This was a very nice rv park, well located, easy to find and access. Practically brand new. All sites were nearly perfectly level concrete pads with gravel or grass patio areas and picnic table, along with extra car pad. They were nicely arranged and spaced throughout the park. There were several long pull through sites. The restrooms and showers are modern and very clean, and the showers even had heaters running so it was warm. I don't think we've been anywhere as clean and neat as this park. Quiet at night. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. You will need a car to go to restaurants and stores.
Stayed here one night on our way through Oregon. Sites and interior roads were gravel. After registering, you do need to drive back into street and behind office into the park, but there was ample room and no problem at all doing this with 38' motor home and toad. Staff is very friendly and helpful and we took the suggestion to walk through town and look at the murals. Glad we did. Our site was a pull through and just barely accommodated our rig with toad attached. Water and electric were located at rear of site, requiring every inch of the length of our hose and cord. Sewer was well located. Lots of cable channels. Our site was quite shaded and might have compromised satellite access, and other sites seemed okay for satellite, but we didn't need it. Restrooms and laundry were dated, but very clean and everything worked well. The park has ice and propane which was convenient. We would stay here again.
Stayed here one night midweek when less than 1/3 spaces were occupied. Ample number of super long pull throughs, along with other pull throughs. Level sites, neat, clean, green grass, utilities well located and worked fine. Water, Gray-water hookups and electric only--no sewer, but there is a dump station on site. Park is easy to find and access from US 93, on the South side of Cactus Pete's. Decent restaurants in the casinos to walk to. Had good luck at Cactus Pete's casino, too, making it a very enjoyable stop. Would rate a 10 if it had sewer hookups and cable.
This campground inside Zion NP is clean and neat, with spacious level sites including a table and fire pit. We were happy we had reserved a spot because the campground was full the entire time we were here. There are some walk-in sites available, but they go early in the morning. Watchman is an easy stroll to the Visitor Center where you catch a shuttle to all stops up the canyon. What a great way to manage a very busy park. We hiked, we enjoyed the river that flows right by the campground, and we made a day trip to Bryce Canyon. It was so nice to be able to have a real campfire at night. The campground was quiet and the restrooms were very clean. There are no showers, but there is plenty of water available at several sites inside the campground. For a National Park, we were surprised how many long level sites there were to accommodate big rigs, in the A Loop, but the other loops didn't have so many. Ranger programs were available and interesting, and rangers were present and helpful throughout the park. There are several easy hikes, and lots of wildlife to observe, often up close. We would definitely return to this campground.
This was our first experience with TT campgrounds using our Zone Pass. Like others, we were surprised and dismayed that we had to hunt for a campsite, and since we arrived in the busy season close to 5:00 p.m. the picking was slim. Sites were oddly laid out, some with grass, some without, some with almost no personal space, and I think all had shared utility post locations. We ended up in a site that had quite an incline to the personal area, although nearly level gravel pad for our 38' RV. I don't like the idea that you have no particular site available. Once settled though, we discovered the park was a true resort park, with heated pool, hot tub, clubhouse, recreation facilities and lots of planned activities including live music and dancing on Saturday nights. We enjoyed our one-week stay and it was convenient enough to all the attractions and activities of the larger Sedona area.
Our stay here was perfect for the three days we spent in Santa Fe. Location is great, with a bus stop right in front of the park, for a $1 a day, 25 minute ride to downtown. This park is neat and clean, and our premium site had a level concrete pad, table, and plenty of shaded green grass at the back of the site. There were smaller sites with no grass and gravel pads. The bathrooms and showers were clean. Utilities were well placed, and we were guided into the back-in site by staff who made sure we were well positioned. We had trees over our site, but didn't have any problem with them. We used our own hot spots instead of the park's WiFi which seemed to slip in and out of connection. Lots of cable channels. All in all a very pleasant place to hang out, and we felt safe and secure at all times. The park is located on a major thoroughfare, with every conceivable shop and service in both directions. Be sure to call or read website directions to get to the park as navigation devices take you a problematic route. We would rate this park a 10 if it had a pool. We would definitely stay here again if we return to Santa Fe.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. We stayed here one night before moving on to Big Bend National Park. There are only 5 long pull through sites and we were glad we had called ahead to reserve, as all of them filled up by 4:00 p.m. on a Monday night. Sites each have a picnic table, and are pretty close together, but we put our slides out with no problem and didn't feel crowded. A small storm came through shortly after we arrived and really kicked up the dust from the crushed rock, but passed quickly and settled into a very nice evening. There is no grass at the sites and the utilities are placed far to the rear of the sites, but we were able to stay hooked up because the interior roads are wide enough that we didn't cause an obstruction. Shower and bath were very small and old, but clean with great water pressure. We didn't have to pay extra for shower. We would stay here again for a short stay.
