This is a nice park that is geared more towards a family. It has the usual playground area for the kids, etc. We just spent one night so most of the amenities were not used. The parking places are firm grass with full hook-ups and the site we had was a pull-thru. We would stay here again when in the area.
This is a nice park that is off of the beaten path. This was our second stay here and it was a lot different from our first stay. The first time, there was snow on the ground and the hill leading up to the office required my tire chains. This trip, it was no problem at all. The site we had was level and our roof mounted satellite dish worked fine. There are a lot of trees so be sure to ask if you need a site for your satellite. We will stay here again when in the area.
This was a nice quiet park in a wonderful setting. Lots of green grassy areas to play in and to walk the dog. The parking areas for the pull-thrus was gravel and fairly level. We had no problem with our DirecTV satellite dish locking on to a signal. The owner was friendly and helpful. My only complaint about this park is the 5 mile drive on the paved road to get to it, once you leave the main highway. The road is smooth, but it is very narrow. There are also no shoulders but a sharp drop-off on the road edge. It is also very hilly with lots of curves. For most of the 5 mile drive, the road lanes are too narrow for a normal size class A coach. I was fortunate in that we only encountered two cars on our entering and leaving the park. With the trees on either side, it would have been very difficult for two RV's to pass without damage. I really did like this park, but that 5 mile drive could be a problem.
We stayed one night in this park and it was quiet and peaceful. It is located enough off of US19 not to have any road noise. The park does have a few narrow roads but if you know how to drive your RV there is no problem, even with a toad, as we were. We were escorted back to our pull-through parking site and had no problem maneuvering into place. We also had no problem when we exited early the next morning. On your way out is a sewer dump and trash bin, which we found very convenient, since we chose a pull through site without a sewer hook-up. There are a lot of trees but we asked for, and got, a site where our satellite worked fine. The park also has cable TV. The Wi-Fi worked great. The parking site was hard packed grass and was level. The ground was dry so I can't comment about how the property would have been during a rainy period. We plan on using the park again when we are passing through this area on our way home.
For $30/night, you are better off staying in a WalMart parking lot. There is no cable, no WIFI, no pavement, and the parking sites close and are not very level. As mentioned by others, the road into this park is very rough clay. If there has been, or rain is anticipated, you do not want to take your rig on this road. We would never stay at this park again.
This was a great little park. The parking sites are as wide as any park I have ever been in, with plenty of nice grass for you and your pets. Out site was level and free of trees that might interfere with a satellite antenna. I let the manager know I had a satellite dish so he made sure to give us a suitable parking area. All of the interior roads and parking areas are paved asphalt. It was a very quiet and clean place to relax for a night or a week or so. The manager is very friendly and helpful. The only problem we had was following the GPS directions. They wanted to take us down a road with a 2 ton limit bridge. IF your GPS tries to take you using any road other than county road 59, you may have to turn around and go regroup. Click on the map on this review and you can find your way there. We will stay at this park again and would be willing to drive out of our way to stay here again. It truly is a jewel. I would have rated it higher, but it does not have sewer for a full hook up. There is a dump station as you exit the park. Our cost includes the Good Sam discount.
This is a nice park for an overnight stay or for a few days if necessary. It is close to the casino and shuttle service is available when called. The rest rooms and showers are clean and neat. The parking space that I had was concrete, level, and short. I am 48 feet total length with the toad and we just barely fit. It had plenty of width and the grass was enjoyed by our dog. The sewer is at the very entrance to site and it took every bit of hose and extensions to reach it from my center coach drain. The water and electric were fine. There are few trees so satellite aiming is no problem and the crank up antenna will pick up the local channels. They have cable but I did not try it. They advertise WI-FI and it did work fine for a few minutes after we arrived. After that, it appeared to be shut off. We did go over to the Ameristar Casino to give away some money but because this is a full smoking facility, we left with our wallet intact. Apparently the ventilation system is marginal and in a matter of minutes the smoke was enough to cause us to leave and go back to our coach. Obviously this is a personal issue and I am only mentioning it because we stayed at this park with the sole purpose of enjoying the casino. We only stayed one night and did not spend any money at the casino for gambling or the restaurants because of the smoke issue. We would stay at this park as an overnight stopping point again if we are passing through but will not use the casino.
This is a basic western RV park, gravel and dirt, with no grass. The parking sites are OK in width, but a little short. The noise from the highway could be a problem if the weather has you leave your windows open. I would comment on the staff and the pizza, but since we arrive in the early afternoon on a Sunday, we saw no one and the office was closed so no pizza and no Wi-Fi code. The park appeared to be well maintained and the roads were fine. Considering what we got for our money, I would probably look for another park the next time we travel through the area.
This is our fourth time staying at this park and we were a little disappointed. The Wi-Fi did not work at all. We were told when we checked in that they were waiting on the tech and I guess they were still waiting three days later when we left. The park does have a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with a basic menu of items. The parking sites and roads are concrete and level. Our crank up antenna was all that was needed to pick up the local channels although cable is provided. There are not enough trees to interfere with your satellite. I see that some of the reviews have complained about the wind. This park, and almost the entire middle of the USA is part of the Great Plains and occasionally there will be high winds. This is not a park problem and there is nothing they can do about it. This is like complaining about rain. The laundry facility is neat and the equipment worked fine. The staff at this park is friendly and we always stay here on our ventures out west each year. It always gives us a chance to take care of any maintenance issues and to wash our coach if needed.
This is a basic RV Park for occasional use. The parking sites are too close for this to be a long term park for us. For a night or two it is fine. The facility is well maintained, the bathrooms are clean and neat, and the electric, sewer, and water are adequate. The Wi-Fi was slow at times. The road noise is not too bad. There is a restaurant that you drive by to get into the park and there is fuel available at this exit. The restaurant is fine but the fuel is cheaper as you get closer to OK City. We will stay at this park again when in the area.
This is a nice, neat, well maintained RV park. It is a little far away from things but for that distance you are rewarded with peace and quiet and a nice view overlooking the surrounding countryside. The parking places are wide gravel, level, but somewhat short. The interior road is paved blacktop. If you have a long coach, you may have to disconnect your toad. If that is the case, there is plenty of room to park next to your rig. The staff was very friendly and you will be escorted to your parking place. The electric, water,and sewer are easily accessible and stable. The Wi-Fi was one of the best we have ever used. Cell phone service was fine. This park has a nice clubhouse and a clean laundry facility. The only negative I have with the park is with the showers. They are large, clean, and tiled but you have no privacy. There is one bench for two showers and you have to dress and leave your clothes outside of the shower stall. Obviously this is not a problem if you do not use the park's showers but I am mentioning it for others to decide. It is sort of like being in gym class again. We would definitely stay in this park again if in the area.
