What a gem! Almost a 10. One of the nicest NF campgrounds we've been to. The sites and the road from the highway is paved. The southern loop is flat with several pull through sites large enough for big rigs. The trees are juniper/ponderosa mix. The northern loop appears to be older and the sites are not as flat, but it has lots of big ponderosa pines to keep your rig cool in the summer. At least 75% of the sites were not taken or reserved when we arrived at 3pm.
Way overpriced for what you get. You will scratch your vehicle. If you want shade only a couple of sites will have it. Bring a shovel. Trying to get level, even with 4 inches of boards a blocks, took us an hour. Half the sites have a very steep entrance or exit to them. We would not not back. Campsites are reservable, and the lack of reservations should have been a clue.
The biggest negative is tightness of the sites. Big fifth wheels will have problems parking if the place is full. No Wi-Fi. Wired Internet service is in the rec room and it's fast. Mosquitoes can be a problem in June. The office staff was helpful when we needed to extend our stay one night. The location was right for us.
The park is 6 miles west of town. The other RV park was full so we stayed here. It is very high priced for what you get. All sites are pull-throughs. Many sites are occupied by seasonal workers. Facilities are minimal; 2 men's and 2 ladies' rest rooms with shower. Washer and dryers are in the ladies room. No office and no supplies for sale. There is grass between the sites and a few have picnic tables. Water hookups might require a extra hose. RR tracks are nearby but trains are not frequent. One of the most spartan RV parks we've ever seen.
This RV park is the most cramped park I've ever stayed at. It took several attempts at parking our rig to avoid hitting the awning of our neighbor. When finally parked our steps encroached on our other neighbors territory. There is only 1 men's toilet. They use Tengo Internet which gets disabled for you 4 hours after you initially connect. With the park 1/2 full we had trouble staying connected. Most sites are 15 amp back ins with no circuit breaker. The best part about this park is it's location as once you're parked you don't need a vehicle.
This park rates a 5 at best. The sites are very tight. We could not put down our awning because we have to park our truck very close to our rig. No water at each site as 4 sites have to share a water tree (4 outlets on 1 pipe). We were lucky in that our sewer connection was close to our rig, some had to run a 30 foot sewer hose. The sewer connections were not threaded or sealed in any way, so just stick your hose into it and hope it doesn't come out. No cable TV in the $42 price. The back-in sites are on the blind side for the driver. The location was good. A Costco is across the street. A supermarket is close by. The city paved trail system is 1/4 mile away. It's not far from tourist attractions. I would have picked a different RV park, if the reviews for Anchorage said there was something better.
We stayed here because there were decent supermarkets for us to stock up as our next stop was for 8 nights and a long ways from shopping. It's basically a gravel lot with hookups, just off exit 255. Take your own paper if you want to use the toilet. Most sites are vacant except for the occasional long term tenant. No credit cards. Self registration is likely.
We stayed 8 nights and used the weekly rate. We chose here because we were too large to use the NF campgrounds. I was hoping for shade as the campground in a national forest, but the campground was in a clear cut, so we were glad we had A/C. WiFi was available only near the office. There are only 2 washers and dryers that worked, but they're not available on Sundays. Showers cost $5 for 8 minutes. There is only one men's toilet and it was 300 yards from our RV. The gravel for our site was soft, making it difficult to get level. No cable TV and over-the-air TV was spotty, except for Retro TV network. 30 day cancellation notice required if you stay over a weekend. When we checked in we were never told that the restrooms were locked and we were not given the combination. The office closes at 6pm. Not a good value for what you get.
There are very nice and clean bathrooms. A good place out in the country but not too far away from town; a 5 to 10 minute drive. There are very friendly staff that seems to be always working on the park somewhere. We would stay here again.
It's the location!! The RV park itself is poorly maintained and is crumbling apart. It's tight for big rigs but doable if they know you have a big rig. It's evident that they replaced the electrical system not too long ago and added some cable tv. The location at the Grand Canyon give it a rating 3 or 4 levels higher than it would have otherwise received.
We stayed here because of the golf course. The RV park is quite small. The entrance road is narrow and a bit steep in places. For once the back in site was on the driver's visible side not the blind side. Lots of shade late in the afternoon because of the big hill with tall trees to the west. There is nothing special about the RV park other than it is on the golf course which we liked.
