Quiet campground, some sites are available for those of us who are passing through, but most sites are permanent residents. Store and outdoor restaurant serving bar food and beer. Friendly staff. This is a fish camp, but in October the river was just about completely dried up. We would stay again, but just overnight using Passport America.
LoW-Hi is the home base for Loners on Wheels and is a very friendly RV park. We had great reception with our Verizon data and phone and did not opt for W-iFi. We used our TV antenna to get 12 very clear stations. We stayed for 5 days and on our first day we joined the weekly potluck and made many new friends. The sites are level and the area is very quiet. The bunkhouse is used as a exchange library, puzzle room, DVD and VCR tape exchange. The laundry is based on the honor system:use the washers and dryers and pay at the office later. There is also a table of used clothing for those who need some nice, clean clothes. Every Wednesday a group go to Palomas, Mexico for a day for shopping, lunch with free margaritas,and medical services or drug purchases at reduced Mexican rates. I can't imagine staying anywhere else in Deming.
Beautiful park with wide gravel sites. Great store, pool, landscape, and evening restaurant. They have a nice pavilion with a barbeque restaurant, that has great food. We had two pulled pork sandwiches, slaw, beans, potato salad and a choice of drinks for $15.00, tasty and cheap. Take the time to see the landscaping, many metal sculptures, nice waterfall feature and the famous pool that is painted like a flag. We opted for 30 amp plus cable TV for $2. a night. A great park.
Nicely landscaped, cement pads, full hookups, hot tub, pool, laundry, pet friendly, and everything you need. Free shuttle to nearby casino. No play area for kids or groceries. Will stay here every time we are visiting Flagstaff, Prescott, Cottonwood areas.
Run down old campground. They advertise cable and Wi-Fi but they no longer have them. Price of $19 reflects what is available. 40% old trailers occupied by full time residents. I filled out the envelope, include payment via credit card and dropped it in the box, later we got a knock on the door and was asked to come to the office to pay, which I did. I was given the envelope and info back. No groceries or RV parts, just a run down dirt campground. Okay for overnight. Water, Electric & Sewer worked fine.
Upon arrival I produced my Good Sam card and the three woman on duty at the day spa didn't know what to do with it, therefore we did not get the discount. No cable, and no stations available with antenna. Verizon data and phone worked fine. 50% long term old trailers, dirt roads on upper and lower levels are rutted from previous rains. Address is incorrect on their website: correct address is 1318 Riverside Road. Run down, but not much else close by. We'd stay again, but just overnight.
A beautiful park with the largest and widest sights that we've ever seen. Deer and wild turkeys visit daily. Lots of shade. Hot tub was inviting. Verizon data and phone service not available at site, but was available at or near the office. Wi-fi at sight worked most of the time. There is also a free phone at office for your use. Laundry was inexpensive. Nice and quiet, and a friendly staff. We will stay here any time that we are in the area.
We paid $26.50 per night when reserved. When we arrived we learned that we needed a Larimer County Access pass to camp. Rates are $6 per night, $80 yearly, or as we did, bought a senior rate yearly pass for $35. So our 6 day stay cost was $32 per night. Site # F18 was right on the water and is large and scenic. Electric only. There is no water, sewer, and no dump. Showers are available at Carter Lake CG 5 miles away for $2.00 for 6 minutes. They have a token machine that is cash only. No Verizon service available for our phone or data. The site and view were nice, but the lack of amenities lowered our rating.
There are 40 sites. Over 30 are very long time permanent residents in mostly rundown old RVs or tents. Campers in the tent area have no water so they come to your RV site to wash their dishes at your water faucet. No picnic table at our site # 37 because the site is too tight to accommodate one. Can't park your car or tow vehicle at site. It needs to be put in parking area nearby. The campground feels like it is full of homeless people living in old trailers and RVs. Stay here is cheap, but all you get is water & electric, highway noise, and a feeling that you are on tobacco road.
Campground has 30 & 50 amp area. We were in the old 30 amp area with FUSE boxes. Our power blew those old screw in fuses and we had to wait until morning to get another fuse. We had only our fridge and clock using electricity. We left messages on their answering machine, but they did not return our calls. Employee in the morning didn't know where the answering machine was. Dusty campground that advertises that they deliver pizza to your site. The kitchen area is messy and dirty and not appetizing. STAY AWAY!
The Campground has long and wide sites, some as long as 110 feet. Our gravel site (#27) was on the end of the row, under a tree, and had a large, lush grassy area with a picnic table. It is very quite here, no trains, etc. The bathrooms and laundry are immaculate, the store is well stocked and the owners are very friendly. They have lots of bicycles that you can use for free. No cable and we had no TV reception with our antenna. Located 10 miles east of Virginia City on the outskirts of Alder. Alder has restaurants without tourist prices. Diesel available in Alder. Not far from Ruby Reservoir, a place where people pan for gold and especially Garnets. Our Verizon phone and Internet had full bars. A very nice place to stay. I would give it a higher rating, but we had no cable or pool. We would stay here anytime we are in the area. $34.00 rate was with KOA card.
If you are looking for a beautifully maintained park with great owners, nice fir trees, wide spaces and lots of gorgeous flowers, then Jim & Mary's is right for you. The park is near the intersection of US 93 & I-90, but very quiet. The sites are gravel, the roads are paved, and the landscape is spectacular. The owners love flowers and they are everywhere. The only reason I don't give a 10 is there is no pool. This is a great campground, but, if you have children and need to entertain, then see Yogi down the street. We stayed 5 nights and loved it.
We arrived at Alderwood and given site # 69. We put our fifth wheel dead center in the site but could not open our slides on either side, even half way. We looked around for available sites and saw that we might fit into site # 83. We requested a new site and suggested site # 83 from the owners wife. She went into the office and asked her husband permission. He came out of his office and proceeded to lecture me on how to park my vehicle in the center of the space. I tried to explained my problem, but could not get a word in edgewise, and he told me to go try again. He rudely went back to his office. I again explained to his wife that I was in the center of the site and I cannot get my slides out and suggested that he come to the site to see for himself. His wife went back into his office and told him that we were here for a week and that site # 83 was available. He relented. We fit into site # 83, but just barely, pushing bushes out of the way with each slide. Sites are nicely landscaped, but all the sites are very tight. Alderwood is okay if you have slides only on one side. We won't go back due to his rudeness and narrow sites.
Beautiful view right in a valley of scenic mountains on the Klamath River. Level grass sites. Must pay extra for cable TV and Wi-Fi. We stayed 5 nights. Passport America rate of $21.00 included $2.00 per night for cable TV. We would most definitely stay here again.
Very well maintained camping area, nicely landscaped, and friendly staff. There is also a NPS Ranger office here for information on the Lava Beds National Monument and the former WWII segregated internment camp. Ranger gives fee tour of the internment camp. Eleven miles from Lava Beds N.M. Small town with gas, supermarket, hardware store. Get diesel in Merrill, 7 miles away in Oregon. Our antenna got 11 great stations and our Verizon air card got good reception. We would stay here anytime we are in the area.
The RV park is nicely wooded, right on Lake Almanor. The office staff was friendly and there was a small store. The waste dump was easily accessed. There is access to launch your boat. No discounts available. We enjoyed our stay and would stay here again. We would give a higher rating, but there is no pool or other amenities.