Price reflects the weekly rate. This is a nice park. We have stayed here several times while having repairs in Nappannee. Large sites, flat, in an open field. Good Verizon, good satellite, and able to get local South Bend TV stations. Dirt and concrete roads. Concrete pads. Busy on holidays, but not busy the rest of the time. Office folks are helpful and nice. Lake swimming, no pool. Good place for kids.
A typical Thousand Trails. There are no signs on I-5 or at the turn for the park. Turn towards the casino, then go down the dead end road at the end of the parking lot. The park is at the end of the road. Able to obtain satellite in B-section, near the ball field. Good cell service and convenient to Mt. Vernon. Watch for potholes on the roads in the park.
As noted in other reviews, the electric is poor, many of the sites do not have sewer. There is no cable TV at the sites, you have to go to the Adult Lounge to watch the cable TV. They charge for internet service. Roads and sites are narrow. We were charged a $15 fee to dump, even though we did not need to dump (received a lecture on the fact that everyone should dump before they travel). We are full timers and only dump when necessary. Site fee is $13 for RPI, which included the activity fee. No activities while we were there. Laundry was inexpensive at $1.50 to wash and $1.00 to dry, but only 2 washers and 2 dryers. The drive into the park is long and narrow from I-5 (16 miles), coming from the north. A better route is Hwy.18 from the south. We will not return to this park.
Check in was simple with nice staff. We had a large pull-through site. Internet was $3.50 per day and slow. Good 50 amp power; good water flow. Nice location close to town, but noisy due to the main road right above the park. Our rate reflects our RPI membership. Friends used Passport America. It would be expensive without those discounts. We would stay here again.
We stayed with a rally, so we were in the 30 amp, no water or sewer hook-ups. There were some FHU sites, which we would use if not with a rally. Good place to stay as it is right in town. The FHU sits are between trees and have shade. Would be great for a short stay.
This is a very nice state park. We stayed in a site with water and electric. The sites are large, with gravel and a concrete pad under the picnic table. There is a nice clean fire ring. Staff are friendly and greeted us on arrival. The park is clean. The staff rakes each site after it is vacated, giving the site a welcoming feel when you arrive. There is a dump station. Good Verizon service. Walmart located in Truth or Consequences a few miles away. We will stay there again.
This is a very nice state park, with large sites. No Verizon internet service, although we have cell with roaming! Sites are flat with gravel. Concrete pad under the covered picnic table. There is a lake for swimming. No other activates. The staff were nice and helpful. We would stay here again.
Passport America/Escapees discount park. Friendly owner who was very helpful. FHU sites, 50 amp. Long sites, but placed close together, which is the only reason that I gave it a nine. This is a small park with a nice book exchange and fishing pond. It is close to town. Good Verizon service. We would stay there again when passing through the area.
Passport America park. We stayed there while visiting relatives. It is far out of town, but a nice park. All sites face north and are relatively flat on gravel. There was a concrete pad with a table. Friendly, helpful staff. Electric is extra and since we did laundry and it was hot, we ran the air. This increased the price by $9 total for the stay. We would not stay there again only because it was farther from our relatives than anticipated. We gave it a nine, due to the extra for the electric.
This is a very nice park with flat gravel sites. Each site has a concrete patio with a nice round table and chairs. Our site was facing north, so we had shade in the afternoon. The park has all the usual amenities including a cafe open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It has two pools with hot tubs. We enjoyed our stay and would stay there again. Since it is in Tucson, there was good internet and Verizon service.
I gave this park a 10, because I cannot give it a 15! This is by far, the nicest place that we have ever stayed. The staff and volunteers were all very nice. We were with a rally, but could have easily stayed longer. The amenities were pristine. They have everything that you could imagine at this park. We will be staying there again and may possibly purchase one of the sites.
This is one of the nicest TT parks where we have stayed. I gave it a 9, only because we could not get our 40 ft motor home into the 50 amp sites due to the palm trees. We tried two sites, then gave up and went to a 30 amp pull through, which was a nice site. We enjoyed our stay and will return to this park in the future. The Rangers were very nice and extremely helpful.
Grass sited, good roads. Have to pay extra if you arrive early. Friendly staff. Very busy during football season. Has WiFi available which was good. Good satellite coverage. Good Verizon phone and MiFi. We would stay here again.
