We are staying here at the Pechanga Resort for our Rock'N'Rollin Allegros Club. The sites are level and well maintained. There are concrete slabs for both the rig's parking and are wide enough for patio use as well. Of course, the casino is right next door for those so inclined. My only negative comment regards the inexperience of the check-in staff. Although all were courteous and eager to help, on several occasions I received conflicting answers to my questions. These youngsters are clearly not experienced with RVers and our life-style. I'm not sure that this park is worth the extra dollars it costs to stay here. Would I stay here again. . . probably, but not as a destination in and of itself. I believe that there are better choices in the vicinity.
A clean, friendly park. We stayed in the section for short-term visitors and were quite comfortable in a 40 footer. The sites are level and the utilities efficient and well-placed. This park is convenient to interstates 35 and 10, making trips into the San Antonio Riverwalk an easy ride. We stayed here using Passport America, and will return when in the area once more.
This is a large, suburban park whose focus is on the snow-bird and long term RVer. The vast majority of the narrow spaces are devoted to park models. The roads are paved, although narrow, making maneuvering a 40 foot coach into the tight spaces very difficult. Each space has a large palm tree at its entrance, again making parking even more difficult. The park is clean and well-kept. The utilities are reasonably located. The only available dumpster was clear across the park from us. We had to use the car to reach it. Walking our small to medium sized dog was forbidden within the park. There is a dog-walk which must be accessed through a locked gate and is outside the park. My wife did enjoy the weekly farmer's market. It appears that there are lots of activities available for those staying at this park. We stayed here using RPI and would probably not choose to stay here again.
The R & R Campground stands for "rest and relaxation" for us. We are staying here as a respite following the Escapade in Gillette, WY. The price reflects the use of our Passport America membership. Although the park is small, the sites are well shaded and the utilities are convenient. We are in the "pet friendly" section which is well enforced. The Wi-Fi is free but is so weak as to be unusable. Fortunately, our Sprint cards work here. . . hooray! The management is friendly. The rules are well stated and enforced; this is a good thing. The park is conveniently near the freeway but the noise didn't bother us. All in all. . . a nice and convenient little park. We would happily stay here again. Thank you.
We stayed here on the spur of the moment, we were tired and needed full hook-ups. We received a level, pull-thru site with fine electric, water and sewer. The park employees were friendly and the office area is dressed up like an old time western town. That's all the positive I could find. No, we would not stay here again if given a choice. The sites are extremely close together and our neighbor had a large dog tethered outside until 10:45 at night and he barked. The dog's barking wasn't nearly as bad as the motorcycles and the noises drunken idiots who just had to watch their sporting events outside until nearly 11 PM. The outdoor TV was turned up loud as were the people watching. We just lay in bed suffering with it until they finally quieted down at bedtime. Additionally this park is poorly maintained; everything we say needed repair. The grass was ankle high and the insects were annoying. This was without doubt one of the couple of parks that were this bad in all our decades of RVing.
This is a first rate park with just about all we could ask for. Had friendly, knowlegable staff; a nice club-house; good rock roads; wide graveled sites with good utilities (except that the sewer connection was inconveniently located); great mountain views; just a mile from the quaint town of Creede. Warm days and cool nights are great for August. We stayed here for a week and wish that we had the time to stay longer.
This is the virtual epitome of perfect campground planning. What can I say. It has everything we can think of, including friendly, helpful management and employees. The grounds are clean and well laid out. We felt safe even though we were practically in down-town Salt Lake. The ONLY negative (temporary) is that there is major road construction outside the gate on West Temple making Interstate access difficult. We enjoyed touring the city and will certainly stay here again when in the area.
We spent three enjoyable nights at the Indian Creek Campground, touring the museums and loving the home-made Montana ice cream in town. This campground is conveniently located right off I-90 behind the Conoco Truck Stop. Don't let this deter you. Indian Creek is clean and quiet. The management is very friendly and this park is well cared for. The landscaping is minimal. We enjoyed a very nice, level pull-through site. The sites are wide and graveled, as are the roads. We'll stop here again when in the area. Thank you.
