Nightly rate based on monthly rate. We spent 4 months at this resort and loved our time there. We have been at this resort a number of times before but never for more than 2 months. The owner has done, and is continuing to do, improvements to the resort including resurfacing the tennis courts, opening up a Gift Shop, painting murals on a number of the amenity/public rooms, to name just a few. This summer we have been told that 4 new pickleball courts will be constructed bringing the total to 8. This is the friendliest park we have ever been to. There are so many things to do, all for very little or no cost including ceramics, pottery, lapidary, silversmithing, games, numerous exercise/fitness classes, etcetera. The bicycling from the park is the best anywhere. You can exit the pet gate and be right on the Santa Cruz River paved pedestrian/bike path. The city is now constructing the missing piece of this trail that will mean over 30 miles of paved bike trails without the need to ride on city streets. The park brings in first class professional entertainment and a ticket costs no more than $12. We will definitely be back next winter!
Rate is based on monthly rate of $705. Despite what is shown here, this is NOT a 55 plus park. I asked the Manager when I issued a complaint regarding screaming children in the site beside us and was advised that this is an "Active Adult" park! This being Spring Break there were quite a number of young children in the park and I was advised by other guests that at Christmastime there were also quite a lot of children at the pool. The grounds, pool area and public spaces are very nice. If you are a pickleball player or want to learn this sport there are four new courts and free paddles and balls are available. The park hosts numerous free events such as live music at the poolside patio 6 days a week from 11-2 pm, Wine and Cheese Reception every Friday at 3:30 pm, to name just a few. They also put on dances every Saturday night with a different live band and the cost is just $8 each and you can bring your own beverages and snacks. Other live performances are also put on which run about $20 per person. On the negative side, if you are staying for anything less than 3 months the park will not let you reserve a specific site. If you are a small rig this is probably not an issue, but if you have a 38 foot or longer unit with slide-outs many of the sites will not accomodate you. My recommendation to anyone choosing to stay here is to leave your RV in the check-in area and ask the Park staff to escort you in a golf cart to the available sites and once you have selected one that you like and will fit into, then move onto the site. We moved twice and spoke to others who moved 5 times before finally finding a site that would accomodate their rig. Another negative, is that there is NO dog/pet section; the whole park is available for them. As a result we had barking dogs at 3 sites surrounding us. Despite rules that state dogs can not be left tethered outside when no one is present, it happens and complaints to the Park Manager changed nothing. It seems if you are a full-timer in the Park you can do whatever you want since the park is desperate for the revenue. Wi-Fi is available for a fee but it is our recommendation that if you are staying for one month or more that you subscribe to Time Warner at the same price. A Time Warner Rep will come to your site and arrange for the service. Shopping and numerous restaurants are located close by. If you want to stay in Hemet this is the only RV park to stay at but given our experience we aren't sure if we would stay here again.
Rate based on monthly stay (30 nights). This is a lovely, clean, well laid out RV park with wide, deep sites. All RV pads are gravel and there is a separate concrete car parking area and large bricked patio. Sites are private as they are surrounded by lovely hedges. We had site #73 (north facing) which gave us a nice view of San Diego Bay right from inside our motorhome. A large number of sites offer a view of the Bay as they are terraced. If you love to walk or bike this is definitely the park to stay at as the Bayshore Bikeway is a short ride away, and from here you can ride the Silver Strand all the way to Coronado or all the way to Chula Vista Harbor and even downtown San Diego. Imperial Beach is also just a mile away which is a very nice public beach. The park staff are very friendly and helpful. I was most impressed to learn that they refund the cost of laundry debit cards ($5 cost) as well as any money left on your card when you check out. The free Wi-Fi worked very well. There are no amenities at this park except for the golf putting, chipping and driving cage but with so much to do in the area this wasn't a problem for our one month stay. There is a great grocery store within walking distance, and Costco is just a 15-20 minute drive. We would definitely stay at this park again.
