I used to rate this park a "10" but in recent years it starting to show it's age. Cracks in the pavement, shrubs between sites are so old and branches are so thick they can scracth a slideout if you get too close. Or tear your shirt if you brush too close. That all said it's a great location with nice water views. BUT VERY EXPENSIVE. They even charge for electric plus trhe daily rates. Also, WiFi is still weak after all these years and very limited TV channels. If it weren't for the location on thewater I'd rate it a 7. Average park.
Very narrow gravel pull-throughs, not very level. WiFi & TV good. Close to shopping and I-15. Very clean park even though permanent guests ring the outside of the park. We stay here only because it's the best place in the area. Not saying much for Hesperia and Victorville.
This is a great park. Very large sites, long paved pads,plenty of room for our 39 ft 5th wheel & truck. Very good WiFi reception. TV channels a little slim but all the main channels. Close to casino with low priced good buffet. Cute little town with murals on most buildings. Very cheap diesel at the Wapotah Texaco just 5 miles on the way to this park. We stay here a lot on our way home from our southern winter travels and summer sunshine when it cloudy here in western WA.
Nice clean park right in the town of Sequim. But seems like you are in the countryside because of the views behind the motel. Sites are sloped a little to one side so 5th wheelers may have to put wood under drivers-side tires to level. WiFi weak but they have DSL cables that provide hi-speed internet. Very friendly staff. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park but not a "9" as indicated in Trailer Life ratings. Wi-Fi is good but cable TV is lousily. If you don't have a new rig with a flat screen TV there are only 25 channels, no cable channels like ESPN or CNN or CNBC. Also, sound cuts out intermittently. Very narrow interior roads and narrow sites. There are lots of tree and very few "older RV's". Nice buildings and laundry. Also, too expensive for the quality of the park.
RV sites are on long narrow DIRT side by side spaces. TV is excellant, 72 channels. WiFi is good using Internet Explorer 9.0 and Firefox browsers, but AOL doesn't work here. This is a very expensive park for what you get. Also, a very loud garbage truck comes through at 7:15 AM banging dumpsters waking up any late sleepers.
Park is OK, just bare necessities, very small office, no supplies, very small pool. Mainly Park Models. If I had it to do again I would stay across freeway at Blue Sky, they have trees, this park has three or four. Does have good wifi, TV & cell signals.
Nice Park. Long, wide, level, gravel sites. All hookup connections are at the rear of the site. If you park in the middle so your steps are in front of the concrete pad, you must use long hoses and connections to reach them. TV is good. Wi-fi is iffy. Strong late at night, weak during the day. Have trouble connecting in normal day hours. But after 11:00 at night, and before 7:00 in the morning it's fine. Must have capacity problem, too many users really slow it down.
Nice park, but not $54 nice. TV has very few channels and is satellite, with some very fuzzy channels. Four sports channels out of the 30. This park is nothing special and way over priced. We stayed at other nicer parks for $36 and $34.
Very nice park. Has long pull throughs, lawns between sites, is nicely landscaped, WiFi and TV reception was very good, lot's of cable TV channels, and it's close to shopping and diesel. Would stay here again.
This is a newer park. Has long sites but very narrow. It had rained the night before and water was standing in the areas next to the cement pads. The narrow pads caused me to step in mud hooking up. Also they advertise internet. It's NOT WiFi, it's DSL, broadband phone internet. It took me over an hour to get my laptop connected to the internet via the phone service at the hookup stand. TV was good, office persons were polite and nice. If this weren't the only nice park in a 30 mile radius I wouldn't stay here again.
This is the most over rated park in California. It isn't close to any nice restaurants, not even a Dennys or Shari's. It has lousy Wi-Fi if you can get it at all. It has lousy TV only a few local channels. We will NOT stay here again.
This park is rated 10/10/10 in Trailer Life. That's just wrong! It's a nice pleasant park with level paved sites but very narrow sites. Not enough room for picnic tables beside your RV. Also, the park is on a slope. Very narrow interior roads. Also the cable TV only has 13 channels of regular programming. The other channels are QVC, religions and government. Also the park is very expensive for the area. We will not stay here again!
This is a beautiful park with great water views. Quick access to freeways to quickly get around San Diego. We've stayed here for a month, for many years. And I still have the same two complaints. 1. The TV selection is terrible! It's only a few channels and is Satellite, so often the channel's sounds are just static or the picture is fuzzy. 2. The WiFi signal throughout the park is inconsistent. That is, the signal get's stronger and weaker, and is not very fast. It's fast enough to get web pages (slowly) and email, but not fast enough for videos online. Like videos my daughter sent of our grandkids. Or videos in websites. One would think that the prices charged here, they could provide "real" cable TV and a fast WiFi system. If they had these I would grade them a 9 or 10.
