Price reflects 14 day/night stay. Gravel roads and sites with grass in between. Good sized pull-through. Easy in and out with our 25 ft HDT and 35 ft. trailer. The further away from the interstate would be better, do to noise. Excellent cable TV. Wi-Fi was hit and miss. We put up our outdoor Wi-Fi antenna, it worked way better. Unfortunately the antenna took a dump while here, so had hit and miss Wi-Fi. However the closer to the office the better the internet. If you have the time, there are five museums downtown. Four are included in one admission and the fifth one is free. Worth seeing. Can get information in the office about them.
Price reflects 7 day/night stay. No credit cards, cash or check only. Over priced, but you pay if you want to see Yellowstone National Park. Pull through big enough for our 25 ft. heavy duty truck, 35 ft trailer, and small car. Easy in and out. Has a small concrete pad along side of the site. Lots of evergreens. Quiet at night. You do hear some traffic during the day. Cable TV was excellent with HBO, Showtime, Starz, Max, and lots of other channels. Wi-Fi was worthless. Put up our outdoor Wi-Fi antenna and went from 3 bars to 5 bars. But the internet was still worthless. I did talk to the guy in the office and was told no one else had complained about it. Otherwise a nice park.
Price reflects 8 days/nights stay. Nice park. Back in sites are angled to get into better. Side by side pull through sites. Some have grass, some have gravel. The pull throughs are side by side and could be tight if you have a neighbor. Wi-Fi worked great. No need for our outdoor antenna. Can wash your RV and any other vehicle you own at no extra charge. TV antenna picked up a few channels. Easy in and out with our 25 ft. HDT and 35 Ft trailer.
In town; do hear traffic noise, but less farther back in the park. Small pull thrus. Not big enough for our 25 ft HDT and 35 ft trailer. However owner had us park on another site for no extra charge. WiFi is excellent. Didn't even have to put out our outside WiFi antenna. Lots of channels of cable TV. Paved interior roads and gravel sites. Grass that gets watered a lot between the sites. Easy in, easy out with our truck and trailer.
Price reflects 7 days stay. There are 100 ft pull-through sites in the back. Easy in and out with a 25 ft HDT and 35 ft trailer, but do have to be careful of low hanging branches. Did hear a little road noise and some train horns during the evenings and early mornings, but otherwise quiet. Did have two evenings we had to close our windows due to acrid smelling campfires. 66 channels of great cable TV. Wi-Fi was worthless. Put up our outdoor antenna and it helped some of the time, but not all of the time. Found out the best time to get on-line was 1 AM to 6 AM.
Stayed eight day/nights. Not really big rig sites for our 25 ft HDT, 35 ft trailer and car. But we made it work. Easy in and out of park. Very quiet. Lots of dogs in and out of the campground, but good responsible owners kept them quiet. You can wash the bugs off the front of your vehicles if just staying only one night, but can't wash your vehicles unless staying more then one night. Didn't see anything in the rules of not being able to wash laundry in the RV. Had 73 channels of cable TV. But worthless WiFi at our site. Our site was the furthermost one away from the antenna so I'm sure that had a lot to do with it. Did put up our outdoor WiFi antenna and that helped a lot.
Really won't consider this a big rig park. The best place we could park our 25 ft. HDT and 35 ft trailer without unhitching was the back in sites to the south end of the park. Didn't use the sewer from what others wrote. Do have to wear ear plugs due to the highway and having the windows open. You need to have a self-contained RV. No showers or restrooms. A bit over priced for what one gets, but good for one night.
Price is PA. Big rig sites. Gravel roads and sites. Side by side pull throughs. Picnic tables. No night lights, sewer hose ran up hill; Wi-Fi was fast in the morning, slow at night. Quiet other then some road noise and barking dogs. Had some sticky burrs that would attach to the shoes. Had to check them to not take any in the RV.
We stayed 7 days/nights. Gravel sites and interior roads. Very level and each site has a picnic tables. Wi-Fi is very slow. Verizon reception is very marginal. Nice and quiet other then dogs outside of the park barking.
Yes a parking lot. Side by sites. Great electric power, water pressure and no problems with the sewer. Clear Cable TV, but the Wi-Fi wasn't working. Gal in the store said they were waiting on a part. Quiet other then some neighbor who left their dogs out overnight. Did hear one train go by. Otherwise nice and quiet.
Stayed four nights on Passport America. Interior roads are dirt and pine needles with a very little bit of gravel. Lots of ruts and trees to get around with a 60 ft truck/trailer combo. Was an adventure getting into and out of the site. One of the rules here is you can't use your A/C or electric heaters. Great electric power, good water pressure and no problems with the sewer. Wi-Fi was hit and miss. Very quiet.
Price was jacked up due to balloon festible in three days. There are some sewer sites. Interior roads and sites are dirt. Has little burrs that get stuck on your shoes. If you have pets be sure to check them. Site was a pull thru and about 60 ft long. Was set up for a motorhome. Had to use our electric extention. Was easy in and easy out for a 60 ft truck and 5th wheel combo. The Cable TV channels were very fuzzy and the Wi-Fi wasn't working. Great elelctric, water and no sewer problems. Very quiet at night.
