Very friendly management. This park is an Escapees Rainbow Park and is largely filled with permanent homes and park models but has an area for people on the move. It is very basic, gravel and hook-ups. The dry camp area does not allow for generator use. The activities and facilities are nice and everyone we met was quite friendly. An RV repairman lives in the permanent section and is easily accessible and competent. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects membership price. This was a members only park which sold in Nov 2013. They continue to honor memberships for now but that will change in April 2014. Park is under new ownership and they are making an effort to improve it, taking care of repairs as needed. and sprucing it up. Nice riverfront access. Most of the sites are plenty big for even the largest big rig. All the park is gravel/sand. Several of the washing machines and dryers were not working but management said they would get that problem solved asap. They are trying to do things right and have their hands full after years of neglect by the previous owner. We would stay here again.
Although this park was a little hard to get to due to construction, it is was well worth the effort. The grounds, laundry, bathrooms, everything: was spotlessly clean and well cared for. The interior streets are paved and there is "pea" gravel to park on. We stayed in the overnight pull through area and it was all "pea" gravel. Don't wear shoes with any kind of cleat on the bottom or a tread that the gravel can get stuck in or it will be carried into your unit from your shoes. The staff was friendly and helpful. There are several park models and long term (seasonal) units, all attractive. No old junkie units. Although the park sits up against the interstate, we had little noise to bother us. Heard a distant train at night but nothing to bother. For a park this size, there were 14 washer and dryers and a nice CLEAN area to fold with an ironing board available. Basically this is an adult park. No area for childrens play equipment, but there were a few children around. Nice pool and hot tub area with shaded patio and tables to relax. Community activities too.
We stayed with a WHR membership. This park was once a nice park but terribly run down now. The club house is still nice but not used much. The interior roads are quite deteriorated and one entire upper section of the park is no longer used. There were problems with the septic system although we were able to dump OK. Too bad WHR is letting things go down hill here. It was once a very nice place. Tried to use the hot tub but every time we went down in the evening it was locked even though we went before the stated closing time by more then an hour. There appears to be little oversight and less maintenance. The men's shower had only lukewarm water and one working toilet. The laundry had a dryer not working and according to other campers it had not been working for some time. I will not come here again.
Very friendly park. Not many amenities but easy pull-throughs and easy in and out. Sites were very level. Staff was very helpful. Delicious breakfast. They now have electric charges built into the nightly fee. We paid $20.25 with tax and the Escapees membership discount. Stayed 2 nights with cold icy rain and wind. There was a little highway noise but not a problem. Mostly enjoyed the very friendly people.
The staff at this park was some of the best we have encountered. Very helpful and friendly. Can't say much for the park except the restrooms were very clean with plenty of hot water. It was a little hard to find our way into the park from the interstate, but we finally did. OK for an overnight stay.
This is a very small city run campground just outside Boulder, CO. It is gravel and adjoins a small city park with shower and bathroom facilities. The showers are coin operated. The park has nice play areas and picnic areas. Weekends are extremely busy with lots of families using the park and campground. Reservations are a must. This is a very basic campground but the only one we could find around Boulder,CO with space available. The staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed a week and would return again.
Except for the price, this is a nice park. It is extremely busy with rigs coming in and pulling out daily. Lots of people. The park is well maintained, and the staff friendly. Nice area abuts the park for hiking and walking the dog, but as all through this area bears must be watched out for. We would stay here again as all the parks in the area are expensive, and this is one of the nicest.
This is a nice park and has some sites with a little shade. It has a nice little dog park ,and there were many dogs. A large part of the park housed long-time campers who were working construction on I-15. There were no problems with that, and the construction was nearing completion when we stayed there. Clean facilities and well cared for grounds. Lots of mosquitoes from the nearby stagnant pond in the evenings made it uncomfortable to sit outside for long. There was quite a bit of traffic and train noise, but we would stay here again.
