We stayed at this resort about 9 years ago. Its still a quality facility, but just a little on the tight side. Trees could use a little attention (height wise). Nicely located near Zion National Park, and other parks in the area worth visiting. We stayed here in our 45' motorhome. We would recommend this park!
We stayed at this newly taken over by KOA campground in our 45' motorhome. I would not attempt staying here again unless I was 40' or shorter. Way too tight for us. Otherwise, it's just a bit too small overall for our liking.
About what you'd expect for a Texas State Park. Paved roads, good electricity, gravel, level sites. A very steep entrance to this campground, however our 45' motorhome managed easily. Lots of very sharp switch backs. The entrance road is about 2 miles from the main road. Lots of deer and turkey throughout. Good hiking trails.
Wonderful wide open spaces. Very clean, neat. Super WI-Fi, excellent 4G LTE phone service. Excellent views from most sites. Responsive management. Plenty of room for our 45 foot RV. We'd highly recommend this campground when in Vermont !
Probably an old KOA campground with great new owners/management. The best campground in the Baddeck, Nova Scotia area. Several good sites for big rigs. Excellent Wi-Fi, good fire rings, small restaurant, pool, camping cabins, etc. Terrific convenience for touring the Cabot Trail etc.
Without question the best park on PEI if you have a Big Rig. Some 50 amp sites are available, good Wi-Fi, plenty of elbow room. Downside is a lot, I mean a lot of kids; however we've stayed here twice over the years and it's the only park you want to put your Big Rig on! We found this park using Big Rigs Best Bet book.
Not a friendly pet park at all. Internet spotty at best and drinking water from park system had a very odd odor and color. Several owners complain of poor management. Traverse City itself is wonderful and highly recommended, but we would recommend staying at other more pet friendly parks near Interlochen or Petosky.
Depending upon where you are located in the park it can be excellent or 'not so excellent'. If you have a longer rig (45') stay away from the Base Camp area. They do honor site locations and I would recommend reservations well in advance for specific sites. This is a very well run campground and it shows. Extremely close to Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse National Monuments.
"THE" place to stay while visiting Yellowstone National Park. Especially if you have a bigger rig (45'). Excellent workampers, neat, clean, excellent Wi-Fi, good power/sewer. Highly recommended if you are visiting Yellowstone.
Probably the best park in Wyoming. Certainly the best park if you have a 45' coach and need a long pull through or a long back-in. Nice river sites, great trees, properly trimmed. Probably a great place to spend a summer. Highly recommended.
Great shade in this campground, thankfully. Some 'residents' are present with much older vehicles. Overall a decent campground and we'd stay here again. Excellent monthly rates. Clean, well kept, friendly. Not a true resort, but a good, solid campground.
Really the only game in town. A lovely campground high on the hill overlooking Mesquite, Nevada. Unfortunately it looks like the developer took some short cuts and it shows. They would like to 'sell' sites here, but no self respecting 45 foot coach can fit in here without some effort because of said shortcuts. If I were them I'd fully develop the entire complex and cater to the entire RV community; however they MUST make the sites compatible with larger RV's (38' and bigger). This 'resort' has huge potential.
Plenty of room, albeit sites a tiny bit too close. Park undergoing some minor upgrades. About the only game in town. Pro's: Good location, close to Interstate, and about 10 miles north of Richmond. Park appeared to be well groomed. Con's: Way overpriced, front desk seemed confused when we tried to add to our stay, sites slightly too close together. We'd stay again, but there are not a lot of choices in the Richmond area.
We've stayed at this campground before and would return again. Pro's: Good location, nice level sites, plenty of elbow room, fair price. Con's: Ants, spotty Wi-Fi. We've only had ants twice in 6 years. Both times here. Pre-treat your site when you arrive and avoid the issue. Having said that we'll return again, if in the area.
A lovely RV campground in upper Michigan. The Good: Excellent convenience to a wonderful area. Quite close to Traverse City, Charlievoix etc. Well laid out with plenty of elbow room. Very nice maintenance of the park (clean, neat, pretty etc). Very good front desk work-kampers. The Bad: Too expensive. Although a new Internet service was just installed there was still a very slow connection the few days we were here. The potable water seemed to smell funny.
