Visited late in the season, the middle of October. Office was not open, we just pulled in, found a site, and deposited the nightly rate in a box, outside the office. Pull throughs were long enough for a big rig, with tow. Just off I-90, just east of Sioux Falls; however, interstate noise was not a problem.
OK for an overnight stay. Sites are long enough for a big rig, but are very narrow. We had about five feet from our neighbor's slide-out to our patio slide-out. Very nice people working at check-in and on the grounds. Convenient to I-15, yet little road noise. Very close to RR tracks, but fortunately, not many trains come by. Outstanding views of the surrounding mountains. WiFi was not usable from our site. Good electric power and good water pressure.
Outdoor Resorts - Las Vegas has a lot going for it: nice level sites; good water pressure; good voltage; well manicured grounds, and near the Las Vegas Strip. However, with all the construction at I-15 and Blue Mountain Road, it can take over 45 minutes to travel the 8 miles to Flamingo Road and Las Vegas Blvd (the heart of the Strip). Also, there is major construction on Blue Mountain Road to well west of Arville St. (where Outdoor Resort is located); and including Arville St. All interior Resort roads are paved, but rather narrow. Concrete sites are reasonably wide, but close to neighbors on both sides, and also behind. The Resort was almost empty, but the check-in folks (friendly and accommodating) put us right between two other motor homes. With all the empty sites, a little breathing room would have been nice. While not as much jet noise as Oasis, a couple of miles east, airplanes from the Las Vegas airport certainly do get fairly close. And, trains noise is also an issue. We stayed in the middle of May, with temperatures in the high 90’s, but the rental rates were over $50.00, PLUS a $4.00/day electric surcharge. Outdoor Resorts is the nicest place to park a motor home in Las Vegas, but we expect more for the price we paid. They also charge for WiFi. We’ll be back, but not until the construction in the area is complete.
Great RV facility, with a super friendly and efficient family running the park; and a wonderful staff. Long, level, gravel sites with views of the surrounding mountains. Many sites already have 50 amp, and all sites will soon have 50 amp. Easy access (about a mile) from I-40; you can see the interstate from the c/g, however, no road noise. If you use AZ exit 165 from I-40, you'll cross the Grand Canyon Railway tracks on Rodeo Rd, just before turning into the park. Super free WiFi, and if you really need a swimming pool, there is an aquatic center in town. Downtown Williams, and the Train Depot, is just a mile away. Williams and Railside RV Ranch are a great place to stay while exploring northern Arizona.
Convenient to I-40; very little interstate noise, but, as in most places along I-40, there is some train noise. Long, level sites, and there are some double wide sites for multiple slide RV's. The regular sites are fairly narrow. Very nice people running the park, and will deliver dinner/supper to your rig in the evening hours. WIFI is available, but a daily charge is incurred. Definitely would return for an overnight stop.
Convenient to I-10, but very little road or train noise. Helpful, friendly staff at check-in. Long, level, wide pull-throughs, and wide interior roads; can stay hooked-up for an easy morning exit. Good voltage, and water pressure; and FREE, fast WIFI. Good stopping point between middle Texas and points West. A little more expensive than other campgrounds in town, however, to us, a much better choice and value.
Very convenient to downtown San Antonio. Less than 4 miles driving, or an 80 cent bus ride; the bus stops about every 30 minutes, right at the campground. Sites are long, level, and adequately wide; tree branches could possibly get in the way of awnings. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Watch your speed, however, we were chastised for going 8 mph, in their 10 mph speed zone. Electric power was fine; water pressure was very high. Staff highly recommends using pressure reducers. Many permanents, some in rather run down rv's; all seemed friendly. Campground could use some sprucing up, but the location is super. Definitely would return.
Really nice campground, just off I-10, with, surprisingly little interstate noise. Long paved pull-throughs, with good voltage and water pressure; and small paved patios. Clean, refreshing pool. Friendly, helpful check-in personnel. Many nice restaurants close by. Minor negatives: Sites are a bit narrow if two RV's with slide-outs are parked adjacent, and have awnings out. Site had not been policed, and we found many cigarette butts in the grass. Will definitely return.
Nice campground with many permanents campers, however with decent RV's. Cannot used credit cards with Passport rate, but less than $16/night for 50 amp is not bad. Great for an overnight stop, and we were able to stay hooked-up for an easy departure the next morning. Some of the pull-throughs have trees in the way of slide-outs. Less than 5 miles from I-10, on the southwest side of Mobile, AL. Neat, small pond with ducks and geese. Would definitely return.
Excellent campground, just off I-75, south of Perry, GA. Management and staff are all very helpful and friendly. Check-in is quick and efficient, and you are then led to your site. Pool and hot tub are an added bonus. No cable TV, but many satellite friendly sites. Passport America park. Good shopping a few miles north in Perry, or more choices further north in Macon. A super place to stay a night, a week, or a month.