We stayed here for 3 nights because that's what you can stay with the Passport America rate of $11. Full hookup gravel-ish sites with the exception of cable. Your antenna won't pull any channels either. They do have toilets, showers, and one washer and one dryer. We stayed here while visiting the NuWa factory in Chanute, which is about 20 miles away. This park has sewer so that is why we stayed here instead of in Chanute. We would stay here again if in the area as long as they are still a Passport America park.
Good location and nicely laid out park. Everything is well maintained. Restrooms, showers, and laundry room are cleaned and stocked with supplies. Full hook-up sites that are gravel and ours was level. No cable, but your antenna will pull in the local channels. It was priced right and a nice stay so we would come back again in the future.
Like everyone else mentioned, this park is over priced. Not all of the sites are level. They are gravel-ish. The hook ups at some of the sites are very strange. The driver side will have the electric, sewer, cable, but then you have to run your water hose under your RV because the hook up is on the passenger side. Also worth noting is the fact that the sewer drop is very high. Why don't RV parks understand that water doesn't run UPHILL? The restrooms and the rest of the facilities are clean. We would not come back here. It is too pricey for us.
This park is not worth the $45. It should be about $30. The park is associated with the Hilton which is right above it. It's a nicely laid out park with the pull throughs in the middle of the park. The pull throughs are gravel with a concrete patio, full hookups, 30/50amp service and cable. These sites easily accommodate big rigs. Not all sites are level and we asked to be moved because we did not feel like pulling up onto 3" boards to level our trailer. We stayed here 2 nights just to explore the area. Don't think we would come back to this park or the area.
Nightly rate is Passport America. They also offer a pay for 2 nights at full price ($54) and get the 3rd night for free. Plus, they are also a Good Sam park so you can get that discount instead. The sites are concrete and long. I disagree with a previous reviewer about the hook ups being all the way to the back of the site. They are more than halfway to the back, yes but then you can choose to park either at the front end or the back end. Nothing you don't find at any other RV park. The facilities are nicely maintained, cleaned and well stocked. You do have to purchase a laundry card to use the laundry machines. At this time, it is $1.25 to wash and $1.00 (for 45 minutes) to dry. The only negative I can say is that the space between the sites needs to be filled with gravel or fill it full of mulch so when it rains it is not mud puddles when you are hooking or unhooking your RV. That space is currently full of plants and 2 small trees, but it is a step down off of the concrete and it does puddle up after a rain. We would definitely come back. There is plenty to do in this area because you are between Stockton and Sacramento.
The rate is based upon a weekly stay. Overall it is a nicely layer out RV park. Train noise is loud during the day, but I never heard it late at night. The lower restroom is only one self contained room per gender. The upper restroom has more facilities. My biggest complaint is the park's electric. We have a digital display inside of our unit. Be warned that the park's voltage is low. I turned off the electric to the refrigerator, so with just the hot water heater running on electric plus only the trailer with the lights I frequently see 107/108VAC. THIS IS RIDICULOUS. There will be times it will jump up to 111VAC, but I have never seen it higher than that. I am plugged into the 50amp service. So, for this reason alone I will not return to this park. Low voltage is dangerous to RV's and I can not understand why RV Parks do not have enough power to keep this from happening.
On the pricey side, but it is a nice park. Only complaint is the length of the sites because we had to park our truck in their parking lot. They do provide ample parking spaces for those that can not fit in their site. Everything is well groomed and maintained. Restrooms and laundry are clean and well stocked. Nice exercise room as well. Make sure you go to the Pioneer Museum. It is only open Thurs-Sun from 1-4p.m. It is free admission and once you get inside you will not believe how big it is and how much they have in it. Really worth the time! We stayed here for 4 nights and would stay here again.
We have stayed here before while in the area. This time we stayed for 4 nights and explored the area. Sites are gravel and full hookups with cable and wifi. Nice place for being out on I-40. Far enough from the truck stop on I-40 that the noise is not an issue. Huge laundry and the bathrooms are individual rooms with everything inside each room. Very friendly people and they have a well stocked little market as well. Propane is available on site as well.
