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03/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
We were here over Easter break and could not get a site in the newer area which has FHU sites more suitable to big rigs. We were in older part of campground. We had a large site, but the roads are a bit narrow. If we come back, we would only stay in the newer section. We had a 50 amp water and electric site only which backed up to the lake and had nice views. Too many trees to put out our satellite. This is a pretty park with lots of trees and pretty views. We would definitely stay here again in the newer section.
03/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate was Good Sam price. Close to Memphis and right on the Mississippi River. We enjoyed watching barges go up and down river. Gravel roads. We were in new sites for fifth wheels right along the river with concrete pads and FHU 50 amp service and great views out the back window. Free wi-fi, slow but adequate. This is the only place we've ever stayed with free laundry and the machines were excellent. It rained quite a bit before we arrived and the park was quite wet and muddy.
03/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate was Good Sam price. We had a FHU 50 amp pull through site. Some back in sites available right along the river. This is a small city owned RV park right on the Arkansas River in downtown Little Rock. Right across the street from farmer's market, Clinton Library and downtown. Great walking and biking trails go right through the campground. Clean and safe area. Little Rock had lots of things to see including state capitol. We would definitely stay here again.
04/2014
rating [ 6/10 ]
The rate is Good Sam pricing. We had a FHU 50 amp site. Some sites are water and electric only. This is basically a large gravel parking lot with one main road down the middle and back-in only sites along both sides. Free wi-fi and cable worked okay. Bathrooms and laundry were nice and clean. Park next to RV park with hiking and biking trails. We felt it was very overpriced for what it was.
04/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate is Passport America price for one night. Just north of Kansas City about five miles from I-29. We had a FHU 50 amp pull through site. Roads were paved, site was gravel. Decent spacing between sites. Free cable and wi-fi advertised. We did not try cable, but wi-fi did not work at our site. Airport nearby with planes flying low. Bathrooms were great.
01/2014
rating [ 6/10 ]
Price is based on monthly stay. Stayed here for a month to visit New Orleans and have a place to leave RV while taking a cruise out of New Orleans. There are not many decent affordable RV parks in the area. This park is not in the best neighborhood, but is only 5 miles from the French Quarter. It is owned by a very nice couple who live on site. Entire park is fenced with a security gate at night. We felt safe here. Not a big place with a row of sites along each side of road. Road and all sites are gravel. Full hookup 50 amp with free Wi-Fi. Nice hot tub and swimming pool, although pool was not heated in winter.
03/2014
rating [ 9/10 ]
Price reflects weekly rate. Very nice campground about 10 miles north of Florida Panhandle beaches. Some sites are along a river with nice views. RV sites and cottages available to rent. Roads are paved and all sites have concrete pads and patios with picnic table and fire ring. Very nice enclosed swimming pool open April through October. This park is only a few years old so everything is nice and new. All is very well maintained. Bathrooms are excellent. Boat launch for boaters and fishermen. Free Wi-Fi and cable, both work well.
03/2014
rating [ 6/10 ]
Price reflects Passport America rate. We stayed one night on our way from Alabama to Florida Panhandle. Full 50 amp hookup gravel pull-through site. Sites are very long and spacious. Gravel roads. Lots of pine trees so satellite signal may be difficult. Free and fast Wi-Fi. Very friendly lady in office. Activities for children.
03/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Beautiful state park in the heart of Destin. Campground is within walking distance of beach. Very large RV sites, some are pull-throughs. Sites are 50 amp and water, no sewer. Somewhat wooded so may not get satellite TV reception at all sites. Nice walking trails and boardwalk to beach. This park is the best maintained park we have ever been at. Everything is immaculate. Bathrooms were fantastic. Would have given this park a 10 if they had sewer and Wi-Fi.
