We used to really enjoy this park and as a Sunrise Resorts member looked forward to returning to it but that is not the case any longer. First of all the full time residents are given preference and occupy all of the larger sites. They then proceed to trash them with their junk strewn all over and they do not keep their units clean. They are covered with tree debris, mold and mildew. Were given a narrow back in site. Due to trees and a narrow road we had a very difficult time getting our 33' fifth wheel into the site. We actually had to unhook, maneuver the truck and reconnect in order to get fairly straight on the site. Since the park has sewer available on only some of their sites and the full timers are all on sewer sites, that leaves only a small number of sewer sites for the rest of the campers. We wanted to extend our stay but are denied because of lack of a sewer site. Another problem is the electrical service. They advertise that they are a 30 amp park but it is rarely 30 amp into the unit. They need to update their service but are not putting any money into utility upkeep. There is also a problem with their sewer service. They are having to pump out on a weekly basis. Evidently there is a problem with their leach field. The rate is based on our Sunrise resort membership. We will not return to this park.
This is a basic park, nothing fancy by any means. The reason for coming here is the ability to camp so close to the ocean which is not available at most parks. Some posters have complained about dogs being off leash and that is true, not all dogs are on leash, all the time. But we only had one dog that came onto our site to check us out and that dog was not aggressive, just curious. All the dogs got along really well on the beach. And yes there was a little bit of trash on our site but it wasn't a problem. The only problem we had was the fireworks being used. Since this a Quileute Tribe reservation fireworks are allowed until August sometime, can't remember the exact date. But the sound of the ocean waves, the fog drifting in and out, the sea stacks so close to shore and the dogs having fun on the beach and in the water chasing sticks make up for all of this. All that being said, if you are a fussy, motor home owner this park may not be for you since it definitely does not fit the name 'resort' but few RV parks do!
Our rate reflects an RPI discount. The only reason this park gets a 2 rating is because of the friendliness of the office staff and a level site. Nothing else positive to say! The negatives are the rundown condition of the sites, the lack of an Internet signal, and so little to do in the area. So boring. Wish we had not made a reservation here. I do not understand why people have decided to have permanent sites in this park. We certainly would not invest another penny here.
Beautiful park right on the river. Lots of trees but we were able to get a signal for our dish! Sites are more than ample especially if on the river side of the park. Large open area behind our rig. Only two negatives. First is that there are trains and lots of them and second is that you have to 5 miles up river to a Shell station to dump for $6.00. But we have enjoyed this park so much we will stay there again.
Staff at the check in gate are very friendly and got us checked in quickly. Told to drive around and pick out a site then fill out a form and drop it off at the gate. The laundry facility is clean and all the machines worked. $2 a load for both was and dry and you can use your credit card and not have to worry about quarters which we liked. Those are the only positives. Our site was weed filled, asked if someone could come and mow or trim and that was never done during our four day stay. Also site was gravel and lots of small bits of trash in it like cigarette butts and pieces of plastic. The 5 mile per hour speed limit in park was annoyingly slow but since it is so congested I can understand the reason for it. But the threats in the rules of being fines and ejected from the park for non compliance was over the top. We won't stay here again.
This is a terrific park. All personnel are very friendly especially the gal at the front desk. The landscaping is gorgeous and very well maintained as are all of the sites. Level site, hook ups worked perfectly and the Wi-Fi was fast and free. This was our second visit in 3 years and we will definitely come back again. This should be the operating model of how RV parks should be run. The attention to detail is awesome!
Due to upcoming events (several days away) we were directed to a lot behind the building for "Satellite Wagering". From the street to the lot where we were to park there were two locked gates. We had been given the combination to the locks. The lot had space for about a dozen rigs. All back in sites. Good hook-ups but it was all downhill from there! The surface of the lot was ground up asphalt mixed with cigarettes and dog droppings! It was disgusting and we will not stay there again.
