Date of Stay:
June, 2010 -
Stayed here in a 45 foot Prevost. One of the few campgrounds in the area with 50 amp power that you can get into with a large, over 40 foot, motorhome without being concerned about sideswiping a spruce tree. Park needs to trim existing trees as branches droop and brush the top and sides of tall motorhomes. We camped at Riverview RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
May, 2009 -
As we drove into the assigned space with a 45' motorhome we noticed some low hanging branches were brushing the top of the coach. Also during the night the electric service was frequently dropping below 102 volts causing our coach to shut off the electric service. It got so bad that we went outside after midnight and disconnected the power. When we were leaving the next morning we stopped in the office and talked to the owner thinking he would like to know about the low branches and the fluctuating power. When we told the owner about the low branches he stated that he had already trimmed them. Thinking that he had cut the branches after seeing them hit our coach we stated "that's great, did you do them last evening". He stated, "No, I did them last fall". Thinking that he may have misunderstood we stated that we hit the branches yesterday. He stated that he had already trimmed them to clear the highest coach built and that if we had hit them we must have been in the wrong spot and that he was not going to trim them anymore. Not getting any farther with that issue we then mentioned the power problem and he immediately cut us off and stated it wasn't his fault, that it must have been the power company’s problem. We excused ourselves and left. This is not a "big rig" friendly park. We would not stay at this park again. We camped at Pocatello KOA (Formerly Pocatello Creek Campground and RV Park) in a Motorhome.