Usually not a fan of commercial RV Parks, but this is the exception to the rule. This park has no sites not to close to your neighbor, beautiful restrooms and a heated indoor pool. In addition there is 24 hour shuttle service to the Casino. The park is easy on and off I-5, so good if you just need and overnight stop. Restaurants in the Casino and also in the associated truck stop are adequate. Lots of sites, but reservations may be needed in the summer and if there is popular entertainment at the casino. Sites are small and big rig friendly.
This park is mainly a park model resort, with some percentage of the sites that do not have park models used as RV sites. Our site was quite small. They may have spots for larger rigs but better call ahead. We found the park overall quiet, with the typical RV park inquisitiveness from your neighbors. A "HUGE" percentage of residents are Canadian snowbirds. We were camping in our truck camper which makes us very interested in the showers and restrooms. The showers are located in the pool/spa area and were marked unavailable till the pool opened at 8am. The restrooms are very limited with only two toilet stalls in each dressing area. Unheated I might add, which wouldn't normally be a problem except it was below freezing in the mornings we were there. Mineral pools and showers were very clean and nice. What is used as a dog park is a fenced in area of dust and dirt. No grass and very very dusty. The Mexican restaurant onsite was "GREAT" for breakfast.
This is a small, quiet county park along a levee. It is close to both I-5 and US-99, so convenient for an overnight, but away from any traffic noise. Sites are spaced nicely with grills and picnic tables at each. The bathroom and showers were adequate. They were clean and had hot water, but were not heated. Although there are 3 or 4 pull-through sites, most sites are relatively small and had trees that were low even for our truck camper. We have owned a 40 foot, 5th wheel, and it would have been a tight fit even in the pull-through. All sites paved. Park host is strict about pets being on 6 foot leash. She doesn't like dogs (her words). Rate includes 1 dollar for pet. We will be back here since it is also close to our favorite, low-key winery, Delicato on 99 in Manteca.
Rate reflects 15 for water hook-up only plus 5 for the dog. Understand that you do not have a whole lot of choice in Death Valley. You can stay in the National Park or boon dock outside on BLM land. All the RV parks are glorified parking lots and although this one was better than most it was right on the Hwy. The showers worked intermittently and are in much need of repair. I just got lucky and was able to get a hot one early in the morning. To do again, I would boon dock the day before I planned to drive through the national park. I prefer to enjoy a beautiful area in a much more secluded fashion.
This is a great park just off I-40 on the way to Vegas. Although close to the Interstate the road noise is minimal. Sites are very long, so if stopping just overnight no need to unhook. Bathrooms and showers are exceptional. Nice pet area too. If you are like us and use the showers, the only negative is they are at the front of park by office, so a little walk and not a lot of light if you rise early. Staff very friendly too.
Great park in a lovely location. This is a small park so make reservations if using during peak times. Many sites had Ramada's or covered picnic tables. Shower house is small but clean. There is only one shower in each side, so if this is important for you that may be a consideration in peak times. Campground is an archeological site with hiking, rock climbing and more. Nice place to stay outside of El Paso.
This is a beautiful park with nice level gravel sites that are widely spaced. There are three different areas to camp long the dam. Many sites are shaded. All sites have fire rings and grills as well as trash cans spaced frequently along the road. Bathhouse was heated and showers were hot and clean. The only downside for us, is that since we are in a Truck Camper the location of the bathhouse is important. There is only one central bath house for the entire park and it was a 5 to 7 minute walk from the campsite loop nearest to the bathhouse. Not bad on a nice day, but not good on a rainy day. Still, we would camp here again.
Great park with lots of activities including kayak and canoe rental, an equestrian campground and lots of hiking trails. The park is large, but the campground area is small. Big rigs can fit into the sites, but the road in the campground is one way and narrow. Showers were clean and hot. Sites were level sand/gravel and there are 4 paved handicapped sites. There is one central bath house. AT&T cell was 3G and strong and Virgin MiFi also strong. Hosts were extremely nice.
This a beautiful park located in the country on Tampa Bay. Sites are all level grass, but roads are paved and it is easy to get large rigs in and out. All sites back up to the river which leads to the bay. Some of the sites are easy to launch canoes or kayaks from and boat camping is also available. Shower houses are new or recently remodeled. The showers are hotter in the west campground than the east side. There is a beach area with picnic area and all sites have tables and fire rings. Great park. Rate reflex senior discount, so regular rate is $20 per night.
Rate reflects the 8 dollar entrance fee into the National Park, That fee is good for a week, so nightly rate to camp is 20. This is a quite park that allows you to explore the ruins of Historic Fort Pickens, as well as enjoy the beach. Restrooms are clean, but dated. Showers had plenty of hot water. Sites are private and are fairly level concrete. "A" section can accommodate bigger rigs. Loved listening to the presentation of colors at 8 a.m. This park is close to Pensacola, Navarre Beach and Gulf Breeze Florida. The Naval Air Museum is close and free, as well as the Pensacola light house.
A great park in a great location. Immaculate rest rooms and showers. There is a pool, tennis court, laundry and access to golf. The Gulf of Mexico is across the street. Monthly rentals are available from December to March only. Close to shopping and restaurants. Only negative is there was a burn in the park in the past year. If you are staying for an extended period you may want to pick a site that does not look at the burn. The kind women that checked us in did not really explain our site options very well, and not having been here before, we did not know to ask for the Lake sites. We will return though, as this is a great park with very private, level paved sites.
Private sites with level gravel. Campfire rings. Laundry Facilities. Close to lots of very nice shopping, restaurants and activities on the gulf coast of Florida. Why stay at a commercial park crammed in side by side when you can stay at a great state park and feel as if you are by your self in the Florida foliage?
Friendly hosts who left a light on for us because we arrived late. Easy to get to the park from I-10 and very peaceful. Concrete sites and a great dog park. We will stay here again. Only negative would be the showers could use a little scrubbing.
Love this place! It is off the beaten path and when you first arrive you think it is just a Mobile home community, but don't be fooled it has lots of RV camping. The sites are level desert sand with full hook-ups and picnic tables. This place has absolutely immaculate rest rooms and showers. The best part are the hot spring pools. We enjoyed the waters for 2 days. Staff was great and this was a nice Oasis in the desert.
This is a very nice and well maintained state park in California. The sites were well spaced concrete and easy to get in and out. Full hook-ups. Very quite and nice location close to lots of shopping. Only complaint is that 45 dollars is high for a state park and if you are going to charge that then must you really collect another 50 cents for the showers? We stay in a lot of state parks and have always found California's to be more expensive.
This is not a fancy park, but you can't beat the location and wildlife. It's about 6 miles from I-10 and a good place to stop in the middle of Texas. The park is gravel and located on a working ranch. At night the deer, and guinea hens and a turkey come to visit. Very quite. Showers were not as clean as one would like. This is easy to get into with smaller rigs like ours, however if we had been in our old 5th wheel (40 ft.) I would have been nervous.