This one is a peach. We have stayed at this park several times over the years and have always enjoyed our visits. Well maintained level sites (gravel), paved roadways, landscaped with several hundred citrus trees. Large dog run and park area. Access controlled makes this the most secure park we have visited. Garbage pickup at site.
A great park. Paved roadways with graveled, level sites. Large dog run. Sites are configured such that your patio is not adjacent to your neighbors utility hookups. There are privacy fences separating the sites. Very easy in and out.
Basically a large, paved parking lot behind Camping World. All sites are full-hookup, level, and double wide. No patios or tables. No trees or other landscaping. A good place to stay if you are having work done at CW.
Our pull-through site was level and of sufficient length to accommodate motorhome and toad without detaching. Site faced the entrance road which had a fair amount of rush hour traffic as the park has long term residents who work nearby. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Easy in and out. There is a restaurant on site which offers breakfast Tuesday-Saturday.
A delightful little park. Our site was long enough to accommodate the motorhome plus toad without uncoupling. It was level with a concrete patio and a huge grass area to the side. The river was dry. Deer wandered the park at night. Very helpful owner and office staff who will deliver pecan wood to the site for a bonfire. Park has a controlled access system. We extended our stay.
Due to highway construction this park was a little difficult getting into. Our site was hard surface with patio pad. Site was level. Utilities were located at one end of the site requiring detaching the toad. Friendly and accommodating staff. Lots of more permanent residents.
This park is just off the I-30 frontage road. Easy in and out. The park appeared to be entirely gravel. Our site was level with convenient utilities. Friendly office staff. The dog walk area appears to be the park leaching field.
Nice site, concrete pad with convenient utilities. One of the attractions of this park is the barge traffic on the Mississippi. Unfortunately there was none while we were there possibly because of low river levels. The biggest drawback to this park is the entrance roadway which is a little iffy for a large motor home. Friendly office staff. Were escorted to our site.
This park is a self-registration park. We registered by phone and were given complete instructions on locating our site. This is a small somewhat older park. Some sites seem to be in disrepair, but others appear to be renovated. Pull through site is a double site, easy in and out. Heavily wooded with lots of space for pet walking.
We camped here for a week. Level site with concrete pad and grass. Lots of long term residents. Very quiet park. Infrequent freight train nearby. Several nice areas for pet walking including two trails into the woods. Friendly and accommodating office staff. Close to Wal-mart and the Columbus Mall. Excellent value. Office closed on Sunday requiring a self-registration for which ample forms and instructions are provided.
Nothing fancy, but a really nice little park. Very helpful owner. Far enough from I-20 so that noise is minimized. There is an occasional freight train nearby. Owner offered free use of his laundry. Easy in and out. Great value.
We prepaid and arrived after dark and closing. Park entrance is poorly lighted and the area to which we were assigned had no lighting whatsoever. We had to get out of the rig with lanterns to find the road. Adding to the confusion was the fact that someone else had taken the site we were assigned.
We stayed her in a motor-home. The site was a hard dirt level surface facing a road. Friendly and helpful staff. Lots of permanent rigs for oil field workers. Easy in and out. Very quiet and away from Interstate. Dog walk is actually the berm of the surrounding road however there is little traffic on that road. The berm is not maintained. Great for a one night stay.
Friendly and accommodating staff. Easy access well away from the Interstate. Extra long (91') pull through site with ample width. A really lovely setting with large play area and open fields. The sign at the entrance said "Georgia RV Park" but the GPS confirmed it to be Country Boys.
Park is old and on a hill overlooking I-77 with access via a country road and a long private driveway. Pavement is need of attention. Our site was a pull-through, reasonably level dirt and mud covered (some grass/weeds) but no pad. High speed internet service is quickly throttled down to unusable. Adjacent to Interstate so some vehicle noise; otherwise quiet. Sewer connection diameter is larger than standard making it impossible to get a seal. Somewhat overpriced at $45 per night.
