This is the nicest RV park we have stayed at during our two month trip. It is kept spotless. Sites are wide, gravel and level with green grass on the sides. There is a cement pad for the picnic table and most have at least one young tree. The laundry was convenient and the restrooms and showers were spotless. It is 4 blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone and within walking distance to the town for shopping and restaurants. The staff is super fiendly and helpful. There is complimentary coffee,cappucino,and hot chocolate in the office every morning. Cable TV is good and Wi-Fi is available but is extremely slow at times.The only thing that would make it even better would be a pool and hot tub for soaking after hiking all day.We would definitely stay here again.
This park is not pretty to look at. The sites are gravel but level with very little grass. They are not huge but there was room for our two slides and awning. We were able to leave the toad hooked up since we only stayed one night. Cable is not available but we did get 2 channels on our antenna. The Wi-Fi was actually pretty good. All that being said, there is lots to do. There is a train, and many kinds of animals to see including camels, bison, chickens, alpaca, horses, llama, and peacock. You can go horseback riding or ride the train to see a bison herd. There were small, carnival type rides, although they didn't look like they were working. There is a cute little store with a full sized stuffed bison and jackalope to sit on for picture taking. You can buy bison meat at the store. You can fish. There is also a restaurant that will deliver to your site if you are too tired to go out. It is a Passport America member. We would stay here again.
This park is small and quiet with lots of grass. Sites are gravel but level.The sites are a bit narrow but we had just enough room for our two slides and awning.There are picnic tables and BBQ grills at each site. The staff is very friendly and you are escorted to your site. It is about 45 minutes to an hour to Jackson,Jackson Hole and Grand Tetons NP, but you have to drive over Teton Pass to get there. Cable is not available and we could not get a signal for our antenna. WiFi is available but slow at times. It is a bit pricey but the parks over the pass in Jackson were even more and nothing was available. We were very happy with the campground.
This park is located close to I-15. It is fairly quiet except for the occasional train whistle.The staff was very friendly and helpful.They gave a little stuffed snake ornament for us and a doggie treat for our Yorkies at check-in. They charge extra for dogs and 50 amp service. No cable TV is available and we couldn't get any signal with our antenna. Wi-Fi is OK. The sites and roads are gravel but level. The site we had was not huge, but it was plenty of room for one night. There is lots of grass and a dog run. The park is within easy biking distance to a nice paved greenbelt that runs along the Snake River. We would stay here again.
This park looks like an RV dealership.The RVs are packed in like sardines. It is mostly gravel with patches of grass mostly around the office. They allow pets but charge extra for them (which irritates me). Any place there is a little bit of grass, there is a sign saying no dogs allowed. I think that the reason RV parks charge extra for dogs is because many people do not pick up after their animals. Come on people be responsible. Cable and Wi-Fi are available and acceptable. We were just passing through and would not stay here longer than one night.
We liked this campground. The roads are paved and the sites are dirt, but level. There are huge pine trees throughout making it very wooded. Campsites have picnic tables and grills and some have fire pits.There are lots of activities, but mostly on the weekends.The laundry/arcade was a little dingy but the cost was reasonable @ $1.50/wash and $1.50/dryer. The dryers dried very well.The little store has reasonably priced items.There is an ice cream shop.They do charge $1/night/dog which I find irritating,but I understand that it is because people refuse to pick up after their animals so the rest of us must pay. It is very convenient to Lake Tahoe sites. There is a Trolley that stops at the campground. An all day pass costs $5. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are available and good. We would stay here again.
This is a pretty nice park with many permanent residents. The sites are gravel but fairly level, with a picnic table and small brick pad. We had room for our two slides and awning. There is a nice pool and a dog exercise area. It is within easy driving distance to Napa. There is a new Camping World less than 2 miles away. They charge extra for dogs which irritates me, but I understand because many people refuse to pick up after their animals so the rest of us have to pay. Wi-fi is available but slow at times. Cable is available only in the new section (we were in the old). We tried the antenna but the signal was weak. We would stay here again.
