We often travel in New Mexico and stay at this park. Friendly staff and the park is very well kept, grass mowed, trees and shrubs pruned and weeds kept to a minimum. Our space was plenty wide enough to put out slides on both sides of our rig and long enough to park our truck in front of it. Our site was level, paved, and came with a small concrete patio and table. They placed us close to the dog run and next to a green space. Cable TV was good, could have used a program guide channel, though. This is our favorite park for overnight or longer stays when visiting Albuquerque. We will happily stay here again.
We've stayed at this park twice before and have had a fairly good experience. This time though we opted for a super premium end space and it turned out to be a doggie potty spot. One man stood just outside our space talking to a park staffer while his German Shepard did his thing. He walked away without cleaning it up and the staffer didn't say a thing. A large group of Country Coach people came in a row or two away and they all headed for our space with their dogs. We will by-pass this park in the future.
We were looking for a park new to us to stay in while in Redding and couldn't have picked a better place. Check in was easy, the staff was polite and we were given a space in the new section where our satellite dish would work. The owners keep this place extremely clean and neat. Even the long term residents spaces were neat. Our space had a level concrete pad with a paver patio and a nice table. The cable TV was very clear. Even though the park is close to the freeway, there is no freeway noise. Very quiet at night. Park is also close to a major market and drugstore as well as almost any other store you might need. We found the park to be very dog friendly. The owner is proud of his park and it shows everywhere you look. We will definitely stay here again.
We just spent three quiet and peaceful nights at this park. This place is dog friendly, people friendly and a great place to stay. The spaces are plenty wide enough and long enough if you aren't towing a 100' monstrosity. Our satellite dish worked great here and the cable was clear and joy to watch. We eat out a lot and there are several good restaurants in town for breakfast, lunch or/and dinner. Only complaint, and it isn't a big one, is that the park could do more to control the weeds growing in the long term tenants spaces. This park is going to be on our list of "stay at" parks as we travel on the I-5 Interstate. I would have rated this park a 10 except that the spaces are not level. They tend to slope down in front and down on the left side. The motorhome parked in the space in front of ours didn't have levelers and I don't know how they coped with the angle they were parked on. Anyway that aside this is a great park. On the plus side there is a great gas station with diesel and gas about 5 miles south of town off the I-5 at the Easy street off ramp. Open 24/7, lots of room for any size rig, and the price was the cheapest we found in the area.
There are times when even a triple 10 Trailer Life or a 5 star Woodalls rating will guarantee a good stay in a park. We were looking forward to spending a pleasant week here and our stay was not as expected. Upon checking in the space set aside for us was still occupied so we were shuffled off to a space with a noisy electrical transformer in the grassy area just outside our coach door. This park is unique in that all the electrical distribution transformers are placed in the middle pad next to the patio table. The electrical hookup pedestals are also oddly placed. I could sit at my neighbors patio table while plugging into the electrical outlet. When we asked to be assigned another space we were told to wait until the next morning and we could move. I went to the office in the morning and asked again to be moved. The clerk said someone was leaving and she would have the site checked and then assign it to us. The site checker called in and said the site was ready and we were allowed to move. When we pulled onto the site we found there had been a big sewage spill that covered about one third of the space. I went to the office again and asked that we either be moved or that the site be cleaned up. After about an hour a maintenance worked arrived and did a so-so job of cleaning up. We have been RVing for many years and have never been assigned a space with sewage on it. It certainly wasn't expected at such a highly rated park. The park staff never came to the site to see if we were happy, never apologized for the mess. We will definitely never stay at this poorly managed park again. I have written many reviews of other parks and have always been generous in giving high marks to marginal parks. This one barely deserved the 1/2 star.
This is our fourth stay at this park. Only one night this trip, we have stayed here longer. The area we like is the newer area in the back. Wide well kept spaces mostly pull throughs. There are a lot of long term residents in the middle of the park that are starting to visually bring the park down. As always the accumulation of clutter, wooden steps, decks and multiple BBQ's, just looks bad. However, the park is convenient to the I-5 freeway and there's a big gas station just outside the park where any size rig can fill up. We will stay here again as we often travel the I-5 on our trips.
We stayed a week here and loved this park. Wide, deep spaces paved with pavers and extremely well kept. First park in a long time where you didn't have to walk in wet grass to get to your vehicle. Very dog friendly, our two dogs liked the park too. Also the free paper and coffee in the morning was nice. A little expensive, but you get what you pay for. We will stay here again.
