This is our second stay in this park and probably not our last. It is the best in the area. It's convenient to any place you want to go. The office staff is wonderful. The pool was under repair which did not really bother us. The Wi-Fi was sporadic but when it worked it worked very well. It was weaker in the morning. We managed to get by. We especially appreciated that we could buy ice for 25 cents. Nice and convenient. We came for two weeks and stayed two months. Obviously we like it here very much.
Check in was hectic. We did not care for the location or position of our lot, but we stayed there anyway. Wi-Fi does not work at all. Hookups were at the very back of our coach which makes it more difficult to get connected. Barking dogs, more in the daytime than nighttime, is a real problem in this park. This park does have a nice library where you can swap books. Other than that we were very disappointed and we will not stay here again.
Check in is quick. Park is clean. Sites are level but the streets are narrow. Backing in was a challenge. Hook ups are at the very back of the site, so additional hoses may be needed. WiFi worked well. Laundry room could use a little cleaning. The bright spot at this park was the fact they have a covered carport type facility, where you can wash your car on your own with a 30 minute limit. They furnish the water. That seems extremely generous in the arid desert. Because we had such problems maneuvering in this park, we are not sure we will stay here again.
Check in was quick and easy. The couple was very nice. Our site was a bit different than the ones around us. Our sewer connection was at the front of our coach. Fortunately we carry extra hose. It is Arizona law that the sewer hose cannot touch the ground. Be prepared for that. This park would benefit greatly by adding 2 or 3 more trash dumpsters. The ones that are there were completely filled every single day and some days it overflowed onto the ground. People do not follow the rules regarding dogs. We don't have a dog and we were able to get to the dumpster before it filled up, so we got by for the time that we were there. No working Wi-Fi available. We would definitely stay here again but will ask for a different site; one more suitable to us.
Check in was quick and easy. Site was level. Wi-Fi was sporadic at best. The airplanes beginning at 8:00 AM nearly drove us nuts. They vibrated our speakers loose! They were military jets, not commercial. For a 55+ park, people keep very late hours and are noisy when they return home. One particular car had speakers that must have been gigantic. The music was not 55+ type of music and it was very loud. We found within about 24 hours that the rules for dogs only apply to the short term or overnight visitors. The full time or permanent people are allowed to let their dogs roam free, deposit their gifts everywhere, and bark all night long. One night we heard gun shots that woke us out of deep sleep. No more sleep that night. We counted 14 shots. Other people staying here heard it and just like us, no one knew what to do. There is no security inside the park at night. The laundry room is in bad need of updating. The machines are way too small and people overload them so something is always in need of repair. After reading previous reviews, we felt we would be staying in a nice place. What a disappointment. This is definitely not a resort. It is a trailer park with a RV sites. We will not stay here again.
Check in was quiet and easy. Camp worker on duty was very nice and friendly. Sites are gravel but still level. It was very dusty partially because of the dirt interior roads and partially because of the drought. Miller Creek is attractive and peaceful. This is a good location to visit a number of cities nearby plus all of the wineries between Johnson City and Fredericksburg. No cable but can still receive a few local channels. Will stay here again if we are in this area. One oddity we noticed was that a number of women walk in the very early hours of the morning, while still dark, and they talk and laugh very loudly. We have not encountered this before.
This is our second stay in this park. We will stay here again if we are in this area. Check in was quick and easy. Camp worker was very nice and helpful. Roads are gravel and due to lack of rain this park is very dusty. Wi-Fi is sporadic and weak. It is close to the village of Mesilla which we enjoy because they have a couple of great restaurants there we enjoy.
This is an acceptable overnight stop but we would never stay longer unless it was an emergency. The road into the park and all interior roads are dirt. The dust is unbelievable. Check in was simple and quick. No Wi-Fi. No cable.
Check in easy. Office worker was friendly and escorted us to our site. We were at the back of the park which we thought would be quieter with all of the interstate construction. Wrong. The trains run across the back of the park. The construction does make it difficult to get to the park at this time. It will get better in the future. Interior roads are rutted and rugged due to recent rains. Wi-Fi was completely inoperable though we were told we would have great service. We do not have plans to stay here again at this time.
This is a great park in the wintertime, but would not want to be here in the summer, as it is probably crawling with kids running to the river. Check-in was quick and easy. Our site is at it's limit for a larger coach. Our power cord and cable are stretched to their limits. There are very few sites available for short stays. Almost all sites are permanent residents, which does change the overall atmosphere of the park. WiFi is rather poor. Water pressure is so low in the mornings it is almost non-existent. It gets stronger throughout the day. The laundry is small but will suffice in a pinch. Most nights the park is quiet and dark. We would probably stay here again if we are in this area.
