The rate reflects use of the Good Sam discount. Compared to other casino campgrounds this one was towards the lower end. The pool and showers were unavailable during our visit. The WiFi was non-existent. It showed up on my computer, but was so slow it could not be used. I asked about it at the RV desk and was told that the phones were being worked on and maybe that was causing the problem. We were assigned space 19. The sewer was placed towards the rear of the trailer and with the slope of the site, the sewer line was near horizontal. The casino is located an easy drive from Mesa Verde National Park and makes a good place to stay for the few days necessary to see the park. If you sign up for the players club at the casino you will receive $5.00 in free slot play for each day at the RV park. $10.00 for signing up and a nice coffee mug. No alcohol is served in the casino, nor sold anywhere on the reservation.
Rate shown reflects the 50 amp rate. This is a basic campground close to Capitol Reef National Park. Long pull thrus, but watch the overhead branches. Dirt roads and sites with some trees between. No cable. WiFi shows 54 mps. No Good Sam or other discounts.
The rate reflects us of a Senior Pass and is half of the regular nightly rate. Ken's Lake is a beautiful campground south of Moab. There are views of the red cliffs and a babbling waterfall within the park. This campground is boondocking only, but, for a few days, it is the best value for a visit to Moab. The camp host is friendly and helpful. There is no water or dump at this campground. Locations of dumps and available water and showers are available from the visitors center in Moab. The park is separated into two sections. Motor homes are better suited for the first section as the road to the second section contains a deep "V" shaped dip that may cause damage to the front cap on most Class A motor homes. Sites are of differing sizes, but all include a picnic table and fire ring with grill.
The rate reflects a monthly rate of $395. Electric is metered. Internet is Tangonet and is available at $12 per month. The pull thrus are used primarily by overnighters or those staying just a few nights. However, several pull thrus are used by permanent residents. The best sites are along the southern fence line, but most of these sites are taken by permanent residents who leave their RVs at the site over the summer and then come down from the north each winter. Summer storage on a site is available for $60 per month plus metered electric. The interior sites are very close together. Your neighbors sewer connection is a few feet from your patio. The interior roads are adequate for maneuvering. Big Rigs can get in and out with no problems. The pool and hot tub are excellent. The park has many well planned weekly activities. A nearby senior center offers a work out area with a variety of equipment and fitness classes. A nearby high school offers lunch daily for $3 per person. The park is well located for the Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park. The nearest Walmart is 12 miles, other grocery shopping is 20+ miles.
The Schechert Family Fitness Center offers 48 RV sites around the perimeter of their parking lot. All sites are full hookup. Many are big rig sites. Most sites are narrow and close together, although all sites are at least 16' wide including a small concrete patio area. Annual rate is $2850 plus metered electric. Monthly rate is $350 plus electric. Weekly and Daily rate is based on season and include electric. Winter Weekly rate is $235 and Winter Daily rate is $35.50. The use of Schechert Family Fitness Center is available, free of charge, for all who reside in the RV park. The fitness center includes cardio, strength and free weights and a scheduled variety of fitness classes. An outdoor pool and spa is also available for use.
This campground is open to current Elks members and their guests. A host is on site and offers parking assistance, and suggestions regarding local activities and attractions. The lodge was closed during our visit. The sites near the lodge are full hook-up, but they are not level and the sewer connection location does not provide adequate slope. Several dry camping sites are available on blacktop. Some E/W sites are back to back on gravel, but if the campground is not busy, as when I visited, they become pull-throughs. Other E/W sites are on blacktop and provide adjacent parking for tow vehicle. There is a dump on site. Wifi was advertised as being available in the campground, but we could not connect. The host told us that something was wrong with the antenna. There is no stay limit and you can call ahead to check availability. We would stay here again as it is quiet, a good location and a real value compared to other campgrounds in the area.
This is a very nice campground. The rate shown includes Good Sam and a discount for paying cash. The campground is surrounded by orange groves and the sites are separated by orange trees. You can pick as many oranges as you wish. The sites are long and wide, mostly level on gravel. All utilities worked well, although the sewer pipe connection was about 6" above the concrete slab. The Wi-Fi was excellent and the cable TV included over 160 channels. The location has easy access to CA-58 and is on the eastern edge of Bakersfield. There is a fruit & nut store about a mile away that offers fresh oranges, nuts and dates for sale and they will ship. We would definitely return to this campground.
As other reviewers have noted, this is the only choice for the area. On the plus side, it is a short drive to the BART or ACE stations for fast, easy and economical transportation to San Francisco, Alameda and Contra Costa counties. The hosts are very friendly and accommodating. It is usually very quiet, however, the tree trimmers were out this morning at 6:30 am. The sites are tight and close together. As is usually the case in these sort of campgrounds, some people think the rule that limits parking on the roadways doesn't apply to them. The roads are paved with adequate room to turn and maneuver. Overall, the campground is a parking lot with hookups close to BART. Beware the "on-site" camp store. I paid over $30 to refill a 30# propane tank.
This is a very nice park, one of the best we've used. The owners and staff are friendly, helpful and hospitable. The rate shown includes the 15% Escapees discount. The grounds are cared for meticulously. The landscaping is beautiful with well placed trees, green grass and other plantings. We had originally been assigned a standard site with the Escapees discount, but were upgraded to a premium pull-thru site. Each premium site has a paved patio with table and four chairs. The utilities worked well. The Wi-Fi was excellent. One caution - the sewer connection on the standard sites is at the rear of the site. A very long hose would have been necessary had we stayed at that site. Overall, this park is Excellent. We would certainly stay here again. The meat market around the corner is a must stop.
