Nice place, CLEAN, friendly staff, a small amount of road noise. Wi-Fi is good; AT&T good too. Water pressure is such you will need a regulator. Close to tri-cities area and all the wineries . We stayed in a 40-footer, in a pull-through. We would return. Price is Passport America.
We stayed here in a 40 footer. Spots were a little tight and unlevel. No sewer in our section. The place was quiet. No satellite reception. AT&T was good. Park Wi-Fi was good too; cost $5 for 3 days. Cost reflects Coast to Coast rate.
We stayed here as TT members and upgrade to 50 amps, hence the $5 fee. Our site was in the back, the roads were initially dusty going back in there then after the rain for 5 day routine they became muddy. No sewer on the premium sites, wow! They need to do so work on trimming trees. The guy who checked us in would have won the contest for most unfriendly gate personnel. The rest of the staff were very nice. TV via satellite is difficult, as is AT&T. It is a nice place to use as a jumping off place to see the central and south coast of Oregon. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig.
I wish I had read all the other reviews first, because there are all TRUE, what a dump. lots of trash in park, never did find the sewer, hard negotiating roads with a 40 footer. The sad thing is that you can see that at one time, maybe a decade ago, this was a nice park. They have the multiplex power posts ( had to kill the wasps in mine), Pool was clean but did not use it, the sites had at one time been delineated by wood edging and gravel, now hard to see, but still there. Apparently they used this as a music venue as there was a stage at one end of the park. We stayed her in a 40 ft MH, will not return, this park needs to be removed from PPA.
Nice clean park in a beautiful valley. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Well maintained, interior roads are tight for a big rig as are the parking sites. Wi-Fi at back of park is nonexistent. Good electricity (50 amp) , good water pressure. AT&T OK. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig, and we would come back.
Typical Thousand Trails park with no sewer, but does have a honey wagon. 50 amp for $5 upgrade. Nice size sites but not really level. Lots of permanents here and surprised to see this in a TT park, Guess that"s what happens when Encore buys them. Entry way had large pot holes and bridge across creek needed repairs. The 2nd day here the entry road got nice new asphalt and the bridge got new decking. AT&T worked fine. We were at the back of park and saw deer in the field next door several times. We would stay here again. Someone posted no amenities. Look again please. There is a pool, horseshoes, shuffleboard, and pool tables,
Average parking lot type park. Good power, water pressure. Minimal AT&T signal, but did not need this for data, as the park has some of the best Wi-Fi I have experienced. Blazing fast. Only has back-in sites in the part I was in. The park is split into 2 separate parks, 1 &2, each on a different side of Atascadero Rd. I was in park 1. Friendly management. We would return.
LOTS of full time residents. Streets are so tight that I was told to back our 40' motorhome out of my pull-through and go out a one way street the wrong way. Good AT&T signal, good water pressure, good power. Lots of dogs and cats running around off leash. Lots of police presence while I was there. The manager could not have been nicer to deal with.
interesting little park in Newberry Springs off I-40. The manager The manager is quite friendly and directed us to our spot alongside the blue/green lake in the center of the park. I guess it gets the color from the mineral content. 50 amp service was OK, did not use water or sewer as both were way at the back of the site. AT&T worked fine.
Rate is PPA rate. We have stayed here several times when traversing I-10. It is a big park with lots of pull thrus for 1 nighters, good 50 amp, did not hookup to water or sewer. AT&T worked good. Sites are long and many 20 feet wide. As I said, we have stayed here several times and will continue to do so.
The rate is PPA rate. Any place that serves free homemade waffles and coffee at breakfast gets at least an 8 in my book. The sites were good length, good 50 amp power, but did not hookup to water or sewer. AT&T worked good. This is one of our favorite parks when we are going from east to west or vice versa. Away from I-10 so limited noise. We would stay again.
Friendly manager who is new to area. The rate is the PPA rate. Park is laid out weird, making it difficult to determine which electric box goes where. The night we were there it was down to 28 degrees. Good power, Good internet from the park and AT&T worked well. We would stay again if just passing thru.
This is a patch of dirt in the outback area of Texas, Good 30 amp, water, and sewer. AT&T worked good. OK stop on your way thru this area. No longer a Passport America park, but same rate. We would stay again.
I've read the other reviews and will agree about a few things. Ants, burrs and garbage cans. Other then that we had a great time there. there is a new manager, Mrs. Smith, very friendly and accommodating. The people in the park were also very friendly as well. We were invited to more then 1 4 o'clock. Good power, Open skies for Sat. AT&T good, good water pressure. We stayed here in a MH , loved the long pull thru. We will return.
