Staff very nice, hookups easy and site very level. Private with bushes and trees between the site. Large Oregon State Park on coast, but not walking distance to beach. Across river and wildlife wetlands from Bandon. As others have said, mosquitoes kept us inside and we were here mid-June.
Site not close to level either way. Good privacy between sites, lots of dust as roads are mostly dirt. Would not use laundry! Lots of highway noise from 101, but less after midnight. We will stay at another Park next time.
As others have said, the road from freeway to RV Park is very narrow and low gear steep, took 45 minutes. We had site #3, nearly level with nice shade from big oak trees. Not for big rigs or overnight, way too much trouble. View beautiful, you are about 500-600 feet above the Alexander Valley. Staff, nice but a bit curt. Grounds need policing badly, lots of butts, paper, plastic, etc. It galls us to pay for Wi-Fi at all, let alone when paying $60 per night! We will probably not stay here again.
Easy in and out from Highway 50, sites level and pull through. Wi-Fi weak and spotty. Water, electric and sewer all fine. I looked in the shower and restroom, they are old but seemed clean. For full hookups this is the best spot for visiting Great Basin. 12 miles to lower information center and a bit more up the hill to Lehman Caves. Nice drive all the way to 10,000 foot elevation at Wheeler Peak and trails, including the Bristlecone Pine trail. For us, a plus were the slots for a few minutes after dinner. We will stay again for sure! Owners were very nice.
Worth the 10 mile drive west of Lakeview on highway 140. One mile gravel road from highway to the park. Nice shade trees, lots of grass, very nice with clean showers and restrooms. It is a wWorking cattle ranch with lots of wildlife. Sites level, gravel, and pull through. Nice separation. Wi-Fi wonderful! The young lady host was very friendly and check in was easy.
Park is close to Arches and Canyonlands. There are lots of big trees for shade. Gravel pads, level, with grass in between, but sites very close. Park was full every night and also lots of tent campers. Easy check-in, staff nice, maintenance around park all day cleaning and watering. Wi-Fi not dependable, works great sometimes not all other times. Your must pay for Skype! Not the park's fault, but construction on highway until 9 PM each night, oil smell and loud. Traffic noise is a problem here. We would stay again for location and hope construction is completed. Moab has lots of traffic and overrun with tourists.
Two big disappointments for us; no Wi-Fi in RV section, no problem if you want to come into the lobby of the casino, and second, we had to disconnect in order to fit in the space, tough for an overnight. RV lot is black top parking lot with painted stripes for your location. Sites are side by side and close. Surprisingly quiet for so near the highway. Since we were disconnected we drove to the "Slanted Porch" for dinner - excellent! We will stay here again as it is safe, clean.
Staff friendly and helpful! The Wi-Fi was marginal at our site. Sites are all gravel and dusty, very dusty. Sites are downhill. As another has said, utility connection look new. Just not much choice in Ely, we will stay again.
An 8 because no pool or game room, but makes up for it by being quiet, very clean, and friendly. For those traveling up and down 395, suggest you consider the true outback, Nevada 441 between Fernley and Cedarville. Grass between sites, gravel base, level, good water pressure, excellent Wi-Fi. Trees for shade. We use our own facilities, but restrooms are old but very clean. Will definitely come back again.
This was our "shake-down" trip after de-winterizing to make sure everything worked; it did. The park is very nice with pavers for pads and all grass with large trees. It is the best choice in Bend. However, the railroad was very noisy at night as was street noise. Check in was slow, but I think the lady was new.
We stayed for six nights, this is our third visit to Rock Springs. In comparison to other parks it falls short mainly due to its location. Rock Springs is windy, dry and hot in the summer. The park is all gravel, but the park is very clean, and sites are close to level in width, sloping lengthwise. Did not use bath or shower, but the laundry was clean and the staff very nice. Others have rated staff down, we had very nice staff contacts. Wi-Fi is troublesome, sometime good, mostly bad. A large number of oil and gas permanent residents behind a fence in the back. They pose no problem at all, nice units and clean. We saw no one out at night other than dog walkers, plenty of park lights. Park fills up with overnighters in the afternoon. Traffic on I-80 not as bad as the big RVs pulling in late leaving early. Will stay here again.
Very nice. Had a level gravel site, grass and a table. They have a variety of sites, suggest the premium or next level pull through as some of the less expensive sites are dirt and very close together. Laundry room was spotless, new machines were worth the price. Two nice touches: a bar-b-que breakfast and dinner patio and an ice cream shop. Wi-Fi very good. Lots of families and kids!! Check in was fast, had lots of staff and the park was very clean.