Rate is based on monthly rate of $550. Park is targeted to those that want to buy/own a manufactured or rark model home. While there is a section of the park for RVs they have no signage directing RVs where to park to register nor set aside any parking for them once they are on the park grounds. They don't even have a website that promotes or provides any information! The sites are large and graveled. The roads are paved and there are street lights. There is an electric gate which is closed at night and the park and area is very safe and quiet. The office staff is not very customer service oriented. For example, there is no change machine in the laundry room and when I asked the office manager if she would sell me a roll of quarters I was told that I would have to go to a bank! The laundry room does not provide an ironing board or iron either. There are two tennis courts, shuffle board courts, horseshoe pits and bocce playing area. There isn't much in the way of organized activities which we were disappointed in. The Wi-Fi is terrible and costly at $30 per month and doesn't allow the use of Skype, Voice over Internet telephone service, or anything else except Web-based email. We would not stay at this park again.
Rate is based on monthly rate of $675. We have stayed at this park on 4 separate occasions and love it. The people are very friendly and there is so much to do here you need never leave (nor do you want to). Amenities include lapidary, ceramics, woodworking, wood carving, wine tasting, library, shuffleboard, pickleball, bocci, dancing, and much more! The sites are a good size all graveled with concrete patios. The park is close to lots of shopping, including a new Costco, huge theater complex,and restaurants. The park just installed fiber optic cable throughout the park and put in Wi-Fi hotspots at the pool and laundry rooms. Wi-Fi is free and it works very well. We think this is the best park in Tucson and possibly all of AZ. We will definitely be back again.
This is a small pretty park with spacious shaded sites. All sites are graveled and have a concrete patio with grass between the sites and one or more trees alongside. The park is located in a convenient location to all major attractions about a mile off highway 260 between the towns of Camp Verde and Cottonwood which has all of the retail shops and restaurants one could want or need. The park is located in a residential area so it is very quiet. The laundry room is spacious with a good number of washing machines and dryers and the washrooms and showers are clean. The owner is a very nice, helpful man. Upon arrival at the park the owner or one of his hosts, assists people with getting into their sites. Our only complaint, and it is a minor one, is that the Wi-Fi is a little up and down. When working, which was the majority of the time, it worked very well. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate includes all taxes and other fees. We stayed in the Resort side of the park which features beautifully landscaped huge sites measuring 40X80. We had site M32 facing the pond and fountain which was beautifully landscaped. The pool and washrooms are stunning although the pool water is too warm and provided no refreshment. With the temperature at around 90F and the intense sun here, I found it impossible to spend any time at the pool except in the early morning. The Wi-Fi is excellent. The location is very quiet despite being located on Hwy 191 as the sites are quite a ways off the highway and night traffic is light. The paved pedestrian/bike path is located opposite the park entrance and from here one can go north or south into town. All major attractions are very close by, and Moab just 5 minutes away has all of the services one needs. My complaints are that there is only one laundry room which is located in the campground side of the park and there are only 2 washers and dryers. My other complaint is that when RVs are parked on the entrance roadway registering, the entrance road becomes single lane so cars driving into the park have to park behind the RVs and wait for the traffic exiting the park to pass. The Resort side of the park is not yet finished in my opinion and for the price being charged should build wall to separate the two sides of the park rather than the plastic mesh fencing that exists today. This RV park, both sides, is still the best RV park in Moab and a great place to camp.
Park sites are a good size with good space between adjacent sites, and plenty long enough for our 39 foot MH with tow vehicle to park without unhooking. The shower floors were not clean when I used them in the late afternoon, being nothing more than painted concrete. The lights in the washrooms work on motion sensors. I ended up in the shower when the lights went out, and no matter how much I waved my arms around the lights would not come back on. I told the owner and she said that I had to learn to yodel! The Wi-Fi is terrible and only works from the gazebo adjacent to the office. I and a fellow camper spoke to the owner about it and she advised that since the tower they were homed in on was changed a week ago their service has deteriorated significantly and she will be working on getting it improved. This RV park is right against the highway and was very noisy all night.
