Stayed here for three weeks, so we had an ample opportunity to get a good feel for this park. Many of the sites are very large and most all are reasonably level, despite the hilly nature of this park. All appear to have new utilities. That said, the cable doesn't work very well. We were in three sites in our three week stay and found it to be "snowy" in all of them. It was that way even connecting the cable directly to the TV, bypassing all the wiring in my trailer. Some sites have nice shade. There is WI-FI available at no extra charge, but it's speed performance was spotty. At times it was very fast, at other times it was so slow as to "time out" all the time. The laundry room is clean and reasonably priced. Park is for the most part clean and neat, even though it has long term tenants who tend to collect "stuff". Despite a 4 hour gap between check out/in, rarely ever saw the staff cleaning empty sites prior to the next guest. In fact, while here, staff put out a notice to all sites asking the guests to clean the sites and put any debris at the roadside, where they would pick it up. Really? The pool is advertised as heated but it wasn't. Staff said the heater was broken but long term residents said the pool has been that way for several months and the staff just doesn't fix it. At $43.07 per night (which includes a 10% discount) this park is overpriced. They can get away with it because it's essentially the only private RV park on the entire Peninsula, indeed in Pierce County. The park is next to a private gun club. Some guests might find the constant pistol fire annoying. We didn't. After a few days we hardly noticed it.
This park is very clean, has wide driveways, sites arranged at a 45 degree angles for easier access, picnic tables and many amenities. Those include access to the Railway, restaurants, a pool, hot tub, laundry, etc. Park is within walking distance of old town Williams and historic Route 66. Only two issues that need attention. First, the cable TV signal is poor and full of static. Second, the WiFi Internet connection at site 234 was so slow/constantly disconnecting that it made it USELESS.
This is a very old campground. The check in area is very narrow and "choked". It has a nicely stocked store and a pleasant staff. The Wi-Fi works very well, as does the cable TV. The sites are a reasonable distance apart from one another. The driveways are very, very narrow and must be difficult for some larger rigs to navigate. The campground gives the general appearance of being unkept. There is small grassy areas at each site and I didn't see not one that appeared to have been mown or cut in the last several months. Setting is nice in amongst numerous pine trees. There are some sites that have long term residents at them that are very messy and full of clutter, old cars, etc.
This park is about 3 miles south of Moab. It's clean, neat, friendly staffed, and nicely arranged. In the top row, there is some parking for "toys. Our site had a nice picnic table, grass and great water pressure. The front row sites have a nice view of the LaSal Mountains, but are also closer to Highway 191 and it's attendant noise. The only complaints I have about this park is that the cable TV signal is very poor, at best! This comment has come up in other reviews, too. I know it's not my TV. Also, the WI-FI service in the 500 row is very, very slow and constantly disconnects, despite having a 5 bar signal. In order to get WI-FI, I ended up having to go to the laundry room. The signal there was 5 bars too, but for some reason, it worked. In the laundry room I spoke with several other patrons, all of whom were very unhappy about the park's internet service.
Staff was very friendly when checking in. All sites are at right angles to the roads and all sites are very, very narrow. When my slide was out, it was within 2' of the neighboring RV. During a heavy rain, the roadway became a mud pit. In our site near the east end of the park, WI-FI was so slow as to be nearly unusable. Kept constantly disconnecting on both mine and my wife's laptop. Huge trees provide plenty of shade, but many roots are at/above grade, making for a very uneven site. Has many amenities including laundry, pool (closed for season when we were there), small store, etc.
Many of the sites at this park offer lake views and some (North Beach, were I stayed) are only separated from the lake by the roadway. If you want to be almost on the water, you will not be disappointed at the North Beach sites. What you will be disappointed in though is the cleanliness of the sites and overall maintenance. Virtually every site's concrete patio is broken and cracked. Some, including ours, were missing huge areas of concrete, including in spots other than on the corners where RV's run over it. Our site was loaded with down palm tree limbs and lake vegetation, as were virtually every other North Beach site. We actually cleaned it up some before we occupied it. Our picnic table was okay, but many actually had numerous broken, rotted, or missing boards. TV reception over the air was excellent! WI-FI signal was excellent but costs extra. During our 4 night, 5 day stay, we didn't see any maintenance activity whatsoever (except dumping trash bins) on the North Beach, even though many sites emptied out on Sunday and could have easily been cleaned, raked, broken boards repaired, etc. I was with a group of other RVers and while we very much enjoyed the beach and lake, we all felt the park was overpriced considering the lack of maintenance and basic site cleaning, debris removal, garbage pickup, etc.