We wanted a park to stay in for a couple of nights on our way from Coeur D'Alene, ID to Bend, OR and this was a perfect place to do so. Although the park is about 75% full of full time residents, it was still neat and clean. We were assigned a pull through that although narrow was certainly fine for two nights. The park is very dog friendly, our satellite dish worked and the cable system was very good. The park store opens at 5:00 a.m., and sells breakfast items like biscuits and gravy. If we ever come to this area again, we will definitely stay here.
We stayed at this park about six weeks ago and were not very happy with the space assigned to. It was a pull through in row A under big trees that blocked our satellite reception. The site was not level, we had to raise our front tires off the ground a couple of inches and the cable TV was fuzzy. This time we were assigned a pull through in row E that we just loved. Very wide space, no big trees to block our satellite and the cable worked a little better. The park is very dog friendly, our space had lots of green grass and was plenty wide enough to walk the dogs in. Also the park is full of flowers that the staff works hard at keeping nice. If in Missoula again we will definitely stay at Jim and Mary's RV Park.
I've read a lot of reviews about Dick's RV Park, some good, some not so good. We've stayed here three different times and this last time was the best yet. The spaces are wide with green grass and a table in every space. The cable TV was the best cable we have ever had in an RV park. Clear picture and lots of channels. This park is located close to the Canadian border and lots of Albertans use this park. They come in groups and like to party. However, they didn't bother us. There is a major grocery and several restaurants within a mile or two and easy access to Great Falls. We would definitely stay there again if in the area.
Beautiful park. Friendly owners and staff and big spaces. Only problem was the cable TV. Blurry and/or full of static. We stayed in two different spaces and the cable was bad in both. However, our satellite worked just fine so poor cable wasn't such a big deal to us. We would stay there again.
We love this park. Out in the country with open views of fields and snowy mountains. Wide spaces and exceptionally well kept and clean. When we checked in our favorite spot was taken so the owner directed me to a back-in space and told me to pull straight in for better views. Turned out to be the best spot in the park. Very friendly management. Even though the park is in the open spaces, it is still only minutes from a town that is fun to visit. We found several restaurants we liked and more to try next time. There are interesting places to visit only a short drive away, Butte, Virginia City, Nevada City and Bannack State Park to name just a few. We like to drive through the countryside, find a small cafe for lunch and return to the park in time for dinner. This location offers several such places to drive to. We would definitely stay at this park again.
We stayed at this park a couple of years ago and was not happy with it. The park has changed though, and we were happy with the park this time. They have a strange double pull through section that takes a little getting used to. Easier to stay here in a motorhome than a trailer. Last time we stayed, they wouldn't let us walk our dogs in the park. Instead they wanted us to walk them across a busy street to a grassy area. This time they were dog friendly. The park was also much neater,cleaner and greener than before. Only problem we had was poor cable TV reception but they gave us a site that our satellite dish worked in so that wasn't a real problem for us. Not many choices for places to stay in Pocatello so we would stay here again if traveling through the area.
We stayed here a week and loved the park. Wide spaces, green grass between sites and the park was spotlessly clean. The park was very dog friendly. Our satellite dish had a clear shot at the sky and the cable TV system worked great. The rate we paid was the weekly rate, less than some KOA's we have recently stayed at that were not nearly as nice. This was one of the best parks we have stayed in and we have stayed in over 200 parks. We are returning to Salt Lake in a couple of months and will stay here again.
We have stayed at this park several times and have always been happy there. New owners are friendly, the park is extremely well kept and there is a new swimming pool. The park is popular with ATV riders as there are lots of trails in the area but they are gone most of the day and quiet at night. Unlike most other KOA parks there are not many fire rings which is a great plus with us as we don't like campfire smoke. The sites are wide and the grass is kept mowed and green. We would definitely stay there again.
This is the second time we have stayed at this park. The friendly staff found us a partly shaded site that also allowed us to use our rooftop satellite dish. The park was very clean, the owner was on site and friendly. The cable TV service worked fine. We had planned on staying only three nights and stayed over two more nights. There are plenty of good restaurants in town and lots to see in the area. We would definitely stay there again.
We have stayed in this park before. Each time it was a pleasant experience. Friendly staff, large level spaces and the cable TV worked fine. There is a very clean enclosed dog run. A little freeway noise at night but didn't keep us awake. We will stay there again on our way back from New Mexico.