03/2014
rating [ 4/10 ]
Price reflects Passport America rate for 7 nights. There is no limit on how many nights you can use PA. Made this reservation eight months before arriving and was told we would have a pull-through site. We weren't sure how long we were going to stay, so they suggested to make reservation for a month and anything over two weeks and two days would be less expensive at monthly rate. We arrived on Sunday and office was closed. They left map for us with our site number. It was a back in site at the back of the park where we were squeezed in between a few other campers. Lots of old run down mobile homes in back of park. Roads are gravel and full of put holes. Sites are dirt and grass with some gravel here and there. Super dirty if it rains. After seeing where we were placed, we decided to only stay a week. First they tried to make us forfeit our $100 deposit for changing reservation even though they were the ones who suggested to make the reservation for a month. When we wouldn't accept that, they tried to charge us a $10 change fee. When we started arguing they didn't charge us any extra. What a rip off!! Looks like no money is put back into park. It was full during our stay over spring break. Most sites looked to have snowbirds who stayed for entire winter. Only saving grace to this place is it is only 1/2 mile from the beach. They did have a decent looking pool and a small tiki bar behind office with free entertainment two nights a week. Free Wi-Fi and cable did not work at our site. Very wooded so difficult if you have satellite TV. Restrooms were old and dingy, not very clean. Decent laundry room.
01/2014
rating [ 3/10 ]
Price is Passport America rate. We stayed here to visit the Wildlife Refuge in the area. Park is right next to I-10 so easy access for passing through. However, there is traffic noise. There were several wild cats roaming around. Most sites are down steep hill. We stayed at some pull-through sites on the top across from office. Gravel roads and grassy, muddy sites. FHU 30 amp site where we were. Free decent wi-fi. Nice laundry. We were there for three days and twice during that time they turned off the power and water for some work they were doing without any warning.
01/2014
rating [ 9/10 ]
Price reflects weekly rate. Park is right across the street from Gulf beaches. Full 50 amp hookup paved and level pull-through sites. Paved roads. Very nice park with two pools which were closed in the winter. Huge enclosed hot tub which was wonderful in the cooler weather. Park also has a pond and a mini-golf course. Free Wi-Fi, which worked okay, and free cable.
12/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Rate reflects weekly rate. FHU 50 amp paved site. Paved roads. Sites are somewhat narrow. Clean and well maintained. Free Wi-Fi, but did not work entire week we were there. They were supposedly upgrading it. Large flea market next door on weekends. Good location for visiting Houston area.
12/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Price reflects Good Sam discount. Full 50 amp hookup, level site with concrete pad and paved roads. Sites are somewhat narrow. Free Wi-Fi. Next door to huge flea market on weekends. Great place to stop near Dallas area for a few days. Nice and inexpensive laundry. Had a nice looking pool, but was closed during winter.
02/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
Beautiful state park a mile from Gulf beaches. FHU 50 amp site. Free Wi-Fi, but did not work well when park was full. Paved roads and site with patio, picnic table and grill. Sites are huge. Beautiful setting with some sites backing up to a small lake. Miles of hiking and biking paths. Nature center, activities building, small store. They take monthly reservations in winter so difficult to get into without making reservation well in advance. This has been one of the nicest places we have stayed.
02/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate is weekly rate. Very nice park about a few miles from the Gulf Shore beaches and Biloxi casinos. Paved roads and sites with FHU 50 amp service and a bench/picnic table at each site. Some pull-through sites are a bit short for RV and vehicle. Nice pool, but not heated. Free Wi-Fi and cable, but Wi-Fi was very slow. Very well maintained and landscaped park. There are curbs at the end of each site which made parking a bit tricky. Nice laundry room. No planned activities, but they did have a free lunch on Saturday.
01/2014
rating [ 7/10 ]
Price is two nights at $17.50 Passport America and one night at $31.50 Good Sam rate. Convenient location off of I-10 behind a truck stop and motel. Some noise from highway and trains, but not bad. Paved road and gravel and grass pull-through sites. Good size sites, full 50 amp hookups. Free Wi-Fi, but a bit slow. Great spot for an overnight or a few nights while on the road. Nearby city of Rayne had interesting frog statues and murals. Cute place to spend an hour or two.
