This is a very nice park overall. The space we stayed in was very large. The park is one that you can purchase a site and put any improvements on that you wish, such as a casita or garage, etc. Supposedly you can contact the owner of one of the sites and rent from them directly, but we were unable to find one available. Apparently, most people who do this, stay one to three months at a time and you need to secure your rental a year in advance. The WiFi was one of the major problems. You are only allowed one mobile device on the WiFi at once and it was extremely slow, if it worked at all. The people in the office were very nice and they do have a lot of activities if you wish to participate.
We made reservations at this park four months in advance indicating the size of our rig. When we got here, pretty much the only spot we could fit in, was outside the fence of the park, which was right next to the city fuel station. Yup, kind of noisy especially early in the morning. They close the gate at night so there was nothing very secure about the spot in which we stayed. We had to go on the other side of the cyclone fence in order to access our hookups. The spots inside the fence were very unlevel and some were very short. They actually squeezed in four more spots in addition to the 15 they advertise. The "clubhouse" was just a cluttered office where there were two washers and dryers and two showers. There was a fifth wheel just outside the office where I assume the owner lived. Underneath the hitch area, there were many file cabinets stored. Mostly full-timers here. Wouldn't stay here again unless absolutely necessary.
Very nice park that used to be a membership park and is now open to the public. They are very accommodating in the office and it is a very good atmosphere. The park is under significant renovation with a new pool under construction. The WiFi and cell service was good. They have a winery next door where you can taste wine, and there is also a nice restaurant. Would definitely stay here again.
This is sort of an ordinary park with very tight spaces with that "parking lot" type atmosphere. Many full-timers with old trailers and a significant amount of junk around them. The people in the office were very nice and very helpful. WiFi was good and you have an excellent cell signal here. It was very quiet and is a good spot for a night or two.
This is a very nice park with nice large spaces and some nice shady spots. It is very quiet and you don't get a lot of noise from the highway. There is no WiFi and cell service is very limited. Only some of the spots have a sewer connection and it is nearly impossible to get one of these spots because people make reservations a year in advance to get them. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park with a very nice view of Lake Granby. This park is run by American Land and Leisure and the reservation process was a little disorganized. The camp host was very nice, but they do need to get their reservation signs out earlier so people don't come in and try to occupy a site which is already reserved. There are electric and water hookups and a dump station as you leave. The electric hookup sites are on top of a hill (a little windy) and you have a 360 degree view of the lake.
This was an okay campground for one night. It is in a very industrial part of Grand Junction and close to the freeway. Pet friendly, but not too many places to walk the dog since the neighboring businesses do not want you walking your dog on their street. Wi-Fi worked well.
This was a park which we would stay at only for one night on the way to somewhere. Don't know why Trailer Life would rate this park so highly. When compared to other parks with a 9.5, this cannot compare. The staff was friendly, but this park definitely needs some TLC and there are a lot of full-timers with old RVs throughout the park. The Wi-Fi did not work. The park was relatively quiet with just the faint sound of the train and freeway nearby, nothing too bothersome.
This is a very nice park. There is a nice restaurant on the premises and we had a good breakfast there. There was a little train noise and the WI-FI was a little unreliable, but over all the experience was a positive one. We had a $10 off coupon we received in Quartzsite, so the regular price is $39 a night.
We enjoyed this year's visit much more than last year. The restrooms and laundry areas were new and beautiful as compared to last year when they were closed down. The only real complaint is that it is a little noisy from the road, but not really horrible. The Wi-Fi was lousy and expensive. It was $4 a day or $16 a week, but not worth the price since it was slow and not very reliable. We kept getting dropped and could only log on from one computer at a time. I think for the price, the Wi-Fi should have been free.
What a fun place to camp with friends and family. We were in Quartzsite for the RV show and have been coming for the last three years. There are no services except for you can get water and there is a dump station on the premises. It is dusty but you have to expect that in the desert.
This is a nice park; out of town a bit, which is nice. It is a little noisy from the street and train, but it didn't bother us too much at night. The people in the office were great and gave us information about the area. The showers were very nice, the only thing is that you only have cold water at the sinks so if you need to shave, this is an issue. We would stay here again.
This is a wonderful park with everything you need. Ed in the office was very nice and very accommodating. They have a shuttle that runs to the casino where you can have a nice buffet breakfast or other meal. Very quiet and clean. We stay here every time we come to Jackson.
For the life of me, I cannot understand Trailer Life's rating this park so highly. The sites are tight and on dusty gravel. Everything is very dry and there are quite a few permanent residents coming and going. They claim to have Wi-Fi which was non-existent. We could connect, but not use the internet! The dog yard was stinky and dusty. My dog refused to even go in. This park is okay just for a night traveling through, but that's about it.
