We drive out of our way to stay here. We usually meet some family members from Arkansas in Branson. Park is clean, staff is super, great cable TV, Wi-Fi works well until park gets busy. One of our favorites.
Signage is terrible. We missed the turn and had to find a place to go back. The run down buildings and junk as we started down the hill gave us 2nd and 3rd thoughts. Site was OK once we got there but we will not return. By the way, I would not swim in the water either.
Stayed here for the last 4 years first part of November. This year will be the last. When we got to our site, someone was already in it. A call to the office, we were told not possible, we must be at wrong site. The site they moved us to was very un-level, the fire pit was full of cig butts and trash, grounds staff was non-existent. The office staff seem to not care if you were staying there or not. Next year we will be somewhere else.
A little out of town. Semi nice drive along the river. At the end of the road, prior to the RV park, a lot of run down mobile homes. Rather scary looking, but no problems. In hindsight, wish we had stayed in town at Wal-Mart. I would not stay again.
Staff was pleasent enough, lead us to our sites. The trees along the road to the hilltop sites need to be trimmed. They brushed the sides of the coach until I moved over onto the grass, No WiFi or cable back there but needed the sewer after 3 days without dumping. Probably would not stay again.
Stayed while working the RV show. I did notice a few train horns which I had not noticed in the past. The free shuttle each day to the show out weighs any bad. Very crowded for the weekend but no problems. We already have a spot for next year's show.
We would have rated this park higher except for the tight turns, narrow streets, steep climb up then down to get to the park. It was not a big deal to have to walk to the office in the hotel unless you have problems walking. Never saw any staff other than the front desk staff at the hotel. Limited number of big rig sites. Probably won't stay again.
I thought the rate would be a little cheaper since it is connected to a casino but not so. The park is right beside a commuter train station. You have to cross the tracks to enter the park which means the train blows his horn every trip. The lack of Wi-Fi was also a bummer. The park just looked dirty, the trash cans where all full and overflowing which did not help the appearance. I doubt that we will stay again.
Rate was based on a internet special, pay for 2 nights, get 2 free (normal rate is $39.95 per night). This is a great park except there are no lockable doors on the shower stalls. Just 2 curtains, one for the shower and one for the change area. Nothing to keep someone from lifting your wallet. After being in Quartzsite for 2 weeks, I wanted a long, long hot shower. We will stay again.
Sites are level and long enough so that I did not have to un-hook the tow. Sign at entrance said "Special Rate $25". It is West Texas so no grass or trees. All right for an over night stop. We would stay again.
The park was ok, a little tight for a big rig. With the trees, cable tv would be a big plus. My big problem was the $2 pet fee they charge for pets. My 3# puppy did not use the showers/pool/restrooms. Why the charge? We won't be back.
Park was easy in. Sites where OK. Our pull through was fairly level with crushed gravel as was the roads inside the park. Interior roads could stand some work, lots of potholes. My gripe was the staff at registration. They where more interested in watching the large flat screen TV behind the desk instead of taking my money. After a long day of travel in the rain, I was ready to get parked. Would probably look elsewhere next time.
Forced off the road due to the snow and ice on the way back from Quartzsite. Level, long pull through sites. Hard to see much under the snow. Since the water was frozen, the owner came by with jugs of water in case. We'll use this park again.
We continue to be impressed with the new owners of this place. Everything is clean and neat. Staff goes overboard to be of assistance. We went with the grandkids for a Halloween event. What a blast they/we had. We will return.
Park is easy in/out. It is close to shopping centers (Wal-Mart, Fry's). We stopped after leaving Quartzsite to empty tanks and fill water tank. The only real drawback to this park is the tight sites. I also don't like being able to walk out of my door and directly into my neighbors door. Even so, the convenience and location will make this a return.
Far enough off the Interstate so no noise. Wide, level, long pull through sites. The WiFi works good. Food at the small cafe is down home. We stop here if in the area. All the water was frozen but what do you expect when it's 4 degrees? We will stay again.
We had a large family reunion at Compton Ridge. The group rented cabins, motel rooms, and RV sites. The staff went over and above making everyones stay GREAT. Compton is a clean, friendly, family operated park. We will return in the future.
Asking for a pull since just overnight, we were told to just pull thru the back in to the other side. Ground looked wet but assumed they knew what the were talking about. I also asked about the distance between the light pole and water raiser. No problem. Well, 2 problems, the water faucet was rubbing the compartment door and the front wheels where about 6" down in the mud. Had to un-hook so we could back out, then go around to back into assigned site. We were afraid to get off the gravel pad (what little there was) so had to have an extension to reach electric which was behind the coach. Not sure I had enough water hose so did not attempt to reach the faucet. After raining all night, a large part of the park was under water the next morning. After following the exit signs (after hooking up tow),we found the gate was locked. Luckily, I noticed it before passing a street that took me back to the office. I would stay again if I needed too but would not go out of the way. Customer service was a little lacking.
Other then saying, stay right on the beach, I did not like this place. Roads are very, very tight for a big rig. Backing into the site is a challenge also. Mostly park models and seasonality looked like. The locked gates to get on the beach are a joke. Hard to tell the last time they worked. I'll look else where next time.
Visiting some friends in town so we stayed in one of the new Lodges. Staff was great, pizza was great, the new pool was great. My duck won the duck race so I was a happy camper. We had a good time at this KOA. We will stay again.
We stayed at this park years ago. New owners have built new buildings and put in new sites. The pull-throughs in the front were plenty wide, long, and level. The only stick was I needed propane, had to leave the park, down to Wal-Mart, turn around and return to the park. The tank is by the entrance and off to the side of the road. They do not have enough hose to reach you if you are on the road. We would stay again.
Nice park and operators. If you are at Mayo, you do not have to give them a departure date. A shuttle operates to Mayo. Nice, clean park. Hope we do not have to return to the area, but if we do, our first choice.
I called to see if they could handle our 42'. I was told they had a couple of sites. The clerk suggested I look first. If I could have gotten in the site, I'm not sure I could have put out slides. I did run the water while checking the site, it never did clear up. It is a nice park for smaller rigs I would think. We did not stay here.
Getting into some of the sites can be a little tight. During our stay we had to move from FHU to W/E site. Almost hit a tree backing into the W/E site. Train was just a noise, no horns so it did not bother us. On complaint was the stink bugs that invaded out coach. We are still trying to get rid of them.
All right for an over night stop based on price paid. It would be nice if they would add Wi-Fi. Our pull through was under a tree, so no satellite. Other sites where in the open. We would stay again if in the area.