I would say the same things everyone else said. Pretty camground, large sites, lots of shade, great owners. I just wish I'd been here when it wasn't pouring rain and blowing wind! WiFi isn't great, but it's there, at least. I think I've tried all the campgrounds along this Florida to New Jersey route now. This is one of the few that I will gladly return to on each trip.
Roads are steep and tight, but doable with care. They have a nice little fenced dog run that my little girlie really appreciated. Wifi is free and fast - NOT Tengo. Gorgeous, heavily treed sites on a hillside, so everyone is on a different level and no one is in anyone else's way. Staff is friendly and everything is clean and neat. Nice campground.
Wifi is Tengo, which is pretty useless. RV park is next to a flea market, which might be fun on a weekend. Large, level grassy sites. Very large number of long term workers here that leave for work between 5 and 7 A.M. It seems as though they all drive diesel duallys - at least, that's how it sounded to me. They have to drive by the short term sites to get out of the park, so I didn't miss any of them. It might not have been so noisy if I'd had the a/c or heat on. Clean, nice staff, great for an overnighter.
This park is great for a night or two. Fairly level, grassy sites. Large number of long term residents. That side of the park is where all the shade is. There is a beautiful tent camping area in the back. All of the 1-2 nighter pull through sites are right behind the office and mostly unshaded. Close to I-95, but not noisy at all. Very nice staff. Nice grassy area for dog walking, but you've got to watch your step because not much is picked up! Rate reflects Passport America discount for 2 nights.
Very spacious park. Wide, long sites. Laundry room and showers are in 1 small building which really stinks of mildew. Charged $3 extra for 50 amp. No cable, marginal WiFi. Manager has the personality of a log. Cable and access to recreation are offered on the website. Neither are anywhere near this park. Fine for overnight, but I won't bother with this park again.
This is a very nice park. It is convenient to the Grand Canyon and Sedona. Offering reservations for the Grand Canyon Railway, which passes right by the park. They provide breakfast for campers every day and there is always fresh coffee available in the office. Spacious sites with conveniently located hookups. When the trees get a little bigger it will be nicely shaded, which is needed. Very quiet at night, yet within walking distance of Williams and Route 66. Friendly, helpful hosts.
Nice park. Very convenient to Elephante Butte and Truth or Consequences. Associated with the hotel across the street, allowing campers access to the hotel amenities. Nice clubhouse with several onsite planned activities. A local bluegrass band uses the clubhouse for practice one night a week, and they open it to campers, a nice bonus. Very helpful and friendly staff.
This is the friendliest, nicest campground I've ever stayed in. Most of the residents are outgoing, kind, and considerate. They all really go out of their way to make you feel welcome. I only stayed for 10 days, but saying goodbye choked me up, and I don't normally get involved with communities like this. The Escapees RV Club has a REAL gem in this park and its residents. I would join Escapees, just so I could come back to this park!