This is an exceptionally nice park that has concrete roads and pads with lots of trees and wide spaces in a park-like setting. It's not like most campgrounds which are lined up in a row, close together. Verizon cell worked great. The park's Wi-Fi was Ok; the owner's has plans to upgrade it. We planned to stay for 6 weeks and ended up staying 3 1/2 months and plan to return next winter. This park is so quiet and peaceful, we really didn't want to leave at all. It's a short drive to Foley or Fairhope where there are lots of stores and restaurants. It's a new park with one section done and two sections to be finished. This park is a work in progress that is very nice now and will be great when done.
Lakeside RV is a nice park with concrete roads and pads. The sites are wide with grass between the sites. There are some picnic tables and trees. There is a nice lake we backed up to. The Verizon cell and Mi-Fi worked great, but their Wi-Fi was provided by Tengo internet service which we had trouble staying on, so we used our Verizon MI-FI. We stayed at the Passport rate of $18.00
This is a nice park with concrete roads. There is grass between the wide sites, and there are concrete pads. There are no picnic tables or trees. The Wi-Fi and Verizon cell service were good, and they offered a free breakfast every morning. We stayed at the Passport rate of $20.00 nightly.
This is a very nice park with concrete roads and pads, and wide grassy area next to the long pull through sites. The park's Wi-Fi was excellent and Verizon cell received a very strong signal. We stayed two days on the Passport America price of $13.50. Bay City has a nice Walmart and several restaurants. We would definitely stay here again and probably for a week or more the next time.
This is a nice park with concrete pads, roads, and some tables. The park's Wi-Fi and our Verizon cell both worked great. We stayed for two nights on Passport rate and one week on weekly rate averaging $22.00 a day. It was a short drive to Port Aransas and beach access. This is our second time here and we would definitely return again.
This is a great park located 6 miles from Kerrville. The price of $21 per day is the average of daily and weekly Passport rate for 18 days. It is a fairly new park and the owner is in the progress of developing it. This park has great Wi-Fi and Verizon cell signal and long, gravel pull-through sites with grass and a picnic table in between sites. There are a few trees and a new section of back-in sites that are just about finished. Laundry is clean and there is a great, large room with a pool table, ping pong table and TV area with comfortable seating. We stayed under passport rate, then stayed for two weeks on weekly rate. We love the park and the location is close to everything in the area. Owner and staff seem committed to making your stay great.
This park is located 7 miles south of Roswell, NM. It has level pull-through sites with 50 amp and 30 amp back-in sites, gravel roads and pads. Wi-Fi was good close to the office and Verizon cell was good. There was moderate road noise, but it did not bother us. We stayed at the Passport rate of $12.50 plus $2.00 for 50 amp plus tax. The pull through sites are water/electric only, but there is a nice dump station so that is not an issue. This is a nice park to stay at to visit the Roswell area. There are no frills, but electric service and water pressure were good and there is a washer and dryer to use. The owner was very friendly and we were very comfortable staying here. We stayed 6 days and would definitely stop here again.
Convenient and clean park with gravel roads and pad, and a few trees. We stopped here for overnight since it was close to the interstate. No Wi-Fi but Verizon Mi-Fi worked good. We would use this park again for an overnight stop when traveling through.
The park is fairly new and trees are small; the sites and roads are all gravel. We stayed here on Passport America for one night. It might work for an overnight stop, but the advertised Wi-Fi is very, very slow at best, and we very frequently get "kicked off". There is a lot of road noise. We might stop here again if we're only traveling through, but I would not pay more than the $15 Passport rate.
This is a nice park with oil and rock paved roads with gravel sites. The back-in sites are not very wide. The pull through sites are wider. There is cable TV even though it was not listed in amenities. The Wi-Fi was for only 1 hour and they said it did not work good, but Verizon MiFi was excellent. There are a few trees, a nice laundry, swimming pool, hot tub and pool table. The mountain and high desert views were great and the camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. Rate is for Passport. I would definitely stop here again.
A very nice park with paved roads and wide gravel sites, they had 15 pull through for transient RVers and many more for long-term. No Wi-Fi except at library--Verizon MiFi worked great. Located in town, within a mile of any restaurant or store you want. Stayed here at Passport rate for a week and would definitely return again.
A nice park with gravel roads and extra-wide sites in a desert setting with some trees. Wi-Fi and Verizon were excellent and there is a nice laundry. We received all of the TV antenna stations from Phoenix. The camp hosts were very friendly. It is less than 20 miles to Maricopa or Casa Grande. We stayed two weeks and would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice, large park with lots of RV sites in addition to park models. We stayed 1 week on the Passport America rate. Wi-Fi and Verizon were excellent, roads blacktopped and sites were extra wide gravel sites with a concrete patio but no tables. The park is 10 miles from Apache Junction which has all the big city amenities available. The park hosts were very nice and we would definitely stop here again.
