This RV park has been closed by the city. There are some RV's still there, but the buildings are being dismantled and no new rentals are available. Too bad because, despite needing some major upgrading, it was very convenient and a much needed park in this city, but we all know you can't tell city hall much.
We had a nice pull through site with a good size patch of real grass. The park is clean and the staff are very nice and helpful. It is only two blocks to Safeway, Walgreen's, other stores and restaurants. Easy access to both freeways making it easy to get to points of interest and major shopping. Quiet despite the proximity to major highways. As good as the daily rate is, we stayed with Passport America for half that. Verizon and Bell ExpressVu both work well. We would definitely stay here again.
We paid the Passport America price of $15.50. We would never have stayed here for full price. First the good: Nice long pull through site; we didn't have to unhook the car for the overnight stay. There is a store for some food and movie rentals and the man in the office was very nice and helpful. Good free wi-fi and cable. Verizon did not work. Bell ExpressVu worked despite all the trees. Now the bad: the place is a dive. Junk and garbage everywhere and the long time residents sites are disgusting. If management would evict the junkers and clean up the area it could be a nice park. Ok for a cheap overnight stay but no longer.
Grossly overpriced but the only game in town so they get away with it. We had a nice back in site along the road. Patio, picnic table and grassed area. Walking distance to good restaurants and other shops and close to Solvang and other interesting towns in the area. If wine tasting is a hobby this is the place to be. The WiFi was Tengo but it was good and free, a big surprise. There is a fenced dog run and a dog wash station. There are many trees and getting a satellite signal can be a bit of a chore: we needed to move to another site. If they were full, there may be a problem getting a clear sky spot. Verizon signal is good. I don't think we will ever return to this park because of the cost.
This is a very nice park and we especially liked the size of the lots. The pools are nice and they have pickle ball, tennis courts and a putting green. The residents are friendly and the office staff friendly and helpful. They could use more activities for the residents because this is a destination park and people spend a few months at a time here. We highly recommend the fantastic Saturday morning breakfast for only $5.00. Very close to downtown Palm Springs and easy access to freeway for more extensive shopping. The wind is wild but they can't be held responsible; first clue are the hundreds of wind turbines just across the street. Verizon works well as does Bell ExpressVu. We will return when in the area.
This is an OK park. We stayed under Coast to Coast so the price was right. They sites are very close together: we could hardly get the door to the motorhome open because the car was parked so close. We didn't have a patio area at all because we needed the space to park the car. Lots of activities. Everyone that works in this park are very nice and friendly except for the older lady that is the sales manager. She is ugly to staff, renters and potential buyers. I went to see her about a membership and was treated like I wasn't good enough to be in the park. Why anyone joins with her in charge, is beyond me. We will stay here again because of the price, other staff and activities but will be sure to steer clear of her.
In the years since I last stayed here the management has changed and for the better. Everyone at the park was very friendly and helpful. One thing we like about this park is that it is quiet, unlike most in Yuma. The sites are large, the pool is nice and everything is very clean. Verizon and Bell ExpressVu worked very well. We will definitely return. This is an SKP member park.
This park is huge and mostly park models. Most park model people do not want RVers around, so not the greatest atmosphere. There are many activities so you can be kept very busy if you want to and the park is conveniently located to shopping access. Some of the lots are wide but very hard to get into because the streets are very narrow and there are fruit trees on each corner. We couldn't get our door open all the way because of the tree and had to wrap the door to keep the paint from being scratched by the branches. The man in the park model behind us was very particular about how close we parked to his unit so we were unable to move back the 6 inches it would have taken to clear the tree. It wouldn't have made any difference to the rear access of his place. Because it is so hard to navigate, be sure your propane tanks are full because Mesa does not allow propane delivery to your RV. I say there is access for 40 foot rigs, but it is tight and you should check out the site before you commit to it. There is now a charge for water and sewer and garbage and all power is metered, including daily rates. There are many activities, but I didn't find one that wasn't an extra charge. I wanted to use the sewing room cutting table to cut out a large piece of fabric but was told it would cost me $15 to belong to the sewing club and only members could use the tables. You must buy your name tag even for relatively short stays and there is no refund. They only take checks and money orders for rent so don't expect to use cash or credit card. We don't use checks and it wasn't mentioned when we phoned to get a spot, so it came as quite a surprise and we had to scramble to find a way to pay. The office staff is without a doubt the worst we have encountered in the 13 years we've been on the road. I don't know if that is the way they are naturally, or if Cal-Am trains their staff to be like this. I won't be finding out because this is the last time I ever stay at a Cal-Am park. When we checked in we were given the total cost for the 2-1/2 months we would be here and we paid it and our receipt gave the in and out dates and the total and that it was paid. A month later I went in to pay the utility bill and was told they didn't charge enough and they wanted another $150.00. I pointed out that my receipt said I was paid up but the clerk couldn't (wouldn't) do anything about it so the next month I talked to the office manager. The reason for the delay was the holiday season. She also said that we just hadn't paid enough and they wanted more and that our rent was only paid up to that day and if we wanted to stay to the date I originally had asked for we had to pay the extra money or leave. She obviously had been coached and had her mind made up long before I arrived. I had plans already made so we couldn't leave so we had to pay the extra cost. I am quite sure that legally I didn't have to because my receipt clearly stated that I was paid up but I had no idea how to fight it, so I paid. NEVER EVER will I come back to this park and strongly advise that if you do decide to come here that you get everything in writing and don't assume that a paid in full invoice means anything to these people.