Rate reflects KOA discount. This was an excellent RV park with everything you might want. It is in a clean industrial area about a 15 minute drive out of city center, and on the bus line with a stop directly in front of the gate to the campground. Relatively easy access from I-35. We used the bus and were very comfortable with the approximately 30 minute ride. We were guided to our site, although thought it unnecessary. The park was super clean and well groomed in every respect. The store, the showers, the bathrooms, the laundry, were all well stocked and most looked brand new. The new heated swimming pool looked very inviting, but we didn't have time to use it. The sites are level gravel with a grassy area and picnic table on brick pavers. With the bike and walk trail right on the property, this made for a very pleasant stay. We would definitely stay again.
Stayed here two nights on the way to Big Bend National Park. Check in was fast, easy, and friendly. Sites were mostly 90 feet long pull throughs with no table, level gravel, and utilities were very good. Wi-Fi worked fine. Sites were a reasonable width. We were surprised at the extent and quality of the amenities which included washers and dryers for $1.25 each, a small gathering room, an event center, a well equipped fitness center and small, but very clean showers and bathrooms. The bird watching area was nice to walk through. Highway noise was not loud and did not bother us. It was pretty windy in the late afternoons, making the unheated pool useless to us. Right on US 90, it was really easy access. There were a number of long term residents, but the rigs and sites were clean and tidy. Walmart, diesel, and propane were nearby. Cowboy Church is offered on site on Sunday morning and evening, and we saw signs for a band on Thursday nights, We were there on the weekend so didn't get to see them. We would definitely stay here again.
We chose this park on the strength of other reviews and were very happy. It is all about the location and the ability to walk or bike or bus anywhere you want to go; although, we did use our car a couple times. Temperatures were in the high 70's while we where here, and the mature pecan trees provided lots of shade. It was nice to hear the birds singing all the time. The residents here are amazingly friendly and the manager was attentive and helpful. The manager led us into the site which was long enough for our 38' RV and toad parked in front at an angle. Utilities were in good shape and worked well. Although way in the back of the park, we enjoyed strong internet connection. Chuy's Happy Hour down the street is good (free queso bar) and Thom's Market had a surprising selection of healthy food and snacks. We biked into and through Zilker Park and left our bikes out here without any problem at all. It's a funky, weird, true Austin experience. I'd say if you are at all inclined and just like to do what the locals do, then this is a great spot for you.
Rate is for a Bronze site. Had a nearly level asphalt pad, covered table on concrete pad and fire pit. Very spacious sites with grass in between. At this time of year the numerous trees were not leafed out, so we had a great view of the water (pretty low) and marina. We saw no reason to pay the higher rate for upgraded sites. We would have given this a rating of 10 if the rate had been adjusted to account for low water level, and if it had a swimming pool. There is a sandy swimming hole and beach area near the playground, but not really usable. We took advantage of the trails around the park, and enjoyed it. Location near downtown Grapevine and many restaurants and services is very nice. There were lots of activities in the park, even during this off-season. Sewer connection required that we buy an additional length of sewer hose from the camp store. The price was reasonable. This is a wonderful RV park, beautiful, clean, quiet. We stayed 5 nights while visiting our daughter who lives on the Northeast side of Dallas, making the drive to see her anywhere between 40-60 minutes each way. Chose this park because we couldn't find one that had good ratings closer to her. We would stay here again for a short stay. The high rate would keep us from staying more than 4 or 5 nights.
We over-nighted here with a Passport America rate. We had a gravel pull through site about 65' long, and did not need to unhook the toad. The park is convenient to I-30 and easy to find. Sites as almost level gravel. Utilities are easy to hook up and in good shape. Staff was friendly. Interior roads were rutted, but no major problems. Free wi-fi would not hold a signal, so we had to use our Verizon hotspots, which worked well. There were many long term or permanent residents here. This is a good spot for a simple over night, but I would not return here for more than that.
