The KOA facility is very nice. The site assigned was long (NOT LEVEL) w/all amenities. Considerable blocking was needed to level one side of the RV. That in turn placed the entry steps at a considerable height. I then had to create a series of steps to the entry step......All-in-all a OK overnight albeit a bit pricey.
A very nice facility, oriented towards senior citizens (55+). The site given was level, long, with all amenities. Good spacing between sites. I thought it a bit pricey, but it's proximity to Las Cruces, and its well kept sites/grounds were worth it.
Fairly level (we made it work). All amenities. Easy off/on to the highway. We thought by selecting this facility a few miles off the interstate we'd be free of highway noise. Not so, the highway was close by. Payment is in cash to the owner who takes you to your site. All-in-all a good overnight campground.
Level, long, all amenities. The electric pedestal was not of sufficient height to allow the use of my power cord surge protector. I had to remove my surge protector and plug in - discomforting. Otherwise an OK overnight facility.
The base itself-camping facility- was very nice. The sites were level, long, with all amenities. It was the getting there that was arduous. Much construction was taking place on roads outside the base with many in/out road cones/markers, and some lanes not marked at all - a real "free-for-all". Couple that with coming into San Antonio on a Friday afternoon at rush hour - should have known better. For a few bucks more I think I'll be staying outside town in a few other places known to be bettter and easier to get into. It's a shame cause a great many other military bases I've experienced have been very pleasant experiences.
Thought it a bit pricey in comparison with other facilities we've stopped at. It is a club type association "loners on wheels". The site given was level, with good utilities, albeit somewhat tight with a neighbor to one side. Because of the cost, we won't be choosing this campground again - there are others in the area more spacious for less money.
Very enjoyable campground, even though only overnight. The sites are spacious, long, and level. Easy off/on to I-10, and it's quiet at the site - nice. The campground has new owners who are endeavoring to upgrade the facility. I watched some of their busy industry....Dinner was had the hotel "El Capitan" in Van Horn. Pay attention to the architecture - it's notable. I'm partial to Italian food and the Rigatoni was excellent. Good salad and wine as well. The campground owners will ferry you to the hotel and bring you back - very nice of them. We'll return to this facility as we travel west/east.
A very fine facility. Our site was pull thru, concrete, level, clean, with all amenities. Although we spent the one night just passing through, we took in breakfast at the Silver Wings Cafe overlooking the landing strip with pilots engaged in practicing takeoffs and landings. Got into a breakfast discussion with several pilots at the cafe. Very cool. Don't miss an evening dinner (TexMex) at "Manuels" in Del Rio on 12th street. Get there early as they fill up.
It was a cold, rainy, evening. We were passing through, and the site served us well for that reason. No CATV - (I'm a news junkie, so I look for the TV for that reason). The young man at the check-in counter has an introductory spiel worth listening to (haha). Seems to be a good number of permanent and semi-permanent residents. The site we were given was pull thru, level, and quiet. The sewer hookup was raised approx a foot above ground - might prove a problem for some. A great deal of construction was taking place on I-35 adjacent to the campground but did not impede entry or departure. There is a continental breakfast offered - we did not partake - again, raining and we elected to get on the road.
February...a cold, rainy night. The facility looked to be a great place come warmer weather - the lake, zip line, water ski jump, horse stables - all look to be great fun come summer. As mentioned, we were passing through. Our site (5a) was fine except for intermittent 50 amps throughout the night. Brought it up with park staff as we departed. All-in-all, a nice campground.
Passing through, used as an overnight. Seemed to be a good number of permanent residents. The site was easy in/out, level, with easy on/off to I20. It was quiet with relatively no road noise. The Catv was marginal.
Came in late at night. Looked forward to leaving as soon as getting a few hours sleep. We were gone soon after sunrise. The price paid was absurd for the site in a hollow. We have nothing good to say of this campground. Our brief observation showed it rundown with cramped, close sites. We will not be visiting this campground again.
A class act! The facility is/was very nice. Sites were level and spacious - lots of room between sites. We really look forward to an uncrowded environment. Aces high does that and more. Amenities were good, albeit the hurricane knocked out power. Even so, the grounds were safe and the owner-managed park gets lots of "kudos". Should we again be in the area, we would most certainly return to this campground.
Having made reservations several months earlier, we were surprised to find asked for (and told yes) pull through, 50 amp, CATV unavailable. We settled for a 30 amp, pull through, no CATV. The site was not very level and had a tree with branches literally laying on the rooftop. This was our first visit to the Maine area. Having seen it, "experienced" it, we won't be back. Mindful now I'm speaking of the campground. The sights and sounds of the Maine seacoast and its people were very nice.
