We stayed here for 8 nights. Our site was too small to park our tow vehicle when our slides were out. We reserved a site for a 35 ft. fifth wheel and it fits just fine, but with a street on each end of the site and the narrow width, no place to park our dual rear wheel truck. We were across from the pool, but we have returned to find those few spaces full, so had to park quite a distance away from our site. The sewer dump at our site is different from any we've ever used. We were shown by a park employee to just hang the hose down a grooved channel that is shared by the RV next door. This leaves the sewage exposed and our hose can also be covered on the end by the neighbors sewage... Don't like this setup. We were also advised that starting 10/1/14 this RV Park will become a KOA Campground.
Gravel sites, some shade, peeling paint picnic table, very old asphalt pad, nearly gravel, dirt and gravel around site. It was dry while here, but site would be muddy if it rained. Fairly large laundromat, not bad but could be cleaner. Overall OK for desert campground in small town. I would stay here again if in the area. Green River is a nice small town and about 50 miles from Moab and Arches National Park. A bit further to Canyonlands National Park.
First, Yellowstone is awesome, but the Fishing Bridge Campground is a tourist trap. Sites are tight, trashy, and road thru loops is old and in disrepair. For the price, I expected a better facility. Twice, campers backing in behind us nearly backed into our trailer. We had to run out and yell stop! Senior pass discount does not apply here as it does in the other campgrounds in the park. This was our fifth time to visit Yellowstone, but first here. Never again. Better to stay in other non-hookup grounds, or outside the park.
We camped here three nights and were very pleased with the facility. Water and electric at the site, and a dump station near the entrance/exit gate. We had one of the few pull-through sites, as most sites are back-ins. The camp host was very friendly, and hosts appeared good at picking up any trash left behind by sloppy campers. Great view of the lake and mountains on all sides. We don't fish, but there were quite a few fishing boats coming and going while we were there. 14 miles from the city of West Yellowstone and West entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Any shopping or restaurant needs must be done in either West Yellowstone or Island Park, ID about 16 miles South. This park has a brand new, unopened camping loop with new bathhouse that appeared almost ready. These new loops offer full hook ups, but opening date is not known at this time, but I would guess very soon.
WOW .... sums up this brand new RV Resort. (Opened November, 2013) On the outer edge of beautiful Heber City surrounded by mountains, the view is great. Park staff is very friendly and helpful. All wide streets are paved with curbs. About half the sites have concrete pads, the others are gravel. All sites surrounded by lush grass and well cared for. Beautiful clubhouse, pool, laundry. We had a weekly rate. We're considering a month next summer. Lot's to do and see in the Heber City area about 35 miles East of Salt Lake City.
We were here 5 nights and found the owners of two years very friendly and helpful. Daily hands-on attending to grounds and guests. This RV Park is close to many exciting National and State Parks. The town of Panguitch is a great location to jump off to explore whether hiking, Biking, ATV, etc. We'll come back.
Typical desert campground. Wide gravel sites, in town campground. This park has all the amenities listed. What we did not like was we were told the sewer hookup was for gray water only, so on departure had to go to dump station. Black water tanks had to be dumped at the locked dump site, which we had to get a key from the office to use. Otherwise, not a bad campground. The nightly rate reflects our Good Sam discount.
This park is very nice, we felt it is was a gem in the wilderness kind of park. Elevation is 7800 ft. Sites are easy to enter, but many are not level. Most sites have no hook-ups, but there is one area with 30 amp electric only hook-up. Water is available to fill your tank at a couple places in the park. No potable water at dump station. We were told by other campers the fishing is really good in this beautiful lake.
The campground is very nice. Large paved sites. Our site was Lakeside, except there was no water in the lake at this part of the park. Water is very low and appeared it had been so for a long time with grass and bushes growing where water once was in one end of the lake. The Texas Parks pass is a good deal if using Texas Parks frequently, but as a visitor, I thought the $7.00 per person, per day entry fee was too high. We've stayed at other Texas Parks for $2 or $3.
