We stayed here for several nights while visiting wine country. The RV park is very nice - paved roads, concrete (strip) sites, nice little pool, clean bathrooms and pay (yes, pay...) showers. One quarter gets you 5 min. We've never stayed in an RV park this nice that makes you pay for a shower. We didn't use, just found it odd. We were given site #23. The green space is VERY narrow, as is #24 and #25. These sites are the narrowest in the entire row. Unfortunately when we checked in it was after hours and the office was closed, so we set up anyway. Not wanting to move our unit, we stayed as they were nice enough to NOT put anyone in #24 while we were there, just be aware your neighbors slide could be infringing on your chair/table space. The staff was friendly though not overly. We did ask about our space and was told that when we called to reserve they ask specific questions about length/size (we answered them appropriately). Not to be negative as it was a nice park, we enjoyed the pool, the close wine stops (Vintner's Village is a must!). Just ask for another site if you've got a big rig. We'd stay here again. It's nice, right off the freeway, and home to a rest area at the same exit where you can get McD's, Starbucks, fuel, and other luxuries from a rest area no less. The local wineries are a must do/see. We'll be back, Washington wines are worth another visit.
This is a very quiet park. We stayed here for two nights for $39/nite in #105. Long with plenty of room for 5’er and truck (with room to spare). There are a lot of sites, but you hear almost no one. Trees everywhere, and sections of the park are at different levels. Very peaceful. WiFi is Excellent! First RV Park we’ve been in this trip (6-7 weeks) where the WiFi works fabulously! Cable TV works great, too. Bathrooms are clean though older/outdated. The showers have good water pressure though the stalls are very small with very low shower heads. Only negative would be the showers. Gravel drives, gravel sites, that are level and long. Nice wide green space. We'd stay here again if in the area and they upgraded their showers.
This is a very nice park. It's probably one of the cleanest, and tidiest we've stayed in. Excellent customer service by the staff. The roads and sites are gravel, though not soft gravel, this is firm compacted gravel that puts up no dust and makes for easy walking. The sites are level and long. The best dog park - not fenced in but big green grassy areas for your dog to roam and play. In fact they encourage you to take your dogs on their green green grass (you almost feel guilty)! The Yellowstone River is right next to the park. We're not fishing people, so can't tell you about that, but this river was full and moving fast when we were here. The bathrooms, showers are plentiful and immaculately clean as is the laundry room. You can tell the owners/staff take pride in making sure everything is clean and well cared for. Much like other parks, the WiFi is not reliable (at all). Our Verizon worked so so, and so between Yellowstone NP and the RV park sort of lost contact with the outside world for awhile (and that's not necessarily a bad thing.). A couple of things about the area. The park is right off the Hwy 89 to Yellowstone NP and it moves fast -- 70 mph!, and it's 35 miles before you get to the park. Just be prepared to move fast and watch for frequent fliers getting to/from the NP. Otherwise, enjoy this RV park it's very nice!
We're here for one night as we head down to Livingston. This is nice park, off the freeway, so little noise. The grass is green, the sites are large, wide, gravel, and (somewhat) level. The restrooms are Very clean, looking forward to a shower in the morning before we head down the road. Tonight we were treated to a concert by a local duo in the meeting room with an ice cream social following. Very comfortable park, very clean, lots of flowers (annuals), and couples walking their dogs in the evening. We'd definitely stay here again, as it's west of Missoula, so not down in the town hubbub. There's another park (Jellystone) across the road, but WAY (way!) too many kids for us.
This is a nice tree filled RV park. Feels more like you're in a campground then an RV park. There are several pull through sites that are gravel, tho wide and long. We were in #2 and were under several trees (none bothering the slides) and had plenty of room for our 38' 5'er and F350 to park. The grass side lots are wide and green. But do be on the lookout for underground sprinklers, they do come on. Plenty of dog walking space, but no fenced dog run, which is fine for our old pooch. There are showers and bathrooms, which were clean but basic. There is a laundry, but only one washer and one dryer. Looked like they've been there for a long time, and getting them to work was spotty. The downside to this park is the noise. The RV park is nestled off I-90 amongst trees like mentioned, but the entrance is right behind a Mobile gas station//store which is used FREQUENTLY all day and all night. There are lots of cars, trucks, delivery trucks et al getting gas or groceries (which the store is convenient for the RV'ers). If you love jake brake noise, then you'll love it here. And there's train noise too - during the day and in the wee early hours. The staff while friendly appear like the RV park is more of an 2nd income to them and the store is bigger business. Helpful but not real knowledgeable of things in the park (for example when the washer didn't work, they had to wait until the owner came in the next day. And asking about the irrigation system when it came on -- they didn't know). There is WiFi but you have to ask for the password, but it's not that they won't give it to you, they just don't offer it up as they're waiting on customers in the store. But don't count on it for much - shuts off quite frequently. All in all we would stay here again if in the area. Although for this recently retired couple, coming to see Coeur d'Alene in the summer is a not-going-to-happen-again kind of trip. We'll pick another season. There are way too many people in CDA, the lake is packed with young kids (reminded us of "spring break" in the south). If you like that kind of scene then you'll love it here. For us it was just too many kids/people.
