This park is nice; it is located close to shopping, easy access to I-5, and is pretty much what the other reviewers have said. However, it's not all good. The water pressure is very low, the cable stations are mostly what you could get with an antenna, and the Wi-Fi was non-existent, near the front of the park. We were placed in the first row of sites, which are quite noisy (street noise) and couldn't get wireless until we went up to the office. The park itself is VERY tight to maneuver in, and the other sites we saw were very narrow. There are a LOT of long-term residents here, judging from the big propane tanks in sites. Overall, the place has some good things to recommend it, but it does have some issues.
This is a nice, clean, quiet park; the grounds and facilities are very well-kept, clean, and mature, with lots of lawn and shade trees. There are a number of long-term residents with few open sites. Management is friendly and hands-on, keeping the park clean, quiet and organized. Pets must be on leash and approved by management. There are no facilities or playgrounds for kids. If you're a mature camper, looking for a great spot to get off the road for a while and relax, this park is perfect.
Good: This is a beautiful park, with nice lawn, trees, flowers and bushes. Roadways are paved; sites are concrete, level and long enough for our 38' motorhome with tow vehicle; facilities are first-rate and clean; utilities are accessible; WI-FI is strong. Bonus: if you have kids, it is only a block from an outstanding waterslide park! Bad: this place is pretty tight for access - getting in and out is interesting (but workable), and sites are narrow - once everybody's slides are out, there just isn't all that much extra room between sites.
This is probably the best park around Reno for big rigs... the sites are paved and level, and easily long enough to fit a 38' MH with tow vehicle. Power, water, and sewer are all good, as are the pool, hot tub, and shower/laundry. There is very little to do here, but the park is quiet and secure, and the hills are wooded, which beats the desert conditions just 10 minutes east at Reno. My only complaint is the pay WI-FI - in a $40 park, that should be included. We stayed 3 days, and would stay again.
This is not a great park, but that's mostly because of the permanent residents - some of them are a little run-down. On the other hand, they ARE friendly and quiet, so remember that looks aren't everything; it's not a bad park, either. The park is quiet, the power and WI-FI are good, the little store is neat and well-organized, and the pool is clean. The washrooms and showers were clean, but a bit run-down. The employees are friendly and the facilities will, I'm sure, improve over time. Our site had room for our 38' MH and tow vehicle, although the sewer connection was 'way back there. They filled all the available spots on a Sunday night, so get reservations. We would stay here again, but it's just an overnight park right now.
This is a very nice little campground located adjacent to the Sheep River on the west side of town, just off Hwy 22. The campground staff is friendly and efficient, and the campground is very clean and well-managed. The campground is in easy walking distance to food and convenience stores, and to the historic downtown area. The site we stayed (back-in, #37) in was big enough to leave the car dolly hooked up to the back of the motorhome, and still have enough room to park the car in front!
This place is everything they advertise... it is a fairly new park, so the trees are small, but the sites have clean gravel, a concrete patio, and a strip of grass. Good water, power, swer hookups. Friendly staff; they took my reservation without a credit card (didn't even ask!) and when we arrived, all the paperwork was ready. A staff member led us to our site and helped to make sure we were happy, then came back in 30 minutes to check on us. They allow RV and toad washing in each site! We liked the pool and stayed 2 days.
Nice, clean RV park. Very new, will need some time to reach its' full potential. Still, it is a great place to stay for a night; staff is very helpful and the small store is well-stocked. The town of Grangeville is only about 3/4 of a mile away, in any case. We would stay here again!
Very nice little park, hidden behind a low-budget motel (you check in at the motel desk). We got a pull-through site, but it was very tight getting in and out with our 38' MH with car on the dolly. Still, it was workable and the campground was worth it; very nice and clean, lots of trees, a real hidden Gem! We would definitely stay here again.