Rate is for 50 amp service; cheaper rate for 30 amp. Sites are available in all sizes; ours was a pull-through site long enough for our 40' rig and 12' tow. Sites are gravel, but separated from each other with grass section. Two clean laundry rooms; one at the front of the park, one towards the middle. Book exchange in the office and middle laundry room. Used our own Verizon MiFi instead of the park's WiFi.
We love this park! It offers electric only or dry camping, and yes, the internet is slow at times, but you are in Chicken, AK! This park sits on top of an old gold mine - the owners are to be congratulated for their work in reclaiming the land. Water is trucked in and filtered for use (and it tastes good). There is a café with sandwiches, baked goods, and drinks to match any urban coffee shop. The gift shop offers handmade and high class gifts. A small book exchange is located in the café seating area. There is gold-panning on site and tours of the historic gold dredge. You can also arrange for gold panning trips out to one of their mining claims. The rest of the community of Chicken is within easy walking distance.
We think this is the park to stay when in Dawson City. Sites are level and there is room for everyone to be comfortable, even if side-by-side. The managers/hosts are all very friendly and helpful; full of information about the area. There is a small book exchange in the laundry room; books can be purchased for a donation to KIVA. We left our motorhome here for the 4 days it took to drive to Inuvik, NWT and back. Management worked with us to allow a move into a electric only site to keep our refrigerator and freezer working, and to return to a full-hookup site upon our return. We highly recommend this park to anyone visiting the area.
A very simple campground at the back of the motel unit. Three sites with hookups; the rest are dry camp in a field. The place could use some work, but all utilities worked well. This is a good place to park your rig and make the drive to Keno City and back in your car.
A very nice RV park that does not cater to caravans. We had a site wide and long enough for all 4 slides on our 40' motorhome without encroaching on the neighboring sites. Wifi was sporadic; worked best in the gift shop/office building. Car/RV wash worked well. Easy on/off highway and good access into downtown Whitehorse. We did see where some campers were using the bus line to get into town; but didn't do this ourselves.
This is a simple, clean campground with mostly back-in sites; only a few parallel sites. The sites closer to the road are more level than those closer to the lake. Free firewood was available for campfires; picnic table and fire pit at most sites.
This is your typical gravel parking lot park. Sites are tight together so lining up slides can be an issue. That said, you have to meet the owner! He is friendly, has you laughing, and is quick to point out where everything is in town. You can walk to the grocery store, the Northern Lights Centre, and the sign post forest from the park. WiFi was best on the porch so settle in and make new friends.
A lovely park nestled in the trees at the Liard River Hot Springs. Each of the contractor employees we met were friendly and helpful, from the kiosk host to the young man delivering fire wood. Sites vary in size, from short to long enough for our 40' motorhome. Trees and other bushes provide privacy from neighboring sites. The Hot Springs area is very nice and kept very clean. Don't miss the hike up to the gardens. You can walk to the springs from the campground or drive your car over and park in the day-use lot. Saw many bears and wood bison in the area outside the park.
A clean, well-run park by the looks of things. Car/RV wash at the end campground worked good. Gravel sites, long enough for 40' motorhome with tow still attached. Park is within walking distance of museum and visitor information centre. We didn't eat at the park's café, but it had a good crowd.
A very nice park, probably the nicest one in the area; the owners are working very hard to keep it well maintained and managed. Problems with the WiFi were being corrected; owner mentioned they might have to have a new system installed. Gravel lot can be quite muddy when it rains; be prepared to take your shoes off to enter restrooms and laundry area. Park is frequently used by caravan groups and there are a few full-time workers living here. We will stay here again.
The campground is now under new management and she is working hard to freshen and update the facilities. A new snack bar and patio are under construction. As others have mentioned, the park sets alongside a lake, but the sites are not on the water. The campground offers sites with full hookups, electric only, and no hookups. We had a nice, level pull-through site with plenty of room for our 4-slide, 40' RV and tow. We would definitely return to stay longer and rent a canoe!
We found this to be a very nice park located away from the hustle and bustle of the town and highway. We had a long site (#43) for our 4-slide, 40' RV with plenty of room for our tow. As others have noted, the sites are separated from each other by trees and other shrubs. Park was quiet, and we had good Internet connection from the Camp 2 antenna. The manager was very friendly and offered good tips for sightseeing in the area. She has a nice selection of travel brochures available if you miss stopping at the tourism centre in town.