This is a nice, very clean little park. Usually no trouble with availability. Level sites on packed gravel with cement pads. Pull-throughs are very close together sharing the same hookup island. I think they're called side-by-sides. Most of park is permanent or monthly resident RV's. But none are junky, real old or run-down. Wi-Fi is free: the signal is weak, but still functional. Max number of TV channels. Complaint: the grounds crew showed up at 6:50 AM and started mowing: loud!
We liked this small park. $29 per day but Wi-Fi is $4.95/day. But the cement sites with attached grass area were level and large. The Wi-Fi was strong, the cell phone signal was very strong. The laundry was very clean with plenty of capacity. We would stay here again.
This RV Park is over-priced for what you get. You get free internet at your site if you have a phone cable long enough to reach in your coach from the outdoor phone jack. I tried this and after much frustration I finally connected to the parks DLS internet. It was slower than Wi-Fi but faster than dial up. Also even though the sites are paved they are very narrow. There is not room to stand beside your coach on the pavement to hookup your rig. There was standing water (and mud) next to the hookup stands. We would not stay here again.
Nice quiet park. Cable TV, a little fuzzy. Slow Wi-Fi, very slow getting web sites. Sites are gravel but level. Sites are very close together and the park roads are very narrow. We would stay here again, just be aware of these minor inconveniences.
This campground is just OK but it's the only one with cable TV. It has WiFi only in the hotel lobby!! The TV channels are quite limited. If the new park 20 miles west had cable TV we'd stay there. It's a beautiful, paved park.
This is a typical KOA with all the amenities they offer. However, the TV channels are somewhat limited and they had Wi-Fi issues when we were here, on and off. However, it is close to Twin Falls (5 miles). And close to a Flying J with a "truck wash". We had our RV washed there for $24.
This is an excellant campground. Big sites, long and very wide. Paved interior roads and pads with lot's of grass all around. Rural country setting away from trains and airports yet close to town. Very quiet. Excellant strength WiFi. TV could use more channels but adequate. Give discounts to nearby casino. Only one negative, the Laundry is very small, only a few machines.
We made reservations in this campground at 11:00 am with our Visa card and arrived at 3 pm. All the pull through sites were full including the one they said they reserved for us! They blamed the "mistake" on a new office girl. This happened to us and others we know here before. I now believe this is their normal practice, to "get the money". You know, "a bird in hand". Who ever shows up first gets the sites. They DON'T hold sites. We will NEVER stay here again.
All hard sand sites, no paved roads, Wi-Fi good if near a transmitter. We parked adjacent to the "grass area", Wi-Fi there is good. TV is good with limited cable channels. They have Bloomberg instead of CNBC business channel for example. But this park is near a very nice casino with excellent food, nice grounds and a white sand beach on the river. It's 12 miles from the Laughlin Casinos.
All packed-sand sites, some with trees. They advertise WiFi, but it is terrible! It drops out very frequently, barely allowing a connection. I was near the Office WiFi tower and still only got an intermittent connection. You have to carry your laptop to the office to sustain a connection. I called several times only to be told excuses. "Maybe too many others are online now," or "We had a storm a few days ago." I will not stay here again.
Beautiful, clean park with great security and very large sites. Concrete pads but not level.Wi-Fi but flaky, kept varying and sometimes would lose connection. TV has limited channels, no MSNBC. CNBC, etc. This park is over-rated for the very high price.
The park is just OK. There are lots of permanent residents, sort of junky in the back. Very narrow sites, paved but not all are level. Water pressure just OK. When it rains the areas between sites get muddy. We will not stay here next year.
This is a nice, quiet park, with wide spaces with plenty of room for slide outs, both sides and awning. Hookups are within a close distance. TV has plenty of channels, Wi-Fi is very good. The negatives about the park concern the management, too many rules, ie; sewer hose must be elevated above the ground, only the most expensive sites are available if your 5th-wheel is over 32 feet. You can't park your truck next to your RV, it must go in a parking area. The laundry only has a few washers and dryers, it's hard to get an opening.
We have stayed there every year for the past 5 years. It's a nice campground with level, gravel sites, free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Very little grass at most sites. Only 4 washing machines though for extended stays, and washers are expensive. It is a GREAT central location, right in the middle of Sedona. The negative we have is they keep limiting the more reasonable cost sites to small rigs. We used to fit in several lower cost sites but they have made new rules and limit how far you can back into a site. Thus limiting the length of RV's for all the more reasonable sites. The longer sites are very expensive. Also their weekly rates only a few dollars savings over daily rates.