This is a nice park for an overnight stay. It is right off of I-80 but it is still quiet. The staff was friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi was adequate and the cable worked fine. The park is a basic gravel parking lot but the parking sites are level and plenty of room for a big rig with a vehicle in tow. There is plenty of room to maneuver your rig and get into your space. The electric, cable, water, and sewer were easily accessible. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a very nice park with a friendly staff. The parking sites are a little close but there is nice grass separating each space. The Wi-Fi worked great. The showers are large and clean. If you have a dog, this is the place to stay. With the grass and a large playground, it is great to exercise the mutts. It is right next to a Flying J, which sells their gas for less that the Flying J right off of the I-15 exit. It is walking distance to restaurants and less than 1/2 mile to a Wal-Mart. We would stay here again at any time we are in the area. Judging by the amount of vehicles that pulled in after us, it may be a good idea to make a reservation. You will not be disappointed.
This is a pretty basic park using a gravel parking lot to park RV's. There are trees between the sites which make it a little tight for multiple slides and a canopy is out of the question. The Wi-Fi was unusable. The staff was very friendly, but the park is no gem. If you have a dog, there is no place on the property for you to take it. You are directed to take it across the alley onto someone else's property. When it rains, the gravel has many puddles and it is very messy. The showers are clean but they do not have a separate dressing area with a seat. You have a small 3x3 area with one hook on the door and no seat. Depending on when you stay in this area, you have to keep in mind that many RV parks may be closed for the season. We would not stay at this park again as there is a very nice park, with actual grass, closer to the Yellowstone gate, that is only slightly more expensive.
This is a nice little park with easy access to I-90. There is some traffic noise but we are pretty used to it and managed to get a good night's sleep. The sites are a little tight with a front to back shared utilities arrangement. The owners are fantastic and will do anything to make your stay pleasant. The office has a very large inventory of DVD's that can be used at no charge. The sites are level and firm packed gravel. The Wi-Fi worked fine and we were given a site with good satellite viewing. Our crank-up antenna was able to pick up the local network stations. We would stay here again if in the area.
The park is clean and neat, for what it is. The roads are gravel as are the parking sites. There are enough trees to make satellite reception impossible, even tho I specifically asked for a site with satellite access. The park was only about 10-20% full when we arrived. There is some grass between the parking sites and there are picnic tables and fixed BBQ stands. The Wi-Fi was exactly what I expect with Tengonet: terrible. Unfortunately they do not tell you in their advertisement that Tengonet provides the Wi-Fi. It was free, but it was basically unusable. When it did work, which is after you jump through a lot of hoops, it was about the speed of a dial-up connection. The park was adequate for an overnight stay but the next time we travel through the area we will check out one of the other parks.
This park is the closet park to downtown Sturgis. It is walking distance for the few blocks to main street, the largest town grocery store, restaurants, etc. During the August motorcycle rally, this would be the premier place to stay to be right in the middle of everything going on in downtown Sturgis. The price paid in this review reflects the $108 (including tax) rate for a one week, 7 day stay. As with ALL RV parks in the area, the prices jump during the annual rally. The parking sites are level gravel, have plenty of length, and have three different locations for sewer hook-up. There is no grass available for walking your dog but there is a grassy field across the street within a few hundred feet. The RV park is quiet and well maintained. The bathrooms are large and spotless with separate toilet rooms that have locking doors for privacy. The showers are large and have a separate dressing area in the front. Plenty of hot water. Both the men and women's bathrooms have laundry equipment. The office has a small amount of RV supplies for sale. The RV park is on the side of a hill that overlooks Sturgis. There are upper and lower areas for RV's to park. The park Wi-Fi was fantastic. Probably the fastest that we have used anywhere. When we stayed the park was only about 10% full so the Wi-Fi may not be as fast as it may be when the park has more visitors. Our crank-up antenna was able to receive the ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS stations from Rapid City, SD. There is so much to do in the Black Hills that this park provided us with a great base to go on daily trips to Rushmore, Custer State park, Deadwood, Devil's Towers etc. We will definitely stay here again and are already making plans for a return visit in the future. The park is seasonal and will be closing at the end of September for the Winter.
This is a great park right near Wall Drugs. There is a large fenced dog park and the parking sites are fairly large. It has trees but they are all small enough so as not to interfere with satellite access. Cable TV is available for a $2 up charge. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park is quiet with gravel roads and parking areas. We will stay here again when in the area.
This is a nice little park right near the interstate. We had one of the spaces close to I-90, but with our windows closed, the noise was not a problem. We have a large dog and had no problem at all with the park rules concerning dogs. The Wi-Fi was fair and at times unusable. The sites are a little tight. The water, electric, and sewer were all fine. The park is convenient to the town of Mitchell. We would stay there again if in the area.
This is a nice little park with easy access to the interstate. It is gravel roads and parking spaces with a little grass in between. There are trees that make it a little challenge to aim a satellite dish. The staff was very helpful and helped us find a site where we could use our satellite dish. The water, sewer, and electric were fine. The Passport America rate was $16. We would stay there again when in the area.
This is a great little park. It is easy access from the interstate. We had a site that allowed satellite view. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The pull through site was a little tight but the water, sewer, and electric were easily accessible. The park is well kept and neat. We will stay there again when in the area.
This is a beautiful park that is great for families and others looking for a nice place to spend a day or a week. The staff was very helpful and friendly. There are chickens running loose in the park which are neat to watch. We even got a half dozen eggs when I checked in. The Wi-Fi was adequate and the site was level. This park has easy access on and off of the interstate. We will stay there again when in the area.
The park was nice, clean, and convenient to the interstate. The Wi-Fi worked fine and the site we used provided satellite viewing. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again when in the area.
We stayed one night in this park and were pleasantly surprised. We did have to use our AC unit because of the heat so keep this in mind when I talk about the noise in the area. The RV park is close to the airport and planes may depart over the park. It is far enough away so that the planes have gained enough altitude for this not to be a problem during our stay. There is a Flea Market adjacent to the park that has an outdoor "Beer Pond" which featured a live band during our Saturday stay. It closes with the Flea market(only open on Saturday and Sunday) so it was not a problem for a good night's sleep. The RV Park is also close to I-95, but we could only hear traffic noise when outside the coach, and it was not a problem. Each parking site is on a large concrete slab that is level and separated from your neighbor with a generous grass area. The longest sites are 70' which should work for most rigs. The electric was stable, plenty of water pressure, and the sewer dump is convenient for most rigs. They also have a dump station alto the water hose for cleaning was broken when we stayed there. The free Wi-Fi worked very well, so I guess that not too many guests were downloading huge movie files. The free cable also worked very well. This park offers various discounts which is reflected in my rate. The park is kept very neat and it is well lighted at night. We would not hesitate to stay at this park again when our travels brings us to Jacksonville.
This is a Passport America park. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The road back to the park is a little narrow and might be a problem if you are coming in when another guest is leaving. The site that we had was pretty level and it drained well during the rain. Electric, sewer, and water were all fine, as was cell phone service. We use a Verizon WiFi hotspot which worked fine. We would stay here again when we are in the area.
This is a Passport America park which is reflected in the rate. This park is one of the best managed and maintained parks that we have used. The staff is always friendly and helpful to the customer's needs. We will always stay in this park when we are in the area. Because we do not have children, we stay in the front portion of the park. The power at the pole was very stable and cell phone service was very good. We use a Verizon WIFI hotspot which worked well at this park.
