A very friendly park with basic facilities with a lot of return campers. The rec room has a laundry and showers. The Wi-Fi worked well, but you need to be able to see the Rec Hall to have best service. Campers are very friendly and have Pot Luck Dinners on a regular basis. If you are fishing the Cimmaron River or Eagle Nest Lake, this is the place. I would come back for another visit.
Yes, it's a large park with a lot of concrete. At least you aren't scraping trees and dealing with leaves everywhere. They allowed my 4 retired racing greyhounds, when the other highly rated park only wanted walking house slippers, not real pets. We always pickup the stray dog waste that we come across (stray waste is most likely from the house slippers whose owners don't think they need to pick up their dog's waste). Cable TV works well and Wi-Fi is good. The commercial airport noise is acceptable. However we were greeted by a flight of 4 Navy F-15s taking off from the Naval Air Station while hooking up. Loud can't even describe it. They made 4 passes or touch & goes at the NAS. I know that military aircraft are a lot more noisy than commercial aircraft, but there is a reason for it. I saluted the flight and said, "Thanks for protecting us." We would stay here again.
Stayed 4 nights at the Passport American rate. It was a bargain. Full price might not be such a good deal ($38). Everyone was friendly. The Saturday/Sunday breakfast in the rec room was nice. The roads could use some re-work, but the sites were very large and deep. My 40ft motorhome fit nicely and had room to park my full sized truck at the side. I had no problems levelling even though the site was grass. Good location if you are a fisher person. Other parks might be better if you are not a member of Passport America. Wi-Fi worked well, but is a pay service. Cable TV was OK, but we supplemented with Satellite TV. We would/will stay here again.
Nice, new park, however, very expensive. The spaces are a bit small in length if you have a MH and a toad. The pull thrus require you to unhook and park your toad in the parking space provided. Had I known this, I would have opted for a back-in and saved some money. The grounds are pristine and the Wi-Fi & cable work well. The rate shown is the "special" rate and I was told the normal rate for a pull-thru is $55 night. When I tried to use Passport America, they refused to honor it, even through they are in the PPA book and on the web site. We have paid more for a site, but that was in downtown New Orleans, about 3 blocks from the French Quarter, not Biloxi, Ms. Although tents are not allowed, we saw something that looked like a tent on steroids, with a window AC hanging out the side and electric cords running to the pedestal. For what you get for the $$, we won't be back.
Nice, clean park. Everything works. Yes, a lot of concrete, but if it wasn't there, there would be a lot of MUD...concrete is better than mud. Friendly office staff and telephone people. We used Passport America for 2 nights @ $15.00 and then the rate went to $28.00. Weekly rates of $125 are very good and should be used even if you are staying only 5 nights. Given the facilities, clean area and sites, we felt it was a very good bargain for the $$ Cable TV is $1/night (strange) and pay Wi-Fi, which works very well. Guess I'd rather pay for internet access and have it work than have slooow internet that's free... Road signage to Aransas Pass is a bit confusing due to the construction on US 181 and Tx 361/Tx 35. We don't think this is a knock against the park. Fault Texas road construction. We certainly will be back and might spend a month here in the upcoming winter.
Camped here two nights...Passport American one night and 10% discount on the 2nd. Easy access and no problems getting out. Friendly people and nice $2.50 cooked breakfast on Saturday morning. However, some goat heads, (stickers), that my dogs picked up. We didn't experience all that much interstate noise, but did hear some. The place needs to be weed whacked around the concrete borders that outline all the spaces. Good location to restaurants and wonderful Texas Hill Country views...I saw the platinum sites...NOT for me. We camped in a gold site which was close by and very very long (nice :-)). We would stay there again if we went back to that part of Texas.
