The good; Very clean, well maintained fairly quiet some nice views and friendly people. Every site is paved with with parking beside your rig. Water pressure was a tad low at 30 PSI, power was solid never got an error code. The not so good; While clean and paved the park has an almost sterile feel to it. Sites are very narrow and our 40' 5th wheel barely fit lengthwise and some longer 43-45' rigs barely and I do mean barely fit. The site all slope downward some more than others and due to the length of our rig we used every foot of hose and elevated it to get a good drain. Not a big deal but if you have a long rig with a mid-point drain, you'll need to elevate the hose and plan on a 25' run give or take. The bad; This place is NOT pet friendly in any way, shape or form. Yes you can have pets and there but, there is no pet run (other than a poop pit) and the tar would be murder on there feet. There is a very large dog park a couple of miles away though. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. $238.00 / 7 days. We would stay again.
Great place for an overnight stop. Manager escorted us to our site and put us in one that was easy to get out of the next day. Free Wi-Fi, power was solid. Did not use water, so no idea on pressure. We'll stay again.
Rate is based on monthly. WOW! This is one nice park! Clean, neat, friendly, free cable, Wi-Fi and ice. When we first arrived, I had an open ground error on my EMS. Within 1/2 hr the CB and plug were changed and we were good to go. Grass is green, cut and trimmed every week. There is just nothing negative to say.
This park has fell on some very hard times. We've stayed here many times in the last three years and is our "home" park. The place is just run down. No effort to rake or grade sites, no effort toward any landscaping and the area around the club house is a mess. The new reservation system is confusing and if you are planning to reserve for three months, you pay for the first month and $100.00 for each of the next two months. Used to be, you came home, stayed as long as you wanted, squared up at the end of each month and left when you pleased. Not now, you have to plan your stay.. so much for being "home". We'll stay here again, but for now, we are in New Caney Tx.
Pet friendly? NO! If you have dogs you cannot walk them! You have to drive down by the dumpsters in a 100' x 50' grassy area so they get no exercise. You need a $10.00 (refundable) access key to get in and out of the park. Problem was, it wasn't mentioned at check in. Would've been nice to know before we left for lunch and had to wave down someone to get back in. This also makes your departure linked to the office hours if you want your $10.00 back. Gated security in a rural area? Sites are gravel and not totally level; not bad but could use some dragging. Grounds are well kept, and it is a very nice park in that sense. Water pressure is just under 40 psi. Power is solid, but our 50 amp receptacle was cracked. EMS didn't go off line so it was still functional. Hook ups are nicely positioned, and our site was pretty large (#151). The WiFi was a no show; so slow it was useless. We would stay here again if they allow dog walking and get rid of the gates.
This FamCamp is an embarrassment to the AF and the issues need to be addressed ASAP. Sites need leveling and graveled. The power needs to be upgraded desperately as does the sewer. The 30 amp is very old and there is no 50 amp. The sewer connections are very low, some beneath grade, and they are at the very rear of the site. The roads are a mess, potholed, mud, and very little gravel. There are puddles that form long enough for the mosquitoes to hatch. The solution - Scrape a little trench across the road. The managers are very nice people but do not seem to have the motivation to make improvements. Another major issue is the number of homesteaders here. Some rigs have been here long enough that leveling blocks are sunken in. The laundry is $2.50 a load and the machines are old. The most redeeming quality of this park is it's cost and location. You're close to DC and the Metro is only a few minutes away.
Owners are good folk and it is a very family friendly park. Although probably 50% of the sites are taken by long term residents, all of them were friendly and outgoing. The small general store is pretty well stocked and there is actually a beauty shop! They sell Hershey ice cream and it's a popular hot spot for the locals. (the ice cream is great btw). Although we had some very heavy rain, the gravel is thick enough that there were only a few mud holes. Other reviews noted that the water is very high in iron and sulfur, so we filled the fresh water tank before we arrived. The sites can be tight for long rigs. We were able to get our 40' into a spot though. The Wi-Fi signal is iffy and drops frequently so we used our Verizon connection. It's hard to say negative things about this place. Yes, it needs work. Yes, the water is terrible. The sites can be tight, but it is a very friendly park and that counts for a lot.
