First problem was 4 miles of very dusty gravel road to get to park. They encourage you to wash your RV after you get there it is soooo dust covered. The interior streets are paved but the sites are gravel. The sites were huge but our "pull thru" was not a pull thru because of low hanging limbs. The other problem was the extreme variance of voltage (from 108 to above 132) which caused our surge protector to cut the power off many times.
This is an excellent park and if you can survive all the cakes and pies made in the office you will love the rest of the park. The staff is very accommodating and the evening bonfires allow you to socialize with the other campers and staff.
This park is out of town on what appears to be a farm which had RV hookups added. It is relatively hard to find because after leaving the highway on a dirt road there are several roads that go to other farm houses. It is quiet because it is so far from anything. The $22 was plus electricity. The sites were on grass farm land without good definition.
Large park filled with seasonals who apparently work in the oil patch or as support. Staff is very accommodating. Has many pull thru sites that are unpaved and moderately level. It is an alright park for an overnight.
Very nice, well manicured, and heavily treed park. Owners live on site and are accommodating. Was surprised when we signed up that they charge $4.00 per day more for electricity (perhaps 50 amp service but that is not what she said).
Park entrance is not well marked and a little difficult. Camp host/owners are very accommodating and sent us to the most unusual cheeseburger pizza place (a pizza with pickles, etc.) Interior roads are dusty. Sites are level and well spaced. We would return here.
Very small campground (need reservations) with a million dollar view. Camp host very accommodating. We parked MH in the space backwards, to have view from front window: necessitating long cord, hose, and sewer. We would like to spend more time here, but they apparently have a 7 day limit.
Very nice resort type park with lake and indoor pool. An unusual feature is that after you are there you just go out and pick your own site, nothing is assigned and the office apparently doesn't know or care where you are. Sites are heavily treed and difficult to get satellite reception. Rate is Coast to Coast.
Rate reflects Passport America. Even though the Passport America site reflects that they take checks, they do not. The campground is very dusty. The camp hosts and the owners are very unfriendly. I tried to pick up my UPS package off the counter and the owner snatched it out of my hands saying I could not treat US Mail like that, and I had to check it out with her first. The site that we had was listed as a pull-through but the trees and the telephone pole made it impossible to use the awnings. I had to ask the neighbor to move his truck so that I could pull through.
Location is very good, just off the tollway. Very large park with most sites being pull through. (Don't know where that previous poster was.) Large spacious sites. Office staff very accommodating. Some interior streets could use a little work.
Very nice Forest Service park with fairly level paved sites. Very brushy, so that next neighbor is hardly visible and very distant. Nice walking path along the lake. Due to current conditions in Texas, the lake is dry and there is a burn ban, but these things cannot be helped.
Very nice typical COE park with level paved sites. Many sites are on the water of Lake O the Pines. No sewers but dump station on exit road. The extremely surly unaccommodating park camp host is the only reason for not rating this park higher. He should find another occupation where he is not dealing with the public. The posted park hours are closed 10pm to 6am BUT the exit is not open until 9am!
This is an asphalt parking lot with gravel between sites. They have removed all grass and trees from the south part of the park. I don't know which site the previous poster was in, but everyone on my row complains about how UNLEVEL the sites are. Our front is jacked up so far I had to use extra boards as have my neighbors. This is a bad part of town but the park has a high chain link fence with barbed wire and security driving through. They have raised the prices recently to $39, probably when they took out the trees? And there seems to be no freebies, etc. There is some noise from the trains that are on three sides of the park. There is a wonderful view of the arch and the water park fountain as in above post.
Very nice family oriented resort near Columbus with many seasonals. Very accommodating office staff and most amenities are close (WalMart, etc...). Fairly level gravel sites. Interior roads a little tight with a toad on.
Very nice park, well kept by very accommodating owners/managers. Price is Passport America. Park is not too convenient to anything such as WalMart. Has waterfront for fishing, swimming and boating (boats for rent).
The county road to the park is dirt (read mud). There was another way to the park but the owner didn't like a hill on the paved road. The owner tried to put us in a site the had a tree limb hitting the RV so she picked another site which has no problems at all. The park is gated and they were just installing new Wi-Fi while we were here.
A very small park for RVs in transit. (Apparently four sites on grass only). Almost entirely seasonal and park models. The office is not staffed, but the phone is wireless and answered by the caretaker. Nicely located to Thousand Islands and other great attractions.
A very nice park with level paved sites. The Wi-Fi was good. The office spoke English. It was hilly in sections with many seasonal inhabitants. They had onsite hairdresser and manicurist. It is located outside Montreal with an RV repair company on site and also next door.
