One of the nicer RV parks we have stayed. Cement pads, mowed grass on both sides of pad, very clean and well maintained. Everything worked well, only small problem with Wi-Fi going in and out occasionally. I really like this RV park but it is getting a little expensive. I remember when it was $25 for the night. They have a nice shuttle service to the casino/RV park. We will return because we have family in the area and this is like a second home when in the area.
Nice RV park. Everything worked well, and we had some nice trees to provide shade on the hot days. We parked in the first site in the first row. The site was asphalt and slightly sloped in the rear. We had to use several pads under the back jacks to help in leveling. The site was wide enough that we could pull our tow vehicle up next to our 40 ft. RV. The road to and from the park off of Hwy 49 can be difficult because of traffic, but we found a side street between Target and Safeway that had a signal and was easier. We had a good experience with this park.
First of all, we really do like this park. It isvery well run, but there are 2 things we think people should know about the park. 1) most sites are not level, either front or back depending in the direction you park. I had to use 4 pads on each of the front jacks with them fully extended to level the coach. When we walked around the park we saw most rigs on blocks. But we do understand the sloped pads because of the heavy rains. 2) they only give you one password for the Wi-Fi even if you have 2 computers. We offered to pay for a second password but we would have had to pay for another site, so one of us did without. Besides these two issues the park is very clean, friendly staff, nice location and a free shuttle to the casino if you want to visit it. We will stay here again.
The park itself is good, but it is in the path of planes landing or taking off plus you can hear the trains going by. Things did calm down later in the evening but we were concerned at first we might not get any sleep. The park is clean and well laid out. We might stop here again.
This is a wonderful park in a beautiful location on the Rio Grande River. We have stayed here in the past and will most likely return for another visit. The only reason I gave it a 9 instead of a 10 is the WiFi is terrible. For those on the road, WiFi is necessary to pay bills and business transactions so it was a real inconvenience to have to travel into town to a restaurant to get WiFi. Everytime we have been to this park they are having trouble with their WiFi. We have heard from others that the WiFi is always iffy. But besides the WiFi problem the park and the view is wonderful.
It was okay for an overnight stop, we have been to better KOAs. The majority of their pull throughs are straight not at an angle which makes it tough on a 40+ rig with tow getting in and out. The WiFi a was useless at our site. We wouldn't stay here for more than an overnight.
We stayed in the RV park behind the hotel which in my opinion is nicer than the one beside the hotel. Their spots can be used as a pull-through or back-in depending on number of rigs in park. They assigned ours as a pull-through so we didn't have to unhook. We had cable TV and Wi-Fi but only 30 amp, thus the lower rating. It is only a short walk to the hotel/casino/pool/restaurants, but they do have a shuttle if you don't want to walk. We were happy with the park, would stay here again if passing through.
For being in Beatty this is a nice little park. The park was very clean and well groomed. There are small trees between the sites, we picked one that allowed us to put slides out on both side. Our site was long enough that we didn't have to unhook the tow. They have cable TV but no Wi-Fi. We were happy with the park, there really isn't much between Las Vegas and Hawthorne. We will definitely stay at this park again when traveling through Beatty.
Park is located just before you reach Stewart. The sites are located are on grass, mostly back-ins. Their pull throughs are really two sites, you just pull through to the front site or pull in behind a rig. To leave you have to wait for the rig in front to leave or back out, not a true pull-through. They have cable cords running from a central location in various spots through the park. You simple grab a cord and take it to your spot. The Wi-Fi is by satellite so very iffy if it is raining or very cloudy. We thought the park was nice for a small town. The roads are muddy but considering it rains all the time you expect that. The drive to Stewart/Hyder is beautiful with a glacier very close to the road.
This is not really a RV park, it is just 6 spots on someones property where they stuck some electricity. The spots are right next to the highway among some fruit trees next to a truck company. There is only one spot that can be used by a large or medium rig, one site for a small rig and the others more for a camper truck set up. Trees have grown over into the sites so you have to be real careful. There is no water, sewer, bathroom, or shower. You have 30 amp electricity. They do have a trash barrel. The spot worked for us for the night, it beat Wal-Mart. There isn't much in Pullman and Moscow for a big rig. The owner was very nice.
The parked worked for the night but needs some site maintenance. I had to cut some branches so we could get our slides out. The owner has retired but keeps the campground open he said since he still resides there. The park is out of town in a beautiful setting but trucks on the highway can be loud. We would stay here again.
Fabulous view of the inlet and mountains. Owners are extremely friendly and helpful. Sites are separated by hedges, all sites are back-ins. Not all sites have sewer, but they do have a dump station. We really love this park, wish we had found it earlier. This park would easily be a 10 if it had cable TV and sewer at all sites. Wi-Fi was strong. You can purchase half a fresh salmon filet from the owners and they will even cook it for you. Great park with great view and great owners.