This park is nothing more than a parking lot with hookups. It is located right across the street from Candlestick Park which looked dreadful. The sites are very tight. We were able to open our 2 slides, but had no room to extend our awning,which is OK because there was no room to put out our chairs anyway. No cable TV is available but our antenna got very good reception. The Wi-Fi was very slow and we were right across from the office. The laundry is large but so is the cost. Washers were $2.50 and dryers 25 cents per 5 min.The cost of our site was very pricey.On a positive note there is a nice recreational park just down the street with walking trails and biking trails along the bay. It is also very convenient to San Francisco sights. The only reason we stayed here is because there are very few choices in this city and it was all we could find.
This park is an easy drive to Monterey sights. The sites are all asphalt and level, but they are very narrow. We had trouble fitting our toad on the site along with our 40 footer. We have two slides which ended up inches away from our neighbors slides. We could not fully extend our awning because of some tall skinny shrubs on that side. The road in was steep and narrow, but the road out was better. We had only 30 amp service, but we didn't need the AC so it was acceptable. Wi-Fi was OK. We would stay here again simply because of the location.
This is a small park located within walking distance to the beach. It is just a short drive to downtown Morro Bay. It has a paved road but the sites are large, gravel and level. There is no shade but the weather is cool. The Wi-Fi and cable TV are good. It is a little pricey but it is after all close to the beach. We would stay here again.
This is a small but very well kept park with mostly permanent or long term residents. The spaces are very tight and we had a little trouble getting into and out of our site with our 40 footer. It is easy to get to from the highway and close to Morro Bay sights. There is only 30 amp service but you don't need AC so it is adequate. The Wi-Fi was good. The host was very nice. The laundry was old but clean, with a very nice paperback book and movie library.
This is a small park convenient to San Diego sights. The sites are small and close together but our site was adequate to fit our 40 footer and it was right across from the office and pool. As stated by other reviewers, the traffic noise is a factor, but we were gone during the day and it didn't seem to bother us at night. The road leading to it has several dips so be careful. Wi-Fi is available and pretty fast at least from our site. There is a long dog run which is the only area where you are allowed to walk your dog, but it is all dirt. We arrived 30 minutes early on a Sunday. The lady in the office was very busy checking people out, so she told us to go ahead and get settled and come see her Monday morning before 10am to register. Our fee was with Passport America. We would stay here again.
This park is very close to Hwy 8 so traffic noise is a factor. Most sites are occupied by long term renters,and some were quite trashy looking.The RV's are packed in like sardines,however our site was quite roomy.It was gravel with a small cement pad for a patio.The roads are very narrow with tight turns.The entrance was quite steep.When leaving we were told to go the wrong way on a one-way road because it was easier than trying to make the hairpin turn on the usual exit road.When we tried to hook up our TV cable we found we needed a double male adapter,which we didn't have. The man from the rig next door had an extra which he happily shared with us.Wifi is available. The office gives you 4 coupons, each with a code good for 4 hrs of Wifi,but if you need more they will give you more coupons.Our rate was a Passport America rate.We would stay here again if we had to.
This is a beautiful park. All cement pads with lots of Palm trees, two swimming pools, hot tub, restaurant, activities, laundry, etc. Contrary to what another reviewer stated, the park is immaculate. On the downside dogs are not allowed on any area with grass. The dog runs, of which there are several, are all gravel with no grass. Our two Yorkies hated the place. We had to walk quite a ways on HOT, HOT cement and/or gravel to get to the dog run, and when we got to them: NO GRASS! Also, WiFi is available but is an extra charge @ $5.99 per 24 hours for one device. Another device equals another $5.99. However that said, the speed was excellent. Our cost was with Passport America membership. We would stay here again.
This campground is very convenient to Bryce Canyon NP. A free shuttle stops right at the campground. It is part of a larger complex of inns, restaurants, and a General Store. It is on three levels with the top two levels offering shade. The bottom level is a wide open space with no trees. All areas are gravel, but we had no trouble leveling our coach. The laundry was great with new efficient washers and dryers. Wi-fi is available with several connections, but it was very slow except in the early morning. We enjoyed this campground.
This campground is just outside Grand Canyon National Park South Rim. It is mostly dirt and gravel but the sites are fairly level. There are very few 50 amp sites but those sites are quite large. There is very little grass or shade. No cable but Wi-Fi is available although it is slow. We had large elk come into the campground one night. We would stay here again because of the proximity to the National Park.
This park is located right across the road from the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park. The sites are gravel but level. There are shady areas but the area we were in was not shady. Wi-Fi was available but our site had poor strength to none. It was very strong at the pool and laundry. The laundry was located outside the office on a covered patio, but the machines were in good condition. Cable was not available. We would stay here again.
