We have stayed here before in the past but we have tried to get to avoid this park that charges too much for what they offer. Problems developed that we had to overnight here. Internet was terrible. Cable was also in bad shape. Also no breakfast anymore!
A repeat visit using PPA for weekly rate in 50 amp site. Wi-Fi was very good. Park - clean. Laundry - clean with an adequate amount of appliances. Though near the interstate, not a distraction. They would only honor the PPA for one week, even though the park had very few RVers, so we moved across town.
A park we use leaving or coming home. Quiet. Level, angled sites with plenty of space. Wi-Fi worked great. We had a tire problem which was not resolved until too late for us to make it home. Re-registering for the second night, the manager did "N/C" across my receipt. That surely was not expected and greatly appreciated. Made a more faithful customer of us.
Have stayed here a number of times. Price reflects a premium site at weekly rate. Wi-Fi is great and included. Laundry is clean with a number of appliances. Staff friendly and helpful. The best park in the area.
Had decided heading west that we would skip a park that had gotten so out-of-hand in pricing and found this one in Deming. Great level sites with space between. The staff spaced RV's as they came in. The price reflects the weekly rate.
We have stayed at this park many times, either starting a trip or near the end. We never have any problems as the previous have stated. Parking for the use of regular hoses has never been a problem for my husband. Sights are level. Wi-Fi very good. Easy off/on the interstate. We always feel we get dollar for dollar value.
We chose this park from their web site which stated 50 amps, but when we got there we were informed it was only 30 amps. The sites are close, so close the staff had to come and trim brush for our slide. This is an old park and needs much updating, but why should they put out the money when sites are filled. We did find 2 other parks in the area that we will chose from the next visit to Durango.
The rate reflects weekly rate with tax inc. We were here nearly 3 weeks and internet only worked well early in the mornings. Sites rather close and care has to be taken to park for slides and awnings to work. Laundry was small for the amount of sites in the park. Our 7th trip to Moab but first to this park. We will consider other parks the next visit.
For being located just off the highway in downtown Cortez, this is a quiet park. We were in a pull-thru site which appeared to be larger than the back-ins. The laundry does not have as much equipment as one would expect for the size of the park. And is closed mid-morning for two hours for cleaning with no one admitted during that time! If in the area, we will stay here when passing through. Rate reflects weekly rate with tax inc.
We first planned to stay for a week (rate based on weekly stay) and then extended to two weeks. Very well-kept park; everything that we saw was clean, and the laundry was great. So many things to see in the area that it is great for a base. When the Wi-Fi worked wonderful the staff reset the router upon notification. Would love to come back in the spring again.
As nice as this park is, WiFi should be available. It is rather difficult to get to, but with the help of a GPS we located the park. Though near the interstate it is quiet. Very few sites were taken when we were here. Prefer parks with WiFi so will probably stay elsewhere next time.
We by-passed a park we usually stay in Las Cruces because of the inflated charge, and found this one. From the friendly staff to the clean site and then a great WiFi connection. We were only here one night as we were traveling, but will make this a stop when in the area.
We have stayed at this park several times and always feel that we surely get our money's worth. Yes, the internet did not work great but for $27 I'm not complaining. And, will stay here anytime we're traveling this direction.
This has to be the greatest park we've ever stayed. The settings is tops. Spaces good, Wi-Fi great. Shuttle runs to the casino across the interstate or to the restaurants in the complex. Would love to spend the following summer here but length of stay is limited to 4 weeks.
We pulled in without reservations to spend 3 or 4 nights but were told that only for the first night (Wednesday) as the park was reserved for the long weekend (Thurs-Sat for football). The following day we found a park very near for several days. During the weekend we checked and many sites were available. Surely not that many had canceled!
We have stayed in this park at least 10 times in the past 8 year and nothing has changed except the rate. We were assigned a backed that wasn't long enough for our coach and had to move. The Wi-Fi wasn't the best it should be for paying $50 a night! We have looked at other parks in Las Cruces and will probably stay at one of them being they are $10 to $22 a night cheaper.
Coming from Oregon, we saw this park from the interstate but after exiting the freeway could find no signs to direct us. We went through a shopping center before coming to a gate. One of the nicer parks in California. We were only here overnight.
We had a river-view site with lots of room on each side and long enough for the tow to be parked in it. The laundry was very clean and modern. One of the better parks in the state. Loved watching the ships in the river as well as the fishermen. Our rate reflects the weekly rate. With this charge internet should be included, not an addition.
