Nice park right off the freeway. There would have been freeway noise but for the fact that Snoqualmie Pass was closed and there were no trucks going anywhere. The spots were level and paved. The Wi-Fi was marginal at best.
A basic park close to the West entrance to Glacier NP. The sites are close and can be a little tricky to get into. We have 4 slides and had to be sure to avoid the trees. We were assigned to a site that we did not really fit in and asked to be assigned to another site. Even though there were several empty sites that were much bigger the staff was not real receptive to make the change. We got the impression that since we were there using a Passport America discount we should take it or leave it. Not sure we would stay there again not because of the park, but the way we were treated.
This park has mostly pull throughs, but they are real narrow. There are some trees but the offer little shade. With the narrow roads and small sites we had to back out of the pull through. Probably would not stay here again.
One of the best State Parks we have ever seen. We stayed in a pull through site on the upper loop. It had a million dollar unobstructed view of the valley. The park is in the shadow of Cheyenne Mountain. (The Norad Site). The only drawback for the Park is that the State charges you an extra $7 per day park usage fee in addition to the camping fee. Your tow vehicle is free, but make sure that is it towed in, or else they will charge you the $7 for it also.
I agree with the previous poster as to the park getting to be a little run down due to mismanagement. This park could be one of the premier parks of Santa Fe if they would just do a little cleaning up and maintenance. The sites are large and level but the managers are letting them revert back to the desert. The weeds are getting overgrown and you can not walk beside your rig without getting into the stickers. We also had an ant infestation inside the rig. While we were here, there were plenty of empty sites but the people in the office parked everyone in the same row side by side of each other instead of spreading the rigs out and leaving space in between rigs. For the money we expected a lot more. The pictures on their web site must have been taken several years ago when the owners cared about their place. They do not reflect the run down state of the park today. If we ever go back to Santa Fe again we will probably find another place to stay.
The one word that can be used to describe this park is "tired". But then again the whole town of Holbrook is tired. That being said this park is great for an overnight stay. The sites are large and level. You share a power pole with the next rig but the sites are very long so you do not have to look into the neighbor's windows. Would stay here again for a night or two.
For being right in the middle of town this park is a gem. It is quiet and clean. It has one of the cleanest laundry and shower facilities that I have ever seen. We had a back in site that was big enough for our 35 foot motor home with 4 slides. The owners 45 footer was parked in the space beside ours. The owner and the park staff were the very friendly and helpful. They treated you like they have known you for years. While we were there the park even hosted a fried chicken pot luck for the park guests. Would not hesitate to stay there again. The rate reflects a weekly rate
This is probably the best RV park in Monticello. It is a small, older park. The sites are gravel and fairly level with some trees. The sites are fairly close together and share a power pole. If you and the person next to you have slides you may be only a few feet away from each other. Finding someone in the office is not an easy task. With that said it is really not that bad of place to stay. We would do it again if we were in this area.
Newer park in Moab. The management is friendly and cares about their guests. We stayed in the RV area not the "Resort" area. The sites have a gravel pad with a cement table area. The WI-FI worked good but the cable was not the best. Friday the Management had live music. The good thing was that the trees were small so the satellite had great reception. Tthe bad thing was the trees were small so they offered little shade. Over all a very pleasant stay and would stay here again.
Nice small park in the middle of town. We used it as a base camp to explore the gold spike historic area. The park is very tight for bigger rigs. Most of the sites are gravel with a few being paved. The roads and the sites are narrow with big trees to maneuver around. There were a lot of full time and long term "contractors" there which made the place look a little trashy around the edges. There were a few irresponsible dog owners there that let their dogs bark for long periods. We would probably not stay there again.
This was our second stay at this park. Overall it is a nice facility but a little more run down since the last time we stayed there four years ago. The sites are big enough for the larger rigs, mostly 30 amp service, and some 50 for an extra charge. The only minus for the park itself is no cable TV. Wi-Fi is available and the response was okay. We would stay there again.
Very nice park with long sites but not the widest we have ever seen. Anacortes is a nice town with ferry access to the San Juan Islands. Walk on round trip senior fair to Friday Harbor was only $6. The nightly rate is the winter rate.
This is a wonderful park. The sites are huge, paved and level. We were in site 114 that had cable and telephone hookups. The cable was good but didn't need the phone (everyone has cell phones now). The Wi-Fi was a little spotty. The office said that they were having problems with the Yakama Nation Internet provider. When it did work it was fast. We will stay here again if we are in the area. The price reflect group and Good Sam discounts.
Excellent park. Nice big spaces and a very friendly staff. It is right on the lake and is very quiet. The only reason it doesn't rate a 10 is the sites are not paved. We are looking forward to staying there again.
