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04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a great park to stay in to visit Graceland which is accessible through the gate to the ticket area where you pick up the shuttle. Lots of shops and eateries available. While we were here we were woken up at 3:30 AM to tornado sirens. We and many others went to the restroom (we were parked next door) and waited for the all clear. A lot of rain had fallen but the park did not take on a lot of water. It seemed to drain very well. We had to extend our visit as the next day there were more tornado warnings (which did hit a few miles away) but our route to Nashville was closed. The staff was wonderful. They made our first tornado experience bearable! We ended up staying here until Tuesday morning and again the staff was great! WiFi was available but slow but our phone card worked fine as did the phone.
04/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
Omega Farms is a beautiful well kept park and we were lucky enough to be parked by the lake which was great bass fishing off the dock! The path around the lake was easy to walk on. The people were friendly and we were close to family members that we were visiting. We would definitely stay here again.
04/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a really nice park and is on top of a hill which makes the scenery beautiful! Across the street there were statues of the Buffalo Soldiers. The pool is being constructed and will be ready soon. The owners are very nice and work hard to keep this a top rated park. We would definitely stay here again if we come this way. The location is very convenient off I-10 and all the stores, restaurants, and fuel stations are easily found.
08/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This campground has paved sites, paved roads, large sites, clean new laundry, no showers right now but having to go through CA state red tape. Very friendly people and set in the middle of the Redwoods with lots to see and do. Wi-fi was okay, no cell service, satellite worked very well from site. This is a pretty park and new trees have been planted so there isn't really shade right now. We spent four days here and would definitely stay here again.
08/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This KOA is very nice. It has been reassigned as a KOA since July. The campground was sold, and the new owners are back into the KOA status and system. Our site was very level even though it is on gravel. We have had unlevel sites on blacktop! The personnel here are very friendly and accommodating. The wi-fi works great, and the cable gives lots of channels, and the facilities are very clean. They have a nice large laundry room, and it is $1.75 to wash and $1.75 to dry. The machines are in good shape. We are here for one night; however, we would not hesitate to stay longer if needed or return.The sites are a little tight but no problem getting in or out, and the sites are alternating so your picnic table is not next to the sewer.
07/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
This park is very pretty and on Dragon Lake. When we went for a walk down by the lake, however, there was so much duck "doo" that we didn't want to walk on the grass. Well, that's nature! The drinking water had a very high chlorine taste and smell, but when we asked about it the explanation made sense. It seems the water comes from the lake so it has to be well chlorinated. We did purchase some bottled water. We stayed here for three days at the start of our travels and came back for another 2 days. The trip to Barkerville was well worth staying for. The wireless didn't work unless we were near the office. The laundry was clean and about average price.
05/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a beautiful well maintained RV park in Leavenworth, WA which is a really fun place to visit. The sites are nicely situated and some are on the river. The Camp host was helpful in assisting us getting parked and the office help was courteous and pleasant to talk to. This park is nestled between mountains and the scenery is beautiful.
06/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park is only eight miles from the British Columbia border which makes it convenient to travel North. The City of Lynden is a beautifully manicured town with shops, museum, windmills, and many stores to shop in which is only three miles away. The City of Bellingham is about eight miles South. The park itself is clean and the manager is very friendly and helpful with any needs. The Wi-Fi is free but is not accessible from every site due to trees. The laundry is clean and clotheslines are available. Some of the sites are quite close to each other but are very easy to get into and out of and mostly pull thrus with full hookups. The sites are set up so that your neighbor is facing the opposite direction from you thus making your sewers on the opposite side from your patio and picnic table which means you are not having to contend with the smell from your neighbor!
07/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a well maintained park with plenty of room between sites. The sites are easy to park in. Wi-fi worked well from the rig and was free. Cable worked okay, just not many channels. Tents and soft sided trailers are not allowed because it is bear country. This park is only 3 miles or so from Hyder, AK. We recommend you stay here as opposed to going into Hyder to stay. We traveled the Cassier Hwy to get here, and it was a paved road all the way and very easy travel. We did see a couple of bears along the road. Hyder is known for the Salmon River where the bears come to catch the salmon, however, we were a couple of weeks early. We did get a few mosquito bites though. The auto tour from Stewart (stop at the Visitor's Center and get the free auto tour map) was interesting and goes all the way up to the Salmon Glacier which was beautiful.
07/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
We have stayed at this park previously in 2005 going to and from Alaska. This park is clean, well maintained and very easy to get into the sites and into the entrance off Highway #1. We stayed here twice on this trip.
07/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
Glacier View RV Park was well maintained, the manager was very friendly and the glacier was directly across the road which made for nice scenery. My wife did use the handicap restroom and she said it was very clean, the shower was large and well equipped for the handicapped and there was even pleasant piped in music. This park is near the town of Smithers which made shopping easy. The entrance to the park was very accessible and well marked on the highway.
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