The park is well managed and maintained. You can walk to the ocean through the Inn at Spanish Head's tunnel, if you can't cross the very busy highway 101. The pull through spaces in the lower section especially for a 40' motor home with slides, are very small with hardly any room to extend an awning or even sit outside on a patio without feeling cramped. The lower level is very noisy from cars and especially large trucks going either up highway 101 or down, and has no views of the ocean. Next time we will request a back in space in the upper portion of the park, which should be a bit quieter. Lincoln City is unique in that it really doesn't have a main center of town, just a variety tourist stores along highway 101. This RV Park which is in the southernmost part of the city is not really in walking distance to any shopping or restaurants, although Moe's is close by and a great place for family meals, you'll have to drive. Overall, it is a good place to stay considering there aren’t many of this quality in and around Lincoln City in walking distance to the beach.
This is an excellent park especially if you like well maintained landscapes complete with all kinds of flowering plants with a wonderful assortment of fragrances. Upper level has no access to facilities unless one walks or drives down the main level; however, if you’re self contained no problem. The sites are kind of level; however, in most cases you will need to use your jacks to even things out. There is some freeway noise but not too bad. Up behind the upper level section is a nice park with a security door that management will give you keys to open. Don’t lose them as they will charge you $25.00 to replace. We stayed here a week and enjoyed our stay and would stay again if the need arose.
Place has gone down hill from the last time we stayed there. The Wi-Fi didn't work at all, they continue to charge to take a short shower and the grounds are run down. Cable TV wires are sitting on top of the ground all over the place. There are more trailers then we ever remember and full time residents. We will really think twice before staying there again.
This RV Park (Resort) is a welcomed oasis in the middle of California’s highway 99 and offers the class A motorhome owner with quality we have come to expect from well designed parks serving our segment of the RV market. It is not an old trailer park attempting to pitch itself as a RV resort, as many along 99 between Bakersfield and Sacramento attempt to do. The only major complaint is that they desperately need signage along East Robertson Road indicating when and where to turn into the park. Those who have not stayed here before will most likely have to hit their brakes hard to make the right turn or pass the entrance and turn around somewhere down the road, both of which are unacceptable options for such and well managed, quality Park. Additionally you might not find 5001 East Robertson Road on your Garmin GPS unit so call for directions before heading out.
It seemed like we must have visited just after the big summer rush because the place was in pretty bad shape especially the rest rooms which were in need of a complete wash down. The showers were so small you almost had to get out to turn around. We only stayed one night; however next time we go to Victoria, BC, we'll stay elsewhere.
We’ve stayed here before a few years ago and noticed this time many more full timers in all sorts of RV and camping vehicles and the park is generally losing quite a bit of its former well kept up appearance. No big deal, just a general observation and a sign of the tough economic times, I suspect. The park is still the best value for the dollar and its location can’t be beaten for visiting downtown Victoria and of course nearby Butchart Gardens. What is something to think about however is that they now charge $1.00 for 5 minutes of shower time. You have to go to the office, purchase tokens and insert them into the shower device and it is on a timer so you can’t simply turn on the water, soap up and then rinse off. Of course the noisy sea planes still come all day and go just over head as they take off and land in the water near the park.
The view of the water and surrounding mountains from most all 43 spaces is worth many other amenities you might want at this RV Park. It is by no means a RV resort; however you will go a long way to find a better environment.
This RV park left much to be desired especially at the unusually high price charged. At $50.00 a night with Good Sam discount our space was touted as “water front” which in reality was uneven gravel surrounded by tall trees that canceled out any hope of getting satellite reception and tall weeds and sticker bushes which obstructed any views of a river. No pool, hot tub, exercise room, restaurant, café, cable TV (their cable is in fact a limited channel satellite service) or well stocked store. The value of this park is about $25.00 night when compared to other RV resorts that also charge about $50.00 a night in other areas of the country. They are also happy to sell you a new water pressure restrictor at $10.00 each to compensate for the unusual high pressure water system they have which completely blew out a water filter I have used without any problems for years. The close proximity to down town Coeur d’Alene and its shopping, parks and expansive water vistas of the lake only begin to compensate for the RV park's high price, and limited amenities. However next time we travel that way we will seek a less expensive non water front site and plan on spending just a few nights. Too bad, but it seems as though the poor economy has prompted these folks to get all they can while they can without giving much value in return which in the end will drive more business away then they hope to attract.
