Nice clean park. Good sized sites, utilities worked fine. Very quiet at night. Plenty of friendly people working throughout the campground maintaining it. We payed PA rate for a site on the lake. We will definitely stay again.
I believe this is only the second 10 I've ever given to any RV park. The staff was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. The park was beautifully maintained. The interior roads were nice and wide, the sites were long, wide and level. The hookups worked great. The park was very quiet at night. We definitely will return.
The park was very clean. Long, level sites and all the hookups worked. The staff was very nice and you can tell they take pride in their park. I recommend this park as a stopover and would definitely stay here again when traveling across I-40.
This park is just OK for an overnight stop. The staff was friendly enough, our site was plenty long and wide, and the hookups worked fine. The price was fantastic. However, there was a lot of noise from the trains that ran all through the night. We probably will look for another park next time.
Nice park on the southern edge of Moab. Friendly and efficient staff. Camp host will show you to your site. Plenty of room to maneuver the interior roads. Shade trees to help beat the heat. Our site was level long and wide. Next time we're visiting Moab and the national parks in the area we will absolutely stay here again.
We really enjoyed our stay at this park. Check in was friendly and quick. The sites were long and very wide, but a little out of level. All utilities worked great. I'd give them a 9 except the interior road is rough and needs repaving. All told we would stay there again.
We've stayed at this park numerous times over the years and once again it delivers. Long and wide sites, hookups work great, great office staff. It's true that a train comes by in the morning but it never seems to bother us. Twenty dollars was the Passport America rate. It doesn't show in the PA directory but since they were previously CampClub I asked, and was pleasantly surprised when I was told yes.
We've stayed at this park numerous times and it's always delivered. We had a back in premium site on the lake this time and at the Passport America rate it was well worth it. Our site #116 was plenty long and wide and at the end of the row we only had a neighbor on 1 side. This park is very quiet and we didn't notice any road noise at night. We will definitely stay there again.
This is a nice quiet park with friendly staff. The overnight pull through spots are long and wide. Utilities worked fine. This was our 2nd time staying there as a base for spring training baseball and we'll be back again next year.
This park was just OK. The staff was very friendly but incompetent. We had a premium site which faced lake mead that was long and very wide. They're not waterfront sites as the water is probably 1/2 mile away. The hookups worked fine. Nice and quiet. $41 is high for not having any amenities though. No pool, no hot tub, nothing.
This is an OK park. The interior roads are a little narrow, the sites a little short. The hookups worked fine and the location was convenient. We were disappointed that they no longer give the coupon books for the casino. We enjoyed our stay overall and we will stay there again.
I'm having trouble rating this park. In fact we rated it a 10 back in 2008. The new owners are just as great as the previous owners, the park is just as nice. I'm having trouble with the $39/night price. Too much for a park that unless you ride ATV's, is just a one nighter on your way somewhere else. We might stay here again.
We felt the staff was efficient and friendly. This is a very busy park. Hookups worked great, gravel sites were long and wide but not very level. There is no dedicated pathway from the pool area to the office/store so don't be surprised that other people will constantly walk through your site. This park is great if you want to see Glacier and Waterton parks. $60 is way too much for what you get but I'm sure they'll continue to get it because of the location.
It's been a while since we stayed here last. As always, this park delivers. Easy on and off I-40. Big and wide sites that are paved, utilities that work great, and at the CampClub rate of about 23 bucks it's worth every penny.
This is a well run park. Friendly staff, easy in easy out access to I-40 but not so close that you can hear it. Long and wide sites. Great for a night or two. We paid Camp Club rate which got us a water and electric site. We've stayed at this park in the past and will stay here again.
We've stayed there in the past and had a great time but this time was our worst camping experience of all time. The people in the next site played extremely loud music on their outside speakers all day and way after quiet hours. We notified the management numerous times to no avail. No one from the park would address the issue. The amenities in this park are nice, but we will never stay there again.
After reading some of the previous reviews we had our concerns, but we wanted to try a park closer to Phoenix so we gave this park a shot. Our pull through site (#503) was level, and long enough that we didn't have to unhitch the trailer if we didn't want to. The hookups worked fine. There is no cable TV for the overnight spots but the local stations come in fine. The staff was friendly and the pool and spa were nice. We were travelling with the family and we were charged $3 per person per night extra which we didn't care for, otherwise we would've rated the park a little higher. All told we would stay here again.
We liked this park. The staff was friendly, sites were good sized, some trees for shade. We paid the camp club rate which got us a water and electric site. Perfect for an overnight stop. We would stay there again. One thing of note, we noticed their diesel price was about 12 cents higher than Winslow about 20 miles away.
