Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $20.00
We have stayed here twice simply because of the location which is in very close proximity to main highways. We will not return to this park again. On both stays (June & October) we were very disappointed. There are many permanent sites towards the back. The temporary sites towards front are pretty sad - lumpy, bumpy ground with weeds instead of grass & cracked cement patios. It is close to shopping. We camped at Timbercrest Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $60.00
This place was a dump! Lots of mobile homes. Permanent unsavory dwellers living in their trailers & mobile homes. The desk clerk double charged us & disappeared when we came back next morning for a refund. No bathrooms available, no showers. Couldn't wait to leave. We camped at Timbercrest Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $40.00
Nice owner. Was very helpful to get us settled. Very good (free) Wi-Fi, but that is it. Next to the freeway with lots of noise. Everything is run down with bad internal roads and cracked pavement on the sites. We stayed here with PPA. We will not come back. We camped at Timbercrest Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $30.00
This has to be the worst park we have ever stayed in. Weeds, trash, broken asphalt, old rusting rigs everywhere giving new meaning to the term "trailer trash." No cable TV as advertised, which was the only reason we picked this place over the KOA in town. If there was a plus, it was the fact that we were right next to a public park, which was a safe place to walk the dog. We camped at Timbercrest Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a Passport America park and should not even be listed as a campground in my opinion. This is a very old mobile home park that may be undergoing some kind of change, but it is very run down and if you have to go through the little park you will go over at least 10 speed bumps. There are not 40 total RV sites. Most are occupied by mobile homes. We got here late in the day and said we would just stay, but we took what was a pull through, and another rig came in after us, and even though our slide out was not all the way out, and theirs was not either, the man in the rig next to us had to turn sideways to go between our rigs...now that is way too close. It is also near the busy road and if you don't have your air on it would be unbearable. This should not be considered a campground. They just squeeze you in wherever they can. They list the full price as $30 and the $15 Passport America price was too much. Also, no restrooms or showers. The only good thing about this was that the manager is very nice. But, I would say never even consider stopping here. We camped at Timbercrest Park in a Motorhome.