We had one of the two concrete pad pull-throughs and couldn't have been happier. We lost a jack and are on our way to Winnebago Industries in Iowa for repairs, and we are unable to level our coach, so having the level pad was wonderful. Large trees provided shade but did not interfere with the slides. There is a pool which appeared clean and well-maintained. Cable TV in this park was one of the best we have had, with brilliant color and no fuzziness. The Wi-Fi was weak, but our RAZR hotspot worked well. Water pressure decreased during peak usage times. Although the sites are a little close, the roads were easily maneuvered by big rigs. The park is beside RonDees and we are so happy we stayed here. The lady in the office was very nice and helpful. It was going to be an overnight stop, but we stayed an extra day. Price reflects Passport America plus $4 extra for 50 amp service.
Friendly, efficient staff. This is a large park, very well-maintained. Sites are paved and slope to provide drainage, but our motorhome still leveled easily. The back-in site was a little short for our coach and car in front, so we hung over a little into the road. We used our hotspot as the wi-fi did not reach to our site. Cable and hook-ups worked well. Roads and turns are a little tight but not excessively. We would stay here again.
The person we spoke with to make the reservation was very pleasant and helpful. When we checked in we got her opposite. The park is ok, sites are level, wi-fi was good, satellite works well. Hook-ups were fine. It is basically a big parking lot. The golf course is very nice and playing it was the highlight of our stay.
We stayed here overnight in a motorhome. The park was convenient to the interstate, the manager was friendly. The park is predominantly full-timers, with a few sites for transients. The roads are somewhat narrow, with cars parked on both sides of the road making them tighter, especially when trying to swing a 42' motorhome out far enough to get into a very narrow site bordered by rigs on both sides, and a large tree standing a foot to the left of the pad. Distance between sites was very small. Before we could leave we had to ask folks to our right and across the way to move their cars so we could get out of our site and onto the road. Big rigs might want to reconsider this park as an option.
We stayed here 2 days. This was a very comfortable park. The roads were all big-rig friendly. Sites were level and very large with mature trees for shade and lots of lush green grass between sites. The park was very clean, and flowers and small decorative touches were everywhere. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
We stayed here 3 days. This is a great base for going to Glacier National Park and exploring the area. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is clean, well-maintained, and quiet. We stayed in a pull-through that was level and had grass, flowers, a small tree, and a picnic table by it. Cable worked well but wi-fi was sporadic. Our Verizon RAZR hotspot worked well. We would stay here again.
We stayed here 3 days. Staff were friendly and helpful; the park was clean and well-maintained; roads were big rig friendly and easy to maneuver; sites were gravel and level. Wi-fi and cable worked well. There is easy access to I-15. There is also a service available to detail your coach while you are there and well worth the cost. Note: when coming from the North, do not follow GPS directions to go down Rt.179.
This park is convenient to the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Staff was not the friendliest we have encountered, but sufficient to get us checked in. We were given a back-in site that was level; Wi-fi and cable worked well. The road to the upper level is steep and narrow, but once up it, the turns getting to our site were not a problem. We did see one motorhome in a pull-through on the front row get stuck on the turn to get back to the exit road as he was leaving. The exit road on the top level is also very narrow in places.
Staff in this park are among the most friendly and helpful folks we have come across is all our travels. We were led to our site and assisted with backing in, and hookups were explained. Sites are gravel and level. There is a stream that runs behind the park, and the owners have a stocked pond, and fishing is allowed without a license. There is a small swimming pool. Though wi-fi is advertised, there is a charge for it, which dropped my rating from a 10. It does work well, though. Don't follow your GPS in these hills; it is very confused! Look for the large sign about 2 miles from the campground.
This is a new RV park with everything paved, artificial grass between each side, great hookups, Wi-Fi, and cable. The roads are wide providing easy maneuverability through the park. Staff was friendly and helpful and we were led to our site. The only negative were the young trees that have been planted that need lower branches trimmed. The road to the park goes through a large shopping complex and around two roundabouts. We stayed here two nights and would stay here again.
