Easy access for 40’ plus size motorhome. Sites are level and large. Shuttle to the Hard Rock Casino is available. Roadrunner railroad is within walking distance and will take you to Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Store on site for limited shopping. Grocery store about 14 miles. Two lakes on site for fishing. Sites need maintenance as there are a great deal of weeds. Leash law is now enforced. Beware any visitors are charged $2 to visit you! Security is good, but the security guards can be obnoxious at times. While not a resort type RV park, it is a good place to stay.
Most of the facilities were closed for the winter but being in a self-contained motor home, it did not matter. We did try to get some information on a road but the ranger station was closed. This is a nice park with varying rates depending on the services at the site. The dogs frolicked in the lake and enjoyed it. The site was level and we enjoyed our stay here. At night a big storm came in with high winds and heavy rain. The "flashing" lights were activated and I think they mean "get off of the water" but the sign was confusing. We would stay here again.
This is a lovely campground. We did not bring our tow vehicle, nor did we have a satellite receiver. I did bring DVD's. The internet access is great. We would prefer concrete slabs and paved roads. However, during our stay the campsite was level, the trees were groomed so that our 40' motor home did not hit any branches, and the roads were in good shape. We needed a quick get-away and this setting was perfect. The weather was great. Love the really tall trees. We stayed free because we won two nights. We would definitely return.
We stayed here two nights at the end of August. The campground was quiet. I suspect this is the park's off-season. We did not find the spaces to be narrow. We loved the 90' long pull-throughs with full hookups. There was lots of space for our 40' motorhome with four slide-outs and our tow vehicle. The roadways are paved and wide. The trees need to be trimmed up a bit higher as our antenna hit several on the exit road. The owner/manager was great. If you are assigned to space 75 or 76, unhook your tow vehicle as the turn into the space cannot be made with a 40' motorhome. We did not hear any road noise and we were not that far from the road. The park is very clean and the spaces are gravel. There are two small dog runs which were perfect for our puppies. We would definitely stay here again.
An unusual park. The night/overnight spaces were long pull-throughs. However, the connections (sewer/water) were in the middle of the concrete pad. Therefore, you need to ensure that you do no drive over the "hole" and that you pull forward far enough so that you can access the connections. The rest of the park for longer term stays looked quite nice. The lady in the office had worked there for a long time. She was very nice. We would stay here again. It was convenient and the price was right.
Great little RV Park. The area is very quiet - which we like. Both the owner and the Office Manager are very helpful and friendly. The beach is right here! You can drive on the beach, but of course, we just walked to it. The sea breeze is incredible. There are tables and benches and BBQ grills overlooking the beach. There is also a shower to clean off before returning to your RV. This is a great place for families or just to unwind. We would definitely stay here again. Rates vary by season and the info is on the website along with other helpful information. A find!
This is our second visit to this RV Resort. It is conveniently located to the French Quarter and the staff is fabulous. The park seems to be showing it's age. However, the sites are spacious and the park was designed so that it is easy to back into your site. We love this RV Resort and although it is rather expensive, it is worth the treat every few years or so as New Orleans is a great city.
What a wonderful surprise. This is a lovely park with magnificent old oak trees. The staff is fantastic. The rate of $28 is based on a weekly rate. We would definitely stay here again. The beach is 1/4 of a mile away. Of course, there are the casinos and lots of shopping. All the sites are paved as well as the interior roads. Yeah, finally a park that lives up to the website.
This park was close to our relatives. We would have chosen to stay at a less expensive RV park had this not been the fact. It is an okay park. The site was sufficient for our 40' motor home, and we had no problem leveling the coach. Parking for the tow vehicle was quite tight. There are way too many trees which makes it difficult to get satellite reception for the TV and Internet. The staff was friendly and efficient. While there are pull through sites and 50 amp available, there are not many. Since we did not need air conditioning this time of year, this was not a problem.
This was a delightful find. We are traveling from New Mexico to New York and needed a place to stay for the night other than Flying J or Wal*Mart. Hence, I didn't do my usual research. Fittingly, we ended up at a park better than most I have researched. The grounds are clean and the area is very pretty. The manager/owners are terrific. We would definitely stay here again. We are in a 40' motor home.
We stayed here for a week in a 40' motorhome with 4 slides. There is a separate part of the park for those traveling with dogs. The pull-thru sites are extremely close and gravel. It was windy during our stay so there was lots of dust which also gets into the RV. Yuck. The roads are paved and wide. Good access for a big rig. The dog run is sandy and as a first time dog owner, we liked it a lot. We would camp here again. We did feel safe. There is lots of shopping close by (2 Sam's Clubs, 1 Costco and at least 2 Wal*Marts).
