This is a very good overnight park. It is convenient to I-44 and US-69. The sites are large, level, gravel pull thrus. This is a no frills park. It has few amenities. There is no host, showers or restrooms. There needs to be more of this kind of park along the highways for overnighters. We will stay there again.
Lewis First Monday RV Park has three RV parking areas on the First Monday Trade Days grounds. There is one on the east side of the creek and a second on the west side of the creek. RV parking is on the perimeter of the parking lots for First Monday Trade Days shoppers. The lots are asphalt. The sites have 30 amp electric. There are several connections on each post, so may have to have a long electric cord. Water facets are shared. Some sites have sewer. The sites on the east side of the creek are mostly level. The west side has some level sites and some that are not very level. When it rains a lot, the creek sometimes rises into the RV park/parking lot. We have always stayed in the first two lots, but this time we went up the hill to the third area because rain was in the forecast. Only RVs park there, no shoppers. It is asphalt with electric, water and sewer. The sites are level. There are twelve 50 amp sites in addition to the 30 amp sites. It is rather close quarters with RVs facing each other. The sites are at a 90 degree angle making it a little harder to back in, but large RVs do park there. We have a (40' with 4 slides). There are about 50 sites at each location. There is no host, restrooms or showers. Payment can be made at the Dixie House or someone will come by for payment. They only take cash or check. You are given a plastic ribbon to hang on your RV showing you have paid. They also give you a parking pass to hang in your tow vehicle so you can come and go onto the First Monday Trade Days grounds when you want. They take no reservations, first come/first served. They are probably only open each month during First Monday Trade Days, not sure about that. There are a lot more RV sites on the First Monday grounds, but I don't know anything about them.
This is a very nice clean well maintained park. Roads are gravel. Sites are gravel, level pull thrus with grass between sites. The park is big rig friendly. The park is convenient to I-20, but we didn't notice much noise. We stayed here a couple of days while waiting to move to a site on the First Monday Trade Days grounds.
This is a park with few amenities. There is no office, host, restrooms, or showers. Roads and sites are gravel and big rig friendly. Sites are level pull thrus and the electric is good. The park is convenient to I-30. It looks to have a lot of permanent residents and few overnight sites. An employee from the RV dealership came to collect the rent.
This is a good overnight park. It looks to be fairly run down, but is the only RV park in the area. The electric box at our site had the lid dangling, but the electricity seemed to work OK. Sites are gravel pull thrus, level and big rig friendly. The park is convenient to I-30. The park is full of oil field workers leaving very few overnight sites. We checked in at 3 PM and got the last site. A couple of RVs came in later and were turned away. There are very few parks in west Texas, so they probably had to drive another hour or two to find a place to spend the night. We would suggest making a reservation or getting there early.
We only spent one night in this park, but were impressed with it. It is a very pretty, clean, well maintained park. Fence, shrubs and flowers were between every two sites. These two sites were side by side pull thrus with RVs facing opposite directions. The park is big rig friendly, but the sites are none too large. Streets are asphalt and sites are gravel and level. The park is convenient to I-10.
This is a good convenient RV park. It is close to I-8, but we did not hear any highway noise. Most sites are large, clean, level pull thrus. Sites and roads are gravel. The park is big rig friendly. Check in is at the Shell station. They do not take reservations. We paid $13 which is the Escapees and Passport America discount rate. There needs to be more of this kind of parks along the highways for overnighters. We will stay there again.
Pros about this RV park are that it is convenient to I-10, level pull thru sites, big rig friendly and is reasonably priced. That said, it was not picturesque except the beautiful sunset. Sites and roads are gravel/sand/dirt. Sites are close to each other. We were taken to our site and the RV in the next site was using our side by side electric box. We tried plugging into their electric box and it didn't work,so had to move to another site. I'm not sure how well the park is maintained. It is not a place to spend much time, but OK for a quick overnight stay.
We have stayed at Sunset Palm for the past four winters, November-March. They advertise as having the largest sites and lowest rates in Yuma. That is probably correct. The sites are wide, deep and level. Sites are sand/dirt with a large concrete patio. There is only one tree, the Sunset Palm. Street are wide asphalt/sand. Owners don't spend much on improvements, but do keep the park very clean and well maintained. There is no activity director, but residents are encouraged to have games, dinners, crafts, etc. in the clubhouse and adjacent patio. Monthly rate with a 5 month reservation is $290 + electricity. We have a reservation for the 2014-2015 season. There are a few sites available for overnighters.
This is a neat, clean, well maintained RV park. The park is mostly gravel with a few trees and shrubs. Sites are large, level pull through. It is big rig friendly, also satellite friendly. The park is conveniently located on Business I-10 thru town. We have stayed there many times.
The rate reflects the Escapees discount. We used this park for an overnight stop. It is an older park and getting rather run down. We had a fairly large level dirt pull thru site that was satellite friendly. There are some trees, no grass and lots of sand burrs. The showers were older but clean. It is conveniently located on the business route through town.
This is a convenient overnight park on the west side of Oklahoma City. Most sites are level, big rig friendly pull thrus. There are trees, but some sites are satellite friendly. This is an older RV park that is getting a bit run down. There are lots of permanent residents. They have a free daily newspaper, coffee & muffins every morning. Because of the location, we always stay there while visiting friends in Oklahoma City.
This is a gravel parking lot style RV park. Sites are level, full hookup, big rig friendly pull through sites. There are no trees or grass. All sites are satellite friendly. There are no showers, restrooms, laundry, picnic tables or host. The office is usually closed, just pick a site, get an envelope from the box at the front of the office and deposit the fee into a lock box. The price has recently increased to $25. This is really too much considering the lack of amenities.
Whispering Woods is a very nice new RV park located at the Indigo Sky Casino. It is almost all asphalt, but has grass and trees around the perimeter. There is a grassy area in the middle of the park with flowers and shrubs. Also, a covered picnic pavilion with an outdoor fireplace. All sites are level backins with 50 amp and water. There is one site with sewer, but it is used as a dump. The park is big rig friendly. Sites are long, but not too wide. There is room for slides, but if another RV was in the next site, it would be very close. The restrooms and showers are very nice and clean. There were no trees to obstruct the satellite. Both Verizon and AT&T worked good. We drove in, parked in a site and walked to the hotel check in to pay. It doesn't seem to be a very busy park. It is on US-60 about 10 miles south of I-44. We will stay there again.