The rate paid reflects a special from their website so check it before going. We stayed here two years ago in our 40 foot RV and enjoyed the park. After reading current reviews since the new section has been opened we were concerned about our RV fitting in. Upon arrival we unhooked our toad and drove through the new section and selected our site from those available. We had a site that was 60 x 30 and backed up to the lake. The site was gravel and level, and had Wi-Fi and cable. Cable is only in the new section. Our toad fit beside the coach in front of the picnic table. It was a little tight. Yes, there are a lot of permanent residents, but all were very nice and respectful of others. We will stay here again.
We had reservations at another park in Weed, CA that said they had 50 amp. After hooking up we only had 19 amps coming in to the coach. We left and had to find a place to stay on the fly. I found Yreka RV Park on Rvparkreviews, called and went there. The park was fairly new and immaculate, We had a level gravel pull-through site with full hookups, strong 50 amp service, wi-fi, and cable. There was easy access to and from I-5. The receptionist was very helpful and pleasant. The park has permanent residents, but all their sites were tidy and clean, and the residents were very friendly. We would happily stay here again.
This is a beautiful park, all paved, level sites, good Wi-Fi and cable TV, and nicely landscaped The staff was friendly and helpful. The 'office' is large with meeting rooms, an assortment of local spices and packaged foods, cookbooks with local recipes and Mexican woven bags. It is convenient to the historic old town and several wine tasting establishments.
This is a new park in Fort Stockton, and it really is located on top of a hill overlooking the freeway. The entire park is paved, sites are level and wide, hookups and Wi-Fi worked well. There was no cable TV which took the rating down from a 10. There is a nice pool and a circular conversation pit with fireplace to watch the sunsets on chilly evenings. Staff was very friendly and lead us to our site and waited to make sure we didn't need anything else. This would be the place to stay longer if we needed to be in the Fort Stockton area for longer periods.
This is a beautiful park with all the amenities. There are 2 large pools, a restaurant, a dog walk and unleashed run, pool table, convention area, and it is conveniently located next to a Camping World for supplies/repairs. Staff was friendly and helpful. The park is fenced and gated with 24 hour securtiy.
This is a large, well-appointed park with large sites and lots of shade. The park is managed by a lady with definite rules regarding dogs and where they can go. This is not a problem as a dog walk area goes the entire length of the park. We found her to be friendly and helpful. Hookups worked well. The Colorado River is behind the park and Arizona can be seen across it. The roads are paved, sites are level, huge trees provide canopies over the sites.
This is a typical Thousand Trails park that is a little tired. There was a total of 6 sites with 50 amp service and as these broke they were not going to be replaced. The park was jammed with tents/RVs/rigs all thrown together. There is another section across the street from the main park that only has water and electric but feels very remote. The ranger was very helpful and gave us a different route to leave the park then the one he brought us in on (winding, narrow, up and down). Wi-Fi had to be purchased from a vendor at $5 per day, hotspots were not permitted. Our satellite worked fine. We were to have stayed 4 days, but left after 2 when the temperature went up and our rig could not function well on 30 amp.
The campground was basically a place to stop with water, 50 amp, and sewer. Satellite worked well (there was no over-the-air available), and our Verizon RAZR hotspot worked well. The Ghost Town provided something to do, which is why we chose to stop over here. We were scheduled to be in a site on the loop with 50 amp, but when we arrived the site was extremely uneven and only had 30 amp. We were told when we made the reservation that if the site we were scheduled for did not work for us, we could take any site without a reservation tag on it. We found and moved to another site that was even and had 50 amp. The park was hot and dusty, but an OK place for a night's stay.
This is a nice park associated with the casino. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel. Sites are level and well-maintained as is the entire park. 50 amp service was available, water pressure was great, and we were lucky to have a tree that provided shade part of the day. The staff was friendly and helpful. Security was present and visible 24 hours a day. This park is on Boulder Hwy, about 7 miles from the Strip, but provides a quiet retreat from the hubbub there. We will stay here again when in Las Vegas.