Quite nice RV park that was convenient to Salt Lake City. The negative points would be freeway noise, ugly oil refineries (but it is located in an industrial area), and it's impossible for 5th wheels to avoid running over sprinkler heads in the pull through sites. There is a very nice bike trail just 200 feet outside a side gate that we used several times. The park was very well maintained, the bathrooms very clean, and the staff very helpful and friendly.
This is a brand new RV park. They were paving the entrance road while we were there. The interior roads are paved but the pads are soft gravel. As time goes by the gravel should pack down. Many pull through site and some back in sites. A convenient location in a business park in the Edmonton suburb of St. Albert. Very clean bathrooms. No laundry at park and the only laundry in St Albert is very expensive. It is overpriced considering there is no cable TV, no laundry, no swimming pool, no internet (Wi-Fi). There is a very nice paved bicycle trail just outside the entrance that we used several times on bike and on foot.
One of the nicest places to stay anywhere. That it's a little far from Spokane, is about the only real complaint that I have. If you like to golf, then it's a really great place as the golf course is pretty darn nice, and less than $20 for RV park customers.
If you arrive from east of the Cascades and want to leave going east, there is not much choice. Due to its location next to a river that frequently floods, there are no sewer hookups and the electric connection is 6 feet above ground at the top of a stairs. There is a dump station. We stayed here a week and it appeared that the bathrooms were never cleaned, nor soap ever provided. Toilet paper was provided. There are only two men's showers for the entire RV park. We stayed here 4 years ago, and it's a lot worse now. I'm not sure I would stay here again.
Great campground. I gave it only an 8 because we have a big 5th wheel and most sites aren't suitable for this type of rig. We tried backing into to three different site and the turns were too sharp to make without hitting trees. We eventually found a site we could back into, be we still ended up having to drive off the pavement, on the roadway not the spur, to park the rig. Also, almost all spur require you to backup to the right, which is your blind side. Other than that, it was a great place.
Lots of very big cottonwood trees means lots of cotton flying around. Some sites are very close to a downhill freeway exit with trucks using air brakes, which makes it a bit noisy at times. The sites were large and easy to maneuver in and out with a lot of space between sites. Nice bathrooms and lobby.
The owners of this park are very friendly and accommodating. They understand that they are there for the customer. Lots of shade trees. Swimming pool for the kids. Plenty of room between sites for a private RV park. Nights were quiet as it was far enough way from busy roads. We were quite happy and would come back again. Free WiFi with a good signal.
This is an RV park that is occupied mostly by monthly renters that are not present. I suspect that people from Phoenix put their trailer there, pay monthly rent, and come up on the weekends. Lots of big trees so if satellite TV is important (it wasn't for us) call ahead to see of they have a suitable spot for you. It's an adult oriented park, with nothing for kids to do. No bathrooms. Staff was very friendly! Our site was a pull through.
First of all, there is NO Upper Wahweap Campground. There is only ONE campground at Wahweap. There appears to be a mobile home park for employees higher up on the hill. It could have been an upper campground in previous years. Wahweap has loops for full hookups, and loops for no hookups. The first site, a pull through, they put us into, B1, was too sharp of a turn for a big 5th wheel. We damaged our refrigerator vent (our fault). To avoid that would have meant backing back out or driving off a 6 inch ledge. The back in sites were much easier to negotiate! And many of them are double wide. The views are fantastic! The bathrooms were great. The Wi-Fi was awful, as throughput is faster on a cell phone. At $43 it is the most expensive campground that we ever stayed at. Sites without hookups are $19. After two nights we moved 5 miles up the lake to Lone Rock where you get random dry camping on the beach for $10. A lower price would have gotten a higher rating. Without the views the rating would have been lower.
We don't usually stay at KOA's, so this was our 3rd choice for a couple of nights. Our first choice was hard to turn off the highway, and the second was out of business. This is probably the best KOA we've ever stayed at, and we've stayed at over 100 RV parks in the last 4 years, so that includes more than a few KOA's. The staff was friendly, the sites were large, picnic tables at every site, the park was quiet, large trees everywhere but far enough away for our big 5th wheel, nice grass between sites, the bathrooms while old were clean and spotless, and the Wi-Fi was strong and responsive. I'm a really tough grader so a grade of 9 doesn't come easy.