As other reviewers have noted, we had to stop at the Trucker Centre and select a site. We were not happy about this change and told the staff this as we haven't stopped here in 2 years and had no idea which site we wanted! They are still running the shuttle van through the park if you want to go to the casino or they give you a number to call and they will come and get you. It was pouring rain so we called them for a pick-up and they arrived within minutes. We had an excellent buffet breakfast in the casino which had a great selection of hot food items that I haven't seen on a buffet before. The Wi-Fi worked great! Diesel prices at the Casino Fuel station are the best around as they do not charge an additional price for credit card payments plus the pumps are very easy to get into and out of. We will continue to stay here.
We read about this park on the RV Park Reviews website and decided to try it as there is nothing else in the Eugene area close to I-5 without being right up against it and we are glad we did! There are 5 long pull-thru sites and all were empty when we pulled in. The trees running along 4 of these sites might make satellite TV a challenge but for us we were able to pull it in. The roads and sites are all paved and there are some nice walking trails. You could hear the I-5 road noise slightly if you were outside but not from in the RV. Getting back onto I-5 northbound is also a breeze as you only have to continue north on Coburg Road at the entrance to the park and it is a short drive into Coburg and onto the I-5 with no doubling back. If you need fuel before getting onto the freeway there is also one of our favourite fueling stations right on the other side of the overpass at exit 199 called Fuel'N Go which has better prices than elsewhere in the area and there is no problem for any size RV getting into or out of the pump as this was designed as a commercial fueling station. We will definitely be making this park a regular stop-over on our way north.
The rate reflects the monthly rate of $639. We have stayed at this park on 3 previous occasions and love it. The staff, residents, and campers are all very friendly and there is so much to do that if you want you need never leave the park. They have 4 pickle ball courts, 2 tennis courts, wood carving, lapidary, woodworking shop, ceramics and clay studio, library, wine tastings, and live professional entertainment plus many other events. They have drying lines at two of the laundries which I love. The washrooms are spotless as are all of the other facilities. I am glad that for monthly guests departing in March they now offer the option to extend your stay and pay just $22.50 (including tax) per night. For the first time we were able to take advantage of this offer and glad it was available as the weather on the day we were due to depart was terrible and we couldn't have left. I highly recommend this park to anyone wanting to visit the Tucson area. There are a ton of things to do in the park and area so even if the weather isn't great you won't be bored.
We arrived on a Thursday afternoon expecting to be able to get a site for 2 nights but unfortunately were advised that all sites fully booked for every weekend now through February! The back-in sites, of which there are not many, are very long as are many of the back-ins. There is a huge distance between sites and in many cases trees are also growing between sites giving even more privacy. The washrooms were very nice and clean. There are a couple of nice trails one of which offers great views. Given how busy this park is I would recommend RVers planning on staying over a weekend to reserve their site or else you will be offered the privilege of paying $15 per night with no services to stay in the parking lot!
The rate was $17.50 per night with Passport America good for any 2 nights. This is a new park almost one year old located on highway 173 outside Kerrville. There is a gate at the entrance that closes automatically around 6 pm and opens again at 9 am. If you do not have a reservation and are planning on arriving after 5:30 pm you better call ahead so you can get the code to enter. There is some road noise during the day, although not bad, but at night it is very quiet. The pull-through sites are plenty long but only average width between sites of about 25 feet. The width wasn't an issue as the park only had about 10 other RVs and no one else was near us. I found the laundry not very conveniently located as it was in a building up the hill behind the Lodge. Parking for the Laundry was not convenient either as to get into the building you had to walk about 15-18 feet across grass as there was no sidewalk. Inside the Laundry Building is a gym and sitting area. The Lodge is nice as it provides a large living room type room where a Big Screen TV, fire place, ping pong and pool tables are located. We would stay here again.
The rate reflects the PA Rate for a Big Rig Site. This rate is all that the park should be charging as they have no washrooms (sign on door says RVs should have their own and with high cost of propane they are closed effective June 2011), no Wi-Fi (changed their policy so available only for permanent residents), no amenities of any kind, and a Laundry that is pretty poor with 3 very old washers and only 1 working dryer. There were only about 8 other RVs and all but one was a permanent unit. The office is not staffed and to register you have to pick up the red phone at the door which connects you to the resident manager who lives in one of the permanent units. I made a reservation ahead, and when arrived and phoned the manager she said to just go to my assigned site (#13) and she would register me later. Little did I know that later meant the next day in the afternoon! If you are looking for just an overnight site or for a couple of nights and are totally self contained and don't need to use their laundry then for $18 ($15 PA rate for regular site) not a bad place to stay. The Big Rig sites are very long pull throughs which are easy to get into and out of and reasonably level. There is some road noise during the day but at night it is very quiet despite being located on highway 16.
