The rate cited reflects a monthly rate including electricity and all taxes. They were able to accommodate our 43 foot rig though there only a few sites that can handle this length and also only about 7-8 50 amp sites. However, the weather is so cool at this altitude (10,000 ft) that we would probably have been fine with a 30 amp site since one so rarely needs air conditioning at all. Scenery is fantastic and access to the many wonders of the area is very convenient. The owner and staff are super-helpful and friendly. This is really a campground, not an RV "resort." Think of it as a cross between a Forest Service campground and an RV park and you'll get the picture. We would have gladly stayed the entire summer, but alas, my wife had problems with the altitude and we had to leave early. This is not uncommon in Leadville, especially if you're a senior. Nevertheless, we would stay here again in an instant if we could and we highly recommend it.
This small family-run park is a fine place to stay while exploring Taos and its environs. The owners can tell you all you want to know about Taos and sights to see. There are only 19 RV sites, two or three of which appear to have long-term residents. There are four sheltered tent sites with tables. Park is entirely gravel and sites are level with picnic tables. Plenty of room for dogs and hiking in the high desert. The small laundry is a bargain at $1 per wash and 1$ per dry. WiFi works well and Verizon 4G is also good. Most afternoons are windy so watch your awning. We would stay here again for a few days.
Rate reflects monthly rate and includes electricity. They generate their own electricity via the on-site solar panels. All utilities were fine. Wi-Fi worked well most of the time, though occasionally it was not available. Verizon 4G connection was good. It's windy every afternoon with 30-35 mph gusts common, so awnings are not of much use. There are no on-site activities, so this cannot be considered a destination park. However, it is an excellent base for exploring the many attractions in the Santa Fe area.
This is a well run and well maintained park in Ruidoso Downs. The rate given is based on a monthly rate not including electricity. The owners live on the premises and insure the park functions smoothly. Interior roads are paved but sites are all gravel. Since we were staying a month, they placed us on a huge pull through spot at the back of the park that gave us privacy and also minimized what little road noise there was in the park. We will surely stay here again when we're in the area.
This park is conveniently located right in Las Cruces and the price was right for an overnight stay. Hookups were fine and most sites had at least some shade. However, the park is entirely gravel and very dusty. Even at the posted speed limit of 5 MPH, every vehicle raises a dust cloud behind it. If you're picky about keeping your rig clean, this is probably not the place for you.
This was a good park for an overnight or a day or two, but it's primarily a mobile home park, not an RV park. They have a few sites that can handle big rigs, but it was a very tight squeeze for our 43-ft MH. Park was clean and all hookups were fine. It's very conveniently located in the town of Safford, but signage for the park entry is easy to miss. Slow down as you approach and be prepared for a narrow entry.
The correct name of this park is Wolf Creek Run Motorcoach Resort. The rate reflects a weekly rate, including taxes, at a non-riverfront site. Riverfront sites are $10/day more. As others have said, what's not to like about this park. Beautiful sites with a cabana-style storage building on each site and a carefully tended lush lawn. Kids are welcome but there are no facilities (pool, playground, etc.) for them other than the San Juan river which is eminently wadeable. Plenty to do however, in Pagosa Springs. At first blush, we thought the rate was high, but after spending a week there, we think it's worth it. The owners offer a hefty daily continental breakfast with a special Sunday sausage, spam and pancake breakfast; social hours three days a week; potluck dinner with excellent entertainment once a week: all at no additional cost. The clubhouse is beautiful, overlooking the San Juan river. There are no add-on costs to the daily rate when you stay here. The ambience of this place is congenial, relaxed and friendly. Though the cost is higher than we generally pay, we were not disappointed and we're glad we splurged. We'll be back.
The rate given includes taxes. There are thirteen FHU 50 amp sites, eleven FHU 30 amp sites, ten 30 amp water/electric sites and two cabins in this wonderful little park. Scenery is awesome, the place is very quiet and there are lots of outdoor activities available nearby. The owners keep the park in near-perfect condition. As fulltimers, we see a lot of parks but we have never been as relaxed as we were here. I wouldn't call the park "family friendly" because there is no playground, pool, etc. but children are welcome. We definitely plan to stay here again.
As others have said, you're packed in pretty tight here, but we managed OK with our 43-foot rig. The roads are bumpy and uneven so you must move at a crawl through the park. It's expensive but we were here was to attend a family wedding in Denver and there's not a whole lot to choose from in the Denver area. We would stay here again if we had to be in the area, but this is not a destination park for us.