It's a good overnight RV park, but I don't know that I would stay longer. They charge $3 extra for 50 amp service which is included in my $30 rate. Small family owned park on dirt, but there was a concrete patio to step out on. Friendly guys that run the place. Wifi and TV are available. We had a full hookup pull through site and we fit just fine.
Great RV park for your Bakersfield stay. Roads are paved so the dust is kept down. RV sites are gravel/dirt. The sites are long and wide enough. The restrooms and laundry are clean and well stocked. The people are very friendly. You get really good fresh daily donuts. Not grocery store donuts, but fresh from a bakery. Best continental breakfast donuts EVER. They also provide orange picking sticks for picking the oranges out of their trees. If the trees are picked clean, there is a packing house within walking distance of the RV park to get your fresh oranges.
We only stayed one night, but the gravel pull throughs were really long and wide. It is definitely a snow bird place, but they have sites for others. They have their own sewer treatment so when you are walking around the park and get close to that building you can smell it. That building is not close to the overnight area and we never smelled it until we walked by it. Restrooms and showers and laundry facilities were all clean and well stocked. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
We stayed here for 10 nights. It is expensive (in our opinion), but the San Diego area itself is expensive. Very quiet and pristine RV park in a great location. They keep everything clean and manicured. The restrooms and laundry are well stocked. They are close to the trolley line and we used that to ride into downtown San Diego to do sightseeing. Really, the only negative is the price.
Nightly rate reflects a weeks stay. Very nice condo/RV park with all of the amenities. Everything is sparkling clean. This is a top notch park and I would give it a 10 except for the low voltage we were experiencing on lot # 11 during our stay. We have a digital voltage readout meter inside our unit and frequently it would dip down to 106/107 VAC. That would be with just the hot water heater and the refrigerator running. We were plugged in to the 50 amp service. That is just ridiculous for a place like this to have a low voltage situation unless it is just on lot #11? Other than that our stay here was marvelous. Lot #11 is an owned lot and it did not have cable TV which definitely presented a problem. The antenna will pick up TV stations, but would frequently just drop the signal. If you are going to rent a site here, try to get one that has cable.
Nice RV park in town and close to everything. Pull-through sites as well as back-in are available with full hookups. Nice fitness room, laundry, clean and well stocked rest rooms, swimming pool, and hot tub. This is the second time we stayed at this park and will definitely come back when we are in the area again. We stayed here for 4 nights. Try the Black Bear Diner and Pier 49 Pizza with sourdough crust.
We stayed here for 1 week and the nightly rate is pretty steep. The pull through RVers are sandwiched in among the permanent park models. The back in sites are around the perimeter. This is a "stay for the winter" park. There are activities everyday. The facilities are clean and well maintained. Everybody is friendly. The Wi-Fi is horrible in the park. There is cable hook-up.
Everything is neat, groomed, and clean. Restrooms are in 4 different locations through out the park. Restrooms are clean and well stocked with soap and paper towels. There are 2 different laundry locations and the washers/dryers are very reasonably priced. Right now it is $1.00 to wash and 75 cents for 45 min. of drying time. Strong Wi-Fi through out the park. There is no cable hookup, but you can pull digital TV with your antenna. Sites are blacktop and nicely sized. Our only complaint is that the roads that take you to your site can be narrow which makes for tight turns. There is a security shack at the entrance and there is security that patrols the grounds. There isn't a problem, but I think the security keeps it that way! Your can walk over to the Sams Town Casino from this park. Would definitely recommend this park for your Las Vegas stay.
This Good Sam RV park used to be a KOA park. It is in the middle of nothing, close to Fort Stockton. It was just an overnight stay for us. Pull throughs with full hookups, but no cable. Ladies restrooms were clean, individual rooms with full size tub/shower, toilet, sink and were well stocked with soap and paper towels. The woman working in the office was very friendly. There also is a cafe on the grounds, but we did not eat there. This is a good overnight place, but it is certainly not a destination.
