This is a great location, easy accessible to I-5 yet quiet. The staff is very welcoming and the newspaper and mints with Wi-Fi code are a great idea. We stayed in a super site for large rigs, gravel with a concrete parking pad. It was good for leaving towed vehicle hooked up, however, very downhill at the back. Our only complaint, not a big problem, is that the patio is set up for 5th wheels and not motorhomes. In order to fit on the concrete pad, the front door ends up being well past the patio area. This made stepping out a little treacherous as it is river rock on each side of the patio. We have stayed here three times and will stay again.
First the positives: Easy access to the highway, paved roads, paved sites, code/gate for security, & minimal highway noise. Now the negatives: NOT big rig friendly! There are 40 pull through sites that are unusable due to large boulders placed to protect the grass. If they were considerate of their campers, they would remove these as serious damage could and has occurred as stated in other reviews. Avoid the pull throughs! The back in sites are very short; we barely fit into ours without an inch to spare. Also, I had trouble making reservations on the phone. The person with whom I spoke was not professional, and I was not sure if we would have a reservation or not as he took no information over the phone. Upon check in, the female attendant could not find our reservation, then would not give us the requested site as she stated, "we were staying so long". We were staying for one week. Obviously, a lot of visitors are staying here for one night while passing through. As we entered the site area, we noticed the place was practically empty. She acted as if they were doing us a favor to allow us to stay here. Honestly, I don't think they care if they have any campers or not. Just seems like they are out to make a quick buck with the exception of all the permanents paying by the month. The golf course is not nice, the grounds are not that well kept, and we had a problem with ants getting into our coach as they were all over the ground in the utility area. Guests are presented with five pages of rules upon check-in, water pressure was on the low side, and there is no wi-fi service. This is our second time to try this park and will be our last. It isn't because we can't make due with the tight sites or worth the high price. It is because of the unfriendly staff, lack of appreciation of their guests, and general care of the park.
This campground is OK for an overnight stay as there are few RV parks along this stretch of I-5. The rate stated here is the Enjoy America rate. You will be escorted to your site, which is always nice, and the pull-throughs are adequate for a big rig towing. All 50 amp, full hook-up, gravel which was mostly level. The biggest complaint was that the sites were very close together and they placed other incoming RV's right next to each other, instead of spreading us out, although the park was not very full. Our neighbor set up his grill to cook dinner and it was literally two feet away from our expensive, new SUV. Not happy about grease, smoke and heat on our vehicle. There are a number of permanent residents and the park is a little old and worn. A previous review said the campground was quiet but we did not get a good night's sleep. Mostly because of the close proximity with your neighbor, noise from I-5 and a resident with a loud motorcycle. Would recommend the campground only if you must stop in this area, the next campground headed north is over 100 miles away.
This park is a little off 1-10 in the middle of nowhere. It is full of permanent residents with a small temporary section of pull through sites. Everything looked neat and clean. We assume the park was built long ago, for towables, because of the placement of utilities. Also, not that big rig friendly for staying hooked-up because of the concrete patio location and the planted palm trees at the front of each lot. Too hard to pull through without hitting the concrete or the palm trees due to the narrowness. This is O.K. for an overnight stop but next time we will pass it by.
We are happy to see the park open again by Lazy Days. The security, sites, & facilities are about as good as it gets. As a repeat guest over the years, we highly recommend as big rig friendly and an all around great place to stay by the night, week or month.
We have stayed at this park multiple times and always enjoy stopping over for the night. Always clean with nice facilities. Our only dislikes are that the pull throughs are all side by side hook up and the regular sites are too short for a big rig towing to stay hooked-up. At check-in we were told they are 59 ft. long which is why we had to pay extra for a premium site. The premium sites are huge but too pricey. Cannot rate the park higher because it is not gated or all pavement. However, this is a nice park and nice costs more.
This is a good park while traveling 1-10. Easy access, security, cable, Wi-Fi and very clean. We stayed here in the past when it was a KOA. Improvements have been made with the patio areas and even the BBQ grills were spotless. Our only complaint is that the sites are barely long enough for a big rig, towing, to stay hooked-up. This is typical for parks built long ago. Be sure to ask for the longest sites if in a larger RV. We recommend the park and we will be staying here again.
