This park has come a long way. RV sites are packed gravel and pretty level. All hookups work fine (some sewer connections are far away for a motor home and need two hoses). Wi-Fi is OK (a little spotty). Great laundry with huge washer/dryers. Owner and hosts are working every day to improve the park. Most of the trashy trailers are gone and tent sites and meeting areas look very nice now. Park is very convenient for visiting Zion and Bryce and right in the center of an ATV paradise and the best of all - the price.
Great location, just outside of Zion Natl. Park with shuttle bus stop nearby. Many restaurants and gift shops in town. Park itself is mediocre at best. Lousy internet, not maintained gravel sites with lots of broken sewer connections, barbecues, tables, etc. Pool too small for the many guest. Many "workers" around, but nobody seems to really work. Front desk staff pretty clueless. They gave us a "satellite friendly" site under a huge tree. No way to get a signal, but they insist that satellite "should" work. A few pull through sites are not really pull through and RVs have to back out.
First, the best of all: nice, convenient location. Park is not well maintained, overflowing dumpsters, barking dogs all over (including the ones of the office worker) - very annoying. Indoor pool rather filthy, Wi-Fi practically non existent, lousy management. DO NOT have US mail sent to the street address of this park; it will be returned to sender. Use Fedex, UPS or use General Delivery at the post office.
Well, I think this park needs a review from a full timer. Most reviews are from "weekend Revers" who come here to gamble at the casino. Sites are level and easy accessible. Check- in is a torture. These kids have no clue. Everything costs extra. $10 extra for a picnic table, $3 for a pull through, even when you do not want one, $10 for early check-in (at 1.30pm!). No shade, very weak Wi-Fi, a zillion barking dogs over the weekend with owners who do not care (I don't blame the dogs). Kids playing everywhere unattended (including occupied sites) because there is no kids pool or playing area whatsoever. Lots of inexperienced but ruthless "weekend"-RVers (drinking, partying, running engines for ever etc.). This park is not worth the price unless maybe during the week when they accept Passport America. All the real goodies are provided by the casino (shuttle, casino services, restaurants, etc) not by the park.
If you give this campground a 10 you must have an RV smaller than 30ft. There is easy access to the park, but if you follow the sign to the office you go wrong and have to turn around (very tight). There are no pull through sites although they sold us one. They just combine two sites next to each other, where a big rig fits lengthwise but there is no room whatsoever on the sides since you will be parked between two pedestals. Pool and restrooms seem to be ok, WIFI did not work at all (although it is Tengo). To level we had to use two 2" wood blocks on one side (what we hate). Would never come back here - its a Sunland Park, no wonder.
This park is all about location. Sites are VERY close to each other. This is an ideal park to visit San Francisco. A 15 min walk to the Larkspur Ferry and 30 min ride to pier 1 at a reasonable price. It's 10 min to Golden Gate Bridge by car. Manager provides lots of SF info at check-in. Don't miss the (free) vista points 10 min from the park with a great view of the Golden Gate bridge and the San Francisco Skyline.
This old park is in process of being upgraded by the new owners, who take care of it personally. Hookups work as they should. Wi-Fi is great. Village with restaurants and shops(and the local museum) in walking distance. Rate reflects PA discount.
If you are looking for a park "out there" with no phone, no internet, no TV, you might like this park. If you do not mind a bunch of barking machines you might like it even more. If not - go somewhere else. We will not stay here again.
How you can rate this park higher than 6 is beyond me. Sites are way shorter than advertised and not level at all. We asked for a site long enough for our 61' at time of reservation, we got a site about 45' long, then were moved to another a little longer site, but with the sewer connection at the very end (and uphill). Without unhooking we would have to use three sewer hoses. We were not ready to pay $40 for this and left. BTW they have a dump station, but it is to the right. Who designed such a campground and they call themselves one of the 50 top US campgrounds.
I don't know where the former reviewers were, but this park is a 5 at best. Difficult to maneuver with a big rig due to the cars and rocks in the driveways. It appears that everybody and his brother in this park has at least three cars and 3 dogs. Animal waste all over the place. Pull throughs are two back to back back in sites combined but at the wrong angle to the driveway. Pedestals are very old and in bad condition (50 amp outlet was hanging loose). Most sites are converted to mobile home sites. We could not find the pool or facilities, but we did not need them for one night.
