This is a lovely park and the setting makes up for some shortcomings. We booked a pull through on line but there were none when we arrived at 12:30 pm. However, staff did help us back in so that worked out. There are lovely mature trees and plenty to do for all ages. Our site was spot on level and hook ups worked. We had no sewer hook up, but we knew that when we booked the site. The price for a full hook up site was over $70 per night at this time of year. We consider that rather high. We'll use the dump station and back in to save $30 per night. We would stay here again.
We took a space at this park because the KOA Lakeside park was full. At first we were disappointed to not get our first choice. However, we were pleasantly surprised with this nice little park. The sites are short and it is best to unhook your tow vehicle before leaving the check in office. The car needs to be parked at angle to the rig. That was our only issue and we were able to adjust to it. The location of the park more than makes up for the small sites. We would stay here again.
This is our second stay at this park and it is a nicely kept city park. The staff is helpful and friendly and it is located near the things that folks come to Salt Lake City to see. The sites are a bit narrow but we made it work. Currently North Temple is undergoing construction so getting in and out of the park is tricky but that will not last forever. We would camp here again.
This is a lovely little park three miles out of town, so it is the only place around. Nights are quiet and the small size of the park makes it friendly. Our site was level and all hookups worked fine. Kind of expensive, however. The hosts are very nice and helpful. Park is constantly being maintained to keep it in the best condition. We would camp here again.
This park is all about location. To be in the National Park is great. The sites are big enough and very shady. There is no Wi-Fi at the RV sites but it is available at the cafe and restaurant. Our AT&T phone signal was weak but functional. The scenery is amazing. It's hard to get into unless you reserve well ahead of time. We lucked out and got three nights in a row due to a cancellation. We would camp here again.
This park is very nice with large level sites and good hookups. The cable TV is rather limited but we did not come to watch TV anyway. The Wi-Fi is adequate and free. The spaces are quite large and there are tall, shade trees everywhere. The Wind River runs along the back of the park. The town of Dubois is charming and has plenty of good eating places. We would camp here again.
Nice small park surrounded by beautiful scenery. All hookups work and site is level. Wi-Fi works well and satellite TV signal is good. Our AT&T I phones work well, too. Great place for a stop on the way to Salt Lake City.
This is a nice campground in the desert in eastern California. We stopped for one night and it was more than adequate for our needs. It was very hot and the pool was a great way to get refreshed while the RV cooled off. Nearby is a great restaurant called Peggy Sue's 50's Diner.
This is one of our favorite places to stay. Our only complaint is the quality of the Wi-Fi. Once the weekend crowd arrived we could hardly get a signal at all. Sites are well kept and level. Hook ups worked well and the views are great. The park hosts are very nice and we thoroughly enjoyed our time there.
This is a great place to get away from it all. The sites are gravel, level and large. The hookups are well placed and work well. The free Wi-Fi was a bit slow but was adequate. The area is very unpopulated so it is dark and quiet at night. The night sky is great for star gazing. The area is also great for bird watching. It is best to get gas in Lordsburg where there is a truck stop. The gas station in Rodeo is only open two days a week. The next closest one is in Animas which is a 28 mile round trip. There is a Wal-Mart in Douglas, AZ which is a 100 mile round trip and right on the border. Our AT&T phones had no service anywhere in the boot heel area. Picked up a signal in Douglas but that was Telcel (Mexican) which would be very expensive to use. We kept in touch with Wi-Fi on our computers. We will return here again.
This park is just great! Our site (#219) is level and large. The hookups work fine and are conveniently placed. The Wi-Fi is strong and free. The park is an environmentally friendly collection of 7 small lakes made from recycled waste water. It is a municipal water district park and is a real find both for amenities and price in this area. It is quiet at night and lively with the sounds of families enjoying this beautiful spot during the day. I highly recommend this park and we will be back here as often as we can make it.
This is our third stay at this park. It is mostly park models but they are well maintained and the grounds are very nice. There is road noise although it was drowned out by our air conditioner which was running constantly. Summer is off season in Yuma since it gets very hot. Most of the park models and the RV spaces were empty because of the summer heat. Come winter the snowbirds come back and the place is bustling. The rates go up too. This was a one night stop on the way to San Diego and we will stay here again.
