We stayed the month of February. Clean, quiet, good clean laundry, exercise room (tight quarters but good stuff), level sites. All good. If you want classes, crafts, gatherings, forget it. Just a nice campground.
Very nice park. A little wider than most. As stated, orange trees right outside each door. We were here in January and picked and ate all we could. They even offer picking poles to get the higher fruit. Restrooms are cleaner than clean. The clubhouse is probably the nicest I've seen even though we don't really use them. Free coffee and doughnuts each morning but that might not always be the case. We stayed 3 nights and will make this a stop on our way north and south.
Nice spot for location to town but you really can't get to the ocean without driving a few miles. It's on a "lagoon" that blocks you from access. Pretty tight spots, but grass behind the rows was nice. The facilities are excellent. Nice store, very good large laundry, $1.50 wash, $1.25 dry. Gated access 24/7. Lots of kids on the weekend, and they were all happy so it must be kid friendly. An FYI: Rosa's Italian Restaurant is about 2 miles away with EXCELLENT food.
Would probably give it a 10 if it was summer and I played golf. It's in a great valley, and the course looked very nice. We were here in January, and it was just rainy and soaked. Not their fault. The area is very grassy which is great, but it was a soggy mess and hard to stay out of the mud. There is a cement slab at each site so you can align with that. We'd love to come back in spring. As a side note it looks like a great spot for kids, too.
Looks like you're lost, but follow the directions. It's up a steep hill with a big curve but no problem with 35' & toad. Nice fellow running it. Fairly level, gravel sights. Just overnighted but a great view from where they sit.
Cafe on site that was cute. Closed at 4:00 in January but can't blame them. It gets dark about then. Right on the ocean. Watch the waves break out the front window of our motorhome. Nice beach to walk on too. Wi-Fi was good and satellite was no problem since there aren't any real tall trees. Level, gravel sites with cement pad for patio. 66 cable channels. Sounds of waves all night. LOVE IT!! Best park in town of many parks.
This would be a 10 if it was closer to the ocean but a very nice park it is. Clean, level, paved sites with planted shrubs and flowering bushes in between. Real clean clubhouse with laundry and bathrooms that reflect the owners care. The lady that works there was most helpful and pleasant. Great spot. I'd stay again. As a PS there is an RV repair next door that did some minor work for me but was a first class operation for anything big or small. AAA RV Roadside too.
We paid nothing because nobody was there when we checked in and nobody came in the morning. Tried to find a way but I guess we'll have to mail it in. Great place just off I-5. Lots of grass, level, paved sites. Good Wi-Fi, good satellite since trees are small. VERY clean restrooms and laundry. Big clubhouse if you want meeting space. Great pool area but not much swimming in January!! I'd stay here anytime.
Nothing fancy. Right on hiway 12 but... not much traffic at night. It's actually a nice place with grass area. Wifi is in the office so park as close as you can. Cable is good and all sites are FU. Like I said, nothing fancy but all in all a very nice place to stay if you are going to Beyce Canyon and the price is right.
Great spot close to town and lake (2 miles?). All gravel sites. Not all are level. Some places the trees are a challenge for a bigger rig and the area they left for corners is tight but there were huge rigs in the park and we made out OK in a 31' RV.
Better than nothing but not a "nice" stop. Lots of full time oil workers. No grass. WI-FI very "iffy." Watch out when you drive out. There is a dead end at the end of the western most lane. Had to unhook just to get out. Former KOA so you know the layout.
Stayed 2 nights. Very tight in some areas, but there are a lot of pull-throughs for larger rigs. Kind of old school camping in the woods. Some spots are very secluded and nice. There are some not too good spots which we ended up in because of Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque. All the parks are full and they all raised the rates. Laundry was pretty clean, but very old equipment.
Nice place overall. A lot of good shade trees but could be a factor for satellite but I don't use one so no big deal. Sites toward the back are wider and longer for bigger rigs. Up front sites are pretty close together. I'd come back. Perfect for Oregon Trail Center.
What a GREAT location. "ON" a pond or the San Juan River. Most of the sites are on the water. Older, well established trees all around. Very nice people with an escort to your site. I only wish we could have stayed longer. We will next time! I have to rate this a 10 only because there isn't an "11." Good lineup of cable channels and Wi-Fi worked fast.
Nice enough former KOA. Pull through both ways so you share common area between two sites. Some nice shady sites for hot summer but we were there in late Sept so we enjoyed the color of all the leaves. Bathroom and shower were kept as clean as you can for an older place. Cable was a short list but it worked. We stayed a week for a family visit. We'll come back next year. Nothing better in the area.
This park is right in town and an easy walk to a grocery store or fast food type places. It's also very shaded. Beautiful large trees between most sites. Great in the heat but not too great if you want to use a satellite. Cable is $2. Friendly folks own and run the park and it's perfectly located for dinosaur and Indian petroglyph exploring. There are a number of oil field workers that stay here so be ready for the 6am diesel start-ups. We stayed here 3 nights and would stay here again.
Typical KOA, but tired in a nice setting. Some shady spots. No grass between sites ,but some here and there behind, etc. Office and laundry were closed off and on while owner did "stuff." I think that was just because it's late Sept., but don't plan on doing laundry until you see the managers on duty. Nice place all in all.
Reasonable spot to overnight. We hit a day when the lady in charge had taken her ugly pills. Rude is an understatement. Cable did not work. Got only 1 channel via antenna. Grounds are nice. I'm sure there are better days with the management. I'd probably return if I was in the area.
Nice KOA but no access to Bear Lake. You can walk (about a mile) to a marina but no beach. If you have a car it is a great spot to set up base camp. There is a LARGE grocery store and a True Value hardware on the premise. Also something I have never seen. A jumping pad. It's like a trampoline in the ground but it's a big blown up pillow. I'm old but I had to try it out. Great Fun!!
Typical KOA with dirt/gravel sites in between grass strips on some sites. There is an "outback" area with no sewer but a little more room for pull through. We were close enough (slide to slide) with our neighbor that we truly could have shared the salt and pepper at our dinettes. Good overnight stop.
Right on the hiway but not a real problem at night. Not too much traffic. Restrooms are old but clean however on our visit there was no toilet paper in either bathroom. Top tier has grass and is really quite nice. Down bellow is dirt with hookup posts. Decent spot for overnight.
Lots of "extended stay" sites. More duct tape and tarp than metal on some of them. Could be a nice spot if cleaned out. Lawn(weeds) hadn't been mowed in weeks but the sprinklers ran at night. Go figure. Have to say very clean laundry though. Right on the freeway and train tracks.
Very clean and fairly new. New also means small trees and no shade but most sites have you in north south with your awning on the east/shady side in the heat of the day. Walking distance to wine tasting and Subway shop. Prosser is a cute town worth a little of your time.
Very typical KOA. Nice overnight stop. Gravel but level sites. Right on the Yakima River if you fish. The only down side was a lot of sites are made to pull in both ways so you can end up sharing your picnic table area with your neighbor. Great if you are traveling with friends.
What a great spot and right in the middle of a metro area. Quiet, miles of paved trails, Frisbee golf through the woods and priced right. They don't water the grass so it will be brown in late August/September but still very nice.
Great spot. Next to the Colorado River. Lots of room in sites. Very close to town if you forgot something. Stayed 2 nights with kids in a tent. Nice pad for tent next to each RV site with a cover over the picnic table.
Very nice place! Friendly folks beautiful grassy sites next to the Snake River. Walk 100 yards to fish. Freeway is right there so a bit noisy but other than that I would stay a week. They even said they would deliver food from the kitchen in their store.