Rate reflects Passport America for a week, including tax, and as someone mentioned earlier there is an additional charge for a/c and that was included in the rate I posted. We like this park, as it's away from the hustle and bustle of Moab and yes you do have to drive back into town (10 minutes) if you go to dinner, shopping, etc. Sites are adequate with great views. We stayed in a pull-through along the entrance road so can be a bit dusty but not as bad as we expected, and it was an easy in easy out. Friendly staff, clean bathrooms, and best rate in the area.
This is a great park. Not a resort, but very comfortable with spacious sites, all gravel, and a picnic table at each site. Two small dog parks on site, Wi-Fi pretty good for an RV park, clean laundry, and very friendly, helpful staff. The park is an industrial type area but no problem for us and easy access to interstate as well as shopping and restaurants. Would definitely stay there again.
This park needs some TLC for $38 (including tax). The discount they give is one free admission to the Pioneer Village which amounts to $14 ($12.50 for senior) so that is nice. Our power and water pressure are fine, but sites are close, very dry grass and lots of dirt. There are some big trees so our satellite won't work but there may be some sites where it would. We don't need the showers or restrooms but our neighbors tell us that they are not clean at all. This is very convenient if visiting the Pioneer Village and there is a nice little Mexican restaurant in town as well. Probably not a place we'd stay again.
The above rate includes tax. This park is small and even though it was about half full, I think they were all long-term residents except us. Our experience with most long-term parks seems they can be 'trashy' but this one was pretty well maintained and not a lot of 'stuff' around. Power and water pressure were good, however, we couldn't get our satellite to work because of all the trees. Sites moderate in size and the manager/owner was pleasant (just not overly friendly). We'd stay here again as it is convenient to areas we want to visit.
If you are a big rig and staying here on a weekend, it can be a tight squeeze. Nice park, convenient to I-80 but we prefer a little more space between rigs. Our neighbor had slides on both sides, and we don't, which was a good thing because I think our slides would have touched. On Sunday the park cleared out to almost empty but filled up again by mid-afternoon so I think they must have a lot of overnighters. The price includes tax with 10% Good Sam discount and 5% cash.
We have stayed here before because it is convenient to I-25. Definitely needs some TLC although I admit it's early in the spring season after a harsh winter so hopefully interior roads (mainly the entrance) will be receive more gravel, etc. soon. We only used the campground which was OK, sites are adequate but could be a bit tight if the park was busy. The Senators Restaurant on site was rather expensive for lunch and the food was 'average' at best. There are quite a few long-term residents here but they all seem to be in a certain area and presented no problem.
We have stayed at this park before, mainly because it is convenient to I-25. I can honestly say that it is not as nice as it used to be. Granted it's early in the season but with the amount of workkampers on site, it appears to us that they could be trying to take care of the sites a little better. Lots of weeds, and just not as 'neat and clean' as it used to be for a KOA. We had hoped to not unhook as it was an overnight stop but the site wasn't large enough to accommodate that so be sure and ask if you're getting a larger site. Staff was friendly and store was well stocked.
Rate reflects weekly for 50 amp. Nice park, pull throughs, ample site size. Very helpful and friendly managers/owners (not sure which). Close to train station so if you're a light sleeper that's a problem; however, most parks in Williams are close to train station. This park could use some TLC as the grass needed mowing and just a 'general' clean up all around. Continental breakfast in morning was nice start to the day.
Rate reflects $50 weekly rate + electricity which is a special right now for SKP members. As others have said, this park is something special with the friendliness of the people, the welcome they give everyone and the activities available. This park is definitely 'in the middle of nowhere' and that's what everyone likes. Artesia is 15 miles away and Carlsbad is about 20 miles away, so if you truly want peace and quiet and beautiful skies this is the place. You do have to be a SKP member, or the guest of a SKP member, to stay here and if you're not a leaseholder, you'll be staying on someone's lot. All lots are over sized with plenty of room for a big rig and vehicle. We will definitely be back.......loved it here, especially the people.
This was our second choice (Bar S full) and I think these two parks are shared owner or something because they have the same brochure. Bar S is very small and tight for a 40 ft rig + toad. There are a few sites that will work. The first one didn't and the second one was fine. Most long term tenants, but no problems. Not a 'destination' park, but ok for a night or two. Rate reflects $2 extra for 50 amp service.