There are so many RV parks that throw around the "resort" name and in our experience not many are even close to what we think is resort. In our opinion, this place is a resort. Well laid out, level concrete pads, smooth roads, superb landscaping, free breakfast, nice looking pool and the laundry is excellent. The staff is friendly and efficient and check in was a breeze. We rarely use reservations but in this case, it's a good idea because this place is constantly at least 80% full, They have your reservation at the counter along with the WiFi codes and a motel style entry card for the pool, laundry, etc. There are two things that knocked the rating down from a 9-10 rating. First, the voltage is very high on the L2 side of the 50 amp connection, L1 was at 113-122 while L2 floated at 126-133. High enough that my EMS disconnected L2. Second, the water pressure is very low, so much so we use the pump to get enough pressure for a shower. Fix those two things and you have a 10 imho.
The pads are the most level I've seen in ten years. Water pressure is not high enough, about 35 psi. Electric was solid and L1-L2 voltage was very close to each other. Plug was in good shape. Cable is solid but, only a couple of HD channels. The owner is polite enough, but difficult to engage in conversation. The other comments about noise are correct. Like most, we've stayed in a lot of parks near freeways, railroads and even under the approach end of an air base. But, for some reason the freeway noise is LOUD! Probably due to heavy truck traffic 24 / 7. Knew it going in so you cannot knock it. The pet walk is small and clean, but watch your dogs closely as the bushes near it are prime rattler areas. A lot of semi permanent residents, but all of them were kept up and very neat. We'd stay again anytime we're in the area.
Nice park and a great time to be here with the cooler weather and the changing leaves. The sites are not level and need to be dragged and gravel covered again. Water pressure good at right at 60 PSI, so use a regulator. Power was solid. Easy to get locals via antenna and sat shots are easy. Nice pet walk, some really nice trails to walk, lots of grass and the grounds are well tended. Small creek runs at the end of the parks and overall, a great place to just wander around. One sad note is that like Rainbows End, there are no social activities except a small social hour and Sunday night Ice cream social.
We been SKP's for several years and visited the home park often. Rainbows end has been going downhill since we began coming here. Site are no longer maintained well. They haven't dragged them or even attempted to level or add enough gravel to keep you above the mud since at least 2011. The power is no longer solid and the water pressure varies far to much. The showers and restrooms were presentable but no longer as clean as in the past. There were activities every day including a social hour. The only ones attending the social hour are the residents and a few members. No potluck, no Wednesday lunch but, the ice cream social is still going but again, only the residents and a few members attend. This is supposed to be the "Crown Jewell" of the club with tours etc. Were we considering joining now, we might of considered going another route. I discussed these issues with both residents, former and current volunteer / work campers and they all point to the current "directors" of the park side of the club. It's a shame, a great club being run into the ground by poor management
10 bucks gets you a site with full hook ups and free Wi-Fi really? Yes. You pay $10, select a site and get free (pretty fast) Wi-Fi, power, good water and sewer. Our site was spot on left to right. The roads are not paved and there are a lot of work campers. Park was very quiet and only an occasional train going by. Basic, no frills, great place to stay when passing through. Will definitely stay again.
There is just nothing negative to say! What a hidden gem. It would be nice to this park listed or linked to Little Rock as it doesn't show up very easily. Staff is friendly, WiFi is fast and free, power is solid, our site was very level left to right. Beautiful view of the river and downtown Little Rock. The is a museum with the USS Razorback submarine and a lot of artifacts. Sub tour was great. The Clinton library is a walk across a bridge. Easy access from I-30, IF you use the physical address and NOT the GPS database. This is a city owned park and runs very smoothly. We will stop anytime we travel through the area.
A no frills park for sure. Great, friendly managers. Site was tolerably level and power was solid and water pressure adjusted out to 50 psi. Nice to have decent pressure. Some noise from I-20 and the sweet music of C130's and Bones (B1's) flying patterns into Dyess AFB just South of the park. It is a fair price for what you get. Some reviewers seem to think $25.00 should get you a resort with valet parking. I loved the sound of freedom flying by, and if you don't want noise of any type don't stay.
