An excellent park handy to the interstate. Kept very clean with plenty of room between sites. Sites are level, concrete and have a picnic pad and tables with each site. Plenty of water pressure, Tengo internet (very fast and free), has everything a traveller needs.
Very good RV park kept in excellent condition. Front desk staff friendly and efficient. Everything works plus this is a family oriented park (in other words, pool etc). I didn't need or use any of the amenities. Park appears to be relatively new.
If you are looking for luxury, this isn't the place for you. However, if you are looking for a nice place to stay with GREAT service and many amenities, definitely stay here. The lady at the desk is an example of how people should be when greeting guests. She is outgoing and friendly and very helpful. The sites, while not spectacular, were everything I needed. Remember, this is far west Texas, there isn't much around. It also has an excellent small cafe with daily specials. I would not hesitate to stay there every time I'm in the area.
Don't get excited about my numerical rating until you read what follows. This is NOT an RV park per se. Rather it is on a private ranch which is well known among rock-hounds as being one of the best places in the country to look for agates, jasper and other rocks. The fact that it has some spaces for RV's is secondary to the primary purpose of being there. As to the sites themselves, they are on dirt (no rain for the past two years, side to side is pretty level but the front is higher than the rear. There are NO amenities other than the ranch owner who is a delightfully helpful woman. There are no showers or bathroom, nothing of that nature at all. If you need water, bring your own although there is water at the sites. It's just not "approved" for drinking. Buddy the dog is a fixture at the ranch and is a very friendly cow dog. Hunting for rocks is great either for families or individuals. There's a lot to be found on the ranch which spreads over miles and miles. Just to be able to rock hunt here is an 11. Add in the being able to bring your RV directly to the ranch is - priceless.
I rated this park based on the location. If it was located in a popular area I would've rated it lower. However, it has everything you NEED. The Wi-Fi is excellent, I'm able to get satellite without a problem, it has the best off-lead dog park I've ever seen anywhere. When you register you will get a coupon for Blimpie's, gas and other stuff. They have a wide selection of cable channels but I didn't use it. The sites were narrow but adequate - barely. There are several gas stations in town that any size MH or 5ver can enter and depart easily. The area is very dusty, not the park's fault, just the way it is in this area. The only negative I have is that, like so many other small towns, the people who serve you at the gas station, store, wherever are totally uninterested in you as if you are imposing on them. Again, this is not a knock on this park, just an advisory for anyone expecting to have a rip roaring good time in Green River. I will always stay here when passing through Green River and recommend it to others.
I almost never rate a CG a "10" but it is hard not to on this one. It has EVERYTHING you might want. Immaculate grounds, a restaurant that will deliver to your site, good Internet, 200 yards from the Snake River, you name it, it has it. Also a service station as the registration area. My only "complaint" is that there can be noise from the nearby interstate. But for that I'd rate it an "11".
When there is only one RV park in a town in the middle of nowhere, one wouldn't expect much. However, this one is a jewel. Lots of trees, everything works as it should and easy in, easy out of Highway 20. My only complaint is that the sites near 20 are somewhat noisy although it gets better at night. I highly recommend this park.
Solid concrete with shrubs between sites, pull throughs and back-ins, all level, easy in and out. Great staff and owner, all very helpful. Dog friendly as long as rules are observed, dog run was just increased in size about 2-3 times as large as previously. Wi-Fi is excellent, five bars all the time. Location is just off Hwy 101 but with almost no road noise. Close to Fred Meyer, BiMart, Safeway, about five miles from casino. Very windy this summer but temps generally around low 60s during the day, very comfortable. Many accesses to beach available. The sole reason for not giving a "10" is there is no grass, but that's almost nit-picking. Will accommodate any size rig with no problem. I highly recommend staying here.
