Peaceful, quiet park. Two rows of grassy sites, good size, fairly level. Wi-Fi was slow, but worked. Verizon cell phone worked fine. There were flies, but not too bothersome. Easy access to Lava Beds NM; the visitor center is about 15 miles away. Tule Lake NWR is also nearby for excellent bird watching. Nearest diesel gas is in Merrill, OR, about 35 miles away, a Shell station, entry in the back. Owners live on site and are extremely friendly. I did not see or use showers or laundry. Pet friendly. There is an additional charge for electricity used, ours was $2.46 for 2 nights. Enjoyed our stay.
Very peaceful, isolated park, 2.5 miles from Hwy 395. Park is well maintained and owners are friendly. Variety of spacious sites - pull-thru, back-in, FHU and some W/E only. Everything worked fine with clean restrooms and laundry. The WiFi did not work at our site, but worked excellent at the clubhouse, where we could sit on the deck and enjoy a view of the driving range. We are not golfers, but the course looked nice. There is a small restaurant open for breakfast and lunch. We came for star gazing, and enjoyed the dark sky, and nice walking trails. The Modoc National Wildlife Refuge is about 15 miles away and excellent for bird watching. The nightly rate is for FHU with the Good Sam discount.
A convenient overnight park, right off the freeway. There is some noise, but it was not bothersome. The interior roads and sites are gravel. All pull thru sites, long enough to not unhook our 30ft travel trailer and fairly level. Modern and clean restrooms and laundry. Eighteen Cable TV channels and their Wi-Fi worked good. Good Verizon cell signal. Friendly and helpful owners. We have been here before and will be back if passing through the area.
We just used this as an overnight stop; it's 2 miles off I-86. Sites are fairly spacious with lawn in between, gravel interior roads and sites. Fairly level, and we did not have to unhook. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Their WiFi worked fine, and we had a good Verizon cell signal. The restrooms and showers looked OK, but I didn't use them. The reservoir/river is visible from most sites and is an easy walk. It is $30 for full hookups. There is a dump station. We paid $25 for a water/electric pull through site. This park could use a little TLC, but I would stay here again.
Ended up at this park by another campground being full, 3rd Monday of September, at 11:30 am. Nice park on a hill overlooking the town of Gardiner, a short walk down the hill into town for shops and restaurants. Steep entryway. Several options for sites, we got a pull-thru and did not have to unhook. Fairly close to neighbors and little privacy. Cell phone strong and their Wi-Fi worked good. Twenty four Cable TV channels worked good. Restrooms/showers clean and very nice. Laundry room has several washers and dryers. Two dollars to wash, $1.25 dryer for 30 minutes, expensive but worked fine, chair for waiting. Small gated grass dog area. Check out time 10:30 am. Staff was friendly and helpful, we were escorted to our site. The $42.69 I paid includes tax.
Nice campground on a large grassy area. Sites fairly large and easy to get into, pull-thru's and back ins. Some trees, but little shade or privacy. Water hookup only, electrical as of now is OTS, but price is reduced accordingly. There is a dump station. Each site has a picnic table, fire pit, and raised grill. Shower was OK, and flush toilets. Cabins are also available. Cell signal fine. They offer pay WiFi, $3.00 per day, cheaper for longer periods. It worked good except a short period where it would not connect. Beautiful lake, good bird watching, and a disc golf course. We were there mid to late September, very few people, quiet. Flies were horrible. If you are 62 or older rate is reduced Mon. - Thurs at $14.54.
Nice campground among aspen trees and a creek; Well-spaced sites with privacy. Dry camping only, with vault toilets. No dump station. Each campsite has a picnic table, fire ring, and barbeque stand. A variety of sites among 3 loops. Some back-in, some pull through; several will accommodate bigger rigs. We had no trouble in our 30-ft travel trailer. Interior roads and sites are paved. Generators are OK 6am-10pm. Nice 4-mile round-trip hike up Thomas Canyon trail starts in the campground near site #31. Two campground hosts are helpful. No cell signal. Closed during the winter. Normal rate for single site is $17, half price for Golden Age and Senior Access Pass.
Nice wooded campground. Lots of tall trees. We had no trouble with paved interior roads in a 30ft travel trailer, using care. Sites not too unlevel. No sewer, no electricity, water spigots randomly in the area. No Verizon cell signal. Flush toilet restrooms with pay showers. Each site has picnic table and fire ring. Generators OK after 10am. Nice general store. Nice waterfalls, and lake with fishing, boat rentals and swimming. Our friends were in a cabin, hard mattresses, built in bunk beds, no furniture, no electricity or water.
Nice campground, well maintained. Sites are not level. Clean bathrooms, flush toilets, one pay shower. Lots of shade beneath tall pines. Nice hiking trail. Peaceful. Several pull-thru sites for longer trailers. No utilities, fresh water spigots spaced around. Dump station is $5 extra. Fire pit and picnic table at each site. Paved interior roads a little narrow with trees, we had no trouble with our 30' travel trailer, but we were careful.
This is a nice park, we have been here a month. Plenty of room to maneuver, interior roads are asphalt, nice concrete pads, fairly level, grass between sites, with some shade trees. Most sites are pull through, with back-ins around the perimeter. The restrooms, showers, laundry, swimming pool, and spa are all nice. There is a small fitness room with a pool table, and a meeting room and library. The office staff is pleasant, and there is a small store. Their Cable TV has 47 channels and worked fine. We did not use the Wi-Fi because it is not available for monthlies, but our Verizon hotspot on our cell phone worked fine. There are many permanent residents, but it is not trashy. Grocery stores are about a 6-mile drive. Beautiful area with several nearby wineries and small farms. The rate is based on a monthly stay.