Very nice park - very green (grass) park, albeit it is northern Oregon (on the coast) so you'd expect green. Wide, easy access (in/out) gravel sites with concrete strips. No picnic tables unless you upgrade (not necessary for us). WiFi and cable worked fine when we needed it. The owners were very hospitable and friendly. Our son and grandson came with us, and for a couple of bucks a night they had free rein in the park. The golf course is gorgeous, unfortunately we didn't use because of other activities going on, though my hubby would've used it if we'd had the time. This is a nice park, beautiful site. There is a noisy (somewhat) road, but didn't bother us. There is a bathroom and a separate shower are extremely nice and big, but (and it's a slight but....) if the park was full, you'd be waiting in line to use. Lots of room, extremely clean. We will come here again - very nice park.
This is an excellent park. Very clean, paved roads, concrete pads, nice picnic tables. Wide, long level sites. The showers/restroom, laundry facilities are spotless and well maintained. The office staff is beyond friendly and extremely helpful with the surrounding areas, things to do and where to shop, etc. We have a very old black lab and she settled into her bed and space quite easily. Didn't have any issues with dog restrictions. If you like to ride bikes, this is the place! The Evergreen Aviation Museum is only a wheat field away via a paved bike path that takes off right from the RV park. Lots of places to entertain your grandkids (ours is 7) with basketball court, playground, pool. One of our favorite parks we've stayed in. We'll be back and highly recommend!
I'm writing this review on my iPhone because the Internet doesn't work. We went to the office and staff is very nice and refunded our $2 for WiFi. Disappointed as we can't plan our next route. The positives about this park. Easy access even if a couple miles off freeway. Sites are level but tight. One way in/out which always frustrates my hubby. Bathrooms are very clean and secure. Spa was nice, though we didn't use it. Green grass and nice trees. Always a plus! Cable works great although we wouldn't be watching TV if we could be on Internet. Sigh.
What a nice refreshing tree-filled RV park! There's Green real grass with very nice picnic tables. Trees everywhere, lots of shade, and sun if you want it. The bathrooms are in a building with 3 separate rooms each including a toilet, sink, shower with lots of room to move around. Haven't used them yet, but sure we won't be disappointed. Directly off I-84, easy on/off access. The RV park has wide roads, nice wide, level gravel sites. Service has been very friendly. Too bad we're only here one night. We'll definitely come back.
This is a flat gravel parking lot. No landscaping whatsoever. This park is nothing to write home about and it's Not a destination park. It's expensive for what you're getting. We stayed for two nights, so we could see Flaming Gorge. Positives are it's close to the freeway and sites are flat and level (all gravel). We have a privacy fence that keeps us somewhat away from our neighbors. The transient traffic is kept away from the long-term residents (long-term is in the back of the park), which is nice. The front office staff were friendly and helpful. The restrooms are showers are very clean and close. If we came through Rock Springs again, we'd likely stay simply because of it's convenience, but then again, we'd travel a little further and find one with more personality.
We stayed here for 5 nights. This is an "OK" park. Nothing to write home about. The pads are level, but the sites are not. The outside space is on a slope and it's nothing but weeds/prairie dog mounds, so any sitting outside is almost not do-able. You need to be creative with chair placement. The picnic tables are in desperate need of refurbishing. The roads (although being graded while we were there) are dusty/sandy and dirty. Walking in anything less then shoes/socks leaves your feet dusty/dirty. The showers/bathrooms/pool from our site G-1 is a hike, though once you get there, are nice. It's too expensive for what you're getting in return. Unfortunately, it's the only RV park in town that would fit our RVl and our kids live in town, so we'll be back.
