This park has gone to self check in for the season. Worked very well for us. Note on the door tells you which sites to avoid due to issues and which only have 30 amp available. Nice to be able to make your own pick. Sites are level and long pull thrus. All utilities worked well. Best Wi-Fi we've found in four years of full timing. For the price this place is great and the dog loves having the room to run. There is a corral in the back corner if you are traveling with horses (small fee for use). Place looks well kept and very quiet. Towns people are pleasant and great food at the Cedar Canyon restaurant for miles down the road in town.
Rate is per day for weekly stay rate. This is the second time we've stayed in this park. We love it. The deer run freely through your campsite as well as the wild turkeys and squirrels. The folks are friendly and sites are ample. We really enjoy the area and the rain didn't stop us from having a nice stay. Make sure you stop and explore the Occidental Hotel/Saloon/Restaurant, it has quite a history. All utilities worked well. We will stay here again when visiting the area. Only reason it doesn't get a 10 is I would like to see the pool heated and kept open later in the season if possible.
Rate is per night, weekly rate. We stayed here for a week to relax and get to know Cody. Park is as noted by previous reviews. Easy in and out. Even though we had to park across the front of our space we found no hassles with this. There was space to park elsewhere if a neighbor needed out early. Wi-Fi was not good nor reliable. We really liked Cody and all it has to offer..great restaurants, fantastic museum, quilt show and quilt shop, and great surrounding areas for our motorcycle rides. We would stay here again.
This rate was per night for the weekly rate. Comparable price to other parks in the area. Easy entrance/exit from this park just a few miles from the entrance of Glacier National Park. Friendly folks in gift shop, office. Nice pull-thrus and small but clean laundry. Good picnic table at each site. We had ample space and the gentleman who took my reservation was very conscientious about getting a spot that would work for our 40 ft. RV so we could use our ramp and screen porch. As full-timers we appreciate the extra effort. We would stay here again when in the area. The only reason I didn't give this park a 10 is for the price it would be nice to have more amenities, like a hot tub and pool.
If you wish to be out away from the city, this is the park for you. Convenient to Custer State Park and not a bad day trip to the Badlands and the infamous Wall Drug in Wall SD. Rate reflects Passport America for weekly rate. Hookups worked okay; however, water pressure was so low at times our pressure gauge registered below 30 psi. At least half of the campers were assigned sites in the north end even though the laundry and restrooms had been closed for the season. There were spaces available close to the main bldg which did have open restrooms and a small laundry. The pool was closed as well as the hot tub having been emptied. We feel like we paid for amenities that were not available. It would have been polite for them to tell us when booking that these things were closed for the season. I bypassed the laundry altogether and used the one at the nearby Flying J, which I found to be immaculate and available with no one using the eight washers and dryers. Price was comparable to other laundromats. We might stay here again as other parks closer to Rapid City are often over priced.
This is a new park with nothing fancy about it. However, it is good for an overnight. Easy in and out once you figure out where the front gate is. Convenient to Smiths, and as stated in prior reviews, the curbing is a bit steep so take it slow. Plenty of room for our 40 ft fifth wheel and worked well as we were not unhooking and headed on early the next day. Not a social, park or one you would stay in long term . Would stay again for an overnight. Only gave it a 7 due to little to no landscaping, and it is a little hard to find.
Had I known what nice parks they had going towards Missoula we would not have stopped here. There is not a level site in the entire park. They would do well to plow this one under and start over. Many long term residents in the park. Check in was nice and easy but you don't get much for the money. Other than the nice folks running the park it just doesn't have much to offer.
We stayed a month because we have family in the area and had some things being fixed in the rig. This is a nice family operated park. Many folks return here year after year. Park was getting a little over taken by grass and cats for a while. The owners son and daughter-in-law recently moved here to help and are shaping the park up quickly. This is always a very friendly park and convenient to many great tourist destinations such as Telluride, Black Canyon Ntl Park and the beautiful San Juan Mountains. And it has the most immaculate laundry you will ever find in an RV park. It's also nice that this is a 55+ park as this keeps the noise down.
We had an assisted back in site. This means the park manager helps you wiggle your way thru the narrow streets and trees, etc that are close to the driving areas. Super helpful staff, relatively quiet at night. Nice pool, great laundry. We had no issues with the park accept they should turn away the larger rigs as it was too tight to be comfortable maneuvering our 40 ft length and we managed to scratch the sides on tree branches and bushes. Cable TV worked well. Park WiFi was ok most of the time. We have been unable to use our Virgin brand hotspot in Montana at all. Guessing that Sprint doesn't go this far north. Would recommend this park for anyone 32 ft and under wanting to be close in to Kalispell. Terrific Glacier Quilt shop on the other side of town for those who are crafty.
