This is the best kept park I ever stayed in. The staff was knowledgeable and helpful. There is a small creek which is nice at the back of the park. The sites are large and have easy access. This one is a great park and on my do again list!
This is a beautiful park nestled in the trees along the river. The park is about 3 miles from Leavenworth but is easily accessible by even larger MHs. Sites are well kept but only a few are along the river. Staff is friendly and helpful, cable TV is OK. Wi-Fi was weak and Verizon was usable but not strong. The park has mostly level sites and is beautifully kept. We would stay here again and is by FAR the best RV park in the area. Sites are spaced well and a staff member helped us navigate into our site. A gem nestled in the trees.
As the previous poster stated, there are two areas to camp. RVs with slide-outs are NOT recommended for the few RV spaces in the Hotel parking lot area. The newer park has a more room, level sites and a nice space to walk dogs. The casino shuttle does come when you call and the park kisok check-in using a credit card is very easy. I believe you can get a discount if you take your receipt and your Players Card to the desk inside the casino. No bathrooms/showers so you must be self-contained. The dump site is at an awkward angle but usable. We have stayed here over the years for an overnight while in transit. Nothing fancy but solid power, water and Verizon signal.
Excellent overnight stop. Verizon was VERY strong. Pull-through sites for the most part with lots of room between them. Great dog walk area. It is not fancy but very clean, level gravel sites with easy access on and off the freeway and in the park. Staff was very helpful. Only reason for a 9 was that some of sites are very close to the front area where the trucks and dry campers move in and out so not so quiet on that end. Our site was away and very quiet. We will stop here again.
For an urban park, this is a great place to stay while in Anaheim. We have been here before and will return in the future. While there is some freeway noise when outside, we heard zero inside the RV. The park is not located on a busy street, but a quiet side street. The staff was superb in assisting with information, purchasing of Disney tickets, and any kind of assistance we needed. Muffins, coffee and a newspaper were provided every day. The shuttle to Disney works very well and 65 up get a three day pass for $5, otherwise is $15. The shuttle bus has it's first pickup to Disney and the first drop off here. Sites are level, park is kept spotless and sites are ample for all slides to be out. Grass for the dogs and a safe place to stay. We'll be back!
Thousand Trails members rate. Park is in a beautiful setting, but the drive in is a bit difficult as it is over very steep large hills from 101 northbound and then ends via a very narrow access road with corners so tight they have mirrors mounted to see around the corner! Luckily no traffic coming out as we went in. Most of the park is tiered with lots of tall grass, hills and trees surrounding dirt and gravel sites. VERY quiet and peaceful. 30 amp electric is steady, good water and we got strong Direct TV with no issue. Verizon was very marginal but with my signal booster got out fine. We would come here again. This is about 24 miles out of Santa Barbara; a slow, curvy drive to be sure. No quarrel with park itself.
Nice park layout with easy access for big rigs. Lots of room for slides. Is well kept and staff was helpful even though very busy. Park was absolutely full with others like us headed to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. Easy access to propane refill at the entrance. Park is away from the freeway and was very quiet. We did not use the amenities as were here only for an overnight stop. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park and the staff was excellent. Large sites with easy access for large rigs. We had a space overlooking the highway so has a fair amount of road noise. Views of the Moab Rim were amazing. Only a few sites had shade. Lots of sheltered tent spaces available as well as the RV sites. Onsite cabins are also there. Some trees and grass but not at our site in the "front" row. Great electric and water. Owner provides Jeep tours for a fee - was a wonderful experience and very well done. We would stay here again even with the road noise.
Was an overnight stop. Lots of long term residents and some of them were racing gas powered remote controlled cars around in front of us. Sites were side by side but large enough but power was a bit iffy at our site. Was quiet at night and was an OK overnight stop. Passport Rate was $15. Staff was helpful but the park had zero amenities of any kind and one set of garbage bins for all. Would maybe stay here again in a pinch.
Very nice park for a quick stop. Our site, and many of them, do start to tip down at the front of the site, otherwise I would have rated it a ten for what it is. Amenities can be used at the hotel but it is two blocks away, a short walk or shuttle ride away. Quiet park, great walking area and dog run. Staff was helpful and very nice. All sites are open with no screening in between. Easy to find as the entrance is right on Highway 101 but the park is very quiet at night. We will stay there again.
