Nice trees. Good internet. Friendly staff. Could be noisy depending on your spot in park. Next to interstate. Maybe half of the sites do not have sewer connection, nor cable TV. No price difference between sites that have sewer connection and those that don't.
Crowded, urban park, next to I-15. Noisy, noisy. Stayed in overflow on the street since they were full up. Wi-Fi could have been better. Might try another park next trip. Check-in manager did not know hours of Camping World one block away??
The inside park roads have hundreds of potholes. Few visible improvements have been made in physical property or amenities in three years. It seems the management is content to drain the income provided by long term construction workers and little else. If you like dogs, dog pens, and close spaces, then this is the campground for you.
Great park, management, & facilities! We have repeatedly stayed and been happy each time. Walking trails, trees, security, & more. Make reservations early as summer and fall fill up. We stayed a month.
Monthly rate, plus electric, plus pay internet (Nomad ISP). I hate pay internet, it costs too much, has non-responsive tech support, and does not allow higher levels of bandwidth. Nice campground with trees, grass, big spaces, and amenities. Store, bar, pool, & big screen TV. Family owned & run. Slightly noisy next to I-80, especially when the race track up the road is running, sounds like a bunch of lawn mowers. Ha Ha Gladly, it is only during season one or two nights a week. Truck stop, store, restaurant, a couple of gas stations and motel at the I-80 interchange exit #420. There were two incidents where manager was too rude, too strict. I'm all for rules, but not for berating visitors for violating a sign or rule, otherwise friendly and helpful. I'll probably stay again.
Small RV park in small rural town. Owner house-office are located on site. Friendly family. Spaces had mature trees and adequate clearance for my 36 ft. Free Wi-Fi and other utilities were adequate, although I couldn't get cable to work. RV park is about 2 miles from interstate. It was quiet and dark, we slept well. The next morning the local sheriff cruised by. Park is not a destination, but works well for over night next to the interstate. Accepted Passport America with no exceptions.
This park was a clean and secure crushed-rock park. Managers were fastidious and conscientious, if a little/lot overboard when checking in. Free Wi-Fi and the other utilities worked well. We stayed a month and would stay again. Location is central to all the area attractions and close to Montrose. If you want to backup to the river, then this is the place. Great walking and biking trails along the river inter-connecting the city parks. There is no club house or office. Owner has house on site and a park hosts handles most of the tasks. There are about a dozen park model cottages as well.
As always a superior RV park. All the amenities, close to city center, with trees galorie. We have stayed many times in the past and will stay again. The staff takes a personal interest in each camper, and will help any way they can.
Great little road side city park for over nite stays. Clean, nite lighting, grass and trees, water hydrants, 50 amp elect, dump station, rest rooms, and even showers. Sometimes a bit noisy with highway on one side and railroad behind the grove of trees. There is a 3 day limit, first come first served. We will stop by again.
Large gravel RV park with about 65% long term. Location was easy. It was toward the inside of town, near a park, water, and museum so it was quiet. They required water pressure relief on all hookups! WiFi was an extra cost each day. This I don't appreciate. Worse, the logo of the WiFi provider add the word "free" directly under the logo. I generally avoid cost plus WiFi, but they snared me this time. I would not stop again unless no choice.
Small, rural state campground. Only power hookups. Water nearby and dump station at exit area. Lots of mature trees and a couple of small lakes with rural Nebraska wildlife, and a few playgrounds and couple of paddle boats for rent ($$$). Three cabins and caretaker on site. Park is located at intersection of two highways so there is an amount of day noise. We stayed off season so it seemed very secluded.
Adequate gravel park. Most long term tenants have taken all the 50 amp hookups and sewer. We received water and 30 amp. No cable but over the air digital broadcasts are available. WiFi is pokey, but stable. Managers were friendly. On the edge of town and mostly quiet.
Typical gravel lot park with a few trees around and next to highway. Utilities are newer. No cable or WiFi. All spaces are 50 amp. Makes a great stop over spot, not a destination as location is 4 miles from town.
