About FrozenWaters

Fulltime RVers since 2014. We travel with a 40' fifth wheel, an F350 dually truck, a small SUV, 10' flatbed trailer, and two dual sport motorcycles. And four cats. : )

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Stayed two weeks. Awesome staff hooked us up with the spring rate of stay-5-nights-get-2-free. Park is next to fairgrounds; we only heard noise a couple times (announcers, horses, and derby cars). Quiet otherwise; very few kids while we were there. Not a lot of long-term folks. You have to always turn right out of the park and if you want to head back north/west, there's a u-turn intersection just a bit down the road. We were happy here. We're unique; we have a dually truck, 40' fifth wheel, small SUV, 10x10' flat-trailer and two motorcycles. All of this fit well on regular pull thru site (not a deluxe site); we did park truck perpendicular behind 5er. Site was good gravel, not beat into the ground and not so deep it was hard to walk. Outdoor space nice with grassy area, then rocky area with BBQ/fire pit, then patio-paver section. There are mature trees in the park as well as some smaller trees; didn't hinder maneuverability or scrape RV. You're not totally on top of your neighbor, but pretty close IF your rig has slides on BOTH sides (your neighbor's awning will be a few feet from your RV). Only slightly annoying aspect of the site was the decorative fence between each site, and also the trees. It looks nice, and helps it not feel like just a big parking lot...but, our slides were millimeters away from the fence on driver's side so our passenger-side slide wouldn't be in a tree. We were not able to walk around our RV without having to hike over the fence or just walk thru neighbor's site. Also in our row only, your neighbor's hookups are just past the end of your patio area - kind of awkward. Not like that in every row. Appreciated that they let us get a package while here. WiFi was great for surfing websites, social media, email. Multiple bars of AT&T LTE. Staff was constantly working to keep place nice/improvements. Note - grass is watered with ditch-water, staff said not to let pets drink it.

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Stayed 6 nights to explore the area. Was cloudy and rainy, with snow (that didn't stick around) most of the days. This is one of those places that earns - I think - the term "resort". Their buildings are very nice; have many amenities like pool, hot tub, playground equipment, basketball court, grilling area, putting green, propane filling, etc. All sites that I saw were concrete. Some pads are just the width of the rig, while others are wider. I reserved one of the "U" sites because they are the longest. We fit our fifth wheel, truck, small SUV, flat trailer and two motorcycles all on our site. Additional parking for vehicles that don't fit on your site is $5/day, and I think others didn't want to pay that because they would park their vehicle in the street in front or behind their RV. This makes getting out of your site difficult. Luckily, we were on an end so we had enough room to back out of our pull-thru site due to people parking their vehicle in the road. Main roads are wide, but the interior roads that you face once in the site are not as wide; and they're dead-ends so be sure to follow your site escort. Site was level. Hookups where they should be. Metal picnic table. Neighbor was pretty close, but you're definitely not slide-to-slide. Views of mountains all around. Their new section looks almost finished and those sites look even wider than their existing. Seems like a family-friendly park, but when we were there it felt more like a snowbird resort. Only had screaming kids one day we were there. There is housing construction going on east of the resort, so there may be some noise during weekdays for awhile. Nice grass around. WiFi was sufficient for surfing and checking emails. You have to enter a code to get in the gate so make sure you keep that with you. Allowed us to receive packages here. Very friendly, helpful folks in the office. Sent out emails warning about freezing temps; good communication. Had multiple bars of AT&T LTE.

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Reserved 4 nights and stayed here with another RV couple. Both of us each reserved a "big rig premium full hookup site with cable." When we arrived, the system/reservationist had put us in a thin pull thru site in the older section with no cable, while our friends were across the campground. Knowing we'd reserved a different kind of site, we requested that we be put in the type of site that we reserved. They accommodated that with only slight grumbles and "for no extra charge." Um, why would there be an extra charge for the type of site I had originally reserved...? The newer section in the back has HUGE sites. I'm pretty sure we could have fit 2-3 RVs in the width of the site we had. The length isn't a whole lot longer than 'regular' sites. Our 40' fifth wheel fit length-wise with a some space to spare. The road between the rows of sites is incredibly wide so if someone is sticking out, it's no big deal. We were in a site that did not have a built up grass area, it was just dirt from side-to-side, but that was fine for us because we have an extra vehicle, trailer and motorcycles. We had tons of room to park our vehicles with ease. The only negative I could see is that the fire pit was on the far side of the site so it's pretty far away from your own rig; closer to your neighbor's hookups. Also, the site was fairly unlevel; there were some dips. The backend of our rig almost touched the ground once we leveled, but it was fine. Hookups worked as expected. Pretty windy here at times (swirling dust). Nice trees around and a pond area. Less families/kids in the big-rig area so it was very quiet and dark in the evenings. Had a couple bars of AT&T LTE. WiFi was spotty. We were happy campers here! Super convenient to Bryce Canyon NP.

