The park had a great game room with pool table and ping pong. A nice swimming pool was a plus. Easy maneuvering for a big rig. The sites were wide enough for slides and awning. The park was situated on three levels with gravel roads and level gravel sites. Playground equipment was strong enough for big kids. Everything was cared for, and it worked the way it was supposed to. We had site with view of Sundance Mountain. Yes, the kid committed a crime here. Short trip to Devil's Tower. Cable TV had 54 channels and good picture with a cable guide. Wi-Fi was good. We used it everyday. We would stay here again.
Dry desert sandy, dusty dirt site and roads. The white dust was very thick in places. Why couldn't paved roads be put in? We had to level side to side. There was an extra charge for kids. There was room for maneuvers, slides and awning. Desert type trees are at almost every site. The miniature golf had seen better days as there were weeds, sand and gravel on playing course. Why have the course if you don't maintain it? Not a lot to do in the game room. The pool was the best feature. It was clean and good sized. Cable TV had about 50 channels with a good picture. Wi-Fi available only at the office. We would stay here again.
The Kampground charged extra for kids, but there was no game room and the playground equipment was for toddlers. There was a pool at one time, but it was filled in with dirt. The hot tubs were next to the dirt. We had the end site and needed 3 levelers to get almost level, and it made for a giant step to get into the rig. Our door and windows looked directly into apartment parking lot/windows in back of the KOA. The roads and sites are dusty white rock. Maneuvering was OK. The electric connection had to be pulled all the way forward to connect. It was not co-located at midship with the water and sewer. Cable good. Wi-Fi TengoInternet way too difficult to sign on for casual browsing. One bag of trash per site. Too pricey for all the hardship. We would not stay here again.
Park located in country setting in wide open spaces. Easy turns in and out for big rig. Roads were rutted dirt. Sites were dirt and grass--not level. Enough room to use awning. Only one dumpster near the office. Pool was small and crowded. Cable was completely unusable. We had better TV on antenna. Wi-Fi weak. Field with numerous horses at edge of campground added to fly problem. Close to attractions. The price was good, but we would not stay here again.
The park had many mature trees, grass and a creek on edge of campground/park. Easy in and out. The resort is built on a level site. Roads and sites are gravel. We were in the rear of the park. The utilities placement made it difficult to connect for our large 5th wheel. We had to pull the electric extension forward to the front of the RV. The heated pool was a definite plus for the grandkids. Cable TV was good, and it had 66 channels plus guide. Good Wi-Fi reception. We would stay here again.
This resort would need a pool to compare with other rv resorts that are a 10. The town has a lot to do, and the location is close to all the attractions. The resort is built on level site. Roads are wide and asphalt. The rv sites are gravel, which was fine. A nice size patio and table with the site. The registration area was appreciated. The grass and pine landscaping was a plus. There was a very well stocked game room and a playground for kids. No security lights late at night; very dark. Ample cable channels with good reception. We had coupons for Tengointernet WiFi for each night with good reception. Beware of rangers issuing tickets in Yellowstone. We would stay here again.
Boulders were a concern as we were turning into our aisle. It was very tight. Campground situated on a sloping area with grassy, bumpy sites, and gravel roads. Our site was near level. No pool; but playground and games for kids. A creek along the rear of the park. Pizza restaurant on site with good quality and quantity of food. Cable (27 channels) only available at deluxe sites. No antenna TV. We could have used the weather channel in Wyoming. The bathrooms near us were old. Wi-Fi unavailable in site we were assigned.
Easy in and out for 5th wheel big rig. Some of the Iowa Water Hydrants were broken. Roads and sites are asphalt. Campground built on a level site with ample trees and grass. The bathroom, laundry, and shower building appeared to be new. Did not seem there was much of a connection between the casino and campground. No TV; cable or antenna. No WiFi reception. Good for the price, but we would look for somewhere else.
Campground located close to off ramp. Easy in and out for our 5th wheel big rig. Campground built on a level site. Gravel roads and sites. Desert environment. Management helpful. You pick your own site, but they come with you to the site. Bathroom, laundry, and showers at main building clean. Eighteen cable channels with good reception. WiFi good. We would stay here again, but only for overnight.
The resort has paved roads and sites. Our premium site was level. There is easy in and out for our big rig; room enough for slides and awning. More width is available at deluxe sites. Noticed that some rigs had several levelers. The resort has a nice atmosphere, and remote feeling on under developed part of California coast. Elephant seals, whales, redwoods, Pigeon Point Lighthouse and brewery nearby. Tent campers have a nice area. Fireplaces at the comfort stations. Lots of services available. Kid and pet friendly. We will go to the restaurant next time. Cable had channels 2-15. Only 8-13 worked all the time, even after a call for maintenance. The local channels might come in the evening. There is no antenna TV even though you are sort of close to San Francisco. Wi-Fi was good. We did not achieve nirvana--a grade of 8.5, but we will bump to 9. We will return.
This facility is not a resort, but the pool is very nice. The tall pines create a pleasant ambiance. The campground is behind a truck stop. One could back into the upper sites, which are in a level area. The main lower campground is on, let's say, a 3 degree slope with a steeper slope into the main part. There is a bumpy asphalt path around the campground. The sites are dusty. They need more gravel. The sites are graded near level. Some sites are narrow with rocks and trees. Some are not. There are no low branches. There is a tight turn between 2 trees at the far end of the campground. The toilets and showers are utilitarian and clean. The campground is at least 75 percent peaceful permanents in the perimeter sites. The trans Sierra train line is about 1/2 mile away on the other side of the freeway. We did not get Wi-Fi at our site. Wi-Fi is advertised on the web page. We received AT&T phone service.