This campground is conveniently located near the entrance to Zion National Park and the shuttle to the park is just next door. That covers most of the positives about the place. The website noted reservations are to be made online, but only if 5 days in advance. We called the office to make a reservation since we were only 2 days out and the person who answered the phone was terse and of no help, stating reservations had to be made online and she doubted she could accommodate us for 3 days. We proceeded to make it online and we got an immediate confirmation for the dates requested. When we arrived to check in the lady at the desk was rude and we were charged for an 'extra vehicle', (our toad), and not told about it. The river is nice at the back of the park, but the pool is a postage stamp serving both customers in the inn and the campground; water pressure at our site dropped routinely to 18 psi; WiFi turned on and off throughout the day and was virtually non-existent in the evening. Our 42' motorhome fit in the site OK.
We stayed 3 days at this TT park, which has major potential. Like many parks in the TT network, it is a little 'tired' looking. The main road through the preserve needs major repair, the preserve includes so much land that keeping it all mowed is a challenge. The Wi-Fi is in the clubhouse only, and is weak. And the buildings could use a facelift. That said, the preserve is huge, the sites are separated into river sites, lower sites, and hill sites. Sites are gravel, level, and wide. Hookups worked well. There are large trees that provide shade on many of the sites. Over air and satellite service is available from the sites on the hill. The pool just opened and was clean. There is a miniature golf putting area and a boat dock. Numerous deer roamed the preserve daily. This is one of our favorite campgrounds in the TT network due to the open, spacious feel of the preserve. The $3 per day charge was for 50 amp service with a TT membership.
We stayed here 4 nights while our motorhome had some repairs done at Camping World and Freightliner. Staff was friendly and willing to work with us with our indeterminate length of stay, based on completion of work needed on coach. There was a nice small pool, and a lake to the rear of the property. Roads and sites were gravel, sites were level, hookups worked well. There is no cable TV, but over air and satellite worked well. There are many full-timers (not a problem). The sites are narrow and close together, which took the rating down a little.
This park really is A+! Sites are concrete and level, hookups are new and easy to connect to, the park is well-maintained and clean. The small lake in the middle is stocked and there is a lighted fountain in the middle. Staff was friendly and helpful. We will recommend this park to all our friends.
Other reviewers have pretty much said it all: this park is close to the French Quarter well within walking distance, the amenities are great, staff are very helpful, the sites are paved and level. The location is not the best, but the security provided is way above the norm. It is definitely the place to stay when coming to New Orleans. We knew of the noise from semis and buses just outside the rear wall (we read the reviews here before booking it); we did not know the back of our motorhome would shake each time a large vehicle went by. The best we could determine is that we were situated on one of the drain culverts located beneath the city that drains water out of the city, and this culvert ran under the park, our site (52) and under the adjacent roadway. We stayed here 4 nights.
This is a new facility for camping, the sites are various lengths and ours easily accommodated our 42' motorhome with toad. Sites are paved, back-in only, have a paved area with picnic table and grill, and an additional paved area to provide the base for a tent. Most sites are wooded, so satellite reception is a problem as is over-the-air reception. Wi-Fi is provided but did not work well except in the parking lot by the check-in facility. We had to go to the parking area which was a higher elevation for our smartphone hotspot to work also. Staff were helpful; diamonds were not found, but everyone should try it once.
We discovered this park 2 years ago on our trip West. We opted to stop again this year. This is a fairly new State Park. The facilities are in great shape, it is kept clean and in good repair. There are paved pull-throughs on Loop 2 that will accommodate the biggest rigs. The only negative is that the hookups are located at the beginning of the pull-through rather than in the middle requiring electric extensions or detachment of toad. The large lake has the gamut of water related sports, there are cabins for rent for RVers looking for a place to hold a family get-together. Staff at check-in were helpful and friendly.
