I made our reservation in March for our August one-night stay. While our assigned site was a pull-through with full hookups, from their website, I was expecting shade -- there are VERY FEW here so don't be disillusioned as we were. The restrooms were wonderful(six individual rooms, complete with door lock, sink, stool, and shower stall -- loved this) and the laundry was great (even though there were only two washers and two dryers, they were inexpensive and effective; the room had a sink and a folding table, too). The owner was pleasant and helpful; we felt the price was high (even with our Good Sam Discount), no playground or pool here, so there's not much for kids and there aren't any fire pits for a campfire. The campground is close to town for shopping and supplies. The train, which rolls through Livingston, wasn't an issue -- no horns at night, and it was quiet while we were here. We might consider staying here again.
A nice, well-managed facility. The mature pine trees and quietness were welcomed, even if only for one night. We aren't dancers, but it doesn't matter to stay here. The sites were fairly well placed, and we were offered an available full hookup site that opened up just prior to our arrival. It's close to Lolo (2 miles) and Missoula (8 miles) for shopping and supplies, yet far enough away for some seclusion. Love the fact that it's not a parking lot-type of campground. There were pull-through sites for large rigs too, although not a place that kids would enjoy (not much for them here, no playground, etc.). We would definitely stay here again.
Ideal spot to stay while visiting the Glacier National Park. Not only is it convenient and close to the west entrance, the staff is friendly, the sites are wooded and private, the price is very reasonable, and we were delighted to be able have a campfire in the evening. More showers would be nice, as there are no sewer hookups at the sites (however, there is an on-site dump station). We were in site F5, which backed up to some woods and we were spaced out from adjoining sites. We were here for four days and we would definitely stay here again.
We liked this park mainly because the full-hookup sites were well-spaced and it's close proximity to the town and lakes area. More trees would have been nice but, the staff was very friendly, responsive and helpful. One thing to note, is that the sewer drain is located directly in the middle of your site thus, you either have to drive far enough forward and then attach and back up, or you will need to park nearly on top of the site cement patio area in order not to have to crawl under your unit. There was only one shower stall in the bathroom building near our site, which was intended for a large section of the campground. We would definitely stay here again.
This just isn't our type of 'camping!' We didn't like the parking lot arrangements for the sites and we didn't like that there were so few sites with fire rings. You essentially are lined up along both sides of the street, the electrical post is located on the opposite side from the cord outlet on your RV or travel trailer, there is very little room available for parking your vehicle or for driving to your site down the middle if the road between them. The dump station is located very near the entrance to this extremely busy campground and the potable water is right next to the sewer drains. Unfortunately, there is very limited camping facilities within or near Banff that offer hookups so, you pretty have to take it or leave it (the full-hookup campground is adjacent to this one, but you also have strange sites there as well). Yes, the Canadian Rockies are magnificent and we very much enjoyed our three-day visit to Jasper and our four-day stay in Banff but, you MUST make your reservations very early. Not sure that we would stay here again.
On our two-month RV trip so far (throughout the western U.S. -- Nevada, Utah, California, Oregon, and Washington, this is my favorite park (we still have another three weeks to go). We were here for three nights. It is well-run and the sites are spacious and spread out with lots of mature trees and grass surrounding them. The campground is quiet too. We had a full hook-up site (#58H) with a fire ring, and it was a pull through. I was disappointed that there was only ONE shower facility for such a large park and it was very far away from our site. I also was surprised to find out that we had to pay an additional $8.80 per night for a fire permit to burn in our fire ring at our site (this included as much wood as you wanted, which was very nice). The area is breathtaking with lots to do. We would definitely stay here again.
The nights are fairly quiet. The days in this park are filled with the noise from the constant trains running on the tracks close by and from the road which runs next to the park. We made our reservation for two nights in January (our stay was at the end of July), and we were not encouraged by the less than cordial welcome by the owners. We were then assigned to a site that did not have a fire pit and this was disheartening when I was with the understanding that all of the sites had a picnic table AND a fire ring (we definitely enjoy a relaxing fire in the evening). For the price paid, I did not feel that it was worth the money (although we did have cable TV and Wi-Fi). The sites are close to each other and do not have screening between them. After visiting the area, I would recommend that you research Canada's provincial parks instead.