This is a hidden gem! Price included the Reserve America reservation fee and taxes. We were in a lake front site which was beautiful. The sites and roads are paved. We had water and 50 amp, although some sites are 30 amp. There are dump stations. Due to the trees we were unable to access satellite, but with the views who cared! Good Verizon Wi-Fi and phone service. The lake is crystal clear! Gave this park an 8 due to no TV or sewer, but we will stay here happily again.
This park has everything, including bus transportation to the Metro station for easy access to the subway. Paved road, nice sites. Some of the front sites are close together, but at the back of the park the sites are larger. A downside is that it is so close to the Washington Beltway that you can hear traffic all the time, but there are no other options for camping in the area. Nice pool for the kids, evening movies, and a wagon ride in the evenings. Good WiFi. Price is high, since there is no competition. We would stay here again.
This was a very nice, new park. We had good 50 amp service, water, and sewer. Price reflects the PPA price in cash. We called ahead as instructed and the nice lady gave us directions to the park because I-85 was under construction. When the new exit if finished this park is going to be very easy to enter, although we had no problem finding and driving to the park with the temporary instructions. We could hear traffic from I-85, when outside, but not inside. Staff were very nice and helpful. Had some issues with leveling the rig, but we could have requested a different site. We were in a pull-through and had plenty of room to keep the car hitched up. We will stay there again.
We had called the 800# to reserve our site through Passport America. When we arrived, we had been assigned a tent site for our motor home. Friendly, helpful staff, quickly made the change to a FHU 30 amp site. No 50 amp sites in the park. Site was relatively flat, with some adjustments, and shaded. A lot of seasonal sites. Park has all the ammentities, but is older, and needs some updating. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. Owners were friendly and helpful. Overnight site was drive through, flat, FHU,50 amp.,with gravel under the motor home and a nice cement patio. It is obvious that the owners have put a lot of money and time into this park. There are a lot of long term, seasonal sites, but all are nicely landscaped and well maintained. The only drawback was the drive into the park. We were eastbound on I-70, and the drive from the interstate was on a 2 lane road, with no shoulders. The owners instructed us, when leaving, to use the westbound directions. The directions from I-70, exit 10 in Ohio, was a much easier drive, on a slightly wider road(due to narrow shoulders), which had been recently repaved. I would recommend that to access the park, you take the Ohio exit 10 directions, rather than the Indiana eastbound directions. We will definitely stay here again, as this was a delightful park. Do not let the driving directions keep you from enjoying this park. The rate reflects a Passport America discount.
We stay here when passing through the area, by default, as it is the only RV park in the area, and we want to stay close to family. Rate reflects the Passport America rate, available Sun-Thur. The sites are relatively flat. The entrance could use some work, but don't make a sharp turn when entering and exiting in your rig and you will not scrape your hitch. Staff are friendly and helpful. Full price is a little expensive for what you get. The park is in the path to the airporit, so there are planes going over, but the first one isn't until about 6:30 AM. We will stay here again.
This is our second time in this park. It is a delightful little city park. The Deputy Sheriff arrives around 7pm to collect your payment. The sites are flat, some are 30 amp, some are 50amp. We could not get satellite in our site, due to the trees, but could get a CBS station on antenna. The campground was almost full. The rate off season is $7 and in season is $15, well worth the price. It is an easy on/off I-70. We will definitely stay here again!
This is a convenient overnight stop, right off the I-25. We have stayed much farther from the interstate in other campgrounds and had a lot more noise than here. For some reason there was no interstate noise! We had a large pull-through site with FHU. Staff were very nice. There is a large book exchange. Laundry was clean, cost $1.25 wash and same for dry. Restrooms/showers were clean. Will stay here again.
This is a very nice park. The staff were friendly and the park is well maintained. The rate is with the Good Sam discount. We enjoyed our stay, just prior to the ABQ Balloon Fiesta. There is a nice continental breakfast each morning. The roads are asphalt and the sites we large. When we arrived there were tree branches blocking us from opening our bedroom slide, but the staff quickly cut the dead branches. We will stay here again. Other reviewers noted the traffic noise. It is there, but we were in the back of the park, so it was not excessive. We just ran a fan in the bedroom at night and had no issues.
