As we looked ahead for our next stop we were happy to discover that this park was within our driving range. Having spent a few nights here last year, we knew what to expect, and we were not disappointed. We love the level sites and easy access. The campground does not have cable and the wifi timed out, our only disappointments. Had we arrived earlier, our dogs would have had baths in the dog washing area! If we pass by in the future, we will stay here again. The rate reflects the cash Passport America discount.
We stopped here because of good reviews on this site and on Trip Advisor. The park is clean and neat. The park's entrance, which is readily accessible from the Interstate, is through a small shopping plaza and signage for the entrance isn't especially visible. Check in is at the cafe, however, if you call the campground number the owner will arrange to meet you at the campground. The roads and campsites are all flat. They are composed of gravel. There are some back-in sites that were occupied by long term renters. There are no derelict campers and the campground is tidy. There are 4 long pull-through sites. The sites have enough room between them so you don't feel like you are on top of your neighbor. There is no cable but free Wi-Fi is provided. Although there is not a designated dog walk, there is plenty of space for walking dogs. Even though the campground is within sight of the Interstate, traffic noise is not especially loud.
Roads and sites are flat and each site has a picnic table on a concrete or wood patio. There are a few 'public' tables and fire rings. The sites have enough room so that you are not on top of your neighbors. There is an enclosed dog run and a dog walk area. My dogs loved the run as it is long and narrow with trees to run in and out of. Do be careful that both gates are secure before letting your dog(s) loose! There is moderate noise from the Interstate, but the plus is that there is good access to the Interstate. This is a family run camp and the folks are wonderful. The campground has just become associated with KOA. There is a nice playground and should you not care to drive into Nashville, shuttle service is available for a fee.
We enjoyed our stay at this campground. The roads and sites are level and paved. Each site has a picnic table and although some of the sites are close together, there is extra room behind sites, at least on the highway side of the park. Road noise was evident, but traffic was light at night. There is a nice-sized dog park near the office, as well as several dog walk areas with disposal bags and trash cans. There is a sidewalk along the lake going from one end of the park to the other. A fishing license is not required for fishing in the small lake. The park provides free Wi-Fi, but not cable. We were parked near the lake where there are fewer trees so satellite worked well. The office has a small supply of food and camping items. All of the staff were friendly and helpful. We did not use restrooms, laundry or the pool.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this KOA. The grounds were immaculate and had pleasant areas to walk like a park near the pool and a garden with a fish pond. There was good signage from the road and easy access from the highway; however, the roads inside the park were a bit tight. There is some road noise and we noticed a distant train, but neither were loud enough to disturb out sleep. The concrete parking areas (we had a pull-through) are slightly sloped and some had concrete patios with picnic tables. Each site has an attractive post with water, cable, and electric connections. Wi-Fi is free and better than most campgrounds. There are large trees throughout the park and sites are roomy enough for slides and sitting out without feeling that you are on top of your neighbor. The laundry and bathroom are very clean and attractive. There is a large, fenced dog park in a treed area. It is on a hill, and has a nice, stepped walkway for the humans. The park has a water bowl and a doggie bag/trash receptacle. We felt so comfortable at the park that we extended our stay and we will stay here again if we are in the area.
I really enjoyed this park. There are many snowbirds here, and there are many activities. The park is an older park, but the sites are flat and spacious, roads are easily navigable, and it is very quiet and relaxing. It is a bit off the Interstate, but is close enough for an overnight stop. There is plenty of space to walk dogs, but no fenced-in dog park (-1).
This is a sweet, clean park offering a wonderful place to relax. The 25 campsites are spread out around a large, paved loop. There are a few overhanging trees that brushed the top of our RV. The dirt/gravel pads are flat, and did not get muddy even after a pouring rain. Each site has a picnic table. There is a central bath house and they have two pavilions. There is an area for Scout camping. The park has no other amenities other than access to equine, bike and walking trails. There is a dump that can be used on the way out. There is a bit of road noise from 301, and there is a nearby train track. Track noise and whistles are evident, but not totally obnoxious. The park does not offer a fenced area for dogs.
