We stayed here for a week while home hunting in Maricopa. Basic park but lacks a pool. Has very good Wi-Fi. $15 per night with Passport America. And yes, at times the aroma from the cow farm will make your eyes water.
When we last stayed here in 2007 we gave them a 9... this time we only gave a 6. Breakfast, that was provided last visit, was no longer offered. Cable TV reception was very poor... staff said that they would check it, but that did not happen. Wi-Fi has been down for 3 weeks... oh well! Central facilities are very attractive but don't seem to get much use. Next stay in Las Cruces will be somewhere else.
Stayed for 3 nights with a coupon for one night 3 or would have been $30 per night. Sites were some type of gravel and somewhat un-even. WiFi and cable TV included and worked very well. Breakfast on the calender had been canceled for the season. Swimming Pool was closed. Would stay here again for a few nights.
RV park developed at an old plantation. Make sure you take the tour with the owner. Very Louisiana laissez-faire park which is a nice change from some parks that rule you to death. Excellent Cable TV included with park fee. WiFi from sites is very poor: have to go to office. Too many aggressive, badly behaved dogs are off leash, (owner's dogs were okay).
Very friendly people but obviously they aren't experienced RVers. To develop a new park that caters to today's RVers, this park is lacking 30 amp service at some sites; has poor WiFi at sites; no cable TV; the services are at a poor position at the rear of the sites. Our site only had 30 amp service. Water pressure is very low. WiFi at site is bad even with my booster. Very dusty access road right behind our rig and WHO is policing the speeders in the 5 mph area? For what you get this park is VERY over priced!
This was a decent park for visiting the Williamsburg area. A couple of negatives caused me to rate it as soso. For bigger rigs, the roads are very tight. Water collected around and under our rig for days after it rained. Had much mud around the hook up area. If ever in the area again, I would look at another park.
This park needs some TLC. Roads are horrible with large pot holes. Has many family oriented facilities: pool & water slide, basket nets, golf driving range, mini-golf, etc. Sewer is too far back to be convenient; had to buy an additional 10 ft to add to my 25 ft in order to hook up. Wi-Fi is a community system & is very good for a no-charge service. Next time in Fredericton will choose somewhere else.
Couldn't get into the park we targeted so we ended up here. Very narrow roads that made backing in a challenge with a 38' 5er. Had to park my TV away from the site. Not too bad for a few nights visit to the area.
Very nice park with excellent hosts. We stayed here 3 nights before heading to Newfoundland, and 5 nights after our return. We left our 5'er here in storage while we did the NFLD tour. They only charge $5 per day for storage if you are staying a least one night in the park.
Campground is mainly seasonal/permanents. We had site L4 which is a very long pull-through with significant shade. No sewer hook-ups and the dump station is in a very difficult place. Pump truck available. Could not get good cable TV reception. WiFi available at a price: $15 / day or $25 / week. Rate is based on 2 nights on Passport America & 2 nights at full price. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
We were in the group camping area for a rally. Regrettably, the sites in this area were relatively small back-ins with a fairly steep grade. Our site was much higher in the rear but others in our group were very low in the rear. Also these sites were only 30 amp & did not have sewer service. The park has pull through sites with sewer, water, and a mix of both 30 amp & 50 amp service. A little surprised that a new park doesn't have 50 amp & sewer at all sites. The RV park is part of a Garden Center with a 1887 Pullman Dining Car that is used as a restaurant. Mossleigh is less than an hour from Calgary.
This is our third time at this park. Three months this year and the previous year. The park is not getting the TLC that it had been receiving in other years. A lot more needs to be done regarding repairs at sites, landscaping and enforcing guidelines in the areas of parking, pet behavior, etc. Resident organized activities regarding golf and cycling are excellent. Some other comments: Included Cable TV had very limited number of channels. Included Wi-Fi was reliable and the speed was good. HiSpeed Internet was available @ $$$$. Swimming pool was very small. Pets here, however management does not insure that pet guidelines are enforced. The Club House was too small for such a park. No AC and no heat. No kitchen facilities. Has free Long Distance phone from stations in the park. Rate is based on monthly rate.
