We have stayed here before, and our experience was just as positive this trip. Friendly owners who also prepare dinners for sale, and provide a continental breakfast. Easy access, wide, long, level sites on gravel. It stormed most of the night so it was fairly muddy - the only drawback to gravel sites.
Easy access from freeway. Very friendly and helpful staff, that escorts you to your site. We had stayed here on previous trips through Needles and in our opinion, it's a great stop. We pre-registered and paid on line, so we were immediately escorted to our site and did the remaining paperwork here. This park sits right next to a KOA. My advice is drive past the KOA and stay here. We think you will be glad you did!
As stated, this is a newer, well laid out park, with wide streets, level cement sites: very, very nice! I find one of their programs curious: they offer 1/2 price rates on Tuesday and Wednesdays, but if you stop on Monday as I did, you pay full price (less the GS discount).
Easy access off freeway. As stated, it is an older park, but exceptionally well maintained. Interior roads are very narrow, but no problem getting my 40-footer in to my site. Sites are level, and a nice grass/picnic area between sites. Park is pet friendly, and has a dog run, and other places to walk your dogs on the park perimeter. However they are very strict about requiring your dog to be on a leash when out of the RV, which in general I would agree with. One of our two small dogs is an 18 year old Yorkie who is blind, deaf and can hardly walk. I put him down on the grass beside the motorhome and he immediately does his business. (It's okay to walk them on the grass area beside your RV, but they MUST be leashed.) But one of the park employees was adamant that our old guy must be on a leash. I explained his condition, but he was inflexible. I thought in this dog's case it was ridiculous. Lots of close by stores. It is an urban setting, but very quiet. We have stayed at other parks in the area, and our opinion is that this park is far better. We will be back!
Perfect overnight stop, $25 rate, all pull-though sites, easy access from freeway. You can eat in the casino restaurants and gamble to your hearts delight. Doesn't get much better for an overnight stop!!
Easy access from I-40. Clean, well maintained park and facilities; gravel roads and level gravel sites. Very friendly staff, and they provide a dinner menu (reasonable prices) that they deliver to your site, and a free continental breakfast. Like most KOA's, they are not inexpensive, but with the free breakfast it does somewhat offset their higher price. I would stay here again.
As previously stated, this park is right in the heart of town, and walking distance to many things. It is an older park, but well maintained. Very friendly and helpful staff. Has paved, narrow roads and terraced gravel sites. They guide you to your site, and while pretty tight, I maneuvered through the roads with my 40' MH and the car still attached. You do hear the tourist helicopter take off and land from time to time, but it wasn't a big negative. Strong Wi-Fi. We liked this park!!
Park has easy access off I-44, friendly staff, paved roads and sites. We were in a large pull through near the front of the park. Had some road noise, but not a huge issue. They advertise WiFi, but their WiFi was not working. We only overnighted here.
As nice a park as I have ever stayed at. Has easy access off I-40; 50-cent washing machines; RV repair on site; RV washing service; a limited menu restaurant; pizza delivery to your rig; paved streets/sites. Located about 10 miles west of Amarillo.
With easy access and friendly, helpful staff; this park has a country setting and very quiet. Choice of gravel sites, or gravel sites with cement patios are available. Sites are level. Has beautiful views. It's about a 10 or 15 minute ride into Santa Fe. I would highly recommend this facility. We are here ahead of the tourist season, so the park is not very crowded.
Friendly staff. Rate reflects 2 nights at PA rate and one night at Good Sam rate. Gravel roads and sites are not particularly level. It's okay for an overnight or couple of nights stay. Easy access off of I-40. Pool was still closed for winter.
I strongly disagree with previous posters who rated this park a 10. It is a 40 year old park, but is well maintained. The staff is friendly and helpful. Interior roads are paved, but fairly narrow. There are many seasonals/permanents. The sites are gravel and level, but close together. It is not in a very good part of town, but security is good, with locked gates ($75 deposit required for an automatic opener for security gate). A MAJOR negative are the jets from Nellis Air Force Base taking off overhead throughout the day. The good news is they don't fly at night. There is a motel and steakhouse/bar on the property. Price is good based on what else is available in the area, but I am not sure I would stay here again, based on the jet noise alone.
