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08/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
A bit more expensive than we felt was reasonable but then so were the others, in the Yellowstone area. Paved roads, level gravel pull-throughs, cable, decent Wi-Fi, nice camp store and laundry. We had an end site so were blessed with a larger lawn then most but everyone had at least 12 feet from there neighbor. An added plus was they had no problem with the washing of your rig. After collecting bugs, in eight states, I really appreciated it.
08/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Long pull-through sites but the space between neighbors is only about eight feet: enough for slides and awnings, but little else. They have full hook-ups, with cable and Wi-Fi, which worked well for us. Lots to see and do in the Cody area, so we were comfortable extending our stay a few days. One thing to consider: no debit or credit cards accepted, cash only.
08/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
A great RV park. The pull-through sites are actually longer than anyone needs and the spaces between your sites are so wide you need to raise your voice to say hello to your neighbor. The back-ins are equally spacious and easy-in-and-out. Wi-Fi and cable are included, all at a reasonable price.
08/2009
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is a great family campground but falls short for the overnighter. They have one of the most elaborate pools, with a spa and water slide, you’re likely to ever find in a campground. With Moses Lake just a mile away, it’s a great summer vacation spot for the family. On the down side: out of 87 camp sites, only 15 are pull-throughs. The back-ins are only 35 feet deep which means vehicles get parked on the street and getting in or out of a site becomes that much more difficult. No cable TV and Wi-Fi is limited to early morning or late at night. If you’re an overnighter I suggest you call ahead to reserve a pull-through site or consider another campground. Five stars for the family, but three for the overnighters.
08/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
Not a place of beauty but for $24 a night, $12 if you have Passport America, $21 with Good Sam, you’ll get an easy-in and-out pull-thru with full hook-up. Close to I-5, yet just far enough away to suppress the road noise. Mostly back-ins, occupied by full-timers, the eight pull-thru’s seemed to be set aside for short term and over night folks. Wi-Fi a bit weak but what do you want for twelve bucks?
08/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
As the man said, “when all else fails, read the instructions”. One other reviewer pointed out the difficulty in getting to the park and I think it’s worth mentioning again. When you leave I-5, at exit 58, you’re going south on 6th street, which is one way. You’ll need to go too the second stop light ‘Hillcrest Dr.’ turn left and then left again, at 7th street, which is one way northbound. The RV Park is on the right and shares a common driveway with La Quinta Inn. No problems with the Wi-Fi, but we were close to the office?
08/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
The best way to describe this park is that it’s like camping in a national forest but with full-hook-ups, cable, and Wi-Fi. The site we were given was next to a redwood stump that I measured at 14 foot in diameter. An added bonus was that northern California was experiencing a 100+ heat wave, during our stay, but it never got above 75 at our site. About 8 miles from Jedediah Smith Redwood Park, this place is a must if you’re a nature buff.
08/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
Beautiful facility with paved roads, concrete pads, palm trees and plenty of room to maneuver. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well and we were fortunate enough to get one of the twelve or so sites overlooking the Sacramento River. This is one of those parks were you can stop for the night and end up staying for a week.
08/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
Mountain View and Susanville RV Parks are actually the same park. Mountain View is the mobile home section and Susanville the RV park, both at the same address. The park is state of the art. The interior is all pull-through sites with wide paved roads and concrete pads long and wide enough to handle what ever you have. The outer edges, are double wide back-in’s with room for two vehicles and a trailer or storage shed. Cable is included but their Wi-Fi is through a pay service and only works well if you are near the office.
08/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
If you’re looking for grass, look else where, you’re in the desert. The majority of their sites are pull-thru’s long and wide enough for most any rig. The length of each site does vary a bit though, so I suggest you get there early or call ahead if you need a long one. Slides are no problem, but you may have to draw the line if you want to put your awning down. Camp store, pool, cable, Wi-Fi, 12 machine laundry, clean showers and a friendly staff. It’s not a 5 star, but it gets a solid 4.
08/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
Great place. Paved roads and roughly 80X40 paved pull-thru’s. Unfortunately we were only there for the night, but our neighbor, who had also stopped for the night, had arrived six days earlier. I guess they were impressed also. My only complaint is that their KOA sign was easy to miss. City ordinances would not allow them to place their sign nearer to the street, so watch closely, as you approach the address. Easy to miss, but well worth looking for.
