We decided to try this park because the one we've stayed at here in Moab wasn't open yet. It's an easy access from highway 191, but far enough off the road that there was little to no road noise from the highway. Spaces are very level. Spaces have a small grassed area with a picnic table and some have tree shade. There is a laundry with $1.50 per load washers and dryers. Showers and restrooms are clean, but showers could use some maintenance for beginning mold issues. Owners were very helpful with any questions about local activities and events. Cable TV signal was excellent, with over 60 channels available. WiFi network was very good also. Nightly rate, $35.10, was with 10% Good Sam discount, before taxes added. We would stay here again when we return to Moab.
We stayed here for here for 2 weeks and then extended on short notice for and additional 11 days. The nightly rate of $28.77 was based on 3 weekly rates plus 4 daily rates with a Good Sam discount including tax. Park is in excellent condition. Laundry facilities are very good. Owners and park host couples all were very helpful with any problems or questions. Park is between Gunnison and Blue Mesa Lake, so access to both is a short drive. Interior roads are gravel. RV spaces are very level. WiFi worked well. We had some outages, but problems were fixed quickly. TV reception is by antenna, unless you have satellite. The park has plenty of shade trees. We will definitely stay there again.
Very friendly owners and hosts. Nightly rate was with a Good Sam discount plus tax. Interior roads are paved. There's nice room between spaces with lots of grass. RV parking space was a leveled concrete slab. Wi-Fi signal was good. Cable TV worked well. We will definitely stay there again
The nightly rate, $35.75 was with a Good Sam discount including tax. We stayed here a year ago and came back. The park is an easy off/on from I-70 on the NW side of Grand Junction. Office staff were very responsive to questions about the area and events. The laundry is very clean. TV reception is by antenna, unless you have satellite. Wi-Fi is very good. RV spaces are very level. The only negative is a lack of trees for shade in the park. We would stay here again.
This is a national park campground, so it's more rustic. Restrooms are vault dry toilets, with no running water. They were clean, but could have used more attention. There are no showers. The campsites have good separation between them and the campground is in a scrub oak grove so you have vegetation curtails between the campsites. There is a water source in each of the three loops in the campground. We had to use extra levelers to get our trailer level. Nightly rate was with a Senior Access card discount. Even with the detractors, we would stay there again
The park was easy to find from the directions in the Trailer Life directory. The entry road is a bit tricky going East on Business 70 because you go past the park and turn back. Go past the storage business and up into the park area to get to the office. Interior roads are paved and gravel. Sites are grassed with a combination of back-in and pull-through. Sites are well spaced. There is no bathroom, shower or laundry because this is more of a mobile home park than a RV park. There is a railroad close by and we had noise from passing trains, but only occasionally during the 10 PM – 6 AM time frame. The Trailer Life directory said Wi-Fi was available at extra cost but we didn’t inquire about access or cost. TV was with antenna, but we couldn’t get any reception, so satellite is necessary if you want TV. The daily rate was a prorated weekly rate of $150. A Camping World store is 0.5 mi East on 70 and Walmart 2.5 mi East. We would stay there again if we visit the Raleigh, NC area again because this was the closest park to our family members.
The park was easy to find from the directions in the Trailer Life directory. The entry road is a bit bumpy. Interior roads are gravel. Sites are grassed with mostly pull-throughs. Sites are well spaced. The bathrooms and showers are clean, but the shower stalls are very small. Laundry is clean, but pricey. The water had a distinctive taste and smell of sulfur. Management was helpful with directions to local services and attractions. They had a very handy printout to all of the prerequisite RV’er required locations, like grocery or RV service. There is a railroad close by and we had noise from passing trains, but only usually one train during the 10 PM – 6 AM time frame. Wi-Fi is available and signal strength is good. TV was with antenna; with selection of the major network stations. This is another park that you need bug spray because of the no see ums. The daily rate was a prorated weekly rate with a Good Sam discount + 11.5% taxes. We would stay there again if we visit the Charleston, SC area again.
