Markk

No Avatar
  • Review Count 46
  • States Reviewed 19
  • Helpful Reviews 12

User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

We very much enjoyed our 29 day stay. We had reservations so didn't have to move once during our stay. The paved sites with separating grass strips and hedges are very nice and generous in length and width. The trees have grown over the years and likely provide shade in the summer but all seem to be trimmed to avoid problems rubbing on the coach. We had an interior site so construction noise wasn't an issue for us. All the utilities worked well. The wifi is amongst the best ever encountered. A couple of the cable channels were a little grainy. Street lighting is great for security and while walking the dogs at night on the paved roads. Improvements have been made to the fenced dog park. Unfortunately some of the owners of the biggest dogs fail to pick up. Maybe it is because their piles are too large to go in the provided doggie bags but still no excuse. The pool and spas are wonderful. The rest rooms are spotless. The staff is extremely friendly. The adjacent gas/diesel station is handy. We appreciate the drive-thrus by security. This is our third year. Average rate is based upon a 29 day stay in a Deluxe site using Passport America and includes $5 a week for each of three dogs. The Premium and Executive sites come with a picnic table but are pricier.

Date of Stay:

Third stay and each time we stay longer and still wish that we had stayed even longer yet. We love it and our dogs love it. Most pet friendly RV Resort that we have ever visited and our littlest dog is depressed that we are no longer there and she can no longer go to the large fenced dog park and visit all the other small dogs. We love all the activities at the park and all the amenities especially the gym and the lap pool. Sites are gravel and large with a concrete patio. Water, sewer, electric and cable is good. WiFi is the only weak point, gets overloaded during peak hours to the point of being unable to connect, slow and/or drop offs. Except for one area of the park, the paved roads are well lit making evening walks around the park looking at the high end casitas and coaches enjoyable. The entire park is fenced with a gated entry with security. Your GPS may send you way north into the farm fields. With stays over 30 days electricity is separate. Rate shown is the sum of the base rate plus electric divided by the number of days. Electricity is expensive at over $.15 per kwh so electricity cost can really jump depending upon consumption.

Date of Stay:

Nice wide gravel back-in sites with concrete patio, paved area for parking toad and bright night light right at door for front door motorhomes. No fenced dog park but overall pet friendly. Friendly campers with activities. Paved roads, clean gravel and concrete patio contributed to great cleanliness. Private bathrooms with sink, shower and toilet. Nice indoor pool and spa. Good wifi. There is cable but over-the-air seemed to have as many or more channels. Quiet within the park with security patrol during the night but some aircraft noise during the day. Back-ins are 90 degrees to the road and space between patio and sewer connection is fairly tight. Escort is concerned about sewer connect so can have you rub tires on patio if you don't have another guide on passenger side. It was in the 20's at night when we stayed there and bathroom interiors were pretty cool. Finding a nice, reasonably priced, pet friendly rv park during the winter in Tucson for a short stop over seemed to be a challenge but this park fit the bill. Rate was with Passport America.

Date of Stay:

Rating will depend upon site assigned. Was offered two sites and mistakenly did not pick the end site not next to a permanent. Had a long pull through between two other rigs, one an apparent permanent. The sites are narrow and as another reviewer noted, they alternate directions. The advantage is that you don't see your neighbors sewer hose when you walk out the door but you share the grass strip with your neighbor. My neighbor had his stuff in the yard and his mid-door 5th wheel door was pretty much directly across from my front motorhome door so you could almost walk into each other if you both exited at the same time. I had only pulled in far enough to clear the toad from the road since the shared utility strip has a nice centrally located sewer connect already used by my other neighbor and then another sewer connect at the far end requiring 30' or more of sewer hose depending upon how far forward you pull. Both coaches crowd the utility strip so it is tricky walking with your and your neighbors sewage, electrical, cable and water lines. So if you can get an end site you will avoid the disadvantages on one side. Other then my one neighbor starting his diesel truck at 4AM every morning everything was good including wifi, clean bathrooms, big shower rooms, good sized dog park and two picnic tables shared with your neighbor. Rate was with Passport America.

Date of Stay:

Great park for an overnight or two with Passport America membership. Base rate with passport is $11 but we paid $2 more to run the AC since it was 80 degrees and $2 more for 60 channels of cable. We were assigned premium site 56, a long gravel pull through with concrete patio and picnic table. Paved roads but some pot holes so drive slow. Didn't use restrooms or laundry. Fenced dog park was spotless. Not sure if permanents use dog park. Far enough from I10 to be quiet. Good electric, water and sewer although sewer cover was just pulled up ground to access.

Date of Stay:

Great park with Passport America. Paved roads and concrete pull-thru pads with picnic table located in a pecan orchard. All tree limbs were well above our coach. Should provide shade in the summer but all leaves were off this time of year. Good centrally located utilities, wifi, cable. Large fenced horse pasture used for dog park. Very nice private toilet, shower, sink rooms with separate controls for lighting, AC, heat, ventilation. Little road noise from adjacent road. About 36 miles from Fredericksburg. Only concern was written rules. After pulling into site, dropping leveling jacks, extending slides and shutting off engine, glanced at rules and saw that pads were to be used under all motorhome jacks. Noted that other short term visitors missed this rule. In hindsight it probably would have been better if pads had been used under the rear jacks since pad sloped upwards and jacks had to be almost fully extended on the rear. Ideally the need for pads should have been mentioned at check in, if they were important but nothing was mentioned during our stay. Rate was with Passport America.

