We camped with 9 other rigs for our monthly club rally. Staff could not have been nicer or more accommodating. I have reviewed this place several times and always find it more than satisfactory. Clean, well maintained. Lone Pine is hot and windy, but lots of great history and sight-seeing here.
This would be a "10" if the sites were just a tad larger, but given the full-hookup ocean-front location, it is just about perfect. Sites are very tight, but you are on the beach, so what's not to like? There is a little beach-cafe staffed by a friendly camp hostess and surprisingly clean showers. We have been here before and love the ocean access and friendly campers. This place is dog-heaven as they have free run on the beach. It is next to the highway and the train, but the waves block out the sound to the extent that the train has never bothered us. Ventura is a cute funky little town about 10 minutes drive. Highly recommend arriving by Wednesday to get a no-reservation site; however, when we left this morning (Friday) there were three vacant sites. Not all sites accommodate a big rig. There are some large prime-view non-hookup sites and we noticed a pump-out outfit cruising through a couple of times.
Large park near Mt. Whitney - about 1/2 way between LA and Tahoe. Staff friendly and accommodatng. Sites small and dusty - it's the Mojave Desert. Utilities worked well, a good thing because it was over 100 degrees. Sparkling pool. Clean restrooms. Free coffee and muffins. Dog walk is a empty row where people do not pick up after their dogs, which is annoying. However, we liked this place a lot. We not only would stay here, we're going to host our whole RV group here.
Close proximity to both downtown Ventura and the ocean-front. About 15 minute walk to deserted beach. Staff friendly. Sites grassy with picnic tables and fire rings. Lots of noise from 101 Freeway and Main street, but bearable given the location. Large convenience store on site. No TV; no reception whatsoever. Laundry was a bargain. Only real negative was scuzzy, cramped, old showers.
This is a clean, well-run, large, commercial park right on the ocean. Because of the meanderings of a tidal creek, some times the ocean is a short hike away, but very accessible. We have stayed there several times and will return. Two complaints however: despite the park having numerous Wi-Fi towers, we could not get any reception on a July night when the park is full. Also, sites are a little close, and neighbors sat by their fire (which was 5 feet from our bed) and chatted well into the night. Security didn't enforce quiet hours.
Stayed here with our FMCA group. Quiet, pretty campground with widely spaced sites. Clean, easy access from freeway. Short drive to attractions. We were here off season, mid-week. Possible it livens up on the weekends.
Lovely Indian Casino RV park in Gold Country. Grassy sites with patios. Lovely pool and dog park. They dump for you on arrival and supply tank deodorizer. Nice place as a base camp to explore Gold Country. RV park is great. Casino is smoky, crowded, not very pleasant.
Clean, friendly park right on 395. We are staying a month. Sites are a bit narrow, but not a problem in the winter (see below). Several small dog-walking areas, but recommend dog park a couple of miles down the road in Carson City. Buildings are all sparkling clean. There is a monthly rate that is significantly less, even with the charge for electricity. One big drawback is very friendly staff does not always know what they are doing. It took 3 tries to get our 34 foot motorhome into a 50 amp site with enough room for our slide (small trees are planted too close to the curb). Also they didn't know about the propane delivery logistics or schedule,and gave much misinformation, even though they sell the service. On the phone they said the internet was great, but when we checked-in they said is problematic in a lot of spots. We picked a spot near the tower and have had no problems.
When we drove in, past the dealership and Camping World, through two rounds of security, I had my doubts that we would actually be staying. Inside the park, however, is a different story. This place is immaculate, nicely groomed, and lovely. Each site has a small tree, a patio, and a table with chairs. There is an off-leash dog park. The pool is gorgeous. The restrooms pristine. There is a fitness center and full service restaurant. Free RV classes are offered. It's like camp for old people!
New Mexico has excellent parks! This one is way off the beaten path, but beautiful views make it worth while. The park is terraced into a hill with a spectacular view from every site. Pull through site was long enough for the largest RV, but it wasn't level so we had to unhook anyway. For the price, it was a bargain.
Older park. Pull-throughs are wide spaces with spacious patios. Seems well maintained. Long term residents' sites clean and neat. Utilities work well. Good internet. Not much grass for dog-walking. Only negative is smelly water??? running from a hose connected to laundry room.
Very nice RV park. Pristine clean, friendly, hassle-free check in. Only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that there is no shade (it's north Texas, after all). 30/50, cable, working internet level cement pad - all for $27.00, including a 2 for 1 ticket for a full breakfast in the morning. Recommend highly.
Based on the ratings and large ad in Good Sam book I was really disappointed in the visuals. The sites are so close together that our picnic table is butted against our neighbor's sewer connection. The grounds are clean enough, but the showers could be cleaned and renovated. Laundry equipment is old but in working order (and a real bargain). As stated in the ad, this park is right on the highway so there is a lot of traffic noise, and the neighborhood seems a little questionable. The restrooms and laundry are all card-keyed, probably for safety. Our cable box didn't work, and the front office didn't seem to care much, but fortunately our neighbor has satellite and allowed us to hook into his box. They provide free coffee, fresh muffins, and a newspaper, which is very nice and the cost, at $28 per night is a real bargain. I might stay here again if passing through. However, don't expect to enjoy sitting out in a lawn chair in this park.