02/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate is based on monthly rate and does not include electric. It is a convenient centrally located park in Port Aransas within walking distance to the channel, gulf beaches, and downtown shops and restaurants. We had a FHU 50 amp paved back in site. Roads are paved and fairly wide. Wi-fi was available at an extra charge. Sites are pretty close together, but nothing different than many RV parks. There was a small clubhouse with a nice laundry area. The pool was open, but water was very cold. There was also a hot tub with a cover similar to what you would have in your backyard. We never saw anyone use either the pool or hot tub. There are a few activities offered. Calling this a resort is stretching it. Overall, we did enjoy our stay due to the convenient location. Park was very clean. We would stay here again.
03/2013
rating [ 5/10 ]
Conveniently located near San Antonio. FHU 50 amp pull through site on grass. Free decent wi-fi. This is a bare bones park. No bathhouse. There is a single bathroom available in a mobile home that they are using as a "clubhouse". A few pay washers and dryers available in a garage, but were not clean and I would not use them. The lady at check in was very nice and gave us tourist information for the area and a good tip on inexpensive parking in San Antonio. A one mile gravel road to access campground. We would probably not stay here again.
03/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
We had purchased the Texas State Park annual pass for $70 which gave us four 1/2 price camping nights. Without the pass, there is an additional day use fee of between $4 and $8 per person per day which makes the camping rates at the state parks too high. We had site #14, a water and 50 amp electric paved pull-through level site. The site was nice and large and we were able to get a satellite signal. This is a very nice and quiet park during the week. Great hiking and biking trails that would be better if they were marked more clearly. Beautiful, natural setting with two waterfalls. Very nice and clean bathrooms.
03/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
We had purchased the Texas State Park annual pass for $70 which gave us four 1/2 price camping nights. Without the pass, there is an additional day use fee of between $4 and $8 per person per day which makes the camping rates at the state parks too high. Our site was #6, a FHU 50 amp paved back in site. There are some low hanging branches to watch out for in the park. Sites and roads are tight for big rigs. There was free wi-fi available, but it was quite slow. This is a great location for visiting Hill Country attractions including the Johnson historical sites. Swimming is available in the river.
03/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Rate is Passport America. Site was FHU 30 amp and was a good size. The free wi-fi did not work at our site. Cable TV was available at an extra charge. There was a nice swimming pool. The campground is on a river, but only rental cottages have a river view. We would stay here again.
03/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
We had purchased the Texas State Park annual pass for $70, which gave us four 1/2 price camping nights. Without the pass, there is an additional day use fee of between $4 and $8 per person per day which makes the camping rates at the state parks too high. Our site #34 was a back-in FHU 30 amp site in a valley area. Many trees with some low hanging branches to watch out for. No satellite reception and very poor cell reception. Some sites have a lake view. This park is quite far from the highway and rather secluded, which makes it a quiet area. However, we were there Easter weekend so all sites were full. Also, we had some noisy neighbors with barking dogs they allowed to roam off leash. Nice clean bathrooms. Some hiking trails.
04/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
We had purchased the Texas State Park annual pass for $70 which gave us four 1/2 price camping nights. Without the pass, there is an additional day use fee of between $4 and $8 per person per day which makes the camping rates at the state parks too high. We had a water and 50 amp electric paved pull-through site overlooking a lake. This is a very nice park with a swimming beach and many hiking and biking trails including one very nice paved trail. Very nice and clean bathrooms. We would have given this park a 10 rating if there was sewer at the sites and if they didn't charge the day use fee in addition to the camping fees.
04/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Rate is Passport America. We had a FHU 50 amp pull-through site, fairly level. Nice clean campground next to a golf course. Free Wi-Fi worked well. Laundry was only $1 each to wash and dry. Office staff very nice. A few miles off the highway, but well worth it. We would definitely stay here again.
04/2013
rating [ 2/10 ]
Rate is Passport America. We stayed here one night. Access road to campground is 1.5 mile dirt road. Campground is old and rundown. There are a few pull-through sites; however, neither electric or water did not work at most of them. I think we got the only site where both worked. There are a few permanent residents. Payment is self-registration. Bath building was locked. Advertised Wi-Fi was not working. Some low hanging branches to watch out for. We would definitely not stay here again.
