This is a nice park with non-functioning WiFi. The facilities are nice, the people are nice, but there is no internet unless you go to the office. Lazy Days has a huge investment here, but somehow, they overlooked the importance of a good internet connection to the modern RV owner. We pay our bills, we watch Netflix, we email the kids and grandkids, and strong internet service is becoming a primary criteria for picking out an RV park. If they cannot provide working WiFi, I will have to stay somewhere else in the future.
This is our second year to stay in Quail Run RV Park. The new management is great. They have scheduled entertainment in the club room and improved the Wi-Fi. They are very easy to deal with and a great asset to this park. Quail Run RV Park is well laid out and easy for big rigs to get around in. The sites are very large and the hookups are industrial strength. We will be staying here next year. This is the best place to stay in Quartzsite.
This is just an older, small town RV/trailer park. Poor, rough roads and a two bar Wi-Fi signal. Sewer outlet has a rock over it because the cap is long gone. The site is dirt/gravel. That said, it is the only park in the area. It is walking distance to a couple of decent restaurants and just behind a Pilot truck stop. There is a nice woman in the office, but whoever owns this park needs to do some upgrading.
The park is older and tight for big rigs. WiFi only in the office. The water is from a well and was off color (orange) the night we were there. They said it was OK to drink. The gas station across the street is busy all night and has really bright flood lights. It was not a bad place to stay; in fact, it is the only RV park in the area and I would probably stay there again. The office staff was nice and helpful. It is a solid 5.
As the others have said, this is a wonderful park. That said, we just finished 14 days here and the Wi-Fi in the park needs some work. We were in site 27 and the signal came and went the entire time we were here. We will stay again, but I hope whoever is responsible for the Wi-Fi service in the parks department, will have the vendor check and possibly upgrade the service.
This park does not have a lot of amenities, but it is super clean, green, tall trees and in an area with a lot to see and do. There is a nice rural park next door, with a walking path on the Tualatin River and a nice shopping center within close walking distance. There are some sharp turns for big rigs, yet the place is filled with big rigs. We are 41'. All the big rig sites are pull throughs and the park is worth the tight turns to stay here. This will be our stop when we are in Portland.
This is a great KOA. Most of the sites are shaded by large trees. Big rig friendly with long pull throughs. It is 4th of July weekend, and the place is packed and the wi-fi is still going strong. They cook all-you-can-eat breakfast on the weekend for just $3.50. Not all sites have sewer, but there is a dump station on the way out. It is out in the country, so no traffic noise. The staff is hard working and very friendly. The grounds are clean and well maintained. I plan on bringing the grandchildren here next year. We will stay here again.
We full time in a 40 foot big rig, and it sooooo nice to stay at a small park, in the forest, by the waterfalls, and far away from the freeway. This is just a pleasant smaller RV park, run by the nicest people you ever want to meet. We will stay here again.
There is a super nice guy running this park. You go to some parks and the office makes it difficult to feel at ease. The guy running this park made everything easy and was just a pleasure to due business with. We have a 41' motorhome and there was plenty of room to get in and out on the first shot. Close to the ocean and next to Morro Rock. This will be my first choice whenever we are in Morro Bay.
$5 a day for WiFi. $20 a week for WiFi. Very clean and tidy, but sites are very close together. Has a nice staff and residents. So the deal here is location, location, location to Portland and Washington. Except for being at the end of the PDX runway. I think I would stay south of Portland the next time. Looks like a couple of nice parks around there.
I am giving this park a 4 rating based on the price. While it is a large park that is big rig friendly, it is all gravel, no trees, and it is a drive to get into town. If it was $25 a night, I would give it a 7, but at $38 per night, it is way over priced for what is here. Nice staff, but you feel like you are parked out on the prairie. I used the Hilton WiFi, which was the stronger signal.
We used our Premier Value Card which let's us stay for half price. We stayed in one of the new pull throughs, which are beautiful and easy to get into. We are 57' long with the toad. The rest of the park remains big rig unfriendly, but great for smaller rigs. Great staff. One of the owners greeted us at check-in and thanked us for staying with them. The Value Card is good at all five of their resorts. Good location and we will stay here again.
Great park for Visalia. Not a big park and kind of big rig friendly, but OK. Really great staff. Clean, quiet, close to grocery stores, etc. We ended up here on local business and it was exactly what we needed. We full time in a 41' DP and we fit OK. No wi-fi at our site (#24) and no picnic table. Pool not heated and no spa. $425 a month with electric. If I HAD to stay in Visalia again, I would stay here.
A good location, but very expensive and very tight for big rigs. There are no amenities. The manager's site is very junkie, and needs to be cleaned up. They have nice staff. The Wi-Fi is still down after two years. The owners need to pay attention to this park.