This was an interesting RV Park for us in that it accommodates every form of camping and does it with ease and style. We stayed for 3 nights to attend the outstanding National Folk Festival in nearby Butte and quickly adjusted to the park’s style and diversity. It is definitely not a class A upscale RV Resort; however it offers a western life style one would expect being in Montana complete with wide mountain vistas and real folks camping and enjoying the great outdoors the Big Sky country has to offer. The management is obviously working hard trying to please everyone while improving areas of concern and in doing so creates an environment that encourages campers and RVers alike to make the best of their camping experiences. We hope to come back to next year’s National Folk Festival and again stay at this unique park to enjoy the wonderful diversity and Montana character it offers.
At the intersection of highway 90 and 93, this park is well maintained and features beautiful flowers and tree wooded RV spaces and grounds. Cable TV was poor and the many trees around our space blocked our satillite dish. It is plain to see that the managers take great pride in managing the facility and treating each guest with respect and excellent customer service.
One of the best Northwest RV resorts we have experienced to date. Clean and friendly, the Class A spaces which face the golf course are spacious and the landscaping is beautifully designed and maintained. The park is only about 25 miles north of downtown Spokane on highway 395, the short drive is well worth the quiet, big sky and overall quality of this facility whether you golf or not.
This was our second visit to this park/resort, and not much has changed from last year other than the cable TV service once offered at no charge has now been disconnected and you must either have a satellite dish on you rig or use your TV antenna to get a few fuzzy local channels. The people who work at the front desk are very friendly, capable and helpful. There is much to do at this retirement snowbird resort if desired and the MLB pre-season baseball stadium in Peoria is just a few miles away. Laundry payment is done with a pre-paid card with no refunds which seems to be popular these days. It takes some planning but worked out well and we did not leave any money on the card this year as we did last year. While it has been noted that the hard packed sandy and sparsely appointed RV spaces are scattered among the park model homes, the setting is unique and not at all like most RV parks that takes some effort to get used to. We like its uniqueness and again plan to stay there for a few weeks next winter.
A quiet, rural setting with full grown shade trees and a very accommodating staff. There is a fully stocked country market. We enjoyed this park because of its woodsy uniqueness and the fact that it was our first time after staying at a park right off the freeway last year where there was loud traffic noise all night long. This park is off the freeway just north of Grants Pass and has excellent access both off and on to I-5. There is a large fenced dog run, adequate pull through gravel sites that will require time to level your rig, but the showers left much to be desired and at $.25 for a few minutes of warm sporadic mist coming from the shower head, I decided to go back to the motor home to finish my shower thus the lower rating.
This is our third stay at this park and it is better than ever. It is small with tight spaces especially for larger rigs, however the layout and well maintained landscape lends itself to sitting outside on you patio, socializing with your neighbors if you care to and enjoying the quiet (except for the frogs that serenade you at dusk) and enjoying a truly unique RV park.
This was a very interesting RV park in that it catered to all types of RVs and was very busy all the time we stayed there. It is well managed and the property was well cared for, however the photos on the web site embellish the overall look of the park quite a bit it is still an excellent facility to stay while exploring the Las Vegas area. In comparison, we visited the now in Chapter 11 Monaco’s Signature Resorts Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort to find it unkempt, weeds growing everywhere and many, many empty spaces. A sign on the door announced payment only either cash or checks would be accepted. It was very sad to see this.
There is not much that can be added to this outstanding RV resort that could improve it any further. It is near perfect. Two aspects however might be worth mentioning. First is that the cafe’s exhaust from cooking with grease on the grill is blown directly into the men's locker room and showers. Second, and more important, is that with the resort’s beautiful landscape views, manicured green belts on the golf course, water features, waterfalls and various fountains, why in the world would everyone be required to back their rigs into their space? It seems that fifth wheelers with a large rear window would take much better advantage of such beautiful views, however this RV Resort only accepts Class A coaches.
With most all new construction completed, this RV Park has become one of the best in the area. We stayed in one of their new exclusive sites close to the office which we regretted paying a premium for because most all other sites were just as good for less money. Anderson's Split Pea Soup was excellent as usual. Solvang is suffering due to our poor economy.