Stayed here for one night. We came from Dallas and glad we had input the address into our GPS. The sign off Hwy. 84 is small, and comes quick. The drive into the KOA is between tall greenery and yes we would've missed it if it weren't for our trusty GPS. It's rained all weekend (apparently), so there's lots of puddles of water, but in the dry SW, rain is always welcome. The WiFi is fast! The cable is fine for us - some channels via antenna. The pull-thru sites are long and big enough for our 36' RV. Diesel was close-by for an early departure in the morning. When we travel through Lubbock again, we'll stay. It's easy and convenient.
This is NOT a resort - it's an RV campground. It's got great in/out access from I-35 and it's close to family so we stayed. There are ALOT of full-timers here, and very few spots are open for transient travelers. The pool which we used yesterday was VERY warm (yes it's TX), but can't imagine what it would feel like in July or August. The bottom of the pool was dirty (leaf grime), like it hadn't been cleaned in sometime. We asked for a pull-thru in our reservation (well ahead of time) - did not get it. Our back in site is gravel and has weeds, sticks, cigarette butts, and miscellaneous bits of little litter from past guests. There are trees though, which provides shade for some of the RVs. The park is relatively quiet, only hear some of the freeway noise, but we're back in a ways. Disappointed that Good Sam gives this a 9.5 -10 - 9 rating - no way it should be rated that high. I didn't use but toured the shower/bathrooms - clean - but old and outdated and very small. My hubby said the men's was worse. Shower floors are cracked and have graying plastic liners that are showing age. He doesn't frequently show his disappointment, but he said he's letting Good Sam know that this RV Park needs a new review. Other posters have said the management is working on revitalizing this park - hmmm, maybe, though didn't see much signs of it during the week we were here.
We stayed here for a few nights while visiting family, which was conveniently close for that specific purpose. It's an okay park, certainly not what I would call a resort. Gravel service, spaces are tight, but we were fortunate to have a nice long spot for easy pull in/out. The entrance is good, but if you're coming from the west on Hwy. 60 it's a tight turn so it's best to go down to the Lowe's turn around and make the turn from the east. There are some permanent residents here (construction/oilfield workers), and the park is sort of divided into an older area and a more transient area for the few day stay-ers. One thing I would say, is the park is designed sort of funky. It's got RV's parking all which ways, at angles, some butt right up against one another. On the good side, we were escorted to our site, the space worked for us, the staff was friendly, the pool open (we didn't use). If we come to visit family again, we'll likely stay. Oh, and there is a nice paved path (Pathfinder Parkway Bird Trail) that would've been great for our bikes (if we'd brought them!), so we took a long walk. (Google the walking path, it's great!)
This is an OK overnight stay - easy in /out, and OK for $27, but should've been better. No cable, but WiFi works fine. Right next to freeway with lots of noise, but there aren't a lot of choices between here and there. We are sitting out in a grassy field, dog on her bed sleeping, so it must be OK. If I look right I see a whole lotta grassy field to the right, if I look left, I see I-40. It's really not that bad and most of all it's quiet except for the road noise. Most here are one-nighters just wanting to relax for a few hours before they hit the road again. It works. We're here and comfortable.
We stayed one night. It's a poorly maintained RV park -- poor roads, glass shards (broken beer bottles), cig butts, beer caps scattered everywhere, though site was level. First site we pulled into have a dog barking through the (permanent) neighbors screen, so we asked to move. Also, the pull-thru's are set up so each rig opens to your neighbor (i.e., front door to front door). The showers/bathrooms are old (very old), though clean, but did not use. The office while efficient was more like we were bothering them. It was quiet at night, though there are a lot of folks who live here full-time who have dogs, who bark. And as others have said, some very old shabby rigs here. Wouldn't recommend, though for $15, we survived. Cable was good and Wi-Fi worked well. For a quick overniter, it worked, but wouldn't come back again.
This is a nice RV park. Very friendly staff. Well laid out with wide roads (gravel) and level and long pull-through sites. We originally planned on staying 2 nights to visit the caverns, but due to a water leak (ugh!) had to cut our trip short, so only able to stay one night. The office staff was more then accommodating on refunding our $$ for the 2nd night (and then some!). Everyone tried to help with mobile RV techs (unfortunately they were all just busy). We decided to pack up and head to ABQ the next morning and hit Camping World for the fix. We were very impressed with this KOA (for a lot of reasons). Yes, it's gravel and can be a little dusty (what isn't in NM?...we're all dusty here). The sites were wide and long with easy peazy pull-in and being shown to our site just makes it much better. There are a few trees and grass between sites. There was no "smell" as others have stated. We were very comfortable here, and will definitely be back; especially, for the BBQ dinner. We hear it's good! Thanks for a "short" stay. Can't wait to come back soon!