The park is in a nice setting near a lake. The layout is a little strange but it works, if you can find a power pole that works. You do have to drive in, and then turn around to get out, or to get to your site. There was room to pull around the clubhouse (?) at the end. There is water and electric only at the parking sites. For those that have read the previous reviews, the burro is still here. Seeing the burro basically ruined our stay at this park. The front hoofs on this poor animal have been left to grow out so much the animal is basically a cripple. For the owner of this park to allow this to happen to an animal that is part of this park, is nothing but neglect and animal cruelty. We will not return to a park where the owner could care less about his animals, or the park facilities. This same attitude seems to have been around for several years since the 2009 reviews talk about the poor rest rooms. Nothing has been done to them since 2009, so they have continued to decline. I would not recommend this park to anyone.
We had stayed at this park before and were very disappointed this time. We stayed in the front circle, and we found the sites and roads filled with ruts. These roads are unpaved and during any rain they would be nothing but mud. The Wi-Fi was very weak and unusable most of the time, even though we were close to the office. Granted we did not travel to the back part of the park, which may have been nice, but this review is based on the site that we were given, which I felt was NOT worth the $29 cost. The road noise was a little troublesome but it did ease off around midnight. This park has a lot of trees which may interfere with satellite reception. The sites in the front circle are sort of randomly placed and some are very close. The cable did work OK and the electric was fine. I guess this park would be OK for an overnight stay, which is what we did, but for the cost, we will NOT visit this park again.
What a great park. Everything is kept neat and clean. The sites are level gravel. We had a site that backed up to one of the two beautiful lakes. There was no traffic noise, and this was perfect for a nice quite place to spend a few days. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a park that is still growing. More pull-thru sites will be added in the future. The present sites are level and have everything that you need, including water, sewer, 50 AMP, cable, and WI-FI. The rest rooms are neat and clean, with plenty of hot water. In Adairsville, GA you have two choices, this park or the one next door. The one next door has a pool and is a little hilly. At the nightly rate that we paid with Passport America, the choice was easy. The owner of this park is very friendly and will assist you with anything that you need. The park is kept neat and our stay there was quiet and enjoyable. We had good cell phone reception and the electric power was stable. The interior roads are gravel and well drained. There is plenty of grass for your pets. We would definitely stay here again in the future.
This is about as basic of an RV park as you can get. The sites are just yellow lines on a black top parking lot in front of an old mobile home park. The electric, water, and sewer are shared with alternate facing units. The spacing between the yellow lines is 14' so keep this in mind if you have slideouts. Forget about using a canopy. There is very little room to maneuver your rig so if you are trying to squeeze between two existing RV's, you will want to take it slow and easy. The MAXIMUM TOTAL length of the RV sites is 48' so forget a 40' coach with a dingy. The electric worked fine and the water had plenty of pressure. Since this park is near I-40, you will have highway noise and you also get the noise from ALL of the traffic coming into the permanent mobile homes in the park. It is a self serve check-in after you do a loop through the park to get to the office and face the right direction. The electric panels are one a very low mounted panel. The water is in a cast iron box at ground level with a cover. The sewer is covered with a piece of carpet(?) and is located at the rear of the site if you come in from one direction and the front if you go the other direction. Power and water are in the middle. All things considered, this is OK for an overnight stay, if you don't mind basic and noisy.
This is a park that is probably 90% "permanent" residents. This is not a NEGATIVE as common sense tells me that if it were not for long term tenants, very few RV parks would survive. That said, all of the sites were kept neat whether they were long term or overnight. The staff was all very friendly and helpful. At check in we told them we would like to stay for a few days and we needed a pull through site. We were guided through the park by a staff member to our parking site by driving through a vacant site. This worked out well for us and was a novel way to deal with the situation of a MH with a toad or a 5'r. The sites themselves are quite narrow with a privacy fence on each side. We had room for our slideout but there was not enough room to extend a canopy. The water, electric, and sewer were all easily accessible. The parking site was firm grass and the roads were all paved. When we checked in they noticed that we had a satellite dish so we were given a site that would allow unobstructed access. The park also has cable TV that worked fine and there were many digital channels available with your crank-up antenna. The WiFi was slow at times. The park has showers and a laundry but they were located at the office and we did not use either. The RV park is located near the interstate and airport but we did not find the noise objectionable. I would have given this park a little higher rating if the parking sites were wider and if they were paved. We plan on staying at this park again on our next visit to Tulsa.
This is a nice park right near the I-40. There is some moderate hwy noise but it is certainly not enough to lose any sleep over. The WiFi worked great and cell phone service was 5 bars on our Verizon unit. The cable TV service was very good with a perfect picture. The spaces are a little close but would not be a problem for any unit no matter how far their slides extended. The water and sewer hookups were very convenient for our Class A. At the top of the hill, as you drive towards the campground, there is a nice restaurant, which offers good food at good prices. There is also fuel at this exit. The parking site that we had was paved asphalt, as was the entrance road. There was a grass area between sites that was about 5' wide. They do have a dog walk area for your pets. This is a great park for an overnight stay, or even longer. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay in this park again when in this area. This park is NOT in the location as given by the map, or in the location given by Google Maps. It is just NORTH of I-40 at exit 108 and closer to Calumet, OK than El Reno, OK. You turn into the Cherokee Restaurant parking lot and follow the KOA arrows on the pavement. It is about 1/4 mile past the restaurant.
Let's start off that the park owner, Pop, was very friendly and helpful and that this is not a bad park. That said, here are my observations about what we experienced. First off, ONLY 30 amp service is available. The sites are level and you park on asphalt pavement. The sites themselves are tight and there is nothing but gravel between you and the next site. There is a place to take your dog, BUT it is a small (maybe 6x15) grassy area outside the park on possibly the city easement. Not too much of a problem since it appeared that most people have cleaned up after their pets. The biggest complaint that I had is the way the sewer and electrical hook-ups are located at the beginning of the site entrance and, unless you have a very long electrical cord, and a very long sewer hose, you will have to disconnect your toad if you plan to use the hook-ups. Everyone that pulled in while we were there had to disconnect the toad and drive it around to park in front of the coach. That is not really too much of a problem unless you plan on staying only one night and then it is a hassle. The park is located between regular US 64 and business US 64 which means that there is a lot of traffic noise. Even with the windows closed in our coach it was loud. Summer AC noise in your coach may mask the traffic noise. Based on owner friendliness, I would have given this park a 10. The park does have it's limitations and negatives that have nothing to do with the owner. If we were in the area, we would stay here again because it is the best that Farmington has to offer. Incidentally, if you are reading this review and are comparing it to the other two parks in the Farmington area.