This is a hard park to rate for us since we were here during a time of horrible storms. There is no tornado siren anywhere and no tornado shelter. Most parks in tornado prone areas have something available for guests. Not here. The lady in the office was not happy and it showed in her interaction with people. The park is clean and the sites are wide enough to be comfortable. We think the price is too high for what you get. If you do not eat the breakfast, then it is expensive to stay here. No discounts for a week's stay. That's a first for us. We will stay here again if we happen to be in this area. But we will only stay for one night.
This was our second stay at this park. This is a great place to stay. Check in was efficient and quick. Nice people in the office. Sites are wide. Everything worked great. Quiet at night. Security is top notch. The casino is fun and has a decent buffet. Shuttle service is always available. We hope we can continue to return to this park many times in the future. Rate is based on points earned in the casino on a previous stay.
This is our second stay at Poche's and we hope it will not be our last. We love it here. It is not fancy at all. But it is very quiet except on weekends when locals come here to fish and party. It's cheap entertainment for them, and fun entertainment for us to watch them. We found a spot we really enjoy. The sunsets are great. Nearby restaurants, including Poche's, provide incredibly delicious food. The only thing that bothered us, is that people can drive into the camp and drive around looking at RVs, then leave without telling anybody they are here. The people in the office are terrific to work with. WiFi was good. We recommend this as a great getaway off the beaten path.
This is definitely not a resort but we really enjoyed our stay here. The office was closed for lunch when we arrived, but there was a note on the door telling us which site was ours. We had a back-in site and it was easy to get into. No problems with the park at all. It was quiet. The casino was fun and the buffet was the best casino buffet we have had to date. Great food, great service. And seniors eat for $5.99 on Weds and Fridays. What a treat! We will most definitely stay here again. The lady who takes care of the office, was extremely polite and helpful.
This is a rather unique park to review. The way the sites are terraced up and down hills is interesting. The roads are tight and steep. Once in our site which was ample in width we really enjoyed the peace and quiet of this park. The lady who checked us in was delightful. We did visit Elvis' home and downtown Tupelo as well as a nearby mall. We enjoyed all of it. We were able to use our satellite in spite of really tall trees. WiFi worked, too. We would stay here again if we were in this area.
This park is mostly fulltime residents. We were instructed at check-in to go pick out our own site and let the office know what we had selected. We did. The beauty of this park is the long and beautiful walking trails. We were here during the time when the leaves changed colors and it was very pretty and peaceful. I think it would be wise to call ahead for reservations at this park since there are not many sites for short term people. We will stay here again when we get a chance.
It is a dirty and rocky campground. Sites are narrow and ours was no where close to level. There are no free amenities. Everything you do costs at least $12 per person. The restaurant was acceptable, expensive and full of flies. We had to fight them to eat our food. WiFi was not working at all. Road and train noise was terrible. This was not a pleasant stay for us at all. We hope we do not have to return here at any time in the future. It is convenient to Cheyenne for grocery shopping.
Check in was quick and easy. The park is quiet. It is dusty because of dirt roads. WiFi worked. Site was level. The only thing that bothered us was the fact that the lady next door brought her dog over to our site to take care of business, and every person who walked to the office walked through our site. We've not encountered that situation before. It was odd and a little uncomfortable. We would probably stay here for a night or two at some time in the future. It is not a place for an longer stay.
We booked one full week and four extra days based solely on previous reviews. The owners were extremely nice and friendly. They allowed us to have our mail forwarded to this location. We did not enjoy the site we were assigned. It was extremely noisy both with semi trucks on the highway and endless trains going through town. We had no WiFi signal and cell service which we have never had a single problem with, was non-existent. Even our MiFi struggled to work. Every night there was a terrible sewer type smell that overwhelmed the site. We were on the verge of complete panic thinking something was wrong with our coach. That was not the case. It was the site. When we had a family medical emergency we were forced to leave two days early. We went into the office and explained the situation. We did not ask or demand a two day refund and none was volunteered. We did think that perhaps under the circumstances they would credit us at least one day and were disappointed when they did not. We had to leave, no choice, so I guess they just made a little extra profit off of our early exit. There are no written rules that stated no refund would be issued. In fact there were no rules anywhere. This entire situation was a huge disappointment to us. We originally planned that we would stop here next year also. Now we know we will not be back.
