This is a great park...One worthy of visiting over and over again. We tried to make a reservation and couldn't reach anyone at Coachland (before 5:00). When I tried again, they finally answered and I was told they had nothing the next day. The next morning our phone rang and a pleasant voice informed us she had received our message from their answering service and that she definitely had a spot for us. Confusing, but it worked out for us. We will be returning to this beautiful spot. The city of Truckee has an art.farmers market on Thursday evenings, music, wine, and beer. Tahoe City Arts Festival was the next day...tons of things to do in this area. The RV park is clean, easy to get in and out of. You are parked back to back with another unit, but you still have your own grass area/table. Wi-Fi and cable are provided.
Utopia! This is the greatest place ever. It might be expensive, but it is worth every penny. Location is on the ocean. The club house is the best ever...unbelievably clean. Wi-Fi was outstanding. Cable is limited, but who needs TV when you are that close to a beautiful beach. We watched whales from our motorhome. The office staff is wonderful and provides coffee. Super close to Cape Perpetua. The town of Yachats has a Sunday Farmers Market and a great coffee shop,
This park is a hidden gem. It sits between Willits and Ukiah. Because of the remoteness, you can't get TV or Wi-Fi: and that's a bonus. There were white deer roaming around in the evening, as well as regular deer and turkeys. The pool is extremely clean. They don't take credit cards, so bring cash or a check book to this quiet, yet quaint RV park. We will be back.
Don't let the other reviews scare you: this is a beautiful campground. We spent two nights there and loved it. Tall pine trees, Wi-Fi, dog friendly, great hostess, and all of this in a serene setting in Grass Valley. There was one pot hole that we saw in the park, and it was in our camp site. Roads were graded and smoothed out.
Elko is a very busy place these days due to all of the mining activity in the area. Most of this park houses long-term RV's, but it is a clean park. After checking in, we discovered they charged $5.00 because we made a reservation. They call it a reservation fee and they tried to tell us that they tell everyone about it when you make your reservation. Not true! The next statement from the girl behind the desk was that we would need to pay it, but that she knew of an employee who always forgets to inform people when they call. Save your money and go to one of the RV parks further west of Elko: one advertises $14 a night.
Great location. We had a premium ocean site which is actually a view through trees. But it is beautiful and you hear sea lions from your camp site. Laundry area is extremely clean. Wi-Fi was the best. Spotty cell phone service in this entire area because of all the trees. Our site had its own fire pit which was nice: even if we had a skunk join us at the fire one night. Great central location to spend time visiting both sections of the Redwoods. Highly suggest staying here, but bring your own firewood with you. It is around $8 a bundle in this area if you can find any.
One thing: not big rig friendly. Honeybear is a nice park, the Wi-Fi did not work but our Verizon hotspot worked great from this location. They only have 30 amp sites but it is not a problem that close to the ocean. Six minute walk to the beach: very pet friendly. Just make sure you unhook your tow vehicle before leaving the front office!
The RV spaces are very close together...hard to back into! The streets are narrow so maneuvering can be difficult. Wifi is great, fire pit was fun, and the flowers are nice. Our motorhome is 38!ft with three slides. The space was so small and narrow that there was no room in front of the RV for our vehicle. There was barely enough room for the truck and a picnic table on the side of the motor home. Will look else where when visiting this area.
Best kept secret in Bend. We have stayed at the bigger and more expensive park in Bend before and decided to switch campgrounds after driving through Scandia. We changed our reservation and when we called, they made room for us. We loved our stay in this park. Perfect location, lots of trees, cable, Wi-Fi was spotty. Great dog park, close to Wendy's and Fred Meyer. There are lots of positives. The key is to request the new section of this park then pull in and enjoy your stay in Bend.
We always stay at this campground -- easy to get in and off the freeway. Dogs love their dog run which is part of a field. Lots are large, with lots of grass and trees. Five miles from the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Call for a reservation because this park fills up with over nighters.