I have to give this park a 10 due to the large ships going by just in front of your site and the fact that you can salmon fish right on the beach. Very nice people in the office. A very clean and very big rig friendly park. It's easy to get to/from I-5 and only 25 minutes into Portland. Nothing fancy, but a very comfortable place to stay.
For $45 a night, I can stay at a resort, like the Durango in Red Bluff. While the other Premier parks are set up for big rigs, this park in Redding was originally a trailer park and all of the sites are trailer size. It has a lot of nice trees and shade, but only works if you are 28' or under. In my site, it was so narrow, that someone had run over the side of the pad and broken the irrigation pipe. So, when I set up, I was walking through a swamp full of mud. A $9 bottle of Chardonnay was $20 in the store. The roads were very tight and since the sites were so small, most of the people had their cars/trucks parked so that they stuck out into the road, which made it hard to leave. This is not a big rig park and really below the Premium RV Park standard. I will stay in Red Bluff at the Durango next time for less money.
This park has the potential to be a great campground, but the Expo management has to spend a little more money. Currently the only Wi-Fi available is Bend Broadband at $9.95 a day and while the park is wired for cable TV, it is not turned on. To justify the current $35 a night, the Expo management needs to put in their own Wi-Fi and turn on the cable TV. Otherwise, it is an ordinary park at a resort price. The location is great, the facilities are great and the view out the front window is spectacular. I had a hard time finding this park listed anywhere but on RV Parks Review. It needs to get serious about getting listed in all of the camping sites and do some online advertising with some coupons.
This is a very basic park with two things going for it. 1. Passport America, and 2. Wonderful water from melted snow. So pure that my meter registered it better than bottled water. I completely filled my tank before we left. Very nice staff. Easy to find. A little tight for our 40'DP but not bad. Good for a day or two.
Not much to recommend this place, but its location and the fact that it is a KOA. It does have trees, but they run east and west, so you still get the sun on your rig. Their 72' pull throughs are really only about 60'. I had to drop my toad to get it out of the road. That was a pain in 98 degree weather. Propane was $3.39 a gallon. Because it has the only trees around for miles, it has an interesting selection of birds. I would probably stay here again, if I could not find anything better.
The last three reviews hit the nail on the head. Gravel, big sites, very big rig friendly, nice picnic tables on concrete pads, surrounded by new hotels on three sides, with a feeling of being in an RV storage lot. The office is in the laundry building on the right as you enter off the street. Internet is industrial strength. Gallup is an interesting town. We are staying here four days to walk the streets and tour the area.
This is a lovely park on a small brown lake. I would stay here again, but be aware that it is not big rig friendly. They have a tiny sign pointing to the RV camping section and if you miss it, you end up on the boat ramp. I mentioned it to the camp host, and he said that he had heard the same complaint a hundred time, but that the Ranger in charge refused to put up a bigger sign. My Garmin Navigator did not want to take me down the entrance road, so look on a paper map for the entrance. Otherwise a really nicely laid out RV park and probably hard as hell to get reservations when the weather gets nice. 30 amp only and very poor AT&T data card reception.
As everyone else below says, this is a great place to stop for a day or two. Nothing but the basics, but very well done and great access. I highly recommend this park, especially for $11 (Passport America).
Big park model resort. Good location, town has grown up around it. Big rig friendly. We are here two days to avoid a big sandstorm. We are going to run into Chandler for Costco, Trader Joe's and Sam's. I would stay here again, if I did not have to wear a badge that says, "GUEST", just to get into the pool or laundry.
For $55 per night, you get to park on gravel, you do not get cable and no Wi-Fi at your site. They lost our online reservations and it took about 20 minutes for them to decide where they could park us. The excuse was the place is under new management.
This is a resort hotel with an attached 38 site RV park. The RV park has a very nice infinity pool, spa and rec center. The electricity is higher voltage 135 volts, so if you have a surge protector, you will not get any electricity; typical of Mexico. Water pressure is good, but DON'T DRINK THE WATER. The park is right on the estero (bay), so it has a great view and when you want to go out, the hotel has a very nice restaurant/bar plus other resort things to do. It is very pricey for Mexico, but a nice escape from typical Mexico RV parks. The office recommended an RV wash company and we had the RV and toad washed on site.
We stayed in the new section just down the road from Rice & Beans main location. It is in a palm tree oasis. The new section, which is still under construction, has about 20 big pull-through sites with full hook ups. Today, there was no water and the electricity was 140 volts. It looks like it has promise in the future, when they finish the bathrooms and showers. May take a year, but for boondocking with sewer, it was OK. he restaurant has good food and good service. I would stay here again.
We stayed here on our way back north. About 15 long pull-throughs and 15 back-ins. This time the place was mostly empty, so we had good 30 amp electricity. We also found out that they turn on the water pump about 4:30PM - 9:30 PM and you have fairly good water pressure. Very nice staff all around. The Panadaria Ideal (bakery) in town is very good. Also there is a nice grocery store (Mercado) with a wide selection of foods and vegetables. I would stay here again.