Nice, mature state campground. Plenty of tall Cottonwood trees, lakes, and paved spaces. Plan to fill water tank before setting up. This place is very crowded with locals during the weekends. The state reservation website stated we couldn't make reservations for the newer sites so we arrived with no reservation, and only a few spaces available. I think this would be a great campground "off season". Access is controlled into park and security patrol at nite. OBTW, additional state tax (park permit) is required beyond daily camping fee.
Great Park. All the amenities. Pool, spa, propane, mini-store. Spaces well laid out and spacious. Location is West Richland about 2 miles out. It is quiet and views are good. Mostly small trees. Free WiFi. It is a popular park so make reservations. We will stay again.
RV Park was located next to highway in treed campground two miles from town. Manager was helpful. Free WiFi, no cable TV. Small pool, some sites did not have sewer hook ups. Dump station was available.
Very small older park. Same remark as other reviews. Why put the sewer 12 inches above the ground Free Wi-Fi was slow and intermittent. Six pull-throughs and the rest are tight back in spaces. West Yellowstone town has all the amenities and is a good base camp to visit Yellowstone Park. I recommend the GPS Virtual Tour (http://virtualtourguide.net/) as it covers all of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
This is one expensive cheap campground. Entire park is gravel, slightly muddy when it rains. WiFi cost $$. Very small laundry, office, and restrooms-showers. Manager noted that owner was not willing to spend any more money. Why ? There were no other RV parks in Jackson, no competition. Park is convenient to Jackson area. Park is connected to motel and restaurant. Park has small trees.
Management at front desk was volunteerism at best. Firstly, they were uncooperative over which space to use, when many were empty. All the best ones from the website photos had been given to long termers. No effort was made to ease my parking. Spaces are paved but there is no where to walk on the space when it rains except on the grass. Spaces are tight 90 degree turns, pads are narrow. My 36' fifth wheel left no where to park my tow vehicle as spaces are short. No pet area, which means everywhere is a pet area, even my space. The trash dumpster was located at the end of my pad, ugh, when it could have been positioned at a clear paved spot 35ft away. 90% of park is leased by long termers or mobile homes. There are no extra parking spots in the park without a permit. Lack of instructions on internet access codes, plus registration of personal information, and low metered limitations. By the way, the internet access code expires without warning. My two office visits were mildly disagreeable, positioning me as the problem. Hey, I'm just a guest trying to get service or answers! My conclusion was that RV'ers, who weren't long-termers, weren't worth the trouble. It is very noisy, all day Portland District airport takeoffs overhead, boat horns north and south directions, nearby trains, and adjacent divided roadway traffic. Now for the better, there is lots of grass and a good number of trees, all spaces 50 amp. There are two swimming pools. It is next door to a mall and restaurants, and convenient to Portland and Vancouver. We paid and stayed for a week. We do not intend to stay again.
Nice RV park. Well landscaped and maintained. Tall hedges between pads is special. Be careful some pads have utilities at rear for a long, long sewer hose stretch. Check first before accepting space. Many long termers, mostly newer units. Park location is within 20 minutes of most things in town. No scenic views from park. They would not take reservations for Passport America rate, only on first come first served basis. Free WiFi was good when working 80% of the time.
Nice rv park with great location in immediate area of Port of Brookings-Harbor. Staff were friendly and helpful. Free WiFi, cable, although the WiFi was unreliable at night. Across the street from two local restaurants and nearby to Port commercial center, commercial fishing boat basin, sport boat basin, and another shopping mall. Crab was available for purchase at the dock. Security seems good as owner family member lives on site. Some concrete paved areas, with other areas road paved only. Big rigs can be accommodated. Surrounded by trees and protected from the wind, this is a nice location. About half of the park is composed of newer park models. We would stay again.
Clean, secure, park with full amenities. Paved roads with full size trees (important in the SW) on a hill with view of surrounding mountains. Managers are very attentive and friendly. About a half mile from the interstate and truck stop with very slight noise. Unique feature is ability to board horses as well. We stayed two weeks and would definitely would stay again.
