The back row and side of D Section are now mostly blocked off for annual sites. The other sites in D are large, level, gravel pads with grass in between. W/E only but Section A has full hookups. The lake is big enough for kayaking, has a swim beach and fishing docks. The coin operated laundry is tiny, only 4 washers and maybe 4-6 dryers in a small room.
We had a back in by the river, 30 amps. There is some electrical work going on. I looks like maybe they are putting some 50 amp sites in. Most sites are large, quite a few pull-throughs. No visual separation. Recommend coming in off I-5 on Hwy 120 at Manteca, and even then there is a 5 mile stretch of very steep curvy narrow road that we shared with log trucks. There is NO cell phone service and the free Wi-Fi is very slow - only expect to do email no web sites.
We had a 50amp 40' pull-through. Rate is with 15% discount with casino players card. You can get 10% discount with Good Sam. It was a tight fit for our 30' coach with 2 slides plus our car. Very clean restrooms. Each one is closed for cleaning 1 hour a day (time posted on the door) but it's a different time for each one (9-10, 10-11 etc). We received coupons for discounts on some casino items. There is a free shuttle to the strip and downtown. There is a paperback book exchange by check in desk.
First time at this park. Some back-ins, some pull throughs. Some fairly level, some would require quite a few boards/blocks. At least 75 sites have been converted to 50 amp with extra $5 nightly charge. Quite a few oak trees for shade. Restrooms are old and in need of updating, but clean and everything worked. Grass areas were green and kept mowed. We followed GPS rather than the written directions to get here and went down some not-RV friendly streets/roads. Biggest downside in our opinion is only five washers & six dryers for whole park.
An older park, but everything worked and was nicely landscaped. We were in a long pull through with grass by the door. They had one of the nicest selections of "take one leave one" used books we've seen.
Gravel interior roads and campsites. Some full hookups, others W/E. A few with cable TV (extra charge) and some 50 amp (extra charge). The restroom building closest to our site was closed so quite a walk to next one. Some sites are sloped, bring blocks or boards. No direct beach access.
Paved roads and paved campsites, some back ins and some pull throughs. Reservation website is good, even shows pictures of the sites. Most sites are $25, we had a pull through with view of the lake so considered premium. Water/electric only with dump station. Some sites are sloped, take leveling blocks/boards. Showers are 50 cents for a few minutes.
Loop B is all full hookup RV sites and is reserve-able. Loop A is first come/first serve part tent sites and part RV sites. Our site in Loop B had a partial river view and river access (for kayaks and canoes).
Sites are level gravel, with a brick patio, large picnic table, metal grill stand and shade tree. This is a great camp to explore the wildlife and natural areas around. Buy groceries before you get here, nearest town (Burns) is almost 30 miles away.
The casino is right off I-84, a few miles east of Pendleton. The RV park is furthest from the freeway, not much traffic noise. Our rate is for a 50 amp site. Sites are large enough, with grass in between and picnic table. Short walk to casino.
We camped here as Thousand Trails members so rate is $0 but form wouldn't let me enter that. The camp is somewhat terraced, some of the sites a few rows away from the river still have a bit of river view. The front row has unobstructed river views. WiFi is free and worked well. One restroom/shower building with 2 showers m/w but never was crowded and we were there over holiday weekend, probably because all RV sites are full hookups.
Rate is RPI plus electric surcharge and tax. There are two main parts of camp. One is large pull throughs, with grass in between, looked very nice. The other is tight cramped gravel back ins. We were in the latter. Interior roads in this section are very narrow. There are mature pine trees good for shade, makes it more difficult to back in. The power/water/sewer connections are enclosed in square 42" high boxes, toward the front of each site. Our front slide cleared the top of the pedestal with 2 1/2 inches to spare, otherwise we would not have had room to extend it, with the pine tree close in on other side. Forget being able to get into that lower storage compartment. You better be very good at backing to get in some of these sites. There is a small pool/hot tub/sauna area in the one restroom/shower building. It was clean. We were just here for two nights, glad for 50 amps because it was very hot.