We have stayed here several times on our way through Bakersfield. It's a very well maintained park, with large, level gravel spaces and paved roadways. Easy access from Hwy 58. Friendly, helpful staff.
Well maintained park, with easy access off I-40. Wide paved roadways and some very large, level gravel pull-through sites. Friendly staff. Two fenced dog runs. Great for an overnight stopover. Had excellent Wi-Fi service.
Positives: Beautifully laid out and maintained with a very friendly staff. Has paved streets and sites. Picnic tables. Large fenced-in dog run area. Easy access from I-5. Nice pool, but unheated. We were here for 1/2 price day!!! Negatives: VERY narrow sites, with dirt and plants on each side. They water at night, so it's muddy in the morning, and the sites are so narrow, you have to walk in the planting area. With windows open, you can hear freeway noise. While they claim Wi-Fi, it was iffy at best, which the staff readily admitted to. The water/electric and sewer are at the rear of the site. If you don't want to unhook your car, you will need longer than a 25' water hose and an extension for your sewer connection.
What a great surprise this park turned out to be. I chose it based on this web site's reviews: and it was a great choice. It had large, level, gravel pull-through sites; wide gravel roadways and friendly helpful staff. This park looks fairly new. No pool is the only minor negative.
Rate reflects weekly rate. This is a very well maintained and reasonably priced park, with paved roadways and paved level sites. The park is built on the slope of a hill, so your neighbor is slightly lower than you. There is an indoor pool. The park has strict pet rules that limit where you can walk your dog, but it is not an issue, as there is a designated area. The only negative to this park is because the sites are built on the slope of a hill, the grass area next to each site also slopes, and there are lots of plantings to provide some degree of privacy. So, no picnic tables or level area to put your chairs out. Wwe have family nearby, and have stayed here several times before: all in all, we like this park!
A very nice park! Wide, paved interior roads and level gravel sites, which are fairly close to your neighbor. We were in a pull-through for an overnight. There was a nice spa and heated poo, and a Mini-mart on site. They also offered a low-cost breakfast. We overnighted here, but could have stayed longer. Did not identify any negatives at this park.
Large well maintained park, with wide interior rode ways and level gravel sites. No pool, but property sits alongside the Spokane river and there is a beach and river swimming. Close to downtown and shopping, movies, restaurants, etc. Heard a little road noise at night with the windows open because our site was close to the road, but really had no negatives during our 3 night stay.
Owner operated. Clean, well kept, with level, but narrow pull through sites. In the site we were in, our satellite worked fine, and the free Wi-Fi worked great. Owner was friendly, but is very firm on park rules, particularly pet rules (we travel with 2), and took the time to spell them all out at check-in. But in fairness, I didn't find any of her rules or pet rules to be unreasonable, and we didn't have any issues with the owner. Park is just a few miles from the west entrance to Glacier NP. I would stay here again.
This park is very close to the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, and was very busy. I thought this was a very well-kept park: with a friendly and helpful staff. We stayed 3 days in a back-in site (lot's of pull-thrus but all were full), and had no problem in my 40'er. Two negatives: the WI-FI mostly didn't work from our site and trees blocked our satellite reception...but they did have cable.
Previous poster was spot on...older park, well maintained. Narrow paved roadways. Gravel sites, very close together. Friendly staff. No frills park. Make reservations, as park fills up nightly. Price is right, and I would stay here again.
Right off I-90 but far enough to be very quiet. Very helpful and friendly owners. We stopped here for an overnight and it happened to be during the Sturgis Motorcycle event (20+ miles east), so they were very full with lot's of bikers camped here...they were no problem at all. Campground does add $5.00 to their rate during the Sturgis Rally. I had a pull through site with water and 50amps, but no sewer..water pressure is very high, which the owner warned me about, so you need a pressure regulator or have to use your own water.
Older park, well maintained with dirt/gravel roadways and pull-thru RV spaces. Easy access off I-90. Very friendly and helpful owner, who escorted us to our site. They also serve a short menu of breakfast and dinner. We were here for an overnight stop, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this park.
Positives: Right off I-90; dirt/gravel roadways and pull-through sites. Our site was level. Free wi-fi and cable. Friendly, helpful staff, and escort to site. Negatives: Some road noise from the highway. I would recommend this park.