This is a nice RV Resort park on the Guadalupe River. We stayed one night and our pull through site was paved with full hookups. If you wanted cable TV that was additional money, so we declined it. Restrooms are very clean with soap and paper towel provided. Nice clubhouse and indoor swimming pool. Everybody was very friendly. My only negative is the hill at the entrance of the resort. Coming out is quite a pull and then because the road is very busy so you have to sit on the hill to wait to pull out. Just thought that hill could have been graded down some when they constructed the entrance. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
We have stayed at this RV park many times. It is the nicest park in Las Cruces, but it is also the most expensive. You used to get a free breakfast with the price, but not anymore. The sites are all level and full hookup including cable. The clubhouse is very nice and that is where all of the facilities are. The clean restrooms are well stocked with soap and paper towel. The clean laundry room is also very nice. Very convenient access to WalMart for your shopping. The reasons I gave this park an 8 rating is because I tested the water with a water quality TDS tester and it came up with a number of 355, which is not harmful but rather high. I have never tested it in our past stays, so maybe the city of Las Cruces just has terrible water. The other reason I rated it an 8 is because the price keeps getting higher and now the breakfast is gone so it is getting hard to justify the price. Don't get me wrong the facilities are a 10 rating and they do a great job of maintaining things. We will most probably stay here again in the future because we come this way in the winter months.
Nice RV Park with nice gravel roads and sites. Full hookups sites with cable. Sites are long and level and they also have picnic table and a fire ring. Well maintained and clean restrooms, laundry, and work out facilities. The train track is close and does make a lot of noise. I only heard one train in the middle of the night during our 3 night stay. This is a nice place to locate yourself to see the sites in the area.
This was just an overnight stay. The price reflects an additional $5 for 50 amp service. Don't feel this park is worth $39 per night and that is with the Good Sam rate. Nice, level, long, gravel pull throughs. There are back in sites as well. Our antenna didn't seem to pull in the channels very well because they kept cutting out from time to time. Too close to the freeway noise. Nice lake to look at. People in the office were very nice.
The only reason I am giving this park an 8 instead of a 9 is because the voltage was low. I have a digital display in my trailer. Right after we pulled in, and the only thing running was the hotwater heater, the voltage was reading 110VAC. I had to turn the hotwater heater to gas before I could turn on the A/C. Maybe because everybody was running the A/C because it was unusually hot? I never saw my digital display higher than 113VAC during our stay. It's a nice RV park with long level sites and full hookups. Restrooms, showers, and laundry are really nice and I would rate those a 10. Well stocked camp store as well. This is the second time we have stayed at this RV park and we most probably will be back here in the future.
This is a Good Sam Park and they rated the restrooms a 9. Don't know how they came up with that high of a number. The restrooms get the job done and are relatively clean, but they are not a 9. There is a train track very close, but there has only been 1 or 2 trains per day for the 4 days that we have stayed here. Gravel roads and level gravel sites. Nice new concrete patio with new big picnic tables. Big rigs will easily fit in the long pull throughs. No cable TV, but the antenna pulls all of the local channels just fine. Laundry is a very nice facility and $1.25 to wash and the same to dry. Be sure to get down to the River Walk in Columbus. Also make the 30 mile drive to Warm Springs to see the FDR Little White House. This is a great location to see the sites in Columbus and surrounding areas.
This is a state park like campground, but I don't think it is an official state park. The newer section right in front of the entrance is definitely where you need to be with a big rig. The next section "L" is not too bad with big rigs either. There are a variety of hookups available depending on which section you are in. Things do get tight in the older sections with the trees and back-in sites. Nice campground and fire pits are provided. Gets pricey starting in April. Laundry is $2 to wash and $2 to dry. Restrooms have soap and paper towels provided and are maintained throughout the day. This is a Passport America park, but only for the first night.
