Park offers easy access of I-40, but it can be a noisy place unless you run your AC/heater to block the noise. However, it is close to Oklahoma City attractions. Lots are gravel and large and run around 60 ft. Most have a picnic table. There is an indoor pool and hot tub area which is clean. Some lots are shaded. We stayed in Lot 3 and had plenty of shade. The Wi-Fi works well as does the cable TV. Laundry is clean and has new machines. There is a propane station, but the were out of propane when we were there. They do offer muffins, coffee, and a free newspaper in the lobby in the mornings. I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to my friends.
This price reflects Passport America rate. The campground is very nice and is flanked by lovely mountains. There is an indoor swimming pool, hot tub, sauna room, picnic tables, gravel sites, a playground, and a garbage can at each site. The grounds are well kept and there is shade available for many sites. The campground has a dog walking area, a nice laundry, clean bathrooms, and a covered group picnic area. Cable TV works well but internet signal is weak away from registration office. I had to use a hot box. Staff is professional and friendly. Campground is patrolled. As a perk you will be given $5 in credits for each day of stay for use at the casino which is a part of the complex. At this writing there is a seafood/prime rib buffet on Friday night for $19.00 which is good. The nearby UTE gas station has the lowest prices around. You will have easy access off Rt. 160. The nearest grocery store is in Cortez which is about 11 miles away. Campground is close to many tourist attractions including one of our favorites, Mesa Verde National Park. I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to my friends.
When we visited the campground it was a week after a flooding rain and the grounds were not in the best of shape. Flood or not there needs to be some site beautification. There are trees but they are small and sparse. Don't count on them giving much shade. There are gravel lots with a picnic table. The bathrooms and showers are clean as well as the pool and hot tub area. There is a clean small club room which is used for functions. Free WIFI is available there, but if you want it in your camper, you will pay extra. There is also a $3 a day extra "resort" fee. I really don't consider this place a resort! The coin laundry is clean and is complete with ironing board, a folding table and a rack to hold coat hanger items. The lady who is in charge is friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable about area attractions. The park is located near historic Tombstone, The Amerian Museum (a must), Tucson, ghost towns, Cochise Stronghold, and a cavern. I didn't give a higher score because there needs to be more landscaping. It is was not very inviting when we first drove in. I would stay there again.
The park contains over 1,000 sites. Most of the ones I saw looked like they were homes for snowbirds. The biggest drawback was the lack of shade trees and the Phoenix area can be hotter than hell. The sites are tight to get into so big rig drivers need to be seasoned. The sites are gravel. This is truly a resort for the 55+ crowd. The grounds are immaculate, bathrooms are clean, and amenities are numerous. There is a pet area and part of the park is for people with pets; the other part is for people without. I would stay here again if I were in the Phoenix area, but it would have to be in Jan. or Feb. This is definitely a place for sun worshippers or folk who need to get away from the snow in the winter.
Price reflects Coast to Coast rate with cable hookup. The lady who runs this place if extremely nice and helpful. There are large shaded lots and a narrow river that runs through the park. When entering the park you will encounter a steep narrow one way road. So be careful entering. You will find gravel lots. Some have cable, others do not. Wi-Fi signal is weak. The water pressure at our site was very poor. The bathroom has two stalls and two showers. Not nearly enough. They were not clean. Floors needed a good scrubbing. You will be charged a $3 activity fee. A rip off and a joke. There is a club house that is a trailer that is musty smelling, contains an assortment of VHS tapes, a few games and crossword puzzles. The chair in the room was dirty and looked like something someone would put on the side of the road for pickup. Calling this place a resort is also a joke. Would never go back again or recommend it to anyone I cared about.
The price reflects a AAA discount. Lake Powell and Glen Canyon are beautiful. The campsites are high above Lake Powell. They are paved and there are a few shaded spots. There are sturdy picnic tables and a fire ring at each site. The bathrooms on the campground are clean. However, if a shower is desired you must hike to the camp store area to get one. $2 will buy you water for 15 minutes. The laundry operates 24/7, is air conditioned and well maintained. There is a camp store but it is pricey. Be prepared to pay $5 if you need a small bag of ice. Stop by Walmart or Safeway on the way in to get better prices. At this writing 10 lbs of ice was $2.00 at Walmart. We were only able to get Wi-Fi around the camp store. Don’t expect to get it at your camper. Even my hot spot didn’t get a signal. There is no cable hookup. Campers may use the swimming pool at the nearby hotel. Keep your camping site receipt and present it to the cashier at the lodge and you will receive a pass for the pool. The pool overlooks the lake and the canyon...beautiful. The campground is also close to a nice restaurant overlooking the lake, a very nice visitor’s center, boat rentals, a boat tour company, a beach for swimming, and launches for water craft. Gas is expensive. Get it before you come to the campground. The nearby city of Page will have cheaper prices. The prices for a campsite are high for what you get, but there isn’t much available in the area and the concessionaires know it. Check for road conditions before you come. There is road construction through the Navajo reservation and at this writing there was a landslide on 89N so we had to take an alternate route to get to Lake Powell.
