This was our first stay at a KOA campground, so we did not know what to expect. The sites are very narrow and cramped. There were many screaming children (we were not far from the play area) and rude adults with children in tow wanting to cut through our campsite to get to the play area. Things did quiet down after 10 pm and road noise from Hwy 101 was not audible. Water, electric and sewer hookups were in working order. We did use the laundry which was neat and clean with big commercial dryers; not the little stacked type. Staff was friendly. All in all, it was not a bad stay as we were away from our campsite during the day. Place is quite worn, but it is clean. Don't really want to stay here again as we are not into "family" camping.
Rate reflects a motor home, toad, and the $8 fee ReserveAmerica tacks on to make a reservation. Check-in process was easy and efficient. Space was nice size and landscaped for privacy while using the picnic table. We were in the A loop and had a view of the ocean. No sewer at our site, but we did have cable TV, electric and water. This was a nice park and the rangers had programs for kids and adults. We will definitely stay here again.
Nightly rate reflects a motor home, toad, and the $8 fee ReserveAmerica tack on for a reservation. We've stayed here before and we were not disappointed. Water, electric and sewer connections were all working. We stayed in the A loop. Site seemed level enough and the check-in process went well. Sites are a little narrow, but we don't have any slides so we were okay. We would stay here again.
The nightly rate reflects a motorhome with toad and the $8 fee ReserveAmerica tacks on for reservations. This was a nice campground with nicely spaced sites, good water and electric. We stayed in the C loop. The only gripe we had was the check-in process. Registration booth attendants were very chatty with folks who appeared to walk up and engage them in conversation while a line of various RV rigs waited to check in. Other than that, this was a nice park with beach access and lots of wooded trails. We'd stay here again.
We reserved our spot through ReserveAmerica and stayed in the middle loop. VERY crowded and cramped together sites. We had one of the more spacious spots. There were so many children riding bikes everywhere that it was difficult to get to our site. Electric and water were good. A nice woodsy feel to the park, but because of the time of the year it was loud and hectic with screaming children and barking dogs, so we hooked up and stayed inside our rig. The park looks like it is set up well with a recycling station. Probably would not stay here again, but it appears to be a great family park.
Rate reflects an Escapees discount for a site with cable. Cable was not that clear and disappointing. Sites are asphalt with grass in between. Electrical and water were good. Lots of activity with a helicopter in an adjacent field. Staff was friendly and pleasant. There are play areas for children and a pool which people were using. Quiet and orderly. No alcohol is allowed on the premises. We would stay here again, but I would not pay extra for the cable.
This certainly is not a destination park, but for a good night's stay, you cannot beat it. Quiet, some permanent residents but they were not a problem. Good water, electric, cable, and Wi-Fi here. They are building new restrooms and showers which should be finished shortly. This park is adjacent to the County Fairgrounds and is rural in look and feel. It isn't pretty, but full hookups, cable and free Wi-Fi for this price cannot be beat. And the camp hosts are very nice and friendly. We would stay here again.
Electrical is a 15 amp connection which was placed awkwardly so it was difficult to use our portable surge protector with the required 15 to 30 amp adapter, so we hooked up without it. Fairly level gravel spot with grass adjacent. Spaces are nicely spaced and good sized. Nothing spectacular here except that it is nice and quiet and the crowd was older and there were not the usual children running about that you find this time of the year. We were greeted by the friendly camp host. A nice quiet place to spend the night. We would stay here again.
Our site was nice, level gravel. Water pressure good, electrical voltage good and steady. Sewer hookup is located well for gravitational flow but you will need a hose that is longer than 10 feet. Owners were friendly and very proud of the cable and satellite TV hook ups but we could not get ours to work. We watched CBS and ABC from our bat wing antenna. Verizon cell and Wi-Fi signal (3G only) was good. A nice, quiet location in tall pines with plenty of shade. Not a destination resort, but a nice clean, well-run spot to park and venture out in the area to see the sights. We will definitely stay here again.
Level concrete pads with small astro turf areas with picnic tables wedged in between. Water pressure is high so an inline regulator is necessary. Park is well maintained and spotlessly clean. Restrooms and showers were very clean when we looked at them. No appreciable road noise, and air traffic was not an issue while we were here. The park itself is not a destination, but is located very close to the Marina and the Legends massive outdoor shopping mall. A very nice in-town RV park. We will stay here again. Rate reflects a AAA discount.
