A dumpy,poorly maintained little campground whose only saving grace is the beautiful scenic beach views. They overcharge for every little thing. Dumpster overflowing,incompetent (but friendly) staff, and dirty bathrooms.The only reason we camped here was to take a fishing charter, which was cancelled due to weather. As an Alaska resident, I was ashamed of this overpriced, poor excuse for a campground.
Things have changed since our last stay here 6 months ago. There are new owners--and not in a good way. The "free wifi" did not work at all. There is no local tv reception at all with antenna. There is no place to put garbage--we left ours in a bag at our site. There is no map of the park at check-in at the Chevron station. The lerk tried to be helpful but was unable to answer any questions about the sites--we ended up picking our own site and walking back to the Chevron--quite a ways and giving them the site number. Some of the sites needed work after the winter--pretty rough. We will go 20 miles into Pocatello next trip.
We stayed over night here on our way north. It is a convenient stopover, but the rates at this time of year are too high when you can't use the water and sewer because of possible freeze-up. It is a lean park, with no road noise. New owners are coming in this year. The Wifi is good here. We will try Fillmore next year.
This park is a real gem in Bullhead City. It is small, but very clean; friendly managers, lovely facility with a beautiful, immaculate club house with great views of the river. It features free wi-fi that actually works well! We checked it out in Oct 09 and it looked run down. Since that time, the original managers (Paddy & Chet) were brought back in and have done wonders cleaning up and refurbishing the property. There is a lovely boat dock and some park model rentals. The motel is being refurbished and some units not in use; The laundry room was being repaired, so not in use, but there was 1 washer and 1 dryer in the club house for use. There is a small but neat fitness room just off the club house. There are generous back-in spaces with lighted rope and post dividers. There is a very nice and clean pool area. The only down side was traffic noise. A sound barrier fence is definitely needed. We stayed a week and wanted to stay longer--the management was that welcoming! After some of the less than happy experiences in Bullhead RV parks, this one is the best we have found. The rates are reasonable and in line with other parks in the area. We will stay here again.
The spaces are so narrow that backing into an assigned spot is a nightmare unless you are a very small trailer or motorhome. Add to this the old lampposts installed almost in the middle of the space added to the backing up fiasco. And don't dare park on the skinny cement "Patio"! The spots are not long enough to accommodate anything longer than 30 feet--we were 35 feet, and were inches from the electrical outlet and directly over the water and sewer hookups. The cable TV is horrible, although management did come out and try to adjust it, to no avail. The pool area is clean but very small--more than 10 people would overcrowd the entire area. Laundry room was clean, but several driers were not functioning. Free wireless was available in the activity/meeting/library room. No privacy, but the connection was fine. You have to find a table, chair and plug in and set it up yourself in an area not being used. Then there is the constant loud road noise with the added train in the middle of the night. Impossible to sleep. The attitude here is " People have been coming here for over 25 years, we are always full, and every park in Yuma is busy during the winter". We will not stay here again and I don't recommend it to anyone.
A very large 55+ park in Mesa. Everyone was friendly, from the check in staff to the activities desk. A friendly mix of park model residents and RVs. Many Canadian and returning mid and north western snowbirds. Try to enter the park going eastbound on Main, it is much easier than the hard turn going westbound. Lots of activities and lots of pools (spa & swimming); very clean. If you plan to stay here longer than a few days in the high season, call ahead for your TV cable hook-up (at your expense). It took us over a week to get cable TV. The wireless internet is awful (tengonet), but there are computers available for a fee at the activities building during certain hours. We bought a Cricket no contract modem and it worked great. We spent 2 months here and would recommend it.
Nice clean park; friendly staff. Internet was $24 per month, and reception was awful. Staff kept saying they were working on it. We stayed 2 months, and it never got better. A very windy location, but close to hospital. One of the highest priced parks in the area, but they seem to have room for everyone. No organized activities, but a nice exercise room. The club house was used mainly by permanent residents as a beer social club. 2 laundry rooms, good machines but not enough folding areas. We will stay here again only if no other option is available.
Tricky to get into because of highway on ramps, so follow signs! Nice family operated facility. Everyone was polite and helpful. The best choice in Great Falls, open year round. We stop here several times a year. Nice big pull through sites all around.
A nice quiet spot along the highway. Registration at the gas station, park entrance directly behind gas station/mini mart. Friendly people at registration. Great antenna TV reception! We will stay here again.