We stayed here for 10 days. We would stay again. The staff folks were very friendly. We were able to get good Wi-Fi in the long rig sites. The park is convenient to all of the Denver area. The Only problem we had was the sewer hose under the Motor Home - difficult to hook up and to drain the hose. Power was good, Water Pressure was good, the sewer worked acceptably except for the hookup issues.
This has to be one of the very worst campgrounds in Colorado. The Office and Pool area are the only things that are nice. The park is out in the sun and Sage Brush with no trees. The sites are eroded and unkempt. The sites are a powdery dirt and you better have lots of leveling material as they are not even close. Your neighbors are about 15 feet on either side of you with no privacy at all. When the wind blows the dust and dirt do also. It is very depressing to stay here. The management has done nothing to enhance the park. They are only interested in selling you a time share: Ha Ha. I cannot imagine why someone would pick this park again after spending only one night there. I have never had such a bad RVing experience. Also when we asked about Tengo internet we were told: no limit. Then on the second day of paying for internet we were locked out as using too much bandwidth. So money spent was money wasted. It is not a friendly place for dogs because there are stickers EVERYWHERE!!
Main issue is the sides are side-by-side, and are very close if both rigs have slides. The 5'ver next us had slides that we could almost touch from our window. The park placed rigs next to us even when there were many open sites in other rows. We probably will not visit this rather expensive park again.
This is a VERY basic RV Park. Only 30 AMP available, and that was between 102 and 112 volts. It is a long way from shopping: 30 miles to Safeway/35 to Wal-Mart. Lots of scenic areas within about 40 miles drive, and cool weather in the summer. Limited washer/dryer (2 each)and limited clubhouse. Price was right at $0 under Resorts of Distinction. We probably won't return.
We drove in, registered, and setup our motor home. When the 30 Amp electricity (the only available to us) showed us with only 95-100 volts we packed up the motor home and left. We would NOT stay there and jeopardize our electrical and electronic gear in the rig.
I can echo much of what was said in the previous review. It was NOT worth the amount of the cost. Fortunately we didn't stay at the park much because we were doing tourist things in the area. We would NOT stay here again.
This is a very good park: friendly owners, immaculate rest rooms, level paved parking spaces with a pull-through so we didn't have to unhook for one night. The Wi-Fi worked very well. They have a fenced dog park so we could let our pups off leash. We would gladly return.
This is a nice, clean, reasonably priced park. Very convenient access from both I-5 and I-205. The management was both friendly and helpful. The only drawback was the lack of amenities: no website, pool or other recreational activities. If there were more features, I would have rated a 10. We would absolutely stay there again.
We stayed here for a week, and were not especially happy with the park. The sites were too short for our 39 foot motorhome. The grass/weeds were not taken care of. There were many resident rvs, some not well taken care of. The rules, especially for quiet time, were not enforced. We will NOT return. Also many of the sewer connections did not have covers.
Park is clean and organized. The sites are very adequate for a large motorhome. The park accepts Passport America for 2 nights, making our cost for 4 nights $20/night. We did not use the restrooms. We would stay here again especially for its convenience to Yellowstone N.P.
The sites are long, but very close together and angled such that it is almost impossible to turn into the site without the tow ending up on the grass beside the site - that is true entering or leaving. The staff were very friendly and the store is well stocked.
As a member of Resorts of Distinction, this campground was no charge - it wasn't worth much more than this. The 30 Amp power only gave us about 100 volts. Fortunately we were only there one night and didn't need the AC. The pull thru site was so unlevel that my front wheels were 4 inches off the ground. It was convenient to our route, but far from any kind of tourist areas. We will NOT return.
A clean pleasant park. We enjoyed the stay and would return. It is close to so many areas and activities in Western North Carolina. Our rate was $8 because we are AOR members. Our two small (12 lbs) dogs were not an issue. (800) 926-8191
This is a lovely Tennessee State Park. The sites are not huge, but very adequate for our 35' Motor Home. We enjoyed our stay and enjoyed the deer in our yard every morning and evening. The park was only about 40% full on the weekend and about 20% full weekdays.
This is an adequate park for a night or a few. It is very crowded, but the owners are very friendly and helpful. We were here for 3 nights to visit relatives in Columbus and the park was very convenient for our purposes.
Many of the sites do NOT have sewer connections - we were assigned one of those sites at first and went to reservations to get it changed. We could NOT get a 50 amp site - so suffered in 90+ degree heat with one ac. We would go back because there is so much to do in the area.