The reason for the low nightly rate is that we are staying here on a monthly basis. Our last visit here was in June of 2007 and you can read our comments from that visit. Kevin & Ruth (the owners) are terrific, and we just love this area.
This is a delightful campground. This is the second time we have stayed here. Our current visit was for a month using Passport America and Resorts of Distinction. Yes, it is hilly and the roads are a bit narrow. However, we have a 40' motor home with four slides and had no problems. The management is great. We love the peaceful surroundings of pinions. We did not hear any highway noise. The back-in spaces are definitely wide enough and easy to back into. The pull-thrus are narrower. We give this park high ratings and invite you to stay here.
This is a fabulous RV resort. The pull throughs, while narrow, were 80' long. Since it was winter we had the place to ourselves and enjoyed the reduced winter rate. The water was shut off due to some pipes freezing, but not a big deal when you are self-contained. The back-in sites are wide and long. Compared to other resorts we have stayed in recently that had park models, this is by far nicer as the layout and site size is nicely done. Yes, you do have to drive to the laundry, showers, and pool: big deal. We loved it here and would definitely stay at this resort again.
If you are in a big rig stay away from this campground. It is dusty, the interior roads are very narrow, the sites short and no where near level. As an x-KOA it also has a lot of trees. We did not stay here, but drove through the park to check it out. We have a 40' motor home with four slides.
Large level and wide sites. The streets were a little tight for a 40' motor home - especially with a "decorative" tree circle in the middle of the road and the other route narrowed by orange cones. Great people though and management. The park consists mostly of park models and fifth wheels/trailers that appear to be here most of the year. I do not think that many spaces are available for overnighters. We would stay again.
One of the best RV Resorts by far. Lots of amenities and things to do. Sites are quite spacious. We stayed here on a special promotion. Would definitely stay here again. We were here for a week in December 2007 over Christmas and New Year. Great people and volunteers.
We loved this park. Yes, at $28 a night with Passport America it is on the high side. However, we visited many parks in the area and did not see any as nice. There is limited parking for motor homes as this is mainly a 55+ Snow Bird park with mostly park models. Everyone is very friendly, and there are lots of activities. December weather is terrific and there is lots to do in the area. Great medical/dental/vision faculties are available in Algodones, Mexico. We found the city water to be quite acceptable. We stayed a week. We'd certainly stay here again.
This is a very nice park with friendly and helpful staff. We personally do not like unpaved sites as too much dirt gets into the coach. The site was long and wide and had a great view even though we were not on the cliff. The hook-ups were way in the back behind the coach and it was a stretch with the sewer hose. The pad was packed sand and I wondered what it would be like in the rain. We only stayed one night but we would stay here again.
This is hands down the best RV Resort we have stayed at. We stayed here using there promotional coupon and were impressed with the sites, amenities, staff, etc. However, I would not consider purchasing a site since for the price, one could purchase a lot more "lot" in Florida or just purchase some land. However, this would depend on your financial situation and your lifestyle. It works for a lot of folks.
This is an above average RV Resort with great amenities. We used our Passport America membership to get a great rate. The workout room has first rate equipment along with lockers, showers, sauna, hot tub, and steam room. All of this included in your nightly rental rate. The sites are wide and everything is paved. I do question the layout though as we had to change sites so that we could extend all of our slides. And the space was just long enough for our 40' motor home. There are longer sites available. This Resort has all of their sites available for purchase with prices ranging from about $90K to $250K. I understand the monthly HOA is $212. This is way overpriced for what you get. There is not even enough room to build a storage unit or a FL type room. One could do better by buying an acre lot in Pahrump and moving the RV onto the lot!
The pull-through sites are in the back right next to a large propane tank. That made me nervous! In order to get to the pull-through sites you have to exit the park and go down another road. The park itself is a little tight, and we would have liked to have known that we need not have maneuvered through the park since we were sent around the back anyway. This was an over night stop for us and at $13.25 it was fine. We would not choose this park for an extended stay. The back lot where the pull-throughs were located, did not have sewer hook-ups. That was not a problem for us. In addition there were no trees to prevent satellite access, a plus for us, but it was sandy and dusty.