This is a beautiful site and a good place to get away from it all because there is absolutely no phone service here; you must go all the way back to the highway. Satellite service is OK if you get the right spot. The sites on the upper level have a great view. The road up is steep but not so bad it would be hard to get there. No services on the upper level. Some of the sites have covered patios, and there are firepits. On top of the daily fee (quoted price is for power and water site) there is a $10 reservation fee. There is a small store and post office in the town about two miles away. I probably won't be back, but it would be a very nice place to stay for a while for some peace and quiet.
Coming from the north you must be very vigilant about watching for the exit because you have to go through the weigh station. If you miss it you have to go into Raton and then backtrack a few miles. The GPS is useless with this park. The view is breathtaking. They no longer give a Passport America discount because 'a customer was rude', a pretty sketchy reason in my opinion. Wi-fi limited to 25mb/day and you are not allowed to do anything but e-mail (no Facebook for instance). The sites are gravel and not too close to each other. We would stay here again if in the area but not a place to stay long-term I don't think.
The management and staff are great. The park is very tight and all gravel so very dusty. They do have a clubhouse with activities later in the year but nothing to do now except golf. We saw everything there was to see in the area after two days and that includes Mexico. Not a real snowbird Mexican town. Only draw would be dentist and pharmacies. We probably will never return to this area, but if we did we would stay here because of the cost (PA rate $62 a week plus electric).
This park had easy access on and off highways. Close to shopping, walking distance to grocery store. Very nice office staff and owner. Good size sites for large rigs. Grass and trees. The wi-fi was good when it was on but the owner said they were having trouble with the supplier. Quiet. We would stay here again.
We stayed with the PA rate of $15 per night. This is not a fancy RV park, and the landscaping was a bit rough, but it is autumn, and nothing looks that great this time of year. There is a catch & release pond. The manager is super friendly and helpful. They have a book exchange room with seating and a computer and printer for your use and an activity room, but I didn't check it out. Too early in the season for anything to be going on anyway. The wi-fi reception was good and fast. The bathroom was clean but strange. It was one little building with a toilet, sink, shower, hot water tank, washer and dryer. I don't know what happens if you are doing laundry and someone wants the bathroom. This is a good place to stay while touring the museum and white sands. Right on road, but not much in the way of road noise. Not a super busy highway. I would stay here again.
This is an old park in dire need of upgrading. There are few sites that are full hook up and they are all on asphalt and mostly occupied by people working in the area, so not available to tourists. The nicer sites in the trees on the grass make it quite tricky to get a satellite signal. The bathrooms and showers were clean but so old that I wouldn't have used them. If the nightly rate isn't high enough they have found a way to grab more. There is an extra charge for more than two people, even if they are your children, a charge for each pet and a charge for WiFi. I think they are trying to compete with KOA for nickle and dimeing people to death. The pluses of this park have nothing to do with the park itself, just the location. It abuts the Exhibition Grounds and beautiful Henderson Lake Park and is near a nice golf course. This is a C2C good neighbour park so then the rate is spot on. I wouldn't stay here again for full price but probably will as long as they are C2C and I am able to get a full hook up site.
This is quite a bare bones RV park. Good for overnight though as it is easy access from the highway and has all the good services one would like. The Wi-Fi is strong, the cable has many channels, the spots are large and the management is very nice. This is the second time we have stayed here and it has improved from the last time. They are making improvements all the time. They also have rooms to rent. Verizon works here.
The rate reflects monthly for three months plus power which is a ridiculous .17Kwh when most parks in the area charge .13Kwh. Without ever using the air conditioner and running our appliances on propane our power bill was still $100 per month. This is an everything available type of RV park with very good security. We were in the North lot, in my opinion the best area. The lots are very wide... park on concrete, large concrete patio and car parking and large lawn with palm trees. It is beautiful. Many channels on cable, internet available on either strong (newly upgraded) Wi-Fi or with a cable modem supplied free of charge. There are citrus trees and you can pick what you can use in a day whenever you want. Nice to have fresh grapefruit in the morning. The north pool is quite new and wonderful. The activity buildings are much too small for the amount of people that are there. The entertainment is usually very good and very reasonably priced. Most classes are included and those that aren't are reasonably priced. There is garbage pickup at your site twice a week which we found adequate. If necessary you can take your own to the central dump. Be sure to bring a bike because it is a long way from most of the park to the activities. One downside to a park this large with such mixed clientele(full time, part time and tourist) is that everyone seems to have their own groups and it is hard to break in. We liked the park but probably won't be back because we didn't care for the area.
