Expensive but I guess if you use the facilities. This is definitely a campground that functions as a resort where you stay in your own home. They have lots of activities for children every day. A full shop and cafe, large pool with lifeguard, full fitness center and what them deem a swimming lagoon. The swimming lagoon is reasonable to look at but I would not venture into it. It is oily and full of mud. They do have boats for hire and also a water playground which looks like fun for little kids. There internet is great: fast and good connection. The site we had was one of their cheapest but with a dirt base. All sites have this dirt base which meant dirt get everywhere inside you RV on your shoes everywhere, it would have been much nicer if it was stones or alike. Overall a great resort if you have kids and want to spend time there. In a very nice area with full security and gated entrance.
This RV resort has great facilities. It has a pool and spa both clean and well maintained. It has a great TV room with state of the art TV and a 2 full pool tables in another rec room. The staff were friendly and helpful too. There are a few negatives - they have an ant problem and ants are everywhere both inside and outside the RV. It is expensive for where you are which is right under the freeway but it is San Diego. The other negative we found is that you only get 4 hours of free internet - for the price Wi-Fi should be free. Overall reasonable for a few days stay - nice shady sites also.
A very pretty campground with lots of trees and space. This is real camping unlike the Kamping the other RV parks offer. There are no hookups, but this adds to the peace and tranquility, however there are drop toilets for the campers and drinking water available. Most sites are tent sites so get there early to reserve your piece of paradise. There is no space for rigs over about 30ft. Each site has fire rings and tables. A lovely place to camp.
We camped here as this is a Passport America campground and it was wonderful. The lady in the office was very friendly and she sold home made cook books and greeting cards. She went out of her way to ensure we knew all the local attractions (definitely visit the Corn Palace!). The campground has lots of grass and trees and is very pretty. There is a shop just down the road: a lovely walk past corn fields. The internet worked well. We would stay here again.
This park was in a good spot to explore Salt Lake from. It is a nice campground with good facilities. The pool and spa are clean and well maintained although like most KOA's full of young children. They have a great basketball court and equipment is free to hire. The internet is provided by Nomad and although free, didn't work for us even though we had full signal - we have found this typical of Nomad. There is a RV wash on the property which may be helpful if you have a dirty RV. All sites are well shaded and have picnic tables. Staff were friendly and helpful.
We arrived late at this campground after a day at the falls. There are a number of campgrounds located in this area. All expensive. I found this particular campground to be very expensive for what I was getting. The road noise was terrible, all night, all morning. The builders started hammering and sawing at 7:00am in the morning. There was no access to the internet and for what we were paying it would have been nice to at least receive one service. I don't think this is a campground worth $48 on a weeknight - especially when you could stay in a hotel at Niagara for $30 with breakfast included. There are hotels right next door to this campground for that amount and next time I will skip Campark's over commercialized campground for the nice hotel.
Fantastic campground on the way to Las Vegas. The staff at the hotel are lovely and it is a breeze to check into the campground which is right beside the hotel. On check in we were given 2 free drink cards and an access card to the hotels pool and fitness center. There is easy access to both of these from the campground through the rear door to the hotel. Pool and spa were both very clean and well maintained. The campsite was fine for an overnight stop: full hookups a few trees scattered around. It was relatively full when we were here. I would definitely stop again. They have a cafe in the hotel serving good meals and a bar in the gaming area where we collected our free drinks. Overall a very nice stay.
We needed an RV park to power our fridge as we had just come out of Yellowstone. There are not many RV parks in Gardiner but we went to check into Rocky Mountain RV Park. Initially we were ignored for an extend period of time. Then we were not greeted warmly and asked if we wanted to check in, we were ordered to move our RV up to the stop sign. The lady on the front desk was extremely rude and obnoxious. She told us the price ($50 - no cable, no WIFI, no sewer) and asked as to move our RV and come back. We moved our RV up to the stop sign. My partner and I were having a conversation as to whether or not we wanted to stay here and the man that was cleaning the bathrooms came over to us. He was talking loudly on his 2 way to the lady in reception and they were obviously talking about us. He asked us what we were doing and we responded that we were having a discussion and we would be into the office shortly. The man walked away making rude comments about us on his 2 way. After a brief look at the facilities (limited) we decided we did not want to stay in an RV Park where we had been treated so poorly. I did take notice of the pop up camper who were staying there and had to wait for 2 hours for the ladies bathrooms to be cleaned. And by cleaned, well... I would not call it clean. We left and DID NOT STAY AT THIS RV PARK. We stayed down the road - wonderful friendly service and half the price. Do not stay at Rocky Mountain RV Park.
