This KOA is one of the worst we have stayed in, little wonder it was available when other RV parks in the same area were full. The price is too high for the condition of the park. Our coach site is paved but has mud puddles in and along it, raining or not. The site is level enough to easily level the coach. We were put in a site that barely fits our 36 ft coach and we have to park our car parallel to the road and partially on the grass and we still encroach in the travel path. The park appears to assign sites randomly without regard to what length rig is going in. The sites are extremely close and our neighbors slides are "on our side." The patio sites appear to be better but you have to negotiate the dense pack to get to the patio sites. People have trouble getting in and out of sites. This KOA does not escort rigs in to ensure parking is done properly. Trees located at the front of the site and rigs and cars parked in front of our street prevented us from exiting out as a "pull through." Luckily we were able to back out of our site. The picnic table is peeling. There is litter around the park in spite of workers driving around in a KOA truck. The sewer connection is not threaded, located in a low spot with a chain attached to find the plug and it all was covered by debris. The only reason we found the connection was because there was a broken masonry block covering it which was necessary to use to hold the sewer hose in the sewer connection. Cable is good. Water flow is low although the pressure is pretty good. It rained and you cannot go out without totally soaking your feet because the drainage is so poor. We will choose another park if we ever return to this area. Price reflects KOA discount.
Park is quiet and easy to find. Roads are paved, as are the sites. Sites tend to slope quite a bit and we sought a different site than the one assigned. We found a different site but still had to put the motor home passenger side dual on a block to avoid extending jacks more than we desire. Water service is shared by two sites so you very well may need an additional hose to connect. The sites are short and our 36-foot was backed in so the jacks were barely on the pavement. Our toad barely fit in front of the coach but only by parking parallel to the drive and parking partially on the grass. The park is maintained by the state and is okay. The park is located south of Lexington but remains a convenient trip into town and distilleries.
Gravel sites and roads except for entry and main circulation around site. Gravel roads are washed gravel and well compacted and don't produce high levels of dust nor mud when raining. Sites are reasonably wide, very long and level. Trees could be a problem for some sites for satellite reception. There are concrete patios but not all are in good condition. Permanent resident sites are well kept and do not distract from the park. Several pet areas were convenient to our site.
Tight park for driving but nice space between units. Big rigs would have a harder time getting in and out; our 36-foot was about all I'd want. Laundry facilities limited. Concrete patio and concrete runners for tires. Grass around the coach but NO parking on the grass. Near freeway and the railroad. Don't hear traffic from freeway other than as white noise. Train noise is present a couple times a night but is short duration and we never heard a whistle. So-so water pressure but good sanitary system for dumping. Convenient to parkway and Biltmore.
The park is in a nice setting but is still under construction. Some sites were all grass and some had very narrow gravel lanes to park on. Because of the rain we were directed to a gravel lane and told not to get off the gravel because we'd sink like the unit next to us had. It was extremely wet and there were a lot of mud mounds (crawfish-like mounds) all over which created a muddy entrance into the coach because they couldn't be avoided except by walking with extreme care. The gravel lane was very soft and our jack pads were the only saving grace. Pulling our toad in and out of the site felt like we were dragging it rather than it rolling freely behind the coach. There were no picnic tables or fire rings. Dirt had settled above some of the utilities and created a tripping hazard. The sewer connection was capped by an unglued "glue on plug" with a single ceramic drawer pull that made it nearly impossible to get the cap off. Our friend's connection was off the ground at least a foot. The non threaded pipe required a donut but we couldn't keep ours in the pipe so standing on it was the only recourse. If it had been a foot off the ground we would not have been able to dump. The final jury is out on this but given the still under construction state it is way over-priced. We've stayed in much nicer parks for less money. If we were going to play golf it might be worth another try but for a single night it is way too high priced.
The pull through sites have concrete pads and grass surrounding them. Our first site had a broken sewer connection on the wrong side of the site and our electrical did not work although after we moved the owner indicated they checked it and it worked. The sites are pretty close together. There is nothing for children to do here other than walk a "nature trail" cut into the brush alongside a creek. We would stay here again if needed for an overnight. Rate does not reflect a $2 surcharge/day for summer electrical. Owner only accepts cash or check and doesn't always have correct change hence our rate reduced to $32.
Clean park, well maintained. Relatively new according to their literature. They are trying to get trees started. Gravel roads and sites. Sites were level and well maintained. No grass except at the play area. Any weed growth was well cut. Park was quiet except for an irrigation pump motor in an adjacent field that ran all night. The motor noise did not keep us awake. Friendly staff. We'd stay here again. We did not experience wet weather so cannot assess what the park would be like in wet weather other than the roads did not have ruts nor did the sites.
