When passing thru Hawthorne, this is a nice spot for one night. There are no hookups but they have a free dump station with potable water. The lot is paved with a very slight slope with no designated sites or painted marking. Just pull in and park. It is very quiet here. Our GPS directed us here with no problems. Verizon cell and 3G worked well. The casino has a good restaurant, which is reasonable priced and I won at the penny slots! RV parking is free and I felt safe parking here. We have stayed here before and will again.
If you need a place for one night, this place will do. It’s located far enough off the road so there is very little traffic noise. GPS worked well for directions using the address, 492 North Main Parowan UT. A limited number of pull thru sites only have 30 amps, with full hook ups and good cable TV with gravel that needs to be graded, which the owner said he was working on. 50 amps is only available on the back in sites with the power pedestals located near the front of the site. There are a few trees but satellite TV should be no problem. Verizon cell and 3G worked well. RV length should be limited to 40 feet due to the length of the pull thru and back in sites unless you unhook. Checking in was strange, you go to the back door of the restaurant, look for the notebook paper sign on the door. It looks like the restaurant is closed. When arriving here, pull in on the north side of the restaurant and park next to it. There are some resident trailers and about 10 sites for over nighters. There is a restroom and shower but did not go inside. The owner was real nice and friendly. He said he was getting Wi-Fi. We had no problems entering or exiting the park. This is a no frills park, good for one night and we did feel safe. There is a Travel America fuel stop right across the interstate. We would stay here again in pull thru site 1A.
We like this park. We have stayed before in the hook up area, this time we were in the no hook up area. The only problem I see with the hook up area is it’s surrounded by non hook up sites and the time we were there someone had a very loud gen set. This park has lots of tall tree cover. Solar and satellite TV will be hard to get in most sites. We only received two TV stations on the over the air antenna. Verizon cell and broadband worked well. We now stay across the road from the hook up area. Most sites are wooded and private. We will be back.
This is a great park. It was re-done about a year ago with new asphalt driveways and sites long enough for the largest rigs with lots of slides. There is no grass, just gravel around the picnic tables. Camp hosts were exceptional in helping out our friends that had tire problems on their trailer. Verizon cell and 3G broadband worked well. Our friend's ATT cell did not work. Lots of trees so bring your dish with extra coax. We could not get any over the air TV. The camp host said because it is a no reservation park, it is rarely full, even on a Friday or Saturday evening. If Collier is full, the Forest service park on the same road will have room, (Williamson River). It was mid August and there was no one in the Forest service park, it is only dry camping and down a 1.5 mile dirt road. We will return.
This camp is one of our favorites. Most sites are pull through with plenty of room for slides. The park looks out over the bay toward the town of Bodega Bay. Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 movie ‘’The Birds’’ was based here in Bodega Bay. Westside is a very quiet park with no trains! You may hear the foghorn when the wind is right. There are hose bibs in the park but bring about 75 feet of hose if you need to add water. Restrooms/showers are located on each end of park and have always been clean. This manager is an asset to the Sonoma County Parks system. Verizon cell and 3G broadband works great. This is a great park for boating and crabbing with a boat launch connected to the park. There is a $6.00 fee for launching/parking unless your boat is the second vehicle. It is common to see people boiling crab they caught or purchased from the marina dock. Do not miss Spud Point Crab shack for lunch. This park does not overlook the Pacific, if you are looking for a beach and an ocean view use Doran County Park. We will be back.
We camped here for two nights then requested a third. The office lady could not have been more helpful. This is a non site-specific park and most sites are pull throughs. There was ample room for four slides with a little room to spare. Discount cards accepted are Good Sam, AAA, and the KOA Kamp card. The RV campers can use the Casino swimming pool, which is very nice. The park is located 16 miles south of Laughlin. The Mojave Tribe owns the Casino and this RV Park. It is a easy walk to the Casino and is right on the Colorado River. Verizon cell worked well while the 3G broadband did not. The free Wi-Fi was good. We would camp here again. A good day trip is to the town of Oatman, the town known for its ‘’ wild’’ burro’s.
This is a great town and a nice park. Good shopping with outlets near by. Water views are worth the price. The new prices for this park are ocean views at $50.00 and off-ocean sites $35.00. There are no hook ups. Water is located through out the park. Staff and volunteers are great. The park is starting to enforce the max length of 35 feet as of January 2010. The nice thing about this park is you can have any combination of three vehicles per site, with the third vehicle charge of $12.00 per night. So two motorhomes and one toad you could park all three on one site with the third car or motor home being charged an additional $12.00. Be warned not all sites will be big enough for all three. Some sites are out of level. Bring extra blocks if this is your first time to the park. Verizon cell and 3G broadband worked well. This is a busy park in the summer, so book early. We will be back.
Nice up scale park. Plenty of room to maneuver a big rig. Large parking area for checking in. The entry can be tricky, take a wide turn entering and exiting the property. Some airport noise during the day. We found flights taking off stopped around 9pm. Four different site prices depending on location to clubhouse and pool. If you are concerned about road noise, ask to be on the east side of the property. Very nice staff and clean bathrooms and great laundry. Check out their web site for 20% off for bordering states residents. The only down side is wi-fi is not free. Verizon 3G works good. We would stay here again.
This park fits our bill. There is no pool, and we do not use the restroom, that is what the bathroom in the coach is for. We were fortunate to get in for one night. Lots of people come to Yuma in the winter. The lady at the desk could not have been nicer. She had us park and then come in and pay after we were set up. There is some noise from I-8, but if you look around most of the parks here are close to the freeway. Verizon broadband works well. We were able to get all of the local TV stations on our batwing. A man was selling oranges from a truck as we came in. One bag for $2.50. It is a well kept up park, no grass, but RV’s from nearly every state and province.