This park calls itself an RV "resort", but it lacks many features that a true RV resort has. There is no pool or hot tub, and they do not collect trash at your site. The sites are gravel, and the gravel strip is just wide enough for the RV to fit in. When you step out of your rig, you step into the grass. When the grass is rain-soaked, your shoes and socks become soaked by the time you get to your tow vehicle or toad. Most sites have muddy ruts at the entry point, as they did not provide ample turning radius to enter the site without your tires going through the grass. When I phoned for reservations, I informed the lady that we had a 35' 5th wheel. Our assigned site, 73, was so short that our combined rig exceeded the site length. I would have had to park my truck 75 yards away in a parking lot. I called the office, and was told that a longer site was $10 per night extra. After politely reminding the lady that I had just given them $537 for 14 nights, I was reassigned (at no extra charge) to site 66, which was plenty long. The great majority of their sites are VERY short, so be careful when you make reservations that you understand what you are getting. The cable TV signal was weak and noisy, and most of the channels were barely watchable. While the restrooms and laundry were clean, the RV sites leave a lot to be desired.
Had it not been so late when we arrived, we would have continued on. The area outside the park is run down, and we did not feel safe walking around in the evening. The park itself is just a lot with dusty gravel sites. We would not stay there again.
For a KOA park, we were surprised. The overall appearance was neat and tidy. The sites are crushed rock, firm, and fairly level. Be prepared to have a very long sewer hose, as the connection is all the way at the rear end of the site. When we made reservations via the KOA website, they did not mention an extra fee for cable TV. As we first drove in to the Douglas area, we decided to extend our stay at this park. Upon check in, were told that we would have to pay an extra $2 per night to connect to their cable TV outlet at the site. That was a ripoff.
A very nice park, but no-frills. If you don't want your rig covered in pine needles and sap, be sure to ask for a site outside of the "forest". The sites were crushed rock, firm, and fairly level. The restrooms and laundry were nice. We would stay here again.
Many folks are not fortunate to own a shiny newer rig, and don't be surprised if you see rigs here which would be excluded from many parks. But, that did not prevent us from enjoying our stay here. The owners live at the park, and they are a very nice couple. The interior streets and sites are covered with a thick layer of crushed rock. It rained alot during our 5 night stay, and there were some water puddles, but the sites and streets were firm and not muddy. This is a no-frills park, but it is a nice place to use as a base for exploring the area. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a typical KOA: old and run down. The staff was pleasant, and we were lead to our site. I do not mind gravel roads or sites, but these were dust pits. Many large farm trucks speed down the gravel road outside the park, and the dust clouds fill the park. I will not stay here again.
This is a clean, well cared-for park. The staff was very welcoming. This is a no-frills park (no pool, no hot tub, no playground), but it is a great place to stay. The sites are concrete, with decent access. The park is close to the interstate, but noise was not a problem. We would definitely stay here again.
This is the nicest park we have found in Texas. The staff was very friendly, and managed to rearrange some other guests' schedules to enable us to stay at the park for my visit to MD Anderson Cancer Clinic. The sites are concrete and level, and there is ample turning radius for big rigs to enter and exit the site without being in the grass. The pool was heated, which is rare for most parks during March. They pick up trash at your site. The laundry room and public restrooms were immaculate.
We stayed 2 nights at this park in 2008, and it was our first choice as a stop-over for this year's trip to Oregon. This is a very nice park. No pool or hot tub, but the grounds and facilities are spotless. The sites have a great view of the surrounding hills. We will stay here again.
Our rate was based on the purchase of a discount card. The grounds are immaculate, and the staff is very friendly. The only thing keeping us from giving this park a 10 is the absence of recycling bins. We would stay here again.
This is a first-class RV park. Trash and recycling are picked up at your site daily. The staff was very polite, and we were led to our site upon check-in. We are light sleepers, but the noise from the interstate did not bother us at night. Our site, 140, was about midway between the east and west borders of the park. Sites on the east side are close to the interstate. We stayed a week in the park, and will definitely be coming back in the future. For good food and great service, try Shari's (just outside of Durango) and Luigi's (one block from Durango). Asking at the desk will get you permission to wash your rig at your site, but please don't do what our neighbor did. He had obviously driven through snow and slush. When he was through washing his Class A and toad, there were many pounds of road dirt left on the new concrete site pad, which he did not bother to rinse off. When he left the next morning, I hosed off the pad. Being able to wash your rig at your site is rare, and actions like his could spoil it for more considerate RV'ers.
This is a fairly new park, with excellent facilities. Close to I-5, but far enough that you don't hear the traffic. The restrooms and showers were spotless and nicely decorated. Our pull-through site was long enough to remain hitched. My only complaint, and this is minor, is that the park was created on a gentle slope, and all of the sites followed the same slope. They should have leveled the sites.
This is one of the finest RV parks we've stayed in. We were in this park for a week. All of the sites are concrete, and most sites are long enough to remain hitched. The concrete pad of each site is expanded to be a nice patio area. The pool, while not large, was nice and clean. The entire park is immaculate. It was very hot that week, and the voltage stayed at 116 even with all of the A/C's running. The Evergreen Air and Space Museum, home of the Spruce Goose, is close by. We will be staying at this park again someday.
This is a first-class park with excellent facilities. All of the staff members, including those in the on-site restaurant, were very pleasant to deal with. The restrooms and grounds were modern and spotless. We were there 2 nights, and will definitely stay there again.
Our site was in the North Beach section, with a beautiful view of the lake and mountains. The site itself was OK, no complaints. The restrooms were filthy, and looked like they had not been thoroughly cleaned in a long time. Many of the shower + toilet stalls have been vandalized (broken hinges, loose knobs, bent metal walls), and they look like no repairs had been attempted. There were some very shady-looking men around the full-time junker campers, but I didn't feel unsafe while my wife and walked around the camp. This park is in a wonderful setting, and at one time the facilities were probably nice, but a camp that does not repair broken restrooms is not somewhere we will stay at again.