We stayed, boon-docking, for the entire balloon Fiesta, all 9 days. We had no problems with the boon-docking, and this was our first experience. We left with fresh water still in that tank, and our black and gray tanks were not full. Our rate was with a rally and for the longer time period. The park is very convenient with bus service directly to the event. The best part is that the balloons fly directly overhead and some even land in the park. We were able to sit and watch the show from our site. We could also see the fireworks from our motorhome. That does not mean that you do not have to go to the park to totally experience the Fiesta, you do, but on some days we just stayed home and watched the show. We were also able to crew for some of the balloon teams and to help some of the balloons land in the park. I gave this an 8, only because we had no hook-ups. Yes, we will say here again!
Good location, nice long sites, we even have a concrete patio. We are in a back in site, out choice. Price reflects the Good Sam discount. Has a nice walk around the park. Pet friendly with bag dispensers, which are currently empty. FHU 50 amp. We will stay here again.
This was a nice park, located across from the entrance to Mesa Verde NP. The roads are gravel, but the sites were flat, FHU 50 amp. The roads in were a little narrow, but manageable. Staff were nice and helpful. We would stay here again.
This was a nice park, located just north of Moab. The site was level. Gravel site and gravel roads. Sites were a little close together. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We had FHU 50 amp. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park and the staff bent over backwards to be helpful. We were there with a rally, and the rally price was $30. I have listed the true price of the site. The sites were flat, concrete pads. The road was asphalt. We had FHU 50 amp. The park was pet friendly with trash cans and bags placed around the park. The park is right on a bike path and only a few miles from downtown. This park is easy in and out off the interstate. We will definitely stay here again!
This is a very nice park with FHU 50 amp, flat site. Our price was the Passport America, cash price. The park is a little hard to find, as it is located behind the Ft. Casper Historical Site and Google maps took us the wrong way. Find Ft. Casper and just turn in there and follow the signs. We will definitely stay here again!
This is an odd park. Half of the park is a KOA and half is Thousand Trails. The entire park has no sewer. The TT portion has 30 amp and water but everything is old. The KOA portion has new electric boxes and water spigots. Typical of TT that they are not putting the money into the TT portion of the park. There is a nice lake and swimming pool. The staff were nice, but the store was not open the entire time we were there. We might stay there again, only due to the fact that we do not have to pay.
This was a very nice overnight stop. We were greeted by the owner in a golf cart and he checked us in at the site. We had a nice long flat site with some shade. I asked the owner if there were any historical sites to visit and he directed me to Deer Lodge where we were able to visit some very interesting sites, 10 miles away. No services in Garrison. We would stay here again.
This was a very nice state park with large sites. We had a beautiful lake view. Staff were nice and warned us about coyotes in the park at night. We had 50 amp. Our site was not supposed to have water, but it was close enough that if we needed it we could have connected. No sewers though, which was why I gave it a 9. It is an easy 15 mile drive at 65-70 mph to West Yellowstone. We would stay here again.
This was a nice park and the only game in town. The price was high, but the park was full every night. Our site was fairly flat and we had to do some adjustments. We had FHU with 50 amp. We were able to get satellite through the trees which was a real surprise. No campfires allowed. I gave it an 8 due to the price.
This park is okay for an overnight stop. The sites were flat and long enough for us to leave our toad connected. We had FHU with 50 amp. We thought the price, with the Good Sam discount, was a little high. They do have back-in sites and 30 amp which were less expensive, but the temps was high 90's so we wanted to run the two air compressors for our air conditioner.
This is a small park. The staff are friendly and helpful, even escorting us to our site. Sites are close together. We had 50 amp., site was flat, we were able to get satellite, Verizon MiFi and cell phone service. Cable TV is included. There is a lot of highway noise, as the resort is right on the highway. We would stay here again.
This park was just okay. The laundry room was in a trailer. The clubhouse was small and there were no activities while we were there. The sites are close together. We were able to get satellite, Verizon MiFi and cell phone service. The ranger was friendly and helpful. We had water and 30 amp electric. Don't think we will return to this park again. The site was level. About a 1/2 mile hike from the park to the beach, but that is the closest that you can get to the beach.
This was the first park in the TT system. Sites are okay, but some are small. Had to look hard for a large enough site. Poor electric service. The place needs some maintenance. Too much tree coverage for satellite service. Dirt roads, lots of hills. Has a dog park. Good Verizon cell and air card service. Nice pool. Good book exchange. We would stay here again overnight, but not for a longer time.
