This is a very nice park with pull-through sites, full hookups and great WiFi. Even though it's on the freeway, there is little or no road noise. The $32 we paid was the cash price. We have stayed here before and would definitely stay here again.
The rate reflects the Escapees 15% discount and includes taxes for a full hookup site. They are also Passport America, but that rate is only good on the water/power hookups. This is a very nice park with wide roads and long, wide pull-through spaces. It is close to the Interstate, but we didn't notice any road noise in the park. There are trees at each space, but they didn't interfere with our roof mounted satellite dish. As mentioned by another reviewer, the water pressure is very high, so use a regulator. At check-in they will give you a discount coupon good for $2 off if you are visiting the Crater. If you visit the Crater, there is a coupon for 10 cents/gallon off on fuel at the RV park store/gas station on the back of your ticket. We would definitely stay here again.
The only review for this park is from 2004, but we decided to stop here anyway. We pulled in and found the dirt roads and spaces to be too narrow for our 5-wheel with slides on both sides. The trees were also right in the way of getting satellite TV off the roof. Unfortunately we could not find a space to accommodate our trailer so we left. We did stay long enough to try to find a space that would work for us, but were not able to find one. This park would be fine for smaller RV's under 30' who don't have a roof mounted satellite dish. Larger RV's need to look elsewhere. Even though we did not spend the night, I felt an updated review of this park would be helpful.
The nightly rate reflects the Passport America rate for a 50 amp full hookup site which includes cable and wi-fi. We didn't use the cable, but the wi-fi worked great. There are no rest rooms, showers or laundry but we wouldn't have used them anyway. This is the only reason I rated this park a '9'. There was no pool, but for the price, wouldn't have expected one. The sites are long, level gravel pull-throughs and would accommodate any RV; and, there's no need to unhook the 'toad' or tow vehicle. The man who checked us in was very friendly and personally escorted us to our site, explained all the hook ups and asked if there was anything else we needed. The park is very neat and clean. Some spaces have shade trees; however, most are open with a clear southern view for satellite. The adjacent run down motel is reminiscent of the old Route 66 motels, but we didn't find it to be a detraction to our stay. Del's Restaurant, which is within walking distance of the park, has excellent food. We stayed here several days and would definitely stay here again.
The park is easy to get into and out of from I-40. The staff was very friendly. The sites are level, pull-thru spaces, many of which would accommodate the largest RV. There are some trees, but we asked for a satellite space and had no difficulty getting TV off the roof. We were parked quite a distance from the office and, although I could see the wi-fi, was unable to connect to it. They have a great indoor pool and hot tub which I thoroughly enjoyed after a long day on the road. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a city park that is used by a lot of Hitchhiker owners who are having warranty or repair work done, but we saw many others using the park as well. The first 2 nights are free and $10/night after that with a limit of 10 days in a 30 day period. The sites are level with some pull-thru and some shaded. As another posted noted, there is a Wal-Mart Supercenter just down the street and El Pueblito Mexican restaurant next door where we found the food to be excellent. Since the repairs to our trailer took more than one day, we also tried Opie's Pizza on the recommendation of the locals and found it to be excellent as well. We would definitely stay at this park again.
We stayed here a week under the Passport America rate for a 50 amp full hookup site. The staff is very friendly and quite knowledgeable about the area and there are activities and meals on weekends. There are lots of permanent people living in the park with only a dozen or so full hook up spaces for overnighters. They do have lots of power and water spaces in the group camping area. They had quite a lot of rain before we arrived, so we had to come in the group camping entrance since the water was too high over the creek crossing. When we left a week later the creek crossing was completely dry since there had been no rain during our stay. The roads are mostly dirt and are very muddy and full of holes when it rains. They did grade the roads some when they started to dry out which helped. It can, however, be quite dusty when it's dry and the wind blows. The pull-thru spaces are mostly grass and are not level, but we didn't have a problem getting level. In spite of the muddy roads when we arrived (which is why I didn't give the park a better rating), we did enjoy our stay and would probably stay here again, but only if it's not raining.