Having stayed twice in a nearby campground, we decided to try this KOA. On the website it was Twin Creeks and offered Good Sam discount. When we arrived it was a KOA with no discounts. It was extremely expensive for where they made us park. We were in a tiny spot at the back of the campground. It was not level at all. We were glad we were just passing through as we would not want to spend any length of time here, nor do we want to stay here again. Cable was available but too fuzzy to watch. WiFi was sporadic. We gave up and used our MiFi. This was not a pleasant stop for us. Next time through we'll go back to the other campground down the street.
The pride of ownership does show through the care the owners take of all the flowers. Check in was easy. That's where the good ended. We were on the last row in front of a private residence. There was a big dog in the fenced yard that almost never stopped barking, day and night. It was terrible. There was some type of gravel or rock operation behind the park that started loading gravel at 5:00 AM. Check out time is 11:00 AM. At 10:30 AM on the morning we were leaving while we were disconnecting everything and hooking up our toad, a woman in a golf cart came by to be sure we were leaving. We lacked only 8 more minutes which was still before check out time. We won't come back here just based on that one fact alone. If check out time is NOT 11:00 AM, then it should be posted. There were no people checking in so we had not delayed anyone.
Check in was quick and easy. We were assigned one of the sites where water and power are on the right side of the coach, and sewer is on the left. However, someone had run over the sewer connection and it was tricky to use. We did manage. The trees which provide nice shade in the hot summer, do prevent satellite reception. WiFi is fast. Sites are grass and there are lots of bugs, so bring bug spray. There is little traffic noise at night, but the noise of the restroom door slamming was so annoying. It was a constant slamming all night long. We did witness the game of musical RVs, but were not part of it, fortunately. Because of the lack of amenities we found this to be a little expensive. Be aware that some sites are closer together than others. Ours was acceptable.
Check in was easy, but driving through this park was not. It is extremely tight. There are many cars parked everywhere in every direction, so trying to keep the tiny streets as one way streets is difficult. Unfortunately we were relegated to the G section which means grass sites. No streets to get there. You just drive on the grass and the ground beneath is very rough with lots of holes. They force people to park very close together. We could hear our neighbors talk when both of our windows were closed. That's how close we were together. Two sites share an electrical box and a water faucet. It is possible to park so close in this area, that slides cannot be used on adjoining sites. We found this park to be extremely overpriced for the difficult conditions. On a good note, it is located where you can easily get to the tourist sites in the area. We plan to never stay here again.
What a disappointment this park was for us. Check in was awkward as the waitress in the restaurant had to check us in. There are no rules in this park, and no one onsite to assist when people get loud at night. There are no real RV sites. Everyone just parks helter skelter because it is a big meadow with only grass sites. If you are lucky the people who pull in next to you will give you room to walk beside your RV. You can only run one a/c even when it is 100° outside. They do not disclose this fact when you make reservations, or even when you check in. They inform you after you have paid and are connected. Being assured we could use our satellite in the spot we were assigned, turned out to be incorrect. The people next to us were in the same situation. There is no cable, so if you enjoy hearing what's happening in the world, don't stay here. We ate at the restaurant once and it was so bad we never went back. On a positive note, the hummingbirds are fun to watch. We pray that we will never, ever have to even think about staying here again.
This place is a dump, and we will never stay here again. Check in was dreadful. We asked for 50 amp and were assigned a 30 amp, so we had to back out and move to an even tighter site. This sites are pull in and back out, and they have very tight turns. Lots of permanent residents here that do not take care of their "homes," and it brings the park down even further. We felt something shady was happening at the trailer next door as cars stopped there every few minutes all night long. It was extremely uncomfortable. Whomever is running this park obviously does not stay there after about 4:00 PM, and he needs to be there. This park needs some serious work.
The owner was very nice to us so check in was really quick and simple. It is an acceptable place to stay to see all of the sites in the area. We did find the road noise and the train noise to be annoying. We were a bit surprised when the owner turned our water off after he ran water on the grass, or rather the weeds. We did not ask why. We just turned it back on ourselves. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
This is a pleasant park to stay in while visiting the nearby sights. The thing that really bothered us was that you have to walk or drive around and select your own site. The office will not assign you one. Then you go back to the office and tell them what you have selected. Not knowing anything about the park, we picked the wrong site. We were too near the office. Next time we'll get farther away. The worker in the office was very friendly. Due to its proximity to town we will probably stay here again. The weekly rate is actually very reasonable. It appears there is security here during the rally but not the rest of the year. As previously stated, everything is gravel but no trouble leveling.
