Hmm, the highest priced park we stayed in, the entire trip. We paid $70 for one night with a Good Sam discount!! Add filthy bathrooms, a lousy Wi-Fi signal, cramped quarters. I rate this place a 2 of 10 and only deserving points for the close proximity to the tribal park. Without question, these rip off artists need some serious competition!
The main thing that this park has going for it is the close proximity in Tombstone to the tourist areas. Other positives are: clean restrooms and showers and an easy pull through for our big rig. The negatives are: Tight, bossy staff, lousy non-secured Wi-Fi and worst of all, a ridiculous price of $49 a night. The base price of $38 a night did not include any allowance for the people in our party. We were charged extra for all 5 of us. We will not stay here again.
An immaculate and well run park. We stayed for 5 days and the only downside were the seasonal mosquitoes. We will stay at this park again. FYI: Verizon 3G Internet data worked flawlessly here, but ATT wireless voice was dismal.
We stayed for one night while in transit. This park is very, very crowded and a bit tight for big rigs. It seems that some people have made this park a destination. I don't see why. Also, with a party of six, the price was very high.
We have a very large rig, and with a little notice the operators of this park took great care of us. The facilities are very clean, the store is the best stocked of any RV park I have ever visited, the little deli serves a nice little breakfast buffet on the weekends and the staff is friendly and continued to ask me how my stay was. Yes there are long term residents in the park but they seem to blend in to the character of the town and the park. Of course the park is a bit tight but, the whole town is built on the side of a mountain and close proximity prevails.
A very crowded, tight older park. It is well maintained and with all the development in Carson City the park caters a good portion of it's spots to long term (not permanent) renters. The staff is friendly. The restrooms and showers were very clean but had very poor ventilation. The WiFi was worthless. Lots of road noise as you are at the intersection of two major highways. Sharp turns in the park, we had to drop our tow'd.
What a great little family park! It is older and not squeaky clean but it is spacious, the staff is very friendly and accommodating and the WiFi out in the middle of nowhere was superb. There is no swimming pool but the streamside swimming area was a hit with the kids. If the restrooms and showers were a bit more up to date, this park would receive a "10" in my evaluation.
The swimming pool is a long walk over to the Golf Lodge. Kids are barely tolerated with numerous warning signs and notes around the camp. The WiFi as advertised was non-existent. It is clear that this park is intended for the guests of ranch subdivision land owners or prospective land owners. Access from the highway is not well marked when southbound on Highway 97 and traverses numerous country roads with intersections requiring sharp turns. Restroom and shower facilities were "clean enough".
Even though this park is mostly asphalt, it is immaculate and still comfortable. Add the awesome staff in the mix and I'd award it a "10" if were not for the cryptic WiFi security. Make sure you visit the fishing town of Charleston!
A clean well run, older park. Definitely family friendly. WiFi worked great. Some facilities are odd - the sewer hookup requires a non-standard fitting that is available "for sale" - negative points assigned.
This is not a family park. It sits on the edge of a steep cliff with a long fall to the beach below. The guard rails and cables at cliff's edge are in poor repair. The WiFi did not work. The bathrooms and showers were fairly clean but falling apart. All spaces are on old asphalt and very, very tight.
This is a very tight fit for big rigs even though the reservation staff says it is not an issue. Getting through the entry gate with a 40' motorhome takes great care and requires observers. There is no Internet service here whatsoever either via WiFi or cellular service. The park is crowded yet well managed. Our space was next to a huge, propane tank with our fire ring far too close to the tank. The staff is very friendly and the facilities are clean. Unfortunately, I think the fees are very overpriced for the experience.
A new, immaculate yet sterile campground. There was no shade and all parking is on gravel. The ocean is a short walk away. WiFi was perfect, all facilities were well managed and the staff was friendly. Easy access for big rigs. All spaces are back-in.
An outstanding state park with very spacious facilities, easy access and a very friendly staff! The "Oregon Trail Interpretive Center" that adjoins the park is not to be missed. We will be back for the "crossing reenactment" next year. No wifi but good 1xrtt VZ wireless data worked fine.
A nice clean park that packs them in tight. They charge a lot for very mediocre wifi. We had our coach washed by a company recommended by the park and their work was sub-par and expensive. We will look for another park if we return to this area.
A superb setting right on the river and not crowded even when full. 30 amps only. Wifi was very fast but I think I snagged a connection from a neighboring house and not the park. The restaurant was excellent. One of our best meals out on our 4200 mile trip! The adjoining bar was stocked with a few true lounge lizards and loud drunks when we arrived but they thinned out before dinner.
What a dump! Avoid! The RV park adjoins a Best Western Hotel and appears to be in complete disrepair. It is also inhabited with a few full time residents that spent their entire weekend in a bottle. The staff could care less. Add that the park adjoins a very busy rail route and well, you get the picture. This park would receive a "0" if it were not convenient to Sandpoint town.
A very tight campground for big rigs. They really pack them in. An extra point for being right on the Druango-Silverton NGRR tracks. Wifi was okay. We will try another park during our 2007 trip to Durango, CO.
A nicer KOA however, the staff has a horrible attitude. Their wi-fi was down hard and inoperative yet they claimed I was at fault. (I am network engineer by profession and a former cellular telephone system operations manager). When I tried to explain my level of expertise to the staff person they said "good for you", completely discounting the issue at hand and never offering a refund.