This is probably our most favorite RV park. Whenever we are in the area we make a point to stop here and rest for a day or two. Everything (Wi-Fi, cable TV, power, etc) works great. Lots of shade. There are no showers or restrooms, so you must be self contained. It is part of an RV dealership, so many people are here to have work done on their RV.
OK stop for an over night. Wi-Fi did not work at all. In fact, they gave you a disclaimer stating that since the Wi-Fi is free, they will not be responsible for it's quality or lack thereof. Cable TV was good.
I mostly agree with previous reviews but because of the negative aspects, I can only give it a 6 and that is a stretch. The resort is too far from town. The short term (three months or less) RV sites have a small cement patio, although some don't even have that. You park on volcanic cinders which is not great. The wind blows all the time so it is impossible to leave your patio awning out. There is absolutely no shade so running the a.c. is a must during the day as it does get quite warm (90-95) and the sun is very intense. None of the activity buildings are air conditioned. Everyone is generally friendly although the first question asked is "are you an owner or a renter"? Nuff said.
We have stayed here several times when passing through the area. The rate cited is with the GS discount. True, it is all gravel. Bathrooms and showers were super clean and have music piped in. The Wi-Fi was down when we were there but the cable TV was excellent.
It has been several years since we stopped at this rv park. They have expanded it considerably. It is still about 99% full of extended stay workers. They seemed to have cleaned it up somewhat as it used to look real trashy. We had no issues with electricity but the weather was mild and we didn't run our A/C. I can imagine when it is hot and everyone is running their A/C. there could be problems. The entrance road is rough but it appeared that it was about to be resurfaced as there were survey stakes along the road. I would recommended making a reservation.
This is a really nice RV park. However, noise from I-20 is significant. It is only about 300ft from I-20, hence the name I-20 RV park. I felt like I was camped in the middle of I-20. Cable TV would be nice as we didn't get much on our antenna. Owners live onsite and are very nice. Rate reflected is with the GS discount.
Not much else to choose from in the Jackson area. It is handy to I-55. Follow the little blue camping signs and just remember to turn in at the Shell station. Very rustic. Lots of trees so satellite reception is a problem but you do get a few channels on the antenna. As others have noted, the entrance is VERY" tight and the gravel road to get back to the campground is VERY dusty. Showers and restrooms were good and they sit up on pilings about 10 ft high so I assume the campground can flood during high water.
10s all around for this RV park. Easy to find as they have put signs at all corners leading to the park. Some airplane noise so if you are a light sleeper it might be a problem. Highway noise negligible.
This park is old. Restrooms/showers need updating or replacing badly. They have that old, musty smell to them. However, the water was hot. The pool appears to be fairly new and was sparkling clean. It appeared that most of the campers were workers.
This is still the best campground/RV park in Durango by far. Nice and quiet. About 1 1/2 miles off of highway 160 West of town. Wi-Fi works very well. Super clean bathrooms and showers. Staff, both owners and workampers, are very helpful.
Super nice RV park. Bathrooms and showers spotless. There is some road noise but it is tolerable. Handy to the southern part of Canyonlands NP (near Monticello) and to Natural Bridges NM. It is aboaut 75 miles to Moab so if you are goint to visit Canyonland NP near Moab and Arches NP, you might want to camp up that way. Our site was a large, 50 amp, pull through with a small grass area and a tree. No cable tv but you get good reception of the major networks on your antenna. Just point it toward the mountain. Satellite dishes should work well as there aren't any large trees.
This is a super nice CG. Very quiet. Owners are very nice. They have added more 50 amp and sewer sites. Cable TV would be a nice addition but our dish worked well and got several channels on the antenna. The rate was based on a monthly rate of $360.
We found this campground to be one of the nicest we have ever stayed in. Everything was super clean and the owners and the Workampers very friendly and helpful. We especially like this CG because it is well off the highway and nice and quiet. We have stayed here several times before and will most certainly return.