This park is just ok. The staff is friendly, the interior roads and sites are tight, it is convenient to the freeway but there is a lot of road noise at night. There didn't seem to be any amenities unless they were hidden away somewhere, no hot tub, the pool was empty. We only used it as an overnighter but at $31 a night just didn't see the value. We may try to find another campground next time.
This is a nice park that's convenient to the freeway but the woods muffle the road noise. Our site was plenty long and wide. The hookups worked fine. It's evident that the owners take pride in their park and work very hard to make staying there a pleasant experience. We would stay here again.
Nice park with lots of amenities. Our site was wide but not very long. Hook ups worked great. Orientation class on using public transportation into DC was excellent. My only complaint would be that even though I made reservations 3 months in advance requesting a pull through and my confirmation email indicated a pull through, when we checked in we were refused a pull through. No biggie, but when I take the time to make a reservation I kind of expect what I reserved. All told the positives outweigh the negatives and we would most likely stay here again.
Very nice park. Friendly staff, long and wide pull through sites, hook-ups worked fine, right down by the river which was nice. No cable TV, but trust me you'll get the local stations crystal clear with your antennae. We would stay here again.
This park just about has it all. Sites were HUGE, long and wide. Pool, hot tub, easy on and off I-40 and down the street from a Love's truck stop. At $20 a night a real value. We will definitely stay there again.
It's been a while since we stayed there last. As always, this park delivers. Big and wide sites that are paved, utilities that work great, and at the CampClub rate of about 23 bucks it's worth every penny. One thing of note that I didn't like is they changed the reservation process. Now you call the same number as hotel reservations. It was aparent that the "reservationist" knew nothing about RVing and very little about the RV park. When I inquired I was told the call center is located in Colorado. All told we'll stay there again.
I have mixed feelings about this park. The park is convenient to I-80. The sites are very long and paved. Utilities worked great. Plenty of cable TV channels. Friendly staff etc. My big hang up was the price. At $45 I just didn't see the value. I'll probably look for another place to stay next time.
We liked this park overall. It's convenient to the freeway and we didn't feel road noise was a problem. Our site was dirt/gravel and was plenty long and wide. The utilities worked great. The staff was friendly. We would stay here again.
We liked this park. The sites were long, wide, level, and paved. This seemed to be a well maintained and well run park with plenty of amenities. The free continental breakfast was a nice touch. Next time in the area we will stay there again.
This is a nice little park that's convenient to the freeway, but not so close as to hear it. The staff was nice, the site was long and wide, and the utilities worked great. We got the camp club rate but even at regular price it would've been worth it. Next time we're traveling on I-5 we'll definitely stay there again.
This was the third time we've stayed at this park in the last two years and it never disappoints. The sites are long and wide, utilities work great, you get about thirty channels, and the staff is great. We will definitely stay there again.
Decent place to stay while you visit Yosemite. The interior roads and the sites are narrow. Sites are also short as we had to park our truck sideways in front of our trailer. It's true that cell service is spotty. All told, nothing to write home about, but we would stay there again.
This was our second time staying here, we used it as a base to see Death valley. It's a nice park with a lake. The staff was friendly and there is a security patrol that drives around. I want to rate this park higher but I can't because they don't have cable TV. The nightly rate is Camp Club USA rate. We will stay here again.
Wow, what a great park. The sites were plenty long and wide. The hookups worked great. It was nice and quiet and close to the beaches and the Redwoods. The staff was very friendly. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice but very busy park. We had a premium site that was right across from the rec hall which is busy until 10pm. If you don't like alot of noise and kids running through your site then get a gravel site away from the rec hall. Our site wasn't level but the hookups worked fine. The staff at the park was fantastic and there plenty of activities, including the San Francisco tour that we highly recommend. The price was high but that's pretty typical of KOA. All told we would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. It's only 5 years old so the trees are small. Real easy entry and exit. Staff was fantastic. The sites are long and plenty wide, but ours wasn't level. The hookups worked fine. There is a grocery store, pizza place, and shell station down the road. We will definitely stay there again.
The only thing that I didn't like about this campground was that the sites in our row and the next were a little too short. We all had to park our trucks sideways in front of our trailers, making the road narrow. Some folks had to move their trucks so the people in the next site could pull out. Other than that we enjoyed our stay. The food in the casino was good, staff was friendly. We will stay there again.
