This park is definitely not big rig friendly but doable. The turning radius is extremely tight and there are large trees. We had no satellite service because of the trees. There are seasonal people who have alot of "stuff" laying around and some old rigs. Good 50 amps. They have some big private sites in the back that are not used - it is a shame. Busy place; I suggest reservations if you are larger than 25'. We did not use any of their facilities.
This park can be very nice if you get the right lot. We prefer Lot 113 which is extremely private and has a bay view. Lots 1-17 are also along the water; however, they are not very private. The rest of the park is pretty close living, especially Lots 18 thru 56. The driveways are wide enough if no one has parked their vehicle in the street. Good 50 amps. Quiet park close to town and ferry. Very busy park - suggest getting reservation. Picnic table is in disrepair. Good satellite access. We have stayed here before and will return again as long as we can get one of the sites mentioned above.
What a great location before heading into British Columbia. Good turning radius on streets for our 45 footer. Site was wide, flat, and long (site 21) with grass and a usable picnic table. Good satellite service. We did not use any of their facilities but the park itself is very clean. Personnel was nice. An extra plus is the diesel station across the street!
This park is definitely the best place to stay in the Seattle area. We have tried them all. Roads and sites are paved and private. Turning radius for a 45 footer is a little tight. Lots of grass and open space. It is located in town; however, you would not know it as it is very quiet and peaceful and most sites overlook the pond (I would not call it a lake). Good 50 amp. We did not use any of the facilities. Very busy; recommend reservations well in advance. We will return here every time we visit Seattle.
This is not an RV resort. It is a campground. As a 45 ft motorhome we found the sites manageable to maneuver into but not easy. Graveled lots with no grass. Old run down picnic table. Quiet park. We did not use any of their facilities. Trees prevented satellite service. Word to the wise - do not use their website directions from the South. They take you through the middle of town which has tight corners and is very congested! The directions from Bremerton are a quick & safe way to get here even when coming from Tacoma.
This park would be a 10 if they would green up their grass. Wide paved driveways with long level gravel sites making for easy big rig access. Park is very clean. No overhead trees to obstruct my satellite dishes and good 50 amp service. We did not use any of their facilities; however, it appears that there is a lot to do for children and adults. Excellent spot for visiting Mount St. Helens. We have stayed here before and will return again.
Nice clean park in a good location. Very busy; we were lucky to get a reservation at the last minute. Roads are wide enough for a 45 footer. They do need to trim their trees to accommodate the taller rigs and their satellite dishes. We did not use any of their facilities.
Great location! Road is wide enough for 45 footer to make turns but sites are tight unless you are able to get #15, 17, 19, 21 or 30. We had 15 and it was perfect. Good Wi-Fi, nice view of river. Trains going by were not a problem. Hood River Bridge is doable for those not faint of heart. Try early in the morning before much traffic. We had no problem. Nice personnel. Everything clean. Large dog area. We have been here before & will return again.
Great location for visiting Walla Walla. Small park; very clean & new on one side and older & more permanent in another area of the park. I did not see any pull thrus; all back-in with a rear t rear configuration. If no one is behind you then it could be considered a pull thru. Good 50 amps, level, asphalt sites with usable picnic table and grass. Good satellite reception. Streets are wide & very accessible for 45 ft. We did not use any of their facilities.
What a pleasant place for an overnight stop. The owners were very nice and attentive at check in. As a 45 footer we were given the only pull thru they have and we had plenty of room. Good 50 amp service and a new usable picnic table. Not much grass on the site because of the trees but everything looked very clean. I have a dog and they do have strict dog rules but I agree with all of them. It makes for a pleasant experience for dog owners & non-dog owners alike. No satellite service because of trees. I did not try their wi-fi or cable. Nice town with good grocery stores. If you are a big rig you need to call in advance.
This is definitely the best location in the area. Close to town & the lake, quiet, very clean, good 50 amp service. The pads are not very wide and a Class A will have trouble staying off the grass, but they are 70 ft long. Trees need to be trimmed to allow better access to sites, but do provide shade at concrete pad with usable picnic table. Clear satellite view. We did not use any of the hotel facilities.
