Very happy with the park. Friendly, quiet and great walking in the neighborhood. WiFi is weak, but at least it worked for us. Verizon data was terrible - -90dBm signal for you geeks out there. No problem with our 40' motorhome. I am guessing half the sites are OK for satellite on top of a motorhome. We would come again.
We REALLY enjoyed this park. The only thing we did not like was no sewer at the sites and a 2-holer dump station on the exit road. Spaces 7-23 have great views of the lake, are paved and are reasonably level. No problem with our 40' motorhome. Sitting right under a Verizon tower so 4G was 5 bars. Electric (50 amp) and water were A+. Many people were swimming in the lake, but we did not try it. Wild burros are occasionally in the campground. Fantastically dark at night and very quiet when we were there. All sites have a covered picnic table and the sites are well spaced.
Super park, especially considering it is Passport America. We have stayed here several times and have always been happy. Sites are long enough for the biggest rig to stay hooked up to the toad. Utilities are intelligently arranged. Verizon broadband works. Satellite works. Pizza and burgers if you want them.
Happy with the park. Very friendly and helpful camp hosts, and the owners live in a house on site. Traffic is a bit loud, but better than many RV parks. Verizon broadband worked - did not try the WiFi. Takes big rigs OK. Would stay again.
We would not have come this far off I-84 if it were not a Passport America park. We were very pleased with the place. Immaculate grounds, good utilities and we had a site long enough (barely) to leave our Jeep hooked up. We certainly will stop again when we pass through.
Hard to beat a full hookup site (50 amp) for 15 bucks. Our 40' MH hung out the space a bit, but this is not the kind of place where that matters. Right in town. We like it. Will stay again. Called for reservations and the clerk said they did not take them. Said there were several rigs in the park, and that they had NEVER filled up. Do not know if that is true, but we were fine.
Very pleased with this park. Right in town, full hookup, Verizon broadband good, shade at some sites, level with good power and water. Do not know if they actually allow RV washing, but I spent 3 hours washing mine and nobody said a word. You can have all the hotel amenities, but we chose not to. Will definitely stay again.
It is the only park within a lot of miles, so that is a big positive. Fast Wi-Fi is a good thing in an area without Verizon broadband. We got our 40' MH in OK, with some creative parking of our towed. Sites are quite close. Landscaping is a small amount of rock and a lot of bare dirt. Very dusty when the wind blows. Not even a good crop of weeds between sites. Do not know if the laundry is clean, but I doubt it because the door was open 24/7. The owner is a super guy. Very friendly and very knowledgeable about the area. In spite of the negatives, we would stay again if in the area.
We were happy with the park. No extra amenities, but then we seldom use them. Trees and lawns very well kept. Sites plenty long and wide. Wi-Fi was slow but it did work. Verizon broadband not available in this area. All sites open enough for satellite: did not use the cable TV.
Very enjoyable 3 night stay. Sites large enough for our 40' MH. Verizon 3G worked. WiFi was only at the office. Park very neat and clean. Did not use the facilities so have no comment on them. Summer season just beginning, but expect mostly seasonals later on as people escape the heat of Phoenix and the Colorado River valley.
Very pleasant and very quiet location. Could use better signage from I-30, but simply follow Passport America directions and you will be OK. WIFI showed up, but too weak to use. Verizon 3G worked fine. We used satellite, but noted repairmen working on the cable TV. Work in progress. Only 3 concrete pads available. Could be a problem if wet. No management present until 5 or 6 pm, then just collected money and left. Camp hosts will start working in a few days. We will stay again if in the area.
Ten bucks for a long 50 amp, full hookup, pull through. Passport America and either cash or credit. We went to the far end of the park and it was quiet enough. Verizon 3G worked fine. Certainly not fancy, but we will stay again when passing through.
Passport America. Certainly an older park, but we were very happy with it. 50 amp, Wi-Fi, cable TV and plenty of pull through sites available. Not many trees so it is good for satellite. Quiet. The owner bends over backward to please. The Kiva-Aok park was right next door and appeared to have many undesirable long term tenants. Cactus RV does not appear that way. We certainly will stay here again.
By far the biggest part of this park is full time seasonal RVs. People seemed friendly. Over nighters have very long pull throughs with only 30 amp and water. Noise from the freeway. Very friendly office. Not really impressed with the park, but not completely turned off.
