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09/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
New ownership as of 5 days ago. Sites are grass/gravel and a ours was unlevel. Easy I-80 access, full h/u, long pull through sites. Very friendly staff, campground clean. Would stay here again as an overnight or two but wouldn't consider it a destination park.
09/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Park appears to be pretty new. Well maintained with level concrete pads with concrete patio. Our site was 1 away from the main building and our internet connection was good. Disappointed in that for the money it was very basic: no picnic tables, no activities. However, it had facilities for rallys, family reunions, etc.
04/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Friendly management on property. Close to Mammoth Cave and other tourist attractions. Rated 7 because the sites were gravel and somewhat small and unlevel. Access to the campground and to many sites is close for big rigs. On a very positive side was the Wi-Fi which WORKED PERFECTLY at our site and was fast. The campground is about 2 1/2 miles west on Hwy 70 (narrow, two lane) from I-65. We stayed with our Escapees membership for 50% for 2 nights. Will definitely stay here again if on our route.
03/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
All roads paved; sites concrete with concrete patio. Fairly new park. On-site restaurant; on-site RV repair (didn't use). Offers discounts with Jewels network. Negative is the drive into Amarillo, about 10 miles. Helpful staff.
03/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Cactus RV is on the site of a 1950's tourist court. Some of the old units are still standing, but not usable. Park is gravel and dirt (eastern NM), but clean. Management was very helpful. Wiring, plumbing looked to be pretty new. Everything worked as it should. We used the park for an overnight, but would use them again.
02/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Friendly desert park with gravel roads and sites. Nice club house with tables, TV, etc. Scheduled activities. Park is on main street so traffic is heavy during the winter season. Large public laundry next door. Grocery store and restaurant across street. Near Gem Mineral club and QIA building. Great location for the Quartzsite shows and activities. Internet was a bit swishy washy. Paid a monthly rate plus electric. Would stay here again.
01/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
We spent a month here so paid a monthly rate plus electric cost. Close to Quartzsite for the RV Show but away from the maddening crowds. Friendly park with some meals and activities available. Very large, level gravel sites. Lots of desert riders with quads. Will probably go back next year.
01/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
We used Passport America for the $10 rate. Some apparent long term parking; management on site. We used it for overnight on way to Phoenix. Did not have to disconnect. Restaurant had good food (burgers, dogs, BBQ, etc. Friendly staff.
04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Whitney Lane RV is a friendly rural park. It is only about 4 miles from Harding College in Searcy AR, which is north of Little Rock. There is a pipeline being installed in the area and many of the campers here are workers. All occupied sites were neat. There were no poorly maintained RVs in the campground. He still maintains some short term sites. Although there is no playground or swimming pool, I did see several children in the park as well as many small dogs. Sites have concrete runner pads with a concrete patio. The interior roads are gravel. Owner lives across the street. There are trees but many are still young. The laundry room was clean and well maintained. We were here to visit relatives in the area and will definitely stay here again.
03/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
Beautiful campground with Gulf beach area, great playgrounds, lots of trees and wildlife. Friendly hosts and staff. It's very clean. Several dump stations are available. Would definitely stay here again.
10/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Swan Creek is an RV Manufactured/Mobile home community on Hwy 31 in Tanner, AL (suburb of Huntsville, AL). It has easy access and about 6 pull through spots near the highway for short-term parking. We've been in those spots before and didn't have any road noise to speak of. This visit put us farther into the community on a large lot with trees, concrete patio and well maintained grass. The staff is Southern Hospitality personified. We were led to our spot, directed in backing into the space, and help with setting up utilities. The laundry facility is very clean and has reasonable pricing. There is a large club house with pool table and nice chairs. Very kid friendly - Halloween wiener roast and hay ride before trick/treat time. Discounts for weekly or longer stays.
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