We stayed 4 nights over 4th of July weekend. This is a very nice park. The sites were large, on a concrete slab, with a concrete parking space for the dingy. The sites were nice and flat. The laundry room was nice and clean. The price reflects a Good Sam discount. We had full hook-up, 50 amp and the voltage was good. The only reason we did not give it a 10 is that there were no activities and no pool. Although there is a county park directly across the street with river swimming. We were unable to get satellite in our site, but other sites could get it. Good Verizon for phone and air card. Great location for touring the area. We would stay here again.
This was a beautiful, well maintained park. Our site was huge and flat. I was a little disappointed that the only activity while we were here, was the bingo. Would have liked a happy hour to get to meet some of the other folks. Other than that, it was awesome. We will stay here again.
This is our first NACO park through our Thousand Trails membership. It is also the worst place that we have stayed. The only activity in our 5 days here is the Saturday membership recruitment by the staff. The place is run down, with a large portion of the sites closed off. The roads have lots of pot holes. They need to clean out some of the brush and trees, as the sites are downright dark due to the high trees. Our site was flat, but muddy, as due to the foliage, it is never able to dry out. We have a 30 amp, full hook-up. We were able to pick up satellite with our portable dish, after a lot of moving around. The majority of sites cannot get satellite. Our verizon MiFi worked well, but we had difficulty with obtaining cell phone coverage in the park. We have only seen the staff a few times while here. One staff member could not answer us about the activity schedule, he just plain did not know if there were activities or not. The staff member at check-in was able to tell us which sites we could use to find satellite reception. We will not stay here again.
This was a beautiful state park with full hook-ups. The site was a nice size and flat. Had a nice picnic table and fire ring. The staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed in B-48. We were able to pick up satellite with our portable dish. We did not make reservations, just drove up and were able to pick our site. We will stay here again.
This was by far the nicest Thousand Trails that we have stayed in so far. The sites were large, and far apart. The staff were friendly and helpful. There are a lot of trees, but we were able to find a 50 amp site with a clear view for our satellite dish and we were able to get one local TV station on antenna. We only gave it an 8 due to there not being sewer. There is only water and electric, but they do have dump stations. The laundry was clean and not terribly expensive. We will definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects RPI rate. Open RV park, sites are gravel with small grass areas. Each site has a table and fire ring. We tried one site and could not level, so we moved to another site and had no problem with leveling. Pull through sites would not accommodate our 40 ft. rig with toad. Water and electric are good. The pool temp is 98 degrees due to the hot springs. Staff was very helpful. We would stay here again.
Easy in and out off I-80. The sites are gravel and flat, no problem with leveling the rig. This is mid Wyoming, so there were no trees. The park was quiet, but it was only about 1/2 full. Good water and electric. We were in a pull through and did not have to disconnect the toad. Staff was nice. There was a laundry, which we did not use. Two small dog parks. Price was with Good Sam discount. Okay for an overnight stop.
We stayed here through ROD, so no charge. This is an okay park, but we only stayed overnight. The roads are pretty rough, with large dips. They need to trim the trees. We could not get into the first site assigned to us, site 7. Unable to get satellite TV due to the trees. Verizon Mifi worked well. Dogs are allowed but there were restrictions on where they could be walked and we were warned about the waste patrol; not an issue for us as we pick up after our pets. Our site, 10, was flat, but the electric and water were on the wrong side of the motorhome. There is no sewer hook-ups; only 30 amp. No WiFi, no cable TV. Staff were friendly and helpful. Doubt that we will stay here again.
This is a very nice park. I gave it a 9 because I thought the price was a little high. No discounts. A lot of seasonals, but the park was nice. Easy to level the motor home. Staff are very pleasant. Spagetti dinner for $5 on Saturday evening was nice. Able to run the dogs in the field. Plenty of activity for kids. We will stay here again.
This is a nice COE park with large sites and fire ring. There is a playground but no swimming access. There is a laundry, which was very inexpensive: $0.75 for wash and dry. Rt 136 west from Franklin really needs repair; the road from the east is much better.
Typical state park. Nice staff, but you are charged for the site, a $7 reservation fee, plus $4 per vehicle, that is $4 for the motorhome and $4 for the car. The nice ranger at the gate did not make us pay for the motorhome, but we were just lucky and only staying for 1 night. That is why I gave this park a 6. Too expensive for only an electrical hook up. With discounts we could have stayed at a full hook up park for less money.
A very nice park. The price is with a Good Sam discount. Most of the sites are pull through. Easy in and out off the interstate, but outside of the rig you could hear the traffic noise. The park was very busy with travelers. A little expensive.