This park is very convenient to downtown Fredericksburg. The sites are a decent size with a patio and table and some grass. There are trees on each site but they aren't too large. The parking areas are red shale which tends to track inside. I believe this park is quite new. The bathrooms are all purpose private and very nice. It's always nice to have the whole room to yourself. There is a community room and nice laundry room with reasonable rates. One caveat...we were in front of the washroom/laundry room/hall building and people in other sites had no problem just wandering through our site whenever they wanted, even knocking over one of my plants in the process. Good manners seem to have died. The office staff were nice and accommodating. Verizon worked well here. The Wi-Fi was strong and reliable. Lots of channels on the cable. We would stay here again.
Nice park. paved streets and small patios. The swimming pool is the smallest I've ever seen in an RV park. There is also a hot tub. The Wi-Fi was good. Our spot was very long and wide, not all are. There seemed to be a lot of people that stay there either full time or seasonally. There were huge trees over us so we didn't get satellite reception but our Verizon worked well. The park is very convenient to Mustang Island and shopping. There is a HEB within walking distance. We would stay here again.
We stayed here in Nov. and Dec. '09 then again in April '10. In '09 we had a double back in site near the office. Lots of room. In April '10 we had a pull through site across the lake from the office. They are very large lots with a large patio and concrete pad to park the car. Water pressure is good and the Wi-Fi was just upgraded and it is very strong and fast. The roads have been repaired from last years pot holes. They have Friday night suppers and weekend breakfasts at a good price. The management is very nice and helpful. When the roads are busy it is only 15 minutes to the center of San Antonio. Good shopping is very close and it is just off the ring road so getting anywhere is quite easy.
The rate reflects Escapee member rate. We had a drive in back out space and had lots of room for our 42' four slide motorhome. This is typical desert but there is a bit of greenery around. The staff are wonderful and accommodating. Not much to do in Pecos but the museum is worth the visit. Good place to stop for a rest. Wi-Fi is Tengo at a cost. Verizon service was good.
This is a member park and the rate I quote is Coast to Coast plus the power is metered at .10/kwh. The C2C and Passport America sites do not have sewer hookups but there is a honey wagon twice a week and Grey water can be released into the trees. The sites were a good size and if the lake was full we would have been quite close to the water. There are two pools and the clubhouse is nice with a large outside deck and there are activities during the season.
The price reflects the weekly rate in November. Riverfront sites advertised at $45 a night for next summer. The spots on the river can either be back in or drive in. In a motorhome it is nice to be able to drive in and have a view of the river but it does put you very close to your neighbor that backs in especially if you both have slides. We saw two units that were about 3" apart. It didn't bother us but may others. The concrete patio was the whole length of our 40' motorhome; nice for keeping the unit clean. We loved this park and would love to be able to come back in the summer when there is rafting on the river. The RV park also has a rafting business and in the summer there is food available and they are supposed to be opening a restaurant next spring. There is a store that carries basic food,drink and clothing. There are also many tenting and picnic sites. This park is the nicest on the river and the closest to New Braunfels and Gruene. Despite what another review said, I saw quite a few dogs that were over 15 pounds; the rules say 20 pounds. If ever in this part of the world again we will stay here for sure. Wi-Fi was good on all days except when it rained and Verizon worked well.
The sites were large enough for our 45' motorhome and tow car and wide enough for four slides. If you have a 50 amp RV they don't allow you to stay in a 30 amp site. The sites are gravel but the streets are paved. They advertise wi-fi in the travel sites but the only place to get it is at the office and then it's slower than dial up; useless really. The office staff is friendly and informative. Beware that they smoke in the office. Verizon and Bell ExpressVu both work here.
Old park, gravel sites, gravel roads. This is a VERY basic park but it is convenient on and off and good for a couple of days. There really aren't as many sites as they say because they put us (and everyone else in our row) in two sites because they were so short. The woman in the office is one of the nicest and most accommodating I've ever run across. I would definitely stay here again if in the area. The Wi-Fi was very reliable. Verizon service good.
I don't know how the last reviewer paid $25 because they even have a sign on the door stating the rate to be $50.40. There are three parts to this park. The first section is when you first drive in and is treed with grass spots. Nice area but almost impossible to get satellite reception, mats are not allowed on the grass and no stakes can be put into the ground to tie down your awning. The second section is also in the front of the park but in the trees and by the river, called Wilderness. This part is a real camping experience, quite wild and no sewer hookups but the park does have a dump. The third section is beyond the office and all the sites are rough gravel with a smaller tree on each site called Arizona. Mats and tie downs are allowed and satellite reception is good. This is the section with 50 amp service and long pull through sites so if you are just staying one night you don't have to unhook your tow. This park is right on the highway and a long hill which means the truckers use their jake brakes all day and night and there is constant traffic noise. The pool is small and usually full of kids so adults really don't have much of a chance to swim. There is a small playground and two horseshoe pitches. The showers are coin operated and the washers and dryers are the most expensive in the civilized world. At one time there were activities and Sunday morning pancake breakfasts but no longer. There is an extra charge for each animal you bring and any people (including children) over four. Internet access is restricted, slow and costly. This is a nice enough RV park but the cost is not warranted. Would I stay here again? Well, I have no choice, I must stay here occasionally because the only other park in Lethbridge is not very nice, very cramped and almost as expensive but if I had a choice I would stay at a park near Lethbridge. There are many small towns within twenty miles that have RV parks that are quite a bit cheaper. If you are passing through, $50 to sleep is just too much.
