Park clean and kept up - Yes. Big Rig friendly - No. Overall park is nice for the people that come here often. If you don't belong to PA the price is ridiculous; 37 bucks a night, 30 amp for a couple nights? Sites are not level. Lots of seasonal people. It is really a local place. Sewer and electric are WAY at the back, bring your extensions. I think the owners are happy with what they have, but for us way over rated. If you have kids, go for it.
What can you say about this place: easy access from the interstate, friendly staff, but only met one. Their website says stay 2 nights, get the 3rd free, but was not offered that. It is a nice campground/RV park, however not really BIG RIG friendly. The roads are narrow, corners are not really easy to maneuver with post at the corners also. 43-45 foot motorhomes: I would avoid this place. The roads are all pot holes or sunken in, and falling apart. It was rainy when we were here, it was like parking on a sponge to say the least. All the roads hold water and just getting to our tow was a wet experience because of all the standing water. I'm sure in the summer there isn't as much water. Train tracks near by, but not really a nuisance. WiFi was good then not, then good then not: you get the picture. I give it a 6, good to stop over but wouldn't want to stay for long. Big Rig friendly park just down the road a piece, we discovered during our stay.
Used and abused. For the price you would think they would update the park but it seems that they "take the money and run". Roads are narrow, very narrow and falling apart. Sites are on top of each other and a lot of trees. I guess when you have a captive audience you don't need to do anything to make the guest's want to come back. It could be a nice RV Park.
Typical KOA, the price is per night with tax included. Really outrageous for the level of this park. Sites are gravel/weeds as well as all the roads are gravel. Sites are build on a sloping hill. Wi-Fi kind of OK; "slow" I guess is the best word. It's a hard turn to the left if you are coming from the south to this campground. The entrance: one has to wonder "What were you thinking?" Park was clean and I'm sure busy in the summer months, when we were there it was pretty much empty with some overnighters stopping in. They did allow campfires, which is a plus.
We've been here many times in the past on our way to one place or another. This park is one of the few that re-invest in their future which is refreshing compared to many parks across the U.S. The park is well kept and offer many things to do. The one thing that gets under my skin is Wi-Fi. Last year it was seemingly great, this year it is a POS. Dropped all the time, good connection then the next minute: gone?? Not sure who's running the show but talking to some people that are here for a few months, they all seem to say the same thing. It is bearable but for the price, it should scream along the airways. So: Wi-Fi a rating of 5-6. The park: a 9-10. The pools and grounds are very well kept and they are offering live, big name entertainment every month with a dinner show menu. Hope they keep up the good work and fix the Wi-Fi. Will return.
Really not much of a nice RV Park. Entrance is real pretty and all dressed up, but the park itself is in need of repairs. The roads are falling apart, the roads and sites are very narrow and what gets me is the "Big RIG Friendly." A 45' motorhome barely fits on the sites and parking your car can be problematic if you have trees on both sides. Pulling out of the site on our departure was "careful" but doable. Electric peds were very old, but the voltage was ok. Just another average park that doesn't put any money back into it's investment, as we are seeing more and more in our travels. The picks are not many in Goodyear so it is what it is: a 5 at best for the price!
Clean park, close to the interstate. Easy on easy off. But for the price with gravel sites, really. I've stayed in much nicer parks for half the price. The park was 3/4 empty, maybe because of the time of year, don't know. Nice office area, check in help could use a course on greeting and friendliness. Been here before several years ago and it really hasn't changed much.
Not much to add to the previous reviews. This place is NICE. Pretty empty though. Over the top with friendly people. They will do well once the word is out. The one downfall was no one to wash your coach; you can't do it yourself and they don't allow outside washer to come into the park. You can unhook everything, put your slideouts in and all your stuff away inside the coach and drive over to a wash bay in the park here. Too much of a hassle. I suspect they will get this handled within a short time though.
This is a trailer park/wanna be RV park. pros; nice clean park, cable works well, well kept, paved, help was friendly, close to interstate. cons; to many trees with to many low branches, Wi-Fi spotty, to many cars parked in road and hard to maneuver, the site we were in was so unlevel it was ridiculous and narrow, water is some of the hardest I've encountered. Definitely not big rig friendly.
The park looks great on their website but I should have seen the writing on the wall when it said "former KOA". This park is old and as they say a typical KOA. Small and tight sites, gravel. I rented a super site with my 45'. Once in I could see there was no way to get out but back up. I went to the office to tell them not to rent out the site behind me so I could leave in the morning, which they did. OK for a quick overnight but the place needs some TLC. As I do with most places we pull into I do a "what would I do if I owned this place" scenario. The list was long. There is a nicer campground down the road I would opt for next time around.