This is our second time hear, this year for 3 weeks. Compared to our 2 week stay last year, our stay is less enjoyable... grounds are not being well kept, less club house activity, some of the office staff is a little snarly. Seems to be a lot less folks here compared to the same time last year. Main attraction is the beach.
Good for an overnight stay: wouldn't want to be here for an extended stay as sites are very close together. Roads are quite narrow and the entry is quite challenging. Check-in lady was excellent: went through a lot of effort to get us a long enough space so we didn't have to un-hook.
Very nice park & now that they are having the roads it should improve things. + Premium Sites are very long & have a unique setup in sharing a large green space with neighbor - Wi-Fi is slow & keeps dropping - a fair amount of noise from the nearby Interstate. Staff are extremely friendly & helpful.
Newer, full service park just outside of Amarillo. Rates are incredible, $17 per night & pay for 2 nights & get the 3rd night free. Also no charge for laundry. Wi-Fi is poor but they are in the process of upgrading their system. Too bad that the kitchen is being renovated as would have like to try their BBQ.
The premium pull-through site (194) we had was very long. Wi-Fi is available for a fee: didn't buy, used our Telus AirCard. Hot springs and swimming pool is at extra cost. Rate is Canadian price and somewhat over priced, especially when everything is at additional cost. Overall it's better than most RV Resorts in Canada.
This is our second time here. I would have given a higher rating if they had 'WiFi at the site' instead of only at the club house. I can't understand why a high-end resort doesn't have this service. Everything else is outstanding!
This was our second time here. We stayed 3 nights to give us a chance to explore Bryce Canyon. We would have rated it higher but with the lack of cable TV & WiFi that required contact of the service provider (first contacted them on Saturday & no callback) to get access, I could only give it this rating.
We stayed for 4 nights on a freebie providing we attended a Western Horizons sales pitch. Park is quite nice but not as high-end as they try to make it out to be. Cable TV is not available at the park yet. Laundry was especially small & dryers were useless. Also seemed to be having a lot of problems in the bathroom area. The Western Horizons sales presentation was horrible!!!! The representative we initially worked with was mumbling & stumbling a lot of verbage about how great the resorts were & the greatness of the CEO, yet he couldn't or wouldn't directly answer any questions we posed. Not sure if this guy could sell water to a person dying from thirst. THEN, after this hour & 20 minute debacle we were turned over to the CLOSER. After we said we wouldn't, at this time, sign up for the deal, he got real huffy & said that we are banned from coming to this park for the next 2 years. I must say that the antics of these 2 reps had only value for entertainment purposes.
High end resort with lots of vegetation: shrubs on both sides of our lot. Located right next to the marina on San Diego Bay. Although they advertise big rigs, the lots are not very long or wide. Had to park the pickup at another location as there was no room on our lot. Also, the roads are quite narrow so it was quite a challenge to back in with a 38' 5er. Price is steep and the Wi-Fi is an extra cost. Bah Humbug! If we are ever in San Diego again, we would look for another resort.
Very nice park with the main asset being the proximity to the beach. Good social programs including aerobics, golf, Thanksgiving Dinner, weekend breakfasts, etc. Sites are on the small size, with narrow roadways making it somewhat difficult for larger units to manipulate. WiFi & cable work very well. $30 per night includes extra charge for cable... also electrical is extra. If we come back to Texas next winter, we plan to stay here for the month of November.
WiFi very week: kept dropping service. Rate was with GoodSam discount. No pads, just very uneven grass. No sewer at the site. No cable. How can Trailer Life rate it at 8/8.5/8??? It is quite grubby, so I can only rate it at 5. Very disappointed with this park.
Nightly rate based on weekly of $210. Wi-Fi only at club house area... club house only opened at 10:00 but was able to access earlier by sitting outside of club house. Some traffic noise from Interstate 90 but we were at the opposite end so we were okay. Desk staff was excellent. Nicest resort that we've stayed at in the area.
