In three years of full-time RVing this is the ONLY 10 rated park we have ever stayed in. Woodalls has it rated 5/5, only because they don't have a higher rating. The facilities are the best anywhere in the USA and there are more recreational activities than any park in the USA. If you are not involved in some activity here it is YOUR fault. There is not a friendlier, better kept, more active, more comfortable park in the country, period.
Second time at Rancho and it was better than the first; Site #63, get it if you can. Level, patio, grassy yard and fenced; absolutely great. In the morning before the locust's noises you can hear the stream rushing over the rocks. You can walk to hiking trails and, if you are fit, to up-town shops and restaurants. Don't miss Tlaquepaque across Hwy 179 from the park. Great place to stay in Sedona.
We have stayed here several times and our only complaint has been that the entire park is sand. This time they had spread, very small, gravel throughout the park, which helps some. It is located next to American RV and Camping World, which is convenient when you need service or want to shop RVs. The park is a little distance west of Albuquerque shopping and restaurants.
We never got to stay here. We called a week ahead to reserve a week. The first two times we called the person answering the phone couldn't help us; finally a lady took our information. When we arrived she said we were only reserved for one night and made no adjustments for us. We went across the freeway to Enchanted Hills CG.
$20 using CC, $18 or cash for pull-thru 30amp. This park is great location for visiting Lubbock; it is just off West Loop 289. The roads and sites are paved, which was nice since it rained 2 inches the morning we left. Most of the park has "seasonals" or "permenants" but the sites available are easy in and out. We drive a 38' MH and had plenty of room.
Weekly rate was $115. Owners, are the nicest park hosts we have meet in three years full-timing. Most sites are paved with patios. There seemed to be a tree at each site. WiFi & cable TV were available but I used my Direcway; Owner offered to help me set it up. Close to Hwy 71 but hardly any road noise. Very close to Bastrop businesses and downtown. Very nice park; we will stay here when we come back to visit family.
With KOA card we payed under $30 for the night. We came here because of the reviews written before us, thanks. People were very friendly, helpful and courteous. The site was wide, level and had a patio and table. It had rained a lot and the staff were trying to pump water out of low areas around the sites. WiFi worked excellent. It is well worth the difference in cost compared to any other CG in the Abilene area.
For a park in a fairly large town this is a great place to stay. Paved roads going in/out and in most of the park. There was plenty of shade but I was still able to get a signal on my direcway dish. The people are very nice. Free pancake & bacon breakfast Sunday morning. Level sites with plenty of room between the sites.
This is a very beautiful park, with a nice lake in the center of the park. The fishing was very good. Some sites are in a hillside and few, if any, are level. We moved twice trying to get level enough to stay. There is a very good cafe on the premises. Locals come there to eat. Although it is near I-80 the noise is not bad.