Passport America rate was $20 CASH! Glad we didn't pay $38. The park is not worth it! The park looks dirty, sites are not level and there are too many permanent residents. All night there was train noise, road traffic in the park, and cats screaming. Plus, there is an animal shelter next door so the dogs were barking and howling into the night. Avoid this park and go on down the road.
Surprise! This park is right in a very busy shopping and an old residential area just off I-20. But the park is quiet, shady with huge oak trees, grass lawns at every site, and very well maintained and clean. We chose Treetops to be close to family in Arlington. Glad we did. The staff was friendly and helpful. We followed the camp host to our site and he made sure we were satisfied with our site and helped lining us up with the utilities before he went on his way. The park is well nicely landscaped. Not just the entrance, but in the whole park. We would definitely return if in the area.
Our rate is for seniors over 55. The park facilities are impressive. Each resident is given a pin # to access the office building for use of the showers, bathrooms, laundry, fitness room, and club room. The sites are long pull thrus and very wide. Of course being in W. Texas don't expect grass or shade but around the office building is a wonderful dark green grassy lawn. There is also a duck pond with fish in it. This is about the best in the Odessa/Midland area. There are thousands of construction workers living in RVs everywhere due to an oil drilling boom taking hold of this small town area. This park is on city water. Many others are on well water or bottled water. We would stay again.
Good place to stay for the view of the city. Very clean and well cared for by the hosts. All grave,l but cleaned and raked just about every day. Some shade is available. There are a couple of gazebos to sit and relax. Wi-Fi was slow, but doable. Checked out a couple of the other parks in area and this one was the best choice for us. Would stay again if in the area.
We stayed 2 nights to visit family in area. The park is very cute. Sites are level and well thought out, but all gravel with a few bushes here and there. Looks like it can be busy in the winter months. There is a sound barrier wall to block out the Interstate and industrial noise. Nice landscape is all around the park. Only minus is the fact that the dog smell of waste has just about over run the park. There is 3 dog areas and all of them need a good cleaning. I would not let my dog use the designated areas due to the smell and waste. We would probably look for some where different next time.
This is a full timers or snowbird park. Sites are very nice and terraced for a view from most areas. The sites are privately owned and rented out when owners are not present. The park was very quiet 24/7 - in fact didn't see many residents at all during our 3 days. It is close to Hoover Dam and a good home base for visiting Las Vegas and being out of the crowds. To sum it up - there wasn't any thing wrong with the park - it just wasn't a great place for overnighters. We probably will look somewhere else next time in area.
Ditto on all the amenities that previous reviewers have raved about. Every evening the resort sponsored get togethers for the guests; e.i. wine and cheese w/live entertainment, pizza and ice cream party, candy bingo, movie night, pot lucks, etc. The sites are beautifully designed, but not quite long enough to stay hooked up in the pull thrus if you are a large unit and a large toad. Grounds are well lit at night. The trees and landscaped areas are well taken care of. Zion entrance is about 20 miles down the road. We would definitely return.
The upper terraced sites and resort entrance is landscaped very nice. There are lower sections that are dirt and gravel at the base of the hill. Sites are a good width with patio and shaded grassy areas depending on sun location. There are a few pull throughs, but most sites are back ins or even pull ins. We didn't try the facilities or pool, but everything looks very neat and maintained. There is a fenced in dog area with gravel and some shade and small area of grass. Park is close to road, so there is traffic noise but not that bad at night. The interstate is steep for a long stretch from Salt Lake City. The views from the sites are awesome. We would return.
Nicely laid out park . Concrete pads and small grassy patch between each site. The sites were tight but doable. Awning would almost touch neighbor if extended out completely. The bark park was a nice plus for the family dog. Did not use wi-fi, so have no comment. There were plenty of full timers and seasonal residents. We would stay again if in area.
What a small gem on the Columbia River. The road and sites are paved. There is plenty of green grass and shade trees. Camp host was very friendly. Not much in the area for stores or restaurants so be sure to come well stocked and prepared. We would return when in the area.
Nice quiet park in a very busy urban area. The lake and trees add to a very peaceful atmosphere. Close to everything. The sites were narrow but private with high tight greenery between them. Did not use WiFi - it is only free one hour a day. Otherwise, all the hook ups worked very well. Would return to this park if in the Seattle area.
Nice park for a few days. The owners live on site and keep the grounds and facilities clean. Roads are paved. There is large pine trees for shade and nice landscape trees thru out the park. The sites and access is a bit tight for big rigs, but it is doable. There is some train noise during the night. Checked out a couple of the parks in the area and this was the best for us. The Hope Pizza is very good, but pricey. We would return.
Nothing special about this place. Sites were tight and mostly gravel and dirt. The roads were the same. Only about 5 sites in the entry were good size and had grassy areas. There were many permanent residents in the back two rows. Our awning just about touched the neighbors slide. There was Wi-Fi, but we found it to work faster while we were outside. Maybe 3 TV channels were available, but so much static not enjoyable to watch at all. Sure there's no train noise - BUT traffic noise from the road was continuous during the day. At night it was quiet. We would go down the highway in search of a better park next time.
