Super friendly and helpful owners. Waffles and OJ every morning for breakfast. Level, easy in pull throughs. Wi-Fi was good at my site. Yes, there is noise from the train when it goes through, but that is only occasionally. With all the pluses still rated an 8 since no pool and some areas could use some TLC, e.g. space between sites is a mix of dead grass, rocks, and growing bushes. Would definitely stay here again.
The good - it is at the entrance to Grand Canyon N.P. and the sites are level. The not so good - very pricey for what you get - $46 for W/E with so/so WiFi, no cable, pay showers and a pay dump station. Add $10/night if you want full hookips. Even with the negatives would stay here again because of the convenient park access. Staying in trailer village in the park is a better option but requires reservations months in advance for a multi day stay.
This is a fully acceptable option for a full hook up site close (still 45 miles) to the north rim. The comments about some sites being tight or somewhat challenging to level (generally front to back) are valid but keep in mind you are staying in the middle of a national forest not a 5 star resort. We had no problem with water pressure, though it was somewhat low one day. Again that is why you have a fresh water tank and a pump. No problem with electric, as one reviewer reported. We were here 4 days while visiting the north rim and would stay here again.
I agree with all the positive review comments - particularly the friendly and helpful owners. However I apparently rate differently. Even though I don't need/use them I take off 1 point for no pool, playground, etc. (A 10 park has all the features). I also take off 1 point for some touch up the park could use. Area between sites is combination of dead grass, rocks and growth that needs to be cut / removed. None of these are major factors - just explaining while I rated it an 8, yet agree fully with the many positives in other reviews- level easy access pull through sites, good Wi-Fi, clean facilities, etc.
The construction mentioned in the last review is finished, so no longer an issue. We have stayed here at least once per yr for the last 10 yrs to visit family in San Jose. Yes, there are many park models and long term residents. However, I have never found that to be an issue or cause a problem. Not a place to go and sit, but provides a good base location for the San Jose area. The only other relatively close option has difficult access (from one direction only due to divided road), as well as narrow closely spaced backins for $10/night more. Have always found the facilities at Maple Leaf clean, but have never used the pool. We will stay here the next time we are visiting in San Jose.
Easy pull throughs for a short stay. Numerous long term residents, but they are in backins on one side of park and appeared well maintained. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Clean facilities and friendly staff. Primary downside is 10 miles to fuel, significant restaurants or groceries. Good overnight stop. There are probably better locations if you want to sightsee the area Zion, St George, etc. Does offer some shade (though trees will need trimming soon to avoid being an issue for some sites). Overall, would stay here again if I needed an overnight stop in this area.
As with most CA parks near a beach it is nothing fancy. Reasonably easy back-in sites $5 more a night gets you a double wide site. Park and facilities are clean. WiFi access was on and off from my site. Walking distance to the beach. Downgraded it 3 points to a 7 because no amenities, WiFi in and out, and owner and manager were not very interested when I mentioned the WiFi issues. Even with that would probably stay here again given the other options in the area.
Ok for a 1 night stop. Typical of KOA it was expensive for what you get. $40 got us a W/E pull thrum (no sewer or cable). Easy pull thru access to a reasonably level (1 board to level) site. WiFi is ok but not outstanding. Not a lot of options when traveling thru this area.
A good choice on the north side of Dallas. We have stayed here several times over the last 5 yrs. Always well maintained with friendly hosts. Some sites have shade while others are full sun. For a large park close to a large city they do a good job of keeping the noise level down. Yes they do actually lock the gates at 10 pm so if you like to stay out late this may not be a good choice for you. I am sure we will return again. Rate is with a Golden Age pass. Otherwise it is $28.
A good state park option in SE Colorado. Rate does not include daily park admission which is $7/day if you do not get an annual park pass. Sites are electric only but locations to fill your water tank are conveniently located. Good dump station. Park is known for its fishing and birding. Some sites have good shade while others are full sun so choose accordingly. We would camp here again.
Outstanding park in a scenic location. Large easily accessible sites with good space between them. Owner is very friendly and always working to make the park better. Very pet friendly with a large well maintained dog run. The park is 15 mi south of Colorado Springs but believe me it is worth it compared to the in close parking lot campgrounds. We are already working to see when we can return.