Smaller park with lots of permanent residents who had many unattended and barking dogs. Spaces were narrow, all dirt and gravel and some areas of the park could pose a challenge for larger RV's. Most sites are under trees. Office had a gas station onsite and most of the items in the store were covered in dust: not a great first impression. Got zero information from the gal in the office about the park or the area. Was quiet and close to the freeway. OK for an overnight in a pinch.
A rather expensive place to stay for what we got. This is a small park and rather tight getting in to most back in sites. Some sites do not seem very level. Trees complicate the backing in as well an narrow roads. This is on a hill and sites feel close together. Cable TV only got a few channels, many less than the park says on their brochure, but Wi-Fi was strong and free. OK for a night or two but not sure I would choose here again.
Rate is Passport America - available for a 2 nights stay. Campground is close to Amana but in a country setting. Sites are level, large, large grassy area between sites. All sites are pull throughs but when crowded, you would have someone backed in right behind you as they are all set up as dual sites. Dirt/gravel access roads. Easy access for large rigs. Sites are level, good free WiFi, and strong electric. Staff was very helpful even escorting us to our site and had lots of locals information for us. Would stay here again.
End of the season stay. As always, pricey KOA prices but a well maintained park with nice large spaces. No cable TV and a 30 amp site. Good for a quiet overnight close to I90 and just east of Albert Lea town.
An out in the country, out of the noise, beautiful little park. Easy access from I-90. Tree coverage over most of the park, no TV and limited sites with satellite sky access if that is important to you. Friendly, helpful staff. Easy long pull through site for my 38'MH and car. Level sites and while it has limited amenities, a great country overnight stop.
This is a nice park with easy access from I-90 and into the park. Sites are all pull through, gravel with grass separating them, and have no obstructions for multiple slides. Easy 2 block walk to Wall Drug. Sites are level, services electric and water strong, and park has a few trimmed small trees. Biggest and nicest dog run we have yet encountered. Wi-Fi is the strongest of any park ever stayed at and is free. Stay was extremely helpful and nice. A for sure stop if in the area again.
We were here in a very quiet time. Few campers here and was blissfully peaceful, away from I-90 but easy, close access. This is a well maintained park with very friendly and helpful staff. Only reason to not give it a 10 was the off and on Wi-Fi access. Verizon was strong here and so used my MiFi. Would definitely stay here again.
This was off season rates. The restaurant was closed as was the pool and the onsite gift shop was well shopped out. Sites are wide and level, lots of grass and some trees provide shade. My verizon DID work here as did their off and on Wi-Fi. There is small petting zoo here, was fun to wander over and visit and little kids would love it. The location is stunning with a view of Devils Tower from our RV and Devils Tower park entrance literally at the edge of the KOA. Access to my full hookup site was easy and the site is wide and long. There is no gas available close and the closest grocery store is 9 miles away and it is limited. Be prepared. Worked well for our stay to see the National Park.
Strange but OK little RV park nestled in a small canyon. Access is via a Forest service road but is a paved road and you only go a few blocks. New owners are working on the park. Sites are smallish, close together and only some work for larger RVs. Our pull through site left the car dangling almost on the road! No cable TV but we managed to get a spot where there was the ability to grab a satellite signal. Wallace is a quaint historic town and we enjoyed our stay. Park was OK for our visit. Microbrew Pub onsite and they hope to add food soon.
Off I-90 about 2.5 miles, easy access to and in the park. Some sites were not level, fall season and grass was tinder dry. Next door to Fairmont Hot Springs Resort and you could pay to access their pools, hot tubs. Campground was very basic, dirt roads but nice views of the surrounding hills. Ok for an overnight stop but felt price was high for limited amenities.
Park is well laid out and has easy access for Big Rigs. Easy access and close to freeway but little traffic noise at night. Fairly basic amenities. Cable TV works well and has expanded channels. Sites gravel and level, strong elec and good water pressure. Lots of information available in the office from friendly and helpful staff. Sites sit under a canopy of trees with branches trimmed up high and well away from rigs. Would stay here again.
The best looking KOA we have ever stayed in. Lots of grass and trees around the park. As always, KOAs tend to be pricey and the biggest, best sites here can be that. The park itself is well laid out, level sites, easy access for Big Rigs and all services worked well. Staff was helpful. Park sits away from I-90 so no road noise but is quick and easy to get to on a quiet road. We enjoyed this park and would stay here again.
