This is a national guard campground, and it is really nice. The wi-fi is the fastest that I have used in all my travels. It is all sand and pine trees which makes it beautiful for me. The post has a small post exchange so you can buy the small items that you may need. Spaces are somewhat close together, but it was not full, so there was no problem there. There were over 50 television channels on cable. I would stay again and would recommend it to anyone that comes this way. I am retired military so I do not know if a civilian can get in or not. There is a lake within walking distance and you can fish there if you want to.
This should be a last resort place to stop. The Wi-Fi was weak to none. The spots are on grass and they are wet when it rains. The office is nice, but that is about all I can say good about the campground. The bathrooms and showers are too far away to be of any use. Think they were placed for the cabin rentals. I would not stay here again. The rate is based on a weeks price.
This park is okay but I would not recommend it to anyone. The Wi-Fi is free for only 2 days and it is slow to none. If there was a fire here, all the campers would burn, that's how close they are placed. The side that is lake view, would never be available for over nighters as it is full of homesteaders. The sites are cleaned each time a camper leaves so that is about all I can say to the good side. My 30 dollar rate is based on one week rent.
This park has really improved over the last five years. You can see they put some money into improving it. The Wi-Fi was better than most parks that I have stayed in during the last 10 yrs of being on the road. The personnel are friendly and helpful. Our price is based on a week stay that we were here for my grandaugher's graduation and had a great time visiting with some relatives. The only bad things were the roads coming in. They were very bumpy and the RV park has gravel.
This is really a nice place to stay at. I do not know how the negative rating got on here. The sites are level side to side and only had to adjust front to rear as in most places. The check in lady was nice and helpful and full of advice. The bathrooms were spotless at 11 am. I used Verizon air card and internet could not have been faster. The sites are close to gather but lots of pretty green grass between them, cut to golf course appearance. I would stay here gladly when coming through.
This is a good place for a night or two, but hard to find. It is about 2.5 miles off the main road and no signs pointing the way. As in about all RV parks the Wi-Fi was very weak, about 3 bars, but my Verizon air card worked great. The lady that checked us in was very friendly. The parking spaces are white rock and grass, fairly level though. I would stay here again if coming this way.
This is one of the better campgrounds that I have camped in and I have been 10 yrs RVing. Some of the friendliest mangers I have met. The sites are fairly level and the top row of pull through are white rock. Has a pretty lake to view from a small distance. The bathrooms and showers were spotless. I would camp here again if coming through.
the park is pretty and easy to in and out. Lots of local TV channels. Man on gate was friendly and helpful. Only thing bad about it is the airplanes about ever 10 minutes or so. I think we were directly under the flight pattern. Of course the name is Airport COE. My 12 dollar camping fee is due to being over 62 with a golden age passport.
This RV park is in very bad shape and should not be open. The roads have deep pot holes everywhere. The sites are narrow and utilities are on the wrong side for hooking up. My rate is based on a monthly stay of $355 per month. The lady that works nights is very friendly. There are no rules in this park, but it is quiet, and all dogs are on a leash.
This park does not live up to the park's advertisement . It is not a resort, just a big field. The monthly rate is about two hundred a month too high. I would not recommend this park for anyone unless you have no other place to stay due to the cost.
The sites are long and very unlevel. The Wi-Fi is very slow. About the only thing good is the price. The cars drive about 25 MPH or more through here so I do not how it is family friendly. The lady that checked us in was very friendly and helpful. From the reviews it was the better one in this area.
This is a Texas size park with large spaces and wide open sky view of the stars at night. The lady that checked us in was very friendly and helpful. It is close to lots of food places. They have everything except cable TV but lots of local channels on antenna. Would for sure recommend this park for anyone.
It is a good park for a visit or long term. The sites are long and wide. Wireless works good and the cable has about 60 channels. There is a lot of noise from the airplanes landing and taking off, but acceptable. The check-in is very pleasant and the nice lady is friendly. Would for sure stay here again if in the area.
This is a nice friendly park to stay at, but not level side to side. The wireless worked better than most parks we have been in and the electric and water are okay. The lady that checked us in is really nice and friendly. The men's bathroom only has one stool, two showers, and a urinal but not stocked with toilet paper. Would stay again if in the area.
A very nice park for a short stay. There is no cable TV and very limited local. If you get wireless it cost but I guess they need the money. The rec. room is really nice; of course there is lots of pay games, but lack pool and pinball. Very nice and friendly check-in. Would stay again if this way. There is lots of food places about 7 miles on toward Albuquerque.
The park is okay but nothing to brag about. My site was not level side to side. The wireless internet is slow. everything is loose gravel. but what can you say, it's a koa and they are mostly all over priced for what you get.The swimming pool had about 6 inches in the bottom. The back row bathrooms were closed for the season it said. Will try a different rv park if I come back through here.
