One of the few parks I'll give a 10. Beautiful layout, excellent grounds keeping, reasonably sized sites, free shuttle to town or casino, a beautiful indoor pool and hot tub, the works. Only $33 if you have or get a players card. I wish there were more parks like this one! We will be back again. BTW, the casino seafood buffet (Thursdays) is worth the $21.
If you drive a big rig and get here the first time you'll wonder if you made a mistake coming here. But then, there is enough room, you check in, and head to your site. Again, you wonder if you made a mistake. But then you notice that you actually have plenty of room and park your rig. Then you notice it has 50 amp. Then you notice it also has cable (you won't get satellite), and water, and sewer. Then take a walk around and see the beautiful lake, Mt Shasta looming overhead, and you'll appreciate being here. We will come back.
Actually a much nicer park than what I expected. And the cost:: $20 a night for full hookups! I would have expected a park that is in a tourist area with all amenities to charge more. A visit to Antelope Canyon should be mandatory, it's beautiful. Site are gravel, a little slope-y but watching how you park your rig helps. Had good Verizon and satellite. We'd stay here again!
One of the few parks I give a 10 to. Obviously well designed and laid out, easy entry and access to sites. Sites are fine gravel and level, and all the amenities are there and work. The office is a nice place, and the Bar and Grill nice enough to attract customers from outside the park. All the park personnel we met were friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if ever in this area.
OK, so this is a tight park and if you drive a big rig you may need help from others to get into your site. And yes, it is tight. But if you are a Thousand Trails member and elect for the more extensive sites (like we did, $5 a day) it is still a good deal. The park personnel were friendly, and all of Las Vegas is a short drive away. And don't forget Red Rock Canyon, or Valley of Fire.
Nice park, reasonably close in to the city. But if it is windy, you get it all since this is at the top of a ridge. Not the park's fault. Better signage going in to the park would help, as you get the impression you are entering a dead end street from the highway. We did enjoy our stay and would stay here again if we are back in this area.
Very friendly owners and office staff. Close in location, great for a quick trip to New Orleans. Nice restaurants in the area. However, the park was old, the roads narrow, the spaces narrow. A bit of a push for a big motor home towing. We had rain, and there were puddles everywhere. Our sewer connection was totally under water. Lots of mud off of the pavement. Rate shown is a monthly rate. We would stay here again, but there may be other places we have to check out. But the only ones we've seen next to us was a real dumpy place.
This is our third time staying here. It is a basic park in a great location, right on the river. Since our last visit, all power pedestals have been upgraded. Roomy and level sites. Office staff very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again next time we're in the area.
We were here during the heavy flooding, and we had water all around our coach. But you can't blame the park; they did their best to get us comfortable. All utilities worked fine, no problems. Our smart phone (Verizon) worked fine, but our Verizon Modem couldn't get a data access. Park Wi-Fi was poor and according to my security software dangerous and a known identity theft access point. Note that this a internet provider issue, not a park issue. We mostly went in town and used a coffee shop internet. Relatively expensive, but that is what you get in this area. We'll stay here again if we're in the area.
This is a good park near Moab. Not a luxury resort, but clean, all facilities, and easy access. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Sites are gravel and level. There is a concrete walkway next to the motorhome door to keep your rig cleaner. We'd stay here again if we're in the area.
This is our third time staying at this park. It is convenient to the highway, but still relatively quiet. Easy pull-through sites, good satellite access. The check-in at the gas station was fast and painless. We'll stay here again when we're in the area.
This is an older park (dates back to 1936) but has good facilities. Sites are level gravel, and OK for big rigs. Some internal roads are a bit tight though. Satellite is iffy, because of the tall trees. Stayed an extra night to miss weather coming our way. Visited the rodeo, fun local action. Nice Depot area downtown.
First off, kind of expensive for a Casino RV park, but after that all is good. Rate shown includes the "Resort fee" that is added. Wide, paved spaces, nice laundry, easy walk to one of the nicer casinos around. Good entertainment and food, close to many Reno attractions. Great swimming pool, golf driving range, and much more. We'll stay here again.