This is a very nice park. The rate reflects a modified weekly rate. Weekly and monthly rates are available with approval of the manager. All sites are paved and level with plenty of room between sites. The utilities work well. The Wi-Fi is excellent. Cable is available at some sites. Very friendly and helpful staff. Walking distance to the Yakama Nation Cultural Center complex with restaurant and theater. Short drive to the Legends Casino. Interesting area with historic sites, vineyards and fruit and produce markets nearby. We would definitely stay here again.
This park was sold on the day we arrived. I'm not sure how the sale will effect future policies. The rate shown is a combination of Passport America and regular rates. We stayed a week. The campground appears to be a former KOA. We had a FHU pull through site. All the utilities worked great. The WiFi was 54 Mbps the whole time we were here. We watched movies on our Roku. We didn't use the pool, although it appeared to be clean and well tended. There are several seasonal sites, but overall this is a great campground. Located across the road from the National Historic Site. Nice town with a very nice meat market. Would stay here again and recommend to friends.
Great park and great campground. Unbelievably scenic. Great trails and views. Quiet. Hosts were welcoming and informative. Rangers suggested activities. No hookups. Flush toilets. No showers. Paved pull through sites. Big rig friendly. No fire rings. Provided grills may be used for campfires or you can use a raised fireplace for campfires. You may gather downed wood for campfires. We didn't see any buffalo. Would stay here again.
This is a good overnight spot. The manager was very friendly and pleasant. The rate reflects an AARP discount. There are three FHI 50/30A pull-through sites next to the office, none of which are even near level, but we were able to get it close enough. Great WiFi!!! A good site after being in BD for six nights. I would stay here again, but for the extra $12, I might go across the street for a level site and to use the pool.
This is a nice city park along the Missouri River. The sites are all back-in, but there is plenty of room. The area is primarily gravel and the sites are all marked. There is a dump station and fresh water available on site. A restroom is nearby. Showers are available at the swim beach, a short walk away. The RV area is next to the boat ramp and fish cleaning station, so select from the lower numbered sites if available. Tents are allowed on the grassy area between the RV area and the river. There is no charge for tents. The tent area includes grills and covered tables. No open ground fires are permitted. The park also provides covered pavilions, a swimming pool, a swimming beach area, tennis courts, a ball field, playgrounds and a sand volleyball area. A walking/biking path extends through the park. The park is patrolled by police. A limit of 5 days is the posted rule, however, a phone number is listed on the check-in card if more days are desired. We stayed six days. This is a nice park. We would stay again if in the area.
The park is very nice as far as appearance is concerned. There is a nice stream running along the park. There is a nice walking path adjacent to the park. The sites are shaded and offer full hook-up. There are six premium sites offered at an additional charge of $5 per night. These sites offer a longer site and more room between sites. We camped in a premium site and the nightly rate reflects the additional charge. I was disappointed in the site as it was not even close to being level. After many attempts to move the trailer around the site to find the best level, I finally achieved a spot that only required 2 1/4" of boards on one side. So, if you choose a premium site and don't have jacks, bring some lumber. In addition, there is only one Wi-Fi antenna and it is at the office. So if you are not parked next to or very near the office, your signal will be poor if you are able to receive a signal at all. If you plan to use the Wi-Fi, my advice would be to get a site near the office and avoid the premium sites.
This is a great campground. The owners are on site and actively managing and improving the facilities. I had no problem getting through the park and onto my site. I was escorted to my site by the owners father. All sites are paved with a paved patio and an outdoor glass top table. Great water pressure. But, I found the Wi-Fi to be somewhat spotty. This is a great location to visit the many attractions in and around the Montgomery area. I would absolutely return and recommend this campground.
This campground is packed with workers, many from the nearby Nissan plant. Several RVs have not seen the road in many years. I felt safe, however, I'd likely not bring a family for a vacation. I could not connect to any Wi-Fi and had trouble getting a Direct TV signal. My site was a back-in, relatively level. Several other campers provided assistance with backing. Rate reflects weekly rate of $199.
I stayed at Free Spirit for a week. The rate reflects PA rate. This campground is not big rig friendly. There are trees very close to park roadways in several places. Negotiating the roads both coming in and leaving was difficult. In addition, the sites are no where near level. You should plan to bring plenty of levelers. If I were to return to this area I would try one of the nearby state parks.
The park offers weekly and monthly rates and is primarily used for longer term campers. Due to IL state law regulating mobile home and RV parks, only trailers or fifth wheels are permitted. This park is very clean, quiet and well run. The RV's are intermixed with the mobile homes and many of the RV's are seasonal or long term. The neighbors are friendly. The streets are paved and very wide and easy to maneuver. All sites are paved with water, 50/30 am electric, sewer. There are no restrooms or showers. All RVs must be self contained. The park is very convenient to shopping, entertainment and restaurants. Also, it is convenient to IL-255 for easy access to I-270 and I-255. All in all a very nice park for extended stays.
This state park is very close to Mt. St. Helens and across the highway from the first visitors center. There is an area of full hookups and a more traditional camping area with E, W/E and no hookup sites. The full hookup area is wide open with easy access and level sites. The rest of the campground is wooded. There are a few Yurts available as well. The restrooms were clean. The shower is operational thru tokens available at the entry booth. Overall this is a nice park with easy access to I-5 and Mt. St. Helens.
This is a wonderful park with easy access from I-90. It is within a few hours drive of Glacier National Park. There is a great steak house and a hot springs nearby. The park is owned and operated by two very caring and hospitable hosts who go the extra mile to insure their guests enjoyment and comfort. The park setting is full of natural beauty with stunning views. The entry and park roads are all graveled. The sites are level and clean. The restrooms are immaculate. This park is a winner.