This park is located inside the compound for the Serenidad Hotel on the south side of Mulege. It only has 9 sites and only 4 would hold a big rig. The water is DRINKABLE! The electric is 15 amps, but 138 volts, so our surge protector will not let us connect. Sewer hookups at the site. The wonderful thing about this park is you have access to all of the hotel facilities, including the swimming pool, excellent restaurant, and the famous Saturday night pig roast. After a couple of weeks in the local parks, this feels like civilization. They also have a private airstrip if you want to fly in, which many guest do.
Mario offers a very basic gravel RV park, great restaurant and great whale watching tours. The electric voltage is minimal and the water pressure non existent. The food is very good and the Wi-Fi is the best we have found thus far in Baja. The whale watching tours are the thing here, though they also offer several other tours. All are well run and priced right. We did the whale tour today and the whales actually bring the baby whales up to the boats and you can pet them. Guerrero Negro is here only because of the large salt evaporation operation just outside of town. There is a good bakery in town.
This is your basic middle of nowhere, very large gravel parking area that would hold 30-40 RVs. Pull in and park where ever. They have a small cafe and the people who ate there said the food was great. A complete dinner was Peso 50.00. It is an interesting desert area in the middle of the mountains. It is nothing more that a flat place to stop overnight on your way to somewhere else.
This is your very basic Baja RV park with few facilities. They have 12 new full hook up sites, that are very basic, but big rig friendly. The water has a very high salt content, so is just good for showering. They also have a very large non-hook up parking area facing the ocean, that is very big rig friendly, and has very clean toilets and showers. You can use the dump station on your way out. The campground is about nine miles south of San Quintin. Look for the big sign on the right. It is about 1/2 mile down a dirt road. There are three Pemex stations between the campground and town. Great walking beach and you can buy the fresh catch from the pangas, when they come into the beach in the afternoon. There is an internet cafe close to the campground.
What a lovely park. One of those rare finds. Potrero County Park, 45 miles east of San Diego, is in a broad green valley dotted by coastal live oaks. Its grassy meadow and rocky hillsides provide quiet solitude for hikers and campers, and picnickers will enjoy the shade of hundred-year-old oak trees. The park is well suited for year round recreation. The average summer high is 90 and the average winter low is 34. At an elevation of 2300 feet, the valley can receive occasional light snowfall in the winter. I would definitely return here.
If this park was $30 per night, I would give it a 10, but $38 per night in Yreka is expensive. It is a basic park, with a great lay out and gig, wide, long pull throughs. It has great views, but it is not a resort. The staff was very friendly. I would stop here again, but would still feel that it was expensive. The staff needs to empty the trash cans more often. We were there two days and they were not emptied and when we left, most of them were overflowing.
We got the 40' Diesel Pusher in, but just barely got it out. This is about as far off the freeway as you want to get. This park is old and set up for trailers, short ones at that. No wi-fi, no cable, no cell phone service. We wanted a very quiet place under the trees, but this was not what we were looking for.
This is your basis gravel RV park for $43 a night. It has seen better days. It mostly has permanent residents. It is a good location before going into the Bay Area, but you can also stay in the Camping World parking lot in Cordelia for free. There is room for big rigs. (866) 447-8797
Be sure to take the second driveway in. It is a nice local park with few enhancements. Roads are wide enough for a big rig. The Red Lobster across the freeway is good. This proved to be a good Mount Saint Helen's stop over. (800) 867-0453
The park is up for sale and it shows. Maintenance has stopped and the place is going down hill. I have a surge protector that cuts off the AC power to my coach if the voltage is high or low. The voltage at our site, and I assume all other sites, was 133+ volts. My surge protector constantly cut off and on for the four days I was there. It was a real pain. The wifi was down the entire time we were there. The place has a lot of potential, but uninspired management.
This RV park is as good as it gets. We half time and stay in a lot of parks and these people have spared no expense. They just opened two weeks ago and the park is beautiful. Great staff and a short walk to grocery and drug store, etc., yet has the feel of being in the country. We have a 41' DP with toad and the pull throughs are really wide and long. Industrial strength Wi-Fi and 127 volts on the 50 amp. They have a really large, beautiful pool and hot tub. The clubhouse facilities for clubs are first class. You can tell that we will be staying here every time we go up and down I-5.
We stayed here three nights. Very nice, clean park. Great staff and an excellent activities calendar. Even the birds in the trees were nice. Big pool, and very good park location. Big rig friendly. I will stay here again.
We full time and stay in a lot of parks. This is one of the top 5 we have stayed in. Eat at La Posta in Mesilla. Good Mexican food and great atmosphere. We will be staying here everytime we pass through. This place is a 10.
