Nice park for spending a short time while traveling through. My site was very nice with plenty of room for my rig and tow car. The rates charged are very fair. The only negative comments are it is close to a railroad track and a busy highway. But, it can't be helped to improve that aspect. The owners, which operate the Billy The Kid museum were extremely polite. I will stop here again while enroute.
Very nice RV park. I had site 4, which provided plenty of room for my rig and tow car. The site was extremely beautiful, and it provided an excellent view of the nearby mountain views and valley. The only reason for rating it a 9 is that the main access road entering the park is rutted in spots and needs repair. I will definitely stay here in the future when traveling to this area.
Park has very nice, very friendly staff. Since it is a new park, there are no trees for shade, but that is nice to know if you have satellites. This park is a pleasant surprise for Big Rigs. You won't have any problems parking. I will definitely come back to this park in the future and recommend it highly. Also I was given a free night for staying a week.
Based on previous recommendations made by RV'ers, I selected this park to spend a few days in the Asheville area. Even though I previously reserved a site at this park for a big-rig motorhome, I was extremely disappointed with the site saved for me. It was so unlevel that my front wheels were so far off the ground that I could only enter by using a step ladder. On top of this, I arrived a few hours early so I was charged an extra fee to park at this UNFIT SITE. You can bet I will never stay at this place again.
For Big Rig access, there are no other parks that I have visited that equal River Town Campground. The rear hookups offer a small problem for some rigs. I understand that the reason for installing them at that location is a City Requirement. But, nevertheless, a long sewer hose purchased for less than $20 at a local Wal-Mart solves this problem. If you like being jammed up close to your neighbor, then THIS PARK IS NOT FOR YOU. The average side distance in this park is 40 to 45 Feet apart. The Staff are very considerate and friendly.
Very nice RV park. The shower areas are the nicest and roomiest that I have frequented. The sites are nice, but not very roomy. The biggest problem for a motorhome is that the sites drop off steeply at the front. This causes short legged people and others to have to be careful exiting front door motorhomes. But, to give the owners credit, I didn't ask for a more handicapped friendly site. I will the next time.
This State Park is very beautiful. The RV sites are great with covered patio tables available. That is the good news. The bad news is that virtually every fly in the United States lives there. The outside cooking grills should remain clean since you cannot remain outside without being invaded by these pests. After stopping for two days, I spent the next 2 weeks killing the Hitch-Hiker Flys all the way to Texas and Mississippi.
Nice RV park for Big Rigs. It is well maintained. The only problem is some tree spacing close to the pads. The Staff is very friendly. I would certainly recommend this park for short term or long term use.
While recently traveling through this area, I made the mistake of choosing this RV Park to spend a couple of days in After reserving a Big Rig Site, I arrived to find they didn't have the site available. The only one available was a very short back in site so close to the adjacent site that virtually no room was available. The person that checked me in was very rude and informed me to take it or go to another park. Reservations apparently mean nothing to this business. My 2 nights was, very fortunately, reduced to one night. The best thing that I can say for this park is He was correct in stating I should select another Park. About a week later, I followed his advice on the return trip through Ely. I chose the KOA located in the same City. It proved to be an enjoyable stay.
While touring Nevada, another couple, my wife, and myself decided to select this park to view Reno and the surrounding areas for about 5 days. We were extremely pleased to be able to find such a beautiful and well managed RV park. Other than Rivertown Campground at Vicksburg, Mississippi, this was the cleanest and roomiest RV park that we have ever stayed in. The grounds, pads, and bath houses are kept immaculate. We loved the Astroturf installed on each RV site. We especially loved their enforcement of Pet Rules to keep their sites beautiful and prevent noise for their other guests. We will certainly look forward to revisiting this RV park in the future years.
This RV park is one of the best, restful, roomy, and friendly RV parks that I have stayed in thus far. Rigs of all sizes have no problems parking in the long and wide pull through sites. The owners and staff are very friendly and run a very quite, clean and safe campground. I highly recommend this park for short term or long term stays.
On my trips from my home to Mississippi, I frequently stay overnight at this RV Park. It is easily accessible from the highway and serves nice paved pull-through pads. It is located just outh of Walmart shopping and some fine restaurants nearby. It is very clean and the Staff are very friendly.
This Campground is probably the roomiest for Big Rigs that I have encountered. It is extremely clean The Owners and Staff are very courteous and friendly. Also, the Wi fi very usable with multiple access. The rates charged per night is very reasonable. The new salt water swimming pool is fantastic. I highly recommend this Campground for short term or long term stays.
It is a nice park with good quality cable television available. It is conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 20. The only drawbacks are: short pull-through pads for big rigs and the noisiest railroad tracks right behind the RV park.