Paved interior roads and sites. We got the last site. #11. A couple guys came out and told us where to park. Have screwy u shape pull thrus. A little tight for a HDT and 35 ft 5th wheel. (60 ft combo) Won't want to be an longer to try to get around. Got about 80 TV channels and did pick up some "free" Wi-Fi". Did hear a train horn a couple of times. But for sleeping, ear plugs worked fine.
As others say: free the first two nights, and $10. after that. All interior roads and sites are asphalt. To the west of the park are pull through sites. Lots of shade trees. A little tight for a 60 ft combo HDT and 35 ft trailer, but do-able if very careful. Had to unhitch to stay here. Has 30/50 amp electric and water. No sewer. Wasn't able to get the park's Wi-Fi here but picked some other "free" Wi-Fi that worked very well. We used this park because we took our Hitchhiker trailer in for repairs and additions. The next night we stayed on the west site. These are big long back ins. Can stay hooked-up on this side. Interesting getting in with the poles in between the sites. Bigger sites, but only 30 amp with water and no sewer. Liked being backed to the golf course. Wasn't able to get the "free" Wi-Fi we had on the west side, and the park's Wi-Fi was hit and miss. Payment goes in a box on the west side of the park. Has no envelopes so you have to supply your own if you stay longer then two nights. The sewer dump is on the west side near the payment box.
Nothing fancy, but has about 45 cable TV channels and excellent Wi-Fi. Sand interior roads and sites. Quiet, other then inconsiderate dog owners outside of the park. Ear plugs are needed then. Easy in and out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer (60 foot long combo).
After reading the post below the wife wasn't sure about coming, but since we were only going to stay one night I said let's give it a try. They are doing some work. The plants that the freeze got, are being cleaned out. Also, looks like more sites are going in. Were lead to the site by a friendly host. The roads and sites are gravel and our site was 100% level. Side to side, front to rear. Lots of channels on cable TV. Wasn't able to get Wi-Fi at the trailer, until we put up our exterior Wi-Fi antenna. Very quiet. Easy in and out with a HDT and 36 ft trailer (60 ft combo).
Stayed three days/nights. Train whistles, need ear plugs at night. Otherwise quiet. Paved interior roads with straight back ins and pull through sites. Sites were humped and with angled curbs. Saw a few places where drivers had scrapped hitches from trailers on the pavement. Only saw three sites for big rigs and those were for handicap only. The rest are very short. Easy in and out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer, but the site was to small for both the truck and trailer and had to park the truck else where. Cable TV. Half the channels were clear. Wi-Fi wasn't able to get it at our trailer until we put out our exterior Wi-Fi antenna.
Used Passport America for the "cheaper" price. Yeah: tight sites. Was in site #112. Had to unhitch our trailer from our truck because the site is VERY unlevel front to back. Had to back out of this pull through with our 60 ft combo truck and trailer because the interior road is to skinny and there is a bush planted in the way. Otherwise very quiet, awesome cable TV. Like others say have to pay for Wi-Fi. This price. Even with PA it should be included.
Dirt interior roads and sites. Had one of the sites with the concrete pad. Very tight between the hook ups and the concrete pad. Be careful not to hit either one. There is a electrical line that is very low over the site, be careful when you put up your TV antenna not to hit it. Right now Wi-Fi is "free" at the office. Nothing about paying for it at the site. Very quiet, had excellent power and water pressure.
Interesting campground with the concrete strips where the tires are suppose to go and then the rest of the site being gravel. Wi-Fi is "free". Have to go in and get a sheet with a user name a password for every 4 hours of use, but plans are to change that. They gave cable TV "free" to us also. Maybe because we were staying for nine days/nights. But with this price they both should be in with the price. The only other complaint other then the price, is the traffic noise. The farther back in the campground you can get no doubt will be better.
Nice place other then the traffic. An ear plugs park to sleep at night. Lots of cable TV channels and the Wi-Fi was "free". Sometimes it was fast, sometimes not. Easy in and out with a 60 foot truck and trailer combo.
Lots of pull throughs. We were in one of the biggest sites in the park. Site 96. 90 ft long. Some of the other sites you can get a 40 ft rig on but your truck or car will have to sit sideways on the site or be parked someplace else. Close to Highway 101. The closer to the highway the more traffic noise you will hear. Train tracks run on the other side of the park. Can hear them go by and once in a while the horns. Satellite dishes: Depends on where you are parked. There are areas where trees will be a problem, but other areas that are satellite friendly. The park has way too many speed bumps. 16 channels of cable TV. No Wi-Fi at the trailer.
The entrance was interesting getting in with a HDT and 35 ft 5th wheel. Had to go into the incoming lane to make the turn so I won't run the trailer tires over the curb. It was Sunday, and the office was closed. Site was not level side to side and front to back. You have to have a code for the Wi-Fi, and there is a charge. I refused to pay for Wi-Fi. At the price they charge it should have been included. I agree with the last poster, getting out could be interesting with a "Big Rig" if there are lots of "toys" on the interior roads.