08/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
You’re in a desert, so you wouldn’t expect grass; you would expect a bit more space though. Their sites are long enough for any rig, but way too narrow. We got our slides out but the awning would have been up against our neighbor's slide. What’s worse, their sewer connection was a foot from our entry steps. The Wi-Fi and cable worked well but we checked out another park ¼ mile east, on the same road, and found it to be much nicer. I’m sure you’d agree.
07/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
Their amenities are limited so it would be a stretch to call it a family campground, but their 80X40 full hook-up pull-thourghs and well maintained grounds made this the perfect overnighter. We have lavatory and shower on board so there was no need to check out theirs, but included Wi-Fi and cable, made this the perfect stop over.
08/2009
rating [ 1/10 ]
If you’re looking for a park, in Denver, your options are very limited, so is this RV park. The grounds were entirely gravel and set up in such a way that you shared water and electric with your neighbor, but your sewer connection was on the opposite side. The pull-through sites were set at right angles, about 40x15, so you had an option as to which way you pulled in, and what you wanted to run under your rig, to hook up. If you have a 5th wheel, travel trailer, or a towed, you won’t fit without unhooking. Get friendly with your neighbors, because some one will probably have to make room for you to get out, when you’re ready to leave.
07/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
Indoor hot tub, and outside pool, well stocked camp store and a play ground for the kiddies. The camp ground is located in the confluence of I-80 and I-180, in Lincoln NE. If you were hoping for a quiet evening, you’re in the wrong neighborhood. The sites are mostly pull-thru’s, with enough room for slides and awnings, but the area is hilly, so the sites are tiered. Ours only needed a few inches to bring it to level, but some folks prefer their neighbors eye-to-eye, rather than 5 feet above and below you. We’re retired folks, and our preferences reflect our opinions, but objectively, we give it a solid 3 stars.
07/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
We were only there for one night, but could have easily stayed longer. They only had 4 pull-thru sites but the back-ins where easy-in-and-out. The grounds were well manicured and facilities well maintained. Add it’s respectful distance from Iowa City, a visit with some friendly full-timers, and we’re left with a quiet, and pleasant, overnight stay. As an over nighter, it’s a 4 star, but there amenities are limited, so I give it a solid 3 stars overall. Our price reflects a Good Sam discount.
08/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
The campground is located on the shores of Saginaw Bay, about 25 miles NNE of Saginaw. Out of roughly 110 sites, 60 are full-hookup, 10 of which are pull-thru’s. They have a decent bath house, but that’s about the extent of their amenities. Focusing more toward the needs of fishermen and boaters, we still found our site well manicured, plenty of room for what ever you’re camping in, and easy in and out. We were here visiting family otherwise we probably would have passed this place up. The campground is about 10 miles east of I-75 {exit 173}, which makes it a bit of a stretch, for overnight folks.
08/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Typical KOA, at a typical KOA price. We paid $ 43.20, per night, using the KOA ‘Value Kard’ but expect to pay $ 48.00 without it. Now in their second year of operation, all their amenities are new. They have a heated pool, general store, volley ball court, catch and release pond, laundry, bath house, and a halve dozen ‘Kamp Kabins’. The cabins are primitive, in that they’re essentially bunk houses without plumbing. They have large pull-thru’s, with full hook-up, but their shade trees are also in their second year of operation. Situated in what appeared to be a blueberry grove, the management encourages you to, “help yourself”, to a hand full. If you want to pick more than a hand full, they’re $ 1.60 a quart. I suspect you’re seeing what I’m getting.
04/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is not an extended stay site, unless you want to spend a few days visiting area attractions. Returning home, along I-40 from west to east, we passed the remains of petrified forests and ancient lava fields we would have liked to explore, given the time. The campground is surrounded by one of these lava fields, in a basic 20’ X 60’ pull- thru lay out, but it’s not what gives them high marks, as we saw it. When we checked in, we were given a menu of home made dinners, delivered your door. The meal and the home made cherry pie, were delicious. Wi-Fi and cable included, and there’s an RV dealer/ parts and repair facility two blocks away, if you’re in need.
03/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
I agree with one of the reviews in that the place is run down a bit, but we didn’t feel unsafe about staying there. We came to the Tucson area to visit with friends and see the sites. The campground offered easy access, a great price, full hook-up and a concrete pad. With the Passport America discount it cost us $ 52.00 for our three day stay. If you’re a snow bird looking for an extended stay site, you’ll probably want to look else ware, but the campground suited our needs perfectly.