Spacious sites, good power, AT&T good signal, new roads, friendly staff, what more can you as for? We stayed in a 40 foot MH, had no problems maneuvering in the park. The managers are a delight. We will stay here again.
Rate reflects Thousand Trails. Good power ( 50 amp), good water pressure, AT&T works, 3 bars, satellite TV, out in open, so it works. The park is an older park, BUT well maintained. When we checked in the staff greeted us and then placed us back in the member section because they did not have a 50 amp site in the open. Sites are fairly flat, in the grass with with what once were probably gravel sites. All interior roads are asphalt and easily negotiated by big rigs (we are 40 feet). Laundry room was well cared for.
Clean, well kept park. Good 50 amp power, good water pressure, AT&T 4 bars of 3G, satellite dome works. Sites a little tight. Roads a little narrow, take your time and you will be fine. We have stayed here a couple of times several years ago. Convenient for shopping and the beach. Rate reflects C2C rate.
Like a previous reviewer stated, you will either love this place or hate it. We loved the remoteness of the place; we did NOT like the fact that they billed it as full hookups- electric, water, sewer- and when we got to the site found all the sewers in the area capped off. I asked for another site but was told that they had none available even though there was a row that would accommodate us with sewers. The price reflects C2C rate. AT&T, water pressure, and 50 amp were all good. I was surprised that my dome satellite got through the trees. Stayed here in a 40 footer which created some angst as the roads are a little narrow and the corners kind of sharp. We would return.
Nice campground, big sites, good power, good water pressure, weak AT&T signal but park has fast wi-fi. Friendly and accommodating staff. Close to Williamsport. A little road noise from SR 14, but not bad. We would return.
This place is awesome; good power, sewer works, good water pressure, AT&T works, nice sized sites, great view of the bay. Yes, like the other reviewer said, it is off the beaten path, BUT that is what's great about it; no road noise, no trains. Yes, the pool is a little distant from the 18 RV sites, BUT it has parking and a great view of the bay. I guess it is what you make of it. We loved it. Rate reflects TT membership. We stayed here for 4 nights and would gladly return.
Rate reflects weekly rate with PPA. Quiet park, marginal AT&T, no sewer, but allowed grey water on ground. Good electricity and good water pressure, was surprised by the owner emptying my tanks, thought I'd have to use the dump station. We have stayed here several times while visiting my brother in S. Windsor. Would stay again.
Nice little campground. Tight getting a big rig in but had a nice site. 30 amp, water. AT&T worked fine, no Sat TV because of trees. Only drawback was road noise . We were parked right at the road ( SR 8). Friendly management. We would stop here again. Price reflects PPA rate.
Typical eastern park, overpriced, long NARROW sites. Good power, no wifi, could not use AT&T because of roaming charges. Sat. TV worked. Lots of weekenders but all was well managed. Interior dirt roads made it a little dusty. 15 miles from the falls. We stayed here in a 40 ft motorhome.
We have visited this park several times during stays in the Elkhart, Shipshewana area. The rate reflects Coast to Coast pricing. WiFi good, AT&T signal good, good 50 amp service along with good water pressure. No sewer, but does have a dump station. All grass sites, some a little uneven, friendly management. This year they had soy beans planted behind us. Last time here it was corn. Love this park, and will definitely return.
Full Hookups, AT&T, and food. Park is filled with quite a few permanents. Narrow lots but long enough to keep toad connected. A little freeway noise but acceptable. Good for overnight stay. Little pricey for what you get. We would use it again.
Good for an over night stay. 50 amp, water, sewer. Long sites, a little narrow, but only a few customers so that was OK. Drought has wreaked havoc on the grass and plants in this park. We had a little road noise but acceptable. Rate reflects PPA rate. We would stay again.
Nice little park at the rear of a motel off the main street. Good 50 amp, AT&T is good. Some road noise because of location and an occasional train. The neighbor across the street from the campground parks a trailer on the street and that makes backing into the site interesting. Management is friendly and open to suggestions.
We have stayed here several times when passing thru Montana, first time was back in 07. Each time the place gets better. Like the last reviewer noted, the park is under new management and reflects it. There used to be old trailers with regulars here and lots of junk. No more. New grass and good Wi-Fi. AT&T works great. The town is quite interesting. There is a beautiful home that was once a bank complete with vault. It was renovated sometime back and actually appeared on HGTV"s Extreme Homes. Several other older homes have also been renovated. The new management is extremely friendly, the rate is PPA rate. Look for Jackson the Jack Russell wandering the grounds, neat dog.
