This is a brand new RV resort designed from the ground up to be about as nice as any park can be. Site size and spacing increases with pricing, currently ranging from $34 to $45. All amenities are gorgeous with lots of grass and nice landscaping. All sites are concrete and all park roads are paved. There is simply no exposed dirt or dust! The pool, hot tub and bathrooms are beautiful, although the trees are all young and will need some time to provide shading. Wi-Fi signal was strong and fast even with the park quite full. In May there were a few final park details being finished. It’s notable that there is little traffic noise, no trains nearby, no airport noise! The park management is very nice and works hard to resolve any concerns. The staff seems to be working through some difficulties with the on-line reservation system and they have a ways to go to be as efficient as the best parks. One may need to just call them direct. The views from the park are mixed. It is a completely level park, but with ample views of mountains (over some nearby residential homes). There’s plenty to do in the surrounding area and Heber City is very nice with a thriving main street. I look forward to coming back again soon.
I actually liked this place and would stay again, lots of trees and shade and a fair amount of grass. Just little charm to the place. I was appalled that they burn cardboard on-site. The roads are all graveled. Site levelness varies a lot. The Wi-Fi worked fine, electric varied a lot. The office and store sure could use some updating, but it works. The bike paths north and south of Three Forks were great fun.
This is a pretty, natural appearing park set in a grove of shading pine trees (mostly) with many beautiful floral arrangements, yard sculptures, and cute camp buildings (a lot of work put in here). The park roads are level and paved. The amply spaced sites are graveled and fairly level. The grass grows without borders where it gets watered. Depending on the site, one may step out from their RV onto grass, or gravel, or dirt. It is a gorgeous and unique park for the eyes, but the highway noise is near constant during the day, not so bad at night. The train noise wasn’t bad. With no pool, play equipment, or fire rings the appeal is for those without kids. The bathrooms are clean, but dated. The office has a small store. There is a nice group meeting room and small laundry. The WiFi was pretty weak. Missoula offers many area attractions. I would camp here again. It’s a very nice park, but not quite a 10 for me.
Nice campground at an awesome price with a few drawbacks. There has been a lot of nice work recently done here with good on-going maintenance. It now has many very nice features, including paved park roads and sites, ample spacing, green grass, nice landscaping incorporated into the natural fauna, roomy, clean bathrooms with nice showers, and FHUs (30amp) in many of the sites, not all. To enable the green grass it gets auto-sprinkled so, if the wind is blowing, which it usually is here, expect some water on your stuff. Also, some of the sites are rather narrow and few are completely level. There are a few sites suitable for big rigs, but not many. None of the sites actually provide a lake view, but there are awesome, expansive views to the west. While I did call to reserve a site, the park is really managed as first-come first-served. I’ll be back.
We've visited over 60 RV parks. This is almost as good as it gets. A true resort. Paved roads, level cement pads, lots of grass or clean pea gravel, nice trees, but not too many; immaculate landscaping, beautiful office, store, pool, laundry. Park is not too big. Friendly, helpful and welcoming staff. Beautiful natural surroundings and Zion NP just 13 miles away. The adjacent highway can be noisy during tourist season, but sites on the far side of the park are fine. We'll make it a point to return even at the high-end price. Rate reflects off-season discount.
This is the "New RV Park" one sees advertised for many miles when approaching Mesquite. The park and facilities are new and clean. We saw no liter. The park roads are paved, which we like. The sites are fairly level, fairly tight, and of desert sand. While its nice to have a market next door, there are residential areas on the other three sides, definitely a "parked in a city" feeling. The check-in process is more laborious than any I've ever seen, more like renting an apartment. The Mesquite casinos allow smoking, so intolerable for us. We left after two of three "contracted" days. Probably still the best park for buck in town, but the park at the north end looks nicer and pricier.
We loved this campground. It is not too large, very quite, and the hosts are very friendly. Sites are well spaced and level with nice hook-ups, some have two locations for sewer hook-ups (center and aft). The park roads and sites are all nicely paved. What’s not paved is grass and no dust! Wi-Fi works well but if there are problems, the hosts will help. The majestic redwood forest is just outside the park. Rate reflects Good Sam. We’d stay again.