Make a reservation before you stay here, otherwise you are stuck in a small site at the back of the park. The sites are small and we were placed within the full time/long term park residents. No trees...limited space to use when backing in. Make sure you have a GPS or you won't find this place. Not on our list of places to stay again.
This is a great place to stay while visiting NOLA. There is a shuttle that runs guests back and forth to NOLA, and the shuttle stop is in a great downtown location. The staff is extremely helpful and friendly. Our RV spot faced the river, so the fishing was right out our front door. Each RV park had a fire pit ring, and the RV resort has a bar on site. This is where we met other guests staying at the campground for drinks and movie watching. It was a wonderful experience staying at this campground. Not only would we stay here, it would be a great place to work.
Upon arriving at the RV park, we were shocked at the beauty of this park. Two beautiful lakes surrounded by large trees, with a walking path between the two lakes. It is an unbelievable site sitting right in a suburban area of Atlanta. The bonus was the fishing and the frogs. We were only there for two nights, so we asked for a lake front site (no sewer on the lake) -- unfortunately, it had no shade. On our next visit, we will ask for a site in the trees. This campground is close to everything in the Atlanta area.
We had a friend search for RV parks in the Asheville/Candler area, and this is the one she provided us with. The turn off on the main road is hard to find, and the turn into the campground is also hard to see! Just be prepared. Then you enter the park up a long paved hill. We had a pull-through site that was in the dirt, but we didn't spend much time at the motorhome while in Asheville. The office staff is wonderful and will be there to help in anyway possible. As in most KOA's, you are placed close together. It is close to the freeway system, as well as fun small towns on the west side of Asheville.
We used this park as a hub to see all of the Nascar attractions in the Charlotte area, and it was a great location. The park is well maintained, the laundry room was spotless, and the office was really friendly. It is an older park that has an area for people to live, but that wasn't a problem. This park is one we just call an "average" park, but it is in a great spot.
We loved the campground and the park and would suggest this park to anyone. For this trip, we requested a lake view site and it was beautiful. Large back-in site that was situated in the trees. At the office, you are able to pick up passes for Stone Mountain Park. Also they have a shuttle from the campground that runs over to the park. They even have one that goes over for the nightly light show (which is a must). This is a beautiful area and there are stores within a mile of the campground if you need groceries.
This is an old State Park campground and no one was there! It needs a lot of work. The campground itself sits right in Columbia, and you are close to all types of shopping. That is the only bonus to this campground. Not on our list of return to parks.
What a great campground and beach! The location is terrific: walk out your door and you are walking on a boardwalk to the beach. Even though we made our reservation five months in advance, we were not able to get a space with full hook-ups. But, that didn't stop us from falling in love with this State Park and the surrounding area. Our motorhome is 38 ft with three slides, and we tow a truck...there was plenty of room in our site for all of our stuff! We will be coming back and if we can get full hookups, we'll be staying for a week or two. Campground is also close to Murrell's Inlet, which has great seafood markets and restaurants.
We decided on a club house site after reading the reviews about security problems on this site. The entire park is spacious, green, lush, resort inspired, friendly, CLEAN,and SECURE. You will be given a pass-card to get through their new security gate. This entire park is like being in heaven! One mile from beach areas...12 miles of beautiful beaches. Shopping, restaurants, and attractions are all within those 12 miles. We will definitely be back to this park and will always request a club house lot.
We had read the previous reviews and were hesitant about this campground, but we went anyway and decided we loved their big/spacious pull through sites. The laundry room was spotless, and they were very pet friendly. Previous posts talked about the speed bumps -- and yes, they are there so watch out. They have security watching to make sure no one is going over the 10 mph speed limit and the Wi-Fi doesn't work well. Those are all non-issues for us. We thought it was well located to Kiawah Island beach area. Plus it was only a beautiful 10 minute drive into Charleston; 15 over to Folly Beach. We would definitely stay there again.