We were invited by friends who own a lot in the park. Perfectly manicured and maintained facility. Very large concrete pads and lots of grass at each site. Very well planned out. Golf course and other amenities available in this community which also has areas for single family homes and multifamily units. Good Verizon service; no ATT service. No wireless internet available at site. Signage is a little lacking when you arrive so you may want to obtain instructions regarding check-in when making reservation. Location is remote for visiting Spokane but the scenery is beautiful.
This park is definitely a 10! Sites are 100' long and very wide, with lots of grass and a concrete pad with new picnic table. Level, good 50 amps, very friendly personnel. Everything is very clean and well kept. Quiet and good location. I did not use any of their facilities.
We reserved a big rig site which gave us satellite access. The other sites are in the trees. Our site was level and we had good 50 amp service. Grass on each site. Wide streets and helpful personnel. The views of the mountains are awesome in this town. We did not use any of the services or amenities so I cannot comment on them.
The park is very clean and well maintained. Good 50 amps. The roads are exceptionally wide and the lots are long and each one has grass and a concrete slab. No problem for our 45 footer. There are many permanent/seasonal people but all are in a separate area and lots are well maintained. Did not use their Wi-Fi, pool, or laundry. Very comfortable setting & good location just out of town. Very quiet. Definitely a spot to return to when visiting Boise.
Nice clean park. Office personnel was exceptionally helpful in picking a site where we could use our satellite dishes and still have shade. Level sites with good roads. Easy to negotiate with 45 ft. Our section had grass at each site; however, the section on the other side had no grass. Good location for seeing the area. There is even a geocache within the park.
Clean, level sites with good 50 amp service. Big trees on every site. We were able to get satellite service by positioning rig between the trees. Sites are very long and easily accommodate our 45 ft & Jeep. Turns are wide enough. Easy access from I-15. Be sure to follow their directions. There are some older permanent sites that are quite messy and need to be cleaned up, but this is still the best spot in town. Did not use any of amenities so cannot comment on them.
A very clean, well kept park in an excellent location only 6 miles from downtown Salt Lake City. Sites have concrete pads and our site had ample length and turning radius for our 45' motorhome. Every site has a grassy area with a tree small enough not to effect satellite service and a clean picnic table. Gated entry. Easy access from I-215. Good 50 amp power. There are many shorter sites, therefore I recommend a reservation to ensure a comfortable size lot for your larger rig. There is a Flying J about 1/2 mile away if you need diesel.
We were greeted by the owner who escorted us to a large, grassy, 50 amp site with satellite access - exactly what I requested. It could be a tight fit if the park was full, but we had no one next to us. There is a 90 degree spring fed pool which we did not visit. Lots of families here on the weekends for family reunions. Not a noisy drinking crowd, just family people. Large grassy areas make for a nice atmosphere. There is also food available for purchase at the pool; however, we did not try it. Definitely need a reservation for a big rig wanting 50 amps. Good electrical service; new boxes. They even came by to make sure we were happy and did not need anything!
The only drawback here is 30 amp service. The sites are large, level & our site (#73) even allowed for satellite service. It would help big rigs if they would trim the trees along the roads but it is passable. You get water & sewer which is unusual for a state park. Scenery is beautiful and quiet and beach is nearby. Check in time is 3:00 but we found no problem with checking in at noon.
Close is not the word to describe the sites. The fifth wheel next to us could not open his slides. You sit side by side so you must share the small grassy area with another RV which may include seasonal people with a lot of stuff & animals. No satellite because of trees. Pull-thru was long enough for our 45 ft and Jeep. There are lots in the rear of the park that stay empty while everyone is jammed together up front. Good 50 amps. Park is clean.
Beautiful park along a lake with a golf course. They rent kayaks, canoes & paddleboats. Very busy; reservation is a must this time of year. Wakara sites are up above the lake and are better for larger motorhomes/5th wheels. Not all sites have full hook-ups. Paved roads & cement pads. Very well maintained. Good on-line reservation system.