This is a great little park in the Moab area. The simple fact that there is actually some grass in a Western RV Park is a huge plus for our dog. The site we were given was long enough for our coach and left enough room for us to park our dingy across the back. The water pressure is fine and the sewer hook-up is conveniently located. The 50 amp electrical service is stable and is at 124 volts. Verizon cell phone service is fine. The free park WiFi is one of the best we have used in a long time and the free cable service included 67 channels. The park does have some trees but none of them would interfere with your satellite if you want to use it. The park is a few blocks off of the main highway, but is very quiet. It is located at the southern edge of town but that only means that it would take you 10 minutes to drive to the northern edge of this small town. There are several other RV parks in the Moab area, and we drove to each of them, before we chose this gem. The others may be a little newer or have a few more amenities, but the downside would be that they are right on the main highway. This park does not have a pool, but since we travel in the Winter, that did not affect our decision. When you drive up to this park, do not be fooled by what you see at the entrance. The park is very deep and opens up as you drive past the office. The staff was very friendly and helpful and we will definitely stay here again when in the Moab area.
This park is right next to I-20. Since it was cool enough that we kept the windows closed, the noise was not a problem. The WiFi worked fine and cell phone service was good. The roads and parking sites are all gravel. There is some grass and small trees. The RV sites are a little tight and a little short for a long coach. Our coach and toad are almost 50' long and we only had an extra 4' or so. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a pretty basic RV park but it is in a nice setting with easy access right of US-84. The sites are not huge but they were more than adequate for our coach and dingy. It is pretty much a first come first serve park and the office does close at 5 PM. The staff was very friendly and helpful. For us this was a one-night only stop on our way West and this was perfect for a good night's rest. The water pressure was fine and the electric was stable. They have Wi-Fi at the office only but cell phone service was OK and our air card worked OK. We would stay here again when we are in the area. This State Park offers steam and diesel train rides between here and Palestine, TX but we did not have time to take the trip.
This was a nice neat older park with wide gravel sites. The staff/owner was very friendly and helpful. The roads are all gravel and are kept in good shape. The Wi-Fi worked fine and cell phone service was no problem. We would stay there again if in the area. It is close to I-10 but there was no traffic noise at all. This is a very quiet park and nice for an overnight visit.
The park is nice and well kept. The roads are gravel and SOME sites have concrete pads. The site without concrete are on the grass and when stuffed in between the concrete sites, things can get a little tight. There are a few trees but not enough to provide a lot of shade or to interfere with your satellite. The office is neat and the staff is friendly. The park's Wi-Fi was fine and cell phone service was good. The pool area looked clean and neat. Not sure if all of the Louisiana parks charge the same taxes but at this park you will pay: 1) Occupancy tax 2) Vidalia City tax 3) Hospital tax 4) School board tax 5) LA State tax Just keep in mind that these taxes will add an additional 20%+ to your bill.
The park is near the interstate highway but we still found it to be quiet. It was warm and we were using our AC but even when we were outside the coach, any highway noise was slight. The park does have paved roads but the parking sites are unpaved shell/dirt/gravel. The sites were reasonably level and the 50 amp electric was adequate. Water and sewer connections were available at the site and there is also a dump station as you exit the park. Propane was available for sale and the park had a nice pool and dog walk area. We had a pleasant stay at this park and we would stay here again when in this area.
This was a pretty basic park with minimally paved roads and level sites. There are quite a few trees to maneuver around but it was not that big of a deal. The Wi-Fi worked as long as you were near the owners house. It was a pleasant park and quiet. The only complaint I had with the park was that the owner allowed his three medium sized dogs to run loose and obviously no one was cleaning up after them. I did talk with the owner and they graciously kept their dogs inside for the rest of our overnight stay. We would stay there again if we are in the area.
A basic park with large gravel parking areas. It was almost vacant when we stayed here and it was quiet enough and the Wi-Fi worked fine. We would stay here again if in the area. Nothing fancy but everything was clean and neat.
Nothing fancy but not a bad park. There were several older units there that had seen better days. The Wi-Fi worked OK. The sites are rather close and are gravel. They were fairly level. The park is pretty quiet at night and the staff was friendly. We would stay there again if in the area.
This is a small park that is right across the street from a Rodeo complex. The roads approaching this park are not in the best condition but they were passable. The park is basically all grass and the RV sites are wide and long. We were parked near the front of the park and traffic noise was not a problem. Don't know what it would be like if there was a rodeo going on. We would stay there again when in the area. The Wi-Fi and cable worked fine.
This was a nice little park with concrete pads to park your rig on. The Wi-Fi worked great and the staff was friendly and accommodating. The cable TV worked fine and the hook ups were conveniently located. The park provided a quiet place to spend a night or two as we traveled thru MS. We would stay there again.
This is a nice park that is close enough to I-40 to make it a good place to stop when passing thru Gallup. It is far enough away to eliminate traffic noise but there are railroad tracks across the street and an airport is right next door. Overall the noise from these things did not interfere with our sleep. We used this park as a place to stay as we ventured out to see the sights in the area. The park is kept neat. There is a separate, fenced in dog walk. The Wi-Fi and cable worked fine. We would stay there again on our next visit to Gallup.
This is a very basic park that is best used as an overnight place to park. The park does not have restrooms or showers but the Wi-Fi worked fine, as did the cable TV. The sites are gravel as is all of the interior roads. The gentleman that runs the park was very pleasant and he escorted us to our site. The park was very convenient to anything go on in the old Route 66 area of Tucumcari. We would stay there again.
This is a pretty basic park with gravel roads. The site we used was sufficient for our rig and was fairly level. The Wi-Fi worked fine. It is a small park and we had no trouble getting into position but it may have been more difficult if the park was crowded. The park is sort of out of the way which meant that we got a good quiet night's sleep. We would stay there again when we are in the area.
This was our second stay in this park. It is still one of our favorite parks along I-40. The park is well kept and the staff is friendly and helpful. This park is the closest to Meteor Crater. The roads are wide and it is an easy park to maneuver even the biggest rigs. I like that it has a separate, fenced in, dog area. There is some traffic noise from I-40 but it was not enough to bother us either stay. We will be out this way again and we will stop here along the way.
This is a pretty basic park with few frills. Landscaping is minimal as are the RV sites. The sites are very close and the roads are narrow so it can make it a chore to maneuver your rig into place. It is convenient to anything go on in the area and as mentioned by others, it is less expensive. It was neat and clean and fine for an overnight destination. I would stay there again.
This is a great little park. It is not the newest, but the facilities are all neat and clean. The interior roads are paved and there is a concrete pad next to your coach. The Wi-Fi worked great, as did the cable. It is in a quiet setting and the staff were very friendly. We would definitely stay at this park again if in the area.