Park is part of the Mystic Lake Casino complex. All cement sites, wide roadways, with long pull-thrus. Grass picnic areas for each site. Even have an RV wash and diesel gas on the property. Easy walk or take the shuttle to casino, which is a huge casino/hotel/convention/entertainment complex...they have really good, affordable food at several restaurants. The only negative is the way the park is laid out, each pull-thru site is faced in the opposite direction, so you have a neighbor right next to you (way too close) on the drivers side, but a wide grass picnic area on the door/awning side...other than that minor issue, we really liked this park!!
Positives: Easy access from freeway. Friendly, helpful staff. Beautifully maintained campground. Heated pool and hot tub. Large, easy to access level pull-though sites. Some sites gravel, some cement. Seasonals/permanents in separate section. Lot's of amenities for kids. Negatives: The only negative was that they charge for internet service. We really liked this park!
Negatives: NONE Positives: Owner operated, and very friendly and helpful. WIFI worked great. They have worked very hard on updating an older campground, and recently added a new row of pull-thrus and are adding still another new section of pull-thrus. Park is just off I-80, and close to major servicing in Michigan City. I would not hesitate to recommend this park.
Positives: There is easy access off turnpike. The office staff is extremely helpful. It is owner operated, and he too was very helpful. Negatives. No sewer hookup in the pull through site we had, but there was a drain that we could run a hose and drain grey water. It was not a big deal, because we only stayed one night here. There was no cable, and it is heavily treed, so satellite wouldn't work. There appeared to be a significant number of seasonal sites. Inner roads fairly tight for my 40' MH, but we did get into one of their four pull-through sites without much problem. Again, owner and staff are friendly and their helpful manner made up for anything lacking in the campground.
Positives: Close to Niagra Falls. Friendly, helpful staff. Heated pool. Sites fairly level. Park well maintained. Negatives: WAY TO EXPENSIVE. Pull through sites were VERY tight and close together...not sure there is enough room to put out our awning. Pull through sites are close to the highway, and we could hear some road noise, but not a huge issue. This is a large campground with cabins, tents, back-in and pull through sites.
A beautifully maintained RV park with avery friendly staff. About 7 miles off of I-90. Sites are level and they have very large and roomy pull through locations. A river runs alongside the park making it very scenic. I would highly recommend this park.
Start with the positives: A large lake, with lot's of amenities for kids. Also they have lot's of activities for campers, including a live band on the Saturday night we were there. It's also the closest RV park to Portland. The negatives: No cable. So no TV in treed lots. Wifi very problematic. A lot of seasonals. Lake and playground area is open for day use...on the weekends lot's of people come there to swim and party. Non treed sites and roadways are sand/grass. sites not very level, with deep ruts from previous rains everywhere. Then it rained hard while we were there and the entire area turned into a mud bog. I would probably not stay here again.
The positives: park, has a lot of amenities..3 pools, ice cream shop, small snack restaurant. Game room and a very friendly,helpful staff. We had a pull-through site, which are large and wide. Heavily treed, which gives great separation from your neighbors. The negatives: A significant number of seasonal/permanents. No limit on dog sizes, so we heard large dogs barking from time to time. From the pull-through area, you can also hear some road noise (especially in the morning) with windows open. We do not have kids, but the park is very kid friendly. All in all, we enjoyed our stay here and I would recommend this park.
This park is one of only 3 I could find within commuting (drivng or train) distance to NYC. This park has lot's of amenities for kids. When I called for reservations, they told me no pull throughs. Most portions of the park are heavily treed. When I got here, the site they gave me was down a very narrow and curvy inner road, heavily treed, and very difficult to navigate with my 40' MH. It was anything but easy backing in, because of a tree on the passenger side of the road, after finally backing in, discovered it was only 30amp, even though I specified 50 amp when I made the reservation. They then moved me to a wide open area out of the tree's with easy back-in and 50amp. That site was fine. The park is quiet and very well maintained. They offer 10 or 11 cable stations. (Satellite won't work, even though we weren't in the tree's, we were surrounded by them.) From where we were in the park, the free Wi-Fi was problematic. It worked sometimes, and didn't sometimes. Considering limited RV park choices, I wouldn't say the price is way high, but it's as much as we have paid during 3 months on the road. But then it's NY!!!
