We liked this park. Stayed a week and got one day free. Cable is an extra $1.50 per day. Wi-Fi reception is good near the front of the park but we lost our connection numerous times during the week. The owner's son was on site frequently and very nice and helpful. We never talked with the owner himself. The sites are not large but we had enough room for our 35' 5th wheel. Very convenient location for all activities in the area. The front of the park is much more visually appealing than the back. If you stay request a site there. There were too many trees to use our rooftop satellite dish. We would stay again.
Operated in conjunction with a motel located next door. Narrow sites. Railroad very close. We had no water when we arrived but fortunately it was restored in a few hours. The water connection was under water when we left due to the location in a hole in the ground and rain causing no choice but to contaminate our water hose. Very dirty campground. Not a pleasant stay and would not do it again. Restrooms and shower located in the motel beside the pool - adequate at best.
We stayed a week at $127.69 including cable and wifi which is by far the best rate in the area. The sites are large and spacious although somewhat unlevel. Wifi was strong - the closer that you are to the hotel the better for the wifi. The utilities were good quality. We did not use the pool or sauna. Nice quite park. We did not use the casino as we were visiting family in nearby Cortez. We will definitely stay here again.
OK park but only for quick overnight. We did not have sewer hookups available and the sites near us did not either. There may have been sewer in another section that looked like it was fully occupied with full time residents. We had a small pull through site but it was adequate. VERY close to the interstate which made it VERY convenient. We thought it might be noisy but it wasn't bad.
Very small sites, close together and over priced for what you get unless Passport America discount is available. PA is available most of the time but not always depending on local events and the local high season. Management was pleasant. Would definitely stay again with PA discount and probably even without the discount as many area parks are very expensive. All utilities worked well. Dusty. It was over crowded with ATVs while we were there this time. Some sites have good views. This was our 2nd stay at this park.
We stayed for a month at $350. The woman at the hotel desk (same management) wanted to charge us a higher rate but she checked with someone (not sure it was the manager) who said if that was what we were quoted then that is what we should be charged. The manager is a ghost. Poor maintenance in the park is true as previously noted. We were told that we could have mail delivered at the Park but learned that the manager never checks his PO box at the post office. Even the post office was aware of this. We used general delivery instead which worked perfectly. We endured a water outage of several hours and had to get the Park's router reset in order to use their internet service. We chose the location because of its proximity to Rexburg for shopping and other conveniences (about 30 miles) and to Yellowstone (55 miles). There is a very nice small grocery and several restaurants in Ashton.
We stayed two months at their discounted monthly rate of $630. Very expensive, but they are the only full service RV park in the area. The pull thru spaces all alternate directions so all utilities are only in every other space which is fine but causes you to have to share awning space with your neighbor. And every time you open your door you are in your neighbors face. The weather didn't cooperate with us for our hiking plans. We had light snow a couple of days and frequent rain our first 30 days. Don't stay in this area and plan to hike before the middle of June. Fuel and grocery prices in the area are high.
The park is old and has small sites for the most part. Most importantly for us, we had a significant problem with the site electricity while we were there. We had requested a month reservation at $350 which is far cheaper than anything in the area so we stayed. But we probably wouldn't do it again. Our EMS (electrical management system) constantly dropped our electric feed due to power spikes (over 135 volts) in our section of the park. Thankfully the EMS did it's job so we lost none of our electronics. They had us on a circuit that was literally strung across a road in the park between trees with 4 other sites on the same circuit. After two weeks (and a lot of complaining) they replaced the electric feed with code. They had a phone number posted to call the owners about any issues that you might have - they didn't return the call. On the good side, the long term residents that we met were all nice and friendly and they have a nice outdoor propane grill for customer use.
Great park! Only complaint is the frequent and loud train traffic from tracks close by, but it is fascinating if you enjoy trains as we do because the track is on a steep curve going into the Missouri valley area. We stayed a week at the discounted rate of $190. We had no problem with Verizon reception unlike what others reported. We requested and got a site with a clear view of the sky for our roof top internet satellite.
This is a very nice, clean park with wide and long pull through spaces in the center of the park and back-ins along the perimeter. We were here only one night but wished we were in the area longer to take advantage of it. It is in town but not noisy. We would definitely stay again.
We stayed 2 weeks at the PA discounted rate ($220.32 including tax) making our stay very affordable. Very clean in all aspects. There are a lot of long term residents, they are no problem. There is a lot of noise in the area as the park is near a busy street and just behind a busy airport. I was awakened early many days. Spaces are narrow, but long for short term customers. Would definitely stay again.
This is probably the nicest campgrounds we've stayed at. Rate is PPA. We stayed a month at $335 plus best $.08/kw electric rate we've seen in 2 years. There is one train on Wednesdays around noon time each week. Hiking is wonderful at nearby Silver Falls State Park. Very, very clean. The back part of the park is fine - we were parked there with pleasant neighbors. Management was very nice and helpful. There were semi-regular park hosted events while we were there. There is an on-site coffee shop.
We stayed here a couple of months while we volunteered at the nearby Battery Point Lighthouse. The sites are very narrow. We had numerous occasions when water was not available. There seemed to be construction in the area that we think was causing the problem. Most sites are shaded giving us trouble getting a site with a view for our roof top satellite dish. The park is very quiet. Others' comments were appreciated by us as well. Great hiking in the area.
A huge gravel parking lot, sites are level, different rates for 30-amp or 50-amp, no shade. The rate shown is for 30 amp. All long pull-through sites with full hook-ups. There is good security on site. It is quiet at night. This is a great location for exploring San Francisco; it is probably the best campground value in the area. There is a sizable hump to cross as you enter the campground. It is not a problem but you must take it very slowly. The easiest access to the campground is via Linwood Ave to reach the back side of the fairgrounds. I would definitely stay here again.