Nice little RV park between Anchor Point and Cooks Inlet. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Beautiful view of the coastal area. We did have a tough time getting into the park and parking rig. Suggest you unhook your tow before you reach park if you have a big rig. Also it is easy to miss the turn into the park, the park sign comes up on you real quick. If you miss it there is a place to turn around about a quarter mile past the park. Wi-Fi was good, water pressure was low, but overall we were very happy with the park.
Park is near the harbor, easy walking distance to restaurants, stores and tours. The park is gravel with back-ins, we had plenty of room on both sides. We had a beautiful view out our front window. The park has a permit to feed the eagles which they do at 5:30 pm each day, pretty neat. The park allows you to wash your rig at your spot. Everything worked good, staff very helpful and nice. We enjoyed our stay, we really liked Valdez. The Stan Stephens Glacier/Wildlife cruise was wonderful.
Arrived here after traveling over a rainy, muddy, cold, potholed "Top of the World" road. This park was perfect for our needs. Our spot was long and the rig fit perfectly between the row of trees (we have slides on both sides). We used their vehicle wash to clean off the car so it once again looked white. They gave us coupons for the Wi-Fi but we also used the free Wi-Fi at Fast Eddies Restaurant (good pie & food). We rested here for 2 nights (needed it after the Dawson to Chicken trip) and enjoyed our stay. They have nightly entertainment but we didn't attend but could hear them from our rig, sounded fun. We will most likely stay here again when heading home.
This park is about 5 or 6 miles from Seward and not too far from Exit Glacier. The park is in a residential area, but signage is good on locating it. A stream runs on one side of the park with tall trees surrounding the rest of the park. We had a pull-through, 50 amp, full hookups, Wi-Fi was fabulous. Very nice park, beautiful area with wonderful views of mountains. Seward is fun to visit with some decent restaurants. We enjoyed the Sea Life Center. The town does get crowded when cruise ships are in port. Would stay here again.
Nice park outside of Denali, really liked the location, plus the staff was friendly and helpful. Our site was wide enough but barely long enough, it was tough parking the tow vehicle. A large caravan came in while we were there and blocked off one whole street making it very difficult for us to leave in the morning. Thought that was very inconsiderate of the caravan group. We would return to this park if we were in the area.
We stopped for a couple of nights and ended up staying over a week. Our site was long and wide with grass on both sides. We had full hookups with 50 amps, Wi-Fi was good. Park is clean and maintained. There are some potholes but no more than other parks. The park is closer to Fairbanks than North Pole though its address is North Pole. Easy driving distance to all attractions, shopping and restaurants. Cookie Jar in Fairbanks is good while the Large Animal Research facility at UA was enjoyable, they have Muskox. We would definitely stay here again.
Pretty area in a neat little town. The park is located next to the railroad depot, but the train didn't come through that often. We had a pull-through without sewer, Wi-Fi was very iffy. You can easily walk to town, eating at the Roadhouse is a must. The town does get crowded midday before the train picks up individuals who are on cruise tours. We would stay here again.
Nice little park in the middle of farmland and a short distance from the highway and town. Our spot was long and had a grass area next to it. Everything worked well. The owners are very nice and helpful. They have old bike surrounding the park, cute idea. We would stay here again.
Very nice park among the trees. We were lucky and got one of their longer pull-thrus, Wi-Fi and cable was good. Would have rated it higher if it had 50 amp. Staff very nice and helpful. Only saw one road that might be a little tight for a big rig in the pull-thru section. Really appreciated this park after some of the other parks we have stayed at so far on the Alaska Highway.
You need to register in the store with the clerk at the check out stand. You select your own spot behind the gas station and store. The water power was good, 30 amp, no cable. Wi-Fi was okay first day but no Wi-Fi the second day, the system went down and someone has to come from Whitehorse to fix it. The camp is right next door to the Sign Post and Information Center. Not much to do in town nor places to eat but it was a good stop.
Our pull through site was long, but I was told I might need to share it with another RV if the park became full. In the pull-through section, they place RVs back to back in one site. We were lucky and did not have to share. The Wi-Fi did not reach our site and the cable TV consisted of a handful of channels. There was a sewer smell but I'm not sure where it was coming from. They have a neat little restaurant and bar attached to the office and next door to the park is a museum of the area. The staff was nice and helpful.
Park fit our needs to prepare for the Alaska Highway. We noticed a lot of work being done to improve the park and the new owner was extremely helpful, a very hardworking individual. The WiFi worked for the most part, and we had 12 channels of cable TV. Water pressure was good. We would stay here again.
