The park is a pretty basic, no fills type of place. The spaces are dirt, mostly unshaded, fairly level, and spacious. They have a cute little store with beer, wine, basic supplies, and some RV stuff. It is a tad bit from the freeway, but not too far. The Internet... well, pretty typical Internet for an RV park; not so good. Great satellite coverage though and Verizon and AT&T 4G works. Didn't see an off-leash dog park, which is a bummer. All in all, we would stay here again for an overnight stay.
First thing I will say is the place is a total rip-off for the price. The spaces are so cramped together it is pathetic. Most RV parks have a nice pull-through space with a little private area for you to pull your awning out and sit outside, not this place. Your awning can't come down because their pull-through spaces are "two-way" and they cram two rigs in the same spot facing opposite directions. Total, and I mean TOTAL RIP-OFF for 70 bucks a night. The little market is pretty useless, the staff so-so, but we really can't get over the way they cram their customers into very uncomfortable, cramped spaces. This is the poorest planned RV park we have ever seen. The ONLY good thing we will say about this park is the internet is really good in comparison to most RV parks. Other than that, it is well maintained, clean, and nicely landscaped. Guess they figured they should give something for ripping their customers off with the ridiculous prices and lack of "personal space". We would not stay here again if it were midnight, we were too tired to drive, and it was pouring rain.
We decided to stop for the night because the winds and weather just were not worth fighting. This place is little way off the freeway, which makes it nice and quiet, It is nicely wooded, which blocked our satellite, but they have really good cable so that was not a big deal to us. The guy at the counter was super nice. He checked us in, then guided us to our spot, which was really large, level, and had a huge grassy space attached. All of the spaces are dirt, but they are large and well equipped with large grassy areas and shade trees. The layout is perfect for big rigs and easy to navigate. There is another RV park closer to the freeway, but it is right in the center of town and in a very noisy location. If you plan on staying in Buffalo, then take the extra few minutes to travel down the road to this park; it is worth it. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park. The staff is very friendly, it is close to several restaurants, and the Buffalo Bill museum. It it convenient to access from the freeway, but you don't really hear the freeway from the park. The spaces are clean, all have nice-sized grassy areas, picnic table and BBQ. The internet is bad, but if you stay at RV parks, this is no great surprise. We would definitely stay again if we ever pass through the area.
The first thing to mention is this park is in transition to becoming a KOA property, but that is not a bad thing, as we are KOA members. The park itself has a wonderful layout. The sites are large, the grassy areas on each site are large and there is a fire ring at each site if you chose to use it or not. The grounds are clean and well maintained, but the owners are doing some upgrades and repairs to some of the common areas, which will greatly improve these spaces. There is a ton of wide open space to walk the dogs, and staff is very friendly. The setting of the park is very pretty as well. The drive to the park is on a narrow, long road that runs along side of the freeway, but the design of the park puts all the guests far enough back into the grounds that one does not hear the freeway at all. This is a very relaxing environment with very happy and friendly campers all around.
First I will say that the staff is great. We needed to get to Omaha ahead of schedule for a family emergency and they really went all out to get us in. As for the park, it is pretty basic but nice. The spaces are gravel and provide a great amount of space for large rigs. Each space also has a very nice sized grassy area, however, the grass does have a lot of weeds in it. They do have a small off-lease dog park, but it is not really suited for large dogs. All-in-all, this park is a nice place. It is not a 5-star resort, but it is also not a run down, scary trailer park either. It is a nice middle ground park that is maintained pretty well, it has really nice staff, and the spaces are large, level and roomy enough to unpack the lawn chairs, BBQ, slide the TV out of the basement and relax. They also provide a full picnic table at each site, which is nice to have. There are what appears to be some full-timers, or at least long-term tenants, but they all have nice RVs or trailers. There are no run-down units sitting around. The only gripe(s) that I have is they do not allow you to wash your RV, which there is no valid reason for since the sites are nicely graveled and provide ample drainage. The other one would be to improve the quality of the grassy areas for each space by replanting the grass and getting rid of the weeds. Although it is mowed regularly, and looks good, it would be a really nice improvement for the park because the grassy areas are on the larger side. It is also a little sparse on the amount of trees. A nice tree planted in each spot would add a really nice touch as well. All-in-all, this is a pretty nice place, really super staff, and conveniently located between Omaha and Lincoln. We are truly enjoying our stay here, and would stay here again when we return to the area to visit family.
This RV park was a wonderful find. The staff is wonderful and the grounds are nestled into beautiful surroundings with several small lakes, lots of areas to walk, and very nice RV spaces. We were lucky to get the last pull-through space available due to a RV club, and we are so happy we did! One of the great features is an on-site pizza shop that delivers right to your space. The food was very good too. If you are passing through this part of the country, we highly recommend this park as a destination, but do take advantage of all the place has to offer and stay more than just one night like we did. This is definitely a place to setup camp and stay a while to enjoy everything the park has to offer.