This beautifully kept park is clean and convenient to many of northwest Oregon's attractions and amenities. There are over 400 sites, many are big-rig accessable and well spaced. While exploring the park we found sections for long-term residents, families, those who desire a bit of privacy as well as regular campsites for the traveling public. Security patrols the park regularly. The park is located a block from the interstate within an easy drive to both Wal-Mart and Costco. The view of Mt Hood on a clear day is spectacular. Yes, we'll gladly go back when in the Portland area.
This friendly campground is right on US HWY 101 across the street from Netarts Bay. The campground is not large and some of the interior turns are tight, but can safely be done with a large RV. For us, this proved to be a great location to branch out and see much of Oregon's north coast. The other campers here, as well as the manager/owner were friendly and helpful when we asked about local attractions. Big Spruce Campground is clean, quiet and we felt safe for the three nights we spent here. We will look forward to returning.
This campground (you'll note I did not say resort) is in a beautiful setting. There are beautiful trees everywhere and the spaces are far enough apart. Given this: it was difficult for our 40' rig to get into our assigned site. The site utilities are old and not in the best of condition. There are also long term rigs here that are not up to "resort" standards. The management and employees are very friendly and service oriented. The Blackberry Cafe serves good meals at a reasonable price. We would return when in the area.
This very friendly park has a number of older, although well-kept permanent residents. The management has been friendly and accommodating. The site we were scheduled to be in had tree branches blocking our entrance and the manager on duty gladly moved us. The roads were quite muddy but the sites themselves were well drained with gravel. This is the first park in WA ST that trees haven't blocked our satellite reception. A nice enough park if you're in the area.
This campground is clean, well managed and in the middle of California's famed wine country. The only amenity is Wi-Fi. The manager and work-campers are extremely friendly and efficient. The grounds are well graveled and there is a picnic table at each site. Be careful entering the fair-grounds as the swale is jarringly deep. There are trees at each site but they are immature. The utililty hook-ups are easily accessed. We are enjoying our stay under the sunny skies of Santa Rosa.
This is a beautiful Escapee Co-Op park just forty miles east of Fresno, CA and twenty miles from the entrance to Yosemite. Park Sierra suffers from a lack of park maintaince and grooming. All such labor is accomplished by volunteers. . . obviously there is a need for more volunteers or the hiring of service employees. This is disappointing as this could be a truly lovely park with adequate grooming. Park residents were quite friendly. There are many, many rigs older than twenty years and not in the best of shape. We did enjoy a wonderful Easter Sunday dinner in the clubhouse with great people. There are no other amenities other than the roomy clubhouse.
We just enjoyed two lovely nights at the Betabel Rv Resort. This campground is maticulously maintained and the grounds are beautifully landscaped. The sites are concrete with patios and picnic tables as well as privicy hedges between the rather close sites. An excellent base from which to explore the Monterey Pennsula and the California Central Coast. Anytime we're in this area we will stay here again.
This is primarily a long term park for snow birders. We've stayed here twice now and have found the park to be clean, friendly and generally well maintained. The streets are exceptionally wide although the lot sizes that we've been placed on have been narrow and short. We stayed here using Passport America which was willingly accepted. We will stay here again when traveling through but would not select it as a destination park.
Truly a beautiful and well-kept park. The landscaping alone is nearly worth the price of admission. The park is located in the Santa Ynez Valley, near the quaint town of Solvang, where shopping and restaurants as well as wineries will keep tourists busy for the day. Back at the park, the only complaints I'd have were noisy children on their "powered" toys and the trees blocking our satellite's view. Overall: we will return. Thank you.
This campground is within minutes of most of San Diego's finest attractions. Although the campground is all asphalt and has only a few trees, it has the world's finest weather. Additionally, it has a friendly and knowledgable staff, an active security team and is clean and well maintained. There is NO beach access, only a limited access to the bay. We stayed using PassPort America and paid only $25.00.