One of the newest 'ownership' RV resorts in upper Michigan. Probably the third best RV resort in this area. Good: Pristine facility, new, interesting site arrangement. Nice Wi-Fi, pool, clubhouse etc. Bad: Relatively remote location, but beautiful surroundings.
This resort is in a class by itself. Why? Outstanding, local ownership and local work campers. Pristine location and close to everything, yet secluded and private. Distinct different communities within the resort. Attention to detail almost everywhere. We have visited at least 100 upscale RV resorts and communities and this is the absolute best. Highly recommended !!
Nicely located park just outside Springfield, Illinois. Was easy access from Interstate. Had good power, good water, good Wi-Fi. It's mostly shaded, but nicely groomed larger trees did not affect our 45' motorcoach. Has fairly long gravel sites. This is a well maintained park. We would stay here again and would recommend to others.
Decent Park. Great Location to downtown St Louis and to casinos along the river. Has good power, water, but NO Wi-Fi: a dreadful no-no these days. Has semi unlevel sites: not terrible, not great. Trees need to be trimmed at almost every site, could be an issue if you have a 45 footer, or don't like to back up. Major no-no.
One of the finest campgrounds in the Ozarks, perhaps in all of Arkansas/Missouri? Newer section has slightly larger and longer pads. Covered boat docks is a nice touch for those bringing their boat. Nice sites overlook the golf course and/or the lake itself. We highly recommend this resort.
A true Gem along the Alaska highway. Along Kluane Lake and the Great Destruction Bay area. Located approximately at the 1666.1 km marker. About 1/4 mile off the highway. Well signed. Many pull through sites. Many big rig sites (ours is 45' and we had no issues). Some water front sites. One of the very best campgrounds on our entire 4 month journey to Alaska. We would highly recommend.
Extremely well thought out Big Rig RV Park. We stayed here in our 45' motorhome and had plenty of elbow room. Easy on and off from I-40, but no road nose. Lots of sites and mostly pull throughs. They also offer for a very reasonable rate breakfast or dinner. Very clean and well organized. We would highly recommend as a one nighter or multiple nights if one needs to be in the Amarillo area.
Slightly tight spaces, in our 45' motorhome, but an immaculate park. Somewhat out in the middle of nowhere: but the little towns of San Juan Bautista and Hollister are interesting places to visit. Monterey, Big Sur and Carmel are less than an hour away. Currently there's only Wi-Fi in the office area, but we think its soon to be park-wide.
We stayed here in a 45' motorcoach and had plenty of elbow room. Very convenient location to explore the Napa/Sonoma communities. Strong electric, spotty Wi-Fi, easy in and easy out, but if coming from the south: turn in front of the huge electric pole at the entrance. Large, level sites with grass and a picnic table. You can walk to town. Excellent work campers.
We stayed here in a 45' motorcoach: the only site that would hold us was number 98. Unfortunately it's way over priced. The park is really more suited to those coaches under 38 feet and shorter. A little tight getting into the park and more than a little tight throughout the park. Some trees needed to be pruned up, others removed entirely for a longer length coach. Did have excellent Wi-Fi.
This facility is in dire need of a major face lift. Huge potential as the park is right on the ocean and quite level. There is excellent Wi-Fi. It's very tight for a big coach (ours is 45'). We stayed in site number one which has an unobstructed view of the ocean. A back in site with 50 amps.
We camped here in our 45' coach and had plenty of room.There are all paved roads and all paved sites. There is an excellent dump station, fresh water, lots of space between sites. There are beautiful trees, some sites on the river, fire rings, picnic tables. One of the best campgrounds in all of Alaska. Highly recommended.
The sites here were a little tight and roads a tad narrow for our 45' motorhome, but no problems. For a casino RV Park, we think this is expensive. Had good electric, good Wi-Fi, and was neat and very clean. Pull-throughs a little too short, but we were unhooking anyway to use the tow vehicle. Price of site varies by location. In our opinion the water view sites are not worth the extra money, others may say differently.
