This is a beautiful park. We have stayed in other parks in the area and will return to this one. I can't find any negatives to say about our stay here. The sites are large and level with grass between. The park is very close to shopping and fuel but was very quiet at night. This is the park to stay in when in Bakersfield.
The rate reflects Passport America. This is probably the best RV park we have ever stayed in. The park is very clean, the landscaping is beautiful and the facilities are outstanding. The swimming pools and waterfall area has to be seen to be appreciated. We used this park as a base for touring Death Valley. Its a long drive but I wouldn't stay anywhere else.
This park offers no discounts at all. They do have a frequent stay card with a free night after 3 stays. It is a little high priced but the sites are nice and it has all the amenities. There is a nice walking and cycling path through the park over Fidalgo Bay or into Anacortes.
The rate reflects a one week stay off season. The on season rates are much higher. Much has been said about this park but it is a truly beautiful setting with large sites and close to everything. The park is clean and the management is friendly. We would stay here again in the off season.
This park was a pleasant surprise. It is located behind a small casino so we were not expecting such a nice park. The pull through sites are level, large and grassy. It is very clean and the management is very friendly. They have a stupid system for cable hookup (separate box you have to wire into your TV system); otherwise it would have been a 10. We toured the Reno area from here.
I will echo some of the other comments about this park. It is basically a very nice park but the WIFI is terrible. The swimming pool is a long walk to the hotel across parking lots and roads. This park is very convenient for sightseeing the Grand Canyon as it's about a 45 minute drive. It is also within a short walk to historic Route 66 through Williams.
There are only back in sites in this park. It is a large park with many permanent park models that the short or overnight stays are in between. There is only WIFI in the library - office area. This park is nicely located close to everything from hiking to shopping. I would give it a higher rating except for the WIFI situation.
The rate reflects Passport America. This is a clean, fairly quiet park if you are further away from the interstate. We were in the upper area which is a gravel parking lot with cement patios. The large gravel stones meant that you had to watch your footing walking around the motor home. There are only back in sites in this area. There are a lot of improvements being carried out in the campground facilities.
This is a great state park. Very quiet desert setting a long way from any significant traffic. We had wind and blowing sand for 2 days and lovely weather for 2 days but that's the luck of the draw on the desert. There are many walks and sights to see nearby.
We have stayed here several times before and now it is getting harder to give this park a higher rating. Many sites are "sandwiched" between permanent park models so there is a very closed in feeling. This is especially true in the pull through sites. Our site (147) had a sewer vent pipe in it that created a nasty smell at many times in our motor home and site. The back in sites seem quite small and not suited for larger units. It is however quiet and clean and, as there are not many choices for "reasonable" parks in the area we will stay here again.
The sites are long but not so level. I have never understood why they don't build RV parks with level sites. Every thing else about this park is good. This is a good overnight stop on the Oregon coast.
This is a very nice park. The permanents are in a separate section. The sites are level and most have a partial view to the water. The only criticism I can offer is that the Wi-Fi is very spotty and not dependable. You have to go near the office to get good Wi-Fi. This RV park is close to Victoria so it is easy to sightsee and tour the area.
We had to rent 2 sites to get a pull thru as they are organized for back to back hookups. That said, the rate quoted is for the 2 sites we needed. It is a nice walk into the quiet little city with a population of about 3,000. I would recommend it for an overnight stop. The back section is all permanent or long stay residents and is quite rundown. While we did not use it, the laundry room was immaculately clean.
This is a small, but exceptionally well run, clean park. It is nicely located for touring the area or to Port Angeles and Port Townsend. The only criticism is that it is quite tight for maneuvering large units.
This is a very nice park. The long term units are separated from the over night stays. There is a wonderful walking or bicycling path to Anacortes that goes right through the campground. It is also nicely located for touring Whidbey Island and shopping in Mount Vernon area. We definitely would stay here again.