This park is not well cared for, very run down. When we were set up we realized that there were a lot of animal droppings on our site and that the weeds were quite tall. Asked at office if that could be taken care of. Was told that it would be and a maintenance person came to site and made a lame attempt to clean up the droppings but did not get them all. He then said that someone would be there the next day to trim the weeds. We were there for 4 days and the weeds were never trimmed. The wi-fi was terrible. The signal was very weak, even in the building where the equipment was located and we would lose the signal every few minutes. Very frustrating. The only reason we stayed here was the low rate from our RPI membership. Would not stay here again.
Rate reflects Passport America rate. Though this is called Fairgrounds RV Park, and it is located right next to the fairgrounds but it is not affiliated with the fairgrounds. Very nice people in the office. Asked us to pick out a site and come back to office and register. Very quiet park, very tidy with great view of the mountains. Our site was spot on for level. Extra charge of $5 per day for 50 amp. There are some extended stay folks in the park but all sites were so tidy you really can't tell who is long term and who is short. We would stay here again.
Just a so so park but had good access from highway. Activities for children, swimming/fishing pond, and playground. Rate reflects Passport America rate. We stayed just one night. If in the area we would stay again.
Rate reflects RPI rate. Nice park, lots of long term residents but sites are kept neat and tidy. No junk laying around. We do not understand why there are no sewer hook ups. Not even for the long term spots. Everyone was having to use their 'blue boys'. We were there for only two nights and probably will not return.
Lovely state park and lots of activates. Would give it a 10 if we had water and sewer on site. Had to fill fresh water tank before going to site and then dumped upon leaving. Would love to stay here again for a week, only one night this time. Rate reflects Passport America discount.
First off, we felt fortunate to obtain a spot anywhere on the last night of Labor Day weekend that was close to the highway we were traveling on. But that is where the luck ended! We were next to a site with about a dozen people on it. There was a large motor home and 2 tents on the site, and they had a campfire until after midnight right next to our bedroom slide and they were loud and obnoxious. Evidently no quiet hours at this park. We would not stay here ever again.
Would have given this park a 10 if we had had a sewer hook-up. There is a dump station and since we were only here for 3 nights we were fine. This is a lovely park and close to both Battle Creek and Kalamazoo and points in between. We would stay here again.
This is a busy park with lots of things going on. Not only sightseers to the Gettysburg National Battlefield but also lots of horseback activities. Very close to the visitor center. If it had not been so hot it would have been walkable. Word of warning to men using the showers by the laundry room. It is not private. Window in door was clear glass with a direct view of everything! Friendly helpful staff. We would stay here again.
Great park and would have given a 10 except that Wi-Fi at the site was not available. Very neat and tidy, even the long term camper sites. Our site was level and very generous in size. We backed up to a lovely wooded creek. This is a wonderful park for families because there are lots of activities for kids in addition to the usual pool and playground. Would definitely stay here again. Our rate reflects an RPI membership. They are also a Thousand Trails park.
A lovely park on the banks of the Chickahominy River. Unfortunately due to the amount of tall vegetation it is hard to see the water from the water front sites. We did not pay the extra $12 PER night for sewer hook-up so we did not have a water view. I think the rates are rather high since cable and WiFi is not included. Even though we had a huge tree on our site we were able to get satellite service and over the air reception. Lots of fisherman putting in at the ramp since there is a big tournament starting on Thursday but they were not intrusive. Will agree with a previous poster that the roads need attention; lots of potholes. Also the dump area needs attention. Very muddy place. Doesn't seem very sanitary. It needs to be surrounded by cement. We would probably stay here again.
I wish I could give this a higher rating because the staff is first rate. While we were on the road the office called us to confirm our reservation and to inquire the approximate time we would arrive and if we had any questions. Also the office was very neat and tidy. The park was quiet and our site was level and the electric was good. But the site were arranged oddly and the lake is simply a big depression in the ground. That being said, this park has potential if the owner has the money and the inclination. We would stay here again, if in the area.
