We camped here because of the amenities this early in the season. Very nice pool and Jacuzzi. Check-in was quick and friendly. Manager guided us to our level gravel site with a large cement patio and helped us back in. They said park Wi-Fi was currently an issue and was in the process of being upgraded but our hot spot (Verizon) had a strong signal. We did hear some firing from a distant firing range as well as train whistle and the railroad is six miles away. Previous reviewer must have been having a bad day as I asked about late night noise and the manager assured me that barking dogs and partying noise was addressed quickly in the rare cases it occurred. The partying? This is a geezers park, looks like lots of 80+ years folks. Nice size back in lots with Mexican brick divider's between lots, good 50 amp power and water pressure from their own well. Very nice landscaping and very clean park with a nice little library and large clubhouse as well as friendly residents. Also a large several acre fenced dog area. We would stay again.
Check in was fast and we were asked about our rooftop sat. dish and guided to a long pull through that gave a clear shot to the southern sky. Kind of a tossup between this park and the adjacent competitor. This park seems to have added quite a few new sites with new electric pedestals, cable, water and sewer. Lots of room and quiet with a very good, fast WiFi system. Verizon signal also seemed strong. Very easy in and out. We would stay again.
Gravel trail into the RV parking sites was rather an abrupt drop off if you have an RV with little clearance. Pea gravel to park on. Since there were no other campers we pulled in parallel to the electric pedestal. One of the pedestals had a damaged 50 amp outlet but we found an undamaged one. No customers at the lounge, but we saw a car and went up and made a donation for the electric. Hookups are basically in the highway ditch but traffic dropped off after dark.
I called ahead to make sure there would be a spot available and the lady assured me this time of the year they were not busy and it would be self registration upon arrival. As it turned out, we were the only folks there, but the park was very well maintained. very long fairly level gravel pull through sites with excellent swing room. Wi fi was still on and it was very good, as was our Verizon signal. There was very moderate noise from the highway but very little after dark. All in all quite a nice peaceful setting with more amenities then we had expected in the rural setting. If the park was full, the side by side shared hookups could get a little close. We would stay again.
When we drove in to the park, there was a self registration box by the unmanned registration booth with a large sign telling campers that they must register before going any farther. Try as we might, there were no registration slips anywhere and we and another camper looked everywhere. We drove in, picked a pull through site that allowed us to use our rooftop satellite dish and went to hook up electric and small print in the box informed us 50 amp was not available, only 30 amp power, although the 50 amp outlet was in the box. Camp host was not present so we waited till they returned and got a registration slip from them and were also informed there is no 50 amp electric in the park. The previous reviews indicated there was 50 amp but since we were only staying one night we got by OK. There was a water spigot at most campsites and the park was well maintained. It was a little to far out of our way to consider staying again.
This park has a few long sites, which we needed, but spacing is very close, off of a shared electric pedestal and water spigot. I actually had to crawl under my adjacent neighbors slide out to in insert my sewer hose into the shared outlet. Only a few sites could get rooftop satellite because of trees and managers had no idea of how that worked. Many long term trailers because this area is on the edge of the oil field so lots of workers. Wi-Fi was OK and it the park was fairly quiet. Check-in lady was very pleasant, her husband not so much. It was OK for an overnight, but we would only stay again if there was no other choice.
A rustic park but has long pull through sites and good spacing which was important for us. The very friendly owner met us at the edge of the park because I didn't read the RV park web site instructions clearly and expected the GPS directions to take us to the park. GPS directions were not correct and RV park signage off the main street was low to the ground, not very large, and easily overlooked. Owner brought a small trash can for our use and door mat and seems to really appreciate the business. We actually chose the park because it is just before oilfield congestion starts a little further east and we were assured of a spot with our length requirements. Verizon was good, hookups OK, and although not far from the Interstate, it wasn't overly noisy. We would stay again.
Check in was extremely friendly and we were led to our requested pull through site that was long enough so I did not have to unhook my toad. The park is clean and seems well maintained. Somewhat close to your adjacent neighbor, because of shared hookups. Very close to the Interstate and there is also some train noise. Park Wi-Fi was OK and our Verizon signal was good. Our evaluation is that this may still be the best RV park in the area and we would stay again.
We enjoyed a friendly check-in by the camp host immediately upon entering the park. Very convenient to the clubhouse with large spaces and good 50 amp power and water at the rear of the sites. My GPS directions were needed, as the signage is somewhat lacking. There is a dump station available. Park Wi-Fi was good and the Verizon signal was strong. We would definitely stay again.
First impression was that the park was laid out in a haphazard fashion but we did find our way around after doing a short walking reconnaissance. Sign posted in the office gave site numbers and said to pick a space, which we did. Sites were maybe 100 feet long and plenty wide, although the hookups are shared side by side and neighbors would be close if the park was at full capacity. There appeared to be park Wi-Fi but we did not have the access code and used our Verizon hot spot which had a strong signal. Good 50 amp power and water and sewer hookups were well placed. Close to the freeway but noise diminished after dark. We would stay again.
The parking is back-in on nicely mowed grass and the sites were not quite long enough for our RV so we parked parallel on an end site as there were only 2 other rigs in the campground. Clean and quiet with a good Verizon signal good water pressure and 50 amp electric. Good for an overnight and we would stay again..
Rate reflects monthly rate. A very recently built park with good signage from the Interstate, already showing some signs of neglect but suitable for our purposes. Some distant noise from a fertilizer plant and also a railroad crossing. Owners were friendly enough and there is a self registration and pick your own spot. Access and leaving may entail driving across grass between sites if in a larger rig. Wi-Fi was good as was power and water pressure. We would stay again.
A KOA with somewhat level site and fair swing room to access them. I asked for a site that would have access to the southern sky for my roof mounted dish because of trees. But it seemed the check in person was clueless as to what I was talking about and had decided the site I was supposed to use and that was it. I watched several dog owners not cleaning up after their pets and vehicles parked partially blocking the street instead of being completely on their own site. There was no guidance to the assigned sites. No KOA personal seemed to monitor park rules.