The park is located north of Pueblo very much in the country adjacent to I-25. If you need groceries you must go into Pueblo as there is nothing out here. The park is graveled but is wearing thin and needs to be added to. In rain it might be muddy. The sites are level but are full of weeds that need to be mowed/cleaned up. We are used to traveling in the southwest, are used to water lean camping and used to gravel facilities. Hosts are friendly. The 50 amp sites are farthest from the pool. The pool area is small and if many families were attempting to swim, it would be very crowded. This is not the typical KOA that we try to stay in when traveling with grandkids. Our Magellan GPS took us off at exit 104 when they are located at exit 108, so be careful of your GPS.
Park is conveniently located to Mesa Verde. Entrance, roads, and sites are well maintained gravel as would be expected in the water lean southwest. Sites were level and large enough. Our pull through site did not require us to unhook although we did for day trips. We don't like parking where ours and our neighbor's front doors "face" each other. We did not have a neighbor so it was moot for us. No cable TV, but antenna and satellite reception were excellent. The pool hours are too limited for summer; the pool closed at 7 pm which is way too early if you want to engage in daytime activities and want to swim after dinner. We stayed here because our grandkids were traveling with us and they were disappointed in the pool hours. The park has some shade trees which are nice.
This is a nice park. The facility was very clean and the grounds well maintained. The sites were level and did not require any special maneuvering. The "everyday sites" appear to be quite close together. We stayed in a view site and would not have felt infringed upon if we had neighbors. The pool area and pool was very nice. We stayed with young grandchildren and used the pool each day. The pool is 4 feet at it's most shallow end, so it would be difficult for younger children. The playground is well maintained also but the equipment is quite old. We often stay in closer to town, but the sites are too close together by comparison. In the future we probably will change from the "in town" park to here in spite of not needing a pool for the grandchildren. The freeway noise is non existent compared to the "in-town" parks.
This is a nice park but not well appointed with site amenities. We made reservations in January and they would not give us a confirmation number. When we arrived they had no recollection of us but luckily we were able to procure a site in spite of the big biker rally in the area. They didn't seem to concerned. The site was tight backing in and landscape suffers because even with a 36' rig we hit the edge. The site is gravel without picnic table. We'd stay again but only for overnight based on the price, lack of amenities and other places available around the area.
The park has easy access from the freeway. In fact it is right next to the freeway with a lot of associated noise when you are outside. The roads are gravel and not terrible, but could be dressed up. The sites are grass with some gravel mixed in but I'd worry during a wet period. Many sites are not very level and you could have trouble leveling. We were there and had our choice of spots. They called and told us to pick a spot that they were leaving early and our receipt would be on the door. They left early and did not post our receipt. We'd stay again but only for overnight.
Big Cypress is a very nice park. The only problem is if you think you are staying in Clewiston think again. This park is away from everything. The night view is absolutely great, noise is totally absent, roads into the park from I-75 is okay, and the mosquitos are big. For a get away this park is a great spot. If you anticipate going places and want anything less than a day trip such as Okeechobee Lake this is probably not the park to stay in because of its remoteness. The museum was great; the swamp tour was pretty touristy sounding but in all fairness we didn't do it. The 20 minutes for an air boat ride seemed really short for the dollars involved. We would stay here again if we wanted a remote stay.
Paved access roads and paved sites with concrete patios. Sites are fairly short and at 36 feet with a toad we barely fit by pulling the tow bar completely in. Area outside the paved/concrete area is small gravel. The concrete patios were cracked and broken where people have driven rigs over them. The paved sites are full of depressions where leveling jacks have sunken in. The park is quiet at night. Has a nice dog walk area at the front of the park which could be difficult for a dog to make early in the morning because of the travel distance. Verizon worked okay. They do not offer any discounts.
This is an old park that has many permanent rigs. The park is paved with gravel sites and concrete patios. There is some grass but among the permanent rigs based on what we saw. Verizon air card is only two bars in a 4G area. Park is quiet after hours. They are doing renovation to some of the park sites, but the park needs upgrading overall. We are 36 feet and getting in (back in only) was quite tight. Unless there are longer and more accessible sites a 40 foot rig would have a hard time getting in. We would stay here again if we needed to be near the Burbank Airport.