Very good park for visiting the sites around Las Cruces. Nightly rate is high but when you consider it includes WiFi, cable, a continental breakfast every morning & a Friday night marguarita fest, it is reasonable. Hydro-Therapy Spa but no swimming pool.
Spacious drive through sites in a very nice setting. As it is remote it is very quiet with no trains, no trucks, etc. Facilities are old but well taken care of. Other comments: Electric is extra cost at $.13 per KW, even on short term stays. Water pressure is very low, less than 30. Wi-Fi is an extra cost and not very strong.
Not impressed with Voyager. How it became the RV Park of the Year in 1992,2001 & 2004? I'll never know. How can a top rated park not have a full Wi-Fi service? Wi-Fi is not park wide, most people have to go to the hotspot in the registration area. We were lucky as we were across from the computer club. We have a Wi-Fire booster so we could get access from our unit. Not reliable but it worked some of the time. The pull-through site we had was 17x100. Not too much room once you put out your slides. Nightly rate is based on getting a weekly price. Way too expensive for what you get. The other thing that got to me was the speed of the vehicles going through the park which has a 15 MPH limit. Worst of these, were the 'golf cart hot rodders with no respect for pedestrians.
This is a lot-for-sale park that rents spots. Park is still in the development phase. If you like a quiet desert setting this place is hard to beat. Lots are huge. We were here for 12 days: first 5 days were a freebee-listen-to-the sales-pitch (no pressure) and then $170 for an additional week. I would rate it a 10, except for no cable and WiFi at extra cost. By the way, swimming pool & spa is currently going through final testing. We plan to return next year, perhaps for a longer stay.
This is the second time we have stayed here. This time we were next to the road and the traffic noise early in the morning (starting at 5:00AM) and evening from 4:00 - 6:00 pm at times was unbearable. For this reason I'll only give them a 6. Without the noise it would be a 9 or 10. Some other comments: Rate is pro-rated from $460/month. WiFi is now resort-wide at no cost. Service was very good. Pull-through sites are only available on weekly and daily rentals. Electrical is costly at $0.18 per KWH. For the 32 days we were here, we paid $80.00.
We were here for 11 nights. We had a half-price coupon for one week, and paid regular price, less Good Sam Discount, for additional 4 nights. Premium Plus site. WiFi was available from TengoInternet at a cost. Service was excellent except for about an hour early one stormy morning. They keep pull through sites for very short term/club gatherings. BigRigs on maybe some sites??? Our site was difficult to get into, as the road was quite narrow and the site wasn't very deep. Our unit is a 37' 5'ver. Overall, a very nice park with a lot of activities. Close to everything were you can walk to a lot of shopping, restaurants. Downsides: lots of building right next to the park. Also, AROMA from the dairy farm can be hard to take on a hot day!
Very nice park but EXPENSIVE!!!! Good location for visiting San Francisco and Napa wine country. But, roadways are narrow. Also, staff at check-in were teeny-boppers resulting in much confusion. Next day there was adult staff that was very helpful.
Very nice park. Rate was $27 for a premium site, less 15% Passport America discount. $5 per day for WiFi service. Cable & phone are included in the daily rate. No trees for summer shade. Close to the interstate with some some truck noise during the night but not too bad... also occasionally train noise. Staff are very pleasant & helpful.
Stayed for 2 weeks in fall of 2007. Most others are here for the winter. Only some of the 320 sites are available after the summer season. The monthly rate is very reasonable at $325 plus electrical. All the services work well including cable TV and Wi-Fi which are included in the price. Sites are quite large and most rigs would not have a problem with either width or lengh. Only downside was the lack of exercise equipment therefore we did a lot of walking. Also, there is a winery on-site.
Main focus is selling lots. The sites are small-ish. Only 1 pull through developed (more might come in future development. Phone hook-up available via local phone company. Wi-Fi was strong until it went down. Cable also went away at the same time. Beach/boating available across the road.