One of our favorite stop over parks. A nice change from the bustle in big cities. Air is clean. Views are great. All gravel, reasonably level, good power and water. Verizon wireless and satellite worked fine, as did the local Wi-Fi. Easy access, but don't go over the edge! Friendly owners. We'll be back again.
Tries hard to be a resort, sort of looks like one but pads are still gravel and not all that level. Power and water was good, the pool is ultra small but you can use the Hilton facilities up the hill. Sort of expensive, but probably the best in the area. There isn't much else around. Internal roads paved and easily managed with a big rig.
This is a great park if you're a fisherman because that is the main attraction here. The park is pretty, but very tight for a big rig. We were in A23, about the only site big enough for our 43 ft RV. Getting in and out took patience and helpers. The camp host was friendly and knowledgeable. Had a nice hike along the Deschutes River. I'd stay here again.
I was disappointed by the park because I drove out of my way based on the web site promises. This is a small park, with tight and rather short spaces that aren't very level. I assume they have a pool and hot tub, but I never saw it. And the park is more like 10 miles from Twin Falls, not 5. But power and water were fine. Next time, I'll look for something closer to I-84.
The owners are friendly, and are trying to make this into a nice park. The facilities were good (we had one of their new paved sites) but the roads are dusty. Also, this campground is quite a ways north of Buena Vista. We didn't see the pool, or the hot tub, don't think there was either one. Not sure why this is called a resort; they charge like one. Next time we'll find something closer to town.
A lot of people don't like KOA, and this is a perfect example why. Made my reservation on line, picked a spot that was claimed suitable for my rig (43ft MH with 4 slides) for $42 a night. When I got here, was told my rig would only fit in "Super Sites" at $71 a night. Since there wasn't much else in town I took it. In looking at the other spots I can see why I wouldn't fit in, if there were neighbors, they are extremely close together. The space itself is fine, has a patio with gas grill and seating area, but in the full sun so it is hot. So in short: spaces are VERY small and expensive but there isn't much else around.
Actually, we were in the Cedar Loop, space 55, but the review is the same. A little difficult to get to, CR325 is pretty narrow and curvy. Excellent location though, terrific view, level spots that were well maintained (including covered picnic table). There were two drawbacks: power only (50A, no water, no sewer) but for an overnight this was no problem. Also the rates: $20 for camping, $10 to reserve a spot, and $7 a day vehicle fee. Even so, I am still rating it high because it is such a great parking spot. We'd come here again.
We plan our trips to make this an overnight stop. We love the location with a great view over the valley. The owners are friendly and the laundry and restrooms are excellent. Spaces are a little tight but OK for a big rig. Perfect overnight stop.
We stay here every time we come through this area. It is perfect overnight stop -- large spaces, full hookups, level, close to a good steak at Big Texan, and close to every diesel service you may want. And a free donut and coffee to start you off in the morning. There is a bit of freeway noise but not enough to bother.
One of the nicer state parks. Large sites, large pads, covered picnic tables, hot tub, view of the mountains: really nice. The employees are friendly too. If they would have sewer I would have given a 10. I'll stay here again.
I don't give 10's easily, but this is one of the nicest parks we've stayed at, anywhere. And we're fulltimers, and get around. We make our travel plans to stay here anytime we get to the coast. Reasonable rates, friendly park, great location, and superb facilities. If it wasn't for some (repeat: some, but not bothersome) highway noise I'd rate this a 10 1/2.
Good place for an overnight, especially if you like acres of gravel and open spaces. Also great if you have to be at the Expo grounds. Wide spaces, can get tight if full. Lots of amenities in the neighborhood. Personally, I'd try something else next time.
A very nice park. New facilities, good layout, nice clubhouse and store, friendly people. And clean restrooms and laundry! Nice long pullthroughs and modern power pedestals. There are permanent residents, mostly in the back, and the pullthroughs are in front. This is also the only negative, they are close to CA-99 with incessant traffic noise. But we'll stay here again.
We've been coming here for years, mainly because our kids live nearby. But the park is going downhill. Bad management, poor infrastructure (potholes getting seriously worse), and poor facilities maintenance. We'll probably stay here again, but only because it is so convenient for us.
