Rate is for a 50 amp full hookup pull-through site with an Escapees discount. Roads, sites, in fact the entire park is gravel. Sites are wide, electric and water pressure is excellent. No trees so good for satellites and has a strong Verizon signal. Free Wi-Fi was acceptable but not great. They have paved additional areas of the large parking area away from the RV park, and there was no truck noise overnight as trucks parked there. Holts has separate RV pumps for gas and diesel, a dump station and propane in addition to the RV park. With the discount, it is a great value and we would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site. Roads and pads are gravel. Pads wide as well as quite long and have structures beside them, some with shade and some without (ours didn't). Power and water pressure were good. Excellent Verizon and satellite reception. Note that the office is closed on Sunday. If you arrive on Saturday night or Sunday, you have to boondock until the Monday. This is an excellent value for an Escapee Park and we would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a FHU 30 amp pull thru site. Soaking in the hot springs was included in the price. Water pressure and power were on the low side. Not all the power pedestals work, but they are quick to point out which sites do work. This is a place you come to for the hot springs, not the RV spaces. The springs are great with three each separate private buildings and with different temperature. We would certainly stay here again if in the area because of the hot springs.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site with GS discount. If you were to remove the RV's, pedestals, and few scattered trees, this would be a large gravel field. The sites are very close together and you pull in the opposite direction as your neighbor, sharing the same pedestal. Power was on the low side, and water pressure could have been better, even though there were a number of empty sites. There are many permanent workers here and they park wherever they want and pay no attention to the speed limit. We would not stay here again if in the area. We saw a much nicer (and as it turned out, higher rated) park just to the east of this park when leaving, and would stay there next time.
Rate is for a 50 amp full hookup pull-through site with a Good Sam discount. Roads and pads are gravel, our pad was dead level and others looked similar. The back-in sites are shorter and many are under tall trees. The pull-through sites are open for good satellite reception. Park has cable, picture was very clear. The free Wi-Fi signal was strong and dependable. Good power and the water was awesome. We usually drink bottled water but the water here was the best we have had in months. We stayed for two nights and would definitely stop here again if passing through the area.
Rate is for a 50 amp full hookup pull-through site with a Good Sam discount. Front entrance is asphalt, rear of park is gravel roads and pads. Good power and water with pedestals in the middle of the site. There is a mix of back-in and pull-through sites with a grass area and table between sites. Excellent Verizon coverage, free park Wi-Fi was TengoInternet and while they have three antennas in the park, it was still spotty in quality. Some distance to the beaches and south of town, but a nice quiet place to stay. We would probably stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a 30 amp full hookup back-in site. Road and sites are asphalt, road is a little tight, most sites angle off the road, a few are perpendicular. Have good cable and are going to be installing Wi-Fi. Sites tend to be short but there is a large separate parking area for vehicles, boats, etc. A high bluff with trees is on the back (south) side so no satellite. Good Verizon coverage. This is one of two Windy Cove RV parks, it is on the one closer to town, and it only has a few reservable sites. The other Windy Cove Park - B - has mostly reservable sites. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site with GS discount. Interesting layout to the park. The sites are fairly narrow with pine trees on each side, but the roadways are very, very wide so that RV's of any length have no problem and never need to unhook if just staying for an overnight. Strong Verizon signals and excellent satellite reception as the placement of the pine trees offer no interference. For the money this is a great place to spend a night while traveling across I-40. We would certainly stay here again if in the area and needing to stop for the night.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru gravel site with PA discount. Sites are off to the side of an old Rt 66 motel. To get to them the lady in the office lead us back through a hole in the old motel, on a street, and finally into the RV site area. Sounds much worse than it actually was, in fact, it was fun as we didn't know where she was leading us. Good power, water pressure, and very quiet. If what you are looking for is a place to overnight without any bells and whistles, and the prices they command, this is the place. We would definitely stay here again if in the area, and we will return, because Tucumcari is a very interesting town that we didn't have time to explore this trip.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site under tall pine trees. No satellite because of the trees and no cable, but good Verizon signals. This is an older park with sites that vary in size and accessibility. Ours was a reasonably long pull thru but the RV next to us barely fit on its site and their RV was shorter than ours. What this park has going for it is value for the money compared to other nearby parks. Because of that we would stay here again.
Rate is for a FHU 50 amp pull-through site with GS discount. Roads and sites paved, the concrete pad was long and level. The park is open so had excellent satellite reception. Park Wi-Fi signal was excellent. This a large park located near I-40. The access to and from the freeway is easy. We picked this park due to its proximity to Cadillac Ranch, so we only stayed for one night but it is perfect location for that.
Twenty/30 amp electric only back-in sites in a large paved area marked with painted lines next to a city street. Payment is by donation, with a three day limit. There is a dump station and fresh water fill available. This no frills park is a great option if you want to stay in Borger rather than out at Lake Meredith if visiting the Borger/Phillips area. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a back-in water and electric only site, roads and site were paved. Site was level. Very steep entrance road down into the canyon, but once in the canyon it is an experience that is awe inspiring. It is so quiet at night, but our night wildlife cam proved we weren't alone. Wonderful hikes abound, make sure to hike to the Lighthouse if you are able, and also fit. This is an example of what State Parks should be. We would definitely stay here again, especially in the off season when there are fewer people.
Rate is for a 50 amp full hook up pull thru site. Gravel roads and pads. Some distance out of town and the owner comes around in the evening to collect your money. Train tracks nearby so some noise, but not excessive. We would stay here again if in the area.
We had a 50 amp pull thru site that faced the river and was open enough that we had satellite reception. Other sites had varying degrees of shade. As others have stated, the police come around in the evening a collect payment. Easy walk to the downtown area and to the magnificent catholic church across the river. The park really is a hidden gem, and we will definitely stay here again when passing through the area.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull-through site. This a small park, all open, no trees, some permanents in the back-in sites at the back area of the park, but their sites are orderly. Self check-in with drop box payment payment. The restrooms were clean and while there is a state hwy nearby, there was no traffic noise. One of those, glad it was there places when you are looking for a nice overnight stop in the middle of nowhere.
Rate is for a FHU back-in site. The other reviews are right on about this place. The site we had was a 50 amp site but had to use 30 amp because the 50 amp outlet didn't work. It rained while we were here and there was mud everywhere as the gravel has all but disappeared. Location of the pull through sites is such that we didn't even attempt to pull into them. Very seldom have we ever been to an RV park where we would never stay again, but is one of them.
Rate is for a 50 amp water/electric pull thru site. Payment is by donation at a drop box. Roads paved and pads are concrete with trees, but open enough for satellite reception. Located at the small county airport, but the only noise, which was minimal, was from the the nearby highway. There is a Walmart across the highway for shopping, and that park is a short distance from town. We were so pleasantly surprised by the park and town that we ended up staying an extra night.
Rate was for a 50 amp full pull through back-in site with PA discount. Strong park Wi-Fi signal. This park seems to have two sections, an older, tighter "campground" type area, and another section with wider back-in spaces that are in the open. Nice location on the river, with a handy paved trail along the river bank that is great for walking. It is certainly not a resort in the truest sense, but it is a way to be out in the country while still being in the city. We stayed for three nights while visiting the area and would stay again.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site with GS discount. Close to freeway and behind a former RV dealership, the roads and sites are gravel, but are level. Good Verizon signal. Close to I-40 so some traffic noise, but not excessive. Van Buren has some interesting history and we ended up staying two nights instead of just one.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU back-in site with PA discount. How can a RV park that is essentially an open parking area with hookups have such high ratings, the answer is location, location, location. This is one of those hidden gems, an RV park within easy walking distance of a major city's downtown area. Sure it is just a big open lot that the sun bakes, but we were here to visit downtown Little Rock, not sit outside the RV. We were only here for a couple of nights this time, but we will definitely be back.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull-through site near the back of the park so no road noise. This is not one of those wide open, lines of pull-through sites type of RV parks. It is more like a campground that has been built to accommodate larger rigs but still give you a feeling of camping. Lots of pine trees, friendly atmosphere, we used it for an overnight and would certainly stop here again if in the area.
Rate is for a back-in 50 FHU site. Three areas in the park, two are open, one is in the trees. Some sites are fairly level, but most require varying degrees of leveling. I agree with others about the park going downhill in the last few years, but then with the economy, many of the parks we stay at show some signs of neglect or corner cutting.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull-thru site with PA discount. Roads and pads are gravel. Long drive back to the RV sites from the highway on gravel. No shade, but that means excellent satellite reception. The restrooms were in nice condition and overall it was an excellent value for the money at the PA rate.
One of the nicer Texas State Parks we have stayed at. We were in the pull thru section, our site was spacious, though the "curve" of the pull thru was a little tight. Other sites had much longer and flatter curves to their pull thru. There were a couple of trees at the site that gave some shade but didn't interfere with satellite reception. Easy walk to Espiritu Mission, and a short drive to the other sites in Goliad. We would stay here again.
Rate is for a 50 Amp FHU pull-thru site. Roads and pads either paved or gravel depending on the area of the park. Some pull-thru's are nose to tail double stacked, others are narrow sites with the utilities in an odd location. It is next to a Pilot Truck stop and depending where you are, the noise from the trucks idling at night can be very disconcerting. The owner assigned us a site that was satellite friendly, but the work camper that checked us in changed it to one he said we would have no problem getting a signal. He was wrong and we ended up moving to the site the owner had originally assigned. We also observed that one of the permanents appears to be a single woman who has two pit bulls and she can barely control them when she walks them.
Rate is for a 50 amp full pull-thru site with Good Sam discount. Paved roads and gravel sites with a couple of trees for shade, but only if the sun is in the right place. Quite a few rules, but noted the "permanent" RVs didn't seem to pay much attention to them. Higher priced than others in the area and not sure it was worth it. We would likely try another park if visiting the area again.
Rate was for a 50 full pull-thru site. Sites are spacious and can actually accommodate very long rigs as the space between the various rows in the park are quite wide. The roads and sites are not paved, so there is going to be dust and dirt. Restrooms were very clean and check-in was very efficient, the pride of the owners being readily apparent. Glad we read the recent reviews and decided to stay here. We would certainly stay again if passing through the area and needing an overnight stop.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric and water pull thru site. Dump station available in the park. Sites vary in size, have desert landscaping and a shade structure over a picnic table. Roads and sites are gravel and dirt. Motorhomes that don't want to get dust all over their toad should unhitch before entering or exiting the park. The park is close to Palomas, Mexico where there are dentists and opticians, as well as the famous Pink Store which is a must visit. We have stayed here several times and will again in the future.
Rate is for a pull thru 30 amp full hook-ups site. The "RV park" is nothing more than a blacktop area with small narrow sites marked by painted lines that share an electrical hookup, but have separate water and sewer. The 50 amp outlet was taken by the RV beside us so we got the 30 amp outlet. Generally, casinos try to have at least a half way descent RV park, but not here. It didn't help that the electric went out while we were here. There is a backup generator, but it is apparently only for the convenience store that also serves as the RV park office.
Rate is for a FHU 50 amp back-in site on gravel with a PA discount. This is a large RV Park with many back-in sites for snowbirds. The PA sites are out front near a very busy highway with constant road noise. Other than the fact we were visiting friends, we would have stayed somewhere else.