Cypress Bend RV Resort The park is clean with paved, flat roads, concrete pads and a concrete 'patio' with a picnic table. The exterior sites are a bit too small for campers and the large trucks residents use, so the campground road is a bit tight when residents are home. Each site for transients is a large pull-through and has a few small trees. The grass was recently cut and I saw no trash. The park is used mostly by full-time residents working nearby jobs. Most of the campers are new and clean and their sites are tidy. There is no dog park and there is no dedicated dog walk area. The campground is managed by the same folks who operate the convenience store, whose parking lot you traverse to get to the campground. When we arrived the office was locked with a note to call the posted phone number for service. However, an employee quickly appeared, walking from the convenience store, to check us in and escort us to our site. The McDonalds attached to the convenience store is undergoing renovations and it seemed that they worked all night. Either that, or there was just a lot of noise from the store, open 24 hours, combined with road noise and train tracks, and the resident construction workers who left in their diesel duallies at 0 - dark thirty. The park provides free cable TV and Internet service. However, the router was not working and the response to our call was apathetic. The router never did begin working. Because of the noise I would choose not to stay here again.
This park is very well maintained. The interior sites are pull-throughs on concrete pads, with concrete patios and picnic tables. Many of the pads seem to have a slope. The premium sites are larger and most have small Live Oaks on them. A few sites have large wood porches. There are two fenced dog areas to accommodate different-sized dogs. The club house area is very pleasant with a beautiful, heated pool. Bath houses are located throughout the property and are also very clean. The park is rather pricey. They provide free cable but charge extra for Tengo Internet, after a free one-day trial. The park is located on a major N/S loop outside of the city. We experienced heavy traffic driving around and a lot of road noise in the park. I marked the park down because of the noise, sloping sites, and because the Internet was not included in the expensive rate.
The public areas of this park are very pretty and nicely maintained. The camp sites are on a hillside with gravel roads that are roomy enough for big rigs. Diesel engines going up the gravel roads to campsites are quite noisy. The parking areas are flat, also in crushed gravel. The sites are quite narrow. They have picnic tables, but our table could only be used in front of, or behind, the motorhome as nothing else was flat. My only complaint about the park was the lousy Internet service. My husband called the office, leaving a message. The call was never returned. When he went down to ask them about the Internet the clerk was not pleasant, saying that we were told that they were having difficulties with their service when we checked in. This was not true. The clerk on duty at that time simply pointed out the router name and password. I marked the park down for that as well as the lack of a fenced dog park. I also marked the park down as the size of the spaces didn't seem to be in line with the price.
"Rock" aptly describes this fairly typical KOA. There are only a few spots of grass, flowers or trees, but this is the nature of the area, not a reflection on the campground management. The campground is clean, even though the back area has full-time residents. The campground is strictly utilitarian, lacking pretty views. Sites are easy to access, but are fairly close to one another. Rigs are parked nose to tail, affording little privacy from your neighbor. Request an end spot for more privacy. Some even have fenced picnic tables with a bit of landscaping. There is a nice sized dog park, but management has allowed weeds to grow around the perimeter and cleaning up after your dog is difficult, thus the area is riddled with waste piles, despite the park having baggies and a shovel. Hook-ups are located in a raised gravel area surrounded by railroad ties. This may make it more challenging for draining tanks. The park offers free Internet (Tengo) and cable. The Internet was behaving badly: I had problems remaining connected. We did not use the cable, nor the laundry or restrooms. I marked this park down because the 'patio' areas are unattractive with little space and privacy, and for not having much elbow room. The park is a good stop for an overnight stay, having easy access from the Interstate. Exit 99 is under construction so you may want to use exit 102 instead. There is a museum in town which is supposed to be quite nice. It closes at 2 during the summer. We took a 5 hour drive around the scenic Flaming Gorge Recreation area.
This is a cute little park at a great price. There are plenty of grassy areas, picnic pavilions and play equipment for children. There is a nice paved path and pedestrian bridges over the creek. It is not that far a drive from the Interstate. In no way can this park be compared to an RV resort, but it is a nice, relaxed spot for a bit more primitive camping. The one-way entrance and exit roads are narrow and wind up and down the gorge, but once in the park the roads are flat and wide enough for easy maneuvering. Sites are flat, graveled and a 40' or 42' rig would probably just fit. There is no dump station and no sewage connection, and there is not a patio area to sit just outside of your camper. However, picnic sites with covers, are located nearby. There are a few bathrooms in the park. All are composting toilets. There are no showers. There is no WiFi nor cable, but we were able to receive satellite and cell phone coverage. Other reviewers commented about the difficulty of finding the entrance, but knowing to look between the gravel pit (on north side of street, east of entrance) and the West Wind mobile home sales office (also on north side of street, just west of the entrance) was helpful. Putting 800 Addison Ave W in Twin Falls put me right at the entrance. I marked the park down for not having a fenced dog park, giving it full credit for what it is - a no frills, clean place to park for a night or so. This would be a fun place to stay with young kids, having play equipment and plenty of lawn for games.