04/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Rate is Passport America rate for up to 2 nights. We had a FHU 50 amp level site. Sites are back to back, so are pull-through if no one is in the site behind you. We were there on the opening weekend and were the only people in the park other than a few work campers. People in the office were very nice and helpful. The campground is a large field with some small trees. There is a very nice laundry building. The location is very convenient to the Amana Colonies with a bike trail going to Amana. The Wi-Fi worked great, very fast as we were the only ones there.
04/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a great campground near Omaha run by the City of Papillion. Our site #6 backed up to a small pond with lots of birds and wildlife. Pads are concrete and level with a concrete patio, picnic table and grill. Roads in the park are paved. Some sites are 50 amp, some 30 amp. Water and sewer are not available at the sites. There are three water spigots in the park to fill your tanks. There is no Wi-Fi. There is a very nice paved 5K walking/bike riding trail in the park. This park would have gotten a 10 rating if they had full hookups and Wi-Fi. We will definitely camp here again when we are in the area.
03/2013
rating [ 1/10 ]
BEWARE of the tree overhanging the main road that is too low for large rigs. This park is definitely not big rig friendly even though the owner assured me when I made a reservation that there would be no problem for our size unit. We have a 37' fifth wheel and the tree overhanging the main road put an 11 foot tear in our roof. All but two of the sites appeared to be occupied by permanent residents. Some of the trailers were quite old. The bathrooms were old and not very clean. The 50 amp plug at our site did not work so we had to use the 30 amp plug. The cable wires along the back of the sites are very low and was laying on top of our roof. Many trees and large rocks at entrance to the sites make these sites very difficult to get into. This park seems to be for permanent residents. We would NEVER camp here again!!!!
10/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
Rate is their fall rate. 50 amp electric only site. Water and dump station available. Wooded park and campground, nice natural setting. Big back in sites with picnic table and fire ring. Great bike and hiking trails. No Wi-Fi. Good TV antenna signal. Close to town.
01/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
Rate is based on monthly fee. We spent a month here to visit and explore the Rio Grande Valley area of Texas. Older park in need of some updating. Nice small pool and hot tub. Nice clubhouse with a few activities. Nothing special. We had a FHU 50 amp site right next to the road with lots of road noise. All sites are back in. Our site had a concrete patio, not all sites have this. We also had a grapefruit tree on our site. Free wi-fi at clubhouse only. If you want it at your site, you have to pay extra. Heard it wasn't a very good signal. People staying at park and employees were nice. We would not stay here again.
01/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America price, Sunday through Thursday only. FHU completely level concrete paved 50 amp site. Beautifully maintained and clean campground with pool and hot tub. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Plan to stay here again on our way north in April.
10/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
30 amp electric only site with level pad. Water and dump station available. Some pull through sites available. Beautiful fall camping location. Natural setting with hiking trails and a lake. We didn't have time to explore on this visit.
12/2012
rating [ 3/10 ]
Rate reflects 2 nights at $20 per night Passport America rate and 1 night at $40 per night regular rate. FHU 50 amp gravel pull-through site. This is not a resort, just a corporate owned campground with extremely tight sites. Luckily we had a site on the end of a row so getting in and out wasn't too bad. Pool was closed, no hot tub. Good free wi-fi. No way worth $40 per night. Would not stay here again.
04/2012
rating [ 3/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America price. FHU pull-through site with 30 amp service. Everything about this park is old and run down. It needs a lot of work. Roads are full of big ruts and pot holes. Sites are gravel and not at all level. No Wi-Fi. No TV reception where we were. Poor cell phone reception. Lots of trees with low hanging branches. We would not stay here again.
04/2012
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America price. FHU pull-through level site with 50 amp service. Our site had a nice concrete pad for picnic table and concrete path from road to RV. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Both worked great. Very nice well-maintained and clean park with pretty landscaping. Easy access off I-44. Nice people in the office. Would definitely stay here again.
04/2012
rating [ 5/10 ]
Price reflects Passport America rate. FHU 50 amp gravel site. Park is located close to interstate behind a motel. Sites are pull through and decent size. Good for a night or two while on the road. Good free Wi-Fi.