This is a very nice park with super clean bathrooms and a good laundry. The owners are around all the time working on things. We stayed here a week and enjoyed it. If you get a chance it is a nice place to stop and be sure and eat at the "Bus" on the main street of town.
This was an overnight stay for us. There was a little shade, but the park is very poorly kept. It does have the nicest dog park I have ever seen, but that was the only good thing. It is an old park with little care. I would not stay again for more than an overnight.
Rate reflects AOR rate per night. We were very disappointed in this park. Dry, rocky dirt and lots of wind. There is not much to make one want to stay. It's too windy to fish, sit outside or put out the awning. We planned to stay 10 days but stayed 2 days and decided to move on. The camp hosts were wonderful accommodating, friendly people. The showers and restrooms were clean, but there is a lack of hot water. The laundry facility was nice. Groceries were seven miles away in Pinedale but not a problem. We would not stay here again.
This small shady, quiet park is a gem. There is room enough between cabins and RV spots to accommodate a 30 to 40 people for a reunion and they cater to that as well as regular over-nighters or those who stay a few days. Showers and bathrooms are like the ones at home and very clean. The laundry is also clean and nice. The camp host and owners were really friendly and accommodating. Lots of grass and flowers are everywhere. Covered picnic areas, grills, water fountain and shade. We had no trouble with the trees and our RV The temperatures were in the 90's but we were comfortable. They only have 30 AMP power but with the shade and cool grass, we got along great with one air conditioner in 90+ temperatures. Limited cable TV but adequate. We absolutely would come again and encourage other to stay also. Close to tourist areas of the western side of the Tetons, access to Jackson Hole area and within driving distance of Yellowstone and other attractions. 45 miles from Idaho Falls so services are a bit limited. Limited groceries available at local convenience store across the highway. This campground is right on the Snake River with great river access and boat access for fishermen.
Very nice park, friendly and accommodating. Requested a shady site and it was very nice. Good Verizon coverage. Cable was pretty good. BBQ restaurant on site is superb - not something to miss. We would absolutely stay here again even if we had to travel a little extra to do it. Price is with Good Sam discount. Almost all sites are pull thru.
We stayed here based on other reviews and found the park to be shady with well trimmed trees, fairly easy pull-through for a 40’ motorhome and very clean bathrooms, showers and laundry. There is a pool and spa which are very nice. Each camping site has a picnic table. Most of the staff was friendly and efficient. We stayed here for 11 days, and were parked next to the office toward the back of the park in space no. 31, so we had little traffic noise from the park or the interstate and had full shade. There is a very nice, fenced pet area. Seasonal residents were friendly. As it was nearing the end of the season the store was not as well stocked as I would normally expect, but there are two gas stations with food supplies a very short distance away and a fairly good small café. When we dumped, their septic tank overflowed making a real mess, even soaking my feet. It was very unpleasant and also happened to two other campers. After reporting it, twice, they sent the maintenance people to clean it up and spread lime throughout the spilled area, but the odor was not pleasant for the next 24 hours. In addition their rotor router equipment was not working properly so it was very frustrating for them, too. As occupants left that part of the park they did not rent any more spaces. The next day they had a truck there pumping the septic system. I went over and found that their tanks were completely full so the proper attention was lacking for pumping the tanks. When we checked out two days later I spoke to the lady manager about it, and she had no apology to offer and did not have the attitude I would have expected. She said it was up to the maintenance personal to apologize. She did say they were going to dig the entire area up and redo the lines and system after the first of October (2011). It was quite evident from the conversation that they had been having problems with this for some time. After having a very pleasant stay in the cool, refreshing mountain air, this was a real disappointment. I won’t stay here again unless I’m sure the septic system is fixed, and I would definitely stay again if it is fixed. I also plan to contact the owners of the park about my experience. I guess I expected a refund for the two days the sewer was not working and the smell was terrible but that was not offered.
