Great place to stay. Has shortcut to cross into the parking lot instead of going all the way to the street to get to the Graceland entertainment complex to purchase tour tickets. Friendly RV guest check in, lots of security, as we entered RV park driveway, security guard meets you at guard shack, records license plate number then you can proceed. RV park is right behind the Heartbreak Hotel. Restaurant at hotel opens at 3pm, great place to have a beer and food and watch free Elvis Presley DVD recorded concerts. Hotel also has a gift shop, if you do not want to go to the main entertainment center. RV park sites are grave with side grass and plenty wide. The RV Park office also has a good gift shop. Rear of Park has a forest type area for walking and picnics. Each site had a table and benches. Would definitely come here again. My wife was delighted.
Was there July 4th week. RV park office is at Willow Tree Motel, friendly staff. Anthony from Motel Office called me when my show tickets arrived. RV park is smallish but nice. Small swimming pool, but very clean, share it with the Motel guests. Lots of discounts available to shows at brochure center at Motel breeze way. Wife and I checked out the bathrooms, showers, laundry room. All were clean and usable. You have a short walk to restaurants "Golden Corral" and "Red Lobster". Have to walk a busy highway at cross walk to get to the Imax Theater and other restaurants. We did not have a toad and used "Ride-A-WayZ" shuttle who charges 20 bucks round trip to take you to a show and pickup and gives you exact pick up time. Taxi would be cheaper, but they do not give a pick up time. Only have a few theaters within walking distance. So you need a car to drive to them, some do not have RV parking. The RV park fee includes a free breakfast, two different cereals, donuts, coffee, toasts, muffins, and attendant to assist. Not a bad deal. I would use this park again.
Rate reflects discount for Passport America for 1st night, and a free night for the summer special if you stay 3 nights. Place is immaculate. A bit noisy because it is almost under the interstate 10 freeway. The tour buses stop at the RV Park Office for pick up of your tour and drop you off there, too. You can walk to the French Quarter, but in the hot weather and high humidity, it is not recommended, but can be done. It is safe in the daytime to walk around the area. On the way back from the French Quarter, the RV park personnel will pick you up at 501 Basin Street, Visitor Center so you will not have to walk back through the alley in the heat. Good service. It is in a great location, very close to the French Quarter. When we got tired of walking in the heat, we ordered a taxi, to take us to the French Quarter and also to bring us back. Cost each way was 8 bucks, with the tip, it cost 10 bucks, well worth it. Small clean pool.
Great safe, clean and friendly place for overnight. Couple at office very friendly. Place very clean. I was quoted $28, but when I got there they asked if I was a Auto Club triple A member,( yes ) then reduced it to $26. Has small area at office for watching TV and you can sit on the couch, a place to relax. I will use this RV park again. There are a lot of RV parks next to this one, similar on each side in Deming. I will pick this one next time I stop in Deming..
It is OK for an overnight stay. Has basic cable, water, sewer, 30 amp only electric. Gravel sites, fairly level. Lots of permanent residents, few visitor open sites. No Wi-Fi. Was quoted $28 but the young man at the office said it was $30, so I took it anyway. Staff is friendly at office, they helped me find the place, after Google map got me to the wrong place in town. I would use the place again, for an overnight safe place.
Very clean park. Parking sites are all concrete very large pads for the RV's. Grass which is trimmed and very green. No tables and benches for the regular sites. Other sites do have a table and benches, but it is extra. Check-in office staff are young people, but were friendly and helpful. Two years ago, the young kids at the check-in office seemed not to care about giving good service. Today, it is different; they all offer to assist you. Sewers are locked up, and then unlocked after they inspect your sewer hose and drainage fitting. Free shuttle service to the casino and back. Just call for pick-up to your space. I've been here in a motor home twice, obviously enjoyed the RV park, and continue to come back. Casino has expensive, good buffet and high end restaurants and some regular priced restaurants and regular priced food court. Something for everyone. Swimming pool is on the smaller side, but very clean. Price reflects my Passport America rate, which is good only Sunday to Thursday. Casino is huge and has lots of entertainment and games of chance. You will need 10 dollars cash, for a refundable deposit for the swimming pool access card. Wi-Fi worked well with my external antenna.