Nice park with a creek running through it but a couple of things you need to know if you have a big rig. You will need to unhook your tow to make it to your site, even if you have a pull through. Also, there are only a handful of 50 amps and all are back ins. On the other hand, the WiFi was great and the park is beautiful. I would stay here again.
Very nice park near the river and a walking path. Well maintained and clean. They have limited number of 50 amp sites, no cable TV and iffy WiFi. But the sites are long and wide. It is near a gravel pit and lumber mill but we didn't hear any noise. The staff was very helpful. I found this to be an enjoyable stop.
The big rig parking is near the highway so expect road noise. They do not have WiFi and when asked said they have never had WiFi. The site was somewhat level, wide and long enough. The drive to our site was somewhat narrow through some trees. It worked for the night.
Park is near the junction of I-80 & I-180 thus a lot of road noise especially if you are parked in the back of the park. Cable TV was good and WiFi for most the time, was good. The site was long and level between some trees. Road to our site was confusing. I was overcharged for the first night but a nice lady straightened it out the next night. Friendly staff. We would stay here again.
The park is clean, the staff is friendly and helpful. Our spot was long and pretty level. The WiFi was very iffy, they definitely need to work on it. Some potholes need to be fixed but we found it to be a nice park. We would stay here again when in the area.
Beautiful view of Las Cruces and valley. Some of their sites face forward making the view even better. Sites well groomed and extremely clean. They have cement pads with small gravel which they rake between guests which is a nice touch. We were both very impressed with the way this older KOA was maintained. We would definitely stop here again.
Park needs some work. Older couple seems to be having a hard time maintaining it. We stayed here 2 years ago and enjoyed it but found it not up to par this time. The sites are long and wide and was good for an overnight stay.
We actually couldn't stay here because it was to small for our motorhome. We barely could pull in and exit. I would not recommend big rigs attempt to pull in. The spots looked very narrow and short. Park lookrd old with long term residents.
The park is located behind the casino/hotel/truck stop. It is a self-register park, a machine is at the entrance. We found a spot we liked, parked then registered, you put a tag on a post at your site. The sites are very long and plenty wide, some with small trees others with shrubs. They do have WiFi but no cable TV. Our site faced some rolling hills and their golf course. We will stay here again, nice little park with a good price.
Great park with a wonderful view of the river. Large sites with plenty of room for our 40 foot motorhome. They do require pads/wood under your jacks, but will loan wood to your if you don't have any. They have a shuttle that will pick you up at your rig and take you to the casino/restaurants, then return you to your rig. They have several restaurant specials, we really liked their early bird one. The price is with their players card. We will stop here again when passing through the area.
Very disappointed. We have stayed here in the past and were happy with the park, but they have let it run down. The sites are not level and there are pot holes throughout the park. It is convenient to Grass Valley and our needs but we hope they put some work into the park. The Wi-Fi was okay and the park does not have cable. The park has the potential if only the county and state put some basic maintenance into it.
What a well run park; one of the nicest parks we have stayed at. It is located near Sparks Marina Lake and the Legends Shopping Center. The pads are cement with a tree and artificial grass at each site. The site was long and wide for our big rig. The staff was very helpful, with maps to the closest propane and other information. We had some problems with our cable, and they fixed our cable cord without a charge. We were very impressed with the whole operation and park as a whole. Even though I get comped when I stay at another RV park, we will be returning to this park when in the area. The only reason I gave them a 9 was that the Wi-Fi was iffy, but they do warn you about it when you check in.
One of the best overnight parks we have stayed in. There are cement pads, grass and tree at sites, and excellent Wi-Fi and cable. We had a nice view of the mountains out our front window. We will definitely stop here again when we travel through Hawthorne. The price reflects an additional $3 for cable, if you elect to have cable.
The park is nice; sites surround their small lake. Our site had plenty of room and was well maintained. Our only complaint was the park did not have Wi-Fi or cable TV. I guess they want you to go to their casino and gamble. We did wander over to the restaurant for their seafood buffet, but found it extremely poor for the price we paid. We would not return to this area.
We really like this park. If you have a big rig make sure to ask for the area behind the office; the sites are longer and wider. They do charge a few dollars extra for these sites, but it was worth it to us. It is next door to the casino, restaurants, theater, beach and golf course. We will be returning.
Nice little park with a lot of large trees, very clean and well maintained. We stayed for one night, had good Wi-Fi and cable. You will need a water regulator they have high water pressure. Walking distance to restaurants and across the street from a park and visitor center. Only negative is the pavement near the back of the park needs repair. We would stay here again.