NICE park, well maintained, interior roads are gravel as are sites. Long sites but narrow. No matter because there is lots of cut lawn on both sides. Good wifi, NO AT&T. Satellite fine. We stayed here in a 40 footer for one night and would return.
Well maintained, parking lot type park. Quiet except for I-5 noise. Friendly staff. I am sorry I missed the park's hosted BBQ. AT&T good. We had an end site, more room as others are a little crowded. Power good, sites over 50 feet long, and decent water pressure. We'd stay again as an overnight stop.
Nice campground in a small town. No AT&T and friendly staff. Small sites but quit accessible. As a Coast to Coast member I reserved a site with full hookups, but when I got there I was told that I could not have full hookups, only water and 50 amp. Couldn't figure that one out.
This park needs lots of tree pruning. Over 150 trees went down over the winter and they are cleaning up, but the roads are narrow and branches scraped the sides and tops of the coach. They do have sites for our 40 footer but they are TIGHT. We were without water for a day. They advertise 50 amp in their brochures for $3, but it's actually $5. Staff need lessons on being friendly. Forget Sat TV and AT&T as well. It just won't happen.
Cute little park in the trees. Thirty seven sites. Lots filled with residents. Tight, but accessible for big rigs. NO SATELLITE reception. AT&T ok. Good water pressure. We spent a week here. The PPA rate was for four nights and the remaining three nights was full price. Total, $153 for the week.
This is a Thousand Trails park hence the $1 charge. We have been coming here for several years. With Encore taking over TT this park has really slipped. The trees nee trimming to allow satellite TV access, grass around pads is tall, actually lost water line in the tall grass. No longer has a gate guard. Registration process is a fiasco. It seems that since Encore took over numerous people have been laid off and service has really gone down hill. Even though we can stay here for free we will be looking for another place the next time thru.
Really nice place. It is well maintained with good TV signal, AT&T signal, good water pressure, and nice cement pads to park on. Easy in, easy out. Price reflects Coast to Coast discount. Would return.
NICE park, friendly staff, parked facing lake on basically a pull through site. Pleasant surprise was the Friday night, all you could eat, fish fry for $8.95 per person. We stayed here for 2 days on our way to Mexico. Will return next year too.
Friendly staff, but the park lacked signage to show where it is. We stayed here with Coast to Coast. Like prior reviews said, back in sites, a little cramped lengthwise. AT&T good date and voice, view of the river. We would return if only because of the rate.
Have stayed here several times when passing through. The park staff is very friendly, park is well maintained. AT&T data and voice good. It's just a large parking lot with amenities but like I said, well maintained. We will come back. Convenient to stores and restaurants too.
Rate reflects monthly rate. This place is awesome, the staff could not be any friendlier. Whoever laid out the park did an excellent job, big sites, wide streets, great power, good water pressure. The only complaint would be that they need more bandwidth and maybe another repeater, BUT all in all a great park. We had a group of 28 people, 14 rigs all 40 feet or better here for a week. Not one complaint. We will definitely return.
Large park, some freeway noise, good power, AT&T signal good. Unlike prior poster, we had no problem with either the water pressure or Wi-Fi. We stayed on the upper lot, out of the trees. Stayed here in a 40 ft MH, a little tight getting to the top lot. We would stay here again.
Nice park, but lots of trees, made getting our 40 footer into sites interesting, also may block satellite reception. Internet from CG was spotty. Sites need to be adjusted for level, we stayed in site 171, wheels were almost off ground to level. Lots of seasonals. AT&T was marginal, data non-existent. We would return.
An ok place for overnighting in our 40 footer: good power, water pressure. Park rules were dogs must be on leash, did not apply to park owner. Good jumping off place to explore Hole in Wall. AT&T good: voice and data.
Price reflects Good Neighbor Park rate. We stayed here in 40 foot MH, 3 slides. Nice level sites, good AT&T reception, open for satellite dish. Good power, friendly staff. We had a pull through site on west side. Above review mentions long termers and clutter, must have cleaned that up. Could use some mowing. Freeway noise not a problem for us. We would stay here again.