We spend three weeks here almost every year for Christmas and New Years. Also occasionally book a space during wild flower season. This is our favorite California State Park. Lots of space between sites and the night sky is spectacular. The little town of Borrego Springs has a market and several good restaurants. The old town of Julian is about 30 minutes away and is fun to visit. If you like driving desert roads, there plenty of trails to travel. Dog friendly providing you keep your dog on a lease and off the hiking trails and open desert. There are hiking trails and a good visitor center. We will return here next Christmas.
I would have given this park a ten except that our premium space patio was coated with ashes, stained from something our dogs liked to sniff and had several puddles of grease from a previous camper's BBQ. Most of the other patios we saw were clean and unstained. Other than that, the park is very nice. The grass is well kept and the spaces are adequate. There is a large, clean fenced area to let your dogs off leash. There are also two other enclosed pet areas. One was designated for cats and was fully enclosed in chain link fencing. (First time we found that in a park). When you check in to a premium space they give you a coupon for a free night. We opted to stay another night and they let us use the coupon which lowered the cost of our stay by nearly $70. We would stay at this park again.
We stayed here three nights in a level culdesac back in space. The park was extremely neat, clean and all the utilities worked fine. Our site was one space away from a gate that gave us access to the dunes where we could run our dogs once we crossed a mostly unused street. Very quiet at night, we really enjoyed our stay there and would stay there again if in the area.
We spent three very quiet and pleasant nights at this park. Our site (25) was full hookup and in partial sunshine. Our roof top satellite dish worked fine which was good as there was no cable TV. This park is very dog friendly, except for the two dollars a day per dog extra charge. And the park is exceptionally clean. There were only a few other travelers staying there and we practically had the place to ourselves. There are old farm equipment on display and a nice small museum about early life in King City. We would stay here again.
We stayed here three nights. The rate included an extra daily charge of $2.00 for each of our two dogs in the new section of the park. The staff was friendly, our only contact with them was when we checked in. The new section is still being worked on. We had a space that faced the pond. The sites there vary a little in size, and all slope up in the back. The utilities are placed in the middle of the site so be careful if you have slides. The sites that had 5th wheels were too small for the big trucks to fit alongside so they all parked in the street. This could be a problem if you pulled in facing the pond and had to back out with a truck parked on the street behind you. We wanted to take our two dogs to the fenced in dog run but it was too full of dog waste for us. I don't think I would stay here again for that reason.
We've stayed twice at this park even though we do not like side by side hookups, and this park is all side by side hookups. The spaces are large though and we had no neighbors. The park is very clean and well kept. Lots of long term people and some are getting a little trashy. I would have given the park a ten except for that. This park is very dog friendly with a large enclosed dog run that is kept clean and free of excrement. The nightly rate with Good Sam and a cash discount is a real bargain for what you get. We didn't use the Wi-Fi but the cable TV was great. The noise from the freeway didn't bother us. We would stay here again during the off season.
I would have given this park a 10 except the site we were given was extremely narrow. Pull through site 19 was plenty long enough and level but just really narrow. The usable site width was only 14'8". With our coach placed so we could open the slides we couldn't walk past the coach to the rear. The driver side had a 6' steep slope up to the next site and the passenger side had a 3' drop off to the site below. You had to be very careful when stepping out of your coach. Still, the park was beautiful with the trees changing colors this time of year. The park was also very well kept and the staff was extremely friendly. Even with the narrow site we would stay here again. The park is convenient to town, gas stations and grocery stores.
This was our second stay at this park. We like the newer sites at the back near the pond. Our site was spacious and very long with a concrete patio and table. The utilities are placed correctly to allow for slides on each side. No other park in the area even comes close. They even deliver a paper to your site every morning. We also like that there are no "camp fires" allowed. Really don't like those fires. Pet friendly with a big fenced dog area by the pond. We will definitely stay here again when traveling up the I-5.
We stayed five nights in this very well kept park. Our site was level, the utilities were placed where they should be and the cable TV worked fine. They placed us in site 100 as we had stayed in that space before. The leaves were turning color making the park beautiful this time of year. We have two small dogs that had fun walking around the park meeting other small dogs. We especially liked the fact there were no campfires allowed. The laundry room was clean and all the machines worked. We would definitely stay there a third time if in the area.
