Very nice and well maintained park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have security that roams the park regularly day and night. For those who want to go to the casino across Hwy 87, they have a shuttle that will come on demand and take you. They have a complimentary continental breakfast and while we didn't go, several others told us it was very good. This is our third time staying and we enjoy it immensely. The pool is very refreshing in the warm days!
I stumbled onto this park by scrolling to the bottom of the reviews. My first thought was that it was only for people who purchased from Lazydays, but that is NOT the case. Everyone is welcome. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The park is immaculate. It's a gated community with security guards at each entrance. The dog park is wonderful...almost 1/2 acre of low grass and very clean. They have a restaurant on site and although we didn't eat there, we were told by several people it was very good food at a very reasonable price. We plan to come back here and stay a week in the fall!
This is strictly a place to stay the night while traversing the state. There are no amenities to speak of and the grounds are sparse. The pads are red-gravel, flat and nicely spaced out. The manager was very easy going and told me "just go a pick a site, we're not busy".
We had a couple of problems... although we used the online reservation system and got a confirming call, when we arrived they had no reservation and we had to go into the "overflow" area. The Managers are the BIG plus at this RV park. They are very friendly and eager to help. The park is pet friendly and while they don't have an enclosed pet run, there is plenty of grassy areas to walk them. There is a nice gazebo just outside the office to sit and relax and BBQ if you like. BTW... if you want a great steak for dinner, ask the manager how to get to Sweetgrass. You will love it! Rate reflected Good Sam discount.
Be careful using your GPS to navigate here. They tend to take you some very obscure and long ways to the park. Ask the staff for directions before venturing here. This is one the most different KOAs I have ever been to. I suspect it was a privately branded park and then bought a KOA franchise. There are no pull-throughs, very little maneuverability within the park, no play areas or amenities you would expect at a KOA. The staff was VERY friendly and eager to help. Although my back-in space was next to a telephone pole and a rig was parked in the drive in front of the space, two staff members said "trust us" and proceeded to get me backed into the space without hitting anything. What I didn't like about the location was that it's easily 20-30 minutes or more from the French Qtr. As I drove into NOLA, I spotted another RV Park and checked it out. The long and short of it was I would have much preferred to stay there rather than the KOA.
I strongly disagree with the previous review. I love this campground. The managers are wonderful and they bend over backwards to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable! While the site widths are not huge, they're very typical and they are neither spacious or cramped. The sites all have nice concrete pads (no dirt or gravel sites) with river rock/plant dividers and the center sites have grass. I camped in a 43 ft rig with a toad and had plenty of room. The location is great. It is within walking distance to the beach, three great restaurants, and the marina. It's also just 20 minutes from Monterrey or 30 minutes to Santa Cruz. I would highly recommend this RV park.
Enjoyed this campground a lot. The dog park is phenomenal... extraordinarily big and well kept! The staff is very nice with great senses of humor. Very attentive and just good people! Drawbacks... My Verizon wireless card couldn't get a signal so I had to use the paid Wi-Fi. Wireless costs $6/day and it is slow! Getting there can be a challenge. Admittedly, we have a BIG motorhome and taking Hwy 128 from Cloverdale to Hwy 1 was very windy and then Hwy 1 narrows to the point that you will find yourself taking a bit of the opposing lane when making turns to the right. It definitely keeps you on your toes. Once you're there, you'll enjoy yourselves. Don't miss the Point Arena Lighthouse... it's great!
Wonderful park. We came as a group of 15 rigs and everyone really enjoyed themselves. Park is kept up well, and amenities are nice. It's close to a LOT of wineries and offered a very nice wine tasting experience (all free in these foothills). If there was one drawback, it's that they don't have a fenced in dog area. They have a large area (50'x 250') of grassy area for walking dogs, but it would be fabulous to have an off-leash, fenced area there!
This is a very nice campground. Staff is very pleasant and more than happy to help. The park is very well kept and very nice. Plenty of amenities that you would would want and expect, with several nice glider-swings to sit back and relax. Close to the marina and two very nice restaurants right on the water. They have an enclosed dog area, not big, but very nice. You won't be disappointed staying here!
From the moment you are greeted at the front desk, you immediately think "this is going to be great." The staff is very friendly and anxious to help you with sights to see, directions and most anything you need. The staff escorts you to your site and makes sure you know everything about the park and hook-ups. The park is very new: 2 years I think. It's beautiful. Trees are still growing, so not a lot of shade. Otherwise, the place is beautiful. All of the amenities you would hope for and two nice clubhouses for groups. Two small fenced dog areas. I can't say enough good things about Durango. You will be very pleased!