Thought the name was a hoot! The weather was awful - pouring down rain which diminished our experience here. Otherwise our site faced the river and it was a nice area. Sites all seem to be slanted so leveling was a challenge. We would probably come back in better weather. Typical COE park - well maintained. Rate was for Golden Age Pass.
Park is old and run down and check-in staff was not the most welcoming. Park is 1-1/2 blocks from Graceland (we were shocked at the area of town it was in - quite run down). We asked for phone # to Graceland and lady at desk looked at us like we were nuts. So we asked for a phone book and if there were any brochures (got those). But since the park is so close to Graceland we thought they would have lots of visitors inquiring about it and would be able to give information about it. Would not stay here again.
Rate was for Camp Club USA. We were a tad worried as we drove through the neighborhood to get to this park, but it turned out to be a nice experience. The people were very friendly and we even got free coffee and donuts the next morning. If going through Amarillo again we would stay here.
We were meeting friends going east - we were headed north and this was the best town to meet. I was worried about what this CG would be like and was very pleasantly surprised. Sites were large and nice. Even though it was near I-80 you could hardly hear the noise. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Price for what you get is great - wish we knew there were electric only sites for $17.50 as we could have done that and saved even a little more on rates.
We stayed here under Coast to Coast for 2 weeks, hence the $10 rate. Site are ok, but could use a little work - it was hard to get our 40' MH level in our pull thru site. We decided to stay in the non-50 amp section as it was up a hill and all gravel with no trees. Wi-fi was spotty - used our Verizon instead. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again unless they drop Coast to Coast like were told they may do.
We stayed here under Passport to save some money - not worth it. Although the people are very friendly, there is no atmosphere and the place is totally overgrown with weeds. This park needs some serious upkeep.
We were going to stay here for 3 nights, but when we went to check in we found out their rates are not what they seem. Their rate sheet quotes standard, deluxe and premium sites with a beginning rate and then they (get this!) add $2.00/night to each rate for electricity. I wanted to laugh - who would bother to go to an RV park and not get electricity, especially in hot AZ! If I did not need electricity I would dry camp and save myself the entire cost of paying the cost of an RV park.
We were pleasantly surprised about this park as it was in downtown Salt Lake City and we normally shy away from KOA parks as being run down and too expensive. But this park was very nice and the staff was very helpful and friendly. We have a 40' motorhome with 3 slides and the site was a little tight but we could get in and put our slides out. We would stay here again as it is centrally located to get around the Salt Lake area.
We stayed here using Passport America which is a good thing because our space was supposedly a premium one, but we were way in the back of the park so our view was a dumpy trailer park over the fence to the left and the back of the manager's manufactured house and propane tank to the front and right. The free WiFi worked very poorly at our site. There was also a lot of road noise. This was so not a premium site! When we originally placed our reservation we asked for 4 nights and only stayed 2 because when we checked in they told us the Passport rate was good for 2 nights on, one night off, etc. so they wanted $44.00 for the "off night". Our Passport book was from 2006 and evidently they had changed their rules so we were unaware until we got there. The manager (son of the owners) was extremely nice about everything, but the father was rude and basically told us we could afford to pay their rate based on the rig we were driving which is irrelevant as we feel we are the ones to decide how we spend our money and this park is not worth the rate they are charging.
We camped here using Passport America so our rate was half price otherwise I am not sure the full rate would have been worth it as most of the facilities were closed for the season. This park could be a really nice park, but it needs some TLC. The manager was grumpy and whenever we asked a question about where things were she said she had no idea. A good manager should be able to help guests with information about the area.
What a fabulous campground!! While it does not have sewer hook ups, we stayed for 10 days and conserved so that we only had to go to the dump station once. Being Georgia O'Keefe country, the scenery was unbelievably gorgeous. The camp hosts were wonderful and kept the weekend people under control. Great place to do day trips to other parts of that area. Very relaxing and we will return. (If you are 62 and have the National Park pass the rates are only $7 a night.