This park is geared to manufactured and park model homes. The empty spaces are available for RV's. There is only one restroom, centrally located within the beautiful pool area. I did not see any showers, but they may be there. No cable TV, most residents had satellite dishes. All sites had a picnic bench. HD TV was available on our RV antenna. All of the major networks had a good signal. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Boat ramp available. Reasonably priced for a resort style RV park. Office closes at 5PM, and gate requires a pass code. Best make reservation if arriving after 5pm for gate code, and WiFi passwords. Would stay here again, very nice.
Pros: Great strong free WiFi, even at a distance from the antenna. A lot of cable channels including many in HD. Large modern facility buildings. Restrooms super clean and modern. Beautiful pool and workout room. Luscious weed free grass everywhere. Easy walk to adjacent restaurants and major Hotels. Reasonable price, good value. Cons: No picnic tables, a little freeway noise in the front area of the park no problem in the back. Office closes at 5PM, but sites are still available, best make a reservation before 5pm. Would definitely stay here again. This was our 2nd stay.
Fantastic RV park. Must be 55 or older. Mostly park models, but plenty of room for your rig. This place has everything. Too much to mention. Dogs are only allowed on one side of the park; dog runs available. Most of the sites are just gravel with all of the hookups. Good Sam discount available along with a friends and family discount(If you know someone in the park). They do not take reservations for short visits but usually have spaces available. The reservation personnel were wonderful and helpful. Don't miss a chance to stay here, you might not want to leave.
A large national park campground. All boon docking, no hookups. Clean flush toilets in restrooms, some with showers. Nice modern dump station with 2 lanes. Good deal for $12 a night. Well maintained with roomy sites. Gas available at Why, AZ and Lukeville, AZ on the border. This is a very remote place, but interesting. If you like peace and quiet this is the spot. Gas station in Why (Why Not) had free Wi-Fi that worked great.
Very nice state park. Lots of things to do here. All kinds of boat rentals; a general store, marina store, newer clean restrooms and large private shower room (east side). Great for boating, fishing and bird watching. Small cutesy town of Patagonia is near by, as is Nogales. We stayed on the east side comprising sites 1-37. Recommend the following sites as they are very roomy: 1-2,6-9,14,19-37. Sites 3,4,and 5 are very private and on a hillside. Getting level may be a problem. Sites 15-18 are small and the picnic table is on a lower level. Not much of a lake view anywhere because of all the bushes along the shoreline. Sites on the West side are very small and closer together. $5 fee for reservations brought our one night stay to $30. You might need reservations on weekends, all year. Entrance sign said "Campground Full" but there were a few sites available.
Very nice park. Sites are not large but good enough. Close to gas, food and the interstate. This park had the best cable TV I have ever experienced. All of the cable channels in the highest quality. WiFi was free and very good, we were very close to the antenna building. Pool was nice. Restrooms could use a lot of work. Showers were not private, toilet stalls were small, and I never saw any soap on the counter. I would stay here again.
THE GOOD: The name is changing from Terrible's to Golden Lakeside. Great park with beautiful well maintained grounds. You feel like you are in a forest while in the middle of a desert. The restrooms were clean and modern with a very large personal shower room. We visited in summer so many sites were available, we used the Good Sam discount for the $28 rate in a space on the lake. Definitely worth the 5/5 star ratings. The casino was small with only slots. Restaurant looked OK although we did not eat there. They do NOT have cable TV even though there were hook ups for it on each site. Antenna TV is good with many HD channels. THE BAD: The installed WiFi system is through another company (Matrix Networks). $5 per device per night. Our signal was very poor even though we were 100 feet from the antenna. The Wi-Fi kept giving errors, hanging up and taking a long time to view a page, etc. There are no refunds. They tell you that before hand, because I am sure many people complain about it. IF you need good Wi-Fi go elsewhere, or test your connection, or ask neighbors first. The front desk people were not to concerned about reporting the problem.
Normally $20 a night but with the Senior rate it was $10. A beautiful National Park service campground. Up high on the ridge, the drive to it was spectacular. Adjacent to the Visitor Center. The ideal spaces were on the B loop, backside, because they overlooked the valley below. The restrooms were very modern and clean, 1 per loop. Enjoy the absolute silence, you could hear a pin drop miles away. Bring your food, it is a ways down to town. Water available.
Beautiful campground over the rolling wooded hills of Iowa. Nice pool and grounds. The WiFi works well only if you are close to the antenna. If your space is along the outer reaches of the park the WiFi will be bad. Rest rooms were just OK, clean but needed work. One toilet was so loose I almost fell off. Yes, I would stay here again.