The rate includes Good Sam discount and taxes. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. The roads and sites are gravel and wide enough to make parking a breeze. There are trees in the park, but we had no problem getting satellite off our roof. I didn't use the WiFi, but my Verizon air card worked great. The park is located in a light industrial area, but we didn't find the noise level to be a problem. It rained during our stay, but the puddles that formed drained off right away. We only stayed for 2 days, but would definitely stay here again.
The office was closed when we pulled in at 3:30, but our reservation was waiting for us on the board outside the office with a map to our site. We had a long gravel site that was easy to get in and out of. There are trees in the park, but I asked for a space that we could get satellite TV off the roof and we had no problem in the space we were assigned. The park has WiFi, but my Verizon air card worked so well, I didn't use it. The only downside to this park are the trains that run right behind the park. There is a crossing near the park, so the trains all blew their horns right behind the park. The upside is that we didn't hear any trains from around 11 at night until the next morning. And although we are not light sleepers, they are loud enough that we would have heard them if they had come by! In spite of the train noise, we would probably stay here again.
This is a membership campground and the $11 we paid is the RPI price including tax. This is a no-frills park, but a great place for a night or two. We've stayed here before, so knew what to expect. There is now a couple living on-site as managers and they are very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The park is basically a gravel parking lot with full hook-ups (30 amp only) and a couple of shade trees. Big rigs would have no problem as there's plenty of room to pull forward in the space to clear the utility poles. We've stayed here several times before and have never found the park full. This time there were only 2 other RVs there. There are restrooms and showers, but no laundry facilities; however, there is a laundry a couple blocks from the park. My Verizon air card worked flawlessly there, but we were told the park was planning to put in wi-fi next year.
This is a very clean, well-kept park and the staff was very friendly and accommodating. The price reflects a 15% Escapees discount. The streets and spaces are paved with grass between the spaces, but the streets are narrow and the spaces are barely long enough accommodate a 40' RV. We had no problem with our 34' 5-wheel and truck, though we did have to unhitch to get level. My Verizon air card worked great there, so didn't use the park's wifi. I would have given the park a better rating, but the noise level was pretty bad since it is right next to a busy road and truck stops. It did get quieter at night when the traffic died down. We were only here overnight, and in spite of the noise, we would definitely stay here again, but only for a night or two.
This is a new park with wide gravel access roads and long, level, pull through sites with grass between the sites. It is very clean and well-maintained. There are trees, but they are quite small. The park is easy to get to from I-5, and although it is right next to the freeway, we didn't get any freeway noise, which was a pleasant surprise. The staff was super friendly and helpful at check-in. There are free coffee and muffins in the morning. I had problems connecting to the free Wi-Fi and when connected found it to be extremely slow. It was so slow, it took several tries to even get e-mail. We were only here one night or we would have set up our Hughes dish. There are park models set up on the north perimeter of the park. We will definitely stay here again.
It was raining when we pulled into the park, so it was nice to have a cover over the check-in area. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We were escorted to our site which was nice due to the rain. The streets and sites are paved, and the patches of grass are Astro Turf. Most sites are pull thrus. This is a very neat, well-kept park and the rules are enforced which made our stay very pleasant. The park Wi-Fi requires a code, but worked flawlessly and was quite speedy. We will definitely stay here again.
We have stayed here twice before on our way north in the spring and south in the fall. This time of year the park was deserted with only a few rigs stopping for the night. The pull thru spaces are level and long enough to accommodate even the largest RV. There are trees for shade, but we were able to get satellite TV off the roof with no problem. And we enjoyed the view of the surrounding mountains. The staff was friendly and accommodating at check-in. Wi-Fi is available and needs a code to connect. It worked flawlessly. There is some road noise, but as the traffic dies down during the night, it is barely noticeable. We will definitely stay at this park again.