We were extremely impressed with how well this RV park was kept up. The bathrooms were spotless and disinfected each day. The laundry room uses a service that provides 5 washers and 4 dryers. All seemed to be in good working order. The pool was huge and well care after. All palms on the premises were well groomed. Lawns we well cut. Leaves were in the process of being collected off the ground. The dump station at our site was really low to the ground, which is important for us class B folks that have low discharge areas for dumping to start with. My only complaint is the men room lock was hard to open with the key provided. We would definitely go back. Our price reflects a Passport America discount.
We found the Snowbird RV Park to be quite nice. The staff would put on the hot tub on demand, and if you arrive on a Tuesday night, their swimming pool has been heated during the winter. The water quality in Bullhead must be substandard, as we filled out tanks (using a good filtration system), but still found the water to be very mineral laden so as to leave major mineral deposits on all surfaces it touched. Our price reflects the Passport America price. We would go back to Snowbird in spite of the water issue, as it has quite a few quail and other birds from the area.
Site number 69 is level. Our price reflects the cost for an electric and water only site. If you want to connect your sewer line that's another $5. Dumping stations are available. Passport America is not available on Friday, Saturday, Sunday or holidays. The park seems to be well maintained, with the exception of the showers. They are in sore need of a scrubbing with bleach. The walls are filthy. The wife says her the shower drain was plugged. On both sides, the water was scalding. To the point where it was necessary to almost turn the single knob control off for the shower to be useable. There are no hooks in the communal dressing area or next to the showers. While the sinks had hot water, there were no mirrors. Hundreds of coots (the bird type) were here during our visit, and while they are interesting to watch, they are the source of many land mines. As stated in other reviews this is a very kid friendly park. Miniature golf, playground equipment and nice lakes. I suppose I would come back, but wouldn't bother to buy a shower token.
Be aware, Glen Ivy RV is no longer a Passport America member. While the site we had was level, the TV cable did not work and the dumping station at the site (#22) had water in it up to within a foot of the cap. I was unwilling to dump there, as it may have overflowed. The park itself seemed nice. One of three men showers in the nearest bathroom had been out of order for what appeared to be a long time, as it had accumulated a lot of refuse. The electric worked fine. There was lots of shade from very nice old trees.
This park is very level. I tried 3 sites and all were perfectly level. Be aware that some site's electrical will not work unless all breakers are turned to the on position (site 68 specifically). I was not able to discern where the showers were from the hand out provided by the park, although others were able to find them, apparently. The park is off the freeway far enough to be quiet at night. Our rate reflects the Passport America rate, which is good for one night (not available Jan or Feb). I would stay here again.
Our rate reflects Passport America for a single night. The Prescott Valley fair grounds are quite a ways from anything. So if you are looking to stock up, do so before hand. There are no bathrooms or showers that we could discern; never the less, the fair grounds are a steal at the Passport America rate. The sites are very level, with newer hook-ups and TV connection. Very wide sites, but they have almost no shade. We'd definitely go back.
Having looked at some of the previous remarks, I'll add that; yes, the lady at the check in was nice, but looks aren't everything. She was efficient, but didn't even ask the length of my rig before assigning a site. Maybe she saw it as I drove past. (?) I'm not certain I'd want to drive a fifth wheel into this place as there were many hills to negotiate with relatively sharp corners. The site we had was very unlevel. It took 3 inches of leveling and exact placement to get where we could connect to utilities and be level at the same time. The wind was not blowing, but I could see where if it were, sand in the air would be an issue. I did not see roaming pit bulls (or other dogs roaming about unleashed for that matter.) All RVs that were about seemed to be relatively clear of junk or other refuse, (in reply to other posting individuals). There did seem to be a severe problem with erosion, as the park is on a hill and the chief leveling material is sand rather than gravel. A concern I had was that the waste water dumping tube for my site was a good three feet below my site. As a result, I did not use it. The parks has many trees of good size and some of the sites are are placed with several trees between neighbors. I'm not sure I would go back to this park, as the overnight price seemed a bit steep for the winter amenities (pool was covered). Frankly, Payson RV parks could use some competition.