One the most beautiful rv parks in California. View of the Klamath river winding is fantastic. Price includes the Wifi charges for RPI membership and river frontage space. Landscaping is beautiful. Bathroom - showers immaculately clean. I had external wifi antenna and was able to receive 100% signal strength from both park routers. You can walk to the rivers edge. It is surrounded by a forest. I will come back here. Small clubhouse with tv, puzzles and library. Friendly staff. Very clean laundry facilities. Every thing is so green, compared to the Southern California RV parks.
The free Wi-Fi worked perfectly, signal strength of 100% with my external G-Sky antenna. I was in spaces 51-52, one street across the office. It is not a fancy RV park, but great for staying overnight. Office lady was friendly. Across the street are McDonalds and In-N-Out. If you like 'burgers' you are in hog heaven. The sites in front are short type, but a 24' motor home like mine fit just fine. I was assigned two RV spaces, but, I only needed one. The bigger rigs who get also the front two sites, park on the diagonal, in order to fit, which makes it difficult for them to reach the sewer, electric, water utilities. But, I simply pulled up next to the utilities. I would come here again, specially in the summer, because it is so hot in this area, you will need air conditioning to sleep comfortably in the evening. I have no complaints about using this RV park for over night stays. Pea Anderson Soup restaurant is a walk from this park, over several blocks in length and going over the 1-5 freeway. It is doable, but you have to put on your 'walking shoes.'
It is hot in the summer there. If the wind blows from the dairy, the flies from the dairy mob the place. If the wind blows toward the dairy, there are no flies. That is a negative, the other negative is the adult only clubhouse is rather old, but maintained well. Now as to all the positives..friendly staff, great week end activities for kids and adults. Two separate swimming pools, one for families and the other for adults-only. Good exercise-gym separate building for adults. Four pool billiard tables at adult lodge with free Wi-Fi. Good TV room with comfortable seats for adults. We played for hours with the jig-saw puzzles at the adult lodge. Family lodge has a part time restaurant. Good activities for the kids. The ducks, cranes, geese and other birds are fun to feed and watch at the canals. Even the fish come up the canal to be fed. The Country store is very well stocked for RV'ers. We enjoy going there are relaxing and enjoying the activities. You can not beat the kids train ride and hay ride for only 25 cents, on week-ends. It just that those darn flies, get in the way. Our nightly rate of 10 bucks is cause of being RPI members.
Paid $15 per night on Passport America, clean pool, pool bathrooms each have a shower. Laundry costs $ 1.25 to use. Regular bathrooms are by the office, have three showers each, very clean. Friendly staff. Free morning coffee at office. Free Wi-Fi. There are two free Wi-Fi transmitting locations, office staff will direct you to the best spots for best Wi-Fi reception. Office has some RV repair items. Propane truck comes by once a week or you can get propane down the street, about half a mile away. There are motel rooms available on site. Motel guests were not a problem with us. Every thing was kept up well. Jack-in-Box fast food next door. Across the street lots of restaurants, Little Cesar Pizza, and small stores. RV park has lake shore frontage. We are repeat users of this RV park.
New management of park is keeping it tidy. Swimming pools are clean and kept up. Restaurant is open in the evenings with limited hours and week ends. Has free pool tables and local bar on site. Karaoke music on Fridays. This is an older established park, lots of trees, some permanent residents. Wi-Fi is limited to those closest to the General Store. Wi-Fi is free, just ask for the password at the store. Staff is friendly and helpful. I would use this RV park again. Tom's Farm touristic area is close by.
Very friendly staff at check-in. Don't need a toad to go to restaurants (buffets) and casinos, as they are just across the street, with good deals. Fast food restaurants are a couple of blocks away on the main highway. Fun outside play area for the kids. Koi fish pool has benches around it. Has wood shop. Wi-Fi is free, but very slow. I would come here again in Winter and Spring, I imagine Summers are hot, here. Has public street safe parking area for park registration. As I was waiting there, man stopped his pickup truck and walked across the highway to tell me my headlight was burned out...very friendly town. I visited as RPI member
Stayed as coast to coast member, site had no sewer hook up. Excellent facilities on site. Had two separate concrete pads, one for motor home and other for a towed vehicle. Site has shade trees and some grass, and gravel, no picnic bench. Has one free modem hook up near check-in office, wireless is Tengo Internet, which costs money. Has free long distance phone for the park, great feature. No full time restaurant on site, but lots of them in town. Staff is very friendly. Did not give it a 10 cause of no sewer for non-owners, and no free Wi-Fi,otherwise a great park to visit. There are sewers hook-ups available but not for us non-owner members.