Your average overpriced, nickle and dime you to death KOA. Nice wooded sites, nice pool and stuff for the kids (of which there weren't any), good WiFi, but an up charge for more than 2 units. Very empty the night we stayed, must be the price. Go elsewhere and get the same for less.
Woodall's rates this place at 5 stars. I would give it 4. Well maintained gravel parking lot style park with everything you would need. On Site friendly owners look to be investing $$ in the park. Would stay here again.$36 rate is with Good Sam discount. 360' view of the high prairie, interesting but dull.
Great place to stay if you are taking the Train ride. The train runs adjacent to the park and a nice trestle view is available in the park. Heavily wooded, some parking spots close together. Good WiFi and only a 2 block walk to the train station and downtown. Would stay here again, the other parks are too far away. Make reservations, it was full the nights we stayed here. No reservations needed for the train, usually 25% full. Great food on the train ride.
Forget the Parking lot RV parks and stay here if you are in the area. This is a beautiful place in the huge pines of Flagstaff AZ. Restrooms are clean and there are 3 of them, no showers. Large spaces for tents or RV's. No hookups, water or dump that I saw, so come ready, and enjoy the quietest night of your life, breath in the pine scented forest, take the short walk to the Sunset Crater NP Visitor Center adjacent to this campground. I just love this place. The price of $9 is senior rate, normally it is $18. With the exception of the tall pines, everything here looked very new.
This looks to be an old KOA park. Nicely maintained. Weak WiFi if you are not near enough to the antennas at the main building, or the restroom building in the rear. WiFi does work very well with a good signal. Read the park rules for a 10% discount in the gift shop/store. BBQ Restaurant on premises will deliver to your RV. Roomy, clean and quiet. Cable TV only has standard analog signals, much of which are a little grainy. Would definitely stay here again.
Very nice park. Some very shady spots available. TA truck stop with restaurant across the street, but far enough away so you do not hear any noise. Many permanent residents. Close enough to OK City that you can get many digital HD channels, cable TV not really necessary. WiFi works very good. Restrooms and showers are very clean, only complaint was that the showers only had hooks in them, there was no place to put toiletries except on the floor. The showers needed some seating or shelving. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Definitely not 5 W's from Woodall's, but a solid 3-4. Very nice park. Smaller lots. Many permanent residents. Good WiFi and cable TV, with HD on some digital cable channels. Great BBQ restaurant within walking distance. Airplane noise is not all that bed, but it is there. Only 2 uni-sex bathrooms. Each of the 2 bathrooms have a toilet, sink and shower, all in very good condition, and very clean. The problem is there are only 2. If someone is in one of the showers, you are now down to only one bathroom/toilet.
Very nice owner at this private RV park. The Wi-Fi is just OK on speed (200-400k). There is some TV available at site but mostly poor quality; found 1 good HD channel. The swimming pool is above ground and in a very small area. Don't get your hopes too high, but this is an affordable nice place for a quick stop while traveling I-70. Don't let the dirt road fool you; it is a nice area, 1 block from the town center, of which many stores are closed up. Did notice a grocery store that looked open during daytime hours. Easy on-off I-70. Stop here it is OK, but just OK.
Lots of amenities for the kids. Wi-Fi is supposed to work good, but on our visit it was barely acceptable. Pizza available on-site. Typical KOA with wooded camping spaces. Yeah, stay here; it was nice.
Another great KOA park. If you have a dog, a fantastic off leash public dog park is adjacent to this property with easy access. Nicer views on the back spaces. Everything clean and neat. Cheaper prices for electric and water only sites. Wi-Fi is OK. Worth the price.
In a nutshell...Large sites, clean restrooms, convenient to visitor center and shuttle systems. Park-it and forget it. Huge, huge sites with electric. A convenient dual dump and water station at the entrance to the campgrounds. Clean flush toilets in the rest rooms. The best thing about this campground is the location in the Park. It is just behind the Visitor Center and you can park it and forget it for the length of your stay. An easy walk to the park free shuttle system, and the town of Springdale shuttle system. The shuttles run til late in the evening so you can ride them to dinner in town with plenty of time to shop and get back. Ranger led talks at night in the amphitheater. All of the National Park goodies. There is a very nice market near the boarding area for the town shuttle, only a short walk from the campgrounds. Because of the small diameter of the tunnel leading into the park from the East, all RV's are charged a $15 fee for 2 passages through the tunnel. They make it a one way road and you drive down the middle of the mile long tunnel. We paid $9 a night for camping; half price for seniors with Parks card. We used the reservation system to book in advance. You will love this place.