Rate is for 50 Amp FHU back-in site. Yes, there are flower baskets all over the park. Yes, the roads and pads are paved. Yes, the the facilities are very nice and there is a shuttle to the casino. Still, looking at the ratings of this park it seems to have a touch of the emperor has no clothes syndrome. At check-in we stood around for over ten minutes while the two people at the desk fielded phone calls instead of checking us, and one was even arguing with whoever was on the other end of the line, so much for fantastic service. Next the 50 amp plug at our site did not work. Then the electric to the area of the park we were in went out, not once, not twice, but three times while we were there. Top it off with two barking dogs across the street, and well, you get the picture. Not to say our experience was what everyone else has, but the claim of one of the best parks in the country, no way.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull-thru site. Elks members only. Sites are level and are gravel facing out from the top of a low mesa. The lodge is located in a residential area some distance from the I-40 freeway so it is quiet. However, as other have mentioned, the wind does blow and in the summer is definitely hot. This is another of those hidden Elks Club gems that we would definitely stay at if again passing through the area.
Rate is for a 30 amp water and electric pull-thru site with PA discount. There are two areas to this park. One is an older section with narrow back-in sites with sewer, and another small section in the rear with no sewer, but they are pull-thru sites. Dirt/rock/sand for everything. Large trees in the old section. Small trees and good satellite reception in the rear section. This makes for a good overnight or several night stopping stop. The PA rate makes it an excellent value for the money and we would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a 50 amp water and electric only back-in site behind the Elks Lodge. Marked spots at the rear of the lodge parking lot with hookups at the back of the site. Has dump station. Available only to members of the Elks. Lodge is open daily and has dinners on various days, but you must sign up for them. While it is some distance off the 99, we would stay here again if in the area.
Rate shown based on weekly rate of $130 for a FHU back-in site. Minimum stay at this park is one week. A converted mobile home park with paved streets. The pads are fine gravel where the RV is parked with a concrete patio and a asphalt parking area for your vehicle. Some shade. Near the freeway and a busy street, but traffic noise is not irritating. The manager will assist you backing into you site and he is very specific in exactly how he wants you to park. Many long term and seasonal residents, including a number of old mobile homes, but everyone is very friendly. Some distance from downtown Sacramento, but a nice place to stay for longer visits to the area.
Free stay at the coach care center when having work done. Sites are back-in with 50/30 amp and water. Sites are on a slope towards the front and may require boards under the front wheels to achieve level depending on the site. Restroom and waiting area inside service center is open during service hours, 7 to 5. No dump station. When paying our bill for service we were told we could stay in an open site if passing through the area in the future. We observed several RV's stopping overnight with no service during our stay.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU, back-in site. Roads and pads are concrete, several sites in the pull-through area are badly cracked, but the back-in sites are in good condition. If you come here thinking it is a resort you will be disappointed, but if you are looking for a an RV park in an area where there are many facilities to service, repair, or remodel your RV, this is an excellent place to stay, which was what we used it for. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU, back-in site. Roads and pads are are concrete in excellent condition, and most sites are pull-through. Sites are not large, but there is enough room to extend your slides and awning. Grass between most sites, and ones not grass have gravel between them. Commenting on a recent review that called this park "a shabby old park," that person must have stayed at one of the two other parks in the area and erroneously posted their review to this park, as it is anything but what they said. Nice laundry and shower facilities, and the pool is indoors for year around use. In season you can pick wild blackberries along their entrance road. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for 50 amp, FHU pull-through site with PA half price discount. Pads and roads are gravel, with the pad having a side space at the rear to park your tow or toad. Longer term sites are at the rear of the park. The front has some road noise if you are outside, but wasn't noticeable inside. They have very clean facilities, including a meeting room for rally groups. As others have noted, the entrance is somewhat narrow and requires a wide swing. Speed limit is 5 mph in the park and there are gravel speed bumps. They have BYOB cookouts during the year and we enjoyed the Labor Day cookout which featured awesome pork ribs. This is a great park with excellent value for the money. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for a water and 50 amp electric, pull-through site. When having work done at their shop next door, the stay is free. Have both back-in and pull-through sites with a dump station. The really nice thing is that for a repair facility they have grass between the sites and and all roads and pads are paved, and no trees for good satellite reception. Be prepared for road and train noise.
Rate is for FHU 50 amp pull-through site. Gravel pad, grass between sites. Sites face into a circle and were long enough that there was no need to unhook. It's older, it has some permanents, it's near I-5 and traffic noise and it doesn't have any pool or other amenities. Park Wi-Fi worked fine and good Verizon cell phone signal. It is a good value for the money if you are just looking for a place to stay for a night or two.
Free boon dock area on the east side of Quartzsite. Exit on the east side of town, go south to the stop sign, turn left and follow the road back around to where it parallels I-10. Great place to overnight when traveling through the area or for longer stays during the winter season (14 day limit). No facilities available, but you get what you pay for. Only negative is I-10 truck noise if you stay near the front.
This is our favorite California Arizona BLM LTVA, a get away from it place between Yuma and Quartzsite. The topography here is different from the other LTVA's in the area as it is bisected with deeper washes, gullies and in some places, something akin to canyons. It has a large dump station and fresh water station, plus filtered water, propane and a post office are nearby. It is a "find a spot and park" place where you can be with others or off by yourself as you choose. We enjoyed the semi-organized hikes that take place, though you can be a loner if you want and hike to some great back country areas. Many people seem to come year after year, yet newcomers are readily accepted. This is a great place to spend a few days, weeks or months during the winter. 2012 cost was $40 for a two week permit.
Stayed at both the La Posa North and La Posa South LTVA's. This is desert boondocking in a gravel desert area. The north LTVA is close to the vendor area, while the south LTVA has the water and dump stations. The number of RV's here during the show weeks in late January is awesome, making it one of those, you have to do it at least once in your RV life type of happenings. The areas are so huge you can park in a crowd or go out to where you are pretty much by yourself as there are no defined sites, you just park wherever you want. Just be forewarned that there will be wind and there will be dust.
Rate is the Passport America rate for 50 amp full hookup back-in site in the transient area. Very large park with activities, however the transient section is far from the areas where the activities are held, plus it is near a very, very busy highway with much noise. The long term sites are further from the highway and closer to the activities, making it better suited for longer stay snowbirds than short term transients. The PA rate makes it a reasonable bargain and is the only reason we would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric and water pull thru site. Dump station available in the park. Sites are large with desert landscaping so they are open, but have a shade structure over the table which is on a concrete pad. Roads and sites are gravel and dirt. Motorhomes may want to disconnect their toad before entering or exiting as they will get dusty if left hitched up. Close to Palomas, Mexico where there are dentists, opticians, and a pharmacy, as well as the famous Pink Store which is a must stop. We have stayed here several times and will again in the future.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp FHU pull through site. All surfaces, the roads, sites and areas between seem to be composed of the the natural ground surface. Being as to where it is in West Texas, grass is not something to be found. Escort to site. Excellent satellite reception with not a tree in the area. Good Verizon cell and 3G. Park WiFi was very fast and reliable for our overnight stay when the park was full. On the far west side of Fort Stockton, so if coming from the east, get fuel before arriving, or you will be heading back into town when you leave to fuel up. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is SKP daily rate for a 50 amp full hookup, back-in site, electric extra. (which has been added to the base daily rate for this review) Paved roads and pads, all sites are back-in with escort to site. Very few trees, so excellent satellite reception. Good Verizon cell and 3G signals. Numerous activities and very friendly people as is typical at all Escapee parks. Mobile RV tech located in the park if you need service on your rig. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site with PA discount. Roads concrete, sites gravel. Some trees which may interfere with satellite reception depending on the site. Good Verizon cell and 3G reception. This was once a mobile park, and the office is at the very back of the park and is reached via an old concrete park road that isn't bad if you go slow. Walking path along the river was a nice break from the usual need to walk park roads to get some exercise. The biggest problem and the reason for the rating is that the access to the pull thru sites is lined with railroad ties and very large rigs may have a problem with that. It is park we would definitely return to should we be in the area.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU back-in site and includes our cost for the metered electric. Roads paved, sites gravel with grass. Home park for the Escapees, has many activities. Good Verizon cell and 3G reception. Some areas have trees that may interfere with satellite reception. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for a FHU 50 amp back-in site with metered electric (have added our electric cost into the the rate) based on Escapee discount. Roads paved, sites, all of which are back-in, are on sandy grass with trees at most sites, and can accommodate the largest rigs. Good satellite reception even with the trees as sites are open to the north and south. Verizon cell reception was so so as we experienced several dropped calls, yet smartphone internet searches were very fast and reliable. Typical Escapees friendliness and scheduled activities. It's a little out of the way, but we would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp back-in site with Escapees discount. Everything is gravel, the sites are fairly tight, but then there is Betty and the nightly get together, and suddenly the physical limitations of the park don't really matter. If you look for all the amenities in a park, or are not a socializes it probably isn't for you, but if you want the unique experience of Betty's Louisiana hospitality, you'll enjoy it. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull thru site with PA discount. Roads and pads were paved, but as mentioned in other reviews, watch out for the speed bumps. Grass areas between wide open sites. Good satellite and Verizon cell and 3G reception. Away from the Interstate so it is quiet, yet there is an abundance of great shopping nearby making it a great place to either do a little R&R, or get your shopping fix. Yes there are mobile homes in the park which is slowly being converted into an RV park, but all are in good condition, with the area around each clean and well maintained. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for a 50 amp water back-in site with senior pass discount. Roads and pads paved, but length of many of the sites limits the number suitable for big rigs. Best to check the campground website and satellite view if you have never been there before. Good Verizon 3G and cell reception. We would stay here again.
Rate is for a FHU 50 amp pull-through site based on the weekly rate. Gravel roads with the sites having grass between them. Sites are adequate enough that one does not have to unhitch, and there are no trees to interfere with satellite reception. Verizon cell was somewhat spotty, but 3G was good. Wi-Fi requires parking near the office. Not much to do at this park, and bathrooms are some distance from RV sites. This is good overnight park, that served us well during our week of visiting the many sights and attractions in the area. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp FHU pull through site with GS discount. Paved entrance road is well marked with signs as to where to turn from the highway. Older section has trees, newer is more open. Pull through sites are assigned by length of RV: ours was long enough we did not need to unhook toad. Restrooms were modern, though there are only curtains in the shower area rather than doors. Excellent Verizon cell and 3G reception, park Wi-Fi is very fast. This is great park to relax at after a hard days travel on the Interstates, and I have to echo the other reviews regarding how accommodating the owners of the park are. We will definitely stay here again if traveling through the area.
