This is a membership park, and if you are a member I would imagine that you would have some nice sites. That being said, they treat C2C very poorly. On the phone they stated that we could choose any site in Phase 2 or 4. When we arrived they stated whoever told me that was uninformed and all C2C must be in Phase 4. Phase 4 is in the far back with the workers. Most sites are not level and utilities are all placed in poor locations. Sewer is on wrong side at some sites. Some sites will have electric way in the back. You must choose your own site so you enter not knowing if a site exists that will be large enough for you. The only site available large enough for our 40' was a 30 amp. While we were gone to a show the electric tripped off and when we got home my MH was overheated and my little dog was in poor shape. They did let us move to a 50 amp but only if we could find one in Phase 4. It is a shame since this could be a nice park with a little compassion for C2C. I know when these members ever come to my home park as a C2C they are treated well and may have a site where ever they want. People running the office moan when they see a C2C member. Next time I will pay to stay elsewhere. It is not worth it to me to be treated so poorly.
Was hesitant at first, since some poor reviews, but was pleasantly surprised. This park is very well kept up. The staff was very pleasant and plenty of activities if you come in the Fall or Winter months. Spaces are very wide with room to breathe. Security gate in the evening hours. My price is a C2C price. We stayed for one week and would definitely return. WiFi worked very well and was $1.00 per day. No cable is why the 9 score, but several of broadcast stations with antenna.
The rate is a Good Neighbor rate (thru coast to coast). Although this is a nice clean park with wonderful staff it is a little tight for big rigs. We have a 40' Motorhome with four slides and because of the trees we could not bring out one of our slides. They could trim the trees up higher and it might help. On the electric pedestals the 30 amp was towards the back but if you want 50 amp it was way to the front. We were lucky we had an extension cord. Most were just hooking to the 30 amp instead of messing with it. Not much in Wells but we did take a drive up to Angel Lake which was nice. The park filled up almost every night with over-nighters so I would suggest reservations. Big Rigs be careful and bring an extension cord.
This RV Park is in the middle of nowhere but it works just fine to visit Great Basin National Park and Lehman Caves. Quite a few permanent tenants, but they were not a problem. The RV Park is behind the Motel/Restaurant/Gas Station. All pull-thrus, all 50/30 Amp, all with sewer and water. We had no problem pulling in with our 40' Motorhome with four slides and a tow dolley that we left hook-ed up. There is plenty of room, length and width. They have about six TV stations which come in pretty clear. They don't advertise wi-fi but we had it for the 2 nights we were here. This park is only 13 miles to the Great Basin National Park and Lehman Caves. The caves are a must if you come through here. All in all this park served the purpose for a two night stay to visit the caves and come home to full hook-ups, TV and wi-fi. We were in space 2 up by the office and had wi-fi. I don't know if the whole park has it. They also had a few slot machines in the restaurant if you want to try your luck. A couple of reasons why this is not a 10. No pool, no cable, and the live-ins were driving fast through the park which would kick up dust and make noise.
We enjoyed our stay here. The only two reasons for not a 10 rating is; the RV office is in the back and the signage is very poor to direct you, and also no 50 amp or wi-fi at the site. That said the lower campground has long sites (for any size rig) and short walk to the casino. The upper campground where the office and showers are has the piggy-back style sites. Two campers per site. We love the large grass almost park-like across from the lower camp for the dogs to walk. Would stay here again. My suggestion, when entering from the North, Take the street after the light into Cactus Petes, go past the lower camp to the back where the office is to register. Would suggest reservations if arriving late. This park seemed to fill up every night.
Very clean and well organized park. Easy in and out. Pull-thrus with full hook-ups. Wifi worked great and no cost. Cable TV and no cost. They have a dog run but it is a gate to the back behind the park and quite a ways from some of the sites. Some live-ins but very clean and orderly. Camping World about 10 miles away. Super Wal-mart about two miles down the road. Friendly and helpful office help. Would stay again if in the area.
A wonderful KOA. A mile north of the 84 Interstate and the city of Twin Falls. Full hook-ups and sites with just water and electric. Wifi worked great and cable TV. Large pull-thrus. Some 80' long. Shade trees and a creek and pond on the premises. Nice dog playground with equipment and grass, and a bench so you can sit and watch your fur-kid play. The family running this are some of the nicest people we have met. Very helpful. They will escourt you to your site and tell you how to get to all the activities around the city. We will stay again when in the area.
Very nice RV park which is right across the street from Diamond Lake. They have some pull-thrus suited for Big Rigs, but not all so my suggestion is to make reservations and let them know your size. Very helpful and nice staff who will escort you to your site. We had no problems and we are 40' with 4 slides, but then again I made reservations and they were great to get me a great site. Wi-Fi worked great. Picnic table and fire ring at each site. There is a pizza pallor across the street with a small camp store. The pizza was excellent. Make sure you bring all your grocery supplies since there is nothing in the area for groceries except for 2 small camp stores. Close to Crater Lake and the Hwy 138 Waterfall Drive (which was beautiful). Beautiful weather even for the middle of August. My only reason for not giving a 10 was there is no TV reception or cable at all. Great for those who camp, but we travel full-time and use our RV as our home and tour with our toad and appreciate TV once in awhile especially since we stayed one week. All that said we had a great time, people are wonderful and would not hesitate to stay again, even longer if TV reception was in.