This is a very nice in town park convenient to stores and walking distance to many restaurants and a food market. The park has a lot of trees that grow up, not out, so you do not have to worry about hitting any limbs. The WiFi was good and fast; the space was perfectly level and a picnic table was provided. Cable TV is not available but you can get a good selection of digital TV stations from your antenna with a digital tuner or conversion box. The restroom was clean with more showers than toilet stalls. Only one toilet stall in the men's room. The only thing I did not like is that you are crammed together, very little distance between your neighbor's RV. Some of the sites were along a busy road, but that was not a problem as the traffic was minimal in the evening. We stayed here twice, once going up to Zion and Bryce and again when we returned. Reasonably priced for the accommodations provided.
Great, well maintained park. Not much shade but a lot of bushes and plants give it a park like setting. Roomy clean sites with all of the hookups. Priced fair except, $5 extra for WiFi, if it's working, and an indivual charge for electric. You pay for what you use usually 50c to $5 depending on your A/C use. I say charge more, the park is worth it and forget the extra $$. It is out in a remote quite location free from almost everything, but only a quick 9 miles to Tombstone, an easy drive. Plenty of big rig parking in Tombstone. Looks like this park does most of its business in the Winter with the winter visitors. Many activities and amenities for seniors. Indoor pool with excerise equipment, and free coffee. Large group hall with DVD's, tapes, books, and a pool table. This park has it all.
Very nice park. Owners are on site and are very friendly and welcoming. This park has the potential for greatness. As it is, the spaces are very roomy with electric, water and sewer. Many permanent residents; are cordial. On a NM highway in a wonderfully scenic remote location. Quite at night. What's missing??? Cel phone coverage, pay phone, internet access. If you want to get away, really get away, this is it. And bring your ATV's.
Easy to miss, we turned in one driveway too late and drove in the exit. Located behind a small strip mall. Very quiet. Standard parking lot style groupings are nice with picnic tables and concrete slabs. Wireless internet is available but weak signals are the norm in the rear of park and when you get a strong signal, it is very slow; almost non useable. Everyone I talked to had the same problems. Don't count on the WiFi here, it is pitiful. Restrooms OK, nothing special. Owners boogie out at 5 PM on the dot and you are then on your own.
Nice park with many locals or full timers. They are not a problem, but an asset. All were friendly to overnighters. The only problem with this park is the hard climb to the rest rooms, showers and laundry. That is if you are in the lower section by the lake. The laundry and restrooms were very clean and neat. Sites were roomy, and it was not full in the middle of the summer. They have a private fishing lake which you can walk around, very nice, but it closes at 7PM. Stay here you will like it.
This is a nice and quite park. Our site had all of the hook-ups and it was roomy. Still had many sites available and it was the middle of summer. It is located away from the noisy road, but you check in at the store on the main drag. You might miss this place but it is in a nice forested setting away from it all, and close to the NP. Restaurant and store within walking distance. No internet.
This isn't the greatest campground in the world, but it is very nice. The sites are spacious, and usually it is not crowded so you can pick a site that has no one around you. There are plenty of sites to select from. Store staff were friendly, and internet was available if you bring your PC to the store, or just use the one that they have available. Stayed here on the way up and back from Alaska. Pick up a loaf of homemade bread from Buckshot Betty's next door. Fine dining at the Westmark Motel next door, that it is associated with.
Dry camping only in a beautiful wooded area. Plenty of private room between sites. Dump and water available. Some spots are reservation only, but we arrived late in the afternoon and there were plenty of spaces available. If you can do without hook-ups this is the place. Very nice.
Parking lot style RV park in a beautiful high elevation setting. Georgeous views in every direction. Nice reception building with a nice looking restaurant. Discount meals offered to guests. We did not eat here so I don't know about the food. Many were eating breakfast when we left. I would stay here again: very very nice.
Very nice RV park in a lovely wooded setting. Spaces are wide and wooded. Looks like they spend their money on the nice stuff for the RV'r. The digital cable TV connection was great. Every channel had a perfect, clear picture. Free wireless internet, and close enough to Juneau. Restroom building looked kind of bad but the inside was very clean. Owner on site and friendly. Special area for tenters was more than anyone would expect. Large covered area with outdoor sink. Very, very nice.
This place is a rare gem. Although you are in an open area, it has plenty of space. The owners meticulously maintain this park. You won't be disappointed. Level spaces on a lush lawn and wide open travel lanes. Convenient RV wash ($) across the street. Everything super clean.
This park was OK except for the college age permanent residents who are all over the place. Some are very loud and disturbing and up until midnight. Many swear words and loud cavorting for our 2 night stay. Dog waste all over the place, especially in the areas where you hook up. No FREE wireless, must buy a month of service. Owner very nice but could care less about the noise, dog waste, etc. I would recommend the Pullen RV park instead of this one. Not Mountain View RV park either (also too many loud locals), but Pullen was full and required reservations many days in advance. If you do stay here, get a site in the middle away from the locals.