Rate is daily rate for a 50 amp FHU pull through site with no discount. The only discount is a $2 discount for residents of the county, current rates can be seen at the park's website. A long drive from the main highway results in a get away from it all park. Paved roads, gravel sites, not all of which are level. Our utilities were on the correct side, but we saw other with them on the wrong side, as well sites that were very non-level. Also the shooting range does provide some daily background noise. On the plus side, the water is the best we have ever tasted and we were told it was spring water. The noise from the shooting range reminded us of the horrible battles that took place nearby during the Civil War. It was close to the area attractions and the price was comparable to other parks in the area. We could get satellite reception and we noted many others doing the same. Verizon cell and 3G were also excellent. On balance, we would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for FHU 50 amp back-in site with GS discount. Three check-in lanes, multiple people in the office, coded security gate. Paved roads, gravel pads with grass between sites. They try to assign you to a site that will accommodate the size of rig you have, but being as full as they are, it may not always be possible. We did have plenty of room for our coach and toad in our site. Good satellite reception. Verizon cell and 3G coverage excellent. The bus stop inside park is worth its weight in gold. Even though it is pricy, it is still a good value for the money. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU back-in site with a combination of PA and GS discounts for a week stay. Roads are combination of paved and gravel, sites gravel. This is a park in a destination locality, so park is large and seems to have grown randomly, so there is a wonderful mix of different types of sites. There are even a section for horse trailers with corrals nearby. Satellite reception depends on you location in park, excellent Verizon cell and 3G. Park has Wi-Fi, but appears to be undersized for the users, as speeds are slow to very slow. Park has many activities, including horse tours of the National Park. A very convenient location for spending time in Gettysburg as it is very close the Battlefield Visitor Center. Good value of the money with the discounts, and we would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU back-in site, no discounts. Roads and sites paved, no restroom or shower facilities so self contained RV's only. Great view to the front of the river, so 5th wheels back in, and if you have long enough hoses and power cord you can pull in with a motorhome. Some of the water front sites are sloped quite a bit towards the water and require a good deal of leveling. Sites have grill and fire ring, An added plus is the small shelter over picnic table, which unfortunately partially blocks the river view from inside your RV. Great for sitting out in the afternoon or evening, just be prepared for the wind blowing down the river. A great park for staying in while exploring the area, and we would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for 30 amp electric and water pull through site with combination of CC/USA and GS discounts. Our site was technically a pull through, but there were so many large tree roots above the ground in front of our RV we elected to back out of the site. Roads gravel, pads are grass, grass between sites which have table and fire ring. Sites are fairly level, but ground is uneven. Large trees provide some shade but are open enough to allow satellite reception at many of the sites. Dump station inside of park was situated such that if more than one person was using it, the exit from the park was blocked. Excellent Verizon cell and 3G reception. Located just north of Iron Mountain, but near train tracks. We were there for six nights and heard only one train go by during that time. We would stay here again if in area.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU pull through site. Roads and sites are gravel with large untrimmed trees between sites. Most sites are not level and the ones that are level appear to have permanents or seasonals on them. We seldom comment on the office staff, but this was one of those places where they didn't know what they were doing. The park was mostly empty and the site they assigned us had untrimmed trees blocking the front so that we had to back out of our pull through site. Satellite reception spotty because of the trees, which really didn't shade the site, though Verizon cell and 3G coverage was excellent. The main thing this park has going for it is its close proximity to the Interstate. Of course the constant noise from the Interstate is also one of its biggest negatives. We would look elsewhere for an RV park if in the area again.
Rate is for 30 amp FHU back-in site. Roads are gravel, sites gravel or grass, in a heavy woods, with escort to site. No satellite reception, though Verizon cell and 3G were excellent. Campground is almost all seasonal campers. This is not a four star resort by any means, but it was more than adequate to serve as a home base while visiting in the area. The drag strip, Quaker City Raceway, that an earlier review commented on was here some 50 years ago when I lived in the area as a teenager, so it isn't likely going away anytime soon. We stayed during a time of heavy rains and they parked us on an older site with well packed gravel. The RV next to us sunk into the mud through the thin layer of new gravel on their site. We could stay here again if in the area, as long as we could get the same site.
This facility is now Elkhart Service and Collision, but they allow the traveling public to stay for a reasonable fee, and those getting their RV repaired stay at no charge. Rate is based on weekly rate for 50 amp FHU site. Roads and sites are gravel but of decent size. Area is wide open so excellent satellite coverage. Verizon cell and 3G also excellent. Park is tucked back behind the former Hart RV Center, with Elkhart Service and Collision occupying the former Hart City service area. Some train noise, and also constant traffic from an RV trailer delivery service nearby, but not enough to be bothersome. A very nice alternative to the RV park on the north side of town if you don't need a full service campground. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for 30 amp electric only back-in site in the East campground. Roads paved, sites gravel, open, but of decent size. The West campground has paved pull through sites. This is one of those get away from it all locations, so no cell service or Internet. We were fortunate, or maybe unfortunate, that our site was one of the very few in this entire park where our satellite dishes were able to connect. Very busy park before Labor Day, but afterwards it was nearly empty. We would stay here again.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU back-in site, no discounts. RV park is a row of back-in sites at the edge of one side of the asphalt casino parking lot. Sites are fairly level, and the area is wide open which allows excellent satellite reception at all of the sites. No reservations, all sites first come, first served. Was never even half full during our three night stay. Biggest negative is the fact not all sites have 50 amp service. Sites farthest from the road did have 50 amp. Registration is at the Casino hotel on the opposite side of the complex. Decent park for the price, so we would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for 50 amp electric and water back-in site with PA discount. Roads are asphalt, level pads are gravel and dirt, grass between sites which have table and fire ring. Many long term RV's in the full hookup sites. Very few trees, and sites that have them seemed to be occupied by the long term people. Excellent satellite, Verizon cell and 3G reception. Park Wi-Fi has strong signal and is dependable. Excellent micro brewery within walking distance if that is your thing. Lots to do in the area as it is within 15 minutes of Marquette. With the PA discount it was an excellent value for the money, and we will be staying here again if in area.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric and water, back-in site. 20 and 30 amp electric outlets, water pressure was high, dump station in the park. As others have mentioned there is an odd layout to the park utilities, and depending on the site, it may require an extra electric cord and water hose. We saw a number of people who had to park in a certain spot on their site so their cord and hose would reach, if you carry an extension cord and extra water hose it shouldn't be a problem. Trees along the lakefront sites, but sites to the rear are open. Good satellite reception as well as a strong Verizon signal with 3G. A great park to use as a base when seeing the area. Good value for the money and would definitely stay here again if our travels bring us back to the area.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric and water, back-in site. Asphalt roads, gravel pads. Pad size varies depending on location. Right on the St. Mary's River with an excellent view of the large ships in the river. Table and fire ring at each site. Exceptionally clean bathrooms and showers. No trees so excellent satellite and Verizon reception. Park Wi-Fi was good. We found it be an excellent park to use as base while visiting the Sault Ste. Marie area for a few days, and we would certainly stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for a 50 amp electric pull through site in the upper level. Roads are asphalt, site gravel with grass between sites. Sites are relatively close together in the lower section, further apart in the upper section. Lower section has a far higher occupancy rate than the upper section. The pull thru sites were open and we had excellent satellite and Verizon reception in site 128. Park has a dump station for each section and they are laid out so it is easy to dump either on the way in or way out. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp electric and water back-in site with PA discount. Roads gravel, but were watered to keep the dust down, sites grass, some more level than others. A number of the sites are larger than typical in most private parks. Excellent satellite and Verizon reception. Has lots for kids and families to do, but also good for an overnight. Good value for the money with the PA discount, we would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp FHU pull-through site. No discounts given. Site was one of four, short and narrow pull-through sites at the front of the park. Overhanging tree limbs that were roof high prevented satellite reception in our sites, but some other sites were open. Excellent Verizon cell and 3G reception. Access road from the highway back to campground is gravel, as well as narrow with tree limbs needing trimming to allow two RV's to pass. It is also gravel, and hence dusty. There are a number of seasonal RV's at this park, and one in particular seemed to park their large pickup truck very close to the left turn many RV's need to make to drive around the park. Electric went out three times while we were there and other campers said they were told by the office that it would get fixed as soon as the boss returns. I can accept the boss being away at times, but not the electric going off three times. We would probably stay somewhere else if back in the area.
Rate is 50 FHU pull-in lake view site daily rate with GS discount. Concrete pads and asphalt roads. Lake view sites in the motorhome section have the hooks up at the front of the site, though at least they are on the left side. Large park with much activity going on. Excellent satellite and Verizon reception as there are no shade trees in the park. A good distance south of the Grand Rapids area, though it is just off the freeway. Freeway noise can be bothersome at times depending where in the park your site is located. For a quick overnight or several days there are parks located closer to Grand Rapids, but if you just want to get away from the city and kick back and relax, this is a great place.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU back-in site based on weekly rate. This site was in the non rally section at the very front of the Fairgrounds. Roads and pads were gravel and were level. The back to back sites are open so good satellite as well as Verizon reception. Park Wi-Fi efficiency is variable depending on the size of the rally being held in the main fairgrounds area. This park makes a great base to see the area and we would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for 50 amp electric and water back-in site. Road and pad were asphalt. Large site with plenty of room. Site had fire ring and table. Excellent Verizon cellphone and 3G reception. Numerous trees prevented satellite reception at our site, but there are many open sites in this large RV park if need your satellite. Discounts available for Horse Park next door, and has easy access to the freeway. Great value for the money and we would definitely stay again.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU pull-through site. No discounts given. Roads are asphalt, sites are fine gravel and narrow with not all sites being long enough for big rigs. Excellent satellite and Verizon cell phone reception. Park Wi-Fi was adequate, but slowed appreciably in the early evenings. As stated previously, most sites are too narrow for having awnings out by side by side RV's. Recessed water connection can be a pain to connect, and we watched other arrivals struggle with this, as you have to get down on your hands and knees to connect the hose to the valve. Compared to the other parks nearby, this was a good value for the money, and we would certainly stay here again.
Rate is for FHU back-in site with SPK discount. Gravel roads and pads with grass between sites. Gravel pad was narrow and recent rains caused us to have to be all the way to one side not to sink in due to the gravel not being thick. Our site was high and dry but neighbors had to walk through water to reach their tow vehicle. Electric went out several times during our stay. We would stay here again if in the area, but only due to its proximity to Shiloh Battlefield, which isn't all that close. All in all, this park is an excellent value for the rate we paid.
Rate is for 30 amp electric only. Gravel roads and sites. Self contained should arrive with full water and empty waste tanks, or at least room in the tanks for the planned length of stay. Big rig access is very tight. Many of the sites listed on the park website as suitable for big rigs have tight entries or exits, or low hanging branches. A fifth wheel during our stay took over an hour to get out their site with two rangers helping, so it is not a park for the faint hearten big rig owner. It's a great park for travel trailer, popup and tent campers. We loved our stay as the old town is great and would certainly return, but only if we could stay in certain of the big rig sites.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU pull through site with PA discount. Cash only for PA discount. Roads and site are gravel with long, open pull throughs. Good satellite and Verizon reception. Negative was a large diesel spill on a nearby site that was there during our three night stay. The smell outside was very strong and nothing was ever done to remove the contaminated soil. We would stay here again.