This park is just too big. The staff is indifferent due to the number of people waiting in line. The gate is very poorly marked and we ended up driving several blocks out of our way in heavy traffic with a 40' DP. The town has grown up around the park and the traffic is very bad getting to the park. The amount of security, including concertina wire around the top of the fence, makes me think that this is a bad part of town. They also lock the gate at night and you have to lean out your coach window and dial on a box, for entry, when you check in. A card key is required to get in after 8 PM. I can find the same facilities at a smaller park with a lot less stress and a lot less money.
Your basic RV gravel park in the desert. Water was good, power was good, dump station was clean. I agree with the review below. Very nice people. They also had a nice Super Bowl party with chili dogs. I would stay here again.
We spent a month here. Very nice management and residents. Interesting town to wander around. Close to Lake Mead and Hoover Dam. Big horn sheep come down from the mountains to graze in the park nearby. Town is walking distance. Grocery and hardware store are close. Easy to pop over the hill into Henderson for more shopping, like Lowe's, Costco, Super Wal-Mart, Camping World, etc. 30 minutes to the strip in Las Vegas. Hot tub and heated pool available 24 hours a day. I would stay here again.
Five nights free! This is the nicest park you will ever stay in and the staff are just as nice. It is quiet and clean. Good location. I would stay here again, if I could get a rate under $50. Current rate is $63 including discount. It is always interesting to see where the people with $1 million coaches live.
Bad: See all of the reviews below. Lots of permanent residents with junk around their sites. Good: Good location. Good wifi. Fishing on the McKenzie river 2 miles away. 1 minute to the Monaco factory for tours and repairs. There is a RV wash at the TA truck stop next door. Quiet. We were able to get in here when everything else was full. That tells you something.
Nice park, with excellent facilities. Great laundry, showers, wifi, etc. Very nice staff. Shuttle or short walk to casino. Smoke-free slot room. Windy, as the devil, after 11 AM, but maybe I was here on a bad week. Otherwise, it is very easy to get to, right on 101. It also has a very, very large boondocking area if you want to overnight for free.
This is just a basic county park RV camp ground. People are very friendly and there are a lot of trails to walk. The park is located on the edge of Napa, so it was just about 8 minutes over to Copia and downtown Napa. There is a big shopping center as you go into town. The location is what sells this park. It takes about a week to really see the Napa Valley and I would stay here again.
This is an excellent RV park. The setting is magical, as you are literally camping among the redwoods. Nice people. The best WiFi connection I have had in a long time. Easy to get in and out in my 36' class A. Just up the road from Trinidad and the casino. They also have great tent camp sites and a number of small cabins. We will be back.
This will be a nice park when the landscaping starts to grow. They have just opened and are still finishing up everything. Nice managers. I think the price is high for what you get. The location is not close to any stores, etc., but is a perfect location for day trips to San Francisco and Monterey and a number of closer places to visit, like local wineries. There are 10-15 golf courses within 10 miles. There is a real need for a nice RV park in this area. Hopefully, they will not fill it up with fulltimers working in the area.
We full time, so we stay at a lot of parks. This is one of the better ones. It is obvious that the management cares about the park and keeps it in good shape. The water is drinkable, the Wi-Fi is great most of the time and the sites have a lot of room for slide outs and awnings. Nice grass at the sites and big shade trees. The pool looks nice, thought it is closed until the weather warms up. We would definitely stay here again.
This is one of the best RV parks I have ever stayed in. I love that I can make online reservations. The location is perfect. Walk to Safeway and Ace Hardware. We came in a night and stayed a week. I would consider spending the winter here.
This is an old trailer park trying to make it as a RV park. We had a pull through in front of the office. It is the type where the water and sewer are in a hole that is under your RV. The sewer had been run over so many times that it was just a hole in the cement, with no cover. There is a cable hook up, but it is not turned on according to the people in the office. It would cost too much to turn on. The turn into and out of the park is very tight. Big rigs beware. I would really try hard to find somewhere else to stay. The owners don't have a clue what a modern RV park requires to bring in RVer's. There was a nice looking park we passed on Hwy 180 in Wolforth.
First, the people at the office are very nice. But this is the largest RV park I have ever seen! You need a GPS to get around in the park. Great water pressure, 70 psi. G3 on the air card. Costco is close and there is a Safeway and Albertsons just across the freeway. The place is spotless, but I could not find the trash bins. Maybe tomorrow. I would probably stay here again, if I could not find something smaller and more user friendly. Phoenix is getting way too big.
Out on the West Texas Plains, right on old Route 66. Very nice people. Very clean pool. This is a nice experience after all of the big parks we have been in lately. I would definitely stay here anytime I am through here. Wi-Fi worked well with external antenna.