This is an awesome Parks Canada campground with sites to meet anyone's needs. We had a full hookup, pull-through site long and wide enough for our 4-slide, 40' RV with tow and were separated from neighbors by trees and other bushes. A campfire permit and wood costs $8.80CDN; wood is easily retrieved from two sites within the park. We would definitely stay here again.
We had a lovely site in this beautiful campground. While many sites are for two rigs, we were lucky enough to get a single, pull-through site for our 4-slide, 40' RV with plenty of room for our tow. Sites are separated by trees and, except for the occasional train, was very quiet. Watch the speed bumps as you approach the fee kiosk - they are rough! There were warnings of bear activity, but we didn't see any. We will stay here again.
Only part of this campground was open this early in the season (June 7-9) so we were in a non-big rig site. That said, it was long and wide enough for our 4-slide, 40' RV; the tow car was parked across the front. The park appears to be well-maintained and clean; we don't use their restrooms or showers. We had a quiet stay except for traffic noises; no children in the park during this time. We had 30amp service, no WiFi, and Verizon cell coverage.
This is a very clean, city-owned park with nice shady, roomy sites. Most sites will accommodate a big rig such as our 4-slide, 40' RV. We chose a back-in site ($30); but the pull-throughs ($35) were just as long. Payment is at a kiosk; no host on site. For dog owners, there's an enclosed Wag and Run, off leash area. Mosquitoes were a bit of a problem, but spray and wind worked well.
Rate includes tax. This is a simple, clean, paved park. There is a small grassy spot between sites with a picnic table which would be shared by the rigs on both sides. Pull through sites are narrow, but long enough for a 40' motorhome with tow attached. Free breakfast is provided in motel (Days Inn) and RVrs can use pool and spa without charge. Restaurant and Flying J gas station located in front of park. Freeway noise is mostly a given for this location.
This is a very nice, well maintained, super clean RV park. The owners are very friendly, love their park, and work hard to keep it in top condition. Our pull through site was very level and long enough for our 40' RV and unhitched tow vehicle. There is a small book and video exchange in the office. We're sorry we missed out on the community garden. We will definitely stay here again.
A very nice campground with lots of amenities as noted by the previous reviewers. The rate reflects Good Sam discount plus tax. Sites are gravel, level, and long enough for our 40' RV and tow vehicle. Easy on and off the freeway, with very little freeway noise. We will stay here again if passing through this way.
This is a very nice campground with paved, level sites, and plenty of access for big rigs. All sites have a picnic table under a roof cover, fire pit, and BBQ grill. The site was clean except for some left over garbage scraps from the previous camper. A new nature trail is being built and there is ongoing remediation from an earlier gas spill which damaged various park areas. Check in time is 3:00 p.m. They stick to this unless you want to pay an additional day use fee.
This is a simple, no-frills park in a rural setting with full hookups. The owner and campground manager are very friendly and made sure we were settled in and hooked up before wanting payment. There are no facilities so you need to be self-contained to stay here. It is a good base for exploring the area; especially, the historic town of Helper and the nearby Nine Mile Canyon petroglyphs and pictographs. We were told this is a popular park for those wanting to use the local golf course during the summer season. We would stay here again.
We stayed here while attending Easter Jeep Safari; which is why the nightly rate is so high. Reservations for this week were made at least 6 months out. The sites that are back-to-back are narrow. It would have been tight for our 40' RV with four slides if the RV next to us had slides as well. Office staff seemed pretty frazzled and were having trouble with their check in system which was down for most of a day. Rather than back-to-back, they would not make the change to allow us to move over one site so we could be face-to-face with family members, We probably won't stay here again. As others have mentioned, the sites are gravel and dusty with only a little wind.
This is a nice park in the middle of Cortez and serves as a great base for exploring the area. The park is clean, well-maintained, and the camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. The office has a supply of RV parts. We have stayed here before and would stay here again.
We truly enjoyed our overnight stay. The park is clean, well maintained, has a small kid's playground, and even a volleyball net. Owners were very kind and helpful with directions. The bathhouse is very clean. There is a washer and dryer, and an oven for camper's use. A small book exchange is located in the bathhouse. The sites are level and would be tight for larger rigs if the park were full. That said, we were fine in our 40', 4-slide RV with no one parked next to us. We would stay here again.
