Date of Stay: October, 2010
Some of the other reviews of Cloud 9 Ranch are incorrect, so I just wanted to clarify some things. Cloud 9 Ranch is a member owned and operated resort. I am a member here, you have to be one to visit unless you come with a member as a guest. There are no 'lots' where people park their RV's. Although you do own a share of the property as a member, they are undivided shares so no one owns any particular spot. In fact, you are required to move to a different spot after a certain amount of time, depending on where you park at, which keeps the place more like a campground and less like a trailer park. I don't know why people put prices of their stay on here, because you have to be a member. If you are a member, you get 30 free days of camping per year so theoretically you could spend nothing while you're here if you wanted. There are some rental campers which aren't moved around much that belong to the ranch. Maybe people thought these were someone's personal trailers. If you are not a member, they will let you come take a tour and stay a couple nights for free to check the place out and decide if you want to buy a membership. Don't believe what everyone says about it being an ATV paradise. If you just want to come to ride, it's not the place. There are MUCH better places to ride with better trails that are way cheaper. However, it is really big, so if you want to come to explore the property, look for caves and wildlife, and just see the beauty of the land, but it just so happens you use an ATV to get around while doing these things, you will absolutely love it.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
Nice place. Good fishing. Has a boat rental: with or without trolling motor. Pretty cheap camping. Has some playground facilities.