We stayed a here a month. This park has a beautiful location. However, clean and well maintained are not words to describe it. Neglected, overgrown and dirty are more appropriate. The bathrooms were hit or miss as to whether they were clean. The laundry machines are newer, but are not wiped down like in other campgrounds / parks. Their website claims 4 Ws from Woodalls, but Woodalls doesn't list them. Given the amount of sucker growth on the trees and the amount of weeds, it has been several years since the 4W rating was granted. We could barely get our awning out due to growth low on a tree. We couldn't fully park in our site because of sucker growth from an old stump. The park has such potential, but it is being allowed to deteriorate. A pruning saw, weed wackier and bucket of hot soapy water would go a long way to improving the park. I would not list this park as big rig friendly. Our 5th wheel is 34' and we felt squeezed. As others have stated the sites are packed close and every which way in an attempt to get as many as possible. There are lots of shade trees and a lovely stream. They do provide lots of dog poo bags. The adjacent county road is good for long dog walks and the locals were courteous to me and the dogs. We will not stay here again.
The staff was friendly and helpful. It was a bit tricky to find the correct road to turn on, but we managed just fine. When leaving, it would be very difficult to make a left turn across the divided highway. The traffic from the right is coming uphill and around a corner. We fortunately turned right. The Wi-Fi worked, but was a bit slow during peak user hours. We had excellent TV antennae reception. We had a 50amp water/electric site so needed to dump at the end of the week. The dump station was tight in and out. The bathrooms, though outdated, were very clean. I walked our dogs in the adjacent field (look out for cows and snakes). We would stay here again.
We stayed here for a month. They do offer a discount if you pay in cash. The park has large shade trees and grassy sites. The Wi-Fi worked well for us and we had good Verizon cell reception. The dog walk is outside the fence along the county road. The road sees very little traffic and is a great place for long dog walks. The owners are friendly and they work hard to make the park pleasant. They also offer a horse hotel. The pens were clean the barn well kept. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for two weeks. The facilities are clean and the staff very friendly. The gravel pull through sites were level and each had a medium (will be larger someday) shade trees. This park is however, right on the road. Our site was along the road and fairly noisy. The tent area is grassy and shaded and away from the road. The Wi-Fi was weak at our site and slow during peak user hours. We may stay here again when in the area.
Our rate is for a monthly stay. This is a very basic place to park your RV and enjoy the surrounding mountains. There is not a bathroom or laundry facility. This park is gravel. There are some shade trees and little grass under them. There is not any delineation between sites besides the hookup station. The park is quiet and clean. It is easy access from highway 89, but there is not a sign for the park on the highway. The dog area is just across the road to a vacant lot/rodeo grounds. The nearby quiet streets are good for long dog walks. Many of the occupants are full time residents, but all sites are without clutter. The owner is friendly and chatty. The camp host is welcoming and friendly. We would stay here again. WiFi is available from the camp host, but we had difficulties connecting so we used our phones.
This park is easy access from highway 50 and not far from the intersection of highways 50/93/6 93. It is clean and tidy. The facilities are very clean. There is a grassy dog area and fenced dirt dog area. The adjacent property is vacant with some trails for a longer dog stroll. The sites and roads are gravel which we suspect may become dusty during dry times. Each site has shade trees and picnic table. The tent area looks nice. It is an excellent and quiet overnight stay. We would stay here again when traveling through. The WiFi worked well.
The rate reflects our monthly stay. This is an older and outdated park, but it is tidy, clean and quiet. The sites and roads are paved and each site has a concrete patio with a picnic table. The dog area is a nice grassy area with large trees. They supply bags. There is also a fish cleaning station. The wifi was good. We will stay here again next spring.
We stayed for a month in a standard site. This park is clean and very well maintained by courteous and friendly staff. The hot tub and pool were clean and a nice treat after a long day in the desert. We appreciated the 24-hour security. The pets are only allowed to pee/poo in designated areas. While this may be bit of an inconvenient, it keeps pets from doing their duty in sites. Clean up tools are provided. We would stay here again.