We stayed at this park when it was owned by Beaudry and we loved it then and it is just as nice now. The citrus trees are still here. The sites are large, level and well maintained. The on site restaurant is very good. The Wi-Fi is free and strong. The rates vary with the season. Winter rates are the highest and summer the lowest. The staff is friendly and helpful. We will stay here again and again.
This is our kind of park. It has nice wide sites and full hookups. The park is small and quiet with great views and spectacular sunsets as well as a dark sky at night for star gazing. It is about 6 miles from Taos so you need a car or truck to get around and see the town. The park is typical desert landscaping with small shrubs. The owners are very nice and helpful and provide all kinds of information about the area. We would gladly stay here again.
This park is right next to I-25 so there is some road noise. We were several rows back from the street so the noise was not that bad. On the plus side, the park is easy to find and get to since you can see it right from the highway. The park is fairly large and borders Fountain Creek. It is somewhat overpriced, but this being high season, it was the best we could find within 75 miles of Denver. It is a typical KOA with gravel fairly level sites and working utilities. Wi-Fi is free but unsecured and seems to be adequate.
This park is in the heart of the small city of Raton. As KOA's go, it is fine but not exceptional. All hookups work fine and our site was just a bit off level. Wifi was good and free and there is cable but we did not use it since we have our own satellite system. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if in the area.
We liked this park very much. It is well maintained and sites are level. The Railrunner train which goes to Santa Fe stops right at the entrance of the park. The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is very close by and there are shuttles that will take you to the casino/hotel where there are several restaurants. Wifi worked well and all hookups were fine and easy to use. The sewer hookup was a bit to the rear of the site but our sewer hose reached it no problem. We would stay there again and probably will when the weather gets cooler in the fall.
This is a well maintained park. Sites are very long but a bit narrow. However, there are landscaped spaces between the sites. The sites are level and the hookups are well placed and work fine. Can't comment on the WiFi since we have our own as well as our own satellite TV. The park is a short walk to the casino which has a decent restaurant with a buffet. There is also a gas station and convenience store and a McDonald's right next to the casino hotel. The park is within sight of I-40 but not so close as to have lots of road noise. There are no picnic tables or other amenities. There is a clubhouse with restrooms and showers, which we did not use. We would stay here again.
Very nice park. Well maintained and clean. Staff is friendly and helpful. We were just staying overnight so we were in a paved overnight space which was long enough and wide enough for a large rig towing. Since it was New Year's Eve there was a party in the "Barn" which is their function room. We did not attend but were invited to. We were able to purchase propane which we needed since it was very cold especially for southern Arizona. We would stay here again. Rate is for Passport America.
This is a neat, clean, well maintained park with roomy, level sites. There are planned activities and various function rooms available for rallies. The park is about 50 miles west of Phoenix and not really near much of anything, but is a great overnight stop. The staff is friendly and efficient. The pull through sites are a bit narrow for a motorhome, but we were able to deal with that. We would stay here again but mainly as an overnight stop on our way to California.
This is a great park, especially if you play golf. The landscaping is very nice and the setting is quite pretty. This being the winter, the place is full of snowbirds. Many of them are from Canada and other cold places. The seasonal folks are very friendly to the overnight people and the park models and other RV's that are here permanently are well kept. The Wi-Fi is free and works great. The hookups are fine. The sites are fairly small and only back ins. Also ours was not level since the road was sloped. Passenger side was higher than driver's side even with leveling blocks. Since we were only staying two nights, we chose to put up with it. But if you are coming, bring plenty of leveling materials since many streets appear to be slightly sloped. If there were pull though sites and the sites were more level I would give this park a 10. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is our second time staying at this park. It is very nice with paved streets, level sites and free Wi-Fi. The staff is helpful and pleasant. There is a very good restaurant right in the park. All in all a very nice place to stay. Only negative is there is some road noise and a lot of loud sirens in the area. But other than that no complaints. We would gladly stay here again.
As others have said, the main great things about this park are the location and view. It is right on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The area is quite nice and shops and restaurants are close by. The sites are blacktopped and narrow. It kind of looks like a parking lot with hookups, but it is close to San Francisco. So it gets high marks for location and setting, and lower marks for site amenities. We would stay here again.
This little park is a nice place to stop on the way to San Francisco from Los Angeles. It is 200 miles from San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento. It has long pull throughs with grass in between. It is located at a truck stop where there are two large gas stations, two convenience stores and a Baja Fresh restaurant. All in all a great overnight stopping point. We would stay here again.