What more can I say about this wonderful park. This is my second visit and I will drive miles out of my way to stay here again. This is one of the few parks where the term RESORT really applies. When you come into the park, the first thing you will notice is the cleanliness. All interior roads are paved blacktop. All RV pads are level concrete and there is an additional concrete pad for your patio. All sites have full electric, sewer, cable and free WI-FI. The landscaping is typical western desert meaning gravel with sagebrush tastefully planted. I can't really call these amenities but at this park you can: wash your own rig or have then do it for you, schedule their tech to do routine maintenance or necessary repairs at your site or at their on-site repair center, have your rigs carpets cleaned. There are laundry facilities at each restroom area and they are FREE. The park is serving breakfast and dinner every day at the clubhouse and you are invited to watch a movie at the clubhouse or relax in the pool and spa. There are no permanent residents altho it is not unusual for guests to stay a month or so. The staff will do everything possible to make your stay pleasant. This park is located far enough off of I-40 that road noise is not a problem. Surprisingly enough, for a western park, there are no nearby trains or airports, to disturb your slumber. This park is a few miles west of Amarillo proper but along I-40, that is still only a few minute drive, even during what passes for rush hour (Amarillo is not a Dallas or Houston). I don't normally give any place a ten but I just could not find anything that I would want to do to improve this park.
This is a typical RV park for the west. Not too much green space and minimal landscaping. We were there in January so we were not surprised at all and this was not a negative. The sites are alternate facing so each motor home in a row will face the opposite direction. This means that you will share electric and sewer on one side with your neighbor and you will also have your canopy and doors facing each other. The park was not crowded when we were there so this was not a problem with us but if it was during a time of year when I would want to sit outside, it does provide little privacy. If you are traveling with another coach, this could be an ideal situation to interact with each other. The staff is very friendly and they accept all of the usual discounts including PA, which we used. We have stayed here before and will again when we are in the Albuquerque area.
This was a great park for a one night stay, which worked out fine for the way that we usually travel. The site was a little tight but the water/sewer/electric/cable were all easy to access. We were just off of a main highway but since we were towards the back, it was very quiet. The interior roads are all gravel and there was plenty of room to maneuver our rig with a car in tow. The park was heavily wooded which was great for shade, but made satellite access a little difficult. The staff were friendly and we had an escort to our site. I would definitely stay there again when in the area.
This is kind of a tough RV park for me to rate objectively. We are mostly one nighters when it comes to RV Parks on our way to our destination. I feel this park may be better suited for someone that is planning to spend some time here and enjoy the river and woods. The park itself is well maintained, but the roads are hard packed dirt and the sites are a combination of dirt, grass, and gravel. It was not raining when we were here so I'm not sure how the grounds would be in one of Florida's famous thunderstorms. The LONG road into the park is hard packed dirt and rough. Again, this could be a problem when it is raining. The restrooms were clean and well appointed, as were the restroom/shower combination. We did not get a chance to visit the clubhouse, or use the pool/spa. One thing that was a big negative to me was the additional $2 daily charge for a dog. This would not have bothered me if the park would have furnished something, anything, for pets. There is no fenced dog run, courtesy waste bags, nothing. Basically this park has the same pet rules as other parks and I feel the $2 daily charge per dog is just another way of squeezing more money out of a customer. The park does have cable TV with 18 stations including the local networks. It also has a very good Wi-Fi available at each site. The staff that I met were very friendly and efficient. The site that we had was heavily wooded which was nice from a shade point of view but it would make satellite reception next to impossible. All things considered this would be a nice place to spend a few days down by the river. I feel it is just a little too out of the way for a one night stay and the additional daily charge per pet really rubbed me the wrong way. We will probably not stay here again. This would be a nice park for someone that could appreciate it's location and what it can offer.
This was a great park and we stayed for two days. It is close to the interstate but far enough away to block any traffic noise. The park seems to be split between an area with trees, and an area without trees. What a great concept that I wish more RV parks would follow. It was cool when we stayed there so the last thing we needed was shade. The lack of trees where we parked also meant that there was no interference for our satellite dish. The site was level and we were parked on gravel with grass between the parking spaces. It had two sewer hook ups which is also nice for our coach's sewer location. The WI-FI worked good, as did the cable. Our pull thru site could handle a rig that was 70' long and the interior roads are wide enough to maneuver a rig that big. The staff was very friendly and efficient. The map given at registration had all of the info for the secure WI-FI, wash room access, etc. All things considered, this park had everything that we needed for a short, or long term stay. We would drive out of our way to stay at any park that provides as much as this park. We plan on staying here again.
The staff was friendly and accommodating. The roads are a little steep, but were no problem to negotiate with a 36' coach. The gravel sites were a little eroded and not level. It took a lot of blocks to even get close to level on our site. The WI-FI worked good as did the cable TV. Some sites are too wooded for satellite service but some of the upper sites are clear. This is not the fanciest park, and the sites are small and a little close to each other. With the Passport America rate it is worth every penny. There are many things to do in the surrounding area and we would stay there again.
This is a basic, self-service, RV park that has large easy access sites with full hook-ups. There are no trees so satellite service is easy to receive. The sites are gravel and they offer plenty of width for slide-outs and awnings. The park is conveniently located just a few miles down the road from Appomattox National Historical Park. As mentioned by others, there are no amenities at all. No bathrooms, nothing. There is WI-FI, but with no one around, you cannot get the password for the secured network. This was not posted where you check in so for reference just consider this a no WI-FI park. This in itself is not bad, but for a very basic, self service, park I felt it was somewhat overpriced for this area. Can't comment on the friendliness of the staff since there was nobody around. There was a slot to drop the envelope in with your money. I would stay here again if all of the other parks in the area were full.
This was a nice park, with a friendly staff. There was an escort to our site. Some of the RV sites are heavily wooded and some of the old RV's there are permanent fixtures. Some are pretty rundown. We were given a space out in an open gravel lot that suited us fine. The sites were a little tight, but adequate. We had good electric service, plenty of water pressure, and good clear access for our satellite, since there were no trees at all in this part of the park. It might be a little hot in this area during the Summer months since there is no grass at all. We used the Passport America discount, which is supposed to be 50%. Posted on the board as you check in, the most expensive site, at regular rates, is $35, which means the PA rate should be $17.50. Apparently they do have a special "add-on" for PA users. Other than this discrepancy, I found the park nice, quiet, and well maintained. We would stay here again.
We spent three days in this park with the Passport America rate. The Jellystone parks are fine family parks and have all kinds of activities for the youngsters. Fortunately for us, they also have a separate section that provided everything we needed for a nice quite stay. The site was gravel and level. We had no problem with our satellite dish since there are few trees in this section. The staff is very friendly and the park is well maintained. Since it is very close to the Natural Bridge, it suited our needs perfectly. I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to anyone with, or without, children.
This was a nice friendly basic park for our overnight stay. The sites are gravel, as are the interior roads. We had a little trouble leveling the coach, but it was not too bad. The sites are a little close and there are quite a few trees to dodge. It had a Wi-Fi hot spot in the office. There are a few older units here that are for sale/rent that are not too attractive. For a place to spend quite evening, we would stay again.
We spent one night in this park and we will definitely be back as our schedule permits. The staff was very friendly and we were escorted to our site. I asked for and got a space with satellite access. It was right next to a large grassy hill which was a great place to let our dog run. The park is very neat and has more activities than most people could ever use. Although it was great and provided us with a very quite night's sleep: this park is perfect for those looking to stay for a week or more. We used the Passport America rate.