Great place for an overnight stay; not a destination resort. No pool, showers, hot tub etc., just a good place to park for the night. Pads were concrete, way in the back, so road noise was minimal. Stayed here during hurricane Hermine, and was glad to be parked on concrete! Inexpensive, close to town, easy access, we'll stay here again.
A little tight, a little primitive, a little old, but no problems for a big rig to spend one night on the way through. Owner was very friendly and helpful. Most sites are 30 amp, if you want 50 amp be sure to call ahead. If here, be sure to visit Cuba. The murals are nice, and Missouri Hicks serves great BBQ. We'll stay here again next time through.
If you like trucks and trains, you'll love this place. From our bedroom slide, it is 50 yards to I-74 and 100 yards to the RR track with no noise barriers. Roads and sites, are crushed gravel, but there is grass and trees on the 30A side. The turn into the park, and some of the internal roads, are tight and with sharp bends but we managed OK with our big rig. We were here for a week to visit family, and it is the only place nearby that has 50A (which we need in 90+ weather) or else we would have moved on. We'd stay here again under similar conditions, but if the weather was more cooperative we would rather boondock.
Friendly owner on site. This is an older park, so sites are small and tight, our 43ft motorhome barely fit. But the people next to us with a smaller coach were just fine. Water was fine, we had 30A and no sewer or WiFi. But it was convenient for our purposes, and it is a good place for an overnight stay. If we ever get back in this area we'll stay here again.
Big park, lots of spaces, good facilities. Sites were level and roomy, with full hookups (50amp) and WiFi. Good value for the cost of the site. Free shuttle to casino, so you can eat lots at the buffet!
If you want a quick inexpensive overnight without unhooking, yet close to the highway, lots of shopping, easy access and a quiet surrounding: this is it. If you want a destination, drive on as the sites are sloping, made from sharp crushed brick, the little grass there is is overgrown and full of weeds, and no picnic tables. But we'd stay here again if we are looking for an quick overnight in this area.
This is more like parking at a friends farm than a campground. There are no defined spaces, just grass with utilities. The owner is friendly and helped with local suggestions. The power is good (50A) as is the water and Wi-Fi. Not all sites have sewers. Depending on your site, it may be tight, and the roads in are gravel and a bit tight. But, in the end, this is a good place to overnight. And do take the Havre underground tour, quite interesting. We'd stay here again, as long as it is dry, as the grass spaces could become very slick.
Nice park, well maintained and operated by new owners. Like all parks in this area, pads are a little close, gravel, and a minimal grass strip for lawn chairs. A little noise from the road (we were on the premium sites at the very front) but dies down at night. Close to city facilities, stores, etc. Good power and water, clean laundry facilities. Rate reflects weekly rate (one day free but no other discounts). We'll stay here again.
Great location, near Glacier NP. Like all campgrounds in this area, spaces are a little tight, and some with a strange layout, but not bad. Gravel pads and roadways. Low water pressure, but good power and satellite. Did not use restrooms, laundry, or available Wi-Fi. Office staff friendly and helpful. Next door there is a fruit stand (not part of CG), but prices 3X that in Columbia Falls, and no fresher or better. In summary, next time we are in this area we will stay here again.
A convenient stopover between Yellowstone and Glacier. A little noisy because of the highway and truck stop next door, but not too bad. Spaces were easy to get into but a little tight. Level gravel pads. Wi-Fi and cable available but extra cost.
Although this park is right on the highway, traffic noise was minimal. Pads were gravel, close but not too close, and relatively level. Owners were friendly. A very short drive to West Yellowstone. Rate was a weekly rate, much lower than most others in this area. We'd stay here again.
As stated, smallish sites in a old configuration and tight roads. But for an overnight stay at what we paid it was just fine. Water, 50A power, concrete pad, good Verizon and satellite so we had no complaints.
Actually a nice park for an overnight; not much to do in the area if the weather is bad. A little expensive but acceptable for the area. Spaces a little tight for larger rigs but no problems. We had a nice walk down to the river. Did not use facilities, but individual shower rooms (nice!) looked large and clean. Would have liked it better if it wasn't for the wind and 5+ inches of snow, but that is beyond management control!
We always try to stay here when we move from Dallas to Denver. People are friendly, spaces are a reasonable size, and reasonable rates. Great location, take a walk to get used to the altitude! In short, a great place for an overnight stay.
