Park and site layout are irregular, as is utility placement, so be sure your rig will be able to fit and hook up. Gravel sites, some not level. This is mostly a destination camp for families with children. We used as base camp for some foodie adventures in the area, for that it was not ideal. Wi-Fi connectivity was mostly good, but with sporadic and annoying drop outs. We will probably not return.
A compact park, with smallish sites, but well kept up. Quite a few big rigs, plus a number of sport fishermen using it as a base. Rating would be higher except for noise level - site is right between busy railroad tracks and a highway heavily used by log trucks and other 18-wheelers. Wi-Fi was reliable with acceptable throughput except after a power glitch. We would stay here again.
New and very clean park. Lots of pavement and no shade, very hot. Right next to Hwy 12, much traffic noise including some semis using Jake brakes. Wi-Fi was dead when we arrived, stayed so until (apparently) the weekday manager reset it. Disappointed considering the cost, we will probably not return.
Well kept park, nice large and partially shaded sites. Park itself is quiet, but some noise from nearby railroad, highway, and road construction (the latter is temporary). Wi-Fi signal strength excellent, but throughput highly erratic, and stopped entirely frequently. We would stay here again.
Clean and well-kept park. Level paved site. Friendly and helpful manager. Front/back pull-through sites weren't a problem for us. Pretty quiet area, with access to paved walking trail. Wi-Fi signal good, but throughput erratic. We would stay here again.
We stopped for one night as a layover on the way from CA to ID. Well-kept park, level sites. A number of seasonal / permanent workers based here. Reasonably quiet, but they tend to drive fast through the camp, and leave early in morning. The construction company next door also starts up early. Quite a bit of dust from next door as well as in the park - a dust devil came through just as were setting up camp, left a lot of grit. Wi-Fi has good signal strength but erratic throughput, seems about par these days. We would stay here again.
Park is on the edge of town, and positioned far enough from the highway to reduce noise levels. There is a permanent/owned site section to the park that has concrete pads and separate service locations, but the transient sites are also long and level, though gravel. Tents and group camps are permitted here, and were being used to stage rafting trips, but are somewhat separate from the RV sites and noise level was not objectionable. WiFi is free, though passworded. Signal strength and actual bandwidth were very good. The only oddity was very short office hours - closed at 5PM. There is a site labelled as campground host, who we never saw. We would stay here again.
We used this park as an overnight camp location. The cost is rather high for an en route camp, but many use it as a destination camp for Cedar Breaks, etc. Clean park and staff actively maintaining it. Level gravel sites. Recently added free WiFi which worked well. Only complaint is some road noise, and a trash truck that did its work at 6AM. We would stay here again.
We stayed here overnight before tackling the Sierra. Nice level concreted pads. Some road noise as the park is positioned right where trucks accelerate/decelerate on the edge of town. WiFi is free, though has an awkward and probably unnecessary password system. Signal strength very good and bandwidth adequate. We would stay here again for an overnight.
Maybe because we were paying 'full freight' our expectations were higher. On the good side, the park is very clean, sites are reasonably sized, and the owners are friendly. On the down side, there were barking dogs and music audible across the park during a weekend day, with no apparent attempt to enforce the noise limits. Sites near the road will get noise from trucks headed to a nearby quarry. Sites were freshly graveled, but not very level. WiFi service was highly erratic and failed completely for one evening. This is not really a good site for visiting Colorado Springs, being so far south of town. We would not stay here again.
This park has two personalities. It is a large park, with a number of permanents and seasonals. The former have their own part of the park, and the seasonals are intermixed with transient sites. During the week the park was partly full, quiet, and - unusually for a RV park - the WiFi was not only reliable but provided good throughput even during the evening hours. On a weekend night, the second personality showed. The park filled up, including tent sites with multiple vehicles. Noise levels increased dramatically, including music and barking dogs. The WiFi service also collapsed under the extra load. We would stay here again, but only during a weekday.
A clean park, and the BBQ option was appreciated the day we pulled in. WiFi service is free but erratic. Some sites are side-by-side hookups, and they are narrow. Since the park was only partly full the managers were leaving every other space empty, which left some elbow room, but if it was more full (e.g., during rodeo week), you'd be living in your neighbor's lap. Some road noise at sites towards the front of the park. Also some barking dogs which no one was controlling. Some recycling is available. We would stay here again.
