Beautiful park like setting around a lake complete with ducks, geese, and frogs. Pads are level, cement, and separated by hedges between sites. Our back in site was 80' long with utilities well placed. Roads seemed a little narrow but manageable. Owners and staff were very nice and helpful. Cable was available but we used our satellite. Only negative is the WiFi that was limited to 60 consecutive minutes per day. We were located at the back of the park and never able to access it. We were told at check in that 24/7 service could be purchased through Tengointernet; however I had a hotspot we could use in lieu of spending more money. We loved this park and would enjoy coming again
Don't expect a welcome or even a smile from the staff. That said, it is a large clean park with adequate utilities. We did not use the cable, but the WiFi was fine. Our site was in what I would call the middle level. We heard some air traffic from PDX but it wasn't annoying. The lowest level is right by the railroad track, but we did not hear any of that. Each site has grass and a picnic table. Our rate includes a Good Sam discount. We would stay here again.
Beautifully maintained park and golf course. Large dog area near the premium sites. We had a pull thru in area B with a grassy area between us and the pads on either side, and plenty of room to park our vehicle. We used our satellite as they were changing to digital service and experiencing some sort of issue. WiFi worked on my iPad but computer would not pick it up. Hook ups were more than adequate. The owners were friendly and gave us suggestions on sites to see and the best route to reach our next destination. We would love to come again and stay longer than the 3 nights we were here.
This park shows pride of ownership. Roads and pads are level, gravel and work well for big rigs. Site had a picnic table and grass. Electric was 30 amp and water pressure was good. Dog friendly park. Cable (via a box for digital) was offered but we used our satellite. Wi-Fi worked well. Our AT&T worked fine. Park is located off 101 so there is some road noise, which lessens in the evening. We would stay here again.
Check in was "all business" and not much of a welcome. We had a pull thru site with adequately located hookups. Cable and wifi were included in the rate. Our AT&T worked well here. View of the bridge was awesome and being able to walk to the harbor a treat. Aquarium was nearby. We would enjoy staying here again.
We stopped for one night on our trip north. This park is about a mile off Hwy 101 down a fairly steep incline. The lady who checked us in was very friendly. The RV section is located on a lower level than the mobile home village. There are nice trees in the pull thru sites. Electric is only 30A but the daytime high was only 80, so that was no problem as we didn't use the a/c. There is a pool and restrooms by the RV section, and a laundry located by the front office. There is no cable or WiFi, but my AT&T hotspot worked fine here. Our rate includes a Good Sam discount. We would stay here again.
What a delightful park! It is primarily a 55+ well maintained Mobile Home Community. The MH sites are landscaped with lots of hanging baskets, flowers and shrubs. Our site was nice and shady with driveway space for our dually, a gravel pad for our 38' 5th wheel, and a concrete patio. There was no WIFI or cable TV but we could pick up local stations with the antenna and our AT&T hotspot worked fine. We paid $17.50 for each of the first two nights (Passport America) and the regular $35 rate for the third night. We would happily stay here again.
This is a no frills park in a good location of Eureka. It is clean and well maintained. Office hours seem to be sketchy but when we arrived we were checked in quickly and efficiently. The sites are a little tight, as are the access roads, but manageable. The sewer connection was at the back, so be sure and have a minimum 30' sewer hose. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. We would stay here again.
Nice shady oasis off Hwy 101. The owner met us as we pulled into the park and walked us to site #25. It is nice and long with plenty of room for our 38' 5th wheel and extra long dually. It had a picnic table, BBQ, and nice grass. What dog wouldn't love a dog park with several fire hydrants? The park shows owner pride, and both cable and Wi-Fi worked well. We would most definitely stay here again if in the area.
A cement jungle, but that is typical Las Vegas, I think. Sites are cement with a picnic table. Water pressure was good, as was their Wi-Fi. The laundry was clean, as were the restrooms. Dog friendly doesn't quite describe this park, as the dog walk was a small triangle that had some sort of kitty liter type material in it. Your pet was not allowed to "go" anywhere other than that space. Try telling that to your dog! There is a GREAT pet park at the end of Flamingo and past the county services area. Las Vegas RV Resort is in a rather rough area but they have a guard gate so security was never an issue. Sam's Town is close for a good meal or movie. We would consider staying here again.
