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06/2013
rating [ 5/10 ]
This park is clean and maintained. The roads are easy to navigate. There are mostly full timers but the places are picked up and fairly quiet. The sites are tight, if you have slides on both sides they will take up the whole asphalt pad, you would need to walk on the muddy grass to get around your rig. There are some nice walking trails and ponds to fish. If you are cruising out of Seattle, this park is very accommodating and can store your unit on site. WARNING: this park does not refund if you have any type of cancellation, even one day. Once you book there are NO refunds, not even 12 days in advance. When traveling some flexibility is needed.
06/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
This was a great find. The resort has many amenities like a beautiful club house, right on the water, private showers and great management. This was our most favorite place on a six month RV trip. Be sure to check out Sweet Water Falls in Mapleton, a great hike. Would love to visit this resort again.
05/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
This was a really nice park. It has everything. Level concrete pads large enough for the 30-foot RV, truck, and a sitting area. The sites have ample room between them. Staff is friendly. There are pet areas, a pool, a quiet setting, and wide asphalt roads to maneuver. Great place to explorer Monterey Bay and surrounding areas. The towns of Gilroy and San Juan Bautista have great shopping and restaurants. Check out the mission. There are some full time residents, but their sites are kept up and the folks are friendly. Did I mention you can wash your rig? A big plus.
05/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice resort. Level sites, great Wi-Fi convenient to the strip, quit and secure. We stayed here for a week, they were offering a special weekly rate. The pool is in the process of being re-coated. Like most parks in this area there is next to no grass. The pet park has a fine gravel that is easy on the paws and easy to clean-up. I would say one of the best amenities is the private bathrooms with showers. I don't normally use the facility shower but these were exceptional. We stayed here in a 5th wheel, plenty of room in the pull-through. We would stay here again.
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is one of the most pet friendly parks we visited in Utah/Arizona. Nice grass, bags are the supplied, and it was very clean. The RV park was convenient to Bryce and Zion. Sites were level, Wi-Fi was OK. Even though the park is located on US 89A, the slower vehicle speed and fresh road pavement made the road noise tolerable. The town of Kanab was very nice with great shops and restaurants. Would stay here again.
04/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Stayed here for 6 days. This is a very nice park that can accommodation big rigs. Management is very friendly and helpful. Most of the grass site had no grass including the dog park. Perhaps it was the time of year. I would say the only negative is the noise from Hwy 40 whenever the wind blows towards the park. Would stay here again for a day or two.
04/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Stopped here for two days. This is a nice park. Management was very friendly. The gravel sites are level, park is quiet but not very private between sites. Looks like the park is maintained regularly. We visited the Antique Car Museum next door, well worth a visit. A little pricey even with Good Sams discount but you don't have much to choose from if you want to visit Tallahassee.
03/2009
rating [ 4/10 ]
The location of this park is great if you like to ride around in a boat or fish. The park is run down and is in need of a face-lift and a good cleaning. Looks like some updating is in progress like Wi-Fi and new power boxes. The park administration were very disorganized. Not sure if it's their reservation system or just overwhelmed. Our reservation was incorrect and our site was double booked. There is cable hook up but the cable didn't work. Most sites were narrow due to trees, some not accommodating slides, but they are level. If you like to drink beer all day and ride around in a golf cart you may like staying at this park. We will not stay here again. There is a park down the rode "Camp and Water" that looks nice.
03/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Great location if you are hiking or visiting the Franklin/Highlands area. There are limited number of camps available before April 1st,. The Pines is open all year. Even though the park is located directly on Highway 64 it was not too noisy. This is an older park but well maintained. The bathrooms and laundry area were both clean. Now the best part, the owner/host are very pleasant people and want to go out of their way to help.
07/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Stopped here on our way to NC from FL. Great overnight stop when traveling I-95 from Tampa. Close to I-95, maybe too close for noise conscious RV’er. The dog park was a great amenity as it was our first time seeing one at a campground. Did not see the mobile homes in the park area, must have been cleaned up since 05. Nice grassy sites with extra large pull-troughs, largest I’ve ever seen. WiFi worked good at our site which was on the far side of the park. We will be using Green Acers as our stop when traveling North from Fl.
08/2006
rating [ 7/10 ]
Campsite access was very good with adequate size pull throughs. Playground and swimming pools were nice for children; they even have a yard size chess game. Convenient driving to the Wilmington’s historic section and beaches. The campground is family oriented with more families than retired travelers. The campground is dog friendly with two fenced in dog areas they even provide doggie bag stations which are scattered throughout the park. Keep the broom handy there lots of sand to track in. Dirt roads and mostly dirt campsite with some grass. Each campsite had a fire ring which we did not use since we camped here in August 2006 when the temperatures reached 100 deg. I would stay here again.
10/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
We absolutely loved this camp ground. The 50 amp sites backed up to a spectacular view of the mountain range. The sites where very clean along with the bathrooms and laundry area. The camp host was walking around with a bag picking up something at each camp site. I figured he was collecting rocks or crystals. Turns out he was collecting cigarette butts. Thats how clean this place is. The town of Hot Springs had lots to offer and so did the many state and federal parks. We would return to this camp ground next time we visit the area.
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