Full Hook-up sites are limited in number when all are available to campers but unfortunately 4 of the sites are occupied by Park Hosts. These sites are all pull throughs which the majority of RVs (40 feet or less) can get into without difficulty. There are miles of paved roads that you can ride your bike on which I really enjoyed. There are many access points to the lake which has dropped significantly due to the drought. The park is close to Mathis where you can buy the essentials. Corpus Christi is about 30 minutes drive away. Be aware that there is a $4 per person per day fee on top of the camping fee; we are TX State Park Pass holders so this fee did not apply. We would camp here again.
The rate reflects the monthly rate of $479. Wi-Fi is extra using TengoNet which we didn't subscribe to. The Park is very quiet despite being located close to the Valley International Airport. The sites are wide and there are lots of activities including Pickle Ball which is not mentioned on their website. We found the people to be very friendly. The park is conveniently located to all shopping and many attractions. The washrooms are used by those using the pool as well as the outdoor activities and are in serious need of updating. I used the toilets only while playing pickle ball and the pool and would not want to use them to shower. The Entertainment Director brought in a number of entertainers which were good and one that was very good and all tickets are very reasonably priced. The only negative with staying here is the winds which blow pretty much every day; some days the winds are light but we found them to be quite strong most days. We compared the winds here with Mission TX where we stayed for December and when the winds were really blowing Harlingen was at least 5 mph stronger. We loved this RV park and would most likely stay here despite the winds!
This is a beautiful park located just outside the entrance to the Bentsen Rio Grande Valley State Pk. The park is clean and with beautiful native plants between every site to attract the butterflies and birds. The park provides free admission to the State Park which is a World Birding Centre park. For a nominal charge ($10) you can sign up to take a pontoon boat ride on the Rio Grande River piloted by one of the RV park workers. They also offer free kayak boat trips on the river. There are many fun activities to partake in; our favourite was Margarita Wednesdays. For $1 you get a margarita and if you bring an appy to share you can partake in a whole table full of goodies. Xmas Dinner was very nice with the Park cooking the turkey and providing the gravy; each table of 8 then provided the rest of the meal. The pool and hot tub were very clean as was the rest of the park. Note that the pool and Club House are located at one end of the RV park so you might have a walk to go to these amenities depending on your site. We found everyone at the park to be extremely friendly including the managers. The RV park recycles almost everything which we were very glad to see; a rarity for TX and most other states. The Wi-Fi worked well for email but found only worked for Skype with Audio only. The montly rate is $632 for standard pull-thru site. The park has 3 phones located at a number of common areas that are free for long distance calls to Canada and the US which was great. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a lovely park with lots of hiking & biking trails and great birding. We loved watching the beautiful colourful birds at the numerous bird blinds the park has built. The RV sites are spacious and private. The washrooms and showers were very nice although there aren't enough of them (only 2 showers in each of the Rest Rooms). Weekends are busy times even in October so I recommend making a reservation. We would definitely stay here again.
We liked having a view of the reservoir and being able to walk down the mowed pathway to the water but the park is not being maintained. There was a plastic garbage bag caught in tree right at front of site 1 foot off ground and other garbage in grass and in shrubbery. We saw a parks staff person/volunteer drive in a little ATV on roadway around sites but never actually got out of vehicle and walked into the sites. Don't even think about letting your dog run around on the sandy beach area or anyone walk on it without shoes as there is a lot of broken glass. Most of the glass was in areas where there was also rocks and vegetation so less likely for a person to walk on but certainly a pet could. I must have picked up 20 pounds of broken glass, pop cans, and other garbage from beach! We checked out the 2 showers in both the men and ladies shower house and decided that there was no way that we would use them as the tiles looked very grungy. Everything about the RV sites looks run down and it seems no money is being put into maintenance or improvements which is a shame as this is a rare park in the TX State Park System and worth preserving. It is a great place to stay for a couple of nights if you don't have a boat. It is a long way from town so wouldn't recommend staying for just the one night.
