Nice place, pleasant owners. This was near the end of season, so the park was very quiet. Well kept grounds, level sites. Utilities in the right place. Our site didn't have sewer, but there is a dump station.
Prices going up, but improvements are slow to get accomplished. Every site was occupied, so revenue is probably pretty good, but about all we saw improved from a year ago was the fence in the east parking lot was freshly painted, although a quite hideous color. The young lady employee who checked us in was very pleasant and helpful. Sites are small, gravel, many not level. Site numbers are easy to see. Loop road is paved, but has several poor sections because of some sort of utility work. Electrical is about 110 volts and reliable. Registration building has been repainted, but also a weird color. Water is from city of Merriam. Sewer connections are maintained properly. Laundry facility is adequate. Restrooms and showers are reasonably clean, but need work. Trash dumpster is conveniently located. No picnic tables or fire rings (although they sell fire wood!). Trees are big, but not nearly as many as there were because tornados and storms have knocked some down. Pricey for what you get, but not much competition. Please read other reviews for more information if I haven't addressed all you need.
Good and simple option for an overnight. Sites are level, night lighting is excellent. Very quiet. Grass is mowed nicely. Skip the electrical hookup and save $6 (we opted to use it, however, to run AC). Very pleasant gentleman comes around to collect fee.
One of the best! Super clean and neat. No nonsense tolerated. Owners live on property and are very proud of their park. Virtually everything is impeccable. Close to Glacier National Park and all the conveniences of Columbia Falls, Whitefish and Kalispell shopping and attractions. Rate based on length of stay and Good Sam discounts.
Friendly staff, very nice restrooms and showers. Fairly simple park, but great signage, well maintained roads and sites, and good proximity to gas/groceries/restaurants. Highway noise is perceptible, but isn't a problem for us.
A good place to stay in Yellowstone. Great for a base camp for seeing Yellowstone and Grand Tetons National Parks. Decent roads, nice campsites with picnic tables and fire rings.next to the lake, nice walking trails. Reservations required, typically full.
The new management group seems to be "getting it." New little store is a nice feature, big annoying speed bumps have been removed, discount for military/veteran or Good Sam is very welcomed. Previous dog issue seems to have been resolved (likely need to judge that better when it is warmer). Staff is more accommodating and friendlier than before. Good to see them walking about. Would like to see permanent sites better managed, too much stuff outside, looks trailer-trashy.
This park, owned by the Lutheran Church, is located two miles east of the junction of US 89 and UT 14. Access is by gravel/dirt road. Park is not fancy, but it is in a beautiful setting with abundant deer and nice clean facilities. Operated by a lady and her husband who are friendly, helpful, and very pleasant. Rate is based on Passport America and a negotiated deal for 5 nights. About half was between Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, close to Cedar Breaks National Monument, so a great base camp. Might be a sloppy road in the rain. Would stay here again.
Simply outstanding! Clean, well maintained, superb camp host, and then there's the scenery. We were in Loop C, right next to amphitheater and the apple orchard. If there was electricity, we'd just like to live here.
Nice park, very friendly camp hosts. Good maintenance. I would have given this park a 10 if the assistant manager, had been welcoming, helpful and friendly at checkin. She was not. She needs to be as engaging as the other help, needs to set a better example, needs to understand the RVers coming in are the ones keeping the place open.
Superb park! Very friendly and helpful staff, everything well maintained, pretty location. Rate based on PA discount. Unlike many parks, the permanent residences are well-kept and actually appealing. Will definitely return, maybe for a longer stay than 5 nights - would be a good place for a month or two! Nice place.
Rate based on PA discount.Very basic park, be sure to check electrical stand before parking (took me two tries). Has some very transient folks, dogs running loose, kids unattended (although cute). Park is good for a one- nighter.
Much like the many great 1000 Trails preserves of yesteryear . . . fairly simple, well groomed, not TOO many leased sites (like so many other 1000 Trails parks are now!). Seems to be pretty good member-generated gatherings, assisted by a good park manager. Other staff members are good, too.
Good place to hang out for a while. Mostly Winter Texans here for several months, but about 40 sites are designated for Thousand Trails members. This was our third time here. Tuesday night's hamburgers are very good!
The new park management does not pay as much attention to tenant rules compliance as did the previous group. Dogs were often a nuisance, improper vehicle parking was not corrected, and the trash dumpster overflowed routinely. One tenant had about a dozen dogs out every day in make-shift cages and they barked constantly which got other dogs in the area riled up also! This place is too small to not manage these things better. Previously, it was common to see management walking about dealing with issues. This time there was nobody outside. All the staff stayed in the office.
Seemingly an adequate park with grass sites and some shade. Electric and water utilities good, dump area convenient and clean. Gentleman behind desk was friendly and helpful. I would rate this park higher except for the fact there was goose droppings all over. No apparent activity to control or clean up.
Fairly typical Thousand Trails Preserve - could be super, but needs some attention. Park was nearly full for Labor Day weekend, so thing were busy. Family Center, showers, restrooms, roads all need to be maintained better. Pretty nice location for a day trip to Detriot/Dearborn attractions. Close to excellent little St. Clair and the big ships on the river. Staff was pleasant and helpful.
Very simple, but easy-off/easy-on the Turnpike. Friendly lady checked us in. Wi-Fi was good. Can't blame Mother Nature for any problems! Only dust was result of speedy tenants. Seemed like a good value with the Passport America rate.
Very nice place. The new owners (for about a year) are dedicated to creating a wonderful RV park and they are well on their way. This is a great place to stay, we'll be back. Karla and her husband are pleasant, friendly, helpful and extremely hard-working owners. And the meat market next to the RV park, not owned by the same folks, is superb.
Customer service is superb! Ladies at the front desk are genuine and extremely pleasant. Very nice park, great location. This is what an RV park should be. A bit pricey, but so are fine hotels - here you get what you pay for.
Overall a good place. Highway noise could be annoying to some. While restrooms and showers were good, laundry room needs to be updated and kept clean. Friendly gentleman welcomed us and our traveling friends. Seems the owners/managers are working to keep the park up to snuff.
While primarily a cabin-type resort, there are 3 very nice RV sites available. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Nice swimming pool, great views of Bull Shoals Lake, boat access, nice simple store. Wonderful rural setting with lots of trees.
This probably WAS a nice place LONG ago - but has been neglected. Really poor maintenance. VERY poor roads, lots of mud, sewer plugged (not a fun thing - guess how you discover that!) Won't EVER return.
Stayed here under a Resorts of Distinction (ROD) membership. Was relegated to one of two designated sites for ROD, both of which were very unlevel. When we requested a more level site (many were available), was flatly refused. Roads need much work; there are many ruts and potholes.
If you're looking for a resort campground, this isn't it. But, if you're looking for a good place near the Kansas City metropolitan area, this is a good choice. Location is the attraction here. Facilities, such as laundry and showers, are adequate and clean. We've stayed here numerous times and have always found the owners/managers to be helpful and friendly.
This is a fairly nice property which needs to be spiffed up some. Has potential, but access to some of the amenities are inconsistent. Internal roads need better maintenance. Highway noise can be annoying.
This park looks to have been a fairly nice property years ago, but has been left to deteriorate. Memberships have been sold throughout the years, so some folks are trying to get their money's worth and either live or keep their rigs stored on campsites. Poor choice if you're looking for a decent park.