Our stay was 8 months after the previous post and there still is no landscaping and no cable TV. Sites are very narrow and without landscaping: when it rained we walked in deep mud. Wi-Fi was excellent. There are no amenities at this location. This is not a destination stop. It is merely here to establish residency in South Dakota. The office staff is very efficient at helping you do that.
Owners were very friendly. Check in was quick and easy. Pull through site was long and easy to level. Wi-Fi was good. This park is clean and convenient to town. It's a good stop for a night or two. We will stay here again if we are ever in this area.
This is just a one night stop on your way to nicer places. Check-in was pleasant. They no longer honor Passport America as per a hand written note on the door. Sites are close together. We hope we do not have to stay here again. Wi-Fi is good. Local TV channels are very limited.
As previously reviewed this is a dust pit. Our site was not a concrete pad. We saw only a couple that had concrete pads. We find it very unfortunate that this location is perfect while traveling the route we take. Otherwise we would never stay here. People were very noisy. One coach idled for over half an hour at 5:30 AM. Not necessary and disrespectful to neighbors. Wi-Fi and cable both were poor at best.
We agree with the previous review about the stench from the garbage dumpsters. There was so much garbage that someone took a front end loader and smashed the garbage down into the dumpster as it was falling out all over the ground. There are 90 full time residents in this park with lots of kids running through all of the sites and yelling. Aside from road noise, kid noise and unbelievable odor from the garbage, I guess it's ok to stay for one night. We hope we will never have to stay here again. One good point--the WiFi was very strong. We were told to leave our trash at the front of the site and it would be picked up. It was not, so we had to actually walk close to the stinking garbage dumpster. The owner is on site building a miniature golf course. You would think he would see all of these things and correct them.
The noise at this park was intolerable. Emergency vehicles and lots of trucks speed all night long on the interstate which is only a stone's throw away. AWACS planes fly overhead during daylight hours. They need some serious pigeon control. Those nasty birds make a mess everywhere. They parked a motorhome so close to us we could not walk on that side of our coach. Not sure why they felt the need to do that. The breakfast you pay extra for is not good at all. We hope and pray we will never be in a position where we have to stay here again at any time in the future.
We found this to be expensive for what is available in this park. However, the park we wanted to stay in was full of permanent residents and the manager referred us to this park. The owner greeted us by name as we pulled in. He was the friendliest and most helpful owner/manager we have ever encountered. This park is not for big rigs but he managed to put our 40 ft coach in a spot that did not bother anybody else. This would not have worked if the park had been full. Getting in and out of the park is tight. The park has no real amenities, but is is located close to many attractions and good places to eat. If need be, we will stay here again, but a park that's big rig friendly would probably work better.
The price is high for what is available. However, office staff was extremely nice. Sites are acceptable. It's on top of a hill so wind is very common. It is close to many fun attractions. We will stay here again if need be.
Toll free number in the Woodall's book is incorrect. Directions are wrong. After we finally found it, the entrance is pretty and welcoming. Office staff is friendly and polite. When you drive to the actual RV sites, it is a disappointment. Concrete pads are VERY narrow and you step off your steps into mud if it has just rained, or weeds if it is dry. There is no need for the pads to be so small as the site width would allow for more concrete. The concrete pad with picnic table is toward the back of the site. No trees. It is nice enough for an overnight stop, but does not interest us for any longer. We will stay here again only if we have to.
We'd give this park higher than a 10 if it were available. What a fabulous place to stay. Check in was so easy. Price is extremely affordable. Shuttle to the casino runs continuously. Every person who works for WinStar goes above and beyond to make you feel welcome. They will do whatever it takes to make your visit perfect. The casino is so nice with 7000 slots. There are several nice places to eat inside. We just love it here and will return as often as we can. We did hear road noise from I-35 but who cares? The slots pay! This is a wonderful place to stay.
The person who answered the phone was extremely rude. Thankfully check in was a little better. This is a park where you would only stay one night if you had to, or two nights if you want to hit the casinos. It is noisy. There are many full time residents. The monthly rate must be much less than we thought. We will stay here again in the future, only if we have to.
Vicksburg was full or we never would have stopped here. It is an overnight stop and that's all. When someone new pulls in, the permanent people drive around and gawk at them. Not comfortable at all. We found this to be very expensive for what we got in return. We would stay here again in the future, only if Vicksburg is once again full.
