This is a very nicely maintained park in a rural setting adjacent to I-40. Unfortunately the close proximity to I-40 results in incessant road noise which precluded a good night's sleep for both of us. The pull through sites are nice and level and all utilities functioned adequately. A better price than most KOA's that we have frequented.
We only stayed here because an accident on I-40 had created a traffic jam. The park is located behind a Motel 6 north side of I-40 at exit 218. The only positive thing was that we had a level and spacious pull through site on a concrete pad. Negatives are that it is not secure and is located in a seedy area, and the facilities are in a state of disrepair. I was shocked to find no less than six dead crickets in the bathroom sink and toilets and showers that had not been cleaned for quite some time.
We camped in pull through site 17 which had gravel base, was spacious, and reasonably level. Water pressure seemed low at times and there was no cable TV or laundry room. Owner was very nice and helpful and has propane service. Overall it was a good experience and we would return here.
This is a well kept park in a rural setting near Huntington, WV. We were pleased with our nice level pull-through site 38 and the performance of the utilities. There are two small ponds available for catch and release fishing at no extra cost. Only drawback is lack of cable TV and the high price which seems to be typical of KOA's in general.
This is a gem of a park located in the Laurel mountain area of southwestern Pennsylvania about 45 minutes from the Flight 93 memorial. It is a large park with interior lakes stocked with trout and available for fishing at $10/day. We camped in pull through site 385 which was level and had good functioning utilities including cable TV. We were only here one night but would return if we should happen to travel this way in the future.
Although rustic (clean facilities however) this is a good campground to get away from it all. It has access to the Swift River and moose have been seen within the campground. We found all utilities to be functional. We camped in site 62 which was surrounded by trees, but had cable TV. Tree trimming was needed. The only disturbance was early morning weapons discharge from a nearby gun club.
This is a small and very tidy campground in a great location with superb views of Fundy tides. It is convenient to both Campobello Island and the West Quoddy Head lighthouse. We were in pull through site 11 and it was very difficult to access with our 36 foot Cameo. The site was extremely narrow. We were less than 3 feet from our neighbors. Most of the other sites were also very narrow. The manager was very informative and helpful. We also encountered some problems with the operation of the laundry room dryers.
This is an above average and nicely manicured park operated by a very nice and diligent owner. Unfortunately we arrived at the park after a heavy rainstorm and encountered very muddy conditions. Gravel sites would be better than grass and natural soils. Access was also very tight and the interior roads were quite narrow with sharp turns at the intersections. We observed one motorhome that became bogged down in mud and required towing.
The owners/managers of this park are very attentive and personable and helped us solve a problem with our RV in a very timely manner. The park is better than average but has some serious water pooling problems which occurred during some heavy rains during our stay. It could use some more gravel work on many of the sites. Access is also a little on the tight side.
This park achieves high marks for location, views, cleanliness, and attentiveness of the owners/managers. We camped in pull-through site 38 which was near the sea front. The main negative was poor drainage of many of the sites after rainfall and the occurrence of mud holes in the interior access roads. The sites would be better with gravel pads rather than grass and natural soil.
This is a very well manicured park in a rural setting approximately 20 minutes from the ferry to old Quebec City. We camped in a pull through site on Avenue 6 and were pleased with the performance of the utilities. The negatives that would keep this park from earning a higher rating from us were constant road noise due to proximity to the Transcanadian highway and the strong smell of manure from a nearby feedlot or dairy farm.
Location next to the St. Lawrence River and views were the best thing going for this park. Tight road access to transient area and uneven sites are the adverse things. Did not experience the power problems mentioned by a previous reviewer, but we did not have to use any air conditioning. The utilities performed adequately for us. The sites would probably get quite muddy if it rained. The owners were very nice and helpful.
We camped in a pull-through spot with full hookups in a grassy field. The spot was not particularly level. The water connection was located quite far from our rig and we did not bother to hook up. The park is listed as a resort and has many facilities (at least 40 years old) which are in severe disrepair. We used the laundry which was in OK condition. Two of the restrooms located near the laundry were not clean. The one good point was the camp host was very polite and helpful. We would probably not return.
The main thing going for this park is the price. Basically it is a converted parking lot. Our particular space (B3) was a near perfectly level back-in with 50 amp service and a water hookup at the rear of the site. The park manager was very friendly and helpful with respect to providing guidance on the historic highlights of Springfield. This park is not always open to the public due to events at the fairgrounds, so it is important to call ahead.