I think we must have arrived when the owners were a little grumpy. The park is clean, site was long enough for our 38' RV and dually pickup, has good water, a clean laundry, and a small pet park. The park offered cable TV and Wi-Fi. We parked on red lava gravel, which is hard to walk on and our dog hated. Our site (#20) had a half picnic table. Our biggest complaint was the electrical system, as on hot afternoons our surge protector kicked off on low voltage. I talked to the owner, but he said the system wasn't designed for larger RVs and there was nothing he could do. It made for 4 miserable afternoons. The rate is based on a week with a Good Sam discount. Rather pricey but we would consider staying there again.
This is obviously one of the newer parks in Hawthorne. It has cement parking pads and good cable TV. The Wi-Fi worked well until evening when it must have became busy. There is a picnic table at every site, a tree (small since park is new, but it will be nice and shady in a couple of years), good water pressure, and 50 amp hookups. The rate is based on a Good Sam discount. The only reason I wouldn't give it a 10 is because there is no pet walk designated and they aren't allowed on the grass. We would definitely stay here again.
Juniper Ridge is located in the white mountains about 10 miles from Show Low. Sitting at 6100 ft, it is a cool place to be in the summer. The majority of the sites are park models. The site we stayed in has a small cement patio with the remainder covered in red lava rock. Hook ups are 30/50 amp. Our AT&T service did not work here and Wi-Fi cost is $5.95/day or $15.95/wk. There are many activities and amenities for those staying in the park. Beautiful green grass park like settings and water features are scattered throughout the resort. The only negative regarding our stay here has been the wind, but we understand that won't last much longer. We would stay here again.
This is our second stay at this park. You can't find one any cleaner and well maintained. The park is small but the 15 sites are all pull thru with plenty of room to park a vehicle beside your RV. Each site has a picnic table and mailbox and most have some shade. The mountain views are a bonus. The Wi-Fi works well, however this time our AT&T phone service was spotty, which isn't unusual in the mountains. The owners take pride in their park and are friendly and accommodating to their guests. We will definitely stay here when in the area. Rate includes 50 amp hookup.
Nothing special about this park. We called to reserve a pull through and were quoted a much lower rate. Upon arrival, we were told the rate would be $35 (including a Good Sams discount). They also charge extra for using a credit card, so I paid in cash. I'm not sure if rate was higher because we preferred 50 amp, but that's quite a difference for a single night stay. The "pull through" site was a parallel parking space along the main road which was noisy and dusty. There was no assistance in parking and no friendly welcome. Only reason to stay here again is location.
Really nice park, well maintained and cared for. There has been a change in ownership, but the new owners are friendly and do a good job continuing what has always been a great place to stay. The Wi-Fi and cable work great, and there were plenty of activities within the park that allow campers to get acquainted with each other. The area is ripe for great adventure - river rafting, hiking, fishing, ATV or Jeep rides, enjoying the hot springs, or just exploring the area. Nearby is St. Elmo, Cottonwood Pass, Independence Pass, and Leadville. The 14ers are majestic - you can't go wrong with a view like that. We keep this park on our A List!!
Love this quiet park located in downtown Cortez. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms, shower facilities and laundry are spotless. They close the laundry each day from 12-2 p.m. for cleaning and it shows! Roads are paved and sites graveled and level. We had a pull through for our 39' 5th wheel and pickup, and there was still plenty of room to park another vehicle in our site. Very spacious. WI-FI and cable are excellent. Dog area comes complete with a fire hydrant! We are here for a week and will definitely stay here again when in the area.
We spent one night here on our way to SW Colorado. Check-in was quick and efficient. We were escorted to our site by host, who helped us park the rig for best access. We were in a premium site, which had a tree and grass. We were unable to park our pickup with our 39' fifth wheel, but there was additional parking nearby. The park is very nice and clean. Roads were paved and spaces were level and graveled. The gift shop appeared to be well stocked and they offered breakfast, which we did not take advantage of. Cable and WI-FI were excellent. Our AT&T phones received a strong signal. We would stay here again.
This is a small RV park located just outside the city of Roswell. It is as clean as a whistle and the owner is friendly and helpful. Pride of ownership definitely shows. We have a 39' 5th wheel and stayed in a pull through with room enough to park our dually. Although it is located next to a highway, we did not notice traffic as being an issue. We would be pleased to stay in this park again.
We stayed overnight in this park and found out we could manage with a 30 amp connection since 50 amp was not available. Good lesson for us. Site was a gravel pull through with full hook ups. Cable was available but we picked up stations well enough not to need it. Our AT&T phones and air card worked well enough. My only complaint would be the need for a good dog walk area, as everything was gravel or pavement. Would consider staying here again.
