Very long pull-throughs. But if they were full you'd be very cozy with your neighbor. The price is right for an overnight stop. Wi-Fi was above average. I would stay here again. Eat at the Wayside Cafe. Very friendly people and great food!
I was trying to think of something that would keep me from rating this park a 10. I couldn't think of anything. The sites are very wide, nestled among pine trees. Easy pull-throughs. The Wi-Fi is about average. There is a Bryce shuttle stop out front. It is a wonderful place to stay. I would definitely stay here again.
The only thing this park doesn't have is shade. The sites are wide. You have your space, a concrete pad next to it with a picnic table and you park your vehicle on the other side of the pad. It's about twice the space of a regular RV park site. Wi-Fi is the best we've ever had. The pool and hot tub were great! It has basic cable. It's convenient to historical St George. I would stay here again.
We had no problem leveling our trailer. The pines everywhere are wonderful. Easy to get in and out of the pull-through sites. Decent space between sites. It has everything we need. But it doesn't have Wi-Fi or TV. But you don't come to the North Rim for that anyway.
This is a nice park right next to Lake Powell. There is a beach across the street. With the water level so low, it is a pretty good walk. Concrete pads, decent space between sites. It had everything we look for. It was quiet when we were here in September. I bet it could get loud in the summer depending on your neighbors. I would stay here again.
This is a nice, clean, quiet park on the North side of Flagstaff. It's 5 miles to downtown and only 35 miles to Sedona. There is grocery and gas within a mile. The rate is the AAA rate including tax. I think we had the only space that didn't have shade in the afternoon. There are lots of shade trees. We would stay here again.
This park is OK for a onenighter. The grounds could use some work. The staff is friendly. You only have to negotiate the underpass tunnel when you arrive from the South. The tunnel is 13' 3" high and almost as wide. There is plenty of room on both sides of the tunnel to turn and get lined up before you enter. I would stay here again.
This is a nice place to stop for a night or two. The sites are wide with a little patch of grass. A 40x80 enclosed grass dog run is nice. Staff was very friendly. The sites are fairly level gravel. Check out the Pioneer Museum in Douglas. It has some interesting old-west pieces.
The location is what makes this park. But it is nice nonetheless. Nice shade trees and some grass. A decent amount of space between sites. My only complaint is the website said our space had the best views of Devils Tower in the park. I paid a few dollars extra. But our view was blocked by trees. All in all a nice experience. I would stay here again if I ever get back to this remote part of Wyoming.
A very quiet place. It's about 4 miles from Custer, but worth it for the quiet. Lots of grassy space between sites. I'm glad I took the time to find it. The owners are very friendly. I would stay here again.
This a nice stopover on our drive from Albuquerque to Denver. The staff was very friendly. The pull thru sites had plenty of room. The water/electric only sites aren't as spacious and they don't have cable or Wi-Fi. I would stay here again.
The best park we've stayed at. Lots of room between sites. Lots of trees. It's nice to have this oasis in town. Showers cost a buck for 6 minutes. We had a pull-through. But the back-in sites looked pretty easy to get into. We have family nearby. So we'll definitely be back.
We made plans at the last minute and this was the only decent-rated park "near" Denver. It is OK. But there is a lot of noise -- freeway traffic, trains, planes. We've stayed near the highway before. But for some reason this place was much louder. Staff was friendly. The roads are a bit tight, but manageable. I wouldn't stay here again unless we couldn't find something in the metro area.
The rate is the Good Sam rate. This is a nice park convenient to everything in Bartlesville. The road into the park was easy to drive. The pull-thru's were easy to get in/out. Some of the sites looked a little close, but not bad. The staff was very friendly. We were escorted to our site. We have family in Bartlesville and will stay here again.
The nicest place we've stayed. It would be hard to top this. Very rural in the middle of the city. The staff is very friendly. Some sites are close to each other. Most of them are very spacious. We stayed in a pull-through, but the backins are very wide. I think it would be easy to get into them. Lots of trees and grass. You can reserve online. The directions seem to have a lot of turns. But it was very easy to get to. We will stay here again.
Of the 3 parks we stayed at in the Albuquerque area, this is the nicest. It has paved roads and concrete pads. The people were extremely friendly. The continental breakfast was a good. Wi-Fi seemed to come and go. But we were in the newer part of the park (the 200s) furthest from the office. There is free cable. The showers have a private dressing area outside each shower. It is about 5 miles to the nearest gas and shopping. The highway noise seemed louder at this park than one on the other side of the highway for some reason. It may have been because we were closer to the front of the park. It cost about $10 more than another park we stayed at nearby. But if you need the extra amenities, it's worth it.
We stayed in one of the premium sites. For an exta 6 bucks it seemed worth it for the extra space. Lots of amenities nearby: Home Depot, WalMart, a casino. I wouldn't stay here again because you only get 4 hours of internet free. Then it is 4 dollars a day.
An older park, but it is kept nice. Internet is slow but connects eventually. The spaces have plenty of room, and they are all pull throughs. Park is convenient to I-40, but the noise is not bad. It's about 5 mi to nearest stores and gas. It is a quiet, friendly place. We stayed 5 nights and would stay here again.