The sites are assigned when you get there. The RV park is big rig adequate. The trees touched a little. The RV park has the location, location, location, but all the sites are not equal. After walking around the campground we noticed some of the sites were better. The site we had was not level and not maintained. It was high at the front and sloped to the left. It took some work to level. We would not call this site 38 foot friendly except that is was long enough. A big curb on the left side and a picnic table were the only "improvements". The site was wide enough. There were a lot of rental RV's in the campground. We noticed even though the park said "full" there were still some available spaces in the morning. Should reservations be cancelled at 5 p.m.? The cable TV had a minimum of channels, and some of them said not available. No Wi-Fi. We could not get AT&T cell service. We would stay here again only because of Grand Canyon National Park.
After climbing the 6 % grade west of Kingman take exit 51 or 53 off I-40 to four lane Airway Ave., which leads to easy in and out for a big rig at Zuni. The park is in a commercial area convenient to most franchise, grocery, drug, or fuel stores that anyone could want. Registration is friendly and easy. Landscape is appropriate to the high desert. Pine trees, well trimmed, are between sites. Sites are wide, and there is good space between sites. There are permanents here in their own area. The pool was empty, we assume, because of the time of year. The roads are paved. The sites are near level graded from the packed sand desert soil. Cable TV had a maximum of channels. Wi-Fi was strong with no problem. The bathrooms, showers, and washers are at the main office on Airway Ave. The clean bathrooms have a code lock on the door. We like this park, but we give this park a 7 compared to the 10's where we have stayed. We have stayed here several times, and we will stay here again.
Look for the park on a small street off Anaheim Blvd. No park signage on the corner. A little tight to maneuver with 38' trailer as some streets are narrow. Trees were trimmed out of the way. Camped in premium site. The site was just wide enough for our awning and slides, but this is urban camping. There are small grass areas between sites. A sound wall gives protection from noise from the Santa Ana Freeway. The park is in the vicinity of the Orange Crush interchange. The cable TV had many channels, but it was very weak on lower numbered stations even after the maintenance man’s repair. Changed our cable wire several times. Could have used a weather channel during the stormy weather we had at the time. Wi-Fi was very good. Individual shower/bathroom was completely tiled and clean, as were the heated pool and hot tub. There are complimentary muffins & coffee in the morning. Resort close to Disneyland/tourist stuff in OC (Orange County) and LA (Los Angeles). Fun time had by all. We will stay here again.
Park is located in a functioning orange grove with a rural friendly country ambiance. There are orange trees between each site. The spaces are roomy. When the oranges are ripe you are allowed to sample them. Cable and Wi-Fi worked very well. Pool was not heated. It was easy to maneuver our 38' trailer in the park and access to the park is easy. There are train tracks half mile away which adds to country atmosphere. Everyone in Bakersfield can hear the train. We had a great time here, but grade on the curve. We will stay here again.
Easy in and out for 38' big rig. Wi-Fi was excellent. Cable TV had local and home shopping channels. Concrete pad had room for patio and picnic table. The levee around the park had a lot of day use. The grass was brown this time of year. Friendly office staff. Would stay here again.
Tight turns for 38' big rig. Concrete pad was narrow. The best spots were taken. Backed out of pull through, otherwise, would have a hard right turn followed immediately by a 140 degree hard left turn around a steel post at the corner to protect lawn. There were plenty of cable channels. It is close to Camping World in Wilsonville. Gas station/market across the street. Truck stop west of I-5. Pool closed.
Park is easy in and out for a 38' rig. Paved roads and fairly wide gravel sites (awning friendly). Check in is now at the Travel Center, not the kiosk. Bathrooms and showers are at the Travel Center for a fee. The Travel Center is large, new, and staffed during its business hours. Pet sitting is available. Point your bat wing antenna toward the East for TV. The Wi-Fi antenna is on the pole abeam spot #48. We have stayed here before and will stay again.
The freeway exit and entrance are lengthy and not steep making access easy. Interior roads are paved, and turns are easy. Pull through concrete pad was good for our 38 footer. Cable channels were adequate. The reception was good. Wi-Fi did not work so we were unable to monitor home security, get travel information, make reservations, etc. We were in row 100. We were able to make an internet reservation from home. Website was informative. Train tracks are on far side of the river. Train is infrequent. We only heard the train about 8 p.m. We could not hear freeway traffic. It appears at least half of the park is dedicated to extended stay campers. This is a good location to visit San Jose, Santa Cruz, Monterey, Salinas, San Juan Bautista, etc. Pool looked nice, but it was kept covered. Our small dog enjoyed its stay. Office was very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again.
Asphalt parking lot with utilities on curb island. Enough room for slide outs only. Some sites not level front to back. Entry road to the left before you pass the casino building. Lock on electric box so you must register inside casino.
No separation between sites so the neighbor's fire in their pit was very close to our vehicle. Pet friendly as their were doggie bag dispensers at the end of every lane. Great sunsets just over the dunes and a nice beach to walk. Park is close enough to walk to town which is "old beach town with walking pier." Excellent Wi-Fi. The Monarch butterflies return in winter so we too hope to return with the butterflies!
A definite 10. We enjoyed the pool and spa everyday. Bathroom/showers were very private as they were built like a "row of individual rooms each with their own enter/exit door to outside". Each bath had it's own heat/fan and was completely tiled and very very clean. We were able to buy tickets to area attraction for a considerable discount at the office. The shuttle to the casino was very much appreciated.
The golf course is beautiful. We're not sure if the grass in Ireland is that green. Go to the clubhouse for a special rate on golf and RV park. The RV park is not the worst. The roads are paved, but bring your leveling. It is Big Rig friendly. Self check-in is convenient anytime. The casino has good facilities, and the buffet is good. TV is available on antenna. There are no bathrooms or showers. Who cares, we're self contained. Good value.