This review is for Campground 3. Roaring River is a beautiful state park. Coming from Cassville, there is a steep hill down into the park. Then you have to go back up the hill when you leave. Most sites are big rig friendly. Some sites are satellite friendly, some are not. The campground was flooded this past summer, so a lot of new 30 amp electrical boxes have been installed. Verizon works good, AT&T not at all. We like Campground 3 because we can walk a very short distance to the river and fish for awhile, go back to the RV, then fish again later. Restrooms and showers were not very clean.
This is a very nice clean well maintained park. It is conveniently located right on I-40 about 10 miles east of Kingman. Roads and sites are gravel and level. There are both pull through and back in sites. There are a few trees, but most do not block satellite TV. We would stay at this park again.
This is a very nice well maintained park. Streets and sites are gravel and level. No trees, so satellite TV worked. The staff was very nice about not giving you more amenities than you need. We had a 30 amp electric and water site. We did did hear a few planes and trains, but they didn't keep us awake. We got the Escapees discount. We will definitely stay at this this park the next time we are in Gallup.
This is a convenient no frills overnight park located near I-40. Roads and sites are gravel/dirt. All sites are pull through and fairly level. There are a few trees, but most do not get in the way of a satellite signal. The rate is a little high for what you get.
This review is for Campground 4. It is up a steep hill and in the woods. Roads and sites are asphalt. There are both level and unlevel sites. Sites are electric only. It is a very rustic area. We hadn't made reservations and couldn't get a site in Campground 1 which is full hookups and where most big rigs stay. It is more park like with paved sites, grass and a few trees. I would give Campground 1 a considerably higher rating than Campground 4.
This is an Escapees park. Roads and sites are gravel and mostly level. The roads are rather narrow and turns are tight. The sites are small and close, but most do accommodate big rigs. The park is clean and well maintained. For pets, they now have a fenced dog area.
This is a beautiful state park in a valley at the bottom of a long hill. There are 3 campgrounds. Numbers 1 & 2 are reservable. Number 3 where we always stay is non-reservable. Roads and sites are asphalt. Most sites are large enough for big rigs. Most of the sites are reasonably level. Some sites have shade, some do not. We usually get a site where out satellite TV will work. Local TV channels do not work. Verizon Wireless works great, AT&T Wireless does not work at all.
This is a COE campground on Stockton Lake. Streets are asphalt; sites are gravel, some level, others not very level. There are about 10 electric sites that back up to the lake. Most of the other sites have a view of the lake. There are about 28 sites with electricity, the rest are for dry camping. This park is about 6 miles north of Greenfield, MO, just off Highway H. The $8 rate is using the Senior Pass, otherwise it is $16
This is a very nice, clean, well maintained RV park. It is located at the Meskwaki Casino. All sites are paved pull-thrus and level. Each site has a paved patio and picnic table. There is grass and a small tree on each site but no real shade. There are no trees to obstruct a satellite dish. There is good 50 amp electricity, but no water or sewer at each site. There is a place to get fresh water and also a dump station. Restrooms, showers and laundry were very clean. This park is big rig friendly. The park is only a couple of years old.
This is a nice, clean, well maintained campground. It is out in the country about 8 miles east of Dodgeville, Wisconsin. It is on a hill with very scenic views. The roads are paved, and the sites are gravel/dirt/grass. Some sites are level, some not so level. There is a lot of grass and scattered trees. It is a pretty park. Satellite TV would work from most of the sites.
This is a very nice, clean, well maintained RV park. Roads and sites are gravel. Some sites are level, some not so level. There is lots of grass and trees. Most sites could not get satellite TV from a roof top dish or dome. I saw several dishes on tripods.
This is a nice, clean, well maintained park. It is located between Sturgeon Bay and Egg Harbor. It has private sites, owners sites, seasonal sites, and about 50 sites available to the general public. We paid the Passport America rate. Roads are narrow, dirt and winding. Some sites are heavily wooded, while others are in the open with fewer trees. Our site was in the open area. It was spacious, level and had lots of grass. Satellites work in this area. Sites have 50 amp electricity and water (no sewer). Sites in this area are big rig friendly and the narrow roads can be navigated by being careful. Our AT&T telephone worked fine, but our Verizon aircard had a very weak signal and barely worked. They had Wi-fi, but it only worked near the office. The park wasn't full on weekdays, but filled up with families on weekends. There are lots of activities for kids including a waterpark and also an adult only pool. When the park is full, there is a lot of dust from the roads, and smoke from the campfires.
This is a free parking area at the Oneida Casino. It is located on the street behind the Bingo Hall. Sites are paved, long, parallel, level spaces along the side of the street. There is 30 amp electricity and a grassy area with picnic tables. There are also trash containers. Security patrols the street frequently. There are no other amenities. There is no host, water, sewer, dump, restrooms or showers. The sites are large enough for big rigs. Just drive in and park in an available space. First come, first served.
This is a rustic campground in the tall trees. Roads are paved. Sites are dirt/gravel and fairly level. There is very little grass. Sites have side by side hookups, even the backins which means one RV has to back in and the other has to pull in forward. The campground is big rig friendly. There are no showers or restrooms. We could not get satellite TV from our site. Telephone and air card signals were very weak. The campground is off the beaten path and the only reason for going there is to go to the casino. The casino had a small lunch buffet. The food was very good.
Apparently the high ratings in most of the previous reviews are due to the location. It is a good place to watch the boats arriving and departing. It is also close to all the activities at the Canal Park Entertainment District. But I feel the park itself (if you can call it an RV park) is highly overrated. It is a concrete parking lot which is used for boat storage in the winter. There is all kinds of equipment associated with the storage and marina setting around. RV sites are on a narrow parking lot with RVs backed in at an angle on one side and smaller vehicles on the other side. If there are no cars in the way, it is not too hard to get parked and exit. But if there are cars in the way, it is very difficult to get backed into your site and even more difficult to exit. Most RVs were having to back out because there is no place to turn around. The park is not big rig friendly, but there are lots of them staying there including us. It is the tightest parking area we have every been in. A lot of the boat owners spend the weekend on their boats, so all their cars filled up the parking lot.
