Road into and thru park is full of potholes and washouts. Park had no power for 14 hours while we were there. Operators suggested we run on generator till they got it fixed. Finally left when it was becoming apparent they were not going to get the power fixed. WIFI very spotty - works next to office but nowhere else. We wouldn't stay here again.
Stopped by on the way from Dallas to Atlanta. Very good experience with the Diamond Jacks park in Shreveport. This park has been purchased by Ameristar and was priced accordingly. They quoted $27 for one night with no-internet, almost no space, and bad power. We ended up going to Magnolia about 1.5 miles away.
I think the secret is out on this one. Louisiana counties seems to take their parks seriously, and the details are evident here. Nice waterfront spots with great cement trails around the lake. An excellent county park which we highly recommend.
An excellent example of a county run park. Nice, big spaces. Fishing and hiking and trails. A little bit off the highway, but highly recommend. We use it as a stop between Atlanta and the Florida panhandle.
A great spot on the gulf of Mexico. We were here for four days in spot EX-4, nice but remote. We moved down to a site on the beach and it was a completey different experience. It's a lot of money ($72.00) per day but highly recommended. You get a private deck and easy access to the beach. I found this park to be as nice as Topsail down the road. We would return.
A nice park almost halfway between Atlanta and Birmingham. Easy on/off to I-20 and good pull thru spots for overnighters. No amenities close, so plan accordingly. I use this park 7 - 8 times per year as a safe, clean overnight spot.
I would normally say 49 bucks a night is too much. But I think this place is worth it. Very nice sites with great landscaping and helpful staff. Great pool and spa were closed when we were there. Fantastic man-made waterfall. You have to have a nice Class A, so that makes it a little different crowd. But we enjoyed it and would certainly return.
Park is full of full-time residents with one or two open spaces near the highway. Enjoy your sleep as "Jake and his Big Brakes" serenade you all night long. It's basically a gravel lot full of very old trailers and motorhomes. We planned on staying a week and left after 2 days.
A very nice park convenient to Asheville and local shopping. Very easy access and about 15 minutes to the Biltmore. Nice pasture area in back for dogs. They were installing a pool when we were there. I would stay there again.
A very nice campground that is VERY high in the air. Never thought I would see 8% grades east of the mississippi. Overall and excellent park with nice attention to detail. The drop in elevation from top to bottom is probably 200', so you aren't going to do a lot of walking. Out in the middle of nowhere, so you have to be content with the sound of nature. A very nicely done park, only needs a hot-tub and better wi-fi.
The only 10 I have ever given. Excellent park, nice concrete pads, fantastic landscapes, very good water pressure. We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend and found it to be perfect. Warning.. Snakes were out and in full force. Several cotton mouths and 2 rattlers. Park guys said it was that time of year. Nobody was hurt, but they are scary to find in your camp. It's very hard to get reservations here, but we found that they always keep 10% available for first-come, first-serve drive-ups. That's how we got to stay a week of Memorial Day with no reservations.
Agree with the previous posters. This is the nicest RV park I have ever been to. Didn't find the waterfront spots to be worth the money. We were on #51 and it was fantastic. Excellent pool and sauna and hot tub. Tennis Courts. Nice spacious sites with excellent landscaping. Trash guys show up as soon as you put your trash outside. Everyone on the staff went out of their way to make sure we were happy. Traffic was a little busy getting into the place, but otherwise no problems. We will return.
One of the best RV parks I have ever stayed in. Nice paved roads and pads. Best showers I have encountered. Two showers heads, lots of pressure and plenty of hot water. Excellent pool and spa. Free cable and wifi. Wifi spotty at site, works best near pool / main office. Our rate reflects passport america rate. Normal rate is $40 per day. Close to downtown, right off 183. Very dog friendly with acreage both fenced and unfenced for dogs.
One of the nicest overnight parks I have ever stayed at. Brand new pool and spa plus great areas for dogs. Very pet friendly with a petting zoo and nice owners that make sure you are happy. Highly recommend.
Very close location to east Dallas. Basically a level gravel lot with power and wifi and cable. No bathrooms, and when it rains it turns into a mud puddle. Good place to stay when in Dallas, but only for a few days.
