi-Fi. The park has a wall and trees that provide a barrier from the wind so we felt quite protected during a couple of windy spells. The manager and staff are very nice and helpful. The rate is based on a monthly rate with electricity. We would definitely stay there again.
This is a very nice, well kept park. The sites are level and paved with grass on sides. I would not call it a 5 star resort, but it was definitely a place I would stay again and I had no complaints. The Wi-Fi worked well.
This is just a place to stay with power, water and electric. There are no extras such as restrooms, showers, WIFI or cable. We had planned on staying in the free casino parking, lot but it was so warm, we needed the air conditioner. It served its purpose. The sites are large and gravel. The price seemed a little high for the little provided. It was clean, but I didn't even see a dumpster to put your trash in.
This is a very ritzy park! The park is gated and has nice paved roads. There is a man-made lake in the middle. There is a golf course and the high price does include free golf for two each day which is nice for golfers. We were in one of the least expensive sites. The park is well kept up, the sites are level, paved, have a patio and grass. There are shrubs between each site. The back in sites are about 45 ft, so if you have a large Fifth Wheel, both your truck and Fifth Wheel will not fit. That was the only negative thing I found. Wi-Fi is free and worked well. Very nice park.
This is a pretty park with the man-made lake in the middle, the grass at the sites, the pretty hills surrounding the area and all the trees the park has added. The park is well kept up. The sites are paved with a patio and are ample size for a big rig. We used the pool and it was nice. The WI-FI was an extra fee and was very slow. There is no cable TV. My only disappointment was the casino no longer has the BBQ Buffet which we really enjoyed two years ago along with other reviewers.
This was a very nice good-size park with very nice workers. The park is well kept up. The sites are very long and plenty wide. Each site has an orange tree. The oranges were out of season, but there were very fragrant blossoms on the trees. The streets in the park are easy to maneuver for big rigs. There is also an area where you can wash your RV and it includes the hose. The Wi-Fi was free and worked well.
I like this park and it gives you a very open feeling although they have room for plenty of RVs. The streets are wide and paved, the sites are gravel with concrete patios. There is plenty of room between each site. They have two pools and they are clean and nice. The park is clean, the restaurant is pretty good and reasonably priced, and the laundry area is clean. On the negative side, the sites are not level, so we had to put boards on one side. Also, you have to pay for WIFI. You would think, for the high price, they could afford enough gravel to level the sites and give you WIFI free. We had some bad experiences with barking dogs and even had to complain. Nothing was done about the dogs, so every day we had to listen to them. The people had five dogs outside in a pen. The park needs to enforce their rules.
This is a great park. We have stayed here before. It is always very clean and well kept up. The spaces are huge. I was surprised to see that they are no longer heating the swimming pool. I heard it was due to the cost. That was a shame as it is such a nice pool. I jumped in anyway, but it was ice cold. This park is still a bargin, but I'd pay another dollar to have a heated pool.
This was a very nice park. The only reason I wouldn't give it a 10 is because it doesn't have a lot of extras like a pool and activities that a 10 park would have. The spaces were very ample size with plenty of space between them. The sites were gravel with a concrete patio and table. Everything worked. The laundry room was clean and nice. The area is fairly protected from the wind that NM gets often. There was some dust when a vehicle would go too fast or the wind was really blowing since the main roads in the park are not paved.
The hook-ups are all in the back. There are trees in the wrong places, so you can’t put your awning out and need to park carefully so you can put your slides out. The spaces are not level and need more gravel. They have a little bit of gravel left and the rest is dirt. They do have a concrete patio. Our site had a sewer smell part of the time. It seemed like it was strongest right when we were out on the patio in the afternoon. The RV sites are also close to the freeway, so there is quite a bit of road noise. The Wi-Fi is free. Checking into the office is also a very slow process, you have to do it twice (once when you check in and again after you find your site). There was a line each time and it took about a half hour each time. We would not stay here again.
This park at first glance was disappointing in comparison to the website, but we had a great time and the place grew on you. I would come back. The sites were dead grass and dirt, not real level, and we needed an extension on our hose to get to the water hook up. However, on the positive side, the sites are large (both in length and width) and everything worked including the WIFI which is free. I feel the daily and weekly prices are high considering you don’t get a swimming pool or other fancy amenities like some parks at the same price; however, you are right on the Colorado River which probably would be nice in the warmer weather for water sports. What I did like about the park was the friendly people and the “no rule” atmosphere – everything was casual. The park is very quiet and gated for security. There is no road or train noise, just the sound of birds and nature. The restaurants in town are fun. They had plenty of washers and dryers and even clothes lines to hang your clothes out. There was a problem with a sewer smell in several areas. It seemed like management took care of it before we left. The restrooms were clean.