Nice park with good pull through access. I was able to get both my motorhome and full sized pickup toad in the site without hanging out in the pathway. Good facilities for pets, but the rocks hurt my dog's feed. As was previously mentioned, watch out for the prickly pear cactus. The park is landscaped (?) in a natural high desert manner. I would have given it at least a 9, but paying for WiFi at the rates paid wouldn't support a 9 or better. Not a park for kids...meaning no playground or pool. I didn't see any kids in my stay. I'd probably return.
Rate shown is a Camp Club 50% discount. Nice park, easy in and out. Just off I-40. Some road noise, but not bad. Didn't notice any airport noise. Other reviews commented on the feed lot smell. Well, that's Amarillo and whole town gets covered by the odor if the wind is out of the East. I would have given them a 10, but the Wi-Fi isn't free. We'll stay here again for sure if in the area.
We stayed here for 9 nights. Nice location, somewhat small sites and cramped roads. We tried to make reservations via the internet, but when we called to confirm them, we were told that they would get around to looking at them later in the day, but that there was a lot of room so come on in. We checked in for 2 days (and later extended for 7 more days). 2 days later, we got an email DECLINING our reservation because we travel with 4 retired, rescued racing greyhounds. Their "limit" was 2 dogs per RV. No one said ANYTHING to us the whole time we were here (9 days) about our dogs, while other were yipping and barking and leaving waste on the ground (which we picked up). The Wi-Fi only worked up near the main buildings, which was a pain. Finally, we got a rather irate email, upon returning home, that we have left some waste bags in a convenient bar-b-que grill. We were in a hurry to leave and the dumpsters were very overloaded. We just placed them where we had seen others place their bags. Not like it's a big deal for their people to remove them when there was room in the dumpsters. Needless to say, we'll NOT stay here again.
This is truly a great park. Nice wide sites, easy access in and out. Friendly check-in and reasonable prices, given all the features. There is vegetation near each site and even a privacy wall, if you choose one of the jacuzzi sites, which we did not. We didn't think it was a large parking lot, as others have characterized the place. We'll stay here again on our next pass through Tucson.
This is an OK park which we stayed two nights to explore Quartzite. Everything worked fine and is as advertised. I couldn't find any internet access, but didn't go to the office to ask and only tried my laptop's Wi-Fi system. It was very dusty when we were in town, which is a feature of Quartzite, I guess. If we were to return to Quartzite, we would stay here, but after viewing the baren landscape of Quartzite, I seriously doubt that we will return and just keep on trucking down IH-10 in the future.
We really enjoyed the Moss Landing RV Resort. It is a small, but extremely nice park. The managers were very friendly and even went out of their way to remember the names of our four greyhounds. We had no issues, like another reviewer, who tried to cancel a reservation after checking in. The no-refund policy is clearly stated in the literature given to us upon check-in. The park is near great restaurants in Moss Landing, the marine life reserve on Elkhorn Slough and not that far from Monterey and Carmel. We saw sea otters and seals in the marina just next door. I gave the Park a 9 because I could not connect to the Wi-Fi from inside my coach. I had to move to a picnic table up by the office. I discussed this with the manager who said there would be a new Wi-Fi booster installed on the laundry room after the sale of the park closed with the new owner. We will stay here again next year on our return to the Central Coast of California.
We stayed here as part of a larger Greyhound Gathering in Solvang. The check-in was quick and friendly. We later added a couple of days to our stay as we enjoyed the area so much. About the only negative I could find would be that the Premium sites are dirt, with leaves, which get a heavy dew on them nightly. We tracked a lot of junk into the motorhome as we had to take out hounds outside on a regular basis. We will stay here on our next trip to the Central Coast area in 2008.
One of the few parks in the Dewey Beach area. For a state park, is very nice. Easy access, nice wide pull thrus, with full hookups. No cable tv or Internet with spotty regular TV service. Access to the beach, fishing and the activities of the Dewey/Rehobeth area are either in walking distance or a short drive. The weather was terrible when we were there. A NorEaster blew in and brought high tides (there was a full moon), high winds in excess of 50 mph and lot's of rain. We were in the middle of the park and didn't have problems. Sites closer to the bay and tidal flats did get about 3"-4" of water for several hours until the tide reversed and the water receded. The camp hosts were nice. We would stay there again, if in the area. Would be a great summer vacation.