Want a winning formula on how to make money with an RV park? Take 20 acres, install utilities, level and add gravel. We've stayed here twice and it is convenient to the freeway and fills up at night. At $33 a pop, and 50-100 rigs every night, it is a winning formula. There is just nothing very bad or good to say. Good location, solid utilities, barren and featureless. Since last year, the pet area is full of weeds and the tent area is nothing more than a sticker patch.
The nicest thing about this park is that it is on the honor system. You select a site and then go pay in the box. Great place for an overnight stop. Quiet area and very quiet. Site was very level. Power receptacle was old and and needs replacing. Water pressure is a bit high so use a regulator. When we head back to Oregon, we'll stay here again.
There is a saying that KOA really means "Keep On A going." If you have any real choice do so. Unfortunately if you are tired and need to stop and you are in Limon, KOA is the only choice. Site is level, power is good and water pressure is low at 30 psi. The real issue is the lack of grounds maintenance. The pool is empty and looks to have been for awhile. The grass is either dead or dying and weeds galore. Pet walk? NOT. Frankly, the manager was not overly friendly and smelled like old cigarettes. He took the money, handed us a sheet with the spot marked and headed back to his trailer. It is just one of those places that has no curb appeal and even less effort to make your stay a good experience. I would have gone with a lower rating but since the sites level and the utilities are good. I don't care if we have to park at the Flying-J down the road, we will NOT stay here again.
I believe there was an ownership / name change. Good location on the green belt / Boise river. Friendly staff, clean sites but an odd old style layout. Water pressure was a bit low at 35 psi, power was solid, sites were level but ours was in the section where you had to disconnect. There was room to park next to the site. We did look into the laundry and it was very clean and quite a few washers and dryers. A nice place to stay while in Boise and fishing is a short walk away. We will stay here again when we return in 2012.
Good place for an overnight or a stay at the casino. No shade, out of town a couple of miles, close to the freeway. Good water pressure, power was solid, sites very level, roads are very good. We would stay again
First, when you get to the road SLOW DOWN! Very rough road, narrow and lot's of pot holes. We really like this park. We sit and look out at Netart's bay. This is an older park and there are some things needing updates. However, the nice views, friendly staff and great access to Tillamook and other attractions and the beaches far out weigh the downsides.. We will stay here any time we get back this way.
Very hard to rate this park. First the good stuff; Power is solid, water pressure good, site fairly level, abundant grass. We paid for a week and still were charged $37.00 a day. If we wanted Wi-Fi & cable add $1.50 each. I had called and made a reservation for a week. When we arrived the back in spot was too tight for me to even try to get into. The manager was nice enough to move us to another spot. The caveat being that this site was reserved on what would be our last day and if we wanted to stay, we would need to move. The manager repeatedly said that all sites were booked yet many sites remained open our entire stay. When we opted to leave instead of relocate to another spot the manager blurted out "no refunds"... We knew that already but it was indicative of the managements. Additionally, there are far too many permanent residents giving the park that run down look. The website claims walking distance to the beach just across 101? Not. You can walk, but be prepared for well over 1/4 mile stroll. This is an odd park for certain. We will not stay again.
Rate is based on a week's stay. Nice place, clean and well laid out. Water pressure good, power checks clean. Gravel sites and ours was a bit too out of level left to right. We needed a row of blocks. Managers are great folks. We are enjoying our stay and we'll stay again for sure.
Nice park but as others have said, it is tight maneuvering. Level pads, sites are a bit small. Nice location with easy access to the city. Water pressure is good, power is clean. The park is pet friendly, sort of. The manager is not a real dog lover and is a bit of a grass "nazi". My brother in law lives here and has witnessed rants over departed guests "ruining" the grass. He is a nice guy but a bit obsessed with the grass. We'll stay here again any time we are in Boise.