Rate reflects Passport America rate. This is the least expensive park in this area. Although the park is rather old, the new owners (for 2 years and very nice and helpful) work very hard to improve the park. Everything works fine; WI-FI is great and even ATT phone and Verizon card worked for us, also the water, which has to be hauled in. There is no pool anymore. Besides a space for RV or tent you can rent a cabin or one of the many classic trailers (including a honeymoon trailer).
Rate reflects Passport America Rate, which is only accepted for one day. Strange is that they do not honor Good Sam or any other discount cards on the following days, so you have to pay full price. We voted with our wheels and left after one day. Park is nice, but sites are pretty tight and there are no tables or any other furniture. There would not be enough room to put them up anyway.
Nice older State Park. Made for tents and smaller RVs. We managed to go around both campgrounds with a 40' Motorhome, but it is definitely not recommended. Narrow curvy road between trees and bushes. Phone reception ok, Verizon aircard reception spotty at best (no 3/4G). Beautiful Gulf beaches only a few hundred feet away.
I don't understand all those high ratings. This park is well located, but if you don't like your coach to get scratches on both sides, don't come here. The interior "roads" are too narrow, and there are way too many limbs that need a cut. The worst thing, however, there are many long term residents who let their (unleashed) dogs do whatever they want on other camper's sites (yes, including completing all their business affairs) and nobody cares! They have two pages of rules, but none of them are enforced. We left early: disgusting !
Membership park. Rate reflects Passport America rate. Sites are ok and paved. Nice area with lake. Decent Internet. Internal roads are very narrow and have many incredibly high road blocks across (they call 'em speed bumpers, but they are extremely high). I have nothing against speed limits and normal speed bumpers, but this is unreal here. There are about 40 ugly looking FEMA trailers stored right next to the RV sites. I will not stay here again.
A small park, well maintained with many long term residents and many fishing activities in season. Most sites are close to road (but only local traffic, so not too bad). All sites back-in on concrete. Very good internet (T1). Nice walk around ponds. Rate based on weekly rate.
Large park, most sites rather small. Most pull throughs are not pull throughs at all. Internal roads are narrow and in bad condition. Poor layout of sites and roads. Staff at Front office are clueless. Too expensive for what it is.
The only reason to stay in this park is its LOCATION. The sites are wide but short an none are real pull throughs although declared as such. About 60 of the 99 sites are outside the park in the "overflow area". Only four sites have sewer, but all have power and water. They offer a dump service, which is basically one of their kids show up with a 25 Gallon Blueboy trying to do his best without having a clue. They charge $10 for 25G and then $5 for the next trips until the tank is empty. The dump station outside of the park is a real mess. Just a small hole in the sandy ground, no concrete around it. The sand is saturated with whatever people spill when they dump and it stinks. Washers and Dryers are old and dirty.
Nice, very RV friendly park with lots of traffic to and from ferry. It also seems, that all caravans in NS stop here, but no problem. Very good 30 Amp and excellent free WiFi. Less than an hour to Louisbourg, 1/2 hour to Sydney, 3 min to NFL ferry. Visa, cash or check only. High pressure RV/car wash on site at reasonable rate.
Nicely set campground on a hill. Easy accessible sites, some of them really large. Some side by sides. Friendly and helpful owners (know way more about the area than the official tourist office). Heated pool and restaurant on site. Great place to explore the Cabot Trail and the area. We visited this park after leaving the lousy park across the street. What a difference for a few $ more.
We made a reservation for this park online after reading reviews here. We did not stay though. The sites are anything but level and absolutely impossible for larger rigs. they might be ok for a shorter MH or a fiver, but with a 40' MH no chance. We were guaranteed satellite view, but all sites are wooded. The staff here has no clue, but stayed friendly when we decided to leave. (We went then across the street to another campground which was almost perfect.)
Easy access from I-77 to this park, but tough to enter sites with a big rig. Sites are all grass with a little (not enough) gravel and not level. Sites are supposed to be for big rigs, but they are not. Very nice manager couple. Mostly longer term residents. Fine overnight park from the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Typical old NP campground in a beautiful setting. Park is on a slope, so most sites are not level. However there are a few long pull throughs even for larger rigs, but maneuvering might not be for everyone. No AT&T, no Verizon reception, no satellite view (except site 32).