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel with plenty of room. All of the sites are back-ins, but they are correctly angled. Views are of the mountains or the town. You do not feel crowded because the sites are terraced and staggered. They do charge for WiFi and we paid $1 a day for 50 amp. We stayed here through our affiliation with ROD. There are three helicopter pads for emergencies and tours from Las Vegas to visit the winery and restaurant, etc. The pool and spa are clean and attractive as is the club house and all of the amenities.
We stayed here for a month in Oct 2007 in a 40' rig with four slides. Our nightly price reflects the monthly rate. Instant phone hookup is available, but at a charge of $1 per day plus, of course, any long distance fees. We had to leave a $50 deposit to stay for a month and they DID NOT accept a credit card! There was also a $10 key deposit for the bath house. We also had to pay $50 extra for a pull-through space. We chose the pull-through because we would not have fit in the back-in spaces available. The pull-through was way too close to the surrounding sites, however, we were fortunate that no one was parked beside us during our stay. The pull-through spaces are long enough to accommodate a 40' or larger rig (55'). HOWEVER, there is no room for your tow vehicle. We were told that our tow vehicle would be towed at midnight (sneaky), if we parked it in the empty space next to us. GIVE ME A BREAK! The park is extremely clean and well maintained. The negatives are the too-short spaces that are too close together, and that the fact that the owners seem to "nickle & dime" the campers as well as being a bit ridiculous on some of the rules. But, I guess the rules keep things nice. One MAJOR complaint I have is that we used the club house and we told our guests to park outside of the park where there is ample parking. There was one exception: an elderly friend who has many health problems and cannot walk even a small distance. The owner/staff would not let them drive into the park so that they could be close to the club house. That is downright shameful!
This is a convenient campground at the right price. The sites are wide & long enough, but it is quite dusty. We camped here using Passport America. The campground hosts were great. You need to pay by cash unless you go to the office during business hours and then you can use a credit card or check. We would stay here again. We have a 40' motor home with four slides.
This is a fabulous RV Resort -- If it weren't for mineral deposits from the nightly sprinkler watering, I would rate it a 10. Others have indicated that there is a charge for WiFi. I cannot verify that as we have our own WiFi satellite dish. Phone service at the sights would be nice, but we only need that to update our DirecTV Satellite dish. But with cell phones used by most of us, this is not a requirement. The views of the surrounding mountains is fabulous. The sites are long, level, and paved. While I think the nightly cost is a bit outrageous, it is the norm for the area. We reduced our costs a bit with the weekly rate. We were in this area 2.5 years ago and the rates have risen significantly since then. We had a great time at the Reno Hot Air Balloon Races and the Reno Air Races. We would definitely stay at this resort again and again.
This is a great park with all pull-paved sites. Streets are wide and the spaces are easy to get into. Office staff were terrific. However, if you miss the street where the park is located,you must unhook and get yourself turned around as you are on a dead end. We understand that new owners are working on a solution to this problem. I would have rated this park higher, but I feel that the price for the Susanville area is quite high. Perhaps all of CA is over-priced. No pool either.
We loved this campground. When the sun is out, you have a view of the Pacific Ocean. There are a lot of things to do in the area and there are walking opportunities galore. The park is well managed and the office staff is great. The sites are wide and level. We would definitely stay here again. Wish we had time to stay longer this visit.
The only thing keeping me from rating this new park at "10" is the entrance from 101. Why do they insist on making you drive around flower islands and curbs. It just does not work with a 40' RV with a tow. They should create a new entrance to the RV park and bypass the Casino & hotel entrance and engineer it for the big rigs that they can easily accommodate. This is a lovely park overlooking a river. The price of your site depends on whether you opt for back-in or pull-thru and if you are on the river. Rates start at $30 and go to $40. The office staff did indicate that the rates are going down in October. We actually stayed in the Casino "over size vehicle" lot and dry camped. This too was great and it cost us $0 per night (excluding what we lost gambling). We highly recommend this RV park and would stay here the next time we are in town.
We enjoyed our stay at this campground. The pull-thru site we were assigned to was long and level with 50 amp. The shrubbery between the sites makes a nice break with a feeling of privacy. The bushes, however, are overdue for trimming. They will soon affect the ability to get into some sites without damage to your coach. The ATV's were quiet and not a problem. We liked the access to Woahink Lake and the dunes. Being only 5 miles from Florence and Old Town was a plus. Unfortunately we needed some emergency medical care and were pleased to see that Florence has a hospital and good medical facilities and doctors. We think the nightly rate is a little high. We would stay here again.