This is our third year staying here while on our winter trip south. Everything seemed normal until I got a frantic phone call at 8:00 AM on my cell from a male agitated office monarch who was vehemently complaining about my tow vehicle being parked (as others were) in one of the many empty spaces around us and threatened to have it towed away if I didn't move it immediately. How aboutL “Welcome to our RV Park, we hope you enjoy your visit with us and please do come back because in this economy we know you have many choices and we truly appreciate your business.” I moved the tow vehicle and never heard another word.
It’s with mixed emotions that I write this review because the good points pretty much equal out the bad points. The good points include easy access on Pacific Coast Highway, close to Santa Monica, clean well maintained rest rooms and laundry, fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean in an exclusive affordable RV setting in an exclusive area of California’s coast line. The not so good points have to do with the attitudes of some of the people who manage the park. While always courteous and respectful, I often got the feeling that they would rather be somewhere else. For instance when we checked in we were told in a cold matter of fact manner that there was only one space assigned to us. That’s it, take it or leave it. We had never been there before and planned to stay for 2 weeks. I wanted to inspect the space as a standard procedure. We were then told that we would also have to pay for the entire 2 week stay then and there and that there were no refunds if we left early. Certainly not the kind of welcome or hospitality I appreciated or ever experienced before. Additionally, there are signs everywhere telling you what you can’t do which only adds to the flavor that they would rather not have to deal with any kind of guest issues and just want to collect your money and have you go away somewhere and not bother them. I would not go back; however, it’s going to take some effort to get the tremendous views, sounds, and salty smells of the Pacific Ocean and Malibu coast line out of my mind before I’ll be able to make that final decision.
The Mill Casino RV Park seems like a large converted parking lot designed to serve RV owners who were casino bound and not that interested in enjoying the amenities of today’s typical RV Park. It provided us, however with a much needed a respite from typical Oregon winter weather complete with rain, hail, and mighty winds while on our trip to southern California. The large pull through space accommodated everything nicely without needing to unhook the tow vehicle, which would have been quite an experience in the above-mentioned weather. They also provided a much-appreciated warm and dry shuttle bus to and from the casino where we had an excellent dinner at their plentiful buffet. Overall it was a great place to stop and although it was not in our master trip plan. We appreciated and were grateful for all they had to offer.
This excellent new park has great potential. When the trees grow and offer more shade and if it is kept up as it is now, it will be one of the best in the area. The owners have done all they could to create a first class RV Park. There are however, a few areas, which will require close attention. The bathrooms/showers are very nice, but might require high maintenance to keep up and a single toilet in the men’s room might not adequately service everyone when in need. The constant traffic noise from nearby Highway 99 is a detractor, however is not uncommon along this busy highway, and after a while tends to blend in and become somewhat acceptable. Overall, this is a fine facility and only promises to get better.
If you want to experience a top of the line RV Motor Home Resort this is the place. You will be surprised and amazed by the facilities, its people, and other campers living in their top of the line motor homes many complete with custom waterfalls, gardens, and ultra-designed adjacent environments. A five night free coupon is on their web site and even if you have to pay full fare, this place is well worth the experience.
This RV Park is definitely not for everyone. It is especially not suited for those top end Class A’ers accustomed to the open designed, Motor Home only resorts with ultra-modern facilities complete with exclusivity and prestige. It is not by any stretch of imagination an Outdoor Resorts Motor Coach Country Club. It is, however a well-managed, clean and hospitable modest oasis in the Phoenix area dessert where the majority of full timers (snowbirds) are a main reason to enjoy this unusual facility. If you care for and respect our older generation as we do, you will love this place. The facilities are extensive. And although our motor home represented a very small portion of the general population, we were welcomed and greeted by friendly residents and staff every time we ventured out to enjoy the gym, pool, hot tub or to just watch the competition in horse shoes, tennis, lawn bowling, shuffle board and water aerobics. The pet rules are real and you should pay close attention to them while making your reservation. We enjoyed our 4-night stay and quickly adjusted to the unique environment to make the most of the experience. We hope to stay here again next winter for a few weeks while we again watch a few spring training baseball games at the close by Peoria stadium.
I can understand why this facility gets very good marks, because it is indeed managed very well, by very caring people however the park itself is something of a large parking lot with many full time residents who get up early and go to bed late. The park sits on a bluff out in the hinterland close to almost nothing with spaces tightly arranged to maximize space and although there are young trees and green areas, it feels like staying at park designed by Wal-Mart. That said it is still the best RV Park you will find in the tri-city area.
