Excellent RV park close (5 miles) to downtown Albuquerque. The staff was friendly and the facilities were clean. Stayed here four nights while sightseeing and visiting friends in the area. Wi-Fi worked great for us at our site and poolside. Pool/hot tub were excellent. Cable TV worked fine for us. Construction on Interstate-40 ramps near park required a short detour but we had no problems navigating the roads with our 40 ft motorhome plus tow. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
We stayed here 5 nights while visiting friends in town and some of the National Parks and Monuments in the area. Good location close to town. Staff were very friendly, and everything was clean. Kids loved the "banana bikes." Water pressure at campsites was low, but restrooms/showers were fine. Since the campsite is behind a mountain from downtown, there were no stations received on our TV antenna (we didn't have a cable TV site). Agree that the park is very tight for a 40 ft motorhome: we had a pull-through site, but had to back out due to vicinity of trees. We would stay here again: Flagstaff is a great city!
Excellent park in North Las Vegas; about a 15 min drive to the Las Vegas strip if you drive down I-15. Friendly, helpful staff. One of the few military famcamps which take reservations. (Why?) Sites are large, both length and width; we had a pull thru (PT-1) which was over 80 ft long. Free (during July and August) Olympic-sized pool on base with diving boards and water slide was perfect for kids. Wi-Fi worked well from all locations. No cable TV, but regular antenna pulled in about 5 local TV stations. Laundry room clean and cheap. Stayed three nights while visiting the area (including Hoover Dam). Most others at campground were staying for weeks or months. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here 3 nights while visiting Zion NP and Cedar Breaks National Monument. Great state park with spacious sites; good distance between neighboring sites. Only about 1/4 sites being used; very new State Park. We made reservations 2 months beforehand and stayed in site #23 on top of the hill; great views of the reservoir and mountains. No natural shade, but picnic tables are covered. Nice fire pits. Showers have weak water pressure, but probably due to need to conserve water in desert. Swimmer's Itch was active in reservoir, but State Park provided plenty of info and advisories. No Wi-Fi in park, but very nice Hurricane branch library is easily accessible with free Wi-Fi in town (15 mins away). Wal-Mart 10 mins away for provisions. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here 3 nights while sightseeing in the area. It is a great location close to city sites (14 blocks to Temple Square, with free shuttle service, if desired). The services worked well. The water pressure was high, requiring a rented (or your own) water regulator. The pool and hot tub were super! The WiFi worked well; when we ran into a problem with connectivity, the office staff worked hard to get it resolved (which it was). For such a large park, it was very quiet. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here one night as a stopover between Lake Tahoe and Salt Lake City. With kids, the casinos were not a priority but the pool was in the 100 degree heat! With the kids ready to hit the water, we found that the pool was filthy; it appeared that the filter had been off for a significant period of time or was broken. It was not possible to swim in it. The teenage girl at the office had no clue; said she'd leave a note for the maintenance man in the morning but didn't seem to really care (she was more interested in her boyfriend waiting in the office). The entire park was dirt and rocks. It was overpriced for what you get; we would not stay here again.
We stayed here one night as a stopover when traveling from the Oregon Coast to the Lake Tahoe area. This park is in a wooded area with a pond in the middle. We let the kids fish in the pond after obtaining a free fishing permit from the office. (Live bait and barbed hooks are not allowed, however.) There is plenty of room to maneuver big rigs; we had a pull-through site. There is mostly dirt and sand around us; almost no grass which made things messy with kids. We normally use restrooms and showers at parks; however, this one required a key (with deposit) to access. Since we were planning to leave in the morning before the office opened (at 9 am), we decided to forgo the key and not use the restrooms. WiFi was okay, but only allowed 4 hours before getting kicked off until 8 hours passed. We are not sure why they operate it this way? There is good food at the restaurant.
Great campground in a perfect location for seeing the Oregon coast as the beach is a short 5 minute drive away. Popular resort so make your reservations early! Clean restrooms and laundry area plus friendly and attentive staff. Most sites have a full or partial view of the bay or marina, Umpqua River Lighthouse tour just up the hill, was great. We stayed here 3 nights.
Nice park about 20 minutes drive from Crater Lake National Park north entrance. Heavily wooded area with good services and clean restrooms. Nice swimming in Diamond Lake: about a 10 minute drive away at the Lodge Marina, where one can also rent paddle boats, canoes, etc. Also features a great 11-mile paved trail around Diamond Lake which is perfect for an easy bike ride. Beautiful setting. Only downside was marginal Wi-Fi service.
Clean, convenient park for visiting Yellowstone area. Staff very friendly. The park is right in town, but it was also very quiet. Clean restrooms and showers, plus the kids enjoyed the playground. We stayed here 5 nights while sightseeing. Our only complaint was the marginal Wi-Fi which was "free" for only 2 out of a 10 hour window. Apparently this provider's servers are frequently overloaded: do not expect to send or receive basic e-mail.
Very friendly staff and convenient to the Interstate. Clean restrooms and showers. Kids enjoyed the clean pool, hot tub and playground. Wi-Fi worked great from site. We stayed here one night in order to visit Little Bighorn Battlefield National Park (roughly 45 minutes away) first thing the next morning.
Excellent, convenient campground close to Badlands National Park. Kids enjoyed the clean pool and playground. Wi-Fi worked well from both the pool side and our site. However, we had poor Verizon cel phone coverage in the area. We stayed here two nights while sightseeing in Badlands: perfect!
Very large state park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with some good, short hikes and beautiful scenery. Quiet campground with almost all sites shaded and very spacious. Reasonably clean restrooms and showers, however the playground facilities were marginal. Only real negative here was the mosquito population during our visit. Ensure you bring the best repellent you can find! Campfires in the evening (which are permitted) were limited by how long we could tolerate the mosquitoes, even with a good slathering of DEET repellent. We rented a rowboat to view the beautiful Lower Falls from the island, however were eventually driven off the island by those aggressive mosquitoes.
However, we had great sightseeing daytrips to Whitefish Point and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Recommend both Grand Sable Dunes and Miner's Castle areas. The Fish House restaurant in Paradise features the best fish 'n chips we've ever had!