No sewer?? 30 amp service?? And the owners are planting trees all over the place, which might be OK but they are planting them at the end of the sites, so when you want to turn out and leave you have to deal with: trees. I suspect but don't know for sure that the owners really have not camped before. Most places of this size would angle the sites at a 45 degree instead of straight. They do have Wi-Fi, worked for us but not sure if it does all over the campground. Nice swim area for kids. I think the owners have their heart in the campground, but not their brains as far as development goes. Full-timers as we are, this place has potential.
The North section is the place to go with your rig. 73' pull throughs, all concrete and the park is very well laid out. Nice pool/hot tub. Friendly people. If you are towing a trailer this is however not the place to go unless its painted just like your motorhome. You can store it away from your site for a fee but most people have a trailer for a reason and want it with their rig. For this reason I give this place an RV unfriendly rating of 5. This rule is one of the most ridiculous I've heard of in my travels across the US. Makes no sense to turn away people because of a trailer. Otherwise a thumbs up for the park.
Road leading to campground is narrow, but doable. Typical KOA, expensive for what you get. Entrance is nice and clean as well as office. We travel in a big rig with trailer, this place is not all that big rig friendly. The biggest problem is the narrow roads and low trees, why anyone would want their tree branches below 14' is a mystery to me. Marked the side of our trailer pretty good, I know you normally can buff them out but that doesn't make it right. The pullthroughs are gravel and dirt and the sewer hookup took 40' to reach the sewer fitting and the water is some of the hardest I've encountered in a long time. There was NO cable hookup. WiFi worked ok.
All I can say is TIGHT...pull throughs,yes, but hard to maneuver. We pulled in with our coach and trailer but had to back out of our site because of trees. This park has enough trees to start its own paper mill. If you want a suntan, you'll have to find a spot where the sun shines through the canopy! Why they don't clean it up is a mystery to me. At least cut them away from the turns at the sites and trim up to 14'. Not much to this park, Wi-Fi worked spotty when we were there. Typical KOA, a little over priced for what you get. Stayed one night, that was enough.
Nice park, all gravel drives and sites. Close to town. Friendly staff. Have a 45' with trailer and had to drop trailer in another area which was no problem. Nothing fancy but the price reflects that. Wi-Fi is $2.50 a day and kind of slow at times, not sure why that is. Limited cable stations. Great scenery of the Davis Mountains and a great spot to do day trips out of.
Whoever laid out the short term campers area was on drugs. Way too tight, and too hard to maneuver with all the trees. Mostly seasonal campers and mobile homes. No cable or cell phone service. This is not a big rig friendly park, because of the trees and tight spots, not to say you can't get in, but depending on the site you may have to work at it. WIFI is at the office, you may be able to get it at your site. Has a nice swimming area. Also had a boat dock and ramp close by for launching. Roads are rough from tree roots. Area for kids to play is nice. Campfires are allowed with the above ground fire containers. Very close to Minocqua/Woodruff towns for shopping and eating. People were pleasant. Overall I would stay there again.
Park is in need of road repair but the owner is working on upgrades as he can. The wifi you have to pay for which I felt was pricey at 21.00 week when most places are free. People were very friendly and we did enjoy our stay. Very Quiet as it is back off the main hwy a couple miles. In summer I understand the place is VERY busy with lots of families. We stayed in a motorhome with trailer, 65', the owner was very accommodating to park the trailer where we had access to it. Sites are gravel. Fire pits at each site.
We are impressed with this park. All concrete drives and parking pads. Good wifi signal. We are 65' long and have no problem with getting around in the campground. Overall this is a nice place and located on a nice golf course, although we don't golf, it looks like a nice course. Good for a few nites. Not much going on in the campground itself. Lots of 1 niters. We were here for 10 days.
Ok for an overnight stay but wouldn't want to camp here any longer. Had three pull through sites, we were 65' and this worked ok. Gravel roads, a few potholes. Not much going on in the town itself. My opinion, the 25 dollar rate was a little high.
Park is well kept up. Friendly people and well located to the town. Satellite is spotty in some locations or not possible at all. Overall was a great stay for 2 weeks and the motorcycle riding is fantastic in the area. Our rig was 65' long and they handled us with no problem.