This park is very handy and great for the price and location. The sites have a concrete pad and full hook ups. The negatives are: highway noise and the sites are close together. Also, be sure to call for availability as most of the park is full of permanent residents with fewer sites for folks passing through. It is also a popular park for those attending Texas Tech sports events so it sold out the weekend we were in town. We will definitely stay here again and do recommend this park as big rig friendly.
Easy to get to this park and it is a nice place. Many of the sites are too hilly but we had a long-level pull through for a one night stay. All paved and nice facilities. The negatives: no sign to tell you which entrance to enter, laundry room too small, full of permanent residents, highway noise galore. Our biggest problem was with a lady on the staff. We called ahead to reserve a site and were immediately told to hold on. She put the phone down on the desk so we could hear the conversation at the check in area, how unprofessional! Then, she forgot about us and after about 10 minutes of waiting and actually shouting hello to get her attention, she started to dial the phone to make a call! My husband shouted that someone was on the line and then she responded. He let her know she had forgotten us and tried to hand the phone to me to make reservations. At that time she was abrupt and just took our last name from him and said to come on in. She obviously did not want to talk on the phone as if we were bothering her. We hung up wondering if we would have a reserved site or not. When we arrived the next day, we found that she did not print up a reservation as she literally took no information from us beforehand. Although we were pleasant and did not mention the phone call, she was rude when we arrived and handed us over to her husband. He was very nice and gave us an excellent site so we could stay hooked up. She acted like they were doing us a favor to let us stay! Obviously, this is a work camper who does not like people or her job. This was absolutely the worst reservation/call experience we have ever had and we are full time. Despite the negatives, this is the nicest, newest park we have seen in the area and we would stay again. Big rigs, make sure you request a level, non-hill site. We can not rate this park any higher due to all the negatives.
This park was good for an overnight stop. We called ahead because they only have 16 pull throughs that could fit a big rig. Site was full hook up, fairly level and has easy access to the highway. The down side was they had the laundry room closed and we really needed to do laundry. There is a train track very close and it came by once about 5:30 a.m. The price is a bit too high for this park as most KOA parks through the U.S. We would stay again overnight as there aren't many choices along I-44.
This is a great overnight stop with easy access off I-80. It is big rig friendly! Our site was dirt but long and level. Staff was friendly. Can't give this park higher ratings with dirt, dusty roads, no security, etc. However, it is a good place to stay a day or two and we would stay again.
This is by far the nicest park in the area and not our first time to visit this park. We suggest calling and checking availability ahead of time as they fill up on week-ends and we could not get a site until Sunday afternoon. The sites are paved and pull throughs are side by side: not our favorite configuration. We could not get a back in, would suggest those sites for a more enjoyable experience. Facilities are really nice and they have diesel and gasoline near check-in. We did notice that the park was not as well kept as before. Trees were needing trimming to keep from scraping the roof. Firepits were full of ashes, bbq grills full of coals, cigarette butts everywhere and concrete needed blowing off. However, they did not get a chance to clean our site as we checked in early. We never did see anyone cleaning sites during our 5 night stay. We recommend this park as true big rig friendly.
The park is in a good location for the area and is clean and quiet. Our site was a full hook up 50 amp and very long but not very level. The roads are dirt/gravel and sites are grass. Many sites were not big rig friendly and even more un-level than ours was. Nothing special about this park and not as big rig friendly as specified. We would stay again for an overnight stop.
We would not recommend this park for big rigs towing. Although they present themselves as big rig accessable, they are not. Roads are narrow and tight and may require un-hooking. Trees need trimming and hit your coach. Sites are narrow, close together and only a few are long enough. The park was clean and is tucked away in a business area. The price is really expensive for a park such as this! We only stayed because our favorite park was sold out for the week-end. We carefully and slowly left as soon as we could get into the other nice, big rig friendly park. We would not stay again.
This is a nice and quiet park for the price. With a free players card you will receive $5.00 off the nightly rate. We were in a long and level pull-thru, concrete site. The park was well maintained and is patrolled for security. It is not a 10 because it does not have resort facilities and is not gated. It is a great place to stay a few days and we will stay again.
