This was our second stay at this park. The staff is always friendly and helpful, the park is clean and well maintained, excellent location for Rocky Mountain NP and Estes Park. This park is quiet and secure. The only negative is the TV service, it's basically unusable, the signal quality is very weak in all the sites I asked about. Other than that, this is a splendid RV park. I'll stay here every time I'm in the area.
The sites are laid out well, level, long pull through, easy in and out, the BBQ was a huge bonus, good food at a great price right at the CG. This CG is quiet and secure very easy access to I-80 and I-25. This is the place to stay in Cheyenne.
The managers are very nice and helpful, this RV park is very close to the North Entrance to Yellowstone, (you can see the Arch from the park). It's very near to downtown Gardiner, within walking distance. Sites are small, close together, 30 amp. Park is very basic, CTV is poor, channels (12 of them) are on west coast time except 1 (CBS) which is on east coast time. Park is dusty when dry. The price is high for what you get, but being this close to Yellowstone NP and considering Fishing Bridge as the alternative, I guess it's about average for this area.
This is the nicest park in the Columbia Falls/Hungry Horse area. The owners are very nice and helpful, live on site. This park is very secure, close to restaurants, groceries etc. Has easy access to Glacier NP. I'd give this park a 10 if it had paved roads and sites. 87 channels on the CTV, super clean, well maintained RV park.
Stayed here in the "off season" before the pool and bathhouse opened up, $15 per night. This is a very nice campground, quiet, secure, close to food and fuel. Long pull thrus, easy hook ups, well layer out campground. Easy access to and from I-90. Great overnight stay.
We stayed in this park from April through Sept 2010. This is a very basic park. Sites mostly level, dirt and gravel, most are small and short. There is no on site management or security in this park. The owners are seldom available or on site. There is a lot of local traffic with no business there driving through this park, some late at night. Espanola is the drug capital of NM and this park is close to the bad part of town. There are mostly long term renters staying here, mostly construction workers, which is fine, they are quiet and clean. There are seldom more than two sites open any given day. This is a self serve, self maintenance, self policing park. The nightly rate is about right for the area, but the monthly rate is kind of high for the area. The full time construction workers allow the owners to charge a Santa Fe area rate in Espanola. There are much better options within 30 miles of Espanola. Verizon air card reception is very poor in the park. The park Wi-Fi is iffy doesn't work all the time. You can sometimes get three TV stations, one of them is Spanish. If I had to stay in Espanola, I guess this would be the place I'd stay, the only RV park in town. But if I could, I'd go up the road 25 miles and stay someplace better for less money.
We stayed here for three days during the Bikes, Blues and BBQ Rally. The office staff was really nice and helpful. The site was a long pull through, hook ups were in good working order and arranged nicely. There is a lot of room between sites, security was excellent, and the park was quiet at night. This park is the best deal going for the money in the area. I'd definitely stay here again.
This is very nice RV park. We stayed here for 5 days exploring Rocky Mountain NP and the surrounding area. This park is a great location, it is quiet and peaceful at night. We could hear Elk bugling at night from our site. We had a long level pull through. The site was laid out very well, hookups in perfect working order. We were escorted to our site and the staff helped line me up. The office staff was very helpful and knowledgeable of the local area. If I go back to Loveland, I'll stay here again.
This is a nice park, the staff/owners are very nice and accommodating. The facilities were clean and nice. The bathroom has individual shower stalls with sink and toilet in each one, so they are like separate mini-bathrooms, very nice. The sites are about average size, mostly level. We were in a long pull through site: it accommodated our 65 foot rig well. The lay out of the park is nice and the access from I-40 is easy. There are several places to eat within easy walking distance. We ate at a small cafe-style restaurant across the street, food was good and the price was very good. The RV Park owners live on the premises, security was good, overall a nice place to stop for the night. I'd stay here again or recommend it to a friend.
This is an older park, designed to separate Canadians from their money. This park caters to "Winter Texans" from Canada. The park is about half full of mobile homes with RV sites scattered around. Some RV sites are in the front yard of a mobile home, etc. It is in a bad neighborhood, gun fire from across the street is frequent at night. The interior roads are narrow, curvy, and in bad shape, lots of mud holes when it rains, which it does often. They charge extra for everything. The laundry room was very small, washers are new but also small and expensive, laundry room was somewhat clean. The entire park is old and in disarray. There is a better park (4 Seasons) a short distance away, much nicer, better neighborhood, closer to everything, nice roads etc. Brownsville has only the one nice RV Park. Try San Benito for much nicer accommodations. I would not stay at this park again.