The camp is on a hillside with (in places) steep gravel interior roads. It is next to Hwy 2, expect road noise. There are a few back ins, some pull throughs and a few full hookups. Free WiFi, but we didn't use it, our Verizon mobile hot spot had 4G. There are only 2 restroom/shower facilities, one has ONE shower (each m/w), the other has two so at times may be a wait to shower. The restrooms & showers are recently remodeled and very clean. The laundry has 4 washers and 4 dryers. The camp is close to Glacier National Park, and other recreational areas.
The rate is RPI, they also added tax onto that. This is mostly RV sites for sale or owned by individuals, I counted only 64 nightly rental sites. They were all pull throughs with hookups in the middle. No visual separation. Long skinny sites gravel, some with grass. Restrooms were clean. No paper towels and the air dryers were out in the hallway. There was only one trash dumpster, up by the office and you had to get a key from the office to access it, 8am-8pm. We left earlier than that so had to take our bag of garbage with us.
This RV park is in the town of West Yellowstone which is very convenient to see the park and walk to everything in town. The manager was very friendly and provided a lot of good information about town and surrounding areas. Wi-Fi and cable TV are free and worked fine. Restrooms & showers are clean. Laundry is very inexpensive and worked well. We were here for 7 nights and would stay here again.
This is a very convenient overnight stop, just off I-15. Our rate is Good Sam discount. All facilities are very clean. Restrooms are like what you'd have in a house, private room with toilet, sink and shower. Grounds were well kept, lush green grass between sites. This is a good base to see nearby attractions such as Thanksgiving Point.
This camp is part of Resort Parks International and KOA. Our rate was the former. We paid $3 a day extra for 50 amp and $2 a day extra for combination of wifi and cable TV. We stayed here 6 nights. Good location for exploring Zion, Snow Canyon, St. George,etc. There is freeway noise. Restrooms, pool and spa were clean. Yes, there is a lake nearby, but you can't see it from camp. The pull through campsites are about 40' total. Our 30' motorhome fit OK, with room for the car. Most of the sites are sloped front to back so bring boards or leveling blocks. Most sites are side by side with shared hookup pedestals. Some have trees for shade; a few have grass. It would be worth the time to ask to walk or drive the sites before checking in and request what looks best for you.
Basic, clean, quiet. Great location easy access to free park shuttles. The power pedestals looked new. Some leveling required, bring blocks. We had to use blocks under one tire in addition to leveling jacks. Restrooms had flush toilets and sinks. Pay showers on located on the other side of Mather campground.
We were here two weeks using our RPI membership, in a back in site in the older (lower section). The site was dirt/sand with a large cement patio area. The natural hot springs pool is wonderful. Small cafe with breakfast/lunch items next to it. Lots of activities.
This was our second time at this campground. The location right off I-5 is great for an overnight stop, several choices for food and fuel close by. The sites are a bit narrow but it was adequate for our RV. Restrooms are clean, showers are large with an attached private dressing area.
This park is one of our regular overnight stops going north or south through California. I make a reservation a couple of weeks in advance and when we pull in all the check in information is complete, all I have to do is pay and we're set. The park is very clean and well maintained. The campsites are large, utilities well placed, and if you're there at the right time, free oranges off the many trees in the park.
Nightly rate is estimated, we were there for 10 nights so had weekly rate for some of them. Gorgeous thick green grass between sites. Gravel sites and roadways, they say 5mph but dust is a problem. The back in and second row of pull throughs are quite short, we were ok in our 24' fifth wheel but larger rigs would be better off in the first row of pull throughs (32-40). The restrooms & showers were large and clean. Park offers site garbage pickup; you leave your tied garbage bag on the grass at the front of your site before 9am and they pick it up. WiFi worked poorly, they do have an ethernet connection at the office that worked great. The only negative things were where the entry is, very difficult to see before you need to turn off a busy highway; short sites mean people park their extra vehicles in the roadways so hard to get through.
Campground is in a quiet area north of downtown Reno, easy access to Hwy 395. Very popular with monthly site renters, but all sites were kept clean & tidy. Most sites are pull throughs, double width, all paved and looked level (ours was level). Restrooms/showers were very large and spotless. Small trees and shrubs between sites, not large enough for shade but offered some visual privacy. Modem hookup in laundry room worked fine. We camped here for 3 nights, would come back again.