A GEM! Trees, grass, high speed internet that rivaled any I have ever used on the road. Two small grass dog areas. The KOA staff were terrific! I hate to drive pulling my RV and yet I would drive another 100 miles to stay here. We will be staying here when we are throuogh the area again.
Friendly staff. Used Passport America for $17.00 rate. Small fenced off-leash dog area 30' x 30' maybe, Wi-Fi good, and pressure for water was fine. There is a train near that you can hear sometimes in the night but I am pretty sure trains are a requirement for RV park location. Good for an overnight or for longer stay.
Small Campground, looks like Bar S and Blue Spruce are owned by same people as they share same brochure. Gravel sites, fairly level. There was train noise but not constant, but I imagine where ever you stayed in town you would get train/road noise. Our site had no sewer hook up but some may have on other side. Power and water were fine. To pull in and stay overnight it was fine although if we planned to stay longer I might have to look around for something with a fenced pet area. For 17.00 it was fine and lots cheaper than the 50.00 quoted for the KOA which was about 500 yards down the road.
Would I stay here again? Absolutely! Although the front of the park is taken up by long term residents, the owners have added about 30 large brand new sites behind the original sites. Some are pull-through and the ones at the back of the park are back-ins. There is a brand new shower room (5 separate showers, 1 handicapped, 2 walk in in showers and two with showers and full tubs). Also in the building are 3 new washers and 2 dryers that all work perfectly and are a reasonable $1.25 was and $1.00 dry. There are also showers and laundry rooms else where in the park and they are clean and cared for. Long term (month or longer) gets a break on the cost. There are 3 different plans so check with the office, but it is about 1/2 the daily rate if you were to stay for a month. For dog owners there is a large area of grass to walk your dog by the front of the park, there is also a very small dirt area behind the rear laundry room. If you take a 20 minute car trip with your pups, there is a very nice off leash dog park right behind the Google campus at Shoreline Park in Mountainview. Also there is a nice off leash park at Seal Point, and for a little bit further drive you can take your dogs to the off leash park at Ft Funston and let them run on the beach. The people in the office and the maintenance people all take pride in their park and it shows. They could not be nicer or more helpful. The Wi-Fi could be improved, it is Tengonet. But I have recently bought a Virgin mobile 3G Wi-Fi hot spot that gives unlimited Wi-Fi for 50.00 a month and its reception was perfect. Kids are welcome but there is no pool or playground in the park.
This is a park DONE RIGHT! Although it is cement, it has astro turf between sites, plenty of room for slide outs and tow vehicles, the staff is excellent. I can find nothing I don't like here. I will definitely stay here again!!
We really liked the park, and the hosts were great when we called ahead for a space. Be advised though that the turn into the actual park from the office is tight so keep an eye on your mirrors. Also going through the park (gravel but with trees, some hanging low that could do with a trim and tables and grills at each site), it seems tight. We have a 33' class A towing a dolly with a Honda Element, and we filled the entire pull through from end to end and a little sticking out. Had we dropped the car it would have been a better fit, but we were only staying for 1 night. This seems like just about the right distance to drive coming from Amarillo to say Moab. Restrooms and showers were clean and water was hot in the AM. Would we stay again? Yes.
Only an 8 because the one set of showers that you must drive to, don't lock and only have a shower curtain to separate the two showers from the dressing area. For water, there are spigots around the sites you can get a container and fill and tote back, or some are close enough you can run a hose, fill and disconnect. There are no sewers so if you stay more than a few days you will have to move and dump at a site about 1/2 mile from campgrounds. Getting in was a little challenge, some roads are narrow, and was washed out at one point so it was single lane. Roads are paved in campground and should be no problem for most motor homes /5th wheels. Now the great. For pete's sake it's right on Beaver Lake. Staff is friendly and you can rent boats at the marina, which is about 200 feet from campground. Quiet and patrolled by the sheriff, we felt very safe here.
Great place. Granted sites are dirt but this is Albuquerque. Wi-Fi was the best for our entire 4 week drive around the country. They had 2 dog parks (I only saw one with my dogs, but it was clean with tires set in the ground a table and a bench and plenty of room for my two dogs to run off the energy built up from a day of travel). I was not bothered at all by any noise. Would I stay here again, absolutely.
I gave Portal a 7 for a couple of reasons. The first is I am afraid they are too busy trying to attract buyers into the high end south side where a site goes for 99,000.00 to purchase. Those have a nice pool, spa, showers all with combinations, and a well kept, enclosed grass dog run, along with paved level sites. The North end is like ... well a little neglected. There are fox tails all over the dirt and gravel sites and the enclosed dog run has its share of fox tails along with 85% dirt. The showers for the North side are all by the office (a trek in the morning) and some do not lock just a curtain. The Wi-Fi was in and out the whole time. I think next time we come we will stay elsewhere as although the staff was nice, I just felt like a second class citizen.