This is a nice RV Park, but it is pricey for what you get! We had full hookups with 50 amp. and cable and even with the Good Sam discount it was $43/night. Restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are all clean. There are pull through sites, back-in sites and all seem to have black top or gravel or grass. Big rigs will do fine in this park. The only negatives are: they need to do some road repair to fill in the big pot holes, and they need to do some extensive tree trimming to keep the limbs from rubbing on the roofs of the RV's or the sides as you are pulling in or out of the sites.
Gravel roads and gravel with a lot of grass in the RV sites. Big rigs have plenty of room. The pull through sites are somewhat unlevel front to back. The front end of the RV needs to be up in the air. Restrooms were clean and well stocked with soap and paper towel. Cheapest laundry I've had on this trip: 75 cents each on the wash and dry! We stayed here 2 nights. It is a quiet park. Would definitely recommend. The fact that you have to do a U-turn when heading south on 61 is not a problem at all. It is a big 4 lane road and the place to do the U-turn is just down from the RV Park.
Very nice large level concrete pads to park on. The rest is gravel. They have a 5 mph speed limit but of course the people that live here don't abide by that, therefore dust does get stirred up. Doesn't appear that the restrooms and laundry get tended to on a daily basis. They are OK, but just not cleaned daily. Restrooms do have soap and paper towel provided. The laundry is the most expensive I've encountered on this trip: $2 to wash and $2 to dry. The park is quiet and located close to eating and shopping area. There is a very nice park just down the street, Bonita Lakes Park, and it has a walking trail around the lake. We stayed here 2 nights, and would return. We were allowed to wash here so we spruced up the truck and trailer. Nice being on the concrete pad so washing doesn't cause a mud bath.
Pretty pricey for what it is. The $21 is half off with Passport America. Gravel everything, so since people don't drive the posted 5 mph then dust gets stirred up. You get a concrete patio with your site, so that is a positive. Gravel sites are either pull through or back-ins. Big Rigs are easily accommodated. Full hook-ups with 50 amps and cable TV. I used my Verizon aircard for internet and it worked just fine. Restrooms are spacious and clean with soap and paper towel provided. Laundry looked fine, but I didn't use that facility. There is highway noise and there is some sort of construction equipment place next door on the south side and the noise from that woke me up at about 7:15 a.m. We stayed here 2 nights, but that is just because we wanted to "sit" a day. However, maybe this wasn't the place to "sit".
Very nice, well maintained RV park. Entrance is blacktopped so that holds the dust down. Long, pull through sites, some are gravel and some are concrete. Full hookups, including cable TV. Restrooms and laundry are in excellent condition, well stocked, and clean. Very friendly and helpful owners. They have a pretty good sized parts section and they give you 10% off. There is major construction on the road that the RV park is on. No problem getting in or out of the park though. We stayed here for a week.
This new RV park is a 10 rating across the board. Wide paved roads, long paved RV sites with full hookups, including cable. Restrooms are individual with sink, toilet, shower, soap, electric hand dryer. Both restrooms and laundry are spotless. Everything is new and nice. We only stayed here one night, but will stay here again when we pass through the area. Highly recommend this park and it is a Passport America park as well.
There are several long paved pull through sites at the entrance to this RV park. Those are usually for RV rally's. The rest of the park is gravel pull throughs as well as grass back ins. The gravel pull through area is just a big huge gravel parking lot. If people would respect the 5m.p.h. speed limit you would not have to suck dust, but of course they don't including the older gentleman that drives his golf cart around. Zoom, zoom! The restrooms are individual with toilet, shower, and sink with paper towels provided. There is no soap, so bring your own. This is definitely an older park, so it is what it is. We stayed here 2 nights. Just feel $29/night is a little much for what it is, but then it is not a Passport America park. There is no cable, but you can pull the major stations in with the antenna.
This is about 10 miles or so from Huntsville. The sites are mostly dirt with some gravel, so dust definitely gets kicked up. The sites are long and level with full hookups including cable. Nice laundry room and recreation center. The restroom has one shower, one toilet, and two sinks. Soap and paper towel are provided as well. The restroom is clean and well stocked.
