Rate reflects membership price. This was a members only park which sold in Nov 2013. They continue to honor memberships for now but that will change in April 2014. Park is under new ownership and they are making an effort to improve it, taking care of repairs as needed. and sprucing it up. Nice riverfront access. Most of the sites are plenty big for even the largest big rig. All the park is gravel/sand. Several of the washing machines and dryers were not working but management said they would get that problem solved asap. They are trying to do things right and have their hands full after years of neglect by the previous owner. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lousy Internet. Had to wait for probably one half hour for check in as the manager was doing real estate with a client. Not a lot of shade. Right on the river, but views were not good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Main office closes at 4, but night host was very helpful. Hookups were in an awkward spot for our configuration (we wanted to stay hooked up) so they allowed us to reverse our direction on the site. Very nice access to river. Looked like lots of activities available, including breakfast (we didn't go). We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for a week. Nice park, big sites. Some trees, nice path along the river. Pool was nice. Hot tub was out of order the entire time we were here. Lots of planned activities. Pizza wagon, good pizza with reasonable prices. 4 miles to Blythe for any shopping (nothing in Ehrenberg) Pilot J at same exit with RV pumps. Staff is very friendly. ROD so we stayed for free. Sites along the river are for WH members only. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice spot on the river. Can put your canoe in easily. Nice walk around the park on the river. Cable was available for a $2.00 extra fee per night. Roads were not well maintained gravel, and in need of repair. Very nice pool and spa. Rate is RPI. Each site has cement pad and barbecue grill. Office staff was pleasant. Coffee in the clubhouse every morning, and exercise classes looked like fun. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent staff assistance - even led us to our site following their golf cart! Located near the Colorado River but difficult to get a riverside site if you're not a member of the system. All services worked well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our nightly rate reflects CampClub USA 50% discount and we would stay here again. The campground has gravel roads and campsites with concrete pads and curbs. Small but adequate shade trees are on nearly every site. A keypad code is used to enter the campground site area. The pool is heated but is a long walk uphill and is accessed only through the office building. The laundry facilities are exceptionally nice with an adjoining lounge, complete with television and comfortable seating. Machines appear to be well maintained and the cost is reasonable ($1.25/$1.50). Access to the Colorado River is available to guests. While we were here, a "Pizza" trailer was available with a surprisingly good menu and reasonable prices. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice place to stay when traveling on I-10 through Arizona and California. Long and wide pull through sites for my 40' motorhome pulling a toad. Hook ups are a little awkward being towards the front of the site, but my 25' long electric cable was just enough. This is a membership campground and we camped here with our ROD membership. The $5 fee I paid was for very good cable TV and Wi-Fi. Very friendly and helpful staff who will go out of their way to help if you have a problem: which I had. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff are very friendly and helpful. The facilities at this park are kept very clean and seem to be well maintained. We visited here via our RPI membership. There are organized activities, a spaghetti dinner ($5) and a Thanksgiving dinner ($10) were available as well as Sunday breakfast and ice cream socials. Park is quiet and there is a green belt along the river side of the park as well as boat launch ramp and small beach area for fishing. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We used our Western Horizon membership. We were in a back-in on the river and enjoyed watching the water and water crafts. Pretty quiet and not many people. Not much to do in the area. Quartsite about 20 miles. Blythe, CA around 4 miles. Personnel friendly and helpful. Will probably be many years before we stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Western Horizon Park and we camped here as members. We stayed in a good sized, pull through with an easy walk to the river. 50 amp, WiFi, and cable TV included in the rate. Not much going on this time of year and it's very hot. We ran the AC most of the time. Park is clean, but roads are badly in need of repair. Good place to stay one or two nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed on our RPI membership so the price reflects that. The park was clean. Not many sites were in use. Because we were only staying overnight they offered us either a pull through or a back-in right on the river. We chose the river. Although bushes do somewhat block the view, we were able to sit out on the grass and enjoy the river view. The friendly host recommended a great pizza place just down the street. As we were leaving they met us at the gate to collect the registration card and thanked us for the visit and asked us to come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All gravel roads & sites but sites have cement curbs to mark them and a small cement patio. Good sized pull though sites. Sprint air card worked but was slow. No problems with rooftop dish getting TV signal. Back in sites along the river had nice view. Pool was cold; we were told they were waiting for another heater. Hot tub was good. No road noise. Lots of campgrounds in the area. Good restaurant called River House 2 miles east on the same road the campground is on. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here two nights. Rate reflects Coast to Coast membership price. Nice campground. All gravel sites. Can walk to see the river but only a few sites can actually see the river from their sites. Not much around to do. Went to Blythe, CA for groceries. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 4 nights and found it to be a very pleasant experience. The office staff was friendly and helpful. Our site was long and level and could handle both 40' MH and car easily. The pool was beautiful and entire pool area well kept and clean. Park grounds are well kept and tidy. We stayed with a ROD membership and the price paid was for the extra fee for 50 amp service. We agreed to listen to a sales pitch about Western Horizons membership. We declined, but the presentation was not high pressure by any means. We plan to stay here again in March 2010. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is for a non-member overnight stop. This is a Western Horizons resort and allows non-members an overnight "safety" stop at one night maximum. We stayed on a 3 night promotional deal. Listen to a 90 minute, only a medium pressure sales pitch. Roads and sites were gravel. Concrete patio but placed at center of site. Not particularly good for motorhomes or many pull units. Sites were adequately long and very nicely spaced. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV, although the channel guide was 3 years out of date. This is still a very good overnight stop or longer stay if you are a member of WH or affiliated group. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayer here under RPI. The park lies on the banks of the Colorado River and provides a large paved boat ramp for launching watercraft. There is also a well maintained heated pool and two hot tubs. There is a centrally located nice large club house used for meals, games and the occasional presentation. There is also an adjoining laundry room (one washer is a front-loader) that includes a small sitting area where you can watch TV or work on a puzzle while you wait. The park also has a separate Activities Center that includes a library (not an exchange) with a great selection of books, a pool table and a separate room where crafts are offered. The park offers a pretty full schedule of activities each week and is an easy drive to the towns of Blythe, California and Quartzsite, Arizona. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This appear to be a well organized campground. It is clean and tidy and both toilets and showers were cleaner than the average sites we normally visit. Pool and spa was working and in a clean condition. We had the pull-through site closest to the pool, and we unfortunately had frequent and not very pleasant odors passing our site. We will be back some other time for short stops, but we wouldn't stay here for any length of time because the surrounding area is not all that interesting, although fairly close to Quartzsite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed here on a 4day/3night free pass to see what the Western Horizons club was all about. The campground was neat and the spaces were spacious enough. I was given a pull-through site that was long enough that I didn't even have to pull my car off the dolly if I didn't want to. I was hoping to do a little swimming at the river but when I walked down there (with my dog), it was very muddy and no real beach to speak of. I never did make it to the pool as it is up at the top of the hill. The first day I was there my thermometer read 121 degrees so the idea of the pool was scrapped considering the walk I had to make to get to it. It is a boring place to be. The only store is the Flying J which is completely insane after 11am. As big as this place was, I think there were all of 10 campers there at the time I was there. The roads were wide enough for me to drive my 36' Motorhome around with a tow on the back. Everything seemed to be kept up well and clean enough. I asked to stay an additional night on my Camp Club USA membership and was told I was not allowed. I would have had to pay full rate to stay longer, so I opted to leave thus the reason for my rating. I have never met such unaccommodating folks in all my camping expeditions. You would think that a park that is 98% empty would be happy to have my business, but that was not the case here. I was happy to leave. I guess I got what I paid for, nothing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Western Horizons park. Same waste of time as 4 months ago. Rules unevenly enforced (especially speed limit). There is a stop sign at the entrance that you almost cannot avoid running over in order to get into the security gate (which, by the way, has an access code box located so that there is no way to reach it from a motorhome toll window). Typical, low-grade