This CG is very close to I-80 so road noise can be a problem. It is clean and appears to be very neat. The bathroom/shower, which is just off the laundry room and is uni-sex, is super nice. The one road is rather narrow. Most of the sites appear to be seasonal so there are very few sites available for overnighters. I'd suggest you call ahead to reserve a site.
This campground is showing its age. Restrooms need updating. You have to pay for Wi-Fi, and there is no cable TV. So the $35 is a little steep for what you get or don't get. Many of the sites are taken by workcampers who work in the Adventureland park. Recommend you make a reservation if you plan on stopping here in June, July, or August.
This is our fourth year to stop at this CG. It has always been a good place to stop, at least I thought it was. But a new owner has taken over and has a lot to learn. When we arrived at 3:30, the office was closed and a note said to pick a site, which we did. It was almost dark when the owner finally was in the office. The Wi-Fi did not work at our rig and the grounds needed grooming. The showers were OK, but could be better. I hate to knock a CG, but this new owner better shape it up.
This campground is a little different. It sits in an area surrounded by older mobile homes, which are used as summer cabins. The washroom/showers are typical public units in that they are bare concrete and you must keep pushing a button in the shower to keep the water going. It is definitely off of the beaten path but if you enjoy this type of campground, like we do, you will like it.
It is kind of high priced for what you get. Most casino camp grounds are very reasonably priced but this one isn't. It is Ok. The rest room and showers needed attention. But I would stay here again in a pinch.
This is a very plain CG. It is about 1/4 mile off of the interstate so noise is not a problem. Like a lot of the West Texas CGs, it is mostly full of workers living here but it has not taken on the trashy look that most CGs do when full of workers. The couple who own it are very nice.
I completely agree with the previous posts regarding this campground. However, it is hard to find. There are no signs whatsoever. The directions on the campground web site only mention to turn right on Turbville RD but doesn't say how far it is. Well, it is the second street and there is a big steakhouse on the corner. Good luck.
This is absolutely a no frills CG/RV park. It's not listed in any CG directory but we found it by asking at a local service station. We were desperate for a CG late in the afternoon/evening and were tired. No showers but that's OK as we are self contained. Some long term residents but we had no problems. We were just glad to find a place to stop for the night. The rate quoted is for a 30amp site with water.
Certainly not fancy, but functional. Mostly seasonal (workers) so it can look rather trashy. We have stayed here several times for one night when passing through the area. For the money ($25 less 10% GS discount) it is great. Full hookups, including 50 amp, good free wi-fi and CTV. Close to I-10 but road noise is not a problem. Rest rooms/showers are clean.
I'm not a big KOA fan, but this one is very good. Well off of the highway (I-10) so road noise is not an issue. Spic and span clean park all around. My problem with KOA's in general is that they are overpriced and too often sit right next to the highway.
While this park probably had the nicest shower house I've ever seen, I can't give it a higher rating for two reasons. Road noise from the interstate highway and poor, muddy sites for water / elec. only sites.
A nice CG. Not exactly for kids as there isn't much for them to do. The highway can be noisy at times but is not a problem if you are in the full hook-up area. There is a great bike/hiking path that goes for miles along the Hennipen canal. One negative about the CG is that electric power is low, especially during warm weather, so be careful about running the a.c.
Like most state parks, they give you a lot f room between sites. My gripe with all of the Michigan state parks is the fee they charge for each motor vehicle. We have a motorhome so therefore we needed to pay for a pass for each vehicle which is stupid. All you do is drive the motorhome to your site and then again when you leave. People with a trailer or fifth wheel do not have to pay for their camper unit since it is not a motor vehicle. I'll never stay in a Michigan state park again.
We have used this park several times as a one night stop over. It is handy to I-10 and easy to get in and out of. It is close to I-10 so noise road noise may be a factor but we slept with the windows closed and the air conditioner on. Staff is friendly and escort you to your site. They even furnish the cable for the cable tv.
This is a nice clean park with nice, level pull through sites. It is only 8 miles to the West entrance to Glacier National Park. The owners stay on site in a fifth wheel and had a very nice Work camper couple assisting them.