We have stopped here before and as other reviews have stated, not fancy, but it is clean with long sites and wide streets for swing room. Power, water and electric all work well and are conveniently located. We called ahead because they close at 4:45 and the lady gave us a site number and said to check with her in the morning.
Accessible coming from the west (California) or from the East (Quartzsite). Paved road but some of the turn offs to parking areas can be a little steep for rigs with low clearance. Far enough away that highway noise is not to bad. We like the convenient location and easy parking.
We had a reservation and check in was very quick with an escort to our pull through site. The park is well kept and the sites are wide enough but the trees will need trimming soon. The access roads are very narrow. We had to watch very closely when turning into the site, swinging as wide as possible and just barely clearing the electric pedestal from hitting the side of my rig. To rate a park highly, I want no stress when driving through or accessing my RV site. Our site was quiet and gated security was nice. Internet was good at our location as was my satellite reception.
If this park was almost empty there would be no trouble getting into a site. In our case, we arrived just before closing, and since we had reservations I thought there would be a pull through space that we requested. There was, but since the sites are quite close together, we had a very difficult time accessing the site with our toad attached as the adjacent camper's had crowded into our site when they parked on either side. The sites do not have much space between them. Power was OK and it was quiet, but we just barely fit in length wise with the toad attached. We would choose another park next time.
If this park had 50 amp electric we would definitely have rated it higher. It is set up for big rigs with easy access, great turning radius, very long sites, quiet, well maintained, fairly level gravel sites, good grassy spacing between sites, electric and sewer well placed, water hydrant -- you will need a long hose. Not much for shade although a few back ins would have some shade in the summer. We did not need A/C because of the late fall weather so 50 amp was not an issue. Self check in, but I had called the owner ahead of time to be sure the place was still open. We are not golfers, but there were free clubs and balls available for guests to use on the well maintained driving range. If it was cool and A/C wasn't needed we would stay again.
The good; inexpensive, not to far off of the Interstate, friendly folks own it, long pull throughs, good Wi-Fi, good Verizon, The negative; As I was hooking up the electric I failed to inspect the grass median between sites and stepped in dog doo doo. I did notice the owner has two very large dogs that have free run of the park. Also for some reason the owner has lined all the streets and ends of the parking sites with railroad ties sticking out of the ground 2 feet. This actually narrows up the access roads and parking sites and for big rigs makes swing room and access much more difficult. He did guide us into the site and I had to swing through tree branches with my mirror to swing wide enough to avoid hitting the railroad ties. Probably would not return.
A quiet park with a friendly lady that checked us in at her little store. It seemed there were mostly year around rigs in the park with many of them having an accumulation of possessions stored under and around their RVs. The river frontage sites were mostly very close together as were most of the other sites. We can handle rustic, but the sites being placed so close together and only 30 amp power means we probably would not return.
We had stayed at this park several years ago and were very satisfied. We came in on a Sunday when the office was closed but there was a pull through site available at the self check in kiosk so we filled out the information required on the self registration envelope and parked. Monday morning I went to the office and the very nice lady did some site adjusting on her computer so we wouldn't have to move to a different site, as we wanted to stay a week. Our 45 ft rig fit nicely with room for the tow car parked in front. We think this is one of the best parks in the Vancouver/Portland area because of site size, quietness, ease of access, and accommodation of the folks operating the RV park itself.
Very friendly and helpful owners.. Tight spaces and a steep downhill entry with a sharp turn is not for the faint of heart. We had to lower our rating for this park mostly because of the barking dogs and late night partying that seems to allowed.
The only park in this area that we found that has ample size and access for big rigs, 50 amp power, and Verizon coverage. AT&T seemed to work everywhere. Most sites are 30 amp but there are some 50 amp sites mixed in. All grass parking and some leveling may be needed. Electric and water are at the rear of the sites. Large shade trees on many sites but many will have rooftop satellite dish access. There is a period of time in late August and early September when the County fair is held when camping is not available. 2 miles south of Omak, WA or 2 miles N of Okanogan, WA.
Rate reflects a monthly stay. We liked the pull through grass spaces with just enough width to keep from feeling cramped. Our space was slightly sloped, so it needed leveling. The only major disappointment was the fact we requested and got one of the limited 50 amp spaces in the park. We have multiple air conditioners and the forecast was that it was going to be hot. The park power would go off completely some days during the hottest times. We found out this had been an ongoing long term problem for these sites that the managers were aware of and had not made us aware if the issue. We would have rated the park higher, if not for this problem.
We stayed in this park at a weekly rate reflected in the price.. The sites are quite close together and length is marginal but doable with a big rig. Only 30 amp power so be aware if heat is in the forecast and you may not have more than 1 A/C. View from the front window is of a small lake down a fairly steep hill to the water.
We stayed a week at this park because all the other RV parks with 50 amp sites were reserved for this time period due to local festivities. We had a graveled site. The sites are all either back-in or drive in forward and back out. Our site had the sewer hook up pipe so far out the ground it was almost higher then my RV discharge. Small detail but not expected at these prices. For all back in or back out the streets were a little narrow for swing room. Pull-through sites would be much more desirable for ease of parking. Adjacent to the local airport and planes leaving at daybreak right in front of the RV was not conducive to a good nights rest. Cable TV was not very clear but free Wi-Fi was very fast. Very wide terraced sites and of course well maintained.
Very large spaces with decent spacing and turning radius when backing into the back in sites. A friendly lady who owns the park and registers guests. No escort to the site and wi-fi is not free or included. $4.95 for 24hours and $17.95 a week extra for Wi-Fi. Some road noise and many people have yappy dogs which they seem to think is cute. We had our own Verizon air card, so can not comment on the quality of paid Wi-Fi. Verizon seemed to have a strong signal from this park while other carriers were not as dependable. Good cable TV, strong water pressure, and good electrical power. My price reflects a longer term stay, as there are many long term rigs in this park.