Very nice park, I have stayed here a few times before, and look forward to returning. Before they were overpriced, but have lowered their rates, and are now reasonable. Well maintained and clean, paved interior roads and sites. Exceptionally nice bathrooms and private showers, excellent Wi-Fi and cable TV, nice, large laundry room. Sites are level, each with a picnic table and shade tree, with astroturf in between. Pool table, ping pong table, and library. Office staff friendly and helpful. Location is within walking distance to many restaurants and stores, and a small lake with a walking trail. The rate is based on a 28-day stay for $500.
Convenient location for visiting Great Basin National Park. Almost across the highway from the Visitor Center and 6 miles from the Lehman Caves Visitor Center. It is a peaceful place under shade trees. The owner lives on property. It's an older park, gravel sites with hookups in confusing location but we figured it out. We had enough room for our 30 ft travel trailer but I don't know if there were only a few campers it would work. If more it might be tight. Sites are not level. Their Wi-Fi i worked excellent but no cell phone service. Bathroom/showers in older building are functional, but not real clean. Laundry room was not clean. It had 4 each washers and dryers - 2 each that worked. When we arrived there was no one around, but they have self registration, and the owner arrived shortly. He was very friendly. The "For Sale" sign is still posted out front. Our stay was the 2nd week of May and bugs were not a problem while sitting outside. This place needs some TLC, but worked out all right. The rate includes tax.
Easy location right off Hwy 50 on the west end of town. There is some road noise, but not bad. Sites are a good size, easy to get into, gravel, fairly level, and we didn’t have to unhook. Some shade trees. Their Wi-Fi worked well. Small laundry room with 2 each washers and dryers. Restrooms were clean, but showers lacked privacy, the shower curtain opened into the main room, and water was warm, not hot. The price was reasonable, and was with a Good Sam discount. I would stay here again if passing through.
Easy access location, 1/4 mile off I-70. Right next to a few gas stations, fast food, and Mexican Restaurant. Sites are gravel, close together, fairly level, and long enough not to have to unhook. Interior roads are paved and wide. The laundry and restrooms were well maintained. The office woman was a little grumpy. Their WiFi, Tengo Internet, worked fine. We had a water/electric site, where there was no Cable TV. Cable TV only available in full hookup sites.
The good thing about this park is it's location, along a riverwalk, about 3 blocks from Historic Downtown Golden, beautiful setting. A lot of RV's parked in a small area, sites close together with little room to park tow vehicle. Gravel sites, mostly level, with paved interior roads. A dump station at the entrance, a short one-way road. The office staff was friendly and helpful. The restrooms/showers, and laundry were well maintained. Their Wifi worked excellent. They do not take reservations. I called the morning I wanted to arrive and was put on a list. When I arrived there were no full hook up sites available, so I took a electric only site. The next day a full hook site became available and I moved. It was a hassle, I don't know why they don't take reservations. Rate includes tax and Good Sam discount.
The location of this park was very convenient to visit Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. Historic Manitou Springs is just a mile down the road. There is a nice park next door with kid’s playground, and walking trail behind park. Entrance to the RV park is over a short one lane bridge. The sites are very close together, not a lot of room to get into them, and fairly level. We managed all right with our 30ft travel trailer, but the park was only half full. I don’t think I would enjoy a summer weekend when they are full. Well maintained park; restrooms, showers, laundry all nice. Office person was very helpful with maps and things to do, and escorted us to our site. Wi-Fi worked excellent.
Sites are in a large gravel area, very spacious and mostly level, plenty long enough not to have to unhook. A few trees, but not much shade. Good hookups. Hosts were very friendly and escorted us to site. 24 Cable TV channels. They use Tengo Internet for Wi-Fi, and I was surprised, but it worked excellent. Nice restrooms, showers, laundry room. All well maintained. No complaints, easy access. Super Saver Grocery store across the street, and can walk to a few restaurants.
Easy overnight stop, right off Highway 64/87. Adequate sized, gravel sites, fairly level. Everything well maintained, restroom/showers/laundry a little old, but clean and nice. Wi-Fi worked excellent. Owner/family lives on premises and is friendly and helpful. Only 3 miles from Capulin Volcano National Monument.
Nice park. Easy access, very spacious, level, gravel sites, and a few tall shade trees. Good Cable TV with 55 channels. We stayed two nights, Wi-Fi worked from very good to not at all. They use Tengo Internet. The bathhouse and laundry building is a little old looking but clean and functional. Everything worked fine and is well maintained. Reasonable price which includes $1.00 extra for a Cable TV site. Trains went by occasionally, but the noise wasn't that bad. There is a very nice historical museum in downtown called the XIT Museum and it's free. I would return if in the area.
This park was a great overnight stop, easy access right off the highway. There is some road noise, but not bad. Sites are easy to get into, plenty of room. Interior road and sites are all gravel with small grass patch between sites, some trees but not big enough for shade. Sites fairly level, we did not have to unhook. Office person was friendly and escorted us to our site. Clean, nice restroom and showers. 3 each washers and dryers, nice and modern, reasonably priced. Cable TV worked fine, 19 channels. Wi-Fi worked good. No complaints. I would return to this park if in the area. They do not give a Good Sam discount, but they gave me 5% for asking.
We stayed in the Willow Point area. Sites are well spaced, each with a picnic table. All are back in, lots of room. Ours was long enough not to unhook our 30-ft travel trailer, it required a few leveling blocks on the side. Most sites are not real level, slightly sloped. There are some shade trees, and lots of grass. The restrooms and showers were nice and clean. The turnoff from Hwy 279 is 15 miles from Brownwood, then another 7 miles down a park road. No services nearby. No Verizon cell signal. No Wifi. The water/electric site cost $20 per night, and there is a $4 per person per day, additional fee.