This is a clean, well maintained rv park. It is mainly a park for the casino visitors. As the previous reviews say, it is just a parking lot. It is mostly paved with strips of gravel in the middle of each site. Most rver's can't decide where to park on the site since it is an unusual arrangement with no guide lines. We centered our motorhome over the unpaved part of the site. The park itself is level, but it will depend on where you park in regard to the pavement and the gravel how easy it is to get your rv level. Grass and trees are on two sides of the park, but not on the sites. Pros included being big rig friendly and having pull thru sites.
I agree with the previous reviews. This is a bare bones, no frills RV park with few amenities. Pluses include being located on US-65, being big rig friendly, having level pull through sites and good electricity. You can walk to Lambert's Cafe. There are also many services nearby including restaurants, convenience stores, truck stop, supermarket, cheese store, and banks.
This really isn't what you would call an RV park. It is a concrete parking lot with large parking sites for RVs. It has good 50 amp electric and water. Sites are side by side with the utilities between RVs. All sites are pull thru. There is plenty of room for any size RV and slides. Our site wasn't very level, not sure about the others. There is a dump station. There are few amenities. There is no host, also no restroom or showers. Currently, there is no charge for the sites. There is a shuttle that comes by to take you to the casino.
This park is primarily for the casino customers, but is a convenient overnight stop for anyone traveling on I-40. The quoted price was $25, but with a casino players card, the site is free. The park is located along the north side of the casino parking lot. All sites are back-in and are big rig friendly. The street and sites are gravel and level. There is some dust when vehicles travel down the street. Electric and water are at the back of the site and each post serves 2 sites. There is a dump station. This park has few amenities. There is no host. You register at the casino gift shop. There are no restrooms or showers. There is a small creek at the back of the sites. There are steps down to a waterside walkway with picnic tables and barbecue grills. The casino shuttle comes by frequently.
This is a big mostly level gravel parking lot with electric hookups attached to the light poles. They are mostly 20 amp, but we did find a 30 amp against the tree line. There are water fauscets for filling your tanks and also a dump station. There are no restrooms or showers. It was adequate for our one night stay. See their web site for telephone number and directions.
The previous reviews are correct. This is a very nice, new, clean, well maintained park. Streets are asphalt and wide. The large sites are gravel and are level. There is a large concrete patio and a strip of manicured grass between each site. Most sites are pull thrus with a few backins. The park is big rig friendly. There are a lot of cable TV channels. There are no trees to get in the way of satellite dishes. The free wifi worked well and was fast. We have stayed at many RV parks and this is one of the best. All parks should be like this one.
This is a very nice well maintained park. Streets are asphalt. Sites are asphalt and level. Sites are landscaped with well maintained grass and shrubs. The park is big rig friendly. There are a lot of cable TV channels. There are no trees, so satellite dishes work well. They have wifi, but I never could get it to work. This is one or the nicest parks that we have ever stayed at and we will return.
This was a nice, clean, well maintained park. Streets are asphalt and are wide. Sites are asphalt and are large, however, some of them are not very level. Some motorhomes front tires were off the pavement. They require you to use pads under the jacks. There is a narrow strip of shrubs and bushes between each site. The park is big rig friendly. There were lots of cable TV channels. There are no trees to get in the way of satellite dishes. Wifi worked good and was fast. We would stay at this park again. Outside the park, there is a large gravel parking lot for dry camping. It is free, but you do have to register at the RV park office. It would probably hold 100 RVs of any size.
This is a nice clean park. It is really just a big paved parking lot. Streets are paved and are wide. Sites are paved and level. There is a narrow strip between the sites with unmaintained shrubs and bushes. The park is big rig friendly. There were a lot of cable TV channels. There were no trees to get in the way of satellite dishes. Wifi worked good and was fast. It is probably the best park in Florence unless you are looking for a rustic campground. We would stay there again.
This park has three different areas. There is the new park, the old park which they call the RV Annex, and a paved parking lot for dry camping. This review is for the new park. Streets and sites are paved, level and big rig friendly. It is like a big parking lot. The landscaping is not being maintained and the weeds are taking over. I tried to use the wifi and never could get it to work. The park is overpriced for what you get.
We were at Oceanview 2 years ago and it is not being maintained as well now as it was then. Most of the grass and shrubs are dead and there are lots of weeds. The spruce trees need to be trimmed or removed. At a lot of the sites, the slides and awnings will be right up against the trees. Sites are overpriced for what you get. On the plus side, showers, restrooms and laundry are clean. Streets and sites are paved and big rig friendly. We also were told that the park was for sale.
We have stayed at this park several times and it is still the nice, clean, well maintained park it has always been. Streets and sites are paved and big rig friendly. Showers, restrooms and laundry are clean. It is a pretty park with grass, flowers, shrubs and small trees. The park is in a good location near all services. We will return next time we are in Salem.
This is a nice, newer well maintained county RV park. Streets are asphalt. Sites are asphalt and are level. Most are long pull thrus with some back ins. The park is big rig friendly. Cable TV doesn't have very many channels. There are quite a few trees and some of them need to be trimmed. We would stay at this park again.
This is a nice, clean park. Sites have concrete strips to park on. Some are level, others are not very level. Some of the concrete is broken and crumbled. Streets are asphalt. Some are narrow, others are wider. It can be rather difficult getting a big rig into a site on the narrow streets. There are small trees, but no real shade. The park has good electricity. The temperature was 108 degrees and the voltage did not drop. All sites get highway noise, some more than others. Ask for a site as far away from the highway as possible. The office staff was nice and helpful. The park has easy access from I-182. It is centrally located near shopping, restaurants and services. 75% of the sites are designated as long term, leaving only 42 sites for overnighters and short term stays.