The location is everything about this park. Its proximity to Bryce Canyon makes it the perfect destination. We were in the new section in the back which has no trees but has long, huge level sites and is Very quiet. There was room for our 45 ft w/4 slides, Jeep, picnic table, and room to spare. Good 50 amps, even cable back here. Ruby's has everything you could want; however, we did not use any of their amenities so we cannot comment on them. The park is extremely clean and well run.
This is a small, clean campground with level gravel sites. We had a back in site which easily accommodated our 45 ft RV and Jeep. Good 50 amps. Trees did not obstruct our satellite dish. Reservations are recommended.
Clean park with nice personnel. Easy access off I-15. All sites are level, graveled, back-in (I did not see any pull-thrus) with concrete pad and a place to park towed vehicle but turning radius is tight. Center row is double and sites are shorter. Exterior row is long enough to accommodate 45 ft. Good 50 amps. In town location but quiet with views of surrounding mountains. There are some park models in a separate area that are very neatly kept.
If you are a geocacher, then this is the place to be! There are thousands of geocaches close by on the Extraterrestrial Hwy and surrounding area. This is a clean, well run park. The managers are new so old complaints are no longer relevant. Very nice, helpful people. Sites are gravel and level. Be aware of possible electrical problems, as we found no ground at our site but were quickly moved to another with good 50 amp service. The surrounding mountains and green valley are beautiful. This is definitely a spot to return to.
This park has nice wide streets and flat pull-thrus. The trees are starting to get a little wide. We were given Lot P-22 and could not open one of our slides because of the tree. I was courteously and quickly given Lot P-21 which gave us plenty of room. Electrical boxes look very old; however, 50 amp service is good. If you are a geocacher, this is the perfect jumping off point to do all the incredible geo-art north of here. Be aware that the entrance to the park is not on Main St. You must turn onto Cataba Rd to turn in or you will be making a U-turn. When you depart with your rig you may want to go back the way you came in so that you don't have to make the left turn out through the gate. The price is a great value. We will definitely return.
This is a great park for overnighting. Or, if you geocache, you must stay here and do the Route 66 series. There is even a geocache on site. Nice clean park, large pull-thrus, and new 50 amps. It even has a lake in the middle of the desert! Very helpful personnel. We stayed two nights in order to geocache the area and will return.
We are a 45 ft motorhome towing a Jeep Wrangler. This is definitely the nicest park in Needles. Lots of flowers & palm trees. The sites are very private but the turn into the sites is tight for a rig our size. We chose to drive around and easily backed in. I suggest looking at the site prior to moving into it to decide how you wish to approach it. They have concrete pads and the grounds are very well kept. Very quiet; away from traffic noise. 50 amp is good and hookups are convenient. Personnel was cheerful. Good choice and we will return.
This is a beautiful desert experience. The sites are large and far apart to enable each one to have a great view of the desert and the surrounding mountains. Lots of wildlife & trails, there is even a horseback riding facility in this park. Close proximity to Phoenix for other activities. Very busy on weekends in the winter so reserve early. Nice on-line reservation system.
This is another beautiful Maricopa County Regional Park. The sites are large and almost level. The long pull-throughs are perfect for a 45 ft motorhome. The angle of the dump station makes it a little tight for big rigs. Gorgeous scenery and lots of wildlife, hiking, quiet. Everything here is very clean. Sunsets are spectacular.
By Quartzsite standards this is definitely a 10!!! Clean, gravel, large level sites, 50amps, everything is new & clean. What a refreshing change from the other parks in the area. We are in Quartzsite for the first time as we did not know that a park of this caliber existed. We will definitely return!!!
This is definitely the best spot in LA. We were in the C section and the views of the reservoir and mountains were great. There are a lot of seasonal and permanent sites here, but they saved the best lots for the transients. The adjacent park is beautiful and has swimming and a water park (if it were summer). We definitely will come back here when coming to the LA area. Full hookups and easy back in sites.