This is a good park for an overnight stay. The site was a full hook up, pull thru that was very long and level. Easy in and out with diesel fuel at the same exit. The park was clean and the host friendly.
Best park in the entire area including Midland or Odessa. We have stayed multiple times in the large, big rig friendly sites. Very long sites with a little privacy fence between them, full hook up with 50 amp. They don't have many of them so be sure to call ahead for reservations. The office closes down at certain hours during the day but opens back up for the evening. The roads in this park are easy to maneuver a large rig. We will continue to stay in here when passing through the area.
Our favorite park in Amarillo. It is by far, the best park you will ever encounter for $24.00 per night. All concrete, level pads, paved roads, nice facilities and amenities. Wonderful for the price. If only all parks were like this one! We return at least once per year and will continue to stay here.
We have stayed here several times in the pull-through sites. We prefer the super-sized sites near the office as they are very long so a big rig can stay hooked up overnight. The other sites are a little on the short side so must unhook your toad. The sites on the end, closest to the entrance road are the best of the normal pull-throughs. If you pull in all the way to the office to check-in, you will have to turn around and circle through the park to get back to your site. Not the best set-up but this is a nice, quiet and clean park otherwise and we will continue to stop there when visiting the area.
The nicest of any state park we have visited in Colorado. This is especially true for "D" loop. Beautiful bath house and laundry facility. Sites are spaced very far apart with full hook-up, paved and nice views of the foothills or reservoir. The only down side is there is a limit of 14 days per 45 day period. Highly recommend it, but make sure you get reservations in advance as the park sells out quickly.
Our second stay at this park and we highly recommend it. It is by far the best park in the area and very convenient to Yellowstone. The staff is friendly and helpful, sites are very nice. We stayed in the newest section which they just finished and they gave us a discount if we were willing to stay off the newly planted grass. We will continue to stay at this park on all our visits to Yellowstone.
Convenient for an over night stop. In an industrial area, behind oil storage containers. Full hook up, pull through with side by side arrangement which is not our favorite. Entire park is gravel and our site was really unlevel so we had to park crooked in order to fit and be able to level our motorhome. We were disturbed from our sleep way after quiet hours by an extremely late arrival who had trouble leveling his fifth wheel. It is not the fault of the park, but we needed a good night's sleep for a very early and long travel day ahead and this is not acceptable. The bottom line is there are not many choices along the I-80 corridor and just have to deal with the lack of nice parks for overnight stops.
The sites with full hook ups have nice paved pads. I like the great views of the front range. The big problem is that the roads are not paved and there is so much dust that you can't sit outside without choking. Our rig and toad were so encrusted with dirt that it took forever to get everything clean when we left. Everyone drives way too fast down the dirt roads, including the rangers and volunteer staff, which only kicks up more dust. Overall, we like this park, but will not stay again until they pave the full hook up section of the park. The non-sewer sites have paved roads so for a few nights stay we would recommend those sections.
We stayed for one night while traveling and it was fine for a night. Call ahead for reservations if you want 50 amp as there are only about twelve 50 amp sites. Fortunately, we did call ahead and had 50 amp. The site was a paved, pull through and we barely fit with a big rig towing. Had to pull all the way up to the very front which made us unlevel. The sewer connection is to the very back of the sites,so ours would not reach with a big rig with tow attached so we had to dump first, then do without sewer in order to fit. Although the park had a clean appearance, the garbage dumpsters had not been emptied in so long that people were just placing their trash on the ground next to the dumpsters. Unsightly and unacceptable! If a pool is important to you, this one will not please. On a positive note: the employees were very friendly and offered helpful information. We would stay here again for an overnight stop but we would not consider this park a destination.
Our rate reflects RPI membership rate. The south side of the park has paved sites with full hook-ups. Our site was level and there are many sites that can hold a big rig. Satellite here can be difficult due to trees and some sites are tight to get in an out. The only real complaint is that they have a new policy to prevent RPI members from choosing a site on the North side. Also, there are ways to get around all the security gates so not as secure as we expected. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
We were pleased with this park. First of all, the staff was GREAT. The site was a back-in, paved with nice landscaping. The big complaint here was the size of most of the sites. Too short for a big rig and way too close together. We had no room for our car and our car is really tiny. We were told when calling for a reservation that there were no sites available that were longer. After we got here and stayed a week, we noticed other sites that were either longer or had a wider front to park the car. They stayed mostly empty so don't know why that happened. Cannot give it a 10 because of the sites and no security. Otherwise, it is one of the nicer parks along 101 in that area.