Rate is daily rate with Good Sam. Park is right next to I-5 (though getting there takes some winding around). Road noise is obvious outside but not inside the trailer. Overall noise is not too bad given proximity to freeway. Good wi-fi and cable. Park is down a rather steep hill, but sites have all been leveled / terraced well and have concrete pads which helps with leveling. I had site 22 which was long enough to keep my truck hooked up to the 5th wheel (since just in 1 night). Some sites are back ins and / or shorter which would not allow this. To my liking the roads are a little narrow for what is obviously a newer park that they invested in to make level sites down the hill. Would stay here again.
Older park with gravel backin sites up front and grassy pull through sites towards the back. No TV (either by cable or antenna). Good Wi-Fi. Back part of park has a business with lots of junk vehicles across from the sites. Somewhat off putting if you need to stay in that part of the park. We stayed in the front backins which were wide and easy to get into. Lady at the checkin was very helpful in pointing out the various attractions with Olympic Natl Park, beaches, etc., in the area. None of the parks along this west coast of the Olympic Peninsula are very new or fancy so this is about as good as it gets. We would stay here again as it is very centrally located in Forks and for the west side of the park.
Older park though they are currently putting in 10 new long pull through sites. Good access to Port Angeles / Sequim and to the north end of Olympic National Park. Stayed here 3 days. Sites are somewhat irregular in how they are organized but all have reasonably good access with some pull throughs and some back ins. 6 -8 long term occupants but as with most parks they are located along one side, so not an issue. Marked it down since no cable TV and really no TV (2 with infomercials and 2 with old TV reruns). Also, the restrooms are somewhat old style but ok. Good Wi-Fi at least where we were located: could see numerous repeaters around the park. Nicely landscaped. Stayed here 3 nights seeing the area and would stay here again.
Good location. As other reviews mention, don't be put off by what you see driving up to the park. Has lots of long term residents but well maintained and in their own section. Actually probably only 30-40 short term sites. Beautifully landscaped. Good cable TV and ok Wi-Fi (dropped off line at times). Good views of the water. Very convenient when coming off the BC ferries and also very convenient to Victoria and all of south Vancouver Island. Would definitely stay here again.
Newer park with nice landscaping,clubhouse with very clean restrooms, etc. Sites are level and wide but all are back-ins (only 1 or 2 long enough to stay connected if you want). Back-in access is easy given width of sites and park roads. Little strange that electric connection is at the front of the site so could present an issue depending upon where your connection is and the length of your cord. Marked it down to 8 because road noise(very close to freeway) and no pull-throughs / length of site. Would stay here again. Nice privacy landscaping between sites.
Nice quite park in the country at a golf course. Good access to the Penticton area (10 miles). Excellent Wi-Fi but cable was not working at the time we were there. Verizon cell not available at site but is at entrance to golf course (1 miles). Very clean restroom and laundry facilities. Would definitely stay there again.
Excellent small campground at a farm. One of several in the area. Nice sites with good access. Convenient to both downtown and shopping area of Kelowna. Excellent Wi-Fi and cable. Only possible drawback is while full hook ups they do not have a stand alone shower / washroom facility (not having this is typical of most of the agri-camping parks in this area). Very peaceful with nice views on a small working farm. Would definitely stay here again.
Not certain how Woodall's has this as a 4 star as it is clearly only a 3 star. Small RV park behind a motel. Some longer term residents, but very quiet campground. Nothing fancy, but then from what I have seen in BC that is true of a lot of them. On the plus side it has cable TV plus the best Wi-Fi I have experienced in 3 weeks on the road this trip. The park has about 7 or 8 pull throughs which are wide and they have trimmed the trees severely to help out with access. Biggest challenge is the turn getting onto the road leading up to the sites. It is tight so will need to pay attention. Would stay here again if in the area.
Best choice in Kanab. Mainly back in sites some of which are narrow and could be a challenge to get into depending on how well you back in. Clean facilities though they do lock the restrooms up at night. So/so wifi. Would stay here again if in the Kanab area.