This is a park we have stayed at previously. The rate reflects a Passport America discount. This is a clean, well-maintained park with paved, level pull-throughs. Cable and Wi-Fi work well. Trees are planted in the green space separating the sites are still immature, but will eventually provide shade. The staff is friendly and helpful. We planned on staying 2 days but added an additional 2 while waiting to see where Tropical Storm Debby was going before proceeding to New Orleans. The park is part of the Paragon Casino complex. Shuttle buses run routes from the park to the casino for those interested in trying their luck or enjoying the buffet.
This park has the best RV supply store we have seen in all our travels. Staff was friendly, the owner stopped by as we were hooking up to leave and asked if everything was OK. Sites were level with paved pull-throughs. There was excellent cable and Wi-Fi. The park was about 1.5 mi. from the interstate.
This park has easy on and off of the interstate. The staff was friendly and very helpful; so much so that we stayed an extra day to visit the Naval Aeronautical Museum and enjoy the food at the Fish House Restaurant. Sites were gravel, level, and more than enough room for our 42' rig and toad.
We have stayed here previously, in a 42' rig, and each stay is the same: friendly, helpful staff, flat grassy pull-throughs, cable and Wi-Fi that works well. The Park has easy access from I-75. Trash is picked up daily from in front of your coach. We stayed here on our way out of FL because we liked the park rather than travel further to an unknown."
We stayed here 4 days. Rate reflected Good Sam discount. This park has very helpful staff who managed to fit us in for the period. They have many full-timers but also constantly filled sites as one rig would leave and another pull in not too long after. Parks are scarce in this part of NJ. Facilities were clean and well-maintained. Laundry facility was clean and machines worked well. Sites are mostly pull-through and are level and shaded. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects a Passport America discount. This park is family owned for 40 years. Staff was friendly and efficient, our site was level (dirt) and shaded. It is a large park that meanders back between the hills into a valley. Everything was clean and well-maintained. I did not give a 10 rating only because of the lengthy drive into the park that has nasty speed bumps and raised asphalt sections creating more bumps - there is definitely no speeding into the park! I would stay here again for a longer time.
This park has shaded, level, pull through sites and all amenities (pool, Wi-Fi, cable, 50 amp). It is big rig friendly. It is close to Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown. Petersburg is also accessible from here. Staff were friendly and helpful in providing information about what to see in the area. The park was clean and well-maintained.
This is a beautiful park overlooking Lake Greenwood. The sites are concrete, level and nicely landscaped. The front sites by the lake are tiered up the hillside. It is a new resort, so everything is fresh and clean. We stayed in a site on top of the hill with a great view of the lake, and we got a nice breeze up there. The only issue we had was the distance from a town for groceries or dining out. It is a great place for long-term stay (sites are for sale), and to enjoy the water activities.
Very nice campground. All sites are landscaped and have level concrete pads. This is a jewel hidden behind some large storage buildings that provide a feeling of seclusion for the park. Staff were very nice and accommodating. Would stay here again for a longer stay. Also highly recommend Zachary's restaurant close by.
Yes, it is new. But it is a new parking lot. Directions say check-in is at the convenience store, but there is only a tiny sign on the road opposite the 'park' to indicate where it is. We saw numerous rigs driving around in circles trying to locate registration - we were one of these. Yes, it has new asphalt sites. However, all pull-through sites slope dramatically back to front. Smaller rigs and fifth wheels will probably not have a problem. Forty footers and up will not be able to level easily. We changed sites and still had to drive up on blocks to get close to level. We saw many big rigs with their right front tire off the ground, their jacks supporting the front weight of the coach. Maps given for the train are not accurate, buildings are on it are reversed. Cable was great, Wi-Fi very sporadic. The park was not full but best connection we had was 3 bars, slow response time, frequent drops. As someone said earlier you get what you pay for. In this case, value for cost if not equal.
Campground is clean, facilities clean, staff helpful, restaurant had good food. We stayed here 4 nights while touring Yellowstone and it was a convenient place to stay to access the park. Pull thru sites were level, fire pits and tables at each site. Our site provided a view of the river and mountains.
