The only game in town. Good location just a few miles south of Ketchum. Short bike ride to paved, scenic, 20+ mile bike path. Friendly reception. Spots are very tight for a big rig to maneuver in to/out of. Not all sewer connections convenient. Most spots side to side hookups. Not a problem this stop as less than 10 RVs in park. Restroom as clean as any I've seen, but only one sink/shower/toilet. Could be a problem in a full or near full park. Excellent WI-FI, no cable and antenna reception limited to one fuzzy channel.
Rate reflects a military discount which was appreciated. Very clean park. Restrooms/showers were as clean as any I've seen. Large, easily accessed, level spot on gravel with a lawn area/picnic table and fire ring. No longer have a dog but the off leash pet area looked very nice. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Led to spot and owner cleaned picnic table while we set up. Not much going on in town, but a trip to Bear Lake was worth it for the views.
Rate includes Good Sam discount and no sewer. This is a very nice park directly on the Salmon River. We backed in to a nice site about 50' from the river. Riverfront sites have no sewer, but are more spacious and enjoy better views. Staff all very friendly and helpful. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. No cell phone service, and no TV w/o satellite. Ten dollar dump fee charged but not unreasonable considering the low basic camping rate. North Fork is two miles north and has a very nice cafe/store/gas station.
This is a very nice, and very large, state park. A former WW II Navy training base. It has four different campground areas. We stayed in Waldron, which turned out to be the only one suitable for our 38' fifth wheel (not all sites were large enough here either). We had a nice pull through site, which was very large and comfortable. The bathrooms appeared rather new and were maintained to the highest standard by the hosts. Several great hiking trails and a not to miss WW II museum (free) at the old Navy brig. Overall, good location mid way between Coeur D'Alene and Sandpoint. No Wi-Fi and insufficient signal to use my Sprint hotspot. Got 2 TV channels with antenna.
We were looking for a good one night park as we travelled north. This was a good fit. Easy in/easy out of a nice sized site. Bathrooms pretty clean considering lots of traffic including lots of kids using the adjacent pool. Utilities were fine, except cable which was only useable on about 2/3s of the channels. Did not try Wi-Fi as my Sprint hotspot worked fine. We would stay here again, if passing through the area.
This was our fourth stay at this resort. It continues to be a wonderful park with large sites, great utilities, clean, modern facilities and wonderful staff. It is always a peaceful and relaxing stay. Would not stay anywhere else in Bend.
Park was just starting up for the season so not all facilities were up and running (rate was discounted 15% because of this). Very friendly and helpful management. Nice park right on the river. Sites had plenty of room and no problems maneuvering in and out with a 38' fifth wheel. Good power and water. Wifi signal was good. About 20 channels on cable. Got the impression that during peak season (Memorial day to Labor day) that a good number of sites are booked up for a month or more for use as a getaway so book early. Would be happy to stay here again.
Don't believe the Trailer Life Directory for this campground. Waaaay overrated. The good stuff is that there was a friendly welcome at check in and was led to the site. Bathrooms OK. The bad stuff: The dog "run" is pathetic. It is a small patch of dirt and many users obviously don't pick up after pets. Numerous cats wandering through the campground going up RV stairs and running under RV and truck. Many sites appear to be occupied with permanent folks whose sites resembled the depression era of the 1930s. Been RVing over 8 years and this is the first time I felt the need to lock my storage access doors. Winnemucca is in the middle of nowhere and these are the only real choices. I'd stay there again for one night if it was my only option but I would try hard to plan around it all together.
This is strictly a no frills park pretty much in the middle of nowhere. It appears about 90% of stores downtown are boarded up and out of business. The park itself is on the fairgrounds. Sites are grass, mostly level. Some can be used as pull through, the rest back ins. Sites relatively close together. Full hookups (30 amp) for $18, with no cable (picked up a number of channels through antenna), no Wi-Fi (my sprint hotspot had zero bars). Bathrooms were fairly new but poorly maintained. No staff was seen during the one night stay. Self service check in at kiosk. Calls to published number went unanswered before arrival. Very quiet and peaceful for a good nights rest. If you are going this way and need an inexpensive, quiet place to spend a night and do not need any amenities this isn't a bad spot.
"Resort" is a big stretch. "Average campground" a more realistic description. Price reflects Good Sam discount and is a bit high considering the campground ammenities. Staff friendly at check-in and was led to site. Watch for wide turns for big rigs as there are a number of trees and other obstacles (not a problem if you are careful). All hook ups and cable were fine. Did not use Wi-Fi. Bathrooms clean but no soap provided to wash your hands (can't be that expensive...this is a resort). Pool/spa closed for season but looks pretty good. Dogs are allowed but had the feeling they weren't particularly welcome. Two large dog walk areas but not a blade of grass in sight...all dirt, rock and sagebrush. Park location is convenient to all area activities. Overall, a decent park if a bit overpriced. Would consider staying here again but would check for alternatives first.