We were checking out RV Parks in the area for a future stay when we visited Blue Mesa Point. This place is very run down and unkempt, it looks more like an abandoned campground. It does have a view of the lake, but it is not that close. It is nothing like they advertise. I cannot understand how anyone could give it more than a 2 at best. We would never stay at this park.
Well run and maintained park. The sites are large and wide, WiFi and cable TV are strong. It is a small park but very comfortable with a lot of trees. The signs around the park are fun to read. We have stayed here several times and will continue to return. The place is usually full so it is obviously popular with other RVers.
Nice RV Park with grass and trees at each site, good WiFi and cable TV. They have a nice pool, hot tub and pavilion area. It is close to historic downtown and just off hwy 50 on the way to Black Canyon. The Visitors Center is just around the corner. Sites are level and park is extremely clean. A lot of work has gone into this park. We will stay here again if we are in the area.
The park is close to everything which was nice. They claim they have WiFi but it is non-existent. I asked the lady in the office about not being able to receive the WiFi and she gave me a 2 page print out of excuses and told me to read them. She then informed me that they were not going to cut down trees so people could get WiFi. We really enjoyed the Cody Rodeo and the museum. The RV park does need to trim some of their smaller trees. We couldn't use our entire site because a tree would have scratched the side of the motorhome. When we left a worker yelled at us because we moved around the tree over some grass to avoid it. I think would try another park next time.
Nice little park in a beautiful valley with a view of the mountains. The sites were large with small trees and a table. The Wi-Fi was excellent and the park very clean. We came for one night and ended up staying longer. Tetonia is a tiny little town but has a neat restaurant called "North End Bar & Grill". If you show your RV park slip you get a discount on breakfast, lunch or dinner. The park location was close enough so we could walk to breakfast in town, drive over Teton Pass (wouldn't take this in a motorhome), visit Jackson, return for lunch in Driggs (O'Rourke's is local favorite), take a nap and then play 9 holes of golf. We would definitely return if we were in this area.
I was really surprised by all the positive comments regarding this park. The location to town, river and WiFi were the only thing we found as a plus. The entrance to the park is definitely a negative, there were 2 RVs in front of us and our tow ended up on the highway with no way to move it or the rig. The site we were assigned was not level, dog waste around electrical and water connection, plus trash in site next to us. It was hard to figure out which site was ours because there were two slots for the site, the rig in front of us had the same problem, very confusing. The highway and train tracks are very close, they normally don't bother us but they did during our stay. We ended up leaving early so we could get down the road to find a spot to sleep. The owners must have purchased an older park and are trying to update it, but they have a long way to go. It did have nice tent sites which were along the river. We would not return to this RV Park.
It had what we need for the night, 50 amp and Wi-Fi. Mostly long term campers, the back row is used for overnight rigs. The local park residents are very friendly. You can hear I-40 and passing trains but it didn't bother us. The right turn out of the park (needed to get back to I-40) was to difficult for our 40' rig with tow, so we had to go straight then turn right on Devine instead of left because island. I doubt we would stay here again, we might try another park.
Beautiful area with park next to ponds and river. The park is very clean and maintained. The RV staff was very helpful and friendly. The only down side to this park is that a many of the sites have water and sewer on one side with electrical on the other side. This can be tough on big rigs with electrical bay in front of the rear wheels. The San Juan area is beautiful and a drive up 160 is a must.
Close to downtown Williams, Route 66 and next to depot where the train to Grand Canyon leaves. RV park has access to Grand Canyon hotel facilities. The only thing that bothered me was calling the park for reservations. You have to go through a reservation system that handles all their parks, train, hotels, packages, etc. I never did get a phone number for just the RV park. Very clean park. We would stay here again.
Nice location to Watson & Willow Lakes, golf course and historic Prescott's Whiskey Row. Campground is located among the Dells and trees. Nice hiking trail out the backside of park. No cable TV, Wi-Fi is at office and only 30 amp at sites but we really enjoyed our stay. Our 40 ft motorhome had plenty of room in our site but we did need to put blocks under the front jacks. We will stay here again.
We usually stop here when passing through the area, it is such a nice well kept RV park. All sites have orange trees which you can pick when in season. Our site was long enough for our 36 ft rig and tow, had 50 amp, free Wi-Fi and cable TV. It is a nice park to take a walk around, they have a lot of old farm equipment on display. We will continue to return to this park.
Nice little park off of Hwy 101. Very helpful office staff. Our 50 amp site had cable TV & free Wi-Fi and was long enough for our 36 ft rig and tow. Each site has grass on each side of the pad. Office gave us a 2 for 1 dinner coupon for the local Indian Casino, we took advantage of the prime rib buffet. There are a few permanent residents but the park is mostly overnight travelers. We would stay here again.