This is a difficult park to review. We have site 1103 which is a beachfront pull-in and we are near the front. It is really a nice site - Quiet with grass.. As we drive through the park we found that the rest of the park is not as nice. If you do not get a beachfront pull-in it is short, tight, and barren. Our site was tight but we are 45 ft w/4 slides and were able to fit with a little maneuvering; however, the other sites were really small. I am afraid that I would be extremely unhappy if we had not had the site that we did. If you have kids this is a great place. If you have no kids, it can be noisy & crowded. The lot next to us had 7 kids on it this afternoon!
Nice pull-through with full hook ups. Beach is just a short walk away. Very nice wide sites with table & fire ring. Only drawback is that there is absolutely no grass, no wood chips, just dirt. But the sites are paved and level and it is a really pretty spot. We are 45 foot long and there is plenty of room for us and our Jeep.
Excellent facility. Extremely clean and convenient to town, casino & wineries. We are 45 ft and had reserved a luxury site but could not fit on the site with our 4 slides and have room for towed Jeep. Moved to a pull thru and have lots of room. Sites are relatively short if not one of the pull-thrus and not wide enough for your slides and your towed vehicle. We wish we were spending more than 2 nights here.
Great overnight spot! Long pull-through sites, good electric, nice personnel. A little noisy because of I-10, but right along the river. It is definitely the best place to stay in this area. We have come back here several times.
We have stayed here many times over the years and have never been disappointed. The staff treats you like an owner and are super friendly and helpful. The sites are immaculate as are all the facilities. Only 5 miles from the Strip and only 1 mile from Silverton Casino. A perfect place to stay while visiting Las Vegas. It doesn't get any nicer than this!! Of course it has perfect 50 amp service, cable, Wi-Fi (worked great for us), etc. Too cold in December to use the pools or spas, but they are available. Diner on site has terrific breakfast at Very reasonable prices.
We were able to get a 50 amp site and it was pretty level. Not the greatest, but okay. We had nice grass and it is very quiet. A lot of older rigs and semi-permanents. As we had never stayed at a Thousand Trails before we were not sure what to expect. This particular one is okay, but if you do not have 50 amps it is an "open" floorplan where there are no reservations for specific sites. Very strange to us and the personnel at the gate was not happy to have to explain the TT procedures to us. It costs $5 more a night for 50 amp which is well worth it. The best sites are now park models and the 50 amps have no view. We do not use the public restrooms so I cannot comment. Good location to Cottonwood but a strange mixture of rigs and, again, no view.
Great overnight spot or while visiting Meteor Crater. We have stayed here several times and have not been disappointed. Clean, large, level pull-thru sites with 50 amp and water/sewer. Very helpful and efficient personnel. We pulled in at 10:30 in the morning because of a storm and they accommodated us nicely. I do not use the pubic restroom or laundry so I cannot comment on them. They also sell diesel at their station.
We have stayed here every time we have come to Durango and are never disappointed. The Big Rig sites in the front are satellite friendly, level, good power. I noticed earlier reviews talking about the flooding and I think that they are being unfair. Flooding was everywhere in Colorado and Durango was not spared. The park was not responsible for rains that never seemed to stop. This is a clean, well run park and we have never had any issues with it. It is the nicest park in Durango and the closet park to Silverton (we will not take our 45' rig up that road). Personnel is friendly & helpful every time we are here. I cannot comment on restrooms & laundry as I do not use them. Of course, we will return again.
This is a very nice, grassy, quiet spot. Manager was very nice. Park sits along the Rio Grande River. Great overnight spot! We do not use public restrooms or laundry, so I cannot comment on them. Fifty amps was good; site was level. Better than anything we saw along Hwy 160.
This was an overnight stop and they do not take reservations (at least this time of year). We stayed in Loop D with 50 amp power, no w/s. Very large private sites. They are all pull through; however, the turning radius is not adequate on some of them if you are a big rig. The sites are flat but not level. Regardless of these two small drawbacks, I highly recommend it. Beautiful park with lakes, hiking, good roads, golf course. We do not use the public restroom facilities, so I cannot comment. I did use a restroom in another area of the park and it was extremely clean. Best spot for the night or the weekend in the area. Great views.
