We are here on Labor Day Weekend 2014. Over half the park only has 20 amp with water (no sewer). The Wi-Fi at clubhouse would not connect and it was fantasy football pick day! The restroom for both men and women was filthy. They had an ice cream social and gave one scoop per adult but select teens and children got two. Very little in clubhouse. The sites were all dirt. They opened up camp fires this weekend in approved fire pits, after Washington State's massive wildfire season this year. Well, their fire pits are portable two sided 1 1/2 ft by 1 1/2 ft high with a 2 ft span for grill. No protection for the forest and when used the ground under is hot enough that it burns when you place a stick 6 inches in! I expect way more in amenities at a camping club facility. Thought Thousand Trails would be better than this! All roadways were extremely dry and dirt flew everywhere when vehicles passed by our spaces.
We did not have reservations. We arrived on a Friday afternoon about 5:00. Greeted by wonderful staff. We were too big for one site, but they immediately told us what all sites they KNEW we would fit in. They told us to hurry and hookup as Friday nights are free hamburgers and hot dogs. We went up to the clubhouse patio and enjoyed a free supper. Horse shoes, volleyball, card, dice. Small store with beer available. Very shady. They have yurts, cabins, A-Frames too. We will return.
Huge sites! Trees are small but coming along. They had a major water leak while we were there and had to shut water off for a couple hours. Very apologetic about it. Wonderful clubhouse with clean showers. Great spot for overnight. Big pull-throughs. Limo service from Big Texan to there. Yes we would give them another shot!
Wonderful staff! We came in for 1 night during thunder storm. Got a level pull thru and was very grateful did not have to unhook. Very courteous and helpful! Level site. Older but clean bath with hot showers. Over 20 channels of good TV
Our nightly rate is a Passport America discount; The new owners have done an amazing job switching this from a Jellystone Resort to a beautiful place to stay. They are friendly, helpful, and the perfect hosts. They will be reopening the restaurant in the future. Since half of this park is long established, sites with Large established trees and lush grass are available. These are front to front, back to back sites with 20/30 amp full hookups. They have a new 20/50 amp section with Log and Wide sites. Will be wonderful when fully landscaped. This park is on the north side of the Temple. This is a very family oriented park with pool, volleyball, horseshoes. Everyone who RVs in Utah needs to make this a stop! Even if you don't RV, they have a cabin that sleeps 8! If you are going to the pageant next June, make reservations now.
Really hard to review this park. August 2005 Hurricane Katrina destroyed this park. The cabins and park models could not be replaced due to insurance regulations. Only rigs on wheels were allowed on their property. They have come a long way! Extremely friendly and helpful. Laundry is available onsite. Grounds are extremely well maintained. Fishing is free. My rate was low due to Coast to coast membership. Pool is wonderful. Great clubhouse with big screen satellite TV. I wish I could give them a 10, but they will get there.
Just down the street from Avery island. Very friendly. Patio space at each site. Extremely clean and well located. Good Sam discounts. 20-30-50 amp available. Cable is actually Direct TV. Very welcoming of pets, large play field, fishing free. Outdoor swimming pool is refreshing. More than I expected for the cost. Great Wi-Fi is free
We were really impressed with this state park. First, bathrooms were clean with free hot showers. We came in on Wednesday and left on Friday. We were lucky to have a site in a protected area. The park manager was helpful and gave us radio stations to listen to for the weather was predicting a storm that night and a worse one the next day. We drove through the park and debated where to stay. We could have water front spots out on a massive lake, or another area that was is sun and grass, or another area that was away from the view but felt more protected. My husband really wanted on the waterfront, but safety won out. During the night we could hear the wind, but we did not feel it. When my husband took the dogs out for their walk in the morning, he went to the waterfront loop and discovered several trees uprooted including one over the site he wanted to camp in. Elk City no longer exists. It was a trading post in the 1860s-1880s. Now the address is Independence, KS. We will definitely keep this park on our must stay list. 4825 Squaw Creek Rd Independence, KS 67301 County/Counties: Montgomery GPS: N37 15.415 W95 46.487
Very few RV Park websites live up to their hype, but this one is almost perfect! Staff is friendly, facilities are well maintained, many things to do at the park, and lots of history around the area. It is a member of Coast to Coast and Passport America. Also honors AAA, Good Sam, FMCA, FCRV, Escapee, Enjoy America and the regular Public. It is very much like the website. We used our Coast to Coast points which means $10 a night. If we were to use Passport America it would be $14 a night but you can stay 14 days. Normal price is $28-$30 a day.