Reflects weekly rate. This park is family owned and operated, and immaculately maintained. They spell out their rules very clearly, and enforce them. It is in the middle of Amish country, close to Lancaster and Hershey, PA., and about 65 miles from downtown Phillie. There are no real negatives other than there is only one pull thru site...all the sites are back-in, but roadways are wide enough to not make it an issue. The owners provided a country and western band for entertainment on July 4th along with a candlelight ceremony to honor our troops. I would highly recommend this park.
Rate reflects 2 nights at Passport America rate and 2 nights of weekend without PPA. This is an older park. I agree with previous poster; the park could use some updating. They also have a large tent area, and it appears there are many long term residents. Our site was fine. It was in an open area, fairly level, where our satellite worked great. The real positive for this park is it's right near the Gettysburg Battlefield and the new Visitors center and close to the town of Gettysburg. The Diorama they have at the park and offer campers for free is a treat. I wouldn't hesitate to return.
We stopped here for an overnight stay, and I didn't realize how far off the freeway it was...this is a destination park, primarily geared to children. No negatives regarding sites, amenities, etc. It is clean and well kept. I picked it because it was a PPA park, but failed to notice they do not honor PPA between May and Labor Day...I would not recommend this park as a place for adults without children.
Not sure why previous poster said staff was rude, as office staff and owner were very friendly, and helpful! Nice park with both pull-throughs and back-ins. Office staff advised me to go to a back-in, because of freeway road noise down at the pull-through section. She was right. Roadway wide enough to back my 40'er in without a problem. Maybe you get what you give, in dealing with people?
Rate reflects PPA rate. Very nice park...only two minor negative comments...there are no pull through sites...everything is back-in and no wi-fi, but we have a Verizon card, so not big deal. Park is well maintained and has a large pool and nice club house. Gated entrance. Friendly staff, and we found many of the campers extremely friendly. I would not hesitate to strongly recommend this facility.
Rate reflects Passport America and weekly rate. Very scenic and rustic park on the banks of Lake Lanier. No 50 amp available. We had a nice pull through spot in the trees. Satellite wouldn't work, and no cable, but were able to pull in 2 local channels. We arrived Memorial Day, and since then the park has been fairly empty. Sites are dirt and pine straw, and not all that level, but all in all, we liked it here, and I would highly recommend this park.
We also stopped for an overnight stay. Though no fault of the park, it has been raining off and on for over a week, and while no standing water at the sites, the one I was assigned had deep ruts from previous rigs. Site not very level because of the ruts, but I was afraid to put jacks down. Can't really blame the park for the weather. The park is clean and well maintained and the staff was friendly. They advertise WIFI, but I could not get it to work for any length of time at our site...even our Verizon WIFI didn't work all that well...
Just off I-95, but rural setting. Nice park with fairly level sand/dirt/grass sites. It had been raining hard for the last week in Florida, so there was significant standing water at all sites. Can't fault park for that. Very friendly & helpful staff who made a point to tell me about the water issue before we registered. I would not hesitate to recommend this park. Very convenient to St. Augustine and the Golf Hall of Fame.
Easy access from freeway. Large park. Friendly staff. Rate reflects PPA price. While they advertise WIFI, it is problematic unless you are close to the office. Interior roads are very narrow. Sites are paved, and while previous posters complained that they are not level, that was not my experience.
Very friendly and welcoming manager. This park is predominatly park models and seasonals. Interior roads fairly narrow. They only have 6 pull through sites, which are large and paved. Park was a challange to find, as they are on a frontage road and the address doesn't come up on my GPS. But when I called for reservations, they gave me an alternative address to try and it got me close enough to see their sign. Large heated pool and hot tub, which are right across from the pull through sites. Only negative is that they charge for internet service. We enjoyed our stay here.
Rate reflects PPA rate. Very convenient off freeway. Large grass/sand/dirt pull throughs. We stayed here for an overnight stop. Pool was heated, and staff very friendly. Pet friendly park. We could see the freeway from our site, and there was some freeway noise,but was not an issue.