Really no interior roads here, just sand. Sites are sand. But the park has a few big-rig, pull through sites. Nice Wi-Fi that works. There was a little road noise. I wasn't able to get into the one and only bathroom/shower: door was locked. Don't know where the new building was the other poster talked about. Good power and the water pressure went from good to low at times.
Location is great, price isn't. Nice big rig sites. Had Wi-FI, but wasn't able to get it at site #165 which was only two rows from the office. Put up our outdoor Wi-Fi antenna. In the past all RV parks once we get this antenna up we can get 54 Mbps. Here we could only get 11.0 Mbps. Was still hit and miss. At least the power and water pressure were excellent.
Stayed here one week. This park has gravel roads and sites. Also has a picnic table at each site and a cover. There's some road noise from 6 AM to 11 PM. It has very, very low water pressure. Cable TV is available: some channels come in clear while others don't.
Like others say: very tight sites. The interior roads are only one-laned making getting into the tight sites even harder for a big-rig. We were in site #1 which was on the end so that helped, but the site is set up for a motorhome, not a 5th wheel trailer. Either have to pull all the way forward, unhitch and park the truck behind the trailer or have at least 30 plus foot of power cord, water hoses and sewer hoses. Wasn't able to get their Wi-Fi at site #1. Not even the hot spot showed up on our computer. We put up our external Wi-Fi antenna and got it that way. Have to wear ear plugs to sleep at night for the road noise, or have some kind of white noise.
They do have Wi-Fi here. The antenna is located down at the office/store. it is the only antenna I could see in the whole park. We couldn't get it at site #15 without our external Wi-Fi antenna. I did like the big pull through sites. 12 sites are 50 amp FHU and 14 are only 30 amp, electric, and water. Have to use the dump in the morning. But still very easy to get around with a BIG rig. Did hear a little interstate noise. A lot of it will depend on which way the wind is blowing.
Stayed 5 days/nights. Asphalt roads and either gravel or concrete sites. Wi-Fi is awesome. Faster then our sat. internet Hughsnet. Lots of Cable TV channels. Road noise isn't bad at all at night. Very quiet after 10 PM. Owner is very nice and helpful. Came out when we were packed up and ready to leave and wished us safe travels.
Price with Passport America. The best thing this campground has going for it, is it's 25 miles from Yosemite National Park and has full hook ups. No reception with Verizon, lots of shade trees for the satellite. They say they can handle big rigs. Do have a couple big rig sites, but the access roads are in need of repair. Lots of holes and dips. The big rig sites are only 30 amp, but yet some of the smaller sites have 50 amp. The sites are terraced. We were in site Q, it was very unlevel side to side and front to back. I checked out the bathhouse. Like the access roads, are in need of repair.
Overpriced for 30 amp. Not really big rig roads in and out of this campground, lots of trees and boulders to be careful of. Was tight getting our 25 ft heavy duty truck and 35 ft trailer in and out. The pull through sites are back to back sites. Has gravel roads and sites. The sites are close together so you have to like your neighbors. Very quiet at night. If you have a motorhome there are sites you can pull straight into and see the river through your windshield. Cable TV is excellent. Has Wi-Fi but have to go up to the office.
Sites are tight and close together, but still easy enough to get around on the interior roads, with a big rig. Nice cable TV, but have to pay for the Wi-Fi. Lots of friendly people, Very friendly employees, very quiet place. Wake up call every morning at 6 AM by the Mourning Doves. Easy in and out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer.
Stayed two weeks. Very quiet. A lot of sites are hard to get into with a big rig. All are back ins. Sites are straight back ins. We were able to get into one site on one of the end rows. Back of 5th wheel window was able to look out into the desert. See all the wildlife. Only other complaint was a sewer smell from the new sewer plant up the road.
We stayed one week. Site #72. Very unlevel side to side and front to rear. Wasn't able to get the Wi-Fi there. Has gravel interior roads and sites. Liked the little fences between the sites. No picnic tables but they made a nice wind block. Quiet and best of all no campfires allowed.
$22. a night, $110. a week, $350. a month. We stayed 8 nights. Gravel interior roads and sites. Sites are all pull throughs, 50 to 55 feet long. Plenty of room between sites. The interior roads by the office and owner's house really aren't made for "Big Rigs". Are a little tight. Is located along Highway 518 so there is road noise. Wal-Mart is a block away. If you come off of I-25 and onto Legion St., watch out for the unmarked speed bumps in front of the school.
Gravel interior roads and sites. The pull thrus are straight in instead of at an angle. Wi-Fi worked great, lots of channels on the cable TV. We were in site #88 and it was unlevel side to side. Outside could hear highway noise, but not in our trailer, but could hear the train horns as they went by. Some what easy in easy out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer.
Interior roads are gravel or dirt. Sites are gravel and/or grass. Won't want to be here during or after a heavy rain. Was dry here but lots of ruts. We were in the back part of the park. These pull thrus have electric and water. No sewer. But both dump stations are easy to get to. In the back area there are no trees. Also if the wind is from the south can hear train horns. So unless you are deaf bring ear plugs. Wi-Fi worked 90% of the time. Some what easy in and easy out with a HDT and 35 ft. trailer.