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One of my favorite campgrounds - for the views and because of how you can see how staff/owners put effort into making their operation quality. We stayed eight nights, and I think the reservationist gave us an end site because of that, maybe. We were on the end of the first pull thru row and the view out our south windows was wonderful! The view on the north end of the park is breathtaking as well - if you're short enough to fit in the back row backins, definitely do that. Site was gravel and dirt. We did use an extra board on a couple spots just so our jacks weren't extended as far, but easy leveling. Hookups worked as desired and in a good spot. You're fairly close to your neighbor, but I've definitely been in worse sites. The site was large enough we parked our dually truck next to our fifth wheel and then parked our extra vehicle and motorcycles in front...and we still had some outdoors space. Fire pit at every site, but in the pull thrus they're up in the front right part of the site. This must confuse people because a few of the nights our neighbors used our fire pit instead of theirs. Ha! The care and maintenance of this park is very evident. Sites are groomed as soon as an RV pulls out. Trash bins are emptied often. Landscaping/grass is watered and maintained. I'm pretty sure they sprayed the gravel/dirt roads each morning to keep the dust down. Staff running the office very nice. You feel very welcome here. Wifi was some of the fastest we've encountered (we were pretty close to the office), until the tenters came in for the evening (between us and the office). Had multiple bars AT&T LTE service. Proximity to Capitol Reef was great, but you're slightly out of town so there's less traffic and it's very quiet here.

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Was very thankful we were able to get into this park and not the other one up the interstate a few exits (yikes). Agree with other reviewer - it has the feel of an Arizona retirement/snowbird resort. It's "bustling" - we had people and kids walking back and forth in front of our rig constantly, but everyone was respectful. Interior roads are a bit tight feeling and people always coming/going. We had a back-in site that backed up to a grassy field that served as a nice buffer from the road. Sites are straight, so backing in our 40-footer took a few attempts (there are light poles, trash cans and short palm trees along the road). And you're blocking most or half of the road while unhooking/hooking up. Having that field in the back gives you some wiggle room though. Hookups were located in a good spot and worked as desired. Site was gravel/dirt with a concrete pad and a nice picnic table. Parking for tow vehicle/extra vehicles on the site was really convenient, but are right next to your neighbor's rig. WiFi could barely pull up Google the few times I tried using it (at different hours of the day). I chuckled to see their paperwork boasted of their "new Wifi system in 2011!". AT&T LTE - multiple bars. Folks in the office super nice and helpful with any questions, and I think they want to make your stay the best they can. Doable drive to Las Vegas and Zion NP from here.

     

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Lakeside RV and Campground

Provo, Utah

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Fairly typical commercial RV park. Stayed here because it was cheaper than Salt Lake RV parks and we wanted to go snowboarding at Sundance Resort 30 minutes away. Other reviewers have told it true. Nearly slide-to-slide with one neighbor and then you share a grassy area (and probably picnic table) with your other neighbor. Nice to have grass though! Some trees around, but none brushed the RV. No view of the lake; minimal view of mountains due to closeness of RVs and trees surrounding the property. Hookups were in normal location. Sewer hookup on a little concrete pad but it was not elevated at all. Tried to screw in our sewer elbow but it wouldn't...but we couldn't have screwed it in anyway because then it's too low for your hose to hook to it. Would recommend a Sewiepig or big rock (bring your own; none around) to help hold your sewer elbow in. Wifi only kind of worked after about 11pm/midnight. Was able to at least look at some websites with patience. AT&T LTE two bars. Pretty quiet assuming no rowdy fellow RVers. Heard a loud plane fly over from the airport as I was typing this, but doesn't happen often. Challenging to navigate the inner roads with a 40' but doable. Site was beat-in gravel/grass; leveled easily. We have a 40' fifth wheel, dually truck, and a small SUV pulling a trailer with 2 motorcycles. Parking our fifth wheel at the very, very front edge of the site allowed us to park our SUV/trailer behind the fifth wheel. If the park was not strict about parking just two tires on the grass, we could have fit our truck next to it too. Very nicely though, they allowed us to park our extra vehicle in an unused site in front of us for no extra charge. Or we could have parked at the office but that was a bit of a walk and no view of our vehicle from our site.

