There are some overnight pull-thru sites by the office that are easy in and out. We were parked in the back row. Between trees they have planted, metal fence posts to protect them, and signs to display the site number, they are creating an obstacle course for big rigs trying to park. Even though other sites were available, we were put in a site with tree limbs blocking the exit. I didn't see it until I was committed to the site. We asked twice to have the tree limbs trimmed. The first time we were ignored, the second time he said "I'll have to call the boss and see what he wants to do". Apparently the boss didn't want to trim the limbs because it never happened. I backed out of the site. The area we were in also had more road traffic than many busy parks we have been at. There's a road in front, a road in back, and a couple of vehicles within the park that drive thru frequently, once at 1:40am. I will not return to this park.
Overall this is an OK park. Roads are dirt, as are the parking spots. Our park spot was neither flat nor level. Had to reposition after steps wouldn't open. Trees are planted where they provide shade but interfere with satellite reception. The area is beautiful and this is the nicest park we saw. We would stay here again.
Managers very friendly and ready to help. The roads look very narrow as you pull in, but had plenty of room (43ft + toad) to maneuver to our parking spot. Mostly packed sand with cement strips (not in good repair) for the tires. Many permanent residents, one of which is a woman whose attributes are apparently producing children and screaming at them. Neighbors TV was loud late at night, as well as neighbors coming and going..talking and slamming car doors. No satellite reception where we were. Park is over priced. Next time I will stay at the local Wal-Mart.
This is a very nice park and great place to stay while seeing the Tuscumbia area. Owner was very friendly and helpful, with some great tips for local home cooking and BBQ. Park is gravel, but there is plenty of it and it is packed firm. As is common anymore, there are what appear to be quite a few permanent residents but the sites are all well maintained. Little road noise even though it is close to the highway with easy in and out. Rate reflects the weekly rate with discount. We will stay here again.
Other ratings are accurate. Nice park, albeit it a little dusty. Beautiful views and friendly staff. We came in from the north, and a tree limb on Spanish Valley Dr. took out our skylight just before we turned into the park.
Can't say why, didn't like the office staff when we checked in. Strangest parking arrangements I've ever seen. Roads don't permit easy turn in to pull thru's. Two RV's per site. If you're number two, sleep in or back out. Limited parking for your towed. We would not stay here again.
Very nice park which we'd return to. The address on their website didn't get us to the park using a Garmin...get directions. The staff was friendly but too inflexible in their rules. Even though the park was less than 50% full they insisted our company park way down by the office and walk to our site, or park in front of our coach which blocks other traffic.
Rate reflects the monthly cash rate. We have stayed here several times for a month at a time. Very nice park, friendly staff, routine maintenance is attended to daily. This is our favorite park in the Rio Rancho/Albuquerque area.
Rate reflects weekly rate. The best thing about this park is the location. The sites are soft gravel and not level. Many sites are occupied by younger people that go to work early during the week. There are no rules here. People let their pets run free, many sites have two or more vehicles, several have trailers taking up the last available space. Great potential, but lacking planning, funds, and management.
Owners are friendly, sites are relatively level but most of the gravel is gone so parking areas are very dusty. In addition, a dirt road goes through the west side of the park to a business and private residences, creating dust and noise. The 50amp breakers at the site we picked were bad. The owner advised us the previous two guests had reported the same thing. We were given the option to connect to the site next to us, or pack up and move to a different site. Six days later the breakers still had not been replaced. Their rates continue to increase, but haven't been updated on their website since 2008. Unfortunately it's the only park in town.
Rate reflects two nights at Passport rate. Very friendly/helpful owners. Level gravel lot. Had to back out due to tree overhang. Overall nice park. While we were here, there were several barking dogs and neighbors that walked through other's sites.
The other reviews are accurate, this is one of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Everyone was friendly and included us in the park activities as if we were permanent residents. Great separate camp hosts for the RV section. Every area of this park is spotless. I checked "not" pet friendly because they only accept small dogs, and they may not be walked in the park. Designated pet areas are available, but the animal must be carried or driven there. We loved this park and have added it to our winter itinerary. Only negative is you need 20-30 feet of sewer hose to reach the connections if you park near your patio.
