The park is about 30 miles south of Jackson, WY. The park has three sides of RV slots around a large grassy area in the middle. One side has pull-through slots and that is where we stayed. It looks like the other two sides are mainly for long term use. The pull through site was long enough for a 39 foot motor home and the toad. It was graveled and level. The sites are a little narrow but very easy to get in and out. The site faced a large field that was adjacent to the river. It was a great place to walk the dog and walk down to the river. It is an older park. The restrooms were old but they were clean. The managers were very nice. It was very quiet. As with many parks, the Wi-Fi was very erratic. Sometimes it would work and then it would go in and out so much that it was useless. This is a basic park but it is well kept and well managed. The area around the park is very nice. We would come here again.
This is a great RV park! It is new so everything is laid out so big rigs can get around easily. We had a pull-though site that was 70 feet long. The site was concrete with a small concrete pad for a picnic table. All of the sites are level with either concrete or gravel. I have plenty of space on the sides. The rate reflects a military discount. We enjoyed the pool and the hot tub. They have a very nice club house, a playground for the kids and a pavilion for groups. The people there were very nice. There is a fenced dog run and a big field next door that was great for walking the dog. It was very easy in and out, and Heber City is a nice town. It is close to lots of outdoor activities and Park City. Good cable TV channels. The Wi-Fi was even good, which is rare. We liked it so much we are going back in a few weeks and will spend more time there.
We reserved a pull thru site so we would not have to unhook the toad. The site was long enough for my 39 foot RV and toad but the road in front was narrow and I could not have pulled straight out unless the person in the site across from me was was not there. Thank goodness they left early and we were able to get out without unhooking. Great location right of route 80. Pretty campground. Level gravel site. I did not test the WiFi. The shower had a glob of hair in it. I would probably come again but I would be more careful about the site.
Overall, a nice park in a beautiful canyon. The roads are a little narrow but doable in big rigs. The site we had was long enough for my 39 foot coach. The car had to be parked next to it but the site was wide enough. Lots of room on each side and the site was graveled and level. There was a picnic table and grill at the site. The internet access was slow and it went in and out at times. It take patience to get anything done. Verizon worked until the last day and all of a sudden, there was no service at all. There are lots of nice places to walk the dog. There is a nice hike up a canyon about a 1/4 mile down the road. Some sites were not very large and the RVs were packed together. Nice pavilion for group events.
This is a very nice RV park where the wifi actually works well. The people at the front desk were very nice. There are great places to walk your dog right outside the boundaries of the park and you have easy access to them. They do have a dog walk area but the outside areas were so nice we did not go there. We got a pull through site. It was wide but not quite long enough for the coach and the toad. There was plenty of room to park the toad on the side of the RV. The site was gravel and very level. The roads are wide and easy to maneuver around. The location is great. It is easy to get in and out of the campground. We would definitely come here again.
A very nice park with long level sites. We were in a pull-through site. We have the narrower pull-through sites where there was a lot of room on one side with a picnic table and grass, and a tight fit on the opposite side. Plenty long enough for the RV and the toad. We had people on either side and we were fine with the space we had. There are wider pull-through sites that cost a little more. They had a small dog walk area, but there were lots of places to walk the dog close to the campground. The camp hosts were very nice. The camp was clean and well kept. The Wi-Fi was pretty bad. It was slow and I had to resort to the hot spot on my phone. The park is conveniently located. We would go there again.
The rate reflects the monthly rate, which does not include electricity. We stayed at this park for 3 months. It is a nice park with one big exception: the wireless internet is really bad. It was slow and would drop out frequently. We gave up on the WiFi and leased a wireless cable modem from Baja Broadband. There is cable TV to each site so you can get the broadband services. The sites are concrete and there is plenty of space between the sites. We had a wider site and were able to park two cars side by side in front of the coach. The park is kept clean and neat and it is quiet. The location is great: you can walk to shopping and dining and there is a RV repair place across the street. The dog walking area is OK but rather small. We drove down the road to larger open areas. The help at the front office was hit or miss: sometimes very nice and sometimes they acted like you were a bother. We think it is the nicest RV park in the area.
We stayed for 3 nights in a basic pull thru 50 amp site. Pros: Easy access using the back way using Industrial Ave. It was very easy on and off I-15. Get the address and see the roads in Google Maps. The roads in the campground were wide. The site was long enough for my 39 foot RV but the toad stuck out if it was left connected. There was plenty of room to park the toad on the side of the RV. Good dog runs and a fun mini-agility park for dogs. The location was great for getting around Vegas. There was a bus stop at the front of Circus Circus or you could walk around. Quiet park. Sites were level and easy to get in and out. Cons: There was internet but it was slow. There was no cable although you could get a number of on air stations. Expensive for what you get. It is mostly a big parking lot but there were some grassy areas to walk the dogs. I may come back because of the convenient location to the strip and the easy access.
