Excellent RV park. Very convenient to downtown Durango especially with one of the trolley stops is right across the road from the park. The trolleys are extremely punctual, running every 20-minutes. Yes, the Durango/Silverton train passes directly through the park several times a day but it's a very brief passing and it's part of the fun. The passengers and RVers wave at each other during each passing. Spacing for some sites is tight but most RV parks are. We joined some friends from California and we had adjacent sites that allowed us to have our front doors face each other. There was a very nice greenbelt for walking dogs. Clean up, of course. The greenbelt and railroad tracks separated the tent section of the park from the RVs. Our only complaint, and we voiced it to the management, is that because our adjoining site was comparatively large, other campers often took the liberty to cut through our site on the way to the office, pool, or bathrooms. We were surprised by this but it was happening so often we asked management if it was acceptable. They said absolutely not and gave us permission to request that the campers don't pass through. We did that a couple of times but had better success in stemming the flow by arranging our tables and vehicles in such a way most campers got the message. This was not the park's fault. Just rude campers. Lots of trees that made satellite reception impossible at our sites but the cable was good. Wi-Fi was acceptable. Slow sometimes but reasonably fast most of the time. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed three nights with some other RVer's. A nice park that also rents cabins. Appears to have a few full timers. Would have rated this park higher except for two issues. First, it sits right on a state road so there is some traffic noise. There is not a lot of traffic so the noise is not bad but thought it should be mentioned. The main issue we all had was with the park host, who I believe is also the owner. She is very curt and abrasive. We arrived on a Sunday afternoon with reservations but at a time the office is closed. First thing Monday morning, I walked to the office and paid for four nights. The lady that took my payment was very nice. I was in the motor home of one of our friends the next morning when the park host/owner pulled up in a golf cart. She did not get out of the cart but instead signaled me through the windshield of the coach with her index finger to come outside. She immediately told me I needed to get up to the office to pay. I explained to her that my site was the next one over and I had paid the previous day. She then told me to tell the owner of the coach I was in to immediately get down to the office and pay. The person that owned the coach had made the original reservations for all the sites, had stayed at this RV park previously, and had given the office his credit card number when he made the reservations. He simply did not feel there was a rush to go to the office. He did, however, go to the office a few minutes later and was treated just as rudely as I was. Perhaps a bad day for this person but we will not return to the park.
This was a very nice park. Well maintained and managed. We stayed here for three weeks. The rate reflects a monthly rate. I understand that it is under new ownership and according to other campers who have stayed here previously, there have been significant improvements. I would have rated the park a 10 except that our water was cut off one morning with what I believed to have been inadequate notice to the park customers. There was only an 8" x 10" printed notice to the left of the office door (most campers don't go to the office everyday). I was also told that an announcement was made to those who played bingo the night before. I'm pretty sure that those playing bingo only accounted for a small percentage of the total park population. It was an excellent park except for this one blip. We would stay there again.
Stayed here four years ago in June 2009 (review is still posted). No real complaints then and still have no complaints. In fact, for the first time on this current trip, I can't even complain about lousy Wi-Fi service, which seems to be a common problem in RV parks. I can't speak for the limited other parks in this area but this is a very well maintained and friendly RV park. Will definitely stay here again when we visit Biloxi.
Nice RV park. Clean, well maintained, and very conveniently located. Grand Ole Opry and Gaylord's Opryland Hotel is only about one mile away. Take some time to go see the hotel. Its pretty impressive. Downtown Nashville is only about 15 miles and 15 minutes away. Upon arrival, the staff was efficient and professional, but not particularly friendly (1st reason for not rating a 10). The second reason for not giving a 10, and a common complaint of mine at other RV parks,, is the terrible Wi-Fi service. Weak signal, slow, and occasional disconnect. Yes, they have Wi-Fi, but barely. I would stay here again, because all in all, it's a nice park.
It's a KOA. Not much different than the others. Very friendly reception. We were in a pull-through site. Barely enough room for our truck but were authorized to park across the road at a tent site if needed. There is train noise in the distance and some traffic noise from the highway but it really isn't bad. There are some permanent residents in the back of the park. Well removed from the main park and frankly, most of the permanents had pretty nice rigs and maintained their areas nicely. We visited with a couple of the residents while walking our dogs and thought they were very nice people. My biggest complaint was the quality of the Wi-Fi. It was intermittent and often slow. We were very close to the office so signal strength should not have been an issue. It's frustrating to me for these RV parks (KOA or others) to advertise the availability of Wi-Fi only to find it lacking either in consistent operation or signal strength. Who wants to always leave their RV to walk to the office, club house, swimming pool, or laundry room to use Wi-Fi? Thank goodness that the 3G and 4G cell networks are so widespread now. All in all, a good 5-day stay. Would stay here again if we return to the area.
Very clean and well maintained park. Easy to find. Park host is extremely friendly. Spaces are easily accessible and level requiring minimal leveling on your part. . Most are pull through. This is an RV park so spaces are close but comfortably spaced with picnic tables. Some have brick fire rings. Excellent large leash free dog park for your pups. Just upgraded its Wi-Fi with multiple antennas so reception was excellent on our iPads but our 4S iPhones would not identify the network due to recently upgrading to new technology for the network. Newer phones are OK and the problem is being corrected as I type this review. A train can be heard in the distance several times a day but we did not find this to be a problem. Don't plan to be back in this area anytime soon but would definitely stay here again.
