Full hookup site, with 3-channels of cable TV and WiFi (free but slow). Picnic table, no fire pit. The Office has basic food and plenty of fishing bait and tackle. Dirt and gravel sites, semi-level. Showers cost 25-cents for 3-minutes. Some road noise from Hwy-20 but not too bad. Nice fishing dock and club house. Helpful and friendly staff.
The rate is for one of the twelve RV full hookup sites; they charge an additional $8 reservation fee. Has asphalt sites, most with shade, some leveling needed, a fire ring, and picnic table. Everything worked fine; however, the sewer connection is high, and lifting was needed to clear the sewer hose. No Wi-Fi and no cable TV: our antenna TV received about 12-channels. Free Wi-Fi located in Ione at Clark's Corner on Main st. Plenty of room between sites which was great. Restrooms and showers were clean. Quiet at night. Fishing is the primary activity; the lake does not allow 'body to water' contact. They do have two swimming pools that are open in the summer months. Boat rentals are reasonably priced. They charge a $4 fishing fee per day per fisher-person, with all the money spent on restocking the lake. We stayed three nights.
This is an older RV Park, locate 6 miles east of Corning, right next to the Sacramento River. River front sites were back-in, dirt, with a concrete pad and picnic table, most have shade, and minor leveling was needed. They accepted my Good Sam discount. Several permanents, but no problems. Restrooms and showers were old, but clean. They have cable TV, 35 channels worked fine. They have a Wi-Fi Hot-spot at the Office, my site was to far away to receive it in my RV so I walked back to the Office, and it worked great, get password when you check-in. Quiet at night. Primary activity is the River, but would work well for an over night between I-5 and Hwy-99.
The road is very narrow getting to and from the RV Park. The owners recommend entering Blue Lake Road from the West. If the gate is locked, beep your horn and they will open it for you. Sites were gravel and dirt, only 30 amp with water and sewer. Picnic table, a few have fire rings, some with shade. Showers were old but functional. Fishing was great and the lake is 40' deep in most places. They have a boat launch and also rent boats, speed limit is 5mph. They have three docks that you can fish from. You hear the traffic on Hwy-20. Wi-Fi was poor for us but our friends received it fine. No cable or antenna TV reception. Owners were very nice and helpful.
KOA rate for a back-in site. Very clean with nice pool and spa. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked fine. Level concrete site, with grass and picnic table. Friendly staff. Short walk to the casino. The RV park hands out some good coupons.
The price is with a Good Sam discount. Destination campground, dark and quiet at night. A 1/4 mile gravel road entrance. Use this location on your GPS: 17855 Doty Road, Hat Creek, the other is the mailing address. The full hookup sites are on dirt, the Electric & Water sites are on grass. Our site was close to level, with a picnic table and fire pit. Lots of trees. Showers and restrooms are old but clean. They have a fish pond, $8 for 5 fish if you can catch them. An area of the fish pond is roped off for swimming, but the water didn't look inviting. I didn't see a kids playground, just a horseshoe pit. Free Wi-Fi through TengoInternet (slow), no cable or antenna TV.
Great family destination RV Park. Plenty of activities for the kids. We had a deluxe site, school was back in session so not crowded. Everything worked fine for us, but a bit pricey. Miniature golf, swimming pool, and water park were included and fun. Fire ring and picnic table, our site was level and shady, our site also had room for my son to pitch his tent. Restrooms and showers were clean. Quiet at night. The sewer hookups were to high, I had to keep going out and lifting the drain hose to empty it. Cable TV and Wi-Fi were good. Friendly staff. Local things to see, Grinding Rock State Park, Caverns, and Daffodil Hill (seasonal only). We will be back.
Price is a full hookup, pull through, Good Sam, with a $5 hotel tax. Roads are asphalt with sites level concrete. Wi-Fi and 60-channel cable worked fine. Picnic table on artificial grass, most with shade tree. Nice swimming pool. Showers were individual locking rooms, clean. This is the kind of RV Park that I'd expect to find in a City, works for us.
It's Humbolt "Ave", not "Street"... best to just use Exit 351 and go one block south. Gravel sites, needed leveling, a patch of grass, old picnic table. The utilities connection in middle, but the sewer connection is at rear and hard to reach. Wifi was slow, cable TV had 19-channels. Constant freeway noise. Showers were clean, but odd set up, very small drying area, and restrooms were visible inside from two doors to lobby and outside, ugh. This may be the best that Wells has to offer?
Two-miles south of I-80, signage helps you find the entrance, which is a gravel road. We had an all grass pull-thru, level, full hookup, old picnic table, no shade. Owner said the Wi-Fi had been upgraded. He was right. It worked great. Basic cable TV. Showers were individual locking rooms and clean. Cash or check. They do not take credit cards. Park was quiet and neat. A few mosquitoes.
An older KOA park about 1/2 mile from I-70 which helps to make it quiet. A level gravel/dirt site, with grass and picnic table. WiFi and cable TV worked fine. Swimming pool, miniature golf, playground for the kids. Showers were newly painted with new tile, and clean. Was a good place for an over-nighter.
A clean and organized RV Park, all concrete, no shade. Site was level, with some grass. WiFi and cable TV worked great. Park is completely fenced with individual security code to open gate. Nice dog area and a playground for younger children. Pool was closed, don't know why, but best to ask ahead of time if this is important for you. Quiet at night. Showers were new and clean.
This is about the only choice you have in Lincoln for full hook up and amenities. The Park was full so glad we made reservations. We had a back-in site that was gravel and needed some leveling. Grass, picnic table, and fire pit. We didn't use the showers. Interstate noise was constant. Wi-Fi and 60-channel TV worked great. They give you 1-hour free WiFi, but just click on it again and you get another hour.
About one mile off the highway, quiet. Sites are gravel, some leveling needed, picnic table, fire pit, a few with shade. Wi-Fi worked well. Antenna TV got 5 channels. Showers were clean. They sell pizza and have a limited selection of items in their store. Staff was friendly.
We got a back-in, 30amp site, which was dirt and needed leveling. No shade, with picnic table and fire pit. They show Wi-fi, but charge you an additional $5 to receive it. It was slow and intermittent. No TV service; antenna got 7 channels. Lots of activities for kids. Quiet at night. Not impressed. Will go elsewhere next time.
Family destination campground, located off the main Interstate, quiet at night. Lots of stuff for the kids to do. Gravel roads and sites, most with shade, picnic table and fire ring. Only 25 full hookup sites (sewer). Well used but clean showers. Wi-Fi was a bit slow but it worked. Cable TV had 50 channels.
Great family campground, lots to do for the kids. Full hookup site was gravel, with fire pit, picnic table, lots of grass and shade. Staff was friendly and informative. Quiet at night. Showers are individual locking rooms, and are posted that they clean them twice a day, and they were clean when we were there. Cable TV worked great. Our only problem was the Wi-Fi. We could not get it to work at our site for our three day stay, so we went to McDonalds about a mile away. Maybe the Wi-Fi is only at the office? They give us a key card for gate entry and security.
Nice RV Park, a creek divides the park into two sections, we were in the section away from the Office. Level, gravel site, with picnic table and fire pit, lots of grass and shade trees, large area dog run in this section. The other section near the Office has the showers, playground, pool and laundry. Staff was friendly and informative. Wi-Fi worked good, antenna TV got 12 channels. A distant highway noise is constant. They pick your garbage up each morning at your site.