Excellent location when visiting the Seattle area; however there are a few caveats: There are really only 9 usable sites here for motorhomes. The other 9 sites are too short for most motorhomes. The campground is fully treed and some hang fairly low. We did a bit of pruning upon entering and leaving. Additionally the roads to the campground are also tree lined. We entered and left during slow times so that we could drive down the middle of the road, thus avoiding most of the trees. Good 30 amp power and water are available, and there is a good sani-dump when departing. Probably your best 'close in' campground in the Seattle area.
A nice park, well maintained with mostly adults. Tight spaces on some sites. Good location for visiting Leavenworth (a small Bavairan-like town). Good Wi-Fi. Excellent work campers: friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. Downside is it's not quite large enough for our 45' coach. Better for 40' and shorter. My suggestion would be if you are 40 feet or shorter: this is a very nice, tidy campground. If you are 40 feet or longer: unhook first and look around.
We are traveling in our 45' coach. We stopped here and extended our stay. This campground is just that great. Paved interior roads, nicely graveled sites, picnic tables, fire rings, lake side sites and Wi-Fi for under $20. Plenty of elbow room and nicely located sites made it a breeze to back into our lakeside site. One of the finest campgrounds we've ever stayed at and it's meticulously maintained and cleaned. We highly recommend.
We camped here in our 45' coach on our way back from Alaska. This park is beautiful, but we have two complaints. It was too tight for our coach, 40' footers and smaller will have no issues, but too tight for us. Also, its a bit too dusty for our liking: gravel sites and gravel roads. There is an excellent beach and good facilities: fire rings, picnic tables, beach, etc.
We stopped here in our 45' coach. A very clean and tidy campground. We would stay here again, however it's just a tad tight for a 45' footer. Do able but tight on the corners. Forty footers and less, should have no issues. Strong Wi-Fi, and strong power hookups. We would stay here again.
Absolutely a stunning Provincial Park located right on the lake. Many different large sites facing the water. Long back in or pull in sites available. One of the best campgrounds we've stayed at in a long time. Extremely clean. This Provincial Park has a small general store and wi-fi at our site. Lots of elbow room between sites. We have a 45 foot coach and had plenty of room. All paved interior roads, fire rings at each site. A spectacular view right out your front window. It's dry camping, but for a few days of heaven, wow, it can't be beat.
This is a great little park. Very well maintained and plenty big enough for our 45' coach. A very pleasant surprise out in the middle of no where. They had good Wi-Fi, a good sanitation dump. Elbow room was fair, but good enough. One of the best campgrounds in northern BC.
The sites were a little tight as were the interior roads. However; we have a 45' motor coach and the park was large enough for us. If you need to be in Fairbanks this is a good choice. Additionally this campground has some 50 amp sites.
One of the better RV campgrounds in Alaska. We stayed here in our 45' coach and had plenty of room. One of the few campgrounds in Alaska to have very good 50 amp power (most are 30 amp, or less). Certainly the best campground in Tok.
This is NOT a 50 amp park as may have been noted. Sewer and 30 amp and water. One can wash a car or coach there which is a nice plus. No dust, also a plus. However; the biggest reason to stay here is because you can utilize the amenities at the Princess Lodge (which are quite nice). Restaurant is very good. Deck on lodge very good for drinks or dinner. Nearby fishing is exceptional. We have a 45' coach and it is a bit tight, but it is doable.
Probably the nicest park in Seward. Not all sites have sewer, but they have a dump station. Several sites face the creek; however it's hard to see the creek. Nice space between sites, good fire rings along the creekside. Wi-Fi in our site along the creek was strong. Several bald eagles in the campground made for a pleasant stay. We camped here in a 45' motorhome and had plenty of room, however there is a dirt road leading into the campground with trees which for us was not a problem.
We camped here in our 45' coach. Extremely tight and sites are way too short. Also can be dusty. When you're the only game in town one can demand higher prices I suppose. We don't have slides, but if you did it could be problematic. Also not in the best part of town.
