Date of Stay: September, 2013
The sewer sites require a very long sewer hose as the sewers are all in the far rear. Extremely close sites. Two large motor homes with slide-outs extended would be hard pressed to not touch one another. We did not stay as we have only a 20' sewer hose and 4 slides.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
This is the absolute worst campground we have ever encountered. It is trashy, the electric didn't work and it was full of vagrant types getting drunk. We got back into our motorhome and left back out on the dusty gravel road and it has take my husband 3 days to get the dust off. I've had to dust everything in the MH. Even $300,000 motorhomes leak when that much dust is blowing out from your diesel exhaust. We couldn't tell the color of our tow car. WARNING: Never ever go there. Shame shame on Passport America.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
Most of this campground consists of a very old "trailer park". The area we stayed was on a large concrete slab in the renovated part of the park - we had a full hookup with 50 amps. If the whole park was like the area we were in, it could be called a resort but as is, it is only a 4 out of 10 campground. There is an area to tie up your boat with lake access. There are no picnic tables. There is very little shade. The old campsites are on a hill and on shell pads. The campsites are not numbered on site. When we were here they told us to just pick out a site. We hooked up to their water but after tasting it, decided to use from our own tank. The staff was very nice and very friendly. I can see why they give two free nights... With a lot of work, they could live up to their claims on their website. The website shows the area we were in which does not accurately represent the majority of the park.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
This is a really nice County Park that is also a Pass Port America park. We paid only $9 for a 50 amp site with water. Beautiful green mowed grass, picnic tables. Shade trees. Huge park with hardly anyone in it. Right on the Colorado River. We will come back if ever in the area again.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
This park is almost 20 miles off the interstate in a beautiful mountainous location adjoining a National Forest. No cell phone and only site 1 & 2 can you pickup satellite. Clay/gravel interior roads that need grading. Covered picnic tables. Not very level for parking. Need a pressure regulator on the water line to your RV. The park sells lots for private RVs so there are permanent people/weekenders. Very cool nights, pleasant days. The night we stayed it was 39 degrees when we got up. A good summertime park to escape the heat.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
I agree with all of the prior reviews but I would add that the front pea gravel sites are where they put Pass Port America members. The better sites are for those paying the full rate.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
We disconnected the Jeep and drove in. The access road is 1/4 mile gravel; dust. The interior roads and pads are gravel. (Dust!) Sites are extremely narrow and not level. Very old, permanent homesteader type campers occupying most of the sites. Would not want to stay in this park and cannot recommend it.