Rate reflects Passport rate. Just an average park, definitely not fancy. We just needed a quiet place to spend en route to the Outer Banks. Owners wife was in the hospital, so the office wasn't open when we arrived. The instructions were to choose a spot and we would settle up later. He came by the rig and was very pleasant. Spots are level and good electric. Would stay here again.
Rate reflects a Passport America rate for a 50 amp site. This park is adjacent to the Flea Market which operates on week-ends and is affliated with the flea market. Lots of long term residents but the management has strict rules about junk being stored outside of their rigs, so the park is neat and tidy. Another rule was the speed in the park, but lots of folks didn't pay any attention to it because cars drove by our rig at high rates of speed. The plusses to this park is that it wasn't far from the historic district of St. Augustine and there were restaurants and Walmart under 10 miles away. We would stay here again but probably not on a weekend.
Rather strange park because of the lack of campground personnel to check you in. We did see a maintainence worker grading the road one day but that was it. Though we did not need them, be forewarned: this park does not have bathrooms or showers. The park was neat and tidy and our site was level. Also very quiet and had good Wi-Fi. Verizon cell phone signal was weak. Also very close to the historic district of Savannah where we planned to do some sightseeing, so we were happy with this park and would stay here again.
I would give a higher rating for this park except for the crazy way campground fees are determined. We used Passport America and per the campground statement: "Rates are for basic camping only. Additional charges will apply for additional hookups. There is a $4.00 utility charge added to each site. Upgrading to sewer is $1.50 extra and 50 amp is $3.00. SC Sale and Accommodation Tax is 11.5%." We asked for a site with full hook ups with 50 amp electric. For a customer paying full price it would be $35.00. You would expect a fee of $17.50 with the Passport discount, but the way this campground does business it is $24.75 per day plus tax! But we wanted to be near Charleston and we needed to be somewhere over the Memorial Day Holiday so we accepted the rate. Not happy about it though.
Great park! Neat and tidy, nice water view with a fire ring etc. If we had known it was going to be this nice we would have stayed longer, but had already made reservations up the road. Sites are a nice size and level!
Rate reflects Passport America Rate. When we first checked in we paid for 3 nights at $27 per night. The clerk told us a special summer rate was in effect. Since the park was more than half empty she gave us a site that was more in the middle of the park but the patio was a broken up concrete mess and there weeds every where. We decided to stay an additional 2 nights and when we went to pay there was a different clerk in the office who said she was the manager. She immediately was abusive to me because we had been given (and had paid for) an incorrect rate and put into the wrong area of the park. She then tried to charge me the difference in the two rates. I told her no but I would pay the rate that she claimed was the correct rate which was $39.50. I then said that if we didn't have plans for the day that we would leave. She said that would be fine with her! Really nasty! Another drawback was the laundry room. It was very hot out but the laundry was not air conditioned so I did not use it. The only saving grace to this park was the lovely couple across the road from us. We shared a drink with them each night we were there. We will never stay at this park again. I have never been treated this rudely.
Rate is the Passport America rate. Nice park and staff are great. Love the exotic ducks that roam around the park--very tame and never noisy. Our first site had a terrible drainage problem and we were able to change to another site without any problem at all. Now for the negative: It is the condition of the long term residents' sites. All sorts of junk around, ramshackle decks and tarps hanging over the patio areas. I think the park owners should make them tidy up their spaces or get out! Not sure if we would stay here again.
I would rank this park higher if the sites had sewer hook ups. Other wise it is darn near perfect. Beautiful, large sites and lovely lake views. Only downside is the lack of a dock at the boat ramps. They definitely need one. We will definitely return again.
This is probably the most boring lake we have ever been to. Nothing to recommend about it. The RV sites are nice. Back-in and paved and fairly level. Nice covered table and grill area. Only problem the weather was awful. Very windy, cold and rainy so we could not enjoy them. The lavatories and showers were not well cared for. NONE of the stalls could lock! Simply because the installer of locks could not measure accurately and the parts did not line up. We will NOT camp here again.