We simply loved our week in this Escapee Co-Op Park. This beautiful park in the high desert east of Temecula is intended for seniors over 55 years of age. We enjoyed the ice cream social in the club house as well as the pool overlooking the Palomar Mountains. There is a complete library, workout room, sauna, two hot-tubs as well as a game room and a sewing room for the ladies. What more could any vacationer ask for? We loved this park.
We loved our three days at the Basswood Resort. The park is exceptionally clean and the staff is the friendliest we can remember. There are three fishing lakes on the property and the walking trails are accommodating. We will return to this park.
I previously reviewed this campground in October,2005. Little has changed. Several of the sites were closed for repair. The management was on the property and was most friendly. This can't override the dismal condition of this poor park across from a Tyson Chicken plant.
This park is clean, friendly and provides relatively level sites with full hook-ups. The owner lives in the large home across the lake and is most accommodating. When we had motor home problems the owner did everything she could to help. We'll stay here on our next visit. Although we stayed here during February, the lake looks beautiful for warmer weather.
Although we were here under the broiling summer sun, the evenings and nights were lovely. I've truly never seen so many stars at night since I was but a wee boy. This campground is an Escapee Co-Op Resort, maintained predominately by volunteers. . . yet is kept sumptuously clean. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and well maintained. There is a FREE ice cream social on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. . . the park is most friendly and sociable. We will certainly come back.
We enjoyed the 4th of July Holiday in this clean, quiet fairgrounds. The park manager and the resident workcamper were friendly and knowlegable guys. We camped here using Passport America with no difficulty. The town of Celina appears coloquial, yet still offers such amenities as Wal-Mart. To celebrate the Independence Day holiday we spent the day at Lake St. Mary nearby and stayed for the evening celebrations with a free Lee Greenwood concert. This is how to have a great camping experience. Thanks!
Without going into great detail, allow me to merely state that were were treated rudely by the owner/management. The available amenities are in poor repair, the landscaping had been let go badly and the grass was un-mowed. We were infested by sugar ants throughout our stay. This is more of a long-term stay park with lots of mobile homes interspersed among the RVs. The park sites are not level as the park is located on a slope. The office doesn't keep an regular hours. Next time we'd rather drive an extra hour out of our way to avoid this miserable park. Why it is rated by Trailer Life I can't imagine.
Although the campground was quiet during the middle of the week, we found this park amoung the friendliest we've stayed at. The owners went out of their way to assist us and visited our site to make sure we were comfortable. Everything is clean and appears to be in good condition. The camping store is well equiped. We'll stay here again.
This newer park located behind the local Days Inn, which allows campers to use its amenities, is clean and modern. The campground is terraced along the mountainside, and therefore the sites are not level. The mountain views and trees are beautiful. They have recently opened an amphitheater and covered picnic area for groups. The TV reception is terrible. . . no cable available.
We have stayed at this park several times as we traverse I-40. This park is clean, convenient to local amenities (Camping World/Wal-Mart), and the park staff if competent. This park is older, but is reasonably well kept. Not all the sites have wi-fi or cable TV available. TV reception via the antenna is marginal. We will stay there is the future.
Beautiful, shaded RV park that is new at this review. They are building an outdoor theator. Services are in the Days Inn Motel at the top of the hill. Clerks were friendly, although not especially helpful. You pick your own site, as available. Park is clean and well kept. Good mountain hiking trails available. We'll go back.
This park is marginal in its amenities and services. The office was not open during the day upon arrival, I picked a site on my own. The sites are rather crowded (unsuitable for slideouts) and the grass/weeds were overgrown. There is a Tyson chicken processing plant directily across the street allowing for lots of truck noise. This park is overpriced for the area and services provided. It is OK for a stopping over spot (if you wish to pay the price) but I wouldn't want to stay there under other conditions.