This park checked most of the items on my list of what an acceptable RV park should have. Easy on and off from the highway. Not a lot of road noise at night. Quiet so I can sleep and not be awakened by outside noise. I thought it was strange that they charged me extra for 50 amp electrical service, but they did. This park was close to where I needed to be in Kingman and Fort Mohave. I didn't see the multi-page check in form mentioned by another reviewer. The form was only one page.
I found this park more than adequate for an overnight stay. It would be fine for staying several days and visiting nearby Death Valley area. It's funky but very functional. Bathrooms had two out of three stalls "out of order." They now have Wi-Fi and it worked fine for checking email, and general internet browsing. No trees to block my roof mounted sat. dish. It rained the night I stayed but all the spaces were gravel and the water drained or soaked in. There was no problems getting in or out of the site.
This park was easy to get to off of interstate I-40. I heard very little noise from the interstate. Sites were very generous, level gravel, easy to get in and out, and no problems putting out slides. Check in was fast and easy. I was not happy with the free wifi. It was slow and difficult to log on. Don't log on then set your device down to go to grab a drink because you wont be logged in when you get back. This park is fine for an overnight stay
Nice park. Quiet at night. I requested and was given a pull through site with a clear view for my roof mounted satellite dish. Wi-Fi was very fast, bathrooms clean, staff friendly and someone escorted me to my site. While there is enough room between sites to put slides out, the park is somewhat cramped and having a staff person as a second pair of eyes was really appreciated, especially when leaving.
Arizona state parks have just begun accepting reservations. Staff were having problems with the computer system which slowed down the check in process, but they will get used to it in time. Some computer glitches weren't the fault of the staff. Soon, Rv'ers will be able to go on line and reserve their own sites. Park is nice, with nice views, big sites with plenty of room between spaces.
The park looks bigger on its website. However, it was just fine. I had a pull though site and it was a cinch to get into and out. The Wifi worked well and was fast. The bathrooms were clean, satellite signal locked on right away, what's not to like?
Nicest RV park I've ever seen. Most of the sites are back in but the interior roads are so wide and the sites so generous, it's not an issue. The parking site for RVs is brick pavers and is level. I stayed here for a month September-October. Nice staff. Lots of trees that might block a satellite dish that's roof mounted. The staff know which sites are satellite friendly and which aren't. However the park has cable TV so it might not be an issue for most folks. The Wi-Fi was almost as fast as my high speed internet at home and was a pleasure to use. I used the internet a lot to find addresses and businesses around Bend.
One of the two nicest RV parks in which I've ever stayed. Something here for everyone. It's an easy on/off California I-5. All the sites looked like they were pull-through and the park was kept very clean. Wi-Fi was very fast. I don't require much more.
This park has what I'm looking for in an RV park: easy access from a major road, pull through sites, quick check-in, level sites. The Wi-Fi wasn't the fastest in the world, more like dial up, but for an overnight stay it was good. The pizza guy had no trouble finding the park and my site so that's a plus.