Clean and quiet park. No activities. If you want group activities, you have to go to Bella Terra. The swamp at the south end of this park puts out an unpleasant smell in hot and muggy weather. That's part of the gulf lifestyle. Rules have recently changed to allow smaller RVs and outdoor clothes lines. Most site rates have increased dramatically for 2012. For those reasons alone we may not return. Otherwise, it was a quiet stay for 2 months of one of the warmest winters on record.
As previously stated this is not a park, it is a parking lot. It is, however, completely paved so no mud or rocks to deal with. Spaces are wide. It is really tricky to find a spot that does not require intense work trying to get level. Whether or not you like it, it is almost the only game in town. Birmingham area is really lacking in RV parks. We were here in May and July of 2011. Two RVs that were here last year are still here even though there is a 90 day limit for staying here. People drive in and fill their tanks with water: for free. And some have driven in, used the sewer connections and left: again, for free. The City of Hoover could make a lot more money if they had someone here to collect fees for those services. It is possible to stay here overnight and leave early enough without paying. That happens here, too. We stayed 10 days and saw much misuse of this park. It is expensive for a parking lot with absolutely no facilities at all but there is no other place to stay while visiting friends and family. We will probably have to return here again in the future.
This park is a dump. It is extremely overpriced for what is there. Check in was very, very slow. Interior roads are pea gravel and puddles. Sites are narrow but we fit in well enough for one night. If there was a convenient park to stay in other than this one we'd never return. It's on our route north. Many full time residents with junk piled everywhere around their sites. There was not a level of security at all. I hope we never have to return to this place, but fear we will have no choice.
This is a unique park, or fish camp if you prefer. The size of the site was sufficient. The lady in the office warned us it was tricky to back into. It was indeed, but we made it. We were there on New Year's Eve, and all we can say is that the amount of money spent on fireworks was shocking! They really enjoyed celebrating, and we enjoyed watching. Rules are not enforced in this park in any way. Dogs ran loose, and not a single person picked up after them. That was bad. But the location was accessible to several excellent restaurants. We did have a huge problem with a pretty Cardinal who was determined to peck our mirrors until they cracked. We finally had to cover both car and coach mirrors. That's not the fault of the park. We would probably stay here again if we are in this area.
We would have rated this park a 10, but the interstate noise was just horrible, and it was constant. Because our space had at one time been for a trailer (or mobile home), it was extremely wide. The concrete pad was very narrow, but that was not a problem. The man who led us to our sight was very nice and so willing to help make our stay pleasant. The office person was ditzy. As the owner eliminates the old trailers and converts the spots to RV sites, this will be a very nice park. It was very clean and the people living there were quiet. It is not too far to drive anywhere we wanted to go including the casinos. Only the road noise was really bad. In spite of that we would probably stay here again in the future.
This is a great RV park. Sites are wide enough for big rigs and level. Very easy access. Interior roads are wide and smooth. Check in was extremely easy and fast. The shuttle service to the casino was nice to have although we did walk one day. Everyone is very nice and really wants your stay to be pleasant. They do not allow long term stays so sites are clean and orderly. Even though it rained for days on end, our site did not flood. We had a great time in spite of the fact we lost at the casino and did not care for the buffet. We will return and be happy to stay here at some point in the future.
This is not a resort. It is only an RV park. It is just about full with oil field and pipeline workers who leave very early in the morning. Site was level. Wi-Fi was acceptable. Check in was slow and frustrating as the worker had difficulty hearing. If the wind was out of the north the truck noise from the interstate was almost intolerable. It's not really close to any nice restaurants. And there's nothing to do here, so a two night stay is about as long as we could handle. We would have only stayed one night but it was raining cats and dogs, so we stayed an extra night. It is doubtful we would ever stay here again.
After reading the previous reviews we were not sure we stayed in the same park. The site we were in was extremely short and so close when we sneezed the people next door said, "Bless you." And the motorhome next door had to move before sun up to let his next door neighbor get his fifth wheel out of the park. We stuck out in the road when we pulled our 40 ft coach into our assigned site. The staff was nice and the park is clean. We definitely do not plan to stay here again.
This is a great location because there is no road noise. However, we had a terrible time getting checked in. We finally gave them the money and went to our site. Someone brought our paperwork to us later. When we asked to stay a little longer, the same lady could not extend our stay because she was "afraid she would ruin the software." It was awful. However, we did stay. It started raining and the only thing paved or rocked in this park is the roadway. It was close to a quagmire. The fifth wheel that came in next to us got stuck before he could even get into his space. The worst to us was the fact there are no rules about dogs and many dogs run loose at any given time. And absolutely no one cleans up behind their dogs. With some rule enforcement and some rocks in the dirt spaces, this could be a fabulous place to stay. It is close to many good places to eat, a wonderful grocery store and some nice churches. And it really does have a wonderful view of the river. We are not sure we would stay here again.