One of our favorite places to stay because it is a bit rustic and isolated, yet beautifully kept. Campground nestles in big trees, sites are level, have pea gravel and all are full service with cable TV. Lots of area to walk, with koi ponds, brass statues and views down to the lake. NO campsites on the waterfront but a few have a lake view from above the lake in the campsites. Huge club house for club use. Is a pleasant change from the concrete jungle so many RV parks can be. This is not a resort with lots of amenities(hence the 8 rating) but is a beautiful, wooded campground. A 10 for a peaceful respite in the quiet countryside.
Rate reflects an internet coupon. Beautiful park set back a ways from the freeway, some minor road noise but did not bother us inside. Owner/staff were extremely helpful. Sites are concrete pads in a terraced park and sites have a picnic table. Trees shelter some of the park and feels very nice. Wide access roads and pull through accommodate large rigs with Toad. Good electric and great cable. Morning coffee and rolls part of the stay! They have good areas for dogs and a small fenced dog run. We will definitely stay here again as we head along I-5.
$52 is the pre-discounted price! One of the most expensive parks we have stayed in. While a very nice park, it does not have a true resort feel nor lots of amenities. Easy access from I-5. Pull throughs are level and long enough to leave your car attached to most big rigs. Concrete pads are a bit narrow but very long. The sites are separated by ground cover only and feel fairly close together but no issue with having multiple slides out. Stable electric, good Wi-Fi and cable is excellent. Park is well maintained and the staff helpful. We may stay here again as it is one of few parks along this stretch of I-5 but the price may deter us if it goes any higher.
This park is well laid out and has easy access. A large Camping World is across the street within walking distance. Staff was helpful, park was well maintained but Wi-Fi was very slow. The on site restaurant was amazing! We arrived late and tired and received great food with excellent service. They will actually deliver to your door if you wish. RVers received a coupon for one free desert per rig (big enough for 2) and 25% off a second breakfast. We will definitely stay here again.
We were here for a convention so price reflects a discounted group rate. This is a HUGE and nice park in many ways: very large sites with your own patio, tons of amenities, wide streets, well kept, electric and cable TV were excellent and had a friendly staff. There are some negatives: WiFi was not working, added daily $3 resort fee for short stays, hookups in the rear of the sites, no picnic tables nor shade, and small trees with spikes are at the entry of every back-in site. Has many park models except for the remaining area for RVs and this is a snowbirders park. It was a great space for a convention with a huge Activity Center/ Ballroom. Not sure I would recommend it for a short stay.
Super park - would rate a 10 except for some background freeway noise. Rate reflects a weekly rate. We have stayed here before and will again. Super maintained park with small trees between some sites with a few grassy patches. Staff is efficient and very helpful. Even the small landscape rocks are raked to keep things looking their very best! Back in sites have room for the car alongside and this creates a bit of a patio area. Long pull through sites place cars behind and are a single width but hold the largest of RVs. We have used this park as a base camp to see the sights in the area. Wi-Fi, basic cable and electric are all very solid. A nice desert oasis and a great stopover park.
The park itself is laid out well and is maintained very well. We stayed in one of the "deluxe" sites which have a bit more room and were nestled up next to a treed area. Roads are graveled and the office staff extremely helpful. The park is on the outskirts of the small town of Williams close to the road to the Grand Canyon. There is some slight freeway noise when outside as well as some freight train noise - noise that I believe you would hear anywhere in Williams as the tracks run through town. Lots of room to walk the dogs. They also rent out railroad cars that have been turned into rooms as well as a small motel here for people needing more bed space than in their RV. We would definitely stay here again.
Pretty, treed and grass separated sites with dirt/gravel interior roads with GREAT price. Just about a block off Highway 93 and so quiet. Wi-Fi strong, we are in a 50 amp site (but along a concrete fence with services)' the remainder of the park is 30 amp. Trees would block satellite in a lot of the sites, we get a signal here which is why we parked in this spot. Well maintained and well kept park. Would definitely stay here again for an overnight stop. Office staff very helpful and welcoming.