Lovely park and very peaceful, even when full over the Easter week-end. Beautiful lake and the views are spectacular. Only downside is the lack of a sewer hookup at our site. Also, they do not have a dock at the boat ramp which is a real necessity for boaters. We really enjoyed our stay here and will return.
We really enjoyed our stay here. Lovely view of the lake from our site, though the sites are narrow. We had room for our slides and our awning but nothing else. The 'back yard' was great. Lots of large wading birds right in our back yard, and they were not afraid of people. Great blue herons walk, not fly, right by you! Nice people, neighbors and staff. We will definitely stay here again.
Very nice COE campground. Lots of trees and lake views. Level sites, very quiet and peaceful. Not sure how peaceful it will be in the summer though! I do not understand the complainer about the price raise. All costs are going up including water and electric. In order to keep the campgrounds open prices have to go up. Our only complaint is the gate closure at 10:00PM. No access back in except to either park another car outside the gate or walk the mile plus, in the dark, back to the campsite! Those were non-starters! So we had to leave the party early in order to be back before it closed. Why can't they have a gate code for campers to come back after hours. Other COE parks do that. They just change the code weekly!
This is an exceptional park. After being in so many with junky permanent trailers and dirty facilities this was a breath of fresh air. The park was very clean. The bathrooms,showers and the laundry facility were spotless. Both were also decorated nicely. Sites are large with a concrete patio area and a nice patio set. Unfortunately it was too cool to use them. We would definitely camp here again.
I agree with some of the things the previous poster mentioned. It does have some waterfront spots and the sites are paved but it also has a rather lazy maintenance staff. The fire ring on our site was full of trash when we arrived. I had to ask at the office 3 times before it was cleaned out! Also the laundry room/building was nasty! The side of the building was covered with dead bugs, there were cobwebs all over the laundry room and the floor hadn't been swept in days. Since there was a broom available I swept it. I complained to the office but they didn't act like it was any big deal. This park has short term folks and long term folks along with apartment dwellers. When checking in you made aware of their dog policies. They prefer not to see and especially hear them. But they do not enforce their own rules. During the week end dogs barked day and night. The worst offenders are the long term lessees. One next to us had two dogs that barked constantly. We will never stay here again. Our rate reflected discounts for a weekly rate and for paying in cash.
This is a great park. The sites are really wide; no problem putting out slides or awnings and they are grassy, not gravel which is much cooler. Great shade trees which along with the grass make for a very pretty park. Owners very friendly and helpful. Also, the park is nice and quiet. Another camper made a comment about migrant farm workers. We were here at the same time as that motorhome. Just to clear things up they are a large painting company that travel the midwest every year painting barns, fencing and houses. They are well known and eagerly awaited every year. Their sites were very neat, tidy, and they did not create any disturbance. They were in nice 5th wheels. I do not know why the previous poster had a problem with them. We would definitely stay here again.
Called to make a reservation but only was able to leave a message. Did not receive a return call. When we arrived, went to the office and no one was there. A note on the counter said to go across the street to register. Drove across the street and the owner was there watching television. I told him that I had called and left a message about a site and he told me that the park was closed. I was very surprised and asked if they were closed why were there units in the park and he said that they had rented before the decision to close was made and he wasn't renting any more spaces. I then said that it would have been helpful if the phone message had mentioned that and he said that he hadn't thought of that. Not friendly at all. So Don't waste your time stopping at this park
Level sites, which are a novelty! Pleasant park and a very pleasant owner/manager. Easy on & off the freeway, and far enough away from freeway, there wasn't any noise. Since it is the end of the summer season and very hot, (over 90 degrees), the park is almost empty, but we still had a personal greeting from the owner. We would stay here again. Our rate reflects a Good Sam discount.
This was our second stay at this park and again we were pleased with the stay. Yes it is a gravel parking lot but the services are good. The internet is FANTASTIC!! It has lightning fast speed, without a doubt the fastest I have ever used anywhere! Wish all parks were half as good. We would definitely stay here again.