This is the only RV park in the city limits, so if it's location you want this is the place. Bumpy asphalt, not level, no shade, parking lot setup. Wi-Fi needed an office reboot, then it worked fine. Antenna TV got 13 channels. Swimming pool. Lots of city noise. Owners are friendly and informative. Restrooms were individual rooms, clean. The entrance/exit is at 921 North 23rd Street, do not use their address for GPS.
Located about 6-miles from downtown, quiet at night. We had a pull-through, full hookups, long level concrete pad, picnic table, no shade. Only two restroom/showers for the entire park, clean. Wi-Fi and 70-channel cable TV worked great. Owners are friendly and informative. They have a free shuttle van for evening shows. Restaurant next door is managed by the RV Park.
Good Sam rate for a pull-thru full hookup. This is a family destination Park, even though we only used it for a one-nighter. Six-miles off I-40, quiet at night. Our site was a level concrete pad, shade trees, fire pit and picnic table. Lots and lots of stuff for kids do do, and the Illinois River runs through the grounds. Individual locking rooms for the showers and bathrooms, very clean. Wifi and cable TV worked fine. Friendly staff. The biggest negative is no garbage cans anywhere, why?
Clean and well kept KOA. Sites are level gravel, with grass, fire pit, and picnic table. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked great. Restrooms/showers were individual locking rooms, clean. Swimming pool and playground for the kids. About 12 miles east of Oklahoma City. Being from CA we didn't know what the siren was about when it went off around 8pm, but everyone said to get to the office building as baseball size hail and a possible tornado was heading our way. Luckily the weather turned south and missed us. Ahhh, making memories.
Older campground. but all was clean and well kept. Semi-level asphalt sites, with grass, large trees, and picnic table. WiFi and cable TV worked fine. Restrooms were clean but need some upgrades. Staff was friendly, they serve meals, and a swimming pool. Next to I-40 so there is road noise at night. KOA card rate for a pull-thru, full hook ups.
About 1-mile from the UFO Museum. Discount for cash payment. Sites are level gravel/dirt with picnic table, some with shade. Owners live in the park and are friendly and helpful. Wi-fi and 60-channel TV worked great. Quiet at night.
Sites were level, dirt/gravel, a few with a picnic table. Utilities were at rear of site, and I had to do some maneuvering to get the set up right. Staff was friendly, Wi-fi was slow at times, cable TV worked OK. Pool was closed due to the high-winds. Restrooms and showers were clean and worked great. Quiet at night.
Quiet RV park about 2 miles off I-40. Level, gravel sites, some shade, cable TV, Wi-Fi worked great. Friendly staff led me to my site. Gravel sites were raked after each RV left which was a nice touch. Restrooms and showers were clean. Nice swimming pool. We stayed here overnight as we passed through.
Very clean park, excellent staff, sites were level gravel/dirt, with picnic table. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked great. Showers/restrooms looked new. Swimming pool, exercise room, relaxing lodge room. Quiet at night, occasional distant train. This park just became our first choice for any Bakersfield stops.
Good KOA ($) campground, family orientated with lots to do. The Pool was open, playground, fishing pond, miniature golf, petting animals. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked fine. Sites were gravel/grass with a picnic table and BBQ. Only fires allowed are duraflame in the area fire pit. Showers and restrooms were clean. Biggest drawback is that Hwy-50 is close so you get the noise.
I stayed in the "South Shore" Monument RV section next to the Trout Pond at Lake Camanche. Destination campground, level asphalt sites, roomy and wide, a few with shade. Campground was clean with recycle bins. Sites had full-hookups, fire pits, and picnic tables. Pricey at $50 per night with no discounts; they charge an additional $9 reservation fee per site. Bring your own fire wood as it was $9 a bundle; marina store has a very limited supply of groceries. RV needs to be fully contained as there are no showers or restrooms in the Monument RV section. Showers and restrooms near the beach area were clean but old. No Wi-Fi internet in the campground; nearest WiFi is at the Starbucks in Valley Springs. We were able to get ten channels on our antenna TV. They charge a $4 per person, per day, fishing fee; purchase these as you enter at the Main Gate.
Park was in good condition, clean and quiet. We had a river front pull-through site, concrete pad was level, with a picnic table and fire ring. No WiFi and no cable TV, we did get about 10 channels with our antenna. Only one restroom for the entire park, so it got plenty of use. The Park was full, quite a few permanents, but no problems. A Nice river walk trail heading north out of the park.
Price shown is for an off-season, lake front (W & E) with a senior discount. Semi-level gravel site with shade and plenty of room. Fire pit and picnic table. They have three sewer dumps as you exit the park, or you can pay for a pump-truck to come to your site. Quiet at night, security, the entrance gate is locked for entry at dusk, open for exit.. AT&T cell worked great, no TV reception, free Wi-Fi only at the Office, only 30 amp. The fishing boat package ($100 for 3-days) was a great deal. No towns close by, so you’re here for the lake activities. They have small grocery and bait store at the office. Showers were clean, $.50 for 4 minutes.
The rate shown is for the Lake-side area of the Park, with Good Sam discount. This area is concrete pads, back-in, with maybe a maximum of a 31' trailer if you disconnect. The area across the road has long pull-through (60'), gravel/dirt sites and is less costly. Both areas have some grass, picnic table, not much shade. If the Office is closed, the Host is located in site #40. Be sure and exit Hwy-20 at Collier Road, go to the end of Collier and turn left, my GPS had me driving down narrow streets to get here. It is quiet at night. The Wi-Fi and 80-channel TV worked fine. This park is owned by Robinson Rancheria Casino (about 2-miles away).
Standard back-in or pull-through sites, level gravel, with a picnic table and section of grass. Park was immaculate, rest rooms and showers were clean. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV worked fine. We stayed in the flat lower section of the park (sites are side by side), eight more site up the hill, each with a wooden patio and table (more separation between RVs). Quiet at night. Group fire pits in different areas. Staff was helpful with local information. Store in the office has basic supplies, or you are 6 miles from town.
They honored the Good Sam card. This is an older RV Park, locate 6 miles east of Corning, right next to the Sacramento River. River front sites were back-in, dirt, with a concrete pad and picnic table, most have shade. The sites are ‘side-by-side’ and minor leveling was needed. I only saw 30amp electric. Several permanents, but no problems. Restrooms and showers were old, but clean. They just added cable TV, 35 channels worked fine. Their Wi-Fi was down , suppose to be back up tomorrow. Quiet at night. Primary activity is the River, but would work well for an over-nighter between I-5 and Hwy-99.
Good place for an over-nighter, grass & gravel sites were level with picnic table, most with shade. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked fine. Restrooms were clean. Office staff were friendly. Price shown is with Good Sam discount. Faint noise from freeway at night.
Price show is for a standard pull-through with Good Sam discount. It’s odd that they itemize the price, $2 per person for cable TV and $4 per person for electric, which is included in the $38. Most of the sites need some leveling, grass areas with picnic tables and most with shade. Park is kept in immaculate condition, restrooms and showers were clean, Wifi and cable TV worked fine. Narrow asphalt roads with tight turns. They have a very extensive list of Rules. You are screened at the check-in (quote: modern, well maintained, full self-contained, hard-sided RV, no exceptions). So if you don’t mind the ‘additional’ rules, strictly enforced by park removal, well then this place will be great for you. Quiet at night, and the staff was helpful with questions about the area.
We stayed here 3-days to see the local attractions. Sites are level asphalt with picnic table and small strip of grass. Everything worked fine: wifi, cable TV, hookups. Restrooms were clean; showers are 25-cents for about 15 minutes; nice swimming pool. Some freeway noise, but not to bad. Friendly staff, very helpful; free cookies.