This campground is sort of a cross between a dude ranch and an RV park. There are lots of great activities for families: horseback riding, chuck wagon dinners and breakfasts, petting farm, fishing, etc. The park caters to horse owners and there are many sites with corrals for campers who bring their horses and ride the many trails. The park is bounded by the North Fork of the Colorado River and Rocky Mtn Natl Park. You can rent ATV's, go hiking into the Park, see moose: all without leaving the park. Sites with sewer are limited to about 5 or 6 near the front of the park and 30 or so in the back of the park in a meadow. The meadow sites were not attractive to us and we were lucky enough to stay up front. There's no mowing of grass so the sites tend to be overgrown. They were also uneven and tough to get level in our big rig. The roads are dirt and not well maintained; lots of pot holes and rough spots. Nevertheless, Winding River is well-managed, full of friendly staff and located in a beautiful spot. We stayed here in our big rig and would stay again. One note: If you forward mail to this resort, you must use General Delivery in Grand Lake as the Postmaster there will return mail addressed to individuals at Winding River Resort.
Great place to stop for a day or a few. Officially, there is a three day limit. Cost is free but they ask for a donation, however the donation box was missing when we were here. Only 4 sites have 50 amp power; the rest are 30 amp. There is a small tenting area as well. No water hookups but there is a water station available to fill your tank. Dump station is also available. We stayed here in a big rig and would stop again.
This park is in a quiet, country location but just 10 minutes from Sturgis. You can hike up into the Black Hills right out of the park and you're close to many Black Hills activities. The front section of the park has 63 RV sites about half of which are side-by-side. This is not too bad because the way the hookups are set up, it's only about the back half of your rig that's beside another. The sites are level but quite bumpy and uneven. There are also 16 cabins of varying size in the front portion of the park. There's a short drive to the back section of the park with another 30 or so FHU, RV sites, including some "luxury" sites that have concrete patios complete with gas grill, patio furniture and individual hot tubs. There are also numerous tent sites available. We stayed here in a big rig and would stay here again.
This park is in the process of changing ownership. The new owners are a young couple with several children who live on site. I don't think they have much experience with RV's or parks, but if they work at it, there's a lot they could do with this campground. There are only three 50 amp sites here. Of the approximately 50 sites, 15 or so are tent sites and another dozen are electric/water only. FHU sites are gravel and not too level; we could not get our 43-ft rig completely level and had a 3-foot leap down from our steps. That said, this is a nice park and might be better if the new owners work at it. It's in a lovely setting, convenient to many Black Hills attractions, has free Wi-Fi, clean restrooms and showers and a small but reasonably priced laundry. Verizon wireless worked well here. I think the $40 daily rate (plus taxes) is high and they don't offer a discounted weekly rate. Apparently other campers feel the same way because there were only four RV's here during July 4th week and two of those were long term. We might stay here again if rates were lower.
When we first pulled up, we weren't impressed and weren't sure we could get our 43' motorhome in any of the sites. Then we noticed the park was on both sides of the street and the other side had ample room for us. The sites are a little close together, but nice, with gravel pull through, grass, concrete patio and picnic table, some with small pavilions. Nice little city park across the street. We would stay here again.
This is a small new campground located on the premises of Americas Mailbox, the mail forwarding service for RVers. It is brand new so there's little grass and it's rather plain. It's intended as a service to customers of Americas Mailbox, but anyone can stay there. The rate is the member rate. Cable service is installed but was not operating while we were there. Sites are gravel and level. They are rather close to each other and in one row, RVs are parked rear to rear. Wi-Fi service was good. The location is near a truck stop and the interstate but noise level was low. It's convenient to Rapid City and not far from Mount Rushmore and other attractions. We would stay here again for a short stay when passing through. We would probably give it a higher rating when the landscaping is completed.
What a great little park with friendly and attentive owner/managers. Definitely family friendly and big rig friendly. As others have noted, lots of shaded sites so let the owners know if you need a satellite-friendly location. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is weekend rate; weekdays are $25 for full hookup. We loved this park. Most people camping here bring their horses and ride on the many trails all about and in the Sheyenne National Grasslands which are adjacent to the park. Park is quiet and clean. Every site has a nice firepit. We'd definitely stay here again. (The GPS listed in Trailer Life is incorrect as of 2010. Correct GPS is 46 31.996N; 97 13.109W.)
Rate reflects discount. We made it into a pull through with our 43' motorhome and tow, but it was a tight fit. We were directed to exit contrary to the posted directional signs because of our size. All sites with sewer were taken so if you need a sewer hook up, it's best to call ahead. Electrical service was 30 amp only at pull through sites. As mentioned by others, train noise was significant and continued throughout the night. Highway noise is also noticeable. It's not a bad park, but difficult access, noise, electrical service and no sewer hookup available mean we won't stay here again.
