This is a nice clean park on the south end of town. The pool area was very large and excellent. There was no noise from I-15, which was nearby. The dog area was clean and well kept. It is VERY large so getting around takes some time. There is food on site, but we did not eat at the park. I think it is very good as a one nighter or for multiple nights if visiting Las Vegas.
This is the cleanest park we have ever stayed at. There is no dirt only paved streets and grass, trees, or flowering bushes. I would rate it a 10 except there are no BBQs and you must reserve a deluxe site if you want a picnic table. They offer free shuttle to the hotel, 8 restaurants and casino. One call and they arrive in 5 minutes and returns are available every 10 minutes. The pool looked clean; however, we did not use it. The dog park was unbelievable. It was enclosed with white picket fence, was all grass, and had a shade tree, benches to sit on, a fire hydrant, and doggie bags. The lawns around the sites were perfect and mowed every few days.
This is the crown jewel of campgrounds near San Diego. It is about 15 minutes to downtown and is near everything you need (including Costco and Wal-Mart). Finding cheap diesel will require a 10 minute drive. The sites are large and very well kept. There are numerous camp hosts if you need one. The showers and bathrooms are excellent (except the mirrors are too low). There are seven lakes to fish in (No CA License, however $9 per day) or rent canoes and paddle boats. There have trout and catfish derbies during the year.
This was a very clean park. Typical for the desert, there was little grass or shade. The managers were VERY friendly and helpful. The pool, bathroom and shower were very clean and well kept. The park had an excellent dog area with grass and chairs to sit in. It is near stores and freeways, but it had no traffic noise. There is a diesel station near by that had fuel for $3.91 which was outstanding for April 2012.
The park was in the middle of town and convenient to all attractions and city facilities. The camp host was very friendly and helpful. We had a pull-through that was very acceptable for our 34 foot unit. The park had a dog area however it was not fenced.
This is a very nice campground. I did not give it a 10 for a couple of reasons. There was no laundry, you had to go 3 blocks to a dry cleaner and laundry on the same street. The bathrooms and showers were clean but a little old and there were no soap dispensers. Lastly the Wi-Fi was poor. Now for the up side. This place is absolutely beautiful. This is more of a city park than a RV park. There are bike and walking paths. Excepting the roads and sites it is all grass and absolutely lovely. All the RV and tent sites are shaded by mature trees, and the Spearfish creek runs through the park.
This was a very nice park just 3 miles from the town of Custer. There was no traffic noise, however, there are sites nearer the road which might have some noise. The park provides free bikes and is very kid friendly. There was good spacing between sites. The staff was very helpful and friendly and had a mom and pop atmosphere. Some sites had views of small lakes. The bathrooms were very clean, however, the showers were a little cramped. The pool was nice, and it had a pay for use water slide. We would give the park a ten except for the cramped shower and the laundry needs updating. Rate reflects 7th night free.
We camped here on two different days while going to and from the Black Hills in SD. The park is very clean, however all sites are on gravel. There is plenty of room and the bathrooms and showers were very clean. This is not a destination park but is excellent for a stop while on travel. They are pet friendly and have two separate pet areas. There is gas and diesel fuel less than 1000 feet of the entrance. Please note that using the internet to make a reservation results in a $5 charge, use the phone to make reservations.