Beautiful setting in the mountains, quiet and peaceful. The front desk was very accommodating, store was nicely stocked with decent prices. We loved the view of the little lake with its 1.5 walking trail and the huge city dog park next door very and convenient to KOA. Location is easy to get in and out and close to city of Cortez, a cute mountain town, and Mesa Verde.
Beautiful setting close to the ocean, quiet, a terrific hide-a-way on the coast close to San Francisco and Santa Cruz. Hiking and biking trails, horseback riding available. Fine dining on the property, cute store with lots of organic and local items. It's a hidden secret on the coast, wonderful destination park.
We stayed here for the second time and were greatly disappointed. We arrived and found the check-in office not open anymore. We had to walk through the smoky casino to the Quality Inn check-in desk. We would have never found it, had it not been for one of the casino workers. The gal at the front desk was unfriendly as it appeared she did not like registering RV's or giving directions to the RV parks. Leaving the hotel desk, we went out the back door to avoid the smoky casino and back to our rig. We went down the row the gal told us to go but found it was not the number we were given then had to circle around again to a different row. The rows were not identified in any way. No WiFi, although we could see the Quality Inn on our computers, it would not open to the Internet, weak signal. We went back to the desk and they said, it should reach, or we could sit in their smoky lobby, not our choice. The spots were short, our 37ft MH barely fit and we had to disconnect our tow and park it alongside the rig. We were told that the park was sold. It is obvious that they are not interested in RV traffic because they do not cater to good relations to RV's to make them walk so far and give them so little info and service. We stayed here several years ago and had an enjoyable experience. We would not return to this park, there are no services for the price now.
Park is convenient to Interstate and casinos, the sites were gravel and unlevel and the WiFi was fair in our location. We were given a site but when we went to it, it was occupied so we had to find another. Dog walk was full of pricky weeds to fill my dog's paw where she couldn't walk. It appeared their pool was open and looked clean and they had a nice miniature golf course. Like many RV parks there is a train track nearby but it did not blow whistles to wake during the night. It seemed pricey for the area but location was good.
Beautiful landscaped park located on a hill close to the freeway. We parked up on the hill. We did have freeway noise and parking was a bit tight for guest parking. The restrooms are a distance from the upper park, not easily usable. Location was excellent, price was on the high side, but normal for California.
It is a beautiful park among many oak trees. Satellite reception can be difficult. The only negative is the many speed bumps to keep the speed down to 10 mph; it works! Personnel are very friendly. There is a nice store, great fenced dog area, and well maintained, large sites.
Clean, quiet park in easy location. Access is a bit difficult if you come on the weekend as it is located behind a huge flea market. Stores are close by. No scheduled activities or pool. Personnel are very friendly.
It was what it is...a quick stop for the night, using our escapees membership to bring cost down. The space was tight, but we fit with the help of the escort that took us to the site. It was quiet, we rested well, and would return if passing through the area.
We discovered Green Caye after having a bad stay at Bay RV Park. This is a beautifully kept park, very clean. The spaces are large; each space has a picnic table and trash can that is emptied each day. There is a par-9 golf course next door which only enhances the park. We stayed here a week and will return.
Nice park in central part of the state of state road 60. We stayed 6 weeks and enjoyed ourselves very much. Lots of activities scheduled daily, friendly staff and campers, lots of return snowbirds and full-time residents. We plan to return.
Rustic park in convenient location leaving Florida. We stayed two nights and enjoyed the back trails exploring as we rented a golf cart to run the trails. The park was not crowded so RV's were spaced well. Our site was a back-in in the circle, level with full hook-ups. We have stayed at this site several times, never being disappointed with the friendly service of the staff. This park is one of our ROD parks: rates are really zero except for membership fees.
We stayed here for our week out of Thousand Trails and was disappointed with the park. Staff was not friendly, spaces were very short and very unlevel. Our patio was cracked and unlevel. Like most RV parks in Florida there are many full-time residents here in rigs that are old and not street worthy anymore. We probably will not stay here again.
Great location, just off I-10 and close to Biloxi. The only negative was when it rained, the park developed rivers between the sites. There appeared to be many long-term residents or FEMA occupants but as a whole the park was very clean, and safe.
This park was a disappointment. From it's advertisement, we thought we were going to a new, up to date park. It is obvious that the last hurricane did damage to the area and it is not yet up to being completed. Our major concern was 50 amp electrical continued to pop on the post, we had to downgrade to 30amp to keep the power running. It was raining when we came in, the spaces numbers are hard to read when the post are wet or dark. The cement pads are too small, it was raining and we stepped onto the mud that surround the small area of cement-pad. No picnic tables or patio areas around the pad were available. Our assigned space was loaded with tobacco butts, hundreds to thousands covered the ground around the pad. The area around the park was depressing with all the damage from the hurricane, and the park was a distance from shopping.
