Date of Stay: August, 2011
Tight with no help from the staff parking. Unhook before entering. Parking is an issue. Traffic is heavy. Staff is unhelpful in the office and insulting in the campground. Ending my six day stay tonight and will not return. No high marks on this one from me except that it's next to a Starbucks. Drag Racing noise from nearby track on Saturday and Sunday. No off leash pet area. City camping packed in like Sardines. Better off at Wal-Mart. Full Timer on the road for six years and hundreds of campgrounds gives this one two thumbs down.
Date of Stay: April, 2008
Check new phone number.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
We stayed at this RV park for a week and loved the quiet and peaceful location. We had a riverfront site overlooking the Rogue River and saw hawks soaring and fish breaking the surface, watched the jet boats taking tourists up the river, and saw wild turkeys crossing the lawn.They had some kind of hydroplane boat race over the weekend that was very noisy and annoying, but the rest of the week was blissfully quiet! The people running the park are wonderful and very friendly. They have WIFI but it can be very sketchy like a lot of other parks we've been to. The road getting to the park is narrow and very windy, and you have to take this for 8 miles, but we have a 40 foot motorhome with a towed vehicle and we were fine as long as you take it nice and slow. They have a lending library in the rec room near the river, and a nice little gift shop in the office area. I would highly recommend the riverfront sites if you can get one when you reserve a site. They have a dock you can fish from. We will definitely be back, when in this area again!
Date of Stay: June, 2007
We were given a site under the trees near the boat ramp. These sites were horrible for large rigs- we have a 40 foot rig with a towed vehicle, the sites aren't marked well, have really low branches and low wires overhead. The way she told us to exit was impossible with REALLY low hanging trees, luckily we were able to leave by a different route. The whole area was gravel and extremely ugly. It was only for one night, thank goodness! They had a REALLY nice side for the Rv's of part timers with grass and open areas, but it was full - it was like night and day between the two sides!!! We will never be back to this park again!
Date of Stay: August, 2006
We liked that the park was on the outskirts of Santa Fe and very near I25. It was nice and quiet at night with beautiful starry skies and sunsets. The power and water were good and we liked the natural landscaping with plants from the area. It was very clean, the sites were a little uneven but no problem. The WIFI signal was good but the speed was so slow a snail is faster! We stayed for a week @ Labor Day and enjoyed seeing Tent Rocks National Monument, Bandelier National Monument, and all that Santa Fe has to offer! We'll be back on our travels through the area...
Date of Stay: May, 2006
We were only going to stay a couple of nights but when we set up our site with the wonderful smell of the pines and the beautiful weather we decided to stay a week! There is lots to do on day trips- Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Drive(WOW!) into Sedona,Gorgeous Sedona, The GRAND Canyon, and four national monuments. The sites are hard packed red dirt, fairly level and shaded by Ponderosa pines. The staff is wonderful, friendly and very helpful. We loved this park!
Date of Stay: April, 2006
Located near I35 near the northeast corner of San Antonio. Takes @ 20 min to get to Riverwalk & Alamo. Park has gravel sites and cement patios with picnic table and shade covering. The power was low when everyone was running their air conditioners on hot days. Also the road noise was bad from the interstate-hard to talk with the dull roar of the trucks. Pool looked nice with spa with waterfall into pool. OK for an overnighter.
Date of Stay: August, 2005
Wonderfully Quiet and Peaceful! Their slogan is "The Quiet One". Two tiered loops overlooking beautiful Amish farmland and two wooded loops that are more private. We stayed at site 17 in the wooded section for a week with our 38' motorhome with plenty of room for our rig and towed vehicle. This park is very well situated right near everything you want to see in the Amish country but not right in all the crowds and traffic. There is a fantastic bakery right across the street with wonderful homemade pies and the best donuts in the world! Also a farmstand nearby with the juiciest peaches you will ever find. The owners are fellow RVers and the friendliest and most helpful people you could ever meet. We throughly enjoyed our stay and will be back!
Date of Stay: July, 2005
On beautiful Lake Seneca in the heart of Finger Lakes Wine Country. The sites were nice and large with gravel and grass. We just about reached the electric pedestal with our power cord. You need to fill up your water tank at the dump station before going to your site. The sites do not easily access the lake but their are trails down to the water's edge. There is beach swimming a short walk away with a lifeguard. The showers were great (nice and hot with plenty of pressure). Powerboats are allowed on the lake and the fishing is great! We recommend eating lunch at Wagner's Brewery/Winery overlooking Lake Seneca.
Date of Stay: July, 2005
Wonderful campground with paved roads and sites. A few new water, electric and sewer sites right on beautiful Cowanesque Lake. We stayed at site #40 with a 38' motorhome and loved every peaceful minute of our stay! Motorboats are allowed on the lake with a boat ramp and fish cleaning station in the CG. Great fishing! We will be back!