Nice park with a lot of trees. Seems to have a lot of long term campers. Road to sites are narrow and site barely fit our rig and tow. We had to undo the tow in order to get out in the morning, the permanent rig next to us and in front of us where situated so we could barely make the turn out. People are friendly. No cable TV. We might stop here again.
This is not your basic KOA, nothing special about it but it works for us when we travel through the area. We used it twice this trip, coming and going. Our sites where long and very wide, mostly dirt and gravel. The power lines to the site are overhead which seems odd but they work fine. Wi-Fi was good. The host/owners are very nice and helpful. One of them was out in the pouring rain helping people so they didn't have to get wet. This park seems to be mostly over nighters. We will use the park again. The price was good for a KOA.
We have stayed here in the past and will continue to use it as an overnight stop when passing through. The pad we had this time was narrow, we just barely got our wheels on it (pull-through). Also, I had to put blocks under the back wheels so I could level the rig. We noticed that the sites where sloped at one end, I guess for monsoon run off. We took the little bus over to the casino and ate at their cafe, meal was good and they discounted the bill because we had a slot card. Clean park, well maintained.
The spot we selected was long and wide. The office is open but no one seems to be attending it. The lady who drove the casino van told us that we had to go to the hotel to register and get the key for the water. Road construction is going on so detours and rough roads were present in early September '09. We would stop again for an over nighter.
Wonderful park near "Custer's Last Stand". They gave us a spot at the top of the park which had a wonderful view. They loaned us a CD to use while we drove through the Little Big Horn which explained what took place at different locations. The RV park is also a working ranch. The park was extremely clean with grass at each site. We wish we could have stayed there longer, we definitely will return to this park.
A very clean, nicely laid out park. The park is located on the other side of Hwy 87, not on the casino side. They do not have pull-through sites at this park but the back-ins are very large. Wi-Fi is extremely strong and very fast. They have a very nice pool. We took advantage of the buffet at the casino, it was average. This is a very nice park and we would stay here again.
A nice little campground with lots of shade. Staff was very nice and helpful. Our spot was long and wide enough for our 4 slides. We ate lunch across the street at the Bozeman's Steakhouse, good food with a great atmosphere. Only downside to our visit was the construction on Hart St. which made it extremely difficult to get in or out of the park. We would stay here again.
Stopped here overnight. It had everything we needed though the Wi-Fi stopped working several times. There was a lot trash around the edge of the park and some parts of park needed work. Park was quiet and a nice place to stop.
We like this park because of all the trees; nice break from the 100 degree temperature we traveled in that day. Nice pool, near a lake and they have a restaurant on site. This park is located between Elk City and Clinton. Wi-Fi was very weak. We would stay here again.
A nice old KOA with lots of trees especially up front. The owners were fabulous, and try to make your stay very pleasant. We stayed for only one night but would stay again if in the area. The only negative was the Wi-Fi was not very reliable.
It is a good place to stop while passing through Deming. The park has everything we needed for the night but we would not consider staying here for any period of time. We were placed in the back of the park with few trees in a large gravel area.
Wonderful setting with a view of corn and bean fields. 3 1/2 miles off of Hwy 75, north of Sabetha and south of the Nebraska/Kansas line. You park your rig on grass and have to be careful with the low hanging trees in some spots. A lot to do for families with tennis, skating rink, playground and hiking; too bad the pool is no longer available. The two negatives about this resort for us was no cell phone or internet service. We will probably stay here again since this is where the family holds its reunions.
It is a bice little campground, enjoyed our overnight stay. The roads around the park need a little work but of course this is not an in town type of campground so it is to be expected. We will stay here again.
We received a complimentary rate from the casino players club which was very much appreciated, the rate was $0. Our spot was very large and long with plants and small trees on either side. The park is close to the back of the hotel with easy access to the facility. One note: Beware of the high water pressure, it is 100+ psi. Even with our water reducing value or regulator attached we still came home to a flooded motorhome. We blew two regulators the first day so we ended up just using our own water. Same thing happened to another motorhome while we were there, so beware of the water pressure problem. We will probably stay here again since the price is right.
I had to wait a while before I wrote this otherwise I would have rated this park badly. Overall, the park is nice, clean, with trees and grass. But beware of the first row if you have a big rig. They placed us in the first row but we couldn't make the turn from the park entrance so we drove around to get a better angle. They had parked another big rig in the first slip which hung over into the road and on the other side of it were low hanging pine trees. We ended up getting stuck between the two. Couldn't move forward without hitting the other rig or ripping up our rig with the large tree branches nor move backward because of the tow which we now couldn't get off. The owner of the other big rig was gone (they have a 7 day stay rule but we were told the other big rig had been there a month). Anyway, the resort had to remove a part of the tree so we could straighten out our rig enough to get the tow off after which we had to back out carefully. It took 3 individuals from the resort (who were fabulous) to then still get us past the trees and other big rig. We strongly recommend that you remove your tow before moving down your row, we speak from experience here. Also, the pads are not all that level. On the positive side, the food in the casino was very good especially their express lunch.