This is the nicest KOA we have ever stayed at. The grounds are beautiful. There are lots of amenities, and the employees are friendly and helpful. The Wi-fi works great. Our only problem was being unable to use our roof top satellite dome because of all the tall trees in the park. But cable TV is available which makes up for the lack of reception over our satellite system. We don't give very many 10's but this park gets one from us. We would gladly stay here again.
This is our second time staying here. It is mostly park models and semi-permanent residents. It is well maintained and nicely landscaped. The office staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are gravel with concrete patios. They are a bit on the small side, but adequate for a short stay. All that being said, a large negative is the noise. The short term sites are near the entrance to the park and the road noise is constant. There is also a military base nearby with low flying jets causing very loud noise during the day. So because of the incessant noise, I have marked the rating down.
This park is fine for a short stay. The sites are gravel, level and roomy enough. The Wi-fi and all hookups worked just fine. The surrounding neighborhood is a bit run down, but nothing that looks dangerous. Very close to the interstate so there was road noise, and every so often train noise, too. There is not much to see in the area so it serves as a good overnight on the way to somewhere else. We would stop here again.
This park is about 10 miles west of the city of Tucson. The scenery is great and the area is quiet. It is close to the Saguaro National Park West and the Sonora Desert Museum. We stayed in a pull through site in the front of the park so there was some road noise during the day. Sites near the back of the park are all back ins and really have an away from it all feel. No credit cards are accepted, but checks are. The sites are large and covered with course gravel which is rather hard to walk on. Our site was a bit off level but we were able to correct for it with leveling blocks. The water, electricity and sewer hookups work fine, but are placed at the back of the site. All in all it is a very nice park for views, nature and stargazing. Also the price is reasonable. There is no cable TV and the Wi-Fi did not work for us because of our distance from the office. Since we have our own Wi-Fi and a satellite dish, we were OK with these limitations. If you need Wi-Fi you might want to get a site nearer the office. We would camp here again.
This is a very nice KOA park. It is desert but we had trees all around our site. The sites are gravel and ours was level. All utilities work fine. The Wi-Fi was strong and free. There is some road noise since the park is close to some main roads. It is also near all necessary shopping and restaurants. The scenery is great and the area is nice. We would stay here again.
We stopped here for an overnight and it is fine for that. The park has all the basics and the staff is friendly and helpful. They held our site without a deposit since it was for one night. The park is just about full of snowbirds so we really got a sense of how tight the spaces are. We were just barely able to get our 32' motorhome with small toad into the space without having to unhook. The area is a bit rundown with a junkyard nearby. I-10 is close so there is road noise and every so often a train goes by and blows its horn. Nothing that would keep us awake, but still it just adds to the general noisiness. The sites are gravel, level and short. The Wi-Fi worked fine for us and we have our own satellite TV so that is not an issue. We would probably stay here again for an overnight, but would choose another place for a longer stay.
This park is adequate at best. It is a gravel lot with hookups, minimal landscaping, road noise and train noise. Hookups work well and water pressure is fine. There is free cable which we did not use because we have satellite. Don't know what the story is with Wi-Fi since we use our air card. Here for a group camp out but would not stay here again. It would be OK for an overnight stop, however since it has the basics.
This is our third time staying at this park. It has paved roads and gravel sites. There are some trees but not so many that you cannot get a satellite signal. Our site was a little off level so the gentleman who escorted us to our site helped us level it by supplying some blocks. There is a picnic table at each site. WiFi is free and signal is very good. We did not use the cable TV since we have satellite. All in all, a very nice park and convenient to Ruidoso casinos, restaurants and events. October is off season so it is very quiet, but pleasantly cool with fall foliage nearby. We would stay here again.
We really enjoyed this park. The area is quite scenic and the rock formations are unique. The night sky is wonderful for star gazing as long as it is not cloudy. However, there are no sewer hookups and no dump station because the subsurface rocks don't allow for it. That makes it hard to stay more than a couple of days before the tanks get full. It is a state park and we do not expect cable TV or Wi-Fi in such a remote place. Our dome satellite dish worked great and our Verizon air card also worked just fine. You need to come prepared to enjoy nature and some of the most unusual rock formations around but don't expect the kinds of amenities you get in a commercial park. It's location, location, location.