We stayed two nights on Passport America. Sites are straight back ins and others look to be interesting to back in to. Nice and quiet. Paved interior roads and concrete pads for your RV. Wi-Fi worked fine at site #40. Cable TV. Had HBO, MAX, and Star!!! AWESOME!!! The only thing was we didn't get a piece of paper with the numbers of cable channels and what this park has and had to ask what the password for the Wi-Fi was or where the dumpster was at. Otherwise a very nice park.
Stayed 3 nights. Overpriced. But seems like all the campgrounds in this area are. Wi-Fi didn't work at site #502. So we set up our internet/TV dish. Our site was nice and big; easy in, easy out of the site and the campground with a HDT and 35 ft trailer. Nice and quiet.
Interesting on the ratings. 1 to 10 and a few in between. For us only stayed one night. Used Passport America. Was in a pull through site #B-6. Was able to get the free Wi-Fi at our trailer. Interstate is close by but wasn't a noise problem. Gal in the office was friendly to us.
Stayed one night. Easy in, easy out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer. Nice campground other then Highway 71 road noise. Maybe behind the office it would be more quiet, but not in front of the office. I had to wear ear plugs to get to sleep. The Wi-Fi worked great.
Stayed here 2 weeks and 2 days. Easy in and out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer. The campground is located right next to the Super 8 Motel and that is where the office is also. They will not take reservations for a campsite. Interior roads are paved or gravel and have lots of pot holes. The sites are gravel/grass. Pull throughs are 55 ft long. Back ins are smaller. The farther you are away from the highway, the quieter it will be. There is train tracks a mile away can sometimes hear a train horn. The Wi-Fi is free. I was glad we had a self-contained RV since the restrooms and showers needed some cleaning. But still liked it here was quiet and best of all: NO CAMPFIRES!!!!
We wanted a campground with full hook ups and big enough for our HDT and 35 ft trailer. Wasn't to sure about this campground from the reviews. The one about circuits always popping concerned us the most. But we didn't have any problems. We stayed 3 nights. Campground has gravel roads and gravel on sites. The back ins are easy to get into for anyone who is back in challenged. Did need to pull out our electrical extenison. We didn't use the Wi-Fi since we had our own internet/TV satellite, but our neighbor who was there for four days/nights said it worked great for him and his wife. Lots of shade, very quiet. The only complaint we had was the campfires. All we need is more air pollution.
Views on here won't the best, but with our size wasn't able to find anything else so decided to try it. Stayed one week. Gravel interior roads, gravel and paved sites. The best place to be is behind the office. Very little interstate noise, no problems of lights and noise from the mini-mall. The race tracks we only heard 3 out of the 7 nights. Did hear train horns maybe twice a day but never was woke up by one. There is a swimming pool but it's locked up and not being used. There is Wi-Fi for a fee. The other part of the campground the gravel roads have potholes and would be a little tight for a big rig. But, like I said behind the office is the place to be. Easy in, easy out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer.
We stayed here 7 days/nights. Interior roads are paved, sites are gravel. There are some new sites that the roads and sites are all gravel. Some of the sites in the new area were used for FEMA trailers at one time. Weekdays were nice and quiet, but Saturday night was a little noisy with people playing radios very loud. Fortunately after 11 PM it was quiet enough to sleep. Did see a police officer on an ATV earlier in the evening so maybe that had something to do with it. Was told by a park employee that during the summer it's busy and noisy 7 days a week. Would have been easy in, easy out with our HDT and 35 ft trailer if they would cut back on some of the tree branches. I did like the walking path around the campground and city park.
We stayed here 9 days/nights. Loved the free shuttle van that took us to the French Quarter. This campground use to be a KOA but isn't any longer. Still using the name New Orleans East. The Wi-Fi was excellent!!! We were farther away from the road so it was really quiet. The interior roads are paved and skinny, the sites are very narrow with gravel. We got in and out okay with our HDT and 35 ft trailer, but did see some sites would be really tight getting in and out of. The wife didn't like the taste of the water, I thought it was just fine. Lots of security lights. Lots of little gnats. There is an area in the back of the campground for seasonals and permanent residents. The road there is gravel and so are the sites. Everyone was very friendly.
Awesome owner. Wish our neighbor in site 65 would have been. Liked to play his outside radio very loud. I did talk to him about it and he got upset. Said he had lived there a year and I was the first to complain about his music. Whatever. Roads are skinny and paved, most sites are gravel. Some sites have a paved patio. We had a back in site. With a HDT and 35 ft trailer took some doing getting around some trees. Getting out was a little easier. The pull-through sites I think would have been easier. Depending on which direction the wind is blowing, can hear I-10, a train horn and planes at the airport.
Stayed one night. 60 nice BIG rig pull through sites. 100 foot long and 35 foot wide. Has 40 back ins. They are shorter and smaller. Roads are gravel, sites are grass and sand. WiFi is NOT free. The campground is located 1/2 mile from I-10. Is a little bit of interstate noise. Did hear one train horn. Easy in, easy out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer.
Passport America price. We were here three nights. No gators, but plenty of biting sand flies. Checked the rest rooms and showers, and they are in need of some major cleaning. Glad we have our own working toilet and shower. Skinny paved roads in and out of park. Easy in for a HDT and 35 ft trailer, but a little tight on the way out.