Good choice in Page. Better than staying out at the lake area (both cheaper and more convenient to town facilities). Fair wifi. About 1/2 park is long term residents but well maintained for the most part and generally in one part of the park. Some pull through sites but also some back ins. Back ins are easy to get in (both wide sites and road is wide as well). Would stay here again. Camped here in a 5th wheel.
Basic park associated with a small motel. Good stop of I17 for an overnight. Rate reflects Passport America rate which they honored for 1 night even though PA says it is for 2 nights. No wifi. Pull through sites are adequate for staying hooked up if you can get one of the longer ones. Truck stop is next door for fueling up on the way out. Would stay here again.
Nothing fancy but a good stop for the Bryce area. Right at entrance to Red Rock Canyon area. Nothing fancy but friendly owners, adequate wifi, and good pull through sites. Cheaper than staying right at Bryce. Will stay there again.
Normally not a fan of KOAs as they tend to be old with crowded facilities. However, this is not your typical KOA. About 1/2 or more of campground is long term residents but for the most part they are in one part of the campground which is relatively well kept. Good pull thrus available for the short term stays. Good location for access to Boise and the area. Relative good access to freeway without having the freeway noise. Would stay here again.
Good campground for the area. Wifi works well. Lots of good pull throughs that are relatively level. Camped in a 5th wheel with 2 slides with no problem. Would return again. Road noise from I-82 is evident. Good cable. Some sites have concrete to pull onto while others have gravel. For some reason park elected to go with a number of combinations of facilities as to with / without cable, 30 v 50 amp, etc.
I'm not a casino person, but the RV park at the Jackson Rancheria lives up to all the reviews. It has spacious paved sites (both pull throughs and wide angular back ins. The Wi-Fi works good, and the cable TV reception is fine. If you aren't here for the casino this location can serve as a good base for the historic sites, scenery, and wineries in this part of the Sierra Foothills. It is a little pricey, but that's true of most decent RV parks in California. The laundry is free, and the pool appeared nice (though I didn't use it). I'd give it a 10, but it doesn't have an on site store (though there is a small convenience store a mile away at the entrance to the Rancheria). Will definitely consider staying here again when in this area.
Almost want to keep this park a secret. It is difficult to find a good campground with good access in either the Sonoma or Napa wine country area. This campground is in the middle of the Sonoma wine country. It is not scenic, being basically a large gravel area, but it is easy to get to, has OK Wi-Fi, and good camp hosts. The Good Sam rate at $27 for 50 amp ($5 less for 30 amp)is a steal by California standards. Will definitely being staying here when returning to this area. Only downside is not having access when events go on in the fairgrounds and a 14 day limit on your stay. Would have given it a 10 but doesn't have any sort of on site store, and the TV reception is limited to a couple of channels. A small price to pay for a nice clean campground in this area.
Rate is for a week stay. Primarily a destination type park for the winter visitors. However, everything was full in Temecula where I wanted to stay because of the holiday weekend, so we stayed here. Unlike a lot of destination parks this one has a reasonable number of pull through sites which work well for a shorter stay. Has a big club house, pool, and all the normal resort-type amenities which we don't normally look for or use. Pull through spaces are somewhat spartan, like it was a parking area initially but they work for the area and for a shorter term stay. Would consider staying here again if I was in the area. Convenient to seeing the sites (Temecula, Idyllwild, Palm Springs, etc.) all from one location if you want. Would rate higher but you have to pay for WiFi and there is no store. They do have public computers you can check e-mail on.
Hate to have everyone find this outstanding park with good access to San Diego. Stayed here for a week while seeing the sights in the area. Public run park. We stayed in the newer section (by Lake 7) which has super easy pull through sites, clean rest rooms, free WiFi, cable TV. Only slight (and it is very slight negative) is that cell phone reception can sometimes be spotty, but we didn't have any problem at our location. Has a good store, friendly hosts and check-in people. Lots of people are here longer term (they let you stay 6 months) but everything is well maintained. Will definitely stay here again when visiting San Diego.
