As another recent reviewer said, they've recently added some transient sites to this mostly seasonal park. Unfortunately, the sites were created by pushing a deep, thick layer of stones, uphill, just barely wide enough for a rig to sit up on. It took about 30 minutes to get into the site and then we were expected to hook up to sewer which was uphill from the rig. Automatic leveling helped, but even with that, hooking back up with the truck on a downward slope was difficult. We chatted with two other couples that came over to talk to us after watching how difficult it was to park. They were just as frustrated trying to find a site big enough for their coach. I would not recommend this park to anyone with anything larger than 20'.
We selected this park because it was a good location for exploring this end of PEI. This park is noted for it's golf and horseback riding. There are a number of pull through sites out in the open, but we were in one of two new larger sites back in the wooded area. It was not very level and uphill, but automatic levelers helped. The site was dirt and when it rained, the dirt ran down into the patio area making the site very dirty. We loved the privacy though. The laundry was very nice and the staff friendly. We did enjoy the location, which put us very close to Montague for library Wi-Fi and shopping. Most anything we wanted to do was a short drive away.
We really enjoyed this park. We stayed here for 14 nights to get the 10% discount and were very glad we did. The lovely red sand beach was a very short walk away and we spent hours walking and exploring. The sites were large with lush grass. We were backed into an end site with evergreens on both sides and the back giving us a good bit of privacy. This location was perfect for exploring that end of PEI and we were within walking distance of Malpeque Bay and some of the finest oysters and mussels we had on PEI. We had one incident when a work camper did some damage to our RV with the lawn mower, but it was dealt with quickly and fairly by the manager. We highly recommend this Provincial Park.
This is a very nice park. The staff was always friendly and helpful. The pool clean and comfortable temperature. The entire park is very well maintained. The concrete slabs are adequate, but for back-in sites your truck is parked only a few feet from your door. So, if you are sitting outside, you are generally looking at your RV or your truck. The thing that was most annoying is the Wi-Fi situation, as the last person mentioned. You only get one password and we both use our laptops all the time. We were able to use our MiFi for the 2nd laptop, but I think it should be clear before you get there that you only get one password. We really like this location which puts you near to Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, Mingus Mountain, Jerome, etc. We would stay here again.
This is a small, urban RV park with little in the way of amenities. They have clearly done some upgrades because the pull-through sites are new gravel, large and flat and the electric is new. I looked inside the bathhouse and they could really use a new one, but we didn't need it so it wasn't a problem for us. Nice shade trees on each site. For being so close to the road, it was very quiet. The location is excellent if you are going to Mesa Verde NP (8 miles to entrance) and there's plenty of shopping available in Cortez. We'd definitely stay here again on our way through.
As previous reviewers have said, this is a friendly park with large, pull-through sites and everything works great. Nice, clean laundry and less expensive than many. The grass and tree between the sites makes for a comfortable place to sit, although if the neighbor is having a party, it's a bit awkward, unless you're invited. The two couples that work at this park are very friendly and helpful. This park puts you in striking distance to so many great outdoor opportunities. We stayed the first three nights on Passport America, then decided it was so nice, we stayed another week at the regular rate.
We learned of this park because we were attending a birding festival in Watsonville. We found that it was ideally situated for us to travel easily up and down the coast. The manager was most helpful, both with helping us learn our way around, to helping us find birds, the best vegetable markets, etc. They were extremely responsive in answering emails and questions. It's a small park near a lake and close to shopping. Even though it's a city park with ball games and fishermen coming and going, it was very, very quiet. Gate is locked and 7 PM until 7 AM. The sites are grass, all back-ins, level and fairly large. The hookups worked fine. We had to go into town to do laundry, but that was fine too. We stayed here for 8 nights and would most definitely stay here again!
We stopped at Port Orford RV Village for a 3-night stay and ended up staying 2 weeks! We loved it there. A small and somewhat dated park (we often refer to these parks as "established" and prefer them to the new and fancy). The on-site owners are very involved in keeping everything in tip top shape on a day-to-day basis. Coffee and muffins in the morning and happy hour in the afternoon provided an opportunity for people to come together in a friendly and sociable atmosphere. This is the kind of experience we so enjoy as full-timers. If you're not interested in people this isn't the place for you! From the moment we arrived, to the moment we left , we felt welcome. Laundry and bathrooms were spotless. Sites are flat gravel with grass borders with scattered plantings of flowers and shrubs throughout the park. The park is far enough off the main highway so traffic noise was never an issue. Semi-permanent sites (park models) are very neat and tidy as everyone takes pride in their property. Several bird feeders were scattered about which the owner's maintain. When the owner discovered we were birdwatchers, she spent time collecting information for us. Port Orford, on its own, is a fun little town and there are plenty of things to do for 40 miles in either direction. We will go back and stay longer.
This park is located 8 miles west of Tucson and very near the Sonoran Desert Museum and Tucson Mountain SP. It's an older, more established park with lots of vegetation. The site we had was wonderful as it backed up to vegetation, but we noticed many sites small and out in the open which didn't look appealing. The utility buildings look like they need some updating, but the staff was friendly. We liked that it was away from any highways and very quiet.
This RV park is exceptional. They have an indoor pool and lots of activities, but we were here in the summer when it's very quiet. The laundry was very nice and clean. The sites are large and level. We stayed a week because Sierra Vista is surrounded by amazing canyons and hiking. We're birdwatchers and this is paradise. This RV park is in the country, surrounded by desert and very quiet. Sierra Vista has everything you need, or you can visit Tombstone, which is an interesting town: stuck in the 1800's!
We love this place. First, you need to want to be in the wilderness because the nearest grocery store is 40 miles away and gas is about 15 miles away. But, it sits near the base of the Chiricahua Mountains in SE Arizona near the border of Arizona and New Mexico. Rusty runs a quality operation. The sites are all gravel, mostly level and huge! There is no cell signal and very little television, but Rusty has a complimentary phone for you to use. Her laundry is very clean and she sells a few items of grocery. You are surrounded by desert and some of the best hiking and exploring you'll find anywhere. This is Cochise country!