Rated based on monthly stay in Premium pull-through site. Nice park, wonderful staff, great activities. Wi-Fi hotspot bogs down with more than 5-6 users. Laundry machines could use a good interior cleaning. Maintenance and cleaning not as good as past years but still a great value.
Easy to access park with big enough sites. Very dated but very clean and the staff was fantastic. Didn't try the $6/day Wi-Fi but the supplied cable was so snowy it was useless. Cable hookup old, frayed and barely working. The one thing that will keep me from returning is the road noise. We stayed in the pull through sites, which are close the Flying J and highways. Sleep was impossible. Early morning or late evening showers are impossible, as the restrooms are locked up overnight and can not be used.
Rate based upon weekly rate. Previous reviews are correct. Overhanging branches on my site necessitated parking on the right side of my pull through so my door opened onto the grass. Well designed and maintained park beautifully landscaped. Constant security presence but they do not enforce the rules. No one does. You will see dogs off leash, vehicle repairs, owners letting their pets go everywhere and not picking up, cars parked on the grass, and unattended children in the pool. Busy during weekends, empty during the week. More people stay in the casino parking lot than in the RV park.
Rate based upon average of daily rates (different days have different rates) with 10% online booking discount taken. Beautiful well maintained park with all amenities. Usually visit Las Vegas 1-2 times per year but have not stayed at the oasis for 5 years. Nice park, but pricey compared to other Vegas parks. If the price was more in line with other parks it might be full instead of only 50% full. Like the park, but high cost is a concern.
Rate based on weekly stay. Have stayed a bunch of times over the past 6-7 years and liked the park. There have been a few managers but all kept it well maintained and clean. New policy since our last visit which may keep us from returning. Upon arrival noticed a new fenced dog run which was a nice addition. At check in, dogs in the office/store. During our stay dogs in showers, in and out of toilet stalls and frequently in the office/store. When doing laundry a couple came in the laundry with 3 dogs. As one of us has a dog hair allergy, we suggested the laundry room might not be the place for dogs and quoted the park rules which state "no dogs in the buildings". The couple told us that they were park employees and that the park is dog friendly and dogs were allowed anywhere in the park, including all buildings. We have enjoyed the park in the past when dogs were limited to RVs and outdoor parts of the park but its just too dog friendly now for us to return. We understand that the majority of RVers travel with their pets so we can understand why a park would want to cater to that group, but it doesn't work for us.
Rate based upon just over $1000/mo (25% increase over 2012 rates). Really nice park, super clean, well maintained, friendly staff. Great showers and restrooms and nice well priced laundry. Only concerns were poor Wi-Fi and gravel roads which were dusty when dry and muddy when wet. Book before you come as its usually full.
Not a bad little park, but a bit tight for 40'ers. Services at the back of the site in the pull-through I was in, requiring extra hoses etc. Everything was clean and well maintained except for the free Wi-Fi which was useless.
Rate based upon monthly stay with power extra(mine was $85/mo). Great location, inexpensive, and really clean and maintained. With narrow, side by side sites your stay is only as good as your neighbors. In the past it has been great, but this time my neighbor took over the one (shared?) picnic table and was militant about where I parked so as not to disturb his view. The laundry is modern and sparkling clean but used by Buckeye locals as well as RVers. You may have to wait for machines. You can wash your RV with management approval. Not sure what is needed for approval, but someone is always washing their RV. Being inches from your neighbor, your RV will get wet if you are near someone washing their RV, even if its a wash service. The desert dust will make mud when wet. A fellow 2 sites over spent an hour hosing off his RV. There was water everywhere, and I got overspray two sites away. With such narrow sites, RV washing should be discouraged. I still like this park, however, and will likely return.
Rate based upon $189/mo coupon. Upgraded to premium site for $50 but bill was $371 after a bunch of ridiculous service charges and fees. $30 for sewer and trash, $11 for electricity meter plus power charges, etc. Only stayed 16 days so it worked out to $23/day but if I stayed a month it would have been $12. A good rate but if I paid full price and had my bill double with service fees I'd be upset. Last stayed at the park in 2008. It was a beautiful 5 star park then and nothing has changed. It is well maintained and sparkling clean. Lots of amenities.
Rate based on 10 day stay in one of 40 pull throughs. As previously noted, hook ups are a little strange, but sites are long and wide. Nice wide paved roads, clean park and well maintained. Cable is snowy. Office knows about problem but they have no plans to improve it. Showers have no change area and you are out of luck if you like early morning or evening showers. The restroom and showers are closed and locked up for 8-10 hours overnight. Laundry works on a card. ($5 non refundable) Tried cards from other parks but they did not work. If you buy a card its likely it won't work at other parks either. While a nice park, the rate seems a little steep for Yuma.