Great campground, everything was spotless, Good Sam rate. We had a pull-through site which was asphalt, back-in looked to be gravel. Site was level, with a picnic table. Our connections were in the front of the site, it took about 20' to reach the electrical plug. Free Wi-Fi was fast, antenna TV got several channels. Swimming pool, hot tub, and playground. Restrooms and showers were clean. Quiet at night. They have a community fireplace near the playground, with wood for sale in the Office. Staff was friendly and helpful.
Destination campground: the rate is for one of the twelve RV full hook up sites, they charge an additional $6 reservation fee. Has asphalt sites, most with shade, some leveling needed, a fire ring and picnic table. Everything worked fine; however the sewer connection is high, and lifting was needed to clear the sewer hose. No WiFi and no cable TV: our antenna TV received about 12-channels. Nearest WiFi was at Starbucks in Valley Springs (7-miles). Plenty of room between sites which was great. Restrooms and showers were clean. Quiet at night. Fishing is the primary activity, the lake does not allow 'body to water' contact, so no water skiing. They do have two swimming pools that are open in the summer months. This was one of the cleanest RV parks we have camped at, staff was working every day on the grounds. Boat rentals are reasonably priced. They charge a $4 fishing fee per day per fisher-person, with all the money spent on restocking the lake. We stayed three nights with friends and had a great time.
Small RV Park, dirt and gravel, some leveling required. No discounts offered, we had one of the four, full hookup sites, which are back-ins. You'll need about 25' of electric cord and water hose to reach the box as "some, not all" of the sites have it located on passenger side, and you have to go under your RV to connect. Wi-Fi worked fine, cable TV has four channels. Restrooms were clean, showers have a quarter machine slot. A nice covered fishing dock, roped swimming area, multi-purpose building, and small boat launch. Some highway noise at night, but not bad. Staff was friendly and informative.
Price is for a standard 30-Amp site with the Good Sam discount. Unfortunately our site needed some leveling, there is a picnic table and patch of grass. Utilities are at the very end of the site, which made it difficult for us to hook up, others may not have that problem. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked fine. Playground for our grandson only had a slide and two swings. No fire pits, but a nice Cafe and small store. The pond has catfish (catch & release) for kids. Quiet at night.
This review is only for the Monument RV section at Camanche South Shore. Destination campground, level asphalt sites, roomy and wide, a few with shade. Campground was clean, with recycle bins. Sites had full-hookups, fire pits, and picnic tables. $45 per night, no discounts, you can avoid the additional $9 reservation fee this time of year as no one is here. Bring your own fire wood as it was $8 a bundle, marina store has a very limited supply of groceries. Best to fill your gas tank before you get here also, as premium gas was $6 per gallon. RV needs to be fully contained as there are no showers or restrooms in the Monument RV section. Showers and restrooms near the beach area were clean but old. No WiFi internet in the campground, nearest WiFi is at the Starbucks in Valley Springs. We were able to get ten channels on our antenna TV. They charge a $4 per person, per day, fishing fee, purchase these as you enter at the Main Gate.
Good destination RV park for kids. Sites were dirt/gravel, need some leveling, picnic table. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked good. Constant highway noise, and the park is very tight to drive around. Great playground, miniature golf, swimming pool (seasonal), well stocked store. About 3-miles from Red Hawk Casino. Quite a few permanents, but entire park was clean and well managed.
Rate shown is a standard back-in site with Good Sam discount. Fantastic campground for families and kids. Rustic setting with lots of shade trees, the creek runs right through the campground, quiet at night. Sites are semi-level dirt, with picnic tables and fire pits. Bring your own firewood as it is expensive in the store. Full hookups with cable TV. The Wi-Fi is free but only accessible near the office. Restroom and showers were old, but cleaned daily, and since there are only two restrooms they have porta-toilets at various locations. There are separate areas for tents, yurts, cabins, and a motel. Small store on site, Post Office, and a deli serving sandwiches. New basketball and volleyball courts. The Hat Creek is stocked with Brook and Rainbow trout frequently during the summer months. Some good day-trips to see when you're not fishing, Crystal Lake fish hatchery; Mt. Lassen NP visitor center and one-mile loop trail; and McArthur-Burney State Park.
The State of CA has raised rates, this is the most we have ever paid for a campground. The price shown is with a Senior discount ($2), through Reserve America ($8 fee), in the full hook-up’s section ($55) of the Park. There is a separate section for dry-camping. We stayed here only one-night as it was our first time Grandson camping and we had to stay close to his home. The Park brochure says 31’ maximum trailer length; however, they have added new sites that are 40’ in length. Semi-level, asphalt sites, only a few with shade, picnic table and fire ring, and a couple of pull-through sites. Quite a bit of poison oak in the campground, ask the camp host to point it out if you can’t identity it yourself. Folsom Lake has a beach and shaded picnic area, lots of paved bike trails. Restrooms and showers were clean, tile, and individual locking rooms, but have a 50-cent fee for 4 minutes. Quiet at night, with camp host as security, host also sells firewood. No Wi-Fi internet, site box had a cable hook-up socket, but we never tried it so don't know if it's available.
Rate shown is for full-hook ups (no TV), they offer no discounts. As you are driving in on Twin Lakes Road, the RV Park and laundry/shower building come first, do not turn in, continue another 1/4 mile to the Twin Lakes Resort store/office to check-in. They assign you a site and you drive back to the RV Park area. All sites are back-in, semi-level dirt, with no shade. You get a picnic table and fire-ring, they sell wood at the store. Additional fee for showers ($2 in only quarters for 5 min's) and Wi-Fi is $6 per day via Tengointernet. Showers were old and not clean. This is more of an adult setting, quiet with just RV's, and the lake is 1/4 mile away, compared to Annette's Mono Village which is more kid friendly, lake front, noisy, crowded, so you decide. The deer stroll through the campground and come right up to you looking for hand-outs. Well stocked store with fishing supplies and boat rental. Boat rental rates are less expensive on Upper Lake versus Lower Lake, don't know why, as both lakes are stocked with fish.
Rate shown is with the Good Sam discount. Stay in sites 604 through 612 as they are the quietest, we didn't hear the Highway at night. Level, gravel sites, with picnic table, and hookups at the rear. They have a community fire pit that they light on Friday/Saturday. Good little store and a restaurant (6:30am to 2pm) on site. Restroom/shower were individual looking rooms, very clean. Has a swimming pool, but we didn't use it. WiFi and cable TV worked fine.
Prior review is very accurate. We paid a Good Sam rate, for a river site. Showers are 25 cents for 8 minutes. Office staff was polite and informative. Was quiet at night. WiFi and cable TV worked great.
Go directly to the RV section and pick a spot, then go to the Motel Office to check-in. Asphalt parking lot next to Casino. Level sites, only 5 with shade, pull-through and full hook ups. Good Sam rate, free Wi-Fi worked OK but try and get a site that has direct line-of-sight with Motel Office antenna. 70-channel TV, clean restrooms, swimming pool. Quiet at night, has security.
This is the only RV Park in Twain Harte. Dirt/gravel sites that need some leveling. All back-in with full hook ups. Older park with lots of trees. Only 15 sites in the front, all the rest are permanent trailers and motorhomes. Very nice swimming pool and a small playground for kids. Cable TV at each site, and Wi-Fi only at the Office. Quiet at night. Rate shown is with Good Sam, they charge you the full amount up front, and we would recommend reservations since they only have a few sites available. Staff was very polite and helpful.
