We spent one night here. It's conveniently located off the highway and has grass, trees, fire pits, laundry, and pull thru sites. It's very difficult to determine where the sites are. The hookups are in the rear. We had no problems getting satellite or cell phone service. This park is convenient for an overnight stay overnight. We were able to keep the dolly and tow vehicle hooked up to our RV. We would stay again.
The people who care for the park do a nice job. Everything was neat, clean, and the lawn was mowed. It sits at the highway between Rapid City and Mt. Rushmore. However, I think I would look elsewhere the next time. The park sits in the sun. I could not use the WiFi for several days until the park emptied out. The free cable consists of 14 channels. Sewer smells greet you when you step outside your RV. The spots were just adequate with 12' to 15' between sites. We passed other parks while touring attractions here that we would have preferred because they offered shade and privacy. This isn't a bad park, it's just not what we enjoy.
This park is 15 minutes to West Yellowstone. It sits on a gorgeous lake with mountains all around. The wifi and utilities are excellent. The pull through spot fit our 35' with tow and dolly. There is ample space between sites. The picnic table sits on a concrete slab. You could stay in town, but we prefer to camp a few miles out where it's quiet, peaceful, and the stars shine brightly. The staff is excellent. You can even rent a paddle boat here. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was because there was no cable or TV channels. We used our satellite. We would definitely stay again.
Nice, clean park. We were here for one night on our way from Oregon to Wyoming. The sites are concrete and the spaces have plenty of room between them. I was impressed that this park holds three sites for after hour pull ins. We have not seen this in any other park in the country thus far. It was nice to pull into a spot knowing we weren't taking someone's space. We saw the owner and were told to just pay in the morning. The utilities worked great, and it's convenient to the freeway.
The park is in an excellent location; close to town, groceries, shopping, restaurants, attractions, and the GrandTetons National park. The hookups work well although the wifi is slow. On this basis, I rated the park higher than I might have otherwise. The park was not well maintained. The grass was long. The spots are too tight and short. It will be challenging to pull out in the morning as the spots are straight rather than angled. This park could be a gem if they revamped and updated the sites, but I suppose when you are getting an outrageous price of more than $60 per night, there's not much incentive to improve the facility. I have been traveling for more than two months now. This park takes the "honors" for the most expensive park and one of the least desirable parks we have stayed in. While Jackson is a nice place, it is no nicer than the other fine cities and towns we have visited across the country. I would look for another location if I visited again.
Nicely landscaped and well maintained park. The staff is helpful. The camper hosts are very friendly. The pool and laundry room are clean. Our 35' RV with car and dolly fit nicely on the concreted site. The location is convenient to all essential stores and to I84. The MAX train to Portland is a 10 minute drive. Yes, there rules that are enforced, but they are not unreasonable. The rules are for the benefit of all guests. Our spot is three rows from the front of the park. You can hear cars from the road, but it isn't extreme. There is a train track at the rear of the park. From inside our RV near the front of the park - the noise was almost unnoticeable. Plus, the train runs infrequently. The park rates as one of our favorites. The only reason we gave it an 8 is because the new Wi-Fi is slow (they're working on it) and our cable connection was bad, due to bad wiring. I would definitely stay here again, on a spot near the front of the park.
I had high expectations for this State Park based on glowing reviews, but the park was poorly maintained. The grass and numerous weeds were high. The fire ring was full of burnt wood and at least 10" of ashes. The park is close to stores, pharmacies, fuel and groceries. It is also a short walk under the bridge to the ocean. If it weren't for these extras I would rate this park lower. I would not reserve this park again.
Excellent park! Meticulously manicured, extremely clean, beautiful scenery, excellent laundry and bathroom facilities, helpful pleasant staff, an enjoyable walking path, cable TV, and spacious sites. The only minor imperfection was unreliable Wi-Fi. However, the staff warned us of this so it didn't come as a shock. We have been traveling for almost two months across the country, and Winchester Bay RV Resort stands out as one of the best. Keep up the good work!
Nice park! We were told the state parks are the best, but after checking out a few of them we decided our 35' and tow would be a tight squeeze. We ended up at this park. The host was extremely nice. The pull-through site is very long and shaded. It's quiet here and has good Wi-Fi and cable. A nice laundromat is across the street and a grocery store is down the road. This is a great campground for adults but children might be bored. We like it here and would definitely stay again.
