This park is above a 10 rating. One of the best parks that we have stayed in after 30 years of rv'ing around the country. The only downside (and it is minor issue) is there is some highway noise. The check-in staff were very friendly and accommodating. The sites are long and paved as are all of the interior roads. The landscaping is top notch and incorporates the existing vegetation well. We stayed here previously when it was a KOA and decided then that we wouldn't stay there again. However, the transformation is like night and day. We will definitely stay here again and again.
Absolutely great park. Super long sites that will accommodate any length set up. Some of the greatest staff on check-in that we have run across. This is a newer park with plenty of grass, concrete parking pads and patios. The park is also adding more sites. We will definitely stay here again.
This is an older park but kept up well. It made for a good overnight stop. The sites are long enough to keep your toad hooked-up. Interior roads are a bit cramped but maneuverable. Staff informative and helpful upon check-in. We would stay here again.
Nice park for an overnight stay and is very quite. We had a long pull through site and were able to leave our toad hooked-up. The staff were extremely helpful and pleasant upon check-in. Some of the sites are overgrown with weeds but it looks like they are trying to keep on top of it. We would stay here again.
We won't be staying here again. Yes the park is nice and is centrally located with close access to Glacier N.P., and park is kept up well. However, the owner pretty much cares about one thing, money. Works hard at being friendly and comes across that way on the surface but if it comes down to a money issue, such as wanting to get some cash from a credit card to do your laundry, forget about it due to the credit card company charges. If you want to clean your coach’s front window or rinse off the back of your coach, plan on paying $3.00 for it, even though you might at the most use three or four gallons of water. If your plans change and you need to leave early, forget about getting a refund of unused site fees. They don't give refunds. There are several equally as nice campgrounds in the area. While I realize each of these may seem petty, still, it isn't very RV friendly so I will choose to spend my money elsewhere.
This park advertises itself as, "The best rated park in Montana." It very well may have been at one time, but not any longer. Dirt interior roads, highway noise, gravel sites, grass pretty well not green. The staff was friendly at check-in. We probably would stay elsewhere next trip through. In their defense, it was later in the season and appears that the park is well used.
An excellent park. The staff were very friendly and helpful at check-in. The sites in the newer part are concrete pads with length enough for a golf cart, a 40 foot motorhome and a toad. The sites have a large pad adjacent to the parking pad for tables, bbq's, etc. Our site faced the golf course the park is adjacent to. There is plenty of room to maneuver in this park. This park is about 15 miles north of Spokane but close enough for visits/shopping etc. If in the area, we would stay here again.
Okay for an overnight stop and typical for some of the other KOA's we've stayed at. Dirt roads, gravel sites. We had to move from the assigned site due to a tree on either side blocking our slide-outs. Once moved we were fine. Staff friendly at check-in but couldn't give us directions to the park on the telephone, not knowing which way to turn off the freeway. On the river, but is posted as no access.
A nice park in a wooded setting (forget about satellite access here). It reminds us of a State or Federal park. The staff were very nice and helpful at check-in. The roadways are a bit narrow but we didn't have any problems getting to our site. The sites are large and well spaced. We had a full hook-up site and the 30 amp power was a bit on the lower end at a 110 volt with no draw. Running an air conditioner and the electric on the water heater caused the voltage to drop below 103 volt, kicking off my power protection. We will stay here again.
Excellent park but a bit off the beaten track unless you are coming or going to the coast. If you are coming off of Interstate 5, you have to thread your way through downtown Salem. If it weren't for that, I would give it a top rating. That said, we enjoyed our stay here. The park is well maintained and kept clean. The staff were very friendly upon check-in. We would stay here again if we are in the area.
We were staying here during the Mid-State Fair so the campground was full. The area we stayed in was gravel and there was very limited space between the units as well as people allowed to park their vehicles partially on the access road making it difficult to navigate. That said, this is a very well maintained park with some very nice sites. We will stay here again, hopefully not when there is a big function going on in the area.
Convenient to Sonoma County and the San Francisco Bay area. We've stayed here before, but this is our last trip. The foliage is overgrown and I had to request that the trees in our site be trimmed before I could open up our slides. At about 7 p.m our neighbor started his generator, even though he was in a full hook-up site. At about 9:00 p.m. I called the office to complain and the staff just blew me off saying that there was no prohibition on running a generator until "quiet" hours. So paying $60 to sit in a full hook-up overgrown dirt site and listening to a generator isn't our idea of relaxation. The individual did turn the generator off prior to 10:00 p.m. and then hooked up to the electricity. There is also lack of parking controls in this park so people were allowed to park almost blocking the access roads making it difficult to navigate.