Western Horizons park -- low quality, squalid location, and just plain company-centered, customer-can-take-it-or-leave-it mentality. We used it for an overnighter, and it is still a disappointment. Management has obviously not responded to any feedback left last visit on the way through -- for example; four months later and the change machine in the laundry room is still OUT OF ORDER, forcing one to walk up a very long, and steep hill to get change from the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Western Horizons park and it is just a complete waste of time. Nothing to do here unless you consider nearby Blythe and Quartsite, otherwise not close to anything. Out in the middle of nowhere. A gravel pit. Facilities reasonably maintained. Pool was located WAY UP A HILL far away from any of the sites, and the only ammenity worth mentioning. Looked more like an abandoned KOA than any kind of "resort". The smell of sewage eminating from the centally-located sewage holding area was present every night. Even the manager admited that the stench was "normal" and "a fact of life for this resort, given the proximity to the facility's sweage treatment area." WESTERN HORIZONS is a membership organization so be circumspect before you invest. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here with Coast to Coast, so the rate wasn't too bad. Agree about the "evening breeze" which passes along the septic fumes. Not good. No WiFi, no real beach, except for a mud/swamp type area. No real support facilities. Staff was friendly enough. Next time we go to Quartzsite, we will dry camp at the nicer improved BLM sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I'm giving this park a neutral rating seeing as it was an emergency overnight stay to make repairs on my fifth wheel. Didn't get around to doing anything & left right after repairs were completed for our reservations at Sunrise Resorts in Page Springs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped there in the winter so our experience may differ from other reviews but we found the park acceptable. Nice access to the beach, beach is rocky and when water level is lower it might be muddy. If you have a boat or jet ski you can put in right here and find a sandy beach on the river. Wifi is $15/week but some sites can bootleg a signal from the trailer park next door. All roads are dirt and gravel, all sites are gravel. Can be dusty - no signs of the park using dust control measures - but speed limit is 5 MPH. Park rules prohibit use of ATVs or dirt bikes in park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Would not stay here again. The activity director was a foul-mouthed abusive alcoholic who
actually yelled at one camper for asking another how long they would be there. One of the sales people doubled as a cleaning lady however was always late and complaining about the younger girl that was always doing her job. She was very rude. The only good thing about this park was the night hosts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
If you are looking for a place for 55+ RV sites, this is it. Don't come here if you are a family. There is little to do and not much to keep children busy. No real beach access, just muddy shores. No Wifi, only two modem ports, both in busy club house.
We camped here in a Motorhome.
A small oasis of grass & shade trees, in a city of dirt RV sites. Loving care by managers shows. Clean bathrooms and showers. One end of the park borders the Colorado River. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose the RV site closest to the Colorado river. Wonderful view and easy access to the river for us and for our 2 dogs. I liked the fact that most all of the RV sites are lawn/grass rather than paved or gravel. This gave it a fresh, clean feel to each site. With trees, grass and the river, it was a great place to stay and we'd definitely stay here again. Electricity is paid separately from the nightly rate. We paid $5.00 for one night electricity on top of the daily rate. I was OK with this but I thought I'd mention it here. That is their policy. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First off, this RV Park came under new management in the summer of 2011 so any write-ups prior to then should be ignored. We stayed here twice in Jan 2-12 on our way to and from the Mesa Area. This is a well-run park which is kept clean. The sites are grass and large. The management was very helpful which made our stay enjoyable. If I had one negative, which is minor, it would be the fact that they charged for Wi-Fi, but I was informed they are upgrading their system which will provide more TV channels and better, and I hope free, Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
