Topock is the western-most AZ town on Route 66. This park has a nice view of Goose Lake (in the distance), a very sweet and accommodating "temp manager", and is very quiet, but that's about it. The turn in to the sites was very sharp and sandy, but the dirt sites are easy to back into. Patio slab was long. Sewer connection was on wrong side of site, so we didn't hook it up. Area filled with sticker plants, which made dog-walking difficult, and we had to pick them out of the soles of our shoes before entering the rig. Town has a marina, a general store, and a couple of gas stations and places to eat. Rate is P/A.
No "RV" signs on the 190, so make sure you're at the RANCH and not the INN. The reservations clerk, cell reception, and the Wi-Fi get a "10", as all were great, but the rest of the park gets an 8. The sites are pretty narrow, but the road is wide enough for easy back-in. The 50-amp breaker kept blowing when we used the AC and microwave together. Even though the park is surrounded by beautiful Death Valley mountains, NO view from the RV site, which was disapointing. Dog poop everywhere. A lone coyote has made the park his home, and wanders through it daily. The pool and other amenities looked very nice. A borax museum, golf course, general store, cafe, saloon, and steakhouse are on site. Plenty of places to ride your bicycle, but lots of traffic. Having checked out the full hook-ups at the Furnace Creek NPS campground nextdoor, we'll stay there next time.
We've given up trying to find a nice park in Las Vegas, but this is the best so far. Basically a large parking lot with hookups, spaces are tight, but able to put out awning. "Premium" spaces that back up to neighboring park are the best, being wider. Cars on the street make it a tight drive, but road in and out is fine. Located on Boulder Hwy, so there is road noise, as well as some airplane noise as it's under the landing path of the planes. Nice little doggie area (and the park behind it is super for dog-walking), but no off-leash area. Pool looked nice. Laundry room is small, but clean and newer machines. Wi-Fi is so slow that it's almost non-existent. No cable, but antenna brought in all major networks plus some others. Front desk staff EXTREMELY helpful and nice, which is why we'll go back.
What a quiet and beautiful campground! LONG, WIDE pull-thru sites (back-ins were huge, too), nice picnic table area with fire pit (bundles of wood sold on the honor system in campground for $5/bundle). Plenty of places to ride bicycles and hike. Horseback rides available. Small store had essentials. 12-14 miles from groceries, wifi, and cell reception. Close to Bryce N.P. Be aware of hitchhiking critters--we found 2 mice in the truck cab eating the dog treats.
Large paved interior roads and large gravel spaces. Our back-in was HUGE, easy to get into, and had cable. Very dog friendly (Ann at the check-in desk was very popular with our pooch as she gave her lots of doggie treats), but they're not allowed on the grass near the gazebo/putting green. There are, however, 2 small off-leash areas. Donuts/bagels and coffee most mornings. Walking distance to groceries and restaurants, as well as a nail salon, pizza, and a bicycle shop. Close to casinos. Close to a great bike trail that goes by the Virgin River. Would've given it a 10 except for the mostly non-existant wifi. However, the nearby Jack-in-the-box had good wifi. Park entrance was hard to find as signs say "New RV Park" with no name. Turn east at the Smith's gas station, then right as if going into the Smith's grocery store-park is on left. We'll definitely be back.
Rules and more rules! Can't climb on a ladder or the RV's ladder, can't park in front of the RV door, can't stay in front of the rig more than a couple minutes when hooking up. Also, was told at check-in that it's $45 for credit, and $42 for cash. I asked if we could park and come back and pay, as the cash was on the rig and the slides had to be opened to get it, but was not allowed to do that. Nice enough park, but crushed brick was always being dragged into the rig. Dog area was closed (flooded), but new area was provided, and was nice. Wi-Fi was great. Think we'll stay at the KOA next time.
Well maintained park, all gravel. Pool is closed for the season. Extremely long pull-throughs are nice and wide. Had to use extension to sewer hose, but all others were fine. Wi-Fi great, no cable, but about 25 stations over the air. Close to downtown, groceries, restaurants. Road noise was a little loud, but tolerable. Cute little doggie area. We'll definitely stay here again.
Easy in/out. Nicely maintained park with paved interior roads and gravel sites. The first spot they put us in was too narrow and short, but they moved us with no problems. The 2nd site was huge and level. WiFi & cable were great. BBQ dinner was excellent! Lovely pool area. Nice store with lots of Native American items. Just a short walk/drive to stores and restaurants. We'd definitely stop here again.