This is a nice, clean, well maintained park. Streets and sites are asphalt with about half being pull thrus. Depending on how long your rig is, you may have to unhook and park your tow beside your rv. There is grass between the sites and some small trees around the perimeter of the park. The park is big rig friendly. We would stay there again.
This rustic campground is just average, there is nothing special about it. You have to drive thru a trailer park to get to the campground. There are several long, level pull thrus for big rigs. Most sites are shaded, so satellite may not work, but they do have cable. Wifi was $2 a day. There are a lot of seasonal/permanent residents in older RVs.
This is a clean, well maintained park. Streets are wide and are asphalt. Sites are rather narrow and have a thin layer of gravel over dirt on them. The park is like a big parking lot. There is very little grass and the few trees are very small. This is not a pretty park. 80% of the sites are long term metered sites leaving only 42 of the sites for short term stays. There was very heavy traffic on the streets getting to and from the park. The park is big rig friendly. Wifi is $3 a day. I didn't use it, so don't know how well it worked. There is an indoor pool and spa, also an exercise room, lounge with big screen tv and a large meeting room with a kitchen.
This is a very nice well maintained park There are two sections in the park. The South Park is on the south side of the casino. You select your site. There are envelopes and a lockbox to deposit your payment. This section is closest to the casino and highway, so you get more noise. The East Park is behind the casino. There is an RV office, restrooms, showers and laundry. You are assigned a site in this section. The sites appeared to be larger and there is more landscaping, grass, shrubs and trees that there is at the South Park. It is a pretty park. It is further away from the casino, but a shuttle comes by frequently. It is quieter that the South Park (no casino or highway traffic). Streets and sites at both parks are asphalt. Most sites are pull thru with a few backins. Guests may use the hotel's pool and tennis courts. The parks are big rig friendly and are very popular with RVers. We would stay there again.
This is a bare bones, no frills RV park. It is owned by the Wendover Nugget Hotel Casino. It is located on the east side of the hotel/casino on the Utah side of the state line. Streets are asphalt. Sites are concrete back-ins with a patio. There are a few small trees, but no real shade. Maintenance is almost nonexistent. RVers have not cleaned up after their pets and there is trash blown up against the fence. There are no showers and restrooms. They take no reservations. They told me that the only time they were full was during Speed Week in August. Just drive in, select a site, get set up, then go to the Nugget Hotel to register and pay. The park is big rig friendly. We would probably stay there again since there are not many choices in Wendover.
I pretty much agree with the previous review. It is a convenient overnight park with few amenities. There are no showers or restrooms. Sites are long level gravel/dirt pull thrus, but rather narrow. Our motor home is 39 foot and we had no problems getting in and out. The park has several seasonal residents. We would stay there again.
First and most important for big rigs, this park is not big rig friendly. The host was very nice and did his best to accommodate us with what he had to work with. We do not agree with the previous reviews that this park is an 8 or 9. It isn't even what I would call average. It is an old park with a very different layout. In six years of full timing, we have never seen this kind of sites before. The narrow gravel/dirt streets with potholes wind thru the park with semi-circle concrete "pull thru" sites on both sides of the street. It was very crowded and congested with RVs, pickups and cars. There was a fifth wheel where we entered the park that looked like it had been hit several times. Thanks to my husbands good driving skills, we got in and out without hitting anything. And thank goodness, no one hit us. There were a lot of permanent residents. Showers and restrooms could have been cleaner. The park could use a lot of maintenance and cleaning up. The river and grassy area at the back of the park were nice, but does not make up for all the negatives. We would not stay at Holiday Hills again. As we left the next day, we saw Camper World RV Park which was at the same exit. It looked to be more big rig friendly with wider streets and larger sites. It was not crowded and congested.
Cottonwoods was a very nice, clean, well maintained park. There was lots of manicured grass and flowers. The streets and sites are narrow, but lots of big rigs manage to navigate them. Our biggest problem were the cedar trees at the entrance and exit of the pull thrus brushing the sides of our motorhome. We would stay at this park again if in the area.
We should have read the reviews before staying at this park. We were tired and it was conveniently located. We were parked across the street from the back row of dilapidated RVs with permanent residents. Everything about this park is in need of a lot of maintenance and cleaning up. It is not a good place to spend the night. We would not go back.
This is a clean well maintained park. It is a convenient overnight stop on I-44, only 1/4 mile off the interstate via a good paved highway. Streets are gravel. Sites are gravel are level. They are rather narrow, but do accommodate slideouts. There are several long pull thrus, so overnighters don't have to unhook. Electricity is very good 50 amp. The temperature is now 100 degrees and we have had no problems, the voltage is good. There are few trees, so satellite TV and internet dishes work good. We would stay at this park again when traveling thru the area.
We had several problems with this park. The first was because they had no sign on the street. We passed the park and had to find a place to turn around. The park is on a very busy street behind a small shopping center and very hard to find with no sign. Next, the tree on our site needed to be trimmed. I told the manager about it and she told me this was the wrong time of the year to trim trees. We worked 30 minutes trying to get backed in and not hit the air conditioner, vent cover and slide. Also had to try to get as close as possible to the sewer, it was at the very back of the site. The park goes down hill from the street and most sites are not level from side to side. After the park gets your money, they don't care how inconvenienced you are. Streets are paved and there are a lot of speed bumps. Sites are gravel/dirt. Maintenance is minimual. The wifi was free, sometimes it worked okay, other times it was very slow. Location is the best thing this park has going for it. Santa Fe really does need a good RV park.
This was a clean well maintained park. The sites are on three levels carved out of the hill side. Streets are paved/gravel. Sites are gravel and level. There are some tight turns for big rigs. They gave us the Escapees discount, but then added on a charge for electricity. Don't think I saved anything, may have even paid extra with the discount. When asking this park for a quote, make sure you get the total amount including tax and electricity.
