Noisy! Park is located under the training path for F16 jets. Road construction in front of the park entrance made tough entering and exiting. Nice dog walking area but no play area. I thought it was a little pricey for overnighters. We stayed a week. $305 plus 12%tax.
Lots of tall shade trees. Level sites. No one in office when we stopped to inquire about availability later in summer. Many electrical posts leaning over. Dining hall for potlucks. Pool table and recliners in hall. Would have rated slightly higher if someone would have been available. Grounds could use some work. Might stay a few nights if I can reach manager on phone.
Maricopa County has upgraded many of the camping parks in the system. Cave Creek is a prime example of a well designed desert camp. Huge camp sites, many are 60 x 80 ' and your nearest neighbor is 30 yards away. No street lights and the night sky is beautiful. The camp hosts were very friendly and kept the bathrooms and showers spotless. We will camp here again.
The park is another example of Arizona at its best.. Hiking, great winter weather and clean affordable camp sites. Over the air TV is good for local and network programs. New shops available across from the park entrance for dining and shopping.
We stayed here for two months and will come back again next summer for 3 months. This is one of the best managed parks we have visited. The shower is .75, the Wi-Fi is provided for a price by an outside vendor and there is no cable TV, these are the only negative comments. If there were a pool I would have given the park a 10. The tall pines and large 60 x 40 sites are a real plus in the Arizona heat. Daily high temp is about 85. Lots of special events. Golf and fishing nearby.
We stayed here once before in 2004. The park has been maintained and many of the trees are grown and provide shade if available. Nice pool. Wi-Fi worked well. Staff friendly and accommodating. Some permanent residents with mostly newer units. We would stay here again.
Very nice spot to stop for a night. Staff helpful with getting in our spot. Good cable TV ($1), all hookups good. Looks like they are working on a WiFi installation. Not near RR or freeway noise. Located on Old Hiway 58.
A shady park in the pine trees about 2 miles east of Calaveras Big Trees State Park. Arnold is the nearest town of any size. The manager was very helpful and friendly. We arrived in a freezing weather storm and could only stay one night. Park is very clean and about half of spaces are leased to vacation/year-round.
For Elks members only. We stayed in the full hookup area. 13 FHU sites are available and reservations are suggested with Visa or MC. 60 channels of cable TV. Tall shade trees on the sites on the south side and large grass park on all sides. The electric and water only sites are closer to the lodge and in the western part of the parking lot. These sites are back in and on blacktop. The lodge is visible from highway 101 and the access is easy. The lodge is friendly and well equipped and maintained.
The WiFi is not free. The lake and the grounds look like they could use a cleaning. Pigeons, ducks and geese leave the grounds and water looking like a toilet bowl. The casino was almost empty on a weekend night. The food in the restaurant was very good. There is NO cable TV. 12 channels on air antenna. We used Passport America for half price. We would stay again now that we know what to expect.
We stayed three nights on Camp Club rate of $18. GS rate is $32. I would have given this park a 10 but they didn't have a pool. Sites are level concrete pads. 50 channel cable TV, fast WiFi, some trees for partial shade. Laundry was clean with sufficient machines to do several loads at once. Pet waste bags and trash cans are located around the park, there are fenced play area for dogs. Management was friendly and helpful. We would come again.
Cable TV excellent. Wi-Fi excellent. Park has mostly permanent older trailers with over nighties in the center of the park. Cats and dogs everywhere in the park on leash, off leash. No one cleaning up after the cats and dogs. WATCH you step. We won't stay here again.
Manager was replacing cable TV in our area. Wi-Fi signal was very weak so we used our Verizon air card. Laundry was clean but $2 for a wash load. Sites were level and shaded. Interior roads are very dusty. Views of Mt Shasta from park. Convenient to Mt Shasta City. Train goes by several times during the night and the whistle is sometimes loud. We would stay here again.
If you are a member of the Elks Lodge this is a real gem. The park has 40 spaces surrounded by landscaped areas that give you the feeling of privacy even though you have a neighbor 15 feet away. The one bad point is that there are no sewer hookups but a dump site is on the property. Since this is on the Oregon coast be sure to call and make reservations. A real bargain on the Oregon Coast.
We located this park in our Passport America book. The first night was $14 and the second night was the Good Sam rate of $26. Very helpful manager checked us in. Excellent 40 channels of cable TV. Surrounded by pine trees, the spacious sites had full hook ups. Easy access to Highway 97 and a little traffic noise in the evening when sitting outside. The grass areas were like golf fairways. A big dog run with bags provided. We would stay here again.
This park is right on US 20 on the outside of the city of Burns, OR. As advertised, there are some pull through sites for the huge Class A busses, but they are in the full sun. All of the back-in sites offer shady large trees and full hook-ups. There is a laundry room. The park features excellent cable TV and WiFi at each site. We would stay here again for a few days.