This is a very good but not excellent park in the old St. Charles area of St. Louis. All utilities performed well and the sites were concrete and level. Unfortunately, the park is located within the landing pattern of an airport and near a railroad bridge, making a good night's sleep somewhat difficult. Our principal objection was the price. I suppose operating a park near a big city is costly.
This was an incredible deal. A free night in exchange for acquiring a players card at the casino. The park was new and spotless. The only important utilities lacking were sewer hookups and cable TV. However, there was a dump station at the exit. This is obviously not well know since there were only three other rigs in the park. Apparently the rate increases to $25/night if you stay more than one night.
This is an adequate no frills park. We camped in pull through site 119B which was spacious. All utilities performed without problems. We are Passport America members and received the discounted nightly rate. We would return if in need of an overnight space in the Amarillo area.
This park was adequate but not not as nice as some others in the Salida, Buena Vista area. Nearest public river access was 3.7 miles to the north. We were unable to access Verizon from this park and the park Wi-Fi was very slow. The owners were personable and helpful and sold expresso and capuccino, etc., at the main office. I believe we would choose a park with river access when we return to this area in the future.
We were in site 13 which was located on the Arkansas River. Site was a bit cramped for parking our truck. We were told to move our floor mat because we had infringed 3 inches on some of the grass. I viewed this as a nitpicking requirement since the overall condition of the grass was very poor. The lack of a cable TV is a negative since bat wing antenna reception is very poor. Overall the campground was in a picturesque setting and we would camp here again.
This is a very nice immaculate park, but the sites and turning areas were pretty tight where we were located. We had reserved a pull through site (No. 156) for our 36 foot rig. It turned out that the site was barely long enough to fit our truck and camper with both disconnected, and with the truck parked at an angle. We had difficulty exiting our site the next day due to the tight turn from our site and the curbing that bordered the site. Cable TV at our site was also fuzzy on many of the channels.
This was a small no frills park attached to a motel. The owner/manager was very friendly and accommodating. We had evacuated our rig storage site and home due to a forest fire and she charged us only 1/2 of normal rate. Most other parks in the area would not even consider such a benevolent approach. We encountered a wire problem with the 50 amp at our site but the thirty amp was OK.
It seems like KOA's are the most expensive of all campgrounds, and this was no exception. The camp hosts were very friendly at check-in and the pull through site was more than adequate. It was very level and all utilities were readily accessible. The basic landscaping was a gravel lot, but more than adequate for a single night's stay. That is the longest we would ever plan to stay in Van Horn, Texas. We would return if necessary.
This was a very nice "boondock" park. We spent two nights in pull through site 75, which was adjacent to the camp host's site. Before we arrived, we were concerned about border security, since the Rio Grande flows adjacent to the park. However, our concerns were put aside after discussion with the camp host. Overall, the park is well maintained. The daytime high reached about 85-90F, but cooled off to less than 50F at night. Our Honda 2000 generator served us just fine. Several roadrunners visited our site.
This is an absolutely beautiful park. We were in pull through site 7, which was a full hookup site. It was very quiet, and we enjoyed visits by both deer and javelina. We were surprised to find cable TV service, not a norm for state run parks. Other than a need for some tree trimmings, the park was well maintained. We will return again if we come back to this area.
We camped in site 33 which was considered a river site. Overall the park is very nice. However, it appears that tree trimming is needed - too many low branches and trees in the way. We also found that one of the desk help was a bit on the crabby side. Sadly we learned that the park is being changed to long term rentals next year, and it is doubtful that we would stay here for the 1-4 month periods that are being offered.
Overall this is a very nice park with adequately sized spaces for big rigs. The only objection is that the interior roads are narrow. We had to do a little backing while making some of the turns so as to avoid running over rocks and bushes. This is the best park in the Taos area and we would return.
We hosted a Carriage rally at this park and found the staff to be the friendliest and most cooperative we have ever encountered. The park is located in a nice pinon/Juniper setting southwest of Las Vegas. We will certainly return here in the future. The only negatives were low water pressure and lack of cable TV.
This is a very secure, clean and well maintained park. However, it is very expensive and much more so than several other parks in the Las Vegas area. One turnoff was that smoking is permitted in the pool and hot tub areas, but then again, is there any place in Las Vegas where smoking is banned? Overall we were pleased with our site and stay.