Wi-Fi is only available at the Lodge. The river flowing at the edge of the rv park is great for kids. Would stay there again, but not in the summer, heat from the valley made the place hot in the summer time. Not too many people walking in the park in the heat of the day. Would be a great place in spring and autumn. Staff is friendly and attentive. There is no over-the-air television and no cable TV. Great place for kids. No cell phone service available. But, has free phone at lodge for members to call the 1-800 numbers for phone calling cards. Recommend buying a pre-paid phone card to use there. There are two coin pay public phones at front outside of the office. Camped there using our RPI membership.
The managers are a sweet friendly couple, very helpful, will go out of their way to help you. He walks over to help you find your spot and make sure you drive in straight. Sites are a bit tight, but not bad, I could extend my slide out. I would recommend this place to unwind from the high tech world. Can walk about 2 blocks to nearby restaurants. No over-the-air television, but you can go to their office lobby sitting room and watch their TV in air conditioned room. Would recommend over-night stay and a few days for unwinding. I liked hearing the trains at night. We used our "Coast to Coast" membership.
Visiting with USA Passport America membership in motor home. Office staff friendly and helpful. Has a few free wireless internet "hot spots" in the park. Restaurant has limited hours and full-time bar and pool room. Two swimming pools and hot water jacuzzi. During our stay one of the park residents shot two rounds, one hitting another trailer. Was shot by the Riverside County Sheriff's SWAT team. Everyone was helpful and offered their RV for us to stay in during the 9 hour incident. Residents bought us free drinks and snacks, and apologized for the incident. Other than that, it was a pleasant stay.
Has two large swimming pools and several hot water spas. Has an adult only, excellent activity center and one separate one for the kids. Poor WiFi access in certain sections of the park where we stayed in the 200's section, no reception for the paid WiFi. Free slow WiFi at the adult activity center. Good all around place for kids as well as adults. Friendly staff. Well stocked country store that is available to the general public. Great equipment in the adult exercise room. Many sites back into the green water canals. It is fun to see all the aquatic birds in the canal, and some ducks coming over to your RV to beg for food. We used our RPI membership to pay the 10 bucks per day. I gave it a 10 because the breeze was blowing the correct way during our very enjoyable stay, this year.
Need to drive through most of the campground to reach the office. Friendly receptionist. Sites are cut out or filled on side of a hill. Narrow roadway to the sites with tight turns, not big-rig friendly. Only one over-the-air TV station available ( ABC ). Campground is adjacent to the Interstate 70, some trucks illegally use their motors for braking..loud at night. Good location in Glenwood Springs. I would use it again, for over-night stay. Price seems high for the amenities, but it is a good location to the town.
Receptionist offered Triple AAA discount, without me asking for it. Nice touch, save a buck and a half. Must register at Motel office then go across the highway to the RV campground. No public bathrooms or showers, nor laundry room in campground. No over-the-air TV reception. Gravel sites slope toward the Little Colorado River. Shell Station at Trading post does not sell Diesel. Sites are gravel and so is the roadway access to them. I would use them again for an over night stay. No packs of loose dogs as some have previously posted. Saw only one loose dog, walking with children going to the employee trailer housing at North side of the RV campground. WiFi is only available for the motel guests. The Trading post across the RV campground has a good restaurant and Native Indian store.
Rate reflects "Coast to Coast membership" reduced rates. Wife was impressed with clean bathrooms and laundry room. TV over-the-air reception is excellent. Wi-fi is available for a fee. Sites not level from side to side, used leveling blocks. I would stay here again. Adjacent to RV campground are long term trailers and appear to have permanent residents.