I like the site: concrete and pretty level. Wish the dog run had grass instead of rock and was not lighted at night, but the dogs used it just fine! It's great for an overnight, but not being gamblers, the casino was not a draw for us, but had a nice meal with a dollar off for each of us.
The park is a dated and could use some work. Some of the sites look like the could do with a leveling off although ours was fine. WI-Fi was no problem although a little slow (streaming Netflix won't work) but emails etc were fine. It was a little loud being right next to I-30 but we knew the location when we pulled in so that was our choice. Fellow in the office was friendly and helpful. For a 1 night stop this was not that bad.
Only stayed the night while traveling but site was level and people in office were friendly. Lots of trees. I put in 30.00 as the rate but to be honest can't remember exactly but that's in the ballpark.
Very nice people in office, we checked in and found our site with no problem. Ours was a full service site (W/E/S). Had no cable TV, but we pulled in about 10 stations with the trailer antenna. Basically, if you are here for Graceland, you walk through a gate in the park, across a parking lot and you are at the ticket booth. We would stay here again if we were traveling through Memphis.
Happened to see the sign from I-10 and as it was 6:30pm and we were tired we gave it a shot. 5 sites left and a quick night check in and we got to a concrete level site where everything worked as advertised. Very little road noise. Only reason not a 10 was the park lights were a little bright, but I would rather have that then feel unsafe. We would definitely stay here again if we were in the area. (Going to try the free breakfast now.)
Oh my gosh. I wish that everyone could stay here once, but save room for me. These people know how to make a perfect park. Everything is spotless! The rangers even go around and pick up pine cones in the mornings! Everything works and works perfect. I will ALWAYS stay here when we are in the area.
You are staying in a parking lot. There were lots of potholes but wi-fi and cable, water and everything else worked fine. We stayed here because we have learned our lesson and try to get someplace before 6pm. Ok for overnight and everyone was friendly. Would try someplace else next time
We were VERY PLEASED with our 2 night stay here. The staff could not have been nicer, the park was immaculate, and the exhibits at the park were wonderful. We were about 40 mins from Natchez so we dropped the trailer and went around the city that way and it made seeing sites lots easier. Pass by the junk sites at the casinos (unless you are just there to gamble), this park is a gem. Would definitely stay again, and will.
Flagstaff is a tough town to get a room no matter where you stay. If you don't call by about 6pm, you will be out of luck for hotels or campsites. For this reason I think this campgrounds figures you can take it or leave it, because they will be full every night. The drive in, after dark, to our campsite, we were "escorted" by an employee in a golf cart. They drove through the site, stopped and waited for us to negotiate our way between the table and another camper in the next site. There was about 3 inches clearance. When we stopped we were at a downhill angle banked to the right. Being the middle of the night in the dark we slept "off-kilter" and left the next day. If we can avoid Flagstaff in the future we will, otherwise the Walmart lot looks inviting.
I cannot say enough good about this park. The owner was fantastic and would answer the phone til he went to bed (he says about 11). This is SO NICE! The park was quiet and VERY CLEAN. This was ATV heaven and I am pretty sure if we had not called ahead we might not have gotten a space. I would definitely stay here again and again.
All spots were concrete with a table in the grass outside your door. Small trees between each site will grow in a few years to make this park even better. Easy off the freeway, easy to find. WIFI worked without a flaw but if you are calling ahead to get a site after they are closed, asked they put the code on your bill. Water pressure and electric were very good. Quiet at night, but a little bit of morning noise as the residents got in cars to get to work, but really not enough to bother you. Would stay here again.
Sure there were trains, but after being on the road for half a day, checking in, leaving the trailer and driving around to Stevenson Museum (right across the 1.00 toll bridge in Washington) when the trains came by at night they blew their whistle and were gone into the night. The staff was friendly and after we checked in left us alone! I thought it was a great park and quiet except for the occasional train. I would recommend that if you are going to see Multnomah Falls you either stop at the rest area on I-84 and walk the few hundred feet to the falls and visitors center or do as we did and drop the trailer and drive there in your tow vehicle or truck. The roads are hardly wide enough for two Honda civics side by side.
Very clean park, well kept up. Stayed a couple of nights. Pool was clean as was hot tub. Staff was friendly and helpful. Was very quiet at night, and stores were less than 10 miles down the road, big super markets, fast food everything in Newberg, Oregon.
Very nice park. Clean. Staff when we called for reservation and when we checked in were terrific. Only reason did not get a 10 was there was highway noise but not enough to ruin the stay, and hey you are in a trailer pretty much on the highway. Would stay here again.