The park is primarily a large level gravel lot with a large quantity of pull-throughs. We found it more than adequate for a one-night stay and it was reasonably quiet considering proximity to BNSF Railway. The staff was very friendly and the facilities very clean and well maintained. The manager advised that they no longer participate with Passport. We would stay here again.
We camped in a short pull through which was uneven from side to side and from front to rear. It was also quite cramped for our 36 foot Cameo when we exited. There were two washers and two dryers, and one of the washers had been out of service for some time. Overall the park was adequate and very convenient to Zion, Bryce and Pipe Springs.
We were located in a pull through site which required side-to-side leveling. The sewer connection was at the rear of the site and our 15' Drain Master hose would not reach. We had to retrofit an extension. There was some bothersome road noise. The park employees were very cordial and helpful. Overall our experience was positive and we would stay here again.
We stayed in site 407 which was very close to the activity center. The park is new and well maintained. The site was large and immaculate: gravel with a large concrete patio. The security guard provided assistance in getting parked. All types of activities are available during peak season. The $20 per night rate included all utilities and was much more reasonable than other Yuma parks we had researched. Despite being in Yuma for dental work, we thoroughly enjoyed the pool and hot tub and shuffleboard courts. Only negative is noise from numerous aircraft flyovers and nearby trains. We would return to this park.
We camped here for five nights and this is one of the most immaculate parks we have ever stayed in. Prices seem quite high. All of the sites are grass and are immediately mowed upon resident departures. It almost seems somewhat impractical. Only objections are the amount of rules and monitorings that have been implemented to protect the grass. Haines is a beautiful area and we would return and stay at this park.
We camped in a nice long pull through with grass. Electric, sewer, water and cable TV service were all adequate. Noticed that the park was for sale and the owner was a little bit on the grumpy side. Main objections were too many potholes in the interior roads, and lack of a laundry facility.
This is a very nice park with more than adequate facilities. It is wooded and some trees and branches appear to be in the way on a number of the sites. However, we did not have a problem on our site (#25). Only objection was that it was very close to train tracks and sleep was interrupted from time to time.
On our entire trip to and from Alaska I have decided this to be the best park. All sites are spacious gravel pull-throughs with grass between sites. Big rig friendly. It is very manicured, clean and quiet. No annoying tress or branches. Your are also allowed to clean your vehicle on site, which is only the second place that we stayed that allows this. All services provided performed well.
We camped here for three nights in the park called Marathon and we backed up right to Resurrection Bay. This is probably one of the nicest boondock situations we have encountered. Our site was wide enough to accommodate both our rig and truck. We would return.
We enjoyed our stay at this park and camped in pull through site 21. All facilities were more than adequate, although a bit cramped. Grass on the sites could have used a mowing. Staff was very nice and most helpful. We would return if we come back to the Kenai.
We question whether the owners should allow an RV park to continue on these premises. The sites and facilities are OK with the exception of cable TV. The owners operate an apparently successful fish processing facility on the premises which operates at least 20 hours per day and is very noisy. We frankly could not sleep. We complained and the owners offered to refund our money. They also advised that they are considering expanding the fish processing facility and may close down an additional RV site or two. There are better choices in Homer.
The park was completely gravel and caliche and full of potholes upon arrival. This material gets very messy when it rains. However, repairs of the potholes were undertaken during our stay. Services were adequate at our full-hookup site. This is by no means a pretty park, but it appears to have much more space than the other Dawson City CG.
This is one of the best parks we have visited on our Alaskan journey. We stayed in a spacious, full hookup pull through, which had enough space for two rigs. It even had grass and was well maintained. The staff, particularly one lady, was very friendly and helpful. We stayed a total of six, very restful nights.
We were placed in pull through site number 32 which did not turn out to be a pull through. The equipment was on the wrong side of our 36 foot trailer and we had to back out more than 100 yards upon leaving. It appears that this park should be restricted to small rigs only. It is far too small and tight. Even the dump station was misplaced.
We camped in a full hookup pull through site which was quite unlevel. It was also quite muddy due to significant rainfall. No complaints about the services. Mountain views are spectacular. Overall much better than some other Alaskan RV parks we have seen or camped in.
This is probably one of the better parks in the Whitehorse area, but that is not saying much. We camped in pull through site number 9 which was long enough for our rig and truck but quite unlevel. Site widths are extremely narrow - too close to our neighbors. There is only water and electric at the site and a dump station. There are trees in the park which give you a better feel than some of the other parks which are ugly crowded parking lots. The park is about 15 miles from Whitehorse near the Skagway turnoff. Wi-Fi seemd to work OK.
