A nice park with level pads and quality hookups. They're in the process of building a new kids' splash pad, so that will be a nice addition in a month or two. Note, the spa is closed during construction. Wi-Fi wasn't strong enough to use at our site (in the middle of the park), but there was good Verizon voice & data coverage in the area. We had some minor issues with management, but overall the park was OK, and we would consider staying there again if in the area. But the management could do a better job of check-in and maintenance.
You won't find a better RV park near Napa Valley. Full hook up sites are tight, and the unpaved roads are dusty, but the utilities are great. Nice cool breeze each day, as the bay is very close. The office staff are great - they go above and beyond to help any way they can. We'll definitely be back.
A fine place to stop for a night or two, with lots of distractions for the kids. But there are numerous rules and unexpected fees. Hookups worked well, but the spaces are a little small. I had a site that was supposed to fit up to a 45' RV, but my 38' motorhome was sticking out into the aisle. Phones service in the area is great, and the weather stays cool, thanks to the proximity to the ocean.
Great park with nice hosts, right on the river. Mostly level sites (on grass), with good hookups and utilities. Cell phone service is very poor in this area, but if you find the right spot you can get a Verizon signal (with both voice and data). The spaces are somewhat small, but they try to leave an empty space in between RVs when possible.
Great park, easy access to the beach, harbor and Oregon Dunes. Level pads, numerous waterfront sites, plenty of space between RVs, etc. Overall, a great place to stay. Note: fuel is not available in Winchester Bay, so fuel up on your way in if necessary.
Great location overlooking the ocean from a private bluff. Ignore old reviews that have anything negative to say about this park's management. The new organization is professional, polite, and easy to deal with. The park is clean, in great condition, and beautiful. The amenities are in great condition, as are the hookups.
Great park, great location. Cannon Beach & Seaside are two of the best spots on this part of the Oregon coast. This park has good quality hookups, a nice store, a gas station (including diesel) on site, asphalt pads to park the RV on, and under a canopy of trees. It's very family friendly, has an indoor pool, and is just lovely. We'll definitely stay here again in the future.
One of the nicer NPS campgrounds we've been in. The sites have plenty of space and sit in a heavily wooded area with lots of shade. That did mean no Satellite TV reception, but it was beautiful. And you won't find a better location within the Grand Teton area.
Great park, has something for everyone. The kids loved the pool & the playground, mom and dad loved the sitting area at the site. Ice cream in afternoon was fun too. This place is exactly as described on their website, and is one of the best KOAs we've been to. The hookups were great, good Verizon & DirecTV coverage.
Nice park. It was a little tight, but not too bad. It was great for an overnight stop. Has a cute little water park and mini golf course attached, which made for a nice break for the kids. Our only problem was that the people camped next to us setup their tent in our space, rather than their own, so we couldn't use our pull-through site as it was meant to be used; we had to drop our toad and back out.
This park is a little gem. We booked it as an overnight stop without know anything about it, so we weren't sure what to expect. But it's a beautiful setting along the river, with water & electric. We'll definitely stay here again when in the area. We stayed at the Bowl and Pitcher section of the SP.
Nice clean park with plenty of space between the sites. Instead of dirt or gravel, you park in the grass which is nice. Very convenience to Seattle - only a 20 minute drive into the city, but far enough out to not be crammed into a parking lot. I didn't notice any long-term residents; if there were any, their sites were well maintained and didn't stand out. The only issue we had was with a bad breaker in our pedestal, but the host allowed us to move to a different site rather than waiting for a repairman to replace the breaker.
I didn't expect much from an RV park in this part of Arizona, but we were pleasantly surprised. It was clean, well maintained, and easy to get in and out of. The sites were level and had plenty of space. And if you ask, many have shade trees, which really help to keep the heat down - it can be 110 degrees in Bullhead City in the summer.
This was our first stay at Rancho Sedona, and it's now one of our top-5 favorite parks. The people were friendly and exceptionally helpful, the park is beautiful, and the creek running behind it is a great place to take a swim to cool off on a hot day. We'd definitely recommend this place to anyone.
The park was good enough - hookups to run the AC, nice views, etc. But the staff was not very helpful; they made a mistake on our reservation (and I had their confirmation e-mail to prove it), but they gave us attitude when we asked them to correct the problem.
Great park just outside the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park. The hosts were very nice and extremely helpful. They gave us useful tips about how to maximize our time within the National Park: where to go, what to see, etc. The park was clean, level, good hookups, and no dust. Very nice place to stay.
Great park, right in the middle of a beautiful mountain town. Our last trip was a month long, and this was our favorite stop. The park is gravel, but not dusty at all - it's more like small river rock than gravel. The sites are a little close together, but there was plenty of space for our RV and toad. The hookups were good, and the owners were very helpful. In the winter the river that runs behind the park can flow very fast, so you have to keep a close eye on children.
We stayed on the south side of the park - the Premium side. It was very nice, with large spaces and good hookups. When we were there we had a huge problem with mosquito's - they seemed to be drawn by the Kol Pond and the wetlands behind the property, which had recently flooded due to the heavy snow melt coming off the Colorado River. With so many mosquito's, we couldn't spend much time outside the RV.
Very pretty park, with great views and wonderful atmosphere. I would have rated it higher but it has one drawback - it's very dusty, and when the large Diesel Pushers drive through the dust flies everywhere. All in all, we had a very nice stay here, but the dust was somewhat frustrating.
One of the best state parks we've been to! There are a limited number of full-hookup sites, so book in advance if you want one. That park is beautiful, the rangers are very nice, and you're within walking distance of everything in Morro Bay.
This is one of our all-time favorite parks. We go here almost every year, and each time we wish we could extend our stay a few more days. The fire rings are cleaned daily, the bathrooms are always spotless, and the town square is a great place to hang out. The kids love riding their bikes around the campground, and the pool is always a heated and clean. I've been going to Pismo Coast Village since I was a kid (with my own parents), and now I enjoy taking my family here as well. It books up 6-months in advance during the summer, so plan ahead.
Very nice park, and the staff was extremely helpful. Minimal cell phone coverage (Verizon and AT&T), but strong Wi-Fi within the park. Note: Cash only, so plan ahead. Also, the directions given by Google Maps are wrong. Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, and MapQuest all show this address on the South side of Hwy 1. However, it's actually on the North side of Hwy 1, at the end of Tregoning Lane.
Nice park with good spaces and hookups, but the staff wasn't very friendly. It's a good place to stop over for a night on the way to somewhere else, but we won't stay here again for longer than that. Nothing "bad" about it, but nothing that made it stand out either. We had reservations for 3 nights, but left after 2 because we found a nicer place on one of our day trips in the toad.
We've driven past this park many times and finally stopped for a 3-night stay in Redding, CA. The hosts were wonderful, the spots are clean and level, and the campground has good mix of shade trees and open sky for your satellite dish. The views of the surrounding hills are great, and the landscaping is very pretty. We really enjoyed our stay here, and we'll definitely be back.