An excellent park for a brief or extended stay: small, quiet, spacious and level sites, friendly and helpful staff and far enough away from I-40 for the freeway noise not to be intrusive. We enjoyed the privacy provided by the shrubbery. Free Wi-Fi was adequate, but worked inconsistently.
This exclusive park is for class A motorhomes only. Most of the sites are owned and well developed. Owners can rent their unoccupied sites to visitors like us. We rented an unsold site with a view of a waterway separating golf greens. This is truly a gorgeous oasis in this desert community and a winter home for the wealthier members of the RV lifestyle. Staff is friendly and accommodating. The restaurant is upscale as well. We enjoyed our visit.
This bare bones park is conveniently located (to tour the Seattle area) in an urban area, but sites are very close and none are level. Staff is friendly. Wi-Fi is fast and robust most of the time. The dog run is outside the park through a locked gate adjacent to a housing development - inconvenient. We would probably look elsewhere when back in this area.
This park serves its intended purpose: provide a place to park for gamblers or overnight travelers. No amenities like rest rooms, showers, laundry, pool. You do get full hook ups, a level pad, a picnic table, and some grass. Water pressure is very high: 90 psi. Management deals with this by advising campers to turn off the water spigot when not in your camp site. That advice won't protect your plumbing from damage - only a water pressure regulator will do that. Friendly gal at the check in desk. Excellent food at 13 Moons - a restaurant in the casino.
This is a nice place to stay to see the area: charming island communities. We paid extra for view sites - worth it. Staff is friendly. Sites are crowded, but livable. Wi-Fi on upper level is stronger and therefore faster and more robust. We enjoyed our stay here.
This park has much to recommend it: wooded hillside environment, and its proximity to the charming community of Gig Harbor as well as the sights of Tacoma and Olympia. However, it is crowded with sites close to each other and jammed into every available foot of its hilly domaine. Leveling is a challenge, water pressure is low (30 psi or less), and gun shots from a nearby gun club make for a compromised camping experience. We had to use our water pump to make showers effective. 50 amp sites are scarce and some sites do not have sewer hookups. Staff and owners are friendly and helpful. Never-the-less, we enjoyed our stay: mainly because of Gig Harbor and all the boats.
We enjoyed our stay here in spite of the noise from trains, planes, and diesel trucks. Friendly and helpful staff. Well maintained and woodsy: very Oregon. WiFi was slow and inconsistently available. Very accessible from I-84 and to area sights. We would return again.
This park is in an attractive setting with lots of trees and grass. The gravel sites and roadways give it a rustic feel. Staff was friendly and helpful. An interesting sidelight is that they sell an assortment of local wines! Wi-Fi was adequate. Easy access from I-5, yet far enough to significantly reduce its noise. Nice park for an overnight. However, they recently changed their water source and were advising residents not to drink it or fill up their fresh water tanks. If this is a concern for you, ask about it when you call for a reservation. CA regulations require them to warn customers for a period of time. We chose not to use their water.
This small park is a charming place to enjoy its main attraction, the Rogue River. The manager is very friendly, helpful and eager to please. The I-5 is located across the river - a noisy distraction. We enjoyed this pleasant setting for an overnight stay.
A pleasant overnight stay along I-5. Owner is friendly and helpful given that he knows travelers like us are just one nighters. Sites are close, but tolerable. Wi-Fi is adequate. We have stayed here several times and will again.
This park lives up to all the rave reviews. Friendly staff, easy access from I-10 and Beaumont, great performing WiFi, and family friendly. It's barren appearance could benefit from additional landscaping and trees. Highly recommended.
As KOAs go, this a nice one. Pleasant environment, friendly and helpful staff, free Wi-Fi that is fast, robust, and reliable, large level sites, and conveniently located. However, guests are required to sign a waiver releasing the owner, Legacy RV Resorts, of any liability for personal injury or property loss. We have rarely encountered this requirement and find it a little troubling.
This a pleasant enough park for short term travelers like us who want to tour the area. Staff is friendly, helpful, and accommodating. We didn't use the fee based Wi-Fi. Traffic noise from I-95 is quite noticeable, but not bothersome to us. We would stay here again when in the area.
The unique design of this county park - sites are arranged like spokes on a wheel - makes it intriguing and delightful. Adjacent to several peach orchards, lots of trees and grass, gives it a rural park setting in an urban area. Friendly staff, pleasant setting, and convenient location to tour the area make it easy to recommend. However, it lacks Wi-Fi - except in the clubhouse, and no cable TV. Still, would stay here again.