This park has very good access to and from the freeway, but it is adjacent to the frontage road so there is road noise. The sound barrier wall really does help reduce the noise. The internal roads are paved and each site has a concrete patio, paved parking pad and picnic table. The park and facilities are clean. We had excellent help backing into our site. However, we were along the sound barrier wall so it was a bit tight in and out. Plus it was noisy. The adjacent vacant land and walk along the Santa Cruz river is good for dog walking. We probably wouldn't stay here again.
Price paid reflects the monthly rate. This park is easy access to and from the freeway, but the highway noise isn't a factor. There is good Wi-Fi. The park, laundry and bathrooms are clean. The adjacent property and the path along the Santa Cruz river are excellent for long dog walks. The whole park is gravel and it can be tight at times, but we enjoy the location, staff and other residents. The sites are too short to park the truck and trailer, but our site was wide enough to park the truck next to the trailer. We would stay here again.
This park offers easy access from I-10 making is an excellent stop for the night. The sites are all pull through and each has a tree and picnic table. The roads and sites are gravel, but everyone drives slow to not cause dust. The Wi-Fi was very good. The park is behind a motel and quiet considering how close it is to the freeway. We stayed here two nights using the Passport America discount. It is not worth the full price. While walking the dogs it appears that very few folks pick up the waste. In the back are permanent residents that keep less than a tidy place. We probably won't stay here again unless it is just for a night.
The park is clean, the laundry is clean, the restrooms and showers are clean. The internal roads are paved or chip-seal surface. Our pull through site was long enough for the trailer and truck. However, the site was very narrow. Our slide was no more than 3 feet from that of our neighbors. There is plenty of internal road for dog walking plus a fenced off leash area. The staff was friendly as were the other park users. We were only here 3 days so the site width wasn't an issue. If we were to return for a longer stay we would try to get one of the 'remodeled' sites along the back which are wider. We would stay here again.
This is a clean and quiet park with cement roads, pads and patios. Each site is a pull through with a picnic table and patio. The complimentary continental breakfast was a nice treat. There is a field at the back of the park with a mowed path for dog walking. We would stay here again.
The park is clean and well kept with all gravel roads and sites. The sites were of average size and there was landscaping between sites to give a sense of space and privacy. We were a bit wary on the drive in as the park is located in and industrial dock area. However, the park is safe and clean. The shuttle to the French Quarter provided a safe and worry free day of site seeing. We would stay here again.
The staff is kind and friendly. The grounds are tidy and clean. The park and guests are quiet. The sites are large and grassy. A few have cement pads. We did not use the laundry while here. The park is in a peaceful rural setting close to the freeway and surrounded by woods. The woods provide a good barrier against the freeway noise and keep it minimal. There is good dog walking in the woods on the trails as well as on the access road to the park. There are two drawbacks. First, there is a skeet shooting range on the other side of the freeway. Second, would be the dirt roads and all grass sites. The latter did not bother us, but listening to guns all weekend did. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is set in a stand of mature pines which provide excellent shade and pretty setting. We stayed here two nights in one of the pull through sites next to the club house. These sites have good Wi-Fi, but are a bit close. The other sites do appear to be spacious and comfortable. We arrived the day after a rain storm so the roads and sites were a bit muddy. The park does have some drainage issues, but our site was free of standing water. The laundry room was clean with newer machines. The room did have a funk, but the price for wash and dry was very good. The restrooms could use a good scrubbing. There is plenty of dog walking space and the surrounding neighborhood offers even more dog walking opportunities. We would stay here again as we really enjoyed the town.
Our rate reflects the Passport America rate. This park had easy access from the freeway. The internal roads were paved and allowed plenty of room. We stayed in the sites for 'passer throughs' which are all long and grassy pull through sites. Some sites have patios, but the majority are all grass. There is plenty of space for dog walking including a fenced off leash park which also has a dog wash. The bathrooms were individual private rooms that were clean and modern. I did not use the laundry here. We would definitely stay here again. This park is also very close to trailheads to access hiking a mountain biking trails.
