Lovely campground in a great location. But very pricey, even in October. Unfortunately, we did lose the high-def cable stations while we were here, but in that it was our last night it was not a big deal. Our call to the office was returned and they apologized, saying the problem was with the service, not our site. People are very friendly and helpful. The woman at the front office even gave us a pass to Assateague National Park that someone had not used. Nice place to stay and we would stay here again.
The best thing about this place is its proximity to Philadelphia. Otherwise, it is an okay campground. The sites are quite roomy, and being by the lake is a nice touch. Nothing extraordinary. Oddly full, though for the time of year we were there.
We stayed in the owner sites up front (Class A only) and got the best site there, with a view to die for. The staff is marvelous, the park is first rate -- luxury sites, many with patio furniture, barbecues, sinks, etc. Ours had a two-tier paved living section and we loved it so much we extended our stay. Views of Flathead Lake and the Mission Mountain. range, plus the sunsets and stars at night over Polson -- we had a full moon during our stay -- AMAZING. We will definitely stay here again if we are lucky enough to return to the area.
This park is right off highway 14, located a few hundred feet from the bridge over to Hood River, OR. The location is great for exploring the Columbia River Gorge area. The grounds are immaculate, and everything seems to be kept up very well, but you're quite close to your neighbors. In fact, the picnic table from the site next door was directly under our motorhome's window. WAY too close! The management is very nice but are strict about where pets relieve themselves. The grass on the sites seems to be the big priority (and it is indeed very nice), but that means pet owners have to get their dogs to an area at the back of the campground before they can relieve themselves, which is kind of ridiculous. We could handle this, in that our dog weighs only 4 lbs. But what do owners of large dogs do? Carry them until they get to the pet area? Perhaps another pet area at the front of the park would be wise. Anyway, we gave this only a 6 primarily because of all the highway noise. OMG, the trucks and trains and sundry other vehicles are so loud they sound like they are inside the RV. Forget about having your windows open at night. And even with the windows closed, forget about sleeping past 4 am or so -- if you are lucky enough to sleep that long. We would not stay here again because of the noise issue.
Beautiful RV resort right on the Pacific. We had a lovely ocean vista site that featured a glassed in patio and a wonderful table with a firepit in the middle. Nice exercise room, good laundry facilities, great view of the ocean. All the sites are well kept and up to the Outdoor Resorts standards. The only downside is that the access to the beach was blocked off, probably due to the fact that storms had taken out the stairways. We scrambled down the cliffs to get there, despite seeing paths blocked by yellow tape. Great beach for walking, so the resort should repair the access. We would definitely recommend this resort to others.
The location of this park is perfect for exploring the Napa/Sonoma region. It is clean, has ample room, generous size concrete pads with lots of well-tended grass in between. But the other super plus is the campground host! He was our next door neighbor during our five-night stay, and gave us all kinds of terrific advice on wineries, restaurants, and places to see. He is SO helpful -- he even walked our little dog when we went on the wine train! The park has a super advantage with the host - kudos to them for hiring him on.
This is a nice resort. We were here past season so the place was nearly empty. One day we had the pool to ourselves, the next day we could not use it, in that four children dominated it, screaming all day long. Not the park's fault, of course. Our site was fine, great staff, clean and well kept.
Wow: what a place. Very upscale, large sites, beautiful pools and facilities. We were here past season so we had the pool area to ourselves! Nice landscaping for the desert. Staff not particularly friendly when we checked in, but people we spoke to later were more engaging. Laundry is very clean and new. Enjoyed our stay immensely. We would return.
Great location, sites a bit on the small side, but adequate. The weekend we were here we saw numerous group rallies, so the people were not all that friendly, in that they were with their friends. Not sure if it was our location (toward the back of the park, site 99), but it is tough to sleep much past 6 am, due to the noise from the landscapers and/or the sanitation trucks. Love the setting on the marina. Great Mexican restaurant just down the street on Broadway: Querencia. Wonderful food! We would definitely stay here again.
OMG: do not come here if you want any peace and quiet. The park, which is very nice, with roomy sites and lush grass (there was a sewage smell on occasion, however), was by far the noisiest RV park we have ever stayed in. Scores of children were everywhere, running amok on every street, screaming, on bikes, on scooters, with seemingly little to no supervision. Forget using the pool. Filled with screaming children there too. This park is located in wine country on the site of a casino. Why would families with young children even stay here? It was extremely annoying for those of us without kids. Another issue: this is a pretty large park, so I thought the laundry was very inadequate. Five washers, four dryers? Are you kidding? We would never stay here again.