Good park for an overnight stay. Easy to get in the pull through sites. Would rate higher but doesn't have showers, WiFi, or cable TV. Have done an over night stay here twice in the last year while en route to California. Not a location for a long term stay, but can't beat it for the price for an overnight stop.
Still a good choice for an overnight stay in Deming. We have used it for that purpose numerous times over the last 5 years. Only complaint this time was I couldn't get the WiFi to connect and the staff at the office had no idea of how or what to do to help any. Good easy pull throughs for an overnight stay in Deming. If you have a chance check out Si Senor Mexican food restaurant. For basic fair it is the cleanest Mexican restaurant with the lowest prices I have seen.
We had not stayed here in about 2 years. The number of permanent residents has increased significantly - perhaps with the oil industry boom in the area. Still an ok stop for an overnight stay. Sites are somewhat tight with some trees even though all are pull throughs. An ok choice for an overnight stop in the area but not a place for a long term stay. Need to trim the trees a little more for more liking.
Definitely not a resort as it is 80% or more full with permanent type residents. Still it is an OK choice for being this close into Houston. We had a pull through which was fine. The back ins would have been a little bit of a challenge for a trailer but OK for other RV's. Well maintained. No problems with noise or trash even with the large number of permanent occupants. Definitely OK for an overnight stay and / or if you need to be close into Houston.
A decent older KOA type facility. Nice easy pull through sites. A good choice for an overnight when going through this part of West Texas. Friendly hosts who helped when I had a question on cable reception.
A good park though not necessarily a "resort" park. It does have a pool, etc. Pull through sites are good but some of the back-ins could be tight. Cost is high since WiFi is an extra charge. Should be included in a resort type park at this price. We'd stay again for a short time period but go for a pull through site.
This place is a steal for $16 this close to the Dallas Metroplex. We stayed here for a month and it was great. Campground hosts are friendly and helpful. Restrooms were well maintained for a public type facility. Sometimes crowded a little on weekends but the noise was never a problem. It does have a 10 pm gate lock which can limit you somewhat unless you are willing to walk a mile in. Only reason it is not a 10 is because of no sewer hookups (but a great dump station) and no Wifi, etc. A must stay in the Dallas area.
OK park if you want access to Dallas area from the NE side. Sites are gravel but level and are easy access, long pull throughs. A number of permanent residents but most are in an area together. Couldn't get the Wi-Fi to work in the trailer but worked fine up at the campground store. Though I didn't need it heard them say the pool was currently "broken". Nothing fancy but there aren't a lot of options on this side of Dallas. Would stay there again if I was visiting the Dallas area.
Wasn't my first choice for staying in Fredericksburg. Older park with numerous narrow (read difficult access) pull through sites. If a fellow camper with more experience hadn't been there to help I'm not sure I could have gotten my 31 ft 5th wheel into the site. Between the raised concrete pad and the utility connections I only had about a foot on each side of the trailer after I was parked. This was after asking for a site with "easy" access. OK if other options are full but other campgrounds in the area have easier access.
A great place to stay in the Texas Hill Country. Mainly convenient pull through sites located right on the lake. All facilities in good shape. Would definitely stay here again. Imagine given its good location on the lake and access to a boat ramp it may get crowed during the summer months.
Good park with extremely friendly and helpful owners on site. Only park I've ever been to where the owner not only helped guide you backing into the site but also provided the necessary leveling boards. Had some difficulty with spotty Wi-Fi service with my computer when I was there but others seemed to access it fine. Nice shade trees. Some pull through sites for a quick over night but most are back ins up the side of a hill. However they are level, have adequate width, and the owner is an expert at helping you back in. Definitely a place to stay when in NE Tennessee.
This is the place to stay when in the Memphis area. A newer campground with lots of wide, long easy access pull ins with concrete pads separated by grass. If you are looking for trees this is not the campground for you but if you want an easy in, newer, clean park with easy access to Memphis and other area attractions this is the place to stay.
Good location & campground for access to Opryland and other Nashville attractions. Hosts provided local sightseeing information & shuttle options. Had entertainment several nights a week. Would definitely stay here again. Only downside is all full service sites are back ins. However, the site width and angles provide access without any major problems. Less expensive and equal or better sites than other Nashville campgrounds in this area.