Rate reflects Passport America 50% discount. Park is well kept and the management was friendly. We were assigned a site at the back of the park and found the roads a little tight for a 40 ft motorhome towing a car. Next time I will disconnect the car before proceeding to my campsite. Nice quiet park with lots of open spaces at this time of year. Had a problem with getting satellite since we are next to large trees but the cable is pretty good so no complaints. We will return if in the area.
We have stayed here before and have found the park to be a good stopping place when traveling. This trip we came in late and although the lady at the office spoke to us out the window of her apartment she did not bother to tell us that they were not allowing Passport Member discounts this week. There was plenty of space so space was not an issue. This is an older park and the only reason we stop here is the discount. Poor service in my opinion. Won't be back
Easy off/on from freeway. Right turn onto Highway 99 is a little tight for bigger rigs you need to hang out into the next lane in order make the turn. The park itself is clean, neat and, quiet the staff was friendly and helpful. This is an older park and the sites are a little close together but since it was not busy they had everyone spaced out with empty sites between them. Our price is with a Passport America discount. We loved it and will most certainly stop again.
We have been going to the Oasis for several years now, first under RPI and then when they dropped the RPI affiliation paying full price. This trip I called well ahead of arrival to make reservations. I specified that I had a 40 ft motorhome with 3 slides and that I would be towing a car. I also specified that I have a dog. On arrival I was assisted by a clerk who seemed to be more interested in speaking to another employee about a unit that was being removed from the park than assisting me. Although not rude she just gave the impression she did not have time to deal with me. We were assigned site #235 and when my wife questioned whether it was long enough she said curtly that the site is 45 feet long and would be big enough. Parking in the site was somewhat of a problem as there is a tree to the side which was poking into my slide topper on that side. In the rear there was another tree which hit the back of my motorhome. Compounding the problem there was a rise in the ground to the back of the site which my trailer hitch hit stopping me from being able to back all the way into the site. Since I was not able to back in deep enough I was forced to park my car along side the motorhome. Since the patio for the site is close to the road on this site I had to park covering the patio so I no longer had any patio to use. After settling in we then had to put up with several motorhomes and trailers being brought into one of the sites across from us that was being used as a public dump station. During that time some of the longer vehicles blocked the street in front of us and their passengers wandered around in front of our site. This scenario was repeated on Monday night also but we left for dinner so I only observed a couple of units using the makeshift dump site. Sunday evening when I needed to walk my dog I found that we had been placed what seemed to be about 2 city blocks from the nearest pet walk. Definitely not acceptable! Being put against the wall next to I-15 and all the noise was a new and enlightening experience for us also. Although we have enjoyed the many times we have stayed at the Oasis in the past; paying the rates they charge for the services we received is no longer acceptable. We were working our way back to Oregon after a 4 month trip to Florida and I hate to say it but our stay at the Oasis was the worst of the entire trip. We may miss the Oasis in some ways but, in this economy it is just not a good value.
This is a small well kept campground behind Cookie's Antique world. Although probably not a destination type campground it is close to Branson and could be used as a base. The power, water, and Wi-Fi were all excellent and, road noise was at a minimum. The normal rate is $15 a night but we stayed under Passport America for only $7.50. A great place to stay and we would stop again if ever in the area.
We arrived at 6:15 PM' after the 6 pm closing time. The sign on the office door stated "Find an empty campsite and pay in the morning". After getting leveled and starting to hook up the manager showed up and said we had to move as he had just rented this site to someone else. The park was basically empty except for the permanent residents so there were plenty of other sites available so we begrudgingly moved. Next we asked about WI-FI and were told it was $10 a day; outrageous. The park itself is old but clean; sites are small and not very level. Our 50 amp power worked fine but the neighbors next to us had to plug into the 30 amp on our pole as theirs would not work and neither would their neighbors on the other side. The location is good for touring Graceland, but this is not a neighborhood you would want to be walking in at night. I don't think we would stay here again.
We love this park and have stayed there many times under RPI. This year they dropped out of RPI and we had to pay $40 for the same sites in the low rent district in the back of the park that we stayed in before. A lot of money for what you get.
I read the other reviews but came anyway since the park had wi-fi, a pool, and a hot tub, along with being next to the casino. For our $20 we got a somewhat level site in a blacktop parking lot. The pool and hot tub have been shut down and drained. The wi-fi worked the first day we were here but then went down. When I reported it to the office no one knew what to do and it stayed down for two days. Someone else wrote about the loose aggressive dogs and they are still here. The casino was not too bad but $22.95 for what I consider a small buffet was a bit much. We most probably will not return if we can find somewhere else to stay the next time we are in this area.
Although close to the freeway the noise was not excessive. The staff was very friendly and helpful even assisting us in maneuvering to our site. WI-Fi was good although it dropped a couple of times but, they were glad to reset it when advised it was out. There is a large desert area just outside the park for pet walking. We did not use the pool or laundry facilities but the looked clean and neat. We were there for a week using our Enjoy America membership and will return again.