We have stayed here many times in the past. The location on Cerrillos Road is the big draw. The sites are all gravel with no grass. We used a back in that was good because the west sun was away from our door so the heat of the day was not as intense. Everyone in the park was friendly. There are only a few back in 50A sites. You will need 30 feet of sewer line as well as water lines. All the hookups are at the back of the site. The WiFi was OK. Our satellite worked great because the AZ was 183 degrees which was away from the RV Park. I get the feeling that new park management is trying to keep the park in good condition. There were fewer permanent residents than what I remember from the past. It seems that most Santa Fe parks have done away with cable service but with no change in price. We may try another park next time to see if there is a difference. The Santa Fe bus stop is close and we use it all the time to go downtown. Seniors can ride all day for $1! Food shopping and other shopping is just south on Cerrillos Road.
We had stayed here a few years ago and was not really impressed. We stayed this time, and the park is really a great place to stop for a night or stay longer in the area if needed. Great pull throughs, excellent power, water, sewer. WiFi is very good. The location outside Ft. Stockton in the country is very nice--great sunsets and sunrises. The office manager is wonderful, and the park shows that they care about it. Nice grass areas between the sites and plenty of room to move around the RV park to park. Easy access to Ft. Stockton for fuel, shopping for supplies or just sightseeing. We would definitely stay here again.
We are here for a family gathering and the park has all the facilities for our use--water park, swimming pools, play grounds, indoor activities for the kids, and lots of shade. The staff is attentive and very busy. It is a large park with lots of spaces and cabins. We were here during the week so I don't know about weekends and how busy it maybe. We were able to get the television that we needed--not that much because we were busy doing other things. Yes we would return.
We selected this park because it was near our grandkids and had 4 swimming pools along with playground equipment for them. The park is well laid out with cabins and RV sites. We had a nice back-in site with great shade especially in the afternoon when the heat can be high. The pools were set up for adults, family, and children. The pools were GREAT. The owner is on site and very friendly. The nine hole Par 3 golf course was also nice looking--I did not have time to play. We will definitely return.
This RV Park is in a great location to visit all the historic sites in the Boston Area. The staff is very helpful in recommending touring sites like the Minute Man Historic National Park. The MBTA Commuter Rail station is about 4 miles away with good parking. The park is great with lots of trees and good water, electric and Wi-Fi. The laundry works very well. The local area has diesel, restaurants and shops. We would definitely return here.
This is a large RV Park but its location near Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park makes its location excellent. It has the longest pull throughs that I have ever seen--most about 200 feet long. Lots of room between sites. Wi-Fi was up and down but did work sufficiently to get along. We would stay there again. Good restaurants nearby and the staff was very friendly and helpful. They had great information on how to see Acadia NP and the local area.
We stayed here through hurricane Irene--extended out stay to avoid the weather. Excellent back-in and pull through sites. The Wi-Fi works very well, cable at all sites, and there is a small local restaurant nearby. Good access from Billings Road and easy access to Bangor and services along US 2. We would stay here again. One of the best small RV Parks we have stayed in.
A very nice park about 1 mile off I-44. The rate is for the Good Sam discount with an additional $5 off. The park is well designed with a lot of seasonal campers who leave their RV's at the park. Everyone is very friendly. The Wi-Fi works well and we enjoyed the evening watching the lightning bugs. We would stop here again.
Easy access off I-44. While the park is near the Highway the road noise was not bad. Nice pull thrus with tall trees through out the park. The trees did not interfere with pulling the trailer to the site. We would definitely stop here again. Wi-Fi worked great.
We stayed a week in this very nice park. The sites are long enough for a 37 foot 5'er. The park requires that you parallel park next to your rig, that was not a problem. The location is very quiet and next to the marina. WiFi and cable TV worked as expected. We would return to this park in the future.
We stayed here because of its close location to Seattle, the park gets a 9 for location. But there are so many other issues that I had to rate the park low. The management is enthusiastic but this is an older park with very short sites. The trees have been here are more than 30 years and are in need of a severe pruning or removal. There are just a few premium back in sites that could fit a large 5th wheel like ours. The electric and water site in front of my site (124) is only 25 feet long. My truck is 22 feet long. Fortunately no one is staying in these sites. We would not stay here again under any conditions.
