This RV park is a gravel parking lot with hookups on the edges. There is a nice stream the runs by it. The internet never worked and when the camp hosts were told they did not seem to care. The trash bins are not within the RV park. You have to walk out of the park to throw away trash. Red River the town is really nice. It is in a beautiful valley.
I really like this campground. Very clean overall. There is a nice dog area. The Wi-Fi is pretty good. Very friendly manager. Access for big rigs is good. Easy to pull in spots. Monthly rate in September is $440.
This is a good park for RVs 30 feet or less. It is not good for big rigs. The 4 sites reserved for big rigs have trees that have not been trimmed. To get your motor home into the site branches scrape the motor home. The scenery is good. If you want beer you must bring it with you. Monument Valley and associated businesses are on Navajo land. There are no sales of alcohol on Navajo land.
This RV park is divided into the "Campground' and 'Resort." Both are nice. The Campground section is $39 per night. The campground sites are gravel but adequate size. The Resort sites are concrete and very large. Otherwise there is not much difference between the "campground" and the "resort." Wireless internet is good. The park is well maintained with nice landscaping. Downtown Moab is close as is the Colorado River. All sites are easily accessible for big rigs.
Great attractive RV park. Host is very helpful and actually gave us an itinerary for visiting the Astoria area. Sites are big and easy for big rig to get in and out of. Large area to walk dogs. Sets on a small golf course producing a nice view. Astoria is a fascinating city.
The location is great, but that is all I can say that is good about this RV park. The sites are small and not level. It is dusty. The RV park also has a gas station that overcharges. Gasoline is fifty cents more than near by towns. Mosquitoes are very bad. This is a very over priced RV park.
This is not a big rig friendly park. Many of the 50 amp sites are impossible to get a big rig into. There are intentional barriers placed in spots that protect the grass but make RV driving hazardous. It seems KOAs are more interested in protecting their grass than doing harm to your RV. I have seen this now a several KOAs, and I am now avoiding them all.
This is a nice small park. It seems new. The RV park hosts are great. Friendly place. Well worth the rate charged. The internet speed is the best. There is DSL at each site. I highly recommend this RV park. The number of television channels offered by cable is the largest I have seen.