We recently stayed three nights at this park and loved it. Very convenient to the town, restaurants and shopping. The park was exceptionally well kept and clean. We had a long back in space (73) that was wide enough to accommodate our slides and still access the coach steps while walking on the pad. There was a small patio with table at the rear of the site. The park is very dog friendly which is nice because we have two small dogs. The cable TV worked fine. There is a community gas fire pit with benches where you can sit and look out over the ocean. We really liked that there were no campfires allowed. We would definitely stay there again.
We stayed at this park for three nights while touring the area. It was perfect for our needs. Clean, not a trace of dog waste anywhere, we walked our two dogs all over the park and a clean park is important to us. The cable worked great, the electrical system was reliable and there was decent water pressure. Not a pretty park, we faced a hedge of dirty berry vines next to Hwy 101, and the trucks rolled by all night long. However, after many years of spending nights in RV parks, the noise didn't really bother us. Better a little road noise than noisy next door campers. There are some long term trailers here, but the people all seemed to go off to work during the day and didn't walk around at night. We would definitely stay at this park again.
We stayed three nights here in an ocean front site. The view was good, you can see the Yaquina Head lighthouse and the waves rolling in. However, the sites were high on a bluff fairly close together, and you couldn't see the actual shoreline unless you walked down a maintained path to a viewing area. The park was almost deserted, very few people staying there. The cable service was not good, disappointing considering what we paid for the site. If we were to stay there again we would opt for the cheapest sites $50 a night, a much better value.
We stayed here a week and was completely satisfied with our site. Our site (number 2) was a head in site facing the marina and next to the manager's cabin so we didn't have anyone on our right side. Very quiet at night and we could look out our windshield and see the lights reflected on the water. Lots of places to walk our dogs. Not much to the town but Port Orford is only a couple of miles north and you can find just about anything you need there. We would definitely stay there again.
We moved to this park after having electrical problems at a nearby park. Loved this place at first sight. Small, neat, clean, well kept and very friendly owners. The manager helped us back into our site which was a nice touch. We don't use pools or jacuzzi's so didn't miss them. The cable TV worked fine and the manager placed us in a site that allowed us to use our roof mounted satellite dish. (We can only record programs on satellite). We like Brookings and we love this park. Will definitely stay here again.
We had planned to stay at this park three days having looked it over before reserving a spot. However, the morning after we checked in we found we couldn't get our toaster to work and the microwave wasn't heating properly. I checked the voltage and found the site voltage to be down around 100 volts. We were afraid to use our appliances so we left early (bummer) and moved to a different RV park which we really like and will review later. We will definitely not stay at Driftwood RV again.
We liked this park even though we had asked for a 50 amp site for three nights and was given a 30 amp site. It seemed strange to us because the site next to ours was a 50 amp site and was used as a nightly site. The park was clean, well kept and the staff was friendly when around. The office was closed almost the whole three days we were there. They have installed a sprinkler system that goes off around 8:00 in the morning and if you are getting ready to move you can get really soaked trying to get ready to move. Overall though, we liked the park and would stay there again if in the area.
We were looking for a park we hadn't stayed in before and found this to be a very good park. Extremely clean and well kept. We found the staff to be very friendly. Not a big fan of side by side hookups the park was not full and the staff placed the incoming units at least one site apart. There was no sewer hookup at any of the sites though they do provide a "honey wagon" to keep your tanks empty. We asked for but didn't get a satellite friendly space but the cable was OK so we were happy. Loved the trails provided by the park, great for a morning cardio workout. We would stay there in the off season again.
We stayed here a week while visiting relatives in the area. We asked for and got a 50 amp site that was satellite friendly. However the site was not level. When the space next to ours became empty we asked to be moved there even though it was only a 30 amp site. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The new site worked well for us. We will visit this park again and try to get the same site as it is probably the best site in the whole park.
We frequently travel from Southern to Northern California usually driving the I-5. We wanted to try Hwy 99 and decided the Visalia KOA would be a good place to spend the night. We were not disappointed. Friendly staff, clean well kept park and generous spaces. We definitely will stay there again when in the area.
We wanted a park to stay at on our way south along the I-15 and this place was pretty near perfect. Easy to reach, neat and clean with a friendly staff. The park isn't pretty but for one night it was just fine. There are some long term residents but their spaces aren't junky or decrepid. We will definitely stay here again. The attached restaurant served us a really good steak and clam chowder. Nothing to complain about there either.