We made reservations several months prior to coming to Arizona and had to pay the full month's fee in advance. We were to arrive Jan 23. On Jan 9 my brother passed away and we had to call to cancel. The park would not refund any of our money nor give us a credit for another time, even considering the circumstances. WE DID NOT STAY.
We stopped here for the night. The park was fairly new and clean. The spaces were paved and level. The WIFI worked when we first got there, but we weren't on it long before it quit on us and we could never get back on. Even though this park was nice, I would not pay $44 a night for so little again.
This is a very nice park. The sites are paved, level and spacious in both length and width. The majority of the spaces are pull-thru. The managers/owners are very nice. There is a short fence between each site. Would stay here again.
We stayed at this park for one night while traveling down I-5. It worked; however, for the price ($28.50 plus $3 extra for 50 amp) you sure did not get much. If we wanted to use the Wi-Fi, it would have been even more, so we didn't use it. I feel the price was very high for what the park had to offer. The spaces were not paved, they were just dirt and mud which made it messy to set up. The roads into the park were not paved either. The sites were pull-through with plenty of length and width. We did not have to use any blocks to level the RV.
This is a lovely fancy RV park located right off of the golf course. It is a gated resort. The spaces are huge! They are very long and very wide with a big concrete patio. Any size rig would fit. The bathrooms are very large and spotless. The clubhouse was nice. The pool and hot tub were closed for the season. The lawns are well maintained. The only negative was the WI-FI was slow.
This actually was a nice RV park and I am sure in the summer it would be a great place to stay because of the nice sandy beach and the lake. The lower rating is because we had a pull-through site and it did not have any grass nor a patio, BBQ and cover as represented on the website. They had a trench dug along the side of our site for the cable TV they are putting in, so it was difficult to walk next to the Fifth Wheel. On the other side the brush was overgrown and very close to the Fifth Wheel. Most of the other sites looked better, but I do think they better watch the grounds maintenance or the park will go downhill. It is a lovely setting on Lake Roosevelt. The casino is very small. The WI-FI was slow. I would still recommend the park to anyone wanting to stay in the area.
This was a very nice park. The lawn were green and thick and the entire park was well maintained. We had a pull-through site which was gravel with grass on the sides. The back-ins have a concrete patio. All sites were ample size for big rigs. Paved wide roads. The restrooms were immaculate. The pool looked nice and we played shuffleboard. The mini-market was well stocked. RV Park attendant was real nice. We enjoyed our stay.
We stayed here one night and the park worked well. The sites are very long, plenty wide, and level. There is nothing fancy here and the Internet did not work, but it was clean and served its purpose. Good deal with Passport America membership.
This is a quiet park, the sites are plenty wide and long, gravel, and fairly level (had to use a board on one side to level). The bluffs surrounding the town are pretty. The owners are very nice. The bathrooms are clean. The park serves its purpose, but there aren't many extras such as laundry or pool. The WIFI only worked one-third of the time. There is no cable TV, but you can pick up a few local stations with your antenna.
We got a package deal for this RV park and the train ride to Grand Canyon, so I am not sure of the exact price per night, but it was a good deal. The park is fairly new, clean, paved, and level; however, it is basically a big parking lot. There is nothing scenic about it. The sites are wide enough, but still fairly close to your neighbor and there is no picnic table or patio. They did have W-IFI. The train ride was great.
This park is located inside the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. A contractor, Aramark, runs the campground and concessions. We were in Loop C and had a gorgeous view of Lake Powell and the surrounding rock formations. The campground appears fairly new and is terraced so everyone has a view. We had a pull-through site which was plenty long and wide. The sites are also situated so you are not right next to anyone. The sites are paved and level. Wi-Fi is free. There is no cable TV. I would say this is the best visual park I have ever stayed in. I would love to come back.
Although this is mostly a 55+ mobile home/mfg home park, they do have some RV spots (as the case at most of the parks in this area). The office staff were very nice and gave us a good rate. Our rig was parked on gravel, but we had a large concrete patio on the door side and another concrete pad on the other side for our truck. The park was very quiet - no trains nor highway noise. Most of the residents are here for the winter, but we found them all friendly. The pool is very nice. If you are interested, there are many planned activities. The only downside is the WI-FI doesn't work well. There is no cable TV, but we could pick up the local stations with an antenna. The Superstition Mountains and Apache Trail are nearby and beautiful.
When you pull into this park, the entire front of the park is mobile homes. The RVs park in the back of the park in gravel. The spaces are fairly tight. Our slide almost touched our neighbor's slide. There were no patios or tables on the entire side where our RV was parked, some sites on the other side had a table and/or patio. There is nothing scenic about the RV park, you are just crowded in and parked in a line. We did have free WI-FI and 50 amp service. We used the pool and it was nice - nothing fancy. I wish Northern Tucson had more nice RV Parks to pick from.
