Rate reflects Good Sam discount & coupon. Place was still over-priced, probably because in Tallahassee. No frills park. Two ladies in office didn't want to accept coupon: "never heard of it." After short conversation, accepted coupon "as a favor". Escort to site was provided. Gravel site was level. Water, electric, sewer as described. Lots of full time residents but not a problem, nice and quiet. Site long enough for 40' coach, 16" toad. Didn't have to unhook. Room to open 4 slides. After driving 5 hrs, have mixed feelings about staying again due to coupon issue. Don't want to sound picky, but if they are a Good Sam campground, they should stay informed.
Rate is with Good Sam discount + $5 coupon. No frills park. Entrance looks as if sites are tight but bigger sites are further into campground. Electric fine; could use our surge protector, no problem. Water pressure good. Site level. Long enough for a 40' coach & 16' toad; didn't have to unhook. Opened 4 slides, no problem. Office staff friendly & professional. Got to site & sewer connection on hook up was broken; looked like someone ran over it. Grabbed maintenance guy who was riding by on tractor & he fixed it immediately. Couldn't ask for better service. Bushes, except in 1 place, have been cut back. Would stay here again as an overnight.
No frills park. Great place for an overnight. Relatively near I-55. Level gravel sites; electric, sewerage, & water pressure good. Site just long enough for a 40' coach & 16' tow vehicle. Didn't have to unhook toad. Nice site; could open all 4 slides with no problem. Office not open all day; check website for hrs. Call ahead & staff will leave note on door with site # so you can set up & pay later. Staff nice but not there all day if something goes wrong. Don't plan on using pool: a bit green. Would stay here again for an overnight since other CG in area got bad reviews. This one met our needs.
Rate reflects KOA discount. Small campground, very clean. Sites level but a little tight for a 40' coach with 4 slides. Had a pull thru but had to detach toad & park sideways behind coach (not a problem). Water pressure adequate, electric & sewerage fine. Owner lives on premises: takes pride in campground, trimming, raking, talking to campers to make sure everything is okay. Would stay here again, very relaxing.
Small campground, but a real "find." Pull through gravel site was level. Our 40' coach & tow vehicle just fit so we didn't have to detach. Water pressure & electric were fine. Nice quiet place. The owner, was not in office on our arrival but left number to call. He answered promptly, told us our site number, and arrived shortly after. He was friendly & helpful. After we set up, we found that the fuse in the coach had blown so the car battery was dead. He did not have the mini fuses in his office so he drove out and got the fuse for us. We highly recommend this campground but make reservations because it fills up fast.
Location was excellent. Took shuttle buses to get to hiking areas and for an overall feel of park. Staff professional and helpful. Pull through sites were very tight for our 40 ft. motor coach but with careful positioning we were able to open all 4 slides. Had to unhook tow vehicle before we entered site area; toad barely fit in behind coach. We were there during drought so something at night kept chewing through our sewer line; replaced it twice so bring extras. Electric and water pressure okay. Were here a week. Would stay here again but only because of location.
Rate reflects weekly stay. Staff friendly and helpful. Sites immaculate. Had problem with low water pressure but staff member adjusted water pressure quickly after we reported it. Near so many activities: casino, railroad ride in Cottonwood into canyon, hiking in Red Rock Park, shopping next town over, hiking in Dead Horse State Park, and exploring Indian dwellings near by. Would stay here again.
Excellent RV Park. We used the park as a base camp for day trips to Catalina Mountain, Saguaro Nat. Park, Desert Museum, Air Museum and several other parks and attractions. Easy to find. Sites in the sun but level and clean. Bathrooms and laundry also clean and conveniently located. Staff very professional and helpful. Be sure you get the Tourist Attraction book for $15. It will save you a lot. Would definitely come back again. Wish other military parks were this well managed.
Staff helpful and professional. Site was gravel and relatively level. Unusual amount of speed bumps. Water pressure (should use regulator) and electric fine. Near lots of attractions like Garden of the Gods. Plenty of hiking and mountain bike riding on base and in surrounding parks. Only negative was trains blowing horn most of the night, but after hiking all day, we usually slept through. Would definitely stay here again.
