They are in the process of upgrading this park and re-landscaping with red gravel. What they have done so far looks really nice. The sites are wide and it's easy to navigate in the park. Baths were newly tiled with pretty, pine ceilings but there was no TP in one of the stalls for 2 days. The patio is nice with a fountain, fire pit and chairs. Good Wi-Fi!
The area is hilly. This park is older. It was very hard to get the RV level as the site was short with a drop-off. We put out our awning and it extended into the neighbor's site. He was OK with that but just to point out, the sites are narrow and more suited to smaller rigs. The bathrooms were clean. The staff was very friendly.
The park is situated in the foothills and the view is wonderful. Big wide driveways and concrete pads, but they aren't level. We had one front tire off the ground to get level. The park is so clean and well-maintained. It's new and the trees are just getting some size to them. The bathrooms are clean. Wi-Fi worked fine and we had a complimentary cable hook-up. The staff was smiling and very friendly. We love this park. We've stayed here before and we'll stay here again.
Almost perfectly level sites. The bathrooms are absolutely immaculate! Cable and Wi-Fi worked perfectly. Good location and easy to find. Near the grocery store, etc. The staff was so friendly and polite. An excellent park.
This was the most difficulty we've ever had trying to level the rig. We had to use six 2 X 6 boards. The sites are short and narrow, the rig sticks out into the driveway and there is scant room to park the tow, but they back right up to a pretty creek, Fort Creek. The bathrooms are OK, nothing special. Concrete floors, wooden stalls. The Wi-Fi is spotty and mostly non-functional. No cable but there are movies (DVDs) to borrow.
A little bit older park, but lots of greenery and wide open grassy areas across the street where the deer come to graze. The sites are fairly wide but it may just seem that way because the park was pretty empty at this time of year. The bathrooms were clean. No security code. We were told to lock our bins and our RV when away because of teenaged vandals searching for booze. Go to the marina nearby, it is fascinating. The way they engineered the breakwater is so interesting. You can walk up to a fishing boat and buy slabs fresh off the fish. Gray's Harbor Light is nearby, but it was closed due to lack of volunteers. The Destruction Island Light Fresnel lens is on display at the maritime museum and it is a must. Really a wonderful place to stay and visit. We loved it and would stay again.
A tight squeeze on the access road between the rigs. It's an older park. Lots of crabbers camped here doing their thing. The sites are OK in size. There is a lot of greenery and it's right on the water so it's pretty. We would stay again because we like the location, close to interesting things like the lighthouse and the octopus tree. Roseanna's Café in Oceanside is a must.
Unbelievable! Immaculate! Tiled bathrooms like you'd like at home! Pedestal sinks, framed oval mirror at each sink and a small oak shelf at each sink. Almost level sites and perfectly engineered waste drain, no shimming or mess.
The sites are gigantic and it is steps from the Columbia River. The sunset was beautiful. For the $, though... the bathrooms are concrete with a drain in the middle of the floor, funky wooden stalls. It sort of looks like a penitentiary. The waste drains at the RV sites are ridiculous, hooking up to them with our standard hose was impossible. We had to have one person hold the hose while the other opened the gates. After draining, we closed the gates till the next time. We enjoyed the big grassy sites, but not the amenities.
One of the nicest parks at which we've stayed. Lots of lush grassy, landscaped sites, and the gardeners keep everything mowed, edged, blown clean, and tidy. Quiet and peaceful. The bathrooms and laundry room are secure with a pass code, and they are pretty and clean. They delivered a morning paper to our door each day. Our site was steps from a walking/biking path that stretches for miles. You can walk along this path to fun restaurants with decks that look out on the water, the Snake River, and across the river, pretty mountains. The people here are friendly and wonderful and stored our RV while we took a week long paddlewheel trip on the Columbia.
This is an older park, so the trees are big and provide a lot of shade. At first, they put us in a rather narrow site and putting our slides out and accessing the bins would have been really difficult. They were gracious and moved us to a nice wide grassy slot. The park serves complimentary cinnamon rolls on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday. Canoes and kayaks are available. There are benches on a sandy beach. This is a very, very nice park.
The park is immaculate and the sites are raked smooth. They are not the widest we've been in, but they are fine. No shade. Located on the north side of Boise and off the highway so it isn't noisy. Don't try to park your own rig. The rude guy in the golf cart will climb all over you. He snapped at me, "This is NOT my first rodeo!" The big drawback for us: the ONLY bathrooms they have are closed for cleaning in the mid-morning, just when everyone needs them. We resorted to driving to a gas station.
Old, small and tired. We had an individual site because we paid extra but most of the sites are side-by-side, so narrow that the slides on the big rigs just barely fit. The bathrooms need a face lift. The park is close to a big highway, and it is really noisy, especially first thing in the morning. The pool is sparkling clean. We LOVED the food delivery service! That is rare, and we used it twice. The food was delivered tasty and hot. We would stay again, but we would pay more for a bigger site.