01/2012
rating [ 5/10 ]
We stopped here for one night. Price reflects 15% Escapee discount. FHU 50 amp level gravel site. Good free Wi-Fi and cable. Okay for a quick stop. Park is rather run-down.
12/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount. FHU pull-through level gravel site. This is a fairly new campground and in very good condition, well maintained and very clean. There is a game room, exercise room, and very nice pool and hot tub. The laundry room and bathrooms were fantastic. There was free Wi-Fi, but it was rather slow. We would definitely stay here again.
01/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed here for 2 months. During that time we left our RV to go on a cruise. The office staff was very helpful in keeping an eye on it for us while we were gone. Owner and management were very nice. Lots of activities and entertainment. Sites are very tight and the park is rather old and "tired". We had a 30 amp site with only one plug at the post with no breakers. Our surge protector shut the power down a few times due to low voltage. The park has a pool and hot tub, well stocked library, mini-golf, and bocce courts. There are lots of great hiking trails in the desert accessible directly from the RV park. We did a lot of hiking on those trails and enjoyed it. Unfortunately, there is a shooting range nearby and the constant popping sound of the guns shooting every day was annoying. We probably wouldn't stay here again due to the age of the amenities and tightness of sites.
04/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is an Escapee park near Carlsbad, New Mexico. They had a special rate of $50 per week for first time visitors. Electric was $.08 per KWH. Nightly rate above is with electric included. The closest town with stores was 15 miles away. It's pretty remote. There is a nice clubhouse, but not any other amenities. There were a few activities. The people were friendly and the park is very quiet. Nice reasonably priced laundry. We would probably not camp here again due to remote location.
10/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
This is a park across the street from Amazon.com. Sites are occupied by workampers hired by Amazon, and paid for by Amazon. Gravel road, gravel sites with some grass and weeds between. Park has only been open for 2 years so they are still working on it. Bath house and laundry opening in October. Full hook-ups with 50 amps. Fine for a convenient place to stay while working at Amazon.
10/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Rate reflects their winter pricing and includes the camping and park daily fee. We were in the Scott Creek loop. Gorgeous park built on a reservoir. Our site overlooked the water. Sites have water and 50 amp electric. No sewer sites. Lots of biking and hiking trails. Amazing natural setting.
10/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate is for full hook-up 30 amp site. Electric only sites were $17. This is a very nice county park with large gravel sites. Site also had a picnic table and fire ring. There are miles of hiking and biking trails accessible from the park. Nice natural environment not far from US Hwy. 20. We would definitely stay here again.
08/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a very nice county park campground next to Beaver Dam Lake. There is a boat dock and fishing pier across the street from the park. The park is on a dead end road in a beautiful natural setting with trees and lots of grass. Very quiet. Sites are paved and large. All sites have 30 amp electric, but no water or sewer at sites. There is water available at the entrance to fill your tank and a dump station. Well maintained with very clean restrooms.
03/2011
rating [ 2/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Price quoted on phone was $16, but they actually charged $19. Very overpriced for what this place is. Mainly old, run-down trailers and mobile homes with a row of pull-throughs for overnighters. FHU pull-through site with 30 amp electric. Very dusty, noisy dogs, and Wi-Fi that was hit and miss as far as if it was working. We would never stay here again.
04/2011
rating [ 4/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount. FHU pull-through site with 50 amp electric. Nothing fancy with gravel roads and sites. Decent laundry room. This was a very pet friendly park. Camp host and owner had numerous dogs running free. They barked occasionally, but wasn't a big problem. Wi-Fi available at the office only. We would stay here again as an inexpensive place while passing through.
05/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a very nice county park campground next to Beaver Dam Lake. There is a boat dock and fishing pier across the street from the park. The park is on a dead end road in a beautiful natural setting with trees and lots of grass. Very quiet. Sites are paved and large. All sites have 30 amp electric, but no water or sewer at sites. There is water available at the entrance to fill your tank and a dump station. Well maintained with very clean restrooms.
04/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
Rate reflects 55+ rate. FHU back-in site with 50 amp service. Free Wi-Fi that worked very well. There are sites on grass or asphalt pavement. Very close to Lincoln Historic Sites. Opens April 1st. We would stay here again on our way north.