New management is very friendly. The first night we came back to our trailer there was a note to contact him and he would level our unit . He is extra helpful. Park is only park we found with green grass, watered regularly. Wonderful, very clean pool. We are 2 retired ladies and have been here 9 days and enjoyed it very much. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very well maintained campground in a beautiful setting on the Colorado River. Mostly grassed sites with some shade trees. Good services. Very friendly and helpful staff. Would use again for an overnight stay. Wi-Fi costs extra. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They gave our site away to a short term, higher rate renter. We had been here for two months and went to the office to renew an agreed upon, month on monthly stay. I was told by the management that I had not given enough notice. This was 4 days before our second month was up. I asked, since we had already spent two months here, how much notice was required. She was unable to answer me. This park is not customer friendly. A management shake-up is definitely in order! My 71 year old wife parked our truck in front of the laundry to make it a little easier to carry the clothes in, she has arthritis. Mgmt came running out from the office and shouted at her to move her truck, she could not park there. My wife explained that it would just be a moment so she could carry the laundry in. Mgmt shouted, “Now. I said move it now!” Upon arrival we were told not to leave our BBQ outside as it might be stolen. There is no security and people can, and do, walk in from the public road adjacent to the park. During our stay, a bicycle and a boat were stolen. You are not allowed to have a mat in front of your steps due to grass cutting. This means that you are forever vacuuming the carpet to get grass cuttings off. The RV park is about 70% covered in brown grass. The other 30% turns to mud during irrigation. Still, no mat to wipe your feet! We had a monthly rate of about $350 plus 18 cents a kilowatt hour. Our first weekly electricity bill was $63. Try as hard as we might, we could not get it below $30 - $32 a week. There is no mail service. You cannot have mail sent from the RV Park, nor can you receive it. You must go downtown and open a letter box or use GD. The previous write-ups are accurate. All sites do slope down hill. The roads are very difficult to maneuver on. A neighbor had their car side mirror broken by a motor home trying to maneuver into a site. The problem is that you have to park your car, truck, ATV, and boats on the road. So, both sides are filled with vehicles. When we left, I had to get two RV'ers to move their trucks, plus get somebody to help me move a steel picnic table off of the road so that I could get out. So why did we stay so long? We met nice campers and carry that friendship on to this day. Would I stay here again? No way! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The entrance was interesting getting in with a HDT and 35 ft 5th wheel. Had to go into the incoming lane to make the turn so I won't run the trailer tires over the curb. It was Sunday, and the office was closed. Site was not level side to side and front to back. You have to have a code for the Wi-Fi, and there is a charge. I refused to pay for Wi-Fi. At the price they charge it should have been included. I agree with the last poster, getting out could be interesting with a "Big Rig" if there are lots of "toys" on the interior roads. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fortunately, we reserve only one night and it was the final night of our winter RV trip. This place did not live-up to its web site profile and the most recent reviews. This place is not a resort. The previous reviews giving this RV Park a score of four are a better reflection of the park. The sites are spacious, 40 x 60, with a few small trees and a table. The access roads are concrete and the sites are short mowed grass. Rule number one here is do not park your tow vehicle on the grass. Specific parking rules require parking vehicles on the adjacent access road. This gave us considerable problems of pulling into a pull-through site. Parked vehicles including large size trucks decrease the width of the road for turning big rigs into a site. Rule number two is no ground mats. They may hurt the grass. Which is crazy when a 20,000 pound motor homes is parked on the grass. Bare spots are numerous where the RV is parked. It was easy to track in dirt and wet grass blades into our motor home. Twenty-five of the sites are occupied by park models. Sites available for an RV are sloped downward towards the river. None are level. Our site had depressions and we were not able to properly level the motor home. The sewer hook-up is up hill on each site. We arrived on a Sunday when the office was closed. Thus we did not have the code for the restrooms. The swimming pool was covered and appeared not to be available for use. Wi-Fi is available for a $100.00 charge per day. There is a five-dollar a day electric fee in addition to the daily fee. The clubhouse is small with little to nothing to offer. The place does have access to the river and maybe its a gem in comparison to other nearby RV Parks. We stayed here for one night. We will not return to this RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. With great staff, and wonderful campers. I would have given it a 10 except it is removed from Grocery stores and National Monuments. But if the rating was based on “Bang for your Buck,” this is a TEN. Previous reports of “Dead Grass” have been corrected. They also completed an irrigation re-pipe while I was there so it should be even better next spring. I travel full time and now I’m traveling alone, so I was touched that the more permanent campers held holiday dinners for those of us that were alone. I was there for Thanksgiving and Christmas and it was “Bring a side Dish” but they provided the Turkey and Ham. I won’t give them too many more accolades or I won’t be able to find a space there next year. I forgot to mention they have their own boat ramp. [I Camped there at the monthly rate] We camped here in a Motorhome.