Plenty of room for our 45' rig; however it's just an overnight stop (at best) along the way. No real lodge, just a group of old buildings. You may be wiser to stop at the beautiful Yukon Territorial park about 10 miles south. Must have 80 sites, some on the water. Plenty of room for our Big Rig with pull throughs, pull ins and back in spaces. Many stretched out to 100 feet or more.
Beautiful Lodge, decent restaurant and some pretty good camp sites. We camped in our 45' motorhome on the water front section (back in's only). Extremely tight to get into, but the views are tremendous. Only 20 amp electric and pricey, but for one night very nice.
Solid park with 50 amp hook ups. Typical Alaska gravel only campground that also has a bunch of 'camping cabins'. We camped here in a 45' rig and had plenty of room. Main turn in to campground is very tight. Swing as wide as possible..
One of the prettiest, cleanest, best views (of beautiful Muncho Lake) campgrounds we've ever stayed in anywhere. We have a 45' motorhome and had loads of room. Small campground and first come first served. Has a boat dock, too. Very clean. Stunning views of the lake. Highly recommended.
We drive a 45' motorcoach and this is one of the few facilities in Whitehorse that can hold us. No dust in this campground (a major plus in the Yukon). Excellent Wi-Fi, water, sewer, cable for $30. Small campground, and a bit tight, but very doable. If you have a big rig stay here. Same people who own the Klondike Rib and Salmon BBQ restaurant in downtown Whitehorse own this facility. Restaurant is a home run.
We stayed here in our 45' motorcoach. Plenty of elbow room and easy access. Excellent Wi-Fi, electric and water, sani-dump only, good restaurant on site, nice gift store. Probably the best campground in Watson Lake.
Expensive. We parked in waterfront site with terrific view, but no sewer and only 20 amp power. We have a 45' motorhome, but it was tight. The McDonalds Provincial Park 500 yards west of here has excellent dry camping facility right on beautiful Muncho Lake for a fraction of the price. Highly recommended.
We found this campground utilizing our Big Rigs Best Bets book. Our coach is a 45' motorhome but we easily fit into this campground. We don't normally like KOA's; however this has to be one of the best in their entire system. Very well maintained.
We found this campground utilizing the Big Rigs Best Bets Book. We have a 45' coach and we fit easily into this well established park. Elk roam the park freely and there are many sites with excellent elbow room and some sites with terrific views. You may want to unhook and pick a site first.
We've been here before and the management is making some progress on upgrading their facility. Our biggest complaint has been partially fixed: the seedy industrial area and the campground area adjacent to the kids play area. This unsightly area could be easily and cheaply fixed with a dark green or black windscreen placed around the offending area(s). We found this facility utilizing Big Rigs Best Bets book. If your rig is 36' or bigger you need this excellent reference guide.
This park has undergone some major good upgrades. Several very long big rig sites are now available. New office, pool areas look very nice. We had plenty of room in the 'newer' sites. Lots of elbow room and very long sites. We found this resort by utilizing Big Rigs Best Bets book (highly recommended).
One of the best parks in the Austin area. Now enlarged and much more resort like. Some sites are a bit unlevel, so one might review sites prior to parking. Lovely pool area and nice amenities. Sites are very long. We found this park years ago through Big Rigs Best Bets. It's still a great place!
Of all the upscale, luxury type RV Resorts we probably like this one the best. Not quite finished, but when it is. This is a true winner. Additionally, it's located in a wonderful location near Petoskey. After full timing 4 years and staying at every Outdoor Resorts, Signature Resorts and many others, this is the best.
A wonderful setting, with recently paved roads. We have a 45' motorcoach and it's tight in places; albeit doable. Tree heights on roads prior to entering park can be problematic. We are 13'6" and we dinged and doinked quite a few times. Wi fi would be a nice addition. However for a state park to have cable is very nice. Close to downtown Savanah (14 miles).
Probably the best RV facility in Montana and ranks right up there with any RV campground anywhere. We have a 45 foot motorhome and we fit easily into most sites. Very clean, very well maintained. Four blocks to gate in West Yellowstone. Highly recommended.
