Date of Stay: May, 2015
Grass? What grass? Must be confusing this with a different place. So many foxtails and other weeds, burrs, ant poison, etc. I was afraid to walk my dog. Lots of microtrash. I had to clean laundry before use. As workampers since 2009, we would be fired if we let our parks go like this. Office staff was good.
Date of Stay: October, 2009
This is a typical California Thousand Trails campground. It's very dirty, poorly kept sites full of goat thorns, hard to get into sites and not big rig friendly. We find a site that we could fit into after driving around the park for 45 minutes. We started to set-up only to find that the site was full of goat thorns as were all that other sites at this campground. We left the same day due to all of the goat thorns and poorly kept up sites. We will not be going back to this campground.
Date of Stay: October, 2006
This is a wonderful park! Very nice, spacious, clean sites with mature trees and extremely clean facilities. The bathrooms/showers were extremely clean and comfortable, although not close to the actual RV sites. They had more washers/dryers than we've ever seen anywhere. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Our dog enjoyed the dog corral where she could run around safely off-leash. They even have a space for horses (it's also a "horse hotel"). The well stocked store had perishables and all the RV incidentals, including video tapes and DVDs for rent. Coffee offered in the mornings in front of the koi pond was extremely pleasant. AND they're only a block away from various RV services (RV wash, tires, service, etc., there's a big truck stop) and a good restaurant. When we return to Kingman, Blake Ranch will be the FIRST place we'll stop. We would strongly recommend Blake Ranch to anyone. P.S. They're continuing to make improvements too!