04/2011
rating [ 4/10 ]
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. FHU pull-through site with 30 amp service. Free Wi-Fi, but it was very slow. Basic campground right off of I-44. Good place to stay for a night. We would stay here again for an easy overnight stop.
04/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount. FHU pull-through site with 50 amp electric. Grass and trees throughout park. Nothing fancy, but fine for a few days. About 40 miles from Oklahoma City. Wi-Fi is $1 extra per day and works pretty well at your site. We would stay here again for a few days while passing through the area.
04/2011
rating [ 3/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount. FHU pull-through site with 30 amp electric. This is just a field with some sites, no attendant, no bathrooms. Good for an inexpensive overnight stay. Easy access to I-40.
04/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
Price reflects Passport America weekly rate. Gravel roads with gravel and sand sites. FHU pull-through site with 30 amp electric. Conveniently located near I-40 and I-25. We were here in Spring and it was windy and dusty. They had Wi-Fi at the site, but it was rather slow. Camping World located next door. This RV park has some vintage campers and Route 66 items on display. Friendly staff.
03/2011
rating [ 4/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Electric was 12 cents per kwh. This is a small campground with a gravel area on the outskirts of the campground with several level pull-thru, FHU sites with 50 amp service. There was free Wi-Fi, but it was quite slow at times. This place is nothing fancy, but adequate. The bathroom was clean and the camp hosts were friendly. It was quite windy while we were there and very dusty. We would have given this campground a higher rating, but the 2 mile gravel road to get to it makes it lose points. Our truck and camper were filthy with dust by the time we got to the campground. Because of this, we would not camp here again.
03/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Price reflects monthly rate. This park was very reasonable priced. Their electric was 9 cents per kwh which was the lowest we have encountered in the Southwest. We had a FHU 50 amp site with free Wi-Fi which worked pretty well most of the time. The sites and roads were gravel with a few trees throughout the park. The sites were a bit close together, back to back. The park was close to shopping and the interstate, but was nice and quiet. It had a heated pool, game room, rec hall with some activities, shuffleboard, and a basketball court. There was a very nice laundry room with very reasonable rates ($1 to wash, $.75 to dry). We would definitely stay here again.
02/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
The rate reflects the weekly price for a FHU site. Wi-Fi was available at an extra charge. They did not accept credit cards. The park itself was very nice and quiet. Extremely clean, well maintained with paved roads and nicely landscaped. Sites were large and there were a number of trees and bushes. Much more green space than most desert parks. The site also had a concrete pad at the front side of the camper. The resort had a pool and a hot tub, shuffleboard, horseshoes and a number of activities as well as a laundry room. We felt the price was a bit high for the weekly rate, but the monthly rate was reasonable. The people in the office were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely consider staying here again. We would have rated it higher if the Wi-Fi was included and the weekly rate was a bit lower.
01/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
The rate reflects the monthly rate plus 16 cents per kw hour for electricity. There was also a $12.50 service fee on the electric. Wi-Fi was available at an extra charge. Free cable TV was available, but we didn't use it so can't say if it worked. We were told we had to pay for a deluxe site due to our size, but the site was barely deep enough for us. It was a FHU site, but only had 30 amp electric. It was a little wider than an average site, but by no means a large site. This was a large resort with over 500 sites including park models and RVs. Some of them were quite old. The park was pretty well maintained. It was corporate owned and the majority of tenants were Canadian. Amenities included 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, shuffleboard, horseshoes, volleyball, putting green, billiard room, mailboxes, a small exercise area and a clubhouse. There was a full calendar of activities to participate in. Most all were at an extra cost from 25 cents to play shuffleboard to $5 for some meals. Overall, people were friendly. We enjoyed our stay, but think it was a bit overpriced compared to some other parks in the area. We probably wouldn't stay here again.
