We stayed here one night and chose the park based on the other reviews. This is an OK park and the managers couldn't have been nicer, but I wouldn't give it a high rating for a couple of reasons. The Wi-Fi was so weak that we couldn't use it. We do have our own Verizon hot spot. It is really not a great spot for a dog. There is almost no grass and what there is, has stickers that get into the dogs feet. We don't use them, but I did check out the showers and they are very nice and clean with individual rooms with a shower, sink and toilet and room to change. The morning of our departure, the water went out, but they did get it fixed pretty quick. Overall a good place to stay overnight if you have your own Wi-Fi, but I think next time I would check out the other parks.
We intended to stay here just one night, but, because of the weather, stayed another night. The layout of this park is a little unusual, but very nice. Almost all the sites are pull-throughs and our site, No.13, had nice shade trees. Many have nice trees and most have very nice covered patios with picnic tables and/or chairs. Everything worked well and the hookups were very convenient. The host couple, Peggy and Larry, couldn't have been nicer and very helpful. There is not much in Junction, but this is a very nice overnight stop. Would definitely recommend the park.
We stayed here five nights. Rate is based on one night at Passport America and four nights at Good Sam rate. Pull-through sites are long and level with a nice concrete pad. Hookups are convenient. The lady that checked us in was friendly and helpful, but she put us in the "new section", which was OK except the grass (weeds) was knee high between sites. She said they were going to mow it and they did start one day, but only worked for a couple of hours and quit. The old section was nicely mowed with nice space between and behind sites and there were empty sites. If we came here again, I would make sure we were not in the new section. My wife was able to get on the Wi-Fi, but I was not. Thank goodness we have a Verizon MiFi hot spot. If we come here again, I would look for another RV park.
We stayed here one night at the Passport America rate. Our site was OK, but I think it is the only site we could stay in. The rest of the park is old, run down RVs and trailers in the trees. The park is about five miles from town and the only place to eat was a Subway a quarter mile away. Our experience was OK with good Wi-Fi and cable for $15, but probably wouldn't stay here again.
The rate is Passport America, with no limit on this rate. This is a very nice park for staying one night or for a long stay. No rec center, pool, etc., but very nice, long, sites, all with level concrete pads for the RV. Full hookups including cable and very very good WiFi. Sites are somewhat narrow with grass between, but the park is very well maintained. It has a large, grassy, fenced in dog park. Also large grassy areas for dogs to run. One of the nicest parks we have stayed and would recommend highly. Only reason I don't give this a 10 is the lack of rec facilities, which we don't normally use, but some people might want.
Price was the Passport America rate. Staff very friendly and helpful. Sites are mostly wide, level pull-throughs. Cable worked well, but Wi-Fi did not. We planned to stay two nights and, because of weather, stayed one more. Would give them a higher rating except for the terrible Wi-Fi and they didn't mow the very high grass until the day we left. Would stay here again.
We stayed here for one night at Passport America rate. This is one of the nicest RV parks we have ever stayed at. Beautiful area with nice long pull throughs. Good Wi-Fi, cable, 50 amp--everything we could ask for and the town of Mt Airy is a neat place to visit. All major stores, restaurants, including Walmart are nearby. We only wish we could have stayed longer. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for three days visiting friends. The park was very crowded for a beach music festival, but we got a nice site on the river. The sites on the lower level have no sewer and only 30 amp and the upper level sites are too small for our 40 foot motorhome. Our little dog loved the wide open grass area where she could run around. It is a very nice park for the Passport America rate. We would stay here again.
I guess if I had read the reviews, we would not have stayed here, but it turned out to be not too bad. We were just traveling through on I81 on our way to Virginia and my wife was tired (she does the driving) so we stopped at about 4:30 pm. I called in advance and she told me the main entrance was closed, so we would have to use the back entrance which is a sharp right turn. That is an understatement. We have a 40 ft motorhome, towing a car and there is no way we could make that turn. We had to get straight, unhook and back around onto another road. When we checked in, I mentioned the turn and she said 45 ft motorhomes make that all the time. I would like to see that. She did say there is a place up the road where you can turn around and then come in to the entrance road easy. I wish she would have told me that on the phone. Then I made a big mistake. I asked about the extra charges that they have for WiFi, cable, 50 amp, etc. and she got all upset and told me to go stay someplace else. I would have done that, but my wife was real tired and didn't want to drive any further, so I bit my tongue and signed in. They do seem to have a lot of restrictions. After we were in and my wife had started the washing machine, I read in the brochure, no use of washing machines. Now the plus side. The pull through sites are level and nice, although a little narrow. The hookups on our site, No. 25, were very convenient for our motorhome and it turned out to be not bad for overnight. However, as another reviewer has said, it is not worth $36. We probably would not stay here again.
We were here just one night while my wife was doing genealogy at the local historical society. It is a very nice park with lots of wide open grass fields for our little dog to run around in. They do now have 50 amp sites for $5 more, but no sewer, which isn't a big deal for a one night stay. We stayed in site No.1, which is a nice pull through with a big shade tree. We definitely would stay here again.
This is a very nice park with acres of beautiful green mowed grass for our little dog to run around in. They have a lot of facilities and activities for families with children. The managers are a very nice and helpful couple. We were in site 54 which is a nice, level site which overlooks the swimming pool and a large grass field. Just a couple of negatives. There are no dump facilities on site. You have to take your trash out of the campground, across the highway, to a dumpster. That is kind of a pain. We have been in RV parks where they picked up trash bags in front of your site every day. The only other negative is the road entering the campground is a mud hole in rainy weather, which it was while we were there. In any case we would definitely stay here again if we are in the vicinity. We stayed three days, two of which were Passport America.
Nice park for a short stay. Long, level, pull through sites and friendly people. One thing I liked is that they had trash containers at the end of every row and you didn't have to go a long ways to a dumpster. I always stay at Passport America parks, but there isn't any in Gallup, so we paid a little more than usual, but it is a nice park and worth it. Would stay here again.
Don't be put off by the entrance to this parks park. The sites are in the back and they are level, shady, and have full hookups including cable. They also have Wi-Fi which is very strong and reliable. The best feature of this park is the friendliness of the two brothers who own it. They couldn't be more accommodating and quickly provided anything we needed. They give a 50 percent discount to veterans. We definitely would recommend the park.