We have stayed here a few times before and while it is an excellent above average facility, for the life of me I cannot figure out why they water the grass all the time yet have those annoying water saving shower heads installed. I would also recommend you drive to the space they offer before accepting it, as many are not on level ground and many of the pads are in need of repair.
Older but well maintained facilities. Friendly staff. Class A motor homes will need to take a care getting into and out of the terraced spaces. Spaces are gravel and fairly level. Gig Harbor is a nice little town almost in walking distance however without side walks for part of the way on a very busy road. Bridge toll is $1.50 per axle, you only pay going from Gig Harbor to Tacoma. Will stay there again.
Months ago I made a reservation at this park, sent a check for the deposit and recently had to cancel a few weeks before our arrival date. They are keeping the deposit. As a successful business person, I will never understand how any RV park expects to build a business by abusing their future, present and future clients like this. I will never consider these people and their park and take this an example of how they think, do business and represent their unprofessional philosophy towards their customers.
This resort is not for everyone. It is expensive and has a feel of being exclusive. The staff is often seen as being impersonal and cold. That said, it is the finest class A motor home resorts we have experienced so far and would consider it a leader in what will become a standard in the future for class A RV resorts. It is not perfect, but it's close.
Good location just off HWY 97 across the street from Legends Casino. Park has a spacious layout. Took some time to level the coach. Place seems to need additional attention to keep it in good condition. Be sure to observe the many wonderful hand painted murals on buildings in Toppenish. Would stay there again.
Beautiful Park like setting on the banks of the Columbia River. Make reservations as the park gets full by 3:00 PM. Noise from trains and truck jack brakes the only minor problem however things quiet down after about 10:00 PM. Liked it so much we stayed an additional night but had to change spaces. Would stay here again.
No Showers, rest rooms, laundry, cable or TV reception. Close to down town Ellensburg. Quiet. Good for one or two nights stay. Not a resort. Easy access to I-90 for traveling to Eastern Washington and Idaho. Has potential.
As hard as the owners try, and they do, this facility is just not up to the average standards of a quality RV Park. In addition, when the wind blew from the wrong direction, we had to close all windows, and doors because of the foul smell from the pens near by that housed cattle waiting to be slaughtered. It was totally over whelming. Sadly, this park was the only place we found in the Fresno area that was not a converted mobile park, but next time we will look much harder to find a better one somewhere in the area..
A like new park located between I-5 and 99. It appears the facility is designed by non-RVers as the spaces were laid out with the cement patios too far back from most class A motor home steps so one needed to step in the flower beds to get in and out of the rig. Being so close to I-5 is both convenient and noisy as a major truck stop is right up the street with big rigs coming and going all night. When the wind blows the wrong way, you will get a whiff of the cattle pens down the road that will make your eyes tear. It is a good place to spend a few nights on your way north or south on I-5 or 99.
This is an excellent, small, well-managed, clean, quaint RV Park complete with shade trees, continental breakfast, running creek with croaking frogs, sparkling swimming pool, and an environment that makes you want to stay for weeks instead of days. Spaces are a bit tight but can be carefully navigated. Staff is friendly and dedicated. The rest room and shower facilities are spotless as is the rest of the park.
The RV Park is like new. The perimeter of the facility is excellent for walking dogs. The orange trees a nice touch. It is a large park with plenty of pull through space. It is a good place to stop for a few days while traveling either north or south on either I-5 or 99.
Newer, clean, friendly and located near shopping. Not to be confused with other RV Garlic resort in Gilroy that is not as nice. Some noise and bad smells all night from local industrial site south of park which might be a problem in summer.
Their web site listing is a bit misleading when it comes to the photos displayed and the copy "looking towards the mountains and sitting as an oasis" , however, this small facility is well maintained and located in walking distance to down town Sequim. It's right off hwy 101 and an easy drive north to Port Angeles and the M.V. Coho Ferry to Victoria.
Great location. Water front sites over looking Victoria. Sea planes land right over the park and make a racket when they take off, however the place is still the best Victoria has to offer. Walk on a man made path all the way into Victoria or take a water taxi that docks near the park. Nice restaurant on site that even stayed open one night when we missed dinner. Reserve your spot early, it fills up almost every night. Good luck on the M.V. Coho ferry. It was a tight fit on and off the boat with our HR Neptune. Did get a few door dings however.
It was cold! Went down to 20 degrees one night. This resort is one of the nicest we've seen so far, however, we were told that the lands it sits on has been sold and planned to be developed. Too bad for us RVers.