I wish I knew about this place last year when I stayed at a nearby, overpriced, RV Park in Alamo. All campsites are along the eastern side of the Upper Pahranagat Lake. Being a wildlife refuge it is a birder's paradise. There were hundreds of birds of various types. It was great waking up to the morning calls of the ducks. The views are spectacular, especially at sunset. There is no charge for camping, only a 14 day limit over a 30 day period. No hookups of any kind, just a few pit toilets. No generators allowed. I would definitely stay here again.
Prices range depending on services required. I went with a pull-through site E/W only without cable. Plus, I received a discount for being a Good Sam member. They also give discounts to other groups such as AAA. The site had a bit of a slope that was easily fixed with a couple of blocks. I've been in parks with much worse slopes. The park has an indoor pool and a small fitness room. The free Wi-Fi worked well. If you're going on the Antelope Canyon tour, the office will make arrangements for you and even arrange pickup at the RV Park. For what you get, the price is very reasonable. I would stay here again.
This is a Passport America park with an interesting twist. The first night is at full price, but thereafter, with no limit, the rate is the P/A half-price rate. Those nights were the $14 price. There are both back-in and pull-though sites. The back-ins have cement pads. Most sites have picnic tables. The bathrooms are very clean and the owners take great pride in their park and strive to be helpful. The park is well off the highway and very quiet. I stayed here four nights and would definitely stay here again.
Stayed here for 4 days while doing some geocaching in the area. My price was the Passport America rate and, while this park is nothing to write home about, it was perfectly adequate for my needs. It was a place to park with full hookups. All that I needed. It was quiet, too. I would stay here again.
Needed a place to stay while geocaching in the area and this was central to what I needed. Nothing fancy just the basic hook ups. It was empty so I got the site with the sewer hookup. It was all I needed and for a decent price. I would stay here again for a short stay.
A nice place to stop overnight, or like I did, a few days to explore the area. Great deal with the P/A rate and they allow multiple nights at that rate. Sites are level and long with reasonable width. Facilities are a bit sparse, but clean. I used this park on my way south for the winter or coming home in the spring.
A very nice park, very well kept. The sites are long and wide with cement pads and picnic table. The individual shower/bathrooms are excellent and always clean. My only negative comment is if you stay a week and want to add additional days, you don't get the weekly rate prorated, you're back to paying the full rate.
OK for a overnight stay if you get the Passport America rate, otherwise too pricey. You have a choice of hookups with and without sewer, sewer costing $7 more, or no hookups. No facilities, outside of a portable toilet. It was quiet, the sites were level and long. Would stay here again for overnight as long as the P/A rate was available.
Campsite is just north of St. George in the town of Washington. Close to the freeway so there is some road noise but quiets down during the night. Cost reflects the weekly rate. Discount for Seniors. Propane is sold on site. Mostly long-term residents but several sites available for travelers. The manager was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
Great place for an overnight stop while traveling the I-5. Nothing fancy but a clean quiet place to spend a night or even a few. Will definitely use this as a night stop in the future when traveling up or down I-5.
Considering the price, it's a decent place to stay as long as you're a self contained RV. There's only 3 RV sites and only 1 has a sewer connection. The Wi-Fi was surprisingly good. The staff are quite friendly. We stayed here 3 days while geocaching in the area. Would stay here again.
Stayed here for two days and thought it was quite over-priced for what you got. It was all soft gravel with side-by-side hook-ups and the pull throughs were actually two back-to-back back-ins. They were only pull throughs when both ends were empty. Restrooms and showers were clean but there is only two rooms. Laundry area was very cramped with some machines in a garden shed. Would only stay here again if the price was more reasonable.
Considering the price, it's a decent place to stay while traveling through the area, providing you're self-contained. We stayed here 3 nights and had no problem, other than the poor Wi-Fi. It was quiet. Just don't use the washrooms. Would stay here again.
Campground is set among the forest with each site bordered by plentiful amounts of salal and trees. Roads are gravel and a bit narrow. Some long rigs may have trouble navigating the turns and backing into sites. Bathrooms are very clean. Wi-Fi, while not the quickest, worked well. Playground for the kids. Located west of Campbell River, just past Elk Falls Provincial Park. Definitely stay here again.
First time at this park and didn't know about the heavily sloped sites. I was curious as to why they don't park rigs first in the flat area, or at least offer it. It was never mentioned to me. Aside from the slope, I found the RV park to be quite suitable. I liked that it was beside the river park, and I was able to go for an enjoyable bike ride for a whole afternoon, and still not see half of the park. I would return to this park, but I would ask for the flat area.
I would have rated this park 10/10 if not for the trains that run right next door. As far as trains go, they are not bad, very seldom do they blow their horns. But trains are trains and that does mean noise. The park is great. Nice long drive-through cement pads with lots of room between sites. Good Wi-fi and cable TV. I got a 20% discount with the Camp California guide. A very nice park. It's just too bad about the trains which may discourage me from returning. If they don't bother you, I recommend this park.