Rate is for a week using PA and 3 for 4 night stays in a pull through. Older park but nicely kept with great staff. While I liked the park you should be aware of a few things. There are only 2-3 pull throughs which are back to back back ins that you drive between. Park was built before slides so if you have them, they will almost touch your neighbor. I could not put out my awning as it would hit the one next to us. Roads are narrow and if the park is busy, it could be tough to access your site. 90% of the park are permanents (with RV's not park models) so its noisy at 6am every day when they warm up their diesels. If you have a small rig, I'd say give this park a try. Other than the things I noted, its a nice place.
Nice park, paved roads, concrete sites, well maintained. Sites are about 18' X 50'. RV will fit but if you have multiple slides, you'll have to wedge your vehicle in. Nice 7' hedges around site so even though you are close to your neighbor, you have privacy. Inexpensive laundry. A bit high in price, but will definitely come again. Stayed a week. Power was extra to quoted price.
Rate based upon 5+ week stay. Nice clean well maintained park. Super fitness facility and pools. I know some of you use the park toilets and showers. The showers, etc., are centralized at the pools and the rules state they are only for use when at the pool. "At all other times, RVer is to use the bathroom located in the RVer's recreational vehicle." You have to pay for Wi-Fi, but the park let me try it for a few days at no charge. It was useless so we opted out, going to McDonald's for free Wi-Fi. Most of the sites are back in about 35' deep, by 25-30' wide. We have a 40' trailer. Some big rigs did back in but the rear of the RV was in the hedge while the front was on or in the road. They have 30-35 pull through sites but they cannot be rented by snowbirds. They are only for RV groups. The pull throughs are long and wide. We were allowed a pull through at the end of a row. It was narrow and tiny. Our door opened onto a road, trees blocked our awning, we needed 35' of sewer hose to reach the sewer that was at the same elevation as our RV outlet, etc. Of the 5 weekends we were here, groups used the pull through sites too. Most of the time we were here, we were the only RV in the pull through sites. I don't understand the business model that would turn away snowbirders in favor of renting for 4 days/month to RV groups. Nice park but if I can't get a spot with enough room, we won't return.
Rate is Good Sam, AAA, Seniors, PA. You get a discount, but less than 10% off the daily rate. OK park, paved roads, gravel sites. Extremely narrow sites, but long. Virtually empty except for seasonals; park maybe 20% occupied at the most. Everyone had a dog and they were all noisy.
Rate based upon monthly stay. Nice park. Paved sites, exceptional security, friendly staff, clean showers, nice hot tub etc. Would stay again in a heartbeat. Negatives are no cable (antenna works great) and Tengo (read Poor) internet.
Might be OK if you are staying a month, but staying daily is a gigantic rip off. Office only open mon-fri till 2. Closed weekends and afternoons, so if you arrive then, no access to restrooms, facilities, Wi-fi etc. Pool closes at 4 daily. The cable did not work. No antenna reception. Not sure what my $50 was for. There are lots of better and cheaper places.
Really nice park with paved roads and concrete sites. Very well kept. Lots of toilets/showers and a good thing. We tried 3 before finding a shower that worked. Well kept park, but maintenance required. We paid for the largest pull through. They called it 70 foot, but only 65 are usable and you will need at least 3 lengths of sewer hose if you want to dump. Whoever designed the services in this park needs to be shot.
Nice park we have rated highly before. Rate based upon monthly stay. $2 showers and $3 washers and dryers which is a bit much. This year some weekend residents have moved the quiet time from 11 pm till well after midnight. The warm summer also has unattended children in the playground til the wee hours. Don't get a site near the playground if you need sleep before midnight. There is an operating gravel pit along the west and north boundaries of the park. Lots of activity there will bring dirt storms when windy. We still recommend the park but be prepared for noisy weekends and dusty conditions.
Overpriced for an aging park with gravel sites, $ showers, no cable, $ Wi-Fi. Paid $15 for a week of Tengo. It rarely worked and Tengo said it was my computer which I ended up using (without problems) at the Lethbridge library and McDonald's. No refund from Tengo. The park while old and overpriced was really clean.
Small sites. Fit my 40' trailer but no room for the truck. Park not busy but no parking allowed except on your site so I needed to park on the street outside the park. Everything loose will disappear overnight. Tengo internet was useless. No cable but the office said their cable was perfect. I used my antenna. When leaving, I was asked about my stay. I told them it was OK but I was disappointed with no cable. The staff then said it hasn't worked for months. You would think the staff would all have the same story.
