Nice wooded campground with a short walk down to river area. Each restroom included a laundry area so you don't have to travel to a centrally located laundry. We didn't have time to visit Cloverdale, but I understand it is a nice town. This is in wine country.
We spent Labor Day here. The park was full and there was a lot of activity. A very friendly crowd with many activities for all ages. The Olympic-sized pool was wonderful. The park was well maintained, but seemed to be a bit short on staff.
This was dry camping, but it was nice. It was off-season so there seemed to be no staff, but other campers were friendly and courteous. The campground is close to most of the popular attractions as well as the golf course, hotels, and a general store.
The staff here was very unfamiliar with the campground. He admitted he had never even crossed the street to see the sites. The fee was much higher than our AAA book claimed, and the sites needed to be cleaned up; we found broken glass near our tires. The restrooms/showers were disgusting. We were glad to leave after one night.
Road Runner is a nice park with an excellent rate. The first three days are discounted to $16; the rate increases to $20 after the third day. There is no WiFi at the individual sites, but we could use it in the clubhouse. For the most part, this is a large parking lot, but it is comfortable and well kept.
This park is perhaps the best kept of the Thousand Trails parks we have visited. The landscaping is immaculate and the staff are friendly and very helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The only downside is that this is generally a parking lot style park; however, they have done a wonderful job with what they have.
Wow! What a gorgeous park. We camped in a dry camping spot nestled among the red rock. Price was $10 entrance fee plus $10 dry camping. Another $10 would give us hookups. The surroundings are the most beautiful we have seen yet. (We are full-timers.) People were very friendly and we were ready to move in for good.
This was a wonderful park, and we stayed for nearly three weeks. It was just 5 miles out of Yosemite National Park. The park has hundreds of RV sites as well as yurts and cabins. Other amenities include a general store, a lodge with cable TV and WiFi, mini golf, horseshoes, shuffleboard, basketball court, nice playground, river with swim hole, and trails for hiking. The only drawbacks were the lack of cell phone reception and the staff which was sometimes less than helpful.
Very nice campground with friendly young staff. All new electrical hookups. Showers also appear to be new. Each shower stall is private with toilet and sink, too. Firewood provided for a donation. No water hookup at site, but available at shared area near restrooms. Shared dump station. Sites with no hookups are $15 and military gets $5 discount. Rental trailers available for $45 to $55. Walking distance to glacier. Only downside was a shooting range nearby that created some unwanted noise.
We stayed here because the park has hot showers. However, from the beginning, this park scared us. Many of the people camping here appeared to be homeless and our site was filled with broken auto glass. We were afraid to leave the trailer here for fear it would be broken into. Staff was friendly. We left after one night to find a safer place.
This is a must-stop on the Alcan (Alaska) Highway! The hot springs are wonderful and a great place to meet people. Price is right for a place without hookups. Bring mosquito repellent. Get here early; it fills up.
This was not a place we would stay very long. It was an expensive parking lot with hookups. That said, the Wi-Fi connection was the best I've seen anywhere and the private showers were nice. The staff also seem very green-friendly: they recycle everything.
It seems the park has raised fees a lot since last year. We paid $28 to stay here, plus $4.00 for showers. The camp provides few services: laundry, Wi-Fi at the store (not at sites), showers for a fee. The camp was nice, but too expensive.
This was almost boondocking. The park allows people to stay overnight in the parking lot for a small fee. A camp host watches over the area and Wi-Fi is provided. There are no restrooms, dump, or hookups, but you can fill water. The park is very nice.
Great site to boondock with others. Right on the beach and between the spit and town, walking distance from everything. The only services here are porta-johns, but who cares. The price was right, the ocean was gorgeous, the views were unbelievable, and the other campers were nice.
The off season price was a wonderful surprise, and the camp was very nice. We were alone in the camp much of the time. There were no hookups, and the restrooms were closed. Water and dump station were also closed for the season. Still, who can complain at $5 a night?
This was a nice grassy campground just off I-94. It is run by the city. We called ahead to confirm that the campground had full hookups and were told it did. Upon arrival we found the camp empty, the water off, and the restrooms closed.
This was a very nice campground next to a hot springs. We were here for several days because of a snowstorm. My only complaint is that rates are very high for the off season. For the most part it was a nice place to be stranded for a few days.
We stayed here at the beginning of the season just after a heavy snow storm. The ground was wet and very muddy. The staff was polite and helpful, however the place was very tight. Getting out when the park is full is nearly impossible.
While this RV park was in a good location, just east of St. Louis and down the street from Mounds State Park, it was not well maintained. Trash was scattered around the park, including used diapers. The park was very small and had no pull-throughs.
This RV camp is very clean and well kept. We came in April when many other places in the state are still closed. Rates are low and the staff is friendly. This camp is next to a Casino, Ice Arena, and play area: excellent for the whole family.
We were amazed by the beauty of this park and campground. Very clean campground set beside a lake. We were here during spring break, so we were in the overflow camping, but loved it anyway. We stayed two days more than planned, didn't want to leave.