We stayed here one night, visiting with family while passing through. Easy excess off 59 but you really have to look for the sign. Clean park but do not think it was worth the $32.00 a night. They put us in a pull through, stating we were too big for a backin. We did get wakened by the dump trucks in the morning, coming and going, hauling through the park.
We haven't been to Canton for Trade Days in several years. What a pleasant surprise when we found this park on the review. It is the best park in Canton, and can actually be referred to as a resort. Check-in was was friendly and quick, all areas were clean and well kept. We had a large pull through that was more than enough room, even though we are 64' connected. Had room to park the MDT and our Smart Car after disconnecting and unloading. We fulltime and this was one of the nicest parks we've stayed in lately. We will return here: best park in Canton.
We stayed at this park for a week. We were able to find a site that our large RV (MDT & 40 plus feet 5er) would fit in. Once settled we noticed that the park only has one way in, and one way out. Everyone has to use the same narrow roadway with very tight turns. On check in, they were very adamant about the 5 mph speed in the park (which no one in the park including the staff adhere to). We advised the staff and their answer was maybe we could stand out in the road and try to enforce it. Our worries about leaving this park with the narrow roadway and tight turns came true. When we left, we clipped another vehicle parked on a turn with the rear of our 5er. Glad to be out of here.
We made reservations to stay here using our ROD membership for one week. When we arrived I was advised that it was their busy season and by contract they only had to provide us with water and electric and if we wanted sewer it was $3.00 a night extra. We've never seen these charges using our ROD Plus membership. We checked in, paid for the sewer and only 30amp site. After reading through the paper work given us after setting up, we found the following information. You can only run one air conditioner (AC) at a time (glad we didn't pay for 50amp). If you leave your site, while away you are required to turn your AC off to help them conserve energy. If you do not turn it off they state they have the right to unplug you. We have pets and find this unacceptable. Other than that, the park is clean and has large grass pull-throughs.
We stayed here for the weekly rate of $190.00 which is way over priced, and no discount for the weekly rate. Can't understand how the weekly rate went from $67.00 two years ago to $190.00 they can't explain it either. We use to live near by and wanted to visit, but not at this price.
We stayed at this park for two weeks. We chose this park as it was the closest to Denali National Park. We where given a back in site which was large enough for our large 5er and MDT (water & Electric) . The problem is the Denali Raft Adventures is located to the north end of the RV park. This company tends to use the RV sites for their customer parking, and their large buses with raft trailers block in the RV sites. We asked the personnel working in the RV park office for help and they did nothing about it. If you stay at this RV park don't let them put anywhere near the Denali Raft Adventure company.
This is a nice CG with large sites mostly back in. Lots of shade trees (could not get Sat/TV with portable dish so many trees). The site have gray water connection not sewer but they have a dump station for sewer. 30 amp hookup, they say they have 50 amp. Everything in the area was booked up an we accidentally found this CG. Would go back again.
We stayed two nights at the USA RV Park in Gallop, NM. This is the most clean an most well kept CG we've ever stayed in. The CG personnel were friendly and helpful. They advised active duty military personal stay for FREE! "Happy Trails."