We had reservations weeks ahead of time and my credit card was immediately charged $100.00 deposit for a one month stay that we were planning. When we arrived there was a very easy and friendly check-in with an escort to the site and assistance in backing in. A fair amount of sand blown in and goat head stickers through out the park but on the edge of the desert so that can be expected. We did have to leave before our time was up and the manager was very nice about adjusting the bill after I explained the circumstances. The park big rig pull through sites are just adequate but it very likely is the best park in this area of Albuquerque.
Long sites, some are said to be 110 ft long. Pull through sites all seem to have the electrical and water on the curbside. The park was very quiet and all paved. We pulled into the campground, located some distance from the park main office, and then chose a site and unhooked the tow car to drive up and register. The camp host only accepts fees from late arrivals after 5 pm she told us. RV site payment also includes the park entrance fee which we appreciated.
We made reservations by phone with a super nice lady. Check-in was very quick and efficient when we arrived. The park is clean and very well maintained as well as being quiet which may be due to the off-season starting. Our price was with a PA discount and is a good value. The sites are adequate in size but the electric was at the extreme rear of the site so some rigs may need an extension to reach the electric pedestal. Our rating is determined by no Wi-Fi, no cable and all back in sites, which are long enough and wide enough for any rig, but the streets are very narrow which makes turning radius and backing into sites with big rigs somewhat difficult. The site escort was very helpful in backing in. Our GPS took us on a scenic tour and when we called the office because we could not locate the park, they recommended using Peoria AZ instead of Sun City. Presto, the GPS found the park with no problem.
Price reflects a weekly rate. We stayed primarily because of location to a family gathering on the strip. Lots of older, permanent rigs but generally not to unkempt. A little boom box noise but it never lasted long. Site was just adequate in lenghth and width but was surprisingly quiet at night. . All hookups are at the very rear of the area. We would stay again.
We were happy to see the flashing strobe light and RV park sign, as it was getting dusk and we needed a place to park for the night.. Very friendly check in, long enough pull throughs, convenient hookups, good Wi-Fi, quiet, and a veterans discount. This is as good as it gets! A few miles south of Dillon but very easy on and off the freeway. We would would stay again.
We had a pull through site that was adequate for a big rig; the turning radius getting into the site was good. Water pressure and 50 amp service were fine. We heard almost no highway traffic noise at our site. The owner/manager monitors things going on in the park and it is very quiet. There is also nice spacing between sites. You must drive adjacent to an Exxon gas station to get into the park which is behind the station. The park is almost surrounded by farmland. My GPS would not accept the Highway 395 address but the coordinates are N 47degrees 52.169 min. W 117 degrees 25.206 min. My rate was based on a weekly a rate and the park now will give an SKP 15% daily discount as well as the Good Sam discount. We would stay again
Easy to find and close to the freeway. Freeway noise level was tolerable and site width and swing room was adequate. Our site was not real level but most of them appeared to be OK. Pull throughs may not be adequate for all big rigs without unhooking. We just barely fit into our site. Next door to a truck stop so fueling is convenient if needed. We would stay again.
The park is right along side the road, but coming from the west we did not see the sign until it was too late to turn in. About 1 1/2 miles from the freeway. A mile and a half to town and a U turn and what a nice little park it is. There are 4 or 5 sites long enough for most big rigs and adequate turn /swing room. We stayed in #12. There are trees planted which will need trimming in the near future at some of the sites. There was a little road noise,but not annoying. We would stay again.
A free, small, 4 site city maintained RV park located on the I-80 business loop through Battle Mountain. On the North East corner of town, just west of a Shell gas station. There are two Shell stations on this loop a mile apart. The one on the west end may have better fuel prices. Four back in RV sites with 2 of them having water hydrants. All have picnic table and garbage can. Any size rig will fit. Good for an overnight and grocery store and eating places very close.
This park is OK and is probably doing the best it can with the space it has to work with. It was very clean and quiet. There is a slope to many of the sites and a need for leveling. The check in lady was very nice and went beyond our expectations. The interior streets are narrow but doable with even big rigs. Caution, and someone to spot for you when turning into your site would be called for if driving a big rig. The negatives are some residents think rules only apply to other people and park out side of their sites markings. With the narrow streets it can be very tight. The staff does not seem to monitor this at all. The office closes at 5 PM and lots of folks do not stop that early in the day.
A very friendly check-in by the new lady manager. This park is a no frills park, but evidently has had some major renovation in the last few months according to some folks who return on an annual basis. A nice turning lane to enter the park from either direction. Long enough level pull-throughs for our 43' MH with toad. Water pressure,new 50A electric and sewer location were fine and it was quiet at night. There are some nicely shaded sites. No playground stuff or swimming pool, but clean and neat and the new young couple running it seem to be be working hard every day to constantly improve things. New free Wi-Fi only covers the front half of the park at this time. Laundry was small, as were the showers, but very clean. There is a camp host, as the owners don't stay overnight. Check or cash at this time, but said they would be set up to take credit cards in a few weeks. We also found diesel fuel 10 miles south on Hiway 160 at the Native casino truck stop 40 cents a gallon cheaper than in town.
The negatives: A dusty all gravel campground with slow Wi-Fi and smoky campfires blowing into our coach.. Positives: Friendly check in, site spacing is OK if they are not full. If the park is full the electric pedestal is shared with the neighbor. Most sites are in full sun with a few having some shade. It was quiet and the employees seemed to monitor the park closely.
My price reflects the weekly rate. A smaller park at the top of a hill with nice views. A slightly dusty and gravel washboard entry road are the only negatives. A very quiet park with easy access sites. Very easy and friendly check in. Spacing is very good and we would stay again.
