Wow! Was not sure if I was in the right RV Park according to the reviews given below. There is no way I would rate this park as a 10. Daily rate is based on a three night stay. I was very disappointed to find when I was just checking the website to make sure I was in the right park, that there is a 3 night for the price of 2 promotion, which we were not made aware of when we checked in. I did not find the lady at the front desk friendly as some did, in fact just the opposite. As for the park itself, the roadways are narrow, we could barely squeeze down the road to our site. We were given a spot across the bridge which is a mixture of extended stays and overnighters. This section has a lot of RVs in a small area. There are trees, but the lawn is half dead, looks like may be from a few people who did not take the time to get their pets to the appropriate areas. As far as the daily newspaper delivery to your site as mentioned on the website: they don't even have a newspaper for sale in the office! I did take a walk around the park this morning, again just to make sure I was in the right place. The newer section appears to be clean and a little more spacious, but there is no shade, which could be a problem in Redding. The two good things I can say about our site is it is level and the WiFi is decent. Other than that I just do not see it as a 10, and would not stay here in the future if our travels brought us to Redding. We have been traveling for almost 4 months and I can truly say this is the worst of the parks we have stayed in.
Love this park! We got here a week after they opened for the season, and pretty much had the park to ourselves for two weeks. There are three levels of the park, and our upper level has a few park models, but they are meticulously maintained. The deer came through the park on a daily basis, and at one point we counted 15 in a group out in the meadow! Sites are clean and the staff is friendly and helpful. We have already made our reservation to return in September, so yes, we would definitely stay here again!
Very clean park and the staff is friendly as you are escorted to your site. Sites are generous in size and while the WiFi is no better or worse than other RV parks, the TV reception was the best we have had in our 4 months of travel. (Maybe because it is $2 extra per night?) They have a full service gas station, propane is available and a store with a little bit of everything. Will definitely stay here again when we pass through this area.
We like this park and always stay here when traveling on 395. Sites are easy to get into and are generous in size - just wish they were something besides dirt! Maybe just a few more pull throughs with a small piece of concrete! There are trees and they do give you a little shade. The people are friendly and they have a small market with a little bit of everything. Of course, we will stay here again the next time we are on 395.
Great to stop in for a night. Site had plenty of room, was all red rock, no concrete patio or shade, but again we were just passing through and it was easy in and out. Clerk at front desk was friendly and helpful.
Great for a quick one night stopover on our way to Arizona. People are friendly and helpful. Site was all grassy, but long and wide enough we did not even need to unhook. Works out perfect and will no doubt stop here again on our next trip to Tucson.
We stayed for almost three months and loved everything about the park. From the people at the front gate to the office and maintenance people, everyone is friendly and wonderful. The sites are gravel with concrete patios, everything is kept very clean. The park has a separate area for those who have pets, which makes it nice for those who do not! If you so desire there is something for everyone, almost to the point of never having to leave the park, but there are so many things to see and do in Tucson, you might want to venture out a few times! Also, right out the back gate of the park is a wonderful paved walking/biking trail that I might add leads you over to a great shopping area. We had a great stay and have already booked our spot for 2014!
Nice clean park near a lot of activities in the Santa Ynez Valley, easy on and off of 101. Be sure to ask for a quiet spot (if this is of importance to you). Hopefully they will accommodate you because this is definitely a kid and dog friendly park. Spots were roomy enough for our fifth wheel. Wi-Fi was OK as parks go.
We picked this park at random for a week, and as soon as we arrived we knew we needed to stay longer. Luckily, we were able to get a spot for the extra week, since Labor Day was approaching quickly! The people there are very friendly and eager to help. I have noticed a few people have commented on the "rules". What park doesn't have them? And, if they are not enforced what good are they? Unfortunately, in today's world people do not have enough consideration for others, so there has to be rules-most of which are just plain common sense. We did not have any problems with "rules" at this park. The sites are clean, and I mean clean to the point of pine needles being scooped up on a daily basis. Some have a concrete patio area, which is nice. We had plenty of room at our site, and no problems whatsover. It is a beautiful park-quiet and peaceful, and the surrounding areas are gorgeous. I used the laundry twice, and it was spotless. (It is closed every day from 1 to 3 for cleaning.) No, there was not internet service at our site, but at the "hot spot area", it was very reliable. If you are a golfer, this is paradise, since there are several wonderful courses in the area. Can't wait to go back next year!
