Nicest RV park hosts we've had all summer. When we checked in they gave us the full scoop on what to do in town, without trying to sell us anything (they don't sell tickets here). Easy maneuvering for our 45' RV with plenty of room to park the car. Level gravel sites. Close to everything in town; but still super quiet enough. Walmart and Albertsons close by. Walking distance to Buffalo Bill Museum complex. Not the cheapest place in town; but seems like the nicest place in town. Some of the other RV parks look pretty dumpy. We'd definitely stay here again.
Location, location, location! We're BIG, and this was the only place that could take a 45' RV. It was a VERY VERY tight squeeze. Not so easy to get out. Super quiet. Lots of trees; so don't expect satellite and absolute NO cell or Wi-Fi coverage. New 50 amp electrical service. But weird old-style fire plug sewer (so we didn't dump black). Be sure you have a screw-in connection. Nice folks. Decent restaurant (but pricey) and convenience store. But, not real groceries.
On the positive: Nice location for visiting Teton Valley and Jackson, WY (which is ridiculously expensive). Victor is a cute town with remarkably good food choices. There's a local market with decent selection and you're not very far from Driggs which is a slightly bigger town. RV Park was quiet. Wi-Fi didn't work very well at our site. The pool was super small, but we didn't use it. The place is a bit dusty. Not really a complaint; but the water was shared and required a 50' hose to reach. We'd stay here again; but for a shorter amount of time.
Not a bad location for visiting Grand Teton National Park; but super expensive. There are rodent holes everywhere; and there's no pavement in the park, so you've got to be careful where you step. The pool and spa were non-functioning. The Wi-Fi didn't work at our site. Lots of mosquitos. Not enough gravel on the sites. On the positive side the park hosts were very friendly; and we'd stay there again simply because we fit there and it's a great location. They gave us a late checkout which was really generous. They do have a grill and the food was pretty good; but a little pricey.
This is a super nice park, close to everything in Bend. But it's over-priced; and we were promised a site with satellite; but we weren't given one. Only 3 or 4 spots in the entire park have Satellite. They DO have cable TV; which is nice - however, we watch the Tour de France in the summer and will miss 9 days of it because they didn't give us a spot with satellite. Not a huge deal; but we were told we'd have it, and we don't - so we're not happy about the misrepresentation... Especially when the park is so pricey.
Nice park in a decent location if you're visiting Salem. Really nice laundry facilities, and offers nice amenities like movie night and happy hour. Clean and neat. Downside: Super tight entrance. If you're BIG, and we are, don't try to park where the signs say to pull in for check-in. Just stay to the right and head down the driveway. We got stuck and had to unhook and wiggle around to get back on track.
This is our second time at Mounthaven, and we enjoyed it just as much this second time around. The hosts are incredibly friendly, helpful, welcoming and just plain wonderful folks. PERFECT location for visiting Mt. Rainier. The only very minor downside is no television (which we don't care about but for the fact that we were missing watching the Tour de France), and spotty internet. Highly recommend!
First the positive: Friendly staff. Large, paved spots. Great wi-fi service. Wonderful location. Negatives: Terribly overpriced, especially considering that the trains woke us up every night (more than once). While we don't mind because we don't use RV park facilities, there's no pool, no clubhouse, no playground. It's pretty much a parking lot with sewer and electricity. If you're a Big Rig, be mindful navigating here. Don't miss the turn onto the very narrow street!
GREAT location - and they have a captive audience, so it's expensive; which is part of the reason we're giving a 6. The other reasons are: For the price, the sites should be paved. The sites don't have enough gravel, so our site was really muddy because it rained every day. There are amenities here that we don't use and don't like paying for. The staff was friendly enough at check-in; but when I called with an issue after hours, they never called back. Super location - close to everything you could want to do in Nashville! Quiet even though it's close to the freeway. The wifi was great.
We're 45 feet: and were mighty surprised when we arrived, as we read here, and were told on the phone that this park was Big Rig friendly. Hardly. We couldn't get into our assigned spot, which was a pull through. We got lucky that there was ONE larger space available. Getting to the space was tricky as the interior road in the park is very, very narrow. Had there been RVs parked in the spots across from ours, we'd not have been able to back in. All of the bigger rigs were in back-in spots. The pull-through sites are all tight, and not diagonal entry. Gravel spots are OK, but for the price we expected paved pads. Staff was friendly and helpful.
Our rate was based on the weekly rate. The daily rate for the spot we were in is $50. Rates are $50-$85, depending on the location. This is a very nice resort, with a wonderful staff. It's in a great location. But it's seriously over-priced. OK, the spots are super long, super wide and have paving stones. But these rates were, I believe, based on a time when they only accepted high-end RVs - and were trying to be "exclusive." Not that we care, but they've seriously lowered their standards; and allow even pop-ups and van conversions. The Wi-Fi works very well in the office/lounge - but it's terrible at the sites; and this week it was mostly down. Inexcusable for a park with such high rates. Most of the "perimeter" sites don't get satellite; so if you want that, be sure and ask for 403. We'd stay here again, but only because of the location. They have a captive audience for a rig our size (45').