Nothing special, but OK and convenient for an overnight stop. Gravel pull through sites are not very level and are close together, but ample length for big rigs. Lots of seasonal/permanent trailers in questionable condition. Staff was friendly and efficient. I would stay here again for an overnight as there are not many alternatives in the area.
Great park and we will definitely stay here again. Preferred access is via Pleasant Valley Rd which is paved almost all the way to Keys Rd. The unpaved section and Keys Rd are no problem. No sewer hookups for transients though some of the seasonal sites - all occupied - have sewer. Big rig sites are new with nice large concrete pads and gravel parking spots. Sites are mostly shaded and you may have trouble getting satellite from a stationary mounted dish. Should be OK with a movable dish however. There is no pool but a very nice swimming pond with dock and floating raft, sandy beach and bottom. There is also a catch and release fishing pond. Showers and bathroom are very clean though I couldn't get really warm water in the shower and they are the kind that requires you to push a button every 5 seconds to keep the water flowing. Sites are available for tenting and there are also a few new log cabins available for rent. There are some organized activities for children, a game room, basketball court and huge grassy areas for play. The park is carefully managed and meticulously maintained by the owners. Open approximately Apr 15 through Oct 15.
Very few pull-through sites; most are back-in. Back-in sites could barely handle our 37-foot rig. Older, in-town park but if you get a site facing the Spokane River, it's quite lovely. Good Wi-Fi, good showers, very clean. We picked apples from the owner's lot and baked with them. Great location for accessing the town.
Most sites are back in. Only 9 sites have electric. Very scenic location. In addition to guided tours of the caverns, other activities include fishing in the Jefferson River, hiking and a kids playground. Picnic tables and fire pit/barbecue at all sites. Rate includes $5 per night for electric. Fresh water is available to refill your water tanks. Dump station. Loved our stay.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We loved this park. Very scenic and well-cared for. Highway noise is minor, but there are trains coming through a few times a day on nearby train tracks. Excellent Wi-Fi but no Verizon coverage. No pool or recreational activities on site. We'll definitely return.
This is a little gem of a park! It is perfect for a day or two stopover, or for use as a base to explore the area which includes Crater Lake and an abundance of other attractions. Roads and sites are smooth, hard-packed gravel. Most sites have large, well-manicured grassy plots on both sides. As indicated by its name, the park has large pine trees throughout and sites are a mixture of sun and shade. The park is immaculately maintained with many nice decorative touches amidst the landscaping. The price quoted is the daily rate before taxes and discounts. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.
This is a very nice park. It's actually located about 7 miles north of Redding off I-5 near the town of Shasta Lake. Sites are nicely landscaped, and the park is very well maintained. Staff is friendly and helpful. Excellent restrooms and showers. Plenty of activities in the area. Rate reflects Good Sam discount and includes taxes. Rates vary by length of vehicle. They also charge an additional $1/day per pet though they omitted that charge for us.
Clean, well-maintained park with large pull-through spaces. Friendly and helpful staff. Nice dog-walk facilities. Men's restroom was being renovated while we were there but even so, it was spacious and clean. Rate reflects Escapees discount and includes taxes. Wouldn't stay here long-term but a good place to stop over or use as a base for a few days to explore area attractions.
This is a wonderful park located in a beautiful area. It's very well-maintained and shows years of care by its operators. It's a great place to stay while taking advantage of the sights and activities available in the area. The only downside I can mention is the fine gravel that most of the park consists of. It's a pain to keep it out of your rig. Nevertheless, we plan to stay here again in the future.
The rate is for the 1st three days after which it becomes $20/night. Nothing fancy here but all services were clean and as advertised. The park itself is clean and well-maintained. This is a great place to use as a base to visit Las Vegas and the surrounding area. We would stay here again for the short term.
This is actually a mobile home park which has ten empty spaces that are available for RV's. It is part of a marina on the remote Arizona shores of Lake Mead. Hookups were adequate and worked, but the sites are not level and not clean. If you're not a fisherman or don't have (or rent) a boat, there's virtually nothing to do here. It's a 26 mile drive from here to the highway with nothing between the Marina and the highway. If you come here, don't be confused by the public campground you encounter just before you reach this one at the marina. The public campground is nice, but has no hookups. If you want to drycamp, the public campground is the place to stay. The rate quoted includes tax. We will not stay here again.
Very nice campground, well-maintained and very quiet. There might be a few shaded spots but most are not shaded. It is one of only 9 Arizona State parks that are currently planned to stay open after state budgetary cutbacks. Excellent Verizon air card reception. A number of trails (hiking, biking and horseback) are accessible directly from the State Park leading into Coconino National Forest. Guided horse back rides are available. Easy short drives to Jerome and Sedona make this a good spot to stay while exploring the area. We'll be back.