Rate reflects weekly rate of $125 including electricity. Definitely a good weekly deal as it was very hot and the a/c ran almost constantly. This is an easy in/out park with large sites and all utilities worked well. Definitely no 'frills' and I'd say most of the RVs here are workers of some sort because they would leave early in the mornings starting at about 4:30 a.m. Definitely a quiet park in a wide open field with no shade. We had a terrible case of ants while there, so I'm not sure if it was our site, the dry/hot weather, or what. I've NEVER had ants in any rig we've had over the last 15 years, so it was frustrating but after about 3-4 days we got a handle on them, but it made for a miserable few days. This campground has an RV dealer in the front, so if in need of service, this would be better than closer in to Dallas.
There isn't much to choose from in Boonville but this was convenient right off I-70 behind McDonalds/Taco Bell. It is just a gravel parking lot with about 15 sites, some of which aren't level. We are a 40+ rig and a toad so we had a pull thru that was level. I will say that if this park is full, it would be very hard to move around in there. There were only 3 other, what I call permanent rigs, there and one other overnight RV (another big rig) so it was no problem in and out. It's self check in and the rate is high for a parking lot but the power was good & it was convenient. There is only 1 shower and toilet but they were clean & we did see a lady cleaning the bathroom the morning we left. Other than her, we saw no one that appeared to run the park.
What a find! Not being familiar with this area we chose this park based on previous reviews, especially the one who stated a big rig would have no problems and that is true. The hosts were the most pleasant and helpful hosts, we have ever encountered. The utilities are to the back of the site in some sites so extra hose or cord might be needed. VERY WELL maintained and just a nice pleasant peaceful setting. We happened to choose a site that had a big tree blocking our satellite from working but we chose to not move and just enjoy the peace and quiet. I would have liked to stay here longer just to regroup but all good things have to come to an end. The only negative was train noise, especially in the mornings, so if you are a light sleeper this might be a concern. There is a wonderful water park next door if you so desire. We will definitely be back at this park when we pass through IA again.
The rate reflects PA rate. A nice, neat, small park that is conveniently located off Interstate 57. Some long term residents in the park, but the park is still kept neat and clean. It was just an overnight for us, but we did have to unhook to make the turns in the park as we are a 40+ rig. Would definitely stay here again.
I'm not quite sure what to say about this park. It's very well maintained, some sites with nice views but an 'unusual' layout and some areas are hard to maneuver with a big rig. We had a pull through, and even though the sites are relatively long, (we are 40+) , the sites are very narrow, and depending on your awning, it could be on the next person's site (ours was). If you have a neighbor on the driver's side, and it's another big rig, you are VERY close together if you both have slides. Easy access off I-40 but road up to the park is narrow and curvy. Satellite didn't work due to all the trees but good cable selection. Road noise an issue if you're a light sleeper, but it was hot and humid, so we were closed up and didn't hear the road noise. Back in sites might be better and offer a little better view if you're so inclined. Internet was spotty as well. Probably not a park we'd return to.
Very nice, well run, clean campground. We were in a premium site so we did have road noise from VA 37. One thing I thought was unusual was we were visiting family in the area, and when they came to pick us up, they had to pay $4 per person to visit us and see our motorhome. They were there less than 30 minutes and then we left for dinner so they got $3 of the $4 back. When we returned from dinner, they had to drop us off at the office or pay again: huh? I like that they keep a close eye on the comings and goings of guests, but seemed a bit over-the-top to us. We would stay here again only because it's convenient to family that just moved to the area.
We have stayed at this park several times and enjoy it very much. It's convenient for RV work, shopping, and tourist attractions in the area. The only problem is very bad water, but not sure if it's the park or Elkhart so we always use several filters. Very nice people who are always trying to improve the park. Grass sites, some are very large in comparison to many parks we've been to. We will always return to this park when in the area.
We haven't stayed here for several years and probably won't again unless we have to. There is room for a lot of improvement; however, I will say we have stayed in much worse. Sites are plenty wide with most having a tree between them so it does offer 'some' privacy. Length is questionable if you are long (45 + toad) and don't want to unhook for a night. Customer service is lacking although they do have plenty of help.....they just aren't the friendliest. Park is clean, and all this help seems to be prepping it for the summer crowd as they're trimming, cleaning up from the winter, etc. Typical KOA that charges way too much for what you get. Road noise (I-25) is constant & trains are intermittent. It is an easy in/out park so that is a plus.
We are relatively new to TT so can't compare this park to a lot of other TT parks, however, we really enjoy this one and the surrounding area. Plenty of sites broken down into 3 or 4 different areas. Mostly 30 amp sites which was adequate for a stay in early May. TT is now open to the public so we're still trying to figure out what the advantage is to TT-to buy into this membership (ours was a gift). We enjoy Cottonwood, a nice 'small town', with Sedona, Jerome, Flagstaff and other areas nearby. We will definitely camp here again. I might add that data service here is hit and miss...mostly miss! Our Verizon service phone worked well, but the Verizon air card was not as good.
