This RV park sparkles like a diamond. The staff are friendly and courteous. Although there were three big rigs checking in on arrival, we were scooped up and taken to the manager's office to register so we didn't have to wait. Our site was a pull in on the 8th tee box of the golf course. Don't worry! The golfers are hitting away from you in site 15 which also faces a little water feature with tall reeds of grass and a few singing Meadlowlarks thrown in for good measure. Lovely! Paved streets are 40', not quite enough to make a U-turn in the RV, but miles ahead of the competition. Sites are paved, ours in the 80' range with a paved patio area also. Beautiful RV park in serene setting. Oh, as a bonus - RVer's get a break on greens fees - 18 holes $22! We will definitely return to this park.
We have stayed at this location a few times, and will continue to return while in the Billings area. Staff are friendly and accommodating. Although I booked online, and accidentally booked a water/elec site instead of full hook up - on arrival the manager found a deluxe site for us. Site 10 worked great in our 43' motorhome with tow car. Great little brick patio and although sites are close - plenty of mature landscaping separates the sites. Really a great KOA - we will be baaaaaack!
This is our 2nd visit to Gig Harbor RV in the past two months. Busy season and we were originally assigned a site with water/elec only but worked on getting us a full hookup, and managed to do so for our arrival. Sites are gravel and not all level, sewer line slightly uphill. Site 16 worked great for our 43' motorhome, very wide - could have pulled another RV up next to us on the same site - so plenty of room for your tow and whatever else.
This park is in a great location on the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. The streets are paved in the park, sites are gravel and short. Our 43' motorhome and tow vehicle stuck out on either end of the small lawn area with picnic table. The same was true of all 5th wheels and motorhomes in the area near the game pavilion/rec room. Landscaping leaves something to be desired but they get a pass due to the lake. Nice place for families, lots of kids - biking around the park. Wi-Fi is weak at best - not equipped to handle the busy summer loads, and - as a side note - this park has a list of "do's and don'ts" as long as you are tall.
Love this RV park on the Yellowstone River just southwest of Livingston. Ample space, well maintained park, cute little gift shop, paved sites, gorgeous greenbelt between the site and the river. Easy in and out off US 89. Awesome hosts. We will definitely be back!
We arrived here one week after a spring snowstorm that dumped a foot of snow on the Denver area. This park is on a bit of a hillside, tight turns in our 43' RV. Sites are level but hillside runoff drains into your site. On arrival we were originally assigned G1, just behind the registration building. We opened the door and stepped out into a several inches of snow due to shady area. Many other open sites had no snow. Lots of staff around, directing people via golf carts. I recommend they inventory the best spots available, so they make wise site assignments, or shovel them off prior to guest arrivals. We requested to move to G4, up the hill closer to the picnic area. This park had many open sites during our pre-season stay.
Nice, clean, quiet RV park with concrete pads. We had set our sights on a few sites recommended in the big rig book, since we have an exterior TV and enjoy our morning workout DVD, but the gentlemen checking us in said they weren't really any bigger than the site he had assigned us. Hmmm. See for yourself. All and all a nice place to stay for a few nights. The outlet mall, restaurants, and Scheels are just a half mile down the road. Super big smile from the wife.
We stayed here over Thanksgiving 2012, and again over Easter 2013. Clean, well manicured, and well maintained park with mature shade trees and attractive grounds. Both visits were in the off-season so little contact with staff. No worries, self-check-in works great. We unhook our car to manuever our 43' bus through the narrow turns on arrival and departure. We will return again.
Great find on our way from Phoenix to Salt Lake. We planned to stop in St. George, but opted to stay here. Big rig friendly pull throughs and wide paved streets. Our site was nice and level. Friendly, courteous staff. Next door is a nice Smith's Supermarket, ladies. Fellas, this is Nevada - you can stock the bar there as well! Will return to Mequite and Sun Resorts again.
This park is convenient to Portland business district. Nice, clean, well maintained property with mature shade trees. Adjacent to a shopping plaza with Target, Home Depot, Old Navy among others. Easy on and off the interstate in our 43' bus. We will return to this convenient location again.
We stayed here two nights. Early season and we had the park to ourselves. The location is off the beaten path, but well worth the trip. Great oversized pads for parking, nose into the Klamath River with a nice green belt between your site and the waters edge, AND I will be darned - actual blue herons fishing the waters there. Climb the hillside behind your spot early in the morning for the best views of Mt. Shasta and the valley below.