Stayed a couple of nights to visit family/friends in the area. Lot sizes are huge but would have been nice to have 50 amp & sewer hookups. Had some family members pop over late one night to see our new unit, owners were like a hawk getting to our site for the $5 head tax, for a 20 minute visit... EH!
We stayed for a week to check out the new 5er we had purchased from a nearby dealer. Park could use some improvements: a) especially cleanliness/repairs of the men's washrooms/showers (although my wife indicated that the lady's was fairly decent) b) 50amp service at all large sites. We did enjoy the Saturday evening entertainment.
Great location for access to the Strip. Really is a resort with full facilities including a workout room. Some noise from planes in the evening & trucks using retarders on the interstate in the early morning... but really not bad. Didn't hear any noise from the high rise construction that others had mentioned. The shuttle service is quite good but the one from the hotel only took you to the Mandalay Bay & you had to transfer to another. I would not hesitate to stay here whenever we visit Vegas.
WOW: cleanest resort I've seen. If you use their shower/toilet rooms you log in, get a key. Once you're done they clean the unit. All services are included and work well including cable and site Wi-Fi. Staff is VERY helpful and friendly. Would definitely stay here again.
Good: close to city bus service to get to downtown. Very friendly & helpful office staff. Very good WiFi service. Poor: was assigned a short, narrow site on a narrow road... had to dodge trees to setup & leave. Management doesn't monitor trashy sites & noisy dogs. Washrooms need a makeover. Okay for a short visit to the area, but there are other parks we visited that are far superior.
Clarification: The Nightly Rate is based on a month's stay. WiFi is at a cost from a service provider. Cable is available at a few sites at the perimeter of the park, next to a busy road. This park is WAY WAY past its prime. The grounds, buildings, etc., are in need of improvements in cleanliness, maintenance & upgrading. Of the 3 washroom/shower facilities, only one's cleanliness is passable. The park caters to regulars who return each year for the winter. Has lots and lots of park models, quite a few are 'run down.' Compared to other Wilder Resorts we've visited in the valley, one has to wonder why this one is so neglected. Maybe, this is why this park has so many vacancies while most other parks in the area have very few. The only good thing that I can say is that there are plenty of activities, especially if you are into dancing & crafts. If they had any flexibility on refunds for pre-paid periods, we would have been out of here weeks ago.
This park caters to the seasonal and year round crowd. I estimate that more than half the units are park models. I found, as a younger (63) newcomer, I didn't fit in as much as I would have liked due to the socializing was amongst those that had been coming here for years. Plenty to do as they had excellent facilities with a large number of planned activities. Near a main railway line so it takes a while to get used to the rumbling and whistles during the night. From time to time, there is quite an odor from the dairy farms in the area. Some Pull-Through sites but seems to be for those that arrive early before their booked site is ready or short term-ers. We were charged the monthly rate for the month we spent here. Not sure of the daily rate.
We had initially booked for a month but now we are moving on after 4 nights. We decide to leave due to constant noise from the Interstate & the train horns throughout the night. Also, there is no one here (out of the 360+ lots there are less than 60 units) so this cuts down on the socializing. The other thing that is annoying is they want the nose of the units close to the roadway but the services (ews) are way in the back. My unit has the water and electric connection at the rear, so I was okay with my water hose but had to use a extension for my power. My cable & sewer connection are mid-unit so I had to purchase a 50ft cable to make the connect, while the sewer connect is 30+ feet & I only carry 20 feet. As an RV park, it has some excellent facilities, but I would only consider it as a stopover for a few days.
This is a great park with great facilities & programs. The only complaint I have is the noise from the road nearby & occasionally from the lemon fields. The road has a lot of early morning (starts @ 5:00) noise from farm vehicles (trucks & busses). Also, on cold nights the wind fans at the lemon fields sound like a bunch of helicopters. If visiting this park, try to get a site away from the mail road.
Not a bad park for a short term visit to the area, although there are quite a number of seasonal RVers. We were in an older section that needed some work including getting the cable system fixed. Had a great view of Laughlin from our site. This park needs to invest in some TLC to get the facilities in top shape.