Rate is PPA rate. This is also an Encore park but the PPA rate was better than the discount TT allows for an Encore park. Over 55 park but everyone, including office staff, very friendly and helpful. Quite a few park models but still plenty of RV sites. Convenient to restaurants, shopping, etc., and would definitely stay here again. Separate section for pets but the downside is even though they have 2 fenced areas for your pets, they water the area too much. It was 'sloshy' in there any time of the day or night. Maybe they turn the watering down as the weather cools though.
Rate reflects PA plus tax. Easy access off I-40 & all pull through sites. Some sites have trees but not hard to pull in without unhooking. No real amenities here but definitely good for a stop over. The crushed red volcanic rock could be an issue if it rains but we had no problems. Would stay here again if in the area.
Rate reflects weekly rate ($190). Very nice park. Spacious, paved sites with nice size grassy area between sites. Cable TV as someone else mentioned with plenty of channels to pick from, friendly staff, and easy to maneuver in and out of site if you have big rig. Some permanent residents, but 95% of sites are kept neat and clean. We found this park after another one didn't work out and glad we did! We would definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects PA weekly rate of $157. Gravel sites so can be dusty, especially if you are on the road leading into the park (and people driving too fast kicking up the dust). There are both pull thru & back in sites along that road but can definitely accommodate big rigs. We were not on that road but still had 'some' dust in another part of the park. Friendly staff, average size sites & we had some shade (enough that we couldn't put our awning all the way down) but the shade would be nice in the summer. A ways south of town but not a problem & nice to be away where it is quiet at night with nice views. Would definitely stay here again!
Don't let this industrial area scare you away from this park. Extra wide sites (we haven't had one this wide in a long time). Plenty of room for toad, picnic table, chairs, etc. Friendly staff, very clean park, laundry room very clean & moderately priced. Long term residents in park are away from rest of the park and even those aren't that bad. Park is close to area attractions, mall, and restaurants. A small fenced in dog area too. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice enough sites and staff. About 8 miles from Twin Falls but an easy drive to town. Most 50 amp sites aren't that long if you have a big rig & tow. Park not that busy in September so able to park tow in next site but in busy times, it would be cramped. Very large nice grassy area for walking dogs & park is in a country-like setting with farm fields on 2 sides. Easy access in & out of park.
Depending on your needs this is an ample park to explore the area. Rexburg is a nice town with Walmart and a couple of other grocery stores. Price is right at $20 a night, but it is a little unusual not to see anyone around that might be able to help you. As someone said, you pull in, pick your site (some not very level), all 30amp, put your $ in an envelope at the office & do your own thing. The laundry room & bathrooms are brand new and they are apparently working on the rest of the park. A nice lake next door but no fishing or swimming allowed according to the sign at the front office where you put your money. About 3/4 mile walk around the lake which is nice. Would stay here again if in the area.
We enjoyed our stay here in Cody. Rate reflects 7th night free if staying for a week. Parts of the park are more crowded than others and some sites offer shade. Newer area has pull-throughs but relatively close together if both rigs had slides. Easy access to town, lots to do in Cody, and we definitely would stay here again. Office staff very friendly and helpful.
Great place for an overnight stay. Easy access in and out. Sites are adequate size with full hookups. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. (We don't have Cabela's card which might have been even more of a discount). Plenty of restaurants close if you want them and easy walk to Cabela's store for shopping.
Rate is $45, plus tax for no amenities at all except a 50% discount at the hot springs across the street. Very friendly manager and willing to help with whatever you might need. This is a relatively new park within the last couple of years, and they are 'slowly' trying to make it better but if you want a 'no frills' park, then this is ok. Other parks in the area offer more amenities and are similar in price.
We have mixed emotions about this park. It's definitely close to town, however, it would be quite a hike if the weather is hot like it was when we were here. Staff is friendly, however, they didn't listen very well when we made reservations and we had to move 3 times before getting a site that would allow our satellite to work or wasn't 30 amp or near the horses. Park is old with quite a few long-term residents but still relatively neat and clean. They honor PA during the week but not on weekends and the above rate reflects PA.