This really is a campground, not an RV park, except for the "Rally Field." Most RV sites are occupied by what appear to be permanent (seasonal) RVs. Very large tenting areas that seem to be very well done. There is a pool we did not use. We left the Tri State RV park across the river because of the noise. This one was very quiet. The unique thing we liked about the park is the large "rally field" ringed by water and 30 amp electric hookups (no 50 amp). There would be no problem parking a semi truck in these sites: swing around in the field and back up to the woods. A site on the north side of the field allows satellite reception. The park is 1.6 miles from US Rte 6 in Port Jervis. The turn from Rte 6 to River Road is a real killer. Getting back to the Interstate from River Road is even worse. STRONGLY consider going into the village and using side streets to turn and enter River Road from that direction. This is a good distance for us, and there are not many parks to choose from. We will come again.
Looks like 10 hookup sites, a small lawn for 2-3 tents and small area for dry camping. Not much of a park but "the only game in town". The motel claimed to have WiFi, but we were unable to connect at any time during our stay. No laundry. Most sites are pull-throughs. Not a very attractive park, but we stayed 2 weeks while scouting the area, so shouldn't complain too loudly.
The park is well maintained, but quite pricey in the summer. WiFi kicks off frequently at busy times, and we were right under the transmitter. Location is ideal for us, as we can walk residential streets behind the park. Roads and sites are gravel with natural vegetation between. All sites are open for satellite.
We enjoyed the campground. Big rig sites, open for satellite and quiet at night. On-site owners were friendly. Good thing our Verizon card worked, because the park Wi-Fi was down every morning until the owners woke up and rebooted it.
We enjoyed this park. It has in-town convenience with out-of-town quiet. We were fairly close to the Wi-Fi and it worked well. Sites are well spaced out with plenty of natural vegetation. All sites are suitable for satellite. Our site was level, but we saw a number that were uneven. If this is important to you, you might want to inspect a site before accepting it. Roads and sites are gravel, but it was not a problem.
We like the park. In-town convenience and out-of-town quietness. Quite a bit of space between sites and a lot of natural vegetation. Native vegetation means all trees are short and the sites are OK for satellite. We were close to the Wi-Fi antenna and were pleased with it. Our site was level enough, but we saw others that were uneven. If this is important to you, you might want to look at the site before you accept it.
Sites are narrow with no trees so satellite works in any space. WiFi was being upgraded, but frequently kicked us off. Well maintained park. We had planned to stay another night but gave up because of the WiFi. Many permanent or seasonal but still a nice atmosphere.
An old park but very well maintained. Sites not big but adequate. Satellite will work if you ask for the right site. WiFi was OK. Be sure to enter from the north or you will have an extremely hard time making a left turn across heavy traffic. We would stay again.
Very pleased with the park, except that wifi was not the best. Signal is not overly strong and bandwidth is quite narrow. Park was only 15-20% full, so I hate to think what wifi would have been like if the park were full. Very well designed and maintained park. Will stay again if we are in the area.
Good spot for a night or two, especially with the free shuttle to Fremont Street and the Strip. Wi-Fi was $6/day but it worked. Sewer hookup is the strangest thing I have ever seen, and it smells bad. We paid for two nights but did not like smoking casinos so left after one. THE PARK REFUNDED OUR MONEY!
Your experience will depend on what site you get. We had a non-cable TV pull through site that was long, level and open enough for our satellite. Wi-Fi worked fine. The park has cut quite a few trees in the back pull-throughs to accommodate larger rigs, but the roads getting to the back are still crowded with trees. Overall we were very happy with the park.
This appears to have been a good park "back in the day". Unfortunately, that day was long ago. The park has been seriously neglected for a few years. The office and surrounding areas appear junky, fallen tree branches litter the sites, pool needs maintenance and trees are untrimmed. 30 amp maximum hookup. The lady that signed us in was very friendly. There are a mixture of shaded and open sites (quite narrow) and the Wi-Fi works well. Stay a night if it is in the right location for you, otherwise keep on going.
Most sites are shaded, but we took one of the few open ones in the center of the park. Satellite was fine and, amazingly, the wifi worked during the busy time in the morning. Highway noise is somewhat muffled by the trees but is still quite noticable. Nice park.
Sites are close together, but adequate for an overnight stay. Very long pull throughs - probably were designed as doubles. Wifi was OK in the afternoon but too busy to work in the morning. Satellite sites are available. Easy in and out.
This park specializes in seasonal guests, but we were OK with the overnight accommodations. We had a long open gravel pull through in front of the Lodge. Nothing fancy, but good in the rain and close to the wifi antenna.
