We were here at peak of temps in excess of 100 degrees,so of course everything in the area is very,very,dry. That said, the staff /owner was just great; store had what we needed and was immaculate; pool is nice and everything was what we expected. Sites were long, level and easy to access. We would stay again,for sure.
Easy in & out. Staff was very nice and attentive. Has everything you'd need for a short stay. Close to highway but noise not a problem. Older typical KOA, but safe and easy. Sites long & reasonably level. What I expected. I would return.
Would return if in area again.Easy off & on I-40. Park is a work in progress.Pretty wooded surroundings.Internal updates like concrete pads,are ongoing.A few "rough" old RV's are present and one had a barking dog tied outside.Surprised management allows that.Owners/staff very nice and accommodating.
On of our favorite places to stay, period. This was our third visit, we stayed four days. Setting is beautiful. Although in sight of I-10,very little noise. Staff are great,as before. Not the high season here,so we had few fellow campers. Even if full, the layout is such that one would not feel crowded. Just a lovely spot to rest in and enjoy. Kerrville is a real pleasure to visit. The huge general store is not to be missed. We can't wait to come back.
Easy on & Off. Services nearby. Good for an overnight.Friendly staff. Escort to site.Was not able to use rooftop dish because of trees. Otherwise works for overnight.Would look for another spot next time.
We stay her each year on our trip cross country. Small, well cared for, great staff. Fuel, convenience store, restaurant & even small Casino at just-off highway location. Highway noise not noticeable. We will return.
This was a great overnight stop east of Mobile. Easy to find, Good gravel roads and grass sites. Staff is very friendly. Quiet. Probably would work well as a base for vacationing or working in Mobile area. Will stay again.
This is a favorite place. Fourth year in a row. Pricey for off-season,but location & amenities are superior for immediate area.We stayed 15 days this time. During stay tropical storm Debby dropped record rains on the Tampa area,for days. Interior roads in park flooded, but cement pull thru sites are high enough,so that we did not get water into rig. Management offered refunds to anyone who wanted to leave.Some did,we stayed and all was back to normal in two days.
Will definitely stay here when we return. For those who wish to spend May-Oct in the area, they have an $1800 6 month rate. Great for this location.
Nice facility, easy in & out. Next to huge flea market which could be fun on weekends. Friendly staff, but airport noise is a killer for me. Low flying planes right over park. I think my site was right in the landing path!I understand there is not much to choose from in this immediate area, but next time I'd try someplace else.
A great one night stop over. Very basic but easy to get to from I-95 (3 miles E). Near state park but much easier to get in and out of. Lady who runs park is a kind, caring person who checked that all was ok, and came over to say goodbye in the AM. Don't see much of that anymore! The price is right and it is what it is, but if you don't need restroom or shower facilities and are passing through, this is a great value. We will stay here again.
Very basic park, great for overnight stop. We've stayed at other parks in Ft. Stockton, this one suits our needs best. They take reservations on the phone, but have a self-check-in, which is easy to use. Didn't use any of facilities, but very well maintained neat place. Since it was 106 degrees, we didn't venture out, except for fuel for the truck. Shopping and other needs close by in town. Will stay again.
Easy on and off. Would be really nice in cooler weather, but for us as a one night stop it was perfect. Nice pool restaurant, bar and laundry facilities. Camping World next door and RV dealers and repair too. Easy on and off I-10. Will stay again.
We stay here every year at start of coast to coast trip. Easy in and out. Friendly people, pet friendly, fuel and local stores close. Town is close by, too. No pool, but that is not a factor for us. Will stay again. Great overnight stop.
Easy off and on I-10. Friendly staff. Lots of monthly residents,all of whom we met were friendly. Paved interior roads,gravel sites. Place is a bit tired. Real issue was the trains. They run non-stop, and there must be a grade crossing nearby, as the trains sounded their horns all night long. I would not stay here again.
Easy in & out. Very well cared for park, with super friendly management couple. An RV park, with equestrian facilities and obviously catering to that clientele. Pull through with 50 amp was just what we needed. Quiet. Unique dog play area. A good safe place for overnight to or from Las Vegas. Wickenburg is worth a visit and is just up the highway. We will return on next trip.
All previous reviews are valid. The view alone is worth the stay. Exceptionally helpful office staff told us about stay two night get one free, summer deal, so we stayed three nights. Well maintained, cool at night, even in this heat. Will stay again. Pool was not open, or I'd have given a nine.
I'd try the park further west, over this one. Looked at it on our way out: seems much better. This park is very rundown except for the pool, restaurant and office area, which is only marginally better. A bunch of tent campers parked near the pool partied loudly until 3 am. No one made an effort to stop them, although this park has "quiet hours." Apparently not. I would not stay here again, even though the area doesn't offer a lot of choices.
We were in part of facility directly in back of Blue Moon Inn, close to the pool. This section obviously for short term stays, about 20 sites out of total. Very clean and well maintained. Great staff. Close to shopping. We stayed 10 days and will stay again.