This should not be called an RV park. It is a trailer park. The lady who checked us in was very nice and helpful. For a reason I cannot pinpoint, I felt the rate was perhaps arbitrary, whatever she felt like charging. It is a small park. Sites are small and gravel. There was only one other overnighter besides us. All others are permanent, so permanent in fact, they have structures built and attached to their RVs and 100 lb propane tanks outside. They all go to work starting at 4:30 AM. Every 15 minutes another diesel truck starts up and idles for a long time. It is impossible to get any rest in this park in spite of the fact it is farther off the interstate than the others in this area. We do not recommend this park and hope we do not ever have to stay here again. The cafe is changing owners so liquor cannot be served.
Rate is based on weekly rates. The lady who checked us in was very nice and efficient. The sights are wide enough and though they are gravel, we leveled easily. Wi-Fi was so-so when it worked. No amenities this time of year. It was a bit dusty. There was a dog that barked all night long every night. As soon as the sun came up he shut up. Afraid of the dark? In spite of all of the negatives, we enjoyed our stay here. We will definitely stay here again if we are in this area. There are many fun sites to see around here, good places to eat and Old Town Mesilla was very enjoyable.
The staff was nice and friendly. Wi-Fi was not good at all. Site was long enough and easy enough to level. It is hard to call this a resort when the facilities are all across the street in a motel. We think this park is overpriced for what is there. However, it is a quiet place except for the sound of coyotes every once in a while. If we are in this area again, we will stay here for a day or two just to relax in the peaceful setting.
The staff was friendly. The layout of the park is nice. However, the Wi-Fi was very poor. We had severe water problems, sometimes having no water at all. With or without a regulator the problem persisted. The road noise was very bad because garbage trucks ran every 15 minutes on frontage road going past the park to the dump. It is very overpriced. We had the misfortune of seeing a car belonging to one of the very long term residents being repossessed the morning we left. We will not stay here again.
The office staff was great and very helpful. We were given a back in site. Would have preferred a pull through. Leveling was tricky. Wi-Fi was not good at all. There was road noise at night. This is a good central location to get to several other cities and all of the National parks and monuments. It's not a perfect park but we would definitely stay there again. It has an air of safety that not all parks have. Camp workers are never still. They work and clean constantly and the park reflects their hard work--very clean.
Office staff was friendly and check in was easy, but they are not adequately trained on how to make reservations on the train to the Grand Canyon. We had great difficulty leveling and never got the coach completely level. The park is clean and well cared for. Wi-Fi left a lot to be desired and was not dependable at all. There is easy access to the town of Williams where there are some fun places to eat. The Depot Restaurant onsite was a complete ripoff. We really enjoyed Pine Country Restaurant downtown. We will stay here again but we will choose a more level site if we have the opportunity to do so.
The sites are gravel but easy to level. The sites are wide enough to be comfortable. Owners are very friendly and nice. Office staff is very good. It is quiet and dark enough at night for restful sleep. Close enough to a buffet for acceptable food with better food available in Kingman. The tourist sites in Kingman are not too far away. We really enjoyed the peaceful stay. We will definitely stay here again.
Unfortunately we were next to a park model that was under construction. We won't do that again. The camp workers started working at 6:00 AM with hammers. The worst part is that ALL of them yell at each other for a normal friendly conversation. We did ask the office to have the workers honor the quiet time rules. They did. But the yelling at each other instead of normal speaking voices continued. We have never encountered this before. The sites are very narrow and the roads in the park are tiny at best. Very tight turns leaving. The good part is that every vehicle that enters has to check in at an entry building. Guests have a pass. Those not staying there have their license plate numbers recorded. The office staff is very polite. What we liked best is that this park gave us access to any place we wanted to go. We saw sights in all directions out of Las Vegas. For the money it is the best park in the area. We will stay here again but ask for a quieter site.
We chose this park based on previous reviews. We were very disappointed. Not all spots are spacious. Some are wide enough to park two cars in front. Our space was very narrow with little room left for our small car. With the slides out there was no room left to walk around. It rained while we were there and since we had no grass at our site, we had only mud to walk in. We barely got in our spot due to overhanging trees that desperately need to be trimmed. We were not able to connect to the Wi-Fi. We could not use our satellite and were not overly impressed with the cable. If we stay here again we will ask for a larger site and one without big trees. Note: do not follow the instructions from the north as printed the Woodall directory. You will only find a billboard, not the park. The park itself is actually in another city from what Woodall's tells you. It took us two phone calls to locate this park.