A well maintained park. Clean showers, restroom. Big pavilion for get togethers. Walk across US 93 and there is Flathead Lake. AT&T edge and at times 3G. New hosts and very friendly at that. Stayed here in 40 foot coach. Would return.
if you are looking for solitude this is not the park for you. Lots of kids, running everywhere. Nice park, lots of trees that did not allow for satellite TV, AT&T edge only. First night lots of noise long after midnight. We stayed 3 nights at the Thousand Trails rate of $15 per night. We would return.
Prior evaluation was correct for most part; the $15 for pumping is for 1 visit. The staff is not always friendly. This park is going through a transition from being owned by TT to being owned by Equity Lifestyles, BUT there is no one on site that can explain what that means to TT owners. AT&T is very spotty. We might return.
We found this by accident. It is a 55 plus Mobilehome park with 30 sites for RV's. Well kept, VERY friendly staff. AT&T works great here. We stayed here for 2 weeks in a 40 ft MH. They are also a Passport America Park. Located close to I-80, but no noise. Easy access off freeway. We will be back. Weekly rate is $175 all included. Monthly rate is $410 plus electricity.
Quiet park in a very pastoral setting, friendly staff. The sites are gravel between trees, the trees need a little pruning. Lots of birds in the area and deer in the airport area behind the park. The airport is really not a problem. AT&T worked well. Power is good.
This is a clean well maintained ownership style park. At this time of the year it was mostly empty. Some really nice sites here. All sites are cement pads. Good power, AT&T worked well, friendly staff. It's a little overpriced.
It is a quiet campground west of the Phoenix area. Large parking lot type campground that is well maintained. AT&T worked well. Friendly staff. This is our usual stop on our way out of Mexico for the winter.
VERY nice park. We stayed here about 4 years ago and said that we would never come back because of the then managers. Well, we were in a position of having to break that vow and glad that we did. New managers, the owner lives on site as well. Decent Wi-Fi at our site, good AT&T signal. Long pull through. The whole staff is so friendly. We will be back.
yikes, we stayed here because we were getting work done on our coach, otherwise, no way. Old run down park, electricity was weak, even at 50 amps. Lady at check in was very nice. AT&T signal OK. Rate reflects PPA discount. Many 'regulars" living here. Leaving early in the morning (5am) for work.
Nice large sites, friendly hosts, and a well kept laundry room. Good Wi-Fi at park, AT&T works great as well. We stayed here for 4 nights in a 40 footer. Friendly hosts, garbage pickup at curb. Would definitely stay here again.
We had been here before a few years back. It's a C2C park hence the $10 rate. Sites are level and grassy. Roads do need some work. Good electricity, Direct TV and AT&T both good. The gentleman who checked us in was a hoot. We stayed here in a 40 footer with 3 slides: had plenty of room. We will stay here again.
This is a National Park Campground. I booked on line after looking at Google maps and choosing a site. Some of the sites are hard to get into because of tree limbs, apparently the Park Service does not trim them because they are Live Oaks and protected. The park is a 3 minute walk from the gulf of Mexico. AT&T worked here. The rate reflects a Golden access pass at 50% of the normal rate. We will return.
Park was well maintained. The 50 amp plug was only 30 amps, seems that all the sites in the section we were in, were 30 amp. Sites were good sized, AT&T worked ok as well. We stayed here in a 40 ft. We would stay here again.
Nice, well maintained little park. The rate is a Passport America Rate. The owner was not happy to see me check in under PPA. Tried to sell me cable and phone. Also charged me a 3% service fee for using a debit card, the whole time badmouthing PPA. Also asked me if I would show a 5th wheel where to park as he had a dinner engagement, thought that was a little weird. Would go back, but NOT at $40 per night.
The $15 dollar rate reflects a $10 per night rate plus $5 per day electricity, this was a special rate of $299 per month. The park is now under new management and seems to be "coming back" from where it was. Lots of work being done, trees trimmed, lots leveled, potholes filled etc. We stayed a month in a 40 footer and loved it. It is a little tight in some spots getting in and out with the rig. We WILL go back.
We used Passport America here, hence the rate. Sites are grass/sand. Park roads are gravel with lots of potholes that filled quickly with water. Plenty of room for big rigs, AT&T only adequate. Park was quiet except for minor road noise. Would stay here again.
Great little place, where we were was a little tight getting a 40 footer in and out. Lots to see and do in the area. We were here as part of a HR rally. Received a 10 % Veterans discount. Would come back. Cell reception for AT&T adequate.
If you are looking just for a place to park and hookup while you checkout the area surrounding Elkhart, this place fills the bill. Decent power, water and sewer, no trees so open for TV Satellite as well as internet dish. If you are having work done at Elkhart Service and Collision, then the stay is free.
