We camp at Rancho Sedona at least twice every year, we stay in the executive sites $55.00 per night. We enjoy the sound of the Oak Creek. The sites are gravel with concrete patios, behind the executive site there is grass with a large fire pit, plenty of trees. You can walk into town, lots of hiking and biking in the area. We do not use the restroom and showers, but did check them out and found them clean, the laundry room was also nice and clean, the grounds are kept clean and trimmed.
Very nice and clean park, we had a premium site, plenty of room to sit out, clean restrooms and showers, large laundry room. We enjoyed the adult pool and spa and the ice cream at the on site cafe. Management was very friendly and helpful.
This is a very nice park in a beautiful area but even our premium site was small, if we had sat at our picnic table we would have been right up against the neighbors slide and so would our canopy had we pulled it out. The facilities are very nice, the pool too small for so many people, I think this park is overrated, we felt like we were camping in a sardine can.
This is what a campground should be, wooded and grassy, the sites are rather small but only every other site is used except doing a holiday weekend, when you arrive you go pick your site and let them know where you are staying. On Saturday evening there is a BBQ salmon/chicken dinner and campfire with sing-a-long, it was great. The owner runs a sightseeing "Funbus" tour to Fern Canyon and the great redwoods, the price was $29.95 and included a lunch when we got back to Kamp Klamath. He is very informative about the redwoods and the area, the tour is well worth the price. We had paid for a two week stay but due to family illness we needed to leave early and he gave us a refund, thank you!
The park is long and narrow with RVs' on both sides and all gravel with a little grass behind the RV where a tent can be set up for an extra fee, sites are very small, if your neighbor has a slide your canopy will almost touch the slide. The picnic table is too close to the neighbors sewer hose. One nice thing about the park is the trail to the beach. The management were very nice and helpful, this park is fine for a couple of nights.
This is a very nice and clean campground, very wooded with fern undergrowth, very nice playground, clean rest rooms and showers, the laundry room was rather small and always busy so we went into Anacortes to do laundry. Friendly manager and staff. We stayed for two weeks in July 2005 for the weekly rate of $150.00, very reasonable for such a wonderful park
This park is behind a gas station, it is very clean, the sites are all pull thru, wide, grassy and have shade, open wooded area for dogs to run. There is only one washing machine and one dryer, went to Coeur D'Alene to do our laundry.
This is a nice park, the owners are very nice and accomdating, however many of the permanent TT and MH were run down with junk outside their units, this made the park look trashy. There are wooded sites and grassy open sites. They have a very nice playground and swimming hole. The laundry room was clean and very nice, the rest room and showers were old but clean.
We had a very large and grassy site with shade, the owners are very nice and helpful, the restrooms and showers are clean, large nice and clean laundry room. We had reserved 4 nights but stayed a full week, we will return to this park for a longer stay
The campground used to be The Firs RV Park, it is under new ownership. Many permanent run down TT and MH, junk all around, the WiFi did not work well. The laundry room was dirty and half of the machines were not working, beyond repair, the washrooms were dirty, we used our bathroom in the TT. We will never return to this park