This is a very nice park across the street from the lake. Due to the trees, it's tight to maneuver and some sites have narrow pads and outdoor space. They have fire pits but they don't get cleaned out compared to other parks that clean them out every day. That being said, the staff was very friendly and helpful. It's in a gorgeous location and one of the nicest looking parks we saw in the area. Sites away from the highway are quiet.
Good park for a stopover or to go to Death Valley. We stayed here one night on the way to Tahoe and found it to be a nice stop after a long drive. Interior roads and sites are dirt but didn't have any issue with dust from them (was dust in the air from the dry lake bed nearby). Nice little store, pool, and play area for kids. Would definitely stay here again if passing through.
The most beautiful RV park we've been to in travels across the country. It's expensive here but in my mind worth it for the huge, paved sites, parking, well manicured lawns, and overall atmosphere. Staff was fantastic and went out of their way to get us three additional nites. While they don't have a playground for kids, they do have plenty of wide open grassy spaces for them to play. We've been here twice and plan to come back next year. It is the nicest park in Bend that we've seen.
Very nice RV park. Paved throughout and our site was nice and level - a ton of room from our site to the neighbor (we were in 155). Cell service in the area was hit or miss, didn't try their internet. Right across the street from Lake Tahoe, parking is $8 if you drive but free if you walk and there's a stop light that makes it safe for crossing. Very nice beach area and that side has the cabins, a restaurant (had a good breakfast), beach bar, gift shop, and rentals for kayaks, etc. They have security walk through at night - was never a problem while we were there - and people cleaning up every day. We loved it here and plan to return.
We were lucky to get a site with two trees to provide shade as it was hot while we were there - some sites are in the full sun. The interior roads are dirt but if people drive the 5mph, it's not an issue. There's a nice "nature trail" that goes around the outside edge of the grounds - perfect for walking our dog. Good Wi-Fi and plenty for families with kids to do (pool, petting farm, volleyball, hayrides on the weekend, etc). I would recommend this park and it's only about 22 miles from the entrance to Yosemite - plan for an hour to get to Yosemite Valley (if you don't stop along the way).
I've read other reviews that indicate new owners are working to update the campground. It is nice but there is still some updating needed. The cement area and pavers on our pull through site were cracked and crumbling and needing to be replaced. It's nice being right next to the river although I was glad we weren't in a back in next to the river as it would be very difficult with our 32' fifth wheel. It's a clean park and very convenient for going to Sequoia Nat'l Park. Compared to other parks I've stayed at, this is a little pricy for what you get.
Since it was November, it wasn't very full and the staff spaced people throughout the park. Each space has a picnic table and fire ring and they had heaters on their water stand pipes (great since it got down to 14 degrees). Easy access within park and to your site and wide internal roads. Access to forest service roads from the park. Bathrooms were immaculate! Has an off the leash dog park with some dog agility equipment. Very nice KOA and highly recommend it!
This was our second stay and once again, they were fantastic. It's a very nice park with paved roads, nice large sites with grass (we had an end site with tons of room) and trees at the sites. It's very well maintained and is in "downtown" West Yellowstone and only a few blocks from the entrance to YNP. My only comment for this stay was that their Wi-Fi was not great this trip. The highest connection was 5.5 mbps and usually 1: nearly impossible to use at that rate. Going to the clubhouse didn't help with the speed. That being said, the park is gorgeous, it's in a great location, and the staff are always very nice and helpful.
Have stayed at a lot of KOA's and this is one of the nicer ones. Sites are close together: with the trailer in, our slide went over into the neighbors "yard" a little. We had a back-in that backed up to a small stream that ran through the property. Our site had a concrete porch with picnic table and a nice wooden chair swing at our site. Check-in went quickly and staff was very nice.
This is a very nice campground if you want to feel as though you're camping in the pines and not be right on top of your neighbor! Montana had a lot of bees this year and our site had a lot of yellow jackets! Requested to move sites and was given another one in a different area with no problem. Dirt interior roads that are no problem to navigate: there are a few small inclines but they weren't a problem for us (32 foot 5th wheel). It's very conveniently located near Glacier Nat'l Park and looked like one of the nicer places in that area. Wi-Fi connection was not good though: had to go to the office area and sit at a picnic table to use it. Campfires were allowed which we like. Very nice staff and we would stay here again!
This was a nice park close to Utah Lake State Park (walking distance). The interior roads were a little tight but do-able. The sites are side-by-side so you share your "yard" with the people next to you. It was wide enough but I can see where some people staying long term may not like this set up: we were just here for an overnight stop. We didn't notice the mosquito problem that others have commented on in the past.
New RV park so there's no shade from trees yet - gives it a little bit of a parking lot feeling. Site we were assigned to was too small for our 5th wheel. Reserved a pull through but it was so close to the neighbor we wouldn't have been able to put out our 3 slides. It wasn't very full so the girl in the office let us choose any other site we wanted. Took a back in, "river front" and had plenty of room with it. The river isn't really a river - it's a dry wash. Used the pool - very nice and the club house is very nice too! Not sure I'd recommend this as a "destination" park but it was very clean and nice for an overnight stay.
