This is an old 50's sort of park. Site surfaces have deteriorated and grass has given way to dirt in most places. Trees are big and beautiful. Bathrooms are very small and should have been rebuilt years ago. Asphalt at entrance and in park is breaking up. We stayed here a week, but left early because in the night, above our trailer, hundreds of birds were roosting. In the morning the Airstream was covered with bird droppings. Comment from the manager when we asked to move, "All other sites are reserved and it was worse last year." We cleaned the trailer for a couple of days and then left. In Ogden Utah we found a "do it yourself truck and RV wash." $22 worth of quarters and one hours work got the trailer back to the condition it was when we entered this park.
This park has asphalt driveways and asphalt sites. Nice landscaping. It looks good. But, the sites are so narrow with untrimmed trees that it was impossible too use our awning. Thus full sun every afternoon. Most of our neighbors were very unhappy with site width as was I. Sprinklers come on every night at 10:30 and soak everything in the site. My trailer and truck left full of water stains. 2 out of 3 shower heads in bathroom were clogged and almost unusable. $40 could fix this problem were the manager not so inept. Bathrooms are old and poorly maintained. Again poor management. WI-FI worked in the morning, but with more than a few people using it, it quits. Manager says there are too many people using. Again manager is too inept to fix the problem. We were there for a month and paid for WI-FI which was mostly nonexistent. $18 nightly rate is based on a monthly rate.
It is unfortunate that a great tourist town, like Spokane, does not have a good park. This one is four miles from downtown and has lots of trees. Spaces are small, (we witnessed two collisions between fifth wheels and trucks trying to park) and the interstate is next to the park creating lots of noise. Rest rooms are old and many things need repainting. Permanent residence have sad old cars and living units. Permanent residence screaming kids complete the scene. My rate was the nightly rate for a month.
We stayed here for three weeks. Great location one half mile from downtown. Park is simple and well maintained with helpful and friendly owners. It is one of my favorites. WiFi worked well. We will come back.
This is what an RV Park should be. Wide sites, good grass, nice trees and everything to perfection. Staff was very helpful and present. Rest rooms and showers very clean. Free breakfast is a fun touch. Don't know when I will be in Arco again, but if I am this is where I will stay.
This is a good park and I will come back here. The location right along the freeway is convenient, but not a problem as a high decorative fence eliminates all noise and sight of traffic. About a mile and a half to downtown Provo with a great train museum and good restaurants. Helpful staff at counter.
OK for one night, but no more. This park is next to a stagnent river that breeds masses of mosquitos. Difficult to be outside. Cottonwood trees make a mess of RV, and back of Park has been turned into a ghetto by full time residents. (Furniture, tables, suitcases etc. stacked in front of trailers.) Nasty owner refused to let us move to another space. Porta Podies and dumpster at rear of park complete the scene.