Sacramento and vicinity are notoriously lacking in nice, quiet, secure RV parks. Although lacking some amenities like a pool, etc., this one is fine. In general, the park is well-managed by friendly, competent staff. The paved parking area is a bit sloped, but the gravel parking area in the back lot is quite level. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. The noise level was very low except for the rare occasion that some big event at CALEXPO was occurring at night. The lights just were not that bright -- I don't know what the other reviews are referring to. Also, although it was a large paved parking lot area, there were quite a few trees planted throughout and surrounding the park. To the side and rear of the park there is a bike trail that connects to a very large system of bike trails along the American River. The location is central and it takes only minutes to get to downtown. The security was good -- surveillance cameras, large fences surrounding the park, and police/security cars patrolling the area. We enjoyed our stay and have returned to stay again. This is where we stay on our frequent visits to the area.
Very nice park. We are in a spot with no sewer, but it has water and electric. Most sites offer sewer, but cost a bit more. There is a separate dump station we can use. It is quiet -- far enough away from Hwy 49 to not hear it much at all. There are a couple of cabins for rent, and occasionally there is a tent camper, but mostly RVs. Quite a few permanent, but they are very nice, clean rigs and sites. No one ever leaves messes or does not clean up after their pets (signs make clear if they do they will be asked to leave immediately, no refunds). Bathrooms and showers are always clean. Basketball half court, swimming pool, laundry, large washing sink, picnic tables. Wi-Fi is not good, but for simple email or light web surfing would be sufficient. (Maybe better in other locations -- we do not have a good spot for reception, however.) Friendly staff and RVers. Shade trees at most sites. Weekly rates available, as well as monthly. But monthly campers must apply for this with credit checks, deposits, etc., as though you were applying for renting an apartment or house. Utilities in that case are billed separately, unlike the daily/weekly rates. We definitely would stay here again.
Nice, level, good-sized sites. All pull-through, with options for full hookups or not. The prices differed a bit depending on the options. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The campground is not especially scenic, although the surrounding hills present a nice view. It is simple and straight-forward location with very clean, hot showers having lots of water pressure. This is a campground that is very convenient to I-80. There is some road noise, however, and it is noticeable, although not enough to bother us inside the trailer. This is fine for an overnight stay for us. Wi-Fi was free but not the best signal. The prices are good and we would certainly stay there again when passing through this area.
Clean, well-cared for campground. Owners are helpful and nice. WiFi was free but you need to login again after an hour of use. Very easy to access from I-80. In spite of being so close to freeway, traffic not very loud or noticeable. The park has many trees and sites were gravel, level, and nicely sized. Sites are not on top of one another. Restrooms and showers are very, very clean. We don't have kids, but they have a lot of amenities for them such as playgrounds, pull-trains, pool, etc. Hot tub for adults. We thought it was a bit pricey for what you get especially off season. Our price was with AAA/Sam's Club discount of 10%. However, if we were in the area we would certainly consider staying there again since it is a nice campground.
It is an attractive park in the Berkshires, which is a great location. There are many seasonal rv'ers whose RVs are here all year. If you stay for a month there is a reduced rate, but then in that case the electricity is separate. The grounds are very well-kept and the pool is very nice. WiFi works reasonably well most of the time in certain locations. In the rear of the park it does not work and cell phone reception is spotty. The staff is nice and helpful. The only problem we had was with the free showers in the south side of the park not being very hot. The paid showers at the office were warmer. Overall a very nice, quiet place to stay. Note: It gets crowded and even full on holidays and certain peak season weekends. There are very few RV parks in western Massachusetts, especially that are very nice, so this one fills up.
Nice people. Owner is especially helpful. We enjoyed the outdoor pool and the fact that they were right across the street from a very nice park. The park has old American Indian artifacts, hiking trails and a waterfall. The RV park itself was quiet and clean and had full hookups and a small store. Sites were fairly level. We would certainly stay here again.
They just suffered a major flood, so some of the issues are a result of that. They did end up redoing the pool completely, so that is quite nice and brand new. The sites that are higher up in the park seemed nicer than ours down the hill. It was very wet when we were there and extremely muddy. Also very, very hard to back into the sites and our little trailer is just 19 feet total (16 ft body). Sites are pretty close to one another. The bathrooms are in serious need of updating. The management seemed quite friendly. The campground is less expensive than many in this general area of western MA. It has the potential for being a very nice campground. I would start with more concrete -- site pads, etc. to alleviate the mud situation since even if there is no flooding at any given moment, it rains a lot in this part of the state.
