Date of Stay: April, 2008
Wow! Wi-Fi is in. Hot spot is in their 24 hr game room and laundry rooms. What a friendly group of people, nice pull-thru sites for overnighters. We thought this park was exactly as described by others recently and a perfect fit for our needs. We were pleasantly surprised to see rigs from a Prevost to a class B here. We received a AAA discount and were told they are going to be a Good Sam and FMCA park soon. We were recommended to come here by our friends and are so happy that we found this place. The improvements are visible and you see the people working everyday. They made each of us feel special and we left feeling like friends. They have a saying on their name tag-"come as guests, leave as friends" how true it is!
Date of Stay: March, 2008
Just passing through but very unprofessional guest relations. This is NOT our idea of a safe, family environment and wouldn't recommend it to anyone. A lot of long terms but openly drinking, garbage out, etc. We have been in parks that have long terms that keep their spaces nice and neat-not the case here. We won't return.
Date of Stay: February, 2008
Apparently there is new ownership here but it is important that someone be present in the office during business hours to answer the phones and help guests. I do not like staying near railroad tracks either. The trains kept us up. We will not come back again.
Date of Stay: December, 2007
New owners are wonderful! Love this campground, is spread out not to close to neighbors and has everything I need to go camping! Great place to stay and see all the historical sites, stay for one night or longer. Well kept and working on making things even better and Wi-Fi will be coming.
Date of Stay: October, 2007
This campground has changed names to Blythe KOA. It has cleaned up A LOT!! They are moving out the permanent live ins which makes for a much nicer park for all. They do have cottages on one side of the park which are waterfront however this park offers a beach, a large launch area and a unique walking trail to both sides of the Colorado River. Everyday the employees were working on new things to improve this park. We stayed in a Motorhome and the friendliest KOA staff we have seen-the evening couple not only were friendly, the husband helped hook us up! That is service that I have never found anywhere. We will stay here again when we pass through this area.
Date of Stay: October, 2007
Wi-Fi has hot spots, only as explained by front desk. They have lost their general manager and manager, so now the workkampers are literally saving this park. Do not take the 1st entrance into this park, it will rip the bottom of your rig. You can see the deep gashes in the pavement. Take the second right and leave the same way. They turned off the water while we were here without notifying a single resident, I was in the shower, and told by the office the bookkeeper now also office manager approved this and initially thought the water would be off for 2 hours?! My neighbors were trying to leave before check out and couldn't rinse their hoses. This is NOT a resort and is NOT affiliated with the Golf course across the way-owned by two different people. The INDOOR (not outdoor) pool is nice, exercise equipment room is great so is the laundry room but there are permanent "trailers" that live here. This is a work in progress with our Passport America rate not matching the rate in the most recent book. Charged $19 instead of what is in print. The office seems new and is nice and bare: no pictures on the walls. Employees were nice but stressed it seemed. Lots going on, winging it.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
This is a nice park. My only complaints are that we are AOR members and upon check-in, we were advised of an additional $4 a day charge (our reservation rate is $8 a night confirmed). So we have an issue with that, and apparently AOR has had problems with that happening in the past. Next is they have very few pull-throughs for large rigs. It's filled with smaller rigs as it is first come basis. So this park is best described as a back in park, with close proximity if you have slides. Feel that knowing this before you arrive, is sometimes better than the element of surprise-no pull-through sites.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
This was listed as a C2C campground so right off the bat when I tried to make reservations using my C2C I was greeted with an angry woman complaining about how C2C tries to fill them up this time of year and they can't accept C2C now-the most she could give me is a 15% discount. We stayed 1 night only, gravel sites, close together with too many live-ins. Good for one night stops. Nice cold pool, store etc.. Would only go there again if I had to have a place to stop for a night.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
We are AOR members so arrived believing we were going to pay $6 a night. Upon arrival asthetically and initially it looks pretty, but we were informed we would now have to pay an additional $5 a night fee for our 50 AMP service. The pull-through sites are horrible, uneven, grassy, close together and very few. Maybe 8 or so. The bathrooms are filthy, broken tiles and desperate need of repair. The shade is available to those whom back in, or do not require full hook-ups. The pool water was brown. We were told by the people next to us that the "well" had problems twice in the 2 weeks they were here. We only stayed 2 days and went next door to that RV Park.