This is a good choice for anyone looking for a less expensive alternative to the private parks in Tucson. Sites are located at several different areas of the fairgrounds. Our site was #160, one of about 100 at our location. Sites and roads are gravel, level and big rig friendly. It is really like a big parking lot. The fairgrounds is a multi-purpose facility. There were drag races (noisy) while we were there, but it was quite by bedtime. There was also a livestock show. There are few amenities. That didn't bother us since we don't use pools, laundrys, showers, restrooms, playgrounds, etc. It is conveniently located on the southeast side of Tucson. From I-10, Exit 275, go one mile south on Houghton Road. Turn west on Brekke Road to the RV Entrance. Watch for the signs. The telephone number is 520-762-9100. We will stay there again when we are in Tucson.
Regular rate is $20, Passport America Rate is $10. I agree with the above review. This park is easy off/on I-10, about one mile off the highway. Streets and sites are gravel and level. They have pull throughs for overnighters, you don't have to unhook. This park has few amenities, but is quite adequate for overnight or even longer if sightseeing in the area. Note to Big Rigs: Pull in the gate, stop and walk to the office to register. There is a very tight turn in front of the office.
This is just an average campground, nothing special, but alright for overnight. About 75% of the sites have permanent residents on them. Overnighters are in the back of the park. Sites are level pull throughs, so you don't have to unhook. The park is big rig friendly. The office is an A-Frame, probably used to be a KOA.
It is rather hard to describe this place. The web site shows pictures. The rv sites were in the middle of the fairgrounds where all the food venders would be located during the fair. The paved rv area was in a circle four driving lanes wide. The hookups were in the middle with two lanes on each side. This made side by side hookups with rvs parked on the two inside lanes, sort of like parallel parking. Some of the electrical boxes didn't look to be in very good repair, so check them before you pick a site. You pay security, which comes in at 4PM and stays until 7AM. This doesn't sound very good, but it was so much better that Sterling Crest (we stayed there once, see reviews) and much less expensive than the KOA. We will stay here again next time we are in Texarkana.
This park is a convenient overnight stop on I-35. Roads are paved, but do have some potholes. Sites are paved pull thrus, so you don't have to unhook. The park has few amenities. There are no restrooms or showers. There is no office or host. You pay at a lock box. The rate was $15. If you get the free players card at the casino, the rate is $10. We both got a card and received 2 tee shirts, 2 decks of cards and a coupon for a buy 1, get 1 free buffet dinner which was very good. We spent $10 for the site and $9 for 2 buffet dinners. Total was $19. It was an inexpensive place to stop if you stay away from the casino.
This park is trying to cater to two very different types of RVers. The park is at a large casino, so it has lots of adult RVers. But come the weekend, familys with pop-ups and small trailers show up with lots of kids, dogs, bicycles, scooters and roller blades. It was like a KOA. The park is well maintained. Roads are paved and wide. Sites are paved and level. There are a few small trees, but no real shade. The park is big rig friendly. We would stay there again thru the week, but not on a weekend.
This park has improved a little bit since we were there in 2003, but there is still room for a lot of improvement. There was a Bounder RV Rally while we were there, don't know if they cleaned it up for the rally or had done so previously. The office area had been cleared of trash & cobwebs and the floor had been swept. The restrooms and showers were hosed out daily, not sure how clean that made them. Grass was cut but not trimmed around utility posts and trees.
This campground used to be a KOA. The access from I-29 is one mile of a dusty washboard road. Campground roads and sites used to be gravel, but are now mostly dirt. Sites are mostly level pull thrus. Maintenance is minimumal. There were a lot of permanent residents. They don't want you washing vehicles. One of the rules said: Washing Vehicles $25. Rinsing off Vehicles $25. Rinsing Windows $25. I suppose if you did it all, it would total $75. They had numerous other rules that you don't normally see at RV parks. We would not go back to this park because of all the dirt and dust. Note: On I-29 at Exit 138 (the one the campground is at) there is a very nice Conoco Truck Stop that is RV friendly. They have a desiginated RV overnight parking area that is paved and has a dump station. There is space for about 10-15 rigs of any size.
This was a clean well maintained park. Streets were gravel. Sites were grass and mostly level. The staff was friendly and helpful. They came to our site after we got set up to make sure everything was OK. The park was almost full with road construction crews who were working on US-2.
This is a city park. It was adequate for a place to get off the highway for the night and get some sleep. And the price was right. Sites are not marked, so you have to look around for a place that suits you. There are about 4 places that a big rig would fit. Ours was the only RV there. There were several tenters. It was quiet when we were there, but there are playgrounds and ball fields, so it could get busy and noisy sometimes, but would probably be quiet at bedtime. Trafton Park is on US-2. Look for the rest area sign in Malta. Follow road to rest area. Trafton Park is behind the rest area. Stay to the right to avoid low hanging tree limbs.
This is a nice well maintained park. Streets are gravel. Sites are gravel and mostly level. There is a small tree on each site that doesn't provide much shade. The park is big rig friendly and there are lots of big rigs that stay there. About half the sites are pull thrus. They have free WiFi that worked good at our site. The staff is friendly and helpful. We would stay at this park again.
This is a basic no frills park with few amenities. Roads are gravel/dirt. Sites are grass pull thrus and level. There are small trees that don't provide much shade. It is big rig friendly. The park is behind a truck stop/convenience store/cafe. Sites close to them will get some noise, sites at the back of the park will get less. Registration is at the convenience store. There is also a railroad track nearby and you hear trains occasionally. The park was satisfactory for our one night stay.
This was a basic no frills park with few amenities. Roads and sites are gravel and mostly level. They have big rig sites, but some corners are fairly tight. The owners are very nice and helpful and really try to make your stay enjoyable. We stayed there while visiting Coulee Dam and the park was satisfactory for a one night stay.
This is a clean well maintained park. It appears to be an older park with sites scattered here and there. A lot of the sites have side by side hookups. Our site was one of those and we had to pull in facing a hill (no view). The neighbors slide and our slide were only one foot apart. We could look into each others living rooms. Some streets are paved and some are gravel. We were in a 39 foot motorhome and didn't have any more problems navigating this park than others we have stayed at. Sites were concrete, gravel or grass. Most were reasonably level. They only have 30 amp. We could have used 50 amp since the temperature was approaching 100 degrees. WiFi was free and worked good at our site close to the office, don't know how well it worked at the other sites. The park is surrounded by mountains, but it looked like a lot of the trees have been burned in a forest fire. It is a nice park, but I don't think it is "one of the 100 best campgrounds by Good Sam" or "one of the Top 2 Washington State Resorts" that their advertising says.
