By far the best park in Whitehorse. Small so best to call for reservations. You are still jammed in side by side but with only 11 others - not 150. WiFi is fabulous - not so at the other parks in Whitehorse. Leanne, the owner, is by far the most helpful and nicest person at a campground that we have encountered on this trip. She is a new owner and is making major changes to the park. Try to get the spot next to the motel - the view is awesome.
The full-hook up sites were full so we had to park in the over flow area. Had only W&E - no cable and the wi-fi did not reach there. Owners were very friendly and helpful. A little hard to get into because of some dead end streets. Very quiet. Close to the historic area.
This could be a great park with some attention to detail and a better attitude from the owners. We called ahead, on a Sunday. Were told restaurant and office were closed (not mentioned on web-site) but she would come to meet us. Called on arrival, owner said she would be right over. Showed up 3 hours later. We went there especially for the wi-fi and cable. Cable was fine, wi-fi was very un-user friendly and had a very, very weak signal so we were not able to get access. I think the system was down because the restaurant was closed. Even though there were only 3 of the 50 spaces occupied, we were unable to get a sewer hook-up and had to use 30 amp. (The owner had told us over the phone to park in a certain space) We were still charged full price and had to pay cash, no CC accepted and no discounts even though they are in Woodall's as a Good Sam park. The access from I-70 was excellent and the park was quiet even though it is right next to the highway. There is a new Wally world Super Center right next door. We would have left with a much better feeling if the owner had at least apologized for all the inconvenience and perhaps offered some sort of discount for lack of services.
Lots of missing services that were advertised. Cable TV has been out for a year or more and not repaired. Wi-fi was available but expensive. Tennis courts, pool, rec room all are great. The best deal - free golf lessons in the winter from 2 Canadian Pros that are delightful. Would be a great place to spend a few months if they would repair the Cable or if you have satellite.
All four of the New Orleans parks are located in a "not great" neighborhood on the very busy Chef Hwy and back up to Railroad tracks. Makes for very noisy spots. We chose this one because they offered WIFI. It was not working except every now and then. The owners were not helpful except the day that a "reviewer" from a guide book was there. Then they could not do enough to help out. Place is for sale so that probably contributes to the attitude. We looked at the other 3 parks and the Parc D'Orleans appeared to be marginally better. The state park was booked so we could not stay there as previous reviewers of New Orleans parks have suggested. We also suggest that you drive to the French Quarter. We did the bus deal one day and it is a real hassle. There are plenty of parking lots in the Quarter. Costs about $18 per day, but more than worth it.
Excellent park. Not junky at all. Free wi-fi that worked incredibly well. Park is very well maintained and has easy I-10 access. Some sites could be a little noisy but we had one that was quiet. Staff is very friendly and helpful.
Great park to spend the winter months but we had a bad experience. We chose the park because of the "free golf", free high speed internet, and exercise room - all of which were unavailable to us because we arrived on a Sat. The office is closed on weekends during the summer which they define as April-Oct. The guard was very helpful but it was her first day on the job. In order to use any of the services the office has to issue equipment for the TV and internet, keys for exercise room, and pass for golf which turned out not to be free. There is no one available to do these on the weekend and I was rudely informed on Mon. A.M. that all of the parks in the Rio Grande Valley are like this in the "summer". No adjustment was made to our charges for lack of services. With that said, this is still a beautiful park with loads of amenities. They are adding on a new section. There are oodles of park models, both old and new, and it appears most "winter" people have purchased their sites. Easy access off I-10 and plenty of services and shopping the the nearby town of Mercedes.
Great park with easy 1-10 access. Owners are very helpful, friendly, and seem to really care about their park. They have set up free wi-fi and also have modem in office. Sites are large, some shaded, and most have mountain views. Park is clean and well cared for. Owners also have a small restaurant. We did not eat there but the menu looked great.
A mini-city as some of these resort RV parks tend to be. Spaces are crammed in side by side with no view. Lots of park models. Plenty of amenities, including a golf course, store, spa, beauty and barber shop, restaurant, etc. Instant on phone which is a good thing because their Wi-Fi is the most expensive we have ever seen. We only stayed here because they had a 2/1 special. Would probably be fine for "snowbirds" who like the resort atmosphere. It is spotless and very safe with guards that escort you to your site and very competent and helpful office staff. Easy access from 1-10.