Located about 15 miles from Santa Fe along Hwy 285/84, this is a no frills park with full hook up. Sites are gravel, no trees, no grass but plenty of goat heads. We found it hard to walk our dog. We were unable to pick up any of the major Santa Fe television channels and Wi-Fi was sporadic at best. Our AT&T phones and air card did not work here. There were no restrooms or showers at this park. On the positive side, there are several casino's in the area and the young man who checked us in was friendly and efficient. Good enough for a one night stay, which we would do again.
Located in one of the oldest areas of Corpus Christi is an older but nice large park. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Our site was a concrete pull through, long enough for our 38’ 5th wheel, large pickup, and small car. Although the sites were somewhat close, they were staggered so there wasn't a feel of crowding. There was a concrete patio pad for the steps and a picnic table at each site. There is a store with some RV supplies and snacks, a pool, laundry, and a club house with workout room. There wasn't much planned activity. The park had good cable TV (with local service) and Wi-Fi. Our AT&T cell phones and air card worked well. Rate for the month was $400 + electricity. We felt safe in the park and wouldn’t rule out staying here again.
Johnson Creek RV Resort is located in a Pecan grove located along Hwy 27 between Mountain Home and Ingram. We arrived at the peak of fall color and had a beautiful view of the hills surrounding the area. Deer and wild turkey roamed the grounds around the pecan trees. We had a concrete pull through for our 38’ 5th wheel, which was long enough to include both our pickup and Honda Fit. The park fee included Cable TV (11 channels) and Wi-Fi. Our AT&T cell phones and air card worked well in the park. There is a large clubhouse that has a feel of home about it, a lovely pool, covered patio, and gazebo overlooking Johnson Creek. The laundry is adequate and there were restrooms and showers available. Sunday church services are held at a small chapel located on the grounds. There is a play ground area for children. For larger groups, Western Town has a cantina and large dining area. There were several rally’s held during the time we stayed at Johnson Creek, but most used the clubhouse for their activities. Family members came for Thanksgiving and stayed in the apartments, which were well appointed. One complaint would be that activities for “Winter Texans” really don’t start until January even though the park was half filled with them. To be fair though, gatherings were held for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Eve. Although the park was beautiful and the facilities exceptional, there seemed to be a host of organizational issues and frankly the female owner was rather standoffish. We stayed two months and would stay here again.
50+ extremely well maintained park in a peaceful surrounding located off Hwy 70 between Glencoe and San Patricio. It's about 15 miles to Ruidoso Downs & Walmart. The owners take real pride in their park and are tops when it comes to hospitality. There are 15 very large pull-through sites (30' & 40'), two with park models. It's great for big rigs as access roads and sites are level and graveled, which makes parking easy. There is a large grassed area great for walking dogs. A creek at the back of the property has benches and is a great place to sit and relax or visit with other tenants. We really like this park and will definitely stay here again.
Monte Bello is a gated high desert RV park located on Hwy 64 about half-way between Taos & the Rio Grande Gorge. We liked that the CG is out of town and all the congestion that entails. We had called a week prior to book a site but when we arrived they had no record of it. However, the owners are very accommodating and found a site for us, even giving us a discount for our trouble. She also gave us maps and told us all about the Taos area. Each RV site is a gravel pull through with a picnic table. In the middle of the park is a pavilion with a BBQ pit. There is a swing set for the kids, a one-mile walking trail, and exceptionally clean restrooms and laundry. The convenience store is well stocked. AT&T cell service and AT&T air card worked well here. We would certainly stay here again when in the area.
Mountaindale is 2 miles off Hwy 115 about half way between Colorado Springs and Canon City. Spaces are LARGE, level, and nicely graveled with plenty of room for parking. Each site has a picnic table and 50 amp hookup. Throughout the park sites are nicely terraced and pretty flower beds are welcoming. There is a small store for necessities, hot tub, playground, restrooms with showers, laundry, and a dog walk on site. Excellent Wi-Fi in the park. Only minor negatives: TV reception is non-existent without a satellite receiver and there was no AT&T phone service. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.
East access off Hwy 54 about 1 mile SW of Guymon. Gravel pull though sites with 30/50 amp hookups. It looked like the park was full of workers. Because it was near the highway and railroad track, we heard traffic from those. It was listed as a Good Sam park but when we asked about the discount they said that was not an option. Okay for a weekend but nothing special.