Nicely kept-up park. Good interior roads, and nice long spaces with a picnic bench. Plenty of room to put out awning. 2 dog areas. WiFi great (didn't hook up cable). Less than a mile from the Railrunner train, which is very cheap transportation to either Santa Fe or Albuquerque, with free shuttle connections to local sites. Casino shuttle picks up at park. Sadie's restaurant now open at casino. We want to stay longer next time.
A no-frills, PA park, but from what we saw in Tucumcari, it's seems the nicest in town. Good Wi-Fi, good cable. Easy in and out. Very long spaces, good width, tree shade. Friendly hosts. Right on Route 66, such as it is through this town. We'd stay here again for an overnight.
Nice interior roads, long spaces, but tightly packed in. Nice, efficient staff, nice pool area. Good Wi-Fi & cable. Lots of area to walk dog, plus a small Kamp K9. Little bit of plane noise. Close to fun stuff.
Nice, green park with gravel/dirt spots that are long and wide. Quiet. Patios with nice tables and chairs. Pool looks good. WiFi works great. We never hooked up the cable TV or went to the fitness center. Two grassy dog areas, one for small and one for large dogs. Roads are a little narrow, but large rigs don't seem to have a hard time. Only difficulty is turning into the park, as driveway is narrow. Close to shopping, and about 20 miles from the Boardwalk.
When directions were given with a U-turn involved, we weren't going to go, but we were assured that even the largest rig could make that turn. Our 36-foot, 5th wheel made it with ease. Slight uphill driveway to enter. Sites are VERY long, and you are a good distance from your neighbor. Hook ups are in the back. Only a few miles from Vicksburg National Park (ask to borrow the driving CD from the RV park office for the National Park driving tour). Pretty pool, but no shade. Dogs can be walked anywhere in the park. Wi-Fi is strong, but kept disconnecting. No Cable TV.
Bare bones park, with extremely helpful staff and nice pool area. Sites are long, but quite narrow. No cable TV, but could get 4 major networks via antenna. Nice grassy field for the dog: no Camp K9. WiFi is available, but SLOW and sporadic. A LONG 20+ miles to downtown Charleston. On a very busy street, so it's difficult to get in and out. Near grocery, fast food, and drugstores.
At $70 a night you expect a lot, and this KOA delivered. Large, shady spots, great cable TV and WiFi, nice interior roads. A large, friendly staff that caters to your every need. Lots of fun activities for the kids and a short bike ride from the ocean. TONS of shopping and restaurants within walking distance. Nice Camp K9. This is definitely a destination resort. We will come back again, but not during Bike Week.
Don't understand the previous review's 5-star rating or the comment about needing to experience Heritage Park. It's a basic park, with easy back-ins but no amenities. Good Wi-Fi, but the cable's not very good unless you rent a cable box from the office (which is closed on weekends). There is lots of sand, but it seemed to shake off well. Grass in between the sites. The road noise wasn't bad, and it's close to malls and about 12 miles to downtown Augusta.
Pros and cons to this park. The pros are: Easy to maneuver in and around park, friendly and accommodating staff, good WiFi, good cable, wide, long shady spots, and Pizza Hut delivers here. The cons: Kind of pricey for the area and lack of amenities, did hear the bass music for a short time as one reviewer stated, but the main con is that it's located 2 miles from the Albany Speedway, and on this Friday night, they were still going at 10:30 p.m.--loud and extremely annoying. Good for an overnight stay, but not during races.
Quiet, serene, beautiful, and right on the water. Easy in/easy out, with large sites (wide and long). Good cable and WiFi. Extra large, grassy dog run. Pool enclosed with screens. Gazebo area by boat dock is a great place to laze away the afternoon, watching a gator or 2 glide by and listening to the birds calling and the fish jumping. Resort also offers boat tours and fishing trips, which we didn't have time to do. We'd definitely stay here again.
Nice, serene, park, with wide and long sites. Cable is good and Wi-Fi is good (when it's up). Pond with ducks, geese, and lots of grass. Off the beaten path, so it's quiet but slight train noise. Close to Mobile and USS Alabama. Not listed as PA, but gave us discount. Great overnight park.