Rate reflects an Escapee's discount. Clean, quiet, close to fuel, and they sell propane here as well. Our site was a level, gravel pull through so we did not have to unhook our toad. This is not a destination RV park but a nice place for an overnight stay. Helpful and friendly staff. Looked like there might be some long term folks there but it was quiet at night and a very easy on/off the freeway. Nice area for pets and a little playground for the kids. We will stay here again.
Check in process was easy but that was the best part of our stay here. We are not normally bothered by road noise but we did not sleep here at all. Constant heavy truck noise moving through the parking lot. A semi pulling a huge 5th wheel pulled up next to us at midnight with a huge generac generator running for the four hours the truck and trailer was parked next to us. Door slamming and loud talking at various times during the night were also evident. You are basically camping in a casino parking lot so some of that is to be expected, but the inconsiderate 5th wheel owner just made the night too long.
This is a nice overnight stop in Mt. Shasta. It is a mobile home park with some overnight RV sites. Gravel sites, good water pressure and electrical voltage. Never did see the owner or manager. You are on the honor system to leave a completed registration form and either cash or personal check in a mail slot in the office door. Quiet, permanent residents' sites were neat and clean. We wound up staying here again a week later and would do so again.
This park is right off the I-5 so there was some freeway noise, but it did not bother us. You were on the honor system to fill out a registration card and make a payment after choosing your site. Pad was level asphalt and no privacy between sites. Lots of green grass and a nice walking trail that tracked along the river. Water pressure and electrical voltage were both good. Good for a quick overnight stay but not a destination park whatsoever. We would stay here again.
Came west to the Oregon coast to escape the heat in the Grants Pass area. This was a nice find. Spaces were close but private (plants and bushes provided division between sites). Asphalt pads that were relatively level. Good water pressure and electrical voltage. Quiet at night and great access to the beach by driving on park roads. This was a nice park that was close to Bandon, shopping, sightseeing and good food. We would stay here again.
This was a nice park like setting with lots of green grass and shade trees. Tents, yurts, cabins, and RV sites were available. During the week there were few people here but the place was filled to capacity on the weekend. Water pressure was good and electrical voltage was good. Sites were not level; some were dirt and others asphalt. Not a bad place for an overnight stay during the week. Park is located about 10 miles west of Merlin, OR on Merlin-Galice Road. No cell phone signal, no internet; a rather rustic camping experience.
First time we have stayed in Susanville and was pleasantly surprised how nice this park looked. Great for an overnight stay. Cement parking pad (pull through), good water pressure, and voltage on electrical. Cable was spotty at best. Seems to be a lot of long term folks but they are located along the edges of the park. No noise issues. Not a destination resort but more than adequate for a passing through overnight stay. We would stay here again.
This membership "RV resort" bills itself as a "5 star resort" so that is what we gave it. 5 out of 10 is correct. First, the pluses: water pressure was good and the water was good tasting, the sites were gravel and fairly level, lots of shade at the stream side of the park, and park personnel patrolled through the area frequently. The downside is that this park has fallen into a state of disrepair. The showers had no hot water for at least a week, the clubhouse was worn and shabby, at least one of the common dump sites was out of order. We camped with a large group of rigs and were told we would have full hookups and paid accordingly, only to arrive and be assigned to an area without sewer connections (might have been okay except this is the section without a common dump). The 100+ degree temps during the day put a strain on the electrical system and many in our group did not have enough power to run their air conditioning. We will not stay here again in the summer as the canyon gets too hot.
We camped here with our RVing club and were all in the "B" loop. Gravel sites were well-kept and fairly level. The abundance of trees in this section made for tight camping but since we were with friends, we did not mind it. If we return here in the future, we would chose an area in one of the back loops where the spots are farther apart. The management insists on guiding you to your spot and unfortunately, he guided us into the water spigot which gave us our first scratch on our motorhome. If you are confident parking your own rig, make sure to tell the guides so they leave you to it and you don't suffer damage like we did. Club house was small and inadequate for our group to meet inside. Electrical was steady at 124V, water pressure adequate, and water smelled and tasted good. Some train noise but not too unnerving. Cable was lousy and Wi-Fi was not strong enough to reach our coach. Got a strong Verizon signal for cell phone here. All in all, a nice campground, clean and well maintained. Would rate it higher except for the run in with the water spigot. Will stay here again, just not in the "B" loop.