If I was in a different site, I could easily rate this much higher. What I DIDN'T like about it was that the site is too narrow for a big rig and too close to my neighbors. To park my toad, I have to almost be touching the MH on a perpendicular. Water pressure is very low, but usable. There ARE a few sites that will accommodate a big rig, but I wasn't able to get any of them, although I tried before arriving. It seems that the sites will accommodate a large 5ver better than a large MH. WiFi is free and fast and all hookups are in the right place, easy to access. There are two dog runs available, both in good shape. Staff is professional and helpful. I can see the ocean (barely) from the window of my MH, although I'm not parked at a site where the view is much better. The location of the Park is good as it can easily be used as a base for sightseeing along the coast. The local police are constantly giving out speeding tickets on Hwy 101 (25/35 mph) so you need to be careful when out and about. There are plenty of local restaurants to choose from plus a casino. There is a Safeway and several smaller chain groceries, Bank of America, Papa Murphey's and Wal-Mart 22 miles away in Newport, not to mention numerous junque (tourists traps) stores. I really like this place but I wish I had a slightly bigger site for my 40' MH. There are a couple of sites that would allow me to rate this as high as 9 in that case.
Rate is based on Oregon's vet-free for five days (this web site apparently doesn't accept "$0"). My rating may be higher than others because I had everything I wanted and they aren't available at all sites. My site was a long, level pull through that afforded me the smallest sliver of open sky which allowed my satellite to work for the TV. Cell service was outstanding but there is no longer any Wi-Fi as there used to be several years ago. The staff and volunteers were excellent (as usual) and kept the campground neat, clean and orderly. There was a healthy mix of RVers and tents (especially over Memorial Day weekend) with none of the noise frequently noted in state/local parks. The kids seemed to be well behaved and having fun. This is my favorite state park in the country and it lived up to my expectation - again.
Very nice, well maintained park. Far enough away from I-5 so noise not a problem. Difficult (impossible for me) to get satellite because of the beautiful trees but cable TV is available free. Nice dog "walk" area on perimeter of park. Sites are gravel but level. I'd definitely stay here again.
It's hard for me to give this park a fair rating because, IMO, it's WAY OVERPRICED. Location, location, location. $50 per day for a "premium" site (non-holiday, $75 three day minimum for holidays), I expect a great deal more. My site is unlevel (rear wheels off the ground by three inches. Yeah I know.) Many sites the same and have trees encroaching on them. All sites need TLC, unless the park wants to be considered rustic. For families, this is a great park with a petting zoo and other family friendly amenities, none of which I need. I was able to get satellite at my site but many won't. The WiFi (free Tengo!) is blazingly fast. As a warning to travellers from Merced: Highway 120, with its switchbacks and SEVERE grades is as scary for a large gasser like mine, as is Red Mountain Pass, maybe worse. I would not consider returning here, but if you don't mind being robbed or have kids, this might be for you. Sorry if this rating is contradictory in spots, but I don't know how else to rate it and be accurate.
It takes a little effort to find this place but we did. It has FHU, WiFi (Tengo with coupon at office), a pool, and extra friendly check in. Primarily a long term/full time place, it takes in RVers as well in a neat, tidy park. Sites are concrete and level with small grass plots adjoining.
This has everything you HAVE to have for an overnight stay. Friendly professional check-in and escort to site. Sites are level and on dirt/sand. "Extras" such as 50 amp and cable TV cost extra. I would recommend this park for overnight only.
Other than today's wind - over which they obviously have no control - I can't see how anyone could find fault with this place. The front desk is the best and most friendly I've seen and anticipated all my questions before I asked them. The site is perfect for us although the sewer hookup requires an extra long length. Wifi and our satellite reception exceptional. I wish we were staying here for more than two days.
I gave it a 10 because I'm staying overnight only. Those who stay longer and are placed in the "200" area may want to downgrade it because that area (I'm in it and love it) is all asphalt and decorative gravel. Summers in Albuquerque on asphalt - whew!!! Sign in is first rate, escort provided to site, info available from all workers very helpful. Extraordinarily clean and tidy. Highway noise from I-40 but we baffle it with a fan, as we do everywhere so no problem. All hookups properly placed and easy to use. I really like this place.
What a change over a five year period which was the last time we stayed here. It is now well-maintained, the WiFi is perfect, two pools, Norman Rockwell-like setting by the lake. Many sites in the trees, some in the open. Processing in was very easy, very friendly. Not all sites are FHU but all have at least water and electric. It's amazing what a change in management did for this place. It's also a membership type resort although we stayed here using PP.