Very nice park. Paved roads with gravel sites. Some sites have concrete pads which are assumed premium. There is grass on each side of site with a concrete strip along the curb side which is nice during inclement weather giving your feet a solid not dirty place to land. Picnic table sits on a concrete slab. Cable was good. Access to utilities was well placed and convenient. Although close to Hwy 101 the park was quiet at night. During the day we could hear tires going over the freeway slabs but it was more white noise than not.
Sites separated by fencing which provides a bit of privacy between sites even though the sites are close. Roads are paved but sites are gravel. Sites slope back to front so steps on motorhome are high. Park is quiet and beach access is just across the entry road. Cable TV is weak but viewable.
Nice park on a hillside with paved roads, gravel sites, and fair spacing between units. The access is quite tight. A 40 foot rig would have a tough time in our site. Trees flanking the site could be trimmed a bit. They were not a problem with our slides but will be in the future. Great access to wine country and San Francisco
Basic campground with a lot of permanent residents. The couple of junky sites we noticed last time we were through, are gone. Roads are gravel as are pads. Grass in front. Trees will need trimming but proved no problem at this time. Good for a short stay. They have a par 3 exec golf course right next to the park and the price is right.
Sites are relatively close but not obtrusive. Gravel access roads and pads with grass yard space. Trees all around. Friendly staff. WiFi good, cable very good. One of the cable ports we tried was very fuzzy but the other was fine. Neighbor's campfire rings are pretty close to the RV and might present a problem with smoke or winds, however this is pure speculation because non of our neighbors had a fire. North of Crescent City but allows easy access to the Redwoods and town.
Very nice park. Paved access roads, concrete pads, grass fronts with picnic table.Some sites have river view with a premium. There are plantings between spaces so you don't meet your neighbor, although you can hear them. The Redding airport exit is at the same location but we heard very little plane noise and certainly non at night. We also did not hear any trains at night and very few during the day. Access to Redding and surrounding sites is very easy. We would stay again in a heartbeat.
Non-refundable reservation fee of $10 per reservation. The sites are paved as are access roads. Area is grass and very kid and pet friendly. Site spacing is probably 40 to 50 feet from your nearest neighbor. Although I-5 is not far it only provides some white noise if even that. Access is great. We would give this park a 10 for those self contained and if they didn't want an on-site laundry. The biggest drawback for smaller RVers is that this park doesn't have showers. Bathroom were old but clean the one time we used them. The park fills up very quickly so reservations are highly recommended. Rate does not reflect the $10 reservation fee.
This is a wonderful park. This is only our second casino RV park stay. The spaces are wide, easy to get in, paved and are well placed even for the biggest rigs. Even though we are not casino people, we would stay here again for an extended stay. The shuttle service picks you up at your site and will take you to the casino or downtown: all at a simple phone call. The park was quiet and very well maintained.
Nice state park that is really close to the beach. Sites are grassy with paved pads to park on. Vegetation separates you from your neighbor. Unfortunately the spots are very tight and difficult to get in. Our spot was at right angles to the roadway and with people across the way we had an extremely hard time getting in. Fortunately getting out was easy because the people across the way had left. This is not a big rig friendly park and we are only 36 feet! For someone with a smaller rig it would be a wonderful park to stay in.
This is part of a marina. It looks like it was an old boat parking lot. The sites are a mix of single and double parking. The doubles are very tight. The singles are the best to have because you at least have the service box between you and your neighbor and also you can move to the center of the site. The sites are not marked front to back so there is a wide variety of what you can do. Some sites are adjacent to restaurant parking and the first one we were given actually opened onto the road and parking lot. The sites are dusty gravel. Water pressure is good and Verizon reception is good. Access to town is good. If you get the right spot you may have a view of the ocean and not your neighbors slide. Getting in and out could be a problem if you are long because of the lack of a defined parking area. The posted fire code requires 10 space between rigs; we saw multiple instances where this was simply not the case and could not have been. We were on the east side but the west side (really two separate areas) seemed more like the normal RV Park.
Park is adjacent to beach area with vegetated sand dunes between the park and the ocean. Roads are gravel. The sites are reasonably long and could accommodate a large rig. The "pads" are mostly dead grass and quite a few slope sideways. We requested another spot to be more level and were allowed to move. The sites are on a first come first serve basis and although the site we wanted was unoccupied they were holding it for someone because they were a long rig. They arrived very late at night and the two rigs were shorter than our MH. So much for stated policy of first come first serve. The laundry facilities are small. The water pressure was 25 psi at best. We used the MH pump to augment because the flow was so terrible. Park is in full sun. 50 amp service is a $3/night upgrade which our price reflects. Most sites have picnic tables. Based on other "resorts" we have occasionally stayed in this is no where near being a resort. Verizon air card reception was terrible. We would shop around at the multiple parks in this area before staying here again.
