Stayed one night on our way north. Good for a couple days checking out the area. We had a good long pull-through up by the office so it's handy for laundry and buying ice cream. Hookups placed and worked properly and more than enough room for slides. Two things to note-it's a challenge to try to get over-the-air TV (no park cable, and we don't carry Dish or Direct), and trash cans at sites need to be picked up more often-ours was full when we arrived. We may stay again when passing through the area.
Stopped here because of severe weather forecast. Smaller KOA park close to I-35 Kansas Turnpike exit 19. Park was in decent shape and hookups worked properly with cable tv available. Manager put us north of the pool in the permanent locals area. Some rigs need some care and cleanup in this area. OK and quiet for overnight but will probably not come back. Price is with KOA card.
Enjoyed watching the Alpacas and petting the big friendly LGD (large guard dog) that bodyguards the Alpacas. He will bark if something is not to his liking. Long pull-throughs with picnic table and grass area at each site, though the site we had was a tad un-level side to side and sloped down hill front to back. Utilities worked correctly but electric and water at extreme back of site. Long hose needed and water pressure is high--be careful. Laundry prices $1.00 wash, .75 dry. Eat at Babes in Sanger, you will enjoy it. Will stay again when back through this area.
Not by any means a destination park but it works as an overnight when passing through Big Spring. Very friendly manager who reserved us the long pull-through next to her site, which we appreciated. Site utilities worked fine and cable TV hookup had many choices and all came in clear. Site was a tad un-level but we worked it and got it close enough for one night. Park mainly caters to workers in the area but has room for one- nighters, but I would call first. We eyeballed a couple other parks and we liked the looks of this one and as I said the manager thanked us when we got there and when we were leaving. Friendly folks-we'd stop again.
Escapee rate. Long pull thru with decent hookups and wide enough for truck to park side of rig. Permanents and long term in back ins along the fence. Not a real destination park but good over night or several days checking out the area. Good rates for people looking for winter spot or needing dental work in Puerto Palomas.
One of the better parks in Benson. Good wide gravel back ins so you can unhook and place your tow vehicle or toad next to your rig. Roads are asphalt and pull thrus in front up by office are asphalt. Hook ups work correctly but water is located in very back of the back ins so long hose may be needed. Good spot to visit Cochise County area. If you want to take in the observatory, call ahead because when we stayed a week, telescope was down and waiting for a tech to recalibrate it. Would stay again but would make sure observatory was available. Rate was PPA summer rate.
Full hook ups across from the shot gun trap and skeet range. Shooting requirements dropped. Shoot or not you can stay in the rv section. Quiet and dark and good place to see the lights of Vegas at night. About 4 miles to services and stores and about 16 miles from the Strip. Would stay here when in Las Vegas again. Stayed two weeks visiting family.
Good spot for a few days to tour the Grand Canyon by vehicle or the train, which we chose. Sights are asphalt with asphalt interior roads. Sights a tad tight side to side but have enough room for slides and long enough for big rigs. Standard hookup pedestals that work properly and include limited cable TV service. Free shuttle service available from 0700 to 2300 hours, you just call and they will pick you up and take you anywhere on Grand Canyon railway property. Friendly staff and shuttle drivers. Would stay again when back this way.
Good park for over night or spending a few days checking out Albuquerque. Friendly staff (mostly workampers) that take you to site. Long pull thrus that are concrete with interior roads of asphalt. Picnic tables at each site with all hookups properly placed and they work correctly. Small camping supply area and souveniors in main office area, along with the free breakfast room and pool area. Over all a clean, well run corporate RV park that we would return to when in the area.
IMO the best park in Van Horn. Owners live on site and have been steadily working the last 18 months to upgrade and get the park back into shape. Sites are long and pretty level and have plenty of room for slides. Good electric, water, and cable with the owners putting in new pedestals with amp service up to 100 amps for really big rigs. And as other reviewers have stated, owners will take you and your party or traveling friends over town to any restaurant you like so you do not have to unhook. There is no charge, its part of their service. Friendly nice people. We will stop again. Solid 9 from me.
This is the fourth visit to this park. I have reviewed it before and it still remains a good, clean park with friendly staff. Big rig pull thrus for longer rigs across from the pool. 45 footers with toads will fit with no problem but all pull thrus will require leveling side to side and front to back due to sloop of site. One nice touch is the gate entry is now working and requires code to enter which has quieted the park down considerably. Bastrop is 10 miles east with all the amenities of a big city. They also honor PPA.
Tough to review. Small, mostly semi permanent to permanent resident park on the east side of the toll way east of Georgetown. They try to keep a number of sights for daily, weekly, and big rigs. Gravel and crushed rock so dust is at a minimum. Small laundry and decent rec hall. Two items to mention that I rated the park down for is that the north row of pull thrus are graded on down slope so sewer dumps uphill, which is a concern. Two, the speed limit. While advertised as enforced, it is actually not. Posted as 7 but is usually 20 mph. We will probably not return.
