The view was excellent. We had site 16 and it was on the end which was great, but the level was quite steep (pull through though). We should have move to a different spot but it was just for one night. The picnic table and cover was really nicely done. The tent spots on each site were nicely prepared and flat. For $13 this was a great one-night stop. We brought our own generator and we needed it for the A/C - it was around 100 degrees. The evening cooled off nicely with a nice thunderstorm that passed through. Staff on site were very attentive and polite. If you want a place just off of the main route from Utah to California (St George) this is a nice stop. If you want to be close to the Zion Park and don't mid the drive (30 mins) then this site is good. There is a campground actually in Zion park, and there are others closer, but none this cheap.
We checked these out on the internet and the location was great and it looked nice. We told them we had a slide and the size of the trailer, plus the truck. When we got there they backed us into the area and we were horrified. We actually couldn't fit. Everyone was crammed into the area, and there were plenty of permanent residents. Very scary and the guy realized we had a slide and that there was no way we would fit even width wise. We were relieved as they said there was a no refund policy and we had paid for four nights. This was a family emergency trip so we should have checked them out better. I would not recommend this site to anyone to camp at in a travel trailer or RV. I can not say what the cabins were like.
We did not plan this trip (family emergency). They accommodated us within minutes, and allowed us to bill every two days. No refunds. The place was pretty clean, had lots of Cottonwood trees. We didn't know we had allergies until this trip. The sap that dripped from the trees was terrible. I would plan on bringing a tarp or car cover to cover your vehicle or windows. The dog park was a really nice surprise. Even though the resort supplied waste scoopers and a trash can, some people did not pick up after their dogs. There was a nice play area for the kids, with horseshoes, and a large grassy area. This campground was right off of the I-25 freeway & US-34. Lots of shops and restaurants all around. Just walk through the nice apartment complex to the North of the campsite and you'll find yourself along a canal to walk dogs or ride a bike, and there are two nice reservoirs to hike around too. There is no cable TV as the prior management apparently left on bad terms and cut all the connections.
We stayed here for two nights - The grounds were immaculate. The staff was very nice and friendly. All the spots are quite spacious. This is a property that is under construction - I think this is phase one, and will gain another 9 holes on the course and probably more camping spots. The golf course was immaculate and my husband said it was well worth the $50 to play there (18 holes - that's twice around the 9-hole course), although an extra $20 for the cart was a bit much so he walked. There's a fishing pond which is catch and release, and gazebo spots to BBQ in and have a fire with the firepits. The fenced dog run is quite large and very clean. This resort has a nice pool, but wish it had had more lounges to lay on - it does have a quiet no kids time from 3-5pm which is great. Included are a number of mineral spas next to the pool, a gym, some horse-shoe pits and tennis courts, and also some meeting spaces. A large number of camp groups were there this weekend. Everyone seemed very happy with the property - mostly older people but still a number of young couples, and families with young kids. Our only real issue was that the wind blew like crazy and one camper had the awning snapped right off of the rig. The Borrego Springs area is not the place to go if you want shopping and lively places to visit. It's a dessert community in the middle of nowhere and not much going on unless you want to relax or go 4x4-ing! Overall - A good 8 out of 10. For a little less cost on the reservation, and a little less for the golf and it would have been 10 out of 10.
This location was very nice although it was a little noisy from not only the freeway, but the trains blowing their horns all the time, and there was some sort of commercial plant across the river which made lots of noise even into the night. The river was nice, and the place was very clean. We had asked for a premium spot to have the back of our trailer overlook the river. The space was supposed to be pointed away from the river so we parked the wrong way. The gal at the front desk said we shouldn't park that way but that since it was only for one more night it was OK. I said that I wanted to overlook the river not the road and the other campers! There was a nice pool, laundry and also a great dog run for the boys. A little too pricey for the location and noise. Maybe $30 would be a more acceptable price! We'd stay again only at a pinch. I didn't sleep well at this location - don't know why, maybe the noise?
We thought this was the best State run park we've ever stayed at. The staff were very nice, and the entire park was clean and well looked after. We were well rested after our stay here. Beautiful sounds from the river flowing by and there were plenty of berries to be picked from the bushes. Right off of the freeway but the noise from the traffic was not noticeable. I wish there was a dog run for the boys but there was plenty of space to walk them. We'll be back next year even though it was a little out of the way from where our family lives.
The location is actually about 12 miles south of Coos Bay town. A nice little camp site and the location was a short stroll along a path to the beach and day-use area. A little out of the way if you want to enjoy the Oregon Dunes. If the pad was a little bigger so that we wouldn't be in mud (it had rained before we arrived), and the fire-pit was surrounded by mud. Lots of trees and bushes so lots of shade which is great if it's hot but in the cooler days there's little sunlight to warm you up.
The location was right off the freeway and easy to find. Nice and quiet location with a woods-type feeling to the location due to all the eucalyptus trees. The pool area was nice and clean. The on-site management was very friendly. There were some older units at the property with permanent residents but overall it was a nice location to stay on our way from San Diego to Portland. Wished there was a dog run but there was plenty of space to walk the boys. The laundry and showers are in two train cabooses. Some nicely manicured grass areas and a small pond to sit by.
This location was excellent - we stayed just one night on our way home from Oregon to San Diego. The staff and security were very nice. The property was very clean, even the bathrooms were very nicely decorated. Wished there was a dog run for the boys - if there was it would have got a 10 out of 10. There is a restaurant on site. The pool area is very nice and there's a small 9-hole pitching area. Some spaces apparently have their own hot tubs. Well worth the $35.
If you are looking for a place to stay that is on a commercial island surrounded by boats, trains and autos that sound their horns all night long then this is the place for you. If you want to be in the flight path of the airport then stay here. If you want to be camped in a parking lot next to a busy road and a shopping mall then go right ahead and book. If you want be parked in a spot that is not big enough for your trailer and auto even though you stressed the sizes of the vehicles and then get put back to back with another camper then this is where you want to stay. We were supposed to stay five nights but stuck it out for just one. We ended up parked in the drive of our friends home - much quieter. Oh, and if you want to be a part of a mobile home park then you've got it...this is the place to stay.