Although we did not have a prior reservation, the owners were very accommodating to our last-minute stay of only one night. The grounds are well-maintained and the park sets next to the Okanogan River close to downtown Oroville. This a quiet park and we chose a "premium site", which affords you a little extra grassy space. All of the sites are full hookup. We very much enjoyed the park and would definitely recommend it to anyone traveling in this part of Washington.
A well-kept park with friendly staff. Our visit to the area was for only two nights. The park is a short drive to the Anacortes Ferry Terminal (20 minutes) for experiencing the San Juan Islands. Despite the busy weekend and the park being full, we were pleased that people were respectful of the quiet hours, and we enjoyed the privacy vegetation between the sites. We were impressed with the cleanliness of the bathrooms/showers (coins are needed). We would stay here again.
To our surprise, the park had added sewer hook ups this last Spring (there was only water and electric sites) so it was nice to find that we would enjoy the added convenience without any added cost. We stayed here for three nights and had to deal with barking dogs, crying kids in the middle of the night, and loud talking/laughing way past the time for 'quiet hours'. No one is at the park to monitor after 8:00 p.m. The beach is across the road and quite a distance from the campground itself. The roads throughout the CG are narrow and sites are small. We were in Site #32 and there was minimal screening between us and the adjoining sites. It's located fairly close to shopping (within 5 miles). Perhaps we would consider staying here again.
This is a lovely, though small, RV park. The beautiful flowers, garden areas, and pond make for a quaint and pretty stay. Our check-in was quick and informative with lots of area information provided by one of the park managers. Although the park is located close to nearby Highway 101, the traffic noise was not noticeable at night. The sites are somewhat tight, but certainly manageable (we were assigned a grassy, pull-through site #36) and were quite comfortable and pleased with the location. There are some full-time, permanent sites; however, they are very well maintained and the regulations here are enforced. The park is centrally located, which makes for easy sightseeing while in the area. The bathrooms and laundry areas were exceptionally clean (complete with fresh-cut flowers adorning the counter for a nice touch). We stayed for three nights, and would definitely visit again.
We thoroughly enjoyed our three-night stay at this clean, quiet, well-managed park. The check-in was quick and thorough. We were very pleased with our assigned, full hook-up, back-in site (#58), which was nice because it had vegetation (trees and bushes) for privacy between the sites. We would definitely stay here again if we were the area.
First of all, DO NOT camp here over the 4th of July! Secondly, expect hordes of people and noise after quiet hours. This facility mixes tent sites with RV sites, which really made for a bad experience for us. We stayed there four nights -- mainly because no refunds are issued, despite the reason. We made a reservation in January for a specific site; however, upon check-in our site was given to someone else. There were many complaints from others that were overheard in the office. No security in the resort after midnight. Their 'rules' aren't enforced, i.e., number of persons allowed in one site (up to twenty-five were counted on two separate adjoining sites next to the first one we were assigned). After much frustration and lack of two nights sleep, we were reluctantly assigned another site that was way on the other side of the park and it was much quieter there. My advice is to make your reservations for the Lake Tahoe area very early, and certainly not here!
Nice, clean place...friendly check-in. The site layout is unusual (four separate circles), which allows for ample space between. We felt that this facility is well-managed, quiet, and has an on-site laundry, as well as the town post office and a small store. The showers were nice, with plenty of hot water. Groceries and supplies can be purchased within three miles. We stayed for four nights and would stay again (the rate paid was with Good Sam Discount).
We stayed at this park for two nights in Site #38. There is some shade in the campground, but not much. This park is overrated for the amount of money charged and the condition of the bathroom and laundry facilities, which we found to be in need of cleaning whenever we used them. (The shower stalls, sinks, washing machines and dryer were dirty and outdated.) The check-in went smoothly and we were allowed to choose our site even after making a prior reservation via phone six months in advance. There are other parks in the vicinity that were more appealing.