This is an interesting park. Not all the sites are full service and some are quite tight because of the trees and bushes. The sites have a table and fire pit and there are gazebos around the property for anyone to use. There is also a TV on the deck with satellite that anyone can use. The owner is very accommodating and friendly. She also leads gold panning lessons and explorations. This is one of only two in town that have services and close to Barkerville, the 1930s gold rush town which is the reason to be here in the first place. Be aware that when you leave Quesnel and head toward Wells and Barkerville that you will be leaving cell service, Internet service, and mostly satellite service behind. My GPS wouldn't work there either because of the heavy tree cover. There are pay phones so you can call out if necessary and a Government run Internet site in town for $2 for 30 minutes.
This is a lovely park. The sites are large and each space has a patio, table and fire pit. There is a large playground for children and they will loan you the necessary equipment for games such as Bocce Ball. The restrooms are old but clean. There is a store and the owners are very friendly and helpful and German is also spoken. I would have given it a ten if there had been a sewer hookup at each site. The dump was easily accessible. The wi-fi was free and very good. Verizon, Rogers and Telus cell service good. The cable TV is satellite TV. and Bell ExpressVu was accessible from our site. We would stay here if ever in the area again.
Another badly overpriced RV park. It is just OK and a fair price would be about $25. Add to the listed rate would be extra for each person over two, a cost for each animal and the WiFi, which can really add up. The sewer hookup is at the back of the lot so you need a very long sewer hose. The trees make it very difficult to get satellite reception. Verizon, Rogers and Telus cell service good. It is three blocks to the lake.
This is truly a destination park with many activities. Sites are sold and there are time shares and rental condos. The sites are quite cramped, mostly because of all the trees. Wi-fi access only in the rec hall which is inconvenient. It is a nice park but definitely not worth the money they ask for a site. I would only stay there again if I could use Coast to Coast or some other discount. To have a very high rent and then charge $3 a day extra for power is just insane.
I reviewed this park two years ago, and it is still a good place for an overnight stay. The rate is fair and we had the pull through site again (15), so we didn't have to unhook our tow. The free, strong Wi-Fi connection is a bonus.
This is a nice, quiet RV park on a small lake; we had a site backing on to the lake with grass and a small sand beach. There are lovely Weeping Willow trees and the sites are adequate for four slides. There are a few pull through sites but they aren't on the water. No activities so bring your own. It seems to be quite a way out of the town but in reality it is very close. They are advertised as being Passport America but apparently are not any more. The Wi-Fi was good and free. Satellite reception is good and Verizon signal strong.
This is probably a very nice park; unfortunately there was a late spring snow storm so we were unable to appreciate it. The sites are a decent size and have grass and a picnic table. It is close to the interstate but surprisingly it wasn't that noisy. May have something to do with the fact it is under construction right now. Directions say to take exit 51 but that has been changed to exit 52 then follow the signs. The last half mile is gravel into the park. The address has also changed to 9484 Three Flags Lane. I would suggest you call first and see if there have been any changes to the access route. I think this construction will be going on for a while. It is a Passport America park.
This park has huge grassy lots with trees, but not so many your satellite won't work. It is quiet. There are activities but most of them are through the winter months. There is shopping within ten miles, and it is twenty miles to the beach. The rate is the non member rate, Escapee members are less. The only downside to this park that I could see is the wi-fi access. There is a charge and that would be OK if the company supplying the service wasn't Tengo who, in my opinion and experience, is the worst service available. $15 a week and slower than dial up if it works at all. I had good to excellent access at all times so no excuse for the service.
This is a destination park with many activities during the winter. Nice pool, tennis court (pickle ball court) exercise room, library, hall. The lots are for sale and the lots not sold are just crushed gravel for parking and VERY soft sand for your patio area. Be very careful about driving on it. Not all lots have shade trees. Quiet, easy access, good satellite and wi-fi access. Close to many amenities including Disney.
Sand streets, sand sites, and sand blowing everywhere. We had a beachfront site (very small beach). Because of the wind the beach was littered with seaweed and other sea junk. Beautiful view. Sites off beach are a bit cheaper. There is a fishing pier. It is OK for a day or two stop but I don't see any reason to stay any longer. Wi-fi internet is good and free.
The rate reflects the monthly rate of $699. This includes electric and tax and free, strong and reliable wifi. Outstanding park. Many amenities and activities. Outdoor kitchen and BBQ area, large patio area, gazebos, fitness room, media room, pool room, dance hall and commercial kitchen. Chip and putting green with a PGA Master Professional on staff for golf clinics and lessons all included in the rent. In the middle of an 18 hole par 72 golf course. Pet friendly, easy access, quiet. I can't give this park enough praise. Check out the website to see what I mean. All this and the most accommodating and friendly staff that ever ran an RV park.