Price is for a full, pull-through with Good Sam Discount. Reservations are a must as there are only a few spaces open; the rest are occupied by permanent RVs. Reserve on-line or phone. Asphalt roads and level sites; ours was 50' long with shade trees. Permanent sites were clean, and we had no problems during our stay. Nice swimming pool, Wi-fi worked great, no cable TV. Showers were tile and clean. Very nice grassy tent area. Playground for the kids with BB court. Distant freeway noise at night.
Great campground, near Mesa Verde NP. Sites are level gravel, most with shade trees. Price is a pull-thru with full hook-ups and Good Sam discount. They also offer pull-thrus with just E & W and tent sites. Owners were friendly and very helpful with local information. Wi-Fi, TV over antenna worked well plus nice swimming pool. Restrooms and showers were build in 2009, and they are immaculate. Quiet at night. We enjoyed our stay.
We chose this RV Park as it was centrally located between Canon City and Manitou Springs, so we could drive to each and see the sights. Price is for a deluxe site with Good Sam discount. Level, gravel/dirt sites, with picnic table and fire ring. No TV, no cell phone reception, Wi-Fi was intermittent and weak. Very quiet at night, we saw foxes in the campground and heard coyotes nearby. Not much of a campground store, so bring lots of supplies. Staff was helpful and friendly.
Price reflects full hook-ups with cable TV and Good Sam Discount. Level gravel sites, a bit dusty when the wind blows. Distant highway noise, but not bad. WiFi and cable TV worked good. We didn't checkout the restrooms. Has three nice fenced dog areas. Miniature golf is right next door.
We had a pull-through deluxe, which was long enough for us not to have to disconnect our 5th-wheel, as we were only staying over-night. Good Sam rate. Concrete pads with a small grass section, we needed to level the RV as the site is arched. Great restrooms/showers , as they are individual locking, clean and new. Freeway noise is the biggest drawback, but other than that park is great. Cable TV and Wifi worked good. Not many choices in the SLC area.
Not an easy entrance to see, look for the brick wall about 1/4 mile down Pacific Heights Road. Sites are level, gravel and grass, some with shade. I only saw 30amp, so call ahead if you need 50amp. A distant Highway-70 noise at night but not bad. They have cable TV, but no internet. Trailer Life shows a Wi-fi hot-spot, but office said none available. Nine-hole golf course on park grounds, and nice swimming pool. Restrooms and showers were clean.
We stayed here 3-days because it's located right on the Feather River with a boat launch. The $36 rate is with the discount, they take Good Sam or AARP. Has asphalt roads, and level gravel and grass sites. A few of the sites have concrete pads for your RV. Shade trees, fire pits, and the campground area was well manicured and clean. If you make a reservation they charge you the full amount up front, with 'no' refunds, not a friendly way to do business. No cable TV and no WiFi, they do have a dial-up internet available in the office. A faint highway noise at night. The worst part was the restrooms and showers, filthy! They weren't cleaned the three days we were here, and they need some repair and new paint.
Just like the prior reviews say: great RV Park. A few things to add: tokens are required for the showers (25 cents for 5 mins), purchase at the Office or from the Campground Host. There is a gas station and store right outside the Park entrance which is easier than driving to town. Nice (Rowdy Creek) Fish Hatchery to visit in the town of Smith River, open year-round. Jedediah Smith State Park has river access for an $8 Day-use fee, and to camp there now has increased to $35 a day, a bit pricey.
Destination campground is located 4 miles 'west' of I-5 on Highway 96 (Exit 786) and is on the Klamath River. There is River access for fishing, and kayak & small boat launch. Twenty-one asphalt sites, most level, pit toilets, water faucet. Sites can be reserved between mid May and mid October for a $9 additional fee (go to the website for info) or contact the Ranger at 530-493-2243. Quiet and secluded, Campground Host during summer.
Nice RV Par: sites are level, gravel, pull-throughs, with Free WiFi and cable TV. Restrooms were clean, showers were 25-cents for 6-minutes. Good Sam rate. Office hours are 8am to 10am, then 3pm to 7pm. If you have reservations they leave a site number and info taped to the office door. Has friendly staff. Most RV's here are permanent, but no problems for our over-night stay.
We stopped for an over-nighter. Twenty of the sites are level concrete, with the other sites gravel. 50-channel cable TV worked fine. Wi-Fi was $4 per day with excellent speed. Restrooms and showers were clean. Park has a nice pool and hot tub. Some Highway-58 noise at night. Security gate at night: get code from office if you're going out for the evening. This entire RV Park was one of the cleanest we've ever stayed in.
$42 for full hook-ups and $33 for electric & water only. The only discount they offer is $1 if you pay cash instead of credit card. They have ten pull-through sites for over-night stops, that are concrete and level. Wifi is free and available only in the lobby; however, we were able to receive it in our RV as our site was right next to the lobby. 70-channel TV worked great. 1/2 mile from the Freeway, we could still hear the noise but it wasn't to bad. Military Base nearby which had aircraft flying over until around 9pm, now that was noisy. The showers and restrooms were old but clean. There is a 9-hole golf course on site, pool and hot tub.
Of the 223 sites, 75 sites are short-term (no phone), with some on asphalt and most on gravel. Our site needed some leveling. A picnic table, but no shade or grass. 70-channel TV worked great, but the Wi-Fi through Tengo was $5 per day with spotty reception. One-mile off I-10 made it quiet at night. Restrooms and showers were clean. Stayed two-nights to visit Kartchner Caverns and Tombstone.
Stayed here over-night for the KOA card rate. Level, gravel sites. 1/2 mile off the freeway sure made it nice and quiet at night. Showers and restrooms were old but clean, all worked well in the laundry room. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV. Friendly office staff, restaurant on-site for dinner and breakfast. Miniature golf and pool for the kids.
They list their address as being on Highway-87, but the actual GPS address is 1001 Hearns Street. They offer discounts for AAA, AARP, and Goodsam. It has dirt sites that were level. Wifi is $5 extra, pay in the Office to get your password, it worked great. 60-channel TV was good. The indoor hot tub and swimming pool were clean. The restrooms could use some paint, but were also clean. The noise from Hwy-87 was constant during the day, but quieted down at night.
Good Sam rate. Dirt and fine gravel sites that were level and long. Fine for an over-nighter, but there is Freeway noise. 14-channel cable TV. Wi-Fi worked best in the morning, and got slower towards evening. Showers and rest rooms were clean. Tried to stay at the RV Park in Canutillo, but they were full. Friendly Staff.
Good location off the main drag, so it's quiet at night. About 2-miles from London Bridge. Concrete sites that need leveling blocks, no shade trees. Restrooms and showers were clean. 72-channel cable TV. Wi-fi was $2.50 for the day, prepay in office; it worked fantastic. Swimming pool and hot tub were nice. We got the last available site for our one-night stay, as there are snow-birds here from Dec. through Feb., so make reservations. There are many RV Parks in Lake Havasu City to choose from. This one fit our needs perfectly.
A nice new RV park. Prices range from $32 to $39 depending on back-in or pull-through and site length. Over-nighters, which we were, get the sites closest to the Freeway, so there was road noise. Sites are level, gravel, with a concrete pad for your chairs. Showers and restrooms were clean. 70-channel Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked good. Swimming pool and hot tub. Locked gate access to the Kern River for a nice walk, get combo code from office.