This is a fairly nice park, almost a resort. The pool is large and gorgeous, and there are numerous, nice looking play areas and attractions for kids. The bathrooms and showers, while plain on the outside, are as nice and clean as a four star hotel on the inside. There are two laundry rooms that are clean, and all equipment looked in good order although a bit pricey to use. The park grounds are quite beautiful, placed on rolling hills with thick, mature, tall pines in the north half of the park (difficult for satellite dishes), and a mix of medium sized trees in the south half. Flowers have been planted in many places although by late summer much of the prevalent grass around the park was allowed to go golden. Sites spacing is fairly generous although some sites are graveled, some are paved, and some are terraced. So take a critical drive about the park to choose if there is more than one site available meeting your hook-up needs. While the cable TV worked great, the Wi-fi was slow, poor, or nil. AT&T worked fine, Verizon barely. Also, careful, some sewer hook-ups are at the extreme end of the sites and up-hill!? The park is very quiet, apparently just too large to keep really tidy. Although expensive (this is the Bay area) we’d stay here again. Price reflects KOA discount.
Overall this is a beautifully designed, landscaped and lighted campground-resort; not too big and very clean. All roads are paved, all interior pads are concrete and level side-to-side with grass and small trees. Periphery riverside sites are pea-graveled, not dusty; but no adjacent grass. Pool, lodge, laundry, and showers are all first rate. They do now have some cable channels, Wi-Fi service was excellent. Only drawback to this resort is daytime traffic noise and price. It is quiet from 11pm-6am. We did enjoy our stay and will return.
Hard trade-offs: beautiful and protected, red rock surroundings, lots of hiking and walking trails (natural and paved), fun to climb on petrified sand dunes, little traffic and noise; but really just 12 sites available with electric and water. This area is paved with a dump station on-site. Bathrooms and showers are functional and clean, but worn. Sites are a hard 11' wide, you are back-to-back with your neighbor. With careful positioning you might get one slide-out open a couple feet on your hook-ups side. In February there were just two sites taken, in late March all were reserved and in use. I doubt I will return, just too snug.
This is a surprisingly nice park; not too big, ample space with grass between most sites, most sites are pull-through, trees are big enough to provide good shade (spring & summer), park roads sufficiently graveled to hold down dust, hook-ups in good working order. The campground is easy access from the interstate at the end of its own 1/4 mile access road, so very quite. There's also a play area for kid's, horse shoes, and tether ball. The Kabins are nicely fit into native surroundings and spaced well apart. Tent sites have nice views. Pool and hot tub look to be finishing in May 2012. I will stay here again.
There’s not much shade or grass in Moab, but this park has them both providing a welcome relief form sun and heat. The nightly flood watering system for the grass areas also cools the park. The staff is very helpful and protective of the grass; don’t drive on any of it, don’t park on any of it. An earthen embankment around much of the park helps to subdue the adjacent highway noise. There is direct access to the paved pathways along the Colorado River and leading to Arches National Park. We’d stay here again.
This park works, but is a bit eclectic. Many of the RV sites are rather haphazardly positioned and roadways vary from too-narrow to comfortably-wide. Most of the sites get little shade, and the park roads are all dirt and dust. I pitied the motorhomes on sites adjacent to the park entrance road. This time of year the park was infested with sand burrs that got onto our clothing and dog. The hook-ups did work well, and the staff was friendly, fun, and helpful. We wouldn’t stay here again.
This was a nicer park than we anticipated what with it being in town. While most of the sites are side-by-side, most have a cement patio and a parking space between each RV slot providing more spacing than most parks with this layout. The closet road is a fair distance away and quiet at night. Trash cans are placed at the end of every other RV slot and collected daily; no walk to a park dumpster required. The Wi-Fi connection was very good. Bathrooms and pool were clean. There is a movie theater next to the park, grocery and shopping across the street, and restaurants all within walking distance. We’ll come again.