We stayed here for 2 nights (over Halloween). Nice, new, clean park, close to the French Quarter. Expensive at $69, but they honor several discounts for 10%. Good wi-fi and cable (free), easy in and easy out (back-in) and full hookups. Good security, but it was a bit concerning to see armed security guards patrolling the park. There is a nearby housing project which could, possibly, cause problems. Also somewhat spooky, on Halloween, to look over the fence and see one of New Orleans above ground cemetaries. The owner was present a lot of the time and they provide a cab voucher for a free cab ride back from the Quarter. We were on the north end, close to I-10. It was definitely noisy. In October, 2006, New Orleans needs another 18-24 months to get rebuilt and on it's feet. We'll return again, but it will be a while.
Nice place for a stop over on I-20 just west of Shreveport. Cable TV and full hookups and they honor the Good Sam Card. $22.37 with tax for one night. Easy in and out. You can also take the back way out to Kelly's Truck Stop if you can't make the turn with a big-rig. We'd stay here again.
This is nice, older, park located off US 19. We stayed in a long pull thru up at the front of the park. Farther back, are some nicely shaded back-ins that offer better protection from the noise of the busy Highway 19. They allowed us to stay with our greyhounds although their stated policy is "small dogs only". There were several other larger dogs also in residence when we were there. The staff was very friendly and were "snowbirds" from the Mid-West. The laundry is large and their restrooms/showers were very clean and well maintained. There was a mix of longer term residents and those, like us, just passing through or enjoying a short stay in the area. We would stay there again, if passing through, although the traffic on US Hwy 19 is very very bad, so do not expect to get anywhere quickly, expecially during rush hour.
This is a nice clean park. We were able to make the turns to get back to our site, but we ended up backing in and moving over a site due to some tight spots in the back of the park. The staff was helpful getting us into the site. There is a nice lake and good dog walking area. The rates are a bit high (even with the KOA Value Card), but it we stayed there during the October Daytona BiketoberFest which drove up rates on all camp grounds within a 75 mile radius of Daytona. We would stay here again to explore the St. Augustine area.
We stopped here on the way to Ft. Lauderdale from St. Augustine. Most of the spots were taken by permanent residents. Some of these residents were a bit scary (one guy was living in a van with a tarp thrown over the side as a room extension). We made the turns OK with the motorhome after dropping the towed. Fair interior roads and not much for scenic viewing, but everything worked OK. The water has a lot of iron in it due to being well water. Thus the yellow tint from the water. I bought a water filter in the store, which was actually about $2 cheaper than Wal-Mart for the same filter. The pool looked clean, but we didn't go into the shower area. There is a nice convenience store at the registration office. It must be the closest beer store as a lot of people were stopping in just to buy beer for the Sunday football game viewing. They allowed our greyhounds which is nice as lot's of Florida parks do not allow larger dogs of any breed. If we needed a spot to overnight, we'd stay here again. It is not a "destination" park by any means.
I called several days before my reservation and easily made the reservation. Nothing was mentioned about a 2 day reservation cancellation policy. I found the park in the "Big Rig" RV Park Guide that was given to me by my dealer. As my trip unfolded, I was not going to be able to stay in Albuquerque as planned. I called 9 hours before the "normal" 6:00pm reservation deadline, when a reservation is guaranteed via credit card. I was told that I could not be given a refund on the $30 reservation hold fee because they had a 2 day cancellation policy. I later checked their web site and found no mention of a 2 day reservation cancellation fee. I am sure this is a great park, given the previous reviews, just make sure you either cancel before their hidden deadline or go ahead and use your reservation. Also, "Wi-Fi Available" means there is a charge to use the wireless internet.