This is an older campground though it is kept up. Has a store, pool, gasoline (at reasonable rate), and laundry. We got there after hours on a Saturday evening so we did not have the WiFi code though we could tell there was a strong signal. Looks like an old KOA but we would definitely stay again
This is a go to park when in southern Idaho. We love to walk and there must be 5 miles of various trails from the park. Hosts are always friendly. There is a 3/4 mile long Frisbee Golf Course. The community reclaimed a dead creek in a dry canyon. They have made it lush and beautiful. There is no sewer or dump. The bathrooms are concrete buildings with pit toilets. For those of you coming from Twin Falls on Addison, as soon as you pass the hospital and go across the bridge, make a right between rock business and mobile home business. Our Hot Spot works down there and our antenna picks up many TV stations.
Last June we stayed here and it was real slimy. Only place we could find on a rainy night. Swore we wouldn't stay here again but we were desperate ! What a difference KOA makes in a park! It is clean and welcoming. Does not look like any permanent residents are here. I used all the facilities and it is clean! The hosts are friendly. Laundry is clean. Free Wi-Fi. In two weeks they are re-leveling all the sights and putting in fresh gravel. Next off season they are redoing bathrooms. They have a nice sharing library, clean convenience store, gas and propane.
They honor Passport America so it only cost us $18 per night. Gravel sites. Tenting area is available. Fishing is available on their ponds with no license needed. Cleanest restrooms and showers we have seen. They clean them five or six times a day! Wonderful museum next door! Lots to see and do in area!
Wonderful Hosts/Owners. We stayed 3 nights. We had a wonderful scenic sight! Wonderful laundry and store. Showers and baths were individual and they had 5 or 6. They recycle! Exceptionally clean park and pet friendly! We loved it here!
Fort Robinson State Park's campground offers shady, electrical hookup sites plus primitive sites. Conveniently located are modern restrooms, showers, water, dump station, picnic tables and a shelter. Fort Robinson offers a nice campground for the horse lovers. Put your horse up for the night in one of the newly remodeled horse barns. With many miles of trails to ride through the beautiful Pine Ridge, this makes a great place to camp and enjoy the outdoors. Fort Robinson campground offers group camping with equestrian facilities. The campground is open year round with electricity. Showers and water will be shut down during the winter months. Fort Robinson, west of Crawford, has it all -- with more than 22,000 acres of exquisite Pine Ridge scenery, compelling old west history, exceptional lodging, loads of fun-time activities, scenic camping and the park's own buffalo and longhorn herds. What a centrally located park in the USA that would be perfect for a huge family gathering! I have NEVER enjoyed a state park more.
What a wonderful find. This park is 3.7 miles south of Havre. It is almost 8 acres of lush grass and shade. The owner is wonderful. Very pet friendly. Cable is not available, but they have hooked up cable lines that plug into their home antennae and receive over 20 channels. No trains or highway noise. We will return
Found this park online and was leery at some reviews, but we went ahead and made reservations. We got there and were pleasantly surprised. The owner and his son and family were extremely courteous and helpful. We hated to leave! The bathhouse was extremely clean. There were two bathrooms that took a key to open and were locked by an additional deadbolt once you entered! Wish the restaurant was open more hours but understand it is not financially feasible at this time! It is located between Essex and West Glacier. We will return!
Wonderful campground, but they charge for showers. No electrical plug in in bathroom for drying hair or showering and they charge $2 per pet per day. They do have good laundry, but office was locked when I needed change. Overall it is an OK park
Stay away from this one. Staying here was a Big mistake! My son, daughter-in-law, and spouse said it would make a good horror movie. The bathroom was covered in black widows and spider webs. There was no hot water available if you dared take a shower. Water was rusty and smelled something fierce. The manager was laying in the front seat of his maybe 1975 Class C with cardboard covering broken windows. The fence surrounding the park was a falling down paint bare picket like you might find in an old cemetery in a horror movie. If we had not paid in advance and arrived at 10:00 pm we would never had stayed. Traffic noise was bad too!!! Stay anywhere but Windsorland RV !!!!
We camped here during their annual campground jam this year. Well organized. Friendly staff! We have camped here in the past with various clubs. These folks are extremely accommodating. Have set up shelters for us to use as clubhouse. They go above and beyond! We will be back many more times. Has a wonderful owner and a great hostess! We had 4 grandkids with us.
We camped 4 nights. Friendliest most helpful staff ever experienced! Four sites of our families stayed there, but they allowed us to have our family reunion there! Clubhouse and canopied area provided! They even cooked for us! We also took the Grand Canyon Railroad on Friday. Railside has shuttle service to the depot! We live in Burbank, WA but we will return to their RV park whenever in the area! Joe & Laura