Staff excellent: escorted us to site, cheerful, and professional. Sites graveled, level, and spotless. Pull through was long enough so we didn't have to disconnect tow vehicle. Good water pressure. We would definitely stay here again.
Consider this a tourist area so prices are high. We were in the new section way out back. The sites were gravel and relatively level. The hook-ups were new, but consider a pressure regulator because of strong water pressure. Because of thunderstorms each afternoon, it got quite muddy. Staff was very courteous and helpful. RV Park catered to ATVs but for the most part the ATV owners were careful to follow rules and not disturb non-ATVers. No cable connections and no TV antenna reception but there were tons of other things to do. If you want to have the luxury of a dependable full-hook up service as you explore Bryce Nat'l Park, this place is great. The shuttle picks you up right in front of the RV park. Ruby's Inn, nearby, also has a great buffet.
Rate reflects KOA Value Card discount. Full hook-up, 50 amp service worked fine. Cable was available. Place was clean. Staff was professional and helpful. Pull thru site was tight and sloped so much that we had to put 3" blocks under back leveling jacks to stop "excess slope" message so we could open our slides. Blue stone was so thin that jacks and back wheels sunk down. We have stayed at many KOA's. This KOA was over priced for area.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. This is a great little RV Park with level sites. Full hook up with 50 amp service worked fine; good water pressure. Excellent view of the mountains. Staff was so nice and helpful. RV Park was immaculate and conveniently located near Capital Reef. We would definitely stay here again. Rated it only a 9 because no cable.
We were in site B034 in a motor coach. The outdated 30 amp service kept popping the breaker at the main service box even when we only ran one air conditioner and the host had to reset it. After the 3rd time, we gave up. The temperature ranged from 100 - 107 so we had to open the windows to survive. With the traffic going well above the speed limit, dust came through the windows constantly. Children were playing where we had to get water. People were walking their dogs and not picking up after them. The only good thing was that they opened a new restroom so that we didn't have to go to the old one which was filthy. While the scenery was beautiful, this was one of the worst maintained Nat. Parks we have been too.
The cost reflects Passport America rate. This park was a gem. Although there were no amenities, the back-in sites in the rear of the park were spacious and offered great views of the mountains with beautiful sunrises. Several desert hiking trails were within walking distance from our site. The hostess was friendly, professional, informative, and was usually in the office. We could hear the coyotes at night and watch quail and other birds during the day. The Arizona Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park were close by. We stayed 7 days and loved every moment.
Staff was courteous and helpful. New section of sites accommodates big rigs easily. On site exercise room had treadmills, ellipticals, and a stationary bike. Need to go to family room to get Wi-Fi but we had Verizon wireless router so was not an issue. Climate was the only problem ... gusty winds and a dust storm so if you come in March or April be prepared to "lock down" anything that can blow away. Would definitely come again.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Sites are great, even for a motorhome with 4 slides. All facilities work as specified. Plenty of room. Sites, restrooms, showers, pool are very clean. Staff is cordial, helpful, and informative. Drought conditions so no campfires but most enjoyable place to stay. Only stayed 2 nights. Would definitely stay here again for a longer period of time.
$34 rate reflects Good Sam discount. This RV Park has clean, washed gravel sites. Sites are Big Rig friendly, level, did not have to unhook our towed vehicle. But, when slides were out, very tight to next Big Rig. Easy on; easy off access. Lots of sites in back accommodated working campers, but everyone was considerate / quiet. Noise level high from road, but we used CG for an overnight and were so tired it didn't matter. Staff was friendly and efficient. Would use this as an overnight again, but not for any longer. Stones throw to Flying J.
We were heading west on I-40 so this was a bit off the main route. The sites were paved and well suited for our 40' motor home and toad. Facilities were as described and everything worked fine. The park was beautiful, and we stayed here 2 days but severe weather (thunderstorms, lightning, and tornado warnings) kept us from enjoying the hiking and biking trails. However, the scenery was beautiful. Two lakes and dogwood in bloom. Wish we could have spent more time here. Would stay again in a heartbeat.