We stayed here on a referral. In the section from where you turn in the front gate to the office (maybe 200 yards), the sites are right on top of each other. We were thinking about driving in and right back out. However, once we got in the park the sites were much larger and had cement patios. We were close to Penal Road so had some road noise. Interior roads need some repair. Overall we enjoyed our stay. Staff was friendly, roads were wide and allowed easy access, plenty of activities, great water pressure, and our site was large and level. Initially the 50amp breaker was bad, but was replaced by staff in less than ten minutes. We would stay here again.
I-10 road noise at night. Water pressure low. Sites are very fine gravel that constantly follows you inside. 5mph speed limit is silly, 10mph would be safe. Friendly staff. Rate reflects the great monthly rate.
Very narrow roads leading into this park with tree limbs banging on the top of the coach. We did not stay here after looking at what was available. Park appears to be mostly permanent residents. The sites we were shown were nothing more than connections in the woods. There was nothing to define where to park. Passport states this park can accept rigs up to 50ft. There is one very narrow loop road thru low hanging branches and close trees that made it a challenge in a 42ft motorhome.
Driving north, I feel the signs marking the entrance to the park are in the wrong place, nearly leading me into a private drive. The pull thru sites are not wide, and they have placed landscape timbers to hold the gravel in. This makes it very difficult to get into the pad without hitting those timbers if you are still towing. Hook-ups were too far forward on the site and trees were planted in an area that blocked satellite and made maneuvering difficult.
Amount reflects monthly rate. Beautiful location where you can enjoy peace and quiet, yet be an easy drive to the attractions of the White Mountains. Very friendly hosts who are concerned about all aspects of making their guests stay a pleasant experience.
Rate reflects monthly rate. We really liked this park. Great location, friendly staff, any type of site you would like. However, daily rates are steep, particularly waterfront. The connections on the waterfront sites are placed for backing in a 5th Wheel. In a motorhome you either run everything underneath, or back in, losing the view you are paying for. The speed limit is ignored, resulting in lots of dust if it hasn't rained. We were here five weeks and they never mowed our site. I know they were concerned about rocks hitting our coach, but ignoring the site is not the answer. Verizon coverage (phone and broadband) was very poor.
Large level asphalt pull thru with grass in between. Owner was very friendly, helpful, concerned about customer satisfaction, and frequently checked the condition of the park. Great location for visiting the falls.
Owner is very nice. Mostly seasonal campers. Limited number of sites for over nighters. Low hanging trees and bushes scratched our coach getting in and out. This is one of the few (if not only) RV parks in the area.
Friendly staff at check-in. Our site was relatively level (no blocks). Water pressure was low, not sure if it was the site or park. Great location for touring Gettysburg. Rate reflects Passport America discount.
Beautiful park that suffers from mosquitoes this time of year, worse if it rains. It is poorly managed as far as scheduling sites. Our site was level and easy to get in and out (42ft). Area is wooded, so satellite reception depends on the site. Close to DC, but it takes ten minutes just to get in and out of the park. In my opinion it is overpriced. The electric only sites are nice, but $35 per night.
The other posts are accurate. It is a long drive to parts of the Outer Banks, particularly if you do it more than once. If you're looking for an isolated area to kick back and do nothing, this is the place.
This is a work in progress. The owners are in the process of getting things cleaned up. Some trees need to be trimmed on the way into the office. Once there it's a very small road back out to the parking area with more bushes and trees that need to be cut back.
The women at the check-in counter were a little confused. The park itself is very nice, well maintained, and they are in the process of more upgrades. Price is Good Sam's rate, and I'd say a little spendy for the location. We have stayed here twice and will stay again.
Great park, friendly folks, and we enjoyed trip to the Depot Cafe. If it has been raining it's a tight turn into the pull through sites with anything 40 foot or longer. I put the rear tires in the mud.
Rate reflects monthly rate and does not include electric. Level gravel pad. Roads into the parking area are not wide, but plenty of space to get parked. Quiet area and neighbors. Would stay here again.
We have stayed here before and like this park. However, the downgrade is because they claim to be Campclub and Passport America campgrounds, but in my opinion are not following the pricing policies of these "clubs".
This was the weekly rate. Excellent park conveniently located. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Grounds are continuously maintained as guests move in and out. Trees that may have blown into our coach were trimmed without us even having to ask. Wi-Fi worked great, and we were in a far corner of the park. Also got a great price on a wash/wax. My only negative comment is that many pads are not level. Will definitely stay here again.