This is a bare bones campground with many long term residents and only 21 spots. Only about 8-10 sites seem available daily. We were warned to get here by 11AM (they do not take reservations) and they were right. Sites are gravel and dirt with a few small trees around, have full hookups but some sewer pipes are VERY high, super WiFi, no cable TV and NO bath house. That being said, it is mostly quiet with a little road noise and for $15 the elec (30/50 amp) is very strong and stable. Is basically a glorified dirt parking lot with hookups. There are few options around Ely and for an overnight or two, is a safe place to stay. Small casino is fun and we did receive two free Margarita coupons. Staff was very helpful in the hotel where you register. Would maybe stay here again.
Stayed in the lower park. Positives: level sites, wide grass between sites, well kept and groomed park, shuttle to casino and more. Cons: low voltage due to air conditioners running, sites are all double length with two hookups end to end and you may have someone parked right behind you. Surge protector cut us off twice and park is nowhere full. Would stay here for an overnight but would be cautious about watching voltage levels.
This is a nice park with super helpful and cheerful staff. We were here with a camping club, and their clubhouse is huge compared to most. 60+ fit with ease with room to spare. Sites are basically level, have enough room for multiple slideouts and electric was steady and strong. RV sites are wide but you do have folks on each side and behind you, but not close enough to feel tight. Small laundry room but showers and bathroom were clean and well kept. Will be staying here again for sure.
This is an older park with a fair number of apparent longtimers here, but sites are not junky or cluttered. The park is well kept, very clean and quiet. While close to the freeway, noise is not an issue. Most of the sites are level and have room for slides. Good electric and water pressure. There is a bonus of a very large fenced dog run. We would stay here again.
This is a wonderful newer park with all the amenities plus terrific staff including a golf cart escort to your site and guidance with parking. All sites are spacious, level and services well laid out. Cable TV and Free Internet are both strong. There is zero highway noise and access is easy. The shuttle to the casino runs 24X7 if you wish to use it. We have stayed here before and have had zero complaints, only compliments every time. This is the nicest park we have ever stayed at and, we use it every time we come past. This is the mark I use to rate every other park. Price reflects Good Sam discount plus 10% additional for having a Players Card, which is free at the casino.
Very easy access from I-5 and newer park. No Wi-Fi available at your site, but you could use a "Modem" box or go to office area. Cable TV was good, sites are level but narrow concrete. Patio pads for sitting out ended up at rear of coach with the layout. Well manicured park but recent rain made the gardens muddy and with narrow sites, had to step into the garden exiting and entering our coach. Spaces are certainly large enough for even the largest slide. Newer park and certainly good for an overnight. Disappointing for the $$$ price overall though. Our price paid reflects a Good Sam discount.
Nice spot to overnight. Close to Highway 58 but there's limited traffic noise. Nice wide and level sites, strong electric and very clean facilities. Large grassy field for the dogs which ours loved as it was the first green grass in months!!! Would stay here again when passing through.
This is a nice park in an urban setting but not close to the Strip. The $39 reflects paying for a pull through, and slightly larger site. Level blacktop pad, great over air TV and free strong Tengonet. There are a number of palm trees around the park and three dog walking areas which are all graveled. The larger off leash one does have a bit of an odor but is well kept. The park is quiet, has a security gate 24x7 and feels very safe. It is not far from a Casino and lots of shopping close by. Staff is very helpful - we had an on site oil change done on their recommendation and are very happy. We will stay here again when in the area.
Price reflects the KOA card discount. Is the nicest KOA we have ever stayed in! The park sits about two miles from town but has easy, highway access. This is a very nice campground with wide gravel roads and level concrete tire strips to park on. The sites are wide, level, electric was strong, good water pressure, excellent cable TV and we got strong FREE Wi-Fi (Tengonet). They have a small but nice dog run, pool which was closed, and a small store. This park sits on the hill overlooking Las Cruces, the mountains in the distance and is super quiet. It is well maintained and they re-level the gravel and clean each site after someone leaves. There are some trees and grass for tent campers. We had no picnic table and all gravel inside the park, hence the 9 rating. Would definitely stay here again. Great for an overnight or a visit to the area.
