Another nice Texas State Park! Fishing, hiking, geocaching, kayaking, birding and wildlife viewing abound. Four bird blinds are serviced by volunteers. Sites are paved, level and most have shade. Park staff and volunteers were friendly and helpful.
The winter volunteers (all boat and bird tours and family programs cease in mid-April when the Visitor Center closes) are a welcoming and knowledgeable group that make the camping experience pleasantly memorable. The park is very busy with families camping, fishing and boating. I gave it a 7 because the majority of the campsites are not level and require multiple lego blocks to approach any kind of level state.
One of the nicest FamCamps I've stayed at. Welcoming staff gave a very thorough introduction to the park. In addition to almost 200 full hookup sites, there is ample over-flow if needed during the winter season. Entire park is gravel. Sites are large and level and include a picnic table. Desert landscaping throughout the park and a very few trees.
A busy park with swimmers and scuba divers enjoying themselves. All sizes of RVs and many tenters. Sites level. Staff very helpful. Relatively easy off and on I-10 with just a few miles to travel. Beautiful area for birding. Fort Davis NHS about 30 miles away. No shade except under the picnic shelters.
Convenient location off I-10. Located along a street with several other RV parks. Check-in was quick and staff very helpful with answers about the park plus dining recommendations. Site was level and fine gravel. They sell tasty pecans from a nearby orchard.
Great convenience to have electric hook-ups, level pavement or gravel site and free Wi-Fi while having an RV serviced at the Winnebago factory. A dump and potable water are available across the highway at the rally grounds. Also nice to take the factory tour offered twice a day.
Great location in Fort Wayne-next to the Coliseum. This city park has free WiFi, gravel sites, laundry room, and sites with water & 30/50amp electric. A dump is available or a pumper truck ($10) can be reserved. Not all sites are level. Few sites offer satellite signal access because of trees, but local TV stations offer a strong signal. Camp hosts are extremely helpful and friendly. Visit Johnny Appleseed's gravesite in the park.
This park is a bit hard to rate. The ease of access is very good as it is at the intersection of an interstate and a state highway. The staff was very friendly and welcoming. The gravel sites were almost level. Free WiFi was strong. The park has a nice lake. The downsides are two: the road from the entrance office to the campsites is cluttered with a LOT of campground maintenance equipment and not appealing. The second downside the owners have no control over but it was a BIG annoyance. The interstate traffic noise was non-stop and the trucks using engine brakes on the exit made sleep difficult.
Easy access from I-80. Near Flying J. Mostly level gravel pull-throughs. Free Wi-Fi. All full-hookup sights. Friendly staff. Paid less than full rate for 30 amp electric only. That was an exception made by the manager. Great for a short stop over. Already busy at this mid-April date and getting lots of reservations for summer season.
What a lovely county park! Water and electric with 30 and 50 amp service. Level gravel sites on a lake in a very clean park. Friendly management. County security trucks circled the park frequently. Few campers at this time of year, so dropping in without a reservation during the week was easy. Good birding. A surprise was 4 hot air balloons launching from the park in the late afternoon.
Very friendly staff and a person escorts you to your site. All gravel and not necessarily level. Many permanent residents. A very clean park. Strong Wi-Fi. Located in an industrial area. Very easy to locate with GPS.
Staff very pleasant and held a site for me for a few hours without the hassle of my giving my address, phone number, and credit card to hold. Parked in a gravel pull-through with full hook-ups. Wi-Fi available and strong. Only downside was the red mud that was seeping through the grass and gravel. Not much to be done about that except pavement or concrete.
Concrete site very level. WiFi signal strong. Verizon signal strong. Narrow sites which are closely spaced. A few have shade trees which are hard to come by in the El Paso area. About 1/2 mile from I-10, with easy access but no interstate road noise. Friendly office staff. I will stay there again.