We stayed here and really liked the manicured grass area and the hard working family that runs the park. Very helpful, friendly staff. Walking distance to the Snake River. Very pet friendly with pet waste bags throughout the park. Mostly shady spaces. We stayed the first night on Passport America rate of $16. We stayed four nights and enjoyed a Utah BBQ contest. Wi-Fi was strong.
Easy freeway access off of Highway 84 exit 17. The owner greeted us at the office with a warm hello and a handshake. After he ran the credit card he handed me a Sunday news paper and said he would have one on our step at 6am in the morning. He directed us to our pull through space and mentioned that we could help ourselves to fresh green beans and yellow summer squash in the ample garden. Well maintained park with grass islands between spaces. Wi-Fi is excellent. Laundry was spotless.
Traveland is the only park in Logan that is not full of permanent units. Management is friendly but only at the park part time. Monthly rate went up $110 over last years rate due to a pipeline crew coming in for a year stay. Sites may not be available in 2011 to RVers. This is our second stay here. We love Logan and this is the only place we would stay. Water pressure is measured at 200 psi. Make sure you use a PRESSURE REGULATOR.
This park has nice trees, narrow gravel sites, and good on/off freeway access. This used to run by an older couple. Now the resident staff consists of chain smoking hooligans. The resident staff let their brown lab run freely in the park and did his business where ever he wanted. Friends of one of the staff came in at midnight and built a huge smokey bon fire until 3am. Strange people in unlicensed old trucks with junk and pallets cruising the park at night. We did not sleep well here due to the noise and partying from staff. We will not be staying here next time through the Provo area.
The park calls itself Bryce KOA. The wi-fi did not reach the campsites. We had to take our laptop to the laundry room to use the internet. The laundry room was clean. The park allows fire pits and they are too close to the neighbors space. We got a lot of smoke in our trailer from the neighbor. The setting for the park is really nice. Horses right next to the park are friendly and looking for you in the morning for a head rub. There is a small stream with trout. Lots of grass and shade.
Keep going to another RV park. They have no level spots, and NO 30 amp service. The lot next door has a hundred or more 18 wheelers idling their motors all night while the drivers sleep. The fumes were horrid. We will not ever stay here again, EVER.
We have stayed here in winter and summer on the way to California from Phoenix. It is a good, clean place to spend the night. The staff is very friendly, helpful and will go out of their way to head you on your way and get you to the cheapest fuel in town.
This is a USFS Camp. Near Forest Lakes, AZ. Loop A offers 30 amp electric sites. No water connection but drinking water available near dump station. Very well maintained sites and restroom/showers. We stayed using our Intra Agency Senior Pass. Big pine trees and paved roads in the park. Payson, AZ is 40 miles west on highway 260. Fishing and lakes nearby.
The park is convenient to I-15. About 1 mile east of freeway but close to major road. A little bit of traffic noise during the day. Staff was extremely helpful, the landscape was manicured and green shade trees in most spots. No pool is a negative. The Wi-Fi was spotty. The cable was great. We would stay again for the Good Sam rate of $26.
We stayed four nights at the Camp Club USA rate of $16. We found the large common grass area refreshing to take an evening walk in the cool July Idaho air. WiFi is perfect. Many local TV stations and dish reception was excellent at 40 degrees elevation and 177 degrees for Dish Network sat 110. Close to Twin Falls for all shopping and near Snake River for sight seeing. RV parts and service dealer next door.
This is a very cool and shady place to stay. The park is about 1/2 mile from Lake Utah State Park. Provo River runs on the north boundary of the RV park. Staff waters the grassy areas between the large sites daily. Some sites were a bit swampy. At sunset you had to stay indoors, the mosquitoes were as big as crows and very blood thirsty. There were some permanent resident trailers but the condition was fair to good. Nice staff. Near freeway I-15 but not too close to noise.
We stayed here for a month. The monthly rate was $450 plus elec. We stayed here a month in 2008 the rate was $380 plus elec. The park was half full this year. The pool heater was not working but the pool temp was acceptable. The WIFI is only available in the rec center. Lots of weeds this year. Staff is very helpful and friendly. The park is converting to owned park models. Prescott is close by.
We found this camp in Passport America for $16 price one night and liked the park we stayed 3 more nights on Good Sam rate of $26. The park is staffed by the owner/family and they are very friendly and helpful. The park has very large well maintained pull thru sites, trees and grass. Walking distance to the Snake River. WIFI and cable tv perfect. Pet friendly park with disposal bags and receptacles through out the park. We would stay again.
Wi-Fi poor. Staff said it was the wind. Showers cost $2 to use. Items in store were really price gouging. For the money, this is a rip off. You must pay a $15 park entry fee on top of the camp fee. Total for one night $68.
We stayed here with our RV club caravan of 13 rv's. The staff was very friendly in the office. The yard staff helped us with backing in a few rigs. When one rig would vacate the space was raked and swept clean. One staff member took pictures of our first night buffet and gave it to all of us as a keepsake DVD. New trees will provide some shade in the warm months. We will stay here again.