One year old park with flat gravel over entire site, very easy in/out. Wireless worked well. One set of "one person" bathrooms. We checked out a cheaper place but camped here instead. No discount but less than other places. Has a lending library of DVD's. Laundry clean, and reasonably priced. Puppy Patch for the dog. Sunset was wonderful, with a rainbow at the far end. Has been built by a camper, who understands both needs and rules. When the trees grow, it will be truly excellent.
Very unusual setting: a series of very deep sinkholes, surrounded by red rock cliffs. Campground is located next to beach, but all day campers are out by 6 pm. Water is cool though! Sites are wide and separated by lacy bushes providing more privacy than most places. Amenities and bathrooms are for the beach, but close by. The road is several miles long and very, very bumpy. Camp hosts were pleasant, found us a good spot though we arrived without reservations. Would stay here again.
Fellow travelers, you could camp here just for fun: the BBQ, the evening singer, the pool. Or for the immaculate and decorated bathroom and laundry (large load for $2.25- washed and dried), or the well laid out sites, which are pretty small pink pea gravel. Or, for the terrifically pleasant host and his family. They take Passport America for a few months but the other discount programs are year round. Oh: don't spend too much at the gift shop, which features local artists. Would definitely stay here again.
Location location location. Highest local price and no discounts at all, because you are two miles from the Grand Canyon Park entrance. We figured the price of mileage and it was the same as staying for less but fifty miles away. No reservations on day of stay but staff took our name and arranged for a large shaded site. There are Grand Canyon materials/maps at the main office but not offered, just ask. Facility has grass (more like mown green stuff) and decent enough space for awnings and slide outs. Quiet at night! Bathrooms are older need some maintenance but acceptable. Pay showers at $45 a night! Didn't see a laundry. Next door is a strip mall with a food mart, ice cream shop, pasta and pizza. IMAX right across the street. Would definitely stay again.
Folks, if you like quiet older campgrounds, this place is for you. Nice sized level gravel sites with real grass, room between sites. Bathroom and shower was clean, could use a bit of maintenance. Golfing bar and grill onsite. In Klamath Falls you can either camp in town, at the fancier sites twenty miles up hwy 140, or or at Round Lake which is seven or eight miles from town. The setting is rural, in horse country, many permanent residents and longterm construction crews in well maintained mobile homes or RVs. Staff very pleasant. Our rate was PA, which is available Monday through Thursday. For dinner try the Brewery downtown, great burgers. Diesel not easy to find, there is a nearby mart which has it but unsure what brand. Definitely would come back.
Shady Acres is indeed shady, and grassy. They have a special area for dogs to run and play, just lovely for our pooch who is inside or tied up otherwise. All sites seemed fine, plus they are large. They give a coupon for the Blimpie next door. One issue is the laundry: have never seen a washer so small. The one normal sized load took a large expensive washer, and the dryer, didn't. So: stay here, but do your laundry elsewhere!
Older park, with many large trees as seen on an aerial map. Laundry and bath were clean, the laundry very reasonably priced. Middle of campground has sites with grass. We called ahead, but did not reserve a site: calling ahead gets you a site. Overflow parking is on grass but has only water and electric. They ran full so our site was to the far edge. These sites have no grass, they are fairly large rough gravel/rocks. This was more than made up by the lovely tall tall trees and great breeze. And they sell huge chocolate berry bars. Yum!
We weren't supposed to be in ABQ, truck repairs took us here. For you Dodge owners, the local dealer is excellent. Have a shuttle to take you wherever you wish including the campground. Enchanted Trails is just funky. Sites are fine, lots of large rigs. The shop has all sorts of memorabilia and the staff, who have all seem to have been there a while, are quite pleasant. The place across the way is prettier but twice as much. Our rate was reflects Passport America. Would definitely stay again.
We stayed at LaMesa as a result of a route change. Yes the sites are a bit close but the staff was wonderful. Thanks to her we saw dancing and a pottery display at the Cortez Cultural center. The park is certainly as nice as some of the Good Sam parks that are twice the price, our rate does reflect Passport America. There is so very much to do around Cortez, with Mesa Verde and its museum. We would definitely return here.
We really liked this campground. The entrance is through a Conoco station, don't miss it! Bathrooms and laundry at front, laundry very reasonable. Single person bathroom in the middle of area. Access to river, dog loved it! Was some noise from highway. They serve breakfast, pancake was huge! The security golf cart was around frequently. Quiet at night. Excellent place. Price reflects Passport America.