There is easy access to this park right off the highway; some noise, but not too bothersome. Our site was an easy pull-through, long and level enough to not have to unhook, and some shade trees. Sites are very close, but we had no one on either side of us. Park is a little old, but kept up nice. Laundry room has one washer and one dryer, both worked good, and cost $1.00 each. Restroom and showers were clean. Wi-fi worked excellent. Office lady was very friendly and told us about lots to do in the area and escorted us to our site. Right next door is a Super S Grocery Store, Ace Hardware, Subway, and Dollar General. Across the street is a Mexican Restaurant. Rate is with a Good Sam discount. I would return if in the area.
Very nice long, wide, level, sites. Wide packed gravel interior roads, concrete pads. A hedge between sites, very roomy, with picnic table. Four individual bathroom/shower rooms, adequately clean, not spotless. Nice laundry room and pool. Wi-Fi worked good, we were close to the office. Located a few miles off I-35, easy access, quiet. No credit cards accepted. Office staff extremely helpful and friendly. Nice place, I would return if in the area.
This park worked for us as a convenient location to spend time with family. Interior roads and sites are packed gravel/dirt with patchy grass and pine trees in between, it had rained a lot so there was some mud. Our site was fairly level, with enough room to get around OK. What struck me most about this park is that it just needed a little TLC. Our picnic table was wobbly. Restroom and showers were Ok but not spotless. Laundry room had 6 each washers and dryers, 2 dryers did not work. The swimming pool and small kid play area looked OK. Lots of full time residents. Some yapping dogs, some freeway noise, but not too bad. Wi-fi worked good. I would return again to be near family. It is located along a frontage road parallel to Hwy 75, with poor signage. The price is based on a monthly rate of $399, which I thought was reasonable for what they offer.
This park is conveniently located right off I-20, there is some freeway noise but not bothersome. The interior roads are wide and easy to get around, sites are very long and easy to park, mostly level. There is one building besides the office, with 2 bathroom/shower rooms, and 2 each washer and dryers. Both were well maintained, clean, and nice. The Wi-Fi worked well. The very short entry road is graded dirt, it made me wonder if I had the right place, but then I saw a small sign for the RV park. I would return if in the area.
This was a convenient overnight stop, just a few miles off I-20. Our pull-through site parallel the road, easy to pull into, and fairly level, some have more of a slope. Some sites are back-in and not as big. We stayed a Tuesday night, and the campground was about full, we had made a reservation and I was glad. There are restrooms with showers, a little sandy, but not bad. Kids love this place, lots of sand to slide down and play in. We are a retired couple, but enjoyed walking around the sand dunes. Our Verizon cell phone had full bars and our air card for internet worked good. Water and electric hookups worked fine. I would return if in the area. The cost is $14 for camping, $3.00 per person day fee, no charge to make a reservation.
Nice park, easy access. Interior roads are wide and gravel. Sites are spacious and easy to get in to, fairly level. The restrooms and laundry are clean and nice. Their Wi-Fi was very slow and mostly unusable, our site was the furthest from the office. Our Verizon air card worked good. Excellent selection of Cable TV channels. We ate an excellent meal at La Posta Mexican Restaurant in Old Town Mesilla, just a short drive. We enjoyed our stay and would return if in the area.
We enjoyed our stay here. Sites are widely spaced with shrubbery, semi-private. Our site required one leveling block. Interior roads are gravel and easy to get around. There are 4 separate bathroom/shower rooms, nice and spacious. The laundry room has 4 washers and dryers, I didn't use them. Everything was clean and well maintained. Their Wi-Fi did not work the 2 nights we were here. Our Verizon air-card worked well. Park is quiet, & just a few blocks off Hwy 180. There is a super Wal-Mart just up the street, and Historic Silver City is just a few miles away. I thought the rate was reasonable for what they offer, and it reflects a Good Sam discount.
This is a big 55+ park model community with a few nice rows in the front for RV's, and scattered sites throughout the park among the park models for longer term RV stays. It is a quiet, gated community with a card/code to get through the gate. It is a little older, but has nice amenities. Nice swimming pool, indoor spa, auditorium for entertainment, good library, pool tables, card room, sewing room, wood shop, fitness room. Restrooms/showers and laundry room nice, and clean. Our site is on the far west side since we are staying 5 months, we've been here one month. Their Wi-Fi does not work well at our site, but works excellent at the pool/mail room/library area. Our air card works well at our site. Sites are adequately sized and fairly level. There is a wash outside the park on the east side for dog walking, and if you cross the wash, there is a nice paved walking trail on the other side. I am enjoying my stay, there is lots to do in the park and in Tucson. The rate is averaged over a 5-month stay.
We enjoyed our stay at this park. The sites are spacious, gravel, mostly level, hookups all worked fine. Facilities are slightly old, but are well-maintained and clean. The laundry room has 2 each washers and dryers. The 2 showers had 1 privacy area for both. There is a nice outdoor sitting area at the laundry room/bathroom area. The office has a pool table, library, and small fitness room. There is a nice, small outdoor swimming pool. Owners were very nice and helpful. Wi-fi worked good at medium speed. There is no cable TV. It is right next to I-17, so there is road noise. It is 2 miles driving off the freeway. A good value for your money. Our rate reflects a Good Sam discount.