This is a nice basic park. We stayed overnight in a pull through site. There are no restrooms or showers. The park backs up to the National forest and there is great hiking and dog walking in the forest. The pull through site was long enough for our 39 foot motorhome, a toad and another car. Getting in and out of the site was very tight. There were three tight turns to get out, but I made it without incident. The hosts were very helpful and gave us details about the best way out. The site was pretty level and the price was right. The Wi-Fi worked at our site but the host told us a number of the access points were down and the access was spotty. It sounded like they were working to fix the issue, but we had no problem.
A beautiful, well cared for RV park. It is a garden oasis. There are streams and ponds, large grassy areas, trees, and flowers. The sites are level and well graveled with plenty of room between the sites. The owners are great! They make you feel right at home. Very dog friendly. I am looking forward to going there again.
Although a little expensive, this is a very nice RV park. I got one of the long 50 amp pull through sites. I had lots of room. There was a picnic table and a large grass area. The dog park was amazing - a huge fenced in grass field. The area I was in did not have shade, but there are a lot of shaded spots. The people were very friendly and helpful. There is a pool and a breakfast in the AM for a charge. Everything is clean and well cared for. Really good wi-fi. I would stay again.
This is a nice RV park at a great rate. It sits between the railroad tracks and the freeway but we did not have any problems sleeping, and I am a light sleeper. Graveled, level sites and a lot of them are pull through. There was plenty of room at each site. This is a no frills park but everything worked well. The wireless and cable worked great. The park was neat and clean. We went to have an oil change done at Speedco which is at the same exit and decided to stay and sight see. There is a great place to walk the dogs across the street from the park - there is a very large open area north of the freeway with a fence between you and the freeway. We would come here again.
Nice park and very accessible. It is a great place to spend the night. Most of the sites are long pull throughs that are graveled. We got a 50 amp full hookup site without cable. We had plenty of room to pull out slides on both sides. The rate reflects a retired military discount. The people were very nice and everything worked well. We did not have any issue with the water like some others have. The train tracks were nearby, but it did not bother our sleep. Great places to walk the dogs. We would definitely stop there again.
We stayed for 4 nights in a pull-through site. We had a long concrete pad that was long enough for the 39 foot motorhome and the toad. However, the pad was narrow. They have wider back-in sites. It was wide enough for slides on both sides - barely. We had to walk on the grass when we got out of the RV and there were seed pods everywhere. Had to take care or we would be tracking mud in. Nice roads, clean and well maintained. Quiet, and good bathroom facilities. The dog run is not much and is not fenced but there was a gravel road across the street that was good for walking the dogs. Very good location - in town and very close to Walmart. Lots of shade at the sites. Very good Internet access and very good cable TV. We would come here again.
Things did not start well - they could not find our reservation. They had spots available so we went to look at them. The pull throughs were on more of a slope and were not long enough for our class A and the Toad, so we picked a back in as level as we could get. Some of the sites were had quite a slant. The site we got was very wide so it was relatively easy to get in. The sites are well graveled. The cable, water and power were good, but the internet was horrible. I spent over 5 minutes to open a page and then the connection would just drop out. I finally gave up. The good part was the ability to take a walk up the hills right next to the campground. We took walks and also took the dogs. The views were amazing! If I came to this area again, I would try and find a place with more level sites and better internet access.
This is a great park with a customer service attitude. They did their best to meet your needs. Level, wide spots with lots of room. We had a pull through site. There was a concrete pad with a table and chairs and a asphalt area for the car. They offer a free RV drivers confidence course, which we took. It was a half day of classroom training and then we all drove their class A in the afternoon. The class was great! To top it off, they gave each of us a coupon for one free night at Lazy Days, which we were able to apply to the current trip. We had some tree branches that would have touched a slide and they came right over and trimmed the tree. They also lent us a ladder for some work I needed to do. There was a great dog run. There was bottled water at the gate that you could get, just for the asking. A great location close enough to the freeway but very quiet. Nice exercise room. Good internet: it lost web contact occasionally but then it came back. We would definitely come again.
The rate reflects the Good Sam discount. A very nice park with lots of driving room and good space between sites. Level, graveled sites. Easy to back in a 40 foot coach. The wireless internet worked well but it appears it is metered because after being on for about 30 minutes, it kept logging me off. Great location right off the main road about 6 miles North of Alamogordo. Very friendly owners and staff. Nice area for walking the dogs both on and off leash. We will go there again if in Alamogordo.