Date of Stay:

Spacious pull-thru concrete pad with separating grass strips. Centrally located utilities with large rocks surround to prevent any mud. All utilities including wifi and cable worked well. Very quiet area with large surrounding fence and coded entry gate. Wide concrete roads for easy big rig maneuvering. Nice paved sidewalk around lake with center fountain. Doggy bags with drop-offs located around the park. Beautiful club house with extremely nice private shower rooms. Walk-in pool and hot tub were wonderful. Large fenced dog park. Check in was slightly delayed due to only one staff and being very busy even with half the pull-thrus closed apparently due to a foundation issue being corrected. Major project underway cutting concrete and excavating. Rate was with a good sam discount. Very nice park roughly 2 miles from I10.

Date of Stay:

So very clean. Concrete pad, concrete patio, paved roads, grass strip between sites. Fairly close spacing to neighbor and neighbors sewer hose. Clean and spacious private toilet/sink/shower rooms. Good wifi, electric, water. Cable tv requires a cable box supplied by the park. We're used to connecting the box ahead of our coach cable system with two long cables through a slightly opened window to the cable box without messing with the cables connected to the tv. No picnic table. No fenced dog park. Many A&M fans leave their coaches here so call ahead for reservations. Very helpful Manager with important information. Some road noise but not bad. Rate was with Good Sam discount.

Date of Stay:

Our site was a level gravel pull through with concrete patio, concrete sidewalk, tall shade trees, picnic table, good electric, water, sewer, wifi and in the lower part of the park. Cable was available with a cable box but over-the-air channels worked fine. Small fenced dog park in upper part of park, Private rest rooms with showers. Many people seem to leave their coaches there for use on football weekends so getting a spot without advance reservations was very iffy. Very quiet midweek. Washers were $1.50, Dryers were $1.25 for 45 minutes+. Bargain rate was with Passport America membership.

Date of Stay:

Was initially disappointed that none of the pull thrus close to the front of the park were available but the back-in site assigned far back in the park had its advantages. Nice concrete pad. Our site was not underneath any trees. Farther from road noise. Water, electric, wifi worked good. No picnic table. No fenced dog park. Dogs picked up quite a few burrs when being walked. A few unleashed dogs in the back of the park. Biggest problem being so far back in the park was that the dumpsters, laundry and rest rooms are all far away in the front of the park.

Date of Stay:

Long gravel/rock/grass/mud sites with wide grass separation. Good electric. Far distant train and highway sound. Dogs didn't seem to get any burrs in their feet while being walked. Good cable TV with $100 deposit cable box. That's where the good ends. Extremely slow WiFi/Internet. Hose bibs are below grade and at our site the dirt hole was almost too small to connect a hose and then filled with water. Other reviewer commented about smell of distant refinery but it was more likely the odor given off by all of the upcapped sewer connections. Placed a chunk of concrete over those on the adjacent sites. No picnic tables. Office doesn't open until 11 AM so must wait until then to obtain $100 cable box deposit refund. Showers cost an additional $5 at the office. Site surfaces vary from smooth to rutted with 3" rocks.

Date of Stay:

Gravel pull through site just long enough to accomodate 35' coach and toad. They offer 5 or 6 different site options, 30/50/water/ electric/ sewer each with different rates. Main road was a little muddy with the rain. Grass separation between sites, two picnic tables and two fire pits. Park was arranged so that each rv alternated directions so that doors face each other. Good wifi and electric. There was a pool of water around the water spigot. Big dog park with unique concrete pad at entrance. So many dog parks have a muddy entrance and this concrete pad idea was great. Big leafy trees but we had a site that was not under a tree. Some train noise. Clean bathrooms. Roomy shower stall but dressing area at end was tiny. Used end of shower stall for dressing. Rate was for a water/electric site only with Good Sam discount.

Date of Stay:

Paved roads, gravel sites, grass separation. Pull through was adequate length for coach and toad. Our site was level but other sites were noted to have some slope. Good electric, water, sewer, wifi. Cable connection was grainy but allowed reception of all three main networks. Centrally located street light. No fenced dog park but lots of area for walking dogs although there are a few burrs. Some highway and train noise but not objectionable. Shell service station at entrance of park. No picnic table the first night but a picnic table was there the second night. Rate was with a Good Sam discount.

Date of Stay:

High point are close to 100 clear channels of cable tv and being far enough from I70 that traffic noise is minimal. Wifi worked good in site 4. Fair sized fenced dog park. Sites are gravel pull throughs ranging from long to very long with thin grass strip separation. Electric and water were good. Shower stalls were a little larger then last KOA but not in private rooms. Easy on and off I70. Trees around perimeter of park provide shade and wind block. Newly painted picnic table and block concrete patio at site.

Date of Stay:

Very quiet, treed, spacious, terraced gravel sites. Far different then the typical parking lot rv parks. With their acceptance of Passport America, it is a real bargain. The only drawback is the location being a ways out from downtown Colorado Springs and no ATT service. We had site 25 which was a very spacious long pull through with trees but the trees have been carefully trimmed to avoid any contact. There was a new wifi antenna directly adjacent to the site resulting in excellent wifi. Cable tv worked good. All other utilities worked good. Spacious private bathrooms. Large fenced dog park. A lot of motion detecting lighting that comes on when needed. Rate was based on average of one night of passport america and one night of full rate.