We stayed here close to 3 weeks, and felt it was a great RV Park. This park is very well maintained and a lovely spot. The park is up on a ridge looking out over the valley with hills all around you. As soon as a RV leaves the park, the staff come and grade the gravel and clean up the site for the next person. The grounds are landscaped nicely, the pool and hot tub are huge and clean, they have a nice club house and "a barn" where there is entertainment. There are a lot of planned activities. Our site was good size (gravel) with plenty of room on both sides to set up chairs and park your vehicle. I would highly recommend this park and it is a great bargin with a Passport America membership. The WIFI works very well, but there is an additional fee for that service.
We stayed at this park for a week. The managers were very nice. Our site was level and very wide. We parked our Fifth Wheel on the gravel and had a concrete patio on one side and a concrete pad for our truck on the other. There were well established trees and the park was well maintained. We also used the pool and hot tub which was very nice, clean and heated. We got free WIFI. The only down side was we were parked near the road and it was noisy and not very scenic. We should have got a spot in the back of the park. There are a number of mobile homes in the park. Although there were a lot of pluses, we just didn't get that "resort" feeling, but not a bad place to stay for the price.
This is a very nice park. It is very clean, the sites are long and wide. We have a pull-thru spot. It was very level. The workers here were very nice too. I didn't use the laundry room or restrooms. It is a little spendy, but a nice park. They gave us free WIFI for the first 24 hours.
This is a very nice park. The sites are very level and there was plenty of room for our Fifth Wheel with three slides. Each site has a very nice picnic table. The park is terraced and well kept up. The roads within the park are wide and paved. There is free WIFI and cable TV. The person who checked us in was very friendly. Although the park is fairly close to the freeway, it sits back far enough that you don't hear the noise. There is a swimming pool, but it was too cold to use it.
This is a very nice park. Needles is so dry and not very scenic, but this park has very nice landscaping, lots of palm trees, and has planted bushes between each site for privacy. At night they have flood lights on the palm trees which is pretty. The park is fairly new and very well kept up. They had free, working WIFI. There is no cable TV, but we got many stations with our antenna. I used the laundry room and it was very clean. The hosts were friendly and escorted you to your site. Many of the RVs are people here for the entire winter. They have a pool too, but I didn't see a hot tub. They do have a club house. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone.
The sites were gravel, but level. We stayed four nights and enjoyed our stay. The laundry room was inside the office and you had to put your laundry in before 4:00 PM which can be a little inconvenient. We thought the place was high priced for not being all that fancy or having extra amenities, but we didn't have any complaints either. Pool was not open (April). Sites had plenty of room.
This was a very clean park, it had paved level sites, but the roads inside the park were very narrow. The owners mentioned that the side of their building had been wiped out several times. We had plenty of room for both our Fifth Wheel and truck in our pull-thru site, but the people next to us had a site with less room and I am surprised their vehicle didn't get hit because of the tight arrangements. Not a lot of extra amenities, no cable TV, but worked as a spot for one night.
This is a pretty park, very green with a lot of trees. The spaces are ample size with a number of pull-thrus. The restrooms need some remodeling. I feel if the parks are going to start charging $26 per night, they need to improve their amenities. Their restrooms should be remodeled and improved and WIFI should be offered. They are getting up there with the RV Park rates.
We stayed here to go to Grand Canyon about one hour away. The place was nothing to shout about, not real fancy, but the WIFI worked, the cable worked and it had full hook-up. The sites are gravel and there are no patios. The owners are very nice and extremely helpful in helping you make site-seeing arrangements. They offer free breakfast, but again, it is nothing to shout about.
This was a very nice, clean park, good location, long paved spaces with a patio, very clean restrooms and laundry and free WIFI that works!! They had garbage pick up every morning at your site. They have a new casino across the highway with shuttle service. Would definitely stay again. Convenient to get to Sedona, Montezuma Castle, etc.
This is a pretty RV Park with a man-made lake right in the middle. The RV sites are all around the lake. It is a beautiful setting. The casino is on the edge of the RV Park. The food at the casino was very reasonable and good, especially BBQ night! The casino itself was smoky. We were disappointed that there was not WIFI at the sites, you have to take your laptop down to the office area to connect and it does not always work well. Additionally, the cable TV did not work. We were able to get local stations with our antenna. It makes me mad when a place doesn't have all of the things they advertise working and yet they charge you the full price. The bathroom sinks and stools were clean, but the floors need a better cleaning. The laundry room was fine, but nothing fancy. I would go back, especially if they get the WIFI fixed, because I did like the surroundings and the good deals on the meals.
The park has very level spaces, paved with a small grassy or rock area between them. There are pine trees around the area, but you can see the hills very well. The casino is within walking distance. There is also a Jack 'n Box, a small store and a fuel station. They gave us a coupon for a two for one dinner and Tuesdays and Wednesdays it is two for one - so we had numerous good dinner deals at the casino. The food wasn't anything to brag about, but it wasn't bad. The WIFI costs $5.99 per night. The park seemed fairly new and clean. The gal in the office was very nice. We did not use the pool as it was very cold outside.