Potential unrealized in this KOA. Sites are o.k., road is bumpy and dusty. Entry is trashy (at best), stagnant water near kids playground was there for days. Wi-fi weak and/or non existant. Overpriced for the area. Has great potential, but normally we don't drop $42 a night for potential.
Good park, recently upgraded. Good electric, concrete pads, very convenient to town of Napa, excellent campground hosts that meet you on your arrival. Will hold even the largest of Motorcoach's. When approaching park from south wait until traffic is clear and go left of huge utility pole at entrance. They do not take reservations, so arrive before noon or you may not get a spot.
Absolutely one of the finest RV resorts anywhere. Immaculately clean, nicely landscaped. In our top 5 of all RV facilities we've stayed in, and we've stayed in hundreds. Highly recommended. On a scale of 1 to 10 this is a 12.
An above average KOA, very long pull through sites, owners are trying several upgrades. We'd stay here again. One word of caution a bit hard to exit with a big rig. Inquire at desk when departing on best exit strategy.
Very close to the French Quarter plus safe and secure. Friendly staff, very clean facility. Has a bit too much concrete for me (could use some flowers, trees, shrubs to soften) etc. If you want to visit New Orleans this facility is highly recommended. No rig is too big for this facility. We have a 45' motorcoach and had plenty of room.
An enthusiastic two thumbs "way up" on this facility. Well run, professional kept and just stunning scenery. We had a site on the lake and had a wonderful view right out our front window. One of the best overall campgrounds we've ever stayed at, and we've stayed at hundreds. We would strongly encourage anyone to stay here. Very big rig friendly as well. We would rate it an 11 if we could. Just fantastic.
Mostly empty when we were there in October. Way over priced at $150 a night (peak) and $75 a night (off peak). Probably crowded in summer during the peak season. We would recommend staying in Bangor (Pumpkin Patch) if you don't have kids, and commute over. Save lots of money that way and have fewer ankle biters to boot.
This is a terrific park with excellent management, and is a great spot traveling to or from the Canadian Maritimes. Nicely maintained, very clean, lots of work kampers all who are extremely friendly. Is this an Outdoor Resorts? No. Is it a great park at a very reasonable price? You bet. We stayed here almost a month and loved it. Also not too far from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.
We stayed approximately one month at this lovely campground on our way back from the Canadian Maritimes. Super clean, super friendly, nicely located. Excellent place to stop coming and going to Canada. Quiet. Excellent owners who understand RV'ers and lots of friendly work campers. We camped here in a motorcoach and had room to spare. No tree problems, excellent wi-fi. Is this an Outdoor Resorts facility? No. Is this the best bang for the buck in Maine? Absolutely. We highly recommend.
An above average park with a nice location; however park drains badly and we almost got stranded in mud. Good electricity; however and 50 amp is a nice change in Nova Scotia. Close to the Cabot Trail a major plus and the quaint town of Baddeck.
One of the very best campgrounds with exceptional views. No 50 amp and weak 30 amp was a major drawback for us. Had to run the generator just to use the cooktop. Excellent sites available, but pricey. Great tent facilities as well. Very good management and facility was exceptionally well kept. Get good 50 amp power and this place would merit a 10.
We spent an entire month at Marco Polo Land and enjoyed the campground very much. We have a 45' motorhome and there was more than ample room for us with lots of elbow room. We have stayed at hundreds of campgrounds across the US and Canada and this one is truly excellent. Very good attention to detail and maintenance is obvious throughout the park. Very conveniently located in Cavendish and a very nice family oriented park with lots to do for the kids. We heard nothing but positive comments from others here as well. We highly recommend this park.
If you like golf, you'll love this campground which is directly adjacent to the course. Campground will hold even the biggest of rigs and there are tent sites too, both work well here. Only 3 miles from I-95 with a Super Wal-Mart 2.5 miles away. About an hour to the coast where Belfast and Camden Maine are located, and well worth the drive. Also would make a good stop over place going to or from Canada.