Traveling up I-5, stopped here for the night because I noticed it was a Passport America park. A typical, older campground with limited facilities, but washrooms were clean, staff were friendly and the price included cable TV and WiFi. Sites were a bit sloped but not enough to force me to bring out the leveling blocks for the one night. If I was staying longer I would. All sites and roads are gravel. My length is 44' and I just fit into the pull-through. I would stay here again.
This was an overnight stop on my way to the LA area. Chose this park as it was a Passport America park, but the rate charged was higher than the book rate. Park is very quiet, well away from the highway. Lots of available sites. Washrooms were clean. Staff was friendly. Generally it appeared to be a typical RV park.
Spent a week at this park and enjoyed the stay. But as usual, there are pluses and minuses. On the plus side, the park has some very nice amenities, such the pools, a nice restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch, a well-stocked RV store, a full spread of hookups and clean washrooms. On the negative side, there can be considerable highway noise due to the nearby freeway. My major gripe, though, is the overpriced internet access. $5.95/day or $19.95/week is just too much. However, the service is quite good, but at that price I would expect a wired network connection or at least the 'N' standard for the WiFi. I may return to Oasis, but I will check out other RV Parks first.
Stayed 2 nights here as a base to visit Bryce Canyon. Got cold enough overnight that the staff warned people to disconnect the water lines. Made sure my water tank had plenty of water. Nice campground with reasonable room between sites and nicely treed rows. There was WiFi, but even with my external booster antenna I could not get a connection. For restrooms, it required going over next to the office. But they clean with well equipped. Cable TV would have been nice, especially this time of the year when it gets dark early and the nights are cool. So I found it a little pricey for what you get, but you can't beat the location. I would camp here again, but I might check the competition out first.
This campground made for a good overnight stopover on the trip from Blanding to Bryce Canyon. Its yours basic gravel field with some grass between sites. But the sites are level, washrooms are clean and the campground is behind a restaurant. No cable and no Wi-Fi. Good value. Would stay here again.
Used this campground as the base to visit Monument Valley and the Valley of the Gods, before heading west to Bryce Canyon. The park is your basic campground with gravel sites and roads. But the sites are wide with shade trees between each site. The sites are level and most are pull-through. No park Wi-Fi but I was able to hook into an open network from my site. No cable TV. Good value for the price.
Very quiet in the park when I was there, very few campsites were in use. There is an area with electrical hookup posts that was closed off, it looked very new. My spot did not have any hookups. The sites are large with a sheltered picnic table. The campground is situated right in the middle of the red rock hills. The scenery is just simply awesome. Will definitely come back for a visit.
Stayed here because it was a Passport America campground, but only one night was eligible. Weekend nights are regular rates only. Basic campground with all the usual hookups. Staff are very friendly and the campground is clean. The sites are of ample width with gravel for the site slots and the roads. Some road noise, especially on the front row. Nice views of the surrounding hills. WiFi was good and included in price. 2 miles out of town, but more affordable than the RV parks in Moab. Would stay here again.
Stayed one night so I didn't get to enjoy all the amenities. There is a nice lake on-site for swimming and fishing, plus hiking trails. Park was clean. The sites are average, gravel slots with grass beside. Good value, I would stay here again.
Stayed one night. Park was clean and quiet. A very strong lemony smell was very evident, which the campground staff informed me was the nearby hops processing plant. Didn't use the indoor pool, but it looked nice. I would stay here again.
This is a Passport America campground, in fact I joined here and got half off the rate. The WiFi is excellent. The sites are a bit rough, but the spacing is good. There is a swimming pond and a good sized playground for the kids. It is right across from the ocean with beach access. There is also a restaurant on-site. I plan on using this campground again when visiting the area.
Beautiful location on the ocean, sites are roomy and level. Cost is very reasonable. Staff are very friendly and helpful. WiFi is limited to only half of the park, but you can set up a laptop in the dining/rec room. WiFi wasn't working well when I was there. I would definitely return to this campground.
Good WiFi, but costs an extra $1/day. The free WiFi is only a single cable drop in the campground store. Sites vary, some are very nice, while others need improvement. The sewer drop at mine was on the highest part of the site so the hose ran uphill. Not a lot of room between sites, again, depends on which site you get. Lots to do for the kids, park is very good in that. I will look around first before returning to this campground or make sure I get a better site.
A very nice park, lots of trees and well-spaced sites. The location is very good and the views are excellent. A well run park. The only black mark is the poor WiFi. Of the several days I've spent there over the past two years, I've only managed to connect once. Even being right below the antenna didn't help. Other than that, it is an excellent RV park. But the lack of WiFi means I'll be elsewhere next time I stay in Nanaimo.