We actually liked this park because of the following: Big rig friendly, long and level pull throughs with full hook-ups, no trees to block satellite, good security, quiet, easy access off Hwy. 101. There is no pavement in the park and it can become a mess when it rains. The only real complaint was the management. The lady seemed overwhelmed with her computer/job responsibilities each time we needed help and was a little bit cranky. When given the wrong code, by her, to get in the gate, we pushed the call button about 7:30 p.m. She said in an annoyed tone of voice, "What do you want?" Not a good thing to say. However, it was a good park and we would stay again.
This is our second visit to this park for one night. We recommend the new "super" sites if you have a rig of large size. Our site was great! Paved, very long, level, full-hook up and wide open for satellite. Easy in and out for a big rig. The older sections of the park can be very tight and there is a very old, narrow bridge to cross. A lot of trees to get in the way in the older sections. We cannot give the park a 10 as others have because a 10 means it cannot get any better than this. There is room for improvement, such as a security gate, nicer clubhouse, pool and no scheduled activities, etc. We like the new sites though and will stay again.
This is by far the best campground we visited in the area. The site we had was a pull through and was of good size for a big rig. Ours was extremely level which was a pleasant surprise. It is a little tricky to drive onto the concrete strips and it required a long sewer hose as the connection was at the very back of the site. The roads are quite narrow but not a problem. There is a bit of road noise and no security. Everything was really clean and the staff was friendly as well as helpful. We would recommend the park and would stay again.
The park is a shabby mobile home park with some sites for overnight campers. Our site was a long pull-through that fit our big rig with tow for a overnight stop. We had a full-hook up with 50 amp but the site was un-level and the sewer connection was all the way to the back so we could not reach it if we wanted to keep our car hooked up. The sites are also side-by-side hook-ups, which we happen to dislike very much. Tent campers came in, one after another, right across from the RV's. No frills park, but only place to stay in the entire area. We will drive farther and pass this park up the next time we are in the area.
The park is not worth the price. It is a newer park, and our site was a long pull through with full-hookups, big rig friendly. The site was gravel and terribly unlevel as well as side-by-side hook-ups which we really dislike. We are amazed that most parks cannot build a level site whether concrete, gravel or dirt. Also, full of permanent residents with no security. Making reservations by phone was difficult, as we happened to get the new person who did not know how to use their computer system. It took 20 min. of our cell minutes, placed on hold several times, and a lot of patience! They have put some effort into the clubhouse and nice grass which was well groomed. It is the nicest park we saw in Elko but expensive for an average site. It has much room for improvement so cannot give it a higher rating.
This park is OK for a night or two. Our site was in the newest section, extra long pull throughs, big rig friendly. The gravel was new and not packed down yet but level enough, with full-hook up, 50 amp service. This is the nicest of all the other campgrounds that we saw in the area.
Our second time to stay here and we were not disappointed. The sites are all pavement, huge and the most level of any in the U.S. No need for leveling here. Big rig friendly and helpful staff. They prove that a beautiful park with great amenities can be provided for a very reasonable price. We wish all parks were this great. The only reason we cannot give a 10 is because there is no security gate. However, this is a rural setting and seems very safe. We highly recommend this park to everyone and we will stay over and over again in the future.
This park is very convenient to I-35 while passing through the area. We had a deluxe pull through, gravel site in the newest section of the park. When we called for a reservation, the girl tried to put us in a site way too small for our rig. We had to request the bigger site. The site was level and long enough for our big rig and tow. We were greeted by security personnel which did make us feel like the park was safe. On the negative side, things were looking un-kept. All grass needed weeding and mowing, our utility area had plug ins that are no longer in use like the sites were once side by side. The sewer connection was not capped and had no threads for a screw on connector. The WiFi code would not work for both of us, and once logged in on our smartphone then would not work on our computer. Road noise from the interstate was loud for a good night's sleep. Office personnel should be more knowledgeable when given the length of a rig and tow to place customers in an appropriate site for their size. Our biggest complaint: the PRICE, $50.00 after our discount! They are charging everyone for their events they have going on for the children whether you have children or not. Nice for families but too pricey for the campground itself for us full-timers looking for a nice place to stay.
