Date of Stay: August, 2015
I can't think of any negatives about this park, except that it is located in a pretty rural area, so major shopping and commercial entertainment are about 30 minutes away. That's not a problem for us. The town of St. Regis does have gas stations, a small grocery and a couple of restaurants. That aside, this park has great facilities like inexpensive laundromat, individual free showers, super clean restrooms, lovely pool, pull-through sites of all different lengths, propane, cabins, playground. It does not have a fenced in dog park, which we would love, but it does have acres and acres of well-kept wooded walking trails and a very large meadow identified as a dog park (but no fence). Wild turkeys and deer frequent the park. The landscaping is lovely, even in the drought, with grass at most sites, tall evergreens, flowers. They take great care of this place and the owners are nice and work very hard. The park is close and easy to get to from I-90, but is up high so there is no road noise and you can't see it from any sites. Most visitors were adults, very few families or kids. Easy going atmosphere. A great spot for rallies.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
The best part about this RV park are the owners. They are generous, helpful, conscientious, personable, outgoing, even in the face of hardship and inconvenience. The setting for the park is beautiful - surrounded by pastoral grassy fields and hillsides. I-90 is right over the hill, but we weren't bothered by noise. Perfect for taking advantage of everything in Sheridan - a great little western town. All the gravel sites are pull-throughs, kind of close together, and might be a little short for some rigs. Nice grass between sites. Great dog park at the campground and another really nice one nearby in town. Laundry and bathrooms are spotless. The owner grows veggies that she shares with guests gratis. We would definitely stay there again when passing through Sheridan.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
A true gem of a small in-town park. It makes you feel like part of the quiet community of Lusk. It sits right across the street from a nice little town park with a playground. They have about 20 sites, all sizes, level, full hook-ups, grass between the gravel sites. Plenty of room to get in and out of sites. Covered picnic tables at most sites. Nothing fancy, just clean, safe, simple, good quality service. The owner/manager is great. Perfect overnight stop. We'd stay there again in a flash.
Date of Stay: March, 2015
This is one of many options in Parker along the beautiful Colorado River, and we thought, the best. It was small, (maybe 30 sites, vs. 100s at other parks), quiet, not overly lighted, well maintained by the rangers and the work campers, protected by cliffs on two sides and the river on the third, nicely landscaped and roomy arrangement of level sites. River access is uncrowded and easy for all kinds of watercraft. Nice beach in a small cove making for easy swimming and kayaking. Perfect for dogs: a fenced dog park and permission to swim in the river. Very clean bathrooms and showers - looks like a new building. If there were sewer hookups I'd give it a 10.
Date of Stay: May, 2014
Loved the owners! It was like visiting gramma and grampa's house - they were so friendly and welcoming. Came right out to greet us and invited us in to register. The office, laundry room and bathrooms were all super clean. As others have said, the sites are level, gravel, full hook-ups and all pull-thru's but only just big enough for our 39' 5th wheel. Trees are tiny so don't provide shade yet, but also don't interfere with satellite reception. They had no trouble with us parking our truck and additional car in the space next door. (No extra charges.) The CG is right at the foot of the snow covered (in May!) Ruby Mountains and across the street from the municipal golf course in a nice residential neighborhood. Yes, Rt. 80 is on the other side but it didn't bother us. It's a great place to stop along the road for a night or two.
