Everything everyone said before me is true. But, I am very pleased to have stayed at this park. It has the strongest no excuse internet I have ever experienced in an RV park and I have been in many. The movie 3:10 To Yuma was filmed here. The rock formations are beautiful. The way in is a dirt road but a very good one. There is no signs to reference that they have RV parking. Just keep going :) I would highly recommend this park to my friends.
I agree will all previous reviews. This place is highly overpriced. No internet access. Another KOA without internet. They charge a $5 per person fee because of Utah law requiring every guest to register and insurance regulations. What's with that?
What a nice park! Our second year staying here. Lots of trees, but we still got satellite. Small park, but big on charm. You will look hard to find a nicer park than this for $15. Very friendly staff. Dump station available. Thirty amp electric. Easy access from Interstate 80 and very quiet.
I would stay here again. Sites are tight together, but easy pull through access. Were a Saturday arrival at 1PM and found a note on the office door saying the employees were having a party and to call a telephone number for assistance. Assistance came quickly. Was informed Internet has not worked all summer and that a new system is on order. How many times have I heard this excuse? Must be a lot of Internet systems on backorder! All in all a good place to stop. They have a lot of RV spaces.
Deluxe site #77. You really need a sense of humor to call this site deluxe! Site is very unlevel - beyond the reach of my jacks to level it. Extension is needed to reach electrical box. Fire pit on patio is 3 feet from the front door of the RV on a block deck. Sites are very close together. Not paved and not seen any new gravel in many years. I was escorted to my site. I am looking forward to leaving this park and never returning. Beware high water pressure.
The best thing I can say about this park is that I would come here again. There is nothing special about it but it is quiet and easy to get in an out of. GPS and their road signs were different but both will get you there. You will not choose this park for its beauty but it sure is a welcome stop. Pappa Johns Pizza delivers right to your lot.
First and foremost this campground is easy to find. I read the bad review below and can feel their frustration. When you call for a reservation you are actually contacting the motel down the street. The campground is run at the store up the road where the campground is actually located. I can see that what is said at the motel is not always communicated to the campground. Also, the campground is also the general store and gas station. The employees can get pretty busy. We were treated wonderfully by the campground hosts. They went out of their way to tell us what sights to see and where to eat. At first glance I thought the campground streets were going to be tight. They were not. Trees are not a problem for obtaining a satellite signal. They have 30 amp service and good water and septic on site. There is no local TV reception off an antenna and the park does not provide cable. If you do not have satellite TV you may be bored :) This place is ideally located for anywhere you want to go in the area. We inspected a lot of other campgrounds in the area and did not see any that were much better. We are happy campers :)
This is a very nice park. Very clean with gravel lots and grass table areas. And level! No issues with the internet as others had reported. Nice check in - escorted to lot. I highly recommend this park. Pricey but worth it.
The phrase "It is what it is" fits here. We are in a 37 foot motorhome parked in space 28. Was easy to access. Local TV has only a few chanels. Satellite is blocked by trees. Very friendly hostess. Good food nearby. I agree with all previous posts, except you should call for availability for a big rig. It is right off of route 80 and a nice place to spend the night inexpensively.
They do not answer their phone on Sunday. Just find a spot on Sunday and put payment in a provided envelope. Somewhat confusing parking. Just drive past the propane tank and it will suddenly make sense. All previous reviews here were correct so nothing more I can add.
This is a nice park with lots of RV spaces. There is no reason we would not stay here again. They accept Passport America, AAA, and Good Sam discounts. Not all sites have sewer connections available, but many do. The roads are long and are covered with a chalk dust type of covering. GO SLOW or your toad and RV will be covered with it. They also have a dump station and propane available. Nice meeting rooms and auditorium perfect for large rallies (like ours 200 coaches). Amana Colonies is only a mile away for really good food and tourist delights. Wi-Fi is acceptable and probably better than most RV parks. A bit spotty during the dinner hour when everyone seems to be using it. Really spacious lots and super easy access to all sites.
Some gravel and some paved sites. This place looks like they use a vacuum cleaner on it! One of the cleanest parks I have ever visited. Rate reflects Passport America rate - not accepted on weekends. We are staying two nights. Real easy access from Interstate 80. Lots of food nearby. J C Whittney factory closeout is only a mile away (not worth visiting. :( No cable - no major TV channels available off of antenna. (7 minor channels available.) Easy access for satellite viewing. Very, very courteous check in!