If you are looking for a fancy place with lots of activities. This isn't it. We stayed here 3 months and 2 weeks. $245.00 a month plus electric for a pull-through site and 50 amp, water, sewer. Our HDT with the trailer was to long for the site, so the truck was parked in storage within the park at no extra charge. Has cable TV but I'm not sure if you have to pay extra. We had a satellite. Each site has a picnic table. All sites are on grass. 54 of the sites have park models and 30 are open for RVs. Most of the sites are pull throughs but are some with back ins. There are side by side hook ups. The roads. Some are paved, some are dirt. It's very quiet here other then some inconsiderate dog owners. Yappy dogs at 7 AM get tiring. Can only complain to the owners so many times. Still enjoyed our stay here and would come back. Easy in and out with a HDT and a 35 ft 5th wheel trailer.
Nice price using Passport America. We stayed 3 weeks. Easy in easy out with a HDT and 35 foot 5th wheel. We were in site #64. A little unlevel by 3 inches and no gravel. Lots of sand. I liked the free pancacke breakfast three mornings per week. Didn't use the Wi-Fi or Cable TV because we have our own satellite. Our site was satellite friendly. There is interstate road noise.
The Depuity has moved. But I won't worry about security. The owner rides her golf cart around a lot. We stayed here 32 days/nights. Very quiet campground. The washers/dryers are a honor ayatem. Just put money in the box. The only complaint is the roads aren't made for big rigs and they have speed bumps.
We used Trailer Life directions. The highway sign 54 was behind some branches of a tree so we missed it. Then had some truck problems. Called the owner to tell him we were going to be late. Very understanding, asked if there was anything he could do. Even called us back several times for an update. We got in late and he gave us an escort to our site. We didn't use the cable TV but did use the Wi-Fi and it was excellent. Getting in with a HDT and 35 ft 5th wheel was easy. Getting out had to be careful, owner needs to cut back a few branches. Very quiet campground. Won't have had a problem staying longer then just one night.
Used Passport America. Stayed three nights. Skinny road off of blacktop and even skinnier driveway to campground. Was glad we never met anyone going into and out of the campground. Back in sites are angles so anyone who is back challenged can get into these. Good electric and water pressure. Very quiet.
We stayed three nights. Was in site #41. Had shade until 1 PM, then shade again around 5 PM. But still had satellite reception. Traffic noise. We were in the middle of the campground so not to bad until around 7 AM. I'd hate to have been closer to the interstate. Easy in and out with a HDT and a 35 foot 5th wheel trailer.
Yes this campground is overpriced. But there are others further out. The nice thing about this campground is the metrobus comes to the campground. Can take it to the subway and into DC. To us that was worth it over staying further out and driving in. Be sure to read all the information the staff gives you. Campground has good electric and water pressure. We were in site #67 easy back in. The Wi-Fi was a little slow, so we put up our satellite dish.
Stayed one night only. Low branches. Not satellite friendly lots of trees. We have a 25 ft HDT and 35 ft 5th wheel trailer. Anything longer and I think it would be tough to get around. Had to be very careful not to hit any trees. The pull thru sites are not angled but straight. A 40 plus foot MH would be okay just would have to watch your tail swing so not to hit a tree. The campground was quiet between 9 PM to 9 AM. Has good electric and good water pressure.
They need to cut back the branches in and out of this campground, BIG TIME!! We did tell the gal in the office. But nothing was done during our 11 day/night stay. Did run into some problems with the electric. We have a surge guard. Shuts down the power to our unit if the voltage gets below 105 or above 132. It's to protect the A/C, frig./freezer and everything else in the unit. The surge guard then checks the electric power coming to the unit once very 8 seconds. Once the power is back between 106 and 132 it will turn the electric power back on. It shut down 3 times during our stay, 5 to 20 minutes. Did tell the front office and was told there was nothing they could do. It was the city's problem. The campground is quiet and is within walking or driving distance to the train to take you into and back from NYC.
Stayed 6 nights. Overpriced. Need to cut back on a lot of branches. Has speed bumps. There are 3 pull through sites. We were in D-4. Had to clean the dog waste in and around our site. Good points. Quiet, excellent water pressure and electric. No campfires allowed.
The place we had reservations was screwed up and didn't have a site big enough for us. This campground had a big enough site for us. We were in site #I21. They are a little pricy. We didn't like the low branches of the trees that line down the driveway. They have speed bumps. The water pressure is poor. The campground is made up of two sections. One is more like a state park. Lots of trees, lots of screaming kids, lots of smoky campfires. The second section which we were in has less trees, (satellite friendly) less kids and way less campfires.
Stayed here 5 nights. Mostly seasonals. But very friendly people. Was lead to our site by golf cart. Gravel/paved interior roads. Gravel/grass sites. Gated entrance. Was in site #36. Had side by side hook ups of electric and water. Electric was excellent, water was excellent to poor. "Free" Wi-Fi was worthless. Lots of campfires. Very quiet after 10:30 PM until around 8 AM.