We stayed here for two months at special monthly rate. Staff was extremely helpful and friendly, lots of planned activities from pool to woodworking, etc. but events do not really start until near November when we left. The pool/spa area was exceptional, we felt we were in the Bahamas with all the tropical plants. Great bike riding as the park is huge but fairly empty until the snowbirds show up. Several lakes within the park to walk around, fish, or just look at but location was near year-round park models. Three great activitiy centers, 3 laundries, very pet friendly with two areas fenced for you dog to run and pet wash stations. Great place, won several awards, high security, gated. We would return.
We spent one month at this RV park. From previous posting, we decided to check the park out before moving our rig there. We found it very clean and updated. There are many full time residents living there, but their units were clean and kept in good shape. It appeared older units were removed. The park was friendly; many snowbirds from Canada but English speaking. The only problem is the park is not gated and bikes were stolen nightly by outside residents. It was suggested to us to remove our front wheels. We did have some electric problems on our space, but the park was quick to fix only after we had to take our rig to Conley for repairs. We would return to this park.
Nice location off freeway, but not much freeway noise. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park has a beautiful setting, even flowers on the tables. Pool and spa was clean and open for use. Our dog had her own spot to run that was fenced in for the dogrun, very nice. We would stay again.
A bit far from Denver, but the closest on the east side of town. Seems most of the parks are located north of Denver, but since we wanted to be through the city when we left and not have to deal with traffic this was a good location for us. The staff was very friendly, sites were clean and level. The park had a nice charm, we would stay again.
Friendly office staff, small store. Internet was hard to connect at first but eventually connected. Nothing special with the park, just a clean over-night place to park, convenient to freeway. Park seem to be nested inside a mobile home setting, road was a bit bumpy with speedbumps and potholes.
A great park to stay in while in Salt Lake City area, close to everything and lots of activities planned. During the week, there was water aerobics in the morning, games, movies several times per week in the evening, ice cream social on Saturday. Staff was friendly and helpful in all areas of the park. There is also a free shuttle every hour to Temple Square from the park.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating when we checked in early, before check-out time. They gave us a choice of several large sites in the back two rows that would accommodate our rig with three slides and tow. Wi-Fi was excellent, cable TV did cost an additional $3 but with all the trees it was worth not messing with the satellite dish. The sites were all sloped uphill as it is on the edge of a mountain but our jacks accommodated the incline well. We would return as the location was excellent for our travels.
We parked right next to the lake by the dam. It was a gorgeous site and quiet. Unfortunately, no sewer by the lake but short-term it is not a problem. It appears that there are many long-time residents here but there are several sites open for overnight stays. Free wi-fi from the rig but no cable tv and setting up TV was difficult, local channels are weak. We loved the park and would come back.
The park is very crowded during the winter. The staff is friendly but we found there were so many foreigners in the park not speaking English that we felt like outsiders. Most of the winter residence were regulars and gather together at the pools and activity centers. The park has a lot to offer as far as events and things to do, location is right off I-4 and easy to get around. There is a charge for Internet and the reception is good from the sites.
This was our fourth stop at the park coming into and leaving Florida, location is right on 1-75. The park was quiet this time, no major entertainment going on, people very friendly. We were happy to see they have wi-fi throughout the park from the sites and cable television as it is impossible with all the trees to get satellte reception otherwise. We have enjoyed our stays at SOSMP and will return with our ROD membership.
Ww found this to be a wonderful park setting just miles from the Texas boarder off the 35. We found this listed in our Escapees book but ended up saving even more money as they gave a RPI discount and charged us $8.00 instead of the $18.00. The pool was beautiful with a rock waterfall and large spa and refreshing and clean after a long drive on the road. The clubhouse was open during the evening and several friendly people were inside playing games. They had two pool tables free to guests which we enjoyed. They have special rates for long-term people. We would return.
We stayed at the park over Memorial weekend. What a wonderful place, a lot of planned activities for young and old. Full breakfast served in clubhouse for $4 per person, free bar-b-que in the afternoon followed by live music in the clubhouse, ice cream social on Sunday, etc. We rented from property owner at rate lower than management, beautiful place. I would definitely come back and reccommend to anyone looking for a remote, beautiful place with golf, pools, spas, tennis, and fun!