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06/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
A nice clean camp with friendly staff. Pretty standard for KOA. KOA's tend to be more pricey--especially if you have kids and dogs, which they charge extra for.
06/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
We love Oregon state parks. We were able to stay at three during our June trip up the coast with no reservations. This was our third. It is a beautiful park with nice hiking and biking trails and a gorgeous beach. The park rangers are very friendly and helpful, and the sites are nice. If you can live without Wi-Fi (or bring your own 3G card) and laundry facilities for a little while, these parks are the way to go, and you can't beat the price. The only other downside is the showers which, like most state parks, use the "push button" system where one temperature fits all. I am also downgrading Fort Stevens from a "9" to an "8" because of the mosquitos. Swarms of them attacked us each morning and evening. They were the worst of any park I have visited. But I don't know if all of the sites have this problem.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We love Oregon state parks. We were able to stay at three during our June trip up the coast with no reservations. This was our second one, and we had the beach just a couple of hundred yards behind our site. The park rangers are very friendly and helpful, and the sites are beautiful. If you can live without Wi-Fi (or bring your own 3G card) and laundry facilities for a little while, these parks are the way to go, and you can't beat the price. The only other downside is the showers which, like most state parks, use the "push button" system where one temperature fits all.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We love Oregon state parks. We were able to stay at three during our June trip up the coast with no reservations. This was our first one, and we had the dunes just a couple of hundred yards behind our site. The park rangers are very friendly and helpful, and the sites are beautiful. If you can live without Wi-Fi (or bring your own 3G card) and laundry facilities for a little while, these parks are the way to go, and you can't beat the price. The only other downside is the showers which, like most state parks, use the "push button" system where one temperature fits all. But they worked fine, were reasonably hot, and clean.
06/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice park with large, secluded lots and plenty of trees. Very pet and child friendly, but also quiet with some privacy. Friendly, helpful staff. Clean restrooms and showers with plenty of hot water. Wi-Fi worked well. Our only complaint was that the number of washers and dryers was too small for the number of people, and this created a logjam at the laundry room. We would stay here again.
06/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
This park was clean and had nice, large, secluded lots. Like everything else in Fort Bragg, we found it overpriced. Especially with the "add on charges" for each person in the RV and our pets. The showers (yes, you pay for those, too) were clean, but not very hot. The lady who checked us in was not very nice and apparently did not know how to smile.
06/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We got one of the waterfront sites, and I agree with some of the previous reviewers that it was very windy and chilly. The park is very crowded with small sites and little grass. If you have pets, I'd recommend trying for spot near the pet walk over one on the cliff. Restrooms and showers were fine. Staff were very nice and helpful. The bus to the BART stops nearby, but going that way into the city is a long trip. A better option would probably be to rent a car if you do not have a tow vehicle.
06/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
There are two areas of this campground. One for members (Thousand Trails), and another for "public" campers. The public sites are fine, but not as nice as the member sites. (I marked waterfront unavailable because the stream front sites were only available to Thousand Trails members.) The showers and restrooms were okay, but the water pressure was anemic and the temperature was just tepid. Wi-Fi was only available at the "family lodge." The staff were usually friendly, but not enthusiastic. What this park has going for it is it's proximity to Yosemite. It's really the only one this close. I think Thousand Trails should either make this a members only park or open all the sites to everyone. The way it is now, the non-members resent being second class citizens, and the members probably resent the fact that people who did not pay a membership fee are still allowed to use the park.
06/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice park with some spots having a very nice view of the lake. Friendly staff. Clean restrooms. Showers are token operated, but these are included with rental. Water is hot and pressure is good.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We were a little uncertain about staying here after reading some reviews on this site and others--especially where concerns about security were mentioned. But we had a pleasant experience and enjoyed the park. We actually stayed an extra day. If you are looking for lush, green meadows, then I suggest you look outside Las Vegas (or even Nevada, for that matter). If you want Disney World, then go to Orlando. But if you want a good, clean facility "on the strip" in Vegas, then this is the only game in town. We paid extra to get a spot with some greenery and a couple of trees. It was well worth it because we brought our dogs. Most of the spaces are basically a parking lot with hookups. But the restrooms and laundry were clean and functional. The staff were very nice and helpful, and we did not feel worried about our security at any time. This is a big park in the middle of a big city, so I would take normal precautions and lock your stuff when you are gone, but we didn't witness or experience anything worrisome. We had five bikes locked on the back of our RV that we left each day. Our kids used the pool and the "Adventuredome" at the hotel, and we visited the main strip by bus or taxi with no difficulty.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here for two nights and took the train up to the Grand Canyon. This is one of the more pricey parks, but high quality, and a nice way to see the Grand Canyon if you just want to spend a few hours there. If you want to do some serious hiking or donkey rides, etc. at the canyon, you will not have time. The train only leaves you there for about half a day. The train ride is enjoyable, but also pricey. The park itself is clean, well maintained, & pet friendly (although greenery is hard to find). There is a playground and pool on the hotel grounds available to RV'rs. We made use of both, and it was easy. Staff we encountered were all very friendly & helpful. Restrooms and laundry room clean and functional. Williams is an easy walk with many resaurants, tourist shops, etc. A word of warning: Williams is a tourist town, and everything is more expensive there--especially gas. Gas is 50 cents per gallon more at the local stations than it is 30-50 miles down the road. Gas up before you get there or after you leave!
06/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
A fairly standard state park. Paddle boats and swimming available at the adjacent lake (can be crowded on the weekend). Nice scenery, friendly staff. Restrooms and showers not bad, but like most state parks, you can't adjust hot water. (Just push the button and get whatever temperature it's set at). Pet friendly. We would go back if we were in the area.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park within walking distance of the French Quarter. Clean, secure, and well maintained. Friendly staff and very pet-friendly. Our kids played in the pool, and we walked and biked into New Orleans each of our three days here. Like most facilities within a larger city, there is not much in the way of greenery. But there is more than some. Price reflects military discount. We would stay again.
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