I don't think anyone would regret staying here because it is so beautiful and well maintained. BUT: There is no internet access at the campsites. The roads inside the campground are smooth but HORRIBLY DUSTY! And I do not mean normal dirt road dust. It is a white dust from the crushed stone they have used for the roads. It covers everything with a white powder that looks like concrete dust. Our dark blue jeep was turned totally white! Sadly, this could have rated as one of the most beautiful parks we ever visited. It is HUGE with lots and lots of room at each space. I wish I had checked out the Bean Pot campground down the road first. The $34 rate does not reflect a Passport America discount because they do not accept it on weekends.
$20 with Good Sam discount. Major construction on the exit requires you to drive south to then backtrack into the fairgrounds. There are two sections. The long term section is all dirt and dusty with mostly very old campers & such. The overnight parking is on a big paved circle with numbered boxes for power. You cannot get the box unlocked until after 4PM when the help shows up. Or rather was supposed to show up. We waited until 4:30 and called the office only to be told the guy was up at the office and would show up shortly. Once connected we were happy campers.
The best way to describe this place is that it is the best place to stay if there is nowhere else! The guy that checked us in was very friendly and helpful. They do have 30/50 amp service with full hookups. The internet works fine. It is OK to stop here for the night but you would never take photographs of it to brag to others with them :)
There is nothing really special about this RV park. The only real attraction close by is the casino across the road. We stayed here holding a rally with 13 coaches. Three coaches were forced to dry camp in the overflow lot and were still charged FULL PRICE! The park is full this month because of Spring Training in Phoenix. Monthly rate is $775 plus electricity. This makes this park one of the most expensive around.
I don't know where they find their front desk people (there were three of them) but they represent the poor education afforded in the USA anymore. Firstly, it takes about 15 minutes to check in! We came as a group of 18 motor homes. Seems they had lost our reservation and our group was split up helter-skelter throughout the park. Once on the lot it is worth the terrible check in process, and I was escorted to my space. Lot is gravel with a concrete patio slab. Internet is not free. What is sad is that this could be a top notch RV park easily pulling in double what they currently are charging. Unfortunately - I will never return here. Also - do not depend on your GPS to find this place. I ended up 15 miles away, and when I called they said they are aware of the problem, but it is not their problem. Would be nice if they would warn customers of the possible GPS error on their website. When I called for directions - the employee did not even know which exit off of I-8 was the exit to their RV park and had to ask another employee. It is right off of I-8.
This park has two distinct offerings. The first is for newer motor homes ten years or under. Parking for these newer coaches is on the upper level and are BEAUTIFUL! But: If you are in an older coach you will be relegated to their LOWER LEVEL. You turn down a dirt road and find that the parking spaces are all dirt and look like what you would expect from a $15 a night campground. It is literally an embarrassment! I complained and they moved me up to the newer section so I really have no complaints. For the price if you are driving a ten year or older coach: I would recommend ANYWHERE ELSE!
Last year this park added sewer hookups. The park is unattended and you just put your $18 in an envelope and drop it into a lock box. The park is fantastic when traveling on Rte 94 as an overnight stop. The park is quiet and has good water pressure. It can handle big rigs but all sites are very easy access back in sites. This is now on our permanent like list! If you do not need septic but do want water and electric the daily rate is cheaper. Tents are allowed too.
What a nice place! Right by the river. We stayed here for two nights so rate reflects daily 50 amp rate. If you have kids you will love the play area for them. Park is clean. River view is fantastic. The manager was one of the most helpful I have ever encountered. Just a real nice guy. Does not accept credit cards but takes checks or cash. It is late in the season but this place must be at least 90% full. Has two pull through sites but the back in sites are paved and great access. If they had wireless internet it would be a ten plus!
$245 a week. We are in a drive through site. What makes this park really special? Nothing. BUT: what they do, they do perfectly. Check in is a breeze and they really make you feel welcome. They also have a boat launch and marina. Daily garbage pickup. Dependable wireless internet. Seventy-eight channels on cable TV and few trees to block satellite access. You are close to EVERYTHING! Park is pet friendly and people pick up after their pets. Every space has a fire ring available. Lots are of ample size. We love this park, recommend it to everyone and will return! Beware: they have HIGH WATER PRESSURE at 80lbs. Use a regulator.
I agree with all the previous reviews. They had a crew here adding more concrete pads. Shows they are improving the park. Only downside is that their Wi-Fi is horrible and was unusable. I would stay here again. Almost 100 channels on cable TV.
Very courteous staff. Many sites do not have sewer but do have water and electric. Dump station is available. Sites are very well maintained. Pull thru sites are the closest together that I have ever seen! The pull through lots are covered with a canopy of huge trees. From many sites you can throw a baseball and hit the train tracks. The tracks are very busy with trains and some going by seemed to like to blow their train horns. This park is way over priced for what it offers. I know it is located near Hershey Park but parks like this should only be a $35-$40 a day facility.