Nice park on the Colorado River, but not particularly good for an overnight. Pull through sites were difficult to get into with a large motorhome due to trees and tight turns. Sites were level. In order to get there, you need to go through the town of La Grange, making several turns. Also, rate is for cash. They charge an extra $5.00 for credit card use.
If you need a level site, you may want to pass this one by. Country type park, lots of trees (some sites are OK for satellite). but sites are mostly grass with lots of holes. We had to move from site #45 which was impossible to level our 43' motorhome to a site which was barely acceptable for leveling. Wont stay here again.
This park would be fine for an overnight stay if not for the potholes. The sites are long and relatively level, however the park does not look particularly well maintained. The deal breaker is the potholes on the road entering the park. I would not subject my motorhome tires to these massive potholes again. I don't know if the park owner or the city is responsible, but, I would not stay here again unless someone did something about the road.
This park is a real gem. It is located on route 86 with a view of the Salton Sea across the road. The campground is extremely well maintained with swimming pool, hot tub and tennis courts. The friendly owners told us to feel free to pick any citrus fruits growing throughout the park. The sites are not large but adequate. We had no problem pulling into a pull through site with our 42' motorhome and tow vehicle. Price paid was Passport America price. Would definitely stay here again.
Excellent location near Newport Aquarium and about 5 minute drive to the Newport waterfront shopping area. Some of the pull through sites have a view of the water, but, most do not. Sites are large, paved and level. A good central location for exploring central Oregon coast. Price reflects weekly rate. Would definitely stay here again.
A great park. Quiet and in a beautiful area. Verizon phone and broadband was not very good. The owner directed us to a site that picked up Direct TV with our dome perfectly. The sites were large and well maintained. Planned on two or three days and ended up staying 8. Would come back again.
This park consists of two rows of sites. The "back row" are back in sites with 50 Amp service and, in some cases, a restricted view of the ocean. The "front row" are pull through sites with 30 Amp service and a great view of the ocean. You pay a premium for the front row, but the view is worth it. We enjoyed watching the ocean and the people and would certainly stay here again. Too bad there wasn't 50 amp service in the premium sites.
Unlike most of the reviewers here, we were not very happy with this park. Though the sites were large enough for a big rig, it feels more like a tenting campground. Lots of noise till late at night, lots of campfires (we had to keep our windows closed), and lots and lots of kids. If your looking for a campground with loads of childrens' activities, this may be the place for you. Considering the fact that it is terribly overpriced, we would not stay here again.
Large level sites in a country setting. About an hour from Halifax. Truro, the nearest large town, is only 10 minutes away and has plenty of shopping, supermarkets, etc. Our Verizon phone service was marginal and we had to use a Direct TV dish on a tripod since our dome would not pick up a good signal. The owner went out of his way to accommodate any requests and is a RV technician. He helped me out with a problem and refused to charge me. We would definitely return.
This park caters mainly to locals who stay through the summer. Lots of children, large swimming pool and playground. Since we do not use most of the facilities and are more interested in a long level site, we were not terribly impressed. The long sites slope pretty bad and we had a hard time leveling. The park is convenient to Charlottetown (about 15 minutes to downtown).
Of all the campgrounds in PEI, we enjoyed Twin Shores the most. We're always concerned about whether a site is long enough and level enough for a 42ft motorhome. Here we had a long level site with a great view of the bay. The location is central to the north shore of the island. Try to get a site in the 500 to 510 row. We'd stay here again.
Passport America Park. Long full hookup sites with 50 Amp service. Beautiful area in park like setting on the river. Sites could have been a little more level and access to the park was a little tricky, but not a problem for us. Would stay here again.
This would have been a pleasant stay, except, we were given site "M". The site was not level, it was within a foot of an old 5th wheel that was falling apart, the water connection was under a huge wooden box that I had to lift up, and the railroad track was within a few feet of our bedroom. When we walked around the park later, we found nice, long level sites (all empty), that would have been great. Sometime you wonder where these RV park people have their heads.
Very poorly maintained. Our slide almost touched the slide of the motorhome beside us. Signs were misleading and most big rigs had to back up after going into the office to check in. Generally, it looked liked management just did't care.