This RV park is convenient to stores, etc., and for me, the hospital, where my husband was. The laundry room has 4 washers and dryers in good condition for $1.50 each. The Wi-Fi worked well for me and my ATT i-phone worked well. Also, Verizon MiFi worked well. First complaint is that there is no shade because the trees planted are still young, so maybe in several years there will be SOME shade, but there aren't trees at every site. The biggest complaint is the sites are gravel over sand and we were spinning out and it was dry out. I would not want to be here if it was really wet. I didn't use the restrooms, but looked in and they were modern and clean. The laundry and restrooms are coded for security. Nice young lady at check-in. All in all, probably an overnight stay would be OK, unless you need this area. I did drive by the KOA and they have big cottonwoods for shade. Meadows RV seems overpriced. The $34 dollars was with tax and with Good Sam discount.
This is a mellow little park. We stayed in site #10 by the laundry room. There is one washing machine and one dryer and the washer is only $1.00 per load. Haven't seen that in awhile! Our Verizon MiFi worked great and my ATT i-phone 4 had 2 bars. The lady that owns this place is super nice and helpful and lives onsite. She also cuts hair, which came in helpful since we're full timers. I cut my husband's, but he doesn't cut mine! We would definitely stay here again and might even go out of our way to. Broadus is about 3 miles away and a cute little town.
Rate reflects 50 amp site and tax. This is a nice campground, for sure, but KOA's are always more expensive than most. The Wi-Fi was generally good, but bogged down in the evening. There were about 13 cable channels provided with our site (#76) and we had shade which was nice. Our kids are grown, but this would be a great place to bring kids with so many activities in the park. I asked a guy about the laundry room and he said it was fine, but really hot in there, so I decided not to do laundry. Also, there are MAJOR mosquitoes here due to the proximity to the river, I assume. It was very quiet and all of the big cottonwood trees provide a lot of shade. The 50 amp sites are along the back of the park and close to the dog run and laundry. Our ATT phones did not really work and our Verizon MiFi didn't either. However, once you get near Rapid City, they both worked very well. Probably the nicest and most quiet park in the area with shade.
The rate is Passport America with the $3 additional charge for 2 A/C's. This is definitely for an overnight stay and not more, in my opinion. You do smell the cattle auction (but not with A/C on). The WiFi was pretty decent and there is cable TV hookup. We ate at the nearby Peppermill Steakhouse and it was just OK and overpriced, we thought. Cheapest liquor was at the Mule Barn in town and cheapest beer was at the store next to the IGA...at least when we were there. Verizon MiFI was slow, but ATT iphones worked fine. It was relatively quiet, though you can hear the auctioneer over the loudspeaker at times. Diesel was a solid $3.89 the second week of July. Probably wouldn't stay here again, though the lady at check in was super nice and friendly.
Several shady spots in this park. Wi-Fi was very good. Picked up about 12 over the air stations on the TV, but 4 were foreign language. Pool was not open due to storm the night before, but didn't affect us. Young lady was very cheerful at check in. The passport America rate for us was $13.50 and that was 50 amp, but we chose to save a couple of bucks and use the dump on our way out. There is some interstate noise, but not that bad with A/C running. There is a lake close by and a 9 hole golf course. You can see some corn fields from the park. Great for an overnight or a few days.
This RV park was recently under 16 feet of water due to the Mississippi River flooding. Only about a third of the park was open and there was no Wi-Fi, just full hook ups, though no price reduction for lack of amenities. Very nice office people and very helpful. Unfortunately, there is a lot of debris around from the flooding, but they are actively cleaning it up. We had a pleasant breeze the night we were here, but there were a lot of black flies, so have some bug spray. Our AT&T cell phones worked well and our Verizon MiFi worked OK as well. You could see the Memphis "M" bridge lit up at night from our site and that was nice. It doesn't always smell that great, but that's West Memphis: it always stinks.
This is a good park, however it is very expensive for no personality. There is absolutely no shade, but the surroundings are clean. We had to extend our stay due to a sick family member and they would not honor the weekly rate and made us pay daily. The Wi-Fi provided is very fast and our Verizon MiFi worked pretty well as well as our AT&T cell phones. There is interstate noise, but otherwise relatively quiet. This park, in my opinion, is for an overnight stay because it seems safe (gated with code) and has good amenities, just no personality or shade.
With Passport America the rate was $15. So, for an overnight stay it was fine. The hook-ups are all spread out and we had our hose at its max. We backed up in the morning to hook up to the sewer to dump. Also, it was somewhat noisy along the road (East Winnemucca). The internet wasn't even worth trying to use. Maybe if you're closer to the office it would work better. Our Verizon air card worked fine. There is a Wal-Mart Super Center about 4 miles away. Easy on and off to I-80.
This RV park is on the Magic Reservoir. The sites are not ON the water, but you can see the water. he manager is very friendly and helpful...also laid-back. There is a small bar and grill right on the premises. Mostly burgers and fried type foods, but also beer and wine. Basic, but very nice inside with a view of the water. This is more of a place to come to fish (summer and winter), 4-wheel, boat and camp. It's probably not for families with kids unless they like to fish. That being said, it would be fine for a few days if you needed to get off of the road. Speaking of getting off of the road, West Magic Resort is 10 miles off of Hwy 75 at Mile Marker 92. It's about 17 miles north of Shoshone and near the Shoshone Ice Caves. Hailey and Ketchum/SunValley are about a 45 minute drive north. We really enjoyed our stay here. It is a good, basic solid place with good, basic solid folks. We would definitely stay here again even with it being a bit in the middle of nowhere. The views are beautiful, too.
This small little park is quiet and located about a mile off of Hwy 81 on a gravel road. It is run by an elderly couple who live there who are sweet and don't bother you a bit. Sometimes you never even see them. We use this place to visit nearby relatives. There is wildlife everywhere! We saw deer, badgers, raccoons and heard coyotes. If you want peace and quiet and don't care about TV, internet or cell phones then this is your place. Belleville is about 8 miles south of here. This is farm country and it is fun to watch if you are there at harvest time.
This park is on the Russian River. The park is split into long term and short term. The better views seem to be at the long term sites, though we could look down from our site R-10 and see the river. Our Verizon air card worked pretty well here. There is some cable TV service (about 20 stations) and our AT&T phones were better down the road a few miles. This is right in the middle of wine country, with many wineries to choose from if desired. There are picnic tables and fire rings at sites. There are trees, somewhat level gravel sites with some grass in between. There is playground equipment for children and a tall statue of Paul Bunyan. The Safeway store is about 4 miles west with decent selections. It is a nice park, just seems overpriced. The $43 dollars plus tax ended up being closer to $47 a night and that was with Good Sam discount! The countryside is beautiful and it is a bit cooler since it is 11 miles west of Hwy 101 and about 20 miles from the coast.
This is a beautiful area and it is quiet except for a few cows making noises. There is a small swimming pool that we did not use, though other people were. There are several sites that the electrical hook-ups did not work, and there is no 50 amp. We saw several different kinds of birds including acorn woodpeckers and stellar jays if you're into birdwatching. There apparently used to be cable TV service which is no longer here, but the long hanging cables are hanging overhead in each site. Not too attractive. It is about 6 miles to the Safeway and the road over to Mendocino is beautiful, but VERY hilly and windy for most of the way which is about 32 miles. The road down to the park is somewhat steep, but really not a problem. Our Verizon air card did not work, but our AT&T cell phones did work. We would stay here again, but probably just a night or two to get off of the road. This place basically needs some TLC.