Good convenient park when we visit our son, daughter, and friends in Austin. Managers are 5 star and park well kept. Utilities placed in sites correctly and work properly. Long pull thrus so big rigs have no problems. One item to mention is the park has dropped Passport America affiliation but has several other programs and discounts available.
Stayed two nights in the 400 numbered section. Sites are narrow and about 70 feet. Hook ups are placed decently in the site and all work correctly. Park is second largest of the established parks in the coastal towns of Port A., Aransas Pass and Rockport. Has its own boardwalk to the beach and big rec hall where they have the activities. It worked for two nights while we came back to area to have work done on the rig but for long term we prefer smaller parks. Price paid was GS discount plus $2.50 per day for cable.
Adequate for what it is. Long level pull thru sites with two site hookups on same pedestal side to side with your neighbor. Plenty of room for slides, awnings, and personal space by your rig. Some back-ins on grass but most are concrete. A few activities, bingo, cards, potlucks, etc., are provided. Workers in area have most of the back-ins so there is some traffic in AM. Some things to do in area but IMHO not a destination. The minus is that workampers run the place. Saw owner twice. Rate is for 16 days including electric @12 KWH. Doubt we will return.
Rate is based on two months. Small, very friendly park with winter Texans that have been staying here for years, and made us feel welcome. Mens coffee in AM and HH every day. Games, bingo, pot lucks, Karaoke, and Saturday breakfasts scheduled during winter months. Great family/owners who live on-site. Water, sewer, cable, and 50 amp service placed in sites correctly and worked properly. Things to note are the sites are a little narrow, and the pull-thrus are short. Tow vehicle or car may not fit, too. Laundry could be improved. We will return.
Park is two blocks from the beach. All concrete sites with paver stone interior roads. Sites are very level without any adjustments to your rig. Hookups in good spot in site and worked properly. Camp host very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. Restaurants and beach store shopping within walking distance. Having said this, two points should be noted: interior roads a tad narrow but camp host will assist with parking, and young office help not adequately trained about the resort area or rules. Probably won't come back.
Rate is with a Good Sam discount. Close to I-10. With 3 parks on Oaklawn Road, watch for their sign. Pull-throughs are real level but a little short. The friendly owner got me in though, but had to park the truck a tad cattywompus so as to not be nosed in the road and to remain hooked up. Utilities placed well in site and worked properly. Park cable picture on all channels very good. Would stop here again when in the area.
Rate is PPA. Easy off/easy on from I-10. Interior roads are a little narrow but doable. Pull thru length is about 75 feet, also a tad narrow, but you can get slides out and use picnic table. Utilities placed correctly at the site and worked properly. Laundry room needs updating-rust on outside of machines but tubs are good and units worked as they should-$1.50 wash and dry. Owners live on site and are friendly. We would stop again when in the area.
Rate is nightly for 7 days with KOA club discount. Good, clean, well run KOA close to Disney property. We were here during the dead weeks after Thanksgiving and they gave us a nice site in the back of the park consisting of two back-ins rear to rear that we used as a long pull-through. Utilities worked well and were placed in the sites so we did not have to strech cords or hoses. My advice, stay here and use the FREE shuttle to Disney and the other attractions. They take you right to the gates - easy in, easy out. No driving when tired. I have no connection to this park but we RV full time and this is a nice park with good service and friendly staff. We will stay here in the future.
Very nice park. Will give this park-resort a solid 9. Staff friendly and you are escorted to your site. Nice cafe on property with reasonably priced food. Utilities worked as they should and good cable connection. Did not use Wi-Fi as we carry a Jetpack. Only thing I see, and the park can not change this, is the interior roads a tad narrow, which could pose problems for bigger rigs. We are 65 feet and they gave a site on row E, which is the outer sites near 295. Plenty long and level. We would stop again when back this way.
Decent overnight park with easy on/off 95. Utilities were placed well in the site and worked correctly. Cable is standard with 18 channels received. Long pull-throughs available, with the one we had on row L required no leveling. Small store and friendly staff and they sell propane too. Some road noise but it died down. We would stop again if back this way.
Checked by email 10 days before we needed one night. The owner said they were full but to try back in case of a cancel. Called day before we needed the night and she said come on, we have a nice pull thru for you for the night you need. This is excellent campground service and we appreciated it. Park is small but sites are long (we are over 65 feet). Hook ups are new and placed correctly and work properly. No cable, but they have satellite connections and the OTA antenna picks up about 12 channels. Yes, the road is rough and narrow but just take it easy. We would stop again when in this area.