This campground is reasonably priced for what you get. We had a full hookup site with cable TV. The sites were adequately spaced and gravel. Our site was level side to side, but not at all level front to back; the front of our trailer was lowered almost to the ground. The sewer connection was quite a ways to the side; our long hose barely reached. Excellent cable TV and selection of channels. Their Wi-fi did not work the 3 days we were there, low connectivity. The office staff said they were installing a new antenna. Our Verizon aircard worked excellent. The facilities were all a little old, but reasonably clean and usable. The laundry room has 4 each washers and dryers, and the fitness room was good. There is a small play area for kids. There is a small indoor pool and spa. I would return here if in the area. The rate reflects a 10% Good Sam discount.
This campground is in a pine forest. Sites are adequately spaced, gravel and dirt, not level. Our air card worked excellent and we got full bars on our verizon cell phone. The laundry room had 2 washers and dryers each, $2.00 to wash, $1.50 to dry. There are pay showers, 5 minutes cost $2.25. We had full hookups which worked fine. There is a natural scarcity of water, so their rules prohibit filling your holding tank. There is dry camping available, not level, and generator use is prohibited. Office staff was friendly and we were escorted to our site. It is about an hours drive to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, on a nice 2-lane paved road. There is a walking trail to Jacob Lake Inn/store, and Kaibab Plateau Ranger Office. We enjoyed our stay and would return if in the area.
This park is easy to find and easy to get into. The interior roads are paved, with concrete pull throughs and grass in between spacious sites. Our site took two blocks on the side to level. There are lots of mature trees for shade, which was very nice in the hot weather. Restrooms, showers, and laundry all nice. Excellent selection of Cable TV channels, 98 channels, Wi-Fi is good. The office is closed during lunch time. The office has a pool table, and nice library and movies. Rate includes tax and 10% Good Sam discount.
Convenient location right off I-15. A Dennys Restaurant across the street, and a gas station with good prices. We wanted not to have to unhook our 30-foot travel trailer, but we couldn't reach the water, sewer, and Cable TV hookups. They were in the center of the pull-through, which was made to pull your trailer up, and park the truck behind. Site was level all directions. Some sites have shade trees, some don't. There are 2 comfort stations for the park, each has laundry and restrooms. The one nearest us had 5 individual toilet/shower rooms that are nice. The laundry room had 3 each big, new, washers and dryers. $1.50 to wash, $1.25 to dry. Excellent Wi-Fi, only 12 Cable TV channels, no Fox News. There is a small play area for kids, a small basketball court, and swimming pool. Office staff were friendly and helpful. There are cabins in the back of the park that looked nice. The rate includes tax and a 10% Good Sam Discount.
Nice, well-maintained park. Sites fairly spacious, ours was level. The pull-throughs are long to accommodate 2 rigs. If you are in the back, and you want to leave before the rig in the front, you will have to back out. Office staff friendly. Very nice restrooms and showers. Nice laundry room with a small library. Wi-Fi and Cable TV both worked excellent. Convenient off I-15 for an overnight stop. The rate includes tax and is with the Good Sam 10% discount.
I agree with previous posts that this is a well-maintained owner-involved park. The office has a small store. Sites are spacious, level, and easy to get into. Restrooms and showers are spotless, nice laundry room. The game room has a pay pool table and foos ball, and small library. Wi-Fi worked good. No Cable TV. It is 35 miles north of Gardiner - we came here because Hot Springs Campground at Yellowstone was full, as well as both RV parks in Gardiner. Go figure, on the last weekend in September. The weather was still unusually beautiful which I think brought out a lot more people. There is noise on Hwy 89, but it didn't bother me, I didn't hear any trucks. The rate is with a Good Sam discount and includes tax.
Nice campground, all sites are pull-thru along the road, good for big rigs. Sites are spacious with some privacy, are not level, and some have shade. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Our Verizon cell signal was strong. Generators OK between 8am-8pm. Short trail to the Mammoth Village, with lots of services. There is road noise. Restrooms have flush toilets, no dish washing area. We came the last Friday in September, and it was full, had filled by 10am. Both RV parks 5 miles away in Gardiner were full, so we drove back north 40 miles to Emigrant to another RV park for Fri/Sat nights. (Yellowstone's Edge Rv Park - very nice, but pricey.) Came back Sunday morning and got a site, it was full again by noon. Monday was full. First come first serve, so good luck getting a site. The weather was unusually good, rangers said it had been busier than usual.
This is a very RV friendly park, clean and well-maintained. The location is easy off I-90, about 6 miles from town. Easy entrance, interior roads, site easy to park in, spacious, fairly level. Paved roads, gravel sites with grass and picnic table. Mature trees for shade. The restrooms, showers, and laundry all clean and nice. Cable TV and Wi-Fi both worked excellent. My only complaint is they water the grass at night, and the sprinklers hit the side of our trailer right next to the bed, waking me up every night. Also a train passes close by occasionally. We got a weekly rate at $190, which I thought was reasonable.
I agree with a previous poster that said this was a good alternative to dry camping in Glacier NP. It is only a 5-minute drive to Apgar Visitor Center. This is a quiet, wooded campground that has RV sites as well as tents and cabins. The sites are spacious, easy to get into, with some privacy of foliage between sites. Our site took one leveling block. Our water/electric site worked fine. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Our aircard and cell phone worked fine at our site, the furthest from the office at the top of the hill. They said their Wi-Fi works only at the office; I never tried it. The restrooms, showers, and laundry room are somewhat old, but were fairly clean and worked fine. The office staff was helpful and nice. There is a playground for kids. We used the dump station on the way out and it worked fine. The rate, which I thought was reasonable for what you get, is with a 10% Good Sam discount.
