Great park to stay for access to the Napa and Sonoma wineries. Rates went up in January to $40 a night, but you get 10% for Good Sam or AAA. There are no weekly/monthly rates, and there is a 28 day stay limit. Camp hosts are friendly and helpful. I would advise calling and getting a reservation due to the limited spaces. There are 6 back-ins. Our 43' motorhome fit with no problem, with plenty of room for the toad. Spacing is also good, no problem with the slides.
This is a beautiful park on Lake Conroe. The grounds are well kept, and there are nice amenities like trash pickup and cable TV. When I called for a reservation, they asked me to fill out a questionnaire with certain information so that we could be screened prior to coming in. Once there, we had to sign indicating that we accepted their rules. Once we got there, we saw that about 3/4 of the park is rented out long-term. Half of these are local workers, and the other half are rented to local homeowners, who show up on weekends and holidays. Most of the long-term people have built wooden porches next to their rigs. There are no planned activities, so the park is quiet during the day when everyone is at work. There were only a few traveling RVers, so socializing opportunities are limited. The office staff is very friendly and helpful. Our site seemed to be plagued with those wonderful Texas fire ants. Management was quick to respond to treat these areas, but they kept reappearing. The pool and hot tubs were not heated, and appeared cloudy at times. We probably would not stay here again unless we were traveling with friends so we could have some company. Oh, and the 'rules' are pretty much ignored if you are a long term renter. The nightly rate reflects the prorated monthly rate. Electricity is extra at $0.15/kWh.
Overall, this is a good park with proximity to the Opry. The price is the best of the 3 parks on Music Valley Drive. It is a Good Sam park, but you do not get that discount on a weekly (the price shown reflects a weekly rate). I did go over to Jellystone, and their weekly rate is almost $100 higher per week. When I made my reservation a month in advance, they asked if I wanted a satellite site, and I told them that I did. They asked where my dish was on the motorhome, so that they could get me in a good spot. I thought this consideration was great, but the actual site I was given was in the trees, towards the back of the park. No signal, no matter how I moved the coach. They would not move me to another site. Otherwise, the staff was friendly and helpful.
This is a beautiful park in shady setting. We couldn't get satellite here, but they do have cable. The park is convenient to Jekyll and St. Simon Islands. We found the park staff to be helpful and friendly. When I called for a reservation, they told me no sewer sites were available, but when I arrived they found one for me. Trash pickup every morning. Bring your insect repellent, as there are sand gnats and no-see-ums. I don't know if they get more plentiful in the summer, but they were out in force in early March.
Beautiful park, very shady. Even in March, the 50amp sites were scarce. The interior roads were recently repaved, but are narrow. If you have a big rig, you will have to go very slow. Couldn't get a satellite signal no matter how we moved the rig. The cable is poor, ABC is just static with shadows. Hiking trails are nice. There are no-see-ums here, so bring your repellent! The park is convenient to Savannah. We found the signage coming in to be just fine (brown signs with white lettering), so this problem noted by earlier reviewers must have been addressed. Definitely use Harry Truman Parkway.
We stayed here for 2 nights on our way over to Perry. This is a good spot for overnight, although there were many people here for the winter. The owners were friendly and helpful. It is a Good Sam Park, so there is a break on the rate. No trees to obstruct satellite, and they have good cable. The only problem we encountered was that, while we had a 50 amp service, the voltage was low (103V). The voltage drop when using a couple of appliances dropped so low that our system dumped 120V and started inverting. Smaller rigs were not having this problem.
We camped here in 2004, and it was great at that time. A lot has changed since then. Specifically, about 3/4 of the sites are now occupied by long-term residents. Because of this, we found the atmosphere to be very cliquish. Many of the residents would not wave or even say hi, even though we made the effort. Depending upon who you talked to at the office, they were either very nice or very unfriendly. We wanted to use the recreation room, but found it had been reserved for 3 days, apparently all day and night, by a club. The club appeared to us to be several long term residents, who were using 2 of the many tables to play cards. On the good side, this park is convenient to the outlet stores, Super-Walmart, and Portland. Because we have other choices in the area, we will not be staying here again. The price shown reflects a weekly rate with Good Sam discount.
This is a newer park (2005), and is affiliated with Coast to Coast. Our visit was early in the season, so the outdoor pools were not yet open. There is an indoor pool maintained at 85F. Most of the sites are pull-through, and can accommodate big rigs. The laundry has only one washer and one dryer, and is open 24 hours a day. The streets are a little narrow for bigger rigs, as are the width of the graveled sites. The sites are spacious enough; however, the graveled part is narrow in width. Most rigs, when pulling in or out, will cut the corners of the site, and will run across the grass. This is a minor consideration, as overall, this park is well maintained and quite nice. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We will definitely return to this park.
This park is old and run down, and there are mostly permanent residents here. Unfortunately, they do not have the residents in one area, so they are mixed in with the RV travelers. There were also many work vehicles parked here, including dump trucks and tree trimming trucks. They recently removed the volleyball court, and converted it to five RV sites (50amp). We stayed in one of these sites, and found that when all are occupied, slide outs are almost touching! We stayed here on Coast to Coast, as it's a Good Neighbor Park. They also accept Passport America. We won't stay here again.
Nice park out in the middle of nowhere! Sites are level, and have hedges between them for semi-privacy. The restrooms and showers are old - we did not use them. The rates are quite low for Arizona in the winter. You can stay here for $150 a month. Of course, you are 60 miles from Yuma! The main drawback to this park is that there are two sets of train tracks adjacent to the property. There is a train going one way or the other about every 15 minutes, day and night. If you like dates, the restaurant serves date shakes, which are quite good. The owner is from Canada, and owns the RV park, gift shop, gas station, and restaurant.