Our rate reflects a weekly rate. The park has friendly owners and employees and is very clean. The sites are flat and the roads provided ample maneuverability. A concrete patio and a nice round picnic table are provided for each site. The lodge has a nice indoor pool and hot tub with walls that open up to the outside. There are a number of roads for walking dogs. The park is convenient to a bike trail into town, however the hill up out of the park is tough to peddle. The park's grounds were clean, but not well-maintained. There were a lot of weeds in areas that had plantings and in mulch areas that gave the park an unkempt look. There is no fenced in area for dogs to run. Wi-Fi (Tengo) was free and adequate most of the time. The cable, at least at our site, was very snowy.
We really enjoyed our overnight at this campground and hope that we can return some time for a longer stay. The campground is very clean and tidy. The gravel roads and sites are spacious and easy to maneuver through. The sites are almost flat. They have timbers, where necessary to hold the gravel and nice plantings. There are towering pines dotted throughout the campground. Each site has a small picnic table. They were recently stained and looked very nice. The property has a large meadow and dogs are invited to run without leashes. There are also a number of mowed trails through the forest around the campground. The owners take pride in their campground and really care that campers are happy. I marked this campground a 9 instead of a 10 because although the dog meadow is a nice feature, I have a dog that can not run free and I would have preferred a fenced-in area, and there is no cable TV. Other than that, the park is wonderful.
We stopped here for a night on the way to other destinations. The staff were wonderfully helpful and kind, even the young boy who adeptly led rigs and helped them park. The grounds are mostly gravel with patches of grass and scattered plantings. Roads are ample in width and easy to negotiate. However, we gathered some "Arizona pin striping" as we exited the grounds. A camper was getting propane and we had no choice but to pull far to the right, running down the line of trees. The site we were on had a slight slope and wasn't quite long enough for or 36' rig and tow car. The park has an area for itinerants as well as for long-term "camping". All is clean and well-maintained. There is a nice-sized dog run, as well as horse stalls and round pens. The park is close to the Interstate, but noise is not an issue. Although it is adjacent to the highway, access is via several different roads. Instructions on the Internet are clear and there is good signage.
This is the first KOA in the US. This campground has beautifully maintained grounds with pretty plantings and plenty of trees. The roads are paved, as are the full hook-up sites. All are level. The sites have nice tables and chairs. I noticed many bench swings and fire pits on concrete or paver patios. Our site was a bit tight. Even though there was a paved area for the car, there wasn't enough room for it. We had to stand in a bush to hook up the water. The water, electric and cable connections were farther back than we like them. We could have backed in farther, but would then have trouble extending a slideout as there was a utility pole in the way. Some of the interior roads are narrow and turns are sharp. They aren't "big rig" friendly - and we are only 36'. The campground has a well-stocked store and a small barbecue outdoor restaurant that served an adequate meal at a reasonable price. Breakfast was also available. There is a playground for the kids and a small, graveled, fenced dog run. The campground is easy to access from the interstate, yet far enough away to eliminate road noise. The staff is very helpful and friendly. We had trouble with the cable. A fellow came by to check it and agreed it wasn't working properly. He apologized, and returned later with a refund slip in the amount of $5.00 for us to sign. However, even with the discount I feel the campground was a bit overpriced for the area.
This a fairly typical , small, KOA. It is an older facility that is easily accessible from the Interstate. The park looks old, with a permanent camper at the entrance with a tarp on the roof and a car next to it with the hood open. It is far enough away from the highway so traffic noise is not that apparent. The roads and sites are crushed gravel and are flat. Both are just a bit on the narrow side. Wires criss-cross the park. We had barely a foot of clearance under the wires at our site. Sites, mostly pull-through, had picnic tables on gravel, but you couldn't tell which table went with which camper as we were parked "nose to tail" with another camper and shared the open space. Tent sites have some grass. I could not examine the laundry or restrooms because they were still closed for the winter. There is a grassy dog walk area along the perimeter, but they do not have an enclosed run. However, there is one "deluxe" site enclosed by a chain link fence. They would not let us use it as a dog run, so I am not certain if someone camping there could have a loose pet in the area. There is a nice playground for children and horseshoe pits, but no swimming pool. Cable TV and free WiFi were adequate. Our satellite TV did get reception. This is not a top pick for us and we would probably try another park in the area the next time we visit. I am marking it down for closed restrooms, no dog park, low overhead wires and the run-down first impression.