We were originally given a full services site, but the WiFi was unusable there, and we were being plagued with mosquitoes from a nearby drainage ditch. We asked to be moved to a drier water/electric only site. The manager obliged on this and gave a refund without being asked. However, the sites close enough to the office to get reliable WiFi access are also next to a children's play area which was noisy at times. We stayed here for one night as an en route camp, and would do so again.
We were a little worried about this place, as we were towing and knew about the fore/aft pull-through arrangement. Since we arrived early we had no problem getting the forward position, and didn't notice anyone else have issues in the four nights that we stayed. Staff was friendly and laundry was reasonably priced. Wi-Fi bandwidth was poor/sporadic except in late evening. Some noise (dogs, thumping music) from adjoining trailer park, which is under same management. We would stay here again if in the area.
Helpful and friendly campground staff. On site BBQ was nice when we pulled in late due to a flat tire en route. The campground is in the not-so-nice end of town, but it seemed fairly isolated and safe. There is some city noise, but more from the frequent comings and goings and the number of people present in such a large camp. Also, the Wi-Fi is seriously under-provisioned: A camp this size will consume as much Internet bandwidth as a good sized neighborhood. The WISP (Nomadix) chokes at any time other than early morning and late evening, so it's clearly not adequate.
We used this as an overnight stay en route from the Bay Area to SLC. The location is convenient, and the pull through sites were long enough that we didn't need to unhitch. As others have said, the facilities here are rather run down (playground in ruins, for instance). There are some permanent residents, but they seem orderly and quiet. There is some road noise (a cattle guard) and trains run nearby. The noise didn't bother us, but it might some. We would stay here again for an overnight.
Large park heavily used by families with children (and dogs). Some seasonals/permanents. Not for peace and quiet unless in off season. Hiway 49 runs right past the park. The staff was very helpful to us when our tow vehicle picked up a screw in a tire and needed some air and referral to place to get it repaired. WiFi is free for an hour per day, or paid for more hours. Signal strength was low where we were parked, but the bandwidth was good once we were on.
The crowd here is a mix between casino visitors and those using it for a base camp for other adventures. We fell in the latter category, spending our time geocaching and back-roading, but it is nice to have nearly all hours food and coffee available at the casino/hotel. A bit of noise on Friday night, but otherwise OK in spite of being in town. WiFi is free, but flakey: intermittent bandwidth and lots of random signal drops on both of our laptops. We will be back.
Mostly asphalt site, but well-lit and easy access. Those with kids might be disappointed, there's not a lot of room to roam or activities, and really the casino would rather you spend your time there. Worked fine for us as a base for geocaching and visiting a friend. WiFi is extra, but was very reliable and good bandwidth.
Neat and clean park, all sites are cement. Rather small sites, no picnic tables. Somewhat odd power hookup placement restricts where you can park - we had only 2' of play given power, water and sewer hookups. Staff was helpful and friendly, and we could see maintenance being done on the park. WiFi access is paid, but was reasonable ($22 for a week for two computers) and very solid. RV dealer across the street has propane and offers 10% discount to park guests. The 'park' mentioned as being across the street in previous reviews is now a construction site - for what is not clear. But they start work at 7:30 sharp.
Located next to a large city park which is easily accessible for walks, etc. Very clean and neat RV park, with concreted sites throughout. Some noise from I-5 and light planes at the nearby airport, but the park itself was very quiet in spite of being fairly full. WiFi service was erratic and unreliable, threw our computers off every few minutes throughout the stay. Office clerk when we arrived a few minutes before official closing was unhelpful, wouldn't check us in though did assign a site. Different clerk the following days was friendly and helpful.
This park is convenient for visiting either Ashland or Medford. Very easy off and on I-5. The park is located between an outlet mall and a small stream. The biggest issue is noise. Daily campers are located at the end of the park nearest the freeway, so get road noise. Also monthly and seasonals are located at the back of the park, and all of their traffic goes past the daily sites, including a very noisy motorcycle when we were camped. WiFi service was solid for us. Somewhat weak signal that worked fine if we sat outside to do our e-mail.
Quiet park, away from traffic, great stop over along I-5. Friendly staff, free breakfast available. WiFi free and very reliable. Cheap gas available less than a mile West on Lake, near large shopping complex. We will stay here again.