We had a nice view towards the ocean. However, there were electrical problems in the park. The management had electricians in and there was low voltage even though there were only a few units in the park. The manager was not friendly once this problem was identified. We were afraid for our electrical systems as circuit breakers kept tripping. We left a day early and had to "fight" to get a refund.
This is a nice park. The ocean front sites are nearly all permanent residents. It is very close to town, but quiet at night. There is some wind due to the openness of the campground and proximity to the ocean. The RV park is adjacent to a large park so walking is readily available.
This is like a provincial park, but with hookups. We had a nice view of the water, but the sites are very treed so little sunshine makes its way in. The roads and access to the sites are quite narrow so be careful with larger units.
This is a convenient park for gamblers at the casino. It is also convenient for shopping in the Burlington and Mount Vernon area. However, there are no facilities for the RV campers. The train runs right beside the campground and does run at all hours of the night. This is very disturbing for sleep. We found the rate to be very high for a casino park. The rate has increased substantially since the hotel took over running of the RV park from the casino. We will stay at another park that is close by.
The other comments apply. We did get awakened late at night (4am) by the train going by and blowing its horn. This may be unusual but it happened twice during our stay. For the price its a reasonably good deal. The hotel is now occupied so the great deal on breakfast is no longer available.
This is a great park for an overnight stop. There are only a few pull throughs that will accommodate larger rigs. There is lots of shade and its very nice camping among the trees. We enjoyed the river walk and did a loop around. You can also walk into town from the campground. Friendly, helpful staff at this park. Will stay again on our travels.
This is a very nice park. We have stayed several times before and always enjoy ourselves. They have pontoon boats for rent to tour the lake which is very nice. We cannot add anything to the other reviews.
The site we had was very narrow (#2) and our picnic table was over top of the next site sewer connections. We had about 3 or 4 feet of space outside our door because the neighbor's slide out in these narrow sites took up most of the room. There is also a lot of train noise. We would not stay here again. We found others comments about the pool and lots of kids to be true and somewhat annoying.
This is a well run park. It is close to Little Big Horn National Park and we enjoyed touring there very much. The park is on a side hill but all sites are level and we had a good view. We also enjoyed the free ice cream bar at check in. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
We stayed 10 days at this campground. We used it as a base for touring all the attractions in the area of which there are many. We had a nice site, but there was some dust from the road at the side of the campground that leads to a modest subdivision. The rate reflects a few days at the "Sturgis Rates". We checked other campgrounds in the area and were glad we had picked this one.
This park was not closed when we were here. True, it is not run very well, but they had a host. The site we had #73 was a nice pull through. There was some difficulty with our reservation and check-in, but if it is open, it is a good overnight stop.
This is a nice park. We were escorted to our site by friendly staff. There is nice separation of sites with bushes or trees. We enjoyed some nice sightseeing in the area as the Missouri River runs through the city. We would stay again if in the area.
Stayed 6 days - family reunion. Large boating/swimming lake at campsite. Many seasonal or permanent campers so over nights have limited selection. Mini golf and store/restaurant on site. Overall, a nice park and friendly staff. Would stay again if in area.
We stayed overnight. This is a nice clean park. There is a lovely walkway from the campground along the Bow River. There are only 10 50 amp sites so we did not get one. There is easy access to the bypass route around Calgary. We would stay again.
We made reservations for a 2 night stay well in advance and were told there were no 50amp sites in park and we had to choose between 20 amp pull through with sewer or 30 amp back-in and no sewer. Our campsite was dusty and dirty with permanents driving too fast on gravel campsite roads. Would look for an alternate campground if in the area again. Wi-Fi was poor as we had to go to office area to get connection.
This is a nice park, BUT our site was very messy and garbage was smoldering on the fire pit. The first site they gave us had a low overhanging large branch so we couldn't get in that one. Very expensive park as there is an $8 reservation fee added to the rate so our cost was $55 for 1 night. There is not much choice if staying in Medicine Hat.