What a dump. Ratty looking with very little maintenance. All sewer sites are taken up by permanent residents - only water/electric available for transients. Pull through sites are well spaced out, but the gravel pads and roads are extremely narrow and the surrounding soil is wet and heavy with clay - a big problem if you come after a rain like we did. A young kid working the office directed us to our pull through site in the wrong direction, and around a corner too sharp for anything but a pickup camper. We hunted out the best way in, then made ruts both entering and leaving. The park is simply not designed for big rigs to make the turns. Wi-Fi is available, at least close to the office where we were. It is free for 15 minutes, then there is a charge. No trees to block satellite reception. It is obvious they have no real competition for a great distance or they would be out of business.
Certainly not a fancy campground, but more than adequate for an overnight stay. Extra long pull through sites with easy in and out. Close to freeway access without too much noise. Wifi to the sites, but am not sure it would work well if the park were busy. All sites open enough for satellite. Be prepared for a foul smelling, smoky office at check in!
If you like clean vehicles, do not stop here – keep going to another town. There is a mile of extremely dusty road leading to the campground, and the same mile leading back out. If it has been raining, this road will likely cover your vehicles with mud. If the breeze is blowing from the road toward the park you will also have the benefit of more dust. The Park is no help either. Their brochure says in bold writing “Washing Vehicles $25, Rinsing off Vehicles $25, Rinsing Windows $25”. If you can get by the dirt, this is a well laid out and pleasant park. Mostly large pull-throughs with plenty of space between. Wifi performance almost zero at busy times. On air TV only, but many sites are suitable for satellite. Close to the major retail area in town. They do not accept credit cards. We would stop somewhere else another time.
We enjoyed the park. Had a back in site closer to the office, and it was wide and pleasant. Wifi was quite weak, but worked. There were quite a few permanant residents, but that certainly was not a problem. Would stay again.
Plenty of room for big rigs, but the sites are close. Wifi only in the laundry. Cable TV not much. Best feature is free spot to wash RV and auto. Campground even supplies hose and bucket! Would stay again.
This is a very neat, clean and well run park. Our site was long enough to leave our tow car attached to our 36' motorhome. Sites have only water and electric, no sewer or cable TV. Wi-Fi cost left a bad taste in our mouths - $3 for 1 hour or $10 for a day. You can drive a mile to the tourist info building and get free Wi-Fi in the parking lot.
The 3 rows of "super pull throughs" have all utilities, and are wide and long enough. Wifi works in much of the park, but not everywhere. Good location and friendly people. Vehicle wash is available at $1 for 4 minutes. We enjoyed the park.
Nice campground. Sites are adequate size, but not oversized. Wifi only reaches a few sites, but is available at office/laundries. Owner is hoping to upgrade it this summer to make it more stable and reach a few more sites. We were happy with it.
The park is nicely treed and quite pleasant, but the infrastructure is extremely outdated. No cable TV, only CBC over the air, weak 15 amp service and water pressure so low we used our own pump. Weak wifi available only near the office, but the clerk said they would attempt to broadcast it throughout the park this season (good luck with that!)
Very enjoyable park. Spacious sites. Wifi not available anywhere in the park, and very few sites suitable for satellite TV in the full hookup area. Electric only area is much more open and would be good for satellite.
This park does a lot of things right. Spaces are long and wide, roads are wide and the Wi-Fi works well (at least close to the office). We found it quiet and well run. The park is quite new so there are no large shade trees - perfect for satellite.
You must pass through an area of older house trailers to reach the RV park. I would guess that maintenance has been minimal for a number of years. The park itself has wide roads and long sites. Three repeaters allow a good Wi-Fi signal. Satellite will work if you ask for an appropriate site. Very quiet location. We have stayed here before, and probably will again.
Overpriced, like many KOAs, but a nice park. Sites are fairly wide and there are several wi-fi antennas throughout the park. Many sites are shaded, but satellite sites are available if you ask for them.
Very well run park. Staff friendly and helpful, including the resident managers. Wi-Fi was adequate. Neat and clean. Office hours from 6 am to 9 pm! Some interstate noise, but tolerable. We were very happy.
We enjoyed this park. The sites and roads are wide and easy to maneuver in. WiFi was good, at least close to the office. Most sites open enough for satellite. No cable. The surroundings are partly commercial and partly agricultural. Owners appear to be new and are very friendly and helpful. RV washing is allowed for $10. We will certainly stay again.
The 50 amp pull throughs are 2 units long, the first unit in can pull through, the second must back out. WiFi was weak and intermittent, and we were only 100' from the office. Only some sites are open enough for satellite.
The park is nice, but quite a bit of noise from motorcycles accelerating as they leave town. If WIFI is important, make a reservation and specify your desire to be close to the office. They appear to have a single residential-style router for the entire campground. Great atmosphere. The owner let us pick vegetables from his garden.