Best value I've seen in a long time. Owner very accommodating. Helped over phone to avoid missing the left hand exit off I-10 W. Gravel sites, but well maintained. We stayed an extra night, because it was quiet, wooded and friendly.
Third stay here. Great overnight spot. Easy access to I-81 and Flying J right at exit. Pull-thrus are long enough, but interior roads are a bit narrow, so that if there is a car parked in a site you may have to back out (as we did) or ask someone to move. Well stocked store, nice people. Facilities well maintained.
Stopped here for third consecutive year on trip east. Always a great experience. Quiet, friendly, green rolling landscape. Narrow but good paved road into property, about 2 mi. in from I-40. Sites well spaced, long pull-through spaces.
Echo previous comments. Well worth the rough approach. Work camper staff is superior, and are working hard to continue to recover from floods. Site along the river and view of the barge traffic is worth the price alone. They have restored toilet/shower facilities, although we didn't use them. Hard to rate because of the natural disaster effect, but location and attitude of those folks working there rate at least an 8, even in current condition. It can only get better as season progresses.
Staff very friendly and professional. Facilities are immaculate. Quiet setting. Although close to US 15, noise was not a problem. Park has upper and lower levels. Upper suited best for big rigs, we were in the lower portion but visited the upper, just a well kept as the lower portion. Very convenient to shopping, fuel, and local attractions. We will stay here on next trip to area.
A gem of a place, just 45 minutes from my home in Las Vegas, a great place to see all of the Mt. Charleston sights. Very friendly staff, firewood for sale on site. Electric, and water spigots, no sewer. Lots of space between sites. Of the 12 sites, six can be reserved. Took us two months to get a reservation. First come sites are tricky, according to host. Hard to predict, he says. Elevation is such that you might expect snow early as November. Bring everything you need. Nearest store is about 20 miles down the mountain. Rate reflects Senior Interagency Pass discount.
Very rustic park, the price is right. If you are not acquainted with Route 66 old towns, this location might seem a bit seedy, but it is not. It represents a good safe spot to stay overnight, for a very reasonable price. It is quiet. Full hook-ups, cable TV, everything works well. No common toilets or showers. People in office are very nice. It is what it is, as is the town itself. I'll stay here again on next trip through.
This is an older KOA, packed in every which way, very tight even for our 24' trailer and truck, in a pull through. Extra $5.00 for cable TV an added insult to the already high fee. People in office were nice, the restrooms/showers were clean. No pool, but easy on-off I-40. Ok for overnight, but pricey.
We were here helping our daughter move to DC,and so stayed almost a month. It is a very busy place, located close to DC, and is very well-run, and guest friendly. They go to great lengths to show you how to use the Metro, and there is a bus station and express service to the College Park Metro station. I can't tell you how much this is worth alone. We had to use our truck to drive into DC several times, to help our daughter get settled. Otherwise we would never have driven. The traffic is awful, everywhere. The metro is easy, and they even have afternoon classes to show you how. Everyone went out of the way to help us find whatever we needed, including a great wine superstore, in Laurel. Yes, it is expensive, but you get what you pay for. We had a wooded site, and were quite happy, even in 100 degree heat and awful humidity. Lots of places to walk dogs. I will stay here again on future DC visits.
The location, amenities, and upkeep of this park rate a 10. The short walk to the ocean and the nice park near the estuary are great. It is easy to get to, and close to everything. The layout, tightness of the sites and tolerance for people with totally out of control small children, coupled with the small in comparison annoyance of the trains passing, force me to drop this to a 7. One of the tightest facilities I've ever camped in, especially in the sections where they put you back to back, and side to side. Now I see why they have a summer no-refund policy. I was here 9 days. I would have left after the first week-end if I had been able to get a refund. I met some very nice people here, but the obnoxious parents who let the kids run wild ruined the good parts of the stay, for me. The location is superior. The stay might have been better if I had been offered one of the angled spaces around the perimeter, where there is nothing in back of you, but a wall. There is also more space between those sites. While there is little management can do about the commotion, and the parents from hell seem to keep the park full, you do need to consider this when assessing your needs. I must have missed the review just prior, because I never would have stayed here if I'd read it. Perhaps it is better in winter. I don't think I'd stay here again.
We found nothing lacking in terms of security or upkeep in this park. Staff couldn't have been more friendly. Considering the time of year, this park was pretty full. Very pet friendly. The lake is a special treat in the desert. We talked to several other campers who were likewise pleased with everything. Pahrump is not Las Vegas, it is rural Nevada, and as such the level of food service, and all other offerings, reflects that. This is a good thing. We had a very relaxing three days here.
Last visit to this park was 11 years ago. We were here for several months, while the house was being built. Service and facilities were excellent then, and are still. Very well maintained, secure, friendly to kids and pets, but rules are enforced. A great two for one deal for locals made the stay a bargain. A really nice three day stay.