Excellent park right on I-40. This is the third time we have stayed here. Good Sam rate has increased to $33.30 per night for level gravel full hookup sites. Escorted to site by very friendly staff. Free WiFi and good cell service. They also offer free shuttle to Big Texan Steak House.
Decent park right off I-40. Fairly level gravel pull thru sites. Friendly people and good amenities. Hidden back from the interstate so no road noise but kind of hard to get to. Good place to explore Turquoise Trail, Albuquerque, and Santa Fe.
Nice State Park right off of I-40 at a good rate. No sewers but has a dump station. Back in and pull up in a side of the road asphalt sites. The pull up sites have hookups on the wrong side but you can easily reach them.
Fair Thousand Trails (member rate cited). No sewer, but honey wagon available for small charge. Gravel sites are not level. Lots of new 50 amp sites available for $5.00 per night charge. Very few amenities and not very friendly.
Okay Thousand Trails park (member rate cited). Sites are not very level. A few 50 amp sites available. Good amenities and store and restaurant on premises. One thing not mentioned before I stayed here. You will have to stay on the North side with no sewer for at least one night in the winter. You are then put on a list if you wish and then pick an open site on the South side with full hookups starting the next day. You may have to wait more than one day to get a site if your name is low on the list and not many leave that day. We waited two days. While inconvenient to have to move, it is a fair way to divvy up the sites.
Nice Thousand Trails (member rate cited). No 50 amp yet. They say it is coming. Good amenities and store for supplies. Pretty far away from most attractions. One hint that I wish I had known. Do NOT park under a tree. There are many LARGE birds that roost in them and they will completely cover RV or cars in poop!
Good place to stay to explore Big Bend NP. It is just an asphalt parking lot with hookups but gives you plenty of room and good hookups. People are friendly and there is a store for supplies. WiFi in store is good. No cell service.
Nice Thousand Trails (member rate posted). Charge for 50 amp service $3 or $5 depending on new or old power sites. Friendly people and nice facilities. Sites are level asphalt and gravel, but pretty tight. Great location for exploring Las Vegas.
Good place for what it is. Gravel parking lot with hookups in the middle of Death Valley NP. Store, restaurant, and gas available (no diesel). They say they have WiFi available at the lounge (not at sites), but you cannot connect even after midnight. No cell service either. People are friendly and it is a good place to stay to explore Death Valley. Just be aware that you are pretty isolated.
Do not know how this park keeps its KOA affiliation much less RPI Preferred (rate shown). No level sites, trees extending over sites, loud Interstate road noise, extremely hard to get to, and manager suffers from Barney Fife Syndrome. Save yourself a lot of trouble and stay somewhere else. This location is far from Zion NP and useless.
This was a Mid Atlantic Resort, now Encore/Thousand Trails. Excellent preserve. Lake side with boat docks and fishing. Great swimming areas and a pool. Sites are gravel and mostly level. Beautiful country in and around preserve. Rate reflects Thousand Trails membership.
Nice park in downtown area across river from Clinton Presidential Library and Little Rock. Has sites directly on the river for motor coach or 5th wheel views. Pets welcome but not a whole lot of space, but they provide bags and trash at several locations. Price reflects FMCA discount of 15%. Will stay here again when in area.
Nice facility for what it is, a parking lot for service on your coach that has full hookups. The employees treat you very well. There is almost no room to walk your pets, but they are welcome in the customer lounge.
Better than normal Thousand Trails. Nice facilities, beautiful lake,and lots of space. Typical of these parks now, annual sites have taken over. There are even multilevel decks, carports, and docks built on site. Most all of the full hookups are taken by these permanent guests. It is beginning to look like a trailer park. So plan to only have water and 30 amp electric. With so many sites, you can find one that is level. They had an excellent 4th of July party and fireworks show, hence the better rating than is truly deserved. Membership rate is 0 (annual dues).
Excellent park. Friendly people and great facilities. Concrete or gravel sites, but all are level. Can choose river front on the Mississippi with pull through front facing motorcoach sites and rear facing 5th wheel site hookups. Free washing machines and internet. Plenty of space for pets and long walks. It is a tad off the beaten path but easy enough to find and enjoy. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Very friendly people running this park. Helpful about everything including tourism. The sites are gravel but level. They are a little short with toad and long motorcoach, but if staying more than one night, it is no problem. Very pet friendly. They have a large fenced in dog run that is supplied with waste bags. There is also plenty of room around the park to walk animals. Great free internet and many local television stations (cable is available). Free shuttle to casinos, but you are very close if you choose to drive. Concrete sites and a few more trees around would have garnered a 10 from me, which would be quite an event! Price reflects Good Sam/FMCA discount.
Do not be fooled by the "Good Sam Top Rated Park 2011 Award". I was. This is a mobile home park with a small parking lot for RV's. This may sound like sour grapes, but I assure you that every word is true. I'm notifying Good Sam also about their ratings. The sites are on very unlevel asphalt that has sunken everywhere. Other campers said they sprang for month long sites in the mobile home part so they could get level. The "pet friendly" is a very small grass walk on the side of a steep hill right beside a row of sites; as I stated this is a parking lot with hookups. If you can find a spot and maneuver enough to get level, then the hookups are on the ground and impossible to connect unless you have flexible ends on your electric and/or water. Then they say "big rig friendly." The last row will fit 40 footers, but they insist you to park your toad behind. This is not possible even if you could find a level place in proper relation to the site. Let's see, next I told them that the internet would not work, The clerk said "oh yes, it's been out about two weeks. We had a lightning strike, and it hasn't worked since. Comcast is supposed to look at it". We were there two days and saw no work being done. Ah, the pool. We went to use this to cool off from sitting on their "parking lot" roasting because the breakers failed with two A/C's on.(50 amp...right). There were about 8 children inside swimming who told us that the pool closed to the public at 7:00. 7:00!! Oh well, back to flipping breakers. I was amazed that Good Sam had been this badly fooled or took a payoff to award this RV park a top rating. Do not believe it. The only possible way that you might want to stay here is a quick overnight on I-20, but you would have to unhook your toad if your RV is over about 35 ft. I'll not return.
Everyone was extremely friendly and went the extra mile to make sure you had everything that you needed. Great base camp to tour Royal Gorge area on one side and Pike's Peak area on the other. You will love this park.