12/2010
rating [ 5/10 ]
We chose this park due to it being 30 miles from San Diego. It was less expensive than most parks closer to the city. Their website advertises cable TV, but we were informed in the office it hasn't worked for five years. The campground has nice trees and some grass areas. We have a FHU 30 amp site. The electric seems low as the breaker popped frequently. There is no Wi-Fi. There were record rainfalls while we were here, and the entrance road was closed for most of one day. This happened to be the day we had to pick up family at the airport so we had to walk out and rent a car to get to the airport. The campground is owned by a corporation, and they would not even consider any type of a refund for not being able to drive out of the campground and pick up our kids. The roads are very washed out and full of holes. It was bad when we got here, but has gotten much worse with the rain. There are a number of permanent residents, some with very old units. Overall, it's an OK place, but we most likely would not camp here again.
12/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
Our rate was a Passport America rate for 7 nights and Good Sam for 1 night. This is the nicest park we've camped at so far. The sites are fairly big with 50 amp FHU and cable TV. Wi-Fi was free for up to a month and worked OK. They had a wonderful clubhouse with exercise room, two heated swimming pools, and four hot tubs with varying degrees of temperature, a billiard room, shuffleboard courts, tennis courts and a nine hole executive golf course (extra fee). There are also many activities to join. Many sites are occupied by park models, but there were still a fair amount of RV spots available. It's close to Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park. We would definitely camp here again in the future.
12/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
We camped here for four nights with our Passport America membership. We really liked this resort and would definitely consider coming back. The sites are all paved and nicely landscaped. The sites are rather small, but the place was quite empty when we were there so the site size wasn't an issue for us. Most sites are back-in, they have a few pull throughs. We had a 50 amp FHU site with free Wi-Fi. The clubhouse and pool are beautiful. There is a bowling alley (extra cost) and small restaurant, a large exercise room, three pools and a hot tub. The pools were not heated, but the hot tub was. There is also a putting green and shuffleboard courts.
12/2010
rating [ 3/10 ]
We camped here for 4 nights for free as a promotion for Colorado River Adventures. We had to attend a 90 minute sales presentation trying to get us to buy into the RV timeshare program. If this campground is any indication of the rest of their properties, no thanks. Although the pool and clubhouse area are very nice, the actual campground is less than desirable. It is located right next to I-10 and the highway noise is constant and very loud. The sites are some of the narrowest we have ever seen. Although our site was a pull-through, we had to back out because it was too narrow to pull out. They advertise 50 amp service, but we only saw 30 amp. The roads are in very rough shape, full of holes. Wi-Fi is only available at the building. There are some older units that appear to be permanent residents. We would not pay to stay here.
08/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a Dodge County Park. There are 52 sites with electric, some are 15 amp, some 30 amp, and some 50 amp. Many electric sites are big rig accessible, but not all. There is no water available at the sites, but there is water to fill tanks at the entrance to the park and a dump station. This is a very nice park along the Crawfish River. A number of sites are along the river. Beautiful natural setting and usually very quiet, especially during the week. There is not a pool or a beach. A very nice playground and several hiking trails. We would definitely camp here again.
11/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
The rate reflects the monthly price. We camped here due to the proximity of Death Valley National Park and the fact that the monthly rate was very reasonable. We had a FHU site with 50 amp. Wi-Fi internet is free and works quite well most of the time. Cable TV is available and works, but picture is very poor quality. The campground is basically all gravel with a few small trees. It is behind a casino and hotel which seems to be pretty nice. The swimming pool was closed when we were there. We would definitely camp here again.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America discount including tax. This is a small campground with 22 sites, 6 of them pull-thru. We were asked to park parallel to a fence on the grass which was fine, but only had 30 amp electric with water and sewer. It was cold and we could have used the 50 amp for heaters. Campground is clean with level sites, grass and trees and nice views. There is free Wi-Fi, but it was not working well during our stay. Office staff nice and helpful.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stayed at this park to visit Capitol Reef and Bryce Canyons. It is located in a remote area with not much else near it. It appears this area is big for ATV and off-road recreation. The park was fairly new and very clean and well-maintained. Our rate was for a FHU 30 amp site with free Wi-Fi and nice views. All sites are gravel with no shade, small trees are planted, but will take a while to mature. Sites were large and level. We were here near end of the season and there were only 3 units in entire park. Wi-Fi was great. It They do not offer any type of discount and it was a bit over-priced in our opinion.
