We recently stayed here for 5 nights in a 36' 5th wheel. Here's the pros: Very pretty area, easy to find, many sites had views of the water, restrooms were very clean and centrally located. There were kayaks and rentals available to rent, although we didn't use them. Here's the cons: It can be hard to navigate and park for larger rigs, as many of the sites had large boulders/rocks next to the roads and driveways, which made backing into the sites more challenging. If you have a larger rig, be careful on the sites you pick out and they aren't very easy to get into. Tip: Also be careful if you have AT&T for your cell phone provider, as it looks like you have cell phone service there but you are "off network" so you may incur additional charges or go over your "off network" allotted usage.
Recently stayed here for 6 nights. Here are the pros: Easy to find, close to downtown Williams and local restaurants walking distance, clean restrooms and showers, larger RV spaces, friendly helpful staff, easy check-in progress. Used the laundry room while we there, worked OK, although there weren't that many machines Here are the cons: Entire area is a large asphalt lot, with some small grass/rock spots, close to the train so train noise may bother some people, Wi-Fi didn't work, no shade, could only get a couple of stations on the cable. If you are mainly going to do activities in Flagstaff, you may want to stay closer to Flagstaff.
Just finished a 2 week trip to Texas in our 5th wheel, and on our way back home we stayed in this park. We really just need a place for the evening to hook up, eat dinner, and get ready to leave again in the morning. Centrally located in Clayton, easy to find from the highway, Wi-Fi and electric worked well, bathrooms were clean, easy to navigate park, staff was friendly and made the check-in quick and fast. For a quick overnight stay it was perfect. If we needed to stay in the area again for a night, we would stay here again. Everything in the park looked a little worn, it looked like not much maintenance had been done for awhile. No cable TV.
Just finished a 2 week trip to Texas in our 5th wheel, and this was one of our favorite RV parks. Here's the pros: Centrally located in Fredericksburg, easy layout of the park with good pull through spots, Wi-Fi worked, small picnic tables by each spot, good bathrooms (very clean and well kept up), cable worked well, staff was good, check-in was easy, no long-term residents in the park. Here's the cons: There really weren't any. The only thing that would have made it better was a little larger spaces. I would give it a 9 out of a 10, and the only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that I don't give out 10s unless something was exceptional.
Pros: Good location, clean restrooms, clean showers, good service, level lots, Wi-Fi worked well, all services worked well. Cons: Nothing major we didn't like. Would definitely stay here again. Our rig is 36' long.
Pros: Clean bathrooms and showers, nice laundry room, level sites, nice picnic tables, good Wi-Fi, close to beaches and restaurants, check-in was smooth, office helpful with extra quarters for laundry, nice laundry area, easy to find location. Cons: Tighter camp sites, hard to get in/out with a bigger rig, also there seemed to be many full-time residents which detracted a little bit from the feel of the park. The weather was cooler and windy while we were there, so weren't able to try out the pool and didn't use the hot tub.
Beautiful area, only about 5 or 6 miles from town. Campsites were large, not close together, many with beautiful views of the surrounding area or of the lake. Peaceful, relaxing area, clean, very well-kept. Restrooms were clean, well maintained; and showers are available with "quarters", but plenty of change machines available. Electric, sewer, and water hook ups all worked fine, but water wasn't very drinkable. We had plenty of bottled water, so it wasn't a problem. Also, note that we couldn't get any cell phone reception with AT&T, but we could drive 3 or so miles back into town and get reception just fine. Would definitely stay here again.
The road that the campsite is located on is a little busier, heard traffic noise most of the time. Pool was nicely maintained, showers and restrooms were OK. Pull-through spaces were wider than in some parks, which is always nice. Pros: Staff was good, no problems with the electric, sewer or water hook-ups, play area for kids, ice on site. When we first pulled in, the picnic table by our site was split and the top was falling part. We did ask for a new table, and they switched it out the next morning.
Recently stayed there and had a good experience. Park was well kept up, bathrooms were clean, and we had a great Wi-Fi connection during our entire nine day stay. The only thing I didn't like is that the drive-thru camping spots were on the narrow side and some of them also had trees on the side of the spot - which made the space even narrower for our 5th wheel with it's slide-outs. Staff was friendly and helpful.
Just got back from five nights at this park. Pull through spaces were nice and wide with picnic table included. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Sites were gravel. The negatives of the park are - no cable, had to pay for the showers - also not a very pretty view. There are two different areas in the park, one is down by the creek where we did not stay. Much prettier down by the creek.