Good stop on 395, stayed here to visit some of the neighboring towns in the area. The address is in Minden, but it is actually just south of Carson City, and several miles north of the downtown area of Minden. Very friendly at check-in, and the property has a lot of amenities. Gas, propane, groceries, etc., even a pond! Very clean sites, rocks with concrete strips to park your RV. My only wish would be that there would be more trees, and some mature trees; could get a little warm! (Guess this will come in time.) Everything seems fairly new. The sites had plenty of room for us. Internet service was as usual in the parks, just OK. I have just gotten to the realization; this is just an added extra, that may or may not work well. They just want to be able to advertise that they have it! We will probably stay here again when traveling 395.
We stayed here for one night on the way up 395. We requested a pull through for a 36' fifth wheel. Unfortunately, most of the sites that fit our request were in the middle of the park, and not at all level. We had to use at least 6" of support under one side of the unit to get anywhere near level. This was very inconvenient in 90 degree weather! There are some level sites, and in retrospect we should have gone in and requested another site, but not sure what would have been available for our situation. As it turned out, we did it and for $20 it was OK for the night! The site was clean and the people at the check-in at the store were friendly and helpful. Probably will not stop there again unless we could be assured of a more level site!
Great place to spend a night or a few days when traveling on 395. Located just south of Lone Pine a couple of miles out of town, but they have a small store that carries a little bit of everything! The site sizes were adequate for us, just wish we had a concrete pad as some of the sites do, and maybe a few more mature trees! (That of course will come with time!) The dust is a bit much when some of the inconsiderate campers blast through, but there will always be those! Very friendly staff, we will definitely stop here again when in the area.
The nightly rate reflected was what our weekly rate worked out to be. Park was very nice and clean. Sites were a good size for our fifth wheel. At this time of the year, very quiet and most days we had very few neighbors. The weekends got a bit loud, and the park seems to be hesitant to approach people who are on the rowdy side unless it is after 10:00 pm. We did have an incident of a very inconsiderate group, and in the end they were taken care of, although in my opinion they should not have been allowed in the park in the first place. The Wi-Fi is typical for RV Parks, very slow and sometimes non existent, this is where patience comes in helpful! The person at the front desk who checked us in was very helpful, (I am sorry I did not catch her name). I asked her to give us a site we could be happy at for a week, and she did such a good job we stayed two weeks!
Very disappointed in this park. First off, appears we were way overcharged according to what others show they paid per night. Guess they raise the rate according to what is going on at the fairgrounds. Next, the site we were given was so narrow and short we could barely get in and out of our trailer and it is only 25' in length with one slide. If we would have had another slide out, it would have touched the Montana next to us. There was hardly any room to park our truck. Also our truck and trailer picked up some type of greasy, sappy goo from the trees-it is a mess. No place to barbecue and if we would have been able to, we would have been eaten alive by the flies. Internet only worked in the office area, nothing at the site. We were told when we checked in, it was because of the RV show going on at the fairgrounds-not so. I am pretty certain there was never Wi-Fi at the sites. If this is typical of a KOA park, I will not be joining (or staying) KOA any time soon. The only plus (and the reason I did not rate lower)-we could walk right into the fairgrounds next door.
This park has fairly narrow, tight spots. We were hoping to get a space in the upper oceanview area, but could only get one in the forested upper lot since we did not make reservations far enough in advance. It was OK for a stopover, not sure I would want to stay for an extended length of time. Although clean, the areas are dirt, no concrete pads or grass. TV and internet service worked fine. Office staff friendly and helpful. Location not really close walking distance to anything.
Wonderful RV Park, very friendly. Great large spots with concrete pads and beautiful green grass. Unfortunately, there are 191 spaces and I am pretty sure we are the only ones who didn't have at least one dog. And, where there are that many dogs (most people had 2, and some I saw with 4!), there is going to be barking. This is such a gorgeous, quiet area but. Additionally, our section of beautiful green grass had several brown spots from dog urine. It is unfortunate that dog owners are so inconsiderate.
This park is set up nicely in a couple of ways. The spot we were given was all RVs, and although some had been there for several months, we were not situated in an area with permanent Park Models. There is a separate section for RVs with pets. This makes it nice if you are not into dogs. They do have WiFi, and it worked fairly well, although a little slow. There is a wonderful area that is dedicated to a small train town setup and run by several memebers of the park. Planes do fly over frequently during the day, but at times it was like we had our own airshow going on, we did not mind at all. It is a nice, clean park and we are hoping to stay a month the next time we head to Tucson.
RV sites are mixed with Park Models and long term residents. Our site was not street level making it difficult to back into. The spots are rock covered with a small concrete patio area, no trees. A couple of things I would like to mention. The WiFi is not readily available or reliable, and it does not seem it is a very high priority in the park. If you need to use the internet on a daily basis, don't count on it here. Also, the garbage is only picked up twice a week and there are no dumpsters available if you want to get rid of your trash between pickups. In a travel trailer, sometimes you don't want your trash sitting around for days on end. The people, residents and employees of the park are very friendly.