Crown Villa is a crown jewel of RV parks! The park is pristine with landscaped lawns and lots of pine trees. The sites themselves are spacious and sites are spaced far apart giving a feel of privacy that is rare in RV parks. The park is peaceful and one can spend relaxing hours sitting out under the pine trees. The office staff is helpful. I particularly want to give the staff a huge thanks for accommodating our request to move to a different site.......even though it was during their busy season. This was greatly appreciated. We have have been to CV over the years and will return again.
Nice park. The manager, Kelly, was outstanding. She was very friendly and professional. The park is vey well kept and love the green grass at the sites. We had an end spot so it was even nicer. Can walk to some of the wineries which was convenient. There are horses next to the park which are friendly and will come over to get petted. Had 2 really nice laundry rooms and the park carries local wines in the park store. Would definitely stay here again. A dog park would be nice and handy.
What a welcome surprise! We just never stay in a KOA, but this one is nothing like any KOA we have ever seen. We were welcomed by very friendly staff. We were taken to our spot, which was plenty long for our 36' motorhome and tow. We had a grassy area outside our door to sit in the shade and have happy hour. Had our Papillons in their pen on the green grass. Someone was smart and faced all the RV spots to the north so you do not have to deal with the afternoon sun coming in the motorhome window. Most RV parks fail to take into consideration the afternoon sun. There are fulltimers in the park, but all the spots were very neat, which is unusual. Would definitely stay here again.
We are at Torrey's as I write this. We have always stayed in a Forest Service campground, but fires have them all closed. So, we ended up at Torrey's. Glad we did!!! We have a great view of the river and lots of green grass for our pups to play on. We have Internet, but no cell. Gives us a reason to go to Stanley to make calls, love it here and plan on coming back next year. The owners are very nice and keep the grounds well manicured. The price of an RV spot is so reasonable considering the mountain views all around, watching the horses play and having the river at your door. We keep extending our stay, just hate to leave.
Crown Villa is a crown jewel of RV parks. It is expensive, but you get what you pay for in this case. It Is meticulously maintained. The spots are HUGE and far apart, which gives you privacy and not the "can they see in our windows" feeling. We backed up to a large green area with lots of trees. Each spot is made with pavers, so is aesthetically pleasing and has a wrought iron table and chairs. The garbage and hookups are behind a brick wall, so no having to look at someone else's sewer hose. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They let us pick our spot. The only thing I would like to see is a better dog off-leash park. This one goes up a hill and has very little grass. Not good for small white dogs. Plan on coming back next year and stay for a month.
This park is a jewel and the best bargain for your money. We have been coming here for a few years and just love it. The park is very well kept and well run. It has nice green grass, paved roads and RV pads. There are doggy areas and waste collection bags are readily available. Amazingly enough, visitors seem to actually pick up after their dogs here. The manager is wonderful and treats us like family. Her daughter also will help out, and she does a great job as well. Some may complain about the size of the spots, but this park was put in before RVers had monster rigs with multiple slides. The park is by the fairgrounds, so there is open space to avoid that closed in feeling some parks might have when located within a town. And the fairgrounds have large grassy areas if you wanted to take your pet on a clean walk outside the RV park. I highly recommend this park as a base to explore this part of Oregon.
This was our 2nd stay at Pony Express. It is spotless park, with green lawns and all paved roads/sites. We were taken to our original spot by Calley, who happily accommodated our request to move to an end spot. We had a nice lawn area for our pups to play. Spot was long enough so we did not have to unhook for the one night. However, the dump is at the very back and we did have enough hose. If we had unhooked it would not have been an issue. Some of the sites are close together, but the ones closer to the front gate are fine. Would definitely stay again.
The ownership resort section is very nice. We had a HUGE pull-in site overlooking the pond, with landscaping to enhance the site. The dog park is the best so far - nice green grass. Our Papillons loved it. This park will spoil you for staying anywhere else. Oh- forgot to mention the fantastic views. This park could be hot in mid-summer, but we would not be in this part of Utah then anyway. So is not an issue for us. We stayed here in a motorhome and would definitely pay the extra $ to stay here again.
Going west from Rapid City this is the first campground we came to in Wyoming. So it was a welcome sight as we had had a long travel day. The owner checked us in and was very friendly. Told us to pick our spot. Nothing fancy, but was quiet, as it is no where near an interstate. Small town quiet. If through this area we would stay here.
This is our 2nd time to stay here on our way to Moab. Nice park with good facilities. For the visitors convenience there is more than one laundry. So, there is one by our motorhome! There is green grass at all spots, which are paved (and level). The office staff at check in were very friendly. Close to Cracker Barrel and a new state wine/liquor store, which is just outside the park. Will definitely stay here again.
Only RV park choice that we could find in the area. The "pull-through" spots are actually back-to-back spots. If no one was in half the spot, then you had a "pull-through". We had a difficult time leveling so had to park in the middle of the 2 spots. The owner said that he had never had anyone else have the problem, but noticing how other RVs in the park were leveled it was obvious that they had trouble too. Apparently they have had problems with people and their pets as they had the most strict pet rules we have encountered in our travels across the US. A few bad pet owners ruin it for the rest of us. Would not plan to stay here again if we were in this area again.
Normally we avoid KOA, but this was the only campground we came across at the time we were ready to stop. This KOA was a gravel parking lot at a ridiculously high rate (reason we avoid KOA). The husband and wife who checked us in and showed us to our spot were very friendly and nice. They gave us a spot that we selected.
We were visiting the Winnebago factory and to have warranty work done. One of the owners operated the front office and was very friendly. Our site was long so easily accommodated our motorhome and tow. The park surrounds a man made lake so the setting is pretty. Unfortunately, the lake-front spots were all taken by seasonal folks. Our spot had the lake behind it. We would stay here again.
This was a great park. The staff was first-rate. Met the friendly owners, who asked us how were were liking our stay in the park. This park is visible from the road as you go up the hill and you can see the RV spots that have the view. The park sites that are on the outside have a fantastic view of the Colorado River and casinos in Laughlin. We pulled our motorhome into the spot so that we would have the view and could watch the lights of the casinos come on each evening. Walked to the cute little cafe in the park that served a nice breakfast. Really enjoyed our stay. Plan to return as soon as we can and stay longer than a few days.
If want to stay in Houma there just aren't many other choices for RV parks. Lady in office was very friendly and helped guide us to the park over the phone. The RV park is at the back of a mobile park (which was noted by another reviewer). The setting for the park is not bad - lots of shade. We parked in site 502- a long pull-through. Our real complaint was the "water treatment facility" that made the most annoying humming noise, off and on, 24 hours a day. Had to turn on fans to drown out the noise. We had mosquitoes, but you are in swamp country. Would not return.
Just love Lazydays. We stayed here when it was Beaudry's and had to come back. Had a great spot with a grassy "lawn" for our Papillons. Had dinner and breakfast at the restaurant and both were really good. No reason to get in your car and go anywhere else. The facilities are first rate. We are in Louisiana now and we are ready to back to Lazydays. Can't beat the amenities for the price.
The staff was so friendly when checking in and that set a tone for the park. We wanted to change the original site and they were happy to make the change. Had breakfast in their cafe the next morning -biscuits and gravy, which was good. We would definitely stay again and check out the forts in the area.