Sites are long, level, and gravel. This is out in the country so it is quiet. Cable TV was grainy, so we just used the antenna to pull in the digital and HD channels. Bath house has individual restrooms with shower, toilet, and sink with soap (no paper towels or hand dryer). We switched to this RV park while in the area visiting family instead of another park. Much better place to stay here, so this is where we will stay from now on. We stayed here for 9 nights. Very reasonable nightly rate!
Real nice find in the Beaumont area. Passport America member so it was $17.50 for full hookups including cable TV and WiFi. Black top roads and sites. I would rate the individual bathrooms a 10+ because they were nice and clean and well stocked. Laundry room is nice and clean as well. Office has nice comfy furniture and a pot of coffee and some donuts and/or danish. All of the staff is very helpful and friendly. We had problems with our trailer and they told us where to go and who to call to get the problems resolved. We stayed here for 6 nights and when we are in the area again, we will come back here. By the way, you do not hear any traffic from I-10 and don't worry about the train track that is close because only 1 and sometimes 2 trains go by per day, and it is not when you are trying to sleep.
The road getting to the RV park is narrow; we didn't care for that experience. Sites are equal amounts of gravel and dirt. If it would have rained while we were there, then it would have been muddy. Bathrooms and laundry are clean. We stayed here 2 nights.
This is a mobile home community with RV sites. As the mobile homes move out, those sites are being converted into RV sites. The RV sites are nice and big, level concrete pull throughs and back ins. They are all full hook-up sites with cable. There are bathroom facilities available now behind the office, but it is too far to walk to. The owner is currently planning to build a restroom building and laundromat. Laundromat is just across the street from this complex for now. Shopping, restaurants, and movie theater are very close. Best diesel price is at Sam's Club, which is very close, also. The owner is ex-military and very friendly.
The sites where the nightly RV's stay are really grass, not too much gravel is still there. There is a gravel lot with sites, but that seems to be where the long term Rv's are. It's just your average RV park with pull through sites and full hook-ups. No cable, but you can pull in the local channels with the antenna. There are two separate buildings with laundry and bathrooms. Only 1 bathroom per sex per building. It is an all inclusive room with toilet, sink, shower, hand soap, paper towel, even hooks to hang your stuff on. We stayed here 5 nights and it rained while we were here. We did not have any flooding in our site with the rain.
Nice RV park. This is a new addition to Passport America, so don't do like we did and miss out on that discount. Great facilities and nice long concrete pull through sites. Only complaint I have is that it is located close to the airport and the planes are arriving and departing every 5 minutes, or so it seems. The air traffic does seem to stop during the night though. We stayed here a week and thought it was a good location for Jacksonville because it is just north of the outerbelt.
Really nice, new RV park. Concrete and long pull through sites. Nice laundry and bathroom facilities. Individual shower and toilet stalls with soap and hand dryer. We stayed here a week and it was a nice location for the Brunswick area.
We stayed here for a week while sightseeing the Charleston area. Good location for the Charleston area sights, although it is out just a bit. Facilities are clean. We have stayed at this park in the past and still our only complaint are the speed bumps. If all of the bumps were rounded off it would not be so hard on the equipment. It is a long drive back into the park and there are lots of speed bumps, so be prepared.
We stayed here just passing through. This is a Passport America park and it is quite nice. Owners are very friendly and helpful. We will come back and stay longer and explore around the area at some time in the future.
Yes this RV resort is an immaculate and a top rated park, but we really don't understand why it is this expensive. They do not give any membership discounts PLUS you have to pay a nightly $2.50 for cable TV. We have stayed at several top rated RV resorts and this is the most expensive place ever. We won't go back only because of the cost.
Good gravel, long pull through sites. Ladies bathrooms have 2 showers, 2 sinks in the common area and 2 private rooms with toilet and one of the private rooms also has a sink. Soap and paper towels are provided. Good and quiet location with plenty of eating possibilities as well as a grocery store nearby. Owner is very friendly. We would definitely stay here again.