This park is well maintained and the sites are large and level. The hookups work well. The RV park WiFi was pretty slow so we used our Verizon card. There are a few over the air channels only one of which came in clear through our antenna. The surrounding area is pretty desolate, but it is 20 miles from Winslow and 35 from Flagstaff so there are places to go in either of those cities. It is much hotter here than in Flagstaff because of the difference in altitude. The whole park is gravel so it could get dusty in the wind. There are shade trees around the sites, but still pretty hot. The park has a convenience store, gas station and Mexican fast food restaurant. We would stay here again.
This is a clean, well maintained park with basic hookups, laundry, rest rooms, showers, and a pool. Sites are rather narrow although long enough for our 31 foot motorhome with toad attached. Sites are gravel and level. There are trees throughout the park. The sewer connection for our site was actually in the sitting area of the motorhome next to us, and I felt awkward about connecting a sewer hose right next to our neighbor's picnic table. There really needs to be more space between rigs to make this rate higher than a 7. Also there is no cable TV; however, there are 20 over the air channels that came in just fine with our antenna. They advertise free Wi-fi, but we did not use it so cannot comment on that. We would stay here again.
This park has the basics. All hookups work and the site is level. Wi-Fi is $2.00 per day extra, but we have our own Verizon card so we did not take the park Wi-Fi so cannot comment on how it works. Our Verizon card works very well here. Cable TV has plenty of channels and good reception. Only complaint with the park is that it is totally gravel, both roads and sites and it is pretty windy here, so there is blowing dust. Staff is helpful and friendly. Suits our needs for a two night stop.
This is a very well kept park with concrete pads and grass and trees in between. All hookups worked and site was level. It is on a main road so there is some road noise. The area is a residential neighborhood and open desert. Cable TV worked well and has plenty of stations and Wi-Fi also worked well. Seems to more of an adult park since there is no pool or playground area, however, children are allowed. All in all a very nice park for the price. We would camp here again.
This park is in a very nice setting. Lots of tall shade trees to the point that we had to have the lights on in the motorhome during the day. The park is right in front of snow capped Mount Shasta which is quite beautiful. We had a pull through site which was long enough to hold our 31 foot motorhome with toad attached. Site was level and all hookups worked, except for the WiFi. We had a Verizon aircard which worked just fine so the weak WiFi was not a problem for us. We stayed for one night on the way to Nevada from Oregon, and it is a good stopover. Park is in need of some updating, but all in all it was fine for our needs.
This is a beautiful RV resort in a beautiful setting. All hookups, cable TV and WiFi worked perfectly. We had a waterview site and we looked out our window on the marina full of boats. We arrived after closing and were greeted by the camp host who was friendly and very helpful. Nearby is a fish and chips restaurant. The food is great!
This is one of the quietest parks we have ever stayed in. It is nestled among giant redwoods, however, the park itself is open and sunny. Sites and roads are paved with well kept grassy areas between sites. WiFi is strong and free. There is no cable TV, so bring your satellite dish if you have one. Also we could not get phone service on our AT&T I phone. Laundry is clean and brand new. A really nice place to stop and enjoy the redwoods and other attractions of the area.
This campground is adequate. It has working hookups, good water pressure and good Wi-Fi. It has no television service at all. The sites are narrow and have what looks like crumbled asphalt as the base. There are small shade trees at some sites. We had a pull through which consists of two back to back back in sites used to create one pull through site. It was long enough for two RV's so we had plenty of room for our coach and toad. We were able to extend our slide, too. The best thing about this park is the location. Pleasanton is a lovely city with nice shops and restaurants and is close enough to visit San Francisco. The restrooms and showers were neither clean nor dirty. They are non-existent. There is also no laundry. Kind of pricey for what you get, but it is the only game in town. You know how that works out for the consumer. You get less and pay more for it.
This is an RV resort at RV park prices. It is a new, modern park with a beautiful office and restaurant building. The sites are level and have concrete patios and grass outside. The hookups, TV and WiFi work beautifully. We were only here for one night, but wished we could stay longer. Maybe next time. It is very sunny with very young trees, maybe they will give more shade as they get larger.