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This is one of our new favorite places. Such a breath of fresh air after staying in commercial RV parks. We stayed in Wakara site 8 for 3 nights, end of March. We were one of a handfull of RVs in the park. It was quiet and wonderful. Views all around are mountainous and interesting. Heard geese flying around, elk bellowing. Tons of stars at night. RV site was much wider than we anticipated - yay! (Was not a double site.) We have a 40' fifth wheel, dually truck, small SUV towing a flat trailer with motorcycles on it. We parked the truck in front of the fifth wheel with room to spare, and then parked the SUB/trailer next to the truck in the front of the site and next to the fifth wheel. Still tons of room for "outdoor space". Plus you have the little covered picnic table area. Sites are spaced out so you don't feel close to your neighbor. Site was asphalt and we had no trouble leveling. Hookups were fine where they were; you can backup your fifth wheel past the concrete bumpers so you less likely need a longer sewer hose. Water pressure wasn't amazing so we just filled and used water pump. Power went out 2/3 mornings - once for few hours, next day 5 minutes - so that was odd. AT&T data/phone service worked mostly. Had two bars of LTE in one part of our RV but if we moved to the front it went down to one bar 4G. I originally thought the long pull thru sites would be right for our big rig but it was NOT. While the pull thrus are long, they are curved in a way that's hard to get a 40' setup in the right spot without walking out your door into mud or being all wonky on the site. Go for the back-ins! Golf course seemed popular. Excited to come back when they have the rentals open (paddle boats, kayaks, canoes starting weekends in April). Only negative is the $10 extra for our "extra vehicle" which I just don't understand since we fit it all on one site. "Extra people" cost, sure, but our car didn't use any hookups...

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Stayed 3 nights in a pull thru site that was in the row closest to the highway. Yes, the road noise was constant but the VIEW...wow. The La Sal Mountains right out the windows to the east/southeast and then a gorgeous rock wall out your west-side windows. Loved that. Picked this location because it was out-of-town a bit and felt less-cramped than the in-town parks. Driving into town took minutes. Plus the price was much better, and from what I saw, a better RV site. Site had gravel with a concrete patio and grass pad; small trees but I wouldn't consider it shaded. Nice picnic table. We were able to put our 40' fifth wheel in the site and park our small SUV perpendicular behind it. We put our two motorcycles on the concrete patio (with room still to walk around and be outside), and then parked our dually truck in extra parking just down the row. No extra charge for extra vehicles - yay! Based on where we wanted to put our RV adjacent to hookups, I don't think we could have parked our truck in our site. Leveled easily. Hookups placed and functioned normally. Easy in, easy out with our big rig. The lady who took my reservation and who worked in the office was super nice. The WiFi worked fine for surfing/email; did not test streaming video. Had good AT&T service here. Only negative was some inconsiderate fellow campers - loud rock music from about 9pm to after midnight (thumping which you could hear inside the RV over the road noise, over the sounds of furnace or fans running). All three nights we were there. Staff in office said they talked to them...Hmm. Is this an example of lax rule-enforcement or just some really annoying neighbors...? Regardless, we'll be back!