Stayed a week. Pull thrus are 30 AMP only. Back ins are 30/50 AMP. Campground has gravel roads and grass sites. The back in site #8, that we were in was very unlevel side to side. Electric was good, water pressure was good. Very quiet, even on the weekend when the place was booked. Within walking distance to the grocery stores. Lots of friendly people here. They do have Wi-Fi and Cable TV for a charge. They also charge for electric heat. Also has pay showers. Lots of little charges.
When the wife made reservations she asked for a 85 ft. pull thru with 50 AMP. Was told no problem. Got there and was put in a back in with 50 AMP. Good thing because the pull thrus are to small for "Big Rigs". We were in site #149. Stayed 10 days/nights. Easy in and out of the site #149 with our HDT and 35 ft trailer. Can wash your RV here. There is a road that runs along side, but it's quiet in the evenings and nights, except once in a while a motorcycle that needs new quieter pipes may go by. Wasn't able to get the "free" Wi-Fi at the trailer but they do have a hot spot by the office. Our electric was fine, but as the other poster says, the water pressure is low. I do agree with that statement. The restrooms by the office are nasty. Never checked out the showers, used our own.
We were here a week. Overpriced for what you get. We reserved a pull thru, but when getting there was put into a back in. Site #221. Was told the site we reserved, the people in it wanted to stay longer, so the management was letting them stay. The back it was back to back with another RV and shared electric and water. But both were fine during our stay. In fact a lot of the pull thrus are to small for a "Big Rig". A lot of the pull thrus need some major branch cutting. The Wi-Fi was hit and mostly miss but better then nothing which is what we had since our satellite internet provider doesn't reach this far. There is a Wi-Fi "Hot Spot" by the laundry room, with tables. This is a easy in easy out for a HDT and a 35 ft trailer if you are parked in the back ins.
Stayed here for 2 weeks. Gravel interior roads and grass sites. Fifty percent of the sites are taken by seasonals. Easy in and out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer. Very quiet at night even with Highway 2 being along side of this campground. Train tracks are a couple miles away. Only heard them doing the day. Owners were very friendly. Only complaint was the low water pressure. Did tell the owners about it, but nothing was done.
We stayed here one week. Over 70% of the sites are seasonal. Lots of low branches. It does have big rig sites but not big rig roads in and out of the campground. Had some problems getting around with our HDT and 35 ft trailer. Roads are gravel and sites are grass/gravel mix. Cell phone reception with Verizon was poor. They do have a phone in the rec room can be used with a calling card. Very quiet campground even on the weekend when it was full. Lots of very friendly people.
Stayed here a week. Used Passport America. Has a golf driving range, pool table, ping pong table. Rental of a trailer and cabin. Bed and Breakfast rooms at the lodge and an apartment. No credit cards are accepted. Cash or checks only. Very quiet. Has hiking trails back in the woods. Easy in and out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer. Does have some campfire smoke from other campers, low branches that need to be cut back. No cell phone reception with Verizon.
We stayed here one week. Easy in and out with a HDT and a 35 foot trailer. They do have 50 AMP for an extra $5.00 a night. They also charge for electric usage. But the cost was still only $19.45 a night having to pay for electric and using Passport America. Very quiet except on the weekend. Kids were noisy past 11 PM. Did have low voltage on hot day. We had to shut down our A/C and put our refrigerator on propane. Did tell the man in the office about it. Does have some low branches that need to be cut back.
Stayed here 4 nights using Passport America. Has grass sites and paved interior roads. Has 3 very large pull thrus, the rest are back ins. Lots of trees for shade. Has a swimming pond. A river along side of the campground. Also a biking and hiking trail. We didn't have any problems getting in or out with our HDT and 35 foot 5th wheel trailer. Very quiet here. Might be noisier if parked closer to Highway 97. Only complaints are low water pressure for a shower and on the way out needs to cut back a branch or two.
$13.00 for 30 amp, water, sewer with Passport America. Very skinny road to campground. We were in site #6. Right next to I-74, bring ear plugs. On the other side is train tracks. Water was undrinkable. Hadn't passed some test. Notice on the front door. Side by side electric. Needs more gravel on sites and roads aren't made for big rigs. Branches need to be cut back. Water pressure was low.
A little pricey. Speedway race track near this campground. Very noisy. The buffet price was 13 dollars per person. Thought that was too much money and passed on it. Wasn't able to use Passport America here, like the other poster did. Had a lot of rain while I was there, they need to put some dirt around the hook ups. Each hook up was a little swamp/lake. Did like the big pull thrus.
Overpriced. Noisy traffic, poor water pressure. Good points. Was able to get in and out easily with a HDT and 35 ft trailer. Was in site #30, an end site. We stayed here a few days so plenty of room for us.
Got into and out of campground with a HDT and a 35 foot trailer, but there were some tight areas. I was in site E-27. I was able to park the HDT next to site, but it was the most unlevel side to side site we have ever had in our 2 1/2 years of full-time RVing. Campground is in need of repair on the sites; lots of low hanging branches. We didn't get cell phone service. We did like the shuttle bus service.