Great getaway! This park is well-run and although we did not have any hookups, we thoroughly enjoyed the peaceful surroundings of a mountain camping experience. The sites are well-spaced and the restroom / shower facilities were very nice. Note that the campground is another five-mile drive in on a gravel road after the visitor center at the entrance to the park (a total of 15 miles from the nearest town of Eagle). We would definitely stay here again. Be sure to make your reservations early.
Friendly owner, attentive service, and clean facilities. We stayed one night in a full-hookup site. The campground was close to town, quiet and reasonably priced. Nothing spectacular but pleasant enough. One issue we had, was that there was an problem with the water hydrant in the site next to ours, and they began work with a backhoe at 8:00 am the next morning. This was very annoying. Had we not planned on departing early, we would have been upset at the lack of consideration.
Park was clean and well run with friendly check in. Spaces were a little too close together for us with some confusion with alternating pull-in and back-in sites, and figuring out which fire pit and which picnic table belonged to which site. There were nice grassy open area for games, etc. The pool was clean and well maintained. The one big issue for us was the dump station -- we had an electric / water site so needed to empty out tanks before leaving; however, the location was terrible and sloped downhill, making it an almost impossible task. This needs to be changed. Overall, for one night, it was more than satisfactory.
The park is located on a hill SE of Santa Fe (only a short drive to Old Santa Fe downtown). There was some work going on in the park, but only a slight distraction during our two-day stay. The bathrooms were immaculate. Even though some of the nicer sites weren't large enough for big rigs, the smaller ones were adequate with plenty of room between them (gravel, but fairly level). The electric and water hookups appeared to be fairly new. We would probably stay here again.
Unfortunately, there seems to be only a few RV parks close to Albuquerque and they are all located right on I-40 (all are within very close proximity to each other) and about 7 miles SW from the city. While others have said that they didn't have any problem with the traffic noise, we did. We were here for two nights and it was quite audible from our site #160 (pull through), which was nearer the back and away from the freeway. The park itself is clean and very nice. The staff was friendly at check in. The internet was down the entire first day of our arrival, but it was rectified the second day. They have cable TV and a free continental breakfast in the mornings. We would stay again, but would request a back-in site along the fence in the rear (this is where the views of the mountains are anyway) and farther away from the road.
We stayed here for five nights. It's a nice place to be while visiting Sedona and as others have already stated, it's close to shopping and dining establishments. There are lots of rules here, and we liked it. Things are good for everyone that way. Peaceful, quiet, and clean. I was a little disappointed that they have two very large conversation firepits in the park, but no one is allowed to have an open fire. I understand the fire dangers, but in winter (maybe it's a city regulation)? We were in a site closer to the restroom and laundry area, and it was one of the less expensive sites: there are trees, flowers and landscaping between these sites, which makes it so much more attractive than a parking lot layout you find with so many RV parks these days. We would stay again for sure.
This is a very nice campground in a great location (better than others in the general vicinity) close to Prescott. We were impressed with the rocks and the cleanliness of the facility. Our site was in the upper level and we had trees, rocks and bushes around us, which we very much appreciated. The staff was friendly and helpful upon check in, and we enjoyed our visit: would definitely stay again.
Because we were tired of driving, this was the only place available to us before we started across the middle of the Mohave Desert. It's right on the freeway and the traffic noise was nonstop all night. While I think the new owner is trying to fix things, there was lots of trash and junk just in the back of our site along the fenceline and we didn't feel very comfortable or safe. It's literally in the middle of no where. We also had to pay additional money for internet service, which added to the amount charged per night, we felt was excessive. The manager was friendly and helpful, but I don't think we would ever stay here again. One night was plenty.
We stayed here for two nights in a site with water and electric (they do offer full hookups for $5.00/ night more). Our site was great, the staff was friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our visit and would stay again if in the area. It was better than three out of four other RV parks that we looked at in the area. The restrooms were a little worse for wear, and the hot water was a little scarce, however, the location was wonderful, right on the river and we like it very much.
Maybe it's because I hate RV parks in parking lots, or perhaps it's not my "cup of tea" to be right on the beach (despite also feeling as though you are in the middle of a highway -- EXTREME traffic noise immediately outside of your RV), or maybe it's the charge of $50 for nonbeach side and $60 for the beach side, or maybe it's the camp host that acted like the gestapo and was watching our every move and made sure to let us know that we were not obeying the rules (which were excessive) -- we didn't appreciate being treated like grade school students or his condescending attitude. We would definitely NOT stay here again -- it wasn't restful at all.