This seems to the best of the parks in town. Typical of SW gravel/dirt parking spaces and roads. There is a view from the terraced park levels overlooking the town. That said, most sites are either backed up to or looking out the front window to dirt cliffs. The staff is helpful, the buildings well kept and the sites wide for slides. There is zero buffer between sites but there is a small concrete pad and picnic table at each site. For an overnight, it's an OK place with good electric, water and 60 channel cable TV.
This is a nice park, typical of SW campgrounds. Staff is very helpful. The facilities are clean and convenient. The only drawback is the freeway noise, which is noticeable but not too bad. On the other hand freeway access is a breeze! We paid $25 per night and there is a $110 + electric weekly rate available. This park is about 8 miles west of downtown Albuquerque but makes a great spot to stay to see the sights. No cable TV but over air reception is good. Pay Wi-Fi is available. There are three gated dog runs. Would stay here again.
This is one large dirt and gravel lot with sites well spaced out. The positives: plenty of room for slides, level, good free Wi-Fi and good cable TV. Downside items: dirt roads with some dust, freeway noise in the back where we were and trains just beyond the freeway so also some train noise. The noise level was not bad but was there. While we were there the hot tub and pool both had issues and were out of order for most of the visit. Staff was helpful, the park was clean and workers were doing upkeep and maintenance. This park is typical for the SW and I give it a 7 only because of the Wi-Fi and cable TV, both of which were excellent.
We stayed here visiting friends who live nearby so location was a plus. This is almost all a snow birders full time park with lots of park models. A few open spaces are rented out to short term visitors. All are back in spaces and can be tight to get into. Staff and people very friendly. Park is clean and well maintained. Rate reflects a club rate with $3 added for their resort fee. Electric was included for over nighters.
This is well laid out with large sites and individual concrete patios. My only concern was minor freeway noise when outside our RV. Sites are mostly level and ample for large rigs. Staff was helpful and informative. Casino across the freeway, runs a shuttle van here and town is about three miles away for basic services. A newer park that has stable electric. We will likely stay here again although the price is high.
This is a beautiful park that is kept up as well as any we have ever stayed in. The only reason for no 10: the garbage is way at the front of the park away from all RVs. Good for odors but difficult sometimes to simply walk the garbage to the bin. The owners treat you as special guests and truly care that you have a good experience staying here. Sites are large, level and well laid out. Electric service is at a good strong level. The park was always full when we were here but they will allow you to dry camp while waiting for a spot to open. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a quiet park and by Arizona standards, the sites are reasonably sized. Sites are mostly back-in, and 50 amp sites are very limited in number. There is gravel under the coaches and a small patio pad for each site with very few picnic tables. The restroom and laundry are very clean. There are no other amenities such as pool or community room but electric was stable and water good. The park is clean and is well tended. We stayed a couple of nights to sight-see and would stay here again.
This park is an interesting mix. It is quite far from the city so is quiet but is also a drive to any services and shopping. All of the park is gravel, roads wide and most back in sites are separated by large elevated logs. Lots of cacti and palm trees in the park for visual appeal but also an old empty pool (working pool is nice) and remains of a water slide are visible. That being said, staff is wonderful, park is clean and electric was stable although the park was sparsely populated as most of their snowbirds are not here yet. Wi-Fi worked at our site but did slow down even in a mostly empty park. There is no TV unless you have a satellite dish. Long term residents were especially friendly. The buildings are all well kept and the laundry (they have three) was great. We would stay here again.
Stayed here for an overnight. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Roads are extra wide and sites long and spacious. Most sites have trees around them and many have grass which our dogs loved! Park is a short distance from the freeway but access streets were easy to navigate. Was quiet and peaceful in the park. Staff was very helpful and friendly. While not a resort, this was one of the nicest overnight stops we have had on this trip. Definitely would stay here again.
We stayed here as an overnight stop. Park is well maintained. The staff is friendly and helpful. Sites were gravel and level. Not too far from the freeway so there is some road noise but at an acceptable level since access to and from I-10 is a breeze. Great spot for an overnight stop and seemed to be the best option locally as we drove the freeway. They have a cafe on site which we did not try but since the park is out of town, is a nice option. Would stay here again.