Excellent park located on the south west side of Lubbock. New facilities with excellent grading and all the amenities. Phone and cable plus 50 amp at each site. Best park in the area. Plus the owners are the more helpful and friendliest hosts we have ever met. Highly recommend if you are in the area. WIFI signal strong and free. Pull thru sites are large and spacious.
Truly is the nicest park in Albuquerque, although that isn't saying a lot. Only park with grass and spaces were large - no problem getting our 40' motorhome and toad into a pull-thru site. Strange hours - 10 to 6. Pool and spa are only open during office hours. WIFI is available but for $$. However, we were able to pickup a free hotspot in the park. Bathrooms clean - although they run out of hot water frequently. Sante Fe is a much nicer city than Albuquerque so we would stay there next time.
Basic gravel lot in the middle of the desert. The staff was very helpful and provided a great map for sight seeing. Not a big fan of KOA's, but this place is definitely worth a stop if you are traveling on I-40. Pancake breakfast and chuckwagon dinners are suspended for the season so we didn't get to sample the fare. Place fills up even during the week.
This is the first 10 we have given for any park. Not sure why others had issues, but this is a first class operation. Excellent large, level lots and very friendly office staff. True, there is no grass, but it's the desert. We got the train package and included the train ride and 2 nights with boarding for our dogs for $160. Spa and pool are available the hotel and are first class. They have excellent boarding facilities for pets, which we used when we went to the Grand Canyon for the day. Of all the places we have stayed and reviewed (over 70+), this is the nicest park we have encountered. We would certainly stay here again.
Park is inside Zions National Park and has no hookups. Our first boon docking experience and it is worth it. Views are breathtaking and the spots were large and plentiful. Bathroom with sinks and flusing toilets nearby and they have potable water and dump station in the park. Best national campground we have encountered. We stayed in spot #52 in a 40' motorhome with no problems.
Nice, new clean facility inside the national park. If you don't have national park card, it will cost you $12 to enter the park. From the gate it is about 5 miles to the campground. Big, level, concrete spaces with full hookups (including cable). WIFI is free and available at the nearby hotel. Pool and spa are there as well. Bathrooms clean and new. Didn't use the showers, but I read they charge $2.00 for 15 minutes.
High price - and it's more of a park model resort than an RV park. However, it is spotless and has all the right amenities. Excellent site, large rock pad with paved parking. WIFI is free but signal was weak. Great pool and hot-tub. Nicest place in Mesquite. We would stay here again.
Excellent new park just off 95 (right next to Lowes). Large spots that are paved. Little grass, but it is the desert. Not too close to the lake, but the amenities make up for this. Great pool and spa complex. WIFI strong and free. Very courteous staff and check in was a breeze. We would stay here again. Checked out the other Havasu resorts and they seem to cater to the loud, partying, boating crowd. This was more serene and quiet.
More of a retirement resort community than an RV park, but this was an excellent place to stay in Palm Springs. Fantastic mineral springs and pool complex. Lots of sand in the RV spaces, but we had an excellent lot with great shade. Office staff were the nicest we have encountered on our trip. Highly recommend you stop by and check them out.
An excellent park just across the Angeles forest from LA. Newer park with excellent pool and spa. Decent size sites, all concrete with trees and grass. Not much shade, but excellent accommodations. WIFI is free but of limited range. Showers and restrooms were nice and conveniently located. I would highly recommend if you are anywhere near LA.
When you first pull in, past the M/H park, you begin to think you might have made a mistake. But after we drove around and looked at the other parks in the area, you change your mind and think you are at the Ritz. Nice, clean park very close to the southern end of Yosemite. No real amenities, but it's close, safe and clean. The other parks in the area are very scary.
Two things keep this park from getting a perfect ten. #1) NO wifi and #2) pay showers :(. Otherwise this is a beautiful park right on the river. Friendly and personable host who went out of his way to make our stay enjoyable. Sights #29 and #30 were right on the river and had 50 AMP. We would stay here again.
Rudest staff we have ever encountered. I think the worst park experience we have had since we started RV'ing. Unless you like being berated and treated poorly, I would try Pismo Village right down the road.
Excellent field located right in the middle of Napa. Convenient to downtown and the local wineries. 50 AMP available at a few sites, but mostly 30. Large grassy field that is level and nice, clean restrooms. Current host informed us that they are putting in sewer and updating the park over the next few months. He also indicated the price will be going up substantially. We came for 2 days and ended up staying for a week.