A friendly checkin and guided to our site. Nice level, long, wide sites with good turning radius. Quite easy to access from the interstate and signage was good. Very good WiFi as the checkin lady said they had spent a substantial amount of money upgrading the system. Very good park cable TV as well. We would stay again.
The sites are level but the spaces are narrow and would be very close if the small park was full. Access is just OK and with a big rig it may take a bit of planning. Length was OK for a 45 ft MH and we parked our toad in the adjacent motel parking area. Wi-Fi worked from the adjacent motel but was a little slow but free. We were entitled to the Best Western free motel breakfast which was a short walk away. There is also another brand new park across the street just opened for $25 a night.
Level sand/gravel sites. Adequate spacing and length of the "premium pull throughs" which is an extra charge as is the Wi-Fi. . A somewhat noisy train track/crossing across the adjacent highway. Just a business like check in and we were not made aware of any breakfast.
Just an OK dusty gravel covered RV park with adequate size spaces. Some train noise but maybe less then the other parks in town. Signage is faint and we called ahead for directions which helped. Wi-Fi slow at times. Owners live on site.
This park looks as if it was designed by someone who had RVd for years. It has so many good features and can handle any size rig with ease. The repair shop was not open and we did not eat at the restaurant, so can not evaluate. Quiet, clean and we would stop again.
The good: Easy to find off of the interstate and traffic noise is very minimal. Nice long pull throughs will handle any length rigs, some with sand/gravel base ours was reclaimed asphalt. Good 50 amp electric (50 amp extra $), water pressure was high but OK with a pressure reducer. There are two sewer hookups for each site, front and back. Convenient for an overnight stay. A very nice rural setting which was very well kept when we were here. Negative: Our sewer hookup standpipe was about 11 inches above the ground, plus being slightly uphill from my site which made it almost the same height as my discharge from the RV. Some other sites were the more normal 2 to 3 inches above ground, which I probably could have requested. The owner /manager could take a few lessons in dealing with the public and was not overly pleasant on the phone or when checking in. We would stay again though, as overall we liked the park.
A tired older park that was built before slideouts were common, so width of the site can be a little tight. Length on the pullthroughs is fine for almost any rig. A few worker's trailers on site looked a little trashy and kind of permanent. We received a friendly SKP check in and would stay again. If heading east there are not many better choices for several hours driving.
Just an older park located close to ASU in Tempe. Right next to the metro line. Quiet enough, but most sites are permanents who pay no attention to speed limit signs in the park. Back in sites only, you need lots of sewer and water hose as well as a long electric cord as all the sites have hookups at the very rear of the site. The sites were just wide enough to avoid a cramped in feeling and deep enough for a 45ft motorhome. We found the manager friendly enough, and it was OK for a couple of nights.
We picked this park on a whim when deciding to stop early for the day. OK but lack of 50 amp meant we had to manage electric usage until it cooled enough in the evening and air conditioning was not needed. Level very large pull throughs made parking easy. Friendly check in. Free WIFI was intermittent and not very fast. We did not use the free cable TV hookup because of our dish. We would not stay again if it was hot and we needed air conditioners running at max effort.
The usual friendly greeting upon checkin with an SKP hug. Just level gravel parking with large pull throughs at a reasonable price. A nice touch is the air compressor at the exit, which will quickly air up large tires if needed.
Big rig sites are just OK. There are quiet and shaded spots. A water hydrant is at park entrance for filling tank. Verizon was weak but worked. A few sites would be OK for a roof mounted satellite dish. Golden Access price is what is shown.
Long sites, level and easy access. When I made reservations I specifically asked if their wi-fi signal would be good at the site we were assigned. We were told it would be. That is not the case. Very slow and erratic and will disconnect frequently. My Verizon air card does not work well here either.
We only needed a place to stop overnight and this park was along side our travel route. A very basic little Arizona desert RV park. The entrance from the highway is quite narrow for a big rig so be prepared to swing wide to get a straight approach. The actual entrance to the park also is a little narrow, but shorter rigs should not have a problem. I could not get the Wi-Fi to work with the code given to me, so can not comment on speed. My Verizon aircard worked OK though. A long, wide pull through, good 50 amp power and low water pressure. The water was claimed to be reverse osmosis which may have been the reason for the low pressure. PPA rate, but an additional five dollar "deposit" for electric use which was a slight surprise when registering. We would use this park again for an overnight stay.
The park is on a canyon rim looking down hundreds of feet to a river below. No fees. Very quiet at night with great views of the stars. A good paved road in. A moderate Verizon signal and unlimited parking, although somewhat stony and rocky.
Entrance from hi-way 160 is via a narrow 2 lane paved road to the resort. A destination park during tourist season for sure. Tennis, swimming, fishing, horseback rides, cafe, BB court, and more. We stayed when the resort had closed most facilities for the season except for full RV hookups. That is all we needed anyway, while exploring the areas national parks and museums for several days. The sites are well dispersed with plenty of room between rigs. Easy access with both long back-ins and some pull-throughs. Camp hosts were very friendly and had a packet that showed many area points of interest. Very quiet and peaceful,level FHU sites and our Verizon signal was very strong and our satellite dish worked well. A PPA RV park. We would stay again.
We were met by one of the park hosts and guided into a 50 amp, very long, grass pull through site. It was late in the season and there were not many campers in the park. Very quiet, good Wi-Fi, good water pressure, level and very peaceful. Signage is just OK from the Hwy, but in this little town it is hard to get lost. A bit rustic, but we would surely stay here again. Price reflects PPA rate. Verizon phone and satellite dish worked just fine.
Easy to find and a good road into the park. Long enough pull throughs for a motorhome and toad. Our site was not very level. The park is close to the freeway, and right across the freeway is a busy railroad. Heavy traffic all night. We would not stop again.