Rate is PA for waterfront back in. Park is about 7 miles away from the craziness of New Orleans. We were on the marina side, and actually saw a gator in the water, which was cool. Park's outdoor bar and restaurant are fantastic--food, drinks, and view. Would've given the park a 10 if not for the airplane noise from nearby airport (though not frequent), the noise from the adjacent boatyard, and train noise (also not frequent). Spots are gravel and wide and long. Cable worked well and free WiFi, too. We'd definitely stay here again.
Near the 146 & a Chevron Station, so noise level is high. No restrooms or showers. Lots of permanents who don't seem to think they have neighbors, and can be as loud as they want. Laundry room floor was littered with dryer sheets and a couple of cigarette butts. However, WiFi was great, cable was great, and the owner is one of the nicest people you'd ever want to meet. Lots of grass for walking the dogs on. Park is about 20 miles from the Space Center and some great restaurants (Tommy's Restaurant and Oyster Bar had a dozen yummy oysters for $5!) Next time, we'd probably stay outside of Baytown.
Nice, quiet, shady park, about a half mile from the river. Lots of white tail deer in the area, as well as the park's longhorn cattle and mini donkeys. Spots are large (#82 is HUGE)and easy to get into. WiFi & cable weren't the best, but that may have had to do with numerous storms. All in all, a very pleasant park.
Close to I10, but low road noise. Clean grounds, nice little Puppy Patch, wide spots. Owners really care about this park. Not sure what they did to the WiFi since the last reviews, but it worked great, in spite of the fact that the park was nearly full and we were in the last row. Even though we had a torrential downpour while we were there, no problem with mud. Great overnight stop.
A no-frills park, with wide pull-through spaces, friendly staff, and great WiFi. Right off the I-10, but no road noise to speak of. Stayed an extra night to go to White Sands Natl Monument, which was great.
Beautiful, clean, and some of the friendliest staff anywhere. Nice pool and laundry facilities. Indoor jacuzzi. Spaces are wide enough, but the palm trees make it a little tough to back into (otherwise I would've rated this park a 10). Lots of activities. Nice dry wash to walk the dog (no burrs). With the Passport America price you can't go wrong. We'll stay here again when passing thru Tucson.
Nice park with a few asphalt pull throughs. We opted for a back-in spot. Fairly easy to back in with no neighbors, but not so sure if spots were occupied. Near a busy road, so a little road noise. Wi-Fi was adequate. Wonderful large grassy dog park. Friendly staff. Price is Passport America.
Wonderful park with large spaces & nice patios. Easy to back in. Good Wi-Fi. Ice machine in laundry room (.25 for a bag), but no store. Everything is clean and manicured. Two dog parks (one is supposed to be for small dogs, and the other large, but no one pays attention to that), and a dirt trail around the park. Beautiful pools and jacuzzis. Lots of activities. Staff and residents were all very friendly. Would've given it a 10, but very near the flight path of the airport (planes and helos were occasional, but loud). Price was for October special.
The laundry room was clean. WiFi worked well. Owner was very pleasant, but not always available. The biggest negative were the gunshots that could be heard from the nearby shooting range--one day until 9:00 at night. The constant "pop, pop" got to be very annoying. That being said, the highlight was the amazing view of the desert. It was breathtaking. Price is Passport America.
No frills park, gravel, weeds, but nice owners. Backs up to a well-traveled road. Pull-through sites are very narrow, but the back-ins are wide. Walking distance to downtown Tombstone, which is nice. Great Wi-Fi. No place to walk the dog except on the side streets, which was fine. Nice little cafe for breakfast behind the office.
Wonderful park. Nicely maintained. Easy entry/exit, large pull through sites (length and width), paved pads with gravel in between. Lots of activities. Observatory show was great. Walking distance to Safeway. Wi-Fi slow but free for 7 days. Two fenced-in, gravel dog areas, but no shade. Trains nearby and whistles are loud both day and night, but didn't bother us after first night. Used website coupon for $25.00 off 3 night stay. Would definitely stay again.
Great location, wonderful enclosed dog area, Very friendly people. The Wi-Fi is only available at the office/clubhouse, but it's a nice facility. Didn't connect the cable as we have a sat dish. Laundry room clean. No pool or hot tub. The only down side are the back-in spots, which are rather narrow to slide into. But once in, the spots are nice and set up so that the patio is in between our trailer and the truck. Walking distance to Walmart and restaurants. Rate is Good Sam.