This is quite a nice park. But I would never pay $90 for a campsite. We were able to enjoy the resort with a coupon. I read in the other review that the park charges for WiFi. Shame on them. At what they charge per night it should be included. Since we were here on a "coupon", we were put in a back-in site where we could hear the road noise from Route 101. But worse than that, the site was not angled to allow easy parking. The guy across the way just had to park his car in such a way that it was even more difficult to park the rig. When I made the reservation I found that individual to be friendly. However, when I called for directions, that person was either stupid or snooty. We do appreciate the cleanliness of the park and having a paved campsite.
This is not really a campground for a Big Rig. Yes, you can get around, and yes, you can get into a site; however, the paved area is the same width as your rig and the rest, when it rains, is mud. Not a good situation for keeping your "home" clean. The delightful part is being able to enjoy a campfire and quiet time with your spouse. There are also interesting things in the area to see. We would not do it again.
There should be a law or some guidelines for when an RV park can call themselves a "Resort". This was not a resort! There is a lot of potential at this RV park. However, the first thing that needs to be done is LEVEL the sites. The second thing is too get rid of the white rocks and other poles or rock columns that make it difficult for a big rig to maneuver through the park. The turns are a bit tight. The third item on my "to do" list is to widen the spots. We pretty much invaded our neighbors space in order to hook up. Other than that it is a pretty good park and there is a lot of potential. The owner closed the pool and spa early because their employee quit. Not sure what that had to do with anything, but it "is what it is".
This is a wonderful park with great employees and owners. We had no problem getting a WiFi connection. The signal was low but we had no problem getting email or surfing the web. The spaces are a great size and paved (that always gets our attention). There are two laundry rooms. The pool is indoors. We would have preferred an outdoor pool, however, being indoors makes the pool usable year-round. They are still having problems with the spa hot tub, but that did not deter our enjoyment of the park. The park is situated between Portland and Eugene and there are lots of wineries and other sightseeing adventures in the area. Even the Pacific coast is a relatively short drive.
This is a nice park. It is great to see seasonal campsites that are kept neat. Check-in did take a bit longer than I would expect. This is quite a large park but it is laid out in such a way that it doesn't feel huge. We were parked near the office and had no problems getting our big rig around the turn and into the pull-thru. Since the nightly price is on the high side, we were glad to see that, at least they included "free" WiFi. Except for the price, we would stay here again.
What a delightful little park. The sites were spacious and lovely. We liked the small size as it was quiet and peaceful. A pool would have been nice and we could use either of our satellite dishes because of the trees. But we would stay here again.
I have a bad taste in my mouth from this campground. The grounds are great with gravel sites and paved patio sites. The roads are wide and the spaces would be great for Big Rigs if it were not for the trees which broke our Cell Phone Antenna and the sprinklers that spotted the coach. Why people who know nothing about RVing run RV parks is besides me. The manager, instead of assisting us in resolving the problem, had a real attitude. The maintenance workers who were to trim the tree caused the damage to the antenna. They first arrived with no ladder and proceeded to hack away at the tree without any concern for the damage the limb was doing to our coach. Then they went to get a ladder. So after waiting 20 minutes for them to show up in the first place we had to wait another 30 minutes for them to come back. When I went to look for the manager I discovered the maintenance workers taking a break! In the meantime, we waiting over an hour to get the tree issue resolved so that we could park and get set up. After another hour the sprinklers came on and left water spots on our spotless coach.
This place is a rip off! It is dirty, dusty, tight, ugly, etc. The price is outrageous and they even have the nerve to charge $3 per day for their WiFi connection on top of the camping rate. We stayed here in a 40’ motor home with four slides. We will never stay here again. Wal*Mart’s parking lot is better.
Great, friendly owners. This was a KOA park many many years ago. The owner has kept the trees trimmed so that the big rigs do not have a problem getting into spaces. Do call ahead though as not all spaces will accommodate a big rig. The shade trees are welcome during the summer and with cable TV (fee) and free WiFi, the trees do not present a problem for accessing satellites since you do not need them. The park is close to a number of amazing sites and you can soak for free in one of two mineral pools at the State Park. There are also a couple of fee type pools with slides for the kids. The owners will drop you off up-river with "tubes" and you can float back to the campground! We would stay here again.
