The park is clean but very dusty. We tried phoning for two days to see if space was available, and even though the recording said to leave your phone number and they would call back, no one had the courtesy of returning any of the calls. We thought that maybe they had phone problems so we went there on a whim anyway. Arrived to find self check-in, at 11:00 in the morning. Tried numerous times to visit with the office, but each time, the door was locked tight as a drum. One RV had a problem with water pouring out but there was no way to contact the park as no one returns calls nor are there emergency numbers posted anywhere. A good place for an overnight stop, but that's it. Never did see the owner(s) even though they supposedly live on the property. It's a shame as it is a quiet park and has lots of potential.
Take the additional half hour drive off the highway and enjoy the peace and quiet this park offers (at least it was when we were there; the water park was shut down for the winter). I have to agree with the previous reviewer regarding the toilet facilities. They were awful. Someone had left a mop and bucket in the corner of one of the laundry areas and it was filthy. Looked like it had been there for quite a while. The bad thing about the park is that management needs to do some clean-up with the sites. We walked the whole park to find that more than half of it has been left untended, allowing the surrounding woods to take over. Sad, as it could be a wonderful place if someone would take some time to spruce it up some. There are a lot of full timers, with lots of boats and trailers scattered amongst the sites. Trash in the woods, bucket lights in the trees left on all day, overgrowth in other areas. The water park and the day use areas look well groomed until you look closer. There's trash there as well. Like I said earlier, it is a peaceful and quiet place and I would definitely stay again, using my own facilities. The reservoir is teeming with birds and wildlife. A great place for canoes, kayaks, riding bikes. Simply put: a wonderful place to stop and just relax. We planned on only staying one night but added a second one as it was so peaceful. The staff we met were extremely pleasant and friendly. The rate reflects the Passport America rate.
A gem in the making. The new owners are really making an effort to re-do this park. If you are tired and want to spend a day somewhere along the Interstate, this is the place. It's a matter of minutes off of I-40. The sites are level, the water and power are good. The atmosphere is relaxed. A short walk or ride to the nearby lake. A very child-friendly park. Will definitely stay here again when passing through.
A great little park when passing through Amarillo. The manager is extremely pleasant and helpful. We stumbled upon this park and were pleasantly surprised. The sites are level, the noise level from the Interstate is minimal, the water is well water and wonderful. Two wells on the property! We drained our city water and refilled there. Would definitely stop on our way through again.
We called ahead to see about a site for a couple of nights. We told them we had Passport America. When we arrived, the rate was more than the printed rate in the P/A book. We were told that the owner had raised the rates three months prior and the notice was posted on the inside of the door. They also said they told everyone who called. We told them they didn't tell us. We pulled into the site which was fairly level but full of tall weeds and cigarette butts. There are light poles at each end of the site (long enough to accommodate 2 RV's) and more than 75% of them either had no bulb or the bulb had blown out. There was a walkway that led towards town but it too was full of weeds and trash. The restrooms at first glance looked clean. I ended up sharing my shower with a huge spider and crickets who appeared halfway through it. The seat in the handicap shower stall was full of mold and mildew. The toilets weren't much cleaner either. It seems as though the help is there for the free ride as no one was out and about picking up or cleaning the place, except for emptying the outside trash bins. Breakers being held in place with black tape, broken cable boxes, and bent over water hookups. We saw no one doing anything outside for the two days we were there. Permanent RV's in the back of the park don't help the overall appearance either. We would bypass this park when going through as there are better alternatives in the area.
The owners are really nice and accommodating. At first glance the park doesn't look like much, but the looks are deceiving. There are permanent RV's there but their sites are without clutter, except for a couple of mobile homes which do detract from the park. The owners are really trying to clean the place up; and it shows. The bathrooms and the laundry are immaculate. The sites are clean and level. It is close to the train tracks but the noise is minimal. If you're looking for dried hot pepper garlands, or want more info on hot peppers, this is the place to be. And the owner is also a dog groomer with a grooming facility on site. We would definitely stay here again.
Cute park just off the main road. Large level sites. Quiet and clean. Showers, restrooms and laundry are spotless. If you're looking for peace and quiet and 50 amp service(unheard of in Alaska), you've found the right place to be. Walking distance to town and local historical sites. Will definitely stay again if ever back in the area.
Best park in Anchorage (we checked them all). Large sites with plenty of room to move around in. Managers extremely helpful. Clean washers, dryers, showers, bathrooms. Walking distance to downtown activities and Alaska railroad. Will stop again on our way through.
We got a pull through site with 50 amp service which was a few dollars more than the 30 amp. Bathrooms were spotless and laundry clean. Very high price for not having water at your site at that time of year: $45.00.