We stayed in this lovely campground in a 45' Motorhome with plenty of space and elbow room. Cable did not work, but Wi-Fi was free and outstanding. A great family park; albeit we prefer campgrounds with less kids, we did not mind at all. This is truly a GREAT campground with tons of activities and amenities. Our motorhome has bathrooms and a washer and dryer, but I visited both and they were top notch. I would highly recommend this campground.
Very nice park in a great location. Lots to do near by (casinos, restaurants, Mystic Harbour, waterfront towns, Newport R.I. close by as well). Smartly managed and well maintained; albeit I don't personally like pea gravel on my campsite. I would highly recommend. Made for really big rigs 40-45 footers easily accommodated. WiFi is poor; however. Needs more antennae and updated backbone software. Fishing in campground stream and lakes spotty.
Excellent location while visiting Pennsylvania Amish countryside. Park is making great improvements, tree cutting, more 50 amp sites, more pull throughs, more sewer hookups, cable etc. Easy access in and out of sites for 40' Motorhome or less, a bit more tricky (but doable) in our 45' Motorhome. We'd definitely stay again.
We have a 45' motorhome and we stayed in the "B" loop to get 50 amp electric. Campground is lovely, older city park with nice facilities. Some low branches which the staff removed. Some very unlevel sites near the lake we could not park in, unfortunately. But many nice level sites throughout. Could be very tight turning in some sites. We reviewed prior to parking and choosing a site. Note: Entrance to the entire park is very hard. Very tight right hand turn then another right hand turn in a few feet. You almost have to go over the curb to get in. Having said all that, we'd stay again. Wish they had sewer hookup's however.
Very tough park to review. Location is terrific, even the local Metro has an in-park service, enabling one to go from the campground to downtown D.C. etc. by bus/subway. Excellent. Bad news is campground is getting run down, has little campground rules enforcement and have carnival workers living on site, and/or migrant workers. To us this is just not acceptable, plus it's not cheap. What they need is some competition.
One of the BEST KOA's we've stayed at. Management has obviously worked hard at upgrading for big rigs. Nice long, level pull throughs, free wi-fi. Excellent for an overnight stay, or slightly longer. We have a 45' RV and fit easily into most sites.
Absolutely one of the very finest RV Resorts we've ever stayed at (and we stay at a lot, as we're full timers). Golf just down the road was very good and the Resort has a great rate with several. Nice facilities all around. Only complaint not enough campsites.
Absolutely stunning in the spring with the Azelas throughout the park. A terrific location in the Hilton Head area. Lots of trees, nice flowers, fair elbow room. Park has started to show it's age however and needs some attention. Road needs repaving, some lots are not well maintained, a tad junky in some locations. Wi-fi good. Terrific tennis courts, pool, spa. The parking nazi could use some customer service training.
Overall a very, very nice park. The park is currently adding an additional 125 sites. Wi-fi is poor. Some sites are tight. Location is good. Park starting to show it's age. Needs some gentle improvements to maintain it's high standard.
A truly great RV facility with very good amenities. However: No Wi-Fi !!! Yikes. I guess our fellow Prevost owners can't find the funds to properly wire the park? We rate this the second best RV facility in Florida, (behind Riverbend, near Naples).
We stayed here two lovely months and were extremely satisfied with our stay. Great facility, excellent amenities. Wi-Fi was just being installed so it was spotty but getting better. Possibly the best RV facility we've stayed at in Florida.
This is a lovely campground and could easily accommodate our 45' Prevost. Very natural surroundings and extremely roomy sites. Unfortunately the surrounding towns and communities did not offer much in the way of doing things. Rather boring in this area. But the campground itself is extremely nice.
Nice enough park, but too many retired full time residents there for us (approx 60%). Quiet park with ample space, easy access from the interstate and close to Mount Saint Helens. Great for an overnight stay, not so great for longer. A little tight on the corners going in.
Power is only 30 amps and the campsites are semi-circular and very tight for a big rig. We had trees hanging over our coach and they were way too low. However, the beauty of the facility is unparalleled with big elk roaming through the campground. We'd stay again, but we would review the site PRIOR to parking our rig.