When making this reservation, we asked for a pull through and were told "OK". Arriving the sites were all back ins. Even so, we enjoyed the several days we were there. It was quiet, the views of the water/river very nice. Although sewage was only avail at a remote site we did not feel this difficult with our holding tanks. Travel to a convenience store is about a mile distant. TV service via analog antenna was good. Much of our time was spent touring the Newport area and this site was very accommodating for us. Should we be again in the area, we would definitely ask for a site here. We would have given it a higher rating, no sewage at the site.
Although we've stayed here a number of times for several years, this will be our last visit. I've always thought the staff to be a bit pompous and at times "trying." We've dismissed it as the location was convenient to visiting relatives. On this occasion I had made reservations two months earlier for a pull through site. On arrival it was pointed out I would have to accept a backin site, as the pull throughs available were "wet." Accepting, we noticed pull throughs being utilized later that evening. The next day a business associate came for a one hour visit and had to pay a campground fee of $1.50 for that one hour visit. We apologized profusely to her, and quickly determined this to be our last visit to this campground. We will gladly travel the additional distance to Luray where they are much more accommodating.
In previous years/previous visits we would always come away thinking a "9" or even a "10". However, this time they squeak by with a "5". Much of the time we were wiping the gravel dust off prior to entering our RV. Additionally, we were placed right next to a motorhome and I do mean right next to...I'm not exaggerating when I say we could reach out the window and touch next door. Be-that-as-it-may...we like Las Cruces, and Hacienda...we just won't be so quick to stay here when traveling thru.
A very nice facility. The overnight site was in a relatively new area/section. It was obvious there was/is attention being paid to site surroundings. Water/electric/sewage facilities were very accommodating. The site itself was level and clean with more than adequate gravel. Restrooms were impeccable. Note these comments apply to the newer section above and to the rear of the campground. Would definitely return if able to obtain one of these newer sites.
A very terrible place. Good Sam should remove its endorsement. The site was unlevel and muddy, requiring muddy everything to make level. The electric pedestal was not of sufficient height to allow using my surge protector. I then watched an adjacent camper "throw" his electric breaker switch with corresponding tripping of my power. This several times. Dog waste around the bit of grass at the site. As mentioned, could not wait to get away the following morning.
I have nothing but good things to say about this facility. CATV, 50 amps, sewage, with a spacious level concrete pad. This, with a personable and conscientious on site manager. Observed maintenance activities timely and well orchestrated by her. We utilized the swimming pool, commissary, horse stables available on base, and for the period of a month enjoyed the facility immensely. Would definitely return.
Very nice facility. The site was spacious and level. Services were very accommodating. The surround was quiet and very comfortable. Access/egress was easy. The owner/staff was very helpful and accommodating. Would definitely return when passing through.
What a pleasant facility. An overnight stay enroute between cities, we thoroughly enjoyed the site. Services provided were excellent. Adjacent amenities (pool, exercise room, meeting room, etc) were excellent. A number of 55+ are calling this facility their home, and it's easy to see why. We will definitely return when passing through, and may consider the purchase of a park model.
As an overnight facility, that's all it was. We were in a hurry to get away. Roadway construction made entrance to the facility very difficult. Entering at dusk I was told I would have a level site. Site 157 was anything but level. The facility is geared for 55+ RVer's that are here long term. I'm a 55+ RVer that won't be looking to return to this facility any time soon: certainly not for the rate charged and services rendered.
As an overnight, it was sufficient. It's an "Escapees" facility, with corresponding reduction in price. I believe my rate of $21 was $6 higher than the members rate. Again, as an overnight it was OK. The sites are spacious, level, and when its windy - dusty. When passing through again, I may look at other sites in the area.
A very nice facility with pleasant staff. We've stayed here numerous times in passing East & West. We've always been pleased with our site (level) and the affordability of an evening meal or breakfast prepared at the on site restaurant- there was no need to unhook and travel elsewhere. The restrooms/showers were always clean and well kept. Surrounding grounds were nicely maintained.
Our objective in a passing through/overnight facility, is for a clean, quiet, and equipped services as advertised. This facility does that and gives me a level site as well. As an overnight, it is sufficient.
A very nice, well run facility. The sites were spacious and level, the staff (work campers) pleasant and accommodating. Situated a short distance from the highway, it was quiet and restful. Definitely will stay here again when passing through.
The sites were somewhat unlevel owing to cracked concrete surfaces. It was left to my discretion to locate a suitable site for my use (there were many vacancies). The staff was pleasant. All-in-all, the campground was good as an overnight.
The facilities are very nice. I believe the rate is expensive in view of the pools, shuttle service, and other featured attractions shut down for the season. The staff at one point when attempting to have a question answered, was more interested in their computer than paying attention to guests at the front desk. Would we stay here again? Maybe.