This was a basic park with few amenities. There are no baths or showers. The RV sites are wide and reasonably level. The sites consist of a narrow gravel drive with grass(?) on either side. There are no concrete pads or paved roads. Some sites are muddy. I never met or saw any staff members and the person contacted at the phone number posted on the office instructs you to fill out your own info, put your money in an envelope, and go find a place to park. This was around noon on a weekday. Not really a problem, but it did leave a lot of questions unanswered. There was not a package of info for potential guests that listed the rules, or gave a park layout showing dumpsters, etc. The WIFI worked fine, but I am not sure if we connected to the park's WIFI, or piggybacked on some other patron. No WIFI info given at check-in. The cable worked great and we had a wide choice of channels, but, unfortunately no directory to tell what channels were where. The electric, water, and sewer where conveniently located. Our biggest problem were ANTS. They were everywhere and mounds could be seen all around our RV site, and any others in the area. When we first hooked up, the ants made a path to our electrical line, water hose, and sewer line. After we noticed them inside the coach I went out and sprayed everything, including the wheels, to try to keep them out. No doubt we will have to completely fumigate the entire rig, and basements, to kill all of them. The owners had sprayed around the roads, and utilities, to kill the grass. It is unfortunate that they did not consider spraying the grassy areas for insects. For this reason alone, I will NEVER consider staying at this park again. Overall the park is pretty nice, for a basic place to stay, but if you are at the start of your trip it is a major problem to develop an ant infestation problem to take with you down the road.
Nice clean park and very nice owners. My main objection is that even though the park was not near full, I was given a site in an area of the park (B section) that did not have a level site. The adjacent C part of the park did not look much better. The site driveway was paved, but narrow. I had a large tree in our site and to use the slide out I would have to have wheels on the grass. That's no problem, but the level was. I used every block that I had and the front wheels were almost one foot off of the ground. Still not close to level. I turned my entire coach and toad unit around and by facing the other direction, and pulling all of the way to the end, I was able to get things level ONLY by using all of my blocks under the rear levelers. Perhaps I could have done better by disconnecting my toad, but for an overnight stay, I didn't feel that I should have to. I have a fairly new coach so I can't figure why I was assigned this obviously poor portion of the park. Maybe this is where they put overnighters. In any case, I would consider staying here again, but NEVER if assigned the B or C sections again. The WiFi and the Cable worked fine and the park is kept very clean. It is near the interstate but because of the hedge and hotel between us and the highway, the noise was not a problem.
This was a nice park with very large RV sites. We had a back-in right by the creek. The roads are very wide and easy to maneuver any size rig. The WI-FI was adequate but did not cover all of the sites. The park has some very large grassy fields for dog walking and other activities. Overall this is a nice park in a beautiful area of Georgia. We will stay here again when in the area.
This is a nice park with a friendly and helpful staff. The interior roads are gravel as well as the site parking areas. The sites are a little close but adequate enough for us to use our canopy. Our site was level but it appears that some sites do have a little slope. This is the nearest park to Fall Creek State Park. The WI-FI worked great, which is something you cannot get at the SP. There is a fishing pond and a large dog walk area. Most sites are not heavily wooded so it is no problem getting Satellite TV service. All of the facilities at this park are neat and clean. Every site is a pull thru and this is an easy park to maneuver a large unit. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
This is a state park so, like most, it only provides the basics. We had water and electric, but had to use the dump station for our sewerage. The roads were paved and the parking places were level concrete slabs. This is a very wooded park and getting a clear space for your Satellite antenna is quite a challenge. We were parked by the lake and we could not get a clear aim at the satellite. There are two different camping areas, A & B. There are only two pull through sites and they are in campground B. We did have to unhook our toad and back into our site, which was not that big of a problem. The sites are pretty small and close to each other which could be a problem if the park is booked solid. There were only six other rigs there during our stay and it was very quiet. The road getting back to the campground is a little narrow but it is paved and we only brushed against a few branches on our way in. We would stay there again, during the week. On the weekends I have a feeling that it is pretty busy with the locals coming to enjoy the park and the lake.
As noted this is a small park with limited amenities. That said, this was a great park to spend a few days and relax. The owners were very friendly and helpful and we were guided to our site. The sites are a little close but we had sufficient room to maneuver our rig with our toad. The PA rate was for full hook-up and a WiFi that worked fine. This park had more of what we are looking for in an overnight park than most. I would not hesitate to stay in this park again.
This was a nice park and was certainly the best park in the Tupelo area, as far as amenities go. We had excellent WI-FI and cable service, which is not available at the two state park campgrounds in the area. The park is built on a rolling terrain so it is difficult to find any perfectly level sites. Our site required extra blocking in the front to level our rig. I didn't really consider this a problem and am only mentioning it to advise others so that they are not surprised. We were escorted to our site and found it a fine site with plenty of room for our rig and our toad. The roads are all paved and the parking sites are gravel. We did have a short walk to find a rare grassy spot for our dog. Again, this was not a problem from our site, but some sites would require a longer hike since there is not any grass at most sites. The staff was very friendly and we would stay at this park again when in the Tupelo, MS area. I would recommend reservations during busy times because this park fill up fast.
This was a very nice, but very basic RV park. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. The RV sites are all well kept grass and were level. The park is only a few miles off of the interstate and access is very easy. With the Passport America rate it was an ideal place to spend the night. We were treated like we were a part of the owner's family. I would definitely stay there again whenever we are in the area.
This is an excellent park with a friendly staff. We were escorted to our site and guided into position. We used passport America and this was a great bargain. The park is very spacious with a nice clubhouse among other amenities. There is a concrete pad and picnic bench at each site. The WIFI worked good and the cable was excellent. They have a fenced dog run. There are shaded sites available and we had plenty of room to maneuver our Class A with a toad. It is near the interstate which provides easy access but the traffic noise was not a problem at all. We will stop here again when in the area. It rates as one of the nicest parks that we have stayed in.
This is a nice quiet and clean RV park. Plenty of room to maneuver even the largest rig. There is not a lot of shade available at this park so expect it to be hot in the Summer months. It does have excellent cable service and WIFI. The staff were very friendly and the park is well laid out. When the sign says deer crossing, believe it. One crossed our path and ran into the woods shortly after we arrived. The restrooms and showers are private and clean. With the Passport America rate of $15 this park is a bargain. The site had a gravel pad that was fairly level. There is no road noise from any of the surrounding highways. It does have a pay laundry that is also kept clean. We will stay here again when in the area.
This was a very nice neat and clean park. The site are a little tight but usable. There are only five pull-through sites and they are fairly short. You are charged extra for a pull through and extra for 50 amp service. Since all pull through sites have 50 amp service, you will have to pay for it if you need it or not. The free WiFi worked great, the free cable TV provided close to 100 channels. It is far enough away from the busy roads to be reasonably quiet at night. We used the Passport America 50% discount rate for our stay. The park has a dog walk area along the creek but you have to walk through an occupied site to use it, which I do not like to do. Many sites have plenty of shade and with the provided cable service it is not a concern if your satellite antenna is blocked. There are numerous trash barrels throughout the park. This is a fine park with a friendly staff. It is right near everything that you may want to see in and around the Smokey Mountain National Park. We would stay here again if in the area.