A very quiet park with some long pull throughs and a few sites right on the small creek that flows through the park. The road is somewhat narrow through the park for a big rig, but doable by going slow and swinging wide on the turns. Verizon was just OK and satellite dish worked fine from our pull through site on the north side of the park right along side the creek. One site overlooks a small dam (20 feet from the site) where we saw some fly fishermen catching and releasing good size trout. One other RV and one tent the night we stayed. We would stay again.
We have stayed here before and very little changes. Owner is very laid back, as is the park. He told me to pick a pull through site, as five of them were empty. Site 10 is now big rig friendly, as I borrowed his saw and a ladder and trimmed a huge pile of overhanging branches that restricted access or could scratch a rig. I got a clear satellite signal from my front mounted dish and Verizon was good. Sewer is on the driver's side of the site with water and electric being on the opposite side on some of the sites. Long pull-throughs with adequate swing room, good 50 amp, and being allowed to wash rigs makes up for the less then tidy appearance of the park. Some distant train noise but not bothersome. Easy access from the freeway but far enough away so road noise is not an issue.
This park is one we have stayed at before when traveling through this area. Owners have gotten much more lax on both upkeep and enforcing any pet or speeding rules. They still keep some wide long 50 amp pull through sites open for travelers going through the area but minimal maintenance is evident in the the appearance of the park. Also dogs with no leashes and pet owners not cleaning up after their pets now seems to be ignored. The only plus is, this still remains the best park in this part of the state because of the influx of oilfield workers. The other parks are in this area are much worse.
We had a little difficulty finding the park from the address given. This may have been my GPS issue but in this small community it is not a problem to get good matured directions. Long enough sites for big rigs in a new addition. The sites are not very level. 50 amp power was good and but were not offered Wi-Fi code so can not comment on it. Friendly check in and escorted to the site.
A short drive on a bit dusty gravel road, down a hill to get into the hidden park. Not any signage we saw after leaving the highway, but there really was only one main gravel road to follow. We had site #8 and roof satellite dish worked through the trees and our Verizon air card and cell phone also worked at that site. We saw some mule deer when we got into the park but the folks next door had 2 dogs which sent the deer into hiding. A very nice couple who own and manage the park. Adequate but not extremely spacious roads and sites. Only 30 amp electric available.
My rate reflects a monthly rate. A well kept park with not a lot of room between sites. Level sites and some are long enough for any rig. Good Verizon and somewhat sporadic park Wi-Fi. Directions can be a little confusing because of newly constructed, one way streets which may confuse a GPS, and signs that could be a little larger. Checkin staff on hand till 8 PM, which is very user friendly. The park sits back from the street aways, and unless you know it is there you may miss it on the right hand side, heading South on Meridian St. An OK park, and we would stay again.
We choose this park when going through this area. Really not another RV park of this class in this part of the state, although there are cheaper parks. We are willing to pay a small premium for the excellent facilities. Had good Wi-Fi, Verizon and clean, with good laundry.
Wide, very long sites with good swing room is a big plus for long rigs. Fair Wi-Fi depending on park location and good 50 amp power. A few miles off of the freeway but we like the peace and quiet. Short stretch of gravel before entering the park is very rough, but may be due to more rain then usual this year. Verizon was OK.
Check in was OK. There were no "camping" or "RV park ahead" or any other indication of where the registration and camping area was, when we entered the boat ramp/parking area. Not wanting to end up in a dead end or area we could not turn around in, we had to disconnect and use the toad to find the registration office! The check in person said the signs were in the back of a Park Rangers pickup and he had not got around to putting them up this spring! After finding registration, there was a choice of three sites available with full hookups. We were hoping to get a satellite signal for our dish and only one looked promising. Many sites will not work because of trees, but site 8 EWS worked for us by parking well forward in the site. Several electric only sites were also available. Have plenty of sewer hose, most full hookups have the sewer hookup to the extreme rear of the sites. Well maintained and a good, no nonsense ranger presence to keep people from parking anywhere they pleased or not following the park rules. A very popular park and Sun, Mon and Tues may be the best times without reservations. We would stay again if space was available.
Very easy to find and handy to the freeway. Had good Verizon reception. Turn off to the park is also the turnoff to the DOT truck scale, so there can be heavy truck traffic. If you have a roof mounted dish, reception can be problematic because of trees. There are just a few sites that have clear access to the south. Also, the park advertises 50 amp service. It is only available on one side of the park, the other sites being 30 amp. We would stay again.
Easy in and out park, great for an overnight. Has grass sites, paved roads and good full hookups. Some permanents are here. The owner seems to monitor pet owners so they clean up after their animals, use leashes, and keep them from uncontrolled barking. We use it when traveling through the area.
A rustic and rural well kept campground in an area where large, long, wide, pull throughs are hard to find. 19 miles west of Cutbank, MT and 15 miles east of Browning, MT., then 3.7 mi North on highway 444. It is a short drive in on a narrow but adequate road to the park. If rustic or rural is not your cup of tea, don't stop. If a very quiet and friendly stay with 50 amp, huge, level, grass pull throughs, and water is all you need, you will be happy. Open June through August or by appointment. Mosquito spray recommended. (We use a spray bottle with Listerene around the rig and entrance door.) My price reflects the fact that they were not fully open for business when we stayed.
Nice, quiet, well maintained park. We could not get a good Verizon signal, and my aircard would not work at all. Good 30 amp, and there is a sewer dump and water hydrants if you have a Y and lots of hose. The manager declined to give me my SKP discount saying "they were cheap enough anyway."
We have stayed here a number of times. Register at the fair office, second floor. The sites are somewhat scattered but generally the extreme north side of the fairgrounds has the most hookups, but most are 20 and 30 amp. Water hydrants scattered around, as are sewer dumps. There are 50 amp available if you register during working hours of 9 to 5. They will happily direct you to 50 amp. Very friendly folks to register you at the fair office. Some train noise but not bad.
