Very nice little park which would be even better with the addition of a sign so you could find it. Not identified in any way and the only way we found it was by a tenant standing out in the road and flagging us down. Could not have found it in the dark. Restrooms were clean and unique in that they were a lot more like home than an RV park. Good satellite views. Clean. A bit unusual because without a reservation they won't let you in, even if they're empty.
Park was good overall however the big-rig sites are NOT pull-through and there was scant shade available there. Several of those sites had no sewer. The Wifi was pay only. The laundry and showers for the big-rig sites, rows G and I were closed and the nearest one was in poor condition with a collapsing ceiling and peeling paint. There was some talk around that the parent company was not doing maintenance due to the economy but we were unable to confirm that, but this is the third Thousand Trails park were we've seen this. The pools looked new and were well kept.
Well maintained park. Road noise from I-80 was pretty bad but with coach closed up we were able to sleep. Pull-through is a bit of a misnomer as the sites are a paved place at the side of the road but quite tolerable. Great grounds! A good overnight stop..
Very nice staff. Owner had a customer appreciation cookout while we were there with free food. Heated pool and hot tub were excellent and very clean. Only fault would be side by side sites not originally designed for today's slideouts so things are tight and you can't walk between two coaches with slideouts out and the slideouts could even touch in the right situation. Big rigs 40' and over will have a tight squeeze getting in and out of many sites and should check out beforehand. This alone would have pulled my rating down to a 6 or 7 but everything else was so good we rated a 9.
Site was NOT lakefront, the lake itself was over a mile away due to being very low. No pools or spas. Facilities were nice at the site itself, however we were very unhappy because we had to pay an extra $10 to get the coach and our car through the park gate in addition to the park charges. RV park is hard to find and the turnoff from the main highway is not marked as to the road name or road number. Almost all first timers miss the entrance from highway 93. The signage there only shows the marinas and state parks, not the RV park.. I rated it a 7 because of the nice site, but I'd rate the park itself a 5.
Nice park with excellent sites. Would have rated an 8 except for the highway noise. When we called we were told no noise so we feel we were not given the correct picture. Cable TV is a bit fuzzy and limited number of channels.
Sites were not level, we were just able to get level with levelers. Casino was smoky and a bit dingy. Free drinks if you gambled, we got $30 worth of drinks and lost $20 on the slots so that was OK. Barking dogs kept us up all night...
Older park in a beautiful setting. Free DVD and VCR library offsets the lack of a single TV station or cellphone signal. The bathrooms were clean but unheated which for a winter stay was a bit tough. Washer and dryer were good and only 25 cents per cycle. Clubhouse was a bit small but clean. We found the office people to be fine but the price a bit high for off season. We thought the spa should have been open for winter but was not. Pool was closed for the season. Geese were indeed a bit too much, thought about having goose for dinner. Overall found the park above average compared to other Arizona parks we've visited.