Date of Stay: March, 2016
This is probably one of the nicer KOA's. Roomy sites, gravel parking for RV and concrete patio with furniture. My only complaint was the Cantina was a major disappointment. It used to be good, but since KOA corporate and new management took over, it has gone WAY downhill. Very limited menu....breakfast used to be a full, cooked to order menu, but now had only two items on the menu. Plus food is served on plastic "throw away" plates with plastic utensils. We ate there one night for the spaghetti dinner special and didn't expect plastic dinnerware. My burger was terrible. It was probably pre-cooked, then microwaved too death before serving. Over-cooked and very dry. Then train whistles all night wake you up every couple of hours. It's a very good KOA, just don't eat the food.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
This is a very quiet and secluded campground. Bathroom/showers are private, each having a toilet, sink, and shower, just like home. The campground was extremely clean. Lots of dogs being walked by their owners through the park, but I didn't see one poopy anywhere. Everyone picks up after their dogs. Most sites are spacious. All roads and sites are crushed gravel. I would give it a 10 except for the constant truck traffic running past the park starting at 6:00 am from a rock quarry up the road. I'd definitely stay again.
Date of Stay: March, 2015
A great place to stay for seeing Disneyland, which is only a 10-15 minute drive. Lots of full timers living here, and some sites were in need of repair. Back in sites are close together. We stayed in a Deluxe pull through site with grass and patio table and chairs with umbrella. Lots of shade in the deluxe area. Staff was very helpful, and had escort to site. Small store with limited supplies on site, but it has enough necessities in case they are needed.
Date of Stay: March, 2015
We chose this park for a one night stop over based on reviews here. Easy access to I-10 and an available pull through site were my main considerations. Pull throughs are fairly close together, but had no problem with slides. Utilities in pull through sites are located at the very rear of the site, close to the road, so if you have a toad and don't want to unhook, you might have an issue reaching the hook ups. We were aware of this issue before parking so we pulled into the site just enough to where the toad cleared the road, basically using the back 2/3 of the site. Had no problem reaching electric, but sewer would have been a problem if needed. They do have a dump station in the pull through area. Friendly staff at check in and was escorted to the site. Clean and well kept park, but as we walked the property I felt the sites were a little tight for my liking.
Date of Stay: November, 2007
This is a very pleasant RV park. All sites are large pull throughs, being 40 x 80 crushed gravel, and all appeared to be pretty level. My only problem with the sites was, even though they are quite large, the concrete patio is situated smack in the middle of each site. This means you have squeeze your rig between the patio and the side of your site, which is separated from your neighbor with desert plants. If you have slides on both sides, your drivers side slide might interfere with desert trees or plants, and your curb side slide might overhang the patio. But once situated the sites have a pretty roomy feel, with plenty of parking space for the toad. The staff was helpful and very friendly, making us feel very welcome. They meter the electric, even for daily stays, and mine ran about $1 a day for a 3 day stay. Didn't try the WiFi since it's an additional daily charge, or use the cable hookups since we used our satellite. This is a great location if exploring south eastern Arizona.
Date of Stay: September, 2007
A very nice park in the southern section of San Diego. Easy access to and from the highway. Nice location next to Chula Vista Marina and a city park. I don't care for daily charges for WiFi (particularly with the high daily camping fee), or I'd probably have given this park a 10.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
We stayed in one of the pull through sites and were quite pleased. The hedges between sites give a sense of privacy and are wide enough to handle our double slides with room to spare. We were unable to pull our toad on this trip, so in need of a rental car, we were given the phone number of a local Avis franchise. I called on a Tuesday morning and a car was delivered to my site but 11:30 am. What great service!! On Friday, when we were finished with the car, all we had to do was leave it at the RV Resorts front office and give them the key. My main disappointment was the $4.95 charge for daily WiFi, so I refused to use it.
Date of Stay: March, 2007
This is a very nice, clean park. There are only 9 pull through sites, all paved. All the remaining sites are "back in" on nice compact gravel. They have short term and long term sites with the only difference being the short team sites don't have phone hook ups. We had 50 amp service, full hook up with CATV. We stayed here to visit Kartchner Caverns which is only 8 miles down the road. The park is about 1 mile off I-10 so there was no problem with highway noise. A great park that we'll definitely return to.