This is one of the nicest state parks we have stayed in. We had a pull through with water and electricity since we only stayed one night. If we were staying longer we would have taken a full hookup site. The sites are paved, level, and large. The hookups work just fine and the pull through sites look right out at the lake. It is a bit remote and neither our cell phones nor our Verizon air card had any service. It was very quiet. The lake is large, and we saw people water skiing and boating. Seems like a great place to spend a vacation especially if you like boating.
This is a very nice KOA located in a residential neighborhood. The sites are level and gravel. They are surrounded by large oleander bushes, and there is a tall shade tree at each site. The cable TV and wi-fi work great. The folks in the office are very nice. June is very hot in this part of Arizona so it is pretty quiet here. Kingman is a small city of about 50,000 including surrounding towns. There are plenty of stores and restaurants close by. All in all made a great two day stop on our way to San Francisco.
This little park is very nice. There is now an infinity pool and a full service restaurant. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is great. The park is right on the Pacific and has its own beach. It is quite small and friendly. It did not have Wi-Fi, but the owner's wireless modem was available for use if needed. Not the best Internet setup, but still OK for emergencies. All in all we loved staying here and highly recommend it anyone traveling in the area. Great stop on the way to Mazatlan.
This is a very nice park just across the street from the ocean. It caters to American and Canadian snowbirds. Although they claim not to have pull throughs, they allow folks to use certain spaces as pull throughs and we were given one of those, which was actually two spaces being used as one. Hard to explain, but it worked. There are some very big rigs in here. The park is mostly paved with some nice shade trees and a pool. Wi-Fi works well and is secure. We couldn't get much on the TV, but that is probably OK since we don't speak Spanish. We have a whole RV surge protector and it did trip once so the electricity is a little "iffy". Of course, DO NOT drink the water and you will need to sanitize your pipes after leaving Mexico, but that is a given when RVing here. Sewer connection is behind the RV rather than next to it, so bring some extra sewer pipe and an extender.
We stayed at this campground for one night on our way to Mexico. As others have said it is a bit dusty since the sites are just dirt. The Wi-Fi was fine, the cable TV was good and the electricity, water and sewer connections were fine, too. Not really fancy, but OK for an overnight.
Nice park. Everything worked fine. Staff is friendly and helpful. Sites are a bit narrow, but long enough for large motorhome and toad. Wi-Fi was good. Cable had 26 channels. Would have liked more cable channels, but reception was good. Would stay here again.
This park is fine for an overnight stay which is what we used it for. Sites are level and gravel. Small trees at each site, but otherwise no landscaping. Right near I-80 so there is considerable road noise. Wi-fi worked pretty well...was a bit slow. Cable TV works fine, but has only 13 channels. Staff was friendly and professional. Seems a bit overpriced for what there is, but was satisfactory for our needs.
This is a lovely park. Sites are level and quite roomy. Wifi works great and there are 75 cable channels. The staff is helpful and friendly and the store is large and well stocked. The park is near some highways so there is some road noise but nothing to keep you awake at night. It is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. Would have had a 10 without the road noise. We would definitely stay here again.
Nice small campground. Site's very level and location is very nice. Large trees throughout the park. Owners very helpful. Sites and roads are gravel with grass in between. There is a pool and hot tub, too. Wifi worked well. Cable TV has only 8 channels, but that was enough for us. Very peaceful. Would stay here again.
The best thing about this park is the location. It is only a few blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone which is what we came to see. The park has the basics; full hookups including cable TV. Wi-Fi at the site would cost $10 a day: pretty pricey for that. But there are internet cafes in town. We had a Verizon air card which worked just fine here. We had site 19 which was plenty long enough for our 31 foot rig and our toad. There were very tall evergreen trees around our site which shaded our rig. Would not be able to open our awning due to large trees, however. The view toward the back of the park is not so nice since there are old trailers next door, but we just looked the other way. The park is gravel and so are the sites. They appear to be quite level and all utilities work just fine. The manager lives on site and is very helpful. Although the price seems high, it is actually low for the area at this time of year We would stay here again.
This campground has the basics. The location is convenient to the interstate but far enough away that there is no highway noise. It is on the same road as various chain restaurants and hotels but about a mile away from them. The views are very nice and there are plenty of large trees throughout the park. There is no cable TV and only 6 local channels, none of which we could get with our antenna. The WiFi is free and works very well, however. The sites are fairly tight and sites and roads are gravel. Many sites are not level including ours. We were only here for one night so it was fine for what we needed. The staff is very good and helpful. It is a rather small park as KOAs go, but worked for us for a stopover. We would probably stay again but only as stopover.