This park is brand new, all paved and big rig friendly. Facilities are all beautiful. Our site was a 80 ft. pull-thru with full hook-ups. One negative is that the concrete pads are very narrow and our site was unlevel so we were leaning severely. We would expect concrete to be more level. There is no security gate which is another reason we would not give it a 10. However, we will stay here again and recommend this park.
Easy access from I-40 for an overnight stop. We had a very long, and very level pull through, full hook-up. Our site was the only site that was paved. Most are side by side hook-ups but ours was not. It is a typical KOA otherwise both price wise (overpriced) and in appearance. It is just fine for overnight if needing to stay in the area.
We stayed in D Loop which is big rig friendly. Our site was paved and fairly level, a long pull-thru with 50 amp and full hook-ups. This park is great for the following reasons: Sites are really far apart and offer great privacy, spotless restrooms and laundry facilities, wonderful trails for walking, running or biking, beautiful mountain views, and great security patrol by park rangers to name a few. Convenient to shopping and amenities is also a plus. The only bad thing is that there is a 14 day camping limit within a 45 day period. We highly recommend and will stay here again and again.
Choices are limited in this area so the location is convenient but it is not a nice park. All dirt, dusty roads. Hilly and narrow to navigate. We did have a long pull-through with 50 amp and full hook-ups. Would not stay again unless we had no other choice.
Friendly staff, easy access from 1-25, majority pull-through for easy overnight, some with paved patios if you pay extra. We had to ask to change sites due to the length and un-levelness of our site. Beware that some of the turns can be a little tight and if you pull up to the office to check-in you will mostly likely have to turn around in the park.
Stayed one night while passing through. Nice facilities, long and level pull-through with full hook ups. Big rig friendly. The only negatives were no security and upon check-in we were informed that we must have our sewer hose on a raised ramp. They actually made us sign a form stating we would ramp our hose. We do not carry a hose ramp or slinky with us and had to stack up leveling blocks to create one. This is our first experience with this sort of requirement across the U.S. We would stay again despite the hose requirement.
This is a OK stop for overnight, good price, friendly staff, clean, level sites. The pull through sites are a strange set up. The concrete patio is in the middle of the site which doesn't work well for a motor home. Narrow getting in due to utilities and this patio. Obviously built a long time ago for smaller units. Not all that big rig friendly, mostly full of travel trailers and seasonals. Nothing nearby for dining, shopping or supplies. Will probably pass them by the next time.
We have stayed at this park every time we travel across I-10, about twice per year. The price is higher than others but nice costs more. Beautiful facilities, level pull throughs, great location. The only reason it is not a 10 is because the sites are gravel and not concrete. We will continue to stay here again and again and highly recommend this park.
We stay here every time we are traveling I-10, about twice per year. This park is excellent, level pull throughs, nice facilities, breakfast included. The only reason it is not a 10 is because the sites are gravel. The price is a little more than others in the area but nice costs more. We highly recommend and will continue to visit this park in the future.
We liked our site at this park, which was a long, level pull through. The parks in this part of Texas are all old and run-down. However, this park is not run down and we found it to be more than adequate. The staff was friendly, easy to find and big rig friendly. We will stay again when we are passing through the area.
We agree with the other reviews. Great concrete sites and roads, big rig friendly, wonderful, private baths. Only reason it is not a 10 is no security. However, we felt very safe. Will definitely stay here every time we are passing through.
Good park for the Thousand Trails network (actually this park is a NACO/ELS). Our rate was with RPI (Resort Parks International) and for a 50 amp site. Good security, sites are large with a nice amount of space in-between,quiet, good lake access, and well maintained pool area, mini golf ,and club house. Everything was freshly mowed. The down sides: sites are all back-in, not level, 90 percent of the park has no sewer, and only 30 amp. We realize these parks were built back in the late 70's, so it is what it is. We would stay here again.