Rate is for pull through water and 30 amp electric site with SKP discount, but with an additional $2 for use of our air conditioner. Access roads gravel, some dust, and sites are fairly level grass. Outside loop has an evergreen tree that needs to be trimmed that pinches you between a fence and the tree. Had a power interruption twice during our stay. Restrooms and laundry are centrally located, $1.50 per load to wash. Satellite reception okay at a number of the sites, but Verizon reception very poor. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull through site with GS discount, payment made at checkout. While part of the Ameristar Casino, it is on the opposite side of the road, with access through an area that may have semi trucks partially blocking the the road as they make deliveries which was the case with our arrival. The park is open with no shade, has excellent satellite and Verizon wire coverage. Free Wi-Fi which was excellent, plus regular drive throughs by the casino courtesy van. Close to the Vicksburg Military Park and downtown, which was why we stayed here. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is based on weekly rate for FHU 50 amp site. Roads are asphalt, pads are concrete, and are located on two levels, with a short steep hill up to the upper level. We stayed on the upper level and had good satellite and Verizon coverage from our site, which was the pull through at the top of the hill. There are a number of permanents who work at the nearby nuclear power plant, but they are all in the upper area. While some distance from Port Gibson the park has a great museum and other exhibits relating to the history of the area and Civil War battle fought here. The staff was the best we have ever experienced, and we would definitely stay again in this hidden gem of an RV park.
Rate is for 30 amp water and electric only site. Asphalt pad, slight amount of leveling requires, no shade, though many sites have shade. Excellent satellite and Verizon wireless reception. Wide spacing between sites and dump station in the park. Excellent historical exhibits in the park and also nearby. Paved access roads are easily navigated. A great park that we will definitely be back to again.
Rate is promotional free stay rate for FHU back-in. Sites are wide and level concrete with a small coach house. Many sites are rented to Winter Texans by the owners of the lots. Has a very nice clubhouse and pool area. Lot owners and renters made us feel like we belonged and included us in their activities. Near the World Birding Center as well as the World Butterfly Center. Sales presentation/tour was very low key with no pressure whatsoever. Has 55 plus age restriction.
Rate is daily rate for FHU pull thru 50 amp site. Roads and sites are paved. We were very close to office in a level pull through premium site. Sites are well spaced for a private park. In retrospect one of there less expensive sites nearer the back of the park would have been just as good, as the office apparently tries to fill the more expensive sites first. We used it for a quick overnight stop and it was adequate for that, though most of the sites appeared to be occupied by seasonals. Low tree branches scraped the roof on the way out of the park. Make sure you do not leave your antenna or satellite dish up as there are very low bridges at the freeway entrances near the park. (Fortunately several park resident's flagged us down as we were leaving when we left ours up.) We would stay here again.
Rate is nightly rate for FHU 30 amp pull thru site. Dirt/gravel roads and sites typical of this part of Texas. They no longer offer PA discounts, but have adjusted overall rates downward according to office. Yes, as other reviewers have stated, there are low flying fighter aircraft from the nearby Air Force Base, but they are keeping our country safe, plus there were very few landings and takeoffs during our stay. Good overnight stop, though if you are sensitive to noise, it may not be the place for you. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate with park pass discount for 30 amp water back-in site. Asphalt paved roads and sites are well spaced offering a degree of privacy. Two sections to the campground, with a few full hookup sites in the back areas. Sites vary from open to shaded. Good satellite reception and Verizon service. Interesting historical exhibits in the park. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for SKP's, 50 amp full hookup, back-in site, electric extra, which has been added to the base daily rate for this review. Paved roads and pads, all sites are back-in, escorted to site. They are very precise about where you are to park your rig, as many of the pads are of a very thin asphalt type construction. You must put boards under your jacks. Numerous activities and very friendly people as is typical at all Escapee parks.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp back-in site with PA discount. Roads are paved, though a lack of maintenance is showing. All sites are back-in. No shade. This is one of those parks that has the word resort in its name, and depending on what that word means to you, either it is or isn't. Nice big hall in the center of the park, four or five activities planned each day, decent sized sites and security gate. As usual, the Passport America sites were in the least desirable spots, in this case alongside the front fence backed up to the main road outside the park, so motorhomes face the afternoon sun and 5th wheels get to view the street. The other sites in the park face east/west. We found nothing remarkable about the park, good or bad, and the Passport rate makes it fairly inexpensive to check out for a few days, and since the park was only about 2/3rds full in mid February, there were decent sites to move onto if you wanted to stay for a longer period of time.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp FHU pull thru site with PA discount. Roads and pads are dirt with small amount of gravel, though the road and parking area in front of the laundromat which is in the center of the park is paved. No shade. Site was long enough that we didn't need to unhook the toad. This is one of those parks that when you drive up you think, do we really want to stay here. And while it is rundown, it still makes for a convenient, inexpensive overnight stop with reliable hookups if that's all you're looking for. But if the rundown look turns you off, it's definitely not for you.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp FHU pull thru site with PA discount. Roads are gravel, pads grass with small amount of gravel, no shade. Pads get soft in wet weather. All sites face the bay with center row being pull-thrus. Office is well inside the park, has large room and small laundry attached. Passport America rate made it a very good value for the money, but as others have alluded or said, Palacios itself is definitely a small town off the beaten path, which can be good or bad depending on what you want. We would definitely stay here again.
The Fee is the daily rate for 50 amp Full Hook Up pull thru site with q Passport America discount. It is an older mobile home park with 11 pull through sites for transient RVers, also some back-ins. No permanents in the pull through sites. Paved roads with gravel sites, some having a very small cabana type shelter over a picnic table. Sites can accommodate big rigs, but have trees which can interfere with satellite reception at some sites. Best access to the park is to use the I-45 southbound frontage road, south of Calder, then right on Big League Dreams Pkwy, which comes out on Calder a hundred feet or so north of the park entrance. Park is a good value for the money and we would stay here again.
Rate is weekly rate for pull thru 50 amp FHU site. Roads and pads are concrete, narrow strip of grass separates sites. Sites accommodate big rigs. There is a traffic light at the entrance which makes entering and exiting the park easy. Tuesday night "Cork on the Wall", they supply main dish and wine, you bring a side dish, is a good mixer and is free. Many trailers/5th wheels with permanents who are working in the area. Close to NASA and the Kemah Boardwalk.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp FHU pull through site with Escapees discount. Roads and sites are gravel; main entrance road is very narrow for the two way traffic that it is used for. Consequently the other roads, which are wider, are used for two way traffic even though they are marked for one way. Tight turns to pull into an out of your site. Plus, as usual, the permanents do not adhere to the rules about what can be outside your RV. With that said, it was a pleasant place to stay for a couple of nights.
Rate was weekly rate for 50 amp FHU back-in site. There are level gravel sites with asphalt roads in the section near the entrance. Washers and dryers are $1 per load. Electric was metered and rate posted includes the additional charges based on our usage. We appreciate the inexpensive base rate with additional amenities at added cost if you use them. The other sections of the park, one up near the mail room and the over by the CARE Center do have some sites that need leveling, but not usually not to the extent an earlier post implied. This is not a resort style park, though they do have some planned activities, and be advised it is some distance out of town, so there is a 15 minute or so drive to get groceries, etc. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is based on a long pull thru FHU 50 amp site where with a 7 day stay, where you pay for five at $20 per day and get two days free. Roads and sites are gravel/dirt. Good maneuverability and wide sites. Verizon cell and park Wi-Fi were both excellent. Some sites at the back of the park had been recently graded and seeded, meaning they have exposed dirt that when wet is sticky red clay, so you may want to select a site near the front of the park unless the grass has grown in. Good news on the permanent pickup camper in site 19. The park has created a new site for him between so and the restrooms. Brought in sand, leveled it and he moved to it while we were here. Has also really improved the look of his site with no junk out anymore. Park was either full or only one or two vacant spots each night during the two weeks we were there.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull thru with GS discount. Former KOA type office building and campground layout. Somewhat narrow asphalt roads. Sites are wide enough for slideouts and have picnic tables. Good Verizon cell signal. Wi-Fi worked exceptionally well. Many workers stay here, but their sites are well kept. If you have a bigger big rig it's probably not the place for you, but our 38' MH and toad fit with room to spare. A more than acceptable place to stay given what else is available in the area.
Rate is Escapees daily rate for FHU 50 amp, pull through site. We were fortunate to get a single pull through site, many are side by side doubles and very tight. Park is all gravel/dirt, but the sites do have a covered table, though the double sites have only one structure to be shared by both RVs. Verizon cell phone reception was excellent. We used this park as a base while spending several days exploring the Pecos area and would stay here again if we came back.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric and water. Dump station available in the park. Sites are large, but privacy varies depending on the site. Roads and sites are gravel and dirt, so expect some dirt and dust. Motorhomes may want to disconnect their toad before entering or exiting as they will get dusty if left connected. This New Mexico State Park is just a couple of miles from Palomas, Mexico, making it handy if you're going to the dentist, optician, or pharmacy, as well as the famous Pink Store. We have stayed here in the past and will again in the future.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull thru site, not including tax or electric. Our electric cost was a little over $4 per day which included running an electric heater on the low setting at night. Big open gravel area with a few small trees. Sites are not well marked, but are spacious enough that it is no problem. With winds there will be dust. Inexpensive laundry with standard size washers and dryers. Near I-10 and the railroad, so expect some noise. Great place to overnight or spend a few days to rest up. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate with no discounts, for full hookup, pull through site. Park is a block behind the Best Western Motel, registration for the RV park is at the motel. Park is a large open area that has sizable potholes near all three entrances. Sites are quite wide and roomy but there is no privacy. Park electric shut down several times during our stay for brief periods. May have had too many freezers with fish in them as most people seemed to be fishermen even though the park is some distance from the Kenai River. The restrooms and laundry facilities are across the street behind the motel. A park with few amenities, but also not nearly as crowded as those closer to the river. We stayed here both on our way to and from Homer.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull thru site with GS discount. Gravel roads and sites with shade trees in what appears to be a former KOA. Good maneuverability and pull thrus are long enough that there is no need to unhitch if just over nighting. Permanents are in back-in sites. Excellent free wireless, no cable TV, good Verizon cell service. We would stay here again.
Rate is winter daily rate for 30 amp back-in site. Central water outlets are turned off in winter, a very limited number of sites, the first 7 on the campground road, have electric. Outlets are near the front of these back-in sites and many people need to use some type of additional extension cord to reach the outlet. Gravel roads and sites with plenty of trees. Some overhanging branches make for a tight fit in bigger rigs, but our 38' MH maneuvered without difficulty. Several sites are located near the river, but most are further back. This is the only camping option near the park and we would stay here again if returning to visit the petroglyphs.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric and water pull through site. Older park with gravel roads and narrow, though level, gravel pads, though the sites are adequate for multiple slide-outs. There are small trees that make sites seem smaller than they are. Located in the middle of a residential area, so no traffic noise. Makes a good over night stopping spot. We would stay here again.