Nice park and clean but not quite what we expected. The access roads are a little tight and if people are parked into the road it could prove interesting getting around them. We had a pull through site and had plenty of room for our 32' 5th wheel and our truck. Stayed here one night on return trip home - would drive an extra 25 miles (southbound) to Red Bluff and stay at Durango RV Resort if passing through again, but this was a nice park.
Small park in the heart of Sequim. Very clean with nice landscaping. The park hosts were very friendly and go out of their way to help with anything you need. We had a pull through site with plenty of room. Very nice grassy areas between sites with picnic table.
Very nice state park! Roads within the park are roomy and easy to back into the site. Very short walking distance to the beach with views of the lighthouse and north jetty. Park is well maintained and good for biking and beaching (when it isn't windy!) Sites are paved and have a picnic table and fire ring.
We stayed here in an ocean view site in a 5th wheel. We were in the top level of the terraced area and in a back in site - awesome view of the ocean. Overlooked the RV's below us but since you're above them, you have a clear view to the beach and ocean. We were happy to find the sites weren't as close together as we thought they would be! Staff is very nice - they even called me when the person before us left so we could arrive early! Bathrooms looked brand new and were very clean. We would recommend it for the views if you stay in the view sites.
Great location and great views! The photos on their website are exactly what the park looks like. We were in a pull through - plenty of room and nice grass area with picnic table and fire pit. There is a good area for walking your dog and a small beach is within walking distance and allows dogs. Highly recommend this park if you're in the area!
The owners and staff are very nice and go out of their way to help you. The sites are in grass fields and fairly roomy. They do have sites side by side so you're close to one neighbor but there's plenty of room on the door side of the RV. Somewhat disappointed that the river wasn't visible from the park - you have to walk about a quarter mile on a trail to get to the river.The website makes it look like it's right there. Easy on/off Hwy 101 and in a very quite location. A reat location to get to Redwood National Forest.
This is a beautiful park. It's very new so the trees are still small and there's no shade from them yet. The pool is very nice and the ponds are pretty. It's an easy location from the freeway and plenty of room to maneuver. If we travel through the area again, we'll definitely stay here! Great value for the money.
This is the nicest park I've ever stayed at and it truly deserves "Resort" in it's name. The spaces are huge and the resort has plenty of room to maneuver and back into the back in sites. The staff were extremely friendly and very helpful with questions and suggestions for activities. We highly recommend the resort for those willing to pay the price and we plan to go back and stay longer next year!
Beautiful, clean setting with spaces around the lake and on a hill overlooking the lake. We had a pull through above the lake - only draw back is that you share it with another unit. The other folks were there before us and had the back of the pull through so we had to back in. Nice and clean, you can walk your dog anywhere and it was very quiet! Would definitely stay here again.
Stayed here to go to U-Dig Fossils - unfortunately, when we were here everything was closed and locked up (rec hall - which was a modular office building - and laundry). Spaces with grass are all back-ins, we chose a pull through which was gravel with a cement pad for your tow vehicle. There's little to do in Delta, no cable at the park and we couldn't get TV reception so bring your satellite dish! Not a bad park for a night or two but wouldn't vacation here.
Easy access from the highway and staff very friendly. They have gates with security card access to keep unauthorized people out of the park. We had an end pull through so no neighbor on our door side. Nice grass area with tree, BBQ and table. However, your neighbor is close. If you don't get an end space, you share the grass space with your neighbor. It was a very clean park, Wi-Fi with no problems, and was close to Arches National Park.
Very narrow roads! Entry and exit into the park is by the same road and only one vehicle fits at a time. We were in a line of vehicles to check in. Went inside to check in and came out to see my husband fit to be tied as a tourist in a rental tried to squeeze through (the obviously too small space) and ran into the side of our 5th wheel. Not the campgrounds fault - except that their road is too narrow and they need a separate exit road! Roads to sites are narrow with lots of trees (many people scraped down them), but it can be done if you go slow and pay attention. Park atmosphere is nice, you're in among the pines and at the base of Mt Elden with immediate access to great trails.
This was one of the most beautiful parks we've ever stayed at! The folks at check in were very nice, asked my memberships to ensure I got a discount, and explained the park amenities. Park is extremely clean and quiet. We were in a premium pull through that had more than enough room for our 33' fifth wheel and crew cab tow vehicle. Spaces have grass, fire pit/grill, and table. The dog area has two kennel runs. We were a couple rows over from the office and had no problem with their Wi-Fi. It's about a 10 minute drive from Springdale Zion National Park. We checked out the park in Springdale and it didn't look nearly as nice - we'll gladly pay the extra for a "resort" park. We're planning to stay here again in June!