Very nice park. Friendly staff. Easy access from I-4. Close to restaurants, fuel, shopping for RV's and RV supplies. Free and good Wi-Fi a plus. Free breakfast and lunch each day but not really worth going for in my opinion but then again, I don't eat pancakes or hot dogs and that was what was on the menu when we were there. The only drawback (and it's small) is the continuous noise from the freeway. Unfortunately, there is a two week limit for a stay and only a daily rate.
Nice large spot on grass. We have a large motorhome with four slides and had plenty of room. We thought it would be very noisy because it is right next to I-10 but it really was not that bad. The staff (owners maybe) were very nice and helpful. This is a Passport America park which made the rent very affordable. We would come back if in the area. Easy access.
Nice park. There is a pool we did not use and we only stayed a week so did not take part in any activities but they are available. Some spots are close to the highway and could be noisy but as RVers we are just used to noise because most RV parks are close to some sort of disturbance. There are no hills so at least you don`t have to listen to rude jake brakes all night. The office staff is very friendly and accommodating. There is a restaurant that serves a wonderful all you can eat chicken dinner on Tuesdays and all you can eat fish dinner of Fridays for a very reasonable price; not to be missed. We will go back when we are in the area. In the listing it is mentioned that it is lake front; this is true if you have a broad definition of lake front. More like a catch basin but it is water. No skiing allowed.
This is an old KOA park with shared services. We have a large motorhome with four slides so it was quite cramped with not much room to park the car. The pool is small and not very attractive. There are a few shuffleboard courts and a rec hall that in another life was a service garage and still had the garage doors and unfinished interior. They bill this as a resort and charge a resort fee of $3 per day. Just another way to take advantage of rvers. Definitely a rip off. This is NOT a resort and should not charge extra because they think they are. It is on a main road which is quite noisy. The only real nice thing about the park is it`s proximity to shopping and major highways. They also did a bait and switch thing with the rent. I had a quote the day before for $305 for two weeks and when I checked in the next day they said it would be $300 for one week. After an hour and phone calls to head office I finally got it for $200 a week. Way overpriced and we would not stay here again. Lots of choices in the area and no reason to be taken advantage of.
This is a very nice park. The sites are large, some on pavement, some on gravel but all have grass and the streets are paved. The pools are some of the cleanest we've ever seen. We stayed as Coast to Coast members so the price was good. Quite a drive to major shopping but close to groceries and Walmart and other necessities. There is a $3 a day "Resort" fee at Encore parks which is a rip off but they seem married to it. Hopefully the downturn in the economy will let them know that campers don`t like being taken advantage of. This park has activities so at least you are paying for something if you use them. Not all parks have amenities and still charge the fee. We will definitely come back to this park if we are in the area. (888) 558-5777
The power was poor; we must have shared our total 30 amps with others because at some times it was very weak. Same to be said for the water pressure. First thing in the morning when everyone was showering, the water barely trickled out but later the pressure was very good. On the river makes it nice for fisherman. The one major drawback to this place is that it is virtually under the freeway so it is extremely noisy all the time. It is attached to a service station with convenience store and cafe.
If you are a fisherman maybe this would be a place to stay but that would be the only reason. Our site backed onto a marina and it appeared that most of the RV's are seasonal. As noted there is sewer but it wasn't until we were hooked up that we were informed that it was grey water only. Trailer Life rates it a 2.5 and I think they are being generous. They also say the rate is $30 and when questioned the owner said they keep asking that the rate be changed in the book but TL won't do it. This park should cost $15 per night. We would never stay here again.
This is a nice park with concrete slabs to park on, reliable wi-fi internet and cable TV. We were only able to get satellite reception from the highway side sites. The only drawback to this park is the highway noise but we drove to one of the other parks close by and it was just as noisy and twice the money so this is by far the better bet. It is a Passport America park so the first night is $13 and subsequent nights are $16 which really make it better than the other parks around. We would come back to this park if in the area.
Convenient park with OK sites. The site we had was not very level but we managed. We didn't have sewer but we did have 50 amp and water. The Wi-Fi signal was good and we were able to use the satellite. We used Passport America but I don't think I would stay here for full price. A no service site is $32, a bit steep if you ask me. If you have a horse this is a good place to stay as they have facilities for your horse and RV.
We parked on the paved lots but they also have gravel and grass, all with different amenities. We were there for the Polish Festival and they had a pay for two get the third free special so the rate was good. Good satellite reception and reliable wi-fi. Guests in the RV park have access to all the amenities in the hotel. Walking distance to water parks and amusement parks and restaurants. We would come back.
We thought this was a very nice park and it was run by very nice people. Wi-fi is available for free for two hours every day and you can purchase extra time. There was no sewer but they did have a well placed dump and a pump out service if you were staying longer. We had satellite access. Lots to do at this park but it was not the season. Great for kids.
This was a very nice park with very nice people running it. We were on grass next to a lake. This is the end of the season so don't know what the activities are like but we don't usually use them anyway. Close to a few attractions in the area. We had a satellite signal and the wi-fi was reliable. There isn't a pool but there is swimming in the lake and an adjoining waterslide. There is a store for forgotten items.