Rate is FHU 30 amp daily rate with Escapees discount. Gravel roads and sites which can be dusty when the wind blows. Small pine trees between sites. One single restroom and shower for each sex, a code is required to open door. There is another restroom inside the office along with washer and dryer. Great value for the price, making for a good overnight stop and we would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for FHU 50 amp pull-through site with Escapees discount. Because of the time of the year, the office was closed and a sign directed you to check-in at the nearby convenience store which was an easy walk away. Layout is not good with several tight turns: one 5th wheel who came in late and did not unhitch, had its truck sticking out blocking one of the park roads. We stayed for three nights while exploring the area and had no problems with noise as mentioned in an earlier review. Okay for a one or two night stop, but how in the world Good Sam rates this park a 8/10/9, I'll never know. Three cent per gallon fuel discount coupon with stay. We would stay here again in the future, but only for a couple of nights.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull through site with Camp Club USA discount. We were originally staying for only 2 nights, but extended to 5 nights and they gave us the discount for the additional nights. This is an older, former KOA with narrow pull-through sites and some back-ins. There are some newer pull through sites at the south end of the park, which was where we stayed. Most sites require some leveling. Trees in the older section may interfere with satellite reception. Good Verizon cell phone coverage. Convenient to I-15, so we would stay here again if back in the area.
Rate is off season daily rate for 30 amp pull through site with sewer. Water had been turned off for the winter. During off season the office is closed: self register and pay by placing the envelope in a box. Excellent free Wi-Fi and the low cost make this an great bargain. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp FHU pull through site with GS discount. Entrance to the park is not marked as well as it could be. No Verizon phone coverage. Trees blocked satellite. No cable TV. Wi-Fi was okay with a few outages. We would probably try elsewhere if back in the area.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp FHU pull through site with GS discount. Gravel road and pad with a nice grassy strip between sites. Good maneuverability for larger rigs. One section has trees, the other section is wide open. Good satellite and Verizon cell phone reception. Located off the beaten path, and the height of the railroad trestle is plainly marked. Some road noise. Nice park to use either as a base when exploring the area or for an overnight stop. We would stay here again if back in the area.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull through site with Passport America discount. Since it was near the end of the season, the water had been turned off at some of the sites. Sites themselves are wide, but the gravel pad is very narrow. It appears the owners are working to improve this park, but much remains to be done. Good satellite and Verizon cell phone reception. An inexpensive place to stay while exploring the area: we would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp pull through site. Located a little off the beaten path, roads are gravel and dirt, sites are grass. If dry, you will stir up dust as you drive in. This is an older park that has been adequately maintained, making it acceptable as an overnight stopping place, or to spend a few days exploring the area.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 30 amp pull through site. Park has two concentric circular roads and all sites are parallel to the road. Very few of the sites are level. Roads and sites are gravel. Wide open with no trees so good satellite reception. Lots of rules, many spelled out in capital letters, and emphasized at check-in makes for a less than welcoming atmosphere. Not a bad place, but would probably stay at the nearby city park which has RV spaces the next time we were in Shelby.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric pull-through site. Older city park campground with smaller sites. Road and sites are asphalt. Limited number of pull-through sites suitable for larger rigs. Most of the sites suitable for larger rigs appeared to be occupied by permanents. Wi-Fi is by TengoInternet, we didn't use it, but heard others complaining about it.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp full hookup back-in site. Roads and sites are gravel with large trees in abundance. Lots of shade but it also means none to very, very limited satellite reception unless in the upper area of the park which was closed when we were there. Wi-Fi is TengoInternet at $3 per day, but it worked well.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp full hookup pull-in site overlooking the river. Free high pressure RV wash. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well. Security gate to camping area and river access in front of park, to what is a great steelhead river. Roads and sites are dirt and grass. A nice overnight stopping place on the infamous Trail of Tears, Highway 16.
Rate is daily rate for no hookup back-in site. Easy access, paved roads and gravel sites. Some sites can accommodate larger rigs. We used it as an overnight stop along the Cassiar Highway, then drove our toad to Stewart/Hyder to see the bears, which of course weren't out at the time we were there, but were later in the day. Next time we will stay in Stewart or Hyder for convenience.
Rate is daily rate for a full hookup 30 amp pull-through site. Long downward sloping entrance road, but park posts available type of site on a sign at the entrance for the highway, a very considerate touch. Located in a beautiful valley setting that still allows for satellite connection. Long pull-through sites and roads are gravel. A good stop on the Cassiar Highway.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp pull-through site. Roads and pads are gravel with good maneuverability. Wi-Fi available at additional cost in a few of the pull-through sites. 24 hour diesel and gas available. Good spot to stay if you are going down the Cassiar Hiughway. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for full hookup 30 amp pull-through site. We were in the lower section, which essentially a large open gravel area, but it was late in the season and only four other RVs were down there. It is easy to see how it could be very crowded if it was busy with caravans, making the upper area more desirable. Wi-Fi worked well. We stayed at three parks in Whitehorse during our trip to and from Alaska, and this was the best of the three.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp full hookup pull-through site. An advantage was this park was open late in the season, plus it is wide open so you can connect to the satellite. The only thing that marks the sites are the hookup posts and with the number of rental units in the campground, that didn't always seem to work. Some people hang out into the road in the back, others in the front, and if two big rigs offset each other, there is hardly room to maneuver if you come in late. We didn't, but it was fun watching those that did. Let's just say it was somewhat disorganized and we'd probably stay somewhere else next time.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric only site. Unusual parking arrangement as all sites are parallel to the asphalt surfaced park roads. Site was level with table and maneuverability was excellent. Roads are on different levels and provide some degree of privacy. Park is up on Tunnel Mountain, and a good distance from town. A nice place to stay when visiting Banff. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate for back-in 30 amp electric only site. Essentially a looped parking area with yellow line marked back-in sites, that was serving as an overflow area for the nearby Whistlers Campground at this time of year. Depending on which side of the loop you get and how large your rig is, maneuverability can be either good or tight. Also, depending on the site, a little or a great deal of leveling required. The views of elk out our window offset any negatives. We were able to connect to our Internet satellite, and have no problem staying here again.
Daily rate for 30 amp electric and water pull through site. Roads are gravel, somewhat narrow with one or two branches that needed trimmed, though none touched our RV, sites are grass. Still, we had no problems with a 38' MH and toad. Good Wi-Fi available. Makes a good place to overnight on the way to or from Jasper. We would stay here again.
Rate based on weekly rate for a FHU 50 amp pull through site. Roads and sites are gravel, sites are mostly in a large open area, but of good size and grass between the sites. Verizon cell coverage was good. Minimal traffic noise, and that is very intermittent street noise, not continuous freeway noise. Well maintained restrooms and showers. We would stay here again.
Rate is for 30 amp FHU back-in site. Roads and sites are on the small side, plus park was quite crowded due to a big rig caravan. Gravel and dirt roads and sites. Was able to connect to Internet satellite. Cable TV at the site. It is located a distance outside of the town and on the opposite side from Denali NP, so it requires a good drive to see or do anything. We would stay here again.
Rate is with Senior Pass discount. Easy access, paved roads, mostly back-in sites, which are large and well spaced for privacy. Fire ring and table at each site, no hookups and no dump station. Makes excellent base for visiting nearby glaciers and Whittier. Will definitely stay here again.
Rate is average of 2 nights at 50% PA discount and 1 night with GS discount. Water and electric pull through sites, but they are on the short side. Lots of trees for shade, but no privacy. Some activities scheduled, i.e., square dance night. We would stay here again.
Rate is based on weekly rate, pay for 6 nights and the 7th is free. Difficult to see park from the road, and we drove past then had to turn around and drive back. Sites are on a steep hill and while they are level, access to each site is limited by the road being quite narrow and vehicles extending onto it. Full hookup sites are either back-in or back to back. They do try to use the back to back sites as big rig pull through's. Showers and restrooms were clean considering the number of people staying at the park. We will opt for the Homer Spit experience the next time we are Homer, as this park is a long way away from the spit, though it doesn't have the wind the Spit does.
Rate is for water and electric 30 amp pull through site. Payment by cash or check. Gravel roads and sites, with both being rough. To level our RV we had be at the very end of the site, meaning we had to unhitch our toad, else it would have stuck out into the access road. Pay showers, and also has a laundry. Wi-Fi worked intermittently and as park filled later in evening, it eventually ground to a halt. Verizon cell phone coverage was excellent.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp electric and water back-in with GS discount. Roads and pads are gravel with adequate maneuverability for our big rig. Park has two areas, one area has FHU pull through sites, the other area, in the form of a circle, has water and electric back-in sites though, a few are pull through. Good check-in experience, and were informed of many things to see and do in the area. Bathrooms and laundry were well maintained. There are no trees, but that meant we could use our Internet satellite. The only negative was the electric proved to be less than reliable, and our surge protector tripped several times due to low voltage. Used our voltage booster and had no more problems, though we could tell others were still experiencing difficulties.
Rate is for 30 amp water and electric pull through site with Good Sam discount. Also have 50 amp FHU pull through sites. Charge for showers. Easy access from highway. Gravel access and pads with small patch of grass and picnic table at each site. Wonderful cafe with discount specials for RV'ers. Dall sheep and Mountain goats can be seen from the park. Within ten miles of Matanuska Glacier. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for FHU 50 amp pull through site with semi-river front view. Roads and sites are gravel. Owner is great, but the sites face the trees and brush along the river rather than the river itself. A little trimming would go along ways in improving the value of the sites. We also had a problem with our energy management system shutting down due to variable power. Otherwise it was a nice park, and even with the minor problems, we would stay here again.
Rate is for a FHU 50 amp back-in site facing the bay. Nice park, all gravel with some of the inevitable Alaskan potholes, but with room to maneuver and to extend your awning. Within easy walking distance of the harbor and shopping. Excellent high speed Wi-Fi, not at all what the previous reviewer experienced. Not one of the parks where the caravans stay, so not too much in and out traffic. Friendly, medium sized park, and we would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for a water and 30 amp electric back-in site. FHU sites as well as no hookup sites are also available. Very rough graded rocky park on the side of a hill with an Iron Ranger instead of an attendant. Restroom is a port-a-potty, though they do have water fill and waste dump. If you are visiting McCarthy-Kennecott this is the only park with hookups within miles. It does live up to its name and the views of Mt Wrangell are awesome. If you're not expecting much, this park will serve as a adequate base camp for visiting the area. We would stay here again if in the area.
Rate is for back-in 30 amp FHU site with good Wi-Fi. Great RV park with free entertainment during the evenings we were here. Interior roads and sites are gravel, but maneuverability is good. Site separation varies, but is reasonable. Not all sites receive good Wi-Fi, request one that does on check-in if you need it. Road noise is minimal. They have great dinners and breakfasts available if you sign up ahead of time. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for no-hookup boondock site in the upper area of the park. We don't generally comment on the check-in at campgrounds, but when we arrived here, there was a heated argument going on between the staff and several campers. That should have been our first clue that this wasn't the place to stay in Chicken. We were eventually assigned a boondocking site as they had no idea what was available in the hookup section. Parking was where ever you wanted, even though there were some markers in the boondock area. We parked facing the dredge, then watched as kids raced ATV's up and down the area in front of us. When we mentioned this to the office, they shrugged and said something about a big gold panning club being here for the weekend. We won't be back and would suggest you check with the nearby Goldpanner RV Park first when stopping in Chicken.