This park was immaculate. There were large pull-through sites that were level, good cable TV and WiFi, great laundry, friendly staff. We stopped for an overnight, and stayed an extra day to play golf. Others have commented negatively about the gravel sites, but we liked them. Each site was separated by a tree and a bush, and each site had a picnic table. The mild temperatures and breeze were perfect for sitting outside. Nearby is a truck park for fuel, and a truck wash that was done manually by their staff to wash and wax the RV, plus a restaurant with 'home cooking'.
Beautiful park at first glance with all the towering palm trees. However, turns are very tight, sites are not very level and have narrow parking area between the trees and sewer hookup. Staff at the gate were great. Cannot say this about the manager. She was rude, caustic and bordered on being verbally abusive when my husband approached her when the internet went down, to ask if the server was down. Since the temperature in Palm Desert was 102 degrees, and her attitude was anything but pleasant, we cancelled 3 days of our stay here and left the following day.
Stayed here overnight. We had a pull-through site in the N section; site was level, and cell phone reception was great and TV was available by antenna. We enjoyed playing pool at the lodge. Internet reception was very good at the lodge.
No cable TV, fair WiFi at lodge. But, sites were level and treed, pool was absolutely huge, staff was very friendly. This is one of the nicer Thousand Trails campgrounds we have stayed in and was very comfortable.
We were here to have repairs done on our 'towed' and ended up staying 3 days. First day was $44 with GS discount, 2nd and 3rd nights 1/2 off. Great cable TV and WiFi, sites were level and separated from neighbor with a tree and had a table, good laundry facility. It was dusty due to no rain in this area for over 1 1/2 months, but owners had a water truck watering down the roads to keep dust to a minimum. The staff was some of the friendliest and helpful we have run into, answering all questions accurately and providing suggestions and alternatives. In addition, we were given WiFi access codes for each day we stayed at no additional charge.
Pluses: level asphalt sites, lots of shade trees, clean rest rooms and showers, for $10 we could wash our motorhome, and on the Russian River. Minuses: typical Thousand Trails with no cable and the internet was very iffy even at the lodge. Staff not the best, not the worse. We use 2 GPS systems. They were in disagreement, we called for directions as we were nearing Cloverdale, gave direction traveling and location. We were given directions from the ranger that took us 8 miles past the exit we needed; had to go an additional 2 miles to next exit to go back the way we came. Beware your GPS - use exit 525!
Good overnight stop. Manager was very helpful. Park has a beautiful view of the Pacific. We had a pull-through site that sloped quite a bit and we had difficulty leveling our rig. Needed to run it up on front blocks to get near level. There were several folks here that came regularly, and other sites did not appear to have the degree of slope ours did.
Not the prettiest of parks, but relative to the rest of the parks in Crescent City, which are nothing more than parking lots, this was a gem due to the view. We stayed here 3 days and had a front row spot looking at the ocean and the beach. The site was a pull-through and level. There are a lot of permanent campers, but they were inconsequential to our stay, and did not provide a problem of any kind. The managers are characters in their own right and were a delight. Bear in mind: staff will come after you if you don't obey the 5 mph speed limit. But a glass of wine will make him smile.
Loved everything about this campground. Staff were very friendly, grounds were immaculate, as were the laundry, showers, and restrooms. There was grass between each site and we backed up to the Rogue River. Yes, there are some tight turns and yes, some of the sites are tight to get into. We stayed here in a 40' motorhome, had the tightest site on the river, and had no difficulty maneuvering.
Long, winding, dusty road to get to camp; Wi-Fi worked if you were close to the building with the antenna. That said - we totally enjoyed our stay here. Had originally scheduled a one night stopover, but decided to stay another day. Campground is part of a working cattle ranch so expect to see some. Sites were gravel, level, and we had a full hookup. Part of the farm is covered with lava rock from the creation of Crater Lake. The owners have a 6.5 mi. nature trail that we took (had some spots not the best for an HHR) and a large reservoir for fishing. Staff was friendly. Saw antelope crossing the lane as we were leaving.