Maybe it was the time of year, but we didn't encounter any problems with water pressure or water usage. Loved the quietness of the area, the mile-long path through the woods to Jacob Lake Inn, and the clear, star-filled night sky. Our dog loved the forest path, too. Wi-Fi was 20 miles away, no cell phone reception (AT&T), and too many trees to set up a TV dish, but out there, the solitude is the main attraction. 45 min drive to the north rim, but worth it for full hookups. Sites were long enough and wide enough. We enjoyed our stay.
Huge spots, easy in/out, no road noise, but close to an elementary school playground. W-iFi & cell is reception good. Beautiful field with horses to the east. Large walk area for dogs, but lots of "stuff" for long-hair dogs to pick up. About 2 miles to downtown Springerville.
Nice, long pull through sites that are easy to get into. Wi-Fi is spotty and kept disconnecting. Cell service (AT&T) is good, and able to set up TV dish. Close to the mall, Sunset Crater, Wupatki, and downtown Flagstaff. Less expensive than other parks in the area, and quite adequate.
Had to pull in here for the night due to some high, gusty winds. Desk clerk was very nice. Only 2 other "overnight", and a few "full-timers", so park was mostly empty. LARGE spaces, good cable TV, Wi-Fi adequate, quiet park (a little road noise), clean grounds, nice little grassy area to walk the dog.
Huge park in the pines. VERY well kept--clean & tidy with nice level (long) sites and a fire pit at each site. Freeway noise was loud, and train whistles could be heard throughout the day & night. Large Kamp K9, but no separation for large/small dogs. Tons of things for kids to do. Wi-Fi was strong. Very friendly staff.
If you don't want to buy here, be ready to be called every synonym for "stupid". Sales manager was overly aggressive. Sites are decent sized, but the area is very dusty. The "seaweed" on the lake shore was never picked up, and there were bees everywhere. A dog run that has river access is a great idea, however we couldn't use it because every time my dog ran towards the water, the bees chased her away. Cable TV and modems are an extra fee, and the Wi-Fi in the clubhouse has been down for months (Cyber D'Lites Internet Cafe in Parker is wonderful). Price reflects "free" week. No more "next time" for us.
This is one of the prettiest and best laid-out parks we have ever been in. Nice paved roads and large pull-through sites (ours had a view of the river in the back, and a grassy area in the front), with privacy shrubs in between. A small, enclosed dog run, but so much grass along the river that our dog had a blast. The pool looked beautiful. The Wi-Fi was great. Now if only the weather had cooperated. We'll definitely come back when it's cooler. Rate reflects discount for cash.
Right off the I12 and near train tracks, but the road is not busy at night, and we only heard 4 or 5 trains in the week we've been here. Owner and staff are extremely pleasant. Interior roads are adequate, and sites are level, even though a little narrow and short, but we've seen worse. The best feature is the dog "run", which is more of a dog "park"--shaded and huge! We were going to stay 3 days, and ended up staying a week. LOTS to see within an hour's drive of the park.
Wonderful park. A little road noise and a train horn now and then, but mostly quiet and peaceful. Nice wide spots (even though they're a little short) and wonderful mountain views. Large meadows for the dogs and lots of walking trails. Sand volleyball court, golf driving range, and pool. Our spot had a fire ring. No cable, but sat dish can be set up. Good Wi-Fi. All in all a great place to relax.
The only good thing about this park is the enthusiasm & politeness of the new owners and employees, but they have a seemingly impossible task on their hands to get this park in shape. The sights are so narrow there's barely enough room to walk between rigs with the slideouts out. Even low conversations can be heard from your neighbors. Some freeway/train noise. WiFi is nearly non-existent. No cable, but we were able to pick up a few channels with the antenna. It is close to a paved bike/walk/jog path, and a beautiful park--when no one's there, we let the dog run free. Lot's of "cotton" from the cottonwood trees, so take your allergy pills.
Our 5th stay here. Love the fact that we are near the train tracks, which could be a deterrent if you're not train-lovers. It's nice to be able to ride a bicycle into town. The park was clean and well taken care of. We like that fact that it's all paved. Wi-Fi and cable worked acceptably. We will definitely stay here again.
Nice wide spaces with patios, picnic tables, fire rings, and grill. Interior roads are nice and wide. Wi-Fi & cable worked great. Friendly employees who are always trimming, mowing, or watering around the park, making it beautiful. Nice grassy area to walk the dog--wish it would've been fenced-in for off-leash play. We'd definitely stay here again.