This is a typical TT campground. Close to the river and no extra frills. The biggest problem that we saw was that the Spa was dirty. There was so much sand in the bottom of the spa you felt like you were on the beach. The Swimming pool was so murky that you could not see the bottom of the pool. We didn't have any problem finding a nice site but if they keep selling off the prime sites there sill not be any good sites for us long time members.
This is a Thousand Trails park that is showing its age. The sites are gravel pads and the internal roads are very rough with a lot of pot holes and the sharp turns are not big rig friendly. TT has changes their policy and has started leasing/selling many of the prime sites to the public which leaves us longtime members in the not so prime locations. The long term residents also have a tendency to leave their sites looking very cluttered and junky. There is no Verizon coverage in the park. On the plus side the staff was friendly and it is in a great location to go exploring the California Gold country.
This is another of Mesa's Mega parks. It caters mostly to the Snowbirds but we stayed there after most of the Snowbirds had left. The staff was very friendly and we were led to our site by one of the security people. The site was in with the park models but it was large level and had cable. The Wi-Fi was excellent and the the park was very clean. Being that it is a Snowbird park it has lots of amenities, Pool, Showers, Laundry, etc, They were all clean and well kept. We would definitely stay there again. The nightly rate is their summer rate which is the same as the Camp Club USA rate.
This is a nice clean little park. The sites are on gravel but they are level and large enough the accommodate big rigs. The laundry facilities are large and clean. The Wi-Fi coverage is good but costs $6.00 for two days. There is no shade but after all you are in Arizona. The park is a little out of town but close to shopping and away from all the lake noise and traffic. The airport is close by but there was no Airport noise. We would stay there again. The nightly rate reflects a Camp Club USA discount.
Very nice, newer park (5 years old). The park itself has few amenities but the RVers have access to the hotel amenities. Very friendly and helpful staff. Since the park is new, it is very big rig friendly. The train tracks are very close but the train noise is not an issue. We used the Camp Club Discount.
This is a great park. A little out of the way but not bad. Makes a great base camp for exploring the area and Tombstone. The staff was friendly and helpful. We had cable TV at our site and the WiFi was excellent. The only reason this park did not get a 10 rating was that there was a dog barking across the street that barked 24 hours a day. However the park has no control over that. Would stay here again. The night rate is CampClubUSA.
Very nice smaller park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We almost had the park to ourself since most of the Snowbirds had already left for cooler places. Would definitely stay here again. The rate reflects a CampClubUSA discount.
Another typical Thousand Trails park. This one is showing it's age. The WIFI was non existant even in the activity center. When we were there the pool was closed. The sites are parking lot style and very tight. You may have to have some of the neighbor campers move their toads in order to swing into your space. On the plus side the park is very close to all of the Casino action.
What a gem! This is one of the nicest parks that we have ever stayed in. We had a spot right on the lake. Large level paved sites. The lake has some big fish in it and no fishing license is required. The reason this does not deserve a 10 rating: there is no cable TV and there is a charge for the WiFi. The price reflects the CampClubUSA discount.
This is out favorite park in Bakersfield. The staff is very friendly and the sites are large and big rig friendly. We really appreciate the ability to wash the rig. Will stay there the next time we are in Bakersfield.
Nice, Typical Thousand Trails Resort. The sites are long, wide and flat. The WIFI is only available at the lodge. We didn't wake up with the crows or the chickens, but with the gobble of the wild turkeys that wandered around the park in the morning.
What a gem. The campground is on the Russian River, however the campsites are not. But that doesn't really matter. All the sites are paved and flat for the most part. Satellite coverage is only available in certain sites and WiFi is only available at the lodge. Overall the campground is one of the better Thousand Trails that we have stayed in. Looking forward to staying here again.
If you are looking for a 5 star resort, this is not the place. However, if you are looking for a nice friendly, clean place to stay: this is definitely the place to be. We stayed here using the Camp Club USA discount. The staff went out of their way to be helpful and friendly. They even had chickens in the park and gave us fresh eggs everyday. The sites could be a little tight for big rigs, but I wouldn't let that stop you. It is a great spot for visiting the redwoods and Crescent City. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here as an overnight stop on the way South. The staff were friendly but the overall park was somewhat lacking. Most of the park was closed for maintenance and the sites that were open were not real big rig friendly. There are lots of trees so the satellite receiver was out of the question. However our site did have Cable TV for an extra $2.50 per night. Even though we are Thousand Trail members we will probably not stay there again.
We stayed at the South area with the 30 amp and Cable. The North area has 50 amp and is closer to the Pool, and Family area. The Park is well maintained and the facilities are very clean. Without an amplifier the wifi was not usable. The rating would have been higher if not for the check in gate. There is only one lane at the gate which can be a long line at times. We will stay here again when in the area.