Park is just OK, gravel road and sites. Some concrete pads to step down on. TV only has about 20 channels, WiFi is good at site. Park Mgmt inconsiderate of guests, allows sewer maintenance truck in campground at 8:00 AM to pump sewer, VERY LOUD, running loud pumps for 15 minutes. Also a truck with chemicals drives slowly through grounds spraying chemicals on park roads from behind truck. Wind blows chemicals on you. Plus smell is foul. If there were another good park near Twin Falls would stay there instead.
Beautiful Park, we stay here every year for a month ($890) and have a beautiful view out the rear of our 5th wheel. However, the park has a couple of issues. The cable TV is satellite feed through cable to each site. Some of the main channels like ABC and NBC are terrible, static sound and fuzzy picture. And only a few channels are available. The other is, they charge monthly customers for electricity, which gets expensive fast. I suggest you monitor your electric use and use propane to heat and heat hot water.
This park is right next to the freeway. You can hear the loud noises from the big rigs and sirens all night long. Would never stay here again. Wi-Fi was $ 5.00 for 1 night! Araby Acres RV Park is much nicer and quieter.
This park is way over-rated for pull-through campers. The pull-through sites are not landscaped, ugly, narrow and too close to the adjacent sites. The hookups are old and worn, site is dirt, not gravel. They do have a cement pad. We chose a pull-through because they had cable TV, the back-ins didn't. The park looked pretty nice at check-in so we assumed all the sites were nice. Wrong, the pull throughs in the back are really bad. The advertised Wi-Fi was so weak in the pull-through area no one could stay connected. The Mgmt pleaded ignorance of computer issues, just said "sorry".
This is a very nice park with level and mostly shaded sites. Our site required an extension from the 50 amp hookup to the rear of our trailer. Hookups are near the front of the sites. They advertise WiFi but say they don't guarantee it as ours dropped out from time to time. Also, the laundry only had a few washers and dryers. But it is a beautiful setting by the river. Cell phone service didn't work for our Verizon service either.
This is Dog heaven, everyone seemed to have dogs. Also, there is a city sewage treatment plant just across the river. Sometimes it discharges a terrible smell. But I still give the park an 8 because of cable TV and WiFi and Propane services. Sites are kind of crowded, not a lot of room between rows of sites for maneuvering. Also, lawn sprinklers left a permanent puddle on our site so we were tracking in wet grass all the time.
This is a private K/M campground. However, they will accommodate overnighters in their pull-through area. Very nice campground 8 miles west of Spokane, 1 mile South of I-90. Not many nice campgrounds in Spokane, but this one is. In the tall pines, very quiet. We will stay there on our return to Seattle.
This is an old park with a new area for pull-throughs with 30 or 50 amps, cable TV with 60+ channels, WiFi but a very low connection speed. But, it is not a bad or ugly park. I would rate it a 7.5, 8, 8.5. The pull-through area is level gravel with grass between wide sites. Plenty of room. A view of the mountains at the back of the park, a plus for 5th wheels (rear facing windows). There are some older units in here but they are in the heavily wooded area. There are a few modular homes but they are new and attractive. We would stay here again.
Park is run down from a couple years ago, grass needs mowing, large treeshave died. And, the WiFi is $4/hour, $8/day, $30/month. Yet it is very slow downloading, slower than dial-up. This park is not very nice anymore, we used to like it...
This is a picturesque park in the trees in the middle of Sedona, AZ. It's a very old park with so-so maintenance on the sites. Has overhead wires, mostly 30 amp hookups. Only 4 washers in laundry, some ants need spraying, some permanent residents living among the various sites that leave for work at all hours. This could be a fantastic park if they would remove the few permanent trailer houses, keep out the locals, and bury the electric and cable. If you like rustic, you'll love this park, we do.
Ugly sites, only views from RV's are Permanent Park Model Homes. Sand sites, hookups are way in the back of Rv's, you need really long hoses to connect. Mostly permanent or snow bird elderly residents. No wifi and RV sites are far from office to use modem connection. This is a huge park with only limited RV sites.
Limited number of spaces if you are in for overnight or just a few days, mostly full timers and monthly's. Gravel, slightly shaded sites. Limited TV channels, no WiFi, Internet is dial-up in library. A very clean, attractive (small palms & pond with Swans), easy access in and out.
Monthly winter rate of $790 for Coronado Bay View sites. Even though we're only staying 3 weeks ($35/night) the monthly rate is cheaper. weekly rates are hardly any better than daily. Beautiful park, heavy shrubbery between sites, concrete level pads, Bay view sites, just spectacular! We loved it here. WiFi $40/month. TV has limited channels but gets CNN ESPN and others in addition to local ABC, NBC, CBS & FOX.
Park very nice and clean. But extrememly tight spaces to get into, at a sharp right angle to the driveway. Says pull-throughs but they are two small sites together. Loud train ajacent to the park, runs frequently, day and night!!!