This is a nice park with long spaces, although not too wide. Good cable TV reception and Wi-Fi is available for an extra $2 per day (price of $31 per night includes this fee and Good Sam discount). It is quiet for the most part, but the train tracks are very close by and there were a lot of trains and horn blowing during the night. We live in an extremely quiet area in the mountains and are not used to this much train noise at night. If you are used to noise, this is not a issue. We would stay here again but probably only for a one night stopover.
Nice park, very shady and clean. We love this park, but the only things we didn't like is that they have pay showers. We think that for $30 a night you should be able to get a free shower. The second negative was the internet service. We tried to keep getting it at the cafe across the street and their satellite was having problems so we had to go to Joseph to get internet service. Other than these two problems, we would have given this park at 10.
This is a nice park if you want to stay overnight or do a jet boat trip and stay for a couple of nights. The sites are lined up in rows and on gravel, but you have quite a bit of room and a patch of lawn. Lots of full-timers, but the park is well maintained with beautiful restrooms and laundry area. Kind of noisy from the busy street that you come in on. Close to the jet boat staging areas so perfect if this is what you plan to do.
Nice State Park. We stayed here on a weekend which was quite noisy from the park being full to capacity (except for the handicapped spots). We had a site with little or no shade, but finally when the park cleared out from the weekend, it was quiet. The reservation system leaves a little to be desired. The only sites that were empty were the handicapped sites which I don't know why they can't rent out after a specific amount of time being available to disabled people. They have companion sites which run around $44 a night and will accommodate two rigs and tons of tents. Reserve America charges a $10 booking fee if you want reservations, so this adds to the cost significantly if you are only staying for one or two days. Would stay here again if in the McCall area.
This is a nice park. The sites are spread out, but a few are a little close. It is gravel and a little dusty, but the people were friendly and accommodating. Great for an over nighter or a couple of days to visit the neighboring ghost towns. Very quiet which was a nice change for us. We would stay here again when passing through.
This is a beautiful park. Green grass nice big sites, not too close together. The only problem is that it is right on the highway and the there is lots of traffic on the road. It is worthy of an overnight stay if you don't mind the noise from the road.
Nice State Park. Lots of green grass and very quiet. We stayed only one night because we were on our way to Idaho, so really didn't get to do much in the way of recreation. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park with lots of amenities and a friendly atmosphere. It seemed to be very well maintained. The only complaint is that the sites are very close together and I don't think we could get our awning out without touching the rig next door. It is quiet in that it is a ways away from I-10, but close enough to be very convenient to getting to the Phoenix area.
We love this park. It is nicely situated surrounding a lake (with lots of geese!). The spaces are far apart and the amenities are great. You get a discount if you get the casino club card. It is relatively close to Death Valley for recreation and the nearby town of Pahrump if you need supplies.
This was an okay campground close to town and on a main street. I had called ahead for reservations, but where we got there, we were informed that the laundry was closed down and the only facility they had for a shower and bathroom was a trailer near the bathroom that the owner had for sale. Since we had been camping in Quartzsite for eight days before this, we were looking forward to being able to do laundry and have a nice hot shower other than the one in our rig. We were told that we had been told that the laundry and bathrooms were not functioning when we had called for reservations, but this is simply not true. Other than that, the people were very nice.
Very nice park. Large open spaces with nice atmosphere. Shopping nearby. If you are visiting Tucson, it is out of the way and quiet, but a long trip to the heart of Tucson with a lot of traffic on the way, but otherwise this makes it nice in that you are in a secluded and quiet area away from the hustle and bustle. We were there when they had unusually cold weather in the single digits. It set a record and there was a lot of freezing so we really did not get to hike a lot of the park.
We stayed at Lime Saddle State Park. It was okay at best for the money. We have stayed here in the past, but only because there is little else to choose from and in the past it was more affordable. The State of California has doubled the rates at all of their campgrounds because of the budget crisis and it is too bad that they have chosen to get it out of people who enjoy the State Park facilities. The RV sites are $40 and the tent sites are $20 which is very high for what you get. Pay showers as well. We will try to find another place to stay next time.
This is a beautiful and quiet park. The sites are very large and there is a lot of vegetation between the sites making them very private. The staff was very nice and accommodating. The only thing that would have made this a 10 would have been if there were ocean view sites, but the park is away from the beach, on the other side of Highway 1. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Would definitely stay here again.
This campground is nice because it is right on the bay. The sites are pretty close together and the park is rather old and a little run down. Definitely could use some maintenance. The supplies in the bathroom such as soap in the dispenser, was non-existent. One of the sinks didn't work at all in the women's bathroom. The Wi-Fi did work and it was quiet. The doggie bags ran out during the time of our stay and the bags were never replenished. We would stay here again because of the atmosphere.