Big rig friendly, pull-through, 50 amp, gravel with concrete patio. Fairly level, clean and easy off and on 1-25. Good park for our overnight stop. We will stay here again the next time we are in the area.
This park had some negatives. We had a site for big rigs, 50 amp, full hook up, some gravel but mostly dirt. The entry and interior roads are really tight for big rigs. Narrow, winding, a lot of trees, our site was in the back so a lot of driving through the entire park. Our site backed up to a hill and we had to back up into the dirt in order to fit. It rained and there was a lot of standing water up there. Also, a lot of road noise from 1-25, not peaceful. Although the park is open all year, they were turning the water off for the winter the day we left. Although the park worked out for us, we would probably not return. Would not deal with the hassle of the tight roads and sites again.
Great park! Long, level pull through sites, all paved, 50 amp, cable, wifi, on-site restaurant and RV services. The only reason we can't give it a 10 is no security gate. We wish all campgrounds were this nice for $20.00. We can't wait to stay again when passing through and highly recommend this campground.
The price per night reflects a weekly rate for a premium site in the off season. The park is a 10 in every way. Beautiful, paved sites, good internet, 50 amp. Wonderful pool and club house facilities and great security. The location is perfect for visiting the area. Do not understand the other complaints, especially about the dead trees as the pine beetle has attacked a lot of forests in Colorado and this park cannot control nature. We are full-time and are in a different park each week. This park is up there with the best we have seen, you always get what you pay for and nice costs more! We recommend this park and will definitely stay here again.
Long sites for big rigs with 50 amp, full hook-ups, cable, Wi-Fi for a fee after 24 hours. Clean, friendly staff upon check-in. Pretty quiet park with easy access to 1-70, dining, fuel, etc. The park is mostly long term, worker-type, with a couple of streets in the middle for short term campers. Sites were a little too close together for us, but room for slides. We would recommend this park for a night or two, we would stay again while passing through.
Big rig sites are very long and level. 50 amp, full hook-up, cable TV and WiFi, clean restrooms. We did have trouble with not enough room for our four slides due to trees, and still reach utilities, but we were able to move to a different site. Some trees throughout the park could stand trimming. This park was by far the nicest in this town as we looked at the others. Great for a couple of days to visit the National Parks nearby. The town of Green River has nothing to offer in the way of dining or groceries. We would stay here again and would recommend the park for a convenient place to spend the night.
Sites at this park are side by side hook ups. Too close, too short, not level, cable TV cord runs on the ground. 50 amp and full hook-up is a plus. The bathrooms were very large with many sinks and showers. It is an older park so not sure they can do much about the way the sites are. Most of the parks in this area are old, dusty and unattractive. We would not stay here again but it's hard to complain about $10.00 C2C rate per night.
The facilities and sites are some of the best we have seen while full timing: all paved, 50 amp, premium site. Wonderful security as well. However, we are unable to give the park the highest rating because of the bad location. It is near an oil refinery and the smell is unbearable. Also, close to the freeway, so noisy, industrial surroundings, sites too close together, and not easy on to I-15 southbound. It is sad that so much effort and money went into this bad location. Otherwise, it would be a 10. We would recommend only for an overnight stay and will probably not stay here again.
Nice little campground for easy off and on I-15. We had a long and level pull-through with 50 amp. Friendly owner also. Again, we don't understand a rating of 10 by others. We are full-time and are in hundreds of parks, this is not a 10. There are no facilities here, un-paved roads and sites. (Only all paved, complete facilities and amenities deserve the highest rating.) This park is very adequate and we liked it and we would stay here again while passing through this area.
This park has wonderful views if you pay for a premium motorhome site. We stayed in the motorcoach only section. It is nice, new, clean, with a friendly staff. We cannot give this park a 10 because it is not complete. Also, it is very expensive, no security, site un-paved and facilities are shared with the KOA. (Why do some rate this a 10? If there is room for improvement then it is not a 10.) They are working on this park and the owners are doing it with great care and attention. We would recommend this park and we would stay here again.