Coming into Atlanta, one is limited on choices of where to stay, so we chose what appears to be the closest to the city center. We wish we had read the reviews on this place before making a decision. The place is an absolute pit. We have stayed at some pretty nasty RV parks on our trip, but this one takes the cake. There are 5th wheels and RVs permanently docked here that are literally falling apart. The grounds are absolutely awful. The sites are so cramped there is no room for anything but your rig (questionable if you have multiple slides), and the roads are so narrow. This place is so run down it is pathetic. The majority of the sites that we see appear to be very run down, long-time units that we suspect could not move from their spaces if they had to. Internet is terrible, and the worst part is the city is doing all kinds of road construction, so they have temporary streets and confusing detours that make just getting to this horrible place absolutely frustrating. The only nice thing we can say about this place is the front desk person was very helpful getting us to the park over the phone, and was very nice when we checked in. Oh, one other fun thing. Their 30 amp service is on a 20 amp breaker (at least it is in our space), so the circuit keeps blowing. Good thing is we were able to switch to the 50 amp circuit. If you are coming to Atlanta, don't make the same mistake we did. Find another park to stay at and avoid this pit at any cost. This place is filthy, run-down, unkempt, and disgusting. Oh, they also want to charge you 15 bucks if you want to wash your rig. For a place that is such a cesspool to begin with, that is absolutely ridiculous!
This is a surprising park. IT is attached to a small motel, and you check in at the motel lobby, but the RV park itself is well planned, very well maintained, and very nice. The staff is friendly. It has a beautiful central pond, the sites are all concrete with nice sized grass patches on each one. There is plenty of room for larger rigs with multiple slides as well. There is really nothing negative we can say about this park. Rate reflects the Good Sam discount.
This place is a joke. They have two separate RV parks. The first is an old parking lot with very narrow roads and spaces. The second is newer, 50 amp spaces, but all of them are back-in only. We stayed in what they called a pull-through space in the old side because it was just for one night and we did not want to disconnect the dinghy. That was a mistake to say the least. The spaces are very narrow, mainly because they have these interesting retro-70s patios on them. The RV hookups are at the very end of the space, so make sure you have an extension for your sewer line. Now for the really bad part. The trees were so overgrown that I had to stop at a certain point in our space to avoid damaging the rig by hitting a tree branch, which was really not an issue because the road in front of the space was so cramped and tight that I would not have been able to pull out of the space anyway. The park is filled with some really old, run-down RVs that are obviously full-timers, if is completely blacktop, and the dog park is a really nasty, tiny little corner in the back of the parking lot. The only, and I mean only nice thing I can say about this place is that it is right next door to a Walmart. And I mean that is the only nice thing I can say about this place.
We don't see why everyone is saying this park is in a scary neighborhood. From what we could see it is an old neighborhood, a lot of history, and some very beautiful things to see; if you take the time to see them. The park itself is smaller, the roads are a bit narrow, and the sites aren't perfect. But compared to some other places in New Orleans, it is a good deal for a decent park. The staff is awesome and the camp guides really know what they are doing when helping you back into your space. It is relatively close to the French Quarter & they do have a shuttle. But we decided to take the car, program the Navi and hit the streets, and we are so glad we did, because we really got to see the surroundings and areas most "tourists" wouldn't bother with. The KOA has a nice sized, fenced in dog park that is the backyards of two very old houses on the property. You can tell they are really old just by looking at them, but they add a "cute character" to the park itself. The park is in a residential area which looks a bit distressed when you drive down the main road But go 1 block into the community and there are beautiful brick mansions and very well-kept homes. So it really is not as scary as others say. All-in-all, this KOA is a good location, an older, but decent park with nice grassy areas at each spot and a large dog park. The people are awesome, and we will definitely stay here again when we get a chance to come back to New Orleans!
I am giving the park a higher rating than some others for several reasons. 1. The owner is currently expanding the park to add more slots, and he is designing the spaces to have ample space with nice patios, picnic tables, and lite yard areas. 2. The owner is also the manager and he is extremely friendly and helpful. Yes, the spaces are dirt, but they are level. The roads are dirt, but well maintained. It is close to downtown Roswell for those who want to go see all the Alien stuff too. The expansion work is also well thought out. The one thing I would recommend during the expansion is to put up a fence that blocks the view of the neighboring properties, and fenced in dog park. Overall, nice little park with nice staff.
So far this has been one of the best places we have stopped at on this trip. The park is very clean, the spaces are mostly gravel but nice and level, with a good amount of space between coaches. The pull-through spaces are long enough for our big rig with dinghy. They have a small but nice fenced off-leash dog area, and the people are very nice. All-in-all, this was a great find & a great place to stop. We were only going to stay overnight, but decided to stay an extra day just because we liked the place.