This is a membership, C2C, RPI, and Passport America park. It is very rustic with most sites heavily treed. Sites are dirt and mostly level. Roads are dirt and VERY DUSTY. We had to keep the doors and windows closed and run the air conditioner. We will not stay here again because of the dust. WiFi is available only in the clubhouse.
This is a nice well maintained park. Streets and sites are paved. There is grass, shrubs and small trees. About half the sites are occupied by seasonal/permanent residents, but they are not mixed in with the short stay sites. Big rigs will have no problem here. There were about 10 Prevosts staying there when we were there. When arriving at this park, be aware that you have to pass the Brookhollow Mobile Home Park. Do not turn in there. Go a few feet more down the street to the Brookhollow RV Park.
We are full time and have stayed at many RV parks. This was one of the best ones we have stayed at. It is very well maintained. Streets and sites are paved. There is grass, shrubs and small trees. There is no dirt. Big rigs should have no problem at this park. It is conveniently located near I-5, shopping, restaurants, services and the fairgrounds. The park has WiFi and I picked up an excellent signal at our site, however I didn't use it because of the $5 daily fee. I would have rated this park a 10 except for the lack of a swimming pool. We will definitely stay here again.
This park is OK, but there is nothing special about it. Roads are paved. Sites are gravel (black lava rock) and reasonably level. Most sites are pull thrus. This is not a pretty park. There are a few small trees. At least half of the sites are occupied by seasonal/permanent residents. Passport America members might want to consider Oak Hills Golf Club & RV Resort which is about 1/2 mile up the road. We drove thru it and it appeared to be a good clean park with paved roads and sites. It had no trees.
This park is one of the better KOAs. It is well maintained. Roads are paved. About half the sites are paved, the others are grass/gravel/dirt. Sites are reasonably level. There are lots of trees and most sites are shaded. Most of the trees are trimmed and don't pose any problems. WiFi works only in the office/laundry building. There is a railroad track right next to the park. There are lots of trains sounding their whistles at all hours.
This is a very nice, clean, well maintained park. All streets and sites are paved and level. Streets are rather narrow with some tight turns, but big rigs do stay there. The park is between a busy highway and a railroad track, so it is rather noisy. It does seem to get pretty quite at night. The bridge from Hood River is VERY narrow. There is a bridge east at The Dalles and another one west at Cascade Locks. They are both wider bridges. We would definitely stay at this park again.
This is a large well maintained park on three levels. The two top levels are short term sites. The lower level has seasonal/permanent sites. Roads and sites are paved. It is well landscaped with trees and flowers. Although the trees are trimmed, some are close enough to sites so that the small branches pose a problem when extending slides. WiFi was available for $5 per day which I didn't pay. When I turned on my computer, I didn't see a signal at all, so don't know how well it works. The park is between a busy street and a railroad track, so it is rather noisy.
This is a membership C2C park. There are two different areas to this park. One area had paved roads & sites. These sites are narrow and in the trees. RVs with slides will not fit into some of the sites. The other area has paved/gravel/dirt roads with potholes. Sites are gravel/dirt and not very level. The area is surrounded by trees, but not many are on sites. The land is very hilly. WiFi is only available in the recreation building.
This is a very nice, well maintained park. Roads and sites are asphalt. Sites are separated by hedge. There are lots of shrubs, flowers, wood sculptures and decorative lamp posts. They have big rig sites. They have two pages of rules (don't stay here if you don't want to obey rules). They didn't bother us because we always obey the rules in all parks we stay at. Rules make the park a much nicer place and make the visit much more enjoyable. Their advertising says they cater to seniors. We did see some children visiting. They had free WiFi that worked great inside our motorhome. You have to drive thru a rather run down part of town to get to the park, but once there, the park is worth it. We would definitely stay there again if in the area.
This park was a typical overpriced, under maintained KOA. Roads were gravel/dirt. Sites were grass/dirt and small. There were lots of trees. The park is on a small lake and has a walking trail around the lake. The park was full of kids and tents, not a place for anyone looking for a quite place to relax.
This is a Mom & Pop campground. It was a nice clean park, lots of grass & well maintained. Roads were gravel. Sites were grass long pull thrus. Some sites wern't very level. Most sites could accommodate big rigs. The park has few amenities.
I agree with the above review. This park needs a lot of maintenance. The office, restroomes, showers and laundry were dirty. The grass needed to be mowed. Roads and sites were gravel & level. It is rather tight for big rigs, but lots of them stay there including Prevosts. I think the reason for this is because it seems to be the only park in the area.
I agree with the above review. We stayed there overnight in a 39 ft. motorhome and it was satifactory. It is really just a big gravel parking lot at a motel. Side by side hookups make you very close to your neighbor. Sites were level and large enought for big rigs. We would stay there again if traveling thru Lamar.
This park has a variety of different kinds of sites. The larger better sites are located on the highest levels. Most of the lower level sites are side by side hookups making you very close to your neighbors. Make sure you get a site with the hookups on the correct side. Some sites are paved, some are gravel and some are dirt. We looked at 3 sites before finding one that was level. Streets are paved and wide.
This park is OK for overnight. Sites are gravel/grass and level. Roads are not too wide, but big rigs do stay here. It is convenient when traveling US Highway 71 or US Highway 54. We attended an RV Rally at this park.
This is a C2C membership campground. It is really pretty being right on the lake. Sites near the lake don't have many trees. There are lots of rustic sites up the hill and in the woods. Most sites are gravel/dirt and are not very level. It is out in the boondocks, so is not an overnight park. It is about 50 miles from Kansas City.