This park was an overnight stay for us as we passed through Ohio. It has easy access off and on I-70, however, some may not like the road noise (we were so tired from a longgggg driving day that we didn't hear a thing). Met at the gate by a very nice gentleman who got us signed in and then escorted to our site. Good size sites with plenty of grass. In fact, there is a lot of grassy areas in this park and it's very well maintained. We will definitely stay here again and hopefully can utilize more of the facilities available. This park does not honor any GS or PA or other common discounts.
This is definitely a campground atmosphere and that's fine with us. Owner is very friendly and helps you get into your site. If you are a large rig, some sites are difficult: all are back ins, some back up to the creek and some not. Wireless is not good, however, our air card worked great as well as VZ cell service. Two VERY good restaurants in Edinburg and both within walking distance to campground. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Overnight stay for us and this is a good park for just that. Quite a bit of road noise from I-70, and we were close to a huge park generator that hummed all night long. Park was clean, staff was friendly and the sites were relatively level. When we walked our dog, whom we ALWAYS pick up after, we got some dirty looks from our neighbors like we weren't going to pick up after him. Quite a few long term residents, however, sites were kept relatively neat. We would stay again if in the area.
Nice park for an overnight stay. If the park is full, it could be tight for a big rig as sites are close together. Rate reflects GS discount. TV reception was not the best. Very nice couple operate the park, and the pool looked clean. We would stay here again if in the area.
Lovely well maintained park. Gravel roads as someone indicated, however, we only had a problem when people drove too fast through the campground. Campsites all had cement patios, a table & chairs, glider, and barbecue grill. We had stayed here in the past & the new owners have expanded the park to include sites all around a lovely pond with swans & ducks. Fishing available (catch & release). Just a lovely quiet setting. We would definitely stay here again. Only negative is it' a ways (about 5 miles) off I-40 but definitely worth the drive in our opinion.
Very nice park. Has lots of trees and grass, and very nice, long time owners who take pride in this park. No problem with road noise or trains as seems to be common in campgrounds. Sites are relatively level, the long-term tenants are at the back of the park and are no problem at all. Laundry room was small but adequate. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a great campground as other reviewers have said. Friendly & helpful staff, level sites & plenty long enough for big rigs, a wonderful fenced in dog run, great Wi-Fi. Train does run periodically behind the park through the day & night but not a big issue for us. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. Rate reflects GS discount.
The park is pretty much full, so was rather hard to negotiate around with a big rig on the narrow roads since it's an older park. We have a good site with fresh gravel so no problems there, however, the sites are close together and close to freeway as others mentioned. Definitely would not pay full price for this park. Rates reflects Passport America and $5 for 50 amp. PA is NOT available Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. It's convenient for what we do in the area, however not that convenient to other Nashville attractions.
Ok for an overnight stay. Easy access in & out, but not a place I'd want to stay unless you have need to be in the area. Did not use any facilities so can't say how they worked. We could not get any TV with our antenna except NBC and we have a pretty good booster on our rig. It does have a lot of grass that is well kept, but that's about it.
Here only for an overnight stay after a day of driving in the rain. Park is about 4.5 miles off I-40. Sites are gravel but roads are heavily pot-holed, especially after rain. Plenty to do in the way of restaurants and shopping in the area if you're staying for a few days, but we didn't venture out since it was raining. Too much money for what you get in our opinion. Basically just an open field with a lot of RV sites.
Very nice park close to downtown Fredericksburg. Friendly staff, level site, easy access in & out and we would gladly stay here again if in the area. Sites are relatively close together but not a problem as we were spaced out nicely. Free ice machine, as mentioned in a previous post, was a nice plus. Nice little fenced in dog play area at the back of the park.
We've stayed at this park before & would again as it's convenient to what we do in the area. I-35 noise is not an issue as the previous person also indicated. Some sites are tight depending on the size of your rig & because of the big trees located throughout the park, satellite can be an issue. There is a nice car & rig wash at the entrance of the park too. They do charge a $2.50 daily electric surcharge which we weren't told about & had to inquire what that was on our bill.
Older park but well kept. Has friendly staff. Directly across from the Lubbock airport, however, noise was not an issue at all (surprise to us). Nice long pull throughs were available. Quite a few long-term RV'ers but sites are well kept for the most part. Nothing fancy but adequate for a short stay again if we are in the area.
Nightly rate includes tax, cable TV and 50 amp. Basic rate $26. Level sites but nothing special. Friendly staff but we thought a bit overpriced for what you got, however, it's the best place to stay if you're in the Gallup area.
Adequate park for several nights. Easy access in & out. Lots of long-term residents and some of the sites not very nicely kept but we had no problems and people were very friendly. No shade trees in the front for short term visitors. Not listed in Trailer Life, we stumbled onto this park by mistake but they gave us GS discount and we were comfortable here for a short stay.