Wide spots. Not level. We had to use boards. We had a "premium" spot which included a paved patio with a table and chairs. The park is very well maintained. Constant upkeep. We don't usually use the bbq's but these were really clean. There are hairdryers in the bathrooms! Everything is tidy. As soon as a rig pulls out, there is the maintenance person raking and smoothing the site. The view is gorgeous, mountains all around. Lots to do in Ely and good food in the restaurants. Eat in the Jailhouse! It's fun!
If you like to shoot firearms, this is the park for you! The park is spiffy new and pristine, with a half mile of skeet and trap stations, a sporting clay range and a rifle/pistol range. The RV sites are wide and clean and just steps from the trap/skeet stations. You can rent a golf cart equipped with a holder for your guns. Be apprised that this is primarily a shooting range. No laundry, no pool. And because it is fairly new, the trees are small and there is not much shade. The Vegas city lights in the evening are beautiful. The sunset behind the mountains is, also. The people are friendly and the range masters are very helpful. We will stay here again and again.
We were traveling with another couple and the four of us were knocked out at the clean bathrooms and showers. The setting is shady, up in the foothills. They have peacocks that wander around the grounds. The sites were nice and big and we had comfortable patio furniture. It's a bit of a drive to the Reagan Library but the beauty of this campground is worth it.
This is our third stay, here. The sites are wide and level and fairly shady. The pool is clean and there are lots of deck chairs. Overlooking the pool is the bar! They have banana bikes for rent. We love this place!
Big shady trees! Shadiest sites I've ever seen! Wide, level and lots of space. The grounds are very tidy. There is a pub on site! Cool! Drawbacks: There were a lot of bugs, dead and alive, in the johns and a lot of litter on the floors. The dumpsters were right out front of the sites in full view, overflowing and stinky. Detracted from the overall beauty of this park. Pool was clean and tidy. You can rent banana bikes at this park. We'd stay again.
Wi-Fi is spotty, at best, but mostly not available at all. Sites are narrow back-ins. Not much space to park your tow. Sites are not level, way off. We had to use wood to help. Because of the location and CA restrictions, etc., we were asked to limit our use of their bathrooms. Weird! Small community with good seafood restaurants and farmer's market and a great 2-hour pontoon boat tour of the bay for a reasonable price.
Sites are gravel but fairly level. Maneuvering a big RV is a little tight. There is a fence between each site for privacy. It's not far from the ocean so it was misty and chilly. Good proximity to great seafood restaurants on the water. We would stay again.
This is not much more than a glorified parking lot. Black top with painted lines between sites. Inches between your slides and your neighbors tow vehicle. Hot. No shade. Advantage: We were attending Hot August Nights Car Cruise In. The city is crowded, driving difficult, no place to park. We were a captive audience and this RV park is right across from the Peppermill where a lot of the activities were taking place. Walking distance. No parking issues. Great restaurants at the Peppermill.
This seems to be a little bit older park and so it is not necessarily friendly to the bigger rigs. They can fit but it's a little snug. It's clean and the sites are fairly level. There are tall beautiful pines everywhere. The KOA staff serves breakfast every morning for about 4 hours and you eat at picnic tables within the fenced "kitchen" area. It is a full breakfast including eggs, bacon, sausage, stacks of pancakes and so on. Really a nice park. We would stay here again, for sure.
We got a nice, shady spot, which was great in the July heat. Each site has a concrete patio and some have grass. The pool is small but clean. The park is very clean and the permanent residents in the park keep their sites very clean and organized. The manager is very friendly. We would stay here again, for sure!
We've stayed here three times. It's close to Nellis AFB where we go for the air show every year. Nice wide spots, almost level, but all gravel. The park is very secure with a security gate and keys to the bathrooms. The bathrooms are all knotty pine, sparkling clean and big. There is a restaurant associated with this park where you can use your coupon for a free drink and eat good food. The reason I didn't give it a perfect rating is that the sites are all gravel and the location in north Las Vegas makes it noisy with traffic, sirens and boy-racers on the boulevard during the night.
Nice wide pull-through sites. The people were incredibly nice and helped us with a few point issues with KOA. The also recommended a good place to eat and a hair salon and walked over to our RV to give us information. The pool is one of the nicest we have ever seen. Clean, refreshing with nice furniture and several water-jet waterfall things on a flat area on one end where you can sit and be splashed. Really nice. Would stay there again.
If you can't stay at a KOA, then the best place to stay is a campground that used to be a KOA. Like this one. The sites are clean and wide. The pool was clean and refreshing but the tables and chairs were a little worn out. The bathrooms were clean.