Paved roads, gravel sites with a concrete pad, and picnic table. Our site needed one block on the side to level, most sites looked pretty level. Well maintained, clean park. The office building has a small store, an inside pool and spa, and a nice fitness room. Wi-Fi is good, but is only available in the office area, where there is a nice separate room with sofas, tables and chairs. Our air card worked fine. They say there is 70 Cable TV channels, but we didn't use it. I agree with a previous person who said the approach in is easier from the east, where you make a left hand turn. From the west it is a sharp right angle turn and not a wide entry. It is right along the freeway, so there is some road noise, but a few rows in it did not bother us. The rate of $37.91 is with a Good Sam discount, a 50-ft pull-through, a little pricey. It did fit our needs as an easy overnight, not having to unhook, safe area, park.
This park is terraced on the side of a hill, with lots of tall trees. Well maintained, paved roads, and adequate room to maneuver for big rigs. Our aircard worked fine. Restrooms, showers, and laundry all clean and nice. Very small rec room with treadmill and library. Office only open a few hours in the morning and late afternoon. The $35 charge includes tax. I have stayed here before, and will stay again when in the area. Convenient, quiet, location, only 5 miles or so from Issaquah, and easy access to Seattle area.
This is a small family-owned park. The grounds and facilities are well maintained, and the workers are friendly. Their Wi-Fi is excellent and there are 63 Cable TV channels. The laundry room is small, with 2 each washers and dryers, reasonably priced. The restroom and showers were clean. Some sites are close together when they are full, and it is right off Highway 101 so there is some road noise. This is a very dog-friendly park, with a large, fenced dog area, and one of the hosts is available for dog sitting. There is also a nice, grassy tent area under tall trees. While kids are not discouraged, there is no play area or anything for them to do. There is lots to do in the area and I would return. Rates go up in the summer.
Nice park. Easy access to freeway. Plenty of room to maneuver with nice sites. All roads and sites are paved, with grass between sites. Nice landscaping. Nice restrooms/showers and laundry room has several washers and dryers at a reasonable rate. Convenient to visit Portland, and a Wal-Mart 1 mile down the road. Office staff was friendly. The rate is with a Good Sam discount. I have enjoyed staying at this park several times, and will stay there again when in the area.
The majority of sites look like permanent residents, a little junky looking. We just stayed overnight and got a level pull-through site. We didn't have to unhook our 30-foot travel trailer, but anything longer would not fit. There were about 5 combination bathroom/shower rooms, pretty clean. The laundry room was a good size and reasonably priced. Their Wi-Fi did not work, extensive Cable TV selection. Easy in and out not quite a mile off I-84. My rate is a Passport America rate, which is half price. Even at an exceptionally good rate, I would not stay here again, it is just too junky.
Very convenient access right off I-84, a little noise, but it didn't bother me. Plenty of room to maneuver with wide gravel streets and sites, grass in between sites with a picnic table. We did not have to unhook our 30-foot travel trailer and the site was level. The office staff was very friendly and we had an escort to our site. Large shade trees and nice landscaping, the park borders the Snake River. Their Wi-fi worked fine and there were 23 Cable TV channels. Our aircard and cell worked fine. I did not use the laundry or the restrooms up front. In the middle of the RV section there is one centrally located restroom, with one entrance door into a toilet and shower, one each for men and women, it looked clean. The convenience store/Conoco gas station where you register also has a good selection of fast food. We got the Passport America rate which is half price, plus tax. I would stay here again.
Nice park. We have stayed here before and would stay again if in the area. Plenty of room to maneuver. Pull throughs are long enough we did not have to unhook our 30ft travel trailer. Sites are fairly level. They are buddy sites - you will be close to a neighbor (if you have one) on your slideout side, but the patio side has more room with a picnic table. Restroom and showers are clean and nice. Laundry room is nice with 5 washers and dryers, $1.00 per load. Wi-fi worked well, and there were 36 cable TV channels. We were there the first week of May and only noticed a few mosquitoes. The pool and spa are only open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Mature landscaping with tall trees. Friendly office staff.
This is a quiet, small, no frills park. It's along the main street of a residential town, no businesses, with chickens, goats, and sheep, in nearby yards, and a Mormon Church with a playground across the street. It is about 4 miles from I-15 either direction, but no backtracking is required when you leave. Very tight spaces; in the pull-through sites there was barely 2 feet between the neighbor's slides. We parked along a fence in a grassy area and had plenty of room, nice shade trees. Sites were fairly level. Their Wi-Fi worked off and on slowly, and no cable TV. Our aircard and cellphone worked well. The restroom had 2 showers: very small changing area in front, and shower not real clean. The laundry room had 3 washers and 4 dryers, $1.00 to wash, old machines. Friendly office staff. Only 6 miles to Zion National Park Kolob Canyon visitor center. The rate was $26 per night plus $2.00 tax; additional nights are half price with Passport America membership.
The campground can be entered by either the North or South entrance of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, clearly marked off Hwy 89. There is a fee booth, I think the entrance fee is $15, but I have an annual inter agency pass so it was free for me. Coming in from the south, the campground is about 5 miles from the highway, past the resort/lodge area, and clearly marked. The roads are wide and easy to navigate. We stayed in Loop D, which are all pull through sites. Our site was level, and we did not have to unhook our 30ft travel trailer. Each site has a nice picnic table, fire pit, and charcoal grill. There are a few trees scattered around, but not big enough to provide much shade. View sites in all the loops look like hit or miss, some have a great view, some don't. We just had a view of the side of trailers on either side. We could not pick up their Wi-Fi. My Sprint air card worked but was a little slow. No cable TV. The water tasted bad, we had to buy bottled water.