Secluded RV park, with asphalt roads and dirt sites, that were not very level. Very quiet at night. Wi-Fi available for $5 per day or $15 per week. Twelve channel cable TV worked fine. Restrooms and showers on upper-level were old and rusty, but those on lower-level were in good shape, probably because they were not used as much. Sand dunes were beautiful, but the beach is a long way away, find a shorter route. Enjoyed our stay.
Not many choices in the area, we stayed here over-night on our way South, $25 was about the right price. Sites were level gravel/dirt with shade trees. Wi-Fi worked good, no cable TV. Highway noise (Hy152) was steady. Older campground, could use some fixing up.
We were passing through so only stayed the one night. Office hours were only 9 am to Noon, these will probably increase as the busy season (winter) approaches. Self check in was cash only in an envelope (Good Sam) then go pick your site. Wide long pull-throughs, level gravel, cable TV, full hook ups. Make sure you get the Wi-Fi and Restroom codes on your campground map. About 1/4 mile from freeway, a little noise with the vents open. Restrooms were old, but very clean. No shade and dusty from the wind. OK for our over night stop.
The only discount this RV Park took was AAA, which gave us 10% off. You can go to Disneyland via three choices: taxi ($9 + tip), shuttle ($8 each), or drive yourself (parking: $12 auto or $17 RV). The restrooms were clean, and there is no key deposit from 8AM to 9PM, other hours require a $5 key deposit. All are back-in sites: level, with full hookups and no shade. The cable TV and Wi-Fi worked great. Freeway noise is from I-5, we pretended it was the ocean.
This is a great rustic campground with lots of trees, not a paved parking lot. The roads are asphalt, and the RV sites are gravel/dirt and need a bit of leveling. The park was quiet at night. The restrooms and showers were clean. The free Wifi worked fine. We were in a non-cable TV site, and could only receive one-English and two-Spanish digital antenna channels. They offer a ($) breakfast in the middle of the RV park, Thursday through Monday. There is a well stocked store and clean laundry room.
Great destination RV Park. Located in the center of town, but very quiet at night. Gravel roads, with level concrete pads on each site, most have good shade trees. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well. Swimming pool, showers and bath rooms were clean. Odd entrance, in that it is also the exit, sort of a one-in one-out and take turns. If you can't see their street sign look for the Texaco Gas Station as they are right behind it.
This park has a lot to offer: hot tub, pool, playground, rec-room, and store. Level pull-through sites on asphalt, with picnic table and grass. Wi-Fi worked great, has cable TV and friendly staff. Restrooms were clean, with three individual locking stalls. We went to Temple Square, Clark Planetarium, and the huge copper mine. Only complaint, which is out of their control, is the noise: several trains, few airplanes, and distant freeway vehicles. We will stay here again when we come through.
Good park for an over-nighter: level, gravel, with pull-through sites. They have added Wi-Fi since we were here last, a bit slow but better than none. Restrooms were clean but old, need some fixing up. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Park has cable TV and a swimming pool. There was some freeway noise at night.
The office is only open Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm. There is a campground host located at the far end by the restrooms. They do not take reservations (except for groups); it's first come first serve, but the host said that they never fill up. The front gate is always open with a pay envelope slot for cash or check. It was $25 for full hookups, $5 for only the dump station. Tent sites were $20. Pull through and back in sites were semi-level, on grass and dirt, some with shade trees. The restrooms were very old and require a entry code that you obtain at the office or from the host. Since this is a County Fairground you will get flies from the various animals. There is no security, and anyone can come in through the open gate. We did not have any problems but we thought it best to park next to three other RV's that were there. Very quiet at night. I couldn't find another RV Park in Sonora so this is it. We stayed one night as we were visiting friends in town.
Merrill Campground is the only one with full hook ups (W & E & S) on the south shore. We received a $10 rate discount, per day, with our National Park Senior Card. Sites are asphalt, some level some not. Picnic table, fire ring are included. The pull-through sites have hook ups for two RV's. No TV reception, but the Campground Host had free WiFi at his site, and firewood for $5 a bundle. Showers are at the Marina, tokens give you six-minutes for $2. Best to gas up in Susanville, as it's a bit expensive at the Lake. Fishing is the thing to do here, but there is an Osprey nest viewing area, with binoculars, near the Ronald McDonald House. You have to hike up the hill a short distance, but there was a baby Osprey in the nest when we were here. Family camping, with a five mile bike trail from Cristie Campground to the Marina. We stayed four nights and had a great time!
Great family campground destination. The campground was full the two days we stayed there, so making reservations is best. We were in the full hook ups in Loop-I. Some sites are level and some are not, just luck of the draw unless you've been here before. Lots of trees, but we still received five antenna TV channels. Wifi Cafe across the street from the Park entrance is operated by KOA at $5 per 30 minutes, ugh. Better to go into Astoria, there are three coffee shops on Commercial Street that have free Wifi. Looking for a seafood lunch or dinner, try the Ship Inn Restaurant on 2nd Street in Astoria, it was great. Family campground, so kids on bikes everywhere. Restrooms and showers were clean.
Long level sites, grass or dirt depending on what site you get. No rain when we were there, or it would have been muddy. Hook ups are at the very end of the sites, so was a bit of a stretch to hook up our sewer connection. Wi-Fi worked great and 23 Cable TV channels. Swimming pool was 85 degrees. Restrooms and showers were clean. Friendly staff. Playground for the kids.
The prior reviews, even though old, are still correct. The location is great, out on a point over-looking the San Juan Islands, and very close to the Washington Ferry departure terminal, but: Very tight entrance and narrow campground roads, sites are small and not level. Campground has water and electric, but no sewer or dump station. So many trees you can barely see the sun. This place needs some major fixing up. Better off staying at Pioneer Trails or the Indian Casino RV park. We chose not to stay here and moved on. "We did not stay in this park".
This is a great destination RV park. They have recently expanded the park, with a total of 163 RV sites (96 with W & E & S) (43 with W & E) (24 tents & 10 group). Paved roads and level paved sites. Plenty of shade and privacy in the older section, a bit more open in the new section. Clean restrooms and showers (50 cents for 3 minutes). No TV or WiFi, you can drive into Morton for WiFi at the Coffee Shop. Fire pits and picnic tables at each site. Thirty-five mile drive to Mt. Rainer N.P.
We stayed here as it is the closest to the Wild Life Safari (1 1/2 miles). Good for an over-nighter. Older campground, but with modern amenities. 27 sites are permanents, with 10 sites for travelers. Gravel pull-throughs, level, with shade from well developed trees. Free Wi-Fi worked fine, lots of cable channels. Three clean restrooms, were individual locking rooms with toilet, shower, sink and chair. Poor signage makes it hard to see from highway, go 1/2 mile past the green bridge, left side turn lane.
Nice stop over for the night. Level, gravel, pull-through sites. Huge trees, so plenty of shade. Wi-Fi was free, lots of cable channels. Restrooms were rated a '10' by Trailer Life Directory(?), they were clean but more inline with an '8' rating. Showers were 25 cents for 6-minutes. Friendly owners. Quiet at night with the windows closed.
Best KOA we have ever stayed at! All the amenities, plus pool and hot tub, kids playground, gift shop, etc. Drawbacks: trees have not grown enough over the past 4-years to provide shade, and no fire rings. We checked their Casino website for RV specials and found the $27 rate (Sunday through Thursday). Quiet at night. The Oroville Dam is worth a visit if you get tired of losing money at the Casino.