We stayed in a long pull-through site but were thankful that this is the off-season so they aren't putting rigs side by side as there would probably only be 5 feet between us and next rig! The park is noisy being located at the highway on-ramp and with the elevated highway 27 also adjacent to the park. The park is conveniently located to Palo Duro Canyon State Park just 8-10 miles down the road. The Panhandle Plains Historical Museum at Texas A&M is also only 15 minutes away which is well worth the visit. There is a Super Wal-Mart and a United Grocery store about 15 minutes away. Note that this is a dry county so bring your liquor, beer & wine with you or be prepared to drive into Amarillo. Rate reflects both a senior and Good Sam discount.
Owners/managers very friendly and helpful. The park is fairly quiet although there is some highway noise as the park is below I-25. The road leading into the park and leading up to the office is a little rough and could use some improvement. The best sites are the Deluxe sites (since they have a small metal swing seat) as they are long and relatively flat pull-throughs. Note that there are only about 6 of these sites, so it is best to reserve ahead to be assured of getting one. The other sites almost all had a rise to get onto the site and were not very level. Location of park is fairly convenient to the historic district. The only grocery shopping is Wal-Mart which is probably 20 minutes away. The swimming pool was closed for the season despite the temperatures being in the 80's! It would be nice if they could leave it open when the weather is this hot.
Park is very quiet yet conveniently located to I-25. There are no amenities at the park except for walking trail around it; therefore, not a family-friendly park in my opinion. We reserved a site in January (for the Albuquerque Balloon Festival) and were told the only site available was Yucca #30 which is adjacent to a park service road. The first night the park put a trailer right on the service road so close to our site that we couldn't open our basement storage doors! The next morning I complained to the office and was told that there was no where else to put them and that the RV would be gone in the morning. No one came and explained the situation to us or apologized which they agreed they should have done at the time. Since there is no place to sit outside your RV except at the picnic table in the full sun on a tiny concrete pad not even outside your RV door and the fact that they advised the service road is used to park RVs when there is no where else to put them, we requested that we be moved to another site, Zinnia 1. They agreed, and we were most thankful as another RV was parked in the service area not 4 feet from the new occupant of Yucca #30 two nights later! Zinnia #1 is one of the best sites as it is very long with a very long concrete patio along one side of which is a large flower bed filled with wild flowers in season. We also had great views of the mountains with no other RVs in our windshield. My advise to anyone staying at this park is to NOT accept Yucca #30. To be charged $45 per night during Balloon Festival and then not be able to enjoy your site is simply ridiculous. This site should only be assigned as an overflow site and the renters advised that another RV could be parked close to them. The Wi-Fi at the park was good; however, it was out of service for most of the day one day, perhaps due to the severe rain and wind the previous night. During the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta this park is full every day so you must book a long time in advance if you are planning on staying for more than a day or two.
Very nice RV park in a great location! Check-in staff were very friendly and took us right to our site. We didn't get the site we had requested but this was a good thing as we were given an even better site (#173)! It seems that the section I had originally requested were all occupied by weekenders/rally group where the section they put us in were weekly guests or long timers and it was very quiet. We had a big grassy area right outside our door and a large tree that provided us with shade all day and yet didn't interfere with our roof-mounted Satellite TV. This park is well maintained with the exception of the roadway that connects into the sites in this area which has a huge pothole/valley which for the price being charged for sites should/could be easily fixed. The pool deck area is large and nicely furnished with loungers and chairs and some tables with umbrellas. The pool water was quite cold but perhaps after Labor Day they don't heat it any longer? I was very hot after a long bike ride and found it very refreshing. There is a nice lake on the property with a lit walking trail that goes all around it. The Poudre River Bike Trail head is less than a mile up the road and can be easily and safely ridden to on a bike. From here one can ride all the way to the Rocky Mountain Raptor Center just under 10 miles away. The RV Park is also conveniently located to a great new grocery store about 10 minutes away. Wi-Fi was okay. We loved everything about this RV park and would definitely stay here again!