     

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La Mesa RV Park

Cortez, Colorado

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Originally planned to stay a couple days, but extended to a week and are so glad we did. We just really loved this park. It was much less crowded than the other one we drove by almost every day in town. RV site was spacious. We fit our 40' fifth wheel, dually truck, small SUV, 10x7 flatbed trailer and two motorcycles...comfortably on one site. With room to spare to hang out outside. We never felt like we were "on top of" our neighbors either. We were in a pull-thru in the "we don't need satellite" sites, which meant we had two lovely, tall trees at the front area of the site. Getting in and out of the entrance and our RV site was not a problem for us. Site was dirt/rock, but we didn't track in much dust into the RV. Hookups where they needed to be and worked fine. The family that runs this place is very nice. The owner's daughter was running the office most days and I saw her cleaning the restrooms/laundry every day too. They allowed us to receive some packages here which was super helpful. There wasn't a mountain outside our back window but just step outside or look another way and you'll see them! Even though it was along the highway, we didn't notice much road noise. The only negative (that the RV park can't help) is the lights from the gas station next door - very bright at night and they did a loud hum-thing often. Little grassy area for tenters and to walk your dog if you have one. Wifi worked for surfing and email; didn't test video streaming. Good AT&T service. This time of year was mostly overnighters, but usually not more than 10ish rigs around. Peaceful park in a quaint town with so much beautiful land to explore.

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Stayed four nights. Owners were great to deal with and great on the phone. Discount if you pay in cash - that's a nice offering. Dust lot, but it's Texas so that's expected. In many of the spaces, they've made a big square from landscape stones and provided a picnic table for you. You at least have some outside space to hang out in without having your feet in the dust - I haven't seen that in many parks. Plus there was a little tree by ours so it even got shade. Spaces are fairly close. We were able to park our truck next to our fifth wheel though so definitely not as tight as other places. The overnighter pull-thru row of sites is wide so easy in/out, and we were able to park our second vehicle behind our RV. Once your overnighter neighbors left, the views to the east and west were great! Pretty sunsets. Cute decor around the front and office. Your hookups are on a little concrete pad with a light. Be sure to put in your awning if you leave your rig and at night - the wind would come up about every night (but it didn't turn the park into a dustbowl, thankfully). Had a few bars of AT&T LTE; didn't use their Wifi.

     

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Route 66 RV Park

Edgewood, New Mexico

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Just an overnight stay. Dirt lot, so dust on everything. RV site was very tight in width, but a long pull-thru. Nearly had to walk sideways between your slides and your neighbors'. Didn't want to unhook truck so just dealt with the unlevel-ness of the site. Share a water spigot with your neighbor - we had to add another splitter to the existing splitter to be able to connect our hose. First words as we pulled in from the greeters, "you went the wrong way". There's about four roads off of the entrance - with signs next to two of them that say "stop here and call #### for assistance" so how are you to know which one they wanted you to go down? Were still able to get to our site just fine. No typical campground map given with info about what's closeby, just a square of paper with a couple rules and wifi password. Had 1-2 bars of AT&T LTE. Water in this town tastes terrible (nothing RV park can do about that). Appreciate that the owner called me back same-day after I called a left a voicemail about making a reservation. The long length of the pull thru was helpful. This place is perfectly adequate for an overnight stay, but in my opinion, too $ for what's provided.

     

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River Walk RV Park

San Antonio, Texas

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PROS: Easy to get to off of the interstate. We felt safe even though it is more of an industrial area. Sites are spacious, it's nice not being on top of your neighbor. Grass between sites too, and some trees. Staff was friendly at check-in. Bus going downtown was convenient. Navigating the park roads with a big rig is do-able, but not comfortable. Multiple bars AT&T-LTE. Wifi usable for surfing. NOT-SO-PROS: For most of the day/night there is noise from the business behind the RV park. I don't know what they do there, but it basically sounds like there's a large motorhome idling or pulling in a few sites down...constantly. If you're up closer to the road you may not hear this noise. We couldn't put our RV where we wanted to in the site due to the electricity being at the very back and over on a utility pole, and the water/sewer up where hookups typically are. We were able to use the hookups without extensions. What left a sour feeling for me was how my reservation was handled. When I called in, I described how we have a truck pulling a fifth wheel, plus an additional SUV pulling a small trailer. The person who assisted over the phone said we would have no problem fitting on the site (true). Said she'd charge the $38.70 nightly fee as a deposit. Great! Until I got the confirmation email... In the email was an extra vehicle charge of $10/night, making it $48.70/night. I have no problem with a business deciding they want to have extra charges for things, but at no time during the phone call was this mentioned. I called back as soon as I read the email, stating what the issue was for me and asked her to talk with management. She called back a bit later, and basically what I got was a shoulder shrug and "everyone charges for extra vehicles" so I should have expected that. I've been fulltiming for 3 years and this is the first time I have been charged for extra vehicles. I changed my reservation from 3 nights to 2. So just be sure to ask about any possible extras.