This was our second time to stay in this park, making this stop as we were so pleased 3 years ago. The interior roads area wide and paved as are the sites. Plenty of room between. The internet works great. We feel that we got more than our money's worth for our stay, touring the area. Our rate reflects the weekly rate.
Yes, the sites are close and yes there is no concrete but I loved this place. We had one of the ocean view sites with the dike in front, a fire pit and a great place for our lawn chairs and a view of the ocean. We came with the purpose of just enjoying the setting and met some great people. The Wi-Fi worked good. We feel that we got more than our money's worth at this park. Our rate reflects the weekly rate.
We first stayed here in July 2006 (the first entry on this web site) and things are still the same. Just about the best place to stay in the state. Hopefully we can return. Our rate reflects the weekly rate. We were so sorry to learn of the death of the wife of the young couple who were hosts in 2006.
There are narrow roads and even more narrow sites. Rv's were stacked in like shoeboxes. Our site required we pull into the site next to us and back in. When campers took the site next to us, we nearly had to pull our steps in for them to enter. If we had not been wanting to sight see for the week, we would have only stayed the one night.
Many full-timers occupy the park and also many who return for the summer months. The sites are very tight and there is very little room for a couple of lawn chairs. The noise from the heavily traveled interstate adjacent to the park was buffered by the trees. I would have rated higher if internet had been available as I thought $35 was a steep price for the sites.
A great park. Though close to the interstate we did not experience road noise. Pads were long enough, grassed area great (well, we had an end site). Hosts were knowledgeable of the area. The laundry room was very clean and neat but could have used a couple of more units due to the size of the park. We didn't do the wine tasting but experienced Yakima valley produce and loved every minute of it. Our rate reflects the weekly rate.
We stayed here while awaiting service at a nearby RV repair. Great park. Host was very friendly and helpful with area attractions. This park must be a secret in the area. So much space between sites you could not even hear a sound from next door. We stayed for over a week.
Husband didn't want to stay here because of mobile homes. Was he in for a surprise. This is probably one of the best parks in the northwest. The only suggestion would be more appliances in the laundry. This area is the center of many places to visit.
The process of checking in took so long, we were assigned a site and asked to come back in two hours to complete the process. AND no one was waiting. Otherwise I would have rated the park higher. Everyone for the next 4 days (when we left) was having the same problems.
This is a return visit as we stayed here 3 years ago. The owners are just great, working to please their visitors. This was evident when they worked to park us for good satellite reception. The laundry is one of the larger ones we encountered in 4 months. The price reflects the weekly rate.
We stop at this park whenever heading toward New Mexico or going to Big Bend National Park. Easy ingress/egress. The adjacent cafe served a very good breakfast. We were given the understanding that improvements, which are needed, will be made to the park in the near future. We feel that we got what we paid for.
A typical KOA - overpriced. Staff was unfamiliar with the computer system. Dirt sites with ruts for parking. Had to unhook the toad for the overnight stay. First they had to remove fallen tree branches from the site.
After passing this park many times, we finally were at a time of the day to stop. Just great from the time we pulled in and until we left the next morning. This is one time we got more than our money's worth. Level, cement pads. Hookups located correctly. Able to use the pull through without unhooking the toad. Things that make a park a "want to return" park.
Typical KOA. We didn't have a patio, seemed as if longtimers had those. Not as neat as other parks. No gravel, no table, ruts to indicate parking area. WiFi just okay the evening we were there. Stayed the previous night and the following night at much nicer parks and half the price. Hopefully we won't be in the area for an overnight here.
If you need a Wal Mart close by or a great restaurant, don't come here. But if you want beautiful sunsets and sunrises. A star-studded sky at night. Solitude. Wildlife. A great staff. A site on a quarter of an acre, then this is the place for you. WiFi was great and we had good cell service. We were sorry that we couldn't extend our stay but will definitely be back. Though situated a ways off the interstate, the park is an excellent place for a night, a week or longer.
Our rate was based on the week we stayed. Lots of room between sites which are gravel and level. The long-term sites were in one area and it was difficult to distinguish from overnighters. The laundry was in excellent shape. A couple of blocks from the highway but little noise. WiFi was great and friendly staff very helpful. A new park. We will be back.
This is now a Passport America park (the rate reflects it) though they are quiet about it. I was in the lobby on two occasions when others were checking in and the staff listed memberships they accepted but failed to mention PA. In visiting with other RVers WiFi was good only from the first row. A very nice park.