Travelers beware! You may be charged an amount other than what you were quoted and what is on your receipt. We, too, were quoted the $22 price, but mentioned the billboard price of $18. Our receipt reflects the $18; our credit card bill is for $30+. The rating reflects our dissatisfaction with how we've been treated financially. We won't stay here again. That said, this is a very basic, casino RV park. As others have noted, watch your step around the site curbs. Check in for the park is at the hotel; there is plenty of parking across the street for big rigs. It is an okay stop for one night; just pay cash.
This park is a KOA, Encore, and Thousand Trails. As others have mentioned, the sites are large, gravel, and level. There is lots of room for your ATV, ORV, or tow, or both. Office staff are very friendly and helpful. Many nice people in the park who come for a month or more to ride the many trails in the area. Nice book exchange in the game room. We would stay here again.
This is a clean, well-maintained park with friendly, helpful staff and a group of seasonal residents who have fun and enjoy getting together for many local activities. Over our nine day stay, we were warmly welcomed to join in all of their events. The park is a good location for exploring Joshua Tree National Park and the other nearby communities. If you geocache, there are many power trails in the area. We'll stay here again.
Stayed here on the first and last days of a Fantasy Caravan tour to Baja California. Rate reflective of group discount. Most would rate this park a 10, but with all the noise and construction, had to make it a 9. We didn't use the laundry and other facilities, but tour mates who did said they were very nice. Easy on and off the freeway for our big rig. We would stay here again.
This is a good location on the southeast side of Tucson. The park is about 90% park models with the remaining sites for seasonal and short-term stays. Some sites gravel, others are paved. The library is well-stocked, but for in-park loan only. It does not have a take-one, leave one policy which would be my only complaint of this park. Many daily activities, entertainment, and even a small weekly farmers' market make it a good place for seasonal stays.
Simple, gravel RV park with no real amenities. Park is under new management who are working hard to bring it to a higher standard. A good stop for exploring Cochise Stronghold and Chiricahua National Monument. Easy day trip to Douglas or Bisbee from the park. Front sites are 30amp and close together, but still room for our 40', 4 slide motorhome. New sites toward the back have more room and 50amp.
We always enjoy our stay at this park. It is well managed;. Sites are level and good size for our 40' 4-slide motorhome. A small book exchange is located in the laundry room. The spa is very welcoming as is the gift shop located within the office building. There was a rally group in the park during our stay as well as a tour group from Canada. Still lots of room for everyone else. Park is within walking distance of downtown Old Mesilla. We will stay here again.
A no frills park but the owners are very nice and work hard to keep the park in good shape. You need to be self-contained; no bathhouse as far as we can tell. A short walk to Aztec Ruins and about 1.5 hours to Chaco Culture NHP. We've stayed here before and will stay here again.
We truly enjoyed staying here the past couple of days. Manager was very friendly and good tips for restaurants and activities. While most of the leaves are off the trees, there is still beautiful color all around. We were in the far back loop; only one other trailer parked a few sites down. If the fish were biting, we would have been fishing about 50' from the back of the rig. Sites are good size, level, and have picnic tables and fire pits. Small book exchange in office. This would be a good place for an RV rally, plenty of sites and nicely covered pavilion. If we are ever back this way, we'll stay here again.
Stayed here while attending Geocoinfest 2013. This is a nice park but we wouldn't rate it a 10. The pool and hot tub area is nice and was clean the night we used it. There is a book exchange in the community room. There is plenty of room between sites in the premium area which also has some nice shade trees. Rate reflects a current promotion.
This is a very clean park, the sites are well laid out, appears to be well managed and maintained, and is currently the only RV park in Gallup. Sites are back to back, but there is plenty of room for our 40' RV, 4 slides, and tow vehicle. Park sits on old Route 66. We've stayed here before and will stay here again.
Rate reflects GS discount plus tax. This is a simple park and appears to be well maintained and managed. A free continental breakfast is available in the mornings from 8-10am, however, the breakfast is served in a small area that can be quite crowded with other campers. Sites are gravel, level, and with small patches of grass. Park sits next to the maintenance yards for Grand Canyon Railway; the spare trains sit on rail sidings next to the park. Some train noise from the main line, but it wasn't disturbing. We would stay here again.