Stayed here a month in site #110, a back in site. Was able to get our 35 ft trailer and HDT in this site. Has an airport across the interstate, with little airplanes flying in and out most mornings. The interstate noise wasn't a problem, but could be for those closer to it. Interior roads are asphalt and sites are concrete. Lots of sites are unlevel side to side, and others front to rear. Pull through sites are very tight. Could be 1 foot from your neighbor's slide out. Site #80, I'd say is the best easy in easy out pull through. Does have cable TV, free Wi-Fi, "free" on site phone line, staff is very friendly and helpful, a very clean campground.
Stayed 3 nights. We were in the back in site #3. Mega big rig pull thru sites, 40 by 80 ft. Lots of room to get in and out of the sites and around the campground. 5 channels on the antenna for TV. Can wash your RV at the site. Nice pool table. Excellent cell phone reception with Verizon. Complaints. Pea gravel. Train horn noise. Lots of yappy dogs. Roosters crowing at 6 AM to most of the day.
All campgrounds in Carlsbad were booked or to small for us. Not this place. Mega pull thru sites and lots of room to get in and out with big rigs. They are 17 miles from Carlsbad. Their "Cable TV" has 15 channels. Very nice free Wi-Fi. Nice and quiet at night. We stayed here four nights. Only complaint is it's overpriced.
Passport America price. Wondered where the restrooms/showers were. Never did find them, but have a self contained RV. Just wanted to check them out for this report. Have to go to the gas station to pay for the site. There still have some nasty pot holes. Some sites aren't 50 amp, but all do have 30 amp. These are big rig sites of 65 ft. There is no TV reception. Good cell phone reception with Verizon. Was surprised, not to much interstate noise being so close to the interstate.
Passport America price. No TV reception and poor cell phone reception with Verizon. Can hear a little interstate noise. Has big rig sites, 75 ft long. Host is very friendly. Has free Wi-Fi. But not at all sites. Need to try to park as close to the office to get it at your RV.
Nice place other then some idiot running around in a Bobcat at 6:22 AM. I called the casino office, but they did nothing. There is Wi-Fi in the hotel office and a guest computer. Restrooms are located in the hotel lobby and there are showers near the swimming pool.
Poor cell reception in trailer with Verison, but pretty good outside. We were at site #40 and the Wi-Fi worked great. Was able to get it inside our trailer. There is some shade, not at our site. Has big rig sites, ours was 60 ft long. Do get some interstate traffic noise.
$11.00 with Passport America. Has big rig sites, 75 ft long. The free Wi-Fi was very slow at site #2. The sewer hook up was located under the trailer. Some side by side hook ups. Has a hot tub. 1/4 mile from the interstate so will be some traffic noise. Cell phone reception with Verizon was poor.
Wasn't to sure about this place because of the other rating. But decided to try it out for one night. Liked it enough and stayed the total of 12 nights. The traffic is noisy, but not enough to keep us awake all night. We slept fine. The train noise didn't bother us unless the engineer would blow the horn more then they needed to. This place doesn't have bathrooms or showers, so make sure yours works. This is a big rig place. No problem getting in and out. Has 3 pull-thrus, but we stayed in a back in. Plenty of room between sites, so your not right up against your neighbors. Has 58 channels of cable TV. Has the BEST Wi-Fi we have ever had. Could get it at our RV. Was very fast. Very happy with this place. Have stayed in other places where we have paid more and got a lot less.
We picked this campground because of the great reviews. When making the reservation I asked for a site no small then 70 ft and asked if I could get Wi-Fi at our trailer. They put us in site #50. It was only 65 ft long. We couldn't get Wi-Fi at our trailer. When I went to the office and told them this they didn't care. We had paid for a week so I said we would stay that night but would pull out the next morning and wanted a refund for the next six nights. The office gal said "No refunds." So we stayed the week. The road noise of the interstate was terrible. They need to cut back on branches in the sites, of the 22 channels on Cable TV offered we got 10 of them. Good points. Our site was level. They have a guest computer people can use for 15 minutes. Has a great selection of DVDs and VHS movies to rent for free. We have learned our lesson. If we are going to stay at a campground longer then one night, to do just that pay and stay one night, if we like it can stay longer and like this place could leave the next day.
We were in site #44. Stayed one night only. Level site. Very tight sites side by side, plus at 60 ft long we hung out on each end. Has nice shade trees, train horn at 4 PM, 6 PM, 11 PM, 7 AM, 7:30 AM. Has cable TY, offers 8 channels, 1 came in clearly. Okay place for one night.
Has regular, premium and deluxe sites. This RV Resort is still under construction. Will have sites all the way down to the river some day. Has park models. A swimming pool, hot tub, spa. Really nice lodge where there are weddings and parties, nice patio out back with a gas grill that can be used by people staying there. The airport is near by so will get some air traffic noise. But overall is a very quiet place to stay.
This is a 55 plus park. Kids are welcome but only for two weeks. Really only 25 sites are for RVs, the rest have park models on them. Most of the RV sites are at the front of the resort. Has a busy highway in front of the resort. Lots of noisy traffic. Train horn noise. Lots of aircraft flying overhead. Has lots of activities, two swimming pools and hot tubs. Two buildings that have showers and restrooms. Super nice library. Weight room and pool tables.