Date of Stay: January, 2014
We were here in cold, windy weather, so although it almost full, it was quiet because everyone was inside staying warm and the local weekenders must have been at home. Long and wide sites nicely spaced out, like a state park. Ours was one of about 10 extra large pull-thru's. Well cared for. Good security. Nice hiking/biking trails. Good wildlife watching. Towns nearby are not much to recommend. The only thing missing is a large enough laundry facility for the number of people.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
We had a nice long, level, gravel site with a comfortable amount of space on either side. The campground was about 50% long term resident sites. Their season was wrapping up so there were very few nightly guests. The park is located right next to a highway, so there is some noise. The folks running the place were nice. Bowling Green is a very attractive, clean city with every convenience you could want. Lots of restaurants, beautiful university. The KOA is located right across the street from a large public park with a very large pond for fishing. There is a small catfish pond on the grounds of the KOA, as well. I'd stay again if we were passing through, but wouldn't think of this park as a destination. Typical KOA higher prices for a lot of kid friendly services.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
Rates are variable, depending upon the day of the week and length of stay. Camping options on the Cape are few, but this was great. The site was large, level, and shaded, but we could still get satellite reception. All the facilities were very clean and new: three shower areas, two laundry areas. The park is right on the Cape Cod Bike Trail, which gives easy access to many places on the Cape, including some ocean beaches. Biking bypasses the need for town beach parking passes. Staff were all pleasant and helpful. Good security system with key carded gate. Close to many things. We'd definitely stay again. Would have given a ten if the sites were concrete (they were hard packed dirt and mulch).
Date of Stay: December, 2012
We loved our two day stay here in the Christmas season. The place is lighted and decorated to the max! There are 20 acres of nature trails through the piney woods, well marked, easy to walk and safe. We saw our first black bellied whistling ducks, a flock lives on the ponds. The whole place has a nice feel to it. We asked for a pull-through with a clear view of the sky for our satellite and they were very obliging. A great price too.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
The rate reflects a week's stay at a site not on the river. This is a really nice RV park. The couple that runs it are very helpful, friendly, respectful, and happy. They keep the place very clean and orderly. Very quiet location off the road. Nothing but fields and trees on three sides of the park. We weren't crowded, but it was off season. I would definitely stay here again. The town of Chama does not have a lot to offer other than the Cumbres-Toltec Railroad, but the surroundings are very scenic and close enough to other towns and areas of interest.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
This rate reflects a monthly rate. This is a small but perfect little RV park right in town, surrounded on two sides by meadows and mountain views. (Taco Bell on another side.) The only things that would improve it would be a pool and/or hot tub and a little more space between sites. As it is, there is nice grass and flowering shrubs between the sites, picnic tables and plenty of room for chairs, grill, bikes, etc. There's plenty of room to park extra vehicles too, for no charge even though they may tell you when you make reservations that it will cost you $25. Perfectly clean and lovely restrooms and laundry room. The managers and staff were great. They really take pride in maintaining a great place. More to do in the area than we could do in a month.
Date of Stay: December, 2011
We stayed here for one month and found it an excellent facility in every way. Its location is great for seeing everything around San Diego. Driving around is easy. The campground is clean and very well maintained. The staff and volunteers are friendly and helpful. The wi-fi can be spotty or slow at times, and the clubhouse is not open very often, at least not during the winter. Great bird watching, biking, dog walking. Sites of all different sizes. Sandy but packed solid. We'd definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
We stayed her for a month and a half, and loved it the whole time. I don't know the actual nightly rate. We got a monthly rate for the month we stayed, and then a nightly rate for the other nights, plus Good Sam discount. This area is spectacular, especially if you love the water. The campground is quiet, the staff are friendly and helpful, the place is well managed and clean. Large grassy off leash dog run. Grass between each site. Large trees throughout. Not a lot of space between sites, but enough. Views of the Mission Range from the campground. Golf right next door. Bike trail access from the park driveway. I'd stay here again gladly.
Date of Stay: June, 2011
Exemplary park, with plenty of options for big rigs, as well as cabins and tent sites. Great facilities in every way. Two playgrounds, big pool, kiddie pool and 2 hot tubs. Plenty of room around the sites. The staff are very low key, and yet the place is spotless and managed very well. Quiet park, but with a little road noise, depending on your site. Nice dog area, and walking trail. Great access to many beautiful sights in the Black Hills. Spearfish is a really nice town for shopping and restaurants. Don't miss Sylvan Lake!