Typical gravel parking lot we have seen through BC and the Yukon. Hook ups worked OK. Wi-Fi was a bit weak. CG is right on the road but separated by a row of trees. Noise isn't too bad. Didn't check out the no hook up sites on the hill. Vehicle wash was a $1 for 3 minutes wash time. That is about the usual rate we have seen. 3 cent/Liter discount on fuel at the park for staying in the park. Easy in/out. Would use it again. This worked out OK. Whitehorse is kind of a neat little town. Worth a full day if you are into history. Visitor Center is very nice. Would stay here again.
Doesn't amount to much. We had a pull through that was suppose to have hook ups (ones we didn't want). Well you couldn't reach them because they were at least a 100' away. They put us in a site with trees. It would have been nice enough, but the limbs hung down below our roof. I had to get on the roof and lift the limbs so we could get in and out. Showers and restrooms didn't look inviting at all. Cinnamon biscuits were good, but not worth $5 each. The wife and I split one. I would go down the road t next time.
Nearly the only game in town. Expensive gravel parking lot. Kept one slide in and definitely no awning here. More room at a Walmart (none here). A few TV channels which were clear. Wi-Fi weak but useable. Showers were OK. Would plan the next trip to skip this park if I could. The sign thing is the only interesting thing in town and that isn't that interesting. Northern Light Center is $10/person for 50 min film, not worth it. So...pass Watson Lake if you can. Money is CAD with GoodSam discount.
The park only about 150 yards from I-90. But road noise wasn't a factor. Probably because of the wind direction. The railroad was even closer but I only saw one train a day at most. Too bad, I like trains. Sites are as described by others. They only have three 50A sites and we couldn't get one. I could only run one A/C on 30A. Showers were clean but very dated. Rate is Passport America. I would only stay here for that rate, not the full price. Quick drive to Rapid City. Good RV service just up the road at Mid-State RV. Be prepared for windy conditions in this area.
This is a basic campground on US89 on the northwest side of Flag. We had site 17 which was plenty long enough for our 40'er and car. It was a little narrow. We couldn't put the provided picnic table next to our coach. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We stayed 2 nights to look around Flagstaff. All sites are in the ponderosa pines which makes it very "campground" like instead of RV park. Noise from busy US89 was not too distracting. I could get only one English speaking TV channel and about 4 Spanish channels. I only gave it a 6 because it is very basic. I would stay here again when visiting Flagstaff.
Agree with previous reviews. We had site 54 and it was quite large. It was only slightly out of level. Wi-Fi went from good to none and back again. Nice red rock to the northeast. Streets are wide. Would stay here again for sure. Base GS rate was $25 for FHU. Add $3 for cable TV.
We were happy with this campground. It is more a campground with amenities than an RV park. Our site, 23 was long plenty long and wide for our 40'er and car; and not too out of level. Plenty wide too. We put blocks under our jacks and the tires on one side were off the ground. But it was fine. We had 2 trees which was very nice. It is all red sand as one would expect for this area. Probably a mess when it rains. Price includes tax and 10% discount. Would stay here again for sure. You are surrounded by red rock which we love. Indoor pool looked good too. Small store has some convenience items.
As others have noted the park is well maintained and the WiFi works well. They want people to pick up after pets but there were piles of dog skat in our site and the one next door. Not the owners fault. The trees are nice but the sites are small. We have a 40 footer and could not get a pull through. The site we got was very hard to get into. The owner escorted us to our site and helped us get into it. Because of the tight spaces, I would look elsewhere. Nice park for smaller rigs.
We camped here to visit Cheyenne. It was fine. We don't care about activities. Staff was very nice. We have been there twice. It is very close to I25 with easy access. It is about 100yds or less to I25. The railroad operates across the road. But they don't run many trains. Would use it again.