This is by far the closest campground to the big city. It is not long on amenities and the power is iffy at best, views are a non issue there are none. But one is only a 5 minute drive into the city center which is a major plus.
This is a tough park to rate fairly. The location is a 10+. The views are 10+. The electricity is a 4, the sites size is a 4, and the campground is tight, tight, tight for a 45 footer. We would however, return as it's the best campground in the area by far.
Typical Outdoor Resorts except with an exceptional view of the ocean and lighthouse. Weather was crappy, rainy and cold. Resort was very well kept and maintained. Highly recommend if you're in the area. We have a 45' Prevost and had plenty of room, and what a view.
It is hard for us to review this campground. There are things we love and hate about it. We have a 45' Motorhome and we fit in MOST sites, but not all. Many areas are in a state of flux (i.e. some don't have sewer, others don't have water). Wi-Fi comes and goes. Many sites are not complete and way too many things are untidy (tools laying around, pipes for construction, pavestones, mulch, unused wooden pallets, sod etc). Way too much traffic after hours at the 'clubhouse' on outside events (weddings, reunions, plays etc). However; the potential is great in the long term when they get the resort finished. In the short term it's a 'work in progress'. We did see lots of wildlife in or near the campground (deer, fox, moose etc) and the park is located on the lovely Payette river. We just wish they'd get their act together on some of the unfinished projects or at least remove all of the construction items, carts, machines, tools, vehicles, materials to one isolated location. The work campers here are first class.
Actually this park is the only game in town. We have a 45' Motorcoach and this was an extremely tight squeeze for us. We had the wonderful view of the power transformers and wires and the site was muddy from recent rains. Unhooking is a must outside of the park. Getting out was almost impossible and we had to go through the motel parking lot the long way to keep from bottoming out. The good news is they are adjacent to a motel/lodge which was very convenient for an additional guest(s).
We stayed here in a 45' Prevost. Copious amounts of room, easy access in and out. Nice pool/spa. Very accommodating staff and work campers. Escorted to our site a very nice touch. Easy access to I 84 and also Flying J just a few blocks away. Throw in some shade and a few flowers and this place could be a 9/10.
Let's see: when we arrived the sewer was not working; the power was 30 amp, not the advertised 50; the water looked iffy and 1 1/2" of dust everywhere. Trees hung down to about 9 feet and corners are way too tight for a motorhome. Picnic tables were pre War War 1. Staff was weak at best. One of the worst campgrounds at any price we've stayed in: ever.
This is a very new campground. We stayed here about 2 weeks in our 45' RV. This is a nice facility, but with new opening 'growing pains'. We think most of these will pass with time. A decent place to stay if visiting Yosemite Park, about 2 and 1/2 hours away. Not much else to do in the area, except play golf. The golf course is only 3 blocks away and was simple, but fun.
We stayed here for 3 weeks and loved it. Nicely layed out, well maintained. Very easy access to Route 101 and Route 46. Lots to do in a small town. If you like wine it's Disney Land for adults. Over 100 wineries closeby. Hearst Castle 40 minutes away, Big Sur just a bit further. We stayed here in our 45' Motorcoach.
Very centrally located park in the San Diego area. Would rate a 10 except it's darned tight to get into for a 40 or 45' rig. It's doable with a shoe horn. Very nice management, lots of activities, ocean is 100 feet away. I suspect reservations could be a requirement at this park during a large portion of the year.
An extremely nice resort, but located 18 miles from anywhere. Nice spacious sites, 5 pools, tennis courts, lakes, golf. Plenty of room for our 45'er. New section now open with lots of sites available, and they're gonna add 200 more?? Yikes. Would rate a 10 if not so far away from everything.
Absolutely the finest Park / Resort we've ever stayed at. Stunning views, water, excellent shape, plenty of room for 45 footers. Only complaint too many multiple dogs per family. Woof. Woof. Phase 3 now sold out, last phase probably ready in May/June.