This is a very nice park and very clean, one of the cleanest parks I have seen. There are many retirees here that spend the winter. The sites are gravel and could be a little more level, but they are ample size. It is close to Safeway and the post office. The WIFI costs extra, but it works well. The only negative is the trains go by very often, it seems like every half hour, and blow their horns several times. This is very irritating at night.
The park had very level, gravel, pull-through spots. The site was long enough to leave the truck hooked up to the Fifth Wheel. We had full hook-up. The laundry room was nice. There aren't a lot of luxury items, but we stayed here for one night and it served the purpose. You can't beat the price. It is close to the Shell Gas Station and a large convenience store. There is a restaurant next door too.
This is a very nice, large park. Camping World is next door. There is a restaurant there that has pretty good food and great desserts. There are two swimming pools and hot tubs (pool was a little dirty), an exercise room, large laundry rooms, a small convenience store, and free Wi-Fi and cable. Our patio came with a table and four chairs. There was plenty of room for our truck and the Fifth Wheel. Security comes around very often. I would have rated it a ten, but I was upset when I paid because their website said the daily rates for pull throughs was $37 + tax. With the Good Sam discount that would have been $33.30 a night. When we paid they said it was $38.25 a night with Good Sam discount plus taxes meaning it had gone up a lot. Like $10 more a night than I expected! With tax the rate was $43.36 a night. She claimed they had changed their rates. I told her their website that day still showed the lower rate and she acted surprised.
When you drive in, you feel like you are at a Five Star Resort. There is a beautiful office with big stairs going up to it, palm trees and lots of RVs. There are two gorgeous swimming pools, hot tub, an 18-hole putting course and an exercise room. Everything seemed very clean. We had a pull-thru site and it was level. Security came around the park often. They had entertainment one night by the pool. On the down side, I feel their website and ads are misleading. They claim they have WIFI and shuttle service to the strip. They don't tell you that even with the high cost per night to stay there, it still costs $6 per day for the WIFI and the trolley service to the Strip costs $13 for the day. Their brochure said the trolley starts at 9:30, the guy didn't come until 10:30 and it was noon before we got down to the middle of the Strip. They also don't give change on the trolley, so he got $15 from us. In addition, it was very noisy there. They were doing a lot of construction nearby and it went on day and night. You could also hear the traffic and the planes from the nearby airport.
This is a new park. Most of the RVers here own their site. Many of them have built garage/storage rooms on their sites. They all match. They are beige stucco with tile roofs. The RV park is very well kept. There are a few park models, but it all matches well. They pick up garbage every day in front of your site. If you don't own your site, your site is gravel. It is plenty wide and long. They have a nice club house, clean pool, hot tub and a putting course. The WIFI was free. You do feel a little "left out" because you are not a resident.
We enjoyed staying at this park, the owners were very nice and it appeared it was one of the nicest in the Long Beach area. There was a major windstorm when we were there and we still kept our power, cable TV and internet connection which is something to smile about. The sites are fairly close to each other, but the sites are level and have good drainage. Nothing real fancy, but a good place to stay.
We have camped at this park for years and love it. There are so many things to do such as hiking, walking on the beach, and visiting the museums. The city bus comes right to the park and will take you to historical downtown Port Townsend and makes regular trips back. In the winter, the water is turned off; otherwise, there is water hook-up. The views are breath-taking of the Olympic Mountains, the water and the lighthouse. It can get windy there since they are right off the Strait of Juan de Fuca, but that is part of the ambediance.
We have stayed here a couple of times. The fall leaves were pretty. It is a well-established park with lots of trees and paved level sites. It is a good location for visiting Leavenworth, Wenatchee and Cashmere, nothing fancy, but well kept up. There is a train close, but it didn't bother us.
This park has a pretty setting and is convenient when visiting Winthrop. The owners seemed very nice. The laundry facilities were nice. On the other hand, the WIFI did not work and they purposly had us stay close to the office so we could get the WIFI. The road going in is a little dirty and dusty.
This is a very nice park. The pool was very clean. There is a walking path around the perimeter of the park plus a number of other nice amenities. The WIFI only worked early in the morning (like 7:00) and we were close to the office. Office personnel were nice. No alcohol beverages allowed in park.
This is a very nice park and there is a number of things to do in the area. The sites are large and level. The scenery is great. There are mountain views, water views and the cutest lighthouse. We have camped here for years, previously in a camper. We have lost power here several times in the winter (it can be windy), but our latest visit was fine. There are many hiking trails, nice beaches, lots of history, and museums. The city bus comes through every hour and you can take it into town for a minimal charge. Port Townsend is a very interesting town.