This campground is right along the Colorado River. We planned on staying a week. After one night we drove around and looked for someplace else and moved on the next day. When making the reservation we stated we were staying a week and they placed us in a lot that was the most unappealing. There was several nice lots and if we were placed in one we would have stayed. However there is very little to do in the area. Couldn't wait to leave. - Camping4Family Fun
We've stayed here several times as Coast to Coast members. They are no longer Coast to Coast, but are a "Good Neighbor Park", $15. We have always managed to stay on a river site at no extra charge. Now they charge an extra $15 per night for river side sites. They also now charge extra for 50 amps and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi was $2 per night per connection. Not sure if they will still be a Good Neighbor Park or not, so the rates will probably change. With all the add ons, we may not come back. Will give them credit for trying to improve. - vwbluestar
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. - suzwoodard
We arrived when the office was closed but the manager was quick to come see if we needed help, great service! We wanted a different site than what was assigned, no problem. We came back to the office after 2 pm, once it was open, and checked in.
Wide roads easy to maneuver and park. You park on grass so level may be an issue, we found blocks under tires were needed but no big deal. Overall a pleasant stay. - RDRV
This is a very nice park w/very wide spaces, 2 rows of drive on grass sites, the end rows had back in w/concrete pad & backs up to other RV campgrounds on either side. We were in site A27 which is a bit more costly because it is at the very end & has a great river view with lots of grass & privacy. Very nice managers, laundry room was clean & pretty inexpensive. The reason it didn't get a 10 is because of lousy WiFi at our site and they charge for it ($1 day, but discounted to .50 appreciated). They also charge for electric based on meter reading for this site, some of the others are $7 a day. They have free cable TV; however it's via a box which you have to connect inside. If you don't have satellite or easy access to the back of your TV be prepared & have lots of length of cable to run from the pole to your RV ($60 deposit for box). My husband said the men's bath was clean, the women's not so great, 2 shower stalls, the curtains need to be replaced & one of the floors is in sorry shape, I give the bathrooms a 4. The park is Very dog friendly so that's a 10 for us. Looked like the best place compared to the others we saw. - loves to camp w/dogs
We had business in Blythe and were not excited about the prospect of spending a couple of days there, so were pleasantly surprised by this lovely park. It is clean, well groomed with very large spaces each with a picnic table and grass. The cable works well and staff is friendly and helpful. Would have been a 10 but you have to pay for WiFi. Nothing much in the area so this is truly an oasis in the desert. We will stay here again. - california traveler