We stayed as WH members, so paid only for electricity. The spaces at the lake have cable tv and some have 50 amps. The spaces on the hill do not have cable, but most have 50 amps. It is a nice park, that would have been nicer for us if Verizon phones had service. The people running the resort were very nice and very helpful. We would stay again if in the vicinity again.
This is a very nice park that recently went from member only to public. The staff was pleasant to work with, and the sites were very nice. We enjoyed our stay and sort of wished we didn't have reservations somewhere further long after only 1 night. We would stay again and stay longer if in the vicinity again.
This was a very nice park with extremely friendly, helpful owners. We used the park only as an overnight stay, but definitely would stay again if we were in the area. We camped here using a Passport America discount.
This is a beautiful park, though a little difficult to get to. The staff were friendly and we enjoyed our stay. Most of the activities were aimed at children, not adults. It is central to lots of interesting places in SE Minnesota. We would go there again.
This is a park that is convenient to all of the Black Hills attractions and activities. It is also a VERY nice resort. The sites are mostly large and attractive. They have some group activities, but not many since there are so many activities offsite. We really enjoyed our stay at Rushmore Shadows.
This park has VERY Narrow sites. I opened my shade one morning to see an RV slide less than 18" from my window. We stayed in the park because it was convenient to the places we needed to visit in Colorado Springs. They also charge $ for every extra: $3/Day for Cable TV, $4/Day for WiFi. We would find somewhere else for another stay in the area.
We stayed at the RPI rate, and that is the rate for water/electric only. They wanted an extra $5.00 a night for sewer. We found this place to be noisy, dirty, dusty, and the sites were quite unlevel. They are 10 miles out of Canon City, and there is almost nothing close by. We marked it up a notch because the free Wi-Fi worked very effectively. We couldn't get any bars on our Verizon cell phone. OK for an overnight if you are traveling US 50, as we were, but we wouldn't recommend it for anything else.
This is a FREE Department of the interior campground. There are NO hookups, but the campground is very pleasant with large trees. There are rest rooms with Lavatories and running water toilets, but no showers. We aren't huge on dry camping, but this was a very nice park for an overnight.
This is really a very nice park with a couple of interesting quirks. The trash disposal is almost 1/2 mile from the RV sites - so walking with a bag of trash is not really an option. The bath rooms are also more then 1/4 mile from the RV sites, so not really available for an emergency need. Also the water hook ups are VERY close to the ground and pointed up - making it somewhat difficult to hook up water and filter. Overall we enjoyed the 7 days we spent at the park.
The management was VERY friendly - the Sites are adequate for a few nights. The electric, water, and sewer hook-ups all work. There are lots of trees and large sites. The sites are all dirt, but mostly level. We came here by accident after our reservation was ignored at another park. We would come again if in the area.
Unfortunately for us, the only available sites were at the front next to the highway where the trees had burned 5 years ago, so NO shade for us. The necessary FHU stuff worked adequately. I did not try there WIFI because it is pay and I was going to be home the next day. We possibly would stay here again unless we couldn't find somewhere we liked better.
This is an "OK" place to spend a night on the road, but a resort it isn't. A possible plus is that it's right next door to camping world. We would overnight here again, but we would NOT spend time here.
Good place for overnight. Large pull-through sites. Convenient to I-40. The morning coffee/donuts was too late for someone needing to get on the road by 8 AM or so. Convenient to the sights of the city and short trip to Palo Duro Canyon. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice RV park with a limited number of Transient sites. It is somewhat difficult to get to - 10 miles off of I-40. The people were very nice - were having an Ice Cream Social which we attended. The site was a good pull through. Good park for an overnight except for the distance from the interstate.
This park was barely adequate for an overnight stay. The site we got was a narrow back-in. The biggest surprise was the volley of six shots somewhere outside the RV in the middle of the night. Again we had a sewer problem - sewer plugged somewhere below our RV. Sewer in at our RV and out at the next outlet down. I didn't completely finish dumping tanks.
This park was a very good overnight stopping place. Price was reasonable - the owner was friendly and helpful. The only issue we had was a wasp nest in the electric box. The owner came over promptly and resolved the issue. We did use the picnic area and grill to cook dinner.
We stayed here for 8 nights to plan for and attend a wedding in Mobile. The park is very nice with large trees and large spaces. We did not have a pull through site which wasn't important because of the length of our stay. The owner was very helpful and friendly. We have a plugged sewer issue which the owner fixed promptly.
The Park was very nice, though a little pricy for a short overnight stay. We did not use any of the amenities except 30 amp electricity and water. The long pull through site was very nice as we didn't have to unhook our tow.