Rate based upon week stay, tax extra. Desert setting basic park. Have stayed before and like the park for price and location. The same two issues I had last time contimue. Side by side hookups and poor Wi-Fi. When I checked in, I was third in line behind 2 folks complaining about the Wi-Fi. When it was my turn, the woman behind the counter said "I guess you heard, our Wi-Fi seldom works? I'll give you the code but don't expect much." I tried the Wi-Fi 5 or 6 times everyday of my week there and only got on once. Park is close to stores and has good antenna TV. Crowded, but clean and warm pool. I'll be back.
Rate reflects weekly stay and includes over $5/day tax. Spacious gravel sites with concrete patio with table and chairs. Nice park but lacking in facilities. 2 small pools, 2 tinier, tiny hot tubs, fitness facility with old overused machines. Lots of children. Tucson has parks with better facilities (big pools and hot tubs, nice fitness facilities and +55 if you want less children) for the same or less $. Sites are nice but that's all. As mentioned Wi-Fi good but not perfect.
Really nice, spacious park. Fairly large sites with huge roads. The facilities are also huge. Lots of toilets, showers, big laundry, activity area etc. Credit cards not accepted and no cable TV. Very nice heated indoor pool. The one downside is Tengo Wi-Fi which is virtually useless. Some train and highway noise but acceptable.
Not a bad park with easy I-10 access. Sites are narrow, extremely narrow. They try to fill every second one which works OK. If it was busy, it would be ugly. We booked a weekend on Friday, thinking the much advertised indoor pool would make the high rate acceptable. After paying, they told us the pool was closed for winter maintenance. Wish they had mentioned that when we made a reservation. Quite a few tenters: and they put them in pull through sites intermixed with RVs. Tenters were quiet and respectful, but near us were 11 people in 5 tents on one site, and 2 tents on a site just behind us. Rule is one RV per site. I guess 5 tents = 1 RV?
Not a bad little desert park but dusty. Pool not heated so not useable in the winter. Sites are really narrow but with a desert setting there is lots of room to maneuver. They have planted trees between sites but in a few years they will impact slide and awning deployment. They are really planted in the wrong place. As others noted the absence of office staff and the sign stating not to pull into a site before registration has sent potential customers down the road.
Rate is after Good Sam discount. Old KOA and very well kept. Sparkling clean and maintained. We had a pull through with nice paved and covered area for picnic table and 2 rockers. Easy access from I-10 and huge sites. Would stay again for sure.
As noted, a very nice park with every amenity. Lots of rules but no one follows them. A 55+ park but lots of residents younger. I would come again for the clean and well kept grounds, pool, facilities and the wide concrete pull throughs. 2 things I didn't like were the automatic sprinklers that soaked your RV every night and no sidewalks on main roads. With thousands of spots and all traffic on one through park road, walking anywhere (to dumpster, activities etc) was dangerous. Beyond those 2 concerns, its a great place. Rate was for 2 month winter stay, power extra.
For an old park (built in 1933) its not bad. We had a long level, concrete pull through long enough for our 40' trailer, 22' truck (unhitched) and car with room to spare. The facilities are certainly dated, but the laundry was the cleanest we have ever seen. The residents were friendly and welcoming. Lots of activities if you want that. Location isn't in the greatest neighborhood but we would definitely come again.
Once you get settled in this park it has a lot going for it. Urban location, great services, clean bathroom, showers, gym, laundry etc. Nice concrete roads at least 30' wide. The problem with this park is that the sites are tiny. They are 35' long at the most so your RV fits but no toad or tow vehicle. Most sites have no room between RVs for parking so everyone parks on the 30' wide street (both sides) so its really hard to get your RV through the park and virtually impossible to get your RV into your site without getting people to move their vehicles. In order to cash in the park had RVs parked in the entrance ramp to the park and one on the road between sites further hampering access. Hard to sleep for the 3 nights we spent there. One neighbor arrived at 1 am and knocked on our door to get us to move our vehicle so he could maneuver. On another night a class A down our row went up in flames. The fire dept needed a bunch or vehicles moved to gain access. Not much left of the motorhome as the fire trucks could not get through all the parked vehicles. This place is a disaster waiting to happen IMO. They need to convert a few revenue spots to parking before I will return.
Easy access, quiet, wide paved roads, concrete sites, cable, 50amp full service, patios, manicured lawns and flower beds. All this and free breakfast for $17.50 (PA rate), who could ask for more. The one thing I would change is the weather. Have been here 3 times in five years. It has been raining all 3 times.