Nice folks with easy check in. Nice pool, remember to get a key from the office as they forgot to offer. We have stayed here twice, this time because we had a problem with our truck and they we very willing and able to accommodate us. We stayed a couple of nights. Nice to see the strip mall across the street expanding. Good restaurants in the area. Plenty of space for our 40 Ft and truck. Good gravel sites and paved interior roads. Gated park with code access at night.
We stopped here because the heat was was 109 and we were tired of driving. The electric worked great so we could hide out in the air conditioning. Nice little dog park. Check in was easy. This is mostly a dirt park with dirt roads and nothing much to do in the area. Okay for an overnight but over priced considering all. The park has potential but is not being groomed.
We have stayed in this park several times. Convenient to SLC and Park City and easy access when heading north. We stay a week each time. Laundry is adequate. Check in easy. Nice cement pads and plenty of room for our 40 ft fifth wheel. States RV supply just down Redwood Road a couple of miles with nearly everything you might need. This is a secure gated park when the gate is functioning. Nice folks but not a real social park. Very pet friendly with nice bike/hike trail along the outside of park. The only reason I don't give this park a ten is because there are few close by amenities such as a good grocery store, barber, etc.
This park worked well for us. We had lots of space and the hookups all worked very well. Didn't use the laundry as it only had 1 or 2 machines and we are full timers so we do laundry one week at a time. There is a train nearby but runs maybe once per day during the day. Very quiet at night. Park manager and Camp Hosts delightful. Easy in and out to the park. Watch the mud hole in the entrance drive but other than that interior road is okay. We stayed a week and found this to be a reasonable solution for a day trip to Teton National Park, as the parks in the Jackson area were all excessively pricey. Rexburg is a nice small college town (BYU Idaho) and the young people are very pleasant. We would stay here again if back in the area. Check out the new Potato Vodka distillery in nearby Driggs.
Worked well for us although its a bit far to travel into Nashville often. Sites were ample but not especially level. Fall leaves beautiful however they are several inches deep at this time of fall and we found it necessary to rake a path so we didn't track it all into the trailer. Folks are friendly. Back loop of park all long term residents. Laundry not fancy but suitably clean and inexpensive. Great fields on either side of park. Our dog loved running the hills although you are discouraged to have them off leash. Entrance to park is steep and tough if other cars are coming. Good country road to reach the park. Our GPS took us right to it. I would hate to try to figure out directions without the GPS. Park needs some tender loving care but overall a good experience. Close to Lebanon which has all the necessary services.
Nice level sites. Great fenced dog run. Friendly staff. Rate reflects the one week discount. Nice to have the luxury of trash pick up. I agree with the previous review but no trouble finding them as the add says turn at the Crackle barrel. We would stay here again if in the area. We stayed here in our fifth wheel. Also enjoyed some great motorcycle riding in the area to see fall colors.
Very convenient to the part of Paducah we wanted to see. Great park for quilters to meet other quilters. Terrific fenced dog run. Nice, friendly folks who manage the park. Very helpful in letting us know all the available sites of interests. Hook ups all worked well, long spacious pull in sites. Not a fancy park but overall very RV user friendly. Permanent residents tend to hang towards the back of the park. Easy access from freeway. Would stay here again when in the area. We stayed with our fifth wheel.
Beautiful area, quaint town nearby. We came for the fall colors and we were not disappointed. The park is friendly and easy to get around. I marked it down from a ten because the sites are not level and near impossible to level no matter how many blocks you apply. Also, there are only three washers which makes it tough for full timers. We will come back to the area but may look for better sites. The front drive is a steep entrance to the park and due to local signage laws is difficult to see soon enough to stop a big rig. Watch for the Shell gas station when coming from the east. It is the very next driveway.
Sites are level. Convenient to most RV manufacturers and the R/MH Hall of Fame and Museum. Friendly staff and other than some highway noise from the Nearby Interstate it was a nice place to stay. Convenient also to Notre Dame campus 20+ miles and shopping of all kinds.
This park was convenient and quiet to stay in for our visits to the Ford Museum and Ford's Greenfield in Dearborn as well as University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. We originally booked for two weeks and then extended for a month. Lakes are old peat ponds with lots of water fowl to observe. Not clean enough to look appetizing for a swim. We had full hookup with no issues. Most folks in the park are residents or seasonals from the city and friendly. I would have rated it higher except there was a fifty dollar electric fee they added on at the end, which was never mentioned when we added the two weeks. Don't like surprises.