Holbrook, AZ is in the desert, so the area is sandy and dry. Good Sam discount applied. RV sites are mostly pull through and very long. The park is clean and desk check in was friendly and efficient. OK is about 19 miles from South entrance to Petrified Forrest National Park. We stayed here 2 nights.
We stayed here three weeks at the weekly rate of $200 including full hookups. Wi-Fi available for a fee. We were placed on an interior site so highway noise was minimal. Office staff was pleasant and park offered lots of activities to chose from. Monthly rate posted about $565 plus electric. All interior streets are scheduled to be repaved starting this month.
We are staying here for a month and receive a monthly rate of $850 plus taxes, total which nets about $956/month for our back-in site. The grounds are kept very clean, neat, trimmed. Sites have plenty of grass. The pool and hot tub are immaculate. Free Wine & Cheese Social every Friday eve. $3 Pancake breakfast every Sunday A.M. Restaurants and shopping within walking distance. Nearby bus service to the theme parks in Orlando area. Nice, quiet park in the midst of everything you would need or want.
A really nice park close to everything; mall, restaurants, downtown, groceries, fuel, etc. Friendly hosts. Bike & walking trail that go on for miles. No sewer hook up, but a pump truck will come to your site for $10. Or, you can go to dump station no charge. All gravel sites and driveway, but driveway is getting paved next week.
Large RV park with fishing pond (fee required). Wide RV sites available. No shade. All gravel roads and pads, some with grass. Playground, heated pool. Friendly check-in. Apparently a popular place, very busy at this time (Sept. 8 - 11).
Nice campground, convenient access to Rocky Mtn Nat'l Park, Grand Lake, restaurants. Wildlife in Campground (moose roaming among sites and report of bear visits after dark) - keep dogs on leash! Our back-in site was very tight. Access to some are better than others. Gravel pad was level. Very friendly check-in.
This is the cleanest campground we have ever stayed in, and we've stayed in hundreds. Mountain and lake view is awesome. Bathrooms and showers are nicer than most hotels. Tiled walls and floors, shiny sinks and faucets. Camp loop is paved and wide two-way driveway. Site pad is concrete and wide. Many (not all) site picnic tables have shade covers. Fine gravel surface around table is raked and smoothed after each site is vacated and made ready for the new arrival. No trash anywhere. Camp hosts greet you and are very helpful.
This is a National Park, but not one of the better sites. We knew in advance that there was no water at the sites, but were surprised when we arrived with no water and no provision in the park to fill an RV water tank. Also, no dump station, so we only stayed one of the three nights we had reserved. We had a pull through site which was OK, but were lucky as many of the pull through were nothing more than a "pull over"... If you have slides, you will most likely have too little width. This campground was a disappointment, due to the water situation.
The pull-through sites are narrow and very close to the loop road. We had to put an orange cone out as our slide was right on the edge. No water hookups and all the water spigots in the park, including at the dump station, are plain ends - no threads for attaching hose to fill water tanks! Very inconvenient! Park Hosts were very nice and sympathetic regarding water connectors, but could only offer access to their spigot at the host site. Other than these two items, the park is nice and was a good stopover point for visits to Mesa Verde and other tourist sites.
We were travelling thru and decided to stay three nights on weekdays. Activities here are limited to boating, fishing, swimming. The State Park is surrounded by private lands, houses, boat storage units. Being desert, there is lots of sand. This is a good family getaway for those into boating and fishing. 25 miles to Tucumcari and the old route 66 and a decent history museum - $5.00 entry for adults - discount for seniors and children.
Distance to nearest town (Roswell) about 15 miles. The entrance road is about 4 miles, blacktop, and very bumpy. However, the park is very quiet and clean. Lots of room at the site. Campground has a great beach and enclosed adobe picnic pavillions that provide lots of shade and protection from the heat.