Another very nice Famcamp. Sites are very large with concrete pads for your rig. Our site's pad was a little off with the right side about 1" low left to right, and front to rear was spot on. Water pressure is high so use a regulator. The Famcamp has many activities available including boat rentals.
Very friendly manager. For $30.00 you get full hook ups (50 amp) and cable. Power was clean and water pressure was good. Our site had one of most level sites we've ever stayed at. Good sized concrete pads with a nice picnic table that has a BBQ rack on the end. That is a good idea since the table and bench are PVC. The sites are close but our slides cleared just fine. We'll stay here anytime we are looking to visit aliens. If you are staying in the area, be sure to take a drive to the old Walker AFB.
Rate reflects Escapees discount. Very nice place and we are backed up to a field of soy beans with a great view and plenty of shade. Power is three to a pedestal, one 50 amp and two 30 amp. Water pressure is just above 40 psi. A peaceful, quiet and friendly place.
This park may not even be open now. When we left, the managers had quit and the owner never showed his face. The electric was okay, the sewer had exposed lines, the water is literally not potable and you are warned not to use it as it is loaded with sulfur.
A very basic, no frills FamCamp. Office staff is pleasant and check in was fast if you had a reservation. Office was only open from 1130-1730 closed Wednesday. There are no supplies nearby and WPAFB is HUGE! so going to the store is a journey so stock up before you arrive. Sites are paved or concrete, level and nice porch area. There is something very odd with the reservation system here. Some rigs have been there for months and yet getting a reservation was difficult. But, there were empty sites all over the place with cones blocking them something isn't right here. We would stay again due to it's proximity to the museum.
Prices are pretty steep for what you get. Roads are either worn asphalt or gravel; rough but no overly so. Lots of grass and area is clean. Sites are back to back style and fairly level but the gravel is pretty packed into the ground so after a good rain, you have a clay mud mess. Electric was solid, water pressure was well over 50 psi so use a regulator. Our site was Water & Electric only. The swimming lake is clean with a nice sandy beach. Fishing lake is carp, catfish, and some blue gill. We would probably pass on staying here again simply because of the rates and the fact that if you have visitors they MUST pay to enter the park even though they are not using any facilities at all. No exceptions.
I have to agree with the other posters. The owners are very nice and go out of their way to make you feel welcome. You just do not meet owners / managers this nice very often. Some sites are quite a bit out of level but nothing that some leveling blocks won't fix. Our site was a 30 amp so we had to be careful about what was run at the same time or it would pop. It may help to change the breaker and plug out. Water pressure at our site was 35 psi and a fairly good flow. There is a neat little catch and release pond that my grandson and I enjoyed. We will stay here again anytime we come this way.
This is a "cram in all the sites you can" park. Tight roads, tight sites, overgrown trees that will scrape the sides of your RV. Weak Wi-Fi signal if you are in the rear of the park. The pet walk was okay, not great. Park was clean and it would be a nicer place if they would widen the roads, trim the trees and increase the site size.
This is one of the Escapees parks and is a very nice park. Our site was on the H row: we had a wide site that was very level with a new power pedestal. Rate includes electric and CATV and Wi-Fi is Tengo. As with every other SKP park, the staff are fellow members and go out of their way to help. This park is just one of the reasons we are SKP's
Managers are fellow SKP's and are very nice. That is about all that I'll say nice about this park. Far, far to many full time residents. Driving through the park required a lot of twisting around rigs parked to far back or front and cars parked in the through lane. Park was full and the only space left was basically in the owners driveway. There were multiple hoses connected to the same bib so water pressure was low. The "pad" was level, 50 amp receptacle was cracked and loose and we were spotted three feet from the wall of the house. My biggest complaint is that they charged me $32.00 for the "Good Sam" rate for a parking spot in a driveway with low water pressure, cracked receptacle and no sewer. Getting out was no real joy either as we had to weave between overgrown, uncut trees. If we wander through Wichita again, we would rather stay in the abandoned storage facility next door.