It doesn't really matter what condition the park is in, if you're not offered good customer service, you're not going to enjoy your stay. We are paying $41 per night, yet when we asked them to print one page for us so we could see a local attraction, they said it was against policy. It's just not good enough. Nor is the wifi which is extremely slow when it occasionally works. It's a decent drive to the train station, where you then take a further 1.5 hours (and $12 per person round trip) to get into the Chicago city. It seems that the search for an RV park with access to Chicago continues. Until then, leave your RV at home and find a cheap hotel in the city.
This was a nice park. The pool and spa were great! The bus stops right out the front which is handy to get into the city and explore the fascinating River Walk. Upon check-in the staff were very helpful, we've never been given so much information about a town! The Wi-Fi was free with moderate signal strength. Only complaint is that we were offered the more expensive sites first, we had to inquire about the cheaper sites that we need for our smaller RV. Would stay here again.
A big concrete car park in a great location. You can walk to the strip from here, with stops on the Deuce bus system nearby. The pool was big and cool, just what you need. The spa was closed when we were there. Free Wi-Fi is available although the speed was quite slow. Laundry was good although the socks i left on the bench went missing! At $29 a night it was great value given the location.
Very nice on the eyes! It's a lovely green park, covered in trees and right on the beach. You really feel like you're camping, as apposed to some parks where it's all concrete. Fire places provided, although you're no allowed to collect wood. No laundry. Showers cost a quarter for 2 minutes. Our only complaints were that the check-in system was a little confusing (with nobody at the desk) and there was no sewer hook-ups, and we all know how busy dump stations are when leaving in the morning! We would happily stay here again.
You pay $22 to an envelope in an office... and you get a place to park, with cable, 30/50amp, water and sewage. All in fairly bettered condition...i wore gloves when connecting the power as the board was cracked and i felt a little unsafe! No other facilities. It's just fine if all you need is somewhere to stop overnight, however it really should be priced at closer to $15.
Dockweiler was a good base to see LA from. Its not a campground you would want to spend the day in but it is right on the beach and this makes for nice walks and sunsets. They don't have Wi-Fi, so it makes for an expensive campground. The other down side is the planes, as it is right in front of LAX. Overall an OK place to stay.
We stayed overnight at this relatively new campground and found it fantastic. The staff were friendly and very helpful, the sites are big and the shrubs are growing. There is plenty of space and a walking track leads off the property. They are just finishing the edging around the lovely pool. I have never seen such clean restrooms and showers as I have at this park - they are wonderful - brand new! The WiFi worked very well. They gave us a discount even though we didn't have a good Sam card - they went out of their way to make our stay a pleasant one. Thanks Broke Mill we will come back!
We checked into Boyds campground over the deemed "low" season and were surprised to be charged 'high" season rates. It cost $90 for a site with just water and electric! We were given a tiny site. We only have a 22 ft motor home and it did not fit into the site, the hood was in the road! The site we were allocated had to share the power and water with the site behind and as we were the second to arrive we had to plug our RV into one of the outdoor plugs made for plugging outdoor lights or alike in. Consequently our power kept shorting and turning off. The water pressure was terrible as it was a shared connection: you don't get much for $90! The pool was heated to 104 degrees. At the end of spring when the temperature outside was the same, it was not cool and refreshing, rather hot and germy! Don't use the bathrooms: they are dirty and unkempt. The Internet only works on certain site. The draw card for coming to Boyds was that they advertise a shuttle bus: nope. They tell you to get on the local bus, which is late and doesn't run in the evening! And costs extra on top of the $90 you have already paid. Total waste of money. Stay in a motel for the same in the center of town. We moved after 1 night and stayed at Seashells Motel for the same price. It was lovely.