This is a great state park. Stayed in the newer section (Dogwood Loop) with full hookups and 50 amps electricity. Spacious sites, mostly shaded with lots of room between units. Very nice pull through sites and long back in sites. Bathrooms new and well maintained. Excellent biking and walking/hiking trails. Numerous beaches on clean, scenic Payette lake. Close to downtown for nice restaurants and shops. We'll definitely come here again.
This is a very nice park. It is clean and well maintained and all the staff we encountered were friendly and helpful. Our site was a good size with concrete pad (level) and patio area. The bathrooms and laundry facilities were very clean. We did not have a chance to use the pool or hot tub. The full timers in the campground had neat and well kept sites. We were here four nights and most certainly would stay here again.
Wonderful RV resort in a quiet country setting. All facilities are first class: clubhouse, pool, laundry and restrooms/showers. Nice golf course (discounted for RVers) w/in walking distance. All sites level concrete and very spacious. Friendly, efficient staff. Our rate reflects Good Sam discount. We stayed here three nights and would most certainly stay again when in this area. This was our second stay here.
We were looking for a convenient overnight site, and we found it here. Not the prettiest place we've stayed at, but we got a very long pull through which was level and had good utilities. Friendly check in, and we were led to our site. Easy access on/off I-40. Did not use the restroom, showers, laundry, cable or wi-fi so no comment on those items. Price reflects Passport America.
This is a very cool campground. Great facilities with an authentic western flavor. Exceptional restrooms/shower and laundry. Inviting pools. Nice long pull through sites of various lengths as well as some back ins. Concrete, level sites, many with concrete patios, picnic tables, and fire rings. Quiet location removed from highway. Excellent utilities. Did not try cable or wi-fi as we used our own satellite and hot spot. Friendly staff. Rate reflects Good Sam.
A bit unique. Stayed three nights and never encountered any staff person. Check in is self service at entrance (Must have a reservation). No restrooms or showers available. OK laundry. Phone available for use with unrestricted in-country long distance. Sites are gravel and mostly pretty level. Space a bit tight but not cramped. Good length for pull thru sites. Easy getting in/out of park and sites. Super area for dog walking. Quiet country setting. Rate shown is for Good Sam. On a future visit this wouldn't be my first choice but I wouldn't feel bad if this was what was available.
Fun place to stay, especially for families. Large, well maintained campground. Level, concrete sites with ample room and picnic tables. Clean restrooms and laundry. Plenty to do with beach volleyball, mini golf, three pools, large hot tub, numerous bars and food concessions.Party atmosphere that I'd expect in a respectable Cajun establishment! Good eating nearby. Rate was for Good Sam. We stayed here two nights just passing thru. Recommended.
Small, very new RV park. Super owners working hard to increase amenities. New shower facilities under construction. Excellent utilities. Decent space between units with small privacy fence blocking view of neighbors utility area. Gravel roads and sites, mostly level. Nine of ten sites are pull through. A few are a bit tight on exit requiring sharp turn next to pond but all manageable. Our rate reflects special monthly rate based on introductory pricing. We stayed 3 1/2 months. Short drive from/to I-75. Easy for those looking for short stay. Quiet country setting except for a few passing trains nearby. We definitely would stay here again when in the area.
Price reflect Passport America discount. Not the place for a "camping experience" but a great place for visiting "Nawlins". Check in quick, friendly and efficient. Led to site by a very helpful and informative staff member. Easy roads to maneuver and good sized pull through. Shuttle to French Quarter for small fee (less than parking). Secured gate access, nice dog run, bar, pool, and spa on site. Surrounding area run down industrial but everything behind the fence was pleasant. Restrooms and showers clean but not fancy. Would like to see concrete parking pads instead of gravel. Would stay here again when visiting the area.
Name is appropriate. Good overnight stop. Easy from I-40. Interior roads good with sufficient turning room. Good sized (and fairly level)pull through sites in length and width (didn't have to unhitch truck from 5th wheel). Nice lady on desk for quick check in. Bathrooms clean but could use updating. Cable just OK with limited channels and poor picture on a few of them. Did not use wi-fi or laundry. Good room for walking dog. Would not hesitate to stay here again if passing through Amarillo. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This is a very large park and was quite busy the day we stayed. I had made a reservation the night before which I would recommend. There is a variety of hookup combinations (amps/cable/sewer, etc.) so making your needs known in advance is helpful. Roads were well maintained and plenty wide. All sites are pull through with ample room to maneuver in/out. Most, if not all, are side by side. Bathrooms in our area (farthermost row) were closed for the winter making a long walk back to the main bathroom which was cleanly maintained. Check in was efficient, and the clerk was cheerful and competent. Nice little store with all the basics. This was a great place for a one nighter and would stay there again if passing through that area. Rate is Good Sam, although they offer discounts for a wide variety of affiliations.