Stayed in a class C motor home. Paid $17 a night, with a Passport America discount. Has gravel pads for the RV and adjacent concrete pad for bench. No bench provided. Has WiFi available for a fee. Although did not charge me for the WiFi on my overnight stay. Place is very kept up and clean. Friendly office staff. RV hardware store adjacent to this RV park, is very handy. Restaurant about half a block away. Have been here before and will continue to stay at his park, for overnight stays.
Andrew, the receptionist, was courteous and greeted us with a smile. Gave us our Good Sam discount. They add a mandatory $4 to the basic camp fee for cable TV whether you use it or not. Place was very clean. Free shuttle from Casino to the Fremont Street area (old Las Vegas) and to Harrah's Casino and to the Riviera Casino, on the "Strip". Wi-Fi is available for a fee on an expensive 24 hour daily basis or a cheaper weekly basis. I have been here before and will continue to use this park. Casino has a good buffet for the price, compared to the big Casinos at the "Strip." If you do not want to eat at the Buffet, there are several fast food places inside the Sam's Town Casino to eat economically.
We went on a Coast to Coast membership, rate is $10 a night. Wifi was extra. Cable TV was $1 extra a day. Lower area is cheaper than the upper area that costs $7 more a day. Upper area sites have 50 amp service and larger sites. Lower area does not have tables and sites are narrower. Store is a little on the small side, but has a little cafe (3 tables) for hot sandwiches and small tv meals. Very friendly staff. I will stay there again, in the lower area. Pool in lower and upper area. Upper area pool is larger and fancier clubhouse than the lower area clubhouse. All areas are accessible to every one.
Outragiously expensive !!!! Cost us $66 a night to sleep in our own 25 ft motor home. They are the only RV campground in the expensive, picturesque western style Jackson Hole town. Staff is friendly and helpful. Wireless internet is not free, it cost $1 per day. You would think it would be free, at the price one has to pay for the site. Has nearby free bus shuttle into town. Across the street has shopping center, pharmacy, restaurants, radio shack, etc. Has very convenient location to shopping and stores. The location is great ! the price is very bad !If you paid $66 a night for a month, it would cost you $1980 a month, compared to the one bedroom apartments across the street are only $900 per month (I talked to an apartment resident)...I will not stay there again, because of the price...there are some less expensive rv parks outside of town, some distance away, along highway 89
Lot is fully graveled, good drainage. Sites are fairly level. 30 amp service site are $20, the 50amp service sites are $30 a night. The laundry and bathroom-showers are clean. There is a (walking distance) new "Lisa" restaurant that the locals frequent, with decent prices, and relaxing. Can hear the train go by in the distance at night, Staff is very friendly when they are available in the office. If they are not there, pick a site, and use the drop in envelope or wait until they open up the office..is is very casual low stress check-in. I will stay here again, as a rest stop while traveling through Utah. Some shade tree sites are available. No swimming pool. No wireless internet available.
Very small RV campground. 30 amp hook ups are available. Friendly staff, office is a 5th wheel trailer. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The outstanding feature of this park is that is only a few blocks from the downtown shopping center of the town of West Yellowstone. Price is very reasonable, compared to the KOA a few miles south of the town. Only about 2 blocks is a large bay wash rack, can accommodate medium sized RV's. Has nearby restaurants. Would use the site again to visit Yellowstone National Park.
The facilities are excellent; immaculate clean club house with interior swimming pool. Wireless internet coverage is poor at outer edges of park. You will be hit for a $29 surcharge regardless of how long you stay (even for one night) for the LP gas to the bar-b-que grill that is furnished for you (space A8) whether you want it or not. They do not tell you that up front. I gave it a 5 only because of the surprise $29 "got you" before you check out. I would NOT use that facility again.
The staff was friendly. I liked the forest feel to the campground; it did not feel crowded. Beware of the air raid siren at night. It is the call to the Fire Dept that there is an accident and they are needed. There is a small store and fishing pond. There is easy access to Glacier National Park. We would stay there again. We stayed there 2 nights.
The staff was friendly, and the park was clean. The nearby local town is White Sulfur Springs. Office building has a room to socialize and watch TV. There is a very small store and fishing pond. Some nearby horses will come to you across the street, if you don't scare them. This is a very quiet RV park. We would stay there again, if passing through. There is nearby fishing holes and rivers.