We've stayed here numerous times over the years. New owners took over in April are are certainly making headway in improvements. WiFi was great and password is printed on brochure of park. We would like to mention previous complaints regarding those who drive through this (and any park) without first stopping at the "Stop" sign and checking with the office. As guests in parks we most definitely appreciate the security of stopping all who enter a park. We will be back.
Excellent park. We happened to be here during the heat wave of July. Everyone was using air conditioners and electrical failures were happening throughout the day. We understand that the heat was exceptional. If we are back in the area, we will definitely visit this park again.
This is one of those great values. Electric and water. That's it. But on the Yellowstone River. Adjacent to the quaint town of Laurel, between Billings and Bozeman, and north of Red Lodge and the Beartooth Mountains. A dump is a few blocks into town at no charge. Lots of trees, but were able to get satellite at one space. Stayed here 3 nights. Visited with many RVers here that make this a stop.
A very pleasant surprise after 8 weeks of commercial campgrounds. We enjoyed the privacy this park afforded. And the wildlife everywhere. A typical beautiful desert park with a lovely sunset each evening.
Excellent staff. Shade trees. Good cable. Clean park. The area we stayed didn't have side-by-side hu. Pull-thrus allowed toad to remain hooked up. Will certainly stay here again as it fits the 3/3 rule from home.
Excellent service, friendly staff. The hookups in the area we stayed were side-by-side, which I don't like, but these were staggered and had a wide space between curbside of RVs. WiFi had the speed of dialup but did work.
Our second time at this park. Sites are close together but as this is an older park. Wi-Fi is available this year but has a weak signal. I just went to the office with the laptop. Have visited other parks here and this is the best one, in our opinion.
Another park that I will say we got a dollar's service for a dollar spent. And one that the pull thrus allowed the toad to stay connected. Yes, we had to go inside to use WiFi but then again $ for a $. Not enough 50 amps which would raise the rate. Good park for an overnight stay.
This is the 3rd time we've stopped here within the past 12 months. Clean park. WiFi worked okay for us. And as that the park is located near I-90 and a truck stop, we were prepared for the noise, which isn't all that bad. Also there is a phone in the office that can be used for calling card calls. Of the three nights we stayed, we got our moneys worth each night.
Were here last year and returning to Texas from Washington, we just had to stop by again. Sites are still too close together but that's the only fault. One of the best staffed parks in the 48+ we have visited in the past two years.
Good shade, good cable. We arrived in the area during the heat wave of June and from the interstate this looked like an oasis as it was 115 degrees. It was so hot, we did not venture out. Yes, there are many permanents and are throughout the park.
We chose this new park by their web site and we were not disappointed. We checked in to stay 2 nights but within one hour extended it to 5 nights. At high tide we were parked within 15 feet of the water and at low tide could harvest clams and oysters. The sites and patios are concrete and very level. The laundry is clean,with household size appliances, and on the honor system. Grills and steamers are available for use. The managers, checked with us each day to make sure our stay was enjoyable and pleasant. You can't go wrong staying here.
Their website sold us before we even got here. The park is directly on Hood Canal and, though adjacent to Hwy 101, there is little noise. Concrete pads with table & chairs are at each site. And excellent Wi-Fi. Grills and steamers are available for the catches of oyster, clams and crabs at the waterfront. The laundry has home-size appliances and are on the honor system, as is the ice. They have cabins and a lodge also available. Everything is very well kept. The managers, made us feel very comfortable and checked frequently if we needed anything. We will come back here and highly recommend this park for anyone traveling to this part of Washington.
We have camped here twice (the first in 2002)and we enjoyed our stays, very friendly staff and clean park. If you drive by a large sign stating "Stop" without stopping and/or asking permission, you will suffer the consequences. We feel good that someone is watching traffic to protect us and our property. We will stay here on our future trips west.
We were here during the Stockshow and Rodeo. They reserved a spot - could not reserve for 50 or 30, sewer or cable TV. Internet is very poor except in the rec room. Laundry is on a porch (it was 30 degrees last week!) One day in office did hear staff comment they had overbooked for that day by 40 sites. Sites close together. One office clerk's attitude overrides the friendliness of the remainder. While in San Antonio, we checked out parks in the northern part of the city. Resorts for same price.
Usually shy away from KOAs (most are either by an airport or near a railroad track) but this is an exception. Very nice clean park with level sites spaced far enough apart. Friendly staff that escorted us to our site. We stayed for 5 nights and have no complaints whatsoever. Yes, they are located near a strip mall but was able to do grocery shopping, pick something up from a hardware store and use a shopping basket to get it back. And I only had to return the basket to a spot on the opposite side of the fence. This area of Florida makes for easy access to many sites for day trips.