This was a beautiful park located on a lake-marsh frequented by moose. We selected back in space number 16 in lieu of a pull-through in order to enjoy the view. The site was level and required no blocks for our rig. This was a very memorable location and we would return.
We camped in site number 32 which was an extra long and spacious back in for our 36 foot fifth wheel. This park is absolutely immaculate and beautiful. If there were any services at all, at each site I would rate it a 10. The nightly fee includes entrance to the hot springs.
This park is nothing more than a subdivided parking lot with very narrow spaces. However, it is more than adequate for an overnight stay and definitely beats a Wal-Mart situation. The owners were very helpful and pleasant and the laundry facility was well maintained. We stayed in pull through site number 31, which was plenty long but very narrow. The WiFi and cable TV were in good working order.
We camped in pull space 73. The exit from the space was on a fairly steep grade and we were unable to use it for fear of dragging the rear of our trailer. The sewer outlet was actually uphill from the trailer and made it difficult to discharge waste. The campground facilities were in a state of dilapidation. We would not return to this campground.
We were in space 18 which had a tremendous view. We encountered tree limbs upon entering and the maintenance man immediately addressed the problem and removed the limbs. The site was somewhat out of level front to rear, and we unable to level our rig in that direction. We would have had to reconnect which we chose not to do. It appears that some TLC is needed to justify the $40+ fare. If we had it to do over again we would have taken our chances on camping in Glacier NP.
We stayed here for one night in space 19 on our way to Glacier National Park. The parallel parking setup is most unusual but worked well for us as we elected to remain hitched up. The owner was very helpful and provided us a map of GNP. He also told us that he was originally from Louisiana and worked in the oil and gas business, a common thread. He also stopped by our site later in the evening to see if we would need any propane before departure. We would stay here again.
We camped in space 43 which was a spacious pull through with 30 amp service and cable TV which had very good reception. The only negative about this campground are that there are a number of permanent type trailers which are in very poor condition and distract from the overall appearance. The owner was very helpful and owns several friendly and curious cats which like to jump into the storage compartments or enter your rig if you happen to leave the door open.
We camped for one night in pull through space number 6 which had more than enough space for our 36 foot 5er and F250 truck hooked up. This is by no means a beautiful campground, but it is more than adequate for an overnight stay. The camp host was very friendly and helpful.
We are Passport members and camped here for one night in space A-7, a pull through. It turned out to be a side-to-side situation and there was only a few feet of space between us and our neighbor. The situation was OK for 1 night, but we would not like this for a longer stay. Otherwise everything else was fine. Quality of park not up to the same level as nearby American RV, Isleta Lakes, or Albuquerque Central KOA. However, those parks also cost much more than $18 per night.
We only camped here for one night enroute to the Fredericksburg area. This campground has an ugly appearance but our pull-through site was very spacious. Biggest complaint was that the sewer backed up when we unloaded our gray water. This is a Passport America park and the low price was our main reason for staying here. The owners/managers seemed somewhat grumpy in nature.
This is the best park located right in Carlsbad. Unfortunately all the sites are gravel. Pull through sites are adequate as is the utility service. Park cable is included. The Passport rate makes it a bargain. We stayed here once before when we were touring Carlsbad Caverns.
We attended a Carriage rally here and all the features of the campground were in good working order. Our pull-through was spacious and we had good water pressure and electric service. Only thing missing was park cable, but local channel service was adequate. Good location to access wineries, LBJ ranch, Luckenbach and Fredericksburg. Would stay here again.
This is probably the best park in Durango. It is set back at least 250 meters from busy road US 550. The pull-through sites are gravel, level and well maintained. The nightly rate is steep but not uncommon for the Durango area. We frequently visit the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado and prefer to stay in equally nice parks for much less cost near Montrose, Dolores and Cortez.
This was a more than adequate campground located on a hilltop on the east side of Sundance. We stayed here for one night for the purpose of visiting Devils Tower National Monument, a 35 mile drive from this RV park. We were more than pleased with a spacious pull through and the view from our campsite.
This park is a gem. All sites are very large pull throughs. The view of the mountains here is spectacular. This is a much nicer park for the money than most in the San Juan Mountains area. This is one of Passports best listings.