This would be a great park except for all the geese and the inherent goose droppings. It's everywhere. The basketball court was unusable because of it. If you walked in the grass you always had to look for it. They have recovered nicely from the tornado that came through here in 10. The park is a good base for exploring the Amish country as well as Hershey Park. The surrounding countryside is predominantly farm land with numerous large farms.
Whenever we are in the Sacramento area we stay here, being members of Thousand Trails. The only drawback to us is the lack of sewer. They do offer a honey wagon, but it's $12 dollars. Grandson loves the kids park and play area. Fishing in the lake is fun for him too. Power is 30 amps and OK, water pressure is fine. Internet is a little rough. AT&T is spotty.
Quaint little park, it's both RV's and mobile homes, 55 and older. Good electricity (50 amps) water pressure good and sewer. All this for $130 per week in Sacramento. Madison Ave is a little busy but it's still a nice park in Sacramento. We have a 40 footer and fit in the slots easily. Concrete patio as well as asphalt parking area.
The $6 rate reflects a Western Horizon rate of $4 per day plus $2 for internet. Internet via Tengo net was REALLY slow, but we were able to retrieve e-mail. The site we had was level and had a nice view of the Blue mesa reservoir. AT&T is non- existent. There is good 50 amp power and great water pressure. The park does need work, BUT it was also on the verge of closing for the season. We would gladly return.
This is the best park that we have stayed at in quite some time. Great views of Scottsbluff, wonderful sunsets. The park is maintained very nicely. The $16 rate reflects a weekly rate. AT&T service good, data service OK. Lots to see and do in the area.
Nice surprise, open sites for satellite, 50 amp, water, sewer all for $10 C2C rate. St John's river is close by, with waterfall in park. AT&T is minimal, enough to surf with, but not much else. There is some cell service. Park is really well maintained.
Loved this park, nice sized sites, GREAT water pressure. Close to everything, AT&T data and voice OK. Friendly staff. Still cleaning up and repairing after earlier tornado ripped thru this area. Need to get rid of the Geese, lots of potential e-coli because of them.
Not a bad park for a few days. Interior roads a little rough. 30 amp only, no Wi-Fi at site # 88. Biggest drawback, no sewer hookup. AT&T data and voice not real good. We stayed here under C2C so the $10 rate.
We stayed here in a 40 footer with 50 amp, water but no sewer. The hosts/owners are very friendly. Loved the place, our only gripe is that the 2/10 mile dirt road coming in to the park off Village Top Rd needs some attention. Has 2 large ruts that shook the rig as we slowly passed over them, fill with some gravel and all will be well. The $25 dollar rate is Passport America. We stayed here a week and will definitely be back next summer.
$10 reflects Coast to Coast cost. Large 300 site park. No sewer hookup and a $12 charge for a honey wagon. Electric at our site (261) was horrible, always below 110 volts and dropped out of service at least 3 times in 3 days. Trees at site need trimmed. Dogs (big ones) tied outside and allowed to bark in to the night. We did enjoy the area, the pond, the battlefield re-enactment. Also they need more dumpsters, could only locate two areas in the park. Good location.
Great little park situated on 8285 SR87 near Williamsport, Pa. Located on Loyalsock creek. Newer park, nice restrooms and showers and a friendly owner operator. AT&T cell service not good, but park has Wi-Fi. Could use a picnic table at each site. Very nice area.
We stayed here under Passport America, hence the price. The owners are really proud of this park, they charge $35 normally, wow. Like other posters said the interstate is almost overhead, HOWEVER I did not notice it in our coach. The park has been cleaned up, no cans or litter. We had a solid 50 amp and 45 psi for water, but no sewer. We were only passing through on our way north. We stayed here in a 40 footer parked on a concrete pad.
Loved this park, especially the staff; the office manager went out of her way to assist our Holiday Rambler Rally in whatever we needed. Loved the morning garbage pickup, too. Good location for visiting Andersonville and other sites.
This park has so much potential. It needs a lot of work, the roads are filled with pot holes. Some of the sites need graded to make a little more level, grass needs mowed, docks need new boards and paint, and the pools need new plaster. BUT it has a new owner and maybe he will put some money in to it. The staff is very friendly and are trying to keep it going while new help gets hired. This is an old Western Horizon park, hence the $4 per night. We were here during Hurricane Alex: had lots of standing water, but it disappeared quickly. We stayed here in a 40 footer on the lake. Had a nice view, lots of waterfowl. We will come back.