The park is quite old and the entrance roads and tarmac at the office are in need of attention. The site was a pull through, hard surface and level. Quite a few permanent residents. Adjacent to Interstate.
Well maintained park. Easy in and out. Some sites have great view of the city. Site was gravel and level. Park is on a hill and away from the Interstate. Although an overall nice park I believe it to be somewhat over-priced at $45 per.
We camped here in a motorhome for 2 1/2 months. A very pleasant park with exceptionally friendly and helpful resident. Near the Interstate but actually quite quiet. Lots of activities available (if one wants). We enjoyed the weekly pot-lucks and Friday night games. We stayed in two different sites both of which were gravel covered and level. Easy access from I-10. We will return here next winter.
Other reviews of this park are reasonably accurate. There is nothing special about it. Pull through sites are head to tail with about 8 feet between adjacent units. Roads are mostly gravel. Staff is friendly and helpful. We have stayed here a number of times while having work done on the rig next door at Camping World. Unfortunately this time was during balloon festival time and the greediness of the operators was apparent not recognizing Good Sam discount and by jacking the rate as high as they could. It is unfortunate that the RV Park industry does not seem to want to foster good will.
Over the years this has been out favorite stop in Tucson. A large, well-designed facility offering lots of amenities. Times appear to be changing, however. Beaudry appears to have gone out of the RV business and the amount of traffic to their service facility is a fraction of what we have seen previously. The park itself remains well maintained but not as well maintained as in previous years. The premium sites with hot tubs are now sans hot tubs. On this visit there were probably less than two dozen rigs in the park. Sad but maybe just a victim of the present economy. They do now offer WiFi which is outsourced to Tengo Internet at no additional cost. I was not able to really make it work but I have my own internet facility so didn't try too hard. Tengo Internet has 24 hour help desk. We hope Mr. Beaudry or the present park owners weather whatever financial storm they are facing.
This park is carved out of the area adjacent to the Granite Dells area of Prescott. Roads and sites are unpaved, dirt. We stayed in site 69 which offered extraordinary privacy due to heavy foliage on both sides of site. Roads are narrow but manageable. One two pull throughs in park. Some pull in, most back in. No campground lighting results in night-time walks in pure darkness if you don't have a flashlight. We didn't use the showers or toilets but noticed nightly maintenance of both and dog-dropping bag dispensers were also checked daily. Very basic park but we would visit again without a doubt. WiFi only available in immediate vicinity of the office.
Nice little park. Friendly owners. Sites are largely tree-free. We stayed in site #4 which was a 60' pull through with full hookup and 50amps. Other sites provided only 30amp. Owner provides discount tickets to some local attractions and restaurants. Entrance way is a little tight for big rigs but manageable. No formal dog-walk but lots of open space is available.
KOA's tend to be more pricey than their competitors, but this one jacked the price up for the motorcycle rally going on nearby. Park is huge. Our pull-through site had the sewer connection inconveniently located requiring the use of a hose extension. Did have a great dog walk.
Nice little park away from I-15. We stayed in site 6 which is one of a handful of sites directly in front of the office. They are arranged so that the utilities for the next site are displaced from your site such that you can sit at the picnic table without having your neighbors sewer hose nearby.
Campground uses head to tail parking with 10 feet between sites and no privacy fence, hence no privacy if the next door site is occupied. Cannot leave tow vehicle connected at pull through site as the site is not long enough. They do provide specific parking spots for two vehicles. Our site had no grass but was paved with lava rock. Their WiFi is bandwidth limited so I would advise not having multiple browser windows open when you connect. Sort of a funky system. Owners appear to be trying to fix something that probably wasn't broke in the first place.
Well planned park. Paved streets and sites. Planted trees on most sites. Utility connections are very convenient. Some permanent residents. The park is sort of pet neutral. You can have pets but their regulations say that pets cannot use "streets or grass areas" and suggest using a dirt area in the rear where there is some construction. We found it more convenient to walk across the road to a vacant lot.