This is a beautiful park located in the pine trees less than 100 meters from Jackson Lake. The pull through site which we had provided more than enough space. We stayed here for three nights and wish we could have been able to extend.
This park desperately needs to be reconfigured. Nearly all the spaces are too small inasmuch as you are only a couple of meters from your neighbor's rig. I would suggest that they copy the layout at Colter Bay in Grand Teton NP and convert most of the sites to pull throughs. Another poor feature is the quantity of posts along the interior roadways. We met at least three people who had hit one of these and damaged their rigs. These posts need to be removed.
This is a well run RV park very close to all the important downtown sites of Cody. We stayed in a pull through site which we would classify as adequate but not spacious. The park was filled to capacity during our two-night stay, but things were very quiet after sunset.
We are Passport members and camped here for a week. It is centrally located in the Black Hills and convenient to all the sites. For the price this campground is more than adequate. The pull throughs are spacious. Although we are not horse owners, we found that many of the people with horses were satisfied repeat customers.
We were situated in space number 1 which which was a large pull through with a concrete slab. There was sufficient length to park our truck either to the front or rear of our fifth wheel. I counted twenty paces between sites which makes this one of the most spacious parks we have ever visited. It is very convenient to Scotts Bluff NM, Fort Laramie NHS and Agate Fossil Beds NM.
It is entirely our fault that we stayed here and subjected ourselves to the tight space miseries discussed many times by previous reviewers. It was late in the day and we preferred this situation to overnighting in a Wal-Mart parking lot. Otherwise we would never return. The owners really need to reconfigure this park and allow at least another five feet between spaces.
We camped here in space 10, a very nice pull through. This is the third time we have camped at Isleta Lakes. It is usually a convenient overnight stopping point on our way to or from our home in southern New Mexico. The park facilities are very nice. The only reason we do not rate this 10 out of 10 is train noise from the nearby Rail Runner. The Isleta Pueblo also provides a complimentary shuttle to the hotel-casino, buffet, or golf course.
We camped in site 79, a very spacious pull- through for four nights. Physically this campground appears very well kept. However, this park is quite remote and not convenient to Durango or other sites in the region. Our complaint started on the third day of our stay when two noisy groups with kids and large barking dogs moved in across the street from us. These people had no regards for the camp rule of quiet time from 9PM to 7AM. The next morning we complained to the manager who promised to take care of the problem. However, a third party arrived to join the other two groups for our last night and the problems persisted. We attempted to contact the manager via cell phone but only reached his voice mail. We were finally forced to confront these people ourselves in order to get them to quiet down. We reviewed the history of comments for this park and noted that similar problems were encountered by others in the past. I doubt that we will return to this location.
We were located in space 39 on the Rio Grande river which was nice and spacious. The river access makes this the nicest park in the Southfork - Creede area. The principal objections we had were as follows: (1)our reservations were messed up and we heard this problem echoed by other occupants, (2)the park needs a good tree thinning in order to improve access, and (3)some stray dogs were in the area. The new managers assured us that the kinks in the reservation system were going to be improved.
This RV park is basically a subdivided gravel lot. Pull through sites are more than adequate in size. Right next to RR tracks and trains will interfere with sleep. However, the price is right. OK for overnight stopover.
This park is in a very nice forested location. Although the park can handle big rigs, it seems a little tight getting around, and you have to watch out for trees. Our site was not level and it took all of our leveling blocks to level our rig. Very convenient to National Monuments in Flagstaff area. We stayed here two nights in off season and I would have to say that rate seems quite high.
We stayed over night on a trip to Arizona. Lordsburg is on a main railroad line and trying to sleep is a problem. Otherwise this campground is very adequate, although not a thing of beauty. We stayed in a pull through site.
We stayed here for two months during Feb and Mar 2009. This is truly a resort more than it is a campground. Numerous activities including golf, pickleball, crafts, cards, pools, hot tub. No excuses to ever be bored. Best place we have ever stayed. We are coming back for three months next year. Sites are spacious and well developed.
We stayed two nights in a pull through. Site was adequate with very panoramic views of Sangre De Cristo and Jemez Mountains. This is the second time we have stayed here. Very quiet. Only complaints are lack of cable TV and water pressure seems lower than most other campgrounds we have visited.
We stayed here for four nights during the Rally 2009 in a pull through. Although the campground was full we did not feel cramped and it was very quiet. Managers were very helpful and provided a "donations only" pancake breakfast. Very convenient to Albuquerque sights. Only complaint is lack of cable TV.