Fairly easy to find, but a haphazard setup for many sites: water on one side and sewer, electricity on the other, etc. It may be useful to walk, or drive through with the toad first (if feasible), when choosing a site to find 30 or 50 amp, which side water, electricity is on, how far back sewer hookup is, etc. The roads are not real wide for swing room and some loops do not connect with other portions of the campground. There are a few permanents who park in the street and some junk, but evidently much better than a few years ago. It is about the only decent campground in the area and we would stay again. It did have some longer gravel pull through sites.
A small, well kept park for smaller rigs. I called ahead to ask if there would be a problem with a big rig, as a previous poster had mentioned. The owners answer was that he could handle any size rig. That may be true if you don't mind a few scratchs from low hanging tree branches and putting strain on axles because of the tight turn requirements because branches are hanging down. Also, there's a very steep short incline driving into the camping area. There is only one 50 amp site, no Wi-Fi, the camp sites are right by the freeway, and the train crossing is also very close. We would not stay again.
Check in was very good at the store before entering the RV park. Park Wi-Fi signal was so weak we could not access Wi-Fi at our site. Quite roomy and wide sites with some trees. Rooftop dish may not work on some sites because of the trees. Verizon worked very well. we would stay again. Rate reflects monthly rate.
Easy in easy out. Our GPS took us through a bit of a residential area to the park coming in. The park itself is a nice, no frills with nice wide streets and long enough sites for big rigs. We would stay again.
We thought the signage and directions were very good. The check-in was friendly and the gravel sites were long enough for most big rigs. Wi-Fi was good. The streets are a little narrow so if the park is full, swing room may be a problem for some big rigs. The street after check-in is a narrow, sharp 90-degree turn with a building on one side and a fence on the other.
Easy in and out for an overnight. Good turning radius for big rigs, as the park is laid out in a large circle. All pull throughs. Close to the freeway but not noisy. We would stay again. Not fancy, but a good value.
Big rig friendly is a bit of a stretch. If you are 60 feet or less you will just fit into the sites. If it was not so tight, they would not have placed large rocks all over the park because people have been forced to drive on the grass to fit into the sites. Over 60' may mean unhooking your toad to fit. Swing room and turns into your site depend on whether one of the permanent park residents has his vehicle parked in your way or not. Narrow interior streets for big rigs. Otherwise a good value. We would stay again.
Entrance coming from the west is a very tight, narrow, turn unless you can swing into the oncoming traffic lane to make a wide turn. Not a big rig friendly entrance. Short rigs may have no problem. Park itself has 90 degree turns on interior streets with large boulders on the inside of the turns and permanent residents vehicles parked so that you can not swing as wide as you would want to make a comfortable turn. The boulders are situated on the street corners and could be be a real side smasher! Just be very aware. Wi-fi does not reach very far from the clubhouse. We would not stay again because of the chance of coach damage.
Park is really quite easy to find. Has a stoplight at the entrance with a turn signal for a protected left turn. Quiet enough for being close to the freeway. Not an especially BIG rig friendly park, but doable if you are given the right site. Outside perimeter roads are a little wider then narrow interior roads. No guide to your site, so you may want to walk it first. Good Wi-Fi.
A few miles off the beaten path, but worth it to us. Large paved area for registration parking and registration clerk was very friendly. Very quiet at night and full hookup, long, wide sites. Wide gravel streets and good swing room in and out. Pool, hot tub, and Wi-Fi. Several miles to any shopping so plan ahead. Water pressure OK, as was the 50 amp power. Verizon signal was OK as was my satellite TV. We will stay again.
This is one of the friendliest and most acommadating parks that we have ever visited. Everything neat,clean and the few rules are very common sense. Wide streets, long pullthroughs, well laid out hookups. Good cel signal and free wi-fi worked very well. Water was also very soft. Nice town with super Walmart close by. We stayed several months.
We chose to stay in this park because we were planning on a 1 month or longer stay in the area. I needed a long site because of the length of our RV + toad. The lady I talked to when making phone reservations did not quite understand what I was looking for, I knew I would not get a pull-through on a monthly basis as they are kept for the high $$ overnighters. A long discussion about "the rules" but issues were finally cleared up and all was well. The park is all the previous posters have stated. Finding the the park was a challenge, very poor signage. My only big problem was the check-in person taking a photocopy of my drivers license and credit card and filing it. I would not have allowed it, had I not had the long dicussion about getting a long-term site to start with. Plus, there are not a lot of choices in the area. I do not think there are any park "rules" on security for MY info. All things considered, I would stay again.
We have stayed here several times, and were pleased with the park and the management from the very first time. Very nice for big rigs because of the wide swing room and long pull throughs. The owners keep everything very neat and seem to keep on adding more things each year.
The park is very well kept and sites are well spaced. Many long pull throughs. Good 50 amp power and excellent water pressure. Very quiet. Park host very helpful as we didn't know how long we were going to stay. They will allow up to 14 days and said we could pay daily,as there is no weekly or monthly rate. $2.00 off daily rate of 18.00 if you have Golden Access card. We would stay again.
As stated previously,owners are very helpful and friendly. Park sits on a shallow water table, so constant replenishment of gravel is being done to keep the sites from becoming rutted. Free Wi-Fi worked very well and was very fast. Good power,water and cell signal. We had a long pull through which I had requested. Road noise and some train noise but I would stay here again.
One half mile north of interstate on Highway 16. Freeway is close, but not much noise. Very nice folks at check in. Big pull throughs with lots of turning radius. Good 30 or 50 amp,water and sewer. Good sign directions for the park and cell phone signal was good. Short but steep downhill coming into the park. We would stay here again.
Off the beaten path and mostly a fisherman's paradise. But the park has a lot of trees and was very well maintained The long pull throughs were very nice. Good 50 amp and great water pressure. Tree branches were the only negative, as some need trimming, so be aware if you have a big rig. Fair Verizon signal and satellite worked on the sites on the perimeter of the park. I would stay here again.
