This is a really nice park located in a remote area surrounded by pine trees. Be sure to stock up on groceries in Las Vegas, because there are no stores located near the park. The road from Sapello to the park is a bit narrow and winding, but no problem if you take it slow. We had a really nice back-in site and were fortunate to be able to get a satellite signal from our roof mounted dome. Water pressure, electricity, and Wi-Fi were good. We met several of the permanent residents and all were really friendly. The office staff was also friendly. My only complaint with this park is that there were several permanent houses (cabins?) located near the office area and all seemed to have floodlights that were lit 24/7. This interfered with the ambiance of being in a dark wooded area and seemed to shine in your eyes when attempting to enjoy the stars at night. I wish they would exercise dark sky etiquette like many other communities. We will stay here again.
This is a great no-frills overnight stop on IH-20. The owner/host is very friendly and lives on the property. The sites are level gravel pull throughs. The Wi-Fi worked great. We paid with a personal check and were charged $20. Be advised that there are no stores or late night restaurants near the area. We traveled 1/2 mile to the Loves truck stop for pizza. There are no trees, so not any shade but good for satellite reception. I would highly recommend this park for an overnight stay.
We spent a couple of nights at this campground which is located just north of San Antonio. The staff was friendly and the park was very quiet. The roads have quite a few potholes and there are numerous speed bumps installed throughout the campground. Our site was a gravel pull-through which accommodated our motorhome and toad, however the site was not very level. The site contained a small covered shelter with a picnic table, which was very nice. The water hookup was located in the far front of the site and required the use of two hoses in order to make the connection. The Wi-Fi was generally good, but would slow down considerably during peak usage periods. The bathrooms, showers and laundry areas were very clean and well maintained. There were lots of permanent residents here and they were all very nice and friendly. I would stay here again.
This is a beautiful park with lots of trees and a creek. It is right in town and is convenient to nearby tourist sites. We stayed in an "executive" site, which was very large and located next to the creek. The park is extremely quiet and clean. The staff was very friendly. I would have given it a 10, but the Wi-Fi service leaves a lot to be desired. It is very slow and sporadic. I hope they resolve this, as dependable Wi-Fi is now a requirement for most RV'ers. We will definitely return for another stay.
This is a very nice and clean park. All of the sites are asphalt. We had a pull through which was long enough for our rig and toad. It was a bit unlevel, but we were able to level using our jacks. A motorhome located two sites down from us had to use blocks under the rear wheels and jacks in order to get level, so choose your site carefully. This park definitely has a corporate feel. We heard a couple of trains each night, but did not find them to be a problem. My only complaints were of the long wait times while making telephonic reservations and the poor signage directing people to the appropriate check in center at the store.
This is a quirky little park, which is adjacent to a mobile home area. The pull through sites are extremely long and ours was very level. The Wi-Fi, cable, and utilities were very good. The staff was friendly. We did not check out the bathrooms/showers. You could hear the train from this park, but it was not loud enough to keep me up at night. My only complaint was the traffic that entered and exited from the mobile home area at what I deemed to be a high rate of speed. This park is appropriately named, as it is "OK" for a one or two night stay while visiting the petrified forest and other local sites.
I liked this campground. It was very neat and clean, and the workers were very friendly. The majority of the park is gravel, which they rake and water each day. The sites have concrete "runners" for the wheels of your rig, and our site was very level. The park is easy to get to from the interstate, but is far enough away that you don't hear highway noise. The view of the city lights at night from the park mesa is very nice. The cable TV was nice, as our satellite dome was blocked by a tree. As mentioned in previous reviews, the sites are a bit close together, but it was fine for an overnight stay. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here because the location is near Hwy 1604. Beware of the internet directions listed for arrival from Loop 410, as they are not accurate. This park appears to be mainly permanent residents. Site pads are concrete, but many are far from being level. Lots of trees and tight roads can make manuevering a challege. One odd thing is all of the pads have a 3-4 inch raised lip from the roadway. Most of the permanent campers have placed boards between the pad and the road to make the transition smoother when arriving and departing from the site. I did not have problems wirh this, but one should approach and depart their site using care. The park location is very near Sea World and shopping. Additionally, the park was very quiet.
This was our second stay at this park. The last time we were here on the weekend and it was "party central" with lots of loud music and golf cars everywhere. This time we stayed during the week and it was very pleasant and quiet. This is a really clean facility with concrete pads and roads. One problem encountered was that we lost all water one morning at about 8:00am. My neighbor said he contacted the front office and was advised that they had turned off the water in order to perform maintenance. It would have been nice to receive some warning from the office if they knew they were turning off the water, as this occurred during the morning when people are showering and preparing breakfast, etc. This facility has the potential to be one of the best parks in the country, but they are just missing a couple of key elements. With all of that said, we will stay here again, but will continue to avoid it on the weekends.
This is a really nice park on the outskirts of Weatherford. All roads and sites are concrete and there are plenty of shade trees. The office staff is some of the friendliest ever encountered. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a small park on the outskirts of town. We called ahead from the road, as we were arriving after dark, and the manager advised of the location of our spot and had it marked with a cone so that we could easily find it. This park is extremely clean, as are the showers and laundry room. It was very easy to maneuver in the park with our 35 foot motorhome and toad. The staff is some of the friendliest we have ever encountered. They really make you feel welcome and appreciated. I read another review about train noise, but we never heard any trains. The only issue we had was that we could not get the cable TV to work. I am not sure if it was an issue with the service or with our rig. We will use this park again on our travels on I-20.