Pull-through sites are plenty long for Big Rigs however the site we were assigned required us to navigate between two large trees! The bathrooms were very nice and the showers were clean and looked recently updated. The Wi-Fi was very slow. Park is conveniently located off I-25 and quite quiet but we had a hard time getting back onto freeway due to a lack of signage or poorly marked signage. We ended up driving all the way through Sheridan on the Business Route as a result.
RV Park offers fabulous views of the water and neighboring islands. Tommy Thompson Trail runs through park which enables great walking and biking all the way into Anacortes. New individual bathrooms with large showers, toilets and sinks great addition; could be improved with addition of shower caddy for place to put soap, shampoo etc. The park had been deluged with rain before and on our day of arrival flooding many of the waterfront sites. Luckily park wasn't near full and we were able to take a different site than reserved that was drier. For the price this park is charging they should add more gravel to their sites to build them up and fill in the low spots so flooding could be eliminated or greatly reduced. With the high prices they charge and the busy season due to start at the end of the month I would have expected the potholes to have been filled. Wi-Fi worked great from our site (#45).If you want a nice park on the ocean that offers all of the amenities there is no other park which is probably why they can charge the prices they do as this park is definitely not on a par with other RV parks based on their in-season/peak rates; the 30% off-season rates are all that this park is worth. Note that the rate quoted is based on their 30% off-season rate.
Very nice park. Sites and roadways are all paved. Great laundry and bathrooms. Excellent views from the motorhome sites that face the marina; no motorhome sites facing the ocean unfortunately. Paved walking path around park and can walk along the ATV lane to the pier, dunes, and up to the Umpqua River Lighthouse. Staff was friendly. Location is convenient for day trips to Coos Bay, Charleston, Florence and other coastal towns. Rate based on weekly rate of $156 which provides for 1 free night.
We have stayed at this park on 4 separate occasions and love it! In my opinion this is the best RV Park/Resort in Tucson. There are so many activities all provided free or at minimal charge. These include Pickle Ball, tennis, Bocce Ball, Ping Pong, Billiards, Wine Tastings, Wood Carving, Ceramics, Lapidary, and the list goes on. All of the park staff and residents are extremely friendly and helpful. The RV Park backs onto the Santa Cruz River Trail which is a 5 mile paved pedestrian/bike trail that leads to a large shopping centre that provides everything you need.
This is a nice looking park offering beautiful views of the nearby mountains and golf course. The downside, however, of sites with golf course views is that golf balls can and do hit RVs and vehicles! We were in site #193 which we thought was close enough to the green to avoid being hit but just to be safe we did request a screen provided by the RV Park at no charge be set up in front of us. We unfortunately didn't foresee, nor were we warned, that golf balls from the fairway behind us frequently hit RVs and vehicles in our area. We were therefore very upset when a golf ball driven off the 6th tee behind us came through our roof A/C cover. The golfer admitted it was his ball but refused to accept responsibility for the damage he did and neither the RV Park Manager or Golf Shop Manager were willing to provide any assistance in getting the golfer to pay for the damage despite a notice advising golfers that they are responsible for such damage. The only thing the RV Park Manager offered was to put up a screen behind our RV which we could pay for at the rate of $20 per month. As the screens they provide would not have been high enough to prevent repeat damage and we were leaving in a week's time we did not request an additional screen. If you don't want golf balls hitting your RV the only option you have is to stay in one of the sites in the Pet Section at the entrance to the RV Park which are not attractive nor do they offer any nice outlooks. If you don't golf, there isn't much to do at this park. There is only 1 tennis court and no organized fun golf/putting or other sports related events. The access road into the RV park is in a terrible state of repair. The pool is large and surrounded by nice green grass where the lounge chairs are set up. The temperature of the pool is too warm if you are looking for a refreshing dip. Even when the daytime temperatures were in the mid to upper 70's F the pool thermometer was always in the upper 80's F and even reached 90F. Given the high risk for damage from golf balls we will not stay at this RV park again.