This RV park is inhabited mostly by permanent residents occupying older RVs, trailers and motorhomes. It appears they keep a few sites for overnight and short term guests. The daily rate is $24, but they accept Passport America members for a nightly rate of $12. $2 extra for electric heat or a/c, $2 for cable TV, $2 for WiFi, etc. $24 is a bit high for this place in my opinion. Sites are all back in, which may be difficult for some rigs. The bathrooms weren't maintained very well and out of TP. The managers were very friendly and courteous. We stayed 4 nights which paid for our PA membership. We have a 34 foot 5th wheel so they put us into their largest spot, which was next to the sewer pump.
For the Seattle area, this is probably the best place to stay, unless television is important to you. Due to trees and hills, your satellite dish probably won't work and cable TV is limited. The area is well maintained and the office staff friendly. They ask that you use boards under your jacks, a reasonable request, because the pavement is very soft. They'll supply the boards too. Many sites that back up to the lake are quite unlevel. Coffee and cookies are available in the office. There are a good number of longer term, multiple month, customers here, and all their rigs are nice and neat. Some back in sites can be tight for larger 5th wheels to negotiate, so be sure to tell them your length. Much better than the asphalt parking lots of much of the competition.
It's nice to pull into an RV park and not have to do any leveling. The sites are wide and if in a pull through, very long. The back-in sites are shorter but long enough for all but the biggest rigs. The office is open late, 10pm, which is nice. The park is mostly laid out quite well. The staff was friendly and helpful. We wanted to extend our stay from 7 to 11 nights. Initially they said we'd have to move, but come the morning of the move, they called us and said we could stay in our site. I've rated a lot of parks, as we are full timers, and this is one of the best. It only merits an 8 because the WiFi is available only in the office/lounge, the back-in sites are mostly on the blind side, the exit has a difficult view, and for some the freeway noise will be high.
They use Resort in the name, but it's not, unless Resort means game room, pool table, and horseshoes. The staff was friendly and helpful. The WiFi is usable only by the office and it costs $10/day. The most expensive I've ever seen. The lower mens bathroom was poorly maintained. The showers had mold and mildew growing extensively. The caulking was the worst I've ever seen. Access in and to the site was good. At least 75% of the sites are occupied by seasonal residents as it's 10 - 15 degrees cooler than Boise in the summer. The park is quiet.
This is a National Park campground, designed 50 years ago for tenting. All sites have lots of trees, picnic tables, and grills. Comfort Stations (toilets) a usually a short walk away. Showers are back at the village laundry center and cost $3.50. Most of the sites I saw were pull throughs, but there were a few back in sites. The pull through sites are curved and can be quite tight for big rigs, particularly 5th wheel trailer. You will be parallel to the loop road. The sites are fairly level but expect to use a board or two under the tires. Generator hours are 8am to 8pm but expect someone nearby to not know or not care about the restricted generator hours. If you want to run a generator be sure to ask for a generator site, as the loop I was on was a generator loop but some sites were posted "no generators". The RV Park next door was full every night, but this campground never filled up, but came close. This campground is first come first serve.
This RV park used to be the Riverside RV park. It has a new owner, new name, etc. Large shady cottonwoods and along the Wind River 3 miles east of Dubois. The new owners have put a lot of investment into the park. It is in a very pleasant and peaceful setting. New gravel, new electrical, new spotless individual bathrooms, new long pull-through sites, new WiFi, etc. Lots of space between most sites. It would have rated a 10 if there was one more dryer in the laundry. (The laundry room has space and wiring for additional washers and dryers.) Note: some of the older sites don't have cable TV, which we didn't care about anyway. We would stay here again.
Excellent place. Owners are friendly and live on site. Good utilities in the proper location. Lots of people come in for one night only beginning at 3pm. We were there for 4 nights M-TH and most nights they were pretty full. The Tornado sirens came on one afternoon and they went around informing people and let them use the basement of the house. Fortunately the tornado was 10 miles away near the state line. No fee for movie rentals, just a deposit. WiFi tended to be up and down otherwise they would have been rated a 10.