We have stayed here on several occasions and have always been completely satisfied and would have given them a 10. This year we have seen a decline in the maintenance of the property. We have a premium lot which is very nice with the patio but the grass and flowers have died. 50 amp service is good. Everything seems a little more "run down" than previous years. It is, however, a great location for visiting Colorado Springs. Sites are level and have satellite access.
Great park in a super location! Clean, efficient park with good electric, level sites and big rig friendly. The farther your site is away from the pool and up the hill the better your view will be. We do not use the public restrooms or pool so I cannot comment. Very nice personnel. Lots of hiking & biking in area. Only a few miles from downtown Denver. The only problem is that the park has some road issues that need to be resolved. Asphalt needs repair in a few areas, but it does not effect your experience. We have been here before and will always come back here when stopping in Denver for a few days.
Definitely an overnight park. Grass needs watering, everything looks a little worn. Good access to interstate. Trees block satellite access. Not what we have come to expect from a KOA. We did not use their restrooms, so I cannot comment on them.
This is a very small, clean, friendly park which is great for an overnight stop while traveling through the area. We were greeted by the owner and his dog as we drove in and registered right on the spot. Our pull thru site was level and had nice grass. Power is good 50 amp with full hook-ups. Pretty park which I recommend highly.
We have come here 2 years in a row because we loved it so much. It is a quiet, secluded park that is very well located. Our site is very large and level with lots of grass. There are walking trails behind the park and they even rent ATVs here to drive into the State Park. Everyone is friendly and efficient. I do not use the public restrooms so I cannot comment on them. I see that there are other reviews which mention the dusty road. Custer is a rural area and the roads will be gravel. It is a very well maintained road with no pot holes. Definitely a great place to stay while visiting the Black Hills.
We stayed only 1 night while traveling between Cody, WY and Custer, SD. Very impressed as it is a nice clean park. It is convenient with very friendly people. We did not use the restroom facilities so I cannot comment. Sites are all pull thru, 50amp, w/s with grass. Has a good view of surrounding hills. We would come back again and stay a couple of days to explore the area.
We are on one of the pull-throughs which are nice with grass. The only drawback is the mud that comes every time it rains or the sprinklers are run. Personnel are very informative and friendly. Great location which is close to town. We do not use the public restrooms so I cannot comment on them. We would definitely come back.
We have one of the premium patio lots that overlook the cliffs and it is just awesome. We have a nice table and a swing along with grass and just enough shade that it does not disrupt our satellite dishes. I do not use the restrooms so I cannot comment on them. What I do see of this park is very clean. It is Labor Day weekend and yet we are far enough from the pool & playground that the noise is not bothersome. Personnel were very pleasant at check-in. Extremely nice park. We would definitely come here again!!
What a bargain for a great overnight stop! 50 amps, pull-through level sites, water, sewer, and Wi-Fi. The owners are super nice. We have never been treated so royally as we arrived. We will definitely come back when coming through this area.
This is a small campground with many construction people but is overlooking beautiful wheat fields and is close to Regina. If you want 50 amps, ask for A9 or if you have a satellite dish, or A1 if you like shade. Pull-throughs are adequate and pretty level. I don't use the restrooms so cannot judge them. Owner is very nice and helpful. Good spot for visiting Regina. Exit off highway is tricky if you are coming from the east. Ask for clarification when you make reservation.
Nice overnight park with level sites, good Wi-Fi, 50 amps. Their 50 amp sites are in the trees which is not good for satellite dishes. I don't know about the bathrooms as I do not use them. Convenient to shopping. Friendly personnel.
Nice open sites with lots of grass. Sites are well kept and have 50 amps. Very big rig friendly. We found no noise from water park. Friendly check-in. Close enough to downtown for convenience, but still in the country. Definitely a return spot for us whenever we come this way.