This is by far the nicest RV park in the area, with shaded roomy sites along the Kaweah River. Our site was wonderful and had a much-sought after fire ring (most of the parks don't allow you to have a campfire, which to me, is essential to give the feel of communing with nature at night). The owner/manager was very friendly and talkative upon check-in and let us pick our preferred site by driving through before deciding. It's quiet here (no trains or road noise). We would definitely stay here again because it's close to the south entrance of Sequoia National Park and has full hookups.
This is a very nice, immaculate park with great facilities, friendly staff. There is some road noise, but it was slight. The sites were well maintained with hedges and plantings. The management even allows you to wash your RV at your site and provides a place for you to wash your vehicle in the park. We very much enjoyed our one-night stay and would definitely return.
It was an okay place to stay (for lack of any other RV facilities near the Hearst Castle/San Simeon area or the coast from Cambria to Big Sur). It was late, so we needed to stop driving after our tour of the castle. Due to low season, most of the park was not open. It was quiet, and we didn't stay more than the one night.
We liked this park very much -- it's large. The laundry facilities weren't operable when we visited. They charge for the swimming pool, however, we didn't use (low season and it was closed). It's a large, quiet park, but needs some repairs and maintenance. We enjoyed our visit and were pleased with the close proximity to Solvang. The area is beautiful. Definitely would stay again.
This facility is small, with no restrooms or showers. There was water and electric hookups, but no dump station (difficult to find a place in the town of Oakhurst -- we were told that you could use the Bass Lake dump or pay at another nearby facility, but we didn't find either one). The sites were small in the lower area (right above the road). Fortunately, we were able to choose the site in the upper level with the best available views (only five total, with two of those having permanent residents). The park is in need of some maintenance and there was only one fire ring for use, which we moved to our site. There was some road noise, but not bad at all.
A pretty decent place and the price is great. Unfortunately, it is situated in very close proximity to the police firing range and there is gun fire shots to be heard every evening until after dark (usually done before 9 p.m), which echoes loudly against the mountains behind the campsites. The Wi-Fi is horrible, and the bathroom set up is strange. Granted, we were in the horse side of the campground (availability in the regular campground wasn't open for the dates we needed), where you didn't have to pay to shower; however, the sinks were located outside, and the showers were in a different part of the building from the toilet facilities -- also, no soap or towels available. Overall, the picnic area and walking path around the lake was great, and we would stay here again because it's close to the desert cities and it was economical.
We really enjoyed this clean, well-run park. The sites are level and spacious with plenty of room between them. It's clean and the staff was friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay again. Only about 20 minutes from downtown San Diego.
Nice place, friendly staff and sites were fine although dirt, they were level. Our only complaint was that you had to pay $2.00 to take a shower in their restrooms, which we didn't do. This is a convenient RV park to Big Bend National Park and the price was good for full hookups. Wi-Fi was a little slow and cable TV was fine. We didn't use any of the other facilities within close proximity, i.e., cafe, riding stables, laundry, etc.
Beautiful campground, nice level sites near the lake with hookups. The restrooms were a bit on the tacky side -- needed some updating and the toilet in the handicap restroom sprayed water all over the floor when it was flushed. Spent only one night, but would stay again. Gates are locked at 10 p.m.
Since it was the off season, most of the sites weren't open. We were shown to a site which was quite close to the road and while there wasn't too much noise, it didn't offer much in the way of privacy. It was an okay stay.
Clean, convenient park...close to downtown Branson. Friendly office and maintenance staff - it was the New Years Day Holiday, the office was closed and we were out of propane. Since they provided a phone number for emergencies, we called and a guy came immediately to help us out (it was cold weather and needed the furnace to stay warm). Nice two-day stay.
Trains, trains, and more trains...horns blowing all night long (five in one night). It was awful. Only one shower / bathroom facility for the entire campground; chipped, old tile. Nice courtyard and friendly office staff.