Rate is for a no hookup, pull through site with 50% Senior Pass discount for this BLM campground. Have both pull through and back in sites. Can accommodate big rigs, we fit with no problem. Roads are narrow, gravel/dirt, but sites are wide. Pit toilets and potable water are available, and the long time hosts, ten years and running, are a joy. Even gave us tips on collecting wild mushrooms. After a hard drive over the Top of the World and Taylor Highways, this is a welcome respite. Fire pits and free fire wood add to the pleasure. While not everyone's cup of tea, especially if you require hookups, this is one of those special places for those that enjoy the simple things. Yes, the entrance road is potholed, and the mosquitoes can be bad, but it is a great first taste of Alaska if you are coming from Dawson.
Rate is for a large, very private, gravel site with no hookups. No problem with the access road or site with our big rig. In fact many of the sites would accommodate larger rigs. Like the previous poster, we used this as a place to stay while doing a day trip to Keno, then enjoyed a campfire with the free firewood in the evening, even though it never got dark. There were only a few other campers there, so we had our pick of sites. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for FHU 50 amp back-in site, discounted to the 30 amp rate. They were expecting a large caravan and so gave us a 50 amp site for the price of a 30 amp to keep some 30 amp sites available to those who needed them. Interior is dusty, but after checking out the other parks in town, they are all like this. By the way, even the streets in town are dusty as they are all a very fine gravel except for the Klondike Highway. Great attitude by the front desk person even though she was obviously extremely busy. Wi-Fi worked well even though the park was mostly full, and that was despite warnings that it might be a little iffy. Great park and we gladly stay here again. Note to reviewer: The Guggieville RV Park is now part of Bonanza Creek. The Guggieville website doesn't work anymore, while The Bonanza Creek website shows, "incorporating Guggieville". Bonanza bought Guggieville and currently uses the old area which next door to Bonanza for overflow only according to the Bonaza manager.
Rate is for a boon docking site for one night. Not much to chose from in Mayo as it is really off the beaten track. They had a big weekend celebration in town and the hookup sites were still occupied from that even though it was a Monday. Boon docking area was a large grassy field that while fairly level, was not smooth. If you are looking for hookups in Mayo, arrive early. The pull off into the motel/RV park from the highway was the most potholed we have ever encountered in four years of full timing.
Rate is for 30 amp FHU pull thru site. Roads and sites are gravel with a small patch of grass which makes it nice, as most parks in the Yukon are just gravel. It sits behind the motel and the few potholes last year's reviewer noted are still there. Still, it was a good place to stop for a night if you are looking for a place to spend a few hours. The boardwalk that follows the river is right beside the park, and there is a town walking tour brochure you can pick up when you check-in. We checked in at the motel and had no problems. Would certainly stay here again if in the area and looking to over night.
Rate is for 30 amp FHU site. Roads and sites are gravel. The FHU sites nearest the office are close together and the trucks pulling 5th wheels can make it a tight squeeze on the roads. Other areas of the park had more room. Wi-Fi was excellent, the reason why we opted for the more crowded site. Bathrooms and showers were outstanding. Shared hook-up post for electric and water connections means it may be at the wrong end of your rig. If you pull in "the wrong way" the sewer will be on the wrong side. There's some dust, and a slight amount of traffic noise from the Alaska Hwy, but we are in the Yukon along the Alaska Hwy after all. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for 30 amp with water pull thru. Gravel roads and pads are narrow with branches in need of trimming. Dump station is aligned to used only as you exit the park. Wi-Fi worked, then it didn't work, then it did, though when it worked it was fast. For a visit to Whitehorse is a long drive, so the park is best for a one night stop over. Apparently many people stop just to eat at the restaurant located beside the RV park. After one night we moved closer to town.
Rate is for 30 amp and water back-in site, no discounts. Great place to stay, and close to downtown. We opted for one of the sites in the asphalt parking area that faces the cruise ships. Lots of room and the view is awesome. The park restrooms are just a few steps away, and we weren't bothered at all by the cruise ship passengers. From here we could watch the ships leave every night. If you have a big rig and don't need FHU's and want to be close to the heart of the town, these sites are just the thing. We would most certainly stay here again.
Rate is for FHU 30 amp pull thru, no discounts. Park is under new management and all sites are the same price. Manager commented they had just taken over a few weeks ago and were having an electrician come out to see which sites actually had 50 amp in addition to 30 amp. It shows the neglect one would expect after going out of business for a time, but the restrooms and showers were clean, with the ladies being spotless. Hookups are oddly placed. As a prior review said, it makes a good place to stay for day trips to Skagway if you don't want to do the White Pass up and down thing with the RV. Needs some TLC, cleaning of weeds, etc, but we would certainly stay here again.
Rate is for 30 amp electric and water pull through site with Good Sam discount. Just your basic open, gravel, parking area, Yukon Territory RV park with a mix of 30 and 20 amp pull through and back-in sites. Restrooms and showers were convenient and the laundry had a number of washers and dryers. The wifi was excellent, though they tell you no downloading, and it is turned off at 11PM. Another plus is that you get a 4 percent discount on fuel if you are registered at the park, which made it less than we paid in Watson Lake. If you truly need 30 amps, be prepared to do some leveling, though we didn't notice the same problems in the 20 amp sites. We noted several people backing out of the dump station, which maybe the wisest choice if you are concerned with the incline as you pull out from it, though it presented no problem to us.
Rate is for 30 amp FHU pull thru site in an open gravel parking lot, which is typical of many of the inexpensive RV parks up here. Pull thrus are opposing so you share the pedestal with your neighbor on one side. They also have back-ins if you prefer. Site is open enough that we were able to connect with our satellite Internet, a real plus. The park has Wi-Fi which worked well. Restrooms and laundry were very clean. Located right across the street from the Sign Forest, it is a good value for the money, plus, due to small size the caravans do nor use it. Regarding the review below with a rating of 1 because of the cook in the restaurant. During a visit to the restaurant, though it may be stretching it a bit to call it a restaurant, the cook was quite affable. Maybe it was a case of the cook treating the customer the way the customer treated the cook. Or maybe it was a different park because this place certainly doesn't charge the rate the reviewer listed. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for a no hookup back-in site, which is the case with all the sites in this wonderful little park. You come, not for the campground, but to soak in the hot springs. The springs are a short walk from the campground and are included in the cost of camping, which is $21 per site for the 2010 season. A large raked gravel site met us, and there are many sites that will accommodate big rigs. While they accept reservations for a limited number of sites, we arrived early in the day and had no trouble finding a site for our large motorhome. Interesting to note that the low rated Laird Hot Springs Lodge, which is not at the Hot Springs is listed at Laird Hot Springs, while this great park, which is at the Hot Springs is listed as at Laird River in the reviews, We almost stayed at the wrong place because of that. We would absolutely stay here again at this wonderful park.
Under new ownership and now called the Triple G Hideaway. Rate is for a pull-through 30 amp electric and sewer site, no water. Other reviews used the word muddy, for us it was dust, clouds and clouds of dust. In the afternoon a large caravan of huge Beaver Motorhomes came in and turned the park into a dust bowl. Later all the workers came barreling home from work in their gas and oil service trucks, once again creating a dust storm. Sites in the rear where the caravan parked, were long pull-through sites with open sky, otherwise watch out for tree limbs. Our site was not level, though there had been some gravel dumped in a pile off to the side. It's obvious the new owners are trying to improve the park, but they've a long way to go. We would choose to try another park if we were in the area again this year.
Rate is for 30 amp FHU back-in site. Great little stopping place that has five pull-through sites out in the open in the center of the park. We opted for a back-in site that easily accommodated our large motorhome and toad, which backed up to the beaver pond and also allowed us to get on our Internet satellite. Free firewood and a fire stand at each site was also a nice treat. There was a large mobile BC Hydro diesel generating station in front of the park which meant there is some noise, but that also meant very reliable electric service. There is also some noise from the nearby hill on the Alaskan Highway. To us this was one of those little gems you sometimes find along the road. We would definitely stay here again.
Park has a quaint, picturesque, rustic setting along the river. If you don't expect much, you won't be disappointed. We didn't and were delighted with our stay. Electrical outlet polarity was reversed at the first site tried. Restrooms and showers are very old and it shows. The back-in sites were all taken by semi-permanents, as there is a great deal of oil and gas work in the area. Pull-through sites are narrow if you have opposing slideouts. With more than five overnighters, there is a drawing with the winner getting their night's stay for free. The owner is great, but all in all I think the previous reviews have been a little generous in their ratings, or maybe they won the drawing.
Rate is for full hookup 30 amp pull-through with Good Ssam discount. Used this park as a staging area for a summer trip to Alaska, along with nearly everyone else who was there. There are a few semi-permanents, but all sites are well kept. Almost all sites require some degree of leveling. Keep an eye out for the park entrance if approaching on 97 from the direction of Dawson Creek, as the sign is back off the highway and you're there before you realize it. Some pull-through sites, ours included, have branches that will hit the RV as you pull out, and should have been trimmed. Laundry was not open in the evening. All in all, a nice, clean, well run park that we would definitely stay at again.
Good Sam rate with 30 amp FHU, Canadian dollars. While there is a large gravel parking lot behind the motel as the previous posters have stated, it is where the truckers using the motel park. The RV park has two long rows of pull through sites. The front row is mostly all gravel, the back row had grass between the sites when we were here as well as a tree at the front of each space. The trees hung out over the front of the site and we had to back out of our site, otherwise we would have scratched the side of the RV. Restrooms and laundry were very clean in spite of obvious heavy usage. Park was at least 75 percent full, mostly with semi-permanents working jobs in the area. We would stay here again.
Offers free overnight RV parking in the back lot. No hookups, six marked RV parking spots in the upper end end of the parking lot, but several more RVs can park around the edge of the lot where you can put a slide out if necessary. The edge spots are actually more level than the marked spots. The marked pull through "parking spots" are not very long. Bigger rigs need to either unhook or park at the edge of the lot. Gaming center offers various games of chance including slots, keno and bingo. Okay spot for a quick inexpensive overnight depending on how one fares with the adult entertainment opportunity. We would stay here again.
Rate was daily rate for water and 30 amp electric pull through site, no discounts. Sites with sewer available for $4 additional. Pull through sites do not face river and are a little on the narrow side due to small trees, but are very long. Concur with the previous poster that the park is much bigger and nicer than it looks from the road. Restroom and shower are combined in same room. Three unisex restrooms but were very clean. If you're very sensitive to trains it's not the place for you. We seldom heard the trains, but we usually felt them, as the CN runs right next to the park, while the CP is across the river. We would certainly stay here again if in the area.
Rate is daily rate for a FHU 30 amp, pull through with Good Sam discount. Check-in was excellent. Roads are asphalt, but somewhat narrow. Pull through sites up front are gravel, all others are back-in, many on grass. Restrooms and showers were immaculate, laundry has 2 washers and dryers. There is train noise as the tracks are across the road from the park and the back of the park receives noise from Hwy 1, though neither bothered us. A nice place to use as a base to visit the Hope area or to simply overnight. We would stay here again.
Rate is the daily rate for a FHU 50 amp pull thru site with Good Sam discount. Excellent check-in experience. Easy access from I-5 means some traffic noise. Many seasonal/permanent RVs. All sites are pull thru, overnight sites are near entrance, however the sites are not level. Park wifi connection was strong and speed was fast. Gas and diesel available across from the park. Suitable for overnight or longer term stays. We would stay here again if visiting the area.