Packed gravel roads and pads, level with nice grass in between sites. Nice angle provides privacy, plenty of space between sites. On hill overlooking Camas Prairie, beautiful sunsets. Nice touch is the soft ice cream cones, store is well stocked, laundry very clean. Little to no shade as trees are small. Saint Gertrude museum a wonderful attraction.
We are an older couple, no pets, no kids, and rarely use the RV facilities. We want level sites, full hook-ups and clean. RV Park was very clean, perhaps 6 permanent, next to the highway, all neat and quiet. We had a nice level pull through. Check in was friendly and quick. Gravel sites, but cement sitting area and pavers with picinic table. Grass between sites, plenty of room. Would stay again.
July at 105 degrees, very little shade, air conditioner ran most of the night. Site-14 was level and private, has patio. We do not have a slide-out, but I guess these sites are too tight for them to be extended. Showers were a short walk but clean and no limits on water. Beautiful red rocks, lots of birds, few people. We stayed two days while attending Tuachan Musicals. Easy dump when leaving. Will stay again next year. Park employees were wonderful.
Nice big trees in this very crowded campground. Fills in early afternoon and is first come basis. Restrooms were heavily used and needed more frequent attention. Very historic place, we picked our fruit from the trees, also bought fresh baked pies from the volunteers. Beautiful red rocks, nice visitor center in this National Park. We would stay again.
We camped in loop B site 13. Completely private, surrounded by Oak trees. Site was nearly level, power for air conditioner was welcome. Back-in site with nice table and some shade. Very clean. Drive to park is steep. This is our newest National Park, visitors center very nice, drive to overlooks are wonderful. Not many people as yet.
Wind, wind, and more wind. Park is all gravel, but level, with no shade. Had a friendly, quick check in. Easy interstate on and off. WiFi was marginal, good speed, low signal. Adequate for one night on our way to Grand Junction.
Owners very nice and helpful, they put us in a 50 amp site for shade and loaned us the converter. Park is level, sparse grass (weeds) being mowed and watered to keep green. Good WiFi, beautiful sunsets, rabbits on grass, lots of birds to watch. We used laundry, machines were very good, room a bit messy. Great spot for Fort Laramie visit, the "Hungrey Cowboy" in town is new and very good, especially for the price. Would stay again without question.
First week of July the skeeters were not a problem as we had a nice breeze. Sites level, reasonable space between, lots of kids, but quiet after dark. Only 20 amp. Our site was dusty only when someone would drive by too fast, otherwise dirt and pine needles and lots of sparse mountain grass. Nice to see lots of US Air Force families. Would stay again even though a bit pricey.
We are overnighters, not full timers, so full hookups and good WiFi are our hot buttons. Both were excellent. Did not use their facilities. Level site, nice grass. To early for the vegetables they grow for guests. This is our third stay and will again. Nice people.
I stayed for six nights when volunteering with the US Forest Service. City of Dorris is located near the California-Oregon border on Highway 97 and is an alternative to Klamath Falls or Weed. I used the laundry facilities, one dollar per wash, clean machines, did not use the bathrooms but did look to see that they were old but clean. The six or seven long terms were separated from the overnights by the bath/laundry facilities. All the permanent units were very clean. Owner on site, also a manager. Both water and keep the grass green and mowed. Park very clean. Downside is closest eating places are 20 miles north. I would certainly stay here again.
This is a small country RV Park next to their motel and home. The owners are long time residents of Surprise Valley and take pride in keeping their facilities spotless for the many returning guests. This is hard work since many of the guests are hunters and fishermen. The RV sites are level and gravel. The grounds include a stream, grassy park area and lots of flowers. Wi-Fi is excellent, town is about a 3/4 mile walk each way. We were on our way to Carson City on H-395 and drove over Cedar Pass just to stay here. We will do it again.
We stayed for seven nights while volunteering for the forest service. The park is 5 miles out of Taos. All gravel level sites. Wonderfully clean showers and laundry. Owners are very friendly and helpful, made great recommendations for good New Mexico food. Wi-Fi was satisfactory, not great. Would stay again without question. Nice to hear the coyotes at night.
We stayed here two nights and the rate was part of a package with the train to the Grand Canyon. The park was excellent, very clean, level paved pads. The WiFi was marginal as the wind was blowing at 36 mph and closed Interstate-40. Good location as you can walk to the train and downtown. It is very quiet. Would stay here again.
We are an overnight camper having no kids or pets. We use our own facilities. The good: Park is very clean, with nice trees and grass. Sounds of doves in the trees is wonderful. Staff was excellent. The bad: We require good WiFi to communicate with family. Wifi did not work at all! They charge by the size of your propane tank, regardless of the amount of fuel you take. A thirty pound tank is $26.00. The water connection had no handle, had to use pliers to turn on and off. We will not stay here again.