Rate is Passport America. Stayed one night in a pull through and didn't unhook. This is the quietest park we've stayed in, and it is out in the middle of nowhere. From I-30 Westbound we traveled 3-1/2 miles on very narrow roads with no shoulders then about 1/2 mile on dusty gravel to get to the park. For the discounted rate, it is worth it. Gravel sites were level. Owner staff was friendly and helpful, meeting us at the locked gate and guiding us to our site. Bathhouse was small but clean. We walked the trail around the pond and enjoyed the ducks. Call ahead to be sure of availability as not all sites are pull through, and you will definitely need to get directions and be met at the gate. We would return.
Now this is what an RV Park should be. Spacious level sites with concrete pads, grass, picnic tables, "night" lights at all sites, and trash receptacle at each site emptied daily. Bathrooms and showers were spotless. The clubhouse was spacious, clean, and included pool table, coffee, vending, and television. Outdoor seasonal pool with covered patio and tables. Dedicated pet and children area, playground, and ball courts. Also, had an hourly shuttle to Harrah's casino. Gated entry added to the security. We stayed 4 nights, and ventured into Memphis (20+ miles) and Tunica area. Normal rate is $14 but we were comped our stay by Harrah's. Most of the sites were empty this time of year. Staff was extra friendly and helpful. Great stay. Would come back here any time.
It's hard to rate this park because it isn't fair to compare it to most rv parks. If you know what you are getting here, it probably rates higher than the 5 I gave it. If you try to compare it to a "normal" rv park, it would probably rate lower. Thus, the mid-range score. It's all about the location--close, easy access to interstates, downtown, and to major shopping centers. And the price is much better than those nicer parks that are further out of town. We felt quite secure here, even though the neighborhood ranges from industrial to low income housing. We stayed a Tuesday & Wednesday. Wednesday night flea market vendors started showing up, and told us (very politely) that other vendors would be coming in starting Thursday and we were "in their spot." Okay with us since we were leaving then, anyway. We didn't call ahead, and we were never contacted by anyone to collect payment. Utilities include sewer, water and electric, and the sewer was just an open hole in the ground--no cover, but worked okay. We would stay here again.
Stayed overnight here, and did not unhook toad. Rate cited is Passport America. All or nearly all sites are pull-through with a table and fire ring. We pulled in about 3:30 pm without reservations and were assigned site #20, which was 70' long, nearly level gravel. Plenty of width for slides. Campground is heavily treed, and would be very shady in season. WI-FI worked well. Interior roads are easy to negotiate, and campground is well laid out. Staff lives above office/store and responded quickly when we rang the bell. Some permanents, in good condition. Would stay here again.
We stayed one night, and did not unhook. Site G12 was nearly level gravel, and just barely long enough for 38' plus toad. Nice view of creek that was running full and strong. Picnic table at site. Called ahead to check on pull through availability because we didn't want to unhook. Staff was exceptionally friendly, and put a reservation tag on office window for late arrival. Did not require prepayment for reservation. We paid in the morning, and staff was again friendly and helpful. Park was nearly empty. We might not have been able to make a turn with toad attached at end of section C if sites there had been occupied. Bathrooms and shower were uber-clean, but there were signs posted that there was no hot water available since Nov 7, 2013. Strange--glad we didn't need to use showers there. Amenities like pool and cafe were not open off season. We would stay here again.
We chose this campground because of its location, allowing us to avoid driving through Myrtle Beach or North Myrtle Beach to get there. There were mostly vacant sites, and they gave us a choice of close to the beach or close to the amenities. Strangely, though, they assigned a site right next to a permanent resident with little space separating us. Our site was a mostly level pull through and we had room to park our car beside the motor home. Interior roads were easy to navigate. Utilities were well located and worked well. A covered picnic table was very nice. Site was mostly sand, with a little grass. We appreciated that the park was gated, although it's in a very nice area, with golf, groceries, gas, good restaurants and other shopping nearby (including an outlet mall).The outdoor pool and clubhouse were closed for the season, but the indoor pool was clean and inviting. We didn't use it. Bathrooms and laundry were perfect, very clean, smelled good, and had good showers which we used when something went wrong with our water pressure. Used Coast RV to make repairs. They came to our site within an hour of the call. Trash was picked up at the site daily. We enjoyed a good bike ride through the park and, of course, great walks on a very wide and long beach. A near perfect spot on the beach IMHO. Several attractive, very well kept park models in the RV park. It rained hard one day while we were there and water did collect on the beach end of most of the roads, and drained slowly. We didn't see standing water in any of the sites, however. We would not hesitate to stay again.