This is a nice park in looks but that is all. The sites are not level from side to side or front to rear. The cable is very limited and half of that is out of order. The shade some have stated is a little tree about 10 ft tall at each site. The train is loud and runs most of the time. Nice area and easy off and on of I-40.I did not visit the bath rooms as they are up hill and up some steps, sure not for people with trouble walking like me.
This is a nice park but does not have much extra, just a place to park your RV while visiting this part of California. You have to pay five dollars/day for wireless internet and cable TV is only 21 channels. I would not use it for a home base due to cost and lack of things to do at campground. This place is for military, retired personnel.
This is a good place to stop for a rest. It is gravel and dusty. The wireless network works okay most times. The sites are narrow and long enough to have a tow vehicle in the same space. If the park was full you would not be able to open your slide if your neighbor had one. There are auto races each night ending at 11 pm so you may need ear plugs. They take Good Sams and AAA cards for a 5 dollar discount, other wise the rate is 25 dollars a night. I would stay here again if need be.
This is okay for a short stay. The park has a run down appearance and bad roads. The grass site was level. I could not get wireless internet so don't know if they have it or not. The cable for television was not really good as some channels did not come in clearly and some came and went. The lady that checked us in was nice. I would say this park is better than some in town and at least has 50 amp service.
This is a nice laid out park. The sites are level and all on blacktop. As most RV parks the Wi-Fi does not work most times. There is some space between campers for a picnic table, but they are on loose gravel. My Verizon air card worked really well, internet was no problem. The rest rooms and showers were nice and clean but dated. Seems a little high for this place, but its one of the better ones in this area.
Park is okay on the blacktop side. Spaces are large enough for my 43 foot trailer with parking space for my truck. Wi-Fi is slow to none connection. The main bath room is not large enough for this campground but lots of bathrooms and showers scattered around the marina. The main one is clean and well taken care of, the others show their usage. Lots of things to do around here, so we stayed a week. Saw the seals, science building with the octopus being fed, etc. Had a good time and would come back.
This is a good place to visit Astoria and it's attractions, and is a clean campground. The showers and bathrooms were not cleaned for at least 3 days that I know of. I gave it a 3 due to no Wi-Fi and dirty bathrooms/showers. The cable for TV is good and lots of channels. Do not come in before 2pm, as they will not give you the key to the electric box.
This park has large sites and a great club house. The prices are okay for this area. The nightly rate including TV and Wi-Fi is around 41 dollars. It is not on the beach but you can wade through tall weeds and get to it. The view is really nice. It is kind of hard to find, as there are no signs other than the one on the side of the road: and it is small.
This park is a place to stay while visiting the most NW point of the Continental USA. The park sure lacks maintenance, commodes stopped up, lots of dogs and the few sites here all burn wood outside. Neighbors fire ring was 5 ft from my trailer. Had a problem with that. This park is not on the water but close. Can see the bay from my window and its about a hundred yards from me. I would not stay here again due to the dusty roads and the run down appearance of the campground.
Beautiful setting with flowers at each site and a fishing pond.The lady that checked us in was very friendly. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked great. The only thing I did not like was the size of the sites. With my slide out extended I was 3 ft from the neighbor. If he had a slide out we would not have made it. Can't put the awning out due to space. I would stay here again if needed.
We made reservations for this park with 50 amp full hook up. When we got there a young man put us in site 5. We did not check before setting up but the electric was only 30 amp. When we went back to the office there was an older man and he said he did not have a 50 amp available. When we said that we had made reservations for 50 amp he became very abusive and told me to get my rig out of his campground. This campground sits just below the freeway and is jam in with maybe a 5 ft space between campers. I would not recommend this place to my worse enemy.
A beautiful RV resort. It may be a lake but all I could see is lily pads. Great check in and our site is not what I remembered stating I wanted which was a pull through. There was lots of them available but I was given a back in. It was situated where I could look out my back window and see all the lily pads. As the same with all RV parks the Wi-Fi was no good. Could not even get a signal. We stayed here so as to visit Mt St Helen's.
This is a great park for overnight or how ever long you may want to stay. The lady that checked us in was very helpful and friendly. I could not get the Wi-Fi to connect, but my verizon card worked great. The spaces are narrow, but we had a pull through that was 70 ft so we did not have to unhook. I would stay here again.
This is a nice park in appearance but lack all other campgrounds the Wi-Fi is too weak for connections. The sites are close together on the pull through sites. All hookups are good and the lady in the office is friendly. Had a great view of the lake.