Outstanding resort destination in every respect. We had an ocean site, and loved it. Friendly and helpful staff. Free WiFi is fast, reliable and robust. We enjoyed spending time visiting Key West. We had a thoroughly enjoyable tropical experience here.
A pleasant park with paved roads, grassy sites, and shade trees. Staff was friendly and helpful. Good security. Wi-Fi was free and reliable most of the time. Handy location to tour the area sights: Everglades and Biscayne National Parks. There is a Tiki Bar open four nights a week to the public!
This park is a gem and a great place to stay for all the reasons mentioned in other reviews. The manager is friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi is free, fast and robust. Great location to tour the area sights and parks - Everglades and Big Cypress. We enjoyed our stay very much.
Though this huge RV complex is devoted to sales and service, they provide an excellent park with all the amenities. Sites are a little crowded, but it was livable. Staff extremely friendly. WiFi was free, relatively reliable, and robust enough to stream Internet music sources. It is a good location to tour area sights. Not too many trees to interfere with satellite reception: just enough to be attractive. Recommended.
This is an attractive park with lots of amenities. Staff is friendly and helpful. Conveniently located to tour the area and see its main draw: Manatees. The Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park is a must see. We enjoyed our stay here.
An attractive park in an attractive area: lots of trees. We were parked in the front of the park which gave us adequate southern sky exposure for satellite reception. Free WiFi was moderately fast and broad enough for streaming music most of the time. However, it would occasionally freeze up or knock us off. Owner friendly and helpful. Gravel sites not real level, but livable. Convenient location to tour the area. Recommended.
This beautiful well designed park is truly a resort with all the amenities you could ask for or need. It would have deserved a ten if it didn't charge extra for cable and Wi-Fi, and if all the sites were as spacious as the high end sites. Staff very friendly and helpful. Excellent location to tour the area. We enjoyed our stay here.
Pleasant, quiet park that is conveniently located to tour the area. Friendly and helpful staff. Long pull through sites with adequate room for slide outs. Wifi unreliable, but adequate when working. Would stay here again.
This very basic park was adequate for our short stay to tour the area. The owner was friendly and helpful. Our pull through site was long and roomy. Wi-Fi was adequate, though froze up at times. Trees made placement of a portable satellite dish difficult. Pleasant enough to recommend.
This is a very attractive park: beautifully landscaped, wide cement pads and roads, and conveniently located to see Biloxi and the area. They did a nice job of redeveloping this park post Katrina. Very friendly staff. All the amenities are here. Would have rated it a ten if the wi-fi were more reliable. We would definitely stay here again.
This small, not especially attractive park has the additional burden of being located next to a busy street across which is a port-a-potty business and a storage yard for commercial trucks. On the plus side, it has easy access to highways and is a good location to tour this historically significant area. The park has drainage problems which made the enclosed dog run unusable and walking on the grass a soggy and muddy experience. The gravel pull throughs are long enough but not very level. When reserving the site by phone, the owner was pleasant , and the check in gal was friendly. Wi-fi was adequate with a laptop, but unreliable with a iPad. We enjoyed visiting Vicksburg, which made staying in this park tolerable.
Excellent park to tour a remarkable area full of history or to just relax and enjoy the Mississippi River and watch the barge traffic. Friendly staff, adequate amenities. We had a large pull through with a level cement pad on the north side of the office - no wi-fi signal here. Beautiful place to return to.
This is a beautiful well designed park that could be a destination or a temporary home while touring the area. The staff is friendly. Most sites have concrete pads, but not all are level. Sites also have picnic tables and fire rings. This park is wooded and on the banks of a reservoir - very peaceful and quiet. We enjoyed our stay here a lot.
This small, bare bones park is conveniently located to see the lovely community of Natchitoches and tour the surrounding area. A recent tornado damaged the restrooms, which were not yet repaired. The office was open part time and staffed by a friendly manager. The wifi was adequate for a laptop computer, but my iPad would not connect. The drone of idling Diesel engines in a nearby truck stop was mildly annoying. A greater annoyance was a stray lab wanting attention. We would stay here again.
An adequate park to stay in while touring the area. Friendly staff, serviceable wi-fi, long pull throughs. Close proximity to a dog shelter is a mild distraction. Pet owners need to avoid walking their dogs near the pond which is inhabited by an alligator. Close to the freeway. We would stay here again when in the area.