Nice, quiet park, away from road noise, but 3 pages of rules and regs. Really? It does have great views of the surrounding mountains and golf course, but only a limited area to walk dogs in the park. (There are sand sidewalks outside the park.) If you've been holding your recyclables on your trip, this is the place to go: they recycle just about everything.
This is absolutely the best KOA we've stayed at. The owners and employees are always making sure you're doing well, and constantly cleaning and gardening. The sites are large and level, the WiFi is very good, the pool is beautiful, and there's a kid's playground as well as 2 dog areas--one for small dogs and one for large. My dog loved them both, as well as the creek that runs through the park. Breakfast is offered in the morning, and pie, ice cream & pizza in the evenings, as well as a movie. With all the things to do in Durango, we plan on coming back to this RV park again and again.
Beautiful mountain park with lots of tall pines (they had DirecTV hook up at the site because it's impossible to set up a dish). Great walks and hikes all around the park. Close to the lake. Would've given it a 10 if it were a little easier to get in our site, too many close trees.
The back-in sites are very big with lots of grass and shade trees. Definitely not walking distance from downtown Moab, but that makes it a quiet park. About 6 miles from Ken's Lake, which my dog loved. We would stay here again.
Beautiful and clean park, no bugs, with a great view of the Yellowstone river. Wonderful dog walk areas, my dog even went wading in a calm spot by the shore. The owners and employees are super nice, the store is large, and there's a campfire every night (where you can get to know your fellow campers) and an ice cream social on Sundays. Would've given this park a 10 if it weren't for a bit of road noise and poor WiFi (slow and sporadic). We didn't mind the 30-mile drive to the north Yellowstone entrance because the scenery was beautiful. We'd definitely stay here again.
The owners/hosts are SO friendly and accommodating. The mountain view is beautiful. It's close to a grocery store and a large park. Nearby Angel Lake is well worth the drive. Also, the drive out to the Metropolis ghost town was beautiful. The negatives are a little road noise and no pool, but we would stay here again.
Nice, clean park, right on the golf course. Upon check in, we were told the pool and spa were "down", as was the cable TV (asked for a rate reduction but didn't get one). Large, level paved pads with grass and picnic table, and relatively quiet, even though close to the freeway. The best things about this park are the awesome off-leash dog areas: one for large dogs and one for small (grass, toys, shade and water, our dog LOVED them), and the free WiFi. The food at the sports grill was good, and reasonably priced. We'd stop here again if we were passing through.
This small park is nice, quiet, and pet-friendly. 10% discount for cash or check. Long, level concrete pads (our 30' fit well within the pad), nice pool and clubhouse area, very attentive, nice owners and residents, close to groceries (SaveMart) and shopping (KMart), and great WiFi ($5.00 for 7 days). No cable TV, but could get 19 channels with the antenna. Also, at every site there's a very convenient trash/recycle tub. Out of the eighty or so parks we've stayed at in the last 3 years, very few have had recycle bins, and none of them had them at the sites. This was a welcome change. Intended to stay 2 nights but stayed 4. Not a bad drive to Sequoia National Park and King's Canyon. Close to golf and dog parks. Only negative is the high curb at the entrance/exit. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.
We stayed here last year, and it was really nice. It's a different story now. The pool & spa were closed M-Th (even though the temp was in the 90's), the game room was closed due to vandalism (with no date set for re-opening), the laundry room floor had a carpet of dead insects on it (disgusting), weeds and trash are all around, and large rain-made gouges in the dirt made for an uneven RV pad. Plus, the rates have gone up $20.00 a night from our last stay! The good things: the Pro Shop clerk was EXTREMELY helpful and nice, and the Wi-Fi was adequate. The only reason we'll stay here again is that it's close to our relatives and friends.
A beautiful and relaxing park, with the longest sites we've ever seen. Within walking distance of the lake, this park has a pristine feel--beautiful landscape and very clean & quiet. Nice patios and a fire ring at each site. Wonderful grassy dog-walk areas. The hosts & owner are extremely friendly, and escort you to your site. We will definitely stay here again.
Situated in between Interstate 40 and the railroad tracks, this is not a quiet location. However, the sites are huge, have nice cement slabs with picnic tables & BBQ, and being able to use an indoor pool and spa were nice features (it was snowing when we were there). Great Wi-Fi and cable. Friendly office staff, too.