This is a good place to spend the night. Check in was easy. There is wi-fi but I could not get a signal good enough to connect and I was in space 35. The sites are long enough that I did not have to unhitch but so narrow I had to walk on the next site to hook up electric, water,etc. There is lots of freeway noise from I5 but I just turned my hearing aid off so I had no problems with it,I can see where it would bother most people. There is nice trees but not large enough to be much shade.
Do not even pull in to this campground. It's noisy at all hours of the night with motorcycles, loud cars, and fireworks. The homeless people wander through the park night and day digging in the dumpsters and stealing anything that's not locked. My daughter lost her bicycle. The Wi-Fi will not connect and only shows 1 bar when it shows anything. The only thing going for this park is friendly staff and the price.
This campground is huge, uncoordinated and dusty. We reserved a 50 amp, big rig space a month in advance, and when we got here they gave me a 30 amp. Got it changed and a young man on a golf cart took us to one that was still occupied. Went back to the office and was told that no one should be on that space. The young man came back and told us he had taken us to the wrong site. We tried again and finely found it. Spend the next half hour trying to get into it. Huge trees and close together campers are hard to get around. I would not recommend this place to anyone. The prices are too high and the park is highly over crowded.
This is a military RV park and for active duty, retires and 100 percent disable veteran. The Wi-Fi works great and all sites are concrete pads. It is a very nice park with free movies at the theater. Its a place to stay while visiting Virginia city and lake Tahoe.
The only thing good about this park is the price of 15.00 plus tax. The cable doesn't work. The Wi-Fi does not work in site 10. The parking lot is gravel with huge pot holes and rocks. Check in was easy and you get two free drinks if you want them. The casino is full of smoke smell and people hanging around the front door smoking. It makes it very unpleasant for us nonsmokers. I doubt I would stay in Ely again as all the campgrounds are about the same.
This is one of the better KOA's. Lots of trees and green grass to make it pretty and relaxing. The check in lady was very pleasant and helpful. I would rate this park higher except the Wi-Fi is really slow. I used the Verizon air card and it was slow too. I would stay here again if need be as it is an oasis in the desert.
Nice clean park. The check in was great and the ladies informative. The Wi-Fi was too slow to fool with and I was almost next to the office. There are paved roads, but the sites are gravel. We had a long pull-through site so we did not have to disconnect. I would stay here again if need to.
This is one of the friendliest park I have been in. The two ladies that checked us in could never be beat for hospitality. The rate is 36 dollars but there is room and state tax added on makes it about 40 dollars a night. The campground is very clean and well maintained. I would stay here again if traveling through the area.
The check in people were nice, but money hungry. They move campers between spaces and share the same electric pole so there is not enough for either one. They flies bite so bad that my daughter could not use the pool. The entrance is decorated nice but that is all. Sites are hard to get into and out of with a long trailer (43 ft) without hitting trees or someone else's rig. I would not come here again.
This park is all gravel but serves the purpose for a day or week. The man that owns it help my daughter set up our camper and he is very friendly. the pool did not have any water in it yet, maybe later. The park owner has a garage in pueblo and he is going to put some air bags on my f250 king cab. They have only owned this place for 2 months and making lots of improvements. The water comes from a well and has a bad taste so bring you some drinking water. I would recommend this place to anyone. It is also a Passport America camp ground so my rate per day was 13.50
Manager/owner comes in around 11 or 11:30 am, and the office remains open until 7 pm. Very polite manager but he has different rules for different people. Sites are close together but they have grass and one small tree. After checking other campgrounds in the area, this one was cheaper and cleaner than most. Would stay again if needed to.
A good little park for a short stay. There are level sites with a small amount of grass between sites. The Manager is a heavy smoker and office smells like a tobacco barn. I could not go in there so my daughter registered us. She said that he was smoking all during registering us and very very slow doing it. The mens restroom was scary due to it being dark and used for a storage area of old outdated items. It did not appear to have been cleaned in a long while.
This is an ok campground for a night or so. Prices are reasonable. Nice green grass and our site was one row in from the river so we had a nice big front yard as we were on the last space on that row.The people that checked me in were great. Was escorted to the site. Would stay again.
The campground is okay. It used to be really great but with all the cutbacks it is getting seedy. There is suppose to be a 30 day limit and extended if medical is needed. There is one camper there that has an upside down satellite dish on top of it and I know its been there over 4 years as I check it out each year when I come back for the winter and it is always in the same spot month after month. Guess it's all in who you know.
This is a great old park. Everything is old including the bathrooms and showers. They are wiped down sometimes. People with dogs let them do their business where ever they want to and nothing is done about it. Their rate is 275.00 per month including 50 amp electric. 30 amp is cheaper. We stayed 3 months and only left because we couldn't wash our trailer and it gets filthy from all the birds and dust. We would stay again but only for a month at a time.