Reviewing this park is difficult. If it were anywhere else, I would rate it a "2" due to VERY tight spots, freeway traffic noise, maneuvering issues, and overall lack of appeal. It looks more like a parking lot than an RV park. However, I wanted a park that was convenient to San Francisco, was safe, was near grocery stores and restaurants, and included easy freeway access and transportation options that wouldn't leave me spending my vacation in traffic. Based on my criteria, this park deserves a 10. The ferry terminal is an easy 20 minute walk. Grocery stores and restaurants can be reached in less than 10 minutes without getting on the freeway. It's an easy drive to the Golden Gate Bridge, to Marin Headlands, Rt. 1, and the Nike Missile site. We didn't use the park restrooms, but the pool looked clean, and the staff was very helpful with directions. Yes, we had to close our awning to allow the neighbor to park, we had to get used to the road noise (not extreme), and we had to figure out how to access the freeway, but it was all worth it for the convenience, and we would definitely stay again.
We stayed here three nights to visit Sequoia National Park. We picked a site facing the river to hear the water rushing by on it's way to where three rivers converge in the campground. We had full hookups and cable. The WiFi was slow but acceptable. AT&T cell strength is fine. There is grass between the spots. We appreciated the huge Sycamore tree on our site. A hardware store and small grocery store are down the street. We were happy with our choice and would stay here again.
There aren't many options for staying outside Yosemite. While this park is not visually the most appealing, it has everything we need including full hookups and Wi-Fi access. Both our satellite and AT&T cell phones works great. The park is three miles off Rt. 41, is across from the golf course, has lots of shade, and is very quiet. We were given a 10% discount and were charged $110 for three nights. The road to the park is steep and winding, but we managed fine in a 35' RV with tow. I would stay here again.
This is a great park. It is very clean and tidy. It has excellent amenities. It has a huge pool, spa, laundry, store, street lights shuffleboard, and more. It is north of LA, so its not so hectic. There is road noise, but it is not extreme. The staff works hard to keep it clean. My only complaints are, the slow WiFi and fuzzy cable signal. I stayed in a motor home and would stay again. Nice park!!
If I were to do it again, I would stay elsewhere. This park had a decent front section with grass, but we were sent to the back area because we were 55' with our tow. This section was gravel and shrubs that needed trimming. The Wi-Fi was very sporadic. It's in the middle of nowhere. The only good thing I can say is that the staff was nice. If you are visiting Bryce Canyon, I suggest you look up another place that would be much more convenient.
Top rate park with a nice heated pool and spa. Full hook ups with Wi-Fi and cable, concrete pads, and the park is extremely neat and clean. The staff was helpful and responded to our request for a site with shade. It might not be the best park, but we liked everything about it including the convenience to Hoover Dam. It's about 35 minutes to Vegas and is quiet and in a location that left us feeling safe. We would stay again.
Great state park that is in a convenient location. It's not far to Zion National Park and its close to groceries, gas, and dining. The park has full hook ups, a picnic table under a shelter that includes a grill, and has a gorgeous lake. We rented an ATV in town and could like it to the sand dunes at the far end of the park. It was awesome. We rode to the beach and ate lunch on the beach. I loved the opportunities available here and would recommend it to anyone. The only drawback is a lack of trees, but the perks far outweigh this one shortfall. Great park!
Sam Club rate. The park had everything we needed; cable, wifi, clean and neat, grass between the sites, and a nice laundry. It is outside of town on the south side of Moab. My only complaint (and the reason I gave it an 8) is that you must check out by 10:00 a.m. or reserve another day by 9:00 a.m. In my opinion, this is simply too early.
We found this park on RV Reviews. However, we ended up with directions to another park right down the road with a VERY similar name. Fortunately we ended up in the right park. The owners were pleasant, nice washers and dryers, 2 hot tubs, pool (closed for winter), games, videos, full hookups, a sitting area for a fire, a store, propane, close to shopping, and more. Great park, well taken care of. Owners live on site. We passed several RV parks on our way here from Colorado Springs and feel that this is by far the best park around. We would definitely stay here again.
Stayed here one night on our way to Colorado. The campground was adequate but could definitely use some updating and tender loving care. There were permanents on site that made the park look old and dated. I would probably look somewhere else the next time I drove this way.
The park was very convenient to 1-70, which was a huge plus. The park was okay for an overnight stay. Nothing special here but the sites were level and the park was patrolled by rangers, as this is a city park. No trees, but a nice walking path by the lake. I would camp here overnight again.
The nightly rate is $24 with an additional $7 per night fee for the RV. The park is VERY nice. It overlooks Colorado Springs as it sits part way up the mountain and is easily accessible to town and to Camping World. Nice facilities, nice staff, nice pull-through spots. It was windy when we were here and we had to bring in the slide out, but we were in the midst of a blizzard warning that fortunately never materialized! Very nice state park!