We chose this RV park because of the negative reviews of the other parks. Some of those negative reviews were not accurate. Manor is occupied mostly by seasonal people, i.e. they are here for the summer. They do have a number of nightly or weekly sites available. Most interior roads are paved, unlike most parks in the area. The park has two major sections, the hill and the flatland. A hill site would be difficult to park a big rig. The spacing is typical for a private RV park. The seasonal people keep their site very neat and clean. The staff was very friendly and helpful. WiFi signal was strong in our space. Because of the hill ingress and egress to and from the park with a big rig isn't easy, but you only do that once. Spruce RV park is on the other side of the fence which is mostly open. We stayed here a week.
A bit expensive for what you get. Some sites have large nearby shade trees. $35 for full hookups less Good Sam discount. Don't arrive between 12 and 1 as the office will be closed and the telephone not answered. The center bathrooms/laundry was better looking than most people have in their homes (5*). At least half the sites are monthly residents with a few children. It was pretty quiet all the time we were there. WiFi is from TengoNet for extra $. Sometimes a stray WiFi signal would come through.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We orginally wanted a 7 night reservation, but the could only give us 5 nights due to a big event. After a couple nights they had a cancelation and gave us 3 more nights. This was great as we were using Passport America discount and it was good for all 8 nights during the high season and during a huge event in Moab. The full price ($29) was a bit high for what you get, but since the city was sold out I'm not complaining at all. Not every big rig will fit every site. We had to park our 34' 5th wheel at an angle to fit into our space. The bathrooms are small so take your shower in your RV. The Wi-Fi worked well from our space.
Fantastic views out our back window!! Nothing fancy here, but you get what you need. We spent 5 nights seeing the sites of the area. Lower elevation than surrounding area so the nights were warmer. No cell phone service (Verizon) except out by the highway, same with the WiFi. Owner is very nice and accommodating.
Great Views. Good park to visit Capitol Reef NP from. Friendly staff. If you like buying trinkets, hats, and shirts, they are well stocked. The sites are large, spacious, and we saw only pull throughs. At 7000 feet elevation the nights can be cold. We had a hard freeze in late April.
If you have a big rig, you'll want to use Loop C as those sites are larger. Lots of deer are in the campground, so watch where you step. The setting is very nice in the trees with great views from some sites. If you like to hike there are several trails that leave from the campground. The views from the Cohab Canyon Trail were fantastic.
The park was easy to find. The site assigned to us was too small for our rig. The next site had no water unless you had very long hose as the neighboring site had two faucets. When we asked the owner about it he said that everyone should have a 75 foot water hose and an electric extension cord. The bathrooms were mediocre. The owner had lots of petty rules, such as no mats on ground, even on gravel. I would not stay here again.
Voyager has everything except WiFi at your site. 2 outdoor and 1 indoor pool. 2 spas. Tennis courts, pickleball courts, bocce ball, fantastic library, restaurant, and a lot more. You pay a lot and you get a lot. Most sites are occupied by park models on a yearly lease.
Primarily a seasonal resort with mostly snowbirds, but they do have a number of nightly spaces available. Nice pool and clubhouse with lots of organized activities in the winter. The staff is friendly and the restrooms clean. Pull throughs are saved for short-termers. The shade trees are a little sparse. Nice widely paved roads. Good library with clubhouse supplied computer for Internet access. Free WiFi available too.
Great State Park. We stayed in loop B. The bathrooms were the nicest I've ever seen in a state park. The camp sites are very wide with a lot of space between sites. If you position your rig right you get great views. The parking area for your site was paved. Hiking was available right from the campground. Some people, however, were over-staying the 14 day limit, which wasn't being enforced.
You get what you pay for. A large asphalt parking lot with full hookups near a Casino. The check-in person talks to you only if she has to. The bathrooms were dirty, out of hand soap for days, and outsiders prop open the door to let others in. Half the machines in the laundry were out of order. There is a good WiFi signal at the motel next door, but it doesn't reach the RV park. The buffet in the casino was OK and changes every day.