Date of Stay: August, 2012
The staff of this well kept park are friendly and helpful. It has large, clean facilities, indoor pool, extra parking spaces, paved roads and lots of maturing evergreen trees. We camped here several nights while taking the rig to Camping World each day, attempting to get our a/c fixed. Even though they were nearly full, they found a large enough space for our 36 ft fifth wheel, truck and car every night. The perimeter roads are two lane with large back-in sites, interior roads are one lane with pull-through sites that can be tricky for longer rigs and may have trees where your slide needs to go. Free Wi-Fi reaches sites near the office, cable TV, recycling, community/tv room, book exchange, fireplace, work out equipment, pricey laundry. Due to the tall trees, we were unable to use our satellite dish in any sites. Easy off and on I-5 yet far enough away to be quiet. Costco, shopping, gas/diesel, restaurants close by. Would have rated it higher but it is expensive and most of the sites are not big rig friendly. We will definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
We stayed a week at this lovely, well maintained campground, situated beside the dunes. It has large gravel sites, separated by flowering shrubs and compact trees, which give a feeling of privacy. Clean reasonably priced laundry and well kept bathrooms, adequate Wi-Fi, full range of recycling. The young hosts are welcoming and helpful. Paved and step access to dunes from campground. Great location beside US-101, but not noisy, and across from Woahink Lake, which is great for kayaking. We enjoyed our stay and will return.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
We stayed a week and love this well maintained, pretty park full of trees and flowers. It is quiet and offers all types of spacious sites: pull-through, back-in, sunny, shaded, ocean view, no view, grassy, paved, tent sites. The friendly and accommodating owners also operate the German restaurant and Black Forest Kitchen Deli on site, serving delicious authentic food! Walk to the beach. Recycling available. Clean laundry, huge cable channel selection, playground, campfire rings, tables and wi-fi. Wood for sale. Gave park a 9 due to only 30 amp service. We paid for 6 nights got one free. Plan to return on our next trip through the area.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
This park is pretty with only a couple of trailers left, full of motorhomes and fifth wheels. They have very specific parking rules which required us to park our dually next to a bush, that scratched it. Nice but cramped laundry.30 amp electricity kept going off and on. No breaker to turn off electric so must hot connect. Sewer is not a proper fit so it leaks. No recycling available. Very expensive, not near groceries or shopping. In industrial area of town surrounded by poor neighborhoods. WiFi virtually non-existent, no cable and no antenna stations available. Sites and streets are paved with many many very high speed bumps. No discounts.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
Manager very negative, almost hostile, complained about the campground owners, lack of campers, his boring retirement life, then launched into an extreme political tirade. The next day he refused to sell us propane then tried to demand more money from us as we were leaving. The bathrooms/showers are closed and locked. Cash only, no free wifi. Basic gravel park carved out of the desert with no shade, each site has a small concrete pad and tiny table. Plenty of I-10 road noise. No recycling. Rate was Passport America. We will never return due to the manager.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
A Cal-Am park model resort with beautiful, clean facilities including: pool, spa, workout room, and the usual snowbird amenities. Separate camping area for transients with long concrete pad, but no tables, trees, bathrooms/showers. All the hosts and staff are friendly and helpful. Located across street from Basha’s grocery store and a couple of restaurants and fast food. Free wifi. No recycling. Great view of Superstition Mountains. Would gladly camp here again. Used Passport America for a week.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
We really enjoyed the time we spent at this resort. The managers are welcoming, hospitable, helpful and friendly. The park offers views of the ocean and is within walking distance of the beach, located on Hwy 101 in Lincoln City. The clubhouse is outstanding, all facilities (hot tub, game room, party room, restrooms, showers, and laundry) are immaculate. In our 3+ years of full timing, this is one of the best maintained parks we’ve found. Our paved level site was long enough for our 35 ft fifth wheel and truck, and had plenty of grass and a picnic table. All roads and sites are paved and well groomed, with grass between each site, and gravel around the hookups. As Wi-Fi is important to us, we feel the performance could be improved. We look forward to our next stay here. Our rate was a monthly rate.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
Pull through sites are level, long, and gravel with ample room for slides. The office folks are friendly and helpful. Bathrooms, showers, and laundry room are very clean and laundry is reasonably priced. Some trees for shade that did not inhibit our roof mounted DirecTV. Their cable and Wi-Fi are excellent. Our Verizon phones and aircard didn’t work here. Quiet location with the occasional train, no I-5 noise. Nice wildlife habitat pond with walking trail around it. This is a great location for Mt Shasta, Castle Lake, Siskiyou Lake and several waterfalls. We would enjoy staying here again.