The park is clean and well maintained throughout. There are paved sites with small trees that offer little shade. The picnic tables are sturdy. There are no fire pits. However, there is a large community fire pit next to the laundry and picnic pavilion which is very nice. Wi-Fi reception is weak. There is a pool in the hotel next door which campers have access to. Laundry is very nice. The on-site kennel is wonderful. We have two Maltese who stayed there while we went to the Grand Canyon. Shot records are required. Kennel is clean as a whistle and staff was very helpful and friendly. The major drawback for us were the trains who rumbled through and blew their whistles during the night. The park is within walking distance of the historic downtown district and the railroad to the Grand Canyon. A Safeway grocery store is within two blocks of the campground. Nice place to stay if the trains coming and going don't bother you.
Campground is clean and lots are gravel. There are shaded spots, but not many. We were told there were only 5 sites for Coast to Coast members. Only one of them is shaded and that was taken. They refused to give us a shaded spot elsewhere even though there were plenty available. They charge and extra $3 per night for an activity fee. Problem is there were no activities, but we had to pay anyway. Many of the staff members were friendly, but one looked like she had been weaned on sour lemons. Not friendly at all. The campground has very nice cabins, a pool, laundry room, clean showers and bathrooms, shuffleboard, putt putt golf course, and large TV in the activity room where no activities were held! Campground is close to Zion National Park, but is over 100 miles to Bryce Canyon. Park is close to Hurricane where there are lots of restaurants and a Walmart. Campground has Wi-Fi but we could never get a signal. I tried with my hot spot and still couldn't get a signal, so don't count on getting one. We had to go to McDonald's in Hurricane to get a connection. There are plenty of places to walk the dog that are off to the side of the campground. They do have a dog area and a small playground for children. I would probably stay for a night because of Passport America and the fact that it is right off I-15 so there is easy access.
This park does have slightly shaded spots. There is no cable TV, but the Internet works well. Pads are concrete. We parked next to a motorhome and had about 4 feet between our slides. There are no picnic tables or places for fire because there isn't enough room. However, the park is clean, the staff is very helpful and friendly, there are two pet areas, a pool, hot tub, laundry, large library, and free DVD exchange and book exchange. There is a business center with PC, printer, copier, and fax. Propane can be delivered to your site on Mondays and Thursdays. There is a small general store on site. Back-in rates are much cheaper than pull-throughs. If you do get a pull-through, you will have an extra site to park your vehicle. All others park on the curbing. I would definitely stay here again. The price reflects a Passport America rate.
The rate reflects a Passport America rate. The only reason I didn't give this campground a higher rating is that there is no cable TV or Wi-Fi. The bathrooms and showers are clean, the staff is friendly, and there is an excellent small Mexican restaurant on site that serves authentic Mexican food that is wonderful! It is run by the owner's mother, who has been cooking for over 25 years and she knows her stuff. The service was also great. There are a lot of permanent residents. There are some shaded pull-through spots with covered picnic tables. A laundry is available with reasonable prices. I would definitely stay there again if traveling through. It is about a mile off I-15 and is easy to reach.
We like this park. It is quiet and away from the hustle of Moab. The park is well maintained. I didn't give it a higher rating because it doesn't have a pool or rec center. However, it does have clean bathrooms, a well equipped laundry, a group area for grilling, and is a couple of blocks off the highway, which makes it a quiet place to stay. Staff was friendly. We didn't see any horses at the park, but if you had a horse, this would be a good place to bring it. Price reflects Passport America rate. I would definitely stay there again.
Park provides easy access of I-70. FYI get gas in Grand Junction. You will find cheaper prices there than on up into the Rockies or down south toward Moab. The park is clean and well maintained. They do have trees, but most of the sites have small ones that don't provide much protection. The laundry room is very nice and the restrooms and showers are spotless. There is a fenced in gravel play ground for the dogs. However, no grass for my dogs to use and they will only go on grass! Had to take them on the roadside so they could relieve themselves. The playground is nice and there is an area for kids where the water squirts out of a concrete pad. I saw several children delighting in the refreshment. We were traveling through on our way to Moab so we only stayed a night. I would stay there again.
There is easy access off I-70 to the park. A great park for a base camp or to stop while traveling through. Park is very close to the river but sites are not directly on it. The park is clean and well maintained. Staff is friendly. I have to agree with other contributors. The major drawback for us is was there was no WIFI, sewer connection, or cable. Considering that, I think the prices were high. However, there are few campgrounds around so campers don't have a lot of choices. The river does have trout and the catch and release rule is posted. We did have some flies, but a light coating of insect repellent deterred them. I would stay there again if traveling through and needed a place for the night.