This would be a very nice place in the summer. We were able to get a satellite signal and the internet was reliable. The road to get here was narrow, windy and had lots of trees but since we've been in the part of the country it's something we've grown to expect. Special attention must be paid to the directions to get here if you are over 12 feet high as one way is through a covered bridge. The owners are very nice and helpful. There is a store and a restaurant on site.
We only had 30 amp power and, the wi-fi didn't work at our site (they told us we could bring our computer to the lounge), the sewer was grey water only. Lots to do here for families. Nice campground but for what we got I think it was horribly overpriced. We would not go back.
This was a very nice park. We parked on grass. We didn't have a sewer hookup but some sites do. Wi-fi access included. We also had a clear sky for the satellite. During the season there are lots of things to do in this park but we were here just before they closed for the winter. They have a store and a grill so you can get a burger if you don't feel like cooking. They were having a breakfast the morning we left and planned activities on Columbus day weekend. We would come back.
Wi-fi access free. Nice spot in the open for the satellite. Many sites in the trees. The entrance is quite steep and when exiting the camping area there is a sharp turn and a steep slope but other than that it is easy to get to. There were many things to do in this park during the season but we were there when things were closed so don't know how good they were. Our site did not have a sewer hookup but some may. There is a dump site.
This is a very nice park and we were able to get a satellite signal from site 7 and probably would have been able to from any on that row. The walk to the beach and only about a mile to the downtown area. There is a charge for the wi-fi access. (800) 571-1198
It is a basic drive in, stay one night RV park but I think some people are here a bit longer. We have a 42 foot MH and pull a car and didn't have any trouble parking. Because the site behind us was empty we were able to leave our car attached for the night. This is a Passport American park so the price is right. They have free Wi-Fi and you have a choice of cable, satellite (they supply a receiver) or internet TV. I don't know how they work because we have our own satellite dish. They do have the most amazing water pressure. They seem to be doing some upgrading around the place and the motel has theme rooms if you decide to go that route for the night. I would stay here again if I was going this way. I don't think we can expect too much in the way of amenities in a place that probably doesn't see that much overnight RV traffic.
The site we had was long enough for our 42 foot motorhome and tow car, and wide enough so we weren't slide to slide with our neighbours. The pads are concrete as are the patios and you are supplied with a picnic table. The rest of the lot started out with grass but the sand has mostly taken over. It is only a five minute walk to the beach and a dozen or so restaurants. We could also walk to the Super Walmart, Walgreen's and a small mall within twenty minutes. If you like to walk there is hardly a reason to start the car when you are here. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We stayed over a month so it was nice to be able to have our mail sent here also; not an amenity a lot of parks offer. Children are welcome here but there is not a lot for them to do other than the pool and the beach. There is a recreation hall that can be used by the residents. I don't know why they call it 'Luxury', but the name really doesn't matter as it is a nice, friendly, convenient RV park with ample sites and we will definitely be back. If you are looking for a winter destination, the monthly rates are very reasonable but I would think reservations far in advance would be recommended.
The sites are large enough for big rigs, and have grass and a patio although the patio was now where near where we could use it. There is a small snack bar so if you have a need for a hot dog it is not far away. We were there during the Christmas season and the park has a small scale railway that guests can ride free of charge, that takes you through the property to see the million plus lights they hang. There is a pond with a sandy beach area for swimming and tanning. The clubhouse has a large deck overlooking the pond for relaxing. The pool is indoors for those that don't like swimming in ponds. They have ongoing activities for those that stay. It seems like a destination park for snowbirds in the winter. This is a PA park for two days so it is quite affordable. This park is in the country so it is quiet, but then again you must drive a few miles to get to any stores.
We have stayed here before and very much like the park. The site we had was in the area near the office so it had grass; some sites are just gravel. The site was long enough so we could have left our tow car attached to our 42 foot motorhome and it was comfortably wide enough with our four slides out. We were parked in front of the pond so technically I guess we had a waterfront site. Fun to watch the ducks and one ornery goose. This park is convenient to Bellingrath gardens and we were here for the Christmas lights.. so worth the trip. There is plenty of shopping in Theodore so no real need to go to Mobile if you don't want to. The owners are very nice and friendly. This is a PA park for two days which makes it affordable too. We will definitely return if we are in the area.
Their website says there is a length limit of 42 feet but the site we parked in could have easily held two units that size. There are pull thru and back in sites. Some of the sites are in a heavily treed area so satellite reception may not be available there. We were in site 343 (large site) and had no trouble getting reception despite the trees around us. The RV park is through a mobile home park and the units are old but they are well kept and there isn't any garbage laying around. Quiet park during the day and at night. The road is paved and the sites are concrete pads with a concrete patio and picnic table. The bathrooms and showers were being renovated when we were there so they should be nice when finished. There is constant maintenance and cleaning going on. They tell me they are getting wi-fi but none so far. Cable can be installed by the cable company if you are staying any length of time.
The streets aren't paved. There may be things to do in the park in the summer but nothing going on in November. Doesn't stop them from overcharging for the spots. We have found this chain of parks charges far too much for what you get but in our case we had no choice but to stay here because everything else was booked solid. Thankfully it was only for a couple of days. Close to the freeway but quiet.