Rate is the daily rate for a FHU 30 amp pull-thru site. Park is in a wooded setting and has both RV and tent sites. Because of the trees, a portable dish was needed to receive a satellite signal, and this was limited to just a few sites. This is an older park with somewhat narrow roads and sites, but is a nice, and very low key place to overnight. Park in front of the Texaco station to register. Reasonable priced gas, diesel and propane available. We would stay here again.
Rate is the daily rate for a FHU 50 amp site with Passport America discount. Office person was very courteous and helpful, delaying his lunch break to check us in, but not rushing us at all. Sites are pull thru with parking pad for tow or towed. Minimal road noise, mostly at sites close to the front of the park. Easy access on paved road to enter, but when exiting it is necessary to use a gravel road that can be dusty. Showers and restrooms were in excellent condition. Lots to do in the area, yet reasonably close to I-5 so makes for a good place to overnight or to stay for a longer time. We would stay here again.
Rate is based on 50 amp FHU weekly rate. Nice wide interior roads with concrete pads. The row of long pull thru sites easily accommodates big rigs. Grass around sites, but if you are looking for shade, there are no trees, great for satellite though. Showers use curtains for privacy in the stalls with a common dressing area. There are a few longer term residents, but overall it is still a new enough park that they don't detract from the overall appearance. We would certainly stay here again if in the area.
Price is for self contained, dry camping with a picnic table and no hookups, on the middle spit at Salmon Harbor in Winchester Bay. This not to be confused with the dry camping area at "Winchester Bay RV Resort (was The Marina RV Resort)" directly across the harbor. Sites are marked with white lines in several large open asphalt parking areas, and all have a slight slope to them. Great views of the harbor/marina, and during the off season you have the place practically to yourself. There are restrooms, showers, dumpsters galore, and a dump station for $5, and also a water fill. This makes for a nice stopover while spending a day or two in the area if you don't need hookups and appreciate the marina scene. We will definitely stay here again.
Rate is for 50 amp FHU, pull through site. Host said they no longer give any discounts due to all the problems they had with people claiming to have forgotten their membership cards and then aggressively complaining if they didn't get the cheapest rate. Just off I-5, it has gravel roads and a large number of permanent rigs. However the overnight spaces are nice pull through's with asphalt pads. Makes for a convenient overnight stop if you want to stay close to the freeway.
Rate is daily 50 amp FHU rate with Passport America discount. Notice some of the other reviews talk about the huge sites, obviously they were never given site 39. And let's just hope the person in the office wasn't incompetent, they were merely having a bad day. Many of the sites are fairly large and the open areas where you drive vary from very open to tight, with everything being asphalt. The site we eventually got, a back-in we could actually fit in, had the water and electric in the center of the site and the sewer at the very extreme rear. They also tried to charge us the full rate even though we had said we had PA, and had the card out. While this park is definitely much nicer than the other parks in the area, you might get the feeling they are trying to take advantage of you because of that.
Rate is the off season rate. All sites have water and 50/30/20 amp electric. No sewer, and the dump station had a sign stating it was closed indefinitely due to drainfield failure. Widely spaced, very private sites with paved asphalt access and asphalt pads with fire ring and picnic table. Not the place if you want satellite reception, but otherwise it has all that is needed for a relaxing time. Note the park is about 5 miles off Hwy 101, accessed by a fairly narrow, somewhat curvy road so it is not as heavily utilized as some of the other coastal state park campgrounds. Excellent value and location: we would stay here again.
Rate is FHU 30 amp with Passport America discount. Paved roads and pads are narrow, but adequate in an open setting allowing for good satellite reception. Both pull-through and river-front sites available. Located between Hwy 101 and the Klamath River, it was a good value for the money. We stayed two nights, and would certainly stay again if in the area and we needed to overnight.
Rate is the FHU, pull through daily rate with Passport America discount. Have a separate area for pull through sites with good satellite reception, though they are closer to Hwy 101. Sites are gravel and level. Very pleasant check-in where they seemed genuinely concerned that you get what you want. (We later learned this is a church camp that also caters to the general public.) One negative is that the dump station is on the road you use when exiting the pull-through area, and if someone were dumping your exit could be temporarily blocked. All in all, this was a nice place to spend the night and we would definitely stay here again.
Rate is 30 amp FHU daily rate with Passport America discount. Campground is effectively smaller than the 18 sites they claim. There are 6 very closely spaced pull through sites that could accommodate two small RVs end to end. One of the pull through's is occupied by a permanent, leaving 5 for overnighters. Owner is only on-site in the late afternoon and evening. Roads and pads are gravel, there are untrimmed trees and the place shows its age. Hookups were excellent, but being in a hollow, hence its name, satellite coverage is very hit and miss, and it was a miss in our site. Restrooms, while "clean", are very small with a only a wrap-a-round shower curtain separating the shower from the toilet. Given the area and the price, this was a good park if all you are doing is looking for a place to spend a night or two.
Rate is a combination of full price weekend and a special off season: 'pay for 2, get 3 free' midweek rate. We were staying for a week and this was less expensive than the normal weekly rate and was suggested by the RV park to save us money, which we thought was a nice way of doing business. Most sites are back-in and while we were on a hillside, the pads were all terraced and level. Satellite reception was good, WiFi was available in the office. Has asphalt/gravel roads and gravel pads. A trail leads from the park to Columbia State Park which makes for easy sightseeing. We would definitely stay here again.
Great location to visit the Shenandoah Valley wineries and Gold Country. Sites are back-in and come in a great range of prices. We also noted they are already encouraging people to make reservations key dates in 2011. We were here for a small rally and the facilities were excellent in that regard. Has asphalt roads and pads. Pads were on the short side and many sites necessitated parking your tow or toad parallel to the road. Trees limit satellite reception. All in all, given the outstanding nature of the area, we would stay here again.
Rate is for a 50 amp, FHU, daily rate with a Camp Club USA discount. This is a newer RV park that gives you the feeling it was designed by someone who had never owned an RV. Asphalt roads and concrete pads, however the pads are so narrow you have step into the dirt when you exit your RV. Placement of the WES hookups also left something to be desired. Also noticed a good deal of truck noise as a negative. Positives included an absolutely gem of a check-in person, spotless laundry, restroom and shower facilities, though I'd have to question whether the person who designed the showers had actually ever taken a shower in one like this. We were here for an overnight stop, and with the 50% discount, would stay again.
Rate was for a 30 amp, FHU, daily rate with a Passport America discount. Signs direct you to the office which is in the back of the main part of the park, and requires driving on the narrow park roads with untrimmed tree branches. We were assigned one of the pull through sites that are in the back, but can only be reached by driving back to the front of the park, then around back on a side road. There is a row of trees which offers some protection from the winds for the sites. While it was a good place to get off the road on an extremely windy day, that is about all it appears to good for. It okay for a PA park and we would stay here again if forced to by weather conditions.
Rate is with a Senior Pass 50% discount. This is a NPS campground with a few pull through sites for larger rigs. No hookups, the site was not level and required extra leveling devices to level the coach. Campground is more suitable for tents, tent trailers and smaller travel travel trailers. Sites can be reserved and we noted the better RV sites, meaning level sites, often had a small tent in them.
BLM 14 day free dry camping area just east of Quartzsite on the south side of I-10 off East Dome Rock Rd. Very close to all the Quartzsite activities. Road noise from I-10. No designated sites. Park where you want. No services available. Good location for a night or two when passing through "Q" and the price is right.
55+ snowbird park with FHU sites. At rear of park are newer, wide pull through sites for short time stays and larger rigs. At night an unattended security gate is closed and a security code must be entered on the keypad to enter the park. Numerous scheduled activities and humorous, though slightly disorganized, office staff. We would stay here again.
Rate is FHU 50 amp daily rate, with Passport America discount. Escapees get the same discount. Gravel roads and pads, almost all sites are pull through. Park is located behind a truck parking area and is all gravel, wide open with no shade. Has free dump and water. Satellite reception and Park Wi-Fi are excellent. Wi-Fi is free. Restrooms and laundry facilities are exceptionally clean. Did not notice any highway noise, nor any noise from the nearby truck parking. Because of the $9.50 rate for both Passport America and Escapees, this park tends to fill-up early in the day. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate with Senior Pass discount. No hookups, water and dump available, has two hour morning and late afternoon generator usage permitted. Narrow asphalt roads with concrete pads in a desert setting. Larger rigs need to be careful when turning into sites due to poorly placed markers or untrimmed vegetation. There are many programs in the Park making it a great place to spend longer periods of time, but after staying here many times over the years it was obvious that something or someone was very negatively affecting the morale of the numerous volunteers the Park uses. We would stay here again but hope the volunteer situation is rectified.
Rate is based on monthly rate for a 30 amp, FHU, beach view site. Beach front sites are slightly higher. It's a large park on the Sea of Cortez, less than 10 minutes from the Old Town area. Excellent security and unapproved vendors must stay on the seaward side of the seawall. Sites are small but adequate with the park being a large gravel area with parking bumpers delineating the sites. We have stayed here three times in the last four years and will continue to do so in the future.
Rate is the daily FHU rate with GS discount. Great check-in experience that included area info. Site was a back-in, but with very good access. Good facilities as this park had a blend of snowbirds and shorter term visitors. All in all, a well run park that we would again stay at the next time we are in town to pick up our insurance before entering Mexico.
Rate is the 50 amp, FHU daily rate with a SKP discount. You are escorted to your site. It was a long gravel pull-through with an easy to enter angle from the gravel road. Did not use any of the park amenities as we were just overnighting and had stopped because the nearby park we usually stay at, was full.
Our favorite La Posa area is the La Posa North area with dry camping in the desert on BLM land just south of the Rice Ranch area in Quartzsite. There are no designated sites, and only a short section of the entrance road is paved. "Roads" are are actually tracks in the native material which is a mixture of rock and dirt. It is located on US-95 just south of Quartzsite and directly across from the La Posa West LTVA. This is a fee area, 14 days are $40.00 (2009-10 season), which can be renewed. There is also a 7 month rate which is $140 (2009-10 season). While there are dumpsters for garbage, you must either leave the La Posa North LTVA for water or to dump, driving to the La Posa South LTVA, which has both water and a dump station, or going into Quartzsite to the aptly named Pit Stop. There are also water and pump-out services that will come to you location within the LTVA if you prefer.
This is dry camping in the desert on BLM land located near Imperial Dam and the Yuma Proving Ground. There are no designated sites, and while a short section of the entrance road is paved, and several other "roads" are gravel, most of the roads or tracks are native material which is mixture of rack and dirt. You can get there either by taking S-24 north from Yuma, or US-95 north from Yuma to Imperial Dam Road. This is a fee area, 14 days are $40.00 (2009-10 season), which can be renewed. There is also a 7 month rate which is $140 (2009-10 season). There is a dump station, fresh water and dumpsters. There are also restrooms near the entrance and consequently this area can get fairly crowded. If you like solitude, you have plenty of opportunities for that. One small problem is the wind, which never seems to stop blowing. You may also hear the explosions from testing at the Proving Ground on occasion. This is a great place to get away from it all without the masses of people that are typical of the Quartzsite LTVA's, but yet you are in close proximity to Yuma for shopping. We try to stay here for at least a couple of weeks each year prior to going to Quartzsite for the Big RV Show week.