Price reflects Camp Club USA discount. The owner of this park is a delightful lady. Check-in was quick and easy. This park has no real amenities, but it is a quiet and peaceful place to relax and unwind for a few days. The owner told us this park is for sale. We hope the new owners will keep it open as we would like to stay there again in the future. We really enjoyed our stay there.
Based on previous reviews we cancelled our reservations at another park so we could stay at this one. We are so sorry we did. The very young ladies who checked us in were polite. The site was long enough but not as wide as we expected. We were not able to sleep any night we were there. The SLC airport is very close. The interstate had endless truck traffic. On Saturday night there were trucks racing up and down the little streets in the park for hours. There was no one to call for help. At 6:30 AM on Sunday dirt bikes started racing on an adjacent motocross course. There were active rock quarries nearby and a number of oil refineries were in full production. The petroleum smell was horrible. The noise was completely unacceptable. The Wi-Fi was not good at all. We will not stay here again at any time in the future.
This park should either be closed for unsanitary conditions or changed to a mobile home park. There are only about half a dozen spaces available for overnight RVs. Our site was full of dog waste and it had been there a long time. The park is not well lighted. Some of the permanent residents have nailed plywood to their travel trailers and 5th wheels as skirting. The ones with dogs fenced in, have no grass inside the fence. We did not feel safe at all. The lady who checked us in was very nice so that was something good that happened. She did verify that overnight RVs cannot have sewer hookups, only permanent residents can have that. We will not stay here again.
This is a terrific park. The owners go out of their way to accommodate you. Sites are level. We had a problem with noise on one night only. We were about 100 yards from the railroad tracks and at 3:00 AM someone decided to unload heavy pipe of some type. It went on for 4 hours. The rest of the nights were very quiet and peaceful. Wi-Fi is very strong and dependable. This is a great place to stay and we will come back here again.
This is a very nice park with views that cannot be described in words. The owners are very eager to please. The spaces are large enough to be comfortable. It is quiet and peaceful. You can tell the owners care about this park and their guests. The only negative is that there is NO cable. If they added cable, this would be a top rated park. We probably will not stay here again, but if they add cable we would stay for several weeks.
After reading the reviews on this campground we thought this would be a nice place to stay. We did not care for it at all. Check in was simple. No forms to fill out. We only had to give our last name and pay. The rate is high even with Good Sam discount for what is here. Train noise was awful. They were very long trains that ran constantly all night long. Road noise is loud during the daytime. We will not stay here in the future.
Check in was fast and easy. Staff was friendly and helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed this park. It was far enough from the traffic to be peaceful but close enough to all the places we wanted to visit. We enjoyed the turkeys and the deer roaming through the park. We most definitely will stay here again. Wi-Fi was weak even though we were very close to the router, but that won't keep us away in the future.
Check in was simple as we had called ahead. Spaces are short. We did not completely fit in the space with a 40 ft motorhome and a toad. The noise from the interstate was a bit annoying. All in all it is acceptable for an overnight stay. We would stay here again for a one night stopover only.
Owners are father and daughter. Both are very nice. Check in was very fast. Gravel and grass sites are fairly level. Not a fancy park, but it is quiet and clean and safe. Easy access in and out. Wi-Fi was good. No cable TV at our site. We would definitely stay here again for a one night stop over. It was a welcomed oasis when nearby parks were full.
The worker who checked us in was polite. There was no Wi-Fi working. No cable TV. For the first time since we bought our first cell phone, we had absolutely no service. A horrendous storm in late evening blew dirt all over everything in the park (all roads in and out and inside are dirt). Lightning caused a power outage that lasted all night. We had no way to call the "manager" to see if we needed to report the outage. He never made an attempt to contact anybody in the park. It is 19 miles to the closet grocery store. We would not stay here again if it were the only park in Kansas. It is not an oasis, but it is in the middle of nowhere.