This was a very nice RV plaza that is part of Ohio's Tiffin River service plaza that was built in 2011. It is a brand-new, state-of-the-art plaza that is exceptionally clean and attractive. The plaza has a Starbuck's, Sbarro, Burger King, gas station and convenience store. There are spotlessly clean free showers and restrooms, and the staff there is quite friendly. I was not sure how to answer the 'Yes/No' question on water and sewer hookups -- there is water and a dump station available, but not at each site. 50/30/20 electrical is available at each site, however. The operations staff said that 38' Ft RVs can fit for sure, and maybe 40' Ft could squeeze in if the place is not too crowded. It was empty when we were there. The PDF file for the stations is here: http://www.ohioturnpike.org/media/pdf/RV_generalinfo.pdf Ohio has 8 of these RV plazas on Interstate 90 -- they are at alternating travel plazas (every other plaza has one). Although normally we would not rate such a simple location an 8, we have had such trouble and misery after leaving the west/mid-west (on 90 after leaving SD and MN) finding safe, quiet, reasonably priced (like less than $40-50/night) parks, finding these little plazas was a real boon to us. For one thing, unlike MOST travel plazas, they don't stick you in amongst the BIG, SMELLY, LOUD SEMI-TRUCKS. Nope -- here the RV's get their own spot where no other cars or trucks are allowed. Also, on super-hot nights it is great to have electrical hookups with air-conditioning. Let's hear it for Ohio and their little RV travel spots for those of us on I-90! This is the list: Eastbound: • Tifﬁn River (Milepost 20.8) • Wyandot (Milepost 76.9) • Vermilion Valley (Milepost 139.5) • Brady’s Leap (Milepost 197.0) Westbound: • Portage (Milepost 197.0) • Middle Ridge (Milepost 139.5) • Blue Heron (Milepost 76.9) • Indian Meadow (Milepost 20.8)
Definitely a place you are staying just for a night while on your way somewhere else. It was a reasonably decent location. Pretty quiet and close to the Inn where there was a pool, casino, restaurant, etc. The staff was very nice; free margaritas to RV'ers (one each adult). Price was cheap enough. One of the sites did not have its own water source and had to share with the one next to it, but the rest had full hookups. It was pretty level and clean. There were not a lot of spaces; it is a very small RV park. You can also boondock in their parking lot for free. They do not mind at all. We did not see showers, but the restrooms in the Inn were clean.
Showers and bathrooms were relatively clean considering how many people use them. There are LINES of people waiting to use the showers. Not so much with the bathrooms. Lines of people to use the laundry, etc. Well, Yellowstone is crowded, no doubt about it. As in most national parks, pets must be on leash and don't get to go anywhere in the park except in the RV and office area. The sites are very close to one another. Very, very close. Luckily most of the RV'ers are considerate. We had one group behind us that was not, but that was the exception. The dump stations are high up off the ground oddly, which made it hard for us to dump since we have a small trailer close to the ground. It is a beautiful national park, for sure. Not a bad place to stay -- pretty area with lots of trees. Just really crowded. But worth it if you want to see the park easily. There are small convenience stores close by with typical items (beer, chips, milk, cheese, etc.) and a souvenir shop with maps and guide books etc. Gas station and RV and auto repair right there, too. The registration office sells stuff like RV tank sanitizer for a good price. We had a nice time there.
Very nice park. Quiet except for road noise from freeway that it is adjacent to. Mostly older people; no kids since no pool, maybe. The owners are exceptionally friendly. Very clean shower and bathroom area. Laundry right there onsite. Wi-fi is available but poor signal. Does work, more or less, just slow. Be sure to ask for Good Sam, AAA, and AARP discounts. They have all pull-throughs and a certain percentage has sewer there. The other sites have electric and water, and these folks use the dump station. These sites are cheaper than the ones with the local dump stations, of course. Not crowded at all. Pet friendly (owners have nice calico cats). If it were not for the proximity to the road, we would have rated it a 7, but that said, we would be more than happy to stay here again for a few nights. Definitely recommended.
Owner and staff were very nice; quite personable, in fact. There was a lot of room and not crowded at all. Gravel pads were fairly level. Full hookups (30amp). The showers and restrooms were rustic, but clean. It was quiet. There was a nice golf course right behind the RV park owned by the same person who owns the park. Horses roam the area by the lake on the other side of the park. Definitely a pastoral area, odiferous at times with farm smells, but overall a nice area. We would stay there again.
This is a a very nice park. The bathrooms and showers are immaculate. You get the use of the pool, sauna, workout room, etc. If you like to gamble, the casino is close -- across the parking lot next to the RV park. There are trees in the park providing shade for some RV spots and there are mountains in the distance. The management is friendly and helpful. There is a small market right next to the park. Wi-Fi is good -- seems fast and has good connectivity. The back-in sites cost less than the pull-throughs. The thing that causes us to rate this only a 7 instead of the 8 we would have given it is due to the proximity to the busy highway and the occasional construction that surrounds the park. The construction seems to be intermittent and the park is mostly fairly quiet. Note: If you get a site towards the front left (like spot #28) some of the flood lights around the neighboring motel will be very bright at night and will stream into your RV unless your shades are quite dark.
Very reasonably priced -- our rate was the weekly rate. Nice campground and nice owners who obviously care about their facility. The place was very, very clean. It was quiet and the small lake was a real surprise in the desert. There were two sets of bathrooms and showers. There was a large sink if you wanted to wash dishes. We went in March and it was not crowded at all. Be careful not to park behind big rigs if you want Wi-Fi since they can block the signal. We are small and this happened to us. Also, there was no cell reception. It really is off the beaten path, but not that far to drive into town. The only real downside was the lack of sewer hookups, although the dump station was pretty close. Had the sites had the sewer included, I would have rated this park a 9. Yes, we would happily stay there again.