A great RV park! We stayed in the upper level in a pull through site. It was very long and very easy to get into. Too narrow to get a picnic table next to the coach but lots of room in fromt and behind. Good spacing between the sites. The site was level and well graveled with concrete roads. The restrooms were great! There were a number of individual bathrooms with showers. They have a large laundry, a dog wash and a nice gathering area with tables and BBQ. The people were very nice. They have areas to walk the dogs but there is a power line very near the park where you can walk the dogs for a long way. There are some back in sites that are much wider with concrete pads. There is a "lower" area with large, graveled sites. The park is well cared for. It is very close to Elephant Butte lake. It was a great weekend! We will be coming back.
The staff was great. When they found out we had pets, they gave us a site near the dog walk area. It was good that we were close because it is a really large facility and walking to the dog walk in the heat would have been too hard. Most of the sites are reserved for park models. There are some pull through sites in a parking lot. We stayed in a back in site. The sites are large with concrete pads for a porch area. The wireless internet worked well. The cable TV was good. The people at the gate were very friendly. The fellow that escorted us to the site was very helpful.
Pros: Very nice owners. They were friendly and went out of their way to make your experience a good one. The miniature golf was lots of fun. Lots of shade trees. Wi-Fi was great. Great places to walk the dogs. Quiet location right in town. Level gravel parking. Pull-through sites. Cable TV was good. Cons: Many of the sites are narrow and short. We have a 29 foot trailer. Once the trailer was in the site, there was no room for the truck. They do have an area for overflow parking. There are some larger and longer sites so if you have a large rig, I would ask for one. Even with the smaller sites, I would come here again.
This is a basic but nice RV park. Some sites are against the back fence - that is where we stayed. Lots of great places to walk the dogs in Magdalena. There is a large area a block west and south of the park - within easy walking distance. Nice level sites. Very quiet even though it was not far from the main road. You need to take take care going in and out because there is a curb at the two entrances but we took it slow and at an angle and we had plenty of clearance. No bathrooms or showers. Within walking distance of the restaurants and shops in Magdalena. We will be staying there again.
Very nice park with lots of room for the trailers. A lot of the sites have shade with a cement pad and a picnic table. If you are coming here, ask for one of these. They are back-in sites but are worth it. Great location for seeing Las Cruces. Very quiet park. The host was very nice. Big wide roads between the sites. The only thing that was an issue was walking the dogs. They did not have anyplace that was specifically for the dogs. You can drive down the road a few miles and walk along the river or along one of the many irrigation ditches. The internet access was great. The cable TV was great.
We spent one night. The sites are very long. If all the sites were filled, there would not be a lot of room between sites. Each site has a cement strip with a picnic table that is shared with the site next door. They turn off the water when the temperature is below freezing so we did not have water from 7 pm to 9 am the next day. Friendly staff and clean restrooms and showers. Very easy to get in and out of the site. Open fields behind the campground for walking the dogs. Had a sign that they do not allow RVs that are over 15 years old.
Stayed over Thanksgiving. We chose this park because it was the only one in Death Valley that would take reservations, and one of two that had full hookups. Wi-Fi is available but the cost is not included in the fee for the site. Cable TV is not normally available but we lucked out and got a site that was behind long term sites and we were able to hook in. Long run to the septic, so had to purchase an extension. Lots of open land right outside of grounds so great places to take the dogs. Great location within walking distance of all the amenities of Furnace Creek. Pool, golf course, horse back riding, museum. Great location to see Death Valley from. The site was pretty level: a basic graveled site. No picnic table or fire pit. If you want a full hookup, this is a great place to be.
Stayed one night. Nice pull through site. Sites were separated nicely. Great Wi-Fi access and cable TV. Adjacent to forest so lots of places to walk the dogs. People were very friendly. Got a doggie bag and a person bag. Clean restrooms and showers. Would come again.
Great graveled level sites with some trees and a grass area between each site. The facilities were very nice and clean and the people were friendly. The biggest issue was with the Wi-Fi internet access. There was a filter on downloading files and any files but the very smallest did not make it. You were not warned so I kept waiting for them to download. I teach on-line so I needed to download small student files but the Wi-Fi would not allow it.
An older park. The showers and the bathrooms were pretty clean but are in bad need of updating. The mosquitoes were terrible. There was no access to the river. On the positive side, the sites were nice and there were lots of trees. The people were friendly.
This is a beautiful RV park. The views are amazing and the deer walk through the park. You can see deer and antelope. Level sites with lots of room between the sites. The rest rooms are clean. The Wi-Fi is not available at the RV park but are short drive down the road on the grounds of the Whittington Center. We love coming here.
We were one of the few that were not long term residents of the park, and we know why - the place is great! We got a level, pull through site. The sites are very private with lots of room. The bathrooms and shower were clean. There is a big empty plot of land behind the campground where you can walk your dogs. It was close to town but very private. The best place we have been to so far!