This place was great. They are family friendly (meaning they don't have a child fee), and just a great place to stay. It is big gravel area. Some folks might like more green, but this is the desert. We will 100% stay here again. Folks were friendly and very accommodating. Definately a 10/10. We were going to stay across the interstate at first, but they have the family tax, so no way. We are so happy that we stayed here. Totally suggest it to anyone.
If we can help it, we won't stay here again. Pulled in late. Terrible map of the place. Hard to figure out where to pull in. Even though we didn't pay for a sewer hookup we ended up there for the night (didn't dump of course). That staff was apparently okay with that. They are NOT family friendly. If a place charges 3 extra per person, that is NOT family friendly, in my book. The park itself is okay. Fairly run down, some sites are level, asphalt is falling apart. Bottom line is nothing special about this place. Next time I would stay at a empty lot down the road, where trucks were parking. This place simply isn't worth it.
We pulled in after dark, and tried to find our way around. There is a little map posted at the entrance, but that is it. We found a fifty amp site on the outside loop next to the highway. We needed to dump, but couldn't use the dump because it was back so far and next to the fence. There was no other convenient place to dump on the highway side of the creek. The middle slots are all grass. I wouldn't have parked there. I don't say this often (maybe never), but this is one place that we will probably never stay at again. We woke up to probably eighteen inches of water in the campground. At 6:30am, nobody had alerted us to the CG flooding. I don't really blame the hosts, though, because I figure they were sleeping. But other pickups were just leaving, without telling others. That is bad! We were able to make it out with minimal water damage (for those of you wondering, yes we were on the air horn, as we were heading out. We also called the fire department, and they rescued about 20 people by boat, from what I understand). We were furrther off the ground, than most, so we just made it. My general thoughts, minus the flood? Park was fairly dumpy. The restrooms that we were next to were locked. The sites had some pretty big potholes in them. The roads weren't that great. Would I suggest others to stay here? No.
We loved this park. We stayed here in a very large motorhome. The managers are very nice people. I think that makes or breaks most RV parks right there. They were very hospitable, and went out of there way to accommodate us. We were on a end pull through slot. It fit our rig just fine, with no issues. The park is spacious, so you don't feel cramped. Manoeuvrings was no problem (except at one place where you have to make a turn, but the manager said that is getting changed this summer). Really, I liked this RV park. I understand it used to be pretty sloppy, but I think these new managers have done a great job, with the place. I hear that they have plans to further update the park. The only thing that we could see others not liking as much, is some of the noise. We were right next to the street, but our rig is well insulated. The noise didn't bother us, but it might some other rig, I don't know. It is also near an airport, so you can hear planes during the day. That was actually a plus for us, because we love seeing the planes. However, even if noise bothers you, simply tell the managers. They working on making more RV sites that are set back quite a ways from the road. The bottom line? We will stay here again in a heartbeat. They were friendly people, and the RV park was a great place to stay.
We stayed here in a 45' RV. This was an overnight stop. We called ahead, asked what the rate was for the number of people in our RV. The gentleman that we spoke with on the phone told us 34, don't worry about the extra children. When we arrived, the man at the desk informed us that the price went up twelve dollars. He was not polite, and not helpful. IMHO, I would rather stay at an RV park that isn't as nice, but has helpful staff. I do not care for a place that will not honor their word. Otherwise, be careful of the trees that mark each site. It was tight. Everything is dirt/mud, depending on when you arrive.
This RV park was an excellent stop for the night. There appear to be quite a few full timers here, but that didn't bother us. The manager was very friendly. The parking spots are tight, but that didn't bother us either. We were going to stay at the park across the interstate. However, they wanted more then double the price, of this place, for our group. We left there, and came over here, and like the place. Most of the sites are pull through. We have a 45' rig, and didn't have a problem. Overall, I would say the park is clean. The restrooms were newly remodelled, and clean. Bottom line? Yes, we would stay here again in the future.
We stayed here for a week. The camp was really very nice. We were there in a 45' motorhome. The first slot that the lady gave us, we couldn't get into. We asked for another one at the bottom of the hill, which agreed too. We really liked that spot. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The restrooms are impeccably clean. The sewer dump is uphill, but that really didn't bother me. As I mentioned, the upper slots get tight, so call ahead and reserve a specific slot.
We loved this park. We were able to make in into the first loop just great. We stayed close to the top of the hill. We had to back down the hill to turn around, but that wasn't a big deal. The slots had a nice amount of space, so we didn't feel crowded. There were nice tree. The park just had a nice pleasant feeling. We enjoyed a campfire while we were there.
We camped here in a 45' motorhome. We will NOT be coming back here. The sites were extremely tight. We were in the only slot that could handle our rig. Even then it was tough getting into it. We would have left if there would have been anybody next to us (other then our friends). Our friends stayed in the space below us. They had a 32' travel trailer. The trailer bottomed out backing into the slot. They almost had to use four wheel drive to pull out. If it would have been at all damp, they would have had to. The camp was fairly clean, which was a plus. For what little this CG had, it wasn't worth the money. Next time we will be staying a little farther up the road.