Nice park, lots of trees. They ask if you have a satellite dish when you make a reservation and do their best to get you a site with clear view to the sky. The streets are paved. The store is well stocked and tickets to shows and tours can be purchased here at a discount. Easy access to the freeways but it is surprisingly quiet here.
Easy to move around inside the park and the sites are generous. There is some train noise but it isn't very often or very loud. They don't blow their horns much. We just came from Kansas City were the train noise is a real problem. There is also some noise from the freeway and commuter train but it also isn't too bad. The park is within walking distance of the commuter train station but it is not very far to walk across the bridge to see the Arch and some downtown sights. There is also a shuttle bus from the park to the train station and the casino. The store has a good selection of last minute needed supplies. I would stay in this park again.
Nice park with comfortable sized sites. The lady in the office is the friendliest and most informative of any we've run across. Easy access to see the sights in the neighborhood and in Kansas City. The rate is good and discounts are given for Good Sam and Escapees.
Nice park for an overnight or maybe a few days. The sites are gravel pads with grassed sides. Next to a movie theatre and across the street from an IGA and within walking distance to fast food. It is easy to pull in for an overnight stay and not have to unhook the tow vehicle. They are a member park for Passport America so are very affordable. There is an extra $2 a day charge for the use of air conditioners or electric heaters.
Pretty little spot on a lake with a nice grassed area and trees. Camp kitchen, picnic shelter, sand volleyball and fishing in the lake. This is just a parking lot with services but it is an inexpensive place to overnight with pleasant surroundings. Directions: Going through town go west on 25th Street to the end.
Nice little park within walking distance of the town. The bathrooms and laundry are the cleanest we've ever found. Very long pull through sites. We have a motorhome, with a motorcycle on the back, towing a car and we didn't have to unhook.
There are no amenities but the park is right on the main street and can handle big rigs. The owner keeps the place very clean. The park is two blocks from the lake. Not much to see or do in this town but it is close to Penticton.
This is a very nice little park right off the highway but quiet. Each site is a good size with lawn and a picnic table. There is a group area with a fire pit and free wood. The cable TV lineup is from Satellite ,quite extensive and included in the rent. There is a small charge for WiFi but the service is very good and reliable. The office and maintenance staff are very friendly and accommodating. The park is an 8 minute walk to a grocery store and only a few more blocks to the main street and shopping. There are many things to see in the Creston area and this is a good place to make your base.
The sites are definitely big enough for a big rig with four slides but the streets are gravel/dirt and soft. If they were very wet you could get stuck. The park could use some maintenance. The sites are grassed which is nice. The train runs all night but with the windows closed it wasn't too bad. There are two full rows of full time RVers and most of them have junky spots. There is a service station with diesel and propane and a cafe and convenience store on site. An old mobile home was the bathrooms, showers and rec hall but I never got up enough nerve to go inside to inspect. There are phone hookups in the first two rows (where the full time sites are.) We stay here any time we go through Sandpoint because it is convenient and there really isn't much choice but we are just going through. The campground is really in Sagle, ID, about 6 miles south of Sandpoint.
This was one of the nicest parks we've stayed at. It had all the amenities one could want plus it was within walking distance of grocery stores, a wonderful produce store, a drug store and many other shopping opportunities. Also very convenient to malls in the area. There are so many things to do right in the park you really never have to leave. The sites are very large and concrete so it is very clean and each site has a grapefruit tree. The office staff are the friendliest and most accommodating we dealt with all winter. There are many park models but the residents are also very friendly. We stayed here for two months. The wi-fi was very unreliable. This is an over 55 park but children are allowed short visits.
The rate we paid is Coast to Coast. I never asked what the daily drive up rate was. This is a winter destination park so there are activities. Within walking distance of casinos, a drug store and grocery store. Gravel streets and sites make it quite dusty. The back in sites are best because they are widest and the wind doesn't get there quite as easily as the pull thru sites. Lots of trees. Quiet. Wi-fi unreliable.
This is a destination park. Age 55+. Wonderful amenities and entertainment. Sports and craft classes abound. Very good exercise room. If you are bored here, it is because you want to be. The sites close to Southern Ave. or Hwy 60 have quite a bit of road noise. The one complaint I have with this park (and almost all other parks in this area) is that they call themselves RV parks but really they are Park Model Parks. Actual RV sites are in the minority. There were many non pet area spots available in February, their busiest month. The pet area is segregated and most residents get quite upset if you set foot inside the no pet area. There are fenced pet runs but I don't recommend using them because of the chance of getting a disease because of the concentrated site. They accept Passport America, Coast to Coast and Good Sam.(maybe others but I don't remember) and are happy to accept you with these plans. They even run through the list to be sure you get the discounts you are entitled too. Refreshing. We have stayed at this park before and would do so again.
There is a small lake and boats are available. The draw of this place is the roast beef dinner with entertainment and a dance with live music every weekend. There are also special events held throughout the year. (i.e. music festivals, bluegrass festival etc.)