Nice campground, level gravel sites, manicured tall trees, grass and tables. They are down a driveway, behind a Subway Sandwich Shop. Free Wifi worked great, 6-channel cable TV. Restrooms and showers were clean. Owners were friendly and helpful. Groceries, gas, and food are all within a block away. Some freeway noise at night, but not too bad.
This is a California State Park, right across the street from Woodson Bridge RV Park (privately owned). Level paved sites, with no hookups. This is a great campground for tents. Flush toilets. They do have showers (50 cents for 5-minutes). Quiet at night. Fishing access for the Sacramento River is not easy, as the banks are steep. Park is located about 6 miles east of Corning.
Sort of hard to locate, we were happy we had our GPS working. A huge gravel parking lot, sites are level, different rates for 30-amp or 50-amp, no shade. All pull-through sites with full hook-ups. Wifi was free and worked great, only 3-channels on the antenna TV. The restrooms and showers are old, but clean. They require you to show your vehicle insurance card, maybe because it is on County property. The contact person is the Campground Host, not the County Fairgrounds. There is good security on site. It is quiet at night.
Very nice campground; secluded sites, gravel and level. They only take cash and checks, no credit cards. 57-channel cable TV; free Wi-Fi was excellent; clean showers and restrooms. The showers require quarters, fifty-cents for five-minutes. Fire rings at each site; they sell wood in the store. Normal rate is $40 with a $4 discount for Good Sam. Quiet and dark at night, easy sleeping. We stayed here four nights.
Stayed here three nights to see NASCAR (25 miles) and Disneyland (22 miles). We were in the "B" section which had a fantastic view. Very few sites are level, all paved, full hook-ups. Restrooms and showers are old and needed cleaning. 24-hour security, small store and laundry room. Wi-Fi is free but you can only get it when you are at the Office, disappointing. Cable TV gets 20 channels. A bit pricey but it seems to be the nicest RV park around.
OK for an over-nighter. Level, gravel, pull-through sites. Antenna TV, no Wi-Fi. Freeway noise was not to bad, but about three trains blowing the whistles during the night was annoying. Nice City park next door with playground for kids.
We stayed here 5 nights, great destination State Park. Thirty of the sites have electric and water hookups, these are reserved early so plan ahead. Dump station, clean showers & restrooms, fire rings, TV antenna picked up four channels. The Wi-Fi is offered through AT&T and is very expensive, best to drive into Morro Bay and go to The Top Dog Cafe on Main St, free Wi-Fi if you buy something. The History Museum is right next to the campground, use the free entry pass they give you at check-in to save $2 per person. The Monarch Butterflies were in Pismo Beach at the 'North Beach State Park' (Nov through March), plenty of signs to tell you where to go. Some other great things to see and do: SLO (every) Thursday night market on Hiqueria St; the SLO Mission & Museum; Elfin Forest; Morro Rock; Nit-Wit Ridge house in Cambria.
They now have free Wi-Fi, get the password at the office. Level pull-through sites, big trees for shade, restrooms were clean. Traffic noise from Hwy 152 is constant. TV antenna picked up six channels. Good over-night stop for us.
Asphalt, level, pull-thru or back-in sites, green plant area between sites but no picnic table. Wifi worked great, cable TV with 26 channels. Only one (free) shower in the campground located in the registration building. There are five (pay) showers at the Marina building right next door, you need to ask the office for a key-card to gain access to these and they cost 75 cents for 5-minutes. Marina store is close if you need supplies. Oregon Aquarium and Hatfield Marine Center are within walking distance. Two lighthouses are worth seeing; across the Bay at Anchor Harbor you can get close to sealions and do your shoping. We stayed for 3 nights and had a good time.
Cash only, no credit. 18 pull-thrus with 6 being paved, all other sites are gravel, not very level. Restrooms were clean, but only one shower for the whole campground. Free Wifi worked great, lots of cable channels. Seafood restaurant right across the street. Friendly owners. Quiet at night, better if you get a site back away from the road.
Good for an overnighter. All paved, level sites with full hookups. They need to water the grass and newly planted trees once in a while as they were brown and dying. No showers or restrooms in the RV section yet (maybe 2009?). There are outside public restrooms at the Gift Shop. Free Wifi, no cable. Nothing here for kids to do. Very quiet at night, we were glad there were two other RVers staying nearby.
Nice campground, plenty of shade, lots of grass, semi-level sites. Ten pull-throughs, and eight of the back-ins have full hookups (E, W, S, TV), the rest of the back-ins are just water and electric. There is a dump station for those sites. The showers were clean, but they operate on tokens only, they give two tokens per person per day (one token is 5 minutes). WiFi is available but it was $25 per week or $10 per day. Very quiet at night. Picnic table and BBQ stand, no open fires were allowed. Gas station next door, but higher prices up here: filler up before you come. We will come here again.
RV park entrance is located behind the Shell gasoline station; do not enter at the Inn/Casino. The Inn/Casino is about 100 yards away (shuttle available 4pm to min-night). If no one is in the RV park check-in shack, use the courtesy phone,and they will assign you a site; then walk to the Inn to complete the registration. All paved sites with a little grass patch and table. Wi-Fi is now free, and reception was good. Cable TV, clean showers, swimming pool at Inn. Very strict pet rules enforced. Not really a family RV park, as it has a limited area for activities; besides they want you in the Casino. We enjoyed our stay and will return.
Close to Glacier NP. Sites were level, gravel, pull-thru and back-in, with grass and tables. Wifi worked great, but only antenna tv which received 2-channels. Showers were clean, staff was very friendly and informative. You will get some distant train noise, noticed it mostly at night of course. We stayed 5-nights and would stay here again.
Off I-90 about 2 miles, so very quiet at night. Sites were level, gravel & dirt, pull-thru or back-in, with Wi-Fi included. Very few trees so not much shade. They also have cabins and Teepee's for rent. No TV service. Showers were tile, clean, and roomy. They do sell gasoline here if you need to fill up. We stayed just the one night on our way to Glacier NP.
This is a nice RV park with level gravel sites, all pull-thru, some shade. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are included. Restrooms and pool were clean Staff was very friendly and informative. We stayed here back in 2005 and can see great improvements since then. Best one in Winnemucca is our opinion.
Prior reviews are correct, good campground. Their 'senior discount' is better than Good Sam. WiFi and cable TV worked great. All back-in sites, #50 through #61 are the most level with gravel, roomy and some with shade. Rest rooms and showers were clean, but only one shower (each) for entire campground. Very quiet at night, office open until 6pm in summer.
This is a Lassen National Forest campground located at the southern shore of Eagle lake. Sites are level, shaded and paved, with the best ones having 15 amp, water & sewer. Flush toilets, but showers are located at Marina (3 miles away) where you buy tokens. Fire pits, family campground. Susanville is 15 miles away, so it's mainly fishing and relaxing here. There is a 5 mile paved bike trail. We enjoyed out stay with a group of 4 rvers.
We camped in the Harris Creek campground, asphalt road needs some work and sites need some leveling. Restrooms were clean but old; good hot showers. Our site had 30amp electric and water. There is a dump station near by. Very peaceful and quiet at night. Sites had picnic table and fire ring. No TV antenna reception, bring a book. We stayed for four nights and had a good time.
Quiet RV park about a 1/4 mile off I-5. Free Wi-Fi (get code from office) and cable TV. Restrooms and showers were clean. Level asphalt/concrete sites. No shade, but not hot this time of the year. Friendly staff; punch code for restrooms, but you need a key for pool area. Quite a few long-term RVers here, but all areas were clean and well kept. We just stayed over night, as we were passing through.