This park is very nice and very busy. The staff is excellent and the setting is lovely...lots of trees and nice landscaping. The cable TV and Wi-Fi are great and the hookups are fine. The city has high water pressure so everyone is warned to use pressure regulators upon check in. It is very convenient to the downtown and Temple Square which is an interesting place to go whether you are a Mormon or not. The sites are paved and level with small grassy areas in between, however the sites are rather narrow so you are close to your neighbor. But this is a city park, so space is at a premium. There is a small barbecue food service truck on site which was recommended by our check in person...we found the food to be mediocre at best and not worth the cost of the dinner. However, there are plenty of restaurants nearby if you want to eat out. The laundry is clean and large...no waiting for machines or dryers. There are car and RV washing bays right in the park, too. It seems that this park is near the airport as there was both airplane and helicopter noise, but nothing that kept us awake. I have no idea what the previous reviewer meant about not feeling safe here. The surrounding area is commercial, but does not appear the least bit dangerous or troubling in any way. There are very few RV parks in Salt Lake City, so we would gladly stay here again and consider the cost fair given the amenities and the location.
This park gets a 10 for scenery and views. Location is away from the major highways so it is quiet. The sites are gravel and some are level and some are not (ours was) but I saw many rigs with leveling equipment...some class A's had the front wheels off the ground to get their rigs level. Sites are fairly short and roads are gravel and narrow. However, there were quite a few very large rigs there. Cable TV has 70 channels, however the Wifi is rather slow...but it is free. Our rate is based on a 50% discount through Camp Club America plus $1.00 surcharge to use our air conditioning. This park has the basics and is a good place to use as a base to see Arches NP and Canyonlands NP. Given the low price we paid, we are satisfied with this park and would stay again.
This is a typical KOA although a bit on the small side. The sites are gravel and level. Between the sites are small grassy areas. Large shade trees throughout the park. The Wifi (free) and cable (60 channels) worked great. Electricity was fine. Water hookup was a little odd since every other site has the water hookup on the wrong side requiring two hoses to reach. However, a staff member offered us an extra hose in case we did not have two with us (we did have an extra). Close to grocery store (City Market). Right next to local fairgrounds which was having a rodeo type of event so there were horse trailers next door, not a problem and could actually be a plus if you time your visit to coincide with a popular event. Location is right on US highway 50, but road noise was minimal. All in all a nice park. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. Sites are gravel, but ours was perfectly level. We had grass on both sides of our site and plenty of room for our toad, slide and awning. There are plenty of large trees in the park although not right over our site. We had site #48 which is considered a premium pull through. Our nightly rate was due to 50% discount from Camp Club America. Included in that was full cable (58 channels) and free Wifi that was excellent. Electricity and water were good too. The area is very scenic with many snow capped 14,000+ foot mountains. Also a good location for day trips to places like Vail. It is the off season right now since skiing is done, but real summer is not here yet so most parks were pretty empty. However, this one appeared to be nearly full. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park with lots of big trees for shade. It is close to downtown and all the tourist attractions and it is right on the local bus route. Location is great for restaurants, shopping, etc. WI-FI is free and signal is strong. Cable TV is included and has plenty of channels (about 25). The lady at the check in escorts you to your sight and helps you back in. Only negatives: very few pull through sites and the roads in the park are very narrow. We were able to get our 31 foot motorhome in as long as we unhooked our toad at the office. Liked the park and the staff. We would stay here again.
We liked this park very much. The sites are very large and easy to pull into. The roads are newly paved and the buildings are all brand new. The office is large and the staff is very friendly. We paid for a pull through site with a Good Sam discount and for a big city park in high season (this is wildflower season), the price seems reasonable. No complaints. We would stay here again.
We stopped here for an overnight and for that it is adequate. There is no cable TV and only three local channels which were all too weak for our antenna. Also the WI-FI, which is free, is extremely slow. The park itself is fine. It is surrounded by trees and the sites are nice and large. We ate at the cafe. The food was OK, nothing special, but I didn't have to cook it so it was worth the $8.95 price. This park is fine for an overnight, but would not stay any longer than that.
