The rate is Passport America. The owner is very friendly and tried to make my stay comfortable. There are plenty of trees, so many that I couldn't pull in a satellite signal. The park does have cable. Verizon cell and hot spot were strong. The parks Wi-Fi was strong in the morning, but weakened in the afternoon. The laundry room was clean and priced right. The biggest problem was rain that caused flooding throughout the park and not much to do in town if you can't go to the beach. The park has a tiki bar and live entertainment on Saturday, but since it was pretty wet I didn't go. I will try this park again if in the area, but leave immediately if it rains.
This is New Orleans, you either have very expensive or reasonable campgrounds. This rate reflects the weekly rate, daily rate is $35. The owners were helpful, friendly and always willing to assist. The campground is nothing special, sites were level grass & gravel. Electric, water & sewer were fine. Internet and cable provided by the park were good, Verizon cell & hot spot were strong & satellite is good. This park is about 5 miles from the heart of New Orleans but the owner will provide transportation for a fee. Behind the park is an active Railroad Yard so if you don't like the sound of trains & train whistles you might want to find another park. The park is secure, the gate is closed & locked at night. The laundry room could use upgrading, machines are old and don't get much attention, neither does the laundry room for that matter. If in the area I would come back again, not many other choices.
The rate is Passport America for 30 amp service (I don't need 50). The owner is friendly and gave me a choice of sites. Sites are wide enough but as others stated, sites are not easy to level. Hook ups are good. Verizon cell & hotspot are strong and satellite is good. I couldn't pull in any local stations via the antenna. The entrance is very narrow and the drainage ditches are everywhere so proceed with caution. There is a lumber mill across the road with saws running during the day and truck traffic coming and going. I will pass this campground by if in this area again.
This is a great little campground, not far off the interstate and easy to access. The best part about this campground is Lake Caballo and the mountains. Site was level dirt with plenty of room for slides and awning, picnic table and divided from neighbors by rocks. Some trees are growing but don't provide much shade yet. The service was 50 amps, water & sewer but electric is extra. Verizon cell and hotspot were strong and satellite was good. I couldn't pull in any local stations via the antenna. There are no public services, bathroom, shower, laundry and no other amenities. The owner hosts a cocktail hour every night, BYOB and she supplies the snacks. CJ is friendly and helpful. I would rate this campground higher if public services were available. I will return to this campground if in the area again.
The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. Interior roads are rough with lots of ruts. Hook ups were fine. Primarily permanent residents with a few pulling in for the night. Site was dirt and very uneven which made it difficult to level. The owner is friendly and helpful. The entrance isn't well marked so go slow when trying to find your way. Verizon cell and hotspot were strong and satellite was good. If in this area again, I will find another campground.
This is a Passport America 55+ campground primarily for snowbirds. In Sept. the park was very quiet. The rate is actually $13.50 which includes tax and electric. They only have 50 amps which is excellent service, level gravel sites wide enough for slides and awning and concrete patio. Your vehicle is parked alongside the patio. It is easy to access and interior roads are paved and plenty wide. The owner/manager is friendly and helpful. Laundry is just as clean as the rest of the park. Verizon cell and hot spot are strong, satellite is good and local stations from antenna are good. My rating would have been higher if Wi-Fi, cable and trees were available but then the rate wouldn't have been $13.50. Shopping and restaurants are nearby. If in the area I will stay here again.
The rate is Passport America. For me this park had everything that I look for, wide level sites, wide paved interior roads, easy access, good water, good electric, good Wi-Fi, good TV by antenna and friendly helpful staff. Verizon cell and hotspot were strong. If there were more trees for shade I would have given a ten (temps get pretty high in AZ).
The rate is Passport America. The manager is friendly and helpful. 50amp service is weak, could only run one AC. Water is good. No local TV stations with antenna. Cable is available if you have a conversion box. Satellite was good. Verizon cell was good but hotspot is weak. I did not hear barking dogs as others have stated. I was here to visit a friend so wasn't around to socialize with other campers. Entire campground is dirt, most sites are not easy to level, dust flies when vehicles drive past, lots of ruts caused by rain run off that are not repaired. I will look for another park if I return to this area.
This is a Passport America rate in a Thousand Trails Encore park. You drive a mile off the main road to reach the ranger station (paved). The park is broken into numerous sections a distance away from each other and is down in a valley. It is a typical TT park, gravel/dirt sites, mostly level, good hookups, 30amp (50amp available if you can find one), no cable and internet at the club house only. Rangers are friendly and helpful. Satellite was good, not much from antenna, Verizon phone is strong, but hotspot is weak. Shopping within 5 miles, lots of tourist stuff, Sedona less than 20 miles. I'll find another park if I'm back in the area.
