The park has easy access off the I-40 and is big rig friendly. We have been coming here for years because its the only acceptable park in the area. We were met by friendly and informative staff. Our site was on the north end closest to I-40. We had to zig zag thru the isles due to large coned off sink holes in the drives. We noted many asphalt repair attempts that are failing along the way to our site. The sites are all level concrete with the utilities in the right spot. Our electrical didn't work, but our second site all was good. Our evening walk revealed the park has succumbed to the poor economy, not only its lacking maintenance but the permanents out number overnighters 10 to 1. The stuff being crammed into sites, construction equipment and there supplies, furniture, and the blue tarps are many. Why the office bothers giving out park rules at check in is beyond me. The wind does blow - only stopping long enough to change directions, you do get the Freeway noise. Wi-Fi is good. Verizon good. The park is not the Oasis it used to be.
First of all, I would like to give the manager a 10/10. This lady is truly a nice and very helpful person. I have never had a RV park manager call to check up on us to see if we needed any help or directions before I even arrived. She set up our tours printed coupons for us and when we called she was there - thank you. Now the park. Long, dusty, but smooth road into the park, don't plan on keeping anything clean. The park was in the middle of some renovations and things were kinda out of place. You park on flat level gravel spots, the utilities were in place and working. This place could be a real mess if it rains. They have Wi-Fi that didn't work in our visit and Verizon had one bar and limited 3G. Restrooms and laundry were a bit of a walk up the road and off the beaten path. There is a small stagnant creek that runs thru the park - don't know if it has fish. There's no activities in the park so we stayed out and about until it was time for dinner and bed. I recommend the river walk tours, Alamo and the Toyota tour which manager can help you with. It has the potential for a higher rating.
Met by friendly staff/camper at ranger station. First glance of the entrance was very nice well groomed. We were told to drive around find a spot we like then finish checking in. I liked that. Most premium spots already taken that offered 50amp ($3.00) a day. Plenty of 30amp. We ended up moving spots twice. Both times the utilities were in bad repair. We ended up with poor water pressure,and like most a dump connection that ran up hill. Not good. We had to step out onto our picnic table from our coach to jump to a dry spot due to flooding when it rained, and it does. The interior roads are dirt and rough broken asphalt with sever unmarked hazards in the corners. They are selling off parts of the park to Encore and private parties. This place is in need of serious repair and attention. It's a gamble if your stay will be good. For me I had mechanical problems and was stuck there. I will pass on this park in the future.
Nice location close to beach. Desk staff acted like he didn't want to be there; we had to pry info out of him. They put us on the street/sidewalk outside the park, twenty feet from the street (Seawall St). Lots of foot traffic. We had to lock everything up and listen to racing diesel pickups and motorcycles all night. Then there's the large security lights that shine into your coach all night; no sleep. After two days we were able to move into the main park. Level concrete pads, good utilities, and beautiful views of the beach. The park was clean, and well groomed. The security gates were left open all night and were used for short cuts by non-guests. When you make reservations ask if they are putting you on the street/seawall.
Price reflects Passport America. The park is a bit off the beaten path. Beautiful setting very quiet and clean. The park roads show signs of heavy rain ruts. Unhook your toad at office area. There are some tight turns. Our site on the hill was plenty big enough and satellite friendly. All hook ups properly positioned and working. Deer and a huge buck would frequent our site. Our experience with the Wi-Fi was terrible. Staff and owner friendly and helpful. Not allowed to wash RV because their water is trucked in. Camping World approx 40 miles south and Costco approx 40 miles north. Over all very nice park would definitely stay there again.
All I can say its not A.O.K. By far the most terrible place I've ever stayed in my 28 yrs on the road. It's a run down dirt lot where nothing works. Noise from planes, trains,and the freeway. Our spot the electric didn't work (wired wrong) dump hook up broken off below the ground and full of dirt. Water valve handle missing. Full of run down permanent campers with trash and miscellaneous junk all over the place. I know this is a unattended pay on the honor system, but really the owner/manager needs to pay a little more attention to this place. We live and learn in traveling, this will be one for the books.
Well what can you say it's Hart Ranch. A private membership resort that allows RPI members ($21). We arrived and were met by friendly group of ladies (camp workers) who went out of there way to make us happy. Due to Labor Day we had to move once no biggie. This park is ran like a fine tuned watch, that being said there is a lot of do's and Don'ts. Which I can understand when you have over 400 campers. Security is friendly but quick to point out your flaws. Every thing worked great there's a store, game room, and laundry rooms on every corner, there are daily activities that run all day. The Restaurant is just ok great for a quick snack. We brought our motorcycle and took in all the Black Hill sites this was awesome. We stayed in a M/H and will stay there again.
Price reflects Passport America. All gravel park and dusty. Did not get sewer hook up with the P.A. membership. They have an on site dump station. Park was only 25% full. Staff was friendly and accommodating. No trees for shade and the wind blew all the time. The laundry room was ok. The Wi-Fi isn't the best in town (very weak). It's quite a drive to both Yellowstone and Cody. We use this park to refresh and stock up while dry camping in the area and for that reason we will stay here again.
When we arrived the park was full. The owner called several other parks and they were full. And what happened next was above and beyond,the Owner took the time to make room for us in there private drive way. The owners are super nice. The park is well kept and in working order. The park isn't for light sleepers due to train and road noise but ear plugs which the owner provided and running your A/C fan helps. We could stay here for a few nights if need be. Don't pass up this park with out trying it for your selves,the hospitality is genuine and refreshing.
P.A. Rates. Turn into park is a little tight swing wide. Exit is tough with large rig and toad. Office staff very friendly and helpful and it's a very nice facility. Spot was a pull through and didn't have to unhook tow vehicle. Sites could be leveler but not a deal breaker. Utilities all worked and satellite friendly in the entire park. Front rows can get some road noise, No shade, not freeway close, and not much to do. Free Wi-Fi, one device only, but works great. Silverton has some stores to look at. Great for couple of nights. Would stay again when passing through
Th rate cited is the RPI rate. We were very happy with the park. 30 amps work for one air but it will trip the breaker if not careful. Managers are very friendly and helpful. Satellite works in the whole park. Spots can be a little tight but worked out fine. Facilities are clean and kept nice. You need a towed vehicle to get around. Good local bike riding. Would have given an eight but the Wi-Fi was poor to non existent for $1.00 a night extra. We stayed in a 40 foot rig with towed vehicle. We stayed seven nights. So much to see and do. We would stay there again.