This is the worst campground I have ever been. No way to even get there with a big rig (150° curve on Shoal Creek Rd). Inside the park, manoeuvrings is very hard since the roads are bad and only 7-8 ft wide. The two pull throughs can only be "pulled through" with a short rig because of the narrow angle at the end. We left after one night and will never return.
It is a nice park with huge Full Hookup sites. The Park is located in the middle of nowhere right on the scenic Highway 80. Bring gas/diesel and groceries. Otherwise you are fine. There are nice views to the mountains, with birding and hiking nearby. The owner is a sweetheart. WiFi is fast and on most of the time. AT&T does not work, Verizon does.
This is an older park full of snowbirds and some full time residents in older park models and RVs. Tenants and office staff are very friendly. Park is way off everything at the southern end of 3E. (7 miles south of MCAS.) They take PPA and for longer stays you can make a deal. WiFi, AT&T and Verizon work amazingly well. Pool is very small. Not an overnight RV park but ok for a longer stay in Yuma.
This is a newer park a little far out of town, but close to the western/southern attractions. Huge sites very level on gravel. No picnic tables, no swimming pool, but very low price $27/day or PPA for $14/16. Owners are very nice. Heck of a deal for the price. Not an overnight park though.
This is the only RV Park in the Great Bassing NP area. Family run business. Nice level sites. There are also a motel, cafe/bar, gas station, small store for some groceries, gifts, etc. We payed $20 + tax. The only disadvantage: no AT&T cell coverage here (don't know about others), but Wi-Fi.
This is the new McPhee Recreation Complex, run by the USDA Forest Service (not the old House Creek campground which is on the other side of the reservoir). The sites vary in size, but some are large enough for 40' MH. Boat ramp is a short drive from the campground. Campground has nice trails with incredible views over the reservoir (500 feet below) and some Colorado peaks. Only four full hookups, 16 with electric and some with water.
Nice park. Access via winding road, newly paved but already damaged, but still doable for large rigs. Very slow WiFi. Nice and helpful manager. Large and pretty level sites. Park can and will be improved, but it is still the best park in the area, way better than KOA and J+J. 11 miles away from town.
Professional park layout. WiFi $3/day but good quality. Lots of local "weekenders" with no clue about RVing. Loose pets, owners dont care (dont pick up) and complaints to the office are a waist of time. Only the manager cares a bit, the other staff dont care at all. Pool not heated. Still worth the price (Passport America/weekend)
This park CAN NOT accommodate big rigs (We have a 40' MH). The entrance is way too small and the streets too narrow. Sites are dirty and not maintained at all. Mostly contractors with 2-3 cars on each site. Lousy electric system. (low voltage on 50 amps). Manager was off and the deputy manager had no clue about anything.
Rate is based on $175/week. Daily rate is way too high ($38). Nice park. Sites are larger than average in this area. Enough room for an additional car. Level, concrete pads with a short table. Conveniently located near ferry, shops, restaurants and public beaches.
Very nice setting within a cattle ranch. All backins are next to the Nueces River under large trees. Pull Throughs are large and face the pond (they call it lake). We were able to watch wildlife through our windshield every morning and evening. Park is clean, but a little run down. Management does not seem to care much. Very quiet and in the middle of nowhere.
Huge park, all backups, wide streets and turns. Sites are gravel with the streets paved. Many park models, but several hundred sites for short term visitors. Nice mountain view. No refunds and charge for site change.
A very crowded park with no room for maneuvering. There were mostly long term residents with 2-3 vehicles per site - most of them parked in the small streets. The city road exit is very dangerous. The park is next to very noisy Interstate 8. A typical corporate owned park - with a clueless staff.
An old, run down park. Very tiny sites. Slide outs of neighbors almost touch each other. The only advantage: location. Park is pretty dirty. Most sites occupied by long term users. Overcrowded and loud. Satellite not working (high trees) but no Wi-Fi. Management does not appear to care about anything but making money.
Very nice park, very nice owner family. If you like to have the Snake River right in your front (or back) yard, this is the place to stay. Close doors and windows though (bugs). Bring enough groceries, this park is far away from the next village. Great rates (Passport America).