Date of Stay: February, 2011
If you are searching for the 80+ year old Canadian and upper midwestern snowbirds, look no further! Mesa Regal is mostly park models, with the few unsold lots they rent to RVs. Each lot has two grapefruit trees located on either side of the pad, so you will scratch your RV backing in. Each park model encroaches into the adjoining RV lot, so you risk damaging the awning struts or light pole of the adjoining park model. All the streets are narrow, which impedes maneuvering a fifth wheel towed by a long bed truck. The office staff makes no attempt to find a lot large enough to accommodate your rig, as they care only about how much work they have to do to set up electrical billing on the lot. The snowbirds ignore you, since they already belong to their clique of friends. The Wi-Fi is in name only. One good thing about Mesa Regal is that it is located across the street from Superstition Ranch Market, which sells fresh fruits and vegetables at very reasonable prices. Rate is monthly excluding electric, sewer and trash. We won’t stay here again.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
Nice quiet campground in country atmosphere, gravel roads/sites, level wide sites, full hookups, good WiFi and electricity. Laundry is very clean, roomy, and reasonably priced. We enjoyed the helpful, friendly, accommodating manager and staff. Bathrooms and showers are sparkling clean. Lovely log clubhouse with a book exchange, games and store. Ponds in back with large fountains. Near two grocery stores and gas/diesel. Located on the outskirts of Silverton, home of Oregon Garden and Frank Lloyd Wright Gordon House, also near Mt. Angel’s Oktoberfest. Close to Salem, and Oregon State Fair. Passport America campground. We camped here for 3 weeks and would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
We liked Golden Spike RV Park. Our pull through site was long enough for our 35’ fifth wheel, truck and additional car to park nose to tail, with the RV attached to the truck. Many trees are scattered throughout the park for shade, and each site has grass, a nice table and level gravel pad. The free Wi-Fi is good, as is satellite TV reception and Verizon service. The park has a laundry and another larger public one is across the street. Brigham City is large enough to have two good grocery stores, banks, two recycling centers, a lovely historic church, fast food, and a Wal-Mart. The campground lies between I-15 and US89 but there is little road noise. The office/store has RV supplies and a friendly staff. We would be happy to stay here again.
Date of Stay: November, 2009
This is a small campground located in the town of Ft. Davis. It has a few RV sites, and a few tent sites, scattered among "historic" cabins. We used Passport America but were charged an additional $5/day for 30 amp electricity, there is no 50 amp service available in this campground. The owner also charges $2.50/person/day to use his bathrooms and/or showers, and $2.50/day for Wi-Fi, we did not use either. He tries to nickel and dime you back up to the regular daily rate if you use a discount. Our site was so small that our fifth wheel, with slides out, and truck filled the total length and width. Our car had to be parked in another campsite. Driving into and out of the park and maneuvering within the park is tricky, due to narrow roads and sharp turns. Verizon cell and air card service was virtually nonexistent and there was no antenna TV service. The park cable is very fuzzy and gets few channels, he forgot to charge us to use it. The campground laundry is the only one in town and is very expensive. This is a cramped, shabby park that we will not return to.
Date of Stay: November, 2009
Saddleback is a great bargain for an overnight stop and honors Passport America. All sites are 40' wide by 75' long, level, gravel, with full hookups, 50/30/20 amps. Each site is landscaped in a desert motif with native plants, cactus and has a small tree. We are in a fifth wheel so do not use campground bathrooms or showers. Easy I-10 on and off. Gas and convenience store at campground. Restaurant is no longer in business. We would stay here again when in the area.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
This is a nicely maintained, small campground with three little lakes: one with a beach, playground and picnic pavillions. It was designed to be handicapped accessible so the trails around the lakes are paved. It is easy to get to with a big rig and has several long pull-through sites. Great satellite and cell reception, due to all sites being out in the open. Located within 40 miles of Lake Michigan beaches. Reasonably priced for full hookups. We would gladly return.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
Lake Allatoona is gorgeous and this campground on it has something for everyone, from tent sites nestled in the trees, to long pull through sites for big rigs. Access to the campground is easy and dump stations roomy. Each restroom also has one washer and one dryer, costing $1 per load. Roads in the campground and sites are recently paved. The lake was high when we were there so a few lakefront sites were flooded out. Our rate reflects the Golden Access Pass rate. We enjoyed the area so much we stayed two weeks!