Old KOA built for 20' RV's. Roads only 8-9' wide with sharp turns. You are going to run off the road and it will be muddy if wet. Overhead cable supplies power to sites and the poles/trees used to string the cable are low. A few sites only have about 10' clearance before you will hit the wires. Look up everywhere you drive in this park. As noted before the 50 amp is a joke. Don't pay for 50 amp the 30amp is the same. The roads while narrow are new pavement and the park is really clean. The rate quoted is PA. (PA only gets 10% off) A little too much for what you get in my opinion.
A great location, with wonderful people. It was likely a great park when it was built 35/40 years ago but nothing has been updated. The laundry machines so old the paint has worn off and they are rusty. Bathhouses have individual shower/toilet rooms. Two bathhouses but only 4 unisex facilities operational for the whole park. The pool has no heater so its pretty much useless as its too cold. I was here a month and never saw anyone go near it. Our pull through site was gravel with a concrete pad. The pad was broken and sinking. I used more planks trying to level it than any other park in the last 5 years. When it rained, we had a puddle a foot deep under the RV. I had to set up part on concrete, part on gravel to get level. As others noted cable does not get CBS or NBC and the swing still broken in playground. Our rate based upon monthly stay and includes power and tax. If you don't need park facilities (pool, playground, laundry, showers, rest room, network cable channels) you might like this park but for me, its missing too much. The park really needs to upgrade or replace its facilities.
OK for over nighter. I would not stay longer. Just gravel on a field, most grass dead. Looks like it had cable at one time but no longer. PA only accepted on weekdays. Most sites filled with bunkhouse models. One unisex toilet/shower for entire park. Be prepared to line up. Think I would look elsewhere next time.
Really hard to rate. On one hand its a beautiful spot next to the falls, clean bathrooms, showers etc. On the other hand when we arrived and hooked up: no water. Went to the office to ask and they said they had not heard of a problem and would look into it. My neighbor said the water went out first thing that morning but he was used to problems like that here and always comes with a full tank and a generator. 2-3 hours later we had water and everything worked for the 2 days we were here. Looks like infrastructure at the park is iffy and they bandaid all problems. When you check in, suggest you walk to your site before taking your RV. Sites marked poorly and difficult to find even with a map. Beyond service concerns, its a real nice area. Inexpensive too.
A nice spacious park. The only negative is that it is quite flat so rain runoff can be a problem. Some sites can be under water for days after rainfall and water filled potholes last for days. Beyond that its a great park.
Great location and an OK park if you have a small rig. Big rigs should stay away. Sites and roads are narrow. If you and your neighbor have slides out, you will not be able to walk between the rigs. I got in OK but spent half an hour trying to get out. I finally had to back out of my pull through as there was no room to turn onto the road to exit. Paid $2 for restroom key (not refundable). I gave them the key back but should have kept it: I paid for it. Will not go back.
It was rainy and the park was a mud hole. I didn't get stuck but it was close. Roads were solid but with deep potholes. My site was nothing but mud. If you stepped on the grass you come up mud covered. Needs gravel on the roads. Place is flat so I don't know if you could ever fix the drainage problem.
As previously noted, quiet and clean. Wanted to do laundry. Park had 2 washers and 2 dryers (both out of order). Staff goes home at 6:00 so locals use park as gathering spot at night. (submarine races etc...did not bother us). As staff don't arrive till 9:30 you could arrive after 6, leave early and not pay? Maybe off season has less staff? Access roads a bit tight for 40' trailer, but sites larger. Would come again.
Not a bad park but not real professional in dealing with public. No signage to tell you where the office is and seldom anyone around to take your money. We extended our stay a few times and it was almost impossible to find someone. Constantly saw new arrivals wandering the park trying to figure out how to register. One guy told me he was just taking an open space and leaving the next day without paying. Not sure how that worked out. We stayed over a week and the shower had an old toothpick and razor cover on the floor the whole time I was here. Beyond that, sites were nice, large and well kept. Rate was Passport America and varied from $19-$25 depending on who took your $.
Nice park,paved roads, clean. Extra vehicle $2/dy, cable $4/dy. You should be aware there are a large number of young families in the park. I assume they live off the grid. The children do not appear to attend school,and most seem to to have cash businesses like driveway sealing, asphalt repair and house painting. These people stay to themselves and will not acknowledge your "Hello or Good Morning" greetings.
We kind of enjoyed the open, no trees aspect of this park. Good antena reception, great Wi-Fi ($3/dy extra) Easy access,clean park and facilities. $40 seems a little steep (was Passport America, but no longer). Would stay again.