Rate reflects our Passport America discount and includes $3 extra for 50amp service. This is a great newer park. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is access code gated after 5PM but is not in a bad part of town. Park roads are paved and very wide giving great access to all sites. Some distant train noise but no significant road noise. Sites are very wide, level and private. Trees and shrubs separate the sites and give great privacy. Nice small pool and hut tub. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate was for a conference we attended there. This park is near a freeway and there was some road noise. Some sites are narrow and close together but generally are level and adequate for multiple slides. The staff was very helpful and the park was well maintained. Access to the freeway was easy and you are away from town a bit - the closest grocery stores were five miles back towards San Antonio.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Lovely park nestled in a quiet area not far from downtown San Antonio. Staff was helpful and friendly providing maps and information about the area. Park is well kept, nicely landscaped with wide RV spaces and has a small pool. Paved park roads and level gravel sites. Store has many RV items on hand that sometimes are hard to find. Would absolutely stay here again. One of the gems of our trip so far.
The $18 was a Passport America rate. Park very quiet, about 2 miles from town with easy access. The park is in great shape and staff super friendly and helpful. Each site has a small concrete pad with a picnic table and gravel is under the RV with level sites. Spaces are close together but adequate. Grounds are well kept and there is a dog walk area. We would absolutely stay here again.
A pleasant surprise for a KOA, great price with no add-ons. Cable and WI-FI included and both were excellent. It is a mostly gravel RV park but has lots of grass around the edges and many trees surrounding much of the park. Level sites that are fairly close together but still comfortable. No noise of any kind as the park sits back from the main road about a block. I agree that the dog "walk" was pretty funny - about a 10X10' pen with provided disposal bin. We would stay here again.
We stayed here as an overnight stop on our way south. This is an older but immaculate park. The sites are wide and long. We were far away from the freeway, the front of the park is somewhat close and would get road noise but that area appeared filled with permanent residents. We heard no road noise. The airport is close but we have heard two planes since our arrival mid-afternoon. The interior roads are wide and graveled. The sites have a concrete RV pad, grass strips separate the sites, and many, many trees are around the park but are trimmed above or away from the top of RVs. Super office staff was very helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is clean and well groomed. We simply needed an overnight stop. Close access to highway 87 but far enough away so that there is no road noise. Level site, good electric and helpful staff. We would stay here again.
I stayed here because of the rave reviews for this park. Location is great and hosts wonderful. However, it is a small and sightly packed feeling park. You hear road noise in the park. You park right next to another rig and while there is some space, you do not feel any privacy. All sites are gravel with a small concrete pad. Facilities are clean and the maintenance was super. That being said, for our needs for a two night stay, it was more than adequate. The dog walk is a great trail out the back of the park that meanders into a city park one way and over a hill the other. I would stay here again but is not a 9/10 in my book.
We stayed here for a quick overnight stop. The park is only about a mile from the freeway access but far enough away that you do not hear traffic. Finding it was not difficult but you do wind past some industrial/commercial businesses until you find the park along a quiet country road. As stated, the entire park is level gravel with only a couple of small grass plots for relief. There are also some trees at some sites. The staff was helpful, there is large wide sites and the park is well kept. We would stay again.
Would have rated a 10 but for the weekend noise from a small racetrack a short ways away. Not too noticeable with the AC running, but it was noticeable outside. Has friendly and very helpful staff. Park is newer with inside pool/spa and workout room. Spaces are wide with no problem for multiple slides. Very nice park overall. We will stay here again.
This park is large and many sites have trees for shade. I was able to get satellite TV. Sites are gravel/dirt pads and mostly level but some on the caravan had issues with leveling. Park is an older one but buildings have received some recent care. Staff was very nice and had good local information. Beware: There are tire spikes on the exit and one RV came in the wrong way. Stay on the right side entry road! He went past a warning sign and blew three tires.
This is a very nice campground and we would stay here again. Only downsides are back-in sites are quite close together, you hear some traffic noise and right now the orchard air guns are going off to keep the birds away from the fruit. I would rate noise issues minor.
This is the best park I have ever stayed in. Sites are large and the park well kept. We were in the Island section of the park and had a feeling of privacy and enjoyed our stay. I would go back anytime I am in the area. I see why others have raved about this park.
We were placed in a very tight back-in site. We had rigs very close on every side and behind. This was the most uncomfortable I have ever been in a campground. There was no way to sit and enjoy the outdoors. Be sure to ask for a pull through if you have any size of rig. We should have been advised of the tightness of the space before registering. The the staff was generally very helpful.