This is a very, very nice RV park about 5 miles off I-44. Had I known how nice it is we might have planned to stay longer than one night. Sites are spacious and level grass or gravel with patios and tables (no fire rings). Lots of small trees give the sites a sense of privacy and larger trees offer shade. Everything is clean as a whistle. Staff are very friendly and helpful. They have 40-channel cable TV and free instant-on internet that actually works. Not to RV park owners - internet access is not a luxury gimmick; it's a necessity and these people understand that.
Large, attractive tree-shaded sites. Large pond on site. Escort to site. Full hookups. Very friendly host. Looks like it is set up for full Halloween celebration this coming weekend. No TV reception except for 2 Christian stations. Internet supposed to be limited to one hour, but didn't actually cut off.
Pricey for casino with no cable or internet and water and electric only. Restroom was immaculate. Sites large and easily accessible. Shuttle to casino and restaurants prompt and friendly. Good one-night stop.
Older KOA with sites terraced into a hillside. Entrance road is very steep and the sites are narrow, but the grounds were well-kept. Shower was clean but water pressure was a trickle. Internet worked very well.
$47.00 for 12 hours. No cable TV. Internet works poorly. Site not level. Water hookup in a deep pit that you have to lie down on the ground to access (we didn't). Drove out to this place in the boonies to be welcomed by a really crabby guy in a golf cart who was supposed to guide us in but just stood there. Very unfriendly.
Was pleasantly surprised after the negative reviews. It is a huge park with many seasonal campers, but would be a paradise for kids. Lake, mini golf, petting zoo, playground, pool in a safe environment. Seasonal trailers always detract, but any campsite that caters to kids is likely to have a lot of stuff lying around. We had a nice pull-through near the office. Restrooms old but clean. Negative: laundry had 4 machines, 3 washers and one dryer were inoperable and not marked, which was very annoying. Park not nearly as bad as other reviews.
Right on Cape Cod Canal next to lovely walk/bike trail. Very dense shade sandy ground. Some sites very narrow, but ours was large. Seasonal rigs with a lot if stuff lying around detract from the beauty. Water pressure in showers way too high to stand under. Wi-Fi only available 300 feet from office, but office open until 9:00 PM and they invite you to sit there. And there is a large pavilion with access. Store open on weekends in off season. No real alternatives, and this CG isn't bad.
Very nice park. Lots of families with kids as they're having a trick-or-treat night for the kids. Sites are grassy and level. Internet worked instantly. Only negatives are that there is a noisy train nearby and it's a bit pricey for the area.
This is a beautiful park, but mostly for resort campers. WiFi only works on the porch of the store. There is only one washer. Not set up for through RVers. When we made the reservation I asked about both and were told they have good WiFi and a laundry. So in that way it was a disappointment.
This is not an RV park. It is a mobile home park. They accept pets, but you can only walk them in your space. "No dog walking allowed.!" if your dog is trained not to pee at the campsite this is a major problem for him. Sites are small and close together. Shower house a long walk from site but was clean.
Owner accommodated us on a Saturday night with less than 24 hours notice and warned about the tight space available. Very friendly and accommodating owner/manager. Recommended RJ's BBQ, which was fabulous. Train nearby. Right off busy street. It's close to downtown and the only RV park around.
Spotlessly clean. Quiet. Attractive. Stayed longer than expected. They accepted mail for us. Would give it a 10, except the thick layer of new gravel made leveling a challenge and our dog complained that the stones hurt his feet.
Typical KOA. Convenient. Very close to highway and a noisy train nearby. Farther out of town than we would have liked. Primarily chose this KOA because we're headed to the state park and needed to do laundry. Laundry is spotless, with new machines, at at $1.75 per load, a bargain. Front desk staff very nice.
This is a very interesting place in the middle of nowhere. Signage is poor and the pool, not the RV park, is their primary focus. It is about 45 minutes from route 160 and 45 minutes from Great Sand Dunes Natn' Park. They have a lovely pool and a really nice grill. We got there late on a Sat and stayed in the dry sites. Dry dust. Still, the place grew on us. The owners were very accommodating, even filled up our water tank.
We've stayed here several times because they usually have availability and we're too tired to drive the last 300 miles home. It's a paved parking lot and pricey. Has a nice pool and a dog park, but it's hot on the blacktop. Facilities are very clean.
Good value. Next to Bryce Canyon NP. Shuttle stop on site. Can sign up for tours on site. Great place for kids. We were assigned to the big crushed granite field in the back of the park with no shade or grass, which was a minus. Positives include excellent Wi-Fi connection, newly installed cable TV, knowledgeable staff, immaculate showers. Nicest facility outside the park.