A fairly nice park with free bus service to downtown Quebec City. It is on a nice lake for canoeing. The office spoke English. Much of the park were seasonal users. The charge $11 per week for Wi-Fi. Where we were located in the park the Wi-Fi signal was very poor. Their Wi-Fi company had very poor service also, and just turned me off twice even though I was paying for it.
Very scenic park with fairly level sites. As advertised they have side by side hookups. The problem is for 50 amp 250 service there are possibly four RV's hooked to a 100 amp master panel. (The owner said that his electrician said that was good enough. He did not understand that 50/250 service was actually 100 amps.) They charge extra for 50 amp hookup but potentially only give you 25 amps. Several times the water pressure came only in a dribble.
At best: I would describe it as primitive. The interior roads are dirt or in our case mud as it rained almost every day. The camp owner was very accommodating however the power supply was lacking. He even got an electrician to come out of a Sunday to try to fix my 96 volt power. As a result I needed to run my generator for several hours. We had 30 amp power supply but they could not give enough voltage with the park nearly full. The Wi-Fi was advertised as free, which it was, but there was only one antenna so it was non existent unless we got in the car and parked under the antenna. They are on a septic system so our sewer backed up into the yard.
This is a very nice park with large flat gravel sites. We arrived with a written confirmation. We had been there before. They are under new management and said they had never seen a written confirmation like that. They intimated that we had printed it our self until I show them the email originator. The written confirmation had the site number and the amount due at sign in. They moved us to another site which was OK as they were having a small RV rally there. BUT they DID NOT HONOR the amount due on their written confirmation and charged us more than $60 more for the week than our confirmation stated. This is a nice park but not a $39 a night park. I would NEVER stay in this park again. After two days of disputing with the management we are taking the discrepancy up with our credit card company as advised to do by a Passport America representative.
As stated before, this is a very quiet scenic park with fairly good privacy. The restrooms are clean and adequate. The only draw back to the asphalt sites is they are VERY unlevel. It took a fiver in front of us four boards under the tires to get level side to side. Many class A's cannot keep all four tires on the asphalt.
All gravel park on the edge of the river. It is VERY tight for a 40' RV. The sites are close and we were not able to put out our awning. The park has mostly seasonal people, however, it is very neat and clean. The residents are very friendly as is the office staff.
An over 55 age park. It is immaculate with many semi permanents. They have a coffee clatch every morning. They have fresh vegetables grown in the garden for any RV resident. The flowers and landscaping is beautiful. The owners are really hard workers building and increasing the park. The bath rooms and showers were very very clean. There is a nice indoor rec type room. All in all a very nice park.
This is a very scenic park with a view of the water. I do not believe in our section there were any waterfront sites, only water view. Our problem was lack of cell phone service. We use Verizon which says they have service there, but everyone there knows that they do not. Sprint was the only service and it was apparently very spotty.
For us this is a 10+ park. The beginning of Capitol Reef NP is about 200 yards north of the campground which makes beautiful scenery from your RV. The staff was very accommodating. The sites were gravel but level and adequate in size. There are shorter sites for the smaller RV's and a tent area. There is a large play area for the kids and a pool. All in all an exceptional park.
An RPI resort. This park's address is Garland Utah and is probably better classified in Garland than Tremonton which is about 15 miles south. The park has two levels with 40' motorhomes and long trailers only allowed on the upper level. The upper level is all gravel with large sites with tables and full hook up. If you have a pet they request a refundable $50 deposit, I don't know what for. There is absolutely no grass on the upper level. There is a nice 9 hole golf course with many golf carts. There are many four wheel trails etc.
Very nice clean park with very nice people running the park. The only drawback was the noise from the nearby freeway. We stayed for a week on short notice having a reservation in another park being denied.
Great view of lake and surrounding mountains. Just a short distance to West Yellowstone and about half the price of the KOA down the street. Park was nearly full every night so I would recommend early reservations. The mosquitoes are thick, but they cannot do much about that.
Very nice park on several small lakes (formerly gravel pits). The newer part of the park has gravel roads but concrete sites. The north (older) part has paved roads. Thus the dust was worse. The only big drawback was the road in, which was an unpaved washboard. I don't know if it is park road or county maintenance.
Very nice park with paved sites located with good access to shopping and all of the Denver sites. We would like to stay here again. It apparently was full every night so reservations in advance were required.