This is a real nice park in the Georgia state parks system. Internal park roads are paved. All campsites are pull-through, but there is no sewer at individual sites. There is a central dump station. Sites are dirt/gravel and each site has a raised tent area and fire pit. There is cable TV at each site, with a 15 channel selection. Sites are spaced far apart. There is no Wi-Fi and even my AT&T cell service only had one bar of signal strength. The bathrooms and showers are clean and well maintained. The showers are nice and large, but didn’t drain well and got the changing area floor wet (we used the newest one in the area with 60’s number sites). The park is easy driving distance to downtown Savannah and the surrounding islands and has several hiking trails within the park. Bring your bug spray because the no see ums are plentiful. The nightly rate ($22.40) included a senior discount from the $28.00 fee, plus a $5.00 parking pass for all of the days we stayed. If you have a Georgia State parks pass, it covers the parking fee. We would stay here again if we visit the Savannah area.
We chose this park again, based on ease of access to I-10 on our trip East. The park is very easy to find coming off of the freeway, but the current road construction at the entrance makes entry and exit a bit challenging. The road construction looks to be about a month from finishing, then access will be much improved. The park has good paved interior roads. The great majority of spaces are pull-through which makes site access very easy. Staff and management were very helpful with directions to services we needed locally. Cable TV worked very well and channel selection was very large. Wi-Fi signal was strong and bandwith was good. There was no road noise from the main road in front of the park or from the freeway. Pool was clean, but we didn’t use it because of rain. Restrooms and showers were clean and spacious enough for changing. Daily rate was with a Good Sam Discount. There a lot of long term residents here, probably because of Florida State University being in Tallahassee. Availability here may be limited depending on the sports season. We would stay here again if we came to the Tallahassee area again.
We chose this park for ease of access to I-10 in Mobile and were not disappointed. Park has very easy access from the freeway, although they don’t have direction signs off the main road. The directions in the Trailer Life directory were spot on. The park has good paved interior roads, wide sites, and easy pull-through access. The restrooms and showers are clean, but we didn’t use the showers because they are small. Cable TV was good with large selection of channels. Wi-Fi worked very well with strong signal. Laundry was clean. Management was very helpful with local attractions and directions to anywhere we wanted to go. There is a railroad line close by and train noise was noticeable, but not after 10:30 PM. There is also an airport close by that Navy pilots from Pensacola NAS use for touch and go fly arounds. The Coast Guard also uses the field but this only happens during daylight hours. This park is just off center of the outbound flight path of the planes, but they are only propeller aircraft. Even with this, we would stay here again if we return to the Mobile area. Nightly rate was with a Good Sam 10% discount.
We chose this park because of recommendation and proximity to where we worked with the St. Bernard Project in New Orleans. The park has easy access from I-10. It is gated for some additional security. The spaces are very close together and all of the spaces are back-in, but the park owner helps all big rigs get parked and they are very good at guiding anyone into a space. Park management is very helpful with questions about the New Orleans area. Cable TV worked very well with an extensive channel selection. Wi-Fi was slow at times, but generally good. The bathrooms and showers are clean and well maintained. The laundry is well maintained. The pool and spa are well maintained. We stayed 11 nights and the daily rate ($26.79) included a 10% AAA or Good Sam discount and added taxes. The park is adjacent to the CSX rail switching yard, but the noise from the trains is very negligible. We will stay here again on our next trip to New Orleans.
We chose this park based on previous reviews on this site and the relative easy off/on access to I-10. Our biggest problem was the turn into the park had a small sign, which we finally saw as we went by the turn. The spaces are close together, but not packed in like sardines. There are concrete pads in each space. Management and staff are very helpful with information on local area attractions. The WiFi and cable tv worked excellent. The tv channel selection was extensive. The bathrooms and showers were well maintained. The shower stalls have good room for changing, but there was only one shower/bathroom each for men or woman. The nightly rate ($31.50) was with a 10% Good Sam discount and taxes added. We would stay here again if we visited the Lake Charles area.
