Friendly staff. Good hookups. Our site was on the pavement with grass. Each site has a fire ring, table and small trees. Some of the sites have dirt or gravel parking with grass. The only complaint we had was the disposal of garbage. It is a garbage truck parked in the storage area. No re-cycling. The rate was AOR with extra for 50 amp charge.
I was not expecting much because of the prior reviews so I was surprised. There are quite a few older rigs that look permanent but the park isn't so bad. The staff went out of the way to find a spot that was satellite friendly and when the only spot was 30 amp they came around and changed it out to 50 amp. We were here under NACC so the fee was $12.00 plus $2.00 for 50 amp. We would use this park again.
This is a Thousand Trails park. There is 52 power/electric only, 16 power/water/cable, 4 power,water,sewer. There are tent sites. Most of the rentals have been removed. The sites are very close together. The club house had a foundation problem and half of it had to be removed. They could not get the permit to rebuild due to the building being so close to the water storage tank. The women's restroom for the most part was kept pretty clean. Lot's of sand on the floor and in the showers. The men's bathroom was not kept as clean. Electric was good if we were careful. The dump station is located right before you exit the park so if you had to use it it would be hard for a big rig to make the turn to come back into the park. No close grocery stores so come prepared. It has beach access with a short walk. We probably will skip this park next time in this area.
The staff was friendly and the park is clean. We camped here under ROD. Busy this time of the year and the choice of satellite friendly sites were limited. The view out the front window was the large dumpster with the lid open and it was full. The lodge is beautiful and the adult lodge upstairs has a wonderful workout area, great pool table and a nice quiet sitting room with books. They have a nice area for watching the big screen TV downstairs where they serve a Saturday breakfast and cinnamon rolls on Sunday. We will come back again.
We had not been back to this park in some time and as all of the Thousand Trails Parks they are in need of some TLC. The sites are for the most part in the trees with some privacy between sites. The brush and the blackberry bushes are taking over in many of the sites. There aren't many sites marked on the map that are satellite friendly. We lucked out in site 186 directly across from a restroom, and we received both internet and TV. One downside is there aren't many sewer sites, and they are mainly in the woods away from both lodges. The lodges are very nice with great views of the water. New spa just opened 8/1 in the family lodge. The showers were clean, but they are in need of some work, new tile, paint, etc. Water was nice and hot. The area is fantastic lots of things to do and places to explore.
We love this park, but most of our favorite sites had bags over the electric posts. We asked ,and it is unknown, if they will be able to get them fixed. Not only is the electric outdated but according to PG&E the park is at the end of a supply grid and can not supply more electric to the park. Most of the restrooms were clean but very worn. We will come back but not for any extended stay.
Our site was not bad it was on a corner. Good satellite service, but not the cell phone. We did find some service by the pool. Some sites are very close especially if you have slide outs. The dust during a wind was unbelievable. It is close to Zion, and Bryce is not that far away.
This is a membership park and one of our favorites. It is on the Verde River with a resident eagle seen just about every day. There are 3 main sections with trails connecting them. They are putting in cabins and extended stay sites. We like this park because it is close to Sedona and Jerome.
There is a lot to see and do in the area but not in the park. They built a new section for park models or your RV and it doesn't look like they have any building or site requirements. Some places look very trashy. Childern are welcome here but there isn't anything to do for them to do in the park.
This park at first glance looks like a parking lot but the staff are great. They have lots of activities planned during the week from the liars club meeting for coffee to outings to a casino or the weekly hikes.