Very nice winter Texas park. The regulars made us feel at home and were very friendly. People we have met that are staying in other parks remarked that Palm Shadows was the most friendly park in the Rio Grand Valley. Many people have wintered here for more than ten years. Continual activities going on from church on Sunday to live entertainment in the bar. Some sites were narrow, but they will not put a rig with slide outs in a narrow site. It had very nice landscaping with palm trees at almost every site. We met and made many new friends. The rate reflects a three month stay. All in all we had a very good time and would stay here again.
Fairly nice park with some asphalt roads (some with large pot holes). The staff was friendly but you cannot receive mail in this park. Your electricity is not paid at the park but through the local electric company where you must establish an account. If you stay a month they want a $300 security deposit FOR WHAT? They have your site payment. It turns out they want to be sure that you don't break anything at your site. We put up a credit card at their request and THEY RAN THE CREDIT CARD using my $300 for the month. They then write you a check for the security deposit refund. But be careful that you do not leave on a Sunday because there may be no one here to write the check. BEWARE.
Very nice park with level gravel sites. The help was very friendly. There is a large dump site. The roads from the freeways were often very narrow and without shoulders. It is more than 15 miles to the nearest highway that is not a state or county road. If you are going to Mammoth Cave the office will give you driving instructions that include a ferry ride across the Green River. It is much shorter than taking the road around the park.
Very nice park near highways and interstate. It is in an industrial area, but very clean. It has a large sign on the corner but it needs a sign showing the entrance which is not on the corner. The office has a very small sign about Lake Haven with another larger sign. The help was very friendly and they have an area map showing Wal-Mart, shopping and groceries. We would return.
Older park under new management/ownership. They are really cleaning up the park. It is heavily wooded. They have had organized group activities. There are several cabins. It looks like the new owners will make this into a first class park.
Nice park. The entrance was so overgrown that it was impossible to get into the park without having both sides of the rig scraped by brush and the office was poorly marked. It is also heavily treed so that satellite TV was difficult in many sites.
This is a very nice resort type park. It has seen better days but they appear to be working hard to keep the park and landscaping up. Interior roads are gravel. There are lots of activities for kids. We camped with an Resort Parks International discount.
Very nice park. Heavily wooded so that satellite was unusable but they had good free cable with about 70 channels. Some of the sites had satellite capability. The campground is hilly but the sites are huge and level. The hills make it impossible to see your neighbor as you are either above or below them. It has a very nice pool and the people working there are very nice. There were many permanent residents (for the summer) who were also very nice. The price was the monthly rate and had electricity added, but the electricity is only .06 per kilowatt hour in Gig Harbor (cheapest I have ever hear of).
Very nice park. There is some construction for a government facility just south of the park, but very little noise and no freeway noise. The sites ALL have plantings and shrubs. It is big rig friendly with enough space to leave your toad connected, if you wish, in the site. Flat and level sites, with paved roads. There is no pool and the greenhouse is not in use in July. It would be a ten with a pool, morning newspapers, and trash pickup at your site. We would certainly return.
Very nice clean park. You are welcomed by the camp host Clay Moore (sounds like a WWII mine) who gives you the scoop on things to see and good places to eat on the entire coast. There are two lighthouses in Newport. The sites are black top, wide and level. The sites are large enough for a 45' plus a toad. The view is of the historic bridge, bay, and homes on the opposite hill in Newport. The utilities are placed beside the side of the site. There is no night time noise or traffic. The showers and laundry are immaculate. The Hatfield science museum is less than a quarter of a mile, the brew pub is in the same parking lot. We had an enjoyable time here and would certainly recommend it and will return.
This is a VERY old park with dangerously low voltage (106 one morning). The sewer overflowed at a neighboring site. BUT the worst part is the narrow spaces for transients. With our slide out and the neighbor's slide out there was 27 inches between the two motorhomes. It is well located with respect to Yuma and has good activities.
This is a nice heavily wooded park that suckers you. When you arrive be careful as the entrance is poorly marked and you probably will miss it. The only sign is set back from the road and the visibility is covered by trees. Their idea of waterfront is a stagnant creek (apple) that comes from the cattle farm across the road. If you like a strong smell of cattle manure you will be at home. When you make your reservations for full hookup you will be given a "general" site. They have very few sewer hookups so their idea of a full hookup is the honey wagon that comes free on Monday and Thursday (they charge for other days). The voltage on their 30 amp sites (they told me on the telephone they had 50 amp) is so low that without an autoformer to boost it you will have to run your generator 24/7 (as our neighbor did). When they decide to water the lawn in your area the water pressure is nearly non existent. They turned on the sprinkler in the morning in our area and forgot about it apparently, as it was still running in the same place at dark. Other than the overwhelming smell, the mosquitoes, and the low voltage this park appeared nice.