Sites are right next to one another. Park is made for RVs with no slides. Can get in, but might be within 4 inches of your neighbor with slides out. Only 4 sites are 50 AMP the rest are 30 AMP. Most are grass sites a few concrete pads. All sites are back ins. The neighborhood is quiet.
We stayed here a week. Was in site #210. No shade. Nice looking place has a few 85 foot concrete sites but are mostly small back in sites. Sites are close together. There are some park models and mobile home trailers. Cell phone reception is poor in the park. Has to many speed bumps. Wi-Fi is "free" sometimes works great other times not at all.
Is located in a flood plain. Our site was W-67. We stayed a week. Had nice shade. Has "free" Wi-Fi. Sometime could get it at our trailer, other times had to go outside to our picnic table or to a shelter near the office. Some sites have Cable TV but we didn't. Has Big Rig sites 85 feet long, but sites are a little close together. Here you can wash your RV and other vehicles. We slept every night with the windows open. Pretty quiet until around 7 AM then can hear the interstate traffic and train horns. They have fire rings. Cough, cough. All we need is more air pollution. Did like the Metro Bus stop right out front to go into town.
Stayed one night. Didn't have to unhook our truck and trailer. Has big rig sites. Didn't have train or interstate noise like the other post. They do charge a $1.00 extra for the Wi-Fi. I refused to pay extra for it since for 27 dollars a night it should be included in the price.
Stayed two nights. Nice and quiet for being in a big city. We are 60 ft long with our truck and trailer, plenty of room to move inside the park. Lots of trees, but some need to be cut back. Getting out was interesting with the narrow road. I was disappointed they charged for Wi-Fi. $2.95 an hour? $5.95 a day? I don't think so. The pool was closed for the season.
We were on site #33. Good points. 1. Is big rig access. Some sites are 70 ft long. Didn't have to unhook our trailer from our truck. 2. Gets good clear cable TV and lots of channels. Bad points. 1. Suppose to have Wi-Fi. That is why we stayed here. It was hit and miss from our site. It was slower then dial up internet even at the office, where the antenna is. When the office is closed there is no outdoor shelter. Poor excuse for Wi-Fi. 2. Train tracks are less then 300 yards from our site. Closer for others. 3. Lots of road noise at 6 AM. 4. Erosion dips from July as posted, still have them in Sept. 4. $25 per night. To much money for this campground. Won't be back to this campground.
We stayed four nights. Sorry, but this is not a big rig access campground. Very tight as the others say. Won't want to be here when it's busy. They gave us two sites for the price of one. One for our 35 ft trailer and the other for our 25 ft truck and 8 ft motorcycles. We didn't pay the $2 dollars a day for Cable TV. Later a staff member came by and said we could use it for free. I'm glad we didn't pay for it could only get 8 channels and only 2 came in clear. Wi-Fi works great. No road noise. Does have speed bumps but they are very small.
Only stayed one night. Pricy, but it does have very clear cable TV. Has WiFi. Was told we might not be able to get it at our trailer and could come inside the store, but was able to get it at our trailer. Our site was very level and this park has big rig access. We are 60 foot long with truck and trailer. No problems. There is no road noise. Downfalls. Barking dogs in the morning and low hanging branches.
Over priced. Otherwise a nice place. The city road to the campground needs work and is very narrow. I liked the patio with picnic table with umbrella and grill. Mini golf is $2 per person extra, we didn't play, thought it should be in with the cost. Did hear road noise in the morning, but none at night. Slept with windows open. We have our own shower and toilet in our trailer and use it, but I did check out the restrooms and showers. Their showers are smaller than the one in our trailer.
24 sites, but only 8 looked to be for travelers, the rest look like they have been there a while. Bad points, interstate noise, train noise, dogs running loose and barking. Do need to cut back on some branches for tall RVs. Interior roads are paved but narrow. Good points, sites are gravel and are up to 100 ft long. Have cable TV.
A little on the high side. 23 dollars for 30 amp, water and no sewer hook up. $1.50 extra for Cable TV. They do have Big Rig sites, 70 feet long. They are next to the highway. Getting to the "Big Rig" sites. They need to do some branch cutting and make the interior roads wider. There are side by side sites. Very close together. Need to do some branch cutting there too. They don't have wireless internet but can pick up the Flying J truck stop near by.
$2.50 extra for Cable TV. Extra for wireless hook up. We thought the wireless was included in the price. The pool and spa wasn't open. We suggested that they should take a little off our price. Nope. Won't do it.
The road getting into this park needs to be wider. Would hate to met another "Big Rig" from the other direction. For being rated "Big Rig" the inside roads are small. Some of the sites (ours included) are far from being level. There are sites right up next to the interstate. I did like wireless internet at my trailer and the cable TV.
Interesting minature golf, but it wasn't open yet when we were there. Place needs a little work. Needs gravel in holes in the sites. Needs cable TV since you can't get a clear picture on your TV. I think 17 dollars is a little high for what you get. Cough, cough. Hate the fire rings. Cough, cough. Otherwise a nice quiet place, except weekends.
Train tracks across the street. Was woke up at 3:15 AM by one blowing it's horn and going slowly through. I did not use the bathrooms and showers but checked them out. Sign inside said the floors were propane heated.