The only downside is that you have road noise, but it is a great development park, concrete slabs, picnic area. The best recreational area of any resort or campground. You don't need to leave here. Full snack bar, liquor store, boutique store. Awesome full basketball and tennis court, large pool, great playground. Tons of room for bike-riding and scootering for kids, safe. One of many master planned ownership RV resort community turned into a upscale RV vacation/rental spot due to the economic collapse. Close to Deadwood and Devils Tower. Spearfish has Wal-Mart, Safeway, etc. Great stay. Big rig friendly. Wi-Fi worked great. Would stay again.
A good stop to see Little Bighorn Battlefield, but nothing much else to see in Hardin. Has clean bathrooms, we didn't really check out the pool, but it seemed clean. Convenient to the highway and a good camp store. Not much room in the spots. Entrance was tight, big pull throughs, but several tight turns in the park. Hardin has a grocery store and chain restaurants. Good stopover for 2 days.
Awesome place: 18 miles to Cody, 32 miles to Yellowstone. All inclusive, an awesome restaurant, bar, don't forget the karoke! Family-oriented with large pool, clean private bathrooms and showers. We had a "end" spot, with a lot of hang out space, but other spots don't have as much space. Great place for 5-7 days. Plenty to do in Cody, there is a good Mexican restaurant called Zapatas, boot stores, antique stores, and don't miss the Dug Up Gun Museum. The Irma Hotel restaurant was okay, but great cute store. Of course go to Yellowstone, and the Beartooth and Chief Joseph Highway. (Take a picnic). We had a great time, you would not need to leave this park for anything. Would stay again, big rig friendly.
Great park, right in Moab, minutes to Arches National Park, and 30 minutes to Canyonlands National Park. The newer "South Section" area has large even concrete slabs, good landscape, lots of hangout space, and a new pool. But this area is only for class "A" motorhomes that are ten years or less old. The "North Section" is for class "C", "A" or tents. It is a little bit older, cheaper than the "South" section and does not have access to the pool. Clean park overall, would stay again. The only flaw is that they have a ridiculous $150.00 fee if you ruin or step on the plants, greens, etc. Big rig friendly.
Cute campground, very friendly staff, but bare amenities, and a very tight spot. (No room really to sit outside). Centrally located near Cedar City, Kanab, Bryce Canyon National Park, and Zion National Park. Good for a couple of days. Glendale does not have much, but Kanab has grocery store, 30 minutes away, or Orderville has mini-market, 5 minutes away. Would stay again. Comfortable for 40 footer RV's and below, tents, but "snug" for 45 footers.
Quaint park, with large pull-through sites. Very friendly employees, central location to day trips to Sedona, Rt 66, interstate and Grand Canyon. Only 1 mile to historic Williams. Very cute, Rt 66 town, shopping. Within minutes of Safeway supermarket. Near Grand Canyon, only 54 miles. Twice a day you can see the Grand Canyon Railroad from the park: a cool experience to see. Not a clean pool, small playground, and out-in the open, very dusty. Because of slopes in mountains, not much room to hang outside. Would stay again.
Right off I-40, within minutes of Holbrook and Route 66 sights. Near Safeway supermarket. 20 miles from Petrified Forest. A large pool, playground, basketball court, BBQ and breakfast option, friendly staff. No shade, but can see Route 66. Right on top of neighbors. Big Rig Friendly. Would stay again for short stops in area.
Very unique, clean, cute, big rig friendly, has work-out room, no pool. Private sites that have fences, close to Wal-Mart and Silver City. 44 miles to the Gila National Momument. Historic Downtown is very cool, good Mexican restaurant called Jalisco Cafe. Would stay again.
Great park north of Carlsbad, within driving range of the Carlsbad Caverns. All pull-through sites, but all gravel roads, and level. Decent pool, hot tub, basketball court, and playground. Pets welcome. Friendly staff, good camp store stocked with supplies. (Even will bring BBQ dinner to your door.) Recommend going to the Caverns. Amazing sight, and eating at restaurant in Carlsbad: several to choose from. Carlsbad has Walmart, Albertsons, etc. Carlsbad has road construction: take truck bypass #524, back to Rd #285 North. Would stay again. Big Rig friendly.
Great park, mostly sunny spots, (we where in a shady spot), but no satellite, but it was great because it is hot in Texas! Clean, good location, 3 miles from the Alamo. Near Wal-Mart and Home Depot. Across the street from a decent Mexican restaurant, no habla ingles: a great experience! A great pool, clean and has a hot tub. Playground, basketball court. Would stay here again. Big rig friendly.
Right off I-10, great over-night stop. It was perfect, clean, small, but there is plenty of room for a large RV to pull through and not un-hook towcar. Right rear a McDonald's, and a gas station (can pull through) that has diesel. Not many trees. Wifi worked great. It was even gated. Good stay!
This is a great, nice, over-night stop. Clean, roomy, spacious, staff was very friendly, (wanted to even help with trash), and right off the interstate, but no noise. Pool looked great,but we did not use it. Right across the street, there was an Exxon station, very convenient, could pull through, but very dirty. Great stay! Close to attractions and the beach.