While the streets are narrow, they are planned so as to make them one way. The pool is wonderfully warm for our October visit. Sites are far enough apart that if you have slides there will be no problems approaching your neighbors rig. The sewer is flush with the ground, making it easy to dump for those of us with tanks that have an outlet nine inches off the ground. They will allow you to wash your rig, provided you use the water sparingly. Water is getting expensive in Vegas. The check-in staff was cheerful and informative about free transportation around Las Vegas. They offered information about the various things happening in town. And Sam's Town is only a block or two away. Two cons: no bathroom near pool. They could use more shade. We will definitely come back again. The rate we paid was a special, but at other times they accept Good Sam.
The Beatty RV Park has undoubtedly got the nicest bathrooms I've come across. (Even the little lady agreed, heh-heh.) Not often you see a four by six shower with marble walls and one of those bowed out shower curtain rods. Not to mention the regular shower head, not one of those, ah say, not one of those stingy shower heads that feel more like a fine mist at an amusement park than a real shower head. And, the rest of the bathroom was appointed with fixtures you'd expect in the big suite. When we first pulled in to the park we saw a covey of quail. Owner tells me she feeds them twice a day, along with several wild rabbits and crows. Sites were all level, the lamp post beside our site could be turned off at night, which was nice since our feline likes to entertain herself by looking out the front window. And, the sewer access was right at ground level, which makes it easier for folks like us that have our outlets nine inches off the ground. Did I call this an eight, why heck, let's make this a nine.
Ok, so why am I, ah say why am I going against the flow on this park (not a 10)? Yup, the stream is nice and there is grass between you and it, not to mention the lovely shade trees. (I said NOT to mention them,son.) The price is right, even if they charge for showers (only a buck for 7 minutes of hot water). The young lady that runs the place is cordial. But, there is not a place to dump tanks. Gotta have that, I say, you've gotta have that to be a 10 in my book. Not that the park can do anything about it, but if you are going late in the season, be forewarned about the pesky no-see-ems. Also, make sure you call a couple of days in advance if you are trying to get in during the week-end. Late September the weekends were full. We'd definitely go back if we find ourselves in the area.
The sites were level and covered with uniform large gravel. There was plenty of shade for late risers like my wife and myself. Bathrooms and were heated, clean, and in fairly good shape. First two showers (token operated - five and a half minutes of hot and only cold thereafter) are free. The little lady commented they were good size showers. The electric did not have a breaker switch, which is a point off in my opinion as I want to turn them on after all is hooked up. While only 100 yards off highway, the park is not too noisy, as the traffic is light. Staff was friendly in spite of us coming in pretty late in the day - not easy to do when working with the public. Sites were electric and water only (which works great for our class B) with a dump station being provided within the park.
This park would rate much higher if it weren't for the noise at night. Starting about 3 AM the recycle trucks arrived and dumped their loads. Now, if you sleep like my wife, or wear a hearing aid, I can highly recommend the park. Showers were older, but spotless, including shower curtains. The rest of the bathroom was extremely clean. The manager was kind and made sure we had good instructions when calling in for reservations. Unlike a previous poster, we did not experience a smelly environment from the recycle center.
The staff was friendly and helpful. Even though we had arrived 20 minutes after their normal hours, the lady stayed to let us know how to find out which sites would be available in case we were going to be there for more than one night. Pool looked inviting, bathrooms were exceptionally clean. Unfortunately, most of the sites were not level and what little gravel that was on the site was very large which made it hard to use leveling blocks without damaging them, otherwise the park would have rated higher.
Porto Bodega Marina and RV Park is in a lovely bay setting with many fishing boats between most of the sites and the bay. A very picturesque park, and the shower/bathroom facilities are well appointed except for shelf space when it comes to showers. However, the showers and bathrooms were not being taken care of. Shower curtains were moldy, the shower floors were slimy, and the bathroom/shower areas were covered with toilet paper bits and used paper floor mats (nice of them to provide them, but they were piling up all over the place.) We tried four locations before getting one that was level enough to not put out leveling blocks, in spite of all sites being graveled. For the asking price, I'd expect level sites. The manager on duty smoked and while she did not smoke in the office, she did leave a cigarette burning right at the office entrance when I came in to pay for the site. Now, this may seem picky to some, but to those with asthma it is not acceptable. Under different management, this park would rate a nine.