When we arrived there was a very mature lady sitting at the desk. She was not able to check us in. She could not operate the computer. Even though we had called for reservations, she could not do anything to help us. She assigned us a site and we directed ourselves to it. We went back later and the manager/owner? had gone to get food for her kids. We waited. When she came in the back door, we asked if we could please get a receipt. She was not happy and was very, very rude to us. We are not sure why. She never even thanked us for staying here. There are no quiet sites in this park. The south end is bordered by a very busy I-70. There is hotel construction on the east side. The west side has a road construction company with very big gravel hauling trucks. They run from 6:00 AM until 6:00 PM on the north side of the park. The best way to avoid all that noise is to be gone all day and turn on a noisy fan in your coach at night. You have to take a detour behind a truck stop to get to this park and it is on a badly rutted dirt road. If you want a day of peace and quiet, this park is not for you. The Wi-Fi is monitored and they shut if off when they choose to. We do not anticipate ever staying here again.
This park is NOT big rig friendly or accessible. We tried 2 sites and walked 4 others but could not get into any of them. When we paid cash at the office, with our coach parked outside the window, the check in person never told us they could not accommodate us. After a very long time of attempting to make a successful parking, we gave up and left. They will not refund our money. They will give us credit at another park, but it will not be any better than this. We agreed to a lake side site only to discover it is a back in. We do not have a back window (duh) so it was a waste of money. Again, it should have been disclosed to us at check in that the site was a back in. We had no way of seeing the site as it is 2.5 miles into the park on a road so narrow it would not qualify as a single lane on an interstate. This was a very bad experience. We will take part of the blame for the fiasco, but the personnel in the office should disclose that a big rig won't fit or that all sites, including lake front, are back ins. If you have a big rig, do not even think about stopping here.
It would be difficult to find enough nice adjectives to describe this park. The office is beautiful, the staff is fabulous. It's a beautiful park. It's clean. The Wi-Fi is the best we have had in 4 months. It was actually flawless. The host couples are extremely friendly and represent the park very well. The pool is beautiful. The free laundry facilities are spotless. It is fabulous! The only negative remark to be made is that this is kept from being an upscale resort by allowing very small 5th wheel trailers to stay. If they want it to remain upscale like others not too far away, they will have to allow motor coaches only, minimum 32 feet. As it is now you can have a nice 42 foot coach next to a 28 foot trailer. However, it did not detract from our stay, but it will detract from sales of their lots. Their winter rates are not competitive with others closer to the coast. The rates the week we stayed were actually cheaper than the other parks. It was a great visit. We would happily stay for a short term stay during the summer.
Check in was simple and quick. Staff was friendly. When we called we were told we got the last pull through. We arrived to find there are NO pull through sites. The sites are pull ins. And there were several vacant ones. We did have a nice view of a private canal which was very pretty at sunrise. At night it had an unpleasant, but overpowering, odor. There was quite a bit of noise from speeding traffic on the road. Laundry room was clean. Did not check out anything else. This is a nice park for a one night stop.
We checked ourselves in as the office is only open a few hours each day. The site was acceptable. The park is old but seems to be well cared for. Management protects their ducks at all costs. The swimming pool appeared to be quite large for such a small park. The mosquitoes were absolutely awful, but perhaps that's normal for this time of year. It is a good one night stopover.
We were told this is a new park. It is clean and does look new. Check in was quick and easy. The only negative is that the road noise from I-95 is constant and annoying. We would stay here for a one night stop again in the future.
Rate is with Good Sam discount. Pull through sites are long but extremely narrow. We had no one beside us or it would have been very uncomfortable. The rules say no one can use the washer or dryer in their coaches. I found this offensive as I believe what I do inside my coach is not their business as long as it does not hurt anybody else. Also most of the entry is a single lane, narrow road. Not sure what would happen if two big rigs met at the entrance. We will never stay here again.
Check in was quick and easy. Our original site had no water available due to a break somewhere. So, we were upgraded to a stream side site without extra charge to us. The only negative we found to this park was the large number of permanent residents whose sites were junky and very unattractive. Some had two or three tents that were open over onto the next site. It was not even pleasant to walk past those. We do not think we would stay here again.
Rate based on CCUSA. Owner was extremely nice. Check-in was quick and easy. Quiet, laid back location. We really enjoyed this park except for one big issue. The electrical service was sporadic at best. We thought something was wrong with our inverter so we paid for a mobile RV repairman to come to our site. He said the park does have severe electrical power surges. He did not know if it was transformers within the park or transformers coming into the park. Either way it caused us some alarming problems. He assured us our problems would go away as soon as we left and that is just what happened. Wi-Fi was also weak at times and sometimes not available at all. It is a great location to visit Savannah, Bluffton and Hilton Head and Tybee Islands. I do not think we would stay here again based on the severe electrical problems.