The only thing is park needs to make it a "10" is 50 amps. We had a motorhome site overlooking the lake. Absolutely wonderful. Clean, quiet, very nice. One word of wisdom: check-in is 2:00 and not one minute before. You will sit in the parking lot and wait until 2:00.
Great value for 50 amps FHU overnight. Level back-in site. Very clean and quiet. Nice personnel. There is a lake but we did not go down to the beach. We would definitely return if we were going this way again.
Very quiet, private sites. Wi-fi is good. If you are a big rig then turning into the site can be very tight. I suggest driving towed vehicle to site and checking it out prior to trying to pull in. We are 45' and did alot of wiggling around before we could get into the site. They could have chosen a better one for our size. Once in here it is great!! Wild raspberries and Saskatoons growing right outside our door. We did not check out pool, etc.
Very friendly personnel who allowed us to choose our site so that we could be assured satellite reception. They only have 30 amps and it is not good clean power. We had to run a cord from another lot because we could not get consistent power. Nice location; clean and well kept. Electric is only problem. Nice stop for a couple of days.
This is a unique opportunity to park overlooking Lake Superior. If you are a big rig be sure to reserve either a pull thru or Lot 25e as most other sites are very treed and tight. Site 25e is the largest site in this loop and is open for satellite reception and has lots of privacy and a great view. Park is isolated and 15 miles from Marathon. Come for the view and some hiking if the weather is nice.
A good location for a couple of nights to explore the area. Full hook-ups (30 amp) are back-in sites in the trees. Pull thru sites are water/electric (30 amp) only. Tight turning into pull thru sites, but they are open for satellite service. Be specific with your requirements when you speak to campground. Very nice personnel willing to accommodate your needs.
Nice, clean park situated across the street from the casino. Long, gravel sites with full hook-ups. (They did not get a 10 because of gravel instead of a concrete pad). They also have limited hook-up sites available. $15 a person free casino gambling for first timers. Well located between Sault Ste Marie and Taquamanon Falls. Would return again.
Excellent park. Ask for a lot in the center overlooking their water features. Very clean, well maintained, grassy sites. Excellent choice for the area. Some trees along the back row could prevent satellite access.
Get your reservation early. We booked 4 months in advance and still could not get a full hook-up. If all sites had 50 amp I could give it a 10. Nice large, level sites with new fire rings & picnic table. Lots of families. New playground equipment and basketball hoop. You must have a Michigan Recreation Pass which is $30 for out-of-state.
This park is a kid's "heaven". Clean, safe, lots of family activities. Since we have no children and were coming 4th of July we requested a site far from the activities and were nicely accommodated. Large grassy sites, immaculate grounds, surprisingly quiet considering it was the 4th of July weekend. Open sites for good satellite service, 50 amps, level pads. This is definitely a place we will return to when visiting Michigan. Our rate was higher because of holiday - worth it!
This is an old park in a good location. From here you can quickly visit the Capitol and MSU. Lots of trees so you will not be able to use your satellite dish. We had rain and our site flooded. If you are a big rig be sure to have a reservation as there are not many sites into which you can fit. Location and 50 amp service are the highlights of this park.
This is a great park that is well maintained, open sites, and friendly staff. We did not play golf, but course looks inviting. We were in the area visiting friends so it was an exceptional find in NE Michigan. We did not have a chance to try their restaurant. The drawback is the lack of things to do in this area, but if you want to relax and/or play golf this is the place to stay. I wish there were more parks like this in Michigan.
Park is the closest location for visiting Detroit and the surrounding area. Website shows pictures and description of each site which allows you to determine the type you prefer. As a 45' motorhome with 2 satellite dishes we prefer no trees and these are available. Power does not appear to be a true 30 amp service (very old) so take care when trying to run more than 1 a/c. Trees need to be trimmed along road to prevent tall rigs from brushing limbs, but not impossible to pass. Very quiet and large sites. Price is $18, but you will pay $30 for out of state vehicle pass.