Stayed in the newer, "ownership" section which has higher rates but more amenities. Older area looks more than satisfactory. Roads passing through the older section a bit bumpy in spots but not a big deal. Roads in new area wide and smooth. Our back-in space was very spacious and was easy to maneuver in to. Restrooms/showers were top notch. Enjoyed the spa. Excellent fenced, off leash dog area. Excellent cable and no problem using my sprint hotspot. We stayed here three nights. Would stay here again if in Moab.
This park gets a mixed review. Park is gravel with fairly level sites. Good gravel interior roads. Plenty of room for turns and good space between sites. Park your personal vehicle next to your RV in a spot that previously used to be another RV spot. Staff friendly/efficient but office closes at 5:00 with no apparent host on duty. Very little grass, and only at some spots. Adjacent property an eyesore (old horse stable for now defunct horse race track), but on the good side, park is located right on the Boise river Greenbelt path (25 miles in length.) Some unsightly RVs in what looks to be semi-permanent status. Laundry OK but could use some more cleaning during the day. Restrooms/showers generally clean but are accessed directly from laundry room with no door, only a shower curtain. We stayed here for about 12 days and would probably stay again as we didn't see anything better in the immediate area and the greenbelt access was a nice draw.
Very nice park. Wide roads, easy pull-through sites, all VERY long. Excellent Wi-Fi, large off leash dog run area, and very clean bathrooms and laundry. Work on-going to make more spaces. Beautiful views. Owners obviously take pride in the park and are investing to make it even better. Glad we stopped here and definitely would again if passing thru the area.
Rate reflects monthly pro-rated. We spent 5 weeks here and could have stayed much longer. This resort is FIRST CLASS all the way. Large spaces with meticulous on-going landscaping/maintenance. Extremely friendly and courteous staff, all very anxious to help make the stay enjoyable. Bathrooms (close at 10 PM) and laundry are spotless. Daily paper delivered to site, trash picked up at site daily. Small, lockable store bins available at each site. This is the only place we will stay on our next visit to Bend. The only thing missing is a pool.
Very nice state park. Plenty of room between sites with wonderful trees and grass. Park and walking/biking path in campground. No reservation in off season and self check in at pay station after selecting site. Not all sites have utility hook-ups. Don't be put off by roads leading to park. Pass through an industrial area (fruit packers) but end up in a very nice park. No shortage of good restaurants in Wenatchee and plenty to see in surrounding area. Great stay.
Overall a nice park. Spent 3 nights. Sites a bit tight, close to neighbors. A few "junkers" that appeared to be long term. Toilets and showers spotless. Clean laundry but closes early. Some noise from trains rumbling past on NEARBY tracks. Had some road noise from 18 wheelers. Hood River across the Columbia is a great visit with good shops and restaurants. The drive across a very narrow toll bridge was a white knuckle experience with RV in tow. (Recommend pulling in the mirrors).
Wow, what a park! Large, easy access sites with nice paved patios. Outstanding pool and hot tub. Spacious, clean laundry and restrooms. Beautiful golf course with nice discounts for resort guests. Excellent pro shop and nice bar/grill with friendly staff and very reasonable prices. Deer park is nice little community. Downtown Spokane about 25 minutes south with all the amenities of a fairly large city. Price is Good Sam plus tax. Reasonable long term rates.
An excellent overall experience. Wonderful campsites...easy access to sites, very roomy, beautiful, well-maintained grounds, very clean restrooms. Staff very friendly, helpful, and efficient. Would definitely plan on staying here again.
This is a wonderful park. Beautiful trees, very good roads, large, easy pull throughs, wonderful nature walking path. A very relaxing campground. Friendly staff adds to overall experience. Only stayed one night but would have been happy to be able to spend a few more. Would definitely stay here again if traveling this way.
Stayed here 3 nights. One night would have been enough. Interior roads in poor shape. Camp sites small and tight. Little to no grass and overall visual impression very poor. Staff were friendly and helpful (almost as if to overcome the poor ambiance of the facilities). Bathrooms were exceptionally clean..impressive. Grossly overpriced, even considering it was Sturgis motorcycle rally week. Would not plan a visit here again.
Wow, what a find. Beautiful and well maintained property. Large pull-through sites with ample space between units. Excellent walking and biking. Nice looking lake, but not here long enough to enjoy it. Clean bathrooms, but coin operated shower a bit unusual. Would definitely stay here again, but would stay more than one night to fully enjoy the surroundings.
Good overnight park, but a bit noisy if parked close to I-90. Easy check in, long, easy access pull through for our 38' 5th wheel. Grounds keeping needs attention...lots of area with overgrown weeds/grass. Good pool, especially if you have kids along. Would stay again if passing through the area but one day is plenty.