We stayed here using Passport America rates. What a nice experience. Friendly owners, full hook-up, and fast Wi-Fi, all for the best price around. Very convenient to Mammoth Cave National Park and other surrounding attractions. Interior roads are gravel and are well drained. The park is not the fanciest but makes up for it in nice amenities, friendly staff, great location, and price. We would definitely stay here again when in the area.
This is a basic park with a friendly staff. The park is basically a large grassy field next to a river. The electric hookups are for 30 and 20 amp service only. The sites are very long and can accommodate any size rig. The paved road from Route 18 is a little rough, but adequate. The park does not have paved roads but we had no problem even tho it was raining. The electric box for two sites only had one 30 amp and two 20 amp plugs so if you are parked next to another camper you may not have 30 amp available. The WIFI worked great with no problems. Our rooftop satellite dish worked fine since there are no trees on the RV sites. As mentioned, this is a basic RV park but at $7.50/night (Passport America) it is a bargain. The only place we have ever found for less is Walmart and they do not offer water, electric, WIFI, and a place to dump your tanks. We would definitely stop here again if in the area.
This is a convenient park to the I-79 but it can be a little confusing with the back roads. They need more signs, especially at the "Y" so that you do not go the wrong direction, as our GPS directed us. If you go left, instead of right, at the "Y", and you have a motor home with a tow vehicle, it is several miles before you find a place to turn around. The park itself has a friendly staff, but it is not the fanciest park we have ever stayed at. For us it was ideal for an overnight stay. The WIFI worked great. The interior roads were a little tight as was the pull thru site. The site was fairly level and we were able to park on a gravel pad. We would stay here again if in the area.
After entering thru a very rough, packed dirt road, we were pleasantly surprised with this RV park. The staff was very friendly and the park was neat and clean. A specific site is a little difficult to find as the site numbers are missing on most locations. Once there, you will find that most sites are nice grass with water, sewer, and electric. They sites do not have concrete pads, but picnic tables and lots of trees make up for it. The site that we parked on was very level and our roof top satellite dish was able to work fine. The park has lots of activities available and it is a great park to bring the entire family. There are large grassy fields available as well as horseshoes, basketball, swimming, and shuffleboard. We will definitely stay here again if in the area.
This is a nice clean park with a friendly staff. There are a lot of trees which provide shade but they do make it a little tough for roof-top satellite reception. The WI-FI is available to only the sites near the office. They are pet friendly and even supply pick-up bags and dump boxes. The park is far enough away from Interstate 81 to be quiet but coming in off of exit 44 the road is a little rough. All of the facilities seem to be well kept. The sites are fairly level and the interior roads are gravel. The pull thru site that we stayed in had 30/50 amp service and water but did not have sewer. When in the area we would stay here again.
This was a very clean park with a friendly staff. It is near the Shenandoah National Park and convenient to both Waynesboro. The park is very quiet with no traffic noise. The paved roads and concrete pads make pulling in here an easy task. We were pleased with all aspects of the park and we would not hesitate to stay there again. They are a Good Sam's park so a 10% discount is available.
We stopped at this park with a 30' class A with a vehicle in tow. The roads are a little tight but manageable. Might be tough with 40' unit with a vehicle in tow. There are a lot of trees and we reversed our direction in the pull thru site to get satellite TV with our dome. We faced the lake and things were fine. The geese were there as mentioned, and they do leave droppings all over. Not too much of a problem for us since we were only staying overnight. We had spent the previous night in the Kiptopke State park for $42 and we thought that, compared to the State Park, this was a better deal. The water pressure was sufficient and there were several sewer hook-up locations on the site which made that portion very easy. The electrical service was fine at 50 amp. We did not venture around the lake into the other area of the park so I can't comment about the condition of units there. In the passed several months of travel, in the East and West, we have noticed that ALL private parks seem to be allowing more and more "permanent" residents. The economy has forced many people to seek more affordable housing, and the large reduction in tourist traffic has forced the park owners to seek revenue wherever they can get it. I expect more "permanent" residents when I travel and I guess I am just happy that most of the RV parks have remained open in these tough times. As long as they are neat, it doesn't bother me since we very seldom stay more than one night. I would stay in this park again if in the area, especially since your choices are limited in this part of Maryland.
We stayed in this park one night as a stopover along the way north. The park was neat but, in my opinion, overpriced for what it is. We were charged an additional $5.00 for our dog but because of burrs in the grass all around our RV site, I had to carry our 90# dog to another area to do her business. The grass was mowed and I would have never realized the problem until I stepped out in my bare feet. Big mistake. The rest of the park's amenities may be worth the expense, but as a place to park a coach for the night, I would go elsewhere.
This was our second time there and if we are ever in the area again, we will stop again. The staff are friendly and very helpful. The roads are not paved and the sites are grass but they are very large and neat. We used the PA discount and this place is better than many that have charged us $50 and more and given us a lot less.
A nice pleasant park with a very friendly staff. The park is clean and fine for single night or longer stays. It is near everything in the Ocala area. The WIFI is really free and worked fine. We are getting tired of finding so may places that advertise WIFI only to find out we have to pay extra for it. They have an RV supply store with a lot of the basic necessities. They are pet friendly and have a fenced large dog run if you want to let your dog get some exercise. With the Passport America discount our rate was excellent. It is near the interstate but the noise was not excessive. We would stay there again.
Nice park with friendly staff. The site was unpaved without any concrete slab. The spaces are a little close and only the main roads are paved. There is some traffic noise from I-75 which runs right next to the park. We would stay there again.
This is a great little park with outstanding facilities. The staff was very friendly, and everything is kept neat and clean. Rather than risk an unknown, I would stop early, or drive late to stay here. The WIFI and cable service were fine. This park is right next to US 19 but the road noise was not excessive. A very friendly and clean place to stay.
This was a typical State park with some facilities. The staff was very friendly and the RV site was large with easy access. I asked for, and was graciously given a site with minimal trees so that my satellite TV could receive a signal. The park was quiet and is located right on a large beautiful lake. This is one of those parks that would require more than a one night's stay to appreciate. I would stay there again without hesitation.
Kind of hard to describe this facility. It is a parking lot behind the arena where, for $10/night, you can hook up to water and electric. We were the ONLY people that stayed that night so it was obviously quiet. There are no formal RV sites and we were told to just find an electric box that matched our connection and that was it. If there is no one around, which is very likely, there is an honor box at the front of the arena. The parking lot/RV site was shell paved, and not very level, but for $10, it worked fine. To us this was a step up from WalMart because of the water and electric. I wouldn't really call it an RV park, but it is a place to park after a long day behind the wheel. I would not hesitate to stay there again.
This was a great park and I only wish we would have had time to explore all of the facilities and things they had to offer. We stayed one night and found a pleasant quiet evening on the river. We were looking for a place to spend the night but this park is more geared to fishermen and families that plan to stay for a little longer. Our stay was fine and we would stay there again. We happened to stay during the off season and were rewarded with a generous discount.