This park is at the junction of Route 64 and 180, about 25 miles south of the Grand Canyon Visitors Center, much closer than Williams. The price makes it a good value for the area. The staff were friendly and helpful. I didn't stay here but stopped on my way to the Grand Canyon for information. If in the area again I would stay at this campground. There is a Flintstone theme park, gift shop, restaurant, showers, grocery and laundry. Sites appeared to be spacious, on grass and fairly level.
The rate is PA. The park is easy to get to, good interior roads, fairly level sites, plenty of room for slides and hookups are good. Staff in office is friendly and helpful. Plenty of restaurants and shopping within walking distance. Verizon cell and hot spot had strong signal. Location is about 50 miles south of the Grand Canyon Visitors Center. Trains pass by several times a day and blow their horns when the train approaches an intersection. If you need total quiet this park won't work for you because of the trains. Trees have been planted, but aren't big enough to provide shade yet.
This is a typical Las Vegas asphalt parking lot except this campground is actually in Henderson which puts you farther away from the strip. The rate is Passport America, weekly is $105 including electric. There are a few shade trees here and there. The hook ups are good, high water pressure and nice pool without any shade. WiFi was good and lots of local TV stations. Verizon phone and hot spot were strong. Staff is friendly and helpful. Laundry has new machines. There is a drainage ditch at each side of the street that you need to back over to get into your site. The back of your motorhome is very close to the back of the site when your front tires reach this ditch. It becomes a challenge to accelerate through the ditch without backing into your neighbor or a tree.
This is a typical Las Vegas asphalt parking lot. They offer a good rate, posted on the large sign out front. The site size is good, wide enough for slideouts and your vehicle. There are bushes between sites which makes it a bit nicer. Hook ups were good, pool was nice, staff is very friendly and helpful. I was in Las Vegas to visit family and would have stayed here longer except they would charge for electric if here for more than a week. There are lots of permanent RV's and some pretty old. This is a good location, not real close to the strip which means less traffic.
This is a PA rate. This campground is best suited for smaller RVs although they do offer a few pull-through sites that would accommodate a big rig. You can just barely put your slides out, but not your awning on these sites. The electric post has one each, 20, 30 & 50A. First come first serve for 50 amp service. I pulled in 6 TV stations but couldn't view them. Wi-Fi is available but I couldn't access that either. Laundry needs cleaning and/or updating. Most sites are gravel but level. The owner is friendly and helpful. Verizon phone & hot spot are strong & satellite is good.
This is primarily a trailer park with some RV sites. The site was level with good hook ups. Laundry room was clean and staff was friendly. This park's weekly rate is $120 which makes it appealing for longer stays. It's location isn't far from I-15 with an easy commute to Salt Lake City. Verizon signal & hot spot are strong. Wi-Fi and local stations are good. Satellite is good. Watch out for the interior speed bumps.
Rate is PA as others have stated. Location is just south of town. Sites are pull through on gravel with narrow patio, patch of grass, tree and picnic table. Plenty of room for slides. Easy entry to campground and campsite. Cable gives numerous stations, but not very clear. WI-FI connects, but shuts down frequently. Can't pick up satellite. Strong Verizon signal - phone and hot spot. Immaculate laundry and staff is very friendly.
Rate is Passport America. Nice park with easy access to I-80, some highway noise can be heard. Clean laundry and restrooms. Easy entry, exit and interior roads. Friendly owners willingly offered info about the area. Only 3 local TV channels (none major), strong Verizon signal, park has good Wi-Fi access. Good for overnight or a few days to catch up with laundry, cleaning and grocery shopping. Small playground for kids but no other amenities.
This is one of many great Iowa County Parks. Originally I went to another park in Webster City and won't go back. The Little Wall Lake park is great with lots of amenities for everyone. Hook ups were good, interior roads good and access to park is good. Strong Verizon signal and good local TV channels.
Rate is Passport America. This is a gravel parking lot. Hook ups were good but Wi-Fi was from Flying J 1/4 mile away and didn't connect. Truck noise from the road is loud. Verizon was strong and local TV channels were good. No one around to ask questions.
Rate is Passport America. Medium size park with lots of amenities for kids and adults. Easy to access and good interior roads. I parked on grass overlooking a pond. The staff was friendly and helpful. Strong Verizon signal and good TV channels.
The rate is Passport America and only for 2 days. Asked for another day at this rate but wouldn't allow. Large park with no shade. Friendly owners. Laundry could use cleaning. Good interior road and nice site. Strong Verizon signal, good local TV channels and good Wi-Fi. No other amenities.
I went to this campground because it is part of my RPI, ROD membership. This location seems to be in high demand, although I'm not sure why. The site that was assigned to me was just large enough to put out my slides but not my awning and there was no picnic table. The road leading to the campground wasn't clearly marked and the interior roads are dirt with ruts and pot holes. There doesn't seem to be any maintenance done on the grounds and the pool was closed. The laundry facility needs attention: not all machines are working nor are they clean. Cell and satellite signals were strong. Office employees were friendly. I won't return to this location.