Park is convenient to interstate and Grand Canyon. Manager was service oriented. Our smallest needs were his concern. They even tried to call us on arrival needs. We took the MarvelousMarv tour of the Grand Canyon and enjoyed his individual style tour in a van. He took us to his choice spots at the Canyon with his commentary and CD of his photos. We stopped and hiked a couple of places. We used the local Canyon Pets to board and groom our dog. The manager helped contact and arrange pickup and delivery of our pet. Okay, except boarding cost for 8 hours was a little high. Williams is an interesting Route 66 town. We would stay again.
Established park, includes mostly permanent residents, paved roads, security guard at entrance. Management was professional and firm on park practices. Weekly site was dressed gravel with concrete patio. Utilities at the back lot line. Residents are friendly. Location is quick to I-19 and all of Green Valley or Tucson. Pets are limited to defined half of park and pet walk area is outside park entrance.
Good quality, spacious park. We stayed long term. Management was professional, courteous, and helpful throughout. Typical short tree southwest RV park. Some grass yard sites. No concrete pads. WiFi, clubhouse, propane for sale. Security is good. Reasonably quiet. Location is across from city park and golf course. Race track, casino, shooting range, and two local colleges nearby. We would stay again.
Large park with hidden office location. Trees and spacious. Arrived at 7 pm and office closed at 5 pm. Payment cash only. Over-nite pull-thrus were paved but the utility hookups were dated. Drop box registration form asked for social security number !! No, of course I didn't give it. I would stay again.
Have stayed before and will stay again. Lots of shade trees and good facilities. Quiet, clean, & secure. Convenient to downtown Lincoln. Make sure you specify you need 50 amp if you make a reservation online. I had slight mix up and ended up with only 30 amp site available.
Park is well maintained by friendly staff. Pool, spa, nice clubhouse with rec center, kitchen, laundry room. Most trees are young, so shade is scarce. Graveled park with new trees and some blue grass areas, central open space. Owners schedule concerts, barbecues, activities. Security is good. Nearby attractions within walking distance, Hobbs city park with trails and golf course, casino, race track, two colleges, museum. We stayed several months and enjoyed ourselves.
Park service employee stayed until we arrived as it was right up to closing time. We really appreciated that since we missed a turn in Flagstaff. This seems to be common with signage in Flagstaff. Meteor Crater RV Park was large, and gated with security code to enter. Spaces were wide and plenty of room to maneuver. WiFi was down the nite we visited. However, WiFi is really satellite feed (high latency, low bandwidth connection) as they are in the middle of nowhere. I was not sure if an extra charge might have been required for WiFi access. Convenience store on site, gas station, and extras. Caretaker lives on site with RV park. Easy on/off access from I-40.
Park was deserted as all snow birds had flown farther south. It was a balmy 14 degree night when we stayed. WiFi needed code (in the middle of nowhere ??). Owner was cordial. There was plenty of room to pull thru sites. We did not see any nearby refueling stations as Mina is very small. We traveled 70 miles to Tonopah for diesel the next morning.
Park was fine. Next to beach, so sand was easy to track into RV. WiFi worked the night of arrival. Yet the next morning the security system of their WiFi system would not allow accessing their system. Called the park office seven times after between 8:30 and 9:30 - No one answered!! We had to leave without having time to personally resolve THEIR WiFi security system. Too much security for simple wireless access. Make sure you get satisfaction on WiFi before you pay!
Tight, congested, urban RV park, mostly RVers, short and long term. Many large DPers staying. Live creek adjacent to park, but unable to hear because of urban setting. Park does refill propane tanks. Rigidly efficient management. Located east of Manitou Springs, close to Garden of the Gods, etc. WIFI available only as extra charge $$.
Urban mobile home park with some spaces for RVers. Management is mom and pop type. Not much for atmosphere, but is close to interstate interchange for traveling. Some noise from highway, and railroad. Dial up internet at office area.
Excellent shade trees. Facilities dated, but adequate. Concrete pads. Located in Lincoln Park behind high school. Playground equipment, horseshoe pits, etc. Dump station available. Fee drop box at site. No signs to Park, but ask any of the local, friendly Nebraskans.