We thought we were in paradise! The rate reflects Passport America discount (taxes added to that, too). The P.A. discount is for just one week but we wanted to put down roots and stay here! The entire park is immaculate and safe. It is a gated RV resort with someone at the entrance to make sure only those who belong in the park come in. There is a gravel area to park the RV plus a HUGE cement pad for vehicles and what not. It is also beautifully landscaped. Even though there is just one uni-sex bathroom with shower, we rarely had to stand in line to use it. There are so many activities available one would never get bored! We played cards with some of the residents, pool tables were available, a huge library, a huge computer room in which we could access the internet, a nice heated pool with the biggest hot tub I have ever seen, an exercise room with equipment, horseshoes, craft room, plus planned activities almost every night. There are also a few other amenities that have escaped my mind. The park is in the middle of Mesa so grocery stores and other shopping is easily available. The park is quiet even in the middle of the city. The people are really friendly and helpful, both the residents and the staff. Many people ride bikes throughout the park and you can't pass anyone on the street without them waving or saying hi. We loved this park.
This is a HUGE RV campground, which is more like a gravel parking lot. The grounds are terraced with 2 rows of campsites with a road between them and stairs leading to the next level with the campgrounds encompassing several levels. The rate reflects a coupon weekly rate of $99. There are bathrooms/showers placed throughout the park. One of them near us was being renovated and was unusable the entire week we were here. The other bathroom/shower close to us was dirty and unkempt. As a result, we ended up going up a flight of stairs and down the road a piece for our shower. The closest laundry was 2 flights up from our camper. They list a pool as available for campers, which is at the hotel on the other side of the road. A good walk from the park and through the smoke-filled casino. I think there is a shuttle bus that will take you there, but we never did use the pool. The WiFi worked great in our RV. There were several casinos who offered: buy one buffet meal and get one free, which we took advantage of. The food is really good! We enjoyed our stay and would come back.
Very nice, clean park near all the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas without being in the middle of it. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The rate reflects a weekly rate plus electricity added on. We found that even with the air conditioner running most of the time, it was cheaper to pay the weekly rate and have them charge us for electricity, than it was to have a flat nightly rate. But then, we had a small RV and we were here for 2 weeks. (there is a set up charge and then a per kwh charge). The sites are basically paved areas and relatively small but we had enough room for what we needed. There is some desert landscaping between sites, which gives a little bit of privacy. The showers and restrooms were clean and roomy. They also have a community pool and hot tub. The pool water was very cold but we did enjoy the hot tub. We would definitely come back.
Very quiet area, although you have to go about 1/2 mile on a dirt road to get to the park (not bad), Large grassy sites for all but some had cement "patios" next to your RV with a picnic table. The bathroom/showers were immaculate. The showers were lukewarm. The owners did turn up the temperature, but the water still wasn't all that hot. But it was warm enough for a shower. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The laundry is clean and reasonable, however, it did take 3 times to get my towels dry (at 75c for 1/2 hour of drying). They do have a clothesline and clothespins by the laundry for the campers to use. There is an internet hookup by the office, but not at the individual sites. There is a clubhouse where the snow birds gather for games and/or cards every night. By the time we left, most of the snow birds were gone and the year round people don't join in. We really enjoyed our stay and would return.
This is a great park! It is a desert park but landscaped nicely. it has cement patios with a picnic table and grill at each campsite. The pool and hot tub are really nice. The topper is free coffee and muffins in the clubhouse in the morning. The clubhouse also has a big screen TV, tables, and chairs but there were groups in there every night we were there so we couldn't use it. We don't have a TV in our RV. We spent 2 nights, left and came back a few days later. We really enjoyed the friendly and helpful staff, too.
This park is close to the entrance to Sequoia National park, the reason we chose it. Another positive: they are open until 10 pm so you don't have to worry about rushing to get there. There were some grassy areas and the overall look of the place was okay but our picnic table was broken and fixed with a wire, which my husband scratched himself on. The bathrooms and showers each have outside entrances and are uni-sex. They were small and dirty. The one shower smelled so bad, i couldn't use it. I would not go there again.
We really enjoyed our stay at Paradise Shores. Even though the lots were small and gravel, they were extremely quiet. We also enjoyed the lack of artificial light flooding our RV at night. There is muted light around the grounds so you can kind of find your way around. We enjoyed seeing the multitude of stars, which twinkle constantly there. They have a lovely fountain and garden area outside the bathrooms, which are clean and bright. The laundry facilities were great, too, very clean. I especially enjoyed hanging up my sheets on the provided clothesline behind the laundry. The dryers are great--just $1 to dry my towels! The people there are friendly, helpful, and personable. Like family.
Nice park although we could not put our carpet out to keep from tracking dirt into the motorhome. We had a lovely shaded site. The WiFi worked fine and we had a good cell phone signal. The bathrooms were clean but the stalls were small. My knees hit the stall door so I could not close it all the way. There are 2 showers but there is a common dressing room for both and it was cold. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. The dryer was 10 minutes for a quarter so you could put in as much or as little time as you needed. There is a lot to do in and around Baker City so staying here worked for us.
This is a beautiful campground! It is on the Alsea River with a view of the river and picnic tables and fire pits by the river. The place is kept very clean with homey touches: pictures in the bath and laundry, plants and flowers placed all around the grounds. The owners are really friendly and extremely helpful. Even our cat loved the area. We have been traveling for a little over a month and the cat wants to go out at night only in most of the places we've stayed, but here she wants to be out all the time. It is also very quiet not just at night but during the day, as well. It is just 3 miles east of Waldport so it is easy access to town and beaches. We loved our stay here and would definitely return.
The "campground" is literally a parking lot and the spaces are marked off as in a shopping parking lot. However there is room for an RV plus another vehicle. Even though the parking is rather cramped and not very pretty, they do have other amenities that make the stay pleasant, They have a heated indoor swimming pool with a hot tub and a sauna. There is also a game room with TV, VCR, and even board games for the family to enjoy. They also have a playground for the younger children. Even though there are no fire pits, there is a gas grill for the use of the campers and a few picnic tables scattered around the grounds. The bathrooms are large and the showers are really nice. Very clean. It is easy access to shopping and Seattle. The price is right and the extras are great. The staff is friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay again if we're in the area. I just wish the game room and pool were open longer. They close at different times depending on the weekday but the latest they are open is nine and some days they close as early as 6.