27 E-W sites and 2 full hookups on lake shore. On an excellent fishing lake with many permanents. Very well maintained, neat park with some monster pull thrus with E-W only. Just two full hookup back in sites. Friendly check in and manager lives on site. Very quiet with good access. A little off the beaten path but I would stay here again.
This park must have a big employee turnover, as no one could do anything with out checking with the owner. We were not informed water was not turned on but were charged full price,was not that cold. No one in the office after 5pm. Sites are not real level and road slightly potholed. Sites are large enough for any rig with a good turning radius. There was a good park Wi-Fi signal at our site, which we discovered by accident.Some noise from the adjacent freeway,but acceptable for a short stay.
Construction in progress. Long site but the swing room to get into a site was very limited. It will take some planning with a long rig with a toad. I would not drive out of our way to get here, but we were going right by. Directions to park are very limited. Self register, but owner is on site looking out the window.
We use this park often as an overnight stay. Long, wide sites for big rigs. We got in late and used the handy night sign up. $15.63 for late arrivals one night. Nothing special, but easy in easy out, and the price is right.
The park has large sites with good turning radius for backing in. Check-in was OK but park is mostly seasonal winter visitors. Managers were friendly enough but fussy about how far to back into the site. Measured with a tape measure to the inch! There are 3 sister parks adjoining, all owned by the same family, and we were told the general manager of all 4 parks and the fellow she lives with were real jerks. One of their rules, and reason for the tape measure. We were treated very well by the mangers of the park that we stayed in though, and we would stay there again.
We were satisfied with everything in the park. Check in parking area was large,long pull throughs with good turning radius. No park cable or Wi-Fi. We knew this ahead of time, so were not disappointed. Usually a social hour at 4pm every day. Good value and we would use it again.
It is right next to the Interstate highway and really noisy. But traffic noise covered up the sound of constantly barking dogs. Bring an electric cord extension if you have a rear hookup. Sewer and electric are at the front of the sites. There are lots of flies. I will choose another park in the future.
On the plus side. Long pull through sites (90 ft) with a good turning radius and good spacing between sites. Large area for parking when checking in. Easy access from the freeway without overbearing noise. Price is good for the area, for full hookups. Check in is easy at adjacent Motel. Negatives. Located adjacent to a small sewer lagoon with mild lagoon smell. Only 30 amp. Needs some TLC. I would use this park again for an overnight.
I had called ahead and stated the length of my rig. The owner said it would fit but the swing room to get into the site was not adequate. Low tree branches, large boulders and railroad ties funnel you into very narrow sites.Sites are side by side and slides almost touch. Owner has dogs and kennels and grass was full of dog excrement. Very repugnant. Signage is right in the drive way so it is difficult to see until almost too late to turn in. I would be desperate before staying here again.
Right along highway and easy access, just on the north side of this little community. Honor system collection box in shower/rec. room. Long sites with all hookups, but not really well kept up. It will accommodate any size/length rig. Strictly a reasonable overnight stay. There is a stockyard a half mile from this park that you will smell only if the wind is in the right direction.
Easy access from freeway. Traffic noise not bad, minimal at night although park is adjacent to interstate. Former mobile home park so the sites are wide and long. Level sites, no trees. Big oil boom in the area but owners make sure some 50 amp, full hookup, pull through sites are available for travelers. Very good wi-fi ,water pressure and elec. We would stay here again.
Nice park in a little valley. Some train and highway noise but not overwhelming. Easy access but bit of a hill entering and exiting the park. Room for big rigs and shaded sites. Nice folks run the place. We would stay again as price was right.
OK for short stay,very quiet at night. Laid back folks operating the park. Some long gravel pull throughs and shade. Fairly level sites with easy access off the freeway. About a 1/4 mi from freeway so noise was hardly noticeable. Very good water and owner allowed washing.
Nice little park in a nice little MT community. Very friendly check in; I had called ahead to make sure of site length and was given a choice of sites after arriving. Sites were long enough, but swing room to get into the sites leaves a little to be desired. I have a 5W and nicely graveled streets are just a little narrow. Sites were fairly adequate, but not any extra room between them. Awning just clears your neighbors slideouts. Very nice clubhouse and Wi-Fi worked well. Verizon also worked very well. Very peaceful and quiet. I would stay here again.
Long sites,the interior roads are a little too narrow to make the swing into some of the sites. The owners have put posts in the ground where RVs have to swing wide on the grass to enter some sites, rather than widen the road. Railroad noise was somewhat bothersome as the track is right behind the park, and just beyond RR is freeway. Noise was not overbearing, but certainly not quiet. Well maintained park and the length of the sites was importent to us and we would stay again. Verizon cel worked well. Nice folks.
Dispersed sites in a fairgrounds located along Highway 20 on the west side of the highway. Cusick does not have much to offer but fairgrounds are located on the south edge of the community. There is a fairgrounds employee on site and entrance is at the North gate right along the highway. Very basic, inexpensive camping, with scattered water hydrants,and no RV dump on site. Some electric pedestals have 30/50 amp, and some 20 amp. only. Price is right and room for big rigs, but walking around to choose a site first would be a good idea, after entering the Fairgrounds. There are some nice shaded sites also.
In 15 years full time RVng this the first park I have given a 10. Somewhat off the beaten path means quiet. Immaculate grounds, long, level cement sites with huge cement patios. Wide paved streets and a golf course in front of the sites. To bad I am not a golfer. Staff is as friendly and accommodating as any we have ever encountered. Good Wi-Fi at all times. Nice little community nearby with 2 grocery stores and 20 miles to Spokane. We would drive out of our way to stay here again.
Friendly folks own and manage the park. Built on a slight hill so leveling needed on most sites. Wi-Fi OK and good access to sites for large rigs. Lots of shade and no noise at night. A few sites, for some reason, have large boulders on the site corners. Just the right hight to bend the side of RV or back into with a toad. Only discount is Good Sam or we would have given a higher rating. 1/2 mile to a nice well stocked little grocery store. We would stay here again.