This is an excellent RV park. The hostess was very hard working and friendly. All of the sites that I viewed are very accessible even for big rigs. There were numerous large motor coaches and fivers in the park. There are several pull-through sites. The sites are not huge but they are comfortably spaced, with full hook ups and a table. Some leveling of your unit will be required but it's not a problem. We stayed in 14B, which is at the opposite end of the park from the office resulting in the Wi-Fi being weak and often non-existent. There is a strong signal closer to the office. This is why I gave a rating of 9 rather than 10. They hope to soon install more Wi-Fi antennas throughout the park. Bathrooms and showers are very clean. The park hostess offered homemade ice cream two of the three nights we stayed. Excellent signage on the highway to help find the park and the lighted archway entrance can't be missed. There is a fairly steep and winding climb up the road to the park but presents no major challenge. A great park. Would definitely stay here again.
Very nice KOA. Camping spots are nicely spaced. Lots of trees. It didn't feel as close to downtown San Antonio as it was. Very friendly staff. Clean bathrooms and showers. There is an on site fast food eatery called The Chuck Wagon that serves excellent breakfast taquitos. The only reason I didn't rate the park a 10 was because the WiFi was weak and slow and the cable TV at our site did not work properly.
This is an excellent park run by the Trinity River Authority. Has great management. Has nicely spaced pads. Some spaces have sewer hookup while others don't, so be sure to ask if that is important to you. Trash pickup at your site 3-4 times per day. Many sites are right on the lake with wonderful views. We camped at one of the lake front sites for four nights. We had stayed here one other time on a non-lakefront site but still had a great view of the lake. I really can't say enough good things about this park. If you ride, bring your motorcycle. There are a lot of good back roads to cruise. The park is closed during the winter months. It is open March to November.
What a find! We stayed at this park on an emergency basis when our reservations at Oceanside RV Park in nearby Magnolia Beach were given away without notice to another RV'er that would be staying for more days than we booked. This is an excellent park. We stayed three nights. Had very friendly and helpful management. It's very clean and well maintained. Has numerous pull through sites. Though gravel, the sites are level and adequately spaced. Also has a nice area of grass between sites with a picnic table. Has a very nice pool with spa. It's only a short drive to the beach. The nightly rate includes a $10/day charge for 50 amp service. I assume that 30 amp is less. We would definitely stay here again.
This is just an RV park (a lot of concrete and side by side spaces) but a very nice one. Very clean, well lit, and modern. A matter of only a few blocks to Beach Blvd. and Biloxi's beautiful beaches. It's only a 5-10 minute drive to the casinos. We had a pull through site but I did not see any sites that would be difficult to get into with even the largest rigs. Also, plenty of room for your toad. It was very hot the day we arrived and our central A/C had not been working on the road due to a problem with the generator. So, we were anxious to take a dip in the pool to cool off. This is our only complaint. The pool water was very warm. More like a hot tub. Perhaps the sun and ambient temperature (high 90's) caused this but coming from the South, we've never been in an unheated swimming pool that was this warm even on the hottest days. Only a minor complaint. It was still refreshing. We would recommend this park to anyone paying a visit to Biloxi.
Most of the comments on this park are fair. It is more like a state park than an "Elite Resort" but it is clean and the spaces are roomy and nicely separated. The one contact with staff was friendly. This is not peak season so the park was not crowded at all. It does seem family oriented and very affordable so I'm sure it is very busy during the peak season. WiFi was good most of the time though for some reason, we had trouble sending emails even though it appeared that we were connected. Cable TV service was lacking. Was unable to get many of the channels the second night. Probably some kind of technical difficulty. We've stayed in much nicer but all in all, this park was OK for the two night stay that we were there.
This was a very quick two night stay. Had difficulty finding availability in Kissimmee so settled on this park. This was an old park with a lot of permanent residents. Not high end at all but it served our purpose. Sites were very close and it was difficult to back our motorhome into its slot but got it done. Internet is available but you have to pay for it. We made use of unsecured users in the park. Probably would not stay here again but only because it is not as new and modern as we like. If you like a more natural setting, would recommend Lake Louisa State Park near Davenport. It's very pretty and only 15-minutes from most of the Disney theme parks.
Very nice resort. Still developing so most of landscaping was new. All palm trees. Pretty but no shade. Very roomy sites. Level pads of stained concrete. Beautiful club house and infinity pool. Free night if you are willing to listen to their presentation. We received the free night but they never came around and asked us to listen to presentation. Probably because two of our three nights were on Saturday and Sunday. About 15-minutes from the Foley and Gulf Shores beaches if you use the toll bridge. A little longer if you take another route. Be sure to eat at Bahama Bob's on the beach at Gulf Shores. Excellent food and service. Would stay here again.
Excellent high end park. Very will maintained with good privacy because of the lush tropical plants between each site. We had a water front site and after five days, did not want to leave. The staff, especially Ann, were extremely warm, friendly, and helpful in every respect. We will definitely be back.