Nice clean park. Many pull-throughs large enough to handle the biggest Motorhomes. Nice clean dog run. Grass between sites which is very nice. Wi-Fi worked well but only a few TV stations with antenna. You must look for this RV Park if you are coming North on 395. The park sign is hidden by trees. I knew it was at 395 and A3 so when I saw A3 we stopped and saw it on the left. Manager is very nice and helpful.
Very nice park. Sets back from the main Hwy and is close to Lava Beds National Park. Every site is pull-through and most sites large enough so you don't have to un-hook. We are 40' with 4 slides and a tow dolly and had no problem. Use pads under your jacks as the ground is very soft and our jacks started to sink, but pads help. Manager is very nice and helpful. Only reason not a 10 was that Wi-Fi was advertised and it was very weak. No cable TV, but you do get a couple of stations with antenna. Pine trees around you so you can just sit back and un-wind.
Great park especially after a long drive. Easy access from the Fwy. The people that work here are great and very helpful. Large pull-thrus, full hook-ups, cable TV and great wi-fi (free). Will stop here again when passing thru. The only reason for the 9 rating is the 32.00 rate even with discount I thought was a little high, but everything is high now.
Wonderful State Park. Reasonable price with full hook-ups. Not too many people know of this yet. Boating, beach, ATV trails. Beautiful drive to Zion (30 miles). Large pull-throughs and back-ins. Reserve at Reserveamerica and pick your site. We had site #9 and it was huge. We are 40' MH with 4 slides and a tow dolley, and we didn't have to un-hook the dolley.
This park is not right in NYC, but that is fine with us. Hate city driving. The park itself is very nice and clean. We are a 40' MH with 4 slides and had no problem. We had a nice private pull-thru with space to spare (space 60). The office is very friendly and helpful. Spaces have a table and grill and fire pit. They do have a real nice tour right from the campground. It will take all day but you get to see quite a lot. Comfortable bus with nice seats and AC. Park is a little pricey, but everything so far along the East Coast has been. It is really nice to have a tour bus right from camp. Lets you enjoy the visit instead of fighting traffic.
We did enjoy this park. They do have sites large enough for a big rig. Do use jack pads. When the ground gets wet you can sink. We had a large pull-thru with table and fire ring in the back with a view of the lake. Office is friendly and helpful. They are close to groceries, gas, Philadelphia, and fast food. There is also a camping world within 10 miles. The only reason I did not give a 10 rating is I would have wished they had a tour to Philadelphia instead of us driving ourselves. In the big cities we personally enjoy a tour. But we did manage to drive ourselves and then take a tour once there.
This park has a lot of activities for children. We were here in a 40' motorhome with 4 slides and would not recommend it at all for big rigs. It is very hard to get in and out with a big rig. Too many trees and too close together. We almost scraped our MH getting out. I agree with the previous review that this seems more like a trailer park with a few camping spaces. If you are a small unit and have children this will probably do you fine. One other problem we had was the ground is very soft and sandy and even with jack pads down my MH sunk on one side and we had to pull everything up, re-position and start again. We will not be back due to our size. On a good note the people working this park are very nice and helpful.
This park is a great overnighter. It is not an RV resort, but very suitable for an overnighter. They have easy access from the I40, great cable TV with over 40 stations. The WI-FI worked great. The sites are large and pull throuhg so you do not need to unhook your tow. You can walk to a nice dinner house. We camped here using Passport America so well worth the cost. We will definitely stop here again when we travel on the I40.
Please, if you value your sanity and appreciate being a RV'er, easy going. Do not by any means stay at this park. The owner expects you to carry your dog to the dog area which is way in the back. He is mean, rude, and should not be conversing with the public. He will evict anyone for any reason and not return their money. Being a Full-Time RV'er you want to enjoy and he ruins it for everyone. He yells if you don't carry your dog. This park is very overpriced for having to put up with his abuse. There should be a law against people like this.
This park is very clean and staff is very friendly and helpful. Two pools, one for adults and one for children with beach. Pets are accepted as long as you are responsible and clean up after them. Wonderful dog runs . Shuttle to the strip. They have a Sunday church service with a wonderful pastor. Sites are large but rv park, not campground. Deluxe sites are pull-thru but more costly. Bathrooms with showers are the best I have ever seen. Will stay here again.
This park is close to Colorado Springs. The park is however very hard to drive a large motorhome. We have a 40' and was fearful of losing a mirror because of all the trees and small roads. Lots are small and not all level except for the new section up top, which costs extra for 50 amp. This is a coast to coast, the cost is right. This would be a nice park for smaller campers, but large motorhomes are hard to maneuver
This park has all back-ins on the Arkansas river. Nice view, quiet park with friendly staff. Would love to stay longer but no sewer hook-ups. Close to the Dam and to town. Great for a few days. We stayed with a 40' motorhome and had no problems. A little hard to find due to it being off the main highway and limited signs, but worth staying here.