Old Detective

  • Review Count 55
  • States Reviewed 14
  • Helpful Reviews 6

About Old Detective

Full time RV'er with a 38'class "A" with a Jeep toad. Have a long time lady partner who also enjoys travel and RV'ing. We have RV property at an upscale Resort in Hemet Ca when not on the road that we use as our base.

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Our first trip to this park. Green lawns, trees, friendly and helpful park staff. Our reserved site was not ready on arrival so they provided us with list of available sites to see if we could find one we liked more. They put us in a site designed for three rigs as it was not being used. Understand the park was not full during our 3 day stay, but sites are huge, easy access and many are satellite friendly. Within 1 mile of stores, resturants, and fuel. A great place to stay but they often are full so reservations are recommended.

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This is always a popular place to camp for a few days for us as it is close to where we have our base. This is not an RV park but rather a camp ground. Many spaces are satellite friendly, spaces are quite level but on dirt with only selected sites that have grass nearby. Good cell phone service and your personal hot spot on either Verizon or AT&T works very well. The campground also has wifi that you can pay for. This is a very easy park for new RV'ers to practice their skills as there is a lot of room between sites and the dirt forgives mistakes that might be made! Dog friendly and lots of room to walk fish, or even boat. No body contact with the lake is allowed, but there is a splash park that operates in the summer. There is a small store and gas pumps on the campground property . Local area provides wine tasting, restaurants of all kinds, food shopping and fuel along with other stores. A very nice park, a bit rustic but a chance to feel you are a long way from the city while just being outside of a good sized city. This campground is well worth a visit!!

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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Don't often stay at KOA but this campground was a pleasant surprise friendly and helpful staff, level, wide, and long pull thru's Mede for easy parking. The heated swimming pool was a plus. Felt it was a bit pricy but within reason. Saw they had a tent area that was shaded on grass. Most sites satellite friendly. Good fast wifi.

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This is a city park and it appears has a number of extended stay residents park is neat and clean but not new and shows some wear. Maneuvering a big rig can be dicey as streets and sites are narrow ( in all fairness we were a 38' class a with a toad ) Staff is very friendly, pleasant and helpful. We ended up with a tree in front of our dish no no TV for the one night we stayed. Wifi very fast even with a full park.

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Spotlessly clean rural park about 5 easy miles off the freeway. All sites are large flat gravel and level What makes this park stand out is the naturally heated water in the soaking pool and spa. While we found the spa a bit too warm four our taste, the pool temp was perfect for a soak, in the high 80's! Flying J at the freeway for fuel helps with handy fuel befor heading on up the road. Most spaces open and clear so most if not all the park is satellite friendly.

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New spotlessly clean resort. Many amenities staff helpful & friendly. Sites level and easy access even with a toad Only negative item was that their wifi was off line more than it worked. Very low power at our site and we just stopped trying and used our own wifi. Park was only partly full so there was no excuse for bad wifi.

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Terraced hillside sites, some better than others some easy access, others more difficult. Very little area that is safe to hook or unhook your toad. Once in place however, a very pretty park with lots of trees. Few sites satellite friendly but they have good cable We found club house, restrooms, laundry clean with everything working. Not a resort but a nice park. Pool is seasonable.

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a busy and well maintained park near an Indian casino. Staff escorts to sight upon arrival and with a phone call, provides shuttle service between your site, the casino, and town for supplies. No need to unhook the toad the shuttle will transport you!

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First KOA visit in a long time. A bit disappointing only had water and 30 amp at our site but was able to pull forward in the gravel site and get a signal Campsite had discarded trash and a dead bird on arrival. Campground in general was somewhat run down. Surprised that a KOA was this worn. Site was level. Staff was friendly and when site problems were brought to their attention the problems were addressed quickly Requires driving for restaurants and supplies as facility is rural.

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This park is a destination resort! Full amenities that few other parks can match. Kid and dog friendly along with many activities for adults. Close to restaurants, shopping, and tourist destinations. Trolly and bus a short walk away if one gets tired of resort activities. While we were here every space was occupied but the park was spotless and no problems observed. Only glitch was our site had a tree blocking satellite dish but they had good cable hookup Spaces are close but each space is separated by shrubs so provides privacy.

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Had planned to stay one week ended up spending three! This is one of the better parks in the Flathead valley it is centrally located to Glacier Park and several of the nearby towns. While located in rural farmlands and quiet it is close to shopping RV service, repair shops and many good resturants! Park is divided into two sections. There is a heavenly wooded area and a new section designed with pull throughs for larger rigs, fewer trees and satellite friendly Creek runs through the park fed by year around springs that has a shallow swimming hole which is great for cooling off and kids play Park is pet friendly and we found staff helpful and friendly.

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Nice park, as it is located on the river. Has a lot of shade and trees, cable, and Wi-Fi. Sites are laid out with the terrain and trees so few are alike. Does not seem to be satellite friendly. Dish will be blocked by trees. Talked to other campers and there are very few spaces in the park that will work for satellite receivers. Close to stores , restaurants, and service locations. Friendly staff. We understand the park acquired new owners during our week's stay.

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Easy access from I-15. Big rig friendly lots of turning area. No need to unhook toad when parking as sites are long. Wide grass areas between sites. Too far to walk but shopping and restaurants are within a few blocks.

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Close to I-15 and flying J fuel. Older park with long term sites. Great for overnight or when in this area. Few amenities but well worth the price Can handle big rigs and toads. Restaurant within walking distance. Free WiFi. Nice folks operate this park! Not all sites are level. Great for an overnight stop.

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Basically a parking lot with full hookups. Many spaces are narrow but larger lots are generally available for a slightly higher price. Easy access both north and south I-15. We found staff friendly and helpful. Easy walking to casino and restaurants. Appears to be able to handle any size RV.