We chose this park based on previous reviews on this site. The spaces are very close together and we would have had a much harder time getting into our back-in space if the space opposite ours had been occupied. That said, overall the park is very good. Management and staff are very helpful with information on local area attractions. The WiFi and cable TV worked excellent. The TV channel selection was extensive. The bathrooms and showers were well maintained. The shower stalls have good room for changing. Many of the sites are shaded with mature oak trees. All of the sites had a concrete patio pad with a picnic table. Some sites have fire pits and the park provides firewood. Our only complaint is the laundry room had only 4 washers for the 132 sites in the park. The park seems to have a lot of long term residents. There is a HEB grocery store within a mile of the park and several gas stations close-by with diesel fuel. The nightly rate ($29.70) was with a 10% AAA discount and taxes added. We extended our stay one day, the night before our original departure date, with no problems. We will stay here again when we visit the Fredericksburg area
Park has good interior gravel roads and flat graveled spaces. Sites were wide enough to park next to our trailer. Park is far enough away from the highway that road noise was not an issue. Restrooms and showers were clean, although we didn’t use them. Campground staff and management were very helpful about local information. This is the closest RV park to Carlsbad Caverns NP that is still in the city of Carlsbad. The cable TV and Wi-Fi were excellent. The office also has an extensive DVD rental library, and the first rental is complimentary. The nightly rate was $37.50 which included a 10% AAA discount plus taxes. There a lot of long term residents in the park, but that is because of the oil and gas resurgence in the area. We would stay here again if we return to the Carlsbad area.
This is a good park for an overnight stop. It is an easy on/off from the freeway. The sites are flat and graveled with some trees for shade. The park management is very helpful. The bathrooms and showers are clean, but old. They could use a little repair. The noise from the freeway is noticeable, but not a distraction for sleeping. Cable TV not available, but you can get the local TV channels from Albuquerque very well with an antenna. We have stayed here before and would would stop here again.
Closest full hookup RV park to the Grand Canyon North Rim. Site we were in required more leveling than others we've stayed at. Showers and laundry were shutdown because of water shortage in the area. NO cell phone service unless you have Verizon. Good radio reception from So. Utah stations. NO TV unless you have satellite. Park provided fire rings in a central picnic area, but not at individual sites. It's a beautiful park, away from the highway, in Ponderosa pines on the Kaibab plateau. We will stay there again.
This was our first stay at this RV park. Very easy access to Mesa Verde National Park which was our first objective in choosing this park. We were greeted as we pulled in, taken directly to our space, then finished check-in at the office. Spaces are level and wide. Restrooms and shower are immaculate. The best we've seen. Pool and spas are maintained very well. We were able to pickup the major TV channels with our antenna. Wi-Fi in the park had good strength. The nightly rate ($36.67)was with all taxes. We will stay here again if visiting the area again.
The park is behind the hotel in downtown Cedar City. The nightly rate included the continental breakfast that the regular hotel guests get. Cable and Wi-Fi were good. There are no showers for the RV area. There is a laundry available, but we didn't use it. This is a great park for RV'ers going to the Utah Shakespeare Festival. It's only 4 blocks walking distance. Grocery store is right across street with many restaurants in the downtown area very close by. Park was not full the four nights we stayed here. Nightly rate was $36.71 after all taxes. We will stay here again when we attend the Shakespeare Festival.
This was our first stay in an RV park in Las Vegas. Park access is very good. Staff are very helpful with any questions/needs. Our back-in site took more leveling than I used in other parks. Wi-Fi is an additional charge; $5.99/day or there are longer term discounts by week or month. Pool and laundry facilities are very good. No road noise from Boulder highway on edge of park. Great park for SE park of Las Vegas valley. We would stay here again.
