I read reviews to determine what parks we stay in. This one had good reviews and is in a good location to visit the Columbus River and Mt. Hood. I found the park to be overrated for several reasons. The sites are very tight. We have a 40 foot RV with four slides. One slide had to push back a pine tree which also made it difficult to walk to the rear of the motorhome without bending over. The driver's side slide extended into the neighbors site while the window awnings extended even further. The sites are paved and somewhat tight to get into but doable, but expect a narrow site on the pull-through sites. The site also has a half space to park your car. We found that we could barely open the coach door without hitting the car. Keep in mind that some sites in the park are wider and you might ask for a wide site when calling for reservations. The office person was very nice to deal with. We stayed five nights but would probably look for another park if we return to the area. We paid about $28 per day for a five day stay.
This would be our first choice in West Yellowstone. It has paved roads and paved sites and good power. The only downside is that they do not allow campfires. We stayed here for ten days and enjoyed being near the center of town. The staff was helpful and friendly. We enjoyed the free coffee in the lounge each morning. A great park in a special place.
This is a good family campground. We picked it for a family reunion because it allows campfires and has an indoor swimming pool. The family enjoyed the time here. The owners/managers/staff are friendly and helpful. We were at another RV park in West Yellowstone so we arrived at 10:30. Initally they said we had to wait until 11 am although the site was ready. I thought that since we had rented three cottages for five nights and two weeks in the deluxe motorhome section, that this was not right. I am an old man without a lot of patience. The manager finally agreed with me and we got settled. The site we had was great. Very spacious and they brought us two extra picnic tables. We had a total of seventeen people so that was great. I would recommend this park for families. I would rate it higher but I have been to some really opulent RV parks that do rate a ten.
We arrived on April 27 and paid for a month. The rate was 425 plus a 100 deposit for electricity. The staff was helpful. The roads are paved and the sites have concrete strips for the tires. Otherwise the sites are rock. The power is good. Be careful when you check in as some of the sewer connections are at the very rear of the pull thru sites and you will need a long hose to dump. Some rows have the sewer towards the middle of the site. They have a decent store and gas station with a nice lounge for guests. We would stay here again. I am a tough critic but will give this park a seven and recommend it. It is close to Lake Tahoe and Carson City. The casinos are fun with some having good food at a reasonable price.
Good power, water and sewer. Wide paved streets and fairly wide concrete sites. We were at a premium site which is wider than the regular sites. Rather noisy with Monterey Highway and the commuter trains right across the highway. Lots of hiking and bicycle trails right behind the park along Coyote creek. A park of this class should provide picnic tables. Two dollars a day extra if you want a table. Nice clubhouse and nice staff. This is one of the best RV parks in the South Bay area and we would go back. I would rate it a nine or ten but the Motor Coach Country Club in Indio is a ten and no other park is that nice. We stayed here for a month in January of 2011. You won't be disappointed. Our rate was based on a rate of 950 for a month.
I agree mostly with the former reviews. Yellow rocks protecting the grass and somewhat narrow but long pull through sites. The connections are at the very rear so if you are towing you will be able to hook up electricity but water will require an extension hose and the sewer was just too far to try so if you need to dump you will have to park toward the rear and unhook your tow. Otherwise, a decent park with paved roads and concrete sites. I might rate it higher but for the location of the services and the painted yellow boulders. Watch out for them.
This is a convenient stop just off of I95. It is easy in and out. We are in a motorhome full time for eight years so I have had a lot of experience in campgrounds and RV Parks. I am a tough rater. Any park without paved roads and sites cannot be rated over 8. But this is one of the best KOA's we have used. Very long pull through sites with wide access. There is a nice trail that goes around a pond. The trail starts at the entry. We stop early in the day and try to get a walk. I would definitely stop here again.
We use this park for overnighters between Kerrville and Las Cruces. They have a cafe which my wife likes, plus level and large pull through sites. This is an excellent rest stop. Not much freeway noise. We plan to stop again in January of 2010 on our way across Texas. I highly recommend this park.