The previous 3 reviews are accurate. However the sites are not all that level. Now for the problems, Wi-Fi was out of service the whole time and worst of all there is MAJOR construction going on -- building a hotel adjacent to the RV park. Entrance is changed and no mention of this by the somewhat surly check in staff -- had to go around the building through the construction area to get to the campground. The construction noise started very early and went till after 5pm at night. There is also talk of moving the campground somewhat. So, be aware if you are planning on staying here during the next year (?) or so.
Found the sites quite narrow but nicely kept. Our rate reflects that the pool was not open (would have been $10 more, on the pricey side). Laundry average (dark room - no windows), good location for touring the area.
Laundry facilities are excellent. Good location as mentioned in other reviews. Unfortunately, the Spokane River was flooding part of the campground so no beach or boat rentals to tour the Lake. Staff was friendly and helpful. Have stayed here before and will stay again.
A very clean park, nice pull thru sites and very good staff / hosts. Did not encounter the negatives in other reviews. Did not use their washrooms or laundry. There seems to be a lot of long term residents here but all is neat and tidy. Would stay here again if in the area.
Park had just opened from winter closure a week before so swimming pool was closed, lawns needed cutting etc. Staff was very friendly and helpful, site was level, the open skies of Montana with beautiful sunsets were present. Good location for touring in Missoula.
We would not stay again. Other reviews are appropriate as to trails, shopping etc but we found the back row pull thru sites to be quite unlevel, also the pulp mill smell was very strong. No longer have free continental breakfasts but did deliver a daily paper.
Agree with other regular comments about this park. There is a nice golf course a very short walk away. It's also a fairly big park. We walked from the campground to town and also did a walking tour of the historic houses in the area. Was very interesting (pick up a pamphlet on the main street in town). We stayed 3 nights and would definitely stay again.
This is a nice park but downrated a point because of the 2 concrete strips (as mentioned in other reviews) for your wheels and your jacks will be off line from the concrete so you have to find a board or something to support half your jack. Otherwise we enjoyed the area. We stayed for 3 days and would come again. We did not notice any noise from the freeway. Some 10 or so winery storefronts are within an easy walk. That was fun and be sure to find Chukar Cherries toward town. Also tour up to Horse Heaven Hills for a spectacular view of Yakima valley
This is a "woodsy" park. Has very nice trails through the woods along the river. One also can walk to town. The pull-through sites do not have sewer connections (easily accessible dump station) so ask about it if you need one. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites were nice. Had to downrate it as we had an encounter with 2 aggressive dogs running free in the campground. We told the manager and she said she has had trouble with this person (long term camper ??) before and would talk to them again.
Was barely okay for an overnight with lots of permanent or long term residents, and just about all side by side hookups. We are not "fans" of side by side as its the luck of the draw as to your neighbor, (we had a good one) with whom you share the 5 or 6 feet of common space. Would not stay here again as it was too crowded.
A large park but well run. We had a very nice pull thru at back area of park with some shade trees. There was train noise but didn't keep us awake. Close to city center and freeway but no traffic noise. A clean and tidy park. We would stay again.
This is a beautiful park but I gave it a low rating overall as it is way overpriced. The nightly rate reflects the weekly rate as we stayed a week. Lots of construction (very noisy during the day) around, and campground access is convoluted, to say the least. Sites are big and beautiful but, unless rates come down significantly, we won't stay here again.
A very clean park. The restrooms were the cleanest we have seen in a long time. Very friendly owners. Golf course right across the street. An excellent overnight stop. It was a bit windy the day we were here.
Nice shade trees everywhere. A great "base camp" for Moab exploring, Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. We stayed 5 nights and owners were very friendly and helpful. On Colorado River so a few mosquitos when we were here, but not too bad. Sites a little narrow for us, but otherwise a very nice park.
Lots of nice shade trees but gravel interior roads can be a little dusty. Very convenient gas station and convenience store. Easy access from freeway but far enough away so no noise. Would definitely stay here again.