Access to the park and through the park is via wide, nicely maintained roads. The park roads and sites are all groomed gravel. Each site is dragged after campers check out. Campers are parked "nose to tail" in level pull through sites with ample room for slide outs. Parking close to one end or the other will leave adequate room for a tow vehicle. The door side of each site has a privacy fence flanked with a Juniper tree, or other planting, but no patio area. There are no picnic tables at each site but there is a beautiful group meeting area at the main building. There are no derelict campers. A long, narrow dog run runs along one wall of the park. There are multiple gates into the dog area and we learned it is best to check that all are shut. One of our dogs enjoyed a nice romp through the park! Cable and WiFi are provided but both were unsatisfactory. There is a hot rub, but no pool. This would be a nice park for groups who, in effect, bring their entertainment with them. The park is located close to historic Mesilla. Although this is a spacious, clean park, I am marking it down for lack of amenities and poor Internet and cable services.
This is a 55+ community that appeals to snowbirds from the Canada and US. Most people were here for long term stays with only a few stopping by for an overnight. We stayed in a premium site, which gave us a concrete parking pad and a patio pad, with additional, ample space for our car and bicycles. Other sites have just a concrete parking pad or a few simply had gravel. The sites do not have picnic tables. Access from the Interstate is easy and paved roads through the campground are wide All of the grounds are flat and graveled. They are clean and there are plantings at the corners and on a few improved lots. We had a good cell signal but there is no WiFi except at a few hot spots near the office or laundry facilities. Cable was available through Dish at an extra fee, as was DSL Internet. The park has many, many activities and several nice dog parks. One side of the park allows pets. There are many park models and village homes and in some areas campers are parked between the permanent structures. All of the homes and campers are kept up and a homeowner's association insures that all is neat. We loved the activities and met many wonderful people. We hope to go back for a month next winter. Although this is an excellent park, I am marking it down because of the lack of WiFi throughout the park and because there are no tables at the sites. At the very least the management could have a few tables they 'deliver' to sites for folks who would like that amenity.
Access to the campground is easy. The roads through the campground are paved and provide ample room for maneuvering. Most of the sites are spaced well away from each other, with many mesquite trees interspersed among the camp sites the sites have a paved parking pad, however, there is no patio area for the picnic table, and only just enough room to park the car and the rig. Most of the sites have just enough slope that it requires the use of blocks for leveling. There is no WiFi but we were able to acquire a minimal cell signal. Our satellite TV worked as mesquite trees are not that tall. There is no sewer connection, but the park has a dump. The campground is immaculate and has two clean restroom facilities. There is no dog park but there are a few trails and there is a 2.5 mile loop trail. The visitor center, within walking distance, has a nice gift shop and displays about the caverns. The cavern tours are very interesting. This is an excellent State Park. We stayed here on our way out and stopped back on our return trip. It is worth the 9 mile drive from the Interstate.
Coffee Creek Campground review: This campground is handy to the Interstate, yet far enough away to cut down road noise. It has perfectly level, gravel sites with plenty of breathing room and smooth, wide roads through the campground. The grounds are clean, and the long-term campers did not have accumulated junk around them. Each site has a concrete patio pad, placed along the middle of the parking pad. There are fire pits and picnic tables at many of the sites. There are a number of buildings that can be used for group activities, a game room, and a small exercise room. The bath houses and laundry areas are new and clean, they even have dog wash tubs behind the bath houses. There is a pretty hot tub by the pool. There are a number of cabins in clusters. A walking trail leads to a small pond and our dogs enjoyed the fenced dog yard. There is a large firepit and grill for group gatherings located near some outdoor games. There are basically no trees in the camper area, but the entrance and cabins are in a treed area. I suspect that in this semi-arid area of Texas, growing trees is a challenge. The owners (very friendly and helpful) are on site. The office has some gift items and you can borrow DVDs. The price reflects PA discount. We would stay here again.
We enjoyed our brief stop at this immaculate campground. The sites were flat, and most are pull-throughs. Our's had a concrete pad that had some cracks from age, but was still flat. Some sites had gravel parking with a concrete strip next to the pad for walking. All sites had nice metal tables and chairs on a brick or concrete patio. The campground has a nicely stocked RV store with many items for your camper. There are generous-sized, grass dog parks, one for dogs under 30 lbs and another, with taller fence for larger pups. The campground is easy access from I-20 or the 220 loop around Shreveport. The only thing keeping this park from my '10' list is that it lacks a bit in extra plantings to provide screening.