Very treed. A bit tight for big rigs. Very clean. Antenna TV was very intermittent. Wi-Fi $3.15/day for use only at the office. Save your money--it rarely worked. Wi-Fi $3 at the Portage library and it worked.
An OK treed park. If you take full service and have an over 32' RV check your site before pulling in. The space between the sewer connection and the trees is narrow. I tried twice getting into a spot they assured me was more than big enough before giving up. All I got was a tree branch scraped trailer before moving to a more accessable power only sight.
Rate slightly higher than posted rate. I don't know why and was not given a receipt. Rate does not include cable ($5 day extra). Fairly new park with paved roads and soft gravel sites. Built as a five star park but regular maintenence is lacking. 10kph posted speed limit but watch your kids. With smooth paved roads everyone I saw was going at least 50 through the park. Good power, water, clean restrooms and showers.
Rate reflects under construction price. Normally $48. Pavement not finished, laundry not complete, cable not in. Nice brand new park. By next year it will be fantastic. Packed gravel sites with patios, grass etc. Nice bathrooms and future laundry but fairly small. Walking distance to restaurants.
Rate reflects a monthly rate. Clean with great management. I recommend this park often. If you use the park facilities you should be aware, showers are $2 for 4-5 minutes and the temperature is not adjustable. $3 washers, $3 dryers and you will likely need more than once to dry a load. You can register with the rec center or gym next to the park where showers are included and as hot as you want. The Cochrane coin laundry or on the way to Calgary (exit 53 st) can do your wash faster for half the price.
Rate reflects weekly off season rate. We have stayed here in early spring and late fall 5-6 times before on our way south and always felt it was an aging overpriced park. (no cable, Wi-Fi $) We still think that but this year brings new managers and WOW. They really care about your stay and the condition of the park. They are concerned that your stay is pleasant and will go out of their way to address any concerns you have.
Rate reflects monthly stay in premium pull thru site. The only negative is no cable. Sites are a bit tight but fit my trailer and 2 vehicles fine. Not the greatest neighborhood but security is really good. Got asked for ID when going to restroom after 11pm twice. Really clean and friendly park. Recommended.
As others have noted its clean, well maintained, easy in/out, close to stores etc. I would have rated it higher except for poor Wi-Fi and side by side hookups. Its a busy park. We stayed over 2 weeks and had 10 different neighbors. The site beside us was never vacant. Two neighbors set up elaborate fenced dog runs. The dogs barked at all passers and became frenzied whenever we came or went making outdoor use of our space impossible. In my opinion parks that build side by side spaces should not allow dog runs. I understand RVers need to include their pets but having dogs within 5 feet of your door 24hrs/day is unacceptable.
From first look it appears to be a grubby little park, but we really enjoyed it. It is very clean and quiet. The sites are really close together but it was really no problem to get our 37 ft trailer in place. Location is great. We stayed 6 days and every spot was full every night. That has to tell you something.
After paying $500 for 12 days at check in, I was told power would be off for 2 hours for maintenance. I set up and the neighbor told me they had been without power since 8am the day before. No power over night. The next morning, I was told repairs would not be made til summer but that with conservation we would get 4-5 hours on and 4-5 hours without power. We had power on day 2 for 2 hours over lunch. That night (no power again) I asked about the 4-5 hours on. They explained that was for the park models. RVs were power hogs and could not be turned on. After 48 hours of virtually no power we left. Policy states no refunds but they told us our credit card will only be billed for 2 days, time will tell. Our neighbors had paid for a month, were told they could leave but no refund.
We had stayed previously on trips south and back north. Wi-Fi rarely worked but full hook ups were previously available. This time, the sign indicated water was not available for over nighters. They have underground valves that do not freeze if used properly so I was surprised. Apparently last year a few over nighters had left the water on in freezing weather and froze the pipes on the surface, so only monthly residents get water. My neighbors on each side had water but mine was taped closed. It was 70 with 40 overnight. Didn't like being treated as second class citizen because I was only staying one night. Doubt if I'll be back.
Nice pull off sites. Everything was as advertized. Come early as some sites are shared (2 RVs per site) and putting two 38' motorhomes in one pull out is a little tight. We had a full site and our 37' with 2 vehicles fit easily.
On paper this should be a nice park but it misses the mark. They say Wi-Fi hot spot but its two properties away in the Kinsman hall. I drove down a few times but was unable to connect. Never saw another camper there that could get it to work. Sites are gravel mixed with dirt. It was dry when we pulled in and left 6-8" ruts. Jacks and stabilizers will sink out of site and you rig will sink throughout your stay. No laundry and lots of construction noise during the day. Bathroom access by combination lock that often did not work.