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Stayed here for two weeks while visiting family nearby and also the city of Austin. Great value for the location: worth driving 20-30 minutes to everything, to save about $20+ a night. The RV park was adequate. Had no problem getting to it without using toll roads. We're kind of unique. We have a dually truck, 40' fifth wheel, and a small SUV that we use to tow a flatbed trailer with two small motorcycles. The site we had from front to back just fit our fifth wheel, with a couple extra feet maybe. Luckily there was some width so we could park our truck and our SUV/trailer next to the fifth wheel. Once we did this though, there was no other "outdoor space." Our vehicles were right next to the hookups for our neighbors. You're not slide-to-slide here, but it's fairly close. There was an area for extra parking, and if you got into it early enough in the evening, you could park an extra vehicle there. It was actually nice to have a gravel site so we could put out our outdoor rug when we only had one vehicle on our site. No problems with dust even on the windy days. Hookups worked as intended. WiFi could be used to check email/some websites, with patience. Had 1 bar of AT&T LTE. Very quiet here; some highway noise only at night. Didn't use the laundry/showers/etc., since we have our own, plus those facilities are a bit of a trek across a field. The more transient sites are in an outer row, so we had a nice, grassy overlook. No trees so I can imagine it gets quite toasty in the summer. They have some cute western decor around (but note, I'm pretty sure the barrels are NOT for your garbage folks - just walk it to the dumpster). My favorite aspect of this RV park was how nice the owner lady was on the phone when taking my reservation. It's so rare sometimes to have a pleasant conversation where the person taking the reservation doesn't make you feel like you're wasting their time giving you their business. Kudos to this owner.

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Watch carefully for the entrance, it can be a bit hard to see. Their sign now is white with some of the writing in yellow. Very fancy entrance and office/lodge. Looks like they have a lot of amenities. We just stayed two nights to visit family so didn't use anything but the RV site. Pull thru site was VERY long which was awesome. We fit our F350 truck, 40' fifth wheel, and small SUV pulling a trailer with motorcycles all on one site in a row. Partial concrete, partial gravel. The concrete was broken but we were still able to level easily. Some trees around the sites which I'm sure comes in handy in the summer, but I was a bit concerned about scraping the RV when pulling in. Hookups worked as desired. Sites had breathing room between each other, and the campground wasn't very full and they spaced out the RVs that were there nicely. Go slow on the campground roads as they are a bit bumpy/pot holed in spots. Some interstate noise. Chatty birds in the mornings. AT&T cell service was good. Pretty easy drive to Dallas from here. We'd stay again.

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Yearly we drive from Arkansas to Iowa and back and this is our "stop over" spot. We have only ever spent one night at a time here. Campground is nice. The roads are good, the sites are good, hookups worked well. While it won't keep me from staying here, I do wish it was cheaper. :) I don't think the site is over-priced, we just personally don't use all of the amenities or hookups because we're only here for less than a day. Shorter-stay folks are put in the north part of the campground which is, I think, all pull-thru sites and there are no trees in this area. If you're staying more long-term I think you can get one of the nicer sites that's closer to the office and is tree-covered - and you don't have people pulling in and out around you all the time. Nice! Sites are gravel with a concrete slap/patio. Their WiFi worked well when we used it; I was impressed b/c that's usually not the case with campgrounds. The folks who answer the phones are always so nice, and are very welcoming when you arrive to the campground. We appreciate them watching for us and checking us in even after their normal office hours. Great place to be if you lose a vent cap or your water pump goes out because the dealership is a brief walk away. So you don't have to go far to solve a problem! Campground is right off the interstate so there is road noise, but it's so convenient. Seems like it's in the middle of nowhere, but I think 15 min or so down the highway you can find what you need in Joplin. AT&T cell service worked fine here.