This park is ok and is well discribed by the previous poster. We had to steal a table from a vacant site though. The free buffet was very good. They have free coffee in the office. There is a shuttle to the casino, but it is only a short walk from the park. There is a very steep grade going down to the casino. So if you walk, be in shape. Some of the concrete slabs are slightly cracked and some sites have trees. We were assigned a site. We asked for 30A ($22.50)(50A $27.50) and were put at the far end of the park. Nice spot but the WiFi was intermittant at best. WiFi improved when the sites between us and the office emptied out Sunday night. It is easy on/off I-20 and about 4 miles from the Civil War Military Park. The railroad tracks were about 100 yards from our site and below a retaining wall I think. But I like trains so no problem. They don't run that many. Would stay here again. The staff was very nice as were all the folks we met in the area. Southern hospitality for sure. Nice little town too. Very easy town to get around. Take the Blue and Red Vicksburg, as it drives around town.
Park is nice. Staff (owners?) were very friendly and helpful. Our site was a nice size (30' wide) and easy to get into. Had escort to site. Lots of road noise from Cerrillos Rd. that is really busy. There are large, mature trees and landscaping in the campground it nice. Nicely kept property. WiFi was good at our site (T6). I did think the rate was a bit high even with AARP discount. But, would stay again.
This RV park was sold in 2006. It was suppose to be developed but the new owner is having permit problems. He reopened it in May 2007 as the Moose-Wilson Campground. It is treed but the sites are tight. Through no fault of his own, he is not really too knowledgeable about running a campground. But he is trying. The staff is also inexperienced. I suspect he will close the campground as soon as he gets the permits to develop the area. But with Teton Co., who knows when that will happen. There are few options in Jackson Hole for full hookup camping. I suggest reservations for the high season June - mid-Sept. Perhaps even later.
We camped here under PA. The sites were HUGE. This had been a trailer park at one time. That's why the sites were so large. It was an easy walk over to the Ft. Bridger Historical Site. The owners were nice and the campground was fine. We actually added a couple of days to our planned stay. It would be a good deal at full price but it was a REAL bargain using PA. Would definitely stay there again.
This is a nice little campground. The park is located about .5 miles east of the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park. The owners are extremely nice. The sites on the hill are extremely large and have a great view of the mountains to the east. These sites are all gravel. There are trees scattered around the sites on the lower level. These sites are gravel with a grassy area. The restrooms have just been re-done. The showers were a bit strange but tolerable. There are only 2 showers per restroom. Our pull-thru site was not very level front to back or side to side. There was complimentary coffee at 9AM and popcorn while office was open. The office hours were short because it was off season. They have a nice lounge area with a TV, games and reading material. The TV is bounced off of a private booster antenna. So one must have a functioning TV antenna to get reception which was good. The WiFi signal was strong at our site and reasonably fast. We were there using Passport America and had an 30A electric/water only site. These folks bought the place in 1999. It looks like they have made a lot of improvements. We would stay there again for sure.
This is a nice campground right on the Durango and Silverton tracks. The sites are fairly good size with large trees trimmed so they don't damage your RV. The restrooms on the lower level were closed. The ones behind the office were up a steep walk. Not a problem for us though. Our sewer hookup was a long distance from our RV's outlet. The other hookups were within reach. Our cable TV hookup didn't work so we used the one in the empty site next to us. It's only mid-April and I suspect they are trying to catch up on maintenance. I didn't not find the owners to be very friendly. Too many years of dealing with campers I guess. Campground has some nice views to the north and east. We would stay there again. We chose a pull-thru 30A site. Above price included tax. There are no discounts given.