We are full-timers and enjoyed a month at this park. All roads are paved, with concrete pads, and decorative gravel between sites. It was often windy, but no dust. Many sites have a slight slope, ours took three leveling blocks. No shade, few trees. Very convenient location right off I-17; there is some road noise, but it didn't bother me. The Cliff Casino is right across the freeway overpass with a free shuttle. Very nice, clean facilities - individual shower/bath rooms, big reasonably priced laundry, library, well-equipped fitness room, nice pool and hot tub, meeting room. Most of the time their W-Fi was excellent, but there were a few short times when it did not work. Our Sprint air card and Verizon cell phone worked fine. Good Cable TV, 27 channels. Office staff was friendly. We enjoyed Parkside Community Church 3 miles down the road. We would stay here again. The rate is for a month.
This park has a combination of park models and RV sites. The sites are fairly close together with little room to sit outside, and if we did, we had a view of our neighbors sewer hose. The interior roads have room to maneuver, and our site was level. Towards the front of the park there is road noise, but we had little noise further from the road. The facilities are all older and could use a little TLC but are adequate - small pools, 6-machine laundry rooms, small showers, ping pong table, 2 pool tables, small fitness room, and a meeting hall for planned snowbird-type activities. Good Cable TV channels. Nice landscaping. I only tried their Wi-Fi twice and it was slow, (Tengo internet), so I went back to my air card which worked very well. The office people were very nice and helpful. The price reflects a Passport America discount. It was an OK place to stay and visit family, and I would stay here again, but I think the regular price is too much for what you get. But everything is high priced in this area. I usually winter in Arizona where you get nicer facilities for less money.
We are starting our 2nd month here and would highly recommend this park. It has mostly park models, but still plenty of RV sites. The majority of people are snowbirds and have been coming here for years, but welcome new comers. The facilities are clean and well maintained - nice fitness room, billiard room, swimming pool, spa, big laundry room with new and reasonably priced machines, and a huge meeting hall for a wide variety of activities - even a church service on Sunday mornings (during snowbird season). There is no internet at the site, but excellent internet in the TV room next to the office. Our air card worked good at our site. No cable TV at the site, but a public TV is available next to the office, and in the fitness room. For long term stays most residents use the local service provider for cable and internet. The landscaping is good throughout most the park, but is a little bare in some RV sites. I am a full timer and this is the first park I have seen no dog walkers, they are only allowed in certain parts of the park I guess, I don't have a dog so I'm not sure. The office and staff were friendly and helpful. The rate reflects an incredible special promotion they had, $750 for Oct/Nov/Dec. We have decided to stay a few extra months at their regular rate.
This is a strip of 12 full hookups owned by the Best Western hotel across the highway. They are all back in with the rear against a grassy strip in front of a small creek, with tall trees for shade. The sites are gravel and ours required 2 blocks to level. There is adequate room to maneuver. Their Wi-Fi worked well, there was no Verizon cell signal and our air card did not work. There are no bathrooms or other amenities, but you can use the swimming pool at the Best Western. There is a laundry room at the Best Western with 3 washers and 4 dryers, all older. Zion National Park entrance is 12 miles away and the visitor center is 24 miles away, along a very narrow, curvy, road, with a 1.1 mile dark, very narrow, tunnel. There is a Subway across the street and a restaurant at the Best Western. The park is noisy, it is right along Highway 89, with many trucks. I would not stay here again without a good set of earplugs. The low rating is due to the noise.
This is a huge, well maintained campground with full hookups, water/electric only, tents, and tipis. I wanted a water/electric only site because they are less expensive, but when I told them good Internet was a priority, they suggested a full hookup site near the front office. (The water/electric only are way in the back). So, I took a site up front. There are lots of tall pine trees, site is dirt/gravel, spacious, and took 2 blocks to level. Their Wi-Fi worked well about 80% of the time, the rest of the time signal was too weak to connect. Our air card worked good, and Verizon cell was good. There is a nice, big shower house, up front next to the office, and also a laundry house with several new looking machines, $2.25 to wash with front loading washers, and $1.50 to dry. There are also nice restrooms (no showers) in the back of the park. There is no cable TV. The pool is closed for the season, but the hot tub is open. The location of this campground is very convenient to visit Bryce Canyon National Park; the visitor center and entrance are only about 2 miles up the road. The grocery store at the hotel next door was well stocked, but expensive. There is also a restaurant and fast food type place near the hotel. The daily rate with Good Sam discount was $39, but with additional "hotel" tax ended up being $43.00.
There is a beautiful open view of red rock walls. It is 13 miles from Capitol Reef National Park visitor center. Our pull-thru site was roomy, level, easy to park, gravel. There is a small store, gift shop, hair salon, and an outdoor pavilion for evening dinners. The staff was friendly and helpful. The restrooms and showers were OK. There are 2 very small laundry rooms, each with 2 washers and 2 dryers, no room to sit and wait. Their Wi-Fi worked well, our air card worked off and on and slow, Verizon cell was fair to good. There is a nice play area for kids. Right off the highway with easy entry, quiet and peaceful. The rate is with a Good Sam discount.
This park has a variety of types of sites, a lot of them looked spacious, nice, had some shade, and a picnic table. We got one of the last available sites, after making reservations a week ahead of time. (Early October is a very popular time in Moab). It was a short pull-through, which we had to angle almost parallel to the road to make our 30-foot travel trailer fit, no shade, no picnic table, but it was level. We could not put our awning out, and no room to sit outside. When the Wi-Fi worked, it was good, but they kept having to reset it, again, in another site it may be better. Our Verizon cell signal was good and our air card worked fine. Good cable TV. Restrooms and showers are nice, and the laundry room has 2 washers and 2 dryers, I did not use them. The staff was helpful and pleasant. If I would have paid full price I would have been disappointed, but the Passport America price was a bargain. I would stay here again, but next time get a reservation earlier, and get a better site.