Rate reflects weekly rate. This is an older park, well maintained with concrete pad pull thoughs and a very friendly staff. Heavily treed, with narrow inner roads. Easy access to Savannah and Hilton Head. Only thing we didn't like was the rule they have of not allowing use of washing machines in your motorhome. They insist you use their facilities. They claim it is harmful to their septic system. Funny, their washers are on the same system. Other than that issue, and of course the ever present mosquitos we have experienced all over Florida and Georgia, the park was fine. We were here for a week.
Dirt/gravel road entry, narrow inner roads with grass sites. Rate is Passport America rate. Park was fine..we stayed here 5 days. Easy access to downtown Charleston about 12 miles away. You can hear a train whistle a few times a day, but was a non-issue for us. Park was quiet and well maintained, and staff was friendly.
Easy access from I-10, but far enough away so no freeway noise. Sits well off the street and very well kept park Very friendly and helpful staff. Only issue, the internal roads are narrow, but again, was not a major issue for my 40' MH and tow car. Just need to be careful. I highly recommend this park!!
PPA rate. A previous reviewer mentioned that the driveway coming in has a fairly steep fall off. It does fall off, but was no problem for my 40' and tow car. I didn't think it a problem at all, although I did go slow. Park is older, heavily treed, dirt roads and dirt/sand sites. There are a lot of permanents and seasonals. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. Based on RV park pricing along the beach (Destin Fort Walton, etc), this PPA park was fine. There are no pull throughs, but they gave me a corner site that was easy to back into. We stayed 2 nights.
Very rural. Very friendly and helpful staff. Park is .9 miles down a dirt road, and all internal roads and sites are dirt/sand. Park is well kept. Price reflects Passport America rate, which is why we picked this park to overnight in. The only negative I would mention is we had trouble getting a satellite signal because sites are heavily treed. The manager was very cooperative and did give me a site she thought would offer the best chance of grabbing a signal. Our TV worked on and off all night: kept losing the signal.
I disagree with prior posters in that this park is not scary at all andthey are working to repair the road leading to the park (about 1 mile long) and the park is gated. It is in the harbor area, so some of the buildings on the road leading to the park are warehouses. The park however, is nice ,gravel roads and sites and right on the water. All new landscaping and office building since the storm. The park is a work in progress, but we liked it. The staff is very accommodating and friendly. They do run a free shuttle to the French Quarter 3 times a day. We drove it today ourselves, takes about 15 minutes to get there.
Excellent overnight park. They are PPA, but we arrived on Easter Sunday, so no PPA, but she did give me a 10% discount as a goodwill gesture. The managers couldn't have been more friendly or helpful. The park is busy, so reservations are suggested. Gravel sites, but level with adequate roadways.
Excellent park and great location. Wide roadways with both back-in and pull-through locations. Pull-throughs are more $$$. Extremely well maintained park with very friendly and helpful staff. We stayed 3 days. While this is more than I usually want to pay for an RV space, (love that PPA rate!) we felt it was worth it.
This is the Passport America rate. I thought the interior roads were narrow. There are a lot of long term/seasonal/workers living in the park, not a negative, but lot's of them. I stayed in a pull through, trees and narrow roadway made it difficult to pull my 40' motor home out. It took some work. The Park is clean, and staff is friendly. All that being said, I would come here again, but be more selective as to what space I am assigned.
Rate reflects PPA rate. Easy access from freeway, and close to downtown San Antonio. Pull through spaces a little close together, but park was not full when we were here for 2 days, so no one on either side of us. Park is well kept, and staff friendly. There were a number of long term/workers living here. I would not hesitate to recommend this park.
Older park, but very quiet and nice. While there seems to be a lot of long termers living here, it was not problem to be in a pull through site at the PassPort America rate. Staff very nice and helpful. I would come back!
An older, but very nice park with easy access just off I-10.The staff is friendly. They also have a restaurant. There appears to be a fair amount of permanent residents, but there are plenty of pull through sites.
The park okay...right off freeway. We stopped here BECAUSE it is a Passport America park, but failed to notice that they don't honor the rate until April 1st...wouldn't honor PPA rate, even though park was anything but full and we are 2 days until April 1st...that was disappointing, but then I have ownership for not noticing that fact in the PPA book.
Very impressed with the cleanliness of the park, along with the views of Lake Powell. Some pull through sites available. Fire pits and picnic tables at all sites. I rate our experience a 10 out of 10. While no wifi is available in the park, it is available in the nearby Wahweap Lodge.