A perfect RV park except it is too close to the railroad tracks. A park that is in conjunction with a casino. Sites - level concrete with plenty of room between. Trees are young but would produce shade. Near the interstate but noise no problem. Friendly staff.
Very old park that hasn't had any updates in years. Very difficult to park as streets are narrow, plus towed vehicles are parked in front of RVs, thus if there isn't a vacant spot across from you or you aren't on in end or you have something longer than 32 feet, forget it. Also a problem with having enough room with slides. Lots of permanents. Over-priced for what is available. Really needs to be remodeled. Staff was very friendly.
We stayed at Brushy Creek Park, part of this state park. Just beautiful. Level sites which were large. Sites placed far enough apart. Sunsets are the greatest. We used our Golden Age Passport which made us actually pay $7.50 per night.
The gulf and beach are across the road from this park. A new area was opening and the pads and roads had not been paved, but were level. Nice pool and recreation room. They seem to have parties quite often. Friendly staff.
New owner. The mobile home area is being replaced with RV sites as time and money permit. Concrete pads are excellent - wide and level. Shade. Sites large. The park is near a highway but little noise. Very friendly owner.
Were told that trains came by occassionally. We were parked on the track side and trains came by all night long, every 10 to 15 minutes. Permanents park vehicles at vacant sites. Otherwise sites level, park mostly clean. Staff could be improved in attitude.
This place is old, rundown with chug holes everywhere. No Maintenance. Most sites cannot accommodate slides. We finally got into one after trying three others. The staff would rather be somewhere else. Truly the worst park I've ever seen. It was so late and we were so tired that it had to do. This is an ideal spot for an RV park along I-20. Someone willing to put up the money and work, would have a goldmine if they so desired. It has to be rated a 1 as there isn't any lower number on the board.
We stayed here for 3 nights during Thanksgiving. Perfect fall weather. Sites level with plenty of room. Staff very friendly. Their mailing address is Concan and this park is just across the river from the Garner State Park.
Stayed here a week. Previous visits were in '95, '97 & '99. Laundry room is clean with plenty of equipment. Gravel sites with concrete patios & grass lawn. Sprinkler system goes off each night so outdoor furniture must be put away each evening. What staff lacks in diplomacy, the park makes up for.
Old KOA. Sites extremely close together. In fact, too close together. Side by side hookups. If park had been full, could not have opened the awning. Maybe not even the door. Luckily we didn't have this problem.
All sites face north (so patio side is shaded in the evening. )Sites are large with concrete patios. The full-timers are in a separate part of the park. Lots of strict rules. The directions to this park published in travel directories could be greatly improved.
This is an RV park and is listed in the directories, but actually the facilities for skeet & trap shooting. An event was in place when we stayed here for two nights, but were made very welcome by the staff and participants. There is no sewer or dump at the park. Good location for a day trip to Rexburg (Teton Flood Museum) and Grand Teton National Park.
All parks should have owners as these. They are new but going an excellent job. All round great park. Close to Glacier NP and to general shopping. Would love to have an extended stay here. My only 10 rating in rating many parks.
Some shade in park, but not where the 50 amp sites are. Sites level. Staff friendly. Stayed here going and coming from Glacier National Park. If here plan to see the old territorial prison. Also make the drive to Phillipsburg and the old ghost town of Granite.
Friendly staff & owners. Very few 50 amp sites. Sites level but close together. Tight at entering and exiting sites and campground. Laundry is nice and combined with sitting area. Good location for touring Yellowstone NP
New, but excellent, experienced owners. Very friendly & helpful. All parks should have people like this. Park clean. Sites level. The store has few supplies. We wished we didn't have to hit the road, as would have stayed longer. If you stay here, take a picture of the sign. This park is actually located in Barr Nunn!
Lots of shade. Sites level but too close together. Probably because it is an older park. Well situated to Rocky Mountain National Park, outlet mall, general shopping. WIFI available for a fee. Would return to escape the heat of the southwest.
Sites are close together but all the park is very well-maintained. Sites level, some gravel & others grassy. I question the WIFI as I tried (as well as my park neighbor) a second "code" and still couldn't make a connection.
The owners & staff are extremely nice, friendly & helpful. A short privacy fences is between the sites. Updating is constantly being done as we had stayed her 6 weeks earlier. The young trees will eventually provide shade at each site. At this oasis in the middle of the Texas panhandle, a continental breakfast is served Thursday, Friday & Saturday mornings.