This is a nice, clean and quiet rural park. We woke our first morning to the faint sound of a rooster crowing and a cow mooing. No bother to us. It was sugar cane harvest season so the air did sometimes smell like fire. The nice breeze kept it from settling in the valley. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park was clean and is definitely being renovated. Some sites have a cement pad in addition to the cement patio. The park is not near anything, but the peace is nice once in awhile. There are activities and most folks walk or ride their bikes in the park. There are even bike racks by the pool and office. There is plenty of dog walking space. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for 5 nights over Christmas. We had a pull through site on the interior. The site was grassy and level with a cement patio. All the picnic tables were new and areas of the park were being renovated. The bark park was closed because of sand burrs, but a burr free area was provided for dog duty. The staff was friendly and helpful. Our fellow travelers were good neighbors. The sites are oriented perpendicular to the bay so the RVs are in line with the wind. We were here during a little cold front and could hardly tell the wind was blowing because of the orientation. You need to drive to the beach or groceries, but who cares, you're in the Keys. There is an off-leash dog park a few miles down the road. We would definitely stay here again.
Friendly camp host, spacious paved site, very clean campground, peace and quiet. A recipe for an enjoyable evening watching the sun set behind palms and cypress. Fresh water is available if you arrive with an empty tank. There is a dump station on the way out. There was plenty of space to maneuver while backing into the site. We would definitely stay here again.
The entry wasn't very well marked and we missed it the first time. It was busy when we arrived and it felt a bit cramped. We were assisted backing into our site, but we had to ask those in the site opposite to move their car. It was a bit tight. The site was level gravel and spacious enough, but it was tight in and out of the site. There is plenty of dog walking space and convenient waste bags/stations. The staff were helpful and friendly. Due to the tightness of space we probably wont stay here again. If we did, we would request a space in the 7 acre area which appears to have more space for maneuvering.
The campground is clean with large shade trees and plenty of dog walking space. The overnight camping area is a bit strange, but we did not have any issues. The staff greeted us in a friendly manner. We were escorted to our site and our guide ensured we had power. They do have exotic tropical birds that were vocal, but were not disruptive at our site. The bathrooms were very clean. We did not use the laundry. We would stay here again.
Our rate is reflective of a Passport America discount. The staff was friendly and the park relatively clean. However, we will not stay here again. We were given poor directions to our site and had to drive around the park to get a good angle on our pull thru site. During that process, we scraped the side of our roof against a tree that hung our over the drive. We will need to replace our gutter and patch the roof. Our site was barely big enough for our 34' trailer and truck. We were situated on a corner that everyone seemed to cut. Thankfully we had the foresight to remove the bikes and bike rack from the back of the trailer otherwise someone probably would have hit them. The roads are tight and trees are close. I would not recommend this park to anyone in a rig of any size. Our site was only sand without any gravel. This park is mostly older mobile homes and not much of a RV park for travelers.
Nightly rate reflect the Passport America discount. This park is huge with a majority of it dedicated to permanent residents. The park has many big trees which make for nice shady dog walks. We had a nice long pull thru site situated with other travelers. All people we encountered were friendly and kind. The bathrooms and laundry were clean. I was able to take the dogs for an hour long walk and never leave the park or retrace my steps. There are loads of daily activities to keep you social and busy. It is easy to access the park from the freeway. A downside is that the Wi-Fi is only available for a fee from a vendor. We would stay here again.
This is a very clean and friendly park. The sites are a bit short and there are not any pull thru sites available. Everyone has to park their vehicle in front of the coach. This occupied the road and made it a bit snug to navigate. The park is very dog friendly and even provide dog treats at check in. The laundry and restrooms are clean and bright. There is a bit of road noise, but while in the RV, we did not notice the traffic. The county road outside the park has a sidewalk and is a good place for an extended dog walk. The park was easy to access from the freeway. The Wi-Fi worked the first day, but was excruciatingly slow the next two.
It is a small, no frills park. We were welcomed as guests by the manager. The park was clean and tidy. The bathroom and laundry were clean and the building was warm. The wireless internet worked very well. We would stay here again.