We stayed here on a through trip to northern California. This is a true RV Resort. The cafe was really great with wonderful food. We met friends from the area for dinner and had a great time. The sites were nice with grass adjacent to the gravel parking area. We would definitely return if we were in the area. One note: if you exit the expressway heading south to White Lane, to make the right turn to White Lane, there are 2 turn lanes: stay in the left lane. This is because the road to the park is the next intersection.
We stayed 3 nights here to visit Sequoia and Kings Cyn NP. The drive to Kings Canyon was about a 180 mile round trip so it took some time but was well worth the trip. This is a very family oriented park. We were in site 25 that was narrow but we fit. Because of the trees we had to back out of the pull through due to the length of our 5th wheel. We found all the needed services in Three Rivers: diesel, food. The WiFi was spotty, but worked at a minimum level.
We stayed here in October 2009, and the repeat visit was well worth it. The owners take excellent care of the facilities and it shows: clean, everything works, great layout. In the summer they offerred an evening meal plus ice cream for about $7/plate and free cowboy music. We did not eat but did enjoy the music until the rain chased us back to the RV. We would stay here again.
We have stayed here many times over the past few years. We like this park because of its location on Cerrillos Road and the bus stop is nearby to get to the Plaza. Since we had stayed here before we knew the cable TV hook up was at the entrance to our site with the water. The 50amp power is in the center. I have long enough hoses and cables to make everything work. The price has gone up alot. For this price everything should work but the WiFi was spotty at best. We would stay here again due to the location since the other parks are further away from town.
We chose this park because it had easy access from the south and it did. The directions for arrival were very good. The pull through sites were some of the best we have ever been in. The sites were very long and wide. We had a site with a large tree that shaded most of the RV. The staff were friendly. The WiFi worked at the office but that is what we were told. We stayed overnight and would definitely return to this park.
We camped here for an overnight stop. The park is easy to get to and has alot of room to move your rig into position for the pull throughs. The view is really spectacular: on a hill top to the west of Ft. Stockton. WiFi is very good. The pool looked very nice but we did not use it. Since this is a new park, all the electrical, water and sewer hookups were excellent. It is far enough away from I-10 so that there is no highway noise. Alot of working folks are here but we noticed that at several other parks in this area. We would definitely stop here again.
We camped here as an overnight stop while heading to Frisco, Texas. The park is near the highway, but there is little traffic and no noise. Alot of campers appear to be working in the area. There is a rodeo this weekend and that brought in people. A very good overnight spot with a great BBQ place: had 8 BBQs about .5 miles north. No cable TV is a little bit of a downer, but not an issue for 1 night and I did not set up my satellite dish. Site are level, long pull throughs and very clean. The office and park staff are very nice. I recommend a reservation even for an overnight stop because the park is small and can fill up quickly. Also there is an easy access Allsup (Fina) station north on US 281 about 1 mile, that has the best diesel prices in town and has lots of room to get fuel.
The USA RV Park was one of the easiest to get to from I-40. The spaces were wide, long and level. We had space 100 that was next to the laundry that was very good. The owner was very helpful especially about local information. He provided great directions to the Hubbell Trading Post and to/from Canyon de Chelly--a trip we made with an overnight stop in Chinle in a motel. There are so many attractions around Gallup and we enjoyed El Morro, the Wolf Sanctuary, and the trip to Canyon de Chelly. A special treat was dinner at the El Rancho Motel and Restaurant that was opened in 1937. All the movie stars stayed there in the 50's-60's while filming around Gallup. The food was great and reasonable. The Gallup Visitors Center in the old train station was also great!
Easy access off I-10 and about 1/10 mile north. Even though it is near the interstate, there was little to no highway noise. The sites were gravel and easy to pull through. The office staff was very nice and competent. The park had about 50% long term residents. There is no cable TV but the digital, on-the air signal is good. We would stay there again next time we transit the area.
This RV Park is part of an established mobile home park. It is at a major intersection on US390 between Denton and McKinney. We stay there because it is only about 5 miles from our grandkids. The park staff is friendly but the RV facilities are basic--water, sewer, electric(50 and 30 AMP). The sites may not be level and have a little gravel with grass including grass burs. Since we are away most everyday and basically just sleep there, it meets our needs. The wifi is spotty and may not work. Expect a lot of traffic noise in the early mornings and later evenings.
