Awesome! Loved this park, too bad I was on a tight schedule because I would have stayed longer. A true resort; pool is big, great hottub, plenty of walking space in the park and along the Sacramento River. The sites are pull throughs primarily, long and wide. Very clean and well maintained. Would highly recommend this park.
Lots of permanent residents. Tight driving for my 40' motorhome. Lots of trees but no issues as long as one is careful. The roads are tight and the entire park is dirt. My site was a back in and 40' deep with a steep drop off. Fortunately my motorhome is 40'. My site was very spacious and I loved the walk through the rocks to the lake directly behind the park. The park is about 10 minutes to downtown Prescott. The park entrance is very difficult to see if coming from the north. I would not recommend staying here if your rig is longer than 30'. The staff was friendly and helpful.
Site was a concrete slab but not level which surprised me. The park is clean, trees very small but very close to the town of Williams, short walk. The train is right behind the park but the whistle was not an issue. The pool/hottub is in the hotel down the street: less than ideal. I have stayed here before and I like it because it's clean and close to town.
Loved this park. I had a back in that was deep and reasonably wide. The sites are level and gravel with trees, but satellite is accessible. The pool area is very cool. The staff was amazingly friendly and helpful. The park is at the east end of town and the views of the cliffs are amazing.
Stayed in one of the large pull thoughs in the back of the park. Easy access to I-15. Park is clean, pool is small as is the hottub. Great walking space for the dog. Very friendly and helpful staff. Level/long/wide pull throughs in the back and in front they are level and long, not as wide.
Stayed in one of the large pull throughs that sits in the upper part of the park. Great view of the mountains out the windshield and the sites are long and wide. However, I could not pull through to exit because of the low branches on the three trees I had to pass, so I had to back out. Not a problem because the gravel road behind was very wide. The staff was friendly and helpful. I chose this park because of its proximity to the North entrance to Yellowstone, about 3 minutes. The park sits at the north end of the bridge that goes over the Yellowstone River and is in the middle of Gardiner. I will be staying here again.
Class A only and age/condition is checked. Sites are concrete pads, terraced and the streets are wide. All sites are back in and are very generous in width/length. The resort sits below a KOA and you enter through a different road where you unhook and are then escorted to your site. Great views of the lake and mountains out your windshield. The pool is small and the hot tub adequate and it is shared with the KOA. However, there is a nice but small fitness center for the resort. I stayed 7 days and loved the experience of the resort and Flathead lake.
Long level pull through, clean site, helpful and friendly staff, close to the entrance to Glacier National Park. Park is right on Highway 2, but not noisy. Nice area to walk the dog. Would stay here again.
My site was a back in end site on the top level. The park is on a hillside so rows are terraced. The park was clean, the staff helpful and friendly and the drive to Mt St Helens visitor center was about 30 minutes. There is a fuel station about 100 yards from the park.
Sites not level, sites not maintained, questionable persons wandering around. I would not stay here again. Self check in and payment placed into a collection box. Stayed in a 40' motorhome and only stayed here because it was close to a relative I was visiting.
Easy access to I-5, staff very friendly and helpful. My pull through site was long enough so I did not have to unhook my jeep tow from my 40' motorhome. Adjacent to interstate so noisy when outside but noise not noticeable when inside. The pool is very small as is the hotub. Would stay here again.
Sites are very tight and could not put out my patio awning. The park was clean, staff very friendly, easy access to I-15 and fuel. There was standing water on the north side of the park just outside the park perimeter and the mosquitoes were very annoying. For me just an overnight stop even though the is a Flying J across the street with plenty of overnighters, mostly truckers. I have a 40' motorhome and I did not have to unhook my tow with the pull through I was given.