The owners, Craig and Joan, are wonderful, friendly, helpful hosts. Good Wi-Fi connection available on the patio near the office, but not at the individual sites. Mounthaven is less than two miles from the entrance to Mount Rainier National Park. So if that's your destination, this is a GREAT location! Negatives: No cell phone reception. No cable TV. No way to get satellite. All gravel/dirt sites. 30 amp service only. Be aware of mosquito's and biting flies. The nightly rate is a bit high, but you're paying for location, not amenities. We'd stay again.
Positives: Super friendly, helpful, welcoming staff. Great location in Sequim - very near to Olympic National Park entrances and several state parks and recreation areas. Nearby shopping (Walmart, Costco, Safeway). Excellent FREE WI-FI. Negatives: Gravel spots, which are VERY narrow. Not possible to put out the awning. Right on the 101 (although we were back from the road, so it wasn't too noisy). Coming from the west, you can't make a left into the RV Park; and you can't make a left to leave westbound on the 101. We had to travel past the RV Park and make a U-turn up the road (not so easy in a 45'er with a toad). We'll have to do the same when we leave. They charge $2 extra per day to use A/C (50 amp). In spite of the negatives, it appears to be the nicest place in Sequim.
We stayed in our 45 foot motorhome; so A+ for big rig friendly. The staff were super friendly and welcoming. Negatives: The place isn't much to look at. The spots are gravel, and very narrow. When we had neighbors, they were very close. Positives: Great (free) wifi; easy to get in and out; right across the street from the grocery store and a very good pizza/pasta restaurant.It is a good location for visiting the coastal areas of Olympic National Park. If we're ever in Forks again, we'd definitely stay here again.
Super LARGE spots with easy big rig access. (We're 45'.) Very clean and well maintained. WIFI is excellent. Club house is clean with lots of books, magazines, games, etc. Friendly staff. Great location for folks interested in mountain biking, hiking, fishing, boating. Not too far from shopping in Eugene. Quiet and lovely. This is our second visit - and we would definitely come again; and recommend Casey's to others.
Positives: GREAT location! The managers are wonderful. It's not overpriced considering the proximity to Ketchum/Sun Valley. Negatives: It's big rig accessible; but the spots are perpendicular to the driveway, and very tight. It's definitely a challenge to get in and out. If you're 45 feet like we are, be sure and ask for space 45. It's the only easy access. The wifi service is spotty and didn't work most of the time.
The big rig spots are very close together and not very level. Most of the hosts are super friendly and nice; but there was one who got in our face about my sister dropping us off and momentarily parking in our spot (although I'd cleared it the day before and reminded the front desk that morning). We came at the end of June. The mosquitoes are HORRIBLE. You can't go outside without full protection. We felt a bit confined in the evenings because of that. WIFI has a great signal and is free.
Easy access and spacious site for our 45er. Great location, just 6 miles from West Glacier, and 15 or so from Whitefish and Kalispell (if you need to shop). Super friendly staff. Great Wi-Fi service. Nice common area with TV, games and a book exchange. This is our second time here - and we'd definitely come again.
We didn't reserve early enough to get hookups, but we certainly enjoyed boon docking here. Perfect location - only a block from town, where there are several decent restaurants and great coffee houses. Quiet and beautiful. We had deer on our doorstep nearly every day! We'd definitely go back (but try to reserve in time to get hookups).
While this KOA is close to the entrance of Jasper National Park, it's actually 47 miles to the town of Jasper and the heart of everything you'd want to do/see in Jasper. Plenty of shopping in Hinton (the town 2 miles away) - but not much else there. The sites were plenty large, even for our 45er. Nice laundry room with front loading machines. The only things to complain about are the typical high price of KOAs, the Wi-Fi never worked, and they close/lock the gate at 11:30pm.
KOAs are generally overpriced, and this was no different. The Wi-Fi didn't work. Those are our only complaints. The spaces are easy access, even for our 45er. The pool and spa are wonderful; and they have a nice store. Although we didn't partake, they offer an inexpensive pancake breakfast, and burgers for lunch and dinner. The front desk folks were super nice. Good location- but super, super windy.
Canyon RV is in the Big Rig book - so being 45' we selected it for our week-long stay in the Glacier area. It's a great location and the staff are super friendly and helpful. The grounds are pretty and it's very quiet. BUT: it's very, very tight. We struggled to get into our site; and are a tad concerned about getting out of it as well. Our site is gravel (as is the entire place) and we can't get completely level. We do have WiFi at our spot; but the connection is sometimes spotty. Not a big deal since the Big Rig book said WiFi wasn't even available at the sites (so I guess that means any connection is a bonus). We'd recommend Canyon RV - but maybe not if you're as big as we are (45') and you're not an expert at parking (as we're not). Happy Travels!