Same as the previous reviewer. Nice site, beautiful views but we signed up for this RV park because they said they had Wi-Fi. But they don't have it at the sites, and we were right across from the office! Also, dumping was not convenient, could not flush the tanks and we had to pack out our own trash. The owner told me it was because of bears, but the real reason is that they do not want to pay a trash company to empty bear proof bins. Would not stay here again.
Gravel parking lot with very narrow sites. We could not put out our awning because of neighbor's slide--that's how close. Unreliable electricity. We were supposed to have 30 amp, but the voltage was very low. Also lost power due to problems with the post. The worst part was the laundry. Went in to do our wash, and every washing machine was being used by the maid that cleans the cabins. When I commented that I was a paying guest and had paid to have a laundry available she said that I could go over to the gas station and use that laundry. I again told her that I was a paying guest at the RV Park. When I complained at the office they said the same thing, in a very rude manner. I could understand if other guests were using the machine before me, I would just wait. I would never stay here again.
The owner was friendly and from the street it looked like a nice campground, but the actual campground was another story. About half the spots were filled with junky, long term units. Some were old mobile homes and every spot had tall grass and lots of overgrown weeds. The Wi-Fi was so so. The unit that pulled in after us used the laundromat but not the dryers. Their laundry is hanging on posts, trees and the picnic table. We won't stay here again.
This is a dump! (Actually we did not camp in this facility after we looked it over.) No power was available because their generator doesn't work, and there isn't any dump because the tank collapsed! So no power and no dump. Instead we parked in the empty lot next to the lodge for one night, then moved into the Provincial Park. The Lodge had Wi-Fi but it was weak and sometimes you couldn't log on. The restaurant is terrible and overpriced: $15.00 for a hamburger! The RV store has the highest prices around for gas and snacks. $2.09 for a bottle of water! The land is owned by the Fort Nelson First Nation People. The park staff wants to be certified for dispensing propane but the Tribe will not OK that. So they have a huge propane tank, but you cannot buy propane because the Tribal council is run by people who do not know how to run a business. I would never stay here.
Another mud and gravel parking lot with hook ups. Nothing to recommend this place and won't stay here again. Their advertisements show only their store and laundromat not the campground area. That should have been a dead give away. Staff is friendly, laudromat is large, but lots of foot traffic goes through the laundry to the store so the floor was dirty. Also $2.50 a load to wash and $2.00 for 12 minutes to dry. I would not stay here again and would rather boondock.
Dry camping only at this park. There are vault toilets to help with tanks and there is a water faucet to fill your fresh water tank. No dump available in the area. Free entry to the hot springs (if not camping there it costs $5.00 per person to use the hot springs). The springs are wonderful, very clean and there are changing rooms available. Great way to spend an hour or so. Very sociable placce. Great camp sites. Large level sites of pea gravel, nice big picnic table on a cement pad and a fire ring. Lots of space for your unit and lounge chairs and tables. The buffalo walking by are a bonus and the moose near the springs are too. We enjoyed our stay here and would stay again.
I would give this a ten except that it is rather hard to negotiate this campground. There is one road in and out (has a turnaround) and once someone is one the road the next unit must wait for them to either park or exit. Otherwise you would meet them head on, and then have to back out! Very small campground but there does seem to be room to correct the road and to add more sites. It is a beautiful place to camp and lovely campsites. Lots of dogs and inconsiderate campers that let their dogs bark at all hours. NO hook up or bathrooms! Dry camping only. We would stay here again.
We are staying here for 4 nights waiting for another couple to join us for convoy to Alaska. We also stayed here based on the comment in Church's book that 'this is the nicest park in Dawson City'! Hate to see the rest if this is the nicest! The sites are not level and very narrow. More dirt than gravel and we have rain in the forecast! Yikes. Wi-fi is just so-so and TV reception is terrible. The one channel that comes in OK is French! Park really needs cable. We have 30 amp but cannot use toaster or microwave unless everything else is off. Right next to a highway but it does quiet down at night. Also rail road tracks nearby. Would not stay here again.