A little off the beaten trail but what a great facility. We stayed here in a 45' Prevost and had no problem getting in or out. Many sites with a nice lake view. Lots of room between sites. Highly recommended.
Very friendly management, but this place is set on Dirt, and after a heavy rain it's miserable, then big ruts in the road and the entry road is behind a gas station which is also on a dirt road. Very dusty when dry. Sites are OK. Water pressure is extremely high and could blow out your system if you don't have a regulator.
A nice resort, which is just a tad tight for 45' Prevost. Also a little overpriced for their type of RV Resort. Having said that we'd stay there again as it is neat, clean, well organized, good management and close to the Denver area.
Somewhat off the beaten path and some sites are tight, but overall a decent KOA. Not a great deal do to in Fredericksburg unless one is in to Civil War things. We stayed here in a 45' Prevost and had room; albeit most are 40's or 5th wheels which would have more room.
One of the nicest RV resorts we've been to; however it's a bit of a challenge over the last 6-8 miles from Asheville. We did make it with our 45' Prevost and tow car, but the road is quite twisty and only 2 lanes. They're expanding the park adding quite a few additional sites, but the layout is easy and very accessible. The surrounding countryside is great with many quaint towns, villages, waterfalls and other great places to visit. Asheville is about 45 minutes and is worth a drive as well. As noted in other posts come in only from the EAST side of the resort.
Easy access park right off the interestate. Gated. Some trees which is rare in this part of Arizona. But tight entrance (and especially the exit) are not easy. Do not exit a big rig (45'Prevost) as suggested. Go out the way you came in to avoid scratching your vehicle.
We stayed here for several days. Nice park but very tight for a 45' Prevost bus. Too many 90 degree turns especially upon entering. Only 4-7 spots were big enough to handle our rig. Nice shade trees. Management very attentive to trimming a couple of low ones for us. Call ahead for your spot number and go directly to it instead of checking in will save some extremely tight turns for bigger rigs.
We have stayed here twice and loved it both times. Somewhat on the small side, but certainly large enough to hold our 45' Prevost Bus. Very friendly management and work kampers. Located about 20 minutes west of Austin in a rural setting. Very close to Lake Travis. They have plans to make this a bigger park and we'd highly recommend staying here. Note: Depending upon your campsite number you enter either left or right after turning in. Call ahead for your site number and which road side to come in by.
Very nice little park with nice owners in a rural setting. Very nice rolling mountain views. We camped here in a 45' Prevost bus with plenty of room. We enjoyed this park and would certainly recommend it to others.
A huge park next to the Rhapahannock river. We stayed here in June/July and it was quite busy. We had a 45' Prevost Bus and had plenty of room. Some shade sites are available, but mostly open. Down side is too many 'seasonal' park type models for our taste. Also advertised Wi fi was no where to be found. Campground is also quite pricey. If you like to fish this would be a very nice campground. Management is a pain in the rear, but work kampers were great.
We stayed here in a 45' Prevost Bus for about a week. Very busy park with easy access to several interstates, but very quiet. They get a lot of overnight stays here; however we enjoyed it for a week. Very flat, level sites with picnic tables and 'chiminaries'. One can burn available pinion wood in there and it's a very nice touch.
We loved this campground. Right on Lake Powell with many sites having a lake view. Lots of room between your neighbors. Easy access even for our 45' Prevost. If you like to fish you can walk to the lake easily, or rent a boat close by. Highly recommended.
A wonderful campground surrounded by fishing streams on both sides. Try to reserve a site away from the road (there are plenty). Water pressure is terrible. Rent from an owner and save money on your site. We were here in a 45' Prevost and had plenty of room and easy access.
The campground is nicely located within the region and very close to Mesa Verde Indian Cave ruins. However; the campground is too tight for a 45' Prevost type vehicle. Trees scraped our coach. Very tight entrance and exit.
Large, well maintained campground in a fairly convenient area of Tucson. Campground of this type should have Wifi however. We have a 45' Prevost and plenty of room with easy access. A nice plus is that Camping World is within walking distance.