GREAT location - friendly staff - reasonable rates, especially considering how close it is to Ketchum/Sun Valley! Some long term residents. Other reviews mentioned road noise; but we didn't notice it (and we were in the row closest to the highway). The spots are paved, with plenty of maneuvering room (we're 45' so we need it). The hook ups are side-by-side; so if you spend time at the picnic table you'd have no privacy - but we generally don't do that. We'd definitely go back; especially since Ketchum is a wonderful place to visit if you're into outdoor recreation!
Our only true gripe about Oasis is that the rate doesn't include Wi-Fi. They charge $5.99 per day; and then the connection is spotty, depending on your site location. The laundry facilities are wonderful. New, clean machines; and they only charge .75. The swimming pools are great. Location is perfect. Close enough to the Strip and to shopping, but far enough away to be quiet. Easy access to sites with our 45' rig. Great security. Nice folks at the front desk.
We'd heard that the noise from Hwy 46 was bad here, but we didn't hear it at all. We really liked this RV park. It's clean, nicely landscaped, and has good space between sites (at least for the premium sites). The folks that run the place are very nice. Although they messed up our reservation, they totally made good on it by upgrading our spot for no cost and giving us two nights free for our next visit. Very good location, close to town. The Wi-Fi worked well.
This is a GREAT location with GREAT views! We're in a 45' RV; so when we pulled in, it LOOKED tight, but it turned out to be fairly easy to pull in the assigned space. DO make sure, if you're BIG, that you let them know when you make your reservation. They're very accommodating. All dirt and gravel sites, and close together, but considering that you can walk less than a block to the shuttle stop and/or walk to pretty much every place in town, the Zion Camp is wonderful. We'd definitely go again (especially considering the price). If you're visiting Zion National Park this is the place to stay.
There is easy access for a 45' RV. Other than that, we were totally unimpressed. It's across the street from a smelly feed-lot. All gravel roads and sites. Wi-Fi didn't work at our site. For the price, especially in Idaho, you'd expect a nice club house, paved roads, landscaping. This place is just above "dump" status.
Flying Flags is a great location - and you have the option of boondocking on the grass (which we often do). We stay here at least once a year, sometimes more. It's a bit pricey; but they have a captive audience - so they can get away with it. They always welcome you with fresh baked cookies, and acknowledge return customers. Very friendly staff. They're upgrading this year, so the price might go up. There's construction at the moment - but it's not noisy or inconvenient.
We really enjoyed Casey's - and would definitely return. The staff was super friendly and welcoming. The place was clean and very attractive. We really enjoyed hearing the river rush by! There was soft ice cream for $1 (honor system) in the cabana which we enjoyed! The only downside is the trains go by in the night.
If you're going to Mammoth to ski, Mammoth Mountain RV Park has a captive audience. Since there's no competition, they can charge whatever they want and provide the worst possible customer service. We stay here at least 25-30 nights per winter; yet they never treat us like anything other than perfect strangers. The young woman who runs the front desk is cold, unfriendly and oftentimes downright rude. They claim Wi-Fi, but unless you're in the first row of parking, it's no good. The bathrooms are disgusting. They don't enforce the quiet hours (this time our rude neighbor started up his deisel engine and let it idle for at least 15 minutes at 6:45am each day before he took his rig up to the lifts). Typically in the winter, especially mid week when we're here, there are only 4-5 other RVers, yet they give no accommodation if you want to stay a few extra hours. Terrible. Just about the worst place we stay. We've never come during the summer, but it's packed. And expensive.
We stayed a week; so the rate was significantly better on a per night basis. In the winter, this is a no-frills location; the office is closed much of the day, so there's no access to the game room/library. We've stayed here in the summer as well. It's a bit more expensive, but it's a great location. Close to shopping/restaurants in Kimball Junction; and just a short drive to Park City. It's a bit noisy, being right off Highway 80. During our stay in March, the front desk staff were a bit less friendly than the previous stay - but they were helpful when it came to backing out of our tight spot as we were leaving. The site had snow piled up on each side, and also directly across from our site - so it was a bit tight. We'd stay here again. (Especially since it's really the only place available.)
First, we were surprised by the $50 per night rate, since the 2008 FMCA listed $28 per night. However, we did receive a 15% Escapees Discount. They SAY they're big rig friendly, but the roads and the spaces were a little tight. Not terrible, but a challenge, especially since we're new to the LARGE size rig. The pads are nice and level, and the facility is clean and well groomed. Although we were directly across from the office, the wifi didn't work in our rig. We had to sit in the lobby/game room to use our computer. No cell phone reception in the park. Even though there were TONS OF SPACES available, they charged us $20 to stay a couple extra hours. We find this fairly insulting, especially since their price is already ridiculously high. Next time we're in Zion, we'll stay in Springdale. The RV park there is $20 per night cheaper; and is walking distance to restaurants and shopping. There's also a shuttle to Zion right there. From THIS resort, we had to drive 10 miles each way to enjoy the Park.