We stayed here for a couple of days. The location is good, as it’s about a mile off the interstate, so there is little highway noise. The woman in the office was very friendly, courteous and check-in was smooth and painless. We didn’t see any maintenance staff around over the weekend, based upon the fact that the office gal was the only employee we saw cleaning the restroom/showers and manning the front office on both days. Apparently the park in in transition state at the moment, as the current owners recently purchased it. The previous website was kept by the previous owner, and the new ones have not created one yet. The sites are a bit dated (pre-slideout RV-era), as they are very narrow between the hookups and the cement patio, so slide-outs could be an issue, depending on how long your slides may be. There is comfortable spacing between your neighbors, so you shouldn’t feel like you’re practically in their laps. The back area sites do appear to be a little more generous in width for big-rigs and extended slides. Despite this, the hookups, cable TV, pool and especially the restroom/showers were clean and worked well. The Wi-Fi was out during our 2 day stay. The interior roads are a combination of asphalt and gravel. The asphalt parts around the front of the park are very narrow, but because the pull-throughs are at 45 degree angles and not 90, it’s not much of an issue getting situated. Many of the sites have some large mature trees near them, which do provide partial shade, depending on the time of day and location you’re in. There is a Walmart nearby, plenty of stores, restaurants and fast food places within a mile or so. Despite the fact this is an older park, we found it to be a well maintained and overall relaxing place to stay. We would return to this park.
This place used to be Beaudry’s RV, but closed in 2010. It reopened as Lazydays RV a little over a year later. We stayed for an overnighter on our way from CA to FL. This is a large park, set in a desert motif (obviously, as it is in the desert.) Summertime is the light time of the year so there were plenty of spaces available. The park is very well laid out, as all sights have a 45 degree angle and are not too close to neighboring sites. Because this place is in an Arizona desert city, it lacks substantial shade trees. The sites are on gravel, but there are cement pads with tables and chairs. Some of the sites even have small grass pads as well. All of the hookups worked well, as did the cable TV and Wi-Fi. The office lobby is hotel style and there is an on-site restaurant which serves lunch & dinner, however we didn’t take advantage of it. There is a substantial RV dealer/service center and a Camping World just outside of the north end exit/entrance, should you have need for service or supplies. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a small RV park with only 27 sites. Due to its size, it’s quite quaint. It’s a no frills park. There is no onsite store or pool. In fact, the owner/staff don’t necessarily occupy the office all day. When we arrived we had to call a number on the door to let them know we were here. He told us what site to setup in and that he would be back in the office at 4:30 (we arrived at about @ 2:30.) I finalized our check-in when he arrived, so no big deal. The man (I think the owner) was very friendly and the registration was painless for our overnight stay. The hookups, cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well and the dog run was decent. There are plenty of fuel stations, restaurants and markets in the Marion/Meridian area and it’s far enough away from the interstate, so you don’t have to put up with the traffic and truck noise. Dale Ave. appears to be the main drag between Marion and Meridian, so there is some traffic noise during the day (although not that bad), and at night it’s pretty quiet. Because it’s a no frills the park this place is pretty good for an overnighter/good nights sleep or short term stay if you have family or business in the area. By the end of the day every site was filled, so be sure to make reservations. We would stay again.
We made an overnight reservation for Tree Tops while traveling from the west coast to the east coast; however, upon our arrival we wished we had decided to stay for a few days. The sites are very well shaded with large mature trees, which is great during the summertime months. All of the sites are nicely laid out and offer good lengths and space between RV’s. The front portion of the park (south of the creek bed) is the prettier and aesthetically more pleasing area to stay. The rear area is more generic and rougher around the edges. The check-in staff was very friendly and the on-site maintenance/escort crews are too. Our escort not only escorted us to our site and helped position our rig, but then he stayed for a bit to answer any questions or assist us in setting up. All of the amenities (FHU, pool, bathroom/showers, etc.) were clean & good. The Wi-Fi is TengoInternet and is free for the first 24 hours with a coupon. After that, I guess you have to subscribe for continued access. The park is in the middle of a residential area, which makes you wonder if you’re heading into the right area when driving there. There is distant road noise, but not very noticeable unless you actually listen for it. Good location to Ranger’s baseball & Cowboy football stadiums, as well as Six Flags Texas, which are all between 8-12 miles from the park. We would definitely return.
There are not a lot of RV parks in the Midland area. Of the campgrounds we saw in the area, this place seems to be one of the better ones. It’s fine as an overnighter if you’re passing through the Midland area. The pull-through sites are long enough to accommodate most RVs and wide enough that you don’t feel crowded. There are no shade trees in these spots. The shaded spots are back-ins and appear to be occupied by extended stay and long term RVers (possibly the oil field workers, as the area is pretty inundated with oil fields.) All of the hookups worked well, the Wi-Fi signal was strong and the cable quality was clear with plenty of channels. The staff seems friendly and attentive to the park and its amenities. Midland is in a flatter portion of Texas, so the winds do whip through the park a bit, but it was tolerable the night we stayed. It’s not too far off the interstate, so you do hear the traffic in the distance, but it wasn’t too bad. As previously mentioned, the road (Midland Dr.) is pretty horrendous for the couple of hundred yards you need to drive to get to the entrance, so take it slow. We would consider staying again.
At best, this place is okay for an overnight stay. The place was about ¾ full during our 1 night stay. Of the occupants at the time, I’d say 75% were extended stay or long term RV’ers with lots of overgrowth underneath the RV’s. The place has all of the amenities i.e. FHU, cable, pool, Wi-Fi, store, etc., as well as watercraft access to the Colorado River. The staff at check-in was very nice and accommodating. Aesthetically, it’s not very relaxing or pleasing to the eye as it’s an older KOA Kampground with the run-of-the-mill layout and in a poor location. Interstate 10 hovers right next to the campground and the traffic is heard all day and night. In fact, it’s so close you can read the logos and company names on the tractor/trailers that rumble past! Not a peaceful environment for a good nights sleep! Most folks think of a “resort” as an upscale and relaxing environment; unfortunately, I can’t say there was anything relaxing about this place. We would likely not stay here again.
We stayed in the newer Cottonwood campground portion of the park. All of the sites are very well spaced from each other, level and have plenty of grass around, with the exception of the outlining southern and western sides of the park, which are dirt. There are many trees, however they are still rather small for adequate shade. Give them a few more years to mature and they'll be great shade trees. The water, power, sewer and Wi-Fi (which all worked well) are included in the price for the Cottonwood section. There is a well equipped onsite store, a small waterpark and mini-golf course for the kids. There's also a small man-made lake within walking distance, which is regularly stocked by the county if you're into some fishing. Weekdays are generally easy to get a site, however weekends seem to fill up pretty quick with local RV'ers out for a quick weekend getaway, so make your weekend reservations well in advance. We would definitely stay again.
Overall this is one of the nicer parks in the area, however it is a bit dated on the interior as the sewer connections are at the back end of the site, so bring your long sewer hose. They also insist that sewer lines be elevated from the ground from the rig to the connection, so be sure you have a hose support system or blocks, otherwise you'll get a visit from the security guy who skulks around new arrivals waiting for them to hookup without one, and will then stop and try to sell you his version of a support system. The asphalt roads inside are also cracking, breaking and could use reconditioning. There are plenty of trees around, some of which do provide some shade. The pool/spa area is nice and clean, as are the restrooms and showers. There are military jets flying nearby during the weekdays, but the weekends are pretty much quiet.