Park is kinda laid out weird as the majority of the sites which are pull thrus are designed in a wheel like pattern and you are placed facing out not in. Utilities worked properly and you are escorted to you site. Work Kampers run the place and they are friendly and helpful. Laundry needs updating and only has 3 washers and 3 dryers - $1.75 for each. Only about 15 rigs or so when we were there. Work Kamper said it gets nuts in the summer. Probably won't stop again.
Park is good for overnight or to spend a few days checking out the area around Meridian. Utilities worked well, although water pressure was weak IMO. Sites are a combination of gravel with a concrete slab for a rig. Some slabs appear longer than others and also IMO they should be placed back further in the pull thru so a 35 or 40 footer can set on the slab completely. This, of course would not help the diesel pushers with the toad, but they usually have auto level anyway. It would help the bumper pulls and fivers though. Owner pleasant and would return if in the area again. Rate was cash for PPA.
Good park with friendly staff that also works the Shell C-store in front of park. Over night RVs get nice long pull thrus, 80 foot concrete, with picnic table on the slab plus a grill. Hook ups were placed well and worked well. Good cable TV service and nice laundry room. East bound 10 at exit 43 right turn and then quick right at RV sign in front of Shell and you are there. West on 10 same exit, left over 10 and quick right as above. Though it is right close to 10 very little noise IMO. Would stop here again
Good park about 10 miles from Bastrop, which has all the stores and eating places that Austin has. Also has a historic old town area worth a look. Park hook ups work well as they should and park staff are courteous and helpful. Long pull thrus close to office are gravel and fairly level. Quite a few long term/permanents on the back side and west side. Exxon/Mobil C-store 1/2 mile east and real good moderately priced BBQ shack (Benny's) toward Bastrop on north side of 71. Only negative is that speed limits are not observed in the park - mostly by the permanents.
Assigned long level pull thru near the office and utilities were placed well and worked correctly. Our first stay and it was what we expected - not a resort but a good decent safe park. We picked up our mail at the great mail service building and went about our business. We will stop again when back in this area for longer than one night. One thing they need to work on is folks obeying the speed limits inside the park. If you are running late, leave earlier next time.
Good park to check out the Palestine area. No frills grass sites with full hook ups that are placed in the site correctly. Long level pull-throughs on the lower sites for daily, weekly, and I think monthly. Long term permanents by the office and on the upper sites by the highway. Two washers and two dryers in laundry off the office area. Rate was $135.00 for 7 days. Would stay here again for the price when in this area. Watch for signage, it gets on you quick, and pull in 2nd drive.
Stayed two nights in RV section to check out the cottage areas and the park models they have for sale and rental. Well maintained resort park with good long level pull thrus and back ins. Different price points for different sections of the RV park. Utilities placed well in sites and worked correctly with good 50 amp and water pressure with cable TV. Here during non-first Monday week so RV site area very very quiet. Good resort park for families with some noise from IH-20. Need to work on interior roads - rough with pot holes. Will probably not return, a little too "up town" for us.
Good park for several days to check out the area or overnight just passing through. Full hook-ups and good park cable TV reception and asphalt pull thrus are mostly level. Nice friendly owners who live on site. Price is 3 nights PPA and two nights park rate. We would stop here again if in the area.
Park rebuilt about 4 years ago. All asphalt sites with full hook-ups and sewer, too. Most sites will fit most average rigs. If over 60 feet, call to check as there are sites that will fit you. We had #33 and we are 65 foot. Good hook up locations and site has picnic table, fire ring, grill, and lantern post. Minuses are narrow interior roads and rough road from court house square 2 miles to park entrance. We would come back some time.
Clean, quiet park with great owners who live on site. Long concrete pull throughs, concrete and gravel back ins and gravel interior roads. Utilities are placed and worked correctly. Strong 4G phone and Mifi connections. Cafe on site operated by park owners with good food and in house made pizza. FREE shuttle to any show driven by park owner - mornings, midday, or evenings, which in my view is spot on. Nominal charge if you wish to go shopping. To sum up, signed up for 1 week, stayed 2. Highly recommend.
Good resort in Flour Bluff. Near by shopping and eating places. We stayed one night, and we liked the location, and the office staff was very friendly and helpful and took us to the site. We were given a very nice, level, pull through for truck and rig, and hook ups were in good shape and worked well. Has pool and hot tub, did not use but looked in good condition. Would stay again for longer time when back in the area.
First, I never give a 10 rating. There is no "10". Pros: Fairly close to downtown, shopping for supplies and major roadways. Managers friendly and so are the long term people. Good laundry, clean restrooms and pool. Cons: Invaded by ants this visit-be warned. Placed in third row site, which is concrete but narrow and could not use awning because of the trees and could not eat outside-table and pad right on neighbors sewer connect. Second row has more space between sites. But will stay again in the future in 2nd row.