The park is extremely clean. Gravel sites with a small patch of lawn on each site. Wide enough for four slides. Very friendly owner. Walking distance to shopping and the downtown area. Two blocks to the lake. The park does not have any recreation but the town itself does.
We parked on well manicured lawn in the only pull through site available. Easy access. This was a lovely place to spend the night and the free internet access at our site was a bonus. Children are welcome but there is nothing here for them to do. This is really just an overnight spot.
The park is very close to a golf course and within a few miles of at least 3 others. (one is world class) The park itself is new and very quiet. A river runs through it but there is only a view from a few of the sites.
This is a small, friendly park. Most of the people here were repeat winter visitors. There really wasn't much to do within the park that was regularly scheduled but everyone here seemed to keep busy. The park is on the road to Progresso Mexico and only about five miles away. Dogs are allowed but they must be under 30#. This is a Coast to Coast Park.
There is just too much to tell about. The best thing is to go to the website and check out the amenities and photos. The Wi-fi didn't work well but we were supplied with a cable box for internet at no cost. On a monthly rate, the electric is extra and is very expensive..15kwh It cost us about $3.00 per day and we only used the AC for 3 hours one day. The north lots are huge and well maintained. Citrus trees on most lots plus groves in the park for residents use. The golf is discounted for residents. This park is about six miles from Progresso Mexico where most gringos go for dental work.
This is a bare bones RV park. They do supply a covered picnic table. We stayed right on the beach without any services. The cost is $10 per night. If you pay for 7 nites at a time you get 2 free water fills and 2 dumps included, otherwise the cost is $8. The RV park is right across the street from the beach. We have a 42 foot diesel motorhome so the sand is very able to handle any size unit. Lots of fishing, shelling, crabbing.
This is a very friendly park from the owners right down to every guest. Grass, paved streets,very clean and neat, ponds for catch and release fishing, ducks, birds. There are some planned activities and a weekly meal for purchase. I rate this park a 10 but someone that wants a pool and exercise room and lots of activities might rate it a lower number. It is close to local shopping and close to the bypass road to Corpus Christi which is only about 30 miles away. If we are ever back in Rockport we will stay here for sure.
This is a membership park that does allow non members. The Oaks area is the only area that has wi-fi. There are many activities in the park and the friendliest people live and work here. There are ongoing activities and a daily social hour that lets you know what is going on in the park. We were there over Christmas and felt like we were amoung family. The price I quote is the non member price. This is a wonderful club and if you are not already a member, you should take the time to find out about it and join.
This would be a nice park in the summer. There are only 6 pull through sites. Wi-fi is free. The bathrooms and showers are very old but clean. I thought the price was quite high for a park that doesn't have sewer hookups and the water was turned off. All amenities were closed but no reduction in price.
This rate is for 30 amp. Extra charge for 50 amp. One block from main street. Quiet and clean. Fire rings. Sites 26 & 27 have decks with a view. We were in a 38'MH and we had to park the car in the next lot. Paved and clean.
Cable TV, Wi-fi, and morning coffee are included in the price. Tours of Nashville and Grand Old Opry from the park. Very nice staff. Close to the freeway so noisy. Our site was spacious. I thought it was quite expensive but then they all are in Nashville. Easy access. Check the website for a complete list of amenities. This park is listed in the campground books under Goodlettsville not Millersville.
Three fishing lakes, one free. Lots of grassy areas. Camping cabins. Close to the flea market and recreation park with tennis courts across the street. Close to shopping and easy access to the Corvette plant tour and museum. The water pressure is too low to be useful. We had to use our water pump at the same time to push any water at all. Some noise from the freeway. Rate is after KOA discount.
Nightly rate is for 30 amp. Sewer hookup is $2.50 extra per day. Charge for cable. Wi-fi is free. Nice laundry with 6 washers and dryers. Camping World and RV dealership next door. Attractions in Louisville are within 7 miles. Easy access from I-65.
There are 400 primitive sites too. There were people camping with their horses when we were there. Fire pits. Flea Market April - October. Store. Cabin Rentals. Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Country Star Museum. Music festivals June - October. We lucked upon a Bluegrass Festival when we were there and it was included in the camping fee. The park is only 5 miles from Nashville and the many shops and art stores. Quiet.
The trees make satellite reception iffy. There are two different parks owned by the same place on opposite sides of the highway. One is next to the motel. Both are within walking distance of the museum and restaurants.
This is an antique farm machinery museum. $5 admission fee. They have a festival in June. The sites are grass and there is a water fill and dump available. Almost unlimited unserviced sites. Very quiet and restful place. Good 30 amp power. SKP discount.
The roads are narrow and the park models are almost to the street which make it tight to get into a spot. The park is in some state of disrepair. The pool was dirty and the cable didn't work the whole time we were here for us or our neighbours. There is a cost for the wi-fi and it was very slow and unreliable. We gave a $25.00 deposit for the gate remote and were refunded $20.00. Should take them no time at all to pay for that remote. Bad attitude about it at the desk too. Of course the manager was not available. (they rarely are when there is a dispute) This is an $18.00 a night campground not a $39.00 a night resort. They had plenty of spots because most of the snowbirds are leaving by now. I do not recommend this park to anyone.