We stayed here a week so we could visit Algodones, MX for dental work. The park is nice. We were on the north side of the park against the fence. Area for our rig was a bit narrow with the slides. Each site has a tree which made it challenging to get into. But I'm not a good backer. The back of our rig faced the railroad tracks. THIS WAS BY OUR CHOICE. I'm a train nut and love to watch trains. This was a great spot for it. I could sit in the rig and watch trains. This is a 55+ park. Many folks were very friendly. They introduced themselves and chatted. If I were going to winter in Yuma, this might be the place for me. Lots of activities for all. The have a card room, exercise room, activities hall, pool, whirlpool, library and billiards room. They have DVDs, VHS tapes and books you can borrow. They have a computer setup for you to use for internet or games. They also have a modem line. The one down side is there is a high charge for WiFi and you can't get it all over the park. Lots of seasonals. But they made it fun. Close enough to Yuma to be convenient without being in town. But we enjoyed our stay.
This was a nice park. We started with 2 nights and ended up doing 4. The restroom/showers were closed for the season as were the pool and some of the sites. The laundry was nice and reasonably priced. They have a fenced dog run that most folks didn't appear to use. They preferred to use the lawn of the apartments behind the park. Sites are gravel and most have a nice sized tree. The park is sandwiched between two streets. So you get some road noise. But it wasn't objectionable at all at our site. We used it as a base to visit Zion Nat. Park, Pipe Springs Nat. Monument, Pink Coral Sands State Park and Staircase Escalante Nat. Monument. Folks in town seemed nice. The owners were nice as well. Would use it again.
We liked this park. It is 14 years old an well kept. They had Xmas decorations all over the place for the Grand Canyon Railways Polar Express trips. It was festive. The owner (wife) was VERY nice. They have a continental breakfast included that was great. Sites are good sized, gravel and reasonably level. Our site 8, backed up to the Grand Canyon Railway. The Polar express made 3 round trips that evening. It was a convenient drive to town. Would stay again for sure.
This park is right on I80. It is conveniently located and on Foothill Blvd. from the Rt. 191 south exit (99). It's a good spot for a one nighter. It is basically a limestone parking lot with hookups. The staff was very nice. We chose an electric only site for our one night stay. If you are coming south on 191 from Jackson/Pinedale, Stagecoach Rd is not marked. Stagecoach is on the right, exactly across from the west bound I80 exit 104. Would use it again if we need to stay in Rock Springs.
We chose an electric/water only site because we were only going to be there 2 nights. That turned into 4 nights. But the restroom/shower area looked like it had just been re-finished. It was beautifully done with tile everywhere. Sites are large, reasonably level limestone base with a picnic table. Roads are paved and the place looks well kept. There seems to be a number of seasonals. But that is never and issue with us. Their sites were well kept too. The office staff was friendly. They have a few RV supplies and some snacks. They are close to the interstate but not close enough for noise to be a factor. It is easy on/off the interstate. James Robb State Park is right across the street. I think it's a better deal. We paid $26 electric/water. We could have had FHU for $25 in the state park. If you camp at the state park a site is about $20. But you must pay a $5/vehicle daily use fee unless you have an annual pass. But the sites are beautiful. Monument was ok. But if I were in the area again, I'd stay at James Robb State Park.
We thought this was quite a bargain using Passport America. It was $13.08/night with tax. The shower/restroom was dated but clean. The laundry was also clean. Our site, 22, was an end site about 30' wide and 35' long. It has trees and grass on both sides and a picnic table. I noticed some sites did not have a table. We hit level spots so no boards were required. The 8 big rig sites are just limestone with hook ups. Not as nice as the main area. We were originally suppose to go into site 20. But the nice lady at the desk said we couldn't get WiFi from there. When I said I liked WiFi at the rig, she changed our site. The place wasn't full so that was no problem. But keep in mind WiFi can't be gotten at all sites. Some sites are also much shorter than ours. The views to the southwest, out our back window, were of the red cliffs. To the east we could see the snow covered La Sal mountains. Great views. There were trees scattered around the property. We initially signed up for 5 days but ended up adding 2 more. We like this place and would certainly stay there again. This is an RV park, not a resort. But we certainly liked it. We would definitely stay here again. I suggest reservations during high season. The lady said they were turning people away up until early October. There is a restaurant and fuel within a mile on Rt 191. I didn't see any signs that one could rent a horse.