Oh wow. This park is one of a kind. The positives are near down town, next to bike trail, good family pool, most amazing Mexican food in the US right up the street. The Red Iguana is a must stop. Negatives; Over priced !!!! Huge park w/ LOTS of full timers, awful ghetto bar in front of park, smells of sewer (3x instance of sewer regurgitating), lots of perv old men living in their cars, & all around just icky place to be.
For the price this place is out of it's mind. This park is staffed by super tweens, sights are squished (if you don't want to spend big $), MANY parties during on season, Bathrooms faulty, If you have to change anything it will be a battle. Although, the park can be cocky because, the most amazing lake in the west is across the road. You will experience wild life, had a bear bang on our house one night & made lots of cheeky squirrel friends. Beautiful views, hikes, beaches, & neighbors.
You would never think you would find a safe, clean, RV spot to leave your RV in Reno, but here it is. We stay here as a layover to Lake Tahoe or a great place to leave your house when you have to fly to visit family. For the space, security, & comforts the price is right. They also give great cocktail coupons for the local hidden casino.
The honest truth; Crazy small sights, if you don't think so wait for the season. Might win award for the snuggest RV park. Over priced. Small pool for the amount of people accessing it. BUT the new management is more then super great, the park is right in town (ONLY PARK RIGHT IN TOWN), great view of Moab point & great shade trees. We'll stay here every chance we can.
WARNING!!!! DON'T HOOKUP TO THE RV PARK WATER! Make sure your tanks are full before staying here. The sulfur water is not only smelly, but attracts flies as the smell is kin to a carcass. This campground is more for people coming to use the Springs. As stated there is only 5 available spots, the rest is taken by hippie-oneness. Management accommodating & hard working, the rest of the staff is not. Nice facilities for the Springs. Nice pool, hot springs pool, sauna & spa. It seems they only use the sulfur water as the secondary water & tap into a separate spring for the pools. Good place to rent a tee pee, swim naked after dark & remember your youth.
We were not sure if we wanted to stay here by the mixed reviews. We ended up doing so because it is the only park in Arcata. Our experience was very mixed. The first night was terrible. Our site was in the back next to rundown neighbors. There was absolutely no Wi-Fi. The staff was fairly checked out. Second night, the staff was great. They were quick to accommodate us and registered us to a new site so we could get Wi-Fi. My final review is this park is an OK overnighter to see the sights. Just make sure they can park you in front, if they can't then you might want to move on.
This park is one of those finds you are not expecting and then get the exemplary chance to experience it. We only intended to stay the night in Redding on our way through town, but this park was so great that we stayed four. The staff was nice. The park was clean, flat and the manicured plants were very well maintained. We had perfect Wi-Fi. What made this park so great was the river front spots. A perfectly quiet place to watch the river and relax.
This was the only park near San Fran so not by choice we had to stay. We felt like we were headed into a maximum security holding. The park was pricey all ready let alone the fact that they nickeled & dimed you for every family activity they provided. The park was cramped, unkept, & full of locals wanting to party. The positive was the children's play ground was well kept & large. The pool was a decent size, some spots had shade trees & the staff was pleasant.