Stayed here after not finding anything nice from Cresent City south. Very high rated TL park. Nice pull-through sites with real grass. Room for slides on both sides with at least 10-15 feet between neighbors. Good pool and hot tub. Excellent hosts. The WiFi signal was free and strong. We would stay here again.
Nice clean park with easy access to both Mt. Ranier and Mt. Saint Helen. Free WI-FI with strong signal. Site 1 best for large rigs. Friendly staff and very clean facilities. Two dings: 1) They charge for hot water in the showers and 2) They charge extra for pets.
An excellent park. I would say, the best anywhere near Seattle. Yes, it's right off route 101, but the views are waterfront and the sites are level, concrete and wonderful. The best park host we have encountered. Free WI-FI with good signal and excellent hookup arrangement. Traffic is very light at night so the road noise was not a factor for us. Came for one night and ended up staying for 5. Plus as a bonus, we saw seals every morning 25 feet from the motorhome.
Think walmart parking lot with electricity. The hosts are nice and helpful and the location is very close to Seattle, but the park is a giant parking lot with lots of long term tenants with sheds and outside storage. Convenient if you need quick access to Seattle, but otherwise would pass.
Excellent park in the middle of nowhere. Should you ever find yourself near Spokane, this is the place to stay. Nice level pads with huge patios overlooking a golf course. Excellent facilities (hot showers with tile), great laundry, and a fantastic pool/spa complex. We were right on the 8th hole. A little hard to find, it's in the back of a large residential area, but it's private and quiet and one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed. I highly recommend.
Typical canadian campground. Small sites, excellent views. Americans will want the 'deluxe' sites as they have a bigger pad and 50AMP service. Showers are terrible - no temperature control or volume control. You push a button on the wall and get about 10 seconds of water. Everything is extra$$ - and the locals tend to stare and point a lot. Good stopping place on the way to Banff and Lake Louise. Nice hot springs on the park but it costs you $7 to use. Overall they go out of their way to let you know that the hotel (resort) guests are more important than the campers. We couldn't wait to get back to the USA.
A nice overnight park on your way to/from Yellowstone. Pool/spa facilities were closed, but the restrooms were clean and the water was hot. No cable TV but easy access for satellite. Small lots, but when we stayed the park was empty, so it felt large and spacious. It might feel a little tight on a crowded night.
Excellent park that caters to both large MH and trailers. Best spots were the back-ins as they back up the Yellowstone National Forest. Large sites with all the hookups. Excellent shower and laundry facilities. Only thing that keeps it from being a 10 is the high cost of WIFI ($4 p/day) and no hot tub/spa. We used it as a base and had easy access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton.
Decent KOA just outside of Cody. It's pretty much a large gravel lot, so don't expect much grass. Also pool and other amenities were closed for the season, but no reduction in rate. Good place to overnight on the way to yellowstone but no reason to stay more than 1 day.
Let's just say, should you find yourself on the North side of St. Louis and very, very sleepy, you might want to stay here. Otherwise keep driving north. Large park with hundreds of shanty town trailers. A very scary shower.
Excellent state park - and it's only 13 per day. We stayed on the host site, and it was fantastic. We have a 39' and it was a tight squeeze to get in. We stayed in August and were the only people there for 2 days - excellent park should you find yourself in Southern Illinois
Decent park - next to a big truck stop and truck facilities - so there's lots of truck noice. They are no stranger to RULES here. Check in list is full of them. No WIFI. A nice place to stay should you ever been unfortunate enough to find yourself in Davenport, IA.
An excellent example of what a city park should be. The city of Adrian goes out of it's way to provide a safe, clean and beautiful park right behind the softball fields. A little close to the highway, but lots were large, the showers were hot and clean and the even allowed RV washing. The city is small and personable and everyone went out of the way to make us feel welcome. Highly recommend if you are near I-90
An excellent park located right on the banks of the Missouri river. Nice lodge that allows campers use of the indoor pool and spa. WIFI available in the hotel. Big lots with plenty of space and privacy.
Great overnight park on your way west. Cleanest showers I have ever seen. Nice large lots with plenty of space between campers. Gravel road :( but lots of deer, wild turkeys and very friendly rabbits abound.