This is the first time at this RV park in 5 years. We were a little cautious due to other reviews about unlevel sites; however, we had no problem. The "100" row has recently been re-graded to make the sites more level. New very clean sewer dumps have also been added to that row of sites. As others have mentioned the staff was extremely friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again, but make sure we called ahead to get one of the "100" sites.
Very nice small RV park located within 1 mile of I-10, but no road noise at all. The setting is quite nice with some sites designed to pull into sites overlooking a tidal marsh area. The park will soon be opening another 20+ sites with some of them being pull throughs. It is also a Good Sam park. We definitely will stay here again.
This is a very good spot for traveling across I-10. As another reviewer stated, the Good Sam rating seems very harsh. One change from previous reviews - there is no cable TV. The camp host told me it was no longer active. We were able to get antenna reception of most major networks & satellite reception is very good.
Agua Caliente is a very peaceful, desert location (except for the helicopter training) if you want to be a remote location. We had a great hike on the Moonlight Canyon Trail. But the park is easily an hour from the Anza Borrego Visitor Center and from Julian. We had absolutely no cell reception (Verizon). In order to do an on-line reservation we could not select a 50 amp site although new power pedestals were going in with 50 amp service. We found the sites quite unlevel (our front tires were off the ground) We also would recommend approaching the park from I-8 if there is a choice. especially with a bigger rig.
This Good Sam park is okay for an overnight stop. We did not have a reservation & the hostess only had a 30 amp W/E site (we travel in a 40 ft motorhome). She was very careful to ask us to inspect the site before we committed. The site was narrow, somewhat unlevel, and required running a water hose from the washroom. We had no problem getting onto the site & cable TV & good WI-FI made up for the slight site issues.
Although we did not stay here I became quite familiar with the facility as the managers kindly let me use their immaculate laundry facility as the campground we where we were staying, did not have a laundromat. I found the park to be quite attractive with new smaller trees on the lawns between the well-spaced gravel sites. Like all the campgrounds in this town, there is very little TV reception if using an antenna; however, the wide open area does provide for good satellite reception. The managers have all the necessary satellite set-up info for Canadian as well as US systems (ie: Direct & Dish). I also noticed that this is a destination RV park for caravans which normally have very high standards. I would definitely stay at this park the next time we are in Valemount.
After reading the past two reviews I perhaps had my expectations set too high. The river view is nice; however, most of the sites are very rough and situated in areas that look like they have been recently forested (is clear cut). We would not stay in this park again for two particular reasons: there is no laundromat facilities at all (and there is no public laundromat in Valemount) and there is a $ 5 charge for using the dump station if you stay less than three days.
We had chosen this RV park because of its RV power wash; however, when we got here it was turned off for the season. There are new owners & I'm not sure if they understand the importance of that feature for those coming out of Alaska & northern BC. I also am not sure why the price would be significantly higher than during the summer months. We would probably stay here again as there are no other choices this close to downtown Prince George.
After coming out of Alaska the use of a free RV power wash is an absolute plus. As mentioned before the owners are very friendly & informative. Our price reflects paying $2 extra fro 50 amp service. The WIFI is based on usage with the 1st 75 MB free & then $2.50/75 MB. We would definitely stay here again.
This is our second trip to Valdez. On our previous trip we stayed at another larger RV park; however, we have found Bayside to be a terrific park as we look right out our front windshield across a tidal bay to mountains filled with glaciers. To respond to a previous review, yes, the sites are close together, but no more so than any other RV park in the area. We did not use the park's WIFI as we use our own Verizon MIFI card. With the extended roaming network we had very good reception. The staff is terrific. We would definitely chose this RV park on another visit.
This is our 2nd stop at this campground. Our first was 6 years ago. We once again found it to be a very good Alaska Highway campground with a restaurant, wildlife gallery, and fuel pumps right on site. It is also one of the few RV parks along the AK highway where you are allowed to wash your rig at your site without any extra charge. We would definitely stay here again.
As campgrounds go along the Alaskan Highway, this is a really good one. Our site fee was based on Good Sam membership. We elected one of the back-in sites which are next to the lake and good spacing between sites. It is very pretty with mountains all around. Our only caution. We used our own washer/dryer and some of the clothes got a rust-type stain. We also noticed a metallic smell when we showered. We would definitely stay here again.
We also found the campground hosts to be quite friendly and helpful. They have about 8 pull-through lots that it appears they reserve for big rigs. These sites are all water & 30 amp service. The entry road is quite narrow & wooded, but once inside the main campground area there was plenty of room. We would definitely stop here again.
We were very hesitant to choose this park after reading the previous review and not finding it listed in our Good Sam 2012 Trip software; however, it turned out to be very nice. All sites are back-in, full hookup with cable TV. The sites are quite spacious with lawn separating them. There is a sand box and playground area for kids, as well as being located at a miniature golf course that has a game arcade. There are only two cautions: first, the RV park is located off the Petro Pump fuel stop. You must enter through Petro Pump's entry. Secondly, all of the sites have recently had re-processed asphalt put down and the sites are very soft. Be prepared to either not put down jacks or use pads underneath your jacks.
Although technically not a "waterfront" the site we were assigned allowed us to drive our RV in & look out directly on Lake Michigan with an unobstructed view. It is a beautiful spot with a path across a quiet road leading down to a beach area. It was also level enough that we did not have to deploy our jacks. The campground owner was quite friendly including assisting with suggestions about where to find "local" foods & activities. We would definitely come back here.
Although the campground owners were quite nice we would not select this campground again for several reasons. First, the sites are quite unlevel & the roads are quite narrow. Second, because we used our Good Sam to get a 10 % discount we were not allowed to use our credit card, but had to pay by check. And third, their advertisements all state that there is cable TV, but that is only on their full hookup sites.
Very, very friendly people who go out of their way to make you feel welcome. Many of the campers are seasonal renters who return year after year. All of the sites are large enough to accommodate most any size rig. The Crystal River area provides lots of outside activities without the crowds of the more built up areas of Florida.
We found this military park to be very friendly and well maintained. We had good cell/Internet reception with Verizon and our MIFI card. The only downside is TV reception. Our antenna did not pick up any stations although I saw other rigs with antennas up. We would definitely stay here again.
This was our 3rd stay at Bean Pot. We find it to be very convenient to I-40 with full services & pull-through sites. The only complaint on our recent trip was that there were 2 dogs roaming the campground. Both appeared to be strays and appear to beg at RV sites.