Not much to complain about with this park. While not Ocean front by the rules, we were ocean view. There was a road and a large grass lot between us and the water. Just beautiful. Nice short drive after the experience of crossing the border from Maine. We would return if in the area again. The big rig site was fine though I worried about the phone wires as I drove in. The sites are gravel.
Neat well run and organized park on a small lake. I bit hard to find but really worth the effort. Rated down due to county road entering park and sites do not have concrete pads. Not many do in snow country. We had a delightful stay.
We planned to stay several days but signed up for one night when we entered the office. I watched the electrician wire the office Circuit Breakers using PVC pipe as conduit and the rest was a mess. The prior review with water issues was right. I saw the water filling the pool and it was rusty not clear. My filter was rusty after just one day. Stay if you must as there are not a lot of choices. This is the worst park in two months of traveling.
You will think you are nuts when you pull in and remember this park is highly rated. Well, the park is a gravel lot around Betty's home. Good power, water and sewer but the high rating is for Betty and the friendship she kindles among her campers. We arrived on the day before trash pick up so at the daily "Happy Hour" (BYOB) it was decided to order Crawfish for the park or "Mud Bugs" from a local takeout. What fun and the residue was picked up in the morning by the Parish Police! No smell to contend with. You won't regret the experience at Betty's RV. We found it on RV Park Review, and are glad we did.
I feel bad giving this park a nine. But, I require concrete pads and paved interior drives to do so. All else is good here, Wi-Fi, power and sewer, but more importantly the owners are the operators and incredibly hard working and friendly to the extreme. One owner used to work for the park service and knows more about PEI than you could ever want. The other owner is in charge of the planted areas and office. They do have 50 amp now and great Wi-Fi. We are at the end of the park and posting this on their Wifi; try this park first and if they can't get you in, I bet they will direct you to a good one. It is big rig friendly.
Great base to visit the Cabot Trail. Stayed here in 42' rig, and the 50 amp was fine, looked new and the Wi-Fi was outstanding. I am sure we will miss it. The season is starting, so not sure how the increased use will affect it. Be sure to get the owner/mgr to give you instructions on things to do and which way to drive the Cabot Trail. Didn't get a 10 because of gravel sites and driveways. But it is a good as you can find in this area.
Beautiful setting and well maintained park with pay to fish trout ponds for the little ones. Right on the Boulder river. No laundry and sewer hookup uphill from RV drain. Otherwise would get a 10. They let me wash my rig for an extra $5.00. Be sure to visit the natural bridge falls while you are in the area. Just incredible and no one mentions it.
Thank you RV Reviewers. We had no idea where to stay but wanted to be near the Custer Battlefield. The reviewers were right on. This park has nice people, gravel sites well separated and large. Only challenge was that the county had just graded the 1/4 mile county road and while smoother, it was really bad in the dust department. I had just cleaned the rig too (of course) but yes I would like to stay here again. High end park.
We were in site 260, back in the trees. No cable TV in this area but it was so beautiful it was worth the 4 days without TV. We had trouble with our toad and the staff was more than helpful getting us set up. They even gathered round to push it into a place where it could be picked up by the tow truck. I think we scared it because it magically fixed itself at that point. Would love to stay here again.
We really like this park. Have stayed here multiple times. Only catch is that there are few RV spaces, maybe 25. They are all concrete with paved access roads. Great little dog park and a really neat Veterinarian just down the road. The nicest place near Park City.
This is an okay place to stay overnight. Gravel sites and a confusing entrance. You need to pull well past the office to get out of traffic. Nice hard working people, but nothing to recommend it for an extended stay. Not close to anything, which some may think is a good thing. We stayed in a pull through site, that was not quite long enough.
Great overnight stop. Stayed in a pull through and didn't have to disconnect at 65 feet. Owner/manager was extremely friendly and helpful. I feel bad giving it an 8 because we enjoyed ourselves and it is a just the right driving distance from the Bay Area. Rated down due to number of full time occupants and dust from gravel roads in park. WiFi, cable TV, water and sewer are all excellent. Needed to call ahead though. It was full by 7PM.
We stayed in the best site in the park, overlooking the valley. The people continue to be outstanding and the facilities continue to improve. So much to do in the area even if you don't like wine. We have been here many times and it is hands down, the best in the area.
We stay here regularly for a few days to a week while we visit family. The roads are tight for a 42 foot motorhome and some of the monthly folks park in the roadway. There is no cable but the owners are really nice and try hard to keep things under control. We had a newbee decide to run his generator one night after 10pm and the owner was right there telling him to turn it off. We will stay here again.
Wow! Great location, beautiful tall trees and a river at your back door. The owners have made incredible improvements to this park over the last couple of years. If you are not happy here, you won't be happy anywhere. Good Wifi and cell service too. Great for large dogs. Our Lab didn't want to leave.
The owner of this park is pretty casual and did his best to be sure we enjoyed our stay. The Wi-FI is spotty away from the office and the trees, while beautiful, will play havoc with your satellite but the cable is good. The sites have been angled in the past few years and it makes parking much easier. We had no problem getting in or out of the driveway so don't know what the past reviewer had as a problem. About 2/3s of the park is full time but we had no problem with any of them. We rated it down due to maintainence and Wi-Fi. Both could be easily remedied.
High marks for this KOA. We had a pull thru for a 42 foot motorhome. Great View of the valley and we hit them when they were having a 2 for 1 promotion. Lots of interesting birds came to our feeder and our lab appreciated the dog run. People make the park and these folks get a 10. We liked being away from the trains that seem to be right next to all RV parks. If you are going to Angel Fire this is a great place to stop and get used to altitude.
Thank you fellow reviewers. We usually avoid KOA but on this trip have been to 3 KOAs because of reviews on RV Park Reviews. This one has lots of 10s and they are right. The owners are on site and "ACTIVE" in making sure your stay in their park is all that it can be. We are traveling in a 42 foot long motorhome and our site #8 is perfect. The visitors center should try to do as well as Suzanne here at the KOA. We went from 2 to 4 nights because of her efforts.
If you are interested in either a one nighter or five like we did, you will be pleased with this basic RV park. Bring your bird seed and feeder and you will be amazed at how soon the birds find it. Gambles Quail, Black headed Grosbeaks, one Rose-breasted Grosbeak male, Cow birds by the hundred, black chinned hummingbirds, Bullocks Orioles went nuts over the orange half we hung up. The park is all gravel with lots of open space between rigs. Bosque Del Appache is a mile down the road and worth the trip for any new or experienced birder. Plus the best Green Chile Burgers in the world are just down the road in San Antonio. Nice people all around. We were in a big rig.