10/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This was a great park. Sites were reasonably spaced with a little grass between each site and trees. View of the red rocks were beautiful. Our rate reflects a Passport America discount. There was no limit on number of nights you could stay with the discount. We had a FHU 50 amp site which was pretty level. The park was well maintained and clean. They had free Wi-Fi and cable, but the Wi-Fi was slow at times; I'm sure due to heavy use. Staff was very friendly and helpful. This park is close to Arches National Park.
10/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate reflects weekly price. Campground is on outskirts of Cortez and is very close to Mesa Verde National Park. There are many other things to do in the area. We had a full hook-up site with 30 amp. Free Wi-Fi, but it works only close to office. Sites are spacious with some shade. Has gravel with a concrete pad and a vinyl covered picnic table; nice extras. Woman in office was very friendly and helpful with area information. We would definitely stay here again.
10/2010
rating [ 4/10 ]
The price paid reflects a Passport America price. These are some sites next to a gas station in a small town. It was rather run down with some mobile homes to the side. We stayed here for a few nights to visit Great Sand Dunes National Park which is nearby. Our site was a full hook-up pull-through 30 amp site. The sites and roads are quite narrow. There appeared to be a number of construction workers staying there. There was quite a bit of road and train noise. The lady in the office was very friendly and helpful regarding information about the area. This was an OK place to stay for a night or two due to the inexpensive price and proximity to the national park.
09/2010
rating [ 4/10 ]
This is a Passport America Park. We paid $12.50 a night. We stayed one night for a place to sleep. We never saw anyone. There were envelopes at the office and a slot to put the envelope in. The office was open and there were washers and dryers available, but we didn't use them. This is a field on the edge of a farmer's field with some hook-ups put in. We did have a full hook-up 50 amp, pull-thru site, but that's it. Conveniently located about a mile off the interstate. This is definitely a place to just spend the night.
10/2010
rating [ 6/10 ]
We camped here to visit the Royal Gorge area. After researching the area, we found the price to be one of the more reasonable. When we arrived, we were told that any unit over 34 feet must pay an extra $3 per night for a 50 amp site; there was no option to have a 30 amp site. On 2 of the 4 mornings we were here, our surge protector shut off our electric due to low voltage. We had a nice pull-through site with free Wi-Fi, but it was extremely slow, about the same speed as dial-up. The campground was very well maintained and clean. All the sites were gravel. The pool looked nice, but was closed for the season.
09/2010
rating [ 6/10 ]
The price reflects a nightly rate of $30 plus $7 daily county park fee. This is one of the most reasonably priced parks we found near Rocky Mountain National Park, only a few miles from the entrance. The views were very nice. We had a full hook-up site with 50 amp service and free Wi-Fi. There was a pool, but it had a sign that said it was closed for repairs. All sites were gravel with a few trees around the campground. The gravel roads were in rough shape with many holes and very uneven. I believe the county has taken this park over from a private owner and is working on fixing it up.
05/2009
rating [ 2/10 ]
We camped here on a buy1/get one free weekend in April. It would be way overpriced paying the regular rate for what you get. The sites are close together and very, very unlevel. There are tons of people riding around in golf carts and it is very noisy all day long. We were there on the Easter Egg Hunt weekend. They had several activities scheduled but most of them cost extra. The advertised wi-fi was $5 a day. It seemed they wanted to nickel and dime you to death. The dump station was supposed to have access for 2 campers at a time. One hole was plugged up and the water connection on one side was broken so you couldn't turn it on. It seems they put as little money as possible back into the place and just rake in as much as possible.
04/2009
rating [ 2/10 ]
This park is extremely overpriced. We camped there in a buy1/get1 weekend, but the regular rates are $40.00 a night and up. There are extra charges for guests, additional vehicle. They advertise wi-fi, but it is $5 per day. If you have to cancel, they charge $10 fee even if you cancel months in advance. It seems to be the type of place that wants to nickel and dime you to death. Sites are close together and there is no beauty here. They do have a pool and a hot tub, but that's about it.
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