There is a very run down feel to this park. It seems to be mostly populated with long term residents in mostly older RVs. They seem to be working on the park but the park is either in decline or trying to make a come back. I cannot say which. They offer a honey wagon Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Power was low voltage. It got down to 108 volts at least once a day while we there and shut down our electrical system. I would not stay there again.
This is a great stop over for passing through with easy on and off from the highway. Passport America gets half off the price shown. Overnight spaces are the pull through spaces at the back of the park. The remaining sites appear to be long term mostly. There are no sewer hookups for the pull through sites. I would definitely stay here again for an overnight.
This is a very large retirement community of park models that takes RV as well. The amenities are extensive but we did not use them as we had plans in the Phoenix area. The RV spaces are austere but adequate. The resort is very clean. The people we spoke to were friendly. The resort was fine for a few days for us and we met people who were staying for the whole winter season. The price was too high for the winter season for us.
The monthly rate here was $345. This is an extremely clean and friendly park. Most of the campers are older with many repeat visitors, some long term. They put in a dog play area while we were there. The Wi-Fi is flaky depending on where your space is - there is an apparent issue with adjacent Wi-Fi to the park which causes an IP address conflict. There were too many trees for us to use our roof top mounted internet satellite dish. The same issue would exist for many spaces for satellite TV. It is an excellent location for exploring the Verde Valley area.
This is a very nice park. It is the closest campground to Meteor Crater. It is owned by the same people who own Meteor Crater. They provided us with discounts to use at Meteor Carter when we checked in. The campground has some sewer hook up sites but most do not. It is very clean including the co-ed facilities (with shower and toilet) which have individual locking doors. All facilities are recently updated. The sites are of varied lengths and widths depending on your requirements and should meet most if not all space requirements. Interior roads are wide. Beware of high water pressure. You will need a good water pressure regulator! I would recommend this park.
The rate I listed is Passport America with 30 amp service with no cable. All upgrades are sold separately. This is a very, very dusty park. We experienced very high winds while we were there so it seemed we were always chewing grit. Spaces are close together but fairly long. The park is adequate for a one night stop but I would not want to stay longer. There are a large number of older, poorly maintained rigs and construction barracks type units. I would not feel safe walking around the park by myself. The sewage pipe was plugged with a piece of driftwood. Fuel in the Fort Stockton area was the most expensive that we bought in a 600 mile trip.
Very close to I-10 but not noisy. Roadways are wide. But spaces are narrow and just barely long enough to fit our 35 foot trailer and truck. There is a separate dog owner section to the park and there is a very nice fenced dog park. Seemed like a well run, clean and well organized park. It is dusty, but it is in west Texas. Flying-J is located one exit away. There is a lot of shopping nearby. We would definitely stay here again.
Wonderful, quiet, and inexpensive park with easy access to I-10. There is a new and clean shower, bath, laundry and kitchen facility constructed of cinder block providing an excellent storm shelter if needed. It is a Passport America park with a good monthly rate also. This would be a good snow bird, moderate weather stop over park while driving to the Rio Grande valley or Gulf coast. It is not far from both San Antonio and Austin. The lots are spacious, easily accommodating two vehicles and the RV.
This is a fairly nice park, but the management was very rude and condescending to us. They refused to honor the campground membership club that we belong to in spite of the fact that they were listed on the club membership web site as members. While we tried to resolve the issue with the management of the club they became impatient about receiving payment. They at least gave us a discount based on one of the other clubs to which they say they belong. We were in a site next to their garbage bin which was near overflowing when we got there and they never had a pick up during the three days that we were there. They occasionally pushed the garbage tighter in the bin. It stunk! It is too bad because the park itself is OK. The site we were in backed up to a nice wooded area in the back. Hopefully the owners will replace the park managers.
We stayed in this park for one month at $300 for a 30 amp site. These are very long, level grassy sites and very well maintained. Our site easily handled our truck and extra car. There is some highway noise and a railroad track is 1/2 mile away. The railroad has low volume traffic so it is OK. There are gravel roads throughout the park. There is a good open feeling in the park. The managers were friendly and accommodating. Some trailer or boat storage is available in the back of the campground
We stayed for one month for $333 plus electric. The park is under new ownership and management. They are aggressively moving out many old trailers and re-painting, re-planting, repairing and more to bring themselves up in quality. They were making noticeable improvements in the month we were there, but they have a way to go. We would stay there again. They said they will be getting wifi soon. Waterfront sites are for tents only. Very few pull through sites but that might change as they modify.
We stayed here for 3 months because of job requirments with a monthly rate at just under $400 after adding in electricity, which is billed separately, and a surcharge for having a washer and dryer - this is a good rate compared to other near north Atlanta parks. The wifi only works in the locations very near the office. The management is very strict on their rules and signs are all over the park reading no this and no that. Plus they verbally remind you regularly whether you have broken a rule or not. They will not accept mail for you if you have a lengthy stay. But they are nice people otherwise.
This was an OK park for us. The price is an estimate within 2 dollars. No management was on site when we were there; there was a drop box for payment. Our site was level and there were some but not too many trees. We were there only one night, but we would stay again. It has easy access off of interstate 75. There were some obviously long term residents.
Easy in and out from interstate 75 but nothing else was good for us at this park. Our site was not all level and had close trees on both sides causing a lot of trouble with getting in and out of the site. We would not stay at this park again.
We really liked this park. It would be a 10 if they had sewer hook ups. It is located very close to many Ocala area RV dealers. We were referred to the park by the dealer from which we bought our RV. Extremely clean. It is located at the trail head of a popular mountain biking trail.