This park is close to Durango and right on the free trolley route. It has lots of large shade trees, but the sites are very very close together. Our site was gravel but level, however our sewer connection was so deep we could not use it. Cable was available. Wi-Fi was available but very slow. The Silverton & Durango RxR runs right through the property between the RV area and the tent area. All in all we enjoyed our stay and would return.
We camped in the Sagebrush camping area. It was a beautiful area nestled in the canyon. Site was gravel but we had no trouble leveling the coach. We had a covered picnic table on a concrete slab. Electric and water hookups were sufficient. No sewer, but dump station was convenient. It was hot during the day but cooled off in the evening. We hiked each morning. Light house trail is a must as is Texas, the musical performed by college students in an outdoor amphitheater.
This park is old and in need of updating, but the sites are long and level gravel. We were able to fit on our site (B4)in our 40 footer without unhooking the toad.It it very close to the highway so traffic noise is a factor, but it also is convenient if just passing through like we were. Cable was supposed to be available but ours did not work. Wi-Fi was available but very slow. The rate we paid was with a Passport America membership. We would stay here again if just passing through because it is convenient.
The nicest thing about this campground was that it was practically on the Gettysburg battlefield. The campground was clean. Our site was a pull through site with a gravel pad. We had no trouble leveling the coach. Our site was not shaded but many of the sites were. The on site laundry was expensive.
One of the nicest KOA campgrounds we have stayed in. We were escorted to our site which was not huge but sufficient. The site was a gravel pad. We had no trouble leveling the coach. It was close to Colonial Williamsburg. It was expensive but enjoyable.
This campground is great for families. We stayed one night as we were passing through. Our site was #202. It was a shady raised gravel pull through site with fire pit and picnic table. We are new to traveling in a motorhome and of all the campgrounds we stayed at on this,our first trip, it was the only one that we could not get our coach leveled. We probably could have asked for another site but it was getting late and we were tired so we didn't ask. Other than the leveling issue it is a beautifully wooded campground with lots to do if you have children along,we did not. We connected to Wi-Fi with no problem.
We stayed here 3 nights. It is not in Destin but rather South Walton. It is about a 10 min. walk to the beach. You can drive to the beach but parking is limited. The sites are all cement pads so no trouble leveling the coach. No pool but who wants the pool when you can go to the beach. That is why we were there. We currently do not tow a car but we brought our bikes and there were lots of places to ride to. Several restaurants are within easy riding distance as is an outlet mall. They have very nice bike lanes on the roads. The restrooms and showers were the cleanest and best kept that I have ever seen. The sites are not shady but they will be one day. There are young oak trees at most of the sites.
We stayed here one night. It was a spur of the moment side trip to see Stone Mt. There is a $10 fee just to enter Stone Mt park. It is Georgia's #1 attraction, thus the fee. The campground is beautifully wooded with many different kinds of sites. We chose #329 which was on the lake. It was a raised gravel site with a beautiful view of the lake below. The restrooms and showers were clean and close by. We had no trouble backing into the site and leveling the coach. Some of the sites have cable TV, ours did not but will in the future. There is lots to do there and one afternoon and evening was not enough time. It was a bit pricey but that is because of the park itself. We plan on returning for a longer stay some other time.
We stayed here one night.It is a very nice shady campground on a lake. Since it was the beginning of a holiday weekend it was nearly full but they found us a spot. The site was a flat gravel site on the water. We had no trouble backing in and leveling the coach. Wi-Fi was available but we had trouble connecting. The laundry room was clean and reasonably priced. There was a pool but we didn't use it.
We stayed here overnight while passing through. Although the park is not attractive and has no frills such as a pool, Wi-Fi, or cable TV, it did have 50 amp service and water and sewer hook-ups, which is all we really needed for the night. It does have a laundry room with one washer and one dryer but it is not air conditioned (it being May it was hot). The restroom was a toilet, sink and shower. The door did not lock. The site we had was a flat grassy site that was an easy pull through. Since this is our first motorhome and our first trip with it, it was a good site for us. We had no trouble leveling the coach. Most of the other RVs appeared to be extended stay. We would probably stay here again for one night if we were just passing through. The price was cheap.