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03/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
$19 based on monthly rate. We just spent another winter (five months here). Just over the hill into Arizona, next to the Palms Golf Course, with full facilities and a beautiful view. New owners have investing to keep this already-beautiful park the BEST in the Mesquite area. We've looked at the other two, and there's no way we'd want to camp next to a grocery store on dirt, or on a windy hill with few facilities. Friends who visited for a four-day weekend loved this place, and came back for another weekend!
03/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
Anyone who says this place doesn't have many facilities, may be confused. This is our second year wintering, and we'll be back next year. The cleanest, neatest, most beautiful park in all of Nevada -- with full facilities. Rate prorated from monthly $560 fee. Not cheap, but worth it.
12/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
Their website's pictures don't do this place justice! We came here after not being able to find an appropriate park in St George that would meet our needs and take reservations. Lucky us! Spotless and beautiful, well-kept park. RVs park among very nice park models. A bit tight to back into, so not an overnight-only -- but once you're settled, you have a level parking area with cement patio and extra space. Super cable TV, pay Wi-Fi is excellent and economical. Daily rate based on $525/month "view lot" price - well worth it!
06/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is the best choice in Albuquerque! The previous review is wrong - this park is off I-25, not I-40. FREE PANCAKES! But...we highly recommend the breakfast burrito with sausages, potatoes and green chiles. If you can take it, add green chile sauce (not for wimps). The Wi-Fi is good, the cable works well. Everything's clean. This is one of only two KOA's that we visit because we want to. It IS the desert, and they can't control the weather.
06/2009
rating [ 1/10 ]
This park is ABANDONED and the lot is for sale.
06/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is the ONLY place to stay in Amarillo. Yes, it's not right in town -- but that's a good thing. Level concrete pads had room for us to park our 38' fifth wheel without unhitching AND our extra car! Ultra-clean, friendly. We just wish there were more like this place!
06/2009
rating [ 6/10 ]
How well you like this park, depends on your site. If you want 50-AMPS and cable TV, you'll be in a small dirt area with no trees and sticker weeds. The site map was very confusing, and we had no help finding our space (although there was a young man running around in the golf cart, we were on our own). There are some very nice shaded areas, but they don't have full services. Wifi worked fine. Very small pet run by propane service tanks. We haven't tried other Green River parks, but this is purely an overnighter.
04/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is the ONLY place to stay at, in Montgomery (even though it's a bit north of town). Well-planned, ultra-clean, and looks as fresh and new as when we first visited two years ago. If WiFi is important to you, make sure you tell them, and they'll park you as near a repeater as possible. We asked, and were parked well, with no WiFi glitches at all. This one rates a "10" even though there is no pool or other amenities (which we frankly, never use and do not want to pay for).
06/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good if you're working in the area. Front sites for motorhomes are very nice. If you need a pull-through, it's not nearly as nice. Not all sites have wooden decks; in fact, probably less than half have them. Some 50 amp sites are oddly situated against a fence, with one being a back-in and the rest requiring parallel parking skills. Heavy humidity and rainy conditions mean the park can get flooded, so if you're in a site without a wooden deck, you'll need to take off your shoes before you enter your RV. Free Wi-Fi is spotty, but acceptable for email checks. The only real problem is the lack of nearby quality shopping. There's a small grocery store down the road, and a few convenience stores. The nearest quality stores are in Hendersonville, which means a 10-12 mile jaunt to get to Publix or Kroger's. No nearby restaurants.
04/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
Signage has improved, so this place is easy to find. This is probably your best choice in Jackson, even though it's a few miles out of town. Nothing fancy, let's call it adequate. On the plus side, you can walk to restaurants (there's a BBQ, Mexican, fish house and two others within walking distance). There's a nice pet store with an excellent dog groomer, and a good grocery store just across the freeway. I Without those nearby facilities, I'd rate this place a solid "6".
05/2009
rating [ 3/10 ]
For $60+ a night, we expected a "deluxe" site - not the tiny pull-through we were assigned to. There was no way we'd have been able to fit our 38' trailer AND tow vehicle into the site. There was no way we could stay hooked up, because we'd have blocked the road in front of us. So, we had to drive to the front lot and park our truck - then walk back and forth. The only way we could have parked the truck, would have been to park on the "grass" (which we were warned not to do). The tree next to us was so overgrown, the roots were cracking what used to be a level cement pad - and made it difficult to walk around to the trailer door. This KOA has nicer buildings than most, but is otherwise typically-rundown and horrifically overpriced. I guess they're charging due to their location - but when they're only 1/3 full, WHY?
03/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
We're very happy with this RV park! It's older, but ultra-clean and well-maintained. The owners have removed the ugly red-and-yellow (you know what) decor, and the camp now fits into the scenery. The office staff is friendly and efficient, the Wi-Fi is sure and steady, there's lots of cable TV channels and the water pressure is "just right". Our site is very spacious for our 38' foot fifth wheel and truck (PLUS our extra car!) We even have a nice concrete patio and patio table and chairs. (Smaller sites have picnic tables.) This used to be the Shreveport-Bossier City KOA.
09/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is only the second "10" we've ever given. Ultra-clean, ultra-modern and ultra-organized, this place was designed by people who KNOW what an RV park should be like. It's definitely worth the bit further drive in to town to have a level, cement site. The buildings were beautiful, the xeriscaping fits the area, and everything was perfect.
04/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is behind a motel that is actually a Motel 6, not a Rodeway Inn. Easy to pull into side-to-side sites. Cable TV is very poor (a few local channels, CNN, discovery, cartoon networks). The wi-fi didn't work, and when we asked another camper, they said it didn't work for them either. We were there for only a short time, but the poor cable TV and basically "lack of internet" would cause us to reconsider another visit IF we were staying longer. Would rate a 10 otherwise.
02/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
We spent six weeks here, starting Feb 12th, 2007 - only a day before the "storm of the century" hit Pennsylvania! Even during the storm, the workers made sure the roads were clear, which helped a lot! ALSO, they deliver propane to your site! There's only two things that kept my rating from being a 10: the lack of cable TV, plus the fact that we couldn't use the water hookups during the cold weather (even though we had heated and insulated hosing that would have covered the standpipe). But filling the tank wasn't that bad. Thanks, HBEast! We'll be back, but not in the winter!
06/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a well-managed and ultra-clean park that we hope to visit again. The sites are well-planned and the patio actually matches up to your RV! The sites are sloped nicely, so when a torrential rain hit, we weren't flooded out. Everything drained quickly. Wifi was good (Tengo but inexpensive), cable TV great. All I'd suggest is moving the doggie park area, or raising it a bit. It gets a bit boggy when it rains.
06/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Very nice park, but from other comments, it appears that the cable TV is STILL not available for many sites. And that the Wi-Fi STILL does not work. When we checked in, we were told that the Wi-Fi was being worked on and would be "up" soon. Days later, it still didn't work. In talking to other campers, we learned that it had been disconnected months before due to problems. We also learned that most campers did not have cable due to rains in MAY 2007. Too bad. If they'd told us that the Wi-Fi didn't work at all, we'd still have stayed here. But we don't like being lied to. Next time, I'll call first and ask if they've fixed it! And check it out, before we pay!
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