This is a nice park and very nice people managing it. They have a cafe on site for breakfast and dinner meals. We arrived just at closing time for the dinner meal. The gentleman checking me in asked if the ladies in the cafe would stay late and allow us to eat after we finished checking in and got parked. The very nice ladies running the cafe agreed to stay late for us. The meal was very good and at a very good price, a 50 foot walk from our RV site. The site we were in was level and long. We have a 40 foot 5er, with an 8' motorcycle trailer behind it, and my wife was driving our Subaru wagon. All of it fit onto our site easily. Made for an easy in and out one night stay. There are two truck stop fuel centers within 1 mile of the park, on the same outer road as the park, very easy access. There was some road noise from I-35, being the park is very close to the highway, and we were in a site up front. The bathroom was somewhat small, 2 stalls, 2 showers, but very clean, well stocked and everything was in good working order. Good water pressure. The sites are laid out nicely; hookups are lined up with RV hookups. No cable TV, BUT, for $23 and a one night stay, it is the best deal going. If you're on I-35 and need a place to stop for the night in the vicinity of Waco, I-35 RV Park is the place to go. I would/will stay there again.
Very nice park. Wide long pull thru sites, 50 amp, 52 channel CTV, fast internet. Quiet location but still easy to get on and off Hwy 71. If you're in Carthage for any reason, this is the place to stay. Very friendly staff. Nice place. I'd definitely stay here again.
A very neat little RV Park. They have a natural hot springs that guests can soak/swim in, very nice place, very nice staff/owners. Easy in and out. If you're ever near Burns OR and need a place to stay for the night, this is it!
This is very nice park, the staff are friendly and helpful, sites are level, long and wide enough for big rigs. It is a few miles south of town (Moab) but off the road enough to be quiet. Excellent cable TV selection, good Wi-Fi, excellent lay out, plenty of room to maneuver and the site hook-ups layout was perfectly for easy and trouble free hook up. I'd give this park a "10" except for the price. I paid $46 per night, with the Good Sam 10% discount. They charge $10 more per night for a long RV. I'd have stayed longer if they had not done that. I'd still recommend this park especially if you don't have a 40 foot 5er.
Very friendly staff. Nice park easy to get to, easy to get to Bryce Canyon, Red Canyon, Zion, Cedar Breaks and a whole host of other attractions in that area. The site was level, long and wide, great service, cable TV, 50 amp, all for $25 per night. Highly recommend this park if you're in the Bryce Canyon area.
Typical KOA, overpriced and rude staff. I have a 40 foot 5er, they acted like they were put out by the length of my rig. The park is layed out very poorly, I could not get one slide out extended due to the "landscaping" rocks piled up next to my site. They charged extra for cable TV, internet, and 50 amp site. I paid $36 for a 30 amp, cable TV site that I could not get my slide extended open and could not hook up to the sewer due to the hook up being 2 feet above (higher) than my outlet. The sites are not even close to level and the staff are very rude. I'd go down the road anywhere else.
Nice park. We stayed for a month. Sites are large and mostly level, gravel. Within easy walking/biking distance of Silverton. A very neat little town with anything you might need or want. Security is good. Quiet place to stay. No road noise. Train once in a while during mid day, not a problem though. Nice laundry room, very reasonable rates, friendly, helpful and informative staff.
This is the nicest park I've ever stayed at. The staff are very, very friendly, informative and helpful. They escorted to site, and helped with setting up. Very knowledgeable of local attractions. All sites are concrete, long pull throughs, some side by side, but still large enough that you don't feel crowded. Interior roads are paved. Security is very good. Within walking distance of restaurants, Wal-Mart, shops, fuel and town. Close to I-84, but quiet, no road noise. A very nice park/resort.
Overall it is a very nice RV Park. There is very friendly staff, who are helpful and knowledgeable. Good points; very clean and well maintained, nightly movies, social events on weekends, nice, clean laundry room, all level concrete pads, blacktop interior roads, security is good, nice exercise room with weight equipment. Downside; sites are kind of small, close together, not really big rig friendly, big rigs will fit in most regular sites though. They do offer Premium Sites that are basically two sites side by side, for more money. There is some noise from Highway 22. It is somewhat isolated. It is very close to Salem, but not within walking/biking distance of anyplace, without getting on Highway 22. The cable TV has 20 channels, a few "cable channels". I would very highly recommend this park to a friend.