The campground was in a lovely setting and the sites were paved and adequate in size, although they could have been a bit longer. Our issue with the park is the dust. Perhaps we were just unlucky with the weather, but the red dust gets everywhere! The wind is relentless and the coach was coated inside and out with fine red dust. Otherwise, the park is fine, and located in the heart of Monument Valley. The staff was professional and helpful. We would not stay here again, based on the chance of hitting wind and dust, however.
You could not ask for a more beautiful setting for a park. The sites were fine, nothing fancy, with good grass. The staff was very friendly. It's nice that they have pet sitters on site. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a well kept and clean park, but relatively basic. They provide a picnic table, but the site itself is filled with sharp red rock gravel. No grass anywhere, which makes it difficult if you have a dog to walk. Also, be prepared for loud train whistles at 6 am nearly every day. We did not get much sleep. Williams is a cute old town and the park is a good location for visiting the Grand Canyon and Sedona. And if you want to take the railway to the canyon, it is an ideal location.
Beautiful park with large, wonderful, private sites. Yes, the beach is a mile away, but the walk is worth it. Plus, they have a tram service if needed. What a beach! Only way they could make it better is if they allowed dogs on the beach. Staff was very friendly, and the park is lovely. Would stay here again.
This is a neat and clean park, but site #123, while a pull-thru, is tiny! There is nothing really wrong with the park otherwise, except that it is more a trailer park than an RV park. There is no cable. The Wi-Fi is not very good, either, and Verizon cell phone service is intermittent. We would not stay here again.
Great, great park, in the middle of everything. And the beach to die for! We stayed in a nice sandy drive-through site. Most of the sites come with a covered picnic area, which is convenient, but can result in some residents/guests "building" around this structure, using tarps and outdoor decor items. Some parts of the park look like a shanty town as a result. The management should think about limiting these "modifications." One morning we enjoyed a tasty breakfast (the biscuits are scrumptious!) from the campground's cafe, which is open on the weekends. Highly recommend their food. We were surprised that there was some entertainment during our stay as well. One evening, they had a singer, Sarah Getto, perform in the outdoor pavilion. She was terrific. The store and laundry seemed to be well maintained. The pools (outdoor and indoor) were clean. Staff people were friendly and efficient. Great place, great beach, great location, all at a great price. Would definitely stay here again -- and again. We are full-time rvers traveling from CT to FL and beyond, and this is our favorite park so far in our travels.
As my husband says, this was just a place to park. We would not have stayed here except our son lives nearby. Tiny sites (communal dining, anyone?) that resulted in our slideout nearly touching another RV's, and sewage smell everywhere. Would not stay here again! Not sure what we paid; $30 is an estimate -- but whatever, it was too much for this place!
If you are looking for a luxury campground, Pegasus Farm is not for you. We chose this spot which is basically a big field with hookups. We were hoping to get to hear the resident "band," but alas, it was too late in the season. We weathered that disappointment by enjoying the peacefulness of the farm, taking the opportunity to let our little dog run off-leash, and experiencing the wonderful funkiness of the facilities. Make sure to ask about the "zen" (translation: hippie) bus/motorhome conversions that are available for rent.. Owner and his wife make you feel very at home, as if you are part of their farm family, and they have great tales to tell about their very interesting lives. We happened to stay there the weekend of the annual "Forest Festival" in Elkins. If you can arrange to be there next year for the festival, we highly recommend it. The parade alone was fabulous! Would definitely stay here again. A very relaxing and unique experience.
Excellent park with great facilities including a nice cafe, a free orientation for those wanting to visit the nation's capital, and a dog walking service. There is also a shuttle that takes you to DC, making it super convenient. We felt confident leaving our rig unlocked for the dog walker, who was terrific and very patient with dog parents (like me) who call her numerous times throughout the day to check up on their baby. Wi-fi seemed good, but we were only here two days. Would definitely stay here again.
Would have rated this higher, except for the fact that the sites were quite small. There were lots of bikers staying here, but everyone seemed respectful of the other guests. Dogs are welcomed, and the best feature for us was the availability of a dog walking service. In that we had tickets to a West Point football game, we were relieved to know our little dog would be well taken care of. This service would make us want to stay here again!
We thought this park was top notch, with beautiful wooded sites and very good facilities. Quiet, peaceful, yet close to town. The pools and clubhouse were in good shape, but unfortunately, it was too cold to use the one pool that was still open. On the negative side, they charge far too much to rent their rowboats or paddleboats ($25 for 3 hours). Overall, this was a great choice.