Nice Mom and Pop park that fills up at night. Site was not level but was close enough for the night. Wi-Fi was useless. The sites are in tiers with nice grass between spots. The sewer cap connection was more than a foot higher than my dump valve connection so I had real fun dumping. We would stay again but only if we can pick our site.
Nice park for overnight stay. Close to I-80 so easy access. Clean, well laid out and level pads. Pet areas are terrible, very little grass and the "waste" bucket was full and stunk 20' away. Staff was friendly and efficient.
Excellent park. Neat, clean, friendly staff. Our site was dead on level. Great grass areas to walk in, tree covered sites with lots of shade. Easy in and out. The wireless was SLOW. Penny's Diner is right next door and has great food at even greater prices. The steak sandwich was the best we've had in many years. We will use this park on any return trips to the area.
Compared to the old park at Lake Powell this place rates a twenty. Great roads, great cement pads, great access in and out and spectacular views of the lake. Wireless was solid, water pressure a bit high but plenty of volume even through the regulator. The sewer connection is elevated so you need to compensate for the cement curb or you might get a mess like our neighbors did. The pull through sites are long to allow for rigs with boat trailers. Nice tables and BBQs at each site. Same old lack of signage problems though. You would think that a Federal park would have the common sense to have clear (or any) signage. Not the park's fault but it is irritating to say the least.
Nice Park. There is a little road noise due to the proximity to the interstate but not bad. The overnight pull through sites are narrow but, as the owner explained they are intended for overnighters so he maximized the number of spaces to accommodate demand. When checking in I was asked the year of our 5th wheel. When I asked why, they explained that they wanted newer rigs up top because some spaces were for sale and they wanted curb appeal. Fair enough, it is their park and I could see the point. The owners are nice and helped spot me while backing into our site. The lower sites looked to be level and actually had a nice view of the small river and are removed from any road noise. Wireless is fast and solid as were power and water pressure. The dump connections did not have caps which was a bit strange. Nice grass on each side of the back in sites and they are plenty long and wide. The sites on top have cement pads that are dead on level. Nice dog run and we were allowed to have our beagles off of the leashes while we were outside with them. We will stay here again whenever visiting Park City.
Pretty interesting RV park. It is more of a resort and has a golf course, river access, camping areas and is close to a small ski resort. Grass is great, water pressure was very low, power was reliable and the site was level. It is well removed from noise and there are very few lights so star gazing is great. It is a drive to even the smallest of grocery stores so stock up before you get there.
We only stayed overnight but what a nice RV park. Owners are relatively new and are enthusiastic and keep a neat, clean park. Level sites, good access and in a quiet area. The river runs right through the property and there is good fishing from the banks. Too bad we were only there for a night. We'll be back when we head north again.
First, this park is not in Coeur d’ Alene it is off of exit 22 on I-90 about 10 miles east. It is a former KOA so your GPS info for KOA Coeur d’ Alene is correct. It is a very crowded park with narrow roads and narrower sites. The sites are stepped so you are looking in the window of your neighbor. The two RV’s next to us both had slides and had to stagger some just to open their slides. We only had about 5’ of room from our front door and not much on the other side. Wi-Fi is intermittent, slow and when someone cannot connect they reboot the system knocking everyone off. There is no dog walk: they want you to walk them on the county road outside their property. They have an extremely tough refund policy allowing you one hour to leave or you pay for your reserved days. We would not stay here again period. BTW: if you are considering renting one of their speedboats, pull out $500.00!!
This RV park is a KOA and is by far one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed at. Wide sites, great views, great staff, tons of trees and grass, good Wi-Fi, recently paved roads, great laundry room and nice walking paths. The signage does suck and thankfully our GPS had it listed so we found it with ease. I believe this was once a 55 plus park and might still have that legacy. I do know it is a recent addition (2009) to KOA. I do have one gripe. The W-iFi was fast but the inactivity time out was very short. So much so that it timed out while typing this review!! This was not enough of an issue for me to lower it from a solid 9 as the owner promised to address it ASAP.