Park is good for an overnight or multi-day stop; especially if exploring Death Valley NP. The site was large enough for our 40' RV with 4 slides with the car parked to the back. We were told we didn't have to unhook unless we wanted to do so. We've stayed here before and will stay here again.
No one was here when we arrived mid afternoon for a one night stay. It gave us time to find the right spot for our 40 foot RV. Not many of the sites are good for a rig this big, but #9 worked well for us. We didn't use the restrooms or build a fire, but enjoyed watching the falling snow. The park remained very quiet with only one other vehicle spending the night. A good stop for a night crossing Nevada on US Highway 50. Only a few shops were open in Austin but you can get dinner and treasures by visiting the stores that were open. We would stay here again.
Nightly rate includes tax. A very simple RV Park right on the Nevada Utah border. Café offers simple diner fare, houses the casino, store, and bar, and has a shelf of used books for sale. The park is clean and appears to be well-maintained. Good for an overnight or for a few days to explore the area. It was an easy drive to Great Basin National Park visitor center in Baker. We truly enjoyed our late afternoon drive through the park enjoying the fall colors.
We shared a two-site space with family. There was more than enough room for both vehicles - a 40' motorhome and a pickup/camper. As others have noted, be prepared for the bugs. Our screened-in bug tent fit right under the site's picnic table canopy allowing us to sit outside during the day and evening and enjoy our meals - bugless! Campground host (a full-time RVer like us) was very friendly and stopped by to notify us of problems and fixes with the water system. We would stay here again.
We were here one night and it worked well for us. We had an end space, one rig only - which fit our 40', 4 slide RV very well. Most sites do not appear to be level, but by placing our rig at the back end of the site, we were able to level fairly easily. Park is kept very clean, bathrooms were spotless. Small book exchange in the laundry room.
Rate reflects GS discount. This was our second stay at this park. It is well cared for and under new good management - the owners' children have taken over and are doing a great job from what we could tell. WI-FI signal was strong and worked as well as our Verizon MIFI. We will stay here again.
Rate reflects GS discount. A nice park for an overnight stay or for several days. Park is very clean and well-maintained; gardens are a delight. Laundry room is very clean, well-lit, and houses the book exchange. Good on/off access from I-90 and Hwy 93 coming south from Glacier NP.
A nice park for an overnight or multiple days. Owner and manager were quite helpful and full of information about the area. Great breakfasts and fresh pies and cinnamon rolls are a plus. Small book exchange in gift shop. Some highway and train noise, but not loud enough to bother us. We'd stay here again.
We stayed here during the Monaco Northwest (NW) Fall Rally. The park accommodated all 28 rally RVs and other campers. Great hosts were super friendly and helpful. The park's pavilion worked great for meals and meetings. There is a small book exchange in the laundry room and the community library next door has a nice selection of books for sale. We would stay here again.
Sites are very tight for big rigs like ours with four slides. This is your typical KOA which has gravel sites, has seen a lot of use, and costs more than it is worth. Book exchange is in laundry room and had some good options. Park is off the freeway about 1.5 miles so pretty quiet with no road noise.
Sites are very tight, but relatively level. Just off interstate, but noise isn't too bad. Plenty of shopping and restaurants within short distance. About the only RV park-option for big rigs if you want to visit Seattle.
Rate is average of Good Sam and firefighter discounts over an 11 day stay. Everything said by other reviewers is right on. Sites can be a bit tight for big rigs with 4 slides (like ours). We were lucky there was no one in the sites across from us as we were able to pull through those to get to the exit. Cookies and managers were quite nice and the book exchange provided lots of options. We will stay again.
This is an okay RV park and we would stay here again. During our stay, repairs required water and power to be turned off. It would have been nice to be notified when this was happening. As noted by others, some of the sites are not very level and it can be noisy. Office staff were very pleasant during our check-in.
What more can one say about this RV park, other than it is a great place to stay. Price reflects GS and Players Club discounts. The book exchange was smaller than past times that we've stayed here; but that is a reflection of those of us who drop off/exchange books. Off to enjoy the pool!!