We stayed here six months as workampers and loved it. (The nightly rate reflects the six month rate including trash and water but not including electricity.) It is true that it can be difficult to back into some of the sites if you have a large rig. We managed to squeeze our 37' MH in between a lamppost and grapefruit tree and thoroughly enjoyed our space with a double concrete pad. There is a very reasonably priced coin-operated laundry at the west end of the park as well as a card operated one near the east end. Dog walks at both ends of the park are clean, well kept and do not smell. Many, many activities, great pools and excellent restrooms and showers. The on-site grill-style restaurant is very good with ample portions at good prices. A wonderful, cheap, fresh market is right across the street: we bought pineapples for 49 cents! No cable TV, but very good local reception with antenna. We'll be back.
This park was immaculately maintained and all facilities were in working order. The free continental breakfast is nothing to get excited over. The park has a Camping World store essentially on premises and is located next to two large RV dealers. Beaudry has a huge RV service center with about 30 service bays. The immediate surrounding area is industrial in nature and near the Tucson airport. Park physical security is excellent. We stayed 4 nights and would stay again.
This is an Escapees Park. Rate for Escapees is $12.50/night plus electric. Ample size gravel sites and basic amenities, but nothing fancy. It was windy, and consequently dusty, while we were here, but that's common in this area. It's a good overnight stop at a good price, but not enticing for a long stay. We would stay here again for an overnight.
Rate is before any discounts and doesn't include 15% tax. Park is a little dated and sites are mixed in with a few mobile homes, but it's well-maintained and everything is functional. Almost all sites are shaded. They are rather narrow and tight when cars are parked between rigs, but are not side-by-side hookups. The showers were small and tight but clean with plenty of hot water. The park's main attraction is its easy access to downtown via inexpensive bus service with a stop right at the park's entrance. Also, there is plenty of local shopping in the immediate vicinity. We would stay here again if we wanted access to downtown Santa Fe, which is a great place.
This is a beautiful spot in a remote location on the plains. The nearest "town" is Kenton, 8 miles away where you will find a small general store and two gas pumps. Don't arrive here low on fuel because you may have to travel a long way - depending on which direction you're heading - before you can refuel. There is a country store on the park grounds, but plan to have everything you need with you before you arrive. There are a dozen or so sites with 30-amp and water, one pull thru. Also many other dry camp sites. $2 off rates for seniors (over 62). Be sure to you know directions before you travel because some of the turns and roads are not marked. Also, depending on your carrier, you probably will not have cell phone coverage in the park. Lots of hiking opportunities and plenty of wild life. We had mule deer and wild turkeys strolling around our RV each morning we were there. We will stay here again when passing though.
The current name of this park is Pratt County Veterans Memorial Park. Daily rate for electric (30/50 amp) & water hookup is $15. Dump station is available. Dry camping on one of the 32 sites which extend into the lake is $5. Take 25th St. east of Pratt south for 1 mile to Lake Rd, then east 1/2 mile to camping area. Paved road in the park and 10 long level gravel back-in sites with wide grassy areas separating sites. Trash containers at each site. Restrooms are OK, but no showers. Well-maintained walking trail through the marsh adjacent to camping area. Fishing in lake requires a Kansas fishing license. We had a great lunch at the Uptown Cafe in Pratt; you won't go away hungry. This is a really nice park, and we will definitely stay here again.
The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. It is a good spot at a reasonable price. The facilities are a little worn, but improvements are in progress. There are actually 18 long pull-through sites which allow two rigs to hook up back to back (as opposed to side by side) providing for 36 hookup sites total. The sites are gravel with grassy area between them and picnic bench/table at each site. The restrooms were spacious, clean with plenty of hot water and good shower heads. We stayed 2 nights and would stay here again.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and the larger pull-thru site. Slightly shorter pull-thru sites are about $4-5 less per night. Great spot to stay if you want to visit the city of St Louis. Located directly across the river from the Arch with easy commuter trolley access from the Park. Shuttles to the nearby Casino. The park itself is very well kept with a mini-mart right on site. Good security as might be expected for a casino site although the park is located in an industrial area. Nice restrooms although one shower in the men's room needed some mold removal and a fresh coat of paint. Convenient laundry. We'll definitely stay here again when passing through.
We stayed here 2 nights. Rate includes 16% local taxes. Pull-through sites are all side-by-side; other sites are not. Our site was long enough for our 37' motorhome plus Jeep in tow. Free Wi-Fi was very fast when it was on. It was usually not on until late afternoon and evening. It's a long walk from most parts of the park to laundry, restrooms and dumpster. The restrooms and showers were spacious and clean. Though in an industrial area and close to the highway, noise was not bad. We would stay here again for a day or two, but not long term.