Extremely nice sites. Well separated from neighbors by several feet of bushes. Very level with gravel that is raked, off of a paved road. The little lady was upset when the shower lights went out 2 minutes into her shower (motion activated - so she had to keep waving her hand outside the shower every few minutes or so); and, the Verizon mifi didn't work (nor cell phones), but they offered free WiFi, so that was no big deal as long as you were using just one computer. Our rate represented a Good Sam discount. Showers are 50 cents for 4 and half minutes.
Many of the sites that are front row to the Ocean are very un-level; however, if you are prepared with several leveling devices, this park has some of the nicest views for the best price around. If it weren't for the location it would probably rate a four star. Don't misunderstand me, the electric and water work fine, and there is cable TV. It's just nothing exceptional. While it is not exactly waterfront to the ocean only the tall grass of a treeless park separates you from cliffs that drop down to the crashing waves below. A wonderful paved walkway follows Noyo bay for a couple hundred yards with benches perfect for whale watching. Or maybe you just want to watch the boats go in and out while the fog horn bleats and buoys clang. It's a steal at $25. We'll be back.
OK, so the gates weren't pearly, but I believe Saint Peter is at the wrong gates. This resort truly lives up to resort status. For those of you that play golf, two complimentary passes per site per night. Streets are newly paved. The sites are perfectly level, built on concrete pads and wide enough to accommodate. The hook-ups are fancy and contained within hedges on a grassy area that separate the sites. TV came in crisp, pool was clean, fountain in lake made soothing sounds, hot tub was inviting. What's not to like? OK, one drawback. They did not have trash receptacles, they picked it up at 9 AM every morning. I'm a late riser, so this disturbed my beauty sleep. If I'm in the area, you can bet I'll stay here again.
Staff was very friendly here. Even effected a minor repair to my CPAP battery connection for free at their RV repair center. Location couldn't be better. It is right across the street from the dunes. While there is some sort of treatment plant next door, it is totally odorless. Our rate was for electric and water only (full hook-ups are available). Dumping was on site and free. With out a doubt we will come back here again. Our only concern was Verizon connection was poor. They do provide Wi-Fi, but we prefer our own MiFi secured connection via Verizon.
Very nice park, staff was friendly even at 8:45 when we checked in (they close up the office at 9 PM). Unfortunately we had a bad experience with odor at our site. I can't say if it was just someone that had their dumping hose installed without a cap on the end or there was a sewer problem in general, but it was very strong the whole night long. The office was closed before we noticed, so we couldn't switch sites. The small airport nearby is used only by private prop planes, and we only heard two during our stay, although they do fly low at the park (below 500 ft). Except for the smell, I would stay here again.
The OK RV Park is located away from the main highway going through Moab and is very quiet as a result. It is in a very picturesque site with palisades to the West. Our site, number 23 was level, although there was no shade to speak of. Other sites had shade. I would definitely stay here again.
Not sure why, but the guy that finally showed to check us in at 5PM had an attitude. We had just joined Passport America the day before, and were willing to prove it to him via talking to PA staff directly, but he wasn't going to give me the rate unless I had the card. He relented and split the difference. RV park itself was nice. Good Mexican restaurant on site with tons of charm. As others have posted, only 5 sites are available for daily rental and they reservations are not available. Two sites did not fill on our Friday evening stay.
Owner (a former cattle rancher) and daughter were friendly people. Trees have been planted for shade, but they aren't quite there yet. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. It was close to the highway, but noise wasn't an issue for us.
The staff was friendly. I would refer to the river as a brook, although I understand it can flood. Site 127 was excellent! Level, well maintained, with older trees which provided lots of shade, and the babbling brook. It is very family oriented, but quiet after 9 PM until 9 AM. It was a very pleasant experience for us. Possible Drawbacks: Electric and water only at sites, which was fine with us (class B). Dumping station provided. While I did not search the whole park, it did not look as if Class A folks or larger TT would have an easy time of getting in and out due to road configuration.