Clean older park. The check-in staff were very friendly and helpful. We stayed in a 30 amp site towards the back of the campground and my hardwired voltage/surge protector kept kicking off. I checked the power and it was running at between 102 and 107 volts. I wound up disconnecting the power for the night. The check-out staff were apologetic and reduced my fees to the non-hookup rate, and indicated they weren't aware of low voltage issues. It may have just been the one site, but it was aggravating. We would stay here again, but I will be checking the line voltage.
A rather nice desert park with well developed foliage. We've stayed here numerous times as it is convenient for us based on our traveling style. The sites are long and level. This trip in, we had a rather large and noisy group several sites down, but they did quieten down at the appropriate time. The check in staff were friendly, and this park is well kept up. We will stay here again.
We really liked this campground. It is quite a ways out of town to the east, and is adjacent to a truck stop, so there is some noise here. The sites are very long and very well spaced. Easy access to both the campground and the sites. No Verizon data access here so if you have a computer, you will need to avail yourself of the free WiFi. Extremely nice staff. We enjoyed our stay and would consider staying here for a period during the winter.
Rude staff at check. I think the lady just normally has a bad day (all the time). That said, they were very accommodating for our needs. We decided to extend one day and the site was already reserved for someone else. They were very helpful in changing around several reservations to let is stay in the same spot, and apologized for the first lady. They have several laundry facilities that are kept up well. Good location for exploring the area. We will stay here again.
Easy access, adequate parking of extra or tow vehicle. This campground also has permanent units in it for "snowbirds." Sites were gravel but well kept. Staff was courteous. This campground is centrally located and has easy access from the freeway. Would stay here again and would consider staying part of the winter here.
Decent park with friendly staff. Centrally located and easy access from the freeway. Only downside is that there are several units that are permanently parked and their site detracts from the park. Owners are cleaning up this problem. Besides that, this is a great park. If we are in the area, we will stay here again.
Okay park for an overnight. Friendly staff on check-in. I asked for a satellite friendly site with 50 amp. They had one left. When we set up, I was not able to get a Sat signal due to the trees. I "mentioned" it to the manager and just got a vacant stare. He did come and clip a couple of branches that were rubbing on the side of our coach. Upon getting ready to vacate the site, they did come and look at the overhanging branches with what appeared to be the idea of opening the site up. We were here in May and everything is sprouting and growing so perhaps during the summer and fall, and after "yardwork" is done, the sites will again be satellite friendly. This is an older park with very tight spaces. I doubt we will stay here again.
Friendly staff on check-in. This park is older, but well maintained. I was able to select the site that fit our needs. The sites were a bit close, but we were able set up without problems. Would stay here again.
This is an ex-KOA campground. Older but well kept up. The staff were friendly and helpful. The assigned site was a bit cramped and too short for us, but we made do. The nose of our 5th wheel did stick out into the roadway a bit so that was a worry. We had to wait for another site to vacate before we could leave due to the cramped quarters. The campground is out of the way if you are traveling Higway 80. We would stay again if in the area and needed an overnight place.
A relatively new and well kept park. Well worth the TL rating. If I had to cite one negative, the lady at the front desk was very nice and helpful but got really confused when I wanted to extend my stay two nights. Other than that, an exceptional park and would stay here again if in the area.
Small park located near the port. Cramped with tight turns, the spaces are small and close together. Parking for a toad or towing vehicle is very limited. The park is partially filled with park models. Staff very friendly and helpful. Park is clean and well maintained. Compared to the rest of the parks in the immediate area, this appears to be the best one. Not a good place to bring children as there is little to do in the park. Would stay here again for a one nighter but it is definitely not a distination park.
Nice quite park with extremely friendly and helpful staff. Interior street corners are a bit tight for maneuvering, but the sites are paved, level and sufficiently roomy with plenty of spaces between them. Well maintained park. Would stay here again.
Sites were gravel and relatively level. This park has the potential to be a nice summer destination with a lot of activities for the children. It was raining and cold when we arrived so didn't get a chance to look around too much. Staff were friendly and helpful. One nice plus is free garbage pick-up at your site. Would stay here again when passing through.
