This park is very chaotic on weekends. Noisy ATVs and weekend partying at campsites going on too late in the evening. There are many older permanent units, which look trashy. We are here on month long stay. We would not stay here again.
This is a very nice RV Park. Each site is has a concrete patio with patio table and chairs provided. Hurray! Didn't have to unload our chairs. The breakfast buffet was very good. Not sure what happened with a previous reviewer, but we had excellent friendly service. Our drink glasses were always full. The price is reasonable. We would eat there again for sure. My only disappointment was in the WIFI. It kept fading out. We were in site 1496 so maybe too far from the WIFI poles. They have a nice big dog run. If you are bothered by dogs peeing near campsites, get over it! Most RVer's have dogs and are very good about picking up solid waste and only allow their dogs to pee in vacant sites. We will come back to Lazy Days. There is so much to see in Tucson!
This is for Elks members only, but I post this review to make Elks aware that the electric is 30 amp only. They will lend you a converter plug if you need one. The club website says 50 amp. But the Elks travel book is correct, at 30 Amp.
We enjoyed this park. It isn't fancy but it is comfortable. The new owners are welcoming. There are a couple of apartments on site with long term tenants. The tenants were very nice and helpful. The town of Panguitch is very charming and we were sorry we hadn't been able to stay longer and explore more. The only negative is that their pull through sites are very tight to get into for big rigs. The owner felt we could pull in without disconnecting our tow vehicle but we could see this would not work. It was a challenge to get just our forty foot coach in. The sites are wide enough but that access road is just too narrow.
Glad the previous review was available as we hadn't realized that the Provo Elks Lodge had RV sites. We had trouble finding it because it sits back off University Ave. You must enter between the KFC and Al's Barbecue. This is a tight turn but doable even in a forty foot motorhome. This is a very nice and friendly club. Their Friday night dinners are very good: full menu. The special tonight was prime rib and our meal for two cost about $24. Very nice service. The RV sites are wide but just on a paved lot, nothing fancy. We would come back.
I would agree with previous reviews that this park is a gem. The wine in the gift shop is Idaho wine, not Oregon. The prices are reasonable so we got two bottles. I was a little worried coming down the street to the park because we passed a run down trailer park which I thought might be Country RV Village. Happily it was not. This park is well manicured with plenty of space between sites. We would stay here again!
This as other Elks Clubs, is for members only. We tried all day the day before we were going to arrive, to check on RV parking availability. The phone was NEVER answered by a human. We even tried member phone numbers listed on their website. Same issue, answering machine but this one had full voicemail so you couldn't even leave a message. So we thought we would just show up as it isn't far off the I-15. Both sites were taken. We won't try this lodge again. We had to come farther south to look for another RV park. Options around the Salt Lake City area are not great for even regular RV parks!
I would agree with all previous comments. The park Wi-Fi was weak for us and we were camped near the restroom. Verizon signal not real strong here either but our Verizon MiFi worked better for us than the Park Wi-Fi. We would stay here again.
Nice clean park, level paved sites with grassy area between. As others have said: go to second left to turn in. There is a small white sign in the middle traffic island advising this. The access road is Stanfield Ave. It is easy to spot. You may have to negotiate around the departing semis but we just drove slowly through the scales to accomplish this. We picked up our self registration envelope and the hosts were around quickly to pick it up. This rate reflects Good Sam price. Good Verizon signal here.
Price reflects Thousand Trails Membership. We have been here several times and like this park. We have always stayed on the north side. However, when we return later in the summer, we will try out the south side, in hopes that there will be fewer kids running about and zipping past on their bikes. We don't mind the kids but they drive our dogs crazy. The south side has the adult lodge and no pool. The sites there seem roomy. There is great Verizon signal here.
Great channel selection on their cable. Wi-Fi okay. Verizon signal good. This park is good for a night or two. It almost directly across the street from the Tillamook Cheese Factory, a must stop for us to enjoy some delicious ice cream. There is an RV repair and accessory store on the same side of the highway as the park. They have a good variety of accessories. We will purchase some new floor vents from them today. (Closed yesterday as it was Sunday.) This is not a fancy park but it is clean and safe.