Nice little mountain campground, great staff. The park is what you would expect in the mountains, nothing fancy but has everything we needed. We selected Lee Vining because of it's location, great for a home base for heading out to Bodie, doing June Lake Loop, drive to Yosemite, and of course checking out Mono Lake. We would stop here again.
We find it a convenient park when traveling through Las Vegas, not too far off Hwy 515/93/95. The spaces are narrow, we couldn't put out our awning without hitting our neighbors rig. Their sewer set-up is weird, strong sewer smell especially when the weather is hot. Only real complaint is that when I made the reservation I was told it would be $23 for the night but they charged me $32. The casino/hotel is right next door with some good restaurants, which made for a nice evening. We had a small problem with our rig and called Affordable RV Service to come to our rig to fix the problem. They came our early Sunday morning and were great, high recommend them.
Park is clean and a good stop on the way up or down Hwy 395. The price I felt was a little high but again this is California and everything is pricey. Warning: If you have a large rig be careful with the trees when you pull into your space. Also, the pads have a crest so leveling might be a little tough for some rigs. We will stop here again if we are passing through Bishop.
Staff very nice. The park is mostly mobile homes with RV parking located among them. We had a very nice and large space. Very clean and well maintained park, we will probably stay here again when we visited the area for a couple of days.
This is the only real RV place in the area. It is located on the fairgrounds near downtown Pleasanton. Nice restaurants and abundant shopping near by. They have added Wi-Fi to the park which had a nice signal. This park has no restrooms or showers that we could see but we didn't need them. The RV park is not much to talk about but we are happy that it is there because it fit our needs when we have to be in the area. They have added an online reservation service which is nice.
The park is clean and nicely situated off the I-5. We have stayed here in the past and will probably stay here in the future. The only negatives about the park was the Wi-Fi which was very weak, and the young lady who worked the office. When we arrived to check in, there was a note saying they would be returning at 1:40 pm and to check the board for your space if you made a reservation. The board was inside the glass office and did not have our reservation on it. After waiting a while a gentlemen came in (a camper) who said they take very long lunches, so we pulled into a pull through site to wait. The girl did not return until 2:45 pm and then stood outside near her car kissing and hugging some guy for another 10 minutes. She only went to the office when another camper showed up. She was not very friendly and acted like I was bothering her when I returned to get my assigned space. If she had been my employee I would have fired her.
Beautiful RV Park. This is a new park which is well maintained. It is about a mile from the casino but they have a shuttle. The sites are large with grass on either side of the sites. They have a clubhouse but we didn't visit it. Only downside to the resort is that you have to dump your black tank before you go to your site. They dump for you and give you a bottle of chemical for your tank, this has something to do with their system at site. This is the only resort we will use in the area. Their wifi was good at our site which was in the middle of the park. Highly recommend this park.
Great RV park... we will definitely stop here again. The sites are huge and wide and I do mean wide. Wonderful view of the bay. Very clean and well laid out. After parking and setting up we walked to the Casino and had a nice prime rib dinner (early bird special) with soup/salad and dessert. If you get a slot card you get 15% off your fee at the rv park. If you don't feel like walking to the restaurants or casino they have a shuttle that will pick you up and drop you off at you rig. Only negative is that the wifi is very slow.
Have stayed at the park before, and find it a nice place to stop. They placed us in a VIP spot for no extra cost, and delivered a newspaper the next morning. We will stop here again when traveling Hwy 101, but probably not during the summer when the rates are higher.
Unfortunately, when we arrived we where told that they did not have a space reserved for us. I showed them my reservation from the online service they use from their website, but they were still unable to honor my reservation. They refunded my $33.00 and we went next down at the KOA (which was cheaper and almost as nice). I was disappointed that they didn't try to make up for their mistake by offering a free or reduced spot the next time we stopped in the area. We have camped at this park several times and have always been pleased, but are very disappointed with them over this situation.
Staff was wonderful, found us a wonderful site despite the fact that we arrived without a reservation on Labor Day weekend. Nicely located between Ridgway and Ouray. We would definitely stay here again. Free Wi-Fi.
Neat park surrounded by amazing rocks, hills and a beautiful view at end of the RV park. Sites were nice, but you need to be careful about the red dust. I covered my rugs with throw rugs so they were not damaged. Very popular place for campers traveling in rented RV rigs, about 80% of sites ... mostly from other countries exploring the USA. It was neat to see them so excited about Monument Valley, cameras were clicking everywhere. You have to pay for your WiFi in the store. We enjoyed our stay.