This park has easy access from I-90, clean, roomy roads for making turns with no obstructions, 50 amp, good satellite reception, and level pull throughs. The only complaint would be that the sewer hook-up is all the way to the back of the site so must unhook your toad. Also, there is no security but we felt safe here. The rate we paid was based on a weekly rate. We would recommend this park for those with big rigs and would stay here again.
The only reason we would not give this park a 10 is because of the unpaved roads. It was a great park, personal touches made us feel welcome, great landscaping, friendly staff, beautiful bath house facility, level and long sites for big rigs, full hook-ups with 50 amp. No negatives except for the dirt roads, understandable for such a short season. We highly recommend this park and would definitely stay here again.
Our site was in the former storage area but we chose this because it was the only 50 amp available. Site was gravel and downhill in the front, also, not very deep but we fit just fine. The pull-throughs are very long to accommodate big rigs but not sure if they are 50 amp. The park was quiet, the staff helpful, and it is gated for security. Easy in and out location and convenient to area attractions. We would stay here again.
Wonderful park. Big rig friendly, sites are concrete, 50 amp, on-site diesel fuel and RV wash. Well maintained and good security patrol. The only reason we cannot give this a 10 is because: sites were not very level, no cable, pull-throughs are side-by-side hook-ups so you are very close to the neighbor with slides extended. We would recommend this park to all and will stay here again in the future.
The park has nice pull throughs for big rigs. Everything is paved with full hook-ups and 50 amp. One complaint is that the pavement is starting to need repair. Part of our site was caving in so it was not very level. We had heavy rains every night and our sewer connection was underwater the entire time due to poor drainage. The back in campsites are in small cul-de-sacs. Most will not work for a larger RV, so keep that in mind when making reservations. The restrooms were clean but very dated. We would recommend this park and would stay here again.
The park has paved roads, long level pull throughs that are grass, no tight turns, no trees to obstruct the satellite, 50 amp, and an excellent staff. Good place to stay while in Elkhart for repairs. Close to the highway so it is very convenient. The only negative is that the restrooms are somewhat dated. We would stay here again.
The good: Easy on and off the highway and convenient to the attractions. The bathrooms are private and nicer than most we have seen as well as clean. 50 amp full hook-up is common. Cable is provided and there are many pull throughs that can accommodate a big rig. Wi-Fi available but not included in the price. Gravel sites and roads that are wide so turns are no problem. The Bad: Too expensive, the price here represents a weekly rate which is cheaper than by the night. The premium pull-through sites were long but narrow. Not enough room to set up chairs outside without a steep drop-off. Our site was terribly un-level in all directions. Some of the other sites looked more level than ours was. The sites have an un-kept look. Weeds everywhere and appears no one mows or weed-eats. It looks like they spend their money on the pools, etc. instead of spending any time maintaining the actual camp-sites. The priority at this park is having things for kids like the water slide, etc. The roads are really dusty and there is a lot of golf-cart and car traffic. This covers your rig with dust. We heard golf-carts driving around well after midnight. You can hear the noise from highway 15, 24 hours per day. So, if you want a level site and any form of peace and quiet, don't stay here. In conclusion, we drove to all of the other RV parks in Gettysburg and this is the nicest and most accessible park in the area. However, we will definitely not stay here or at any park in town again.
Nice park! We used our RPI membership and only stayed one night while passing through. They can accommodate a big rig in the pull throughs but don't expect 50 amp in those sites. The park was very easy to get to off of I-70 and looked like it was very well maintained. Our only complaint is that they have trees that need trimming. We had to carefully maneuver around tree limbs to keep from scratching up our coach. It is a great place to stop for a day or two and we would definitely stay here again.
This is a cute little park. The sites are grass and ours was a big rig site which was very deep and level. The owners are nice and work very hard to please. They only have a few sites that can fit a big rig and ours was a back-in. Some of the roads were tight and something large would not be able to maneuver but they know that and assign a site that you can get to. We liked the park and would stay here again.