This rustic RV campground lends itself to a true wooded camping experience. Lots of tall pine and cedar trees with many shady spots. Sites are graded dirt with slight leveling required. All hookups were functioning well. We stayed in Section H where there was a children's playground. A full rushing stream was not far from our site. For the most part, noise was not a problem even though the sites are very close together offering little privacy. We stayed with a large group so our rate was discounted. We would stay here again if we could pick our site. Some of the sites were full sun all day long while others were shady for good parts of the day.
This is a well-worn RV park with lots of shade trees and large sites. The park was in the process of installing cable tv hookups at each site. The sewer connections were awkwardly positioned and we were forced to dump slightly uphill which took a little time to accomplish effectively. Water pressure was good and electrical connections had no issues. There appear to be a lot of permanent residents at this park. The muffled sounds of explosions all night were from the nearby nut groves (to keep birds from roosting)which bothered some in our group. We were part of a large group who stayed 4 nights so our nightly rate was discounted.
The $25 rate is what we paid as part of a large group that camped here for four nights, so your experience may vary. We would give this park a 10 star rating if we had not had some problems with the electrical hookup (management had to replace the 30 amp breaker) and the snowy cable TV connection. Other than that, this park is perfect. Level concrete pads, lush green landscaping. A spotlessly clean clubhouse and very well maintained restrooms. Shuttle service to the casino was frequent and convenient. We will be back next year.
This RV park is very run down. Water pressure is "iffy" with some sites with adequate pressure and others with very low pressure. Dirt sites, fairly level with lots of shade trees. Road noise not bad but the trains at night were quite loud. Management was friendly, however, we were told that they will not be open beyond the end of this month. Park was adequate for an overnight stay but the park could use a makeover.
Level dirt camp sites. Shade trees were not a problem. Staff was helpful and friendly. We pulled in here to avoid traveling in high winds so we did not have a reservation. Staff was very accommodating and gave us a nice spot. Campground was quiet and the store nicely stocked. Did not use the WiFi, restrooms or showers, but the general condition of the park was clean and well kept. We would stay here again should the need arise.
This is primitive dry camping as there is no potable water, nor is there a dump station. Shade trees are few and far between. Access road has been paved and the speed limit is 10 MPH with at least 3 speed bumps along the way. Bring your levelers as the sites are NOT level, but they are nicely spaced apart. The camp host was very visible, the campground clean, and the area very quiet. Some fish in the creek. Views of Mt. Whitney and the Sierras were spectacular. All in all, not a bad primitive, dry camping experience.
This is not a destination type of RV Park, however, the manager is very friendly, responsive, and available. The restrooms and showers were spotlessly clean. Good water. Did not try the WiFi connect so we cannot comment. There appear to be several long term residents, but all were friendly and kept their spots orderly and clean. Great park for an overnight stay. We would definitely stay here again.
The staff was friendly and helpful. We ate a St. Patrick's Day corned beef and cabbage meal at the restaurant/bar and were very happy with the quality of the food. The park was about 2/3 full; mostly Class A's and 5th wheel trailers. Did not make use of the showers or laundry so we cannot comment on them. The cable hookup at our site was not working but we managed to enjoy TV using our batwing antenna and digital TV. We carry our own internet access so we did not use the Wi-Fi offered either. The pools and pool areas looked clean and maintained. Since we are Nevada residents, we received a "locals" discount which explains the low rate. This was our first RV experience at a full hookup park and we would stay here again.
This is not a resort but it works well if you have business in the area and need a spot for your rig while you are gone for the day. Nice grass and shade trees on either side of your spot. Good water. We could not get the cable TV to work but were able to get a TV signal with our batwing antenna. Only criticism is that the trash receptacles were not emptied as often as they should have been, and trash was starting to pile up around the trash cans. Park was quite busy. We would stay here again.