Great, flat pull-through sites with plenty of room to maneuver. The park is pretty basic, but the new owners are really working hard at upgrading and making improvements. The bathrooms are old, but spotless. WiFi is sketchy and apparently only works at sites near the building. There is some road noise, but the easy access to I-20 is worth it for an overnight stop.
The price reflects a KOA discount. This is a pretty typical "No Surprise" KOA. The park is clean and nicely spaced out. The sites in the area where we stayed were recently leveled with new gravel. These sites are also pull-through sites. The park has a fenced in dog park, which our dogs enjoyed. It is a nice size and has a few pieces of equipment to play with. Staff were friendly and helpful. There is some road noise from the Interstate, which can be glimpsed between the trees. Some sites are in the trees, others are in the open.
My husband and I fell in love with this park and wished we could have spent more time here. It was delightful. Almost every site we saw was level. The parking pads are constructed of crushed stone and all have a picnic table and a fire ring/barbecue. Almost all of the sites are separated from others. There are bike trails and walking trails throughout the park. There are docks near the camping area. Everything was clean and peaceful. The campground hosts were especially friendly. Our stay was idyllic.
This is a quiet, relaxing park that is easily accessible from the Interstate. Sites are gravel and are moderately level - we did use a few blocks to help level our motorhome. The sites are located in clusters in different areas of the park, providing a sense of smallness. Our site was in a short-term area and overlooked a beautiful meadow. There are a number of walking trails and a map is available in the office... when it is open. Most of the time we drove by the office during the three days we were camped there, it was closed. There are no bathrooms or laundry facilities, but that is not that important to me. The park is an 'adult' park. Children are permitted on a limited basis.
As a service facility, this park is perfect. Sites are in three lines along an old airport runway (no trees, no shade). They are paved or are of crushed gravel. The grounds are clean. The sites are easily accessible. There is a laundry area and there are shower facilities. There is an onsite store that has basic needs for your motorhome and Tiffon-specific parts. However, other typical campground amenities such as picnic tables or a playground are not available. If you are here for service you won't mind the 6:30 AM "wake-up call" created by the growl of numerous diesel engines of motorhomes heading to their assigned service bays! The service facility is dog friendly and there is a large field south of the parking area for dog walking, at least from fall through winter, when the hay is mowed and not growing. It is fun to chat with other Tiffin owners. Service is by appointment or on a first come, first served basis. We were told they would no longer make appointments in April & October, the busiest seasons for the service center. The $20 nightly camping fee is for all campers except for motorhomes under 1 year of age who are here for warranty work. Non-Tiffin campers may use the facility if they are stopping by for a tour of the factory.
The staff were friendly and helpful, beginning with a warning, while checking availability on the phone, not to follow the GPS instructions. Our gravel site had a slight slope, and was rather narrow. Some sites have trees and shade. Many rigs seem to be permanent and lived in by local workers. The grounds were clean. Our site had been recently raked. A small dog run area was recently mowed, but it was evident that the grass had been quite long before the mowing. The bathrooms smelled clean but looked like the walls, floors, counters and doors could do with a good scrubbing. The pool was closed so I can't comment on it.
We enjoyed the variety of sites; since each is privately owned, each site has its own amenities. Some sites had water falls, others had tables and umbrellas and some had expanded concrete. Upon arriving at the resort you are handed a key to a golf cart to go find the site you would like. Lush plantings and well manicured lawn surround each site. The bath house is older, but clean. Many of the campers seem to be semi-permanent vacation 'homes' - but all but a few are neat and clean. It would be nice to have a more easily accessible dog walk area. A fenced dog park would be even better! The staff is outstanding!
This campground is a treasure! The sites are clean and quiet, and the people are friendly. The onsite restaurant provided a great meal at an incredible price - it was wonderful to walk a few steps to dinner and not have to cook! There are beautiful open areas and sites are not on top of each other. The only negative I am aware of is that the site we had was on a slight sideways slope, which we could manage with some blocks under our tires and jacks.
The staff were friendly and helpful. The park is clean and a small store has basic needs. Plans include expansion. Most of the sites seem to be on a slant. Our site was so slanted that the sewer hose couldn't drain. The drain was also close to the back of our vehicle. Luckily we had two sewer hoses we could connect together.
The only downside to this park is the road noise. The campground property is next to the Interstate and an exit ramp. Trucks exiting use their air brakes, adding even more noise. Everything else about the park is great,