I wanted a nice place to overnight off of I-30. Once off the highway, there is about a 12 mile drive on a pretty narrow road, but there was room and it wasn't that bad for about 8 miles, then it is repaved and nice for the last four miles to the park. We got here after five, so we were on our own as far as getting to our site. We had made a reservation and I called to confirm the site and confirm that it was a pull through and might get satellite. Our reserved site was a back in, and did not have a reserved sign on it so we picked another site. Loop C is updated and the sites are pretty nice. We have a view of the lake and satellite is working. This is a pretty nice park. If you don't mind the 15-20 minute jaunt off interstate 30, I would go for it. Quiet, nice and relaxing and I would do it again even for one night. Sewer hook up Is pretty far back. You might need a hose extension if you are in a MH. We camped in a 40ft with a toad and had no problem navigating the roads. Unhook the toad at the front of the park.
Rate reflects a premier site that looks out over the bay and the cause way. We decided to pay a little extra so that we could have a view of the water from our front window. We also have a view of the cars driving on the road to pier 19. It is off season here, so there aren't many cars. I could see how if it was a busy time of year, it could be annoying. Your front window at these sites stays in the shade all day, so sun blasting in and heating up the coach is not an issue. The "regal row" sites look very nice and look out over the bay also with patio with tables and chairs. Those sites are pull in and there is nothing to disrupt your view of the water. They might be a better choice if it is a busy time of year, but you will get the afternoon sun hitting the front window. The park is paved with white rock pads. Fairly level sites and decent cable channels, power and water pressure. The pool is nice and the hot tub is big and hot. The exercise room has two bikes, four treadmills and some weights and machines. It is adequate. Location of the park is good. Short 5 minute walk to the beach. The pet run is grass and kept clean and cut. I would give this park a higher rating, but the price is just way to high for what you get. There are about 20 campers here now on a nice weekend. I bet if they lowered the rate to 40-50, they would fill this place up. Forty to fifty is more inline to what they should be getting. I can understand getting a premium for spring break and other holidays, but this is September 21st. All in all, a nice place to stay, but you pay a high price for it. I guess life is a beach.
We pretty much stay here every time we come to Houston. This is a nice park. The road and sites are paved. The sites are pretty wide. It is located in the back of a quiet neighborhood, so there is little noise. The area is safe and we walk our dog all over the neighborhood. I managed to find a good road bike route over to The Woodlands, so I can get a 2+ hour ride in. There is a nice Kroger down the street and lots of places to eat. Also, the Fish Market on Rayford has some great fresh seafood. The pool and Hot Tub are nice.
As far a I am concerned, this is the only place to stay in Santa Fe unless you want to boon dock in the mountains. This park is clean. We love the huge shade trees and the paved roads. Most sites are paved with gravel patio areas. The proximity to the area can't be beat. Sure, Cerrillos is a very busy road, but the access to the area is the trade off. Inside the park is like an oasis to the busy area. We love it here and the owners are great and very helpful. Can't wait to get back.
Why a 7? There is a mix of good and not so good here. Paved roads and mostly paved sites are the good. We had a pull through with plenty of room for out 40 foot and toad; although, we did have to unhook to get in. Water pressure is pretty poor and the Wi-Fi is worse. Barely enough to get email. Pool looks small but decent enough. Lots of full timers here, but that isn't a concern for us. Staff is very friendly. It is a big enough park that we were able to do a few loops with the dog for his exercise. There is a Super Walmart and an HEB just down the road. The poor Wi-Fi and water pressure loses them points. But if you don't need Wi-Fi, this place is fine.
This is our second time at this KOA. We decided to stay a month this time (reflected in the rate). This is a lovely park. Trees and lots of beautiful, green, lush grass that makes you want to go barefoot. The sites are a mix of gravel and grass. If the park was paved and had a few more amenities, it would be a 10. I am impressed that they have a water truck that sprinkles water on the gravel road to reduce dust, of which there is very little. Staff is great. Good road and mountain biking nearby. We will be back.
