Really rustic "Old Florida" feel to the place. Lots of big trees with big branches. Nice to walk around. Can see the waterways and is really pretty. The train tracks run right through the center of the park and trains run whenever they run. Quiet place, lots of long term residents, some very odd looking rigs. I'd come back if I was in the area. Main parts of town are close and shopping not too far either.
Not too hard to find off I-80, even in the dark. Basic hook up was all I needed to not freeze to death and that's what I got. Didn't explore the park itself, seemed to be just the basics. I only stayed the night because I was exhausted. I'd stop for another nights sleep if I was in the area.
Really beautiful park. Staff is very friendly and helpful too. Unfortunately because it's very hilly many of the concrete slabs are so unlevel that its like you're trying to do acrobatics to get your rig in place then leveled. The clubhouse and pool and all were immaculate. I only was here for 3 nights but I would stay here again if I didn't get the site that almost broke my tow gear.
This place was spooky. The office lady was nice enough but the place was very old with a lot of old trailers and huge trees not trimmed or anything so that about every 30 minutes or so large branches fell and hit my rig. I don't think that I'd stay here again, ever.
I've stayed several times at this park in the past 7 or so years, it is still a very nice park but I didn't really feel very welcome here this time. Some of the staff have an overall bad attitude and I didn't feel that short or sharp answers to questions was a good way to interact with the public. I think I'm going to have to find a different park in the area to stay at my next time in the area because there are several parks and maybe I'll find more congenial folks to deal with.
I was heading to American RV Park which I was just so-so about because I've stayed there before and it was nice but their prices are a bit steep. I'm so glad I saw this place-a little bit cheaper, the staff is fantastic! The bathroom/showers were so clean I thought the place was brand new and asked them this-its a newer building but I have never seen a place so clean! Great location, easy on/off from I-40. I can't wait to stay here again!
I've stayed at this park twice before and I swear I remember it to be a much nicer place. The office and park staff were very nice. The restrooms/showers were pretty nasty so I avoided them. The site they placed me in was so lopsided there was no way I could ever have leveled my rig. I think I'm going to have to find another place to stay on my next trip to Flagstaff.
Beautiful park, very clean restrooms and showers. They advertise discount rates but half a mile down Boulder Hwy is a quite nice park for exactly half the cost per night so I wish I had gone down the road a bit. This places staff was nice and helpful though. Easy walk to the Midnight Bingo Hall. I'd stay here again but will check down the road for a cheaper and just as nice place for the night.
Very nice park, clean restrooms and showers, very helpful and friendly staff. Great location. They have a free shuttle offered by the LDS Church to go to Temple Square. The construction around the entry is miserable but what can you do? Easy to find from I-80. I hope to come back again to stay.
Absolutely the nicest people I have had the pleasure of meeting. Family run MHP, and they have quite a few RV spaces, mostly in the front part but also some through the park. This place reminds me of the little neighborhoods of Philadelphia. Pretty, especially at the front near the office. No amenities, though, but they tell me they are building new shower/restroom facilities. Wi-fi is fantastic at the office. I stayed here 2 weeks and wish it could have been longer. Town/shopping are close and so are BART stations. I loved it here.
This place is very old and dumpy overall. I have never stayed anywhere that had the plague of flies like this place has. The ants are a problem also. To get to the spots you drive through several large old rig graveyards, also known as storage. An online map shows there are lakes here. There are no lakes here: it's a desert, dry and dismal. Around the front office there are several nice plants and trees but otherwise the place is dreary. The pool and hot tub are ok, clean enough. The bathrooms and laundry are sketchy. Playground? Not really. Its all gravel, not too unlevel. Most here are permanent residents, rigs of all ages, mostly older. Town is close. Plan to be nickel and dimed to death over the electric if you stay monthly: something about commercial rates? (Yeah, right.) No cable TV. The Wi-Fi works maybe half the time. No cell phones work here, I don't care who your server is. Its like being in the Twilight Zone. Plan to be cut off from the world during most of your stay here. I guess I'd stay here again, grudgingly, if I had to. If I didn't need an electric hook up I'd rather stay at a rest area or a Wal-Mart lot.
The best place I have ever stayed in 6 years of full time travel. Office staff is friendly though sometimes the new ones don't know the scoop. Restrooms/showers are spotless and the giant laundry is fantastic. The pool is heated during season and is amazing. Theres a cookout plaza, basketball, so many wonderful activities during season. Theres a lounge with pool tables and TV. Free computer use at the office but the Wi-Fi works like a dream too at your site. Sites are level, sometimes the palm trees are in a rough spot. Big fenced in dog run areas. Very family and pet friendly. I loved it here and can't wait to come back again.
It is not worth the money. The asphalt sites are very narrow with alternate small and narrow grassy areas in between. The roads in the park are also very narrow making it a real misery getting your rig just perfectly placed so that the wheels aren't on the grass even an inch-which they insist on. Plus where there are trees-they are perfectly placed to be in the way to make it even more of a challenge getting in and out of your space. Though the sites look level the minute it rains you see massive puddles and mud everywhere with no way not to walk it into your rig because it's everywhere. The staff were ok, some nice, some not. The permanent residents I met were old and nasty.
The bathrooms/showers were very clean. There was a beautiful pool that I never got to use because it rained the entire 2 weeks I was there. They had 50 amp electric sites open but they would not rent those spaces on a monthly basis and would only let me into one of those spaces if the entire time I stayed I paid the nightly rate-and it was ridiculously expensive!There is no space to park your regular vehicle at your site. The very few spaces to park that were available up at the office were usually half filled with the parks' vehicles. It is a lovely park, with a good location, but I wouldn't come back here if they paid me.
I enjoyed myself here for 4 months. The owner is a very nice man and is always making the place even more lovely than it is to begin with-he has lots of flowers and plants everywhere. Mount Rainier can be seen from areas around the park. It is all gravel spots but they level them in between rigs and fill in as needed. The spots are all pretty large-my 35' rig was easy to get in, easy to set up and still had plenty of space to park my truck with duelies. There are several green and grassy areas to enjoy and quite a bit of shade areas. The office/convenience store is brand new and offers a lot of different things. The ladies in the office are very helpful and pleasant. It's quiet, in an off the beaten path town but its really easy to get to the bigger roads. I found the bathroom/shower trailer to be a little iffy at times but was told of a new one to be built. I would definitely go back again. It's about 50 miles from downtown Seattle and I found several easy fast routes to get there. The Wifi is from an outside but local ISP and works pretty good most of the time.