We stayed here for one night, and this is not what we had hoped for. We got placed in a pull-through spot in the south lot, which is filled with nothing but old, ratty looking coaches and trailers. Just about every site is filled with permanent residents. There is no Wi-Fi in the park itself, just the clubhouse. Good thing is our private cable modem worked when we hooked up the cable, which we did because the trees block satellite. The space is long enough for us to leave our dinghy attached, and there is a very large grassy area right outside our door, which is great for the dogs. But those are the only compliments we can give because this is not a place to stay unless you have to. Would not come back unless we had no choice.
My husband and I are on the first leg of a several month RV trip through the greater Pacific Northwest. Our first stop is Rainbow's End RV Park in Sequim, WA. From the street you would not expect the inside of the park to be so nice. It's an older park with granite rock sites with some with grassy areas. There is ample parking for your toad, and a massive off-leash dog park for the kids to run and play. Top that off with a super friendly staff that immediately welcomes you and makes you feel like you have been here for months, and the beautiful little trout pond with waterfalls, and you have one sweet little place to stay. It is really close to downtown Sequim, which has all the amenities in regard to stores, restaurants, fast-food, and RV service centers (if you need one). We pulled in later in the evening and were immediately greeted by two very nice guys that welcomed us, and gave us a quick run-down of the place, and most important, the codes for internet access! It just gets better from there. We pulled into our spot with a very nice sized grass area as long and wide as our coach, and a head-on view of the beautiful pond and waterfalls (man-made, and filled with trout). As we pulled in, we noticed the huge, fully fenced, off-lease dog park that rivals the size of some regular dog parks. It is filled with community toys for the kids to play with and completely covered by a nice, green, soft grass. The next morning we did our check-in and were greeted by two more very wonderful hosts that welcomed us again and urged us to get unpacked and settled in. Diagonally across from us is a full-timer, who works at the park, wonderfully sweet, and here's the best part, she offers dog-sitting services for those who want to take a night out on the town or at the major casino down the road. This place may not be the most modern facility that some camping snobs require, and it definitely is not some run down patch of dirt either. What it is, is a well maintained, smaller sized, absolutely beautiful, friendly, pet friendly, family environment that makes you feel right at home. If you are in Washington and miss staying here, you have missed a major gem of a good old American RV park with all the flavors of what RVing is supposed to have!
Pechanga RV Resort is a beautiful park. The sites are nice and spacious. The landscaping is very pretty, and the staff very friendly. It is a bit pricy compared to some other "destination" resorts we have been to, but they do have a casino attached, a ton of restaurants, and delivery options. Restaurants On The Run is very familiar with delivering to the Resort, and they have a ton of great restaurant choices for delivery. Our rate reflected a Good Sam discount, additional charge for our two dogs, and additional charge for pull-through space. We would stay here again when in the area.
This is a huge RV park with a bunch of western character. The spaces are pretty nice, and from the looks of things, they are constantly updating spaces with new gravel, etc. There are a lot of what look to be full-timers here, and some of the full-timer spaces look a bit shoddy. But that wasn't a huge issue for us. They have a huge off-leash dog park, which is really nice when you a traveling with two Great Danes. The staff was friendly, and the pool areas looked very clean and nice. I read comments about kids not being allowed in the adult pools, but in my opinion, that is a good thing. To be truthful, I find it refreshing to find a park that has areas like the Jacuzzi that kids are not permitted in. No offense, but I don't want to try to relax with a bunch of kids messing about. So major kudos to this park for making kid only pools, and other areas so us adults can have some peace and quiet. All-in-all, we liked the atmosphere and would stay here again if we were in the area. We got the Passport America rate.
This is a true destination RV resort. There is a quality about this resort that you notice the minute you hit the front gates. The park is beautifully landscaped, the spaces are pretty much perfect in every way, and the staff is just awesome! We arrived after a long drive from Washington. We arrived after hours to the gates and were pleased to see a call box to ring security to check us in. The staff is super awesome. We got placed in a spot right next to one of the off-leash dog areas which was convenient for our large dogs. We we then given a quick 1 minute orientation which included the pizza place that delivers and the in-house spa just in case we wanted to book a massage for the morning. Top notch resort all the way. We will stay here anytime we are within driving distance!
After reading the reviews, we decided to spend the night on our way to Cali. There is nothing that makes this park a destination park, but what it lacks in amenities it makes up for in cleanliness, lot sizes, and friendly staff. We were very impressed with the spot we were in. It was long, wide, and had a very nice sized grass patch that our two Great Danes enjoyed. We stayed on the Passport America rate of $14.00 for the night. I can easily say that the size and cleanliness of the spot was nicer than most parks that we pay $30.00 a night for. They are convenient to a bunch of shopping, too! We would recommend this park to anyone who wants a good, clean, no frills park. One note, they do have some full-timers, but they looked very clean. A couple older coaches in the park, but they looked clean and cared for.