Free is good. Simple back in sites with full hook up. Need to watch if you need sewer as hook ups are between units so one side is fine other needs a lot of sewer hose. The casino gives you $10 for getting a players card. The food was great, and there was lots of it. For a stop over you can't do wrong.
The sewer hookups do not accept a standard sewer connection. We had people cutting the grass (in December mind you) at 7:10 in the morning. This was not a good thing after getting back to the travel trailer at 1:30 am from their casino. The buffet was under staffed, and I carried plates for myself and other guests from one end of the buffet to the other more than once. Food on the buffet was short in supply and many areas had little or none. We have stayed here 3 different times, and this was the worst.
Located next to I-75 lots of road noise. New clubhouse seems nice. Lot are big and nice. We didn't care for their activities much. Pot lucks were small as with other events. Thought price was high for area as not much to do within 20 miles.
Park is around a pond, 1 mile walk around. We stayed for 1 month (960mo) residents all wave and say hi but beyond that you're part of the clicks. Not many park models but many lot "owned'. No true activities director, few planned events and some cancelled because there weren't enough "owners" attending. Airport right next door with small planes flying 200 feet over head all day long. We will look else where next year. They also add electric than a admin. charge of 6 bucks and then another charge of 6.25 for?.
Great overnighter. Little cafe was very reasonable for dinner and breakfast (at 7:30) was good, fast, and cheap. They even filled the thermos free. As previously stated just flat gravel pull throughs with about 80 places to hook up. Very, very friendly staff and will stop again as we cross the US.
Almost every site had a permanent trailer, guy next to us was drunk and had to move truck so we could get in. Site so narrow we couldn't set up, had to move out of site and connect with 50' extension cord. Dog waste everywhere. Absolutely no amenities at all! We didn't disconnect as were here for overnight only. Very old woman/owner has little to do with operation just takes the money. Never again here.
Nice golf course, some activities, good hot tub and pool. Indian owned so little given up by owners. Christmas meal we supplied our own meat. Nothing free like socials etc. Lots of park models but the sites are real nice and wide with concrete slab to picnic on. Streets are all "one way" which is a pain to get to site without having to drive around. People were nice with some exceptions. Not a bad park with lots of farmland and dust around. Yuma offers little.
Older campground, sites are small and on main road. Sites offer slab and small table. The camp helpers make this park as there isn't much special about it. Almost every thing has a price on it. No free lunch, no potlucks and activities are average. Few permanent sites most folks are here for a month. Feb rate 800 bucks plus electric. Laundry is fair and dumpster is at one location in park. Location of park is not bad if you want to go to St. Petersburg and beaches. We may return but there are several other choices in area. Everything here is a drive nothing real close.
Older part of park like most others that have nothing but grass and a slab. New part (and growing with construction of new sites) is wonderful. There are huge slabs to park on, most back in with plenty of area to maneuver. The sewer is in two places so there is no need for a lot of hose. Each site has special water for washing RV and truck. Some freeway noise and a long walk to dumpsters. Campground folks provide several activities and offer some free lunch and are not nickel and dimeing you all the time. Laundry is adequate. We will go back but will watch prices as they are quite high for this area of Florida, you can do better in this area.
Grass and gravel park. Lots of birds, quiet, lots of bugs: can't imagine what the summer is like. Friendly staff. We would stay here again. Try the Chinese restaurant in town, it's really good. We stayed as a lay over, but stayed an extra day as golf in Island City was good and cheap! Good stay.
Close quarters but adaquate, roads wide enough for trailer, good thing. Wifi poor unless on off hours. Plenty of road noise and a train or two. Good place tp canyon and the town. Garmine really messed up here. Good for a layover.
This RV park is the worst we have EVER stayed in! They are closed on Mondays. They assigned us to an occupied site! The park has uneven parking lot spaces side by side with absolutely zero amenities. Do not stay here, don't have your friends stay here, life has to be better elsewhere!!!
Beautiful park, clean and wonderful bath room and showers. Continental Breakfast supplied. All concrete slabs for rigs asphalt roads. Very, Very nice. Hwy 22 is a nasty road with a lot of traffic hard to exit from RV park (55 MPH). Wonderful semi-secure area without to much road noise. Will come here again!
This is a poorly engineered park with concrete slabs that are level but very close together. My biggest complaint other than the very limited space for the TV was the location of the sewer which were at the futherest back point of the site. In my case I would've needed 25'+ of hose to get close! The sites are not the same with some shorter and some longer but always with the sewer in the rear. Slabs were not level either. The casino has a wondeful breakfast and friday night buffet. Good size non-smoking area also.
Road noise from I-5 but tolerable. Really a nice, clean, well done park about 7 miles north of Redding. We stayed 3 nights, used their coupon that you can print from their website for one night free. Great spot to go to the local attractions from. The sites have some grass, small trees and a table. They also provide a continental breakfast! We will stay here again!
Nice quiet park next to a small but friendly casino, only about 100 machines. This is a really windy area, about 7 miles north of Reno. Good location on Hwy 395 to continue into northern California. Hosts were very nice and had propane on site and diesel.
Restrooms excellent!, Park location is great for Las Vegas without the people. The air force flys over at times but isn't a real distraction. The park is secure and clean. The sites are close but are mostly pull through. Staff was very good and helpful. We have a 34' trailer and did not have issues. We will stay here again when we come to town.
A very nice, quiet park about 11 miles from Tombstone. Park is really well done with a cactus buffer between the sites. Wi-Fi was fair, the hosts are excellent. This park is about an hour from Tucson. A really great place to stay while you take in the area attactions. All sites are drive throughs also.
This place takes cash or check only--no charges. There is easy in and out, side by side small sites. Covered picnic table is a plus. The adult pool and hot tub are good. Garmin had a hard time finding this site. Take exit 177, on I-35; site is on west side of highway.
Small park with a small lake. They are adding sites at the lake. just off I-10. Bathrooms were individual with shower in each one (3). Laundry. This campground is compact, clean, well kept. They take Good Sam. Good stop over spot.
This is a senior community. They got mad at me for parking such a large TT close to their park unit. Mine was on my site but that didn't matter. The residents own the park in their minds. This is an older park and not really good for TTs. 5ers work as do Motorhomes but not long TTs.
This is a parking lot on a curve on a busy street. There were 6 sites and that's all. No bathrooms and no other features other than those listed. If my sister didn't live but 2 miles away I wouldn't use this place. Be careful if you use this place because if you miss it there aren't many places to turn around in the mountains.