Park is adjacent to beach area with vegetated sand dunes between the park and the ocean. Roads are gravel. The sites are reasonably long and could accommodate a large rig. The "pads" are mostly dead grass and quite a few slope sideways. We requested another spot to be more level and were allowed to move. The sites are on a first come first serve basis but although the site we wanted was unoccupied they were holding it for someone because they were a long rig. They arrived very late at night and the two rigs were shorter than our MH. So much for stated policy of first come first serve. The laundry facilities are small. Park is in full sun. 50 amp service is a $3/night upgrade which our price reflects. Most sites have picnic tables. Based on other "resorts" we have occasionally stayed in this is no where near being a resort. Verizon air card reception was terrible. We would shop around at the multiple parks in this area before staying here again.
Nice campground on the surface - all paved roads and sights. But the sites are very, very narrow. We were moved from a back-in to a pull through because with 4 slides we would not fit. Even at the pull through location bushes are against the driver's side slides and the curb side slide barely clears the bushes. Sewer placement is at the extreme back of the site and high off the ground but accessible by a very long hose. Highway noise can be heard but it isn't real bad. Neighbor noise is significant because of the close proximity of neighbors on each side. Dog walk is not really defined; most people seemed to leave dogs chained in the yard but there were no issues with aggressive dogs for us. There are very tight turns in and out of all pull through spaces. We barely fit with our 36 foot motorhome and tow. The park would receive a better rating except for the narrow sites. The park manager was operating with very limited office hours during this Labor Day weekend.
Very large park that is part of a mobile home park. The sites are reasonably spaced apart. There are some deluxe sites that have concrete patios and grass and BBQ grills. The rest are gravel with some semblance of mowed grass/weeds. Large laundry facility. Airport provides a lot of noise in the morning and early evening. School buses go through parts of the park each day for service. Convenient to Costco, Wal-Mart, REI, and other shopping.
Right next to I-90. Sitting outside the traffic noise is very noticeable but inside MH it is not. Very long site if combine part A & B spaces. Paved and level with grass separators between sites. There are some long-term residents but not intrusive except for maybe one junkie site. Full sun on all spots but if know to ask you can get the door side of the MH in the shade. Good for a single night stay. Days Inn clerk checks you in and was quite personable on the day we were here. Added charge if you want to participate in the continental breakfast.
The name is a misnomer. The mobile home area is completely separate from the RV section. We were offered our choice of sites because of our after Labor Day arrival, they were full for the weekend. Most of the park is shaded by large fir trees that have been trimmed very well for large rigs. Three newer sites offer full hookups but most have only water and electricity. The other sites are among the trees and are very confusing as to the boundaries between sites. Each site has a picnic table. The owners are very friendly and told us to wash the tow and motorhome if we wanted to, just be on the grass. The laundry room machines were very old and the room smelled like cats. We opted to wait for the next park to do laundry. There are other larger parks around and we'd shop around before staying here again other than overnight just because this park appears a work in progress. The access is easy to miss and NOT off of Young Road as the address suggests. Part of the road system is asphalt millings (irregular in dimension and not level) and the rest is gravel.
Grass perimeter except for some spaces in the center which are all grass. Watering occurs every day and the center watering would be a problem for a coach. Facilities are clean. The owner is absent at night but in the park for most (?) of the day. The river flows right beside the park and provides a nice view if you can see between the tree branches. The willow trees and cottonwood trees are a tad low and could be a problem in the future. Parking with a big rig might be a problem if the park were full. Cable TV is only three weather channels and two that don't respond, so there is not really cable TV in spite of advertising.
Staff very friendly. Sites are very large, gravel with lots of grass between you and your neighbor. You can wash your motor coach which is a plus for longer trips. Free breakfast is worth it. Did not try the dinners.
The full hook-up sites appear to be all taken by monthly full timers. We stayed in an area that had just water and electricity. Our space in Row B was super wide and all grass. Previous reviews suggested you'd be on top of your neighbor, but only the full timers seemed to be spaced pretty close. The park was quiet in spite of being between a freeway and seed mill and we did not have issues with park ATVs that were loud. It has easy access to freeway, shopping and eating places.