Very pleasant park, friendly staff, very pet friendly with two dog runs. Wi-Fi adequate when used at non peak times. We had a long pull through in the rear of the park that was quiet and close to the dog runs and had a clear view for our satellite dish. Some sites have cement pads. The rocks covering our grassy pad had mostly sunk into the ground, leaving ruts. This was the case for a number of other pads as well. Repairs are needed. We were able to level our coach, however. We would return again when in the area.
Very pleasant , attractively designed park. Friendly, helpful staff. Convenient location to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. We had a very long pull-through. We could not access their Wi-Fi. Verizon's signal is a strong 4G. Pool was being renovated. No satellite reception because of all the trees, but antenna reception was good. Will stay here again when in the area.
Very basic campground with few amenities. Our pull through site was narrow but adequate for us. Very friendly and helpful owner. Free wi-fi was fast and robust. Good location to see area sights. Extra charge for use of electric heaters and air conditioner. Use of coach washing machine forbidden as park is on a septic system.
Another excellent park in the Arizona State Park system. Sites are spacious and a comfortable distance from each other. Camp host is friendly and attentive. A windy winter storm cleared in time for us to enjoy the area sights. Water to the sites are turned off during winter months. We would camp here again when in the area.
This free campground has no hook ups, no dump station, and no water. Its main attraction is that it is located just outside the southern gate of the Petrified Forest National Park. It has fairly level sites , some with picnic tables. The friendly owners provide a place to dry camp adjacent to their gift shops to visitors of the park in hopes of encouraging sales, and we obliged - outstanding selection of polished petrified wood! For its value and location, it is worthwhile. We would stop here again when in the area.
We stop here every time we are in the area for the view sites and the gorgeous view of Las Cruces and the surrounding mountains. The gravel sites are spacious and fairly level. Friendly staff. Good location to see area sights.
Very homey atmosphere with lots of long term residents who are very welcoming of travelers. Friendly and helpful staff. Our pull through site was large and spacious though not very level. Great location to tour the area. Wi-Fi is free and relatively fast. I managed to stream music with no problems. Will stay here again when in the area.
This adult-oriented park intended to promote motorhome sales is well designed and a pleasure to camp in. It has spacious sites, paved roads, concrete patios with metal table and chairs, level crushed rock pads, and young adult citrus trees. Staff is friendly, facilities are modern, and the enclosed dog run is large. Convenient location to see area sights. Free Wi-Fi is slow and not designed for streaming music or videos. We enjoyed our stay here and will return when in the area.
Very nice park with lots of amenities. It is bordered by dunes and Pismo Creek, highlighting its great location. Friendly staff run this well groomed, family friendly park. The free Wi-Fi was adequate. Sites are narrow, giving it a crowded feel. Our site lacked 50 amp service and was not very level. We enjoyed our stay here.
This uniquely designed park is adjacent to the beach with a nice view of the Rock. Friendly and helpful staff. Free wi-fi is barely adequate. Sites are narrow; ours was level. We had a pleasant stay and will return.
This is a nice overnight stop along I-5. Very friendly and helpful staff. Facilities are adequate. Sites are narrow, but long enough to get into with the excellent guidance of the owner. Wi-Fi is free, but slow. A convenient location close to I-5. This was our second visit, and we will stop here again.
Very pleasant park: clean, attractive. Paved roads, concrete pads. A little difficult to find as you have to drive through a used car lot to get to the entrance to the park (look for small signs at ground level). Worth the trouble though. Friendly and helpful staff. Wi-Fi free and fast. Easy access to Redding. We would stay here again.
Pleasant forest environment. Friendly and helpful staff. Short walk to Diamond Lake and an establishment that serves great pizza and ice cream. Some sites are oddly configured: our pull through site shared the entry with two other adjacent sites. The main draw in the area is Crater Lake - stunning.
For a large park, this woodsy campground has roomy sites with lots of space between sites. Great location to visit area sights or just stay planted. No wi-fi at the site, and no sewer hookups. Friendly staff. We enjoyed being here and would return.
This small park is a jewel. You can't reserve a site here, but the gamble pays off big time. Friendly park host and rangers. Lots of adult trees, grass, and space between sites. Sites are large and navigable. We loved it here. Oregon State Parks can be proud.
Nice, clean park. Small for a KOA: no pool. Pet area is small and inhospitable. Pull through sites are long and level, but narrow. Wi-Fi is free and fast. Easy access to the town and area sights. We would camp here again.
A neat and clean park that looks young because there are no shade trees. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi is inconsistent and unreliable. No clearly defined dog run. Nice location and convenient for visiting WA wine country. We would stay here again.