Great park for the Riverside/Corona area of the LA basin. TV reception was great using the antenna, got over 60 stations. Sites are spaced far apart, with firepits in most. Only complaint were the ants that got into our hummingbird feeder. Had that problem on our visit last year. Park is so big that you don't get city noise from surrounding roads. The RV sites fill up on weekends, so reserve your site before you come. No Wi-Fi, so you'll have to find a Starbucks close by. We would stay here again.
Park was very easy to find from the highway. Park managers were very helpful in finding a RV repair facility close by and other businesses we needed. Nightly rate was after AAA 10% discount. Sites are nice and level with plenty of space. Trees are small in some sites, because of replacement. Some train noise, but not bad. This was our first visit to the Grand Junction area and we would stay here again.
Nightly rate was after a AAA 10% discount. Great access to Arches Natl Park. Showers and bathroom facilities were top notch. Managers were very helpful with local information when asked. Highway noise is noticeable, but not excessive. This park is outside of central Moab, so it's a little bit of a drive to the downtown area. This our second stay here and will gladly return again.
This was our first stay at Prado Regional Park and we were very pleased with the facilities. You are in the middle of the greater Los Angeles basin and you'd never know it from the campground area. Access to the park is very good. Camp sites spaced very well apart. The camp site areas are grassed around the parking pads with concrete "patio" pads and fire pits at most sites. We stayed 4 nights. They have laundry facilities, but we did not use them. On-line reservation system was very easy to use. We will be staying here again when we're in the L.A. area.
This is the Luke AFB recreation area in Flagstaff. It is located in the Fort Tuthill Regional Park complex. The RV and tent campsites are only open during Summer (May-Sep.). We stayed there for one night on our way home. The RV sites are in a beautiful stand of ponderosa pine. The sites are closely spaced but not too cramped. Access is good, even for big rigs. We were in a back-in site and had no problems. The restrooms and shower areas are very clean. They do have very clean laundry facilities, but we didn't use them. There is a dump station available. The electric service is 20 or 30 amp depending on your site. They have 14 day stay limitation. We only made a one night reservation, but after we arrived, we wanted to stay longer. There was no available sites so we continued home. We will definitely be staying there again when we visit the Flagstaff area for an extended stay. There are also A-frame and regular cabins, yurts and a small hotel at the rec area. The campground is very quiet, not close to any major roads for noise.
We called this park on short notice and they had room for us. They even changed our location because our plans had changed and may have had to stay more than the original 3 days. The park staff was very good. All of the facilities were in very good shape. There is a noise issue because the park is between Interstate 5 and the main rail line from downtown San Diego, but you get used to it. After a day it becomes background noise. They did give us a AAA discount of 10% on the listed nightly rate. The park spaces are close and access to spots can be challenging (it was our first time doing any major backing/parking of the trailer). The cable TV worked fine in the site we had. The Wi-Fi was OK, but we were having computer problems, so I'll reserve judgement until another stay. Pool and laundry facilities are excellent. It's fairly easy access from I-5 from either North or Southbound. It's close to Mission Bay and very centrally located in San Diego. We'll definitely use this park again, if other options are not available.
We chose Blake Ranch because it was a good days drive from home on our way to California. Access was easy from the freeway. It was far enough from the freeway so traffic noise was not a problem. There was some noise from the Petro truck stop just outside the park, but not distracting. Space between sites was adequate. Site access was very good with lots of room for turning within the park. We had a cable TV hookup, but didn't use it. Showers and restrooms are very well kept. This is a great park for RV'ers stopping for just one night or for an extended stay in the Kingman area. We will definitely stay here again.
Chose the Riverside because of previous reviews and was not disappointed. Park is very clean with great access. This was our first trip in our trailer. Owners were very helpful with any questions we had about the park or surrounding area. Wi-Fi worked OK, but we have a slow laptop. Park is just out of town but still very close to where we wanted to go. We will stay there again on our next trip to Moab.