Several nights were spent here as part of a rally group. The site was a pull through and more than adequate. Was easy in and out, level, clean, and well maintained. Facilities available for group meetings were most impressive. The campground is located such that highway/road noise is virtually non-existant. Although CATV was not available, antenna reception was bringing in 6 stations. We normally stay in Winchester when visiting, but will now think earnestly of Country Waye instead.
We've stayed here any number of times, over several years. Recently cable TV has been added: it's most pleasant. All of our visits have been in a pull through site with full service. Some sites have been gravel, and others a concrete pad. In every case we've had adequate room. I hasten to add our visits were always overnight so we did not extend our awning. The noise from the nearby highway as well as an adjacent livestock center was a bit disconcerting during the night for sleeping. As mentioned, our visits were overnight. I don't believe we would stay multiple nights.
Friendly, but we were surprised to find additional charges for cable TV, and mini-golf. The showers/commodes were cleaned only infrequently. It was nice to have a concrete pad, and the services provided were good. That said, I believe the site is overrated. We were led to believe when first inquiring, that horseback riding on the beach was close at hand and readily available. Not so: it was a good distance away (miles) and you need to make reservations a good week in advance. The mini-golf on site was a joke, not worth the effort (and additional cost). All-in-all, I do not believe we'll be returning.
Somewhat difficult getting into the site. It was a pull-through even though the guide profile shows "no". The difficulty was an intimidating bridge over water at the park entrance: making us wonder as to this being the correct place. We arrived after hours so took the displayed map and made our way to our site, a little treacherous. The site itself was very nice: shaded, quiet, full services (CATV, 50 AMPS, water, sewage) and level. This was a stopover for the night, and as mentioned, once into the site it was quite pleasant. Much of the campground or "resort" appears to be permanent RV's set up with porch, etc., appurtenances. It was a respite when one was needed.
A pleasant overnight stay. It was a KOA, then it wasn't a KOA, now it's back to being a KOA. What this amounts to, is a change in ownership. The new owners appear dedicated, and the facility shows the beginnings of their earnestness. The sites are gravel and fairly level with full service (CATV, 50 Amps, etc.), except for sewage, this has a dump site. It's quiet, and easily excessible from interstate 40. The owners as mentioned, appear dedicated (a new pool was dedicated on our arrival) and were eager and accommodating. We would return for a stay should we be passing through.
Very nice park/campground. It rained heavily one night creating a large pool at my RV entrance door. Park management layered a portable entrance "moat" which made it an easy "in & out". A free shuttle service is available to Seaworld. The sites, concrete & level, are a bit small for some of the larger big rigs, but was adequate for my 32 foot 5'vr. A city bus stop into San Antonio is a short walk from the entrance. Don't miss an opportunity to visit the San Antonio Symphony in performance at it's digs in the Majestic Theatre. The architectural detail inside is mind boggling. The Admiralty staff and services provided were superb. We would stay here again.
A very pleasant facility. The staff was accommodating and helpful. Our site was easy in and out, with the staff assisting with setup. The site was level concrete with ample space between sites and room fore and aft. Services provided were very good (catv, 50 amps, etc). Although a bit of a hike from downtown Branson, it was wonderfully quiet at night for sleeping. A free shuttle service is provided to and from shows day and night. We would stay here again.
A very nice facility. The site was concrete and level with shade. There was ample space between sites. Services provided (full) were excellent. There is a free shuttle to and from the Cowboy Museum nearby. The facility is well kept and spacious and appears relatively new. The staff was very accommodating and helpful. We would stay here again.
A very pleasant park/campground. The site was level concrete, and spacious with shade. Entrance was easy in and out. Services provided were very good and the staff very accommodating, assisting with setup. We were here just the one night passing through, but would stay again if in the area.
Excellent rating in that it met all our needs and did so in an accommodating fashion. The owner is as mentioned, quite a character, and you should make an effort to engage him in conversation. His plantation house has a history and you can tour it, but do not miss a nearby plantation "Houma House". We would return if passing through, albeit avoid route 10 by using route 12 around.
Asked for a pull-through site for a one night stay and was assigned one that required me to unhook the tow vehicle, otherwise I'd be blocking the through-way. The office staff exhibited a somewhat arrogant and imperious attitude when I questioned them about longer, open spaces (that went unoccupied throughout the night). Couple this with discovering the following morning at departure, a broken rear tail lamp cover. Just a very disconcerting experience. Coincidentally, I noticed a motorhome adjacent to me with a broken driver's side glass window broken. Coincidence? Perhaps, but I don't believe I'll be staying here again.
The Campground is somewhat remote but accessible by good roads. It's very quiet, and has spacious views of the distant mountains. The sites were very spacious and well kept. Electricity is billed separate - not a problem for us. We very much enjoyed our stay of a few days, and would return without hesitation.