Pros: Great location, very friendly staff, mostly level sites, relatively cheap rates (rate shown is weekly). Cons: Has a winding and steep entry, confusing space layouts, soft gravel spaces after rain (my front supports sank 6" after a rain). I would stay here again.
This is a convenient overnight stay more so than a destination. Most people here are overnight stays. Spaces are roomy, staff is helpful. Big Texan, just down the road, is OK theme steak house. The interior road ways are getting potholes, but still, as a Passport America member, this is an convenient and inexpensive place to stay.
Roads in and out a bit rough (not the campgrounds fault) but the campsites were concrete and level. Not much in Vidalia, but Natchez is just across the bridge. Some barge noise at night but no problem. Good value if you use Passport America.
As stated by others, OK for an overnight stay, albeit a little expensive for what you get. The park has definitely seen better days, and has lost its Good Sam rating as well as its Wi-Fi. Fair amount of highway noise but we slept through it. We'd stay here again but only if our travels made it convenient.
I gave the owners some extra points for being friendly, for having clean restrooms, and great recycling. And, it really is a nice location. As a campsite, we had some real problems. The roads are steep and narrow with deep ruts. Pads are gravel and small, and when wet soft. We were here on a rally with big rigs that should never have been put into these small spaces. We had multiple people who had to be towed both in and out by tractor. Our rather large motor home was put on a grassy spot in a valley, which turned into mud. I was lucky to get out. I won't be back here, even if the weather is dry.
This park is worth going out of the way to get to. With Passport America, it was only $14 a night. The sites are huge and all grass pull through sites, 50A power, good water, strong Wi-Fi and the operators are very friendly. The interior roads are dusty, and there is no shade whatsoever, but it has a great location near the Amana Colonies. Stay extra and visit: great German shopping (make sure to go to the meat market and bakery), and inexpensive but good German restaurants. If we ever get back in the area we'll make sure to stay again, even if it is out of our way.
OK for an overnight stay, especially with Passport America. Has good access from I-80, with lots of room but interior roads are deteriorating badly. My site was way in the back, but still noisy from nearby I-80: showed signs of rutting from prior rains, could become very muddy. But for what it is: an overnight stay while driving through, it's a good deal especially with Passport America.
A little short for a bigger rig, but had wide spaces. A great location by Rocky Mountain Park. Has friendly staff, and a well stocked fishing pond if that is what you want. It's close to Estes Park, too. We'd stay here again.
Perfect for a quick overnight stay. Nothing fancy, but decent pull-through sites so you don't have to unhook. Has friendly staff. Nothing fancy, but serviceable. The Joe T restaurant (next exit east) has some excellent steaks.
First: this is a nice park, better than most. But it is not like the web site implies. You'd think you will be in the country, but you are between two freeways (noisy), a refinery (smells), and industrial area (not pretty). For this, I downrated it to an 8. But it is a nice park, and very convenient to SLC. We'd stay here again.
Park was a little more run down than what I expected from other reviews, lots of full time residents in old RVs. A fair amount of noise from the road, although not enough to keep me from sleeping. However, it was pull through, and power, electricity and sewer were fine. Rate reflects first nite at Passport America rates. We didn't bother to use the restrooms or showers. We'd stay here again for the convenience of the location.
Very convenient to I-84, easy in out, large spaces, well maintained grass but we had no shade. First site I've been to that had 100A at each camp site, great for those of you with big buses! Laundry and restrooms were clean. Very small pool, also had a hot tub which we used. We'd stay here again if our plans had us in this area. Passport America rate available, and Good Sam as well for the second night.
Normally I would have rated this park a 6 but the hot springs (free to campers), easy pull throughs, and friendly staff (and the low price: $18, 1st nite $9 for Passport America) made me bump it up. It really is a nice relaxing place to soak in the hot pond. Large pull throughs take any size rig, even triple towers. But it is remote, the nearest restaurant is 25 miles away in Burns. But if you're going across Oregon and need a place to spend a nite or two this place is just fine. We'd stay here again.