Our rate included the Good Sam discount. This is a nice park. All sites are pull through. Most are concrete. There is a nice little store here. The reception man was very nice to us. We are here on a very windy day and glad to be off the road. We may stay another night and look around Hawthorne. We would stay here again.
New owners recently took over this park. They were very friendly and welcoming when we checked in. There is a worker to guide you to you site and help you park if you need it. Sites are level and have small patios. We camped here for a small rally and we were very happy with this park. Our group was able to use the clubhouse for a meal and happy hour. Other campers were very friendly to us. Yes you can hear some freeway noise but it wasn't that bad. There are railroad tracks nearby but it seems like many RV parks are near railroad tracks. Train noise wasn't a problem. We would stay here again and have a rally here again. Our two dogs have been happy here as well.
This RV Park was great just as the other reviews have said. Next time we pass through we hope to stay longer. Be sure to tell them when you check in how many pets you have--dogs get a little gift bag. Our rate was based on the FMCA discount.
If you decide to camp here and are towing a vehicle behind your motorhome, disconnect your towed vehicle just after you enter the gate. The 2 mile drive on a gravel/dirt road got our hitch and car very dirty. Campsites are not level as previously stated and trees on either side prevented us from being able to use our awning. We also had to park very far forward on the site to be able to put out our slides. We did enjoy seeing the deer, antelope and jackrabbits very close to the roadway. There are warnings about keeping the trash bins closed due to bears. So be careful about walking pets after dark. If you like to do sport shooting there are many venues for that here.
The sites here are well spaced and staggered so that you aren't looking directly at the RV next to you. We stayed near the tree canopy but on the edge so satellite reception was easy. The owners live on site and are the managers. They have to be the nicest owners we've encountered. We watched one of the owners helping people park in the midst of a rain storm. We plan to come back here next summer and stay longer. The park is well maintained and a very peaceful and relaxing place to be.
We felt this was a fair price for a 50 amp hook-up. We were not charged extra for our tow vehicle since we are just staying over night and will not be going in and out of the gate with it. There seems to be a lot of pull through sites. We felt this was good for over night spot even though it's about 8 miles off the highway. It is windy here this afternoon. Not sure if that is typical weather.
The rate we paid is based on the monthly rate. We have spent two months here. The park is clean and well managed. Yolanda who works in the office is just terrific. Sites are big with concrete patios and adequate parking for a tow vehicle plus more if needed. There is a wide variety of activities, a lovely computer lab, movie night, craft room, wood working room and a fitness room. If you like to play Mah Jongg, this the place to visit! The players here are very welcoming and friendly. We hope to spend three months here next summer. There are many park models, but RVers are made to feel very welcome.
This park is at a slightly higher elevation than Albuquerque so the temperatures are nicer in the summer months. The staff was friendly and helpful. We were sent to the upper level which is fine but the turns are tight. We should have disconnected our tow vehicle before coming to our campsite. Trying to carefully negotiate a turn we caught one of our motor home tires on one of the large rocks that are along the roadway. A new tire will be required--costly. We stayed here on our RPI membership for $10 a night. We would stay here again. But we recommend disconnecting your toad, if you have one, at the Chevron station before entering the campground.
The management is very friendly and helpful. The woman who checked us in took time to give us a map of Taos and marked several important sites on the map. There is a small convenience store that is nicely stocked and clean. The campsites are level. It was cool while we were here so lack of trees wasn't an issue for us. There are a couple of long term campers but their sites are neatly maintained. We would stay here again.
We stayed here last summer with a Happy Camper discount rate. This year we no longer had that membership so paid the regular rate less Good Sam Discount. The owner/manager is very nice. The sites are tight for our 40 ft. motor home. We are near the Arena where a rodeo is to take place the next three days so there is some livestock corralled but flies aren't a problem for us. We might try another RV park in town because some look more inviting and their rates are about the same as here.
No frills but helpful host. Nice long pull throughs. Wi-Fi works very well. Verizon Cell phone doesn't work here. But that isn't the park's problem. We stayed two nights. At this time of year 50 amp hook-up is a must. Folks who live in the desert need their air conditioning!!!