07/2008
rating [ 4/10 ]
This one falls a bit short of our top ten list. Out of 101 sites, only 12 have full hook-up none of which are pull-thru’s. They have a nice pool but the fishing pond is a joke. It was completely overrun with alga, during our stay, and was considerably smaller than their site map indicated. Be prepared to pay $ 2.00 extra if you want to use your air conditioner although they only have two 50 amp sites.
04/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Not a place of beauty, but it offered easy access from Interstates 57 and 64. Shopping close by, including a buffet restaurant, two blocks away, which we enjoyed. Full hook-ups, easy in and out, good price, and friendly folks, reason enough to add this to your list. This was our last stop before returning home, after a long trip. Our fifth wheel was badly in need of a bath and they had no problem with it. That earned them an extra star with me.
03/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
It’s been our experience that when motor coaches dominate the park, you’re not likely to be disappointed. Most diesel pushers are retired full timers and know the best places to stay, this was no exception. Paved streets, with curbs and lighting, and perfectly level pea gravel sites. What impressed me most is that as each guest left, their site was raked out as though it were an infield at a ball park. I wouldn’t recommend this place to family campers, but as an old geezer, it’s a five star. Our three day stay included St. Patrick’s Day. In their lounge, we enjoyed an excellent $ 6.00, all you can eat, corn beef and cabbage dinner, met some nice folks, and added this to our top ten campgrounds.
03/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
This was our first time in cactus country. Recently retired this was our first time in AZ. Unfortunately we only allowed ourselves two days here, to visit with friends. It’s just far enough from the expressway and Tucson to offer quiet evenings in a well manicured, paved road environment. Their amenities are limited but mother nature is their claim to fame. Reasonable price, good weather, and near enough to Tucson to fulfill your shopping and entertainment needs. What more could you want?
03/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
When looking for an over night spot I try to avoid KOA’s because they generally charge more than others. Their prices usually reflect their amenities but we rarely make use of them on an over night stay. Having read the other reviews, I could see why there were mixed emotions about the site each was assigned. The grounds are laid out in such a way that each site is a bit different than your neighbors. I had to back out of my pull-thru whereas my neighbor had no problem pulling out of his. My only complaint was their location. Getting in from westbound I-20 was a snap, getting back on was a trip through the twilite zone.
03/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
The park has full hook-ups, free Wi-Fi, and a nice laundry room, but little else to offer. Unfortunately we arrived just after a few days of heavy rains and couldn’t put out a lawn chair without loosing it in the soft ground. As one of the other reviewers mentioned, it’s a great place to stay if you’re visiting family or friends, as we were, or for an overnight stay, because your options are limited. I’m sure we’ll be back.
03/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
A nice campground, but we found it difficult maneuvering in and out of our site. Our 32 ft. rig would not fit in the pull-thru until we un-hitched and parked our vehicle side ways. Fortunately two of our neighbors, having the same problem, were kind enough to move their vehicles so we could get out the next morning. The P.A. discount made it worthwhile, but it was Lambert’s Café that drew us to this place.
05/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
The park has 240 sites, all back-ins, but has plenty of room to maneuver even the biggest rigs. On the plus side, their amenities include a snack bar/general store, restaurant, go-cart track, paint ball range, three fishing lakes, two pavilions, two bath houses, and a good sized pool. On the negative side, their water hook-ups can be as much as 75 ft. away, at many sites, but realizing that the resort keeps a supply of extra hose for those in need. Because the immense size of the resort, few people get around on foot. We stayed here Thursday thru Tuesday, including the Memorial weekend, and spent much of our time dodging golf carts. Apparently the 10 MPH speed limit was merely a suggestion. All in all though, I give the resort a high rating. I’ll just try to avoid holiday weekends.
03/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
Can't say enough about this place. Near San Diego yet far less expensive than most of the camp sites, in this area. Name an activity or amenity and you'll find it hear. I can't imagine how they could improve it.
03/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
This has to be a '10' for us. The site is what you might expect, from a KOA, but it was our first. We pulled in with Temp plates on the camper and our tow vehicle. Folks gathered from every direction to help out the 'newbies'.
10/2007
rating [ 3/10 ]
Not the most scenic site we've stayed at but they offer all the amenities you might expect from a KOA. Unfortunately there was an aircraft carrier returning to port during one of our night stays. We watched and LISTENED as she emptied her decks of aircraft, bound for Oceana Naval air base, well into the night.
06/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Great spot for an overnight stay... Situated between a number of major towns, in the mid-west, they have 10 spots set up for the transient RV'er. Lots of pull-thru room for what ever your driving, nice pool, free Wi-Fi, and folks interested in seeing that you enjoy your stay.
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