This is a really nice state park located right on the shore of Otter Creek Reservoir. There is group camping as well as individual sites. The pull through sites are paved but because they are double sites they are quite narrow. Our 32' motorhome couldn't be made to fit and open the slides so we moved to a very large overflow site and was happy there. Most sites can be reserved. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We stayed there with six other friends in separate spaces and all were happy with the park. This park is definitely one we would stay in again.
Very well kept park with friendly staff. I would have rated it higher if they had cable TV. Our space number 17 was suitable for satellite reception however and the regular antenna also worked well. The spaces there are pretty narrow. Many spaces that were pull throughs are now back-ins. We only stayed one night but would stay again if in the area.
We stayed here two nights after reading good reviews from other travelers. The park was clean and neat. We requested a space where our rooftop satellite dish would work but the space assigned had big trees blocking the signal. The cable TV system was good though. The site wasn't level, the front wheels of our motorhome lifted off the ground. There is an enclosed dog run but it was mostly dirt and very dusty. However, this is probably the best park in the area and we would stay here again.
This is one of our favorite parks to stay in when traveling through Kingman or spending time in the area. The staff is friendly, the park is clean and very well kept. The rates are low, probably because they don't offer cable TV or swimming pools, but that doesn't bother us. We had good satellite reception and many very good channels on our regular TV antenna. We will stay here again.
We picked this park because we wanted a small out in the country with just motorhomes and no park models. We couldn't have done better in this area. Large paved spaces, full hooks and the park is spotless. Quiet at night, there are no trains or freeways anywhere near here. There is a casino about a quarter mile away but the traffic does not extend into the park. We picked a "premium" space with no one behind us, just beautiful AZ desert. We like to feed the birds and the palo verde tree next to our site provided a perfect place to hang a feeder. We've had many different birds enjoy the feeder just a few feet outside our dining table windows.
We picked this park because we wanted to be close to Tucson but not right downtown. The park suited us perfectly. The staff was friendly, the park was clean even if a little weedy in spots. We also like to eat out at different types of restaurants and two of our favorites were short drives away. Casa Riviera in Oracle is a local favorite serving very good Mexican food. Another is the Bison Witch, a restaurant bar in old Tucson on 4th st. The sandwiches there are great. You can, as we did, drive to Tucson on the Frontage roads and avoid the sometimes heavy freeway traffic. Would have rated the park higher but the spaces are pretty narrow and the pull throughs do not have concrete patios like the back in spaces do. Would stay there again if in the area.
We pulled into Lordsburg KOA for an overnight stay. Our site was on the end of a row with a road running right next to us. Other than that the park was clean, quiet and convenient. We have stayed there before and if traveling along the I-10 in that area we will probably stay there again. Our site was reserved and we left early the next morning and we did not meet the office staff.
This is one of New Mexico's best state parks. We stayed in the Lions Beach loop and our site had a great view of the lake. Each site comes with 30amps, water, concrete pad with Cabana and paved parking. Only drawback, no sewer. Our weeks stay there was so nice we extended our time there five additional nights. The camp hosts were very friendly, the campground was spotless. We have stayed here before and will stay there again.
Great place to spend a night when driving across Texas. Clean wide spaces. Our satellite and Verizon broadband worked fine but the cable TV didn't work well. The enclosed dog run was small and one side was full of waste. We did like the Kafe and was served a good dinner by the friendly staff. The park is very easy to get to off the I-10. There is a good access gas station for motorhomes with a tow in town. We would not hesitate to stay here again.
We were looking for a place to spend two nights while driving across Texas on the 1-10. We couldn't have done better than here. Nice clean park, wide spaces and dog friendly. Easy access from the freeway and very quiet at night. The cable TV was clear and our satellite dish worked great too. We really appreciated the little cafe at the park. The staff was friendly at both the park and the cafe. We enjoyed both our dinner and breakfast. The food was great, the service excellent and the price was very reasonable. We would stay here again.
Very nice park. Wide paved access roads, concrete pads and patios with new tables. This is the best private park we have stayed at (and we have stayed at close to 200 parks). The grass is real green grass not watered weeds and is kept mowed and edged as if it were a golf course. There is no fenced dog run but we found the park to be pet friendly. We stayed there four nights and would definitely stay there again.
We found this to be a great park to spend the night. Yes, there were trains, but we are used to trains so they didn't really bother us. We liked the wide, pull through spaces with tables. Nice park to walk one's dogs in. There is even a small enclosed dog run. Park is located about five miles from a town in either direction along the I-10. You can find just about anything you need in Columbus. We would definitely stay here again.