When traveling through Nevada on I-80, don't even think about stopping here. This campground is noisy from not only the freeway, but the refer trucks parked next door. The spaces are extremely crowded and cramped. It was extremely warm the night we camped here and we couldn't even open a window because of the noise. The bathrooms were locked at 9:00PM and were supposed to open at 7:00AM. At 7:30AM, they were still locked and we were told by the casino people that security had not arrived yet to unlock the bathrooms. We left at 8:30AM and they were still locked.
This was the nicest campground that we found on I-80 from Cheyenne to the Utah border. It was about 2 miles away from the freeway and was very quiet. Has nice large spaces and a grassy area. The bathroom/shower areas were very private in that you had a sink, shower, toilet and a very large area, all to yourself. The WiFi worked great. The owner was extremely accommodating and didn't present us with a whole list of rules when we checked in. Nice and low key, but very nice. We would definitely stay here again!
Very nice campground. We had a very nice spot right on the Boulder River. Your GPS will not be able to find this park. It is not downtown like the GPS will want to take you. There were no sewer hookups on the riverfront sites.
This is a very nice park with nice large and grassy sites. It is about 400 yards off the highway so it is very quiet. There is a nice walking trail next to the highway, great for dogwalking. I would have liked to have seen more laundry and bathroom facilities since there are only two washers and two dryers and two showers for men and two for women for the entire park. Since there are tent sites, it makes these facilities very busy at times. We had a spot that backed up to the National Forest.
This is a fine place to spend one or two nights. Of course, there is not much to do in Beatty except for Death Valley: you should probably go into the park if you were going to stay for any extended period of time. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It is gravel with a few trees and we have stayed in a lot tighter spaces. There are some full-timers, but it was really okay and not a problem. We would definitely stay here again on our way through.
This park is primarily just a parking lot. It is an okay spot just for one night passing through. Very noisy due to nearby airport and trains. Facilities were okay and we would probably stay again on our way through, but not for more than one night. The staff was very nice and helpful.
This is a fairly nice park which is close to town. The facilities such as the laundry facilities were okay but starting to show a little age. Nicely spaced sites and pretty quiet for being close to a major road coming into Taos. We spent a week here and the above rate is based upon the weekly rate. Would stay here again probably because this seemed to be the nicest park in Taos.
This is a very nice park with nice facilities. I have to agree with some of the prior reviews about the red lava rock sticking to everything and coming into the rig. You just need to be careful to wipe before entering. This park is close to town and is very convenient to other recreational facilities in the area. The park has lots of cutesy signs that become a bit tiresome, but I guess this is just the personality of the owners. The bathrooms and laundry facilities were fine and we ended up staying longer than originally anticipated. Would stay here again.
This is a lovely, quiet park with very friendly people running it. They gave us our choice of spaces and were extremely helpful. There are both shaded and sunny spots and some by the river. Very clean and we would definitely stay here again.
This place is very close to the railroad tracks and we heard the very loud trains and their whistles many times during the night. There were a few full-time RVs here, but not too bad. The Wi-Fi worked well after we had the attendant reboot the server. The spaces are very tight and we could not have put out our awning if we wanted to. Luckily it wasn't too hot.
This is a very nice park. It's very green and pretty and the spots are well spaced. There were a few trains going by: I think we had about three trains during the night. Other than that, it was very nice and the camp host and rangers were very nice.
This is a nice park if you need to stay in the Reno/Sparks area. The pads are concrete and could be a little more level. It is a short walk to the Sparks Marina which has a nice 2-mile walking path all the way around it. You are also quite close to Scheels Sporting Goods and the Legends Shopping Center. The staff was very friendly, however they need to pay closer attention to requests when reservations are made in advance, should two rigs want to be close together. We had made that request and were assigned sites very far apart. They did remedy the situation at our request because the park was only about 15-20% full at the time. They do raise their rates significantly if there is an event in town such as Hot August Nights or Street Vibrations so look out when you make reservations.
This is a very nice park with every amenity you can imagine. The shuttle service to the Casino was great, any time. The wildflowers were in full bloom and the scenery was beautiful. This is very close to many attractions, wineries and nice shops in Jackson, Sutter Creek and Amador City. We look forward to going back.
This is a somewhat nice park. It is relatively new and within walking distance to the casino. The restrooms were clean, however, there was no sink near the shower, so if you had to shave or brush your teeth, etc., you had to go to the restroom which was in a different area. The biggest complaint was that the cement pads were not level and it was difficult to get the rig level. You would think that a park as new as this was would have more level pads. The trees are still very small didn't provide any shade which would have been nice since it was 100 degrees the day were were there. The other thing was that the pool closed at 9:00PM. It was 90 degrees at 9 PM when we were there and we certainly would have appreciated being able to use the pool after 9 PM. The park is close to the casino so you do have the road noise and also the neon lights coming through your windows at night.