Beautiful view of the lake. Nice level spot. Was able to use the hosts Wi-Fi for extra $5.00. Fresh baked whole grain bread available for $3.50 which is delivered to your site. Very friendly hosts. We enjoyed our stay here and would return again.
We stayed here 3 days and our rate was based on an Escapees 50% discount. OK park, lots of long term residents but their spots were tidy for the most part. Only real negative was the awful odor from a refinery that is nearby. When the wind came from their direction it was almost overpowering. Best thing about the park is Luling! They have the best bar-b-que at City Market which is about 15 minutes from the park. It is an experience not to be missed.
We stayed here for 2 months ONLY because it was the closest park to where our son lives and the rate was reasonable. BUT, there are some REALLY trashy permanent trailers in the park and a REALLY trashy trailer park behind the RV park. Staff was friendly but when a permanent resident moved a disgusting, piece of garbage, trailer right behind us we complained and they refused to do anything about it. Evidently a permanent resident had moved out of it into another junky trailer and was trying to sell it. It was finally moved after 3 weeks. The RVers were friendly and so were most of the long term residents. Also, when we arrived the owner told us that he was going to be replacing the ratty picnic tables. Saw in a review from 2010 he was saying the same thing. Still has ratty picnic tables. We could not use ours. We would not stay here again. Rate is based on monthly rate + electric.
As others have stated, VERY narrow pull through sites. No place to put out chairs to sit out and too narrow to deploy our awning. The owners of this park are not interested in maintaining it; there are weeds and dead trees everywhere. The laundry room was clean, but 1 of the 3 washers was out of order. Good access to I-40 and freeway noise is not a problem, but barking dogs are. Not sure if they belong to permanent residents of the park or in the residential area further up the hill. Our rate of $10 was through RPI. If you are looking for a resort don't stay here!
First off this campground is NOT in Santa Fe, it is on the Pueblo of Pojoaque. It is about 20 miles north of Santa Fe off of Highway 84. It is just very basic, no frills. For the location this is not a bad price. Closer to Santa Fe there are more frills but the prices are higher. This is a good location so that it is a nice drive into Taos or Santa Fe to see the sights. Also there is an excellent casino just a half mile away called Buffalo Thunder. Great buffet dinner, $10.95 Prime Rib dinner and beautiful architecture and decorations. Also the Poeh Center, across the road from the RV park is a showcase for Indian art and culture. We stayed here for a week and enjoyed our stay.
This is a gravel lot between a state highway and a railroad. It is a poor excuse for an RV park. Thank goodness we are only here for one night! Lady in the office was very friendly. Would not stay here again. Rate reflects Sunrise Resort membership.
What a disappointment! We knew we would be boon docking but in a Parking Lot and paying for it! We only stayed one night, had planned on staying (and paid for) 4 nights. No refund for nights not used. We thought we would be in a National Forest site, not on the parking lot adjacent to the forest sites. If we want to boon dock on a parking lot we would go to Wally world! The rate reflects 50% discount for our Senior Access card.
The only reason we stayed here is because of the price. The other parks in Redding were much more than we wanted to pay. Lots of drawbacks, ie: rough roads, junky permanent resident sites and trashy modular units on site. Pluses to the park was the quiet rural setting but fairly close to Redding and the tourist attractions. Not sure if we would stay here again. They need to clean up the place and get rid of the trashy permanent residents.
We loved this park! Very clean and tidy. Beautiful grounds and the staff was always mowing, weeding and watering. Staff very friendly. Had a lovely site with a 180 degree river view. Planned on staying only 1 week but extended an additional 10 days. We would definitely come back.
We boondocked in the back parking lot. Did not stay in the RV park. OK for one night. Lots of semis used this lot but with the exception of one very noisy rig we were not bothered by them. Had dinner at the casino cafe and would not eat there again. Very rude cashier. Didn't say thank you until we said 'you're welcome.' Food was barely OK and service was slow.