About Good Vibes

We're retired and spend about half the year on the road. We are Habitat Care-A-Vanners so we combine some communal building with our travels.

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An RV park with trees always scares me with my 40' motorhome. This park does a very good job of keeping the trees trimmed so as not to cause issues with a large RV maneuvering around the park. There were two branches in our site that I was concerned about, and they promptly sent a maintenance fellow out to trim all the branches that were of a concern. There was plenty of room between sites and the pads were exceptionally level. The WiFi was slow at peak times, but otherwise worked fine. The cable provided more than 70 channels, but if you would like satellite, make sure you request one of the "dish-friendly" sites in the back. The campground was quiet during the night time hours and the staff was friendly and helpful.

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As mentioned, this an older, mostly mobile home village that has around 70 RV sites. The pull through sites are down the middle of the row, gravel and level. 50 amp service, water with two spigots and sewer connection at each site. No picnic table or fire pit. There are plenty of trees, however most of the sites had branches overhanging the site making it difficult to position the rig without the limbs interfering with the slides or awnings. The office is closed on the weekends, so if you will arrive after closing on Friday, make arrangements to get a key to the bathroom building when you call for a spot. This isn't a fancy park, but it's neat, tidy, quiet and a great value with the GS rate.

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Opted for one of the Lake View sites. The utilities are arranged so you pull straight in with a MH and back in with a 5th wheel or TT. Great views of the lake and the sites are full poured concrete with pea gravel around it. Picnic table and fire pit at each site. Significant portion of the sites are mobile homes although most were empty for our stay. Camp Host leads you to the site and will help you park. Roadways are wide enough to maneuver and the trees are kept trimmed off the road.

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The park is very well maintained and the staff is there to please. Site was paved, level and all the utilities worked as expected and were well positioned on the site. Staying in the RV park gets you access to the indoor hotel pool and fitness center at the nearby hotel. It is centrally located and within walking distance to the railway station and all of downtown Williams, AZ. Surprisingly little noise from the train tracks and I-40. The cable TV worked fine and the WiFi was accessible except those busiest times of the day. The PA discount made this park a tremendous value for our stay. Would definitely stay here again.

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This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed at since leaving Florida. When checking-in, we were given a ton of information about not only the park, but the surrounding area attractions and available services, like the closest car wash. The sites are very spacious with three walls around the patio that really help to block the view from the next site. Our site was a little un-level, but we were able to level the rig without having to use any blocking. The roads are gravel, but well maintained and plenty wide for turns with a tow vehicle. The bathrooms and showers were updated and very clean and tidy. There is a min and max required stay with PA but they then allowed us to use GS for the third night stay. I would stay here again for sure.

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Arrived on a Saturday, no answer and response to voicemails. Ended up just picking a site and filing out the registration, paying with a check and leaving it at the office. Very low water pressure (<25 psi). Long, gravel sites in the back. Appears to be a work in progress, since most of the newer sites have new plantings and only one sewer connection for two adjacent sites. Despite the new grading and gravel,the site isn't all that level. My rear was up and the stairs were almost on the ground. The bathroom/shower and laundry are all in one small building. Allows access for only one person. If you are self contained it's no issue.

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As other reviewers have noted, the sites are tight at best. We asked for a site on the far side with 50 amp service. When we checked in, there was a bit of a sigh when I said we had a 40' motorhome with four slides. The comment was, "The manufacturers have to stop building these huge units." To that end, he put us in site #1 so there was plenty of space and we just moved over to make sure there was plenty of space between us and the site next to us. The actual pad was way too small for a 40' motor home. Recommend disconnecting the toad before heading to the site. Lots of room just past the check-in area to park and disconnect. The bathrooms were updated, but not super clean. no towels or blow dryers for you hands at the sink. Nothing special, but since we're self contained, it was an okay place to stay.

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Access is excellent with gravel roads and sites. The sewer connection had been sawed off with a PVC cap and there were no threads. Good grouping of utilities. There is a nice concrete patio with picnic table and lattice cover. The water valve leaked, but the water pressure was at least 50 psi. The host camper is what I'd call a "character." Friendly and helpful, but opinionated. Lots of dust and wind, but hey, this is West Texas.

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This is a good place to stay if you are going to Big Bend NP. It's a haul up to the park, but then everything in that area is a ways away from everything else. There is both regular and diesel fuel available at the General Store, but I fueled up at Alpine before going south to the campground. There is no campground map on the website, but they are suppose to be working on it. The sites are situated with the utilities between two sites, so you alternate nose to tail. If I would have known, I would have asked for a site that pulls in so your nose is pointing North-East. Much better for the patio side to have the shade late in the day. The wind is incredible, so opening your patio awning is not an option until the winds die down. The pool isn't heated and when we were there, the water temp would turn your ankles blue after a few minutes. They cater to lots of rallies and the parking spots on the North side are used for those rigs. Limited number of sites with cable TV access. The WiFi was okay, but slow depending on the number of users. Very limited cell service in most of the area, including the NP. We often only had 1 or 2 dots on our Verizon service.

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As mentioned in other reviews, the RV park is quite a ways back, although the roads are paved and well maintained. There are some overhanging trees that you have to cross over into the other lane to avoid. The pull-in site was level and the utilities were well grouped. An excellent place to stop, and a great value for an overnight stop.

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After making the reservation on-line and using the PA rate, we were all set for a week at the resort. On checking-in, they said they would give us a "first time customer deal" for only $99 per week. They then took the PA 50% discount so we ended up paying only $11 per night. The campground had cleared out of their "Winter Texans" and we got a spot in the new section by the lake. The 50 amp CB was weak and kept tripping, so I plugged into the next site and left a message at the office. The next morning, a maintenance person showed up and changed the CB. The only downside to this location at the resort is it is close to the highway and there is a lot of road noise.

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This is a park that caters to full time residents during the winter. The access roads and pads were all paved and the utilities were grouped well. The only knock on this park is the overgrown vegetation. If you are going to advertise as "big rig" then you had better be trimming the overhanging trees and shrubs so they don't impact the roadways and sites. The host actually had to get two straps to pull the shrub together so we could open our entry door. The hosts seemed afraid to trim the shrubs since they weren't the "owners." Too bad because it was a nice place for a pull-through overnight.

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Easy access from I-10. Sites are adequate in size, we were able to park our 40' coach and car. There were branches hanging over the site that would have interfered with our slide. The host came out and cut the offending branches off. The bathrooms were clean and updated. Good strong Verizon signal and local WIFI available.

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The Park doesn't take reservations, but if you call them enroute they will tell you if there are sites available. We were looking for a pull through for a short overnight and they had 4 sites open right near the office. They are located close to I75 with good on-off access. The entrance is nicely paved and wide. Sites are level with good utility location and grouping. No cable, but TV antenna reception was good. There is a large pond with ducks and geese. The rail tracks are close-by and the trains are fairly noisy. We had 6 trains go by during the 16 hours we were there, but only one late at night. The water pressure was only about 35psi and tasted like it was treated. An excellent value for a quick overnight.

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This park is right off of US80 East of Columbus but convenient to Ft. Benning, downtown and the Chattahoochee River. The entrance is a little narrow with some potholes and two big rigs passing would be tight. It looks like many of the sites are seasonal, but kept up for the most part. We had a nice pull through with full hook-ups near the office. The site was level with well located utilities. Cable reception was very good and the Verizon signal was strong.