A 'rustic' park. Basic facilities. All gravel & grass. Odd shaped, fairly level sites. Right on Idaho Hwy 6, but light traffic, so pretty quiet. No real office, but a caretaker on site. Nice base to explore the area.
This place is fantastic! I felt out of place with a travel trailer covered with 1200 miles of bugs and dirt! Beautifully landscaped, great check-in, helpful people. I could see staying here for at least a couple of weeks. The only thing lacking for a '10' rating was freeway noise and the light pollution from a huge LED billboard for a casino across the freeway.
Perfect 1 or 2 day stop for exploration into Red Canyon and Bryce Canyon. As others said, there is noise from the highway that all but ceases after dark. Gravel roads, gravel sites, pretty close to level. AT&T cell signal was good.
Nice little park. Close to the hwy, but not too noisy. Interior roads are a little tight, but manageable. The drive through sites are all gravel, but pretty level. Very pet friendly, giant, grassy, fenced dog area. Lots to do and see in the area, we would stay here again.
Great ocean front park. At high tide I could see the tops of waves from my RV window. All sites are back in, but there is plenty of room. Nice path to the beach, short walk. Lots to do and see in the area.
We stayed at Blue Sky RV Park for four nights, using it as a base for Seattle area exploration. This park is very clean and quiet. Great hosts. Good cable TV, good cell signal, no Wi-Fi. The roads are all paved and wide enough for big rigs. It feels like you are deep in the woods here, but in three minutes you are on a 70 MPH Interstate Hwy. About 25 minutes to downtown Seattle, 35 to the Boeing plant near Everett. We would stay here again.
Nice, small Forest Service campground. Lots of hiking and ATV trails around. Beautiful forested area. Water available in town (1 mile) or from spigot in picnic area. Back country grass airstrip can be noisy.
This was a very nice stopover park, and I could see spending a couple of days exploring the area. No cable TV, but we got many channels with the antenna with very good reception. Nice sized sites, nice landscaping. Good signage, easy to find. Quiet, no highway noise. Pet friendly. We will certainly stay here again.
Nice overnight park in the middle of Nevada. Actually perfect, IMO. No frills, just water, sewer, free WiFi, 30 amp service, maybe 50, didn't look. Fuel and groceries close by. What else is needed in the middle of Nevada? Dust? If it ain't here now, just wait an hour or two! Nice stay, good folks in the office, propane is available: we'll stay here again.
This was our second choice in Kingman, the first did not have WiFi. Park is easy to find, although it's in a residential area. Has decent cable TV and internet service. Very narrow pull throughs, but the mature foliage provides privacy. Has a nice dog run. This is a nice overnight park, we would stay here again.
We stayed here again this year, on our way to and from Mexico. We had good internet service from the NW corner of the park. Has great laundry facilities. The three different sites we have been in, all had the water on the opposite side of the sewer, not really a big deal. We will stay here again.
Nice desert RV park across the street from the beach. It is all gravel and dirt, wide roads, fairly easy access with truck and trailer, 53 feet long. Lots of snowbird units here that never leave, many nicely decorated. Cell phone and WiFi are good. Water pressure decent. Office staff great and bilingual. April is the beginning of the off season. After Holy week and spring break, we have the whole back of the park to ourselves. Great restaurant across the street, Jorge's. Has good seafood, friendly folks, and good margaritas. Good shopping, Mexican style, back in Viejo Kino, about 5 miles down the road. I wish we had an ATV: lots of exploring to do. We would stay here again!
We stayed here one night on the way south. This is a surprisingly nice park on the outskirts of the city. Very quiet in the rear of the park, which backs up to national forest land. Very pet friendly, there are also 'gates' where you can walk into the forest lands. WiFi and cable TV was good, staff was friendly and helpful, reminded me to at least shut the water off and drain hose as temps were expected in low 20's. A bit overpriced, IMO. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park, and we enjoyed our stay. BUT: I was looking forward to a 'Luxury' South Side space, but was told it was off limits for a pull trailer. I guess I understand, the sites are for sale, and they want to keep the riff-raff out, but I was a bit put-off. It won't cost them any rating deduction, it is still a nice place. I'll just spend my money elsewhere, next time. WiFi was good, cell service was good, cable TV was very good. Had beautiful views and was very quiet. Was dog friendly with a nice dog run. There was easy highway access, good signage, a good entrance road, and great folks in the office for check in. The sites for the North Side are pretty close together.
Good signage, tight check-in area. Strict dog rules, but overall pet friendly. Has paved roads, gravel sites, and is pretty close to level. Sites are VERY close together. Very little road noise, there's some noise from the local general aviation airport. Nice, central location, easy to get to metro Provo or Orem, but far enough away to be quiet.
This would be a nice family destination park. We stayed just one night on the way south. Most of the sites were back in, but ours was long enough and level enough, we didn't have to un-hitch. No cable TV or WI-FI, but cell signal was very good. Dog friendly and waste free grounds. Sites are very wide, lots of room between rigs. As said before, water and electric only, no sewer at the sites, but has nice, wide, clean dump stations.
We have stayed here many times in the past while visiting Portland. The staff was especially friendly and helpful, not that they weren't in the past. A nice park for an overnight or a few days to explore the region. There is nice freeway access. We will be back next year!
This is the second time we have stayed here. As others have said, detraction's are narrow access roads and narrow pads, although this time, no rain, no mud, but no guarantees in Portland! Great access to all the Portland metro area, wonderful walking trail next to the park into a regional park. Nice off leash dog area in the back of the property. The $37 rate reflects the Good Sam discount, but the added $7.95 per day for Wi-Fi makes this overpriced, IMO, and cost my rating a full point.
Beautifully landscaped park, close to Interstate, pretty noisy. Restrictive pet rules and a poor pet area, probably responsible for my first comment! It is hard to maintain perfect landscaping with irresponsible pet owners. We will not stay here again, only because of pet issues.
This is an awesome park, the first '10' we have seen. Clean, laid out well for the available space, beautiful surroundings, close to the waterfront shops and restaurants, and 'The Rock'. When we stay here again, I will try to get a cul-de-sac space because they are a bit larger and they are right next to beach access. I wish we could have stayed longer!
This is a great desert park. Very large, in the '60s was a Greyhound racetrack, the indoor pool is where the grandstands used to be. Very clean, spacious, large laundry room. Nice, very helpful staff. We stayed here three nights instead of one due to issues getting into Mexico. We will stay there again, as this is one of the closest RV parks to the border crossing at Nogales. BTW, an easy place to buy MX auto insurance is at Mariposa Rd. (Exit 4) in Nogales. Turn left, go under the freeway, there is a Safeway store in a strip mall with Don Smith MX Auto Insurance in the mall. We got in and out with no problems with a 32 foot travel trailer. They actually refunded my money after MX customs refused my entry!
Nicely laid out park. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The Grand Canyon Railroad train that went by twice a day was an attraction. Pretty cool to see an old, working train full of people. This park has no perimeter fencing, the side we were on was separated from an apartment complex by only a sidewalk and a street. Not really an issue, but different.
This is a great desert park. Maybe we were just real tired of the soggy, cold northwest winter, but a level, gravel, wide back-in site was welcomed. The office was closed at 5:15 PM on Easter Sunday, but there were instructions for late arrivals, no problems. Nice view.
This is a decent place to overnight. Water was not turned on but was available at a site in the overflow campground for filling water tank. There was dog waste everywhere, be especially careful if you get here after dark!