This is a large park with mostly park Models. It’s nice if that is what you’re looking for—I’m not sure why it is called an RV resort. We stayed under the Passport America rate for three nights and it was advertised as having Wi-Fi and cable, but these amenities are only for long-term and monthly residents. I would not stay here again.
This Park is small, with a few 50 amp, narrow sites--all gravel with a few trees. No Wi-Fi and Verizon MiFi worked, but was very slow. This park is convenient for a one night stop--next to the I-40 and close to Painted Desert National Park.
This park is small, but a nice quiet park. It has all gravel with shade trees, picnic tables and wide sites. The park put in new gravel and 50 amp service this summer. Wi-Fi and Verizon were great and we were in the site farthest from the front. It is an excellent park for visit Mesa Verde, Hovenweep, Four Corners, Durango and Telluride. We stopped for two nights with Passport and then decided to stay a week on their weekly rate--a great stop to visit Southwestern Colorado.
This is great park for a rest stop with gravel roads and trees with some shade. Most pads and sites are gravel and level. One row of sites is wide with 50 amp and the rest are side-by-side sites with 30 amp. There are some picnic tables and Wi-FI was good close to the office. Verizon cell service was excellent. There are older washers and dryers, and only $1 each on the honor system. The only problem is that the owners do not answer the phone and take a long time to call back.
This is a nice park with wide spaces, great Wi-Fi and really good Verizon cell service. The park has gravel roads and pads with grass and some trees. The price was Passport for $20.50 and was close to Moab, Arches National park and Canyon Lands National Park. I would stay here again.
This is a nice mobile home park with several spaces for RV’s. The rate was $20, but we stayed for a week for $120. It is just a short drive to Antelope Island on the Great Salt Lake. This park has blacktop roads with nice, wide back-ins, grass was manicured nicely, and there was shade. Wi-Fi and Verizon were good. Laundry was only $1 a load and managers were very nice. I would stop here again.
This KOA has gravel roads and pads with trees limbs hanging to low and side-by-side pull throughs that are unlevel. They have only outdated 30 amp services. Wi-Fi was OK but could only use one device. However, our Verizon service was excellent. We stayed for two nights on KOA customer appreciation, buy one and get one night free. At the full rate of $36.50 per night, it is overpriced.
This is a very nice park with wide spaces; a picnic table on a pad, the site is gravel and level. Interior roads are blacktop and the park has lots of trees. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is well-kept and groomed. We stayed on a back-in space in a Motorhome. Verizon and Mi-Fi were good. They had several laundry locations at $2.00 per load for wash or dry. Every morning complimentary coffee and hot chocolate was provided from a cappuccino machine. The only problems I had that kept me from giving a 10 rating was the Wi-Fi at the park and the sprinkler system. You only get 2 hours Wi-Fi per 10 hours unless you pay $5.00/day extra for a premium site. The sprinkler system comes on every night and watered up about 4-5 ft on the side of my rig, so each morning I had to wipe it down to keep water spots from the hard water off the sides, and some nights it got down below freezing and I had some ice on the side of the rig.
Nice, reasonably priced park at $20/night. Wi-Fi worked good close to laundry and Verizon cell and MiFi worked great. The laundry was in a new building and only $1 to wash or dry. The park is all gravel with some picnic tables and trees. You can face a small lake in pull throughs. Only 30 amp which was ok in moderate temperatures. We stayed 4 days waiting to get into an RV park at West Yellowstone. The park never seems busy and there is some road noise, but it did not bother us. Definitely I would stay here again.
This is a very nice park, wide gravel sites and long pull throughs with grass, trees and picnic tables. Wi-Fi and Verizon was good. We decided to stay for two nights. We would definitely stop here again. Passport for one night at $16 and Good Sam for one night at $31 averaged $24.
We stayed here for one night, it is a nice park for a stop-over night. The Wi-Fi and Verizon was good, the sites were gravel with grass and wide enough. No picnic tables and road noise was moderate. We would stop here again.
We stayed here for two nights at Passport rate of $18 per night 3 ½ miles from I-84 and very close to Wal-Mart and numerous good restaurants. This is a nice, very clean park with blacktop roads and pads. Pull throughs were wide enough for multiple slides and easy in/out. Wi-Fi was great and Verizon cell service equally good. No picnic tables and road noise was not a problem. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice RV park--gravel roads and sites with grass plenty wide enough with picnic table. Wi-Fi was excellent and good Verizon cell. We stayed for 5 nights and enjoyed the park and area. There is a cheese factory here for tours, an aircraft museum and a beach you can drive to in 20 minute drive. We would definitely stop here again.
