Not much to look at park but for an overnight after driving 585 miles it was just what I needed. Friendly check in, had to ask if they took Good Sam to get my discount, they did so that was a plus. A list of the cable TV channels would have been nice and I suggested that. Gas station and Mexican restaurant close by for the road-weary. Quiet place to rest your head for the night. I would stay again.
Very friendly check in and assistance to my spot for the night. Nice clean park. I rarely use the showers at an RV park but did here and I was pleased with how clean the one I used was. One thing that I especially liked about this park was the little white picket fences that hide your neighbors sewer connections, something so simple that makes a world of difference even in an overnight only and I appreciated it.
Friendly staff, good clean park, and a great location for what I needed to do in the area. Old Town Orange has wonderful restaurants and shops. I was a little surprised at the amount of full time residents here, but everyone was very nice, and I enjoyed my stay.
This was a nice overnight stop for me. Staff was very nice upon check in. I did not have a reservation and was given a lovely back-in spot with a view. The price was rather shocking for an overnight stay. There is a small airport next to the park which could be a problem if you don't like noise, it did not bother me at all. I will probably stay here again just because it is a good stop on my way from Phoenix to Santa Barbara area.
I am giving Flying Flags a poor rating mainly due to the staff. When I was checking in, I was told to keep everything locked up even when I go to take my dogs for a walk because people from the housing development next door would come steal stuff. Then I was told to be careful of rattlesnakes! When I asked if they give a Good Sam discount I was told no they don't need to do Good Sam because there is no competition in the area. Let's just say this place lacks class! I was happy I took an end spot (#347) away from the main Club House because the other spots lack any appeal what so ever. Despite all that, I had a nice quiet stay at Flying Flags, enjoying the surrounding areas. I won't stay here again tho.
Nice well kept park with all the amenities. The adult only hot tub area was especially nice even tho I didn't have the chance to use it. Staff was very friendly, so were the other campers. Wi-Fi didn't have very good signal nor did the cable TV, but with all the wine tasting in the area I didn't really care. I was in a small back-in spot up on the hill which was perfect for me. I will stay here again.
I stopped here overnight after 12 hours of driving; I was exhausted. The couple that pulled in right before me got the last spot. The owners took such good care of me though. They parked me in their overflow which was a spot in front of their home. I only needed 30 amp electric so this worked out just fine. It was shady and close to the shower which I desperately needed. When it comes to customer service it doesn't get better. I would stay here again.
I only stopped for overnight but was tempted to stay longer. The customer service I received from the front desk was excellent. When I checked in, I heard people having fun in the restaurant and bar: wanted to join them! Nice pool area, the Wi-Fi worked great as well as the cable TV. Once the trees have matured, there will be decent shade I would think. I will stay here again anytime I am in Bakersfield which is my usual stop between Arizona and California.
Good spot to overnight. The owner is a very nice man. Decent space between spots with grass area. Easy on and off freeway, quiet for a good night's sleep. My coffee maker broke, and it would have been nice if coffee was offered in the office, but a restaurant is in walking distance.
If I had not had reserved the deluxe spot with the patio I probably would have turned around upon entrance and gone to park in my friend's yard. My first impression was not a good one, but after staying my overall view is that this is an OK KOA. Decent park, friendly people, quiet. Good place for kids; there is an arcade area inside, mini golf that could use some TLC, dog run area. Pool and adult hot tub, neither of which I used. Would I stay here again, probably not just for the fact I have lots of friends in the area with yards I can crash in.
When I first drove in I didn't think much of it, but once I saw the spot I was given I ended up staying a week instead of 2 nights. The staff was quite nice. Met a lot of very nice people staying at the park. Busy on the weekend, weekdays were quiet and mellow. Good location to see sights, the beach is wonderful. The wi-fi didn't work well at all, I had my aircard which worked fine. I would stay here again.
Location, location, location. What I like best about this park is being able to ride my bike right to the shops & restaurants. No need to get back in the car once you're parked here. Walks on the beach are a great way to start the day. Lots of security here. Everyone seems very happy here, other campers are laid back and friendly. The electric and sewer seem far apart and could use updating. My site was pretty well flooded when I arrived but one call and a group of employees took care of it beyond my expectations. I will stay here again.