Nice place to stay. We had site #1 next to a little creek and it was very pleasant. Site was a little tight with the back slides out due to a tree, but it was workable. Site was level. Staff friendly and helpful. We liked being out of the crowding in town.
This is a great place for an overnight or to stay a few days to rest. Really nice staff, everything is immaculate, grass is mowed, hookups work well, cable (66 channels) and WiFi work well. Level sites made set up a snap. It is just off the freeway but is below freeway level so there is virtually no noise from the traffic. All sites are pull throughs with a grass strip between sites. We look at a small field with 2 horses grazing.
Friendly staff, good location to attractions. We stayed here 3 nights. Good cable TV and WiFi. Verizon is iffy but there was a hot spot for it at the office. We were scheduled for a pull through to accommodate our 40' RV with toad. Site was very uneven and we were moved to another smaller back-in site which actually was much better with shade and fenced off 'private' area with table and fire pit. Good park for fifth wheels; large rigs 'may' have difficulty with level of sites. Nice pool but there is an additional charge for water slide.
This is a good overnight stop. Has friendly staff, sites are level, cable TV is good, WiFi is iffy depending on your location (to be upgraded soon). Great pizza with delivery to site available. Your GPS may take you 5 streets past, so get directions to location.
We stayed here 5 nights in a site on the Big Thompson River. Staff were friendly and helpful. Our site was shaded, comfortably sized for our 40' RV with 4 slides, level. Had good WiFi and cable TV was available. This is a restful campground and we hope to return.
Park has friendly, helpful staff. This is a great location to several of the attractions in Colorado Springs. Biggest drawback is the uneven sites. We had a pull through for our 40' DP and toad. We spent almost 2 hours trying to level it and keep the tires on the ground. Several blocks and boards later we succeeded. Laundry was clean and equipment worked well. There was a BBQ for dinner one evening with live entertainment. Our location gave us front row viewing.
Friendly staff, clean grounds, sites a little narrow by separated by small trees and shrubs. Sites were tiered and rigs were staggered so we didn't look into our neighbors windows. Rating would have been a 10 except the WiFi was down. We were given procedure for accessing the WiFi at check-in, spent a frustrating 1/2 hour trying to connect, and when we inquired were told the WiFi had been down for several days due to a lightning strike. Would have preferred being told it didn't work to begin with.
Like most KOAs the sites here were fairly narrow but they accommodated our rig with 4 slides fine. The staff was friendly and helpful; all facilities and pool were very clean. An unexpected touch was the menu for salads and sandwiches that, once ordered, were delivered to your rig. We enjoyed watching the B52s practicing touch and goes at the airport nearby. Noise from the airport was not a problem at night; however, the trains did start running and blowing their horns fairly early. This was a good place to stay when passing through.
We stayed here for 3 days. The Park overlooks Fort Collins Army Base and Colorado Springs. Sites were asphalt and level, hookups were very good with great water pressure and good electric service. Each site had a firepit, table and tent site. Laundry and showers were immaculate. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had deer in the evening and wild turkeys in the morning by our rig. This was a great place to return after a day of sightseeing to relax away from the city.
This is a beautiful new park with large pull through sites for big rigs (we booked a premium site). The sites were asphalt and completely level. Each site was separated from the next by a wide grassy area with grill, firepit, and table. The park has many amenities (swimming, boating, fishing), a playground for children. This is a huge clean lake. We stayed here on our way West, but would love to return for a longer stay.
The price was definitely right. It was tough for our 40' motorhome to back into site due to all the trees along the road. The site was not very level, but was large enough to handle our RV and toad. The site had a lot of privacy due to all the trees even though other campers nearby. The waterfall and history of the area was a pleasant addition. We did not use the showers, etc so have no comment on them. We were the only big rig there - others were fifth wheels.