Rate based on week stay (7th night free). Previous March '08 review covers it exactly! Would stay here again for easy access to Low Country areas from a basic park. No park rules provided, but professional attitude of management seems to do the job; no messy or problem folks in evidence including longer-term residents.
Very nice and good value for a basic park with helpful and friendly owner. Restaurant on-site offers nice dinners several nights a week and prices from $5. Beautiful lakeside location with a variety of short and longer-term unpaved sites. Rate is based on weekly special; we started with one week and wound up staying for two. As noted in other reviews, and the only negative for us, was that it is over 25 miles to major shopping and services although access to I-95 is easy and very close. This may not be an issue for many. We would stay there again anytime!
We were looking for a place to park our RV and just stay for the night, and depart the next morning. This park served our needs for that. The sewer, water and electric connections worked. The spaces were available on a first-come first-served basis. There were no bathrooms, showers, or laundry. There was quite a lack in courtesy, however. As there were no cable hookups or even local TV channels available, we asked to watch the television in the motel lobby. We were told no, it is for motel guests (who have TV and cable in each room, anyway). Don't ask for a donut or juice at the motel lobby breakfast, that is only for motel guests. We didn't even bother to ask about the motel swimming pool. The RV grounds have a gravel road and grass parking spaces, both very poorly maintained. The RV park at this Econolodge is apparently an afterthought and it's customers are not real "guests." We won't be coming back.
Beautiful wooded campground with friendly owners and staff! We stayed a week but picked our site carefully to be in range of "office only" wi-fi. Staff did not promise any wi-fi on site but we made it work mostly. Very quiet and relaxing; our park-of-choice for future visits to Crescent City!
Basic park with some long-term residents. Young managers were very friendly and helpful. Close to harbor, and perfectly fine for our needs except no wi-fi, so we moved to another park in town for an additional week. Rate structure a bit strange with wide variation in club membership discounts not typically seen!
Very courteous and knowledgeable staff, level but unpaved site. Wifi worked well at our location which was a pull-through. Some horses nearby, as expected from park name, although no problem or smell noted. Nice view of Moab terrain and reasonably close to town on back street that parallels main route through area. Will definitely stay there again when we can as we believe it to be an excellent value with Passport America discount. Recommend reservations as can be full during off-road season!
Very nice facilities in historic trading post area with pull-through sites though they are a bit narrow and unpaved. Beautiful canyon setting with spectacular Monument Valley across the highway! Staff was courteous and competent; full grocery store nearby and nice indoor swimming pool. Wi-fi costs $3/day extra and was out for a several hours but then worked well. A bit pricey for what you get, but only other choice in this remote area is primitive so we would stay again.
Park looks nice and employees were courteous, but we must add our voice to the chorus of pet owners who say they will NEVER stay here again, and warn all dog owners to go elsewhere! On our second day, my wife (why is the recipient always female or elderly?) was verbally abused by the owner when she let our arthritic 20-year-old little terrier cross an unoccupied space on the way back from the distant dog area. It started with yelling "Hey You, what do you think you're doing?" and went downhill from there calling her a "slob" and so on! In over two years of full-timing, we have never had problems with pet management and are very conscientious about cleanup and such. For the first time ever, we were immediately evicted. It looks like we're in good company. Of course there was no refund. By the way, when I checked politely with the front desk to see if there was anyone in authority who could do this, the employee started to break into tears. I felt for her. In our opinion, this individual should deal with his serious issues with animals as evidenced by his attack and the over-the-top Dog Rules and "Canineology and Mannerology" manifesto. Admittedly, we did not see that on the reverse side of the rules or we would have left immediately before registering. We were a bit concerned about the Rules of Combat "Kill 'em all and let God sort 'em out," style poster in the office and the anti-Islamic sign in the front driveway, but free speech still applies as I hope it does here!