You get what you pay for! Ocean Mesa is top notch all the way. The staff are all very friendly, so helpful and just a pleasure to have a conversation with. The grounds & buildings are kept immaculant. I recommend strolling down to the Market & Deli. I will stay here again next time I am in Santa Barbara.
Stopped in at 1 pm for an overnight stay. I did not have a reservation but was given a nice back in spot with grass area for the dogs. The lady at the front desk is so friendly! I have found the other people staying here to be equally nice. It is a nice quiet park, just what I needed. Wi-Fi is only free for an hour and you have to sign up for free trail via the site. I have a wireless card so that is not an issue. The cable TV is great, lots of channels. This is a nice, low key park. I would stay here again.
This is a very nice state park. I was there with the Airstream 4 Corner's Unit for the New Year and stayed 6 nights. It was quiet, nice, and dark at night. We reserved the Quail Loop and had it for a total of 22 Airstreams. We enjoyed the ramadas that have electricity and the fire ring got good use. The Rangers and volunteers were very helpful and nice to deal with. The bathrooms/showers were clean; only complaint is that it was cold in there, but luckily the water was good and hot. The sunsets were amazing!
With all the free camping in this area I don't know why you would stay here unless you are addicted to hook ups. The reservations manager has absolutely no management skills what so ever. She is down right rude and obnoxious. They charge way too much for the RV spots and charge extra for everything else, total rip off. The only good thing about Mormon Lake Lodge was the bartender who is lovely, friendly and has a great personality. But the food was not good and very over priced. My advice is DON'T STAY HERE! Unless you want to be told "you have to go to bed at 10 p.m.".
Owners very nice and helpful. Large spots, I was in #4 with a view of the stored rv's (not appealing). Park interior roads were all rock and hard on the pooches paws, but the park backs up to the forest which was a plus. The restrooms & laundry in process of being built and will be a major bonus. If you stay here don't forget to bring OFF or some other mosquito repellent as they were out in force. Relaxed enviroment, was a good spot for a Rally.
Thanks to this web site I found this park for a 5 night stay. Toward the end of the season for tourism in Durango (I was told) so I had a back in, stream spot with very few "neighbors" for my stay. My site #4 didn't have sewer which was the only down side. The owners/staff were all very nice and helpful. The bathrooms were the cleanest I have seen in an rv park. Laundry room was also extremely clean but up the hill and not very convenient. Wifi worked well but tv reception was all but non existant. Enjoyed my stay.
Have just arrived from Phoenix, so happy to be near the ocean again and cooler temps. Not sure what the last reviewers issue was to stay 10 minutes and leave. Brenda at the office was very nice when checking in. So far its quiet, nice breeze. Large, back in spot with picnic table, some shade for the dogs. It's all good. I could only get week days because I did not plan ahead but I am just so happy to be back in Mission Beach. As far as the fence goes, hey it keeps the riff raff out and the mobile homes well they aren't so bad and probably worth a hell of a lot this close to the beach.
Hostess was very nice to deal with but sadly this park really lacks appeal in appearance. Very small, one little loop is all it consists of. It seemed to be mostly long term residents or at least looks that way. I decided to move onto another spot.
I am so glad I decided to stay at Dead Horse Ranch. Main reason for my visit was to see Jerome, this park has an excellent location. What I really loved was waking up in the morning and taking one of the many hiking trails that surround the campsites. The sites themselves are spacious. Everyone I met who worked in the park was very friendly and informative. I look forward to my next visit here.
I arrived late in the evening to this park, stayed just long enough to get some sleep. That would be if I had not been put next to the managers trailer and the occupants hadn't turned their car headlights on and off several times shining directly into my trailer. The train noise was very loud, sounding like harleys riding through the park. Very unfriendly place, the residents gave me odd looks. The dog walk area was okay but signs everywhere else in the park telling you to keep pets off grass which I thought was ironic considering there were stray cats everywhere. I would not stay here again.
Woman behind the counter was nice enough. Back-in concrete spot only. Not exactly appealing. The problem was it was 122 degrees. Even with a/c on my Airstream would not cool down, left after 2 hours of sweating. No place to walk the dog, park is all black top which burned the dogs paws. I would not stay here again $38 is way too much for this park.