As a previous poster noted this is a very nice parking lot style RV park. Clean, friendly and helpful staff and wide roads. Sites were level, pretty wide and well tended. The dog walk is non existent and amounts to any alley way full of broken glass, debris and burrs.
A very nice RV park. We had a river front site and the view out the back window was great. It was quiet, peaceful, with pleasant hosts and a fun nature walk. Totem poles are all over the place and while we were there they had a planting ceremony. Only have two small complaints. The roads are bit narrow for longer rigs and they are constantly watering the grass. Sprinklers soaked the ground and anything left on the patio.
This is a nice KOA but the sites are too narrow for rigs with slide outs. The first site we were assigned wouldn't work because the slide outs on the 5th wheel next door were over the line onto our spot. This is another of those strange door to door setups and you feel crowded. A large Class A parked adjacent to us and promptly took over the entire site laying claim to both tables and dragged a third in to cook on. These types of inconsiderate jerks make enjoying a park more difficult. Friendly staff, great food and the site seeing is second to none. We would stay here again if we could get a single site otherwise no.
This is a nice park overall but offers little shade and the winds were too high for the awning. Friendly staff and the sites were pretty level and good sized. We were told the water pressure was high and to use a regulator. We use one so no problem there. A clean, well kept park plus a friendly staff.
This is the second time we stayed at this park. The sites are tight and narrow and many are not level. They have friendly staff, and the sites are well kept and clean. The breakfast was great and it is all in all a good park.
This is a park that is well worth your money! If you couldn't fit a 40' into your site something is wrong. A 38' foot was right next to us and had a vehicle parked front and rear. We had room to spare, and friends parked behind our rig while we were parked in front. Cable reception and Wi-Fi was great and the $10.00 donation for the show was worth it. The store, pool, laundry, goofy golf, dog park were very well maintained. The maintenance folks were mowing every day and were by far the most friendly and helpful staff we have come across in a long time. Most sites had nice fire rings and either a picnic table or a nice patio table and chairs. We will stay here anytime we pass through Nashville.
This park is in no way up to KOA standards. The sites are not level and are sloped, and the asphalt is worse than old 66. Water pressure was low and we could not wait to leave. We dropped the landing gear and jacks and pulled up and out early. The counter person was more interested in his bowl of stew than checking us in. There is no on site store to speak of. We won't be staying here again and have e-mailed KOA about it.
A typical KOA, clean and well laid out, friendly staff, level sites, dog run etc. We enjoyed the limo ride to the Big Texan and really did not notice excessive road noise and only a couple of A/C on approach but is really not an issue for us. We will stay here again on the return trip.
Nice park with good sized sites. Clean and nicely maintained. Staff was friendly and there is a lot of room to roam around. Nice store and the pool was great. no cable but we picked up over 16 channels without raising the antenna.
A typical KOA, clean and well laid out, friendly staff, level sites, dog run etc. We enjoyed the limo ride to the Big Texan and really did not notice excessive road noise and only a couple of A/C on approach but is really not an issue for us. We will stay here again on the return trip.
We stayed here in 1991 and loved it then. When we decided to go to Albuquerque on this trip this was the R.V. park we headed for. Outstanding staff, nice store, level sites, Wi-Fi and cable. They have a great breakfast for $14.00 with some seriously good chili. Honestly, it would be hard to choose a favorite between this KOA and Las Cruces KOA. This one has more trees and is quiet and peaceful. My only knock is that the site we were in had some branches a little too close for comfort. Otherwise a 10!
Wow! Talk about an R.V. park with friendly service, great management, clean, and well laid out! You have great views of the city and mountains. Sites are well groomed, plenty wide and long enough for Class A's with towed cars. Our 5th wheel fit nicely with plenty of room to park the truck. Roads are raked and smoothed daily. Cable, Wi-Fi, a nice dog walk and many other amenities make this a favorite of ours and we stop here every time we pass through.
Overall a nice older park with good views. Clean, neat and a friendly manager. Being in the Southwest, stickers are inevitable but there seems to be little or no effort to contain them. You cannot walk your dog in any grassy areas without them getting stickers. No WiFi is my only other complaint.