Very nice state park with spacious, level sites, each with a covered picnic table and fire pit. Very few tall shade trees. Modern and well maintained, with a small visitor center at the entrance. Showers cost $1.00 for 4 minutes, they looked nice. Clean laundry room with 3 washers and 3 dryers ($1.00 to wash, $1.50 to dry), all worked well. Good cell signal, and our aircard worked good. Within walking distance to a few fast food restaurants and an excellent Mexican Restaurant. Easy access off the highway, slight road noise but didn't bother me. Swimming area closed due to health issue. The rate is for a full hookup, and you will be charged an additional $6.00 per day for day use.
This campground is situated on a rounded hilltop with beautiful views of the lake. It is open, no trees, no shade. All sites are angled back-in. There were limited sites long enough for our 30-foot travel trailer, and our site required 1 block to level. Restrooms with flush toilets and showers are a little old, but worked fine. There is a dump station. Good cell signal and our air card worked good. Friendly and helpful campground hosts, employed by Thousand Trails. Rate was $20 per night, plus $5.00 extra for the one row of electricity/water sites. Water was turned off for the season Sept. 28th, at which time the camping fee is half price, with no dump and only restroom left a vault toilet. A forest service day fee is also required, $5.00 per day or $10.00 for 3 days, we did not pay because our annual interagency pass worked, as does the senior and access pass. Convenient access to Rocky Mountain National Park, 8 miles away, and there is a boat launch.
I like the location of this park, within walking distance to historic downtown Golden, along a river, with a wide walking trail. The laundry room has 4 washers and 4 dryers, all worked well and reasonably priced. Nice restrooms and showers. What I don't like is the hassle to get in. They don't take reservations, we were told to call at 8:00am when they open, on the day of our planned arrival to see if they had room, which they don't know sometimes until check-out at 11:00am. There were no full hookups available, so we took an electric-only site. They will put you on a list if you want to move to a full hookup when available. We stayed 5 nights toward the end of September, and they were full every night. Their Wi-Fi and our aircard both worked excellent. The dump station is in the middle of the short entry/exit road, which is tight and not wide enough for 2 rigs. The sites in the park have little maneuvering room and are back-in only. Staff is friendly and helpful. They have 50amp only, but loaned us an adapter for our 30amp. The $27.86 rate reflects the Good Sam discount for an electric-only site.
This park is located 2 miles from the highway exit, but along a frontage road, so it is noisy. It could use some TLC, sites are in gravel, dirt, dried grass, but are long, spacious, and easy to get into. It was very windy, some dust. We had to use 2 blocks to level on the side, but did not have to unhook. The laundry has 4 washers and 4 dryers, all a little old. The dryers do not work well, it took 2 cycles to get everything dry. It cost $1.00 to wash and $1.25 x 2 (40 minutes x 2) to dry. I would not use the laundry again unless really desperate. The restroom and showers were ok. We ate at the restaurant, a buffalo burger/french fries/beans cost $9.95 and was ok. Our aircard worked good, their WiFi is slow. The rate is a Passport America rate.
This was a convenient overnight stop, right off the highway, but little noisy. Friendly owners. Long pull-throughs, but we had to unhook to lower our front end. Their WiFi worked good, as did our aircard. Nice small laundry room at the back of the park, new machines, 2 washers (large capacity), and 2 dryers, both worked well, and cost $2.00 each. There is a book exchange. The cost reflects the Passport American rate.
Pull-throughs are along the road, easy to get into, but close to the road. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. We had to use 2 blocks to level the side. Restrooms are older, but have flush toilets. There is a place to dump dish water, but not to wash dishes. Verizon cell signal was poor, but good about a mile up the road at the gas station. Our Sprint mobile broadband card worked well. We stayed in the K-loop.
Tall trees provide shade, we had a nice pull-through with convenient access to clean restrooms, each with a wash basin for cleaning dishes. Check-in can get congested with limited parking. One-lane dump station near entrance heading out, and another behind service station. Huge, nice, reasonably priced laundry facilities. Cell signal and Verizon aircard both worked good. Only 3 places in Yellowstone with cell signal: Mammoth Hot Springs, Old Faithful area, and Grant Village area.
Very nice campground that runs along the Madison River with lots of river access. Elk common along the river. Lots of tall trees provide shade, but also make parking more difficult. We had to back our 30-foot trailer into our pull-through site. Has modern restrooms. There is a nice 3-lane dump station at entrance. No cell phone or Verizon aircard signal. There are only 3 places in Yellowstone that have cell signals: Old Faithful area, Mammoth Hot Springs, and Grant Village.
Nice campground, clean, well-maintained. Restrooms with flush toilets, sinks, outdoor water faucet. No hookups, no showers, no dump station. One-way, one-lane road through campground, with care we had no trouble pulling our 30-foot travel trailer, but anything much bigger would be very tight. Few tall trees, but rock piles along road and a tight turning radius through campground. I counted about 5 spaces that would accommodate a big rig, most fairly spacious pull-throughs. Incredible landscape. Our aircard (Sprint) worked some of the time, very slow. Very weak Verizon cell signal. I would stay here again, a very quiet, pleasant experience.
