Date of Stay: August, 2015
The hosts weren't overly friendly, but the ocean-front spots couldn't be beat!! There are a LOT of permanent folks, but everyone we met there was really nice! We did have to book a minimum of 5 nights for the ocean-front site, even though we could only stay 3, but the park was full, so it was worth it! The bathrooms/showers were clean, but needed a little "spiffing" up...great for washing off the sand before we headed back to the rig for our full-on showers. Would most definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: December, 2010
Wonderful clean park with extremely friendly and helpful staff. Sites are wide and paved with a nice grass area next to each site. Restrooms and showers were the cleanest we have seen in any RV park. Swimming pool and hot tub are newly refinished and kept exceptionally clean. We were a little hesitant to stay in a park in a "city" atmosphere, but I must say, you really couldn't tell. The park is quiet with lots of grass and trees. Our reason for traveling to southern California was to visit Disneyland and California Adventure, and this park turned out to be the perfect choice. Walking distance to the parks on days we wanted to walk and a shuttle on the days we didn't want to walk. Plenty of dining and shopping options within 1 mile. We had a wonderful and relaxing stay and have already made plans to visit this park again later this year.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
Nice quiet campground well off I-40 but still conveniently located. Front office staff was very friendly with nice selection of odds and ends you may need, plus they serve complimentary muffins and coffee each morning. If you are looking for an EXCELLENT dinner, be sure to ask for directions to Bubba's Big Pig Bar-Ba-Que, you will not be disappointed. Also, be sure to check out downtown Holbrook if you want to see how Route 66 must have been back in it's heyday.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
Excellent choice of parks to visit New Orleans. Park is off the "beaten" path in East New Orleans but don't let the industrial area scare you away. The park staff is extremely nice and helpful offering the only bar / lounge of any RV park we have stayed at. The park also offers a daily free shuttle (please tip the drivers) directly to the French Quarter. Last shuttle runs at 8pm so if you're going to be late seeing the sites, cab fare is less than $20 to get you back to the park. The co-owner is on-site daily. We'll definitely stay here again while in New Orleans.