Except for the mosquitoes this was a great campground. They have long sites with great separation between the campsites. Certain sites can be reserved in advance for $9.95 reservation fee, however, there are quite a few first-come, first-serve sites that are just as nice. This is all dry camping but generators are allowed and there is a fixed dump site and great R/O water. This is a country setting on a reservoir with lots of turkeys, birds, rabbits, and deer. We hear that fishing is great.
Well, what can I say. We were able to maneuver our big rig - but make sure you go in the right entrance. Very dusty and quite expensive for what is offered. Dump site is fixed. It was convenient for our purposes.
We have to give this park a low rating as the sites were not level and soft dirt. Not sure if it always blows stink around here, but that did not help the situation with blowing dirt. The free WiFi did work from our site and the park is relatively convenient to what we needed to do. We would not pick this park again.
This park is conveniently located off of I-25 in Socorro. Sites are level with some trees. However, the trees do not block the satellite dish. It's a good stop for a night or two. It is not the kind of park you want to "hang out" during the day. But if you have business in the area or are intent on exploring, it works great. They do accept discounts for Good Sam and AAA. We camped here for one night. We'd stay again.
This is a tranquil campground. The state park is 15 miles east of Mountainair NM. The turn onto the road to the park is a very sharp left turn. Big Rigs can make it if they prepare for it. We are a 40 foot motor home towing a Silverado pick-up truck. Once you get closer to the park, the road is very dusty and both the motor home and the pickup were covered in dirt. However, within the park there is sufficient turning room, wide roads, and no low hanging trees with sites available to accommodate our motor home. There are 37 RV/tent sites - eight sites with electricity, a fixed dump station, and potable water available at various locations. No shower facilities. While we were here, the trees are alive with newly “hatched” locusts, and I could clearly hear them clicking away all around me. The park has 65 acres at 7,340’ elevation. There is access to Cibola National Forest. Hiking trails, horseback trails, picnic tables, horseshoes, wildlife viewing. The ranger leads occasional walks.
While this park is not beautiful, it is functional and the price is right. The spaces are wide. There is no other place to camp in the area except the Manzano Mountains State Park. The area around Mountainair is beautiful and about 1.15 hours from Albuquerque. The ruins of the Salinas Valley Pueblos are in the area and hiking trails in the Manzano Mountains. The town itself has limited shopping for groceries.
This park is split into two sections. One is for mobile homes and the other is for RVs. The smaller RVs have some shade trees. The large spaces with 50 amp, water, sewer and cable are wide open with level, gravel sites. We like the no-trees aspects. Although it is hotter, it allows us to use our TV & Internet Satellite system. The roads are wide and easy to navigate in a big rig. I believe all of the big rig sites are back-ins. That is okay with us. Although we did not use any of the amenities (pool, exercise room, lounge area, laundry, etc.) they seemed well maintained and clean. We would stay here again if we were in this area of the country.
This is absolutely one of the best campgrounds we have stayed at in our two years of travel. Tight security within a walled compound and an electric gate. The interior roads and pads are all paved. No trees which is a positive to us as both of our satellites worked perfectly. Some sites have gazebos. Great staff and amenities. Friday and Saturday night there is a two hour (fee) cocktail party. We enjoyed meeting other travelers. The park is within walking distance to the French Quarter and it is easy to access from I-10. Although we paid more than we usually do, we did not have to pay for taxi's, buses or parking (which is about $20). We highly recommend staying at this campground. We camped in a 40' motorhome with four slides. Unfortunately we were only able to stay one night.
We camped here using our Passport America club discount. This is a quiet, out of the way campground with a catfish pond. We just enjoyed the quiet. We were in a very long paved, pull-thru site (a bit narrow. We visited Lake Martin and enjoyed the alligators and the multitude of egret nests as well as other birds. It is a short drive from the campground.
This campground is for owners of Tiffin motorhomes while being serviced at the Tiffin Repair Facility. It is a great spot with terrific camp hosts. There is a store on site to purchase RV supplies. Tiffin owners have a break room with TV, coffee and vending machines. Non Tiffin owners may camp here as well, but it primarily for those in for service, picking up there new Tiffin coach, or taking a tour of the Tiffin manufacturing facility.
The park is conveniently located and close to Memphis. We paid $25.68 with our Good Sam Discount. You can get a little better discount with cash/debit card/check. The folks who checked us in were nice. The roads are a little narrow for a big rig, but the pull-through site was 70' long and level. The trees were not in "leaf" so were able to get our satellite TV and Internet Satellite dish to access the satellites. Not sure if this would be so in the spring and summer when the trees are full of leaves. We did not use their WiFi service, so we do not know how good it is or if there is a charge. We only stayed one night after a drive of over 450 miles.