This was a decent park for a one night stay, but it was not fancy at all. The staff was friendly but the park itself appeared to be not much more than a gravel parking lot. The WI-FI worked and the cable TV was OK. The park had several long time permanent residents. I doubt if I would stay there again.
Great park, spotlessly clean, friendly staff. This park was truly an oasis in the middle of the desert. The place was laid out well and the landscaping was nice. All RV parking was done on level concrete pads with facilities within easy walking distance. The showers were private and heated. I can recommend this to anyone, in any type of a camper, to spend a night, or a week.
This is a nice park right next to Camping World and just off of the interstate. It took a little maneuvering to have satellite service, but the park itself was basically fine. We spent one night and did not use any of the facilities. The staff was friendly and LP gas is sold right by the entrance.
This was a great park with friendly staff. The park was very neat and the RV sites were large. The facilities were complete and clean. The WI-FI and Cable worked as advertised. This park is right at the road leading to the Meteor Crater. It is a gated park, not too far off of the interstate, but far enough away to be quiet. The laundry facilities and clubhouse are first rate. Wonderful place to relax and spend a few days while enjoying the Crater.
This is a basic RV park which is fine for an overnight stay. It is sort of in the middle of no where, but if you want a place to rest for the night, it will work just fine. The park was neat and the staff was friendly. They did have WI-FI available. It was close to I-10 but the road noise was not excessive. It is basically a parking lot with little landscaping, no trees, and little in the way of frills. it does have a restaurant on premises that offers discounts for guests. I would stay there again.
Not much to say about this park. It is the ONLY RV park available within the Grand Canyon, so some compromises must be made. There was quite a bit of snow on the ground when we arrived so this made maneuvering into our site a little difficult. The tires on our motorhome would spin on the ice and it was difficult to tell exactly where the site boundaries were located. Once into our assigned location, the trees prevented our satellite from locking on. We requested a change to another location next door and that was no problem. The staff was very friendly and the park is located close to the shopping center where you can get most groceries. A short walk to the office will allow you to board a tour bus to see the Canyon. As we were there, it was pretty common to have deer walk right next to your coach as they grazed. Something that you really don't have happen too often at other locations. The sites are adequate, but still a little small. Tree location could prevent canopy extension, etc, depending on site. I have no reference to compare this park with the RV parks just outside of Grand Canyon National Park but I felt it was perfect for our needs and would stay there again.
We arrived for a one night stay on our way to the Grand Canyon. This park was digging out from 4 feet of snow that they had in the prior weeks. We were fortunate(?) to have a period of somewhat warm temps, which caused the dirt gravel roads and RV sites to be very muddy and messy. The clay in the soil was extremely difficult to get off of your feet and this made a mess inside our RV. I would guess that this same situation could exist in the Summer after a rain. There was not a designated dog walk location however as most, we carry a bad for clean-up. The cable TV service was marginal at best. The park has an arrangement with the adjoining gas station to give a 10 cent discount on gas purchases. You have to check into the park first to receive this discount. This is a good thing, IF you need fuel, because the stations in Williams all were charging about 50-75 cents more per gallon that any of the other surrounding cities. I would consider stay at this park again, if the weather was good. I would avoid it if rain or snow melt is expected.
This was a nice neat park with a friendly staff. The roads were paved and the parking sites had concrete slabs beside your grass parking area. We just spent the night in route to the Grand canyon so we did not have a chance to see all that the park had to offer. The WI-FI was fine as was the cable TV service. I would stay there again, but like many RV parks in Arizona, I felt the nightly fee was excessive compared to RV parks we had used, that were better appointed, in other states.
This was a nice little park with a very helpful and friendly staff. The RV park is kept spotless with each site being policed as soon as a guest leaves. The roads are black top with gravel parking. The gravel is constantly being raked by full time staff to keep things looking nice. The pool was very nice altho we did not use it during our stay. I cannot comment about the safety of the surrounding area but we had no problems during our stay. There is a place to walk your dog which is outside the park but we convinced our dog to do her business on the gravel behind the coach. Naturally we thoroughly cleaned up after her. I felt the rates were in line with the surrounding RV parks but were excessive compared to other, much nicer, parks we have stayed at in other states. I would stay there again.
This is a nice little park with a very friendly staff. It was clean and neat but the sites themselves do not have a defined separation or landscaping. The sites are fairly small, but adequate for an overnight stay. If you wanted to stay longer, you may want a few more amenities. The W-IFI worked well and the park was located near enough to the interstate to be convenient, but far enough away not to have any road noise. The cable service was fine. I would stay there again when in the area.
This was a nice park with a friendly staff. It is located right next, or part of, a large flea market and is very well maintained. WIFI is available, but only through a third party service at a rate of $4.95/day. The paved and level sites are very tight and there is room for slide outs but no room to extend a canopy. There is room for parking a vehicle behind your coach. There were plenty of trash cans available and the park itself was modern and spotless. I would have rated this park better IF the RV sites were larger. I do not exaggerate when I say that when we came out of the door to our coach, it was only about 4 feet away from the extended slide out of our neighbor's coach. There does appear to be two separate RV areas at this location. We were parked in the front section and the rear section may be different. I got the impression that the rear section was more for long term campers. If you are so inclined, the flea market is within walking distance and the surrounding area appears to be a nice clean area of Houston. Besides the small sites, the bad part about this park is that it is in Houston and you have to drive through Houston's notorious highways to get there. It is not the easiest thing to do with a motorhome. If I had to be in the area, I would stay here again as it is perfectly adequate for an overnight stay.
This park had a friendly and helpful staff. It even had WIFI, IF, the full time residents that you "piggy-backed on" had their modems on. The office was kind enough to give me three passwords to chose- the one with the strongest signal. The park is very crowded with a lot of full time residents. We saw many school children being dropped off by the school bus. This may be a sign of the times where more and more parks are renting their spaces to "full time" residents who may have lost their home and are forced to live in a travel trailer. When we arrived, there were only 5 spaces open for overnight stay. The spaces were fairly close dirt sites but the roads were paved. There were so many trees that our roof top satellite would not work. The cable service was marginal. .
This park was not what we were expecting after reading about it in Woodalls. The staff were all friendly and helpful but the park itself was a disappointment. After driving down a 1 1/2 mile unpaved washboard road, we arrived at a campground with no paved roads, no concrete pads, or landscaping. I can't imagine what the parking sites are like when it rains. The restrooms were clean, but old, unheated, and covered with a screen door. If the outside temps are low, the showers will be cold. Water pressure is minimal. They do have Wi-Fi, as advertised, but it is available only if you take your laptop to the office or clubhouse. The cable TV consisted of 6 channels and the picture was adequate. If you have a roof top satellite, you may have to search around for a site where you can get a good signal without interference from the trees. The park is a "natural" landscaped park with nothing but dirt roads and mowed grass/weeds to park your unit on. We camped there in a motorhome. I would stay here again only if there were no other vacancies in the area.