We spent two nights at this park and found it to be very quiet here. The park was nearly deserted, about six full timers in backin sites off to the side and only two other travelers the first night. The second night only one other traveler pulled in. The park was clean and neat. The water park area wasn't open yet so we don't know what that was like. We would stay here again if traveling in the area.
We picked this park after reading several favorable reviews. Thankfully we were not disappointed. Our week stay here was very pleasant. Close to restaurants (including two Food Network Triple D) and the gulf beaches. The park is dog friendly with several places to walk your pets. Sites are level and paved. We requested and was assigned a pull through site that allowed us to use or rooftop satellite dish. The cable TV system was a little fuzzy or we would have given the park five stars. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here two nights and loved the place. Long backin sites with wooden decks. Lots of places to walk to and a very nice nature center. Our only problem was the fire ant nest next to the driveway. We were able to use our roof top satellite dish. We would stay here again.
We liked this park. The spaces are paved, deep and immaculately kept. We have two dogs and really appreciated the large, clean, enclosed dog run. The best dog park we have found in an RV resort. The cable TV system worked fine and with no trees so did our rooftop satellite dish. We would definitely stay here again. We travel in a motorhome.
We spent nine days here in the newer section. Our site (134) was open and sunny and our roof top satellite dish worked. The park is clean and neat, the new laundry room has plenty of washers/dryers, and the staff was very friendly. One of the top four parks we have stayed in during our yearlong trip around the US and Canada.
We read favorable reviews about the Wilderness RV Park Estates and decided to see what the park was about and pick out a site we liked. Our choice, site P-89 was in the Preserve section for Class A motorhomes. When we arrived to start our stay we were led to the site only to find the electrical was not working. The staff gave us a site nearby and the next day after the electric was repaired we moved to our preferred space. While hooking up we discovered there was no cable TV connection. Another trip to the office and we were provided a long cable connection to an adjacent site. OK as long as the site wasn't rented during our eight day stay and fortunately it wasn't. The sites have large level concrete pads, easy to pull in and out of and the streets are wide and paved. The staff was friendly if uninformed about the site conditions. The Preserve section is well kept, the sites large and spaced far apart. We enjoyed our stay there except for two things. The park is getting heavily infested with fire ants, there were mounds all around our site and the Preserve section in general. The other problem was although the park has strict requirements to pick up after ones pets, lots of people don't and the large grassy areas are full of waste. The restaurant located at the entrance to the park is open for breakfast and lunch, the owners are friendly and the food is good. We would return to stay again if not for the fire ants.
We arrived at this park after a heavy rain. The roads are not paved or graveled and were very muddy with lots of big puddles. Fortunately our pull through site did not have any puddles. The pool was dirty and green and the promised breakfast was not set up at the appointed time. The sun came out for a few hours on our second day here and someone in a big truck started driving around pulling a drag trying to smooth the road. All he accomplished however was to spread the mud over all the dry spots making the roads even worse. We did use the laundry room though and it was nice and spacious. If you have pets be careful as there are fire ants at this park. We felt the staff was a little distant and not especially friendly. The park might be a nice place to stay in the spring or summer but we wouldn't stay there in the winter again.
We spent a week at this park in early November. We liked the park so much we returned January 2, 2011, to stay till the end of the month. Spaces here are wide, far apart, paved and level. Not much landscaping except that done by the deeded owners. Although there are a few park model units, most of the full timers have trailers or motorhomes, and the sites are well kept. The park is close to Disney World and other local attractions. Office staff has been friendly with lots of planned activities. We found the park to be very pet friendly, with lots of RVer's walking their dogs and enjoying a few minutes of friendly chatter. We did not use the provided WiFi preferring instead to use our air card and the Verizon connection was good. The provided cable TV was excellent with lots of channels to choose from. We like open spaces with no trees because of our roof top mounted satellite dish, and there are plenty to choose from here. We would certainly stay here again.
We stayed here for a week in early December planning to move on to Miami. We left the park and moved to Ft Myers for a week to have repairs made on our motorhome. While there we decided that we liked Neapolitan Cove RV Resort so much that we returned and spent an additional two weeks there over the holidays. The staff was friendly, the park nicely landscaped, extremely well kept, and we felt at home there. The park is conveniently located close to markets, stores and restaurants. The first time we were there we stayed in a pull through site that we liked very much. On our return we stayed in a back in site that was also very nice. The park is pet friendly, and we had no trouble walking our two small dogs. We would definitely stay there again.