Tight, closely spaced, somewhat level sites. Friendly staff. No satellite signal in this forested campground. Verizon signal good. Only a few miles from Newport, OR and plenty of shopping. Good place to stay while exploring the middle Oregon Coast. Rate reflects outrageous Reserve America rate of $8 per reservation.
Convenient for exploring the lower Oregon Coast. Lots of trees so no satellite signal and weak Verizon signal. Tight, mostly level site. Clean site. Rate reflects outrageous Reserve America fee which is $8 per reservation. Great tour at the nearby lighthouse. Elk viewing sight east of Winchester Bay had a HUGE number of elk at sundown.
This park is only 3 miles from Crane, but has a Burns, OR address. There are several small cabins and pull-thru RV sites with full hook ups in gravel parking lot. Friendly staff and owners. Small store. Rate is Passport America and does not include fee to soak in hot springs-fed pond. Many locals appeared this Saturday night to partake of the springs, but when the sun went down they all disappeared. Good birding. I would stay here again. There are few options for an RVer between Bend and Boise.
Conveniently located 1/2 mile from Aztec Ruins National Monument with easy access from the main highway. The gravel site was mostly level. Strong Wi-Fi. An older park with some permanent residents. Very good for a one or two night stay while visiting the area. I would stay here again.
Friendly check-in and maintenance staff. The gravel sites were not totally level, so had to use jacks. Strong Wi-Fi. Located about 5 miles north of Durango. Busy highway, but noise not a problem. Rate is too high for park's overall quality. It's an okay spot for a one or two night stay. Did not take advantage of $6.99 pancakes.
Nice park on the west side of Grand Junction. Friendly and easy check-in. The site was very level and super clean with covered picnic table and fire ring/grill. Shrubs and small trees give privacy between the widely spaced sites. It is close to Colorado Monument and about 6 miles to Mesa Mall. Rate reflects Reserve America's outrageous reservation fees.
One of the nicest parks I've stayed in. Earned its 10/10/10 Good Sam rating. Level concrete pads. Good Wi-Fi. Mostly friendly Winter Texans staying on a long-term basis. This is a city park, so do not expect state park wilderness. It's a nice place and I'll go back.
A little jewel in the woods. Very quiet. Small park with hiking opportunities along park paths. Nice CCC structures to view. Lots of trees so satellite not available at all sites. Verizon not too strong a signal. I've stayed here before and will again.
Stayed here because flyfishing guide launched his raft from here. Plenty of fisherpeople staying here. Nice location to explore Canyon Lake area. Good Verizon signal. Check-in person not too friendly, but allowed me to drive around until I could find a site with no tree blockage for satellite signal.
Clean, well-maintained park. Management nicely accepted my late cancellation because of mechanical breakdown and re-scheduled me for later date at no additional charge. Good Verizon signal. Located right in town. Gravel site.
Easy check in with pleasant management. Good Wi-Fi. I'd never seen a water faucet that had a hole in one side that spewed water until it was fully turned on. Some kind of anti-freezing device. Easy on and off of Interstate. Staying there again in September.
Easy to find off Hwy 101 in Warrenton, OR. Bare bones campground. It is a paved parking lot with full hook-ups and a bath house. Very clean. A little noise from gunfire practice. Cannot check in before 2pm, but can park on base until then and explore area in tow vehicle. Nearby Fort Clatsop and Fort St Stevens. Nice for a couple of days.
Very well maintained, clean and full-featured park. Pricey, but don't what other parks nearby were charging. No highway signage, so know the driving directions from the website. Stayed in the center of the park and I-5 traffic was not a problem. Trains nearby are frequent and noisy, but I knew that from other reviews. Wi-Fi was good. Management was helpful. Ideally located for Mt. Saint Helen's Visitors Center.
Beautifully maintained campground. Nice shade trees. Large sites. Campground gets funding based on occupancy rate therefore they've upped the # of tents per site to 3 with up to 8 occupants, i.e, 24 people per site. One bathhouse for entire campground. Too many people. Too much noise. Too many pets running loose. Too bad new policy allows so many people and vehicles in campground.