This is the place to stay when seeing Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. The setting is surrounded by rugged red cliffs. Though the terrain slopes a little, our site was level. The resort has several attractions: museum, slide show, documentary video, restaurant, tours & trading post. The place was clean & quiet with a friendly staff. The tribal park is nearby and features spectacular natural rock formations. The road through it is very rough so a high clearance vehicle or tour is recommended. This is definitely a worthwhile stop.
This park is conveniently located for the Arches NP and other outdoor activities we did. The grounds are attractive and well maintained. Sites were long enough for our RV and toad to stay connected if we wanted to. The Wi-Fi by Tengo is terrible with many disconnects. Reconnecting was a challenge. My Kindle paperwhite reader could not connect at all. We will try another place next time.
This is a very basic park in a beautiful location near the edge of the Little Colorado River gorge and across the highway from the trading post. A ramshackle residential area is just behind the park. We needed an overnight in the area and this filled the bill. We would stop again under those circumstances.
The area for short term stays is very open and sites are spacious. The pool is large and other visitors made good use of it. We had a nice meal in the restaurant. We stayed for three nights. Though pricey, we would stay again if in the area
The young man who checked us in knew nothing about the park: directions, features. Shower water was off some times. There was no Wi-Fi except at the laundry. Some sites are heavily wooded, claustrophobic. The meadow sites were spacious and level. We stayed for four nights. We will look for another park if we return to the area.
This is an excellent stop for a visit to Mackinac Island. The front row of sites has great water views. Other sites not so much. Maneuvering room can be tight depending on how others park their cars and trucks.
This is one of the most attractive parks we have visited. Spacious sites, tall trees, and broad grassy areas are most pleasant. Satellite access is problematic. Traverse City has a pleasant old downtown and several local attractions. We stayed two nights and would return if in Michigan again.
This is an excellent place to view the dunes. We took trail 4 which is labeled moderate. It had many wooden steps (100+) and climbed the largest dune (fully forested) then down to the beach. There is an easy beach trail, but not well marked. Return by the beach trail or car pickup at the pavilion could avoid a round trip on trail 4. This was a good experience and we would do it again.
Even though the entire park has a graveled surface it offers an attractive finish and tidy campsites. Like the surrounding landscape, there are no trees. Access from US-54 is easy and there is plenty of maneuvering room which should accommodate large rigs. The "pick your site" and fee collection by staff between 5 & 9 was convenient. This is an excellent choice for an overnight in Liberal and we would stay here again.
Though our cost was more than other reviewers paid. It is an excellent value for a basic overnight stop with Wi-Fi. Sites are fairly level and vary in width; length was adequate for our 31' motorhome with a SmartCar in tow. Check-in and parking were very quick and easy. We would stay here again.
This park is most attractive with mostly paved interior roads and paved sites. Landscaping was immaculate. Access from I-35 N is good but from I-35 S is more difficult. Our site was quiet, but those at the rear are close to the highway and more noisy. We will stay here again.
This park is convenient to the interstate though arrival is through an older residential neighborhood. It was quiet even though close to the highway. Spaces are large with plenty of room for larger rigs. There are two fenced dog play areas. The facilities were well maintained. We will stay again if passing through Amarillo.
This park has friendly staff and is well kept. The gravel spaces are large, and there is plenty of maneuvering room for large rigs. The wi-fi signal and speed were good even though there were few other guests during our stay. The wi-fi login system required a new login at every use, and it did not always work smoothly. The water did not taste good. This is convenient as an overnight stop, and we would stay there again.
This was our third stop at this nice overnight park. Access from the interstate and to sites is convenient but we found no noise problem. Staff was helpful and friendly. The small store had quick food and beverage items. Propane is available. The pet area was good.
With lots of shade and a 20 degrees cooler high elevation, this is a great getaway spot for those of us from hotter desert areas. Most sites are well shaded. The interstate is nearby but noise was not a problem for us. Service was responsive and friendly. The pool, laundry and showers were well equipped and clean. The store was quite well stocked. activities observed: golf, exercise equipment and water aerobics. Convenient to Flagstaff and Sedona. We will return.