Stayed in a pull-through site 263 which was a grass site. This park is nice as you can actually have a fire outside if you like, many RV Parks don't allow this. It is very pet and child friendly. There is NO cell service in the valley of the campground you have to drive to hwy 8 to get service, so be prepared for that. There is a good sized general store and canoe/raft rental. If your not familiar with this place it tends to be a HUGE party campground in the summer, but off season it is very nice and quiet. Didn't use the facilities other than the restroom under store.
We originally paid for 2 days but changed to 4 after realizing how much there is to do in Moab. The campground is in a fantastic location - near to Arches, and the town. Has a security gate and key so you don't feel like someone will come in the night and steal your bikes/ATV's. There is a pool, huge chess/checkers board. The only downside is this place is super crowded and the dog walk needs to be much bigger for how many dogs are visiting here. There are all kinds of kids running around having a great vacation - don't expect a quiet laid back resort. It's a family vacation type of place. Wi-Fi worked great
It's hard to review parks in NV as there are areas where you take what you can get with a large travel trailer. This park was nice as it was less than 1/2 mile to Great Basin Visitor center and less than 5 miles to the Cave Tour - a must see if you visit the park. There are some really cool looking campgrounds up in the park which made me wish our camper was smaller. However, it's not, and this national park does not offer full hook ups. There is another RV park a little way down the road called Border RV Park. It is in the middle of a huge basin with no trees. The park we stayed at had lots of shade - just an FYI if your trying to decide what to do. W.E. Campground is only a couple miles off of Hwy 50 and self serve gas is 1/2 mile from the campground in Baker
This park is all right because there's not much better for miles around. The spots were narrow and the most uneven on our entire trip. The sites only have 110V outlets. Fortunately we had an adapter and just didn't run the air. There is another tiny RV park across the street with full hookups for only $2 more but no RR. We probably would have stayed there if we had seen that before we spent 20 min backing into our site. Nobody was on duty, you pay in the box. The money is donated to the City Commerce. Nice city park across the street and the town is NV quaint. No Wi-Fi anywhere or cell service in the town
Nice big RV park with lots of room and well maintained. Only a couple of miles from a popular Redwood Forest trail and the ocean. We checked out a couple of other RV parks nearby and they didn't look very nice or family friendly: meaning there were some shady people wandering around the area, or were tired looking RV's packed in tight. I saw alot of homeless (?) people wandering around Crescent City. This was not the case at all here. Free Wi-Fi and laundry was open 24/7. I would recommend this to others. The only thing is if it's crowded you might get stuck in their parallel sites, but they have alot of sites so it probably won't be a problem.
I loved staying at this park! Lots of grass, pine trees, and little ponds in the park. There are full and partial hookups. We had a full view of Mt. Shasta from our trailer! The park attendants were very helpful when we asked for area hikes they gave us copies of local trails. It's close to lots of natural area attractions, and many people are hanging outside their RV's in lawn chairs and enjoying walks around the park. It's definitely a place you could spend a week and totally relax. Would give it a 10 but wi-fi costs extra here. I would still return because the campground is so lovely.
This park is fine if you need a place to stay but is definitely not a destination RV Park. We have stayed at two other parks in the area and they were much nicer and less than this park. We chose it because we thought it would be $25 but it was 9 bucks more. It does have Wi-Fi. There is only one restroom, and it is co-ed. That means if you're a woman using the restroom, a man could walk in and also go at the same time. That is just creepy.
We only gave this campground a 4 because it was in the mountains and had a nice playground. Otherwise it would probably get a 1. The bathrooms were absolutely filthy. There was 1 shower stall and 1 toilet to share co-ed. That's gross. Mold and dirt/grime was all over the shower. You can tell nobody ever cleans it. The bathroom was out of toilet paper and was dirty and we were the only ones staying in the campground. The other side of the park is for permanent trailer home residents which feels strange. The sign advertises clean bathrooms yet I would definitely ask to see them before you check in if you plan to use them, because this place is nasty. Also it says Wi-fi, but that is only right by the office. If you do stay here, there is a pastry shop about a mile up the road that sells some incredible breakfast pastries: the best I've ever had in my life! Made me glad we came up this way. It's about 80 miles from Yosemite.
The lady in the office was friendly and loaned us a cable so the staff is nice. However, we have visited about 20 RV parks in the past two months and never has a park charged us for our 5-year old son. This park charged 2 extra bucks a night! However, they didn't charge us for our dog. I assumed it was because of the continental breakfast that they advertised on the Wi-Fi service when you're surfing the net (strange too). However, the breakfast is really 1/2 cinnamon roles and toast which a sign says take only 1 item (!?) We visited this park based on the tons of great reviews, but the grounds need some upkeep, and the extra fee for our kid and the cheap "free" breakfast was just annoying. I'm not saying many wouldn't enjoy staying here, but just be aware if you have kids, you have to pay.
We just arrived here today after leaving another RV park in town that was a dump. This place seems nice inside the park, but I'm not too sure about nearby riff-raff. (We saw a homeless guy with his cart/home parked in the street as we drove up to this RV park.) There is a sign when you check in, to lock up your bikes or put them inside your trailer if possible at night. Then, only a few hours after our arrival, a car parked right next to the RV park, was broken into and had its window shattered while the owner was biking on the trail nearby. This happened in broad daylight! So, I'm at a loss where to stay in Sacramento. Is there anywhere here that isn't a dump or swarming with thieves? The other reviews of nearby parks all seem bad, too. BTW, there is free Wi-Fi but it is very weak. I'm using my own 3G card for internet.
This place was not at all what it advertises itself to be online. The website looks fantastic, so we called ahead and were told to take a spot and then pay. We got there to see there were no pull throughs, even though we said we had a 30ft trailer. The spot was a back-in with no way to do that with a trailer our size. When we tried to go to the trailer marked Office, a large unleashed dog was sitting on the porch, growling and nobody was home, so we left. There are mostly older trailers and motorhomes with people living in them in an older part of town. I wouldn't recommend this to those with large RVs or those with kids/dogs. Only benefit is there is a Wal-Mart nearby.
We stayed here for 4 nights and this is a very nice RV Park. It's in a good part of town that feels very safe and secure. Some prior posts have complained about the paved lots: that's a bonus for me since we have stayed at dusty gravel parks on our trip. There is a bit of grass and a few trees. The restrooms and laundry are in great shape. One note about the bathrooms, there is a huge handicapped shower and this park would be ideal for someone in a wheelchair. The pool is small but not opened right now. I wish they had a petwalk in the front of the park, it's in the far back. Overall I would totally recommend this place. There is an awesome city park nearby which has the biggest dog park I have ever seen. If you have a social dog don't miss Rancho San Rafael city park just down VA street.
This RV park advertises Wi-Fi. However it is only available if you sit on the "Wi-Fi" bench outside the main office. It's the most expensive place we've stayed at since we started RV'ing 6 weeks ago. The sites are big and have trees/tables. There is a nice looking casino you can walk to, and a great dog/kids park next to it. It also has a huge Wal-Mart and everything else you need down the road. RV parts store 1/2 mile away and is right next to Hwy 50 which takes you over to Lake Tahoe in 20 minutes. We gave it a 5 b/c of price and lack of Wi-Fi. Also traffic is noisy nearby.
This park is too expensive. The rate is 43 + 10% tax fee up until June 18. Then it jumps up to 65 bucks plus tax. It claims it has sites with views of Lake Tahoe, however the camp ground is across a major road and the view is obstructed by pine trees and is about 1/4 mile away from the lake. The place is nice, but wayyyy overpriced.