Wow. This is a beautiful park just minutes South of Winston-Salem. Great mountain bike trails, walking paths, golf course, and over all beauty in the woods. About half the sites are pretty level, the rest are sloped pretty good. They seem to know this and tend to put the trailers in the more sloped sites. I would call ahead and ask for a level site. Pads are wide and spaced well apart. Roads are paved and smooth. It is hard to get a 10 out of me, but this one comes close. We will be back.
Awesome little county type park just 3 miles off I-20. Beautiful grounds with a big lake and 10 miles of great mountain bike trails. The sites are fairly level and there are lots of pine and oak trees. No cable here, but we managed to get a satellite signal on both of our visits. I was surprised. This park is very peaceful, and at $25.00 for full hook ups, is a great deal. Can't wait to come back in September for the Fall mountain bike race.
All I can say is Wow. This place and the owners grow on you fast. So be aware. Come for a night and you will likely stay a week or longer. It is rare to find a place that gets so many 10s, especially when you consider that there are no fancy amenities like a pool, cable, paved sites, hot tub, or other facilities. If you need those things, go else where. If you want tranquility, hospitality, new friendships, and a place you would call home if you could, go there. They have a few walking trails on their 23 acres, great road biking right out the driveway, great mountain biking about 30 minutes away at Jack Rabbit, and miles and miles of beautiful drives in the area. The owners can give you plenty of things to do in the area. Can't wait to go back in 6 months and stay for two weeks.
A very decent place to stay. We were traveling to Atlanta and needed a place to park for the night. The owner stayed late for us because we were running behind schedule. He gave us a site that was easy to get into and we didn't have to unhook. Wi-Fi worked well. If you need a place for a night or two, this one will do. A few restaurants two minutes away and easy off and on to I-20.
We stayed here while on a business trip to the DFW area. What a great find. The parks was nearly empty during the week. All sites are paved and the roads are good. There is plenty of space between most of the sites and the thick trees and shrubs give you privacy. Even in August in Texas, when the temps were in the 100s, we had a good time. We had a site that gave us shade in the morning and afternoon and still had satellite. We are coming back here every time I need to work the area.
This park is the only RV park in Crested Butte. It is 2 miles South of town just off the highway. The Park has only been open for a week and they are still getting things prepared for business. The grounds and sites are gravel, but the dust in the park is very low. There is a large grass area but no shade for a few years until the trees grow larger. Fantastic views of the river or mountains. There is no sewer hook up, but Crested Butte has a 24/7 dump station. The owner is a landscaper, so I would expect this park to be top notch soon in that respect. He is busy planting trees and plants as I type this. There is a bike path just across the highway that leads to town. Amenities are scarce at this point, but again, they are just 1 week old. There are showers available a few hundred yards away at another business. I am giving this park an 8 based on no sewer and no showers or other amenities. I think that they will grow up into a 10 as the owners develop the grounds. I will stay here again as the location and the views can't be beat. Our rig was 40 ft long and with a tow we had plenty of room.
A really nice campground about 10 miles from Salt Lake City. Large sites with nice green grass and plenty of space from your neighbor. The good is that there is a paved bike path right next to the grounds that goes south to Salt Lake City and north about 10 miles. We road to downtown and toured around Salt Lake City and back in 2 hours. Really nice having this trail right outside our door. The bad is that there is a Chevron chemical plant or fuel processing plant basically across the street. When the wind blow from the East, this place stinks. We only really smelled it a few times and it would not be a deal killer for future stays here.
I stayed here while on a business trip in Salt Lake City for a week. Only about 20 minutes from Salt Lake City. Nice campground, but a lot of sites are not level. My front tires were about 6-7 inches off the ground and I still sloped. I had to get extra wood from Home Depot and also get hydraulic jacks for each front wheel so the air bags didn't just hang freely. Other than the site not being anywhere near flat, it was a nice place to stay. Good road riding and mountain biking near by. If you go, call and ask for a level site. There are some.