It is a typical KOA. The sites are Level but a bit narrow if you have neighbors & dusty because the wind blows in the afternoon. Water was pressure good. There is a nice fenced dog run however, all dirt. They will make & deliver pizza to your site for $10 if you wish. If in area, we'd stay here again although I think KOA's are a bit too expensive.
Terraced park & we were on the top level which had excellent view of Rapid City. Some road noise if you're close to the road (US16) but bearable, water pressure (and taste) not the best. Bathrooms closed for remodeling/updating. Very clean laundry room & rec room. Very friendly & helpful staff. Would definitely stay here again.
I agree with the previous reviewer. Simple campground, level gravel sites, easy access in & out, walking distance to Wall Drug & downtown Wall, good cable, picnic table at each site & very friendly/helpful staff. By simple I mean, nothing elaborate but definitely adequate & would stay here again if in the area.
Good place to overnight & visit the Pioneer Auto Museum which is about all there is in the area. Easy access, sites are very close together & cement pads to park on but some are angled pretty steep so hard to get level with big rig. Good wi-fi & cable.
New owners as of two weeks ago & they are trying to clean it up. There has been a lot of rain in the area recently, so the sites are rather muddy. There is lots of grass behind our site. The Passport America park applies only during the week. On weekends it is full price. Many permanent sites here & the one next to us had barking dogs every time we made a move. We'd camp here again if in the area & hope the new owners have made improvements.
Ok for an overnight stay. Easy access off I-57. Old park, old plumbing. Very muddy sites, however, I realize they can't help all the rain the midwest has been having. Good cable system for TV. We felt $25 for a 30 amp site was a bit high.
I'd rate this park higher as the office/laundry/restrooms, etc. are very clean, however, it's not paved & we had lots of rain while here for 2 nights & things were pretty muddy. Easy access on/off I-40 although there is construction at the off ramp it still wasn't a problem. Laundry room was very nice, however, no change machine & office doesn't open until 10 a.m. on weekends. Price is Passport America.
For an overnight stay this park is fine. Very nice owner & family & as other reviews indicate, don't let the front appearance keep you from stopping. Hookups worked fine and wi-fi offered free. Within walking distance to a couple of restaurants if needed. Price is Passport price. Would definitely stay here again when passing through.
We were looking for a simple 'no amenities' park to spend the night, however, after three tries at finding a site where the electric worked, we asked for a refund and moved on. LOTS of trash laying around many campsites (big dumpster provided up by the convenience store but I guess people just left at their site and since it had been left there awhile, it was strewn all over. We were the only RV there at about 5 p.m., which wasn't a problem, however, another RV also came shortly after us & they also left. No problem getting refund.
Easy access to and from I-40. Friendly staff. Laundry room adequate. Definitely better than some overnight places we've been but wouldn't want to stay there for an extended period of time as sites aren't that wide. We thought a bit pricey for what it had to offer.
Spent two nights here as we have friends in the area and there's not many campgrounds to choose from. Quiet park, away from road noise during the night, but nothing special in the way of amenities for $30 a night and 30 amp. Registration office is up a hill to their private residence & then back down to park. If you have a big rig, it's a bit challenging but definitely doable.
Definitely just a place to stop overnight & pull out early the next morning. No amenities at all but the price is right. Easy access off and on I-40. Airport nearby but no planes in or out after 9 p.m. so not a problem.
Have stayed here a couple of times before because it's convenient to route we're taking. I do see the park going downhill and the prices going up. We chose a 'premium' site because it's longer and we didn't have too unhook for one night. He gave us a discount for not needing the sewer ($38), however, the price is still way too high for what you get. Sprinkler head broke just outside our RV during the night so we had a big mud hole in the morning. Dumpsters full as well.
Very very basic pull in for the night & pull out in the morning type place. No facilities at all except a convenience store across the road for coffee or ice. Airport nearby but last plane goes over about 9 p.m. Very convenient to I-40. As earlier review stated, the park is nothing to look at & the permanents that are there are pretty rundown but are no problem to overnight visitors. $10 rate is for Passport America, 50% discount.
Very quiet park. Plenty of room for big rigs. The down side is 'no shade' so depending on the time of the year it could get pretty uncomfortable. Would definitely stay here again even though it's about 6 miles off I-20 it's still easy access to town.
What a great find this park was after a long day of driving. Very quiet and serene. Beautiful scenery. Nice walking trails around the lake. Have definitely added this one to our 'must come back again when we have more time' list.