Conveniently located directly off of I-80 in West Sacramento. Friendly and helpful staff. Most sites are gravel, with a few paved. Some freeway noise, but not unbearable. Park is clean and well maintained. Only negatives we observed were 1) even though the park was only partially full, the check-in staff could have done a better job of leaving at least one space between people currently there and new arrivals. 2) even though the rules state that you are not to drive or walk through empty sites, the staff ignore those rules. This is rather irritating when you have the door open and are watching TV or other activities. This is especially annoying when you travel with small dogs as they get excited and like to "protect" the homestead.
As others have said, there is a lot of concrete there. The staff are friendly and helpful. The landscaping is fairly new and immature but will be a welcome addition. The sites are decently sized although a bit close together. WIFI is there and free, but a bit temperamental. Will stay there again on the way through.
Have stayed here a number of times while passing through. Staff are friendly and upon check-in, they normally have cookies for you. Sites are a bit cramped and maneuvering around the back corners can be a challenge for large rigs. Some attention to the landscaping would raise my rating. What grass there is - isn't. I would stay here again as it is well located and easy to get into and out of from the freeway.
Stayed here for a week in June, 2007. Staff friendly. Sites decently spaced and easy to get in to. Clean campground. Only one in town. Would be good for an overnight or a bit longer stay. If passing through, would stay here again.
The only reason I rated this campground an 8 (instead of a 10) is due to the lack of sewer hookups, but they do have a dump area and a free to use roll around for dumping your rig. Staff indicated that there will be full hookups by next year. The staff is exceptionally friendly. We have business occasionally in Reno and have tried all the campgrounds in the area. This is, by far, the friendliest and quietest one we have found. Reno is a bit of a drive, but not a bad one. We will definitely stay here again.
Nice campground with friendly staff. Sites were roomy and easy to access. Although we stayed here during the off-season and weather was wet and cold, the site drained well with no standing water. Will definitely come back during the summer months as this resort will be an excellent vacation destination.
Campground has been improved over the past number of years. Sites are a bit cramped and, in the area we stayed, all paved. Easy to access the site. Close to highway noise. Staff friendly, but charged for extra person, even though there were only two in our party. Good overnight stop.
Nice quite park close to town. Easy access from/to Interstate 5. Staff are exceptionally friendly. Sites are long enough, but entering and exiting most sites is a bit cramped due to narrow roadways with some long term folks parking close to the roadway. We make it a point to stay here when we travel through, or have business in, the Redding area.
Small park. All gravel sites. Utilities at back end of sites so come prepared. Sites are roomy. The park is excellently located, close to the beach and town. Beach is within walking distance. Friendly staff. Would stay here again.
Very friendly staff. Sites are easy to access and plenty big enough. Some shade trees. Graveled spaces with concrete parking pad. Upper parts of park give good views of the towns of Laughlin and Bullhead City as well as the Colorado River. Have stayed here before and they seem to be continually improving the facilities. Will definitely stay here again.
Friendly staff upon check in. Sites a bit cramped but adequate. Close to freeway noise. Gravel sites with paved patio area. Utilities are at the back end of each site so come prepared. Semi-permanent residence friendly/helpful. We were here for a week and would stay here again on our way through.
The sites designated for their members are decent and roomy. The sites designated for C2C and other memberships are the typical back in sites that leave little room for anything. The hook-ups and sewer connections are at the back of all sites, so plan ahead. There are no picnic tables. Unless this is your "home" camp, or you're a Western Horizon (WH) member, expect arrogant, abrupt, and rude treatment, especially if you are staying in the "low rent" rows assigned to C2C and other memberships. The only decent person I ran into was the one that was trying to sell me a Western Horizon membership. You are referred to this person to finish up the registration process when you check in if are not a WH member. The park "hosts" are less than helpful and quick to call you on it if you violate (even unknowingly) their park rules. However, it seems to be okay for them to ignore those same rules. My reservation was fouled up when I arrived, and continued to be fouled up. I was assigned a site and when I went to occupy it, it was already occupied. I returned to the office and after some amount of discussions (not quite an argument) about that site being empty, I was assigned the site next to it. The people occupying the first site were not scheduled to leave for a week. I was scheduled to leave on the 5th and one of the “hosts” came knocking on the 2nd at 11:10 a.m. (check out is 11:00 a.m.) and asked me why I hadn’t vacated my site. I am glad that the WHO chain is opting out of C2C and RAP so they can "make more room for their own". I would definitely not stay here again, even if I had the opportunity. Arrogant snobs, is the best term I can come up with.
Camped there using Coast to Coast. Absolutely the rudest staff I have run across in my travels. In my opinion, they have elevated rudeness to an art form. Some areas of the campground are just okay. The Coast to Coast part is a gravel area with no shade. This one is crossed out of my places to stay.