Easy access off I-84, Wal-Mart and a few stores and restaurants within half a mile. Very nice park, quiet with spacious, long, level, pull-throughs. Nice laundry room, 6 washers and 8 dryers. Nice individual restrooms and showers. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Our Verizon cell and aircard worked good, and so did their internet. Utilities all worked well and good cable TV. I would stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Located 5 miles off of I-84 on a paved road. The alternative exit off hwy 3 miles south is 2 miles on a gravel road which we did not use. Mostly quiet, but a train went by in the distance a few times. Next to a wildlife refuge, probably good bird watching, but in September we didn't see much, and we were just there for a quick overnight. Spacious, long, pull-through sites. Nice restrooms, showers, pool, hot tub. Friendly and helpful office staff. Our Verizon cell and aircard worked fine. Their internet worked good most of the time, just a few slow periods. We would stay here again. Rate is with Good Sam discount.
Easy access off I-84, office staff was friendly and helpful. Our pull-through was fine for our 30-foot trailer, but would not fit anything longer without having to unhook. Nice restrooms, showers, laundry. Wi-Fi worked fine. I have stayed here before and would stay here again. Convenient to Portland, quiet and clean. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
A convenient overnight stop right off I-5. There is a deli at the golf pro shop that serves breakfast and lunch, and several fast food restaurants are just down the road. The laundry has 4 washers and 4 dryers. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well, 75 cable channels. The restroom and showers are exceptionally nice. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount, and was very reasonable for a clean, quiet, park. I would enjoy staying here again while in the area.
The location is convenient right off I-5, behind a truck stop travel center. It's just a short walk to several fast food restaurants. There is a little road noise, but it didn't bother me. There are only 2 washers (one didn't work), and 3 dryers. There are 2 co-ed restrooms, but one was closed for remodeling. They were working on it. The pull-through sites have little shade, the back-in sites are shady under tall pines, and long enough we didn't have to unhook our 30ft travel trailer. Our site required a little leveling. Wi-Fi and cable TV both worked well. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount.
The location is convenient right off I-80; there is some road noise. Sites are easy to get into, spacious, fairly level, on a gravel surface. Has a new laundry room: 3 washers and 3 dryers. New restroom and showers with one toilet and shower stall enlarged and equipped for handicapped. Their internet works excellent; our aircard was slow. Has 17 cable TV channels. Nothing for kids here, although I'm sure they're welcome. Has some long-term residents. Within walking distance to a grocery store. Owner is friendly and helpful. This was an easy, convenient overnight stop. I would stay here again.
Sites are spacious and easy to get into. They are grouped each 2 sites side by side, so if someone is parked next to you, it would be close on one side. Lots of tall trees and shade, with a walking trail along the river. Showers are nice with privacy, laundry very reasonable at $1.00 each to wash and dry. Nice swimming pool and a small play area for kids. Utah Lake State Park is a short walk down the road, and I-15 just 2 miles. Price is for full hook-ups, pull-through; it is cheaper for water/electric only, or tent sites. I would look forward to staying here again.
This is basically a weedy, potholed gravel parking lot with full hookups, only 30amp. The sites are spacious and semi-level. It is conveniently right off I-25; you can hear road noise. There is a slight sewer type smell outside. There is plenty of room to park to check in at the motel next door. No amenities, the bathrooms are locked, with weeds growing in front of them. My aircard worked fine. Still needs a lot of TLC. The motel sign says Budget Host Motel, my receipt says Country Host Motel. I would have to be pretty desperate to stay here again. You get what you pay for.
We stayed in the Fredonia Bay Campground area; there are several different camping areas. All sites are back-in, but they are angled, spacious, and easy to get into. Most sites are very long, we didn't have to unhook our 30-foot travel trailer. There are lots of tall trees and shade. There are clean restrooms and showers, and a playground. Our aircard and Verizon cell worked fine. It was a convenient overnight stop, only 2 miles off highway 400, at at reasonable rate. The rate is for electric and water, there is a dump station.
All sites are spacious, have a picnic table and a fire ring. The back-in sites are well-shaded, backed by woods, and the picnic table is covered. The pull-throughs are more in the open with some tall trees. It is a "state park" like wooded setting but with all the amenities: good internet, 65 cable TV channels, big laundry with an ironing board etc. We enjoyed the walking trails and birdwatching. Silver Dollar City is only 1.3 miles down the road, and they run a free shuttle. The shuttle is nice in that you don't have to wait through the parking lineup; they drop you right at the entrance and you don't need to take the tram from the parking lot to the entrance. Staff is friendly and helpful. I stayed in the Main Campground, which is connected to the North Campground and Lodge by a short trail, or down the road a very short distance. The North Campground looked nice, is smaller, and has several cabins. The rate reflects a monthly rate. I would enjoy coming back someday.
The location is convenient right off the highway, but there is road noise near the front of the park. There would probably be less noise near the back. There is a small pond in the back. Their WiFi was slow, my aircard worked excellent. There are 3 washers and 3 dryers and all worked well. The restrooms were clean. This is a convenient overnight stop; we did not have to unhook our 30' travel trailer. I would stay here again.
This is a quiet, peaceful park in a large grassy field with plenty of shade trees. It borders the Llano River and is out of town about 8 miles. Our pull-thru was extremely long and we didn't have to unhook for the night. Very spacious sites. The restrooms were closed for remodeling. Our aircard worked fine. I thought the rate reasonable and would stay here again when passing through.
If you like jamming or listening to live music this is a great place. Lots of full time residents, but they are very friendly and welcoming. Many musicians come for the weekend shows. The park is 5 miles out of town on a paved road, then about 3 miles on a graded dirt road. Convenient to explore the Big Thicket area. Their Wi-Fi works good, our aircard was slow but workable. Three washers and three dryers worked fine.