Very nice place, clean, well kept, free WiFi, newspaper, breakfasts. Showers etc. were clean. Small pool, hot tub but pleasant. Management personnel very friendly. Well landscaped, each site has bushes and trees to line the pad. Quite a bit of noise from the freeway but it didn't bother me and I'm a light sleeper. We'd stay here again! Note there are 5 resorts in this chain in the west coast area with reduced costs for longer stays.
This is my first ever 10 rating! We had a premium spot right at the river and it was great. The sites are large, level, and concrete. First time I've been to a site where fivers can back in and motor homes pull in and still get the river view! Landscaping is beautiful, as are all the facilities. It is spotlessly clean and well managed. We'll certainly stay here again. The only minor negative was freeway noise but it was low enough to be covered by running a fan.
Yes, the sites are a little close, but it still has more room than most of the other campgrounds in this area. The sites are paved, and have a grass area with table and grill. Excellent maintenance, the park is clean and well kept. The new owners have gone out of their way to make our stay pleasant. Next time we are in the area we will certainly stay here again.
Driving to the Colfax Corp park makes you wonder, you are so far in the boondocks. Then you see the park, what a surprise! Easy back in sites, each one large and paved with HUGE grassy areas all around, a nice concrete pad, and all the hookups! Free Wi-Fi, free showers, free laundry. Great place to stay for a few days to relax (and fish, if that is your thing) but bring your own night life, it's way in the country.
Great campsite for close in parking to LSU and Baton Rouge. Grass pull throughs, gravel roads. Fairly roomy, no problem with slides etc. Access note: when getting off of I-10 (exit 155A) on Hwy 30 head south, then turn right on Stadium Drive (right past the stadium, can't miss it) then left at the "T", which is River Road, till you get to the park. All the other roads leading to River Road have a very high RR crossing that you will not be able to get over with a large vehicle. Don't follow your GPS!
Interesting place... really some fishing lakes with RV pads (some concrete, some dirt). Stayed for Mardi Gras parades, didn't use the facilities that much. We stayed on a gravel site, and be careful if it rains because the ground is unsettled and you will sink in, especially a big rig. But they do grade it regularly.
We really like this 1000 trails park. We stay in the upper section, and the sites are large and easy back ins. Full hookup with 30A (50A available some sites $3 night extra). Lots of deer, and walking trails to the lake. We stayed here 2 weeks before we moved on to the west coast. All 1000 trails we've been in show some sign of needing maintenance, this one was no exception but nothing to require a serious downgrade. Recommended park!
Great value for the money, rate shown is Passport America. Fairly tight, but then price is low. Note that the GPS coordinates are off, if you use one you'll pass right on by. Local Mexican restaurant also very good and pleasant. Only negative: when leaving space through the trees was so tight that I ended up with several long scratches down the side of my MH. Did inform management; maybe its been fixed.
Very nice place! Clean and well laid out. Close to Zion NP and stores in Hurricane. Friendly staff. Only negative: seems like the premium sites (like we had) had less room than the standard pull throughs. We'd sure go back here!
Stayed here under the "5 nights free" program. The sales pitch was not high pressure, and in fact informative. This is a nice place, big sites, no shade but great satellite coverage. No Wi-Fi, but I have my own. Nice pool, hot tub and rec rooms. I might even consider buying into this place.
Older site, tight roads and spaces, but adequate for being in Vegas. Convenient to highway, local casinos. Surprised by Sam's Town; we liked that place and casino food was good and half the cost of the strip.
Very friendly staff, nice grassy area next to our motor home. Reasonably wide spaces in our section, but other sections share a common pad and are tighter. I would guess this to be the nicest RV park in the area, and Passport America discount makes it cheap, too. Nice showers and bathrooms. Next time through I'll stay here again!
I stay here frequently as it is close to my kids. It is cheap, and sites in the 50Amp section are close, and there is no sewer (just a dump station) but despite all that it is in a great location, it is clean, and the hosts are friendly. I will be staying here again. Great location for being so near a major city!
Very nice site. Wide roads and spaces, easy pull through or back in. Note that there is $6 per day per vehicle charge if you are not a Colorado State Parks member. Only thing I didn't like was the $1 charge for 4 minutes in the shower, plus 25 cents each additional minute. But they were clean and easily accessible. Nice laundry facilities. Quiet location, yet close to I70.