Been here before. Good concrete level pull through sites with full hook-ups.. Sites are two-in-one so I guess if they ever get real busy they convert them to short back-ins. We're over 65' so it would be tough for us. They do have back-ins on the perimeter and in other areas. Good park for a few days or longer if you wish. $42.60 tax included for two nights is spot on. (They do have a pool, clean laundry rooms, $1.00 wash/$1.00 dry and free shuttle to the casino).
Good park, great owners always working on the park. Park has about 20 sites with full hookups at this point. Concrete sites are owned; the daily, weekly, monthly sites are sand base with good level gravel that drains well. Private lake with catch/release and good walking trail around it. Some road noise but not bad. Finally: you MUST be self-contained as there is NO toilet/showers nor store yet. Owners still waiting for state to OK permits as of 8-26-13. We will come back as it is quiet here.
Good for over-nite. Price was right. No shade so ac runs in the hot weather. Cable is offered (no extra charge), but most of the channels except 3 are blurry. Register and pay at valet office right inside first set of casino doors, then go pick your site. We would stop again when passing by on I-35 for the price alone. Twenty bucks flat for full hook-ups that worked like they should.
Stayed here while we visited relatives in the area. This CG is apparently the only one in this area that likes big rigs and/or has room for rigs 65 feet or more. We checked and called several who did not want our business. The good - long, fairly level grass/gravel sites with hookups that worked correctly. Friendly work campers who know what they're doing, that stop and speak and the park has a nice pool. The not so good - the owners charge people $4.00 per person (even non swimmers) to visit you. He lets people park by their site, except if someone complains about campers with big trucks; then you get to park away from your rig. Rate is too high; we won't return.
Good park for one or two nights while checking out the area. Front of cg has seasonal sites mostly back ins, and rear of cg has nice long pull through that are constructed two to a site area that is mostly level gravel. You will be back to back with your neighbor, but you can put your slides out and connect to utilities with no problems. Each site has a table with concrete pad for it and cg hosts escort you to site. No store is a negative, but they do sell ice. Thirty dollars is the nightly price including tax for FHU's. Probably won't stop again.
Good for a few nights to visit the colonies. Long sites that, if busy, you will be back to back. Not too likely unless they have big rallies. Big rig friendly, but interior roads a little narrow. Utilities worked well and you are escorted to your sight by courteous employees. Will stop again when in the area.
Good, well run park with gravel sites. There is some concrete sites available. Good long pull-throughs for big rig (we are 67 feet). Although, the turns in park can be a little tight and watch the tree branches. Utilities work as they should; but some sights share water so have enough hose. Close to Davenport and friendly staff, so we will stop again when in the Quad Cities.
Rate is based on two months with fhu and electric is included in the rate, not extra charge. Good quiet cg managed by a family that is on site 24/7. No frills and sites are either gravel or grass but sites are well taken care of. New remodel of womens bathroom and showers started and completed while we were there. Small camp store with ice, etc., and game room in the office area. Utilities worked as they should and Manager and family were very friendly and kept the cg and rv'ers secure. Had truck issues and son of manager lent us a car to go for things in town while truck in the shop. Not many folks would do that. If you want a resort look elsewhere. If you want an older cg with old fashioned honest dealings and a quiet spot, then this is for you. We will stay here again real soon.
Good for night or two when passing through Kansas City area. Closest to KC that I know of. FHU's worked like they should with gravel sites. Many permanents but all friendly. Would stay again when in the area.
First time out with new fifth wheel and the managers made us feel very welcome and were helpful in many ways. Stayed two weeks getting comfortable with our set-up. Rate is based on PPA and AARP and combinations. There are concrete roads and pads and is big rig friendly (our toter and 5er is 65 feet.) Class A's and such have no problems. All utilities worked like they should and there is a good selection of cable TV programs through tw-cable. Bathrooms and showers are clean and modern with private bath, toilet, and shower (4) in coded separate rooms. This park will be our base when in the Austin area. Good location for going to the city and events at the Expo center which is just down the road. Will stay here and recommend this park.this park.
Good for a couple of nights to visit casino. Windy and no shade to speak of. Big concrete streets and concrete sites but utilities are placed kinda goofy. If you get a players card you get first night free. Two nights for us were $21.38. Would stay here again if we would visit the casino
Good quiet clean park just north of Boerne. It is on top of the hill. If you have a big rig or long rig you can fit. Our rig is 65 feet and the pull-through we had, #57, was 90 foot. Hookups worked well and camp store sells propane and bagged ice. We would stay here again when in SA to visit son.