This park is beautiful, with shade trees, paved interior roads, picnic tables, fire rings, and a creek. It's fairly well maintained. It has WI-FI and cable included in the base price. Sites 1 - 19 are against a very, very busy road. If you have a rear bedroom motorhome, you will not like the noise. Our site was very, very mushy and uneven. The trailer wheels sunk into the gravel. There was ample evidence of water problems at some sites with mushy sites, uneven RV parking, deep tire ruts and the like. WI-FI works well and the check in process was friendly and helpful. Like many RV parks, there needs to be more tree maintenance to keep tree limbs out of the way!
The road into this park off the main road, which is about 1 mile long, is the worst campground approach road I've ever driven on. It's full of pot holes, broken pavement, uneven surfaces and dirt. If you value your springs, shocks, tires and axles, you will not like this road. Check in was easy and quick. The clerk was friendly and helpful. All interior roads in the park are dirt. The park is large, with large sites, and is on a very nice lake. It's heavily wooded and since it was fall, the leaves were beautiful. Our site was very long and wide on the lake. It was easy to back into. This park has lots of amenities and, if it were properly maintained, has a lot to offer. Unfortunately, the maintenance was very poor. For instance, around our site, there was loose garbage, an old broken up deck, and two discarded outdoor carpets left behind by previous tenants. A neighbor told me that she had complained about the carpets but no one had cleaned them up. There were several junk cars at adjoining sites. Most every site, including ours, was covered in weeds and some type of wood fibrous shrub growing out of the site parking. This is unfortunate has the park has a great deal of potential.
Check-in was easy and quick. Park well laid out and getting into site was easy with plenty of room. Sites were level and wide and grassy. Pool did not appear to have been cleaned in quite some time. It was very dirty in color and had floating debris. If you need fast, reliable WI-FI, do not stay in this park. I could not maintain a connection and it kept constantly disconnecting, despite good signal strength.
Called ahead to make a reservation. The woman who took the reservation was very friendly but it took what seemed like an inordinately long time to make the reservation. The store is well stocked and very rustic in appearance. The check in lady was very helpful, pleasant and friendly. When driving to our site, I noticed that the roads were very narrow and care had to be taken to avoid trees along the windy road. Each site has a movable large true tire rim for a firepit. As they can be moved, most every site, including ours, had ashes and burned wood scattered here and there. Of course, the grass under the ring was burned out, leaving unsightly spots everywhere. There was recycling area and garbage dumpster near our site. Throughout the entire day garbage and recycle items were scattered all around. During the 24 hour stay, no one picked them up. Each site had picnic tables. Our site had three. All had to be moved in order to park. The sites are too narrow for so many tables.
This is the third time I've stayed at this park. I keep going back because it's neat, clean, quaint, has a friendly staff and has a golf course. While normally windy in this area, this park is at the bottom of a hill, which serves as a wind break. The staff is great. The only drawback is that the power, water, and cable hook ups are at the very back of each site. You'll need long hoses and cables. That said, I'll stay here again.
Saw their website, looked like a nice park, along our route, so we went there. Arrived at casino and could not find the park as there were no signs and no visible RVs. Called the casino cage, who registers/manages for the park and was told to park in any available space at the park. She mentioned an owners function was going on in the Park and most of it was in use by non-RVers. Went to the RV park and found that most every site was occupied by non-RVs whose owners were attending the function. As directed by the "cage" employee, we parked in an empty site. Like all other sites, ours had grass, was level, paved, and clean. Utility boxes were fairly new. Some sites had tress. While we were setting up, a casino/RV park security officer approached and rudely told us we could not park there as all sites were reserved for parking for the function. When I explained what the "cage" employee told us, he indifferently told us we could not stay there. We then moved to the casino parking lot and "boondocked" there. During the night, someone stole two golf bags (that were empty) out of the back of our truck while we were in the casino or sleeping. The park itself appeared nice. When we reported the theft to a different "cage" manager he gave the impression that he could care less. Overall, we found the staff to be indifferent and giving conflicting instructions.
This park is very over priced at $39. The asphalt at our site and most of the adjoining sites was broken up and in obvious disrepair. Around the asphalt, it was mostly dirt with some gravel. As an older park, sites are close together with narrow streets. Hook-ups are in the corner of the pull through sites, not the center, so longer power cords and hoses are required. No Cable TV. Clubhouse is newer and nice. Staff very friendly.
The park seems overpriced for what it is. The concrete pads and asphalt at most of the sites was broken up and in a state of disrepair. In the laundry, the washing machines worked but there was only one operable dryer. The rest were broken. The picnic table at our site was "rickety" and broken. The Wi-Fi was reliable and had a strong signal. The campground employee we interacted with was friendly, helpful and polite. Decent campground but not at $40.