This is a very nice, well maintained park. The restrooms & showers were very clean. There is a short path out to the ocean. There were 5 deer that wandered into the park occasionally. This park is not big rig friendly. The streets and sites are paved. There are some larger pull thrus, but the staff seem to put smaller RVS & tows in them. They put larger RVS (including our 39' MH) in the smaller backins and you have to leave your tow vehicle in another parking area not far away. The smaller backin sites just barely accommodate a 40 footer with about a foot still out in the street. There were two 40 footers there while we were there. There is lots of grass, but you cannot park on it or even put a door mat on it. We enjoyed our stay and would probably stay there again even tho it is close quarters.
This is a fairgrounds campground. It is really just a parking lot, but ok for the reasonable rate in this part of California. The road is paved & wide. Sites are backin, gravel/grass and not very level. Sites have side by side hookups. The park is about 5 miles off Highway 101. It is easy for a big rig to get in to.
This is a C2C & RPI Park. It is a well maintained, pretty park on the Klamath River. That is about the best thing about this park. It is 1/2 mile off Hwy. 101 over a paved road with lots of trees. Once in the park, there are no trees on the sites but they are on the hills surrounding the park. Everything about the sites is inconvenient. The streets are narrow gravel/grass. Sites are grass, large and unlevel. The staff helps you park and parks you several feet from the back of the sites where the utilities are. Our site was low in front & we had to drive up on boards, also put boards under the jacks. The sewer required about 15' of sewer hose which ran up hill. We had to put boards under it also. We used every board we had to level the motorhome & sewer. It was raining so they will probably never dry out. There was lots of freshly mowed grass which we tracked into our coach. They only allow a small door mat. We are fulltime and don't have a home to go to clean up & dry out.
This park is in a little valley on the Eel River. It is surrounded by mountains and large trees, but the park only has small trimmed trees that pose no problem for an RV. The park is very well maintained. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are 30 ft. wide and level, but the paved area between the utility posts and the patio was barely wide enough to get the slides out. The streets were paved and narrow, making it a challenge to get into a site, but we managed to get in with our 39' motorhome. This park is not really big rig friendly, but big rigs do manage to get into sites. The park is very overpriced. They did have free WiFi that worked great. Cell phones did not get a good signal.
This is probably the best campground at Furnace Creek for a large rig. It is really just a huge parking lot. Sites were not pull through, but you could either pull in or back in to a site. Sites are level and wide enough for slides and awnings. It is very easy for a big rig to get around. The nightly rate is $10, $5 with the Golden Age Passport.
This park is one of the better parks in Las Vegas. Streets are paved & wide. Sites are paved but not quite as level as they should be. The instant telephone was convenient. The park is well maintained. There are several permanent residents but they were mostly located on a couple of the outside rows.
This park is adequate for an overnight stop. It is 2 1/2 miles off I-20 and you have to drive all the way thru town to get to it. Roads were gravel. Sites were gravel/grass and mostly level. Sites are large enough for big rigs.
Desert Trails was a pretty good place to stay despite it's low voltage electricity, small sites & close quarters. We stayed there in a 39' MH. Roads & sites were gravel & mostly level. It is in the desert with walking trails with lots of cactus. They had lots of activities & good entertainment in the winter season. They had 3 telephone lines for internet. It was a convenient location for visiting Saguaro Nat'l Park West, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson Mountain Park, Old Tucson Studios & Mission San Zavier Del Bac.
This park is right on I-30 but rather hard to get to. Follow the directions in the Trailer Life Directory. Roads are gravel. Sites are gravel & level with some side by side hookups. Big rigs will have no problem here. There are a lot of permanent residents, but they are mostly on sites away from the overnighters. We always stay here when traveling through Benton.
A good park. There were two areas in this park, one wooded, the other open. The roads were paved. Sites in the wooded area were grass/dirt. Sites in the open area were gravel, large and level. Big rigs would have no problem in the open area. The park was well maintained. There were several seasonal residents and they kept their sites clean. We have stayed there 2 times and would stay again if we were in the area.
A very nice park. It had good paved roads. Sites were grass and level. The pull thrus would accommodate big rigs. This was a very well maintained park with grass, flowers and trees. About 1/2 of the sites were occupied by seasonals, but they kept their sites neat and clean. We would stay in this park again.
This could be a decent campground if they had better electricity. It was 90 degrees when we were there. We paid extra for 50 amp service. The voltage was so low we couldnt use the A/C. Roads were gravel. Sites were gravel and mostly level. There were a lot of trees, but a big rig should not have too much trouble getting around. There were quite a few seasonal/permanent residents. We would not stay there again because of the bad electricity.
This is a large park but at least half the sites are occupied by seasonal/permanent residents. Roads are paved, some wide, some narrow. Sites are dirt and some are level, others are not. There are lots of trees making it hard for a large rig to get up and down the roads and into a site. This is a family campground, lots of kids.
This park has few amenities. It has no restrooms or showers. Roads are paved/gravel/dirt. Sites are grass/dirt and most are not level. Out site was so low in the front that we could not get level even when we put boards under the front jacks. The front tires were off the ground and it was a huge step getting in and out of our motorhome. This park is really not big rig friendly. There were several seasonal/permanent residents. We would not stay at this park again.
Roads in this park are gravel. Sites were grass/dirt and mostly level. We had an overflow site that had electric only. These sites were larger than most of the full hookup sites. The electricity didnt have very good voltage. There are some seasonal/permanent residents. We would not go back to this park.
This park should not be allowed to advertise as being easy access for all size RVs. It is not big rig friendly. It is very rustic with lots of trees to get in the way. Roads were gravel/dirt. Sites were dirt. The park was not very well maintained. The electricity had very low voltage. It was 90 degrees when we were there and we couldnt run our A/C. When we complained, we were told to run our generator which we did. There was a muddy pond for swimming instead of a pool. We will not be returning to this park.
This was a nice campground, much better than a lot of parks in the Northeast. Roads were paved/gravel. Sites were gravel and level. There were two different areas of the park, one wooded and one open. We stayed in the open area in a large pull thru. The wooded area would probably be a challenge for a big rig, but the open area was no problem. Electricity was good. This was a good place to stay and we would return. Dont miss the lobster rolls at Reds Eats in Wiscasset.
This park is very rustic. Roads were gravel/dirt. Sites were dirt and not very level. There were lots of trees making it hard to get in to some sites. Electricity was low voltage. We would not stay again.