There is a Travel Center/Truck stop at this location as well as the Casino. Showers are available at the truck stop for $10. The RV parking is side by side on a gravel parking lot with 30 and 50 amp power available for $20. The Casino had buffets but we did not eat there. The truck stop restaurant had good food. Gas and diesel were convenient. Trucks do stop over night at the truck stop but we had no noise from the interstate or the truck stop. The casino is very smokey but they gave us $10 each to gamble with so the cost for the site was a break even. There is security patrol of the area all day & night so I felt secure. It was OK for an overnight stay while traveling.
Gravel sites (and lots of them) which are close to each other with paved streets, the area for parking is no beauty but is well maintained. It has a very nice store and gift shop and very friendly, helpful staff. The pool was closed but there is a nice picnic area and they serve dinners at an affordable price. There was highway noise from the interstate and noise from the railroad but we were parked far enough toward the back of the park that it was not too bothersome. However, they had jets planes getting ready for an air show constantly flying over head and the noise was so loud that you had to cover your ears. This were flying over during the afternoon and evening until about 9 PM. We did not hear much other airplane traffic. It was OK for an overnight stop while traveling.
For the price this is a very nice park. The only problem is that it is between the Interstate on one side and the railroad track on the other. It has level, gravel, easy pull throughs and easily accommodates a 40' motorhome. The sites have some shade. It was great for a quick overnight stay while traveling.
We stopped without reservations and were greeted by friendly, efficient hosts. It was hot and this campground is cool even on the hottest day. It is small but the sites are plenty big for a 40' motorhome. The bathrooms and showers are some of the cleanest I have ever seen. The park was quiet at night despite being fairly close to the interstate and railroad. We did not hear any noise. The view is beautiful. We stayed again on our way back home and will stay again if we get the chance.
This is a very nice campground. There is lots of shade but trees are well trimmed so no problem with dodging tree branches. The atmosphere is pleasant and although it is close to I-80 and I-180 we were not bothered by traffic noise. Our site was located near the creek behind the office. Sites higher up nearer the highway did have traffic noise. The park is very well maintained and clean. Friendly staff. Park is located for easy access to shopping. We enjoyed our stay.
Nice campground with clean bathroom facilities. The park is in a open field with no shade but they are planting some trees. Spaces are long and wide with plenty of room. Everyone is very friendly. Very convenient to the local attractions.
This is a very nice park. Owners are very friendly and helpful. It is located in Lawrence. Very clean, well kept grounds. We stayed an extra night because it was so pleasant. We would definitely stay again. Access for a big rig was easy and sites were more spacious than most. Recent tree trimming provided shade without any danger of damaging a rig.
This was the worst park I have ever stayed in. The owner did not act as if she cared if we were there or not. The park itself in unkempt with large dead tree branches laying around. We had to move them to get into the space we were assigned. The tree branches and trees were in the way for us to get out of the park so we had to move picnic tables to pull through other empty sites to get our rig out. The only reason we stayed here was because of a very late spring snow storm. It was very cold so we needed electricity to run the furnace all night. They did have a couple of 50 amp sites. Lots of weeds and goat heads to walk on. Access is not easy. Park is very run down.
This is a very nice park with grassy sites and picnic tables at each site. The owners are extremely helpful and friendly. The park showers, bathrooms and laundry are exceptionally clean. Coffee is served daily on the covered deck and baked goods 4 times a week. The atmosphere is friendly with a communal campfire in the evenings where everyone gathers. Tent sites are grassy and shaded. We really enjoyed our stay and will certainly come again. They have pull-through spaces and back-in spaces which are easy to get in and out of.
This is a very nice park with lots of shade and nice river side spaces. It was easy to get into, clean, quiet and the managers were very nice and helpful. It is the only park in the area with lots of shade trees. All the trees were trimmed so there was no danger of overhanging branches damaging our motorhome. I would definitely stay here again.