Nice level and very long sites. The trees are young so they did not block satellite or make it difficult to manuever. They will have to be trimmed back as time goes by. The sites are dirt and gravel and this could prove to be a problem if they get a lot of rain. The staff is great and the town even has a movie theatre. The park is about 110 miles from Big Bend National Park and 25 miles from the Marfa lights. Not much else to do in the area. Major shoping is 150 miles away. We camped here in a 40' motor home with four sides. We would definitely stay here again.
What a mud hole! Thank goodness the site that had been assigned to us was so muddy (we would have sunk into the ground) that they put us in overlow, which was blacktop and private. The overflow site had everything except cable, which we did not need. The access road to the sites are one way and very narrow. The sites are not angled. I do not know how we would have been able to park in our "assigned" space. The WiFi was not working. Apparently WiFi is free to short term stays. You can, however, bring your laptop to their computer room or use one of their desktops to access the Internet. On the positive side, the resort has a wood shop, dancing, entertainment, computer room, and other "keep busy" activities. In addition, they have interior shuffle board courts (about 17 courts), billiard tables, and ping pong tables. They also have a great workout room with excellent equipment. We were happy that we only paid $17 a night through Passport America! We camped here in a 40' motorhome with four slides.
Park is in a nice setting. Unfortunately during our stay here had been heavy rains and there was much "sand" mud. The pull through sites were nice and it was pleasant to walk through the park. We drove by or through many other parks in the area, including Port Arsansas, and this park seemed to be the best in the area. You do drive through a residential area to reach the park but access was easy. Upon leaving the park, we had to unhook to make it around a turn. There are a lot of activities (cards, socialising) and a nice pool and spa. It is more of an adult park. Our price was based on the Good Sam Discount.
This campground is one of those great ones. Their rules seem a bit steep, but that is what keeps the campground looking clean and neat. The price, with the Good Sam discount, is reasonable for a wide site with a concrete pad. The facilities are also stellar, i.e., workout room. My only complaint would be that there is a rather high curb to climb over to get the motor home into the site. Also, the turn into the site was tight as well as when exiting the site. We were fortunate enough to be able to pick a site without trees to that our DirecTV and Internet Satellite dish worked flawlessly. When checking in, it would be helpful if the campsite map was color-coded so that one could easily determine which were the "standard" sites versus the premium. We had driven the campground and picked out those sites that would work for our rig, but it was a time-consuming process trying to figure out if the sites we picked were at the lesser rate.
This is a former KOA campground. The roads within the park and camp sites are too narrow for a 40' motorhome. Many sites are not level. For us, there are too many trees as we have a satellite and TV dish on our roof and need a clear line of sight to pick up the satellites. The per month rate is quite reasonable. The monthly rate does not include electric. The rate for electricity is $.15 per kilowatt which seems a bit extreme. We stayed at the park for approximately three months. The laundry facilities are great. It is close to many sites in Dallas and Fort Worth. The staff is also terrific.
This park was a delight to visit. It is clean and well managed. The hosts were quite friendly. The spaces are level and paved! Also paved is a space next to the motor home where you can park your tow vehicle. The park is close to a casino which had an outdoor concert the night we stayed. We could hear the music clearly from our campsite and thoroughly enjoyed it. I highly recommend this campground.
This Western Horizon Resort turned out to be the worst RV park we have stayed at. The spaces were quite tight and not level. In addition, the sprinklers sprayed the coach every night with mineral water which is hard to get off. We started covering the sprinklers with pails, but on our last day discovered that we had missed at least two sprinkler heads and the coach– again – was sprayed. This was after my husband cleaned the coach three times and after one of the employees removed three of the sprinkler heads. So even though it cost us only $2 a night (because we own at an affiliated resort), it was not worth the price!
A delightful find. We stayed a week and visited many of the RV manufacturers in the area. This is a popular site for RV rallies. There is also an Amish community in the area and it is not uncommon to see a horse and buggy trotting down the street. While we were here there was practice for the harness racing. Lots to do in the area.
This park was an unexpected jewel. Concrete pads, long pull-thrus, full hook-up with 50 amp, and plenty of room for 4 slides. We camped in a 40' Allegro Bus. The park is clean and there is a clear line of site for Internet and TV satellite dishes. We will definitely stay here again.