Long, level sites,trees could really use some branch trimming!! They offer lots of shade but overhang the sites and can scratch larger rigs. Wi-Fi left something to be desired as to speed. Folks seemed friendly at front desk. Not to much noise at nite but there is some hiway noise and distant train noise. Good 50 amp. and water pressure. Some turns in the park a little tight for large rigs ,but doable by going slow and swinging wide. Deep water channels in park driveways means you must go slow anyway.
Nice owners, has gravel sites and pads and not a lot of room between sites. The 50 amp was marginal, good water pressure and the neighbor said Wi-Fi was good. Could use a little maintenance on the interior roads. The owner said he could park any size rig when I called him ahead of time. True, if you don't mind hanging out into the street! Close to the freeway, but A/C drowned out the noise. Also made for easy on/off freeway. We would consider staying on an overnight basis again.
An overpriced KOA, but choices were very limited, and our length precluded staying in other park. Smoky campfires, not maintained per the price charged. Long sites most of them fairly level. There was a branch that would have hit my rig and I had to back in my site at an angle. Told one of the workers driving around in a golf cart. Got a vacant smile, nod of the head in agreement and a Si, and it was still there 5 days later. Not real competent folks at the checkin. I paid in full for my stay when checking in, she wanted to charge me extra $54.00. I asked why? She said it was a deposit in case I left without paying. duh. I had just prepaid my bill. I did not find anyone extra friendly, they just seem to tolerate paying customers. I would not stay here again.
Large pull thrus, will handle the longest rigs. Friendly family owners. Not fancy and some older junky rigs mixed in, but quiet, and walking distance to some historical sites adjacent. $28 and change w/ Escapees 15% discount for overnight. We would stay again.
Big holes full of water in park driveway because of recent rain. Very nice lady did check in but park owners are not doing any maintenance at all. One whole row does not have functioning water. They advertise 50 amp but do not put any one in those spots. Maybe by paying extra? Park was OK for our purpose as we were going right by the park anyway and it was late afternoon. Sites were a little narrow but 60 ft. pull thrus and quiet at night.
This park has a a number of long, level pullthrus. Good access from the freeway, and some traffic noise, but not as bad as we thought it would be. Friendly owner not always there. Sign in office said to pick a spot and he would be around later. Good wi-fi. Small rural town with friendly folks. I thought price was a good value. We would stay here again.
Park has long pull thrus,site we had was over 80 ft. Park is on the side of a slight hill,we needed leveling blocks. No sewer hookups on many sites and only 30 amp. Road coming into park had some very tight turns, smaller rigs, no problem. Well maintained, but very close spaces. Slide outs would almost touch your neighbors. New owners have never RVd. Wanted to put me in a site that would have required 75 ft ext cord. Close to water,mosquitoes were very thick! We would stay again on an overnight basis.
Has a few long pull-thrus and the check in was friendly. Sites are not to level, but fairly wide and spacing seemed good.There is some noise from nearby freeway but was not as bad as we had feared considering how close it is. Access was very easy from freeway.
A very clean and well maintained park.Access is a little far from the freeway. Large,long pull thrus. Water was not turned on when we stopped, but we were still charged the full price or we would have rated it a little higher.
The longest pull thrus are right by interstate hiway, and traffic noise is an issue. Park has very easy access and is pretty well maintained. If not for traffic noise we would have given a higher rating.
We needed a park with long pull thrus, and this park has several. A well kept park and access is fairly good. Downside, not the friendliest folks operating it, or we hit them on a bad day. The worst part, is that the long pull thru sites are right by railroad tracks, with a frequent trains day and nite and there is also a crossing nearby. If it is late,or a long pull thru is a must,then this park is for you. We will most likely not stay here again. A PP America park so the rate is reasonable.
Most of the sites have park models/mobile homes but there are some RV sites. We have stayed here several times before and after the prime winter season and did not need reservations. It is a very nice,well kept and secure park. There are several big rig sites.
We have used this park for overnight several times. 10 miles south of Searchlite, NV on highway 95. Just a store, casino and RV park. The access is easy with big rig sites and good 50 amp power. Not fancy but OK for an overnight @ $18 cash only.
The park itself is very nice with good access from the freeway and large, long sites for big rig parking. The big negative is that it is close to a feed lot or dairy, and the smell is very strong with a north breeze. That is the only reason we could not give a higher rating.
Very wide gravel streets and long sites for big rig parking. Cable TV hookup was not working and lots of trees gave problems for my satellite dish hookup. Owner seems to really try to operate a quality park. There are no potholes,and everything is very neat. Really easy on and off interstate.
A little known,Traill County Park, on the Red River between ND and MN. 4 mi. West of Climax MN on SR 220 and 1 mi. North on gravel road. About 6 mi East of Buxton ND and 1 mi North on gravel. A very well maintained Co. park, very under used. 30 Amp.power in dispersed grassy sites under big oak trees. 1 hydrant for water fill,no RV dump. Peaceful ,quiet,and fish for catfish in Red River from shore. Somewhat rustic and out of the way,but for $5.00 day we stayed 10 days. Self registration and very friendly employee who mows and checks on the park.
New super sites for long/wide rigs. Good access for 90 ft pull thrus. Some Hi-way noise and train traffic but not real severe. Friendly manager and 4 blocks to Super Wal-mart. Wide paved streets,crushed gravel sites with nicely trimmed grass between all sites.
We called 2 hours ahead of arriving to ask if a big rig, pull through site might be available. We were assured there was. On arriving there was a little difficulty finding the park (signage and cell phone direction mix up) and the folks came out to the street to make sure we did not miss the turn second time around. Our pull through was 80 ft. long, paved, and easy in easy out. Good free Wi-Fi, free cable TV, 50 amp, and easy access to I-5. We would stay here again.