About a 1/4 mile off I-5 which made it quiet at night. Friendly staff, free Wifi, cable TV. Restrooms were very clean, private showers. 83 pull-thru sites, gravel with concrete patio, chairs & table. Pet friendly, a wash area for your RV. We stayed one night passing through, great RV park.
This RV parking area is only open for the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta during the first three weeks of October. They offer three different areas of camping = Dry, or 20-amp & W, or 30-amp & W close to balloon launch sight. We camped in the 20-amp & W area. Rally style parking = 500 RVs side by side in different sections of the park. The have portable toilets and no showers. The park offers a septic service ($) that will drive to your RV to empty your tanks. Sites were semi-level with gravel or dirt. We were within walking distance of the Balloon launch sight, they also have free shuttle buses to and from. Electric power is provided by 24 hour large generators, if you're next to one they are noisy. If you are arriving with a group, you all must enter at the same time to be parked together. The greatest thing this RV park offers is being close (walk to) the launch sight, otherwise the driving and parking to get there is terrible. Make your reservation very early (refundable) as this sells out 9 months in advance. WiFi is available at local coffee shops within 2 miles of RV park. The Balloon Event was fantastic, 350 balloon launch on weekends, fireworks, morning and night glow balloons. We would stay here again.
Stayed overnight on our way back to California, as it was the right driving distance from Las Vegas, 330 miles. 60' length level concrete sites, free wifi, cable tv, no shade. Some Highway-95 noise at night. Small store, friendly staff. Bathrooms and showers were new and clean, with individual rooms and locking doors.
Full hookups, pull thru, level asphalt sites, no shade. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. They require a $10 key deposit for the bathrooms, and refund on departure. Wifi was included with price, worked great. Antenna tv got 5 channels. Nice swimming pool. We just stayed overnight, semi-quiet, but there's lots of folks coming and going due to the large number of sites. Security gate and patrol. We'd stay here again.
Stayed overnight at the RV park and visited the Crater in the morning. Gravel, pull throughs, need some leveling, some shade. Gas station, store, and Subway Sandwich shop on site. Wifi was $4 for 24 hours. Antenna tv got 6 channels. Fantastic bathrooms and showers, individual rooms, all tile and clean. Friendly staff. RV park is gated and they close at 8pm, better be here before that or no entry.
Just stayed the one night in Holbrook, on our way to the Albuquerque Balloon Fest. Glad we made reservations here a day ahead of time, as they were booked full. Level, gravel sites, wifi, cable tv, restrooms & showers were a bit old but clean. They take credit cards now, staff was friendly. Could hear some trains in the distance but not very loud.
Best RV park for the area. Tight sites with everyone close together; separate area for tent camping. New gravel in RV sites, semi-level, with hookups at rear of site. Free Wifi, cable TV included in higher price. Plenty of shade from trees, which helped during the 90+ degree temperatures. Restrooms were old but clean. Friendly owners.
Very quiet and peaceful RV park. Full hookups, cable tv, dial-up modem in laundry room (no wifi), fire rings. Easy walk into Patrick's Point State Park which is across the street. Friendly staff, older but clean restrooms, rough entry driveway into RV park, which slows everyone down to a crawl. Cash or check as they don't accept credit cards.
All concrete, level sites, back-in and pull-through, free WiFi, cable TV, grass and picnic table. Very clean showers and restrooms, individual locking rooms with heaters and tile. Great buffet at the casino. Quiet at night. Small store with RV supplies, gift shop, propane, friendly hosts. Excellent RV park, if you enjoy the amenities.
Excellent State Campground; full hookups (only) at the Bidwell Canyon Area; paved, back-in sites, most level with shade, WIFI is available at the Recreation Building for $8 per day via AT&T. Marina with store and bait shop, boat launch. Showers were tiled with individual locking rooms, fifty-cents for 5 minutes, very clean. Stayed here four nights, very quiet.
Quiet RV park about 2 miles off I-40. Level, gravel sites, some shade, cable tv, Wifi worked great. Friendly staff led me to my site. Gravel sites were raked after each RV left which was a nice touch. Restrooms and showers were clean. We stayed here overnight as we passed through.
One person in your party must be 55+ years old to stay at this RV park. Park is primarily permanents and snowbirds. They do have sites for overnighters. We stayed here a week for the Spring Training Baseball. All sites are back-in, semi-level, full hookups. They have discontinued the cable TV, but antenna received the primary stations. Wifi was $15 for the week. Excellent amenities in the park, very quiet at night here. Showers were clean, great pool for swimming.
Dirt sites with some grass and some shade. 30 amp electric, sites were level. Restrooms and showers were clean but in need of repair. No cable, internet data port was broken, no WIFI, some highway noise, no trains. Teenage kid running the office, swimming pool, propane, and a few food supplies. Don't know why no longer KOA, but the place needs some improvements.
This is a Snowbird/Permanent RV park with a 9 hole golf course. They have 10 premium pull-through sites for over-nighters that are located next to the office. WiFi is free in the lobby; cable TV; paved and level sites with full hookups. Restrooms were tiled and clean. All of the amenities you can imagine are here. Just off of I-8 at exit #115, a faint freeway noise. We stayed one night, would stay here again.
Riverside County RV Park, TL Directory said gravel sites but all were dirt and the dust was terrible when the wind blew in the afternoon. Sites were level, some with shade, 40' max length, water/electric at some sites, dump station, fishing for $6 with CA license, bathrooms and showers (50 cents for 3 mins) were old and dirty. They lock the gate from 10pm to 6am with no enter or exit allowed, what happens if emergency? Very disappointed with this campground.
Great family campground. A different selection of hookups offered at each site, so be sure and check what you are signing up for. We had E/W and cable tv, but no sewer or internet. Dump station included in price. Showers cost fifty-cents for 3 minutes, so bring quarters. Water Park was closed Oct to May, but they had bike rental on weekends. Pit fireplaces, most are dirt sites, most have shade. Lake is known for its great fishing, kayak & boat rental are pricey. Store, restaurant, bait shop all in campground area.
Nice level sites; about half the park has asphalt sites and half are dirt/gravel. Sites are double-wide so you share your site with another RV (facing opposite directions). Free Wifi and Cable TV. One shower is a drawback. Quiet at night.
If you can overlook the dead grass this is a functional and accommodating RV park. Great location for seeing the sites between Medford and Ashland. Level pull-through sites, Wi-Fi, cable TV, swimming pool, clean restrooms. Easy on/off from I-5 but quiet as it's sheltered behind a shopping area. Friendly staff, propane, small store items.
Nice level gravel sites, free wi-fi, limited cable tv. Showers and restrooms were recently refurbished and clean. Office closes at 5pm, after that you find your own site. Stayed 3 days and given a site up front, with permanents located at rear of park, no problems.
Campground area is too tight for bigger RVs, but they have a large paved parking lot with lake front sites that work fine. Campground is great for tents, vans, and cab-over camping trucks. Pit toilets, no showers, access to water fausets, primarily dry camping. Lake offers fishing, swimming, and boating. Beautiful setting at 5,000' elevation, opens after Memorial Day. Campground Host on site to assist.
Destination RV park, shaded sites, some a bit tight to get into, fire pits, cable tv. Clean restrooms and showers. Right on Clearlake with fishing dock, swimming beach and pool, boat launch, and boat mooring. Large club house, telephone modem, and pool table. Friendly staff. Four miles from Konocti Harbor Resort entertainment; two miles from casino. Stayed four nights and had a great time.
