This is a lovely little park tucked back into a wooded cove with direct access to the beach. It is amazingly quiet due to the trees and the fact that it is set down away from the road. We were here when it was almost empty. The sites seemed narrow and we did not like the extra charges for each child and each dog (levied nightly), but the setting was nice and it was very convenient to visit Mendocino from here.
We have stayed here three times and love the location by the river and walking distance to the town of Golden. There is a walking /bike trail that runs along the river and a town pool and park just around the corner. The spaces are tight and there is only one pull through. The park is small but we managed with a 40' motorhome, and it is only 20 minutes by car from downtown Denver.
Full hookups with good WiFi in a large gravel park. The location is very convenient for wine country and close enough to San Francisco. The price is good for this area and easy access from highway 101. Do watch the swale as you enter the park. It is at that perfect angle to rock everything off the hangers and shelves in your closet.
24 states and this is one of my favorite parks. We work as we travel, so like being able to walk and bike within the park itself. Huge sites, well maintained, secure, good location for San Diego with good nightly rates. Lakes, pool and hot tub. We liked the RV resort feel of the upper end, but there are also great camping areas. The only issue we had was the WiFi that was unreliable at times.
We have stayed here three times now, as we love the location. Gorgeous views of the Organ Pipe mountains and the town of Las Cruces. The view sites allow you to back in or pull in forward to maximize your view experience, and were long enough for our motor home and trailer. There are also long pull throughs available in the middle of the park. The pool has never been open during our March/April visits but the access from the highway is easy, yet far enough away so that you cannot hear it.
This park is a good place to stop in a big rig on your way up 101. It does not have any amenities and is not especially pretty, but it is convenient and inexpensive for this part of California (sometimes this is important when you are spending a long time on the road!) There was no Wi-Fi when we were here, but our Verizon card worked well as did AT&T. Do be aware that they have stock car racing on Saturday nights, which the host told me is quite noisy, as the track is just on the other side of the park. This park suited our purposes for a couple of nights and we would return.
This is a nice park with all the amenities that you expect in a KOA. There are lots of things for the children to do - including two bunny rabbits housed near the office. Wi-Fi, Verizon and AT&T worked well here. The park was beautifully kept and we had just enough room to park in our large rig with the trailer still hooked up. We would return to this campground.
This park is all about the location and good price. The ocean views are fantastic and the park with its cliff side walking trails is right out your door. Doggie bag stations and trash bins are available in the park and a leash free dog beach is about 5 minutes away by car (you can see it from the park but you have to drive down through the harbor to get there). Wi-Fi worked great for us. If you are primarily looking for scenic views this works. If you like a well-groomed park with amenities, you may want to look elsewhere. We arrived for one night and stayed for five nights.
We stayed here for two nights to visit Chicago. The park has no amenities, no sewer hookups and no full timers, but it is quiet and very spacious with some trees and open grassy areas for the pets and walking. I would say that it is a good overnight place and felt safe to camp here considering that it is in the vicinity of a large city. The traffic into Chicago is intense, so find a commuter train station in an expensive suburb (we used Hinsdale), park the car and take the train into the city.
When you first drive in, the park has a gorgeous pond with a gazebo on a bridge leading to a swimming pool. It is very pretty and is nestled in the soft, rolling hills that are covered in trees. It is just off highway 64 about 10 minutes outside of Brevard, so it is a quiet location and easy to find. There are about 18 RV sites that are further back into the woods and are all back in, half of them facing a small stream that runs down one side of the RV area. The pond is stocked with fish and there are hiking trails right out of the park. We stayed for 5 days and liked it here for the natural beauty of the woods and quiet location. In order for it to be a really great park they need to improve the sites a little more. Our site was adequate for our needs as we are not fussy about amenities and we were able to park the trailer that we pull behind our motorhome in their parking area, so it worked for us. If you are looking for a place to stay that is in a natural setting yet close enough to town, this one may work for you
This is a simple, no frills park, convenient to the interstate and to town. We really liked it here as it had large grassy areas around the edge of the park and it was very quiet. We stayed briefly as an overnight stop so did not explore the park, and only spoke to the owner/manger on the phone as he was not at the park that particular day. It was nice that he always answered the phone and was very friendly and helpful. We would like to return.
We were surprised at how rundown the area is, scary at night. The campground itself was very convenient to see Graceland and did have a security gate with a guard, and we had no problems with our hookups. For a small campground, we managed to maneuver around just fine with a very large rig and the pull through was long enough. If you are an Elvis fan, this is a good location and it served our needs for one night, but we do not plan to return.
I would not recommend staying here based on the looks of the park and the soft gravel that made it impossible to stay level. The pull through was extremely narrow, but luckily no-one was staying on either side and it was very hard to drive around the park as it was so tight. We specifically called ahead as we were towing a car trailer behind a big coach and they told us that there was plenty of room for us. Not so. It was a good location for us to visit friends, the neighborhood felt safe, and the internet worked, but I would not return.