We camped here with an Escapee Rally. The park has paved roadways and parking spots. The rec building and pools are great -- clean and up to date. The walk to the beach is really a plus since you don't have to drive your vehicle to the beach. The drive to Port Aransas is only 4 miles or you can take the trolley. The park staff are doing a great job here. The Wi-Fi is really good with many pick-up points around the park. The new golf course is next door for golfers. We will definitely return in the future. One suggestion, drive thru Corpus Christi and along the road on Mustang Island to reach the park. Skip the ferry unless you don't mind long waits.
This park is a good overnight stop. The site we stayed in was level, long and shaded. The owner is expanding the park with new sites that are in the full sun. Wifi is available but an extra cost. There is also an extra $5 charge if you use your credit card. Owners are friendly. Bellingrath Gardens are about 4 miles away and worth a visit.
This park is a resort park that is only 1 block from the Gulf Beach. The concrete sites are large and level. It is the only park that I have been in that had 4 sheets of rules and other information that you had to sign when you checked in. While none of the rules had any impact on our stay, I found it unusual. Wifi worked very well even though we were the furthermost distance from the antenna. If I was staying longer in the area, I would probably look for a less expensive park but this was fun for a first time visit.
The park is conveniently located near I-10 on the east side of town. The spaces are long, level and easy to get into with the largest rig. There is a shopping center across the street for food and other items. The wifi did not work well even though there were multiple antennas. It is a good overnight stop. We would stay there again.
The park has good access with a convenience store that sells fuel (gas and diesel) next door. There is good security, flat sites, lots of trees for shade, good wifi, good cable. The location is about 2 miles from I-95 and about 20 minutes from Savannah. The 50 amp connectors are all mounted upside down that means your cable will stick straight up instead of down. I use a surge protector that I had to tie to the post with the connection for support. There are food stores and other shopping nearby. We would stay here again. For some reason our cell phone only got one bar here but worked very well at I-95.
This KOA is in Mount Pleasant, SC, that is just north of Charleston. The location is ideal for visiting Isle of Palms, Sullivans Island, Charleston downtown, and the area plantations. The park is very easy to find and it location is near 3 food stores. The park has excellent wi-fi, cable TV, very long pull through sites. While we were there it rained 8 inches in one day and the whole park drained very well due to the sandy soil. There was very little standing water. The office staff is great and very helpful. The access to downtown Charleston is via the bridge that has an exit directly to Meeting Street and the Visitors Center. Also the office staff has a prepared local area sheet of info that proved to be great. We would definitely return.
This is a new park that was built in 2007. All sites are back-in except for 2. The sites have concrete pads, excellent power, water, sewer, and cable. The location is very convenient to I-55 that is just south of Memphis and just over the state line into Mississippi. It is about 11 miles to Graceland and about 15 to downtown Memphis. The staff was knowledgeable and had good directions to food stores and other sites. There is a large RV dealer just up the block. We would stay here again
This is one of the best RV parks we have been in over the past two years. The sites are large and separated by 30 to 50 feet that includes a picnic area for each site. The owners are among the best we have encountered. They really try to make your stay pleasant. They even helped me get my computer set up to get on their Wi-Fi. The location near the Wal-Mart and hardware store was very helpful. The night sky is clear and the stars are wonderful to see. Silver City is also an interesting city to visit with many hiking opportunities outside of town.
This was our first "camping" in a Texas State Park. I was very pleased with the arrangement of sites and it was easy to back-into our site and the view was great. The 30 amp power had a little trouble keeping our 5th wheel warm when the temperature hit 97 degrees but later cooled into the 60's. Our best experience was taking the White Shaman Rock Art guided tour that starts about 1 mile west of the park entrance. We will return when the weather cools for more hiking tours to the rock art in the area.
The Lost Alaskan is easy to locate and get into in Alpine. The park is arranged very well with large pull thru sites in the center of the park. The staff is wonderful and very helpful. The laundry and rest rooms are very well taken care of and clean. The office has lots of information about activities, museums, and restaurants in the area. We will return again.