Sites are small and close together. Terraced hills so that helps a little. No freeway noise. Good wi-fi. Cable was ok, we also used our satellite. Staff very helpful and friendly. Clean and well kept up. Very close to Costco, Target, Fry's and Camping World. Stayed here almost a week visiting the area. Would stay here again if we were passing through.
Since this is the only game near Seattle, they have the market cornered. We stayed for a month and got a better rate, lots of problems with that though. Older KOA park, sites close together, no place to park your truck if you have a longer rig. Wi-fi was excellent and free. Very near a very busy road and the noise is very loud! We also heard trains, and planes. Trucks roaring by at all hours of the day and night. Be prepared if you are a light sleeper. Good laundry facilities and a free newspaper every morning. The staff was friendly, though not real knowledgeable. About 1/4 of the park is long term residents and some in older rigs. You really have no other choice close to Seattle. Not sure we would stay here again due to the cost. We got lots of the famous Seattle rain!!!
Well laid out park. I agree with the large sites and concrete patio's. No grass except around the perimeter. Cable does not include networks, so must use the antenna to receive those. Wi-fi worked great for us. While we were here, the wind was very gusty. Had some "cow odor" too, but didn't seem to last very long and wasn't too bad. The free laundry was a real bonus!! Machines were clean and worked great. There are laundry facilities all around the campground. Even though the park is close to the freeway, we didn't notice any freeway noise. You are about 6 miles west of the city, so have to drive a little to find restaurants and the requisite Wal-mart. We would definitely stay here again. Folks were very friendly and helpful.
If you want a campground with trees and away from the hassle of the downtown area, this one is for you. It is about a 5 minute drive to the shows, and the road was fine for us. A little hard to find the first time, but well worth it. Sites are level and there is ample space between the sites. Large clean laundry room. We loved it here and would definitely stay here again. If you want trees and some privacy, ask for the A or B sites. Cable TV and Wi-fi was great and free!
We stayed here on a two night stop to see the Clinton Library. We felt it was an ok stay. Maybe a bit overpriced, but the office was clean, and the laundry was great! The gate worked fine for us and we were given a code. Sites were fairly level and we had a pull through. We were there right after a torrential downpour, so it was pretty muddy. That was not the fault of the owners, who were very friendly and helpful. Wi-fi worked great and was free! Easy drive to downtown and near a new super Wal-mart. We would stay here again.
Yvonne and Tony were wonderful, and really did try to meet your needs. We had a great campfire one night and even homebaked chocolate chip cookies. They are in the process of upgrading the park and building decks and purchasing picnic tables. The only downside is that the sites are somewhat close together and they are all back in's. Not a problem for us. We really enjoyed our stay there, even if it was for only 2 days. Very quiet at night. Would definitely camp here again and would recommend it to others.
This park was great for a winter stop. I am sure in the summer it is packed. We had a river view back in site. They have a 50% off coupon on their website, so used that. Were told that the premium sites were going up to $40 per night in the spring. Wi-fi did not work well at all. Very weak signal no matter where you were in the park. Manager's were aware of it and did not attempt to use it at all. Cabins were cute and so were the treehouses. Very quiet and cozy park. Spent an enjoyable Christmas here. Great place to see San Antonio and Austin from. It was about halfway between. Nearest grocery and shopping was about a 15 or 20 minute drive away. We loved it.. Would stay there again.
If you are looking for a "resort" type of park, then this one is not for you. Sites were kind of close, level and grassy. Full hook-ups and Wi-fi was available for $2 per day. They have two antenna's so signal is strong. Laundry was clean, but not many machines. They are no longer a Passport America park. Close to downtown, and the Bush Library and Texas A&M. Many semi-permanent residents here. Would stay again.
If you are looking for amenities, then this park is not for you. It's basically a field with hookups. Sites are large, but next to the road. Road noise all night. Owner not your typical RV park owner, somewhat reserved and not chatty. We would stay here again, but only for an overnight stop. Good value for what we got. Where can you find a full hookup site with free internet for only $9 on Passport America?
Pull thru sites, not as close together as some parks we have stayed in. We felt it was a good park in which to tour the Caverns. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Sites are dirt with some trees. The sites are pretty level. Our 36' fifth wheel with three slides fit ok. Cable TV was very snowy, so we set up the satellite. Free Wi-fi was a bonus. We would stay here again, for a short stay. Good for the price.
We felt this was a good state park. We paid $14 per night for electric and water only. If you choose a sewer site, it is $18. Self pay station and there is a dump station available. Be aware that there are some "reservation" sites. You are allowed to stay in these sites for one night only and then if you do not have a reservation for additional nights, you will be asked to move. They are very firm about this. No matter if this site is empty for the next 6 nights. They ask you to call an 800 number and then they charge an additional $10 reservation fee. While we were there in December there were only 3 other campers and the host. We did notice a slight smell coming from the lake, but only first thing in the morning and it was not bad. Roswell is about 20 minutes from the park, but it is an easy drive. We would camp here again.
Owner was very attentive and willing to please. Road noise was noticeable, and we had no sewer hookups in the new area. Dump station is available. Clubhouse is open and available for a donation. Be aware that if you are camping here in the summer or winter, you are alloted 20 kwh per day of electricity. There are meters on each site. Owner will check and you will be charged if you go over the alloted amount. It doesn't amount to much money, but something to be aware of. Level sites, but can be muddy in the rain. Great short stay park. We would stay here again.
Long dirt road, but very well maintained. RV park is very well laid out and sites are pretty level. Lots of cactus and birds roaming around. Well marked trails for walking and some ATV trails also. Laundry facilities are clean and new. Owners very friendly and clubhouse has large library of books and video's and DVD's to rent. Limited cell phone service, but Wi-Fi is available for $1 per night. Would definitely stay here again.