This is a fairgrounds that has installed full hookup campsites. The sites are dirt but level. We called ahead and was told to just pull in and pick a site. It wasn't long after pulling in a guy came around and collected the $20.00 fee. We used our antenna and were able to pull in several stations without difficulty. For a place to spend the night we would stay here again.
We spent Jan. and Feb. here at this park and found it to be a very nice park. The owner has dumped lots of money into it in the last couple years. We especially liked the 2 pickleball courts and were told there was to be additional courts added this summer. The staff were very friendly and registration was a piece of cake. The normal activities are available for socialization with other snow birds. The heated pools and area are very nice. The showers are very clean as were the grounds. The only negative with this park is the wifi. We were told that the reason the connection was so poor was because campers using their Verizon hot spots interfered with the park wifi. I would have given this park a 10 if this wifi issue weren't so bad. Regardless, we would return to this park.
We called ahead to make reservations as we saw this campground in the Good Sam Member book only to be told they are not a Good Sam campground. The campground is very close to the highway (SR 63) and road noise is loud. As we tried to hook up to water we saw the water line shut off valve was buried under dirt. The manager did dig up the valve but you could tell the water line had not been flushed in quite some time so we opted not to utilize the water in the park. The sewer did not have a cap on it. The owners admitted they purchased this park 6 years ago but have not done much to the water line issues. We stayed here as we needed a quick overnight stop but we won't be returning here. The wifi did work at our site and was included in the $30.00 price.
This is an old mobile home park that is now taking in RV's. The park is small and run down. Our rate was the weekly rate. Our campsite was just inside the entrance to the park and the road noise was loud especially since their was a motorcycle bar up the road from the campground. The owner was very friendly and tries to do a good job with the landscaping but I did not feel she paid much attention to the looks of the rest of the park. The laundry room was very dusty and dirty. There is no cable hook. The sites are rather tight for big campers like ours. It would be an okay park for an overnight but we don't plan on staying for an extended period of time in the future.
We stayed here for one night in order to see Monument Valley. The campground is in a canyon with red rock all around making it very beautiful. We called ahead to make reservation and it literally took a half hour on the phone with the staff person. He continued to make errors with getting our credit card number down correctly. When we arrived their computers were down so we had to make another trip into the office later to pay for the campsite. Other than that, the stay was very pleasant. On another note, I would recommend you taking a tour of Monument Valley by one of the reservation guides. We tried to save money and drive the valley on our own only to find the road through the valley is in very, very bad shape.
We stayed here for a couple nights while we checked out the city of Grand Junction. The staff were very friendly and registration was very easy. The campsites were gravel and very level with lots of space between campsites. Each campsite has its own picnic table. Our nightly rate was the PA rate. The cable hook up did not include the local stations so we ended up using our antenna and that worked great. The WiFi in the park worked very well. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground has full hook up. However, due to the winter weather, their water has not been turned on when we visited. The owners are very friendly and enjoy visiting with guests if time allows. We happened to pull in on opening day (April 15) so we enjoyed the friendliness and time they took giving us ideas of sites to see in the area. Campsites are gravel but fairly level and space between campsites adequate. They are continually adding more and more to the campground. The WiFi worked well; however, they have no cable hook ups. We were told that is on the agenda to add soon. Because this campground is up in the mountains Verizon phone service was minimal. Our RV antenna would not bring in any TV stations either. We stayed here for two nights but hope to return during the summer when it is a bit warmer outside. If you like specialty coffee you will enjoy the expresso machine as well as many favorite specialty coffee types they offer to guests.