Our rate reflects a weekly rate. We were disappointed with the park. We were greeted by a young man who seemed to be inconvenienced by actually having to work. He was civil, but didn't speak more than 10 words during check in. The laundry had older machines (they did work just fine) and was dirty. The woman's bathroom had newer tile, but was dark so I didn't use it. During the entire week, the trash bins throughout the campground were not emptied. Staff buzzed through the campground on gold carts multiple times every day, but I'm not sure what they were doing. Definitely not emptying trash. There wasn't a designated dog walk area, but there is a fair bit of open space. The access road doesn't' have much traffic so I was able to take the dogs for a good stroll along the road. I did try the hiking trails with the dogs, but the trails need some maintenance. On a less traveled branch trail I encountered downed trees. Back on the main trail I had to battle downed woven wire fencing. The sites and campground roads are graveled and there appears to be an ample supply of the gravel for drainage. Our site was a level pull through but the exit was a bit steep so we backed out to avoid any dragging issues. A previous occupant of our site had emptied the ashes out of the fire pit on the lawn in the site. There was also a small dead tree (roots and all) in the fire pit. It seems that the park had seen a busy summer and fall, but there had not been a post season cleanup effort.
This is a great state park south of Denver. There is a central dump station as well as full hook up sites. They offer water/electric sites as well. The camping cost is in addition to a daily entry fee. If you expect to stay here a lot during a year, consider buying an annual pass which will cover your day use fee. There is a dog park on the north side of the park, but we did not take advantage of it. We camped here twice in the spring, once in loop B and once in loop C. Loop D is new and the facilities are nicer. Both loop B and loop C have clean restrooms and have centrally located trash dumpsters. It can get a bit windy as the camping is on a hill overlooking the reservoir. If your total height is greater that 12 feet, you must use the entrance accessed from Roxborough Park Road. Otherwise use the entrance off Wadsworth. There is plenty of hiking trails to take the dogs for a walk. Road biking is a popular activity within the park as are many water activities.
This park is easily accessible from the interstate, but in a quiet setting. We arrived after dark and easily followed their multiple signs right to the entrance. We stayed here for 9 days while rock climbing in the area. It is a quiet park. The restrooms, showers and laundry are all very clean. The dog walk area was supplied with trash cans and waste bags. I also walked the dogs down the road which sees very little traffic. There is a rock business next door, but they only operate during the week and the noise wasn't much and didn't bother us. The gravel sites all had picnic tables and shade. We would stay here again.
We stayed at Lago Linda's for about 5 weeks while rock climbing at the Red River Gorge. The owner (Linda Black) gave us a discount rate for our extended stay. This really isn't much of an RV park, but it can accommodate small trailers and class C. The access road is essentially a driveway and the campsites are tight. We stayed here in a 34' 5th wheel and just were able to get into the site. The site was definitely long enough. The dump station is only accessible using a portable holding tank. It is a beautiful location, but does need some maintenance. The bathrooms and showers didn't get cleaned on the weekend. This does seem a bit odd as it is the busiest time. I think there was to be someone cleaning, but I don't think it got done. There is a weekday housekeeper who does an excellent job. This park is primarily used by rock climbers who are in the area to climb and it is very busy on the weekends. I hiked a couple of the trails with our dogs and had to do a bit of bush whacking because they hadn't been cleared since last winter. The Wi-Fi was down for much of our stay here. For weekenders this may not be much of an issue, but since we stayed long term, it was very frustrating. Lago Linda Hideaway also rents cabins and has plenty of tent camping space. We would probably stay here again but mostly because the choices in the area are limited.
This is a rural park that is nice and quiet. It is a bit outdated, but is was quiet with lots of space to walk the dogs. We were greeted by friendly staff. We had a full hookup site, but did not use the sewer service because it was on the uphill side of our site. It appeared that all sites where like that because of the orientation of the sites. The price was very reasonable the park is easily accessible from the interstate. We stopped here while traveling from Colorado to Kentucky. We did not use the bathrooms or showers.
We spent 5 days here while in Denver. When we arrived the staff was friendly and kind. We were guided to our site and the staff member helped us back into the site. We were placed on the edge near the dog walk area which provided easy access for taking the dogs out. The park is located near C-470 highway and Colfax Avenue, which are both busy. However, our site was perfectly situated to receive minimal noise. This location is actually pretty central to the Denver metro area. There is easy access to points north, west, east and south. The club house was updated and clean. The laundry was very clean as were the bathrooms. The hot tub was still open and made for a nice treat to relax. For the active types, this park is very close to Green Mountain, Matthew Winters Park and Apex Park. All of which offer some good hiking and mountain biking. Be advised however, that Apex Park can be very busy on the weekend. It is possible to ride your road bike from the park and be on the C-470 bike path in a couple miles. This is definitely one of the better parks we've stayed in and will stay here again.