A family oriented destination park. Friendly staff. Restricted Wi-Fi is free and fast. Excellent enclosed dog park. Sites are too narrow; our rig didn't fit the graveled site. Watering the grassy areas was a little intrusive. We enjoyed our stay here.
We loved this unique, well designed park. It provided a private, camping-in-the-woods experience that was charming. Because it is heavily wooded, sites were not easy to get into. The reason to come here is the park and the Ice fields Parkway. We would camp here again.
The "pull through" sites were parallel to the road and weren't long enough to accommodate our 40' motorhome plus tow car. The main reason to stay here is its close proximity to the community of Banff. It's a beautiful setting in a fabulously beautiful park. We would stay here again.
Very pleasant park and friendly staff. It felt like a city park with large trees, lots of grass, and plenty of space between sites. The only major downfall was the Wi-Fi: it was weak, unreliable, and largely unusable. Lots of mosquitoes.
Unique, charming, and a pleasant place to stay. Staff is friendly and go out of their way to be helpful. Baked goods are a real treat. Breakfasts are a special service as are evening campfires. Sites are spacious, paved, level, and the trees provide privacy as well as a woodsy environment. Convenient location to Glacier National Park - West Entrance.
Charming older park by the Flathead River. Pull through sites long but narrow. Moveable fire rings leave unsightly burn spots on the grass. Friendly staff. There is a dog run by the river, but there are "no dogs on the grass" signs everywhere.
An attractive park in an urban setting, very family oriented, friendly and helpful staff. A number of extras like an ice cream social, breakfast buffet, swimming pool, and several fenced-in dog runs. The deluxe pull-through sites were very long and had an adjoining parking place for the tow. Lots of shade trees. A pleasant destination park.
Very helpful, friendly staff. Well manicured park, close to the main attraction: Yellowstone Park, the west entrance. The site we were assigned, was too small for our 40' rig plus tow. Wi-Fi free and fast.
Very friendly, nice owners. Next to a highway currently under major construction. Located at Hoback Junction about 15 miles south of Jackson. Small park with only a handful of spaces for RV travelers on a first come, first serve basis. Snake River nearby. Dusty, difficult to park in a tight space. WiFi free and adequate.
Adequate for a stop over and touring the area, but not for enjoying a pleasant destination as it is a gaveled parking lot with no trees or grass. Attempts to "spruce" it up are in an early stage. The dog run is nice but over watered and unusable. Sites are close. Wi-Fi is free and moderately speedy. Freeway noise noticeable but didn't interfere with sleep.
This NPS campground is showing signs of budget restrictions: overgrown with weeds and untrimmed cottonwood trees which closed half the sites. Paved roads and sites, including pull through sites that can accommodate long coaches: are spacious, shaded and generally level. No utilities and no dump station. However, the ranger presentation was excellent. Has potential for being a lovely park if budget problems are resolved and it were appropriately maintained. The monument is draw enough to make staying here worthwhile.
Nice older park in a pretty location and convenient to area sights. Staff friendly and very helpful. Sites are narrow and difficult to access with our 40' rig. We had half of a double side-by-side pull-through site, which made for close proximity to our neighbor. Quiet and lots of shade trees. Recommended.
This newly redesigned park which is still expanding has spacious level sites, large cemented patios, and attractive landscaping is conveniently located to see the main attraction, Royal Gorge, and other sights. Park roads and sites are crushed rock which minimizes dust in windy conditions. Wi-Fi is free and fast. Friendly and helpful staff. Highly recommended.
This very basic park is in a very convenient location to see Canyon de Chelly. Space campers made it seem more sparse than it is. Paved roads and sites though leveling is a challenge. We enjoyed our stay in a pleasant location.
Delightfully pleasant park with lots of shade. Friendly staff who assist in parking rig and provide tasty pancake breakfasts. Gravel roads and sites so expect some dust. Some sites may provide some challenge in leveling. Most sites are paired in alternating directions. Pet friendly with a huge 2 acre pet playground. It is situated far enough from the highway so that noise is minimal. Good location to explore the area. We will return. Highly recommended.
Excellent location in Cortez to see Mesa Verde and the ruins in the area. Fairly quiet in spite of being close to the major highway running through Cortez. Pleasant staff. Shaded by mature Elm trees. We would stay here again.
Very pleasant RV park. Pet friendly: nice dog area and an area for grooming. Well groomed gravel sites. Gravel roads made it dusty though they did spray water on them to reduce the dust. We stayed only one night but would have stayed longer if we were visiting the area.