This is a great place to stay for a couple of days. The pride and care of the campground and the owners personal home shows. They have a beautiful flower garden with winding path through it with plaques explaining the names of the flowers. Everything is kept clean and in working order. The sites are a good width and length with grass, picnic table on nice patio. Wi-Fi worked good, so didn't mind being charged a daily fee. Many TV channels were available, also for an extra fee. Owner stopped by before we left and said "We have some of the nicest people stay in our backyard". Would definitely stay again if in the area.
Very nice small private park with a glacier view - thus the name. We had a just long enough pull through with 30/water/sewer. Some road noise, but still quiet at night. Owners keep the grounds looking clean and well kept. Beautiful flower beds along the common areas. We would stay again.
About the best in the area for big rigs. The sites are haphazard in arrangement, but you will have shade and landscape instead of all gravel. We had a long pull through 30/water/sewer. Highway and the industrial big trucks noise didn't bother us on the inside sites of park. We visited the bear viewing a couple of times and the salmon were running in the Salmon River. No bears though. We seen a couple of bears at the Hyder, AK town dump. The Salmon Glacier is a nice day trip (30 miles one way). We ate at "The Bus" in Hyder for an unique experience. Groceries were very expensive, so be sure to be well stocked before traveling to Stewart. We stayed 3 nights and would stay here again.
Had to think about the rating for awhile. Considering the remoteness of the area, this park is definitely a "10". Sure, didn't have TV - but the views were all the entertainment you need. The sites were long and level. The grass was lush and green with plenty of space for all slides and toads. Thirty amps and water with a dump station easy to use. Have to agree with the previous review. We found this to be a gem of a campground. Would definitely stay here again.
Very tight roads and sites. The park woods need some trimming. Really no complaints other than overcrowded. Park had a log cabin meeting pavilion with fireplace and couple of picnic tables to warm up and talk in the evening. The "Wolf's Den" restaurant on site is excellent and unique. Only stayed one night. Would we stay again? No.
Not to many parks along this stretch of the ALCAN. Teslin is good stop for overnight. The Wi-Fi works well at the office and restaurant area. No cable TV. We had a long pull thru with 30 amps and water. They give a 4 cent discount per liter, if you stay in park and purchase fuel. The restaurant food was okay. We would stay again.
We were parked on the bay side parking lot. Had 30 amps and water. Had a awesome view of the fjords. Watched 4 cruise ships come and go daily. Very busy area and touristy. But that being said - we totally enjoyed the views and the activities in Skagway. We thought it was the best in town. Would stay again.
Come on people! We thought the beauty of the campground was great - But the pull throughs for 40 ft MH with toad was really just not that great. . We made it, but it was tight. The Wi-Fi was nonexistent at our site. Leveling was fine. We stayed only one night. Really this was about the only park along the Glenn Highway that had any character. We would stay again.
Nice views of bay. The rate is for 7 nights (50amps/FHU) with a Good SAMs discount. The sites were very tight and short. Since the campground layout is on uphill slope we didn't feel that cramped. Many dogs running free. A trash can and post at the entrance of every site made it difficult to park RV at times. Staff is very friendly. Office has a very nice gift store with decent prices. Park is away from all the hustle and bustle of the spit crowd. You can walk down to the adjoining beach, but the path needs work to be safe. We would stay again.
Nothing much available in the city - this was good for the 4th of July weekend. The city was very crowded due to the famous annual MT MARATHON foot race. We had a good 50amp/water 25 ft wide site on the waterfront. Be careful when you level - but it can be done. We were able to walk to downtown one way and to the small boat harbor the other way. There is plenty to do and see in both areas. We enjoyed Seward very much. Would definitely stay again
Everything was just right. Owner and staff were very friendly. Location is just on the outskirts of town, but very quiet. We had a FHU 50 amp pull through large gravel site with trees. Only a few TV stations and no cable, but had good reception. Wi-Fi worked very well at all times. We would definitely stay here again.
Park was about the best in area. We had a pull through FHU with 50 amps. The sites are gravel with some grass in between. Very tight, but level. The Wi-Fi was almost nonexistent. Park is family owned and kept up as far as repairs. Walmart and other shopping is near by. Would stay again.
We stayed 3 nights. Park is typical of many Alaska private parks. With a 40ft MH we had just enough room for slides but we were comfortable after setting up camp. The pull-thru had full hook ups with 50amps and worked great. The WiFi was very good. The staff was very friendly. We were happy with the dog walk service at $10/2 walks during the day. Think the dog was happy also. We were glad we opted for this park after seeing what the other private parks in the area had to offer. We would stay again.
Started out with two nights and than added three more nights. Good level gravel sites. Not too wide, but decent distance between RVs like most of the Alaska commercial parks. Staff is friendly. Nice grassy area on the river bank to walk the dog or sit for awhile. Park is about 8 miles from the Fairbanks popular sights such as Pioneer Park and the Riverboat Discovery. The town of North Pole is to the east, about 5 miles. All in all, it was a good park choice. Would stay again.