This is the nicest KOA that we every used. They have all of the amenties. I gave it a 9 due to the price. We paid $40, and that was a rally discount price which I feel is too expensive. But, the park is well maintained, the sites are a nice size. We will not stay here again only due to the high price.
This is a very nice town park. I gave it a 9 because it did does not have sewer and water hook ups. The sites are large and flat. There are no trees. Nice beach for swimming. The dump station and water fill are both east to use. We stayed in site 33, which was nice and flat. We will stay here again in the future.
We stayed 2 nights in site #1 in Sandy Point. This area of the park had very recently been hit by a tornado, so much of the area was not open. Our site was level, with a concrete pad which was long enough for our 40 ft motorhome. It was an easy back-in with the parking lot in front of us. We stayed in a 30 amp site with no sewer. The directions listed are from I-35, but if you are coming in on I-40, you can use the Choctaw Rd. exit and head south for 10 miles. The road has no shoulders, but is straight. Turn left at the "T" intersection and you are about 1/2 mile from the entrance to the park. The I-35 directions send you through the town of Norman. The staff was very nice. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice preserve. It is in good repair, the staff is friendly, and the activities are well done. Bathrooms were clean. The adult pool was very nice, except that the spa was not working. The family center spa had no heat. We were in site Q45, a 50 amp site. The area was quiet, even though we were here for the 4th of July weekend. The Friday morning cinnamon rolls were fresh and the weekend breakfast was a good deal for the money. The only reason that I gave it a 9 was that the store could have been improved with a better selection of merchandise.
This was a nice stop over park. Passport America rate. Close to Rt. 71, but far enough away that there was no traffic noise. Gravel site, with concrete pad under the picnic table. Friendly staff. Level sites with some shade. Small playground, no pool. We would stay here again.
We stayed two nights in this state park. The sites are large, with concrete pads, nice new metal picnic tables, large fire rings. Each site also has a gravel tent pad. Nice paved roads. The campground over looks the lake, but the trees block the view. Most sites are level. The AAA sites have 50 amp electric, water and sewer. There was a $4 daily fee per person to use the pool, which was open 12-6pm. The road to the park is steep with curves, but easily driveable. One of the nicest state parks that we have ever stayed in, and we would stay here again.
This is a nice mom & pop type campground with a Good Sam discount. The owner was very nice and assigned us a pull-thru 50 amp.site, #4. It was fairly level and about 150 ft. long. There are all dirt roads, our site was dirt and gravel. It is actually two sites, but the owner told us that she was not assigning anyone to the front site. We had no one next to us on either side. No problem with opening our slides. Good free Wi-Fi. There is a large older, swimming pool, volleyball net and a playground. Also a big grassy field in the middle to run our dogs. Laundry had 2 washers and dryers, cost for washer was $1.25, a lot less than the $2.00 we have been paying. The park is located behind the rest-area at mile marker 169, but the rest area is currently closed. We could hear some highway traffic, but it did not disturb our sleeping. Directions to the park were correct and it was a clear, easy ride to the park off the interstate. We would stay here again if traveling through the area.
Agree with everything noted above. This is a very nice park, with great amenities. We have enjoyed our stay in the area. The only issue we had was leveling the motorhome. The paved roads and sites are nice. We stayed in 66 and then moved to 155, both of which we had problems leveling.
We found this park in the Escapees book. It was not listed on the brochure from the information center at entrance to the state. The road into the park is narrow and a long part of it is dirt. The road is winding with a 90 degree uphill/ downhill turn. The site we were given was gravel, in the middle of a field, but there were sites ringed around the field in the trees. There are no facilities, although there was a full hook-up with 50 amp. The staff were friendly and very nice to us, but I would not recommend the park as there is nothing there and the road in and out is narrow, winding and scary with tree limbs hitting the roof of the motor home.
We loved this park. Stayed there in July. Shaded sites, pets allowed, child friendly. Pool was clean and in good repair. Staff were friendly and helpful. Park was in good repair and was clean. We are planning to return there in 2009! We stayed in a large back in site.
This is more of a mobile home park than an RV park. The local school bus came by and dropped of kids on Friday evening after school. The Schwan's truck came through with deliveries. There were dogs running loose and people were not cleaning up after their pets.
Well maintained park with friendly workampers. We had a great time, enjoyed the park and the area. The park was kid and dog friendly. Site was pull through and shaded. Pricey, but worth it for the weekend. Great amenities, especially enjoyed the boat ride.