Finally, a park that is a true resort. This park is completely concrete paved and all backin sites have concrete pads, which are huge. Their pull through sites all all grass. Their Wi-Fi is very new and not too good yet, but they do have phone hookups for dial up connections. Their cable TV is fine. There are three main roads, with plenty of turning room and getting around corners room for any size rig. The pool and spa are wonderful, and the restrooms and showers were sparkling clean and very roomy. They also have a boat ramp to the river open during the summer months. There are a few park models in the park, that can be rented. Our resort hosts were the nicest hosts we have ever encountered. They were always available for any questions and they would have your LP tank filled almost instantly. This resort has campers returning year after year and I hesitate to tell you all about this hidden gem for fear of not being able to get our own reservation for next year ourselves. If you want to visit Quartzsite, Parker, or even Laughlin Nevada: they are easy drives to each area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here just overnight but it seems like a much better park than previous reviews would indicate. The sites are large (although not entirely level) and grass. The park is clean and the woman who checked us in (don't know if she's the owner or a manager) was friendly and helpful. The cable tv is good; only downside I saw in services is the lack of wi-fi, but we don't use it anyway. There were several people (I suspect long-term residents) who drove through at speeds considerably in excess of the posted speed limit. The interior roads are nicely paved, which might seem to encourage speeding. We would stay here again. They are no longer Camp Club participants but do give a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean and friendly park. However, the grass was brown and forever being tracked in the RV. We spent Nov. and Dec. here. Your only 17 miles from Quartsite and that is just about it for activities. Town of Blythe, Ca. is only grocery store around. Although a Wal-Mart was in the making. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We reserved one month in advance along with five other couples. When the first two RVs arrived the office clerk could not ascertain which spots were available, sent one of us to a location already full and after some conversations located an available site. Four of the six couples had planned to stay one month so this was not a group of one night stands. We asked about hours for pool and spa and were told the hours were 9AM to 9 PM. We were never advised by the staff the pool has been out of service for several weeks or that the spa was less than 90 degrees. We were not advised the water lines were being worked on and upon pulling into our site there was no water available for some time. Other guests advised the water has frequently been unavailable for several hours with no advance notice. The guest in the next lot advised she had attempted to do laundry but the frequent water outages made this very difficult. The sites are dried, brown grass. The campgrounds are clean, the laundry room is small but clean. There are no signs indicating where the laundry is located so one must rely on fellow campers for guidance. The price (33.00 plus 4.10 for electricity plus tax) is higher than any other campground we have visited in the past five weeks in Arizona. If having a pool, spa and grassy site as promised in the literature is important, this campground is not currently delivering as advertised. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
While this campground has all the amenities we were looking for, we were disappointed in the manager (apparently new in 2005). She seemed at a loss as how to deal with people or isssues. The pool was closed more than open. Many couples who had come for the season ended up leaving for another park in the area. Unfortunate because with a different manager, we would have rated this park at least a 9. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
A three year old park and very, very nice. Each site is 40 by 60 feet and on grass. Wide, paved streets. Very clean restrooms and laundry. And you can even wash your rig on your site! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
This is a new park with all grass, lots a new trees planted, nice boat launch ramp and picnic area right on
the Colorado River. Nice wide concrete driveways. You park your rig on the grass. Nice people. We camped here in a camper.