I found this park after I called Fall Creek Falls state park and found out it was full. I made a reservation for myself and my in-laws over the internet and requested sites that would be side by side. They set us up exactly as requested and we had a large space between our TT's. The staff at the park from what I could tell were actually the owners and they seemed very nice and eager to please. The bathrooms were spotless as were the showers. Instead of the traditional bathhouses they have individual bathrooms with showers which my wife and daughter really liked. All of the spaces in the park are pull-thru sites which is nice. The roads as stated in previous reviews are gravel as are each space. Although they are not paved they are pretty level and I was able to get my TT level without much effort, though my sewer hose had to be run a bit uphill in order to hook it up. The only problem I had while I was there was with the Wi-Fi and it was only a minor inconvenience. They have a wireless access point in/near the office and a second in a bathroom near the front of the park (which is where I camped) and the access point closest to me was not working properly. It was not too big of a deal as I could still get on the internet if I went up near the office but it would have been nice to be able to access the internet from my TT. Each space in the park has a picnic table and a metal fire ring with a grill grate. As also mentioned in a previous review there are not many trees in the park except around the perimeter. Although some shade would have been nice during the day it allowed for an unobstructed view of the sky at night and because there is not much ambient light out there you get a great view of the stars and the milky-way on a clear night. My family and I enjoyed our stay there and we will probably stay there each time we are in the area rather than staying right in Fall Creek Falls.
This was a very nice RV park with a very nice staff. The surroundings of the park are very pretty and it was just an enjoyable place to be. The restrooms and laundry facility were a bit dated but they were very clean. The Wi-Fi worked very well, though I was very close to the office so I can't speak for the rest of the park. I did not see any concrete pads but the all of the spaces have gravel and they all seemed to be pretty level. The location of the RV park is perfect because you are close to Durango and Silverton. I would certainly stay here again the next time I'm out this way.
I was not very impressed with this place. We reserved a pull-through site with a concrete pad. When we arrived we found out that they over-booked and we ended up with a grass site that was at the back of the park. Our site was flooded when we arrived at it. During our 4 day stay it rained every single day and each day when we would return from one of the Disney parks we came back to find our TT was sitting in water that was high enough to be about half way between our ankles and knees. Fortunately there was a concrete pad with a picnic table right next to the TT and I had the foresight to park the TT close enough to it that the steps opened up above the pad. I would back my truck up over the pad so my wife and daughter could get out without having to stand in water and then I would turn the truck around so I could get out in the same manner. The bathrooms were not that clean and neither were the showers. We originally wanted to stay in Wilderness Camp at Disney but they were booked so we ended up here. Next time if we cannot get into Fort Wilderness I'm just going to cancel the trip. By the way they charge additional for Wi-Fi. Also the guy next to me got stuck when he was trying to back in his camper and I heard the staff laughing about it. When one of the staff asked the other staff member if they should get the truck and help pull him out he said "no it's not our problem why should we get our truck dirty". That really turned me off and I ended up pulling him out since I have 4 wheel drive.
Check in leaves a bit to be desired as the guy behind the counter is not very friendly, and you have to pick your spot BEFORE you check in which was a bit weird. There was tons of spaces available, and I ended up staying in loop D in the only pull-thru spot I saw in loop D. It rained nearly the entire time I was there so I did not get to go out and see much of Fall Creek Falls. I plan to return and see a bit more of it. I cannot speak for the rest of the RV campground but loop D was quiet and for a more primitive type place pretty well maintained. I enjoyed watching the deer walk through the camp in the mornings and the solitude of being there since we were one of only a handful of people staying in loop D. One word of advice is make sure you fill up as soon as you get off of 40 if that is where you are coming from. There is only 1 gas station near Fall Creek Falls and they do not sell premium, only regular and plus. Also be prepared to clean a ton of pine needles off of your awning, slides, roof, truck etc.
This place is run by the owner who is a very nice guy. The grounds were clean, but the bathrooms were very outdated which just made them feel not as clean as they could be, well that and the fact that several of the lights did not work. Not a lot going on in this RV park or the town of Sallisaw. This is great for a one or two night layover on your way to a real destination, but that's about it. Wi-Fi and cable worked well.
The staff was very friendly, and the grounds were clean. The wi-fi left a bit to be desired, but there was plenty of stuff there for the kids to do. The bathrooms were very outdated and could have been cleaner especially the showers. I found out when I got there that a bolt had come loose off of my hitch, and one of the guys in the office found a replacement for me and gave it to me for free. So as far as the staff goes they are top notch. I gave it a 6 only because of the shape of the bathrooms and the slooooow wi-fi.
Super clean grounds, bathrooms and showers! A very nice RV park in a very convenient location. Just minutes away from the entrance from Yellowstone and in the heart of West Yellowstone. Aside from the price I could not be more pleased with this place. The Wi-Fi worked flawlessly! The staff is very on top of it all and does everything they can to make your stay enjoyable. The only problem I had was the little pine tree between my spot and the one next to me was so close that I could not open the awning. I would certainly stay here again anytime I'm in the area. One of the cleanest RV parks I have ever seen.
This park was nice because it was shaded by mature trees and had more of a camping feel than a lot of the RV "parking lots" I have stayed in before. The bathrooms and showers were not that clean, and most of the time the stalls were out of toilet paper. The $1.00 pancake breakfast was a nice touch, and the wi-fi worked well, though we were right up front in a pull through. The pad for our site was not level at all, and it was short and narrow. The staff is friendly and was helpful when we asked questions about things to do in the area. I'm giving it a 7 because the cable was limited to only a few channels and none of them worked well and because of the poor shape the pad was in. For the money I expected more.
The park was very nice and very clean. The grounds were very well maintained, the pads for all the pull through sites I saw were perfectly level, and the amenities were very good. The wi-fi worked perfectly even though we were VERY far away from the office. The bathrooms and showers were spotless! The only drawback was the noise from Worlds of Fun amusement park. The noise of the roller coasters and then the fireworks late at night was a bit much; though I'm sure it would not have been that bad if I had not just driven 13 hours to get there. Overall a very nice RV park.
Fantastic RV park with very upscale amenities. Bath rooms and showers were spotless as was the FREE laundry facility. At a rate of $15.00 per night for a pull through with full hookups you cannot go wrong. Also it is right next to the interstate so it's very convenient!
Park is easy to get to and easy to navigate once inside. Gravel roads are well maintained and wide enough to easily move around. The staff is friendly and the grounds are well kept. However the price I had to pay was way to high for the what the park had to offer and the spaces (I had a premimum pull through site with concrete pad) are narrow and short. The trees were so close to my TT that I could not even open my awning. The hookups were very close to the pad so hooking up was a breeze. They did provide a picnic table and even a campfire ring even though it was an old wheel from a tractor trailer. The fact that they had some long term "residents" in rather run down trailers really took away from the overall feel and made the whole place seem a bit run down. The wi-fi was free but VERY slow. The cable TV had around 100 total channels and worked perfectly. Overall it's not a bad place it just had a lower class feel but the staff is very friendly and because of that I would return.