This is a nice little park. We have stayed here a couple of times while traveling through the area. The road to the resort needs a lot of work, it is the old Route 66 road but not the responsibility of the resort. The pull-through sites are separated by shrubs which gives some privacy. The hosts escort you to your site and register you at your site. The only negative was the Wi-Fi wasn't working. We will stop here again.
Nice location, right off I-5 but far enough away so you don't hear the Interstate. Close to some decent restaurants: walking distance. The only down side of the park was the Wi-Fi didn't work. We would stop here again. Staff very nice.
This has become one of our favorite stops when we travel between Northern California and Arizona. This trip we picked oranges from at our site and they were delicious. Clean park, Wi-Fi, nice staff and free oranges. We will return.
It was good for an overnight stay, close to I-40. They placed us in an overnight parking site, nothing fancy, no grass and WiFi only works in store and costs. Staff was very helpful, even called the Big Texan for us to arrange a car to pick us up for dinner and then return. We would stay here again but only for overnight.
The park is good for an overnight stay. The pad was a little short for our rig with tow but we made it work. They do have WiFi but no cable and poor TV reception. I doubt we will stay here again, but only because their hook-ups were very awkward for our rig.
We found this park by accident and were glad we did. It is a nice little park with long pads, clean with lots of grass. No cable and the hook-ups are side by side but fairly modern. The person who helped us check-in was very nice. To get to the park you have to go off I-40 a couple of miles from the park and travel on the frontage road. They are suppose to have WiFi but it wasn't working at our site. The town of Shamrock is pretty neat, the garage/cafe in "Cars" is on a corner in the town. We would stop here again.
We really liked this park, nice large spaces with grass on each side, very beautiful park. Staff very helpful, nice view of mountains, restaurant & small casino within walking distance. Close to Truckee River. We will stay here again when in Reno area.
Park is not big rig friendly. Sites are not level, very narrow, and no pull-throughs or WiFi. (They advertise they have pull-throughs and WiFi but they do not.) This park is more for small RVs or tents. Beautiful area, staff nice. We will not camp here in the future, and can't recommend it for large rigs.
Nice place for an overnight stop. We have stayed here in the past while traveling I-10. We do have to straddle the cement pad and the sewer/water/electrical is to far back at each site, but the price is right. The pool does need some work. We will most likely stay here again.
Very clean, well maintained, large spaces, friendly staff and they have free WiFi. The staff gave us some nice grapes when we checked in and was placed in a space well away from other rv units. We definitely will stay here again. I don't mind paying $35 for a RV park like this, I've paid more for less at other parks.
Only stayed one night, we were happy to leave the next day, we didn't feel safe here. Very run down, a lot of permanent residents with a lot of junk around their rv's. We will not stay here in the future.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. The park is good for a overnight site. It rained very hard most the day & night, so we didn't wander around the park to check it out. We were parked near some long term sites and there was a lot of noise with them coming and going. The WiFi didn't work in the park, they told us it only works in the laundry room. The staff wished a happy trip on our way out, nice staff. We would stay here again if we need too.
The resort was nice for an overnight stay. The WiFi was down to the backside of the resort where we stayed. The train track is very close to the resort. The park was clean but there was a strong smell near the front of the park. The staff was nice and helpful. We had a nice tree at our site which we enjoyed.
We were happy with the park and spot. We faced a green field and had grass on both sides of our rig. The pads are very narrow, they really need to make the pad wider. The WiFi was not free but it wasn't expensive, it worked well. They pick up your trash at your site if you leave it in front, which was nice. We would stay here again.
Nice little park, clean with friendly owner. WiFi was hit and miss in our spot. Backside of park are long term individuals, a lot of traffic in and out of that area, but the rest of the park was nice. We will stay here again if we are in this area. We stayed 5 days.
We were on the top level which has a nice view but very bare. The level below us did have trees which would have been nice since it was quite warm that evening. They only take checks or cash. The staff was nice. We only stayed one night, it was a good overnight spot.
We arrived on a Sunday after 4 pm and found the office closed on Sundays. The pull-through sites are large but the location of dump station, water and electrical in relationship to each other was poorly laid out. We had to dump our tanks at our site before we could move it to a location to connect the electrical and water. No information on the WiFi was posted so I had to search for a manager so I could get online. The WiFi was expensive for one day. Nice park, very clean, reasonable price.
Wish I had read the reviews before staying here, would have tried another place. The ad in Trailer Life and Woodalls makes the park sound appealing but the park is not what is advertised. Very tight spaces separated by small wood fence. Yes, you can hear the train all night. The only positive about the park is the Wi-Fi for a small charge. We will try another park when in the area.