This is a very nice state park in a great area. Sites were large, paved and all hookups worked. Our site, and others I saw, were not totally level, but the setting made up for that one small thing. The park has wildlife, deer, javalina were spotted by folks in our group. We had 49 cable channels and there was internet in the nearby Indian Lodge. Close to McDonald Observatory which has star parties about three nights a week. Highly recommend those. Cost about $10 per person, but worth every penny. Little town of Fort Davis is quaint and interesting. Would stay here again.
We chose this park because it is near the entrance to Big Bend NP. The park has the basics and all hookups worked. Sites were mainly dirt with a little grass. The area is desert and windy so there was blowing dust, but that is normal for the area in the spring. There were 8 cable channels and the Wi-Fi is in the nearby cafe, not at the RV sites unless you are close to the cafe. Dumpsters were overflowing. My husband mentioned it to the staff and they said they had trouble getting the folks to come all the way from Alpine (80 miles) to empty them more than once a week. The location is great! It is three miles to the entrance of Big Bend NP which is a great park to see in the early spring. Late spring and summer are very very hot. March is very busy...spring break visitors fill up the campgrounds and motels in the area. Must make reservations for anytime in March. Would stay there again.
Very nice state park in keeping with the area (desert). Sites were very large and each one had a picnic table under a roof for shade and its own trash can. The park is built on the site of Camp Furlong where Pancho Villa made his raid into the US back in 1916 so it is historical. Unfortunately it was very windy with blowing dust, but that is normal for this time of year. Just a few miles from Palomas, Mexico. We would come back again.
We stopped here for one night only. We arrived after closing (4:30 on a weekday), but there was an easy after hours check in system that we were able to use. The sites are really large and level and quite nice. They are gravel with cement patios and have tall palm trees throughout the park. It is a typical desert park but very roomy. Only down side was the lack of cable TV. They do have Wi-Fi through Nomad which you can get the first 90 minutes free and you have 10 hours to use the 90 minutes so you don't have to use it all at once. Otherwise it is the usual $4.95 for a full day of internet. We would stay here again.
This park has two types of folks staying. Permanent residents in mobile homes, and RV folks who are both long and short term. Everyone was very nice and helpful. The sites are back ins only. Would have preferred a pull through, but we knew ahead of time that there were none. We had good internet service, however it was an additional $4.95 per day through Tengo. The sites are a bit tight considering that they are back ins only, but we did see big 40' rigs there, so the sites were large enough for those. The back in sites and the price caused me to rate it an 8. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. Sites are paved and surrounded with grass and large trees. The internet connection is great and free. The folks at the office are helpful and very pleasant. We needed to rent a car to get around the city and they arranged to have a rental car brought to the park. They also sell day passes for the bus/trolley system at the office. This is very convenient for getting around a large city which does not allow RV parking in the downtown area. The only thing that keeps it from being a 10 is the freeway noise. There are two freeways very close by and the noise is pretty constant. It was not enough to keep us up or anything and this is a big city so a certain amount of city noise should be expected. We would gladly stay here again.
This is a very nice park with really friendly folks staying there. The staff was very helpful. The sites are large and level. Many of the sites are park models which are for rent or privately owned. Most of the seasonal folks are from British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan in Canada. We stayed for two nights on our way to San Diego. The only complaint we had was with the internet connection which cost an additional $4.95 per day and was not always reliable. Were it not for that issue, we would give it a 10. We would stay here again.
This was a nice park with a helpful staff. The sites were a bit small but did fit our 31 foot motorhome with one slide. Don't know if really large rigs would fit. Site was not quite level but was adequate for our two night stay. The town of Ajo is small and modest but has a certain charm. Close to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument which is a nice take in. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice city located park. The sites are roomy, level and very well kept. It is a desert area so there is no grass or large trees. However, there are citrus trees at every site and in January there are tree ripened oranges, grapefruit and lemons there for the picking: YUM. Our one complaint was with the internet service. It was terrible and cost us $5.00 per day in addition to the $53 daily charge for the site. Also there were many empty sites here even in January which is the busiest season for RV parks in Arizona. We made reservations but found we did not need to do that. It is in the heart of the city so there is the distant traffic, train and airplane sounds that come with a city location, but nothing to keep you up at night. It is a very nice park and we would have given it a 10 were it not for the internet problems.