This is a small quiet park and has dunes between the park and the ocean. It has great Wi-Fi and cable, the managers are very friendly. We stayed for three days using Passport at $15 a night. You should check before coming as sites for large RVs are very limited.
This is a nice park for an overnight stay. We had a back-in on gravel. Wi-Fi was good and we had an open site for satellite dish. Road noise was moderate. We would use this for an overnight stop again.
We stayed here one night at $35 plus tax and had a site with a partial ocean beach; the site was about 100 yards from the ocean on the other side of a berm. The site is Gravel with full hookup. It is a nice park to visit and walk on the beach. The only problem it was 14 miles from the main road RT 101, would have like to stay for several days, but it was booked full for the weekend. Verizon cell and MiFi works great, we got 4 bars.
I made a reservation for two nights here at $33 plus tax a night. The manager was rude on the phone when I called to make a reservation. My mistake was going ahead and making the reservation. When I got to the park, her rudeness continued. Then after completing the charge to my credit card, she informed me I could not run an A/C because their system is outdated and will overload and shut down the entire park. And it was in the 80’s. She said just use fans or use your generator to run your A/C. This is ridiculous when you are staying in a supposedly professional park and paying $33 + tax per night. I cannot imagine having a manager that is so disrespectful to the customers when I did not say anything to provoke her. Other than the outdated electric and manager’s attitude, this is a decent park, but I would not stay here again due to the manager’s attitude.
This is a nice, clean and well-kept park. There are no full hookups-only water and electric, but they have a dump station for a $5.00 charge. We stayed here with Passport rate for $12.50 per day, which is a great price. We parked on grass that was recently mowed. There are lots of trees for shade and moderate road noise. Owners are very friendly and I would definitely stay here again. This is a great park for a home base to visit Mount Rainier and Mount Saint Helens.
We stayed here for 3 days at the Passport rate of $21 including tax and full hookup. No amenities and has one port-a-potty for restrooms. Water pressure was low and they were watering the grass during the day which made pressure go lower yet. This is a fair, clean, quiet, lots of trees and a nice park. Probably would stop again for overnight only. Drop box for camping fee on honor system for payment by cash or check.
We made reservation for two nights for at the $15.50 per night Passport America rate. The park has nice blacktop pads and grass, but I was told they had Wi-Fi, but it is not strong enough to connect in the back of the park. Also, they have many nice sites with grass, but we were put in the back of the park on a side by side site that was put in backwards (I mean our awning and door side faces the next camper and is only about 6 feet between me and the next camper and it is all blacktop and no grass--very narrow). Our extended slide is on the white line on the blacktop that marks the border for the next campsite, which is also on blacktop. We cannot put out our awnings nor do we have any place to sit outside. If you stay here, request a no side-by-side site in the front of the park. You also need to be close to the front for Wi-Fi.
Panorama RV Park is ok for an overnight stop; our site was a pull through gravel, no grass. When wind is blowing, there is gravel/dust in the air. Appeal is not good and the road in needs repair, but it would be OK for overnight stop at the Passport Rate of $16 plus tax. There is 24 hour noise from wood mill. We did have 50 amp full hookup and a site for dish setup.
Two Bit RV Park may not sound like much, but is really a nice, clean park with access right off RT 2. It does have grass sites, but sites are wide and well-groomed with some trees and flowers. Wi-Fi and Verizon cell was very good, it has only one each machine for laundry, but only $1.50 each and no timer. The manager was very nice and helpful, even trimmed a few branches next to my site to make plenty of room for a slide. I camped in a 38’ Motorhome pulling a car and had plenty of room. We stayed here for two nights and I would definitely stay here again.
We booked a week here at Rocky Mountain Hi RV Park in Kalispell, MT. It is a nice park with both trees and open sites. It is a short drive to Glacier National Park and Kalispell has about everything you might need. This is our second stay here and I would stay here again.
We stayed here for one night on the way to Kalispell, MT. It is a very nice park with wide spaces and flower beds planted throughout the park. The park has nice tall pines for shade. This was our second stay at Jim & Mary’s and we would definitely stay at this park again. This is probably the best landscaped park we have ever stayed in.
I stayed for two nights, it is a nice clean park close to the interstate with some road noise. A serious problem with this park is they advertise cable TV. I reserved a site for $31.99 including tax, and when I checked in I was told an additional $3 per day for cable TV. This should be advertised this way and certainly I should have been informed of the charge at time of reservation. I had my own satellite dish, but if you do not have your own dish, expect an extra $3 per day or keep traveling, then that makes it $34.99 per day.