Owners are putting in alot of work to expand and improve the park. The site is a former greyhound racing park I was told. Very nice indoor swimming pool and recreation area. We felt the park was overpriced for summer rates. They use an outside wireless company which is extremely bad, a waste of ones money. We would have stayed somewhere else if we didn't have business to take care of in the local area. It is close to a neat restaurant called the Cow Palace.
This is a small old park but very quiet. We were a little reluctant about staying at this park when we first arrived, but once we were settled in we felt quite comfortable. The owners are extremely nice and friendly, they directed us to a neat restaurant down the road called Peggy Sue's Dinner which is so cool. Spots are limited for large motorhomes, suggest you call ahead.
Stopped overnight on the way to Tucson, owner escorted us to a large end site with a wonderful view. The owners are such nice people and the rv park is a reflection of them. The Wi-Fi was new and we had some problems getting a signal. The only draw back was the lack of shade because the trees in the park are young. We will definitely stay here again.
We stayed one night while passing through Las Vegas. We were lucky to get a pull thru so we didn't have to unhook the tow. We had a very nice dinner at Sam's Town's steak house, and would have stayed longer in the casino except for the smoke. Sam's Town has a very different sewer connect, it's more of a non-connect, which allows foul smells to escape. We would probably stay here again if passing through the area.
Nice park, great summer rates, large sites, huge park, staff was very friendly and extremely helpful, wi-fi is only in lobby, patio & library and only for windows, we will stay here again. Only problem we had was with Beaudry's RV Service, they did not honor our warranty then made the problem worse, very poor customer service.
This campground is mostly permanents or long term residents. Their advertisements are deceiving. There was a lot of noise late into the night and early in the morning. We walked around the park and the backside of the park is pure trash, old vehicles that look like they have been abandoned, scattered all over the place. The staff was okay. It was definitely overpriced and crowded. There is a fee for the WiFi. We will not return to this park nor recommend it.
This is a very nice park, lots of trees and grass. The staff was extremely helpful and very friendly. The park is very clean, even monthly spots are well maintained, no clutter. It is across from the fairgrounds and we could hear the horses in the morning which was cool. We highly recommend this park and will stay here again.
We stopped here to escape a terrible wind storm, it did provide shelter for the night. The price was right and it did have the basics we needed. We were directed to a spot between some permanent residents and mobile homes. We did have to climb on a ladder and break off some tree branches that the wind kept blowing into our motorhome and scratching. The front of our rig faced a street in which locals raced up and down. If you stay here be prepared for the train that runs often and through the night. We wanted to see the Mule Team museum down the street but the weather didn't cooperate. We would only stop here again if we had to take shelter.
Front desk was very helpful, ordered my Grand Canyon train and tour tickets for me, all I had to do was pick them up. The park is average but it does have WiFi which was a big plus. They provide a simple continental breakfast in the morning. We were there during a major snow storm, and their pipes froze. They don't open their office until 8:30 am which I feel is a little too late. I thought it was nice that their help stepped outside the door to wave at the Grand Canyon train as it passed by the resort. You do hear alot of train horns at night but that is to be expected since you are near so many train tracks.
The park is different, you park among orange trees. Overall, the sites are not that great and need a little work. We did walk around the park in the morning and noticed many permanents and seasonal sites. We thought the price was a little high for the right to pick oranges, if you could reach them. If in the area we might try one of the other parks, but wouldn't be opposed to spending a night here again.
We had been driving 10 hours were tired and trying to locate a decent RV park when we stumbled on this park. It was dark but it looked fairly nice, we did a self check-in and easily located a large pull-through. Roads in park were nice, the site was gravel with a small cement patio which we had to straddle. The hook-ups are not situate very well for us, but we made do. We were pleased with what we saw in the park in the morning. We had a nice walk around the park, did notice several seasonal renters but their spots were well maintained. We will definitely use this park again. Nice RV park for a stop over on I-10.
We were pleasantly surprised. Having experienced poor California State Parks, we somewhat expected the same. But Arizona has done a nice job and all for $20.00. We had a view of the lake, it wasn't crowded, the roads to the rv sites were nice and our site was a very large cement pad. We would definitely stay here again. We stayed here in a 36' motorhome.
Extremely friendly and helpful staff. We came for 1 night and stayed a week. We had to leave for 2 days and they allowed us to stay in our site (connected) for a little over $5.00 a day. The front sites have a grass lawn with plenty of room between sites, back sites do not have grass. Only down side to resort was the train tracks and Hwy 50 nearby which disrupted our sleep the first night only. Great home base to explore Fallon, Dayton, Carson City and of course Reno/Sparks. There is a golf course next door to the rv park.