Everything was great. Sites and roads are gravel with trees for shade. There is a dog shed demo every morning and music entertainment every night. Only drawback was for Wi-Fi. You need to register a coupon for every hour to be online. Found it to be a nuisance. We will return later this summer.
Not much between Whitehorse and Tok, Alaska. This park was easy to park and spent one night before crossing the border into Alaska. Didn't use Wi-Fi, but was told it worked in the office only. Would stay again.
Very nice gated RV Resort. Staff was very courteous and friendly. WiFi was excellent. The rotary village park is next door and we had private entry to the walking trails from the RV park. To sum it up - this one of the nicest parks and area that we have stayed in and would highly recommend it to anyone for overnight or a longer stay.
From the road the park looked OK, but the nice shaded sites are taken by the long timers. Overnighters are put in a glorified full hookup, short, pull through in the back by the storage area. The park can't help it that the industrial park next door is being graded and there are constant dust storms, but it was a big disappointment. The pet areas were nonexistent. Trash is all over the place. We moved the next day to a better place just down the road and the price was about the same. Everyone to their own opinion - we won't be back.
Stayed two nights. The staff was professional and friendly when we checked in. Campground was very clean; sites are rather tight. They charged $1/night for our dog, but there was no special dog area in the RV park. There is a very nice, off leash river trail just next to the park. Enjoyed shopping and eating in the town of Cochrane. Seems most of the park is filled with returning snow birds. We would stay again.
Very pleasant experience staying here for a couple of nights. As the name implies the park is in a large open spaces meadow with snow capped mountains all around. The camp hosts keep the area immaculate. We were able to drive through Glacier National Park easily; one day the West Side and the next day the East side. We would definitely return to this park.
Okay place for one night. Wi-Fi was good. All utilities were satisfactory. We witnessed the owner/manager brow beat 3 different guests about the 7-1/2 mph limit in the park and also one of his employees about the misuse of tools. He should remember if it wasn't for the guests he would not have a business. There is always a better way to handle situations than to yell and belittle. We will not return to Dick's!
The owners and work campers were all very friendly, helpful, and knowledgable about the local attractions and activities. The park is situated in the valley with mountains all around. If you like quiet this is the place. The sites are large and grassy. Plenty of room for your dog to roam on the leash. West Yellowstone entrance is an easy 20 miles to the north. Be sure to take a drive to Big Springs and the Upper and Lower Mesa Falls. We definitely would return to this park if in the area.
Beautiful view of the devil tower. Park is outstanding and really the only full hookup park in the area. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Dog park is large and clean. The town of Hullet, Wy is about 15 miles to the east. Great bar burger at the Poderosa Saloon.
Everyone was friendly. Owners have been there two years and making a lot improvements. The park is next to a hotel but there are trees in the landscape between the parking lot and park. There is a small creek on the back side of park.
Nice friendly owners and work campers. The landscaped sites are a plus. There is a lot of rock gravel for the roads and the pads. Grass and trees are green and well kept. This is one of the best parks we have stayed.
This is 2nd time we have used badlands KOA as home base to tour the sites. The new owners are friendly and working on the grounds constantly. There is a large dog park with a cool down tub. Wifi was excellent.
Park has really gone down hill since last time we were there about 5 years ago. The pull through sites were too short unless you have less than a 40foot Class A. We had to work it hard to get level. The wi-fi was almost non-existent. One night was enough. Next time we are in this area we will try somewhere new.
Would not take credit card for Passport America; had to be cash only to get the $17/night rate. Amana Colonies are very close. The sites and roads are gravel. Sites are large with nice grass between each area. The Wi-Fi is great and included in rate.
Beautiful park, except the back-in sites are too short for Big Rigs. Pull-through sites were $10 more. There is no sewer, and no Wi-Fi. I really think the park is over priced for what you get, but then we didn't find any other RV park in the immediate area.
Second time we have stayed here. Not many choices in the Detroit metro area to RV Camp. We found the park to be improved from the previous visit. Yes there are long timers and transients construction workers in the park. Most are working on the roads and the pipelines in the area. The transients were friendly and kept their sites very clean. This park is a family owned business with a interesting long history of development through the years. The Wi-Fi worked very well. You are near a big city - so you have to expect airplane noise from 30 miles away; train noise was about a mile away which didn't bother us. We would definitely stay here again.
Small park with a few seasonal campers. Owners are very nice and work hard to make everyone feel welcomed. Farm-like landscape with old buildings and horses in pasture. Our pull through site was very long and somewhat level. All utilities worked well. Wifi was good. The roads and sites are gravel and somewhat narrow for big rigs.
Stayed overnight in a long pull-through. Excellent office check in. The campground store is well stocked. Wi-Fi is very strong and included. Rate is with Good Sam's 10% discount. The dog park is a very nice large fenced in grassy area. The seasonal sites are well separated from the travelers needing a night or two.