Rate is FHU 50 amp daily rate, with Passport America discount. Escapees get the same discount. Gravel roads and pads. Pull through sites are wide open with no shade. Satellite reception excellent for both DirecTV and the Internet. Park Wi-Fi is excellent, and it is free. Restrooms exceptionally clean, as are the laundry facilities. Did not notice any highway noise, nor any noise from the nearby truck parking. Have free dump and water fill. We would stay here again.
Rate is FHU 50 amp daily rate with Passport America discount. Paved roads with gravel pull-through and back-in sites. Escort to site. Active snowbird type park where the indoor pool is a plus and there are a goodly number of scheduled activities. There are also some working families, but the sites are kept neat and orderly. Great value for the price and we would definitely stay here again.
Rate is Passport America rate for one night with 50 amp FHU. Park has gravel/dirt roads and pads. Sites are suitable for slide outs, but with little extra room. Park has many permanents/ long term stays. It is close to the road but highway noise was not noticeable; neither was any odor from the nearby large scale cattle/dairy operations. Experience was typical of many older Passport America parks, but for the money it was acceptable. We would stay here again.
FHU 50 amp rate is based on daily rate with Camp Club USA discount. This is 55+ snowbird resort type park. It has all the amenities anyone could want, and activities galore. Restrooms and showers are immaculate. There is easy access to park and within park. Roads are asphalt, pads gravel. It has palm trees, so no real shade, but great for satellite. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Free Wi-Fi with our short term stay, but it was Tengo and the signal varied between weak and nonexistent. We would stay here again.
Rate is based on daily FHU 50 amp rate plus electric. This is the best Escapees park we have stayed at in our four years of full timing. Wide paved roads and very large gravel pads. No trees, so satellite and cell phone reception is excellent. If you're a SKP this is a great place to stay. We will definitely stay here again.
Rate is FHU daily rate, with no discounts available. Gravel roads and pads on top of old mine tailings overlook the town and open pit mine. All sites are back-in. Satellite reception is excellent for both DirecTV and the Internet. Park Wi-Fi was excellent. Showers and restrooms were exceptionally clean. Love the fact you can walk to the heart of old Bisbee in just a couple of minutes. The road up to the park has some interesting turns, but larger RVs can negotiate it with no problems; just go slow. This was our third time staying at this park in three years, and we will stay here again.
Rate reflects standard NM State Park 30 amp electric and water charge. Sites are quite large, but privacy is at a premium due to lack of vegetation. Be aware that the wind blows all the time, just at different velocities. Very handy to Palomas, Mexico. Just park, walk across, visit The Pink Store, and it's a couple of minutes back to your RV. We have stayed here four times in the past and will definitely stay here again.
Rate is FHU 30 amp daily rate with Passport America discount. 50 amp is available for an additional charge. Gravel roads and pads. Pull through sites were of good size. Satellite reception was good for both DirecTV and the Internet; however park wi-fi was spotty. The Passport America discount made it a good value, and we would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate, no discounts available. Gravel roads and pads. Very sharp burrs are prevalent and after tracking them inside several times, we found it necessary to always remove our shoes before entering the RV. Pull through sites are very short. Satellite reception good for both DirecTV and the Internet. Park Wi-Fi was generally good, but if you need 100% connectivity, use your own. We stayed here because the other parks in town we tried were full. While we would stay here again, we would probably try another park first.
Rate is FHU 30 amp daily rate with Passport America discount. Gravel roads and sites with limited shade. Will give you a sky view site for satellite if you ask for it. Washer and dryers in office. Just down the road from a Camping World and also a large RV dealer if you need to get a RV shopping fix. Great value for the price, making for a good overnight stop convenient to Albuquerque, and we would definitely stay here again.
Rate is FHU 30 amp daily rate with Passport America discount. Gravel roads and sites. Pine trees between sites require a little consideration before parking to avoid hitting slides. Very limited restrooms and showers facilities. One for each sex outside entrance with code required. One inside the office. Washer and dryers in office. Great value for the price, making for a good overnight stop and we would definitely stay here again.
Rate is FHU 50 amp daily rate with no discounts. Gravel roads and sites. Very little shade. Off street so little traffic noise, what traffic there is in Bluff. Restrooms and showers are immaculate. A little pricey for what you get, but not much to choose from in the area. This was the third time we have stayed at this park in three years, and the reason is mostly for convenience to things we want to see in the area.
Rate is daily rate. Paved roads and sites. A truly amazing place to park your RV. The campground may not have the views, but a few minutes drive provided awe inspiring vistas. Good sized, reasonably level sites with picnic table and cover, though they can be tight if you have slides on both sides. At least half of the sites would have accommodated our 38' motorhome. We were there in the off season and had no trouble getting a good site. Be aware that there are no water hook ups. We will definitely be back to this campground.
Rate is FHU 50 amp daily rate, with Camp Club USA discount. They told us they stopped their affiliation with Passport America. Gravel roads and pads. Pull through sites are wide open with no shade. Satellite reception excellent for both DirecTV and the Internet. Park Wi-Fi was generally good, but if you need 100% connectivity, use your own. Showers and restrooms exceptionally clean. We would stay here again. This was our third time staying at this park in three years.
Daily rate is based on weekly rate paid for a two week stay. Rates are also based on length of pad. Restrooms and showers very clean. Easy access to park and within park. Roads asphalt, pads concrete. No shade, but great for satellite. Nice playground area for kids. Office staff friendly, escort to site for larger rigs and gated security. Some traffic noise due to proximity to freeway. Have warning about high water pressure and recommend regulator be used. Free Wi-Fi which dropped the signal several times, but was otherwise excellent. Made for a great base to explore the Salt Lake City area. Would definitely stay here again.
Rate is based on weekly rate. Paved roads and gravel pads and all sites are back-in. This is a snowbird park, though we also used it to store our RV for 3 1/2 months while traveling in Europe from late March through mid July. Charge for parking our RV in a regular site with no hookups for storage during that time was $60 per month. Location is great and compared to the "resorts" just down the road is a super bargain if you don't need all the amenities. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate with Good Sam Discount. Roads are asphalt and pads gravel. Appears to be an old KOA in a previous life. If you are coming in off I-84 pull straight in perpendicular to the fuel pumps, otherwise you find yourself making a sharp U-turn. Has seasonals and permanents around the outside, while the center pull thru site are for travelers. They have a good turnover every night with most people only staying for one night. Even with the trees we were able to connect to the satellite for our Internet, though many sites would not be as open. We have stayed here before and would definitely stay here again.
Rate is based on weekly rate. Roads are asphalt, pads gravel and are well spaced for a private park. We paid more for a water front site and concur with the previous poster about the description being a bit deceptive. When we arrived there were very few occupied sites and the one we were assigned was neither level, nor were we able to connect to the satellite for our Internet. We had specifically asked for a site with a clear view of the southern sky so this was disappointing. While the staff was very accommodating in correcting this problem, it is not a park that we will stay at in the future.
Rate is Passport America rate. Older park with gravel roads and pads. Access to our pull through site was across the grass. Width of site due to placement of utilities and a nearby tree made for a cautious entry to the site. Lots of large shade trees meant it was very pleasant to sit outdoors, but meant no satellite connection. Wi-Fi was available, though it was somewhat spotty, maybe because we were as far away from the office as possible. Experience was typical of many older Passport America parks, but for the money was acceptable. We would stay here again.
Rate is daily rate with Good Sam discount. Park is on a I-90 frontage road, so was easy to find with good signs. While it wasn't a problem, but the entrance gate to park could be a little wider. Roads and pads are gravel. As we were checking in they noticed our satellite dish which is in the center of our coach, and changed us to a more suitable site. Felt this was a very nice touch. Site appeared to be freshly graveled and park was very well maintained, plus our satellite reception was excellent. Would stay here again.
Rate is based on weekly rate. Narrow asphalt roads and very narrow concrete sites. Our site was in the upper section and we had to get one neighbor to move there vehicle and another to retract their awning, which hung out over our pad in order to pull in. Strange water hookup in a recessed box. We were here because of a service appointment at a nearby specialty RV repair shop. Would not stay here again unless under the same circumstances, and then would make sure to get one the sites located across from the office.
Rate is Passport America rate. We stayed two weeks at this rate, and stayed several times in the past. Roads are mostly gravel as well as pads. Sites are a good size and wide open so excellent satellite reception. They had a special bring a dish Labor Day Barbecue where the park supplied the meat and drinks. Free Wi-Fi was very dependable. All sites are pull thru with the exception of one end row which seemed to be full of seasonals. We will definitely stay here again the next time we are through the area.
Rate is Passport America Rate. Agree with the other posts about the sites being a little short, but since this is our third time staying here, it certainly hasn't proved to be much of a problem. Besides it's a great value at the Passport America rate, and if it's the right time of the year, Hermiston melons and sweet onions can't be beat. We will definitely stay here again.
Rate is daily rate with Escapees discount. Roads are asphalt, pads concrete. Nice wide sites with multiple hookup locations. Has traffic noise from nearby roads, but unless you spend all your time outside, is not that generally noticeable. Enjoyed their Lewis and Clark sidewalk, and also the great service at their office when we arrived without a reservation on a busy weekend when we discovered another nearby park we had planned to stay at was full. While it is certainly not a resort in the fullest sense of the term, it suited our needs and we would stay here again.
Rate is based on weekly rate. We stayed for one week exploring the town and area which has many interesting attractions. Easy access, and well signed with asphalt roads and pads, though they do request you use blocks under your jacks. Have both 30 and 50 amp sites. No trees but satellite and cell phone reception is excellent. I-90 is near the park, as well as a small truck stop, but we didn't find it bothersome. Restrooms and showers nice and clean. Appreciated the discount for fuel that you get when checking in. We would definitely stay here again
Rate is daily rate, no discounts. Gravel roads and pads. Sites are fairly wide, but wide open and no shade. Satellite reception excellent for both DirecTV and the Internet. Showers and restrooms exceptionally clean. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects the FHU daily rate with Good Sam discount. Roads and pads are gravel. While the park is definitely on a hill, the sites are level, with 30 amp electric. Even though the sewer outlet at our site was in an awkward location, the fabulous view out the front window more than made up for the small inconvenience. Park was great as a base from which to explore the east side of Glacier NP. Did not use restrooms or showers, but be advised they are down at the bottom of the hill by the office. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects midweek senior discount. Sites ranged from secluded in the trees to wide open with sweeping vistas. We choose the latter as we were here to enjoy the Oregon Trail experience. Our site was easy to back into in our 38' MH, but the electric hookup, 30 amp, was at the rear of the passenger side and the water hookup was on the passenger side, however the site was level and quite wide. Sites that were reserved were well marked and we had no trouble picking an open site. We would stay here again.
Widely spaced sites with no trees, but each site has a covered picnic table. Roads and pads are asphalt and are long enough for larger rigs. We had no problem with our 38' MH and toad. Restrooms and showers were clean, maybe the previous poster was just there on a bad day, or Utah State Parks read their review. The Park host was quite friendly and was around to collect, saving us from going back out to the entrance to deposit our envelope and payment. Allow washing of your RV, which needed done when a wind storm blew through. Would stay here again.