This is a parking lot. It has electricity, water, sewer & cable. It is OK, but dont expect more. It has no office (someone comes by once a day to collect the rent), no security, no restrooms or showers. We had no problem with this and would stay there again. Roads are gravel, sites are gravel, level and will accommodate big rigs.
This is a rustic campground. Roads wre gravel and not very smooth. Sites were gravel/dirt and a lot of them were not very level. Restrooms and showers were very clean. This park can accommodate big rigs.
I think this is mostly an adult park. The roads are gravel and rather tight but there are a lot of big rigs that stay here, ours was a 39 ft. motorhome. Sites are grass/dirt and level. Some sites are on the water. We have stayed here several times and would return if in the area.
This park is connected to an RV Dealership. Roads were paved/gravel. Sites were gravel, some level, some not level. Most sites did not have trees. Maintenance was adequate. There were some permanent residents. Park can handle big rigs. Be sure to visit the Collin Street Bakery.
This park is convenient to I-40 on the west side of Oklahoma City. We always stay there when visiting friends in Oklahoma City. Roads are paved. Sites are paved and level. The pull thrus are long with some side by side hookups. There are some trees but they dont usually get in the way. The park is generally well maintained. There are a few permanent residents. The park is big rig friendly.
The manager was rather ecentric but we had no problems with him. Roads were gravel. Sites were gravel/dirt and level with mostly side by side hookups (you will be close to your neighbor). Maintenance was adequate. Electricity was good. Park is big enough for big rigs.
This was a nice KOA, better than most, a pretty park with trees and grass. Roads were gravel, sites were gravel and level. The park was well maintained although the electric voltage was not as good as it should have been. I dont remember the roads being wide but we got in and out of the park with our 39 ft. motorhome with no problem. We would stay in this park again.
We agree with the above reviews. This was one of the better parks we stayed at in the Northeast. Sites are gravel & level. The electricity was good, hard to find good electricity in the Northeast. It was a very well maintained park. The park is big rig friendly. We would stay there again.
This is a Passport America park. You have to drive 1/2 mile down a dusty road from US-50 to the park. Interior roads are gravel/dirt. Sites are gravel/dirt and most are not level. The sites are narrow and have trees, but are big enough for a big rig with slides if you dont mind your neighbors being close. Maintenance was minimumal. We would not stay at this park again.
This was a nice park. Roads and sites were gravel. We had a pull through site that was hard to get in to due to trees, large decorative rocks and the RV that was in the next site. The RV was close because of the side by side hookups. Once parked, we had a large grass yard with trees and flowers. Most of the pull through sites were similar to ours. Another area of the park had back ins that were easier to get in to. The park was clean and well maintained. There were some seasonals. All in all, we enjoyed the park and would stay here again.
The $5 nightly rate is misleading. We used a coupon we got at the Quartzsite RV Show giving us 4 nights for $18. I think the regular nightly rate is about $20. This is really a paved parking lot, but is kept very clean and well maintained. The sites are wide enough, but most have side by side hookups making you very close to your neighbor. The park is big rig friendly. We will be going back to this park.
This is a regular stop on our winter trip to Arizona. It is a very nice park, especially the indoor heated pool. The park is all gravel, very little grass. It has good gravel roads & level gravel pull thru sites. It is easy for a big rig to get around. There are some seasonals and maybe a few permanent residents. Their sites were neat & clean. The park is well maintained. We will be staying there the next time we travel thru Deming.
This is a Passport America park. It is not really a very well maintained park, but OK for an overnight stop when traveling I-10. Roads are gravel & wide enough for big rigs, no trees. They put overnighters at the front in pull thrus near the highway. Sites are gravel/dirt and level with some side by side hookups. At least half the park is permanent residents.
We stayed at this park while on a caravan of big rigs. It is a very nice well maintained city owned park. Roads were paved/gravel and wide enough for a big rig. Sites were gravel, level and large. Some sites have trees, others do not. The park is on Lake Palourde. We would stay at this park again.
This is a Passport America Park. We stayed there while on a caravan of big rigs. It was rather hard to find. Follow the directions in the Trailer Life directory. It was a nice clean park, spacious and well maintained with grass and trees. Roads were gravel. Site were paved, level and easy to get in to. There were no trees on the sites. There was a pond for fishing.
This is a Passport America Park. I can not think of anything positive to say about this park. First, it is not in a very good part of town. It is across the street from the train switch yard, so it is very noisy. It was rather hard to get a big rig in through the gates, trees, etc. Our site was supposed to be a pull through. I call it a pull off beside the road site. When our slides were extended, they were in the road. We put out orange cones to keep them from being hit. The site was crumbling concrete. The absolute worst part was when we looked for the water connection. There was a metal plate on the crumbling concrete. When removed, BOTH water AND sewer were down there. Needless to say, we did not use the water. I could go on, but this is enough. We will not stay here again.
This is a Coast to Coast park. Roads were gravel. Sites were gravel/dirt and level. Big rigs would want a site in the open area rather than in the area of trees as it is difficult to get into those sites. The park was adequately maintained. One thing to watch for is the large rock at the entrance. Two motorhomes hit it while we were there.
We were on a caravan of big rigs when we stayed at this park. Roads were paved. Some sites were gravel, some grass. There were both level & unlevel sites. It is a nicely maintained park. We would stay there again.
This was a very nice city rv park. We planned to stay overnight, but it was such a pretty place with grass, flowers, shrubs & small trees, we decided to stay another night. It is within walking distance of the business district, but not much going on. There were several restaurants. The roads were paved. The sites were large, level and paved. The park is very well maintained. It is big rig friendly. We would stay there again if traveling thru the area.
We stayed at this park over Labor Day Weekend when it was really hard to find a place to stay. This is a city owned campground. It was a pleasant surprise. Roads were paved and easy to maneuver. Sites were large, paved and level. Some were shaded, others open with lots of grass. It was a clean well maintained park. It is big rig friendly. There is not much to do in Grantsburg, but the park is within walking distance of town. We would not hesitate to return to this park.