Rate based on monthly rate, normal rate is $35. This is the third year I've spent the summer here and I still love it. I defy anyone to find more caring and loving owners and they keep the facilities spotless. All the sites are roomy and have extra space between your neighbors. The Internet gave them fits this summer but there are plans to fix the problem permanently over this winter. This park is adults only, so you can imagine that the average age of the people who stay here is well over 55. It has a great location which is easily used as a base to go sightseeing anywhere within 150 miles which gives one an opportunity to "see it all" in the region. There are several golf courses fairly close nearby with reasonable rates and the fishing in the area is wonderful. Other posters before me have described the park in great detail and I just wanted to add some extras.
What makes this park worthwhile are the owners and the view. The campground itself is gravel, mostly level and provides some space between RVs. If you are staying more than overnight, try to get a place where your RV is looking down the valley toward Raton, it's really breathtaking. They rarely have a problem with bears, but it does happen and they keep you informed. We stay here every time we go to CO and return and each time we seem to stay longer in order to do more sightseeing. They have all the essentials here, so I'm always happy to stay.
We stay here only when we have to as it is convenient to our son's home. The pictures on their website are misleading as it isn't NEARLY that pleasing. If you are visiting Dallas, you will find there aren't many RV parks and you may have to use this one. It is OK for a short stay but I wouldn't consider it to be a destination. Adequate is a word that comes to mind.
Beautiful location by the shores of Lake Georgetown with hiking trails and a boat launch. There are two loops, but only one is open during the winter. Most sites are level, but some are not front to back. All sites have a covered picnic area adjacent to pad and all roads are paved. The entrance hosts are excellent and very informative. There is a dump area on the way out of the park. I stayed for 10 days while my house was being repainted and recarpetted and enjoyed my stay.
I'm not a fan of KOA, but at the end of a 500 mile day, I was ready to stop for the night. To my surprise and amazement, this CG is a jewel. It is just off I-20, yet the road sounds are muffled. There is free Wi-Fi and 65 channels of cable TV if you don't want to use satellite. The pull throughs were plenty long for big rigs and there is comfortable spacing between sites. My only complaint is that on my site, the distance between my sewer hose and the dump was too far for me to reach. However, this is not the case at all the sites. Other than that, the sites were level (gravel) and the staff very friendly and accommodating.
This CG is a classic case that less is more. It has everything I needed plus added a drop dead gorgeous view of the surrounding area from almost 7,800' elevation. The sites were on gravel, but level and fairly close together, but not uncomfortably so. Several folks choose to spend their summers here, so sites can be at a premium at various times. The owner is very accommodating and takes care of "his" campers.
This is my second year here so I'm a tad prejudiced. If you are 55+, this is the place for you. The campsites are concrete (level), with a "patio", well treed and grass between all sites. The Wi-Fi is excellent as two repeaters have been installed this year. Most of the "campers" are seasonal and return every year, a testament to the owners and their desire to cater to our whims and needs. A large community garden, started and maintained by the campers, serves not only the park, but also the senior center in town. Afternoon "tea" is every day at 5pm for those who wish to socialize with their neighbors. Frequent pot lucks and other culinary delights are fun and interesting. Kids are allowed, but only as visitors. It is a great place to "home base" while sightseeing the Black Canyon, Grand and Blue mesas, Uncompahgre Forest, Ouray/Red Mountain Pass, etc. If I could rate any place as an 11, this would be the place.
Certainly a good KOA. Routing is a little difficult at times, but otherwise ok. Trees on route around CG could stand trimming so be careful when going to your site with a big rig. Great wifi and satellite coverage.
If you like no frills, yet long, level sites with great water pressure and no highway noise, this place is for you. This was an overnight stop and easy off and back on the interstate. Don't expect anything extra, just a good site for an overnight. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
This park is a very pleasant surprise as I really didn't expect much based on the location. However, the check-in was quick and efficient, the site perfectly level and easy to get to and everything works as advertised with the Wi-Fi being excellent. Although close to the interstate as the crow flies, we aren't bothered by the minimal noise. There is a gift shop and small restaurant also associated with the park, both added bennies. I will absolutely stay here my next trip from home to Colorado and return.