Staff member who helped us was very nice. The campground is part of a community park with picnic tables, a boat launch, and playground. The bathrooms were dated, but clean. Some of the permanent trailers look like they came off a set from Sanford and Son. However, the campground is a good place to rest a weary head on the way to wherever.
Campground is about a mile of I-70 just west of Topeka. Staff was friendly. Mention that you saw their web site and you will get a 15% discount. There is a railroad track next to the campground. The train traffic didn't annoy us because our air conditioner drowned it out. The campground had lots of area to walk our two Maltese and there was a narrow creek that backed up to the campground. Laundry services were available as well as fire rings at each campsite, with pull-throughs available. There was also a playground for children.
Park is located just off I-64 near Beckley. There is a narrow entrance road that winds about a mile to the park entrance. This is a great place to stay for the night if you are on the road and just want a place with full hookup and to get a good night's sleep. Campground is quiet and there are gravel sites. There are no amenities and most of the campers are workers at a nearby project. Price posted for a 30 amp site is $25.00. Even though this is a member of Good Sam Club parks, you won't get a discount. 50 amps are $30. You will be told that the $25 includes the discount! Gentleman who runs the place is pleasant.
Park is off the beaten path, but offers lots of amenities. It is clean and well maintained. Many sites are leased for long terms so there are often a shortage of spaces in the summer season. Nice pool area, lounges, play grounds, and lake area. Thousand Trail members may have difficulty finding sites in prime areas if they arrive late in the day.
Not easy to find, but once you do, this is an OK place to stop over for a night if you are traveling on the I-95 corridor. The campground is old, but the laundry, bathrooms, and club house are clean. There is a widescreen TV in the club house and plenty of tables for game playing or Wi-Fi. There is a small pool, but it was not open at the time we were there because of the winter season. Staff was friendly. Quaint town of Beaufort is about 25 miles away. It is close to restaurants. Propane is not available at this campground but can be purchased at a KOA campground close to it.
Easy access off I-95. Clean park with nice pool area and clean facilities. Great place for an overnight stay on I-95. It is next door to a large flea market that is opened on Sat. and Sunday. The only negative is that the resort is close to the Jacksonville airport so jet noise could be a problem for some. It didn't bother us, and we aren't deaf yet. Friendly staff. There is a nearby pond for fishing, but I didn't see anyone fishing, so I can't comment on how good the fishing would be. Would recommend it for those traveling on the I-95 corridor.
Be prepared to carry Vaseline to coat your rig so you can squeeze in the lots. So unimpressed with this place. We arrived after hours and did not receive a welcome packet containing any park information. We had to ask neighbors where the amenities were. Tried to go to the club house to use WiFi. I was told that is was reserved for a dance practice, and I would have to wait until it was over. Never did get WiFi to work. This park is not easy to get to. You must go through neighborhoods with tight curves to get there. Will never go back.
Some sites are good and others are crappy. We got a crappy one. The trailer next to us looked abandoned. A real eyesore (B-14). The picnic table at our site was broken. Another one was brought to us upon our request, but the broken one remained. The lot was dirt/gravel, mostly dirt. Rigs are packed in like sardines. The only good thing I can say is that the park is close to the causeway to Sanibel and to many restaurants, grocery stores, and other shopping areas. We arrived after hours and did not receive a welcome packet with any park information. Had to knock on our neighbors door to find out how to access Wi-Fi and find out where the laundry was. Not impressed with this place in the least.
Very well maintained park with lots of activities. Breakfast is offered on Sat. morning at a nominal price. It is wonderful and offers everything you could imagine. There are permanent residents who maintain their property. No junk rigs here! Medium to small sized lots. Close to shopping. Has a gated dog area where dogs can play unleashed! Many amenities. Easy access off the interstate. Wouldn't stay anywhere else in the Naples area.
Pricey in the winter months. The campground is clean and has medium to large lots. Many are shaded. There is a sandy beach where kayaks can be launched easily. The campground is not directly on the ocean. There is a barrier island between it and the ocean. There are many permanent residents who keep their lots up nicely. Bicycle paths are close by and a Publix food store and KMart is within walking distance. About a mile from John Pennekamp Park. Good Wi-Fi connection, and cable TV is part of the deal at no extra charge. Staff is wonderful and accommodating. Gated entrance with security guard.
This is a well maintained campground that is ideal for nature lovers who want peace and quiet. It is off the beaten path. The dock is well maintained and has a boat/kayak launching area. The lots on the water are beautiful. The lots are large and many are shaded. This is a hidden gem.