We loved this park. It is the best park we have found in the entire state of New York. First of all, no tents and no seasonals here, which is refreshing. Everything is paved and very nice and neat. The only reason we can't give them a 10 is because the pull throughs are hard to get into. We had to inch our way into the site due to trees, a utility post and a tall pole at each site with the site number on them(this would not stop us from staying here though). They gave us a 15% discount with one of our club memberships and even if we had paid full price, this park gives you a lot of bang for the buck. We have been paying much higher prices up in the northeast for parks that are no where near this nice. Be sure to make reservations during peak season as they have a convention center. It took us three times to get in as they were booked up. We are full-timers and see a lot of parks, so we are pleased to say we highly recommend this park.
Nicely maintained park, quiet, with only 7 paved pull through sites for big rigs. It is a little tight maneuvering. We have the following complaints. To make reservations you must send them a deposit by check in the mail(they do not except credit cards). How old fashioned and inconvenient! Don't follow their directions to approach on Log Cabin Rd. It is a bad road, pavement caving in, narrow, and a tight right turn. If in a big rig, come another way! No security. Our site was bad, unlevel and a soggy mess due to poor drainage. Could not access our storage or utilities without getting our feet wet. Site had no privacy, next to a seasonal and two other campers that were very close. Ninety percent seasonals in this park, it felt like camping in a trailer park. They decided to mow the grass at our site the day after a heavy rain and blew wet grass all over the pavement which we had to step in for 5 days. No cable connection at our post so we had to stretch a long cable across our site to the one next door. We found out after we got settled that they do not allow the use of your own washer dryer (must use their laundromat). Their policies are not posted on their web-site and if we had known, we would not have stayed there. We are full-time and this is very important to us. In conclusion, for $53.00 per night (they honor no club discounts of any kind), we would expect to not be sandwiched among seasonals, have a site that is pleasant, relaxing and use a little water and electricity. We would not recommend this park to anyone and we would definitely not stay there again.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this park. The location is convenient to Acadia and Bar Harbor as it only takes 10 minutes to get everywhere. We had a back-in site with an ocean view. The sites in that area are short and it can be tight getting in or out when full. The ocean-front sights are very close together and sometimes front doors will be facing each other when motorhomes "nose in" among trailers. The views are very nice in the water front area, however, they are at a premium price for small sites. The interior back-in sites are really large and the pull-throughs are very long and can accommodate larger rigs. The facilities are nice and satellite is no problem with the exception of a small, forested area. Cable is provided. The staff is friendly and helpful with a smile. We would recommend this park and would stay here again but would probably ask for an interior site as they are much bigger.
Enjoyed our stay. Our site was a long pull-through, easy in and out for a big rig. The park is very well maintained and has nice facilities. It is mostly seasonals but everything is nice and neat. There is no gate for security but it's in a nice area so we felt safe staying there. Satellite is difficult to get because of the trees and they do not have cable TV. The road leading to the park is narrow and winding with a few low hanging trees. We prefer not to stay at parks without easy access to the highway, but this would not keep us from staying there again.
This is a nice little park. There is a small lake for swimming, fishing and boat rental as well as a water slide for children. Our site was large with strong Wi-Fi, cable TV, 50 amp and sewer. Security was good, the owners were nice and the park is well maintained. There were some activities on the week-end and the location is convenient to scenic drives in the area. We would stay here again.
Our site was a paved, pull through. The park is a little tight for big rigs. It is quiet and small with a lot of seasonals (mostly elderly adults). It is all right for a night or two but not a destination park. We would probably not stay here again.
For this price we would expect the park to be in better shape. The grass needed mowing, weeds around the pool, etc. This is another park claiming to be big rig friendly, but it is not. The security gate arm would not raise up enough to keep it from scraping our rig. The roads were too tight with a lot of obstacles. The site was level and deep enough, but the hookups were too far back, and the exposed water lines were made of a questionable material. Overall, we would not recommend this park and would not stay here again.
This is a very nice park. The staff is very friendly and the park is well-maintained. They have a number of sites that will work for a big rig. We did not like the first site we were assigned as it was too short, unlevel and had a low hanging tree limb. We asked to move to a deeper and more level site. They were fully booked but did have a site for us that was better and allowed us to move. Security was good. This is more of a family park and was loud and crowded on the week-end because of the excellent recreation facilities. The only other negative is that the location is remote and there is no easy way to get there without going down narrow back-roads. The roads are not ideal for those of us with "big rigs". Overall, we enjoyed our stay.