This is a wonderful RV park with LONG concrete sites that have a large concrete patio with tables. The area between the sites has shrubs and grass and some small trees that don’t interfere with the RV. The facilities are great with a large swimming pool, spa, clean restrooms, clubhouse with TV and billiard table. The Wi-Fi was free with good strength and stability. We didn’t have time to play the adjacent golf course but our neighbors said it was great. Some of the sites at the far end of the park are a long way from the showers, clubhouse and pool and the Wi-Fi might be weak at that distance. We would choose this park again for a longer stay.
There were plenty of sites and they were well angled and wide, so that you weren't looking directly into someone else's windows. The sites were gravel with grass in between and there were showers/restrooms at 2 locations. Unfortunately, they closed the one set of showers from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. which was inconvenient for half the sites. Basic cable TV was included and the free WiFi was fine. The location close to town was good although there was some traffic noise during the day and night. We stayed here for 2 days and would recommend it for a short stay.
We agree with the most recent reviews. It is a good place for a day or two although the pull throughs were a bit strange. They were double length so you pulled into the front site and someone could pull into the site directly behind you. That makes it awkward to pull out the next day unless the one in front leaves first. We found that the Wi-Fi was excellent and the restrooms were clean. They provided free daily newspapers and coffee and cookies in the morning which is a nice touch.
Clean, quiet park with wide sites and paved roads. The facilities located at the office are great with a fairly large pool, spa, fitness room, billiards, laundry, clean restrooms and plenty of showers, library and computer room. The free WiFi is a poor connection but you can get good WiFi for $15 a week. The nightly rate is posted at $50 which is a bit high but we chose the weekly rate of $250 or $35 a night. We would stay here again.
Well maintained park and the pull through sites were wide and long. The restrooms were very clean and the pool was a pleasant 82 degrees. There was some noise from the interstate, but the park location at the junction of I-40 and highway 68 was convenient for side trips. We stayed for a week and would stop here again.
Great park with great facilities. We stayed in the older section with trees and it was definitely quieter back there. The newer section has more room for big rigs but we had no trouble parking our 39 ft. fifth wheel with 4 slides, in the back section. The staff was really friendly and the continental breakfast was a nice touch. We stayed for 3 days and would stay here again.
Clean and open park with paved sites and reasonably good facilities. The pool was not open while we were here and it would have been nice to use it as it was hot. The cheap nightly rate ($20 per night and you get the 3rd night free) and cheap laundry (50 cents a load for wash and dry) were a bonus. We would stay here again.
Great for an overnight stop and the shade trees did not interfere with any slideouts. It was quiet at night and they provided free reverse osmosis filtered water. Nice treat after poor water in many RV parks. The only downside was that the pool was not open and it looks like it hasn't been open for a long time. It was hot while we were here and one of the reasons we chose the park was the pool.
We have found the RV park reviews to be quite accurate most of the time, but the February 2010 review of this park missed the mark. The new swimming pool is very small, unheated and has no chairs around it at all. There are only 2 toilet/shower rooms for the entire park, and one of them is out of commission. The one that is operational is full of cleaning buckets and supplies, and there is no shower curtain. On the positive side, the staff was friendly and they supplied us with 2 gallons of bottled water as the well water here is very salty. The free WiFi is good and there are lots of cable TV channels. However, the rest of the amenities are not that great. Recommend it for a one night stop.
The sites at this park are very spacious, level and well kept. There is a lot of room for a big rigs and you have a small "yard" of your own. As this is an ownership RV resort, there are quite a few park models and sites unavailable for overnight or short term stays. There is WiFi, but it is a FatPort hotspot for a fee (eg $20 for 2 hrs). The pool is outdoors and was closed. Laundry is only open during the office hours, which are reduced at this time of the year. The biggest downside to this park is that there is nothing to do other than go walking and there are limited routes for that unless you like walking on a busy highway. There is no fitness room, rec center or clubhouse. There is no "city" sewer system this far north of Vernon city center so they use a number of holding tanks that need to get pumped out every couple of days. The bathrooms most of the time have an unpleasant smell about them. One shower house was open but it was going to be shut down for the winter at the first of Nov.
The RV park only has 7 spaces and two of them were occupied with park models. The sites were all pea gravel and mostly level but were very narrow. The parking area for the RV was about 10 feet wide and the adjacent grassy area of our site was about 8 feet. We have a rig with slideouts on both sides and on one side, we were overlapping the neighbour's grass and on the other side, our slideout was over top of our picnic table. When the neighbours opened their vehicle doors, they would hit our lawn chairs set on our grassy area. There was a tree at each site that interfered with the awning so we couldn't put it out at all. The hookups were in the middle of the site which is not convenient for rigs with power at the rear end. The restrooms were clean but everyone was charged extra if they wanted to use them at all. Not sure how they monitored that when the sites were full. The location was between the highway and a railway track that had 15 trains going by each day during both the day and night. A whole lot of shaking going on at times. The website advertised a vineyard but all we saw were a few scrawny and anemic vines that looked like they never grew a grape.