After reading reviews from other posters we decided to give Ruby's a chance anyway. What a mistake. The roads in the park are dirt/gravel and are tight. Our site 119 was horrible although others looked the same. It was long but very narrow. The site itself wasn't level. The actual pad you park on was dirt/gravel and like an 8 foot wide mound that was higher than the rest of the site, putting about an extra 7 inches between the bottom step and the ground. The power and water pressure were good. There is no cable, but a few stations come in with the antennae. It was noisy, quiet time doesn't begin until 10:30 pm, and the park has lots of ATV riders. The rate was 43 per night and when I asked about Good Sam the clerk pointed to a sign on the wall that reads NO DISCOUNTS. All told we will never stay there again. Ruby's just isn't worth the money or the aggravation.
This is a small campground about 30 miles from Las Vegas. It's about 20 degrees cooler than the Valley because it's in the mountains. We had site #2 which is a group site which is why the price was so high. The site was long, level and very wide, with 30/50 amp power receptacles. The hosts were so nice. This campground has only about 10-12 sites, so if you want to go on a weekend, I highly recommend reservations. We will definitely stay there again.
This is a very nice park that is well maintained. Our site 31 was big enough, level and had some shade. Unlike some of the previous posters, I found the folks in the office to be very friendly and helpful. My only complaint is there is no cable TV in the park. You can get decent reception on about five stations with the roof antennae. All told we will definitely stay there again.
This is a nice park. We used it as a base camp for seeing spring training baseball as Phoenix is about 45 miles away. The sites are big and level. The park is very well maintained and there are plenty of activities. There is no cable tv, but you will get a few local stations with your roof antennae. We will definitely stay there again. The $25 is Good Sam rate.
The staff was great, the pool and spa were nice, and the proximity to Joshua Tree can't be beat. The site was big and level, but the power was very weak. A water pipe broke and there was no water for the last day and a half of our stay. This park appeared to be mostly made up of residents. It felt more like a trailer park than a campground. There aren't many parks in the area. We probably wouldn't stay there again.
This park was just OK. I didn't think the area was dumpy as some previous posters did. However, the sites are dirt/gravel and tend to get muddy from the inground sprinklers. Do not bother getting a site with cable, as only three channels come in good. We used our antenna and got more channels with better reception. The office closes from noon to three every day. Not a bad base camp to see the national parks, but next time we might try somewhere else as they are all pretty much priced the same.
This park is just about as good as they come. It is true that there is no shade because the park is so new. However, we feel this is more than made up for. The sites are long, paved, and level. The cable tv and wi-fi were free. They have a roving security patrol and the on call shuttle will pick you up and take you anywhere on the grounds. The pool, hot tub and exercise room at the hotel are available to RV park guests. Their regular rate is high at $39, but we got the CampClub rate of $19.50. Without a doubt we will stay there again.
This is a pretty nice park. Our site, number 53, was level, shaded and plenty wide. The hookups worked great, and the cable was outstanding. The park staff was friendly and helpful. They will lend you sports equipment to use on their courts. What really stood out for me was how reasonably priced the camp store was. The $38 nightly rate felt high, but we had four relatives with us that we don't normally travel with. We would stay here again.
The side road to this park is very steep. The sites are average size. This parks main attraction is that it's so close to Yellowstone's north entrance. It's a bit spendy but overall a nice park. We would probably stay there again.
This park overlooks the freeway, and we found the road noise at night to be a bit of a problem. A dirt road takes you to the park. The sites were level grass/gravel. The cable TV worked just fine. Because there are so many parks in the Black hills area, we might try another one next time.
The sites were decent sized, but most had no shade. There is no sewer hook up, but there is a dump station. They are also lacking cable TV. The people working there were very nice, and the casino's security patrol regularly drove through. A decent park overall, probably best used as an overnighter. We would probably stay there again.
This is a very nice Corps of Engineers campground on Lake Carlyle. The sites were huge, ours was over 100 feet long. There was lots of shade and plenty of space between sites. We would definitely stay here again. Think carefully though how close you want to be to the water. A few sites closest to the water had to be closed due to the recent flooding.
This park is a hidden gem. It's close to I-15, but not so close as to hear it. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites were level and wide. They don't have cable, but the repeater is nearby and you get 8 or so local stations crystal clear. We couldn't have asked for more in a park. We would absolutely stay here again.
This campground in Zion National Park is really nice for a park service campground. The sites were big, we didn't feel cramped at all. We paid $24 per night with electric, and could walk to the visitor center and shuttle. There are 2 dump stations so there was minimal waiting. We will definitely stay here next time we visit Zion.
This was a nice clean park, close to San Diego attractions. The sites are plenty long, but close together. The staff was terrific. I would have rated it higher except for the price. All told, we would stay there again.