Rate based on monthly stay, nightly rate is $43. This is a hard place to rate as it lists itself as a resort. If it was a "Park" instead of a "Resort", I'd rate it higher. The web site portrays a MUCH nicer place than it really is, although I have no major complaints. It is located within a 1/2 mile from the entrance to Mesa Verde NP. We occupied one of the premium back-in sites for which we paid a premium price. The sites are all gravel, mostly level. Our site was within 200' of a VERY busy road and it was noisy all the time. It advertised a heated pool - it was not. The ponds advertised were used for sewage as told to me by the office lady when I asked if I could fish there. A little TLC could take care of the non-existent hiking trail and the weeds around the premium back-in sites. We never saw more than 10 RVs in the "resort" at any one time leading me to wonder how it can stay open. It has a sister park in Dolores which is very nice and has many more visitors. It seems like all I'm doing is complaining and I apologize for that. But, here is a place that could easily be a 9 or 10 with more care and a little more honesty in advertising. Still in all, I recommend staying here and I would do so myself in the future.
I drove through this park as it had not been rated in some time. I spoke with the camp hosts to get the figures of $35 nightly. She also stated that monthly rates were from $425 - $475 plus electric. All the sites are on gravel as there is no grass in the CG and there is adequate spacing between the sites. The higher priced sites directly back up to the river. The location is on the far south end of Montrose and is perfect for using as a base for sightseeing. From first blush, this is a park that I would recommend to others.
Daily rate is average of monthly rate. This is an ideal place for those over 55 who desire a quiet environment in a beautiful setting. The owners keep the place in immaculate condition with regard to beauty and cleanliness. The sites are all on concrete pads with a concrete "patio" adjoining them and they are all perfectly level. Wifi is fast and stable. Cell phone reception is excellent (Verizon) all the time. Water pressure is excellent and the electricity is stable. What a great place to stay!
This park is somewhat unique in that, given its' location, it has amenities lacking at most campgrounds, i.e., adjacent to a golf course, allows dogs to be on a leash anywhere in the cg to do it's business, great wifi. It also is affiliated with a good size gas station and gives discounts on gas, a 2 for 1 deal at Blimpies, and others. Green River is a stopping point, not a destination, so the area is fairly dead. Still the campground does everything it can with what it has and is not a bad deal although it is more expensive than one would expect to pay for a site in the middle of nowhere. A warning to pet owners - grass burrs abound! I would not hesitate to stay here again.
This is a campground, not a resort, despite what it's name indicates. It is in the process of an ambitious upgrade that will take some time and effort, but in the meantime, the primary portion of the camping area is OK. The sites are just wide and long enough to handle a 40' MH and TOAD and reasonably level. This being Moab, the views are incredible. Staff seemed friendly and helpful. The area we parked could use some TLC but that may be going by the wayside as the "high dollar" section is being built. If it were me in charge, I'd try to make sure the entry area - where most of the campers are - on the way to the lots that are for sale was upgraded and kept neat and clean.
We used a FHU site and had to really look hard to find one that we could level our MH. The first time our front wheels were 12" off the ground. The sites are long but rather slim, gravel with moderate space between each site. The CG is located directly behind the casino and is easy to walk back and forth, thus being able to use the facilities (gambling, food, etc) that are offered. The CG could use a little TLC, but all in all I'd camp here again.
This is what a campground should be like. Very clean, good sites, great friendly staff, clean and ample room. Trees near the sites aren't intrusive. Free Wi-Fi is fast and reliable. They have a free continental breakfast every day and organize frequent events for the campers. My only complaint is that the dog park was nothing more than dirt. I definitely recommend this park to others and will return again.
A nice park on the west side of Lubbock with all the amenities required. Not a fancy place, but very neat and tidy with a friendly staff. Easy in, easy out, pretty quiet despite being fairly close to Loop 289. I'll camp there again and recommend it to others.
We have been here a number of times and have been pleased every time. Although there are a substantial number of long termers, they are in a separate area and the entire park is well maintained. It may be tricky to maneuver if you have a big rig, but it can be done. There is adequate room between sites and most have some grass adjoining. Some of the sites are not level, but most are. The WiFi is good (I'm using it now) and steady. Despite being close to I-35, noise doesn't seem to be a problem. With the dearth of RV parks in the Dallas area, this one stands out.
Nice private, gated park with recreation hall, two swimming pools, laundry, WiFi, friendly staff (mostly volunteers) with a beautiful views of Canyon Lake. Sites are level and not too close together. This is a membership park, although you can camp there using Passport America or Coast to Coast. Deer are abundant and regularly fed by inhabitants. Quiet place to camp.