Train noise was constant and loud. This RV park is for those that want to be near the activities the Colorado River offers, not a good one for just an overnighter. Level gravel sites, full pull throughs, antenna TV gets 6 channels, WiFi is $2.50 per day. Lots of campers in tents, which resulted in restrooms/showers not being very clean, due to over use.
An oasis in the desert (I-40 exit 233)! Great find for an over-nighter and to visit the Meteor Crater Visitor Center. Level, gravel, spacious pull-through sites with full hookups. Faint I-40 vehicle noise, otherwise it was quiet. Restroom/Showers are four individual locking rooms, very clean! Free Wi-Fi, antenna TV gets 6 channels. Gas station, Subway Restaurant, minimart. The Crater is about 5 miles down the road, ask for the $1 discount when you register at the park. Will stay here again when passing through.
All sites are paved and level. Cable tv, high-speed DSL internet in office, pool & hot tub, large playground. RV sites have either grass or gravel areas between them, for picnic tables. They have 25 extra parking spaces available for toads or 5th wheel trucks if you only can get a short site, but they do have a few 60' pads. Rules are strict, but it was a pleasure to have no speeders, spotless campgrounds, and clean restrooms. The Santa Ana Star Casino is just 2 blocks away with a great buffet! Grocery store and Drug store across the street. We enjoyed our two-day stay.
Two-miles off I -40 so it was quiet. Level gravel sites, with picnic tables on grass. Excellent restrooms and showers. Free Wifi and cable tv. Pool was closed for winter; game room, playground, basketball court, nice gift shop. Staff was friendly.
This is a "Destination" campground, located about 15 miles north of Mineral Wells. They primarily cater to family and groups. Plenty of sites, some shady some not, cabins for rent, mini-store & supplies available. Wifi is free, antenna TV can only get a snowy two channels. Very clean showers and restrooms! Baseball field, 9 hole golf for $10, pool, rec-hall. Dogs ok, but if you don't keep them quiet you get a RV on the edge of the park. Wally-World is about 15 miles away.
It's located on 24th street, but not easy to find. Paved roads, level gravel sites, with concrete patios and tables, some shade. They honor Good-Sam and AAA. Free Wifi and cable TV. Nice pool, the restrooms and showers were clean. Small playground for the kids. Friendly staff. Only draw back was some train noise.
We stayed here because it was the closest to friends we were visiting. They only had 8 sites available, almost all sites are permanant folks. Train noise at night. Sites are close together. Restrooms were ok. They had a free computer in the library, Wifi was only for permanents, but the pastword to access it was listed next to free computer in library:>) Antenna TV, no cable. Didn't use the pool but looked clean. They only take cash or check.
Stayed overnight, quiet for being close to Hwy 58, very clean RV park and restrooms, paved roads and level gravel sites. 100 pull-throughs, full hookups, cable TV at site, phone jack at site for $1 (modem), they were in process of getting Wi-Fi. Nice pool and hot-tub. No shade if you're here in summer.
The two prior reviews from 2004 are still accurate listing all of the pluses. All sites are pull through with full hookups, good gravel sites and paved roads. However, we could hear the freeway noise and trains during the night. No cable TV, but good antenna reception, and no internet. Restrooms are showing their age: cobwebs, chipped paint, need some cleaning. Friendly staff, we stayed overnight.
Just as the prior reviews say this park is is still excellent. However the cost continues to climb. It cost us $38 for a pull/full, and wifi would have been another $5. We used the free modem in the office. So if you have the dough in the Redding area this is a great place to stay. As a side note the new pedestrian Sundial Bridge is about 2 miles away, ask the office for map and directions, it's worth the time to see (even lighted at night).
Not much else in Elko, so it was the best for an over-nighter. Level gravel sites, full hookups, cable TV, phone at site for $2, no shade. Showers were clean, $1 for 15 minutes. They separate the over-nighters from the long-stays, which is good. RV store in lobby, and a free buffet breakfast starting at 7am.
RV Park is owned by Ramada Inns, and is located behind the motel. Only 6 sites with 50-amp, all the rest have 30 amp service. All pull-thru sites, no shade. Nice indoor pool, cable TV, 15 sites have phone located at site. Restrooms and showers were clean. Highway 89 from Logan to Garden City was 38 miles of very steep and rough road with our 5th wheel.
Great location in Yellowstone for seeing/driving around the park. Only campground in Yellowstone with hookups, and they require hard-side Rv's, no tents. Showers were clean and cost $3 per. They will refund your money if you leave early. Staff is very friendly and helpful.
Stayed here 3 nights, disappointed that they gave away our pull-thru site after we made our reservation 6-months in advance. We arrived on our scheduled day at 2pm. Best to call and confirm before you arrive. They are very crowded, so their attitude is so-so. $47 per night for full hookups with cable. Restrooms and showers were clean. WiFi only in office lobby. Next trip to the Grand Tetons we will try a different RV park.
We stopped here for one night. Park is listed under Twin Falls, but is in Eden off I-84 at exit #182. We were disappointed that they advertised Wifi in the TL Directory, but only had modem hook up in office. The restroom only had one shower and it was old and dirty (maybe there was another restroom, but we didn't see it?). Nice grassy sites, cafe, gasoline, swimming pool.
Good for an overnighter. Gravel level sites, not much shade, nice outdoor pool, small store, game room, cable TV, modem in office (free), or WIFI ($6 day). Away from I-80 noise. Nice folks in the office.
This is primarily a family RV park, with lots of kids (all ages). Most sites have campfire pits and quiet time starts at 10:30pm. Great location, 1 mile from the Bryce Canyon entrance gate, and a shuttle bus stops at the campground. Horse rides, ATV rides, bicycle paths, swimming pool. No cable or phone at site, but they have free WIFI in the Ruby Lodge lobby (next door to the RV park, about 1/4 mile). Huge gift shop, lots of tour buses stay over-night at the lodge. Some RV sites were close together, some had lots of room. They had 8 Indian style TP's, tent areas, and small log cabins for rent. We enjoyed our stay here.
Easily located off Alt-Hwy-50; friendly staff; level wide paved spaces, telephone at site $1 or modem at laundry room; 8 separate lockable bathrooms each with toilet, sink, shower (very clean); propane; cable TV. Great one-night stop for us.
We chose this park for its convenient location to the Los Angles area attractions. Park has 187 spaces, but only 39 available due to larger number of long-term renters. We didn't see any pull-through sites. Sites were uneven and messy. Park is paved but roads and sites are very tight. Restroom was clean, but showers needed some work. Modem in office and cable TV. We stayed here in January, had planned on six days, but left after four.
For us it was a place to overnight while enroute on I-5. Park has 85 sites but only 35 available, with all 35 paved pull-through (42' max) with full hookups. Some freeway noise. No cable or internet. Friendly staff.
Newer RV park, with paved roads and level sites, picnic tables and grass areas at each site. Free wireless internet and cable TV. They had a clubhouse for group activities with a pool and hot tub. Park was very well maintained, with clean showers and restrooms. We stayed here five days.
We chose this RV park because it was the closest to the Ashland Shakespeare Festival. Older park, with paved but narrow roads. Sites were tight and close together. 50 sites but only 9 pull-thru and only 11 with sewer, but they do have a sewer dump. Staff was friendly, and it appears the new owners (2004) are making some improvements. Clean restrooms and showers. Cable TV and wireless internet included in fee. Very quiet park with stream running through in.