This is a nice park with welcomed shade on a hot afternoon. Our 50 amp space was relatively level, grass, but a bit on the wet side. We put down jack pads and had no problem with leveling. Host was very friendly, helpful with directions, and a pleasure to check in with. Some sites are a bit close, but we had plenty of room for all four slides and a nice seating area. We will stay here again.
Everything the last reviewers had to say is right on. We stay here 2-3 weeks when visiting family. In addition to the store, gas station (an easy in/out for big rigs to get diesel), and casino, there is a storage lot available if you need to leave your rig parked somewhere. Make reservations in advance if coming for the major Reno events. We will stay here again.
This is our second stay at this park. Hosts are very friendly, will escort you to your site, and give you a ride back up to the office to check in. Park seems to be about 80 percent full-time; 20 percent overnighters. That said, it is well-managed, there is little noise, and the park is kept clean. The June reviews noted below are very much on the mark. We will stay here again.
This is our second stay at this typical KOA park which has most amenities. Park is clean and appears to be well-maintained; though it is showing its age. Pool was a pleasant reprieve on this 105 degree day. Park's WiFi did not work for us; but they are up front and tell you that it is not available at all sites. Our Verizon cellular service and MiFi were strong. Please note there are only a small number of 50 amp sites available. Make reservations if you need 50 amp. Even though we feel this park is over-priced, we will stay here again if passing through.
The hosts were friendly, even turning around and coming back to the park as we pulled in. The park's free WiFi worked well for us; our Verizon cellular MiFi was weak. Cost reflects GS discount plus tax. Plenty of room for big rigs. We will stay here again.
A good park for an overnight or for several days. Park is all gravel, well-maintained, and clean. There are many full-time people here; the oil fields have brought in a lot of workers. Park staff are friendly and very knowledgeable of the area. Small book exchange in the office. The park's free Wi-Fi is stronger than our Verizon MiFi. Easy access from I-80 and lots of room for big rigs. Many sites work for parking without having to unhitch your tow. Our second stay at this park; we will stay here again. Remember, you are right on the edge of the Rockies here; it can be very windy, watch your awnings.
This is a nice park for an overnight or a few days. Yes, the park is all gravel, but it is clean and very well maintained. Laundry room was clean and houses a small book exchange. Some sites have a bit of a slope to them. Very friendly staff, easy access from I-80, and plenty of room for big rigs. We would stay here again.
This is a great park for one night or several. The hosts are very helpful and friendly. They work very hard at keeping this campground clean and well-maintained. We had no problem finding the park; from the east watch for the typical campground sign just after the Lewis & Clark monument. Park is very big rig friendly.
This is definitely a park for smaller rigs and families with children. Sites were long enough for our 40' rig, but barely room for tow. Even with a pull-through site, we will need to back out; not enough turning radius due to trees, other campers, and narrow roadway. Ended our evening with the park's sewer system backing up out of our site's drains. The park responded quickly to fix it and clean up. Still, this park is very over-priced if you don't get involved in the activities. We won't stay here again.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. The last reviewers have described this park very well. The smaller rig side is nicely treed and fairly level. The bigger rig size (with 50 amp) has some uneven sites, no trees, and is basically a parking lot. Having stayed in other casino RV parks, we felt this one a bit expensive due to the lack of amenities. That said, security is a plus, it is very close to downtown, and the arch is right out your window.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. A very nice, well-maintained, family-run park. Good level, gravel sites provide easy access for big rigs. Sites are nicely shaded though some trees are overhanging and can be close to slide outs. Train and road noise, so if that bothers you go elsewhere. Bring your fishing pole, no license required.
This is a large parking lot with hookups. Be certain there is no game or other event going on if you want to stay here. I'd say reservations, or at least a phone call to the park, is a must. No one at the office when we arrived and no one came to collect for the evening's stay. We're working out payment via email. No bathrooms, showers, or other amenities. Must be fully self-contained from what we could see.
Two levels to this RV Park. We were parked in the large, spacious sites along the river. Plenty of room for multiple slide outs and big rigs. No trees except for those along the river bank. Gravel roads are really rough. Park is currently doing some repairs, but job not finished yet. Office staff friendly and helpful. Our Rand GPS was steering us to the wrong location, so look for the signs along Highway 56.