This is a very nice KOA. The staff is extremely friendly and they escort you to your site. This is a family park and there are lots of activities for kids. Excellent Wi-Fi and all utilities were in good order. Rates were a little on the high side, but we would probably stay here again.
This is an o.k. park. It appears to be a bit older as the sites are narrow and very close together. The hook-ups were layed out a bit odd, with the sewer and electric connections on the left side of the coach and the water on the right side of the coach. You should bring an extra water hose if you come here because you may need it to reach the connection. Our site was reletively level, but our "yard" sloped badly, making the picnic table unusable (it leaned at a 45 degree angle). The staff was very friendly. They had a great fenced in dog run. This park is very close to many of the northern Indiana RV factories and is near many Amish attractions.
This is a very nice park located at exit 230 on IH-44 about an hour west of St. Louis. Like some other posters have noted, the GPS does not recognize Stanton, Missouri, but it is very easy to find. Gravel sites were very level and the park was very quiet. The only problem we experienced were too many trees for our satellite dome to receive a signal. However, about 5 over the air channels were available. This park was great for our overnight stay. The wi-fi is very good.
This is a good park located just north of Wichita Falls and right off of I-44. We arrived at 9:30pm and were surprised to see that the office was still open. The manager escorted us to our site and helped with his flashlight to ensure proper hook-ups. We had a grassy pull through site on the north side that accommodated our motorhome and toad without requiring us to unhook. The sites in this section had shared hook-ups, but it was not a problem. Also, although there are numerous trees in the park, the north side has fewer trees which allowed for good satellite reception. My only complaint about this park is the very low water pressure we experienced. I hope they can correct this. The staff here are some of the friendliest we have encountered anywhere. We will stay here again.
This is a large, paved parking lot located at a sports complex. The sites are well marked and all provide full hookups. I think this is a great concept that should be adopted by other cities. The location is great and is near shopping and restaurants. The local police patrol the area frequently. We will definitely stay here again on our next trip to Birmingham.
This is a really nice RV park and a great location. The roads and sites are all concrete, which kept everything clean during the rain storm we encountered while staying here. The employees were very friendly and helpful and they had a shuttle that came by every 15-20 to give you a ride to the casino. The Wi-Fi worked great and the bathrooms were very clean. My only complaint with the park was when we received a knock on our RV door at 8:00am from a man soliciting for RV washing service. I've stayed at many RV parks that provide RV services, but I have never had them come directly to my rig and knock on the door like a door-to-door salesman. I observed this man driving around for quite a while in his loud truck approaching several different RV's. I consider this to be a bad practice, and I also consider it to be a security risk. The casino needs to put an end to this type of unwanted solicitation.
We stopped here for one night while traveling in IH-20. This is an older park located near the interstate, on the west side of Shreveport. The park was very clean and quiet, although you could hear some freeway noise. Our site was not very level, but it was close enough that our levelling jacks worked without the use of blocks. They had a nice outdoor table with chairs at each site. The park had just enough trees to create shade, but none that would interfere with satellite reception, or none that caused problems while maneuvering the RV. We would consider staying at this park again.
This is a nice clean park with concrete roads and sites. I was a bit put off by their 4 pages of rules and policies, and by their requirement that all visitors must wear a wrist band for identification. I know this is for security purposes, but we have visited many other parks with great security that do not require you to wear an ID bracelet at all times. It just seems silly to me. All of the employees we had contact with were very friendly, but it all seems very structured. We had a few problems with water pressure dropping, but we were here on a very crowded Saturday, so it could just be a demand issue. They had a DJ playing very loud music by the pool and it seemed there were golf carts everywhere. We will probably try this park again, but I think we will avoid it on the weekend.
This park is located about half-way between Midland and Odessa. The park roads are pretty tight and the sites are relatively narrow. We didn't have enough room to open our awning and our slide out was right up against the picnic table on the adjacent site. It appears that most of the sites were occupied by permanent residents. The park was clean, as were the restrooms. The staff was very friendly. I would caution really big rigs to choose their sites carefully because of the tight quarters.
This is a really nice upscale RV resort on Table Rock Lake. It caters primarily to high-end Class A motor coaches, but Class C's and 5th wheels are allowed if they are at least 26 feet in length. The roads and sites are all paved and most of the sites have really nice landscaping. All of the people we met here, including staff, visitors, and site owners, were extremely friendly. The resort is a bit out in the boondocks, but that just adds to the beauty of it. We'll definitely come back.
We stayed here for an overnighter while traveling on IH-20. The campground is okay for a one night stop, but it has a few negatives. The campground is located adjacent to a Motel 6. On the night we camped here, there was a semi-truck parked at the motel about 50 feet from our rig. He had his generator/refrigeration unit running all night and it was loud. Much louder than the traffic noise from the nearby interstate highway. I realize this is not the fault of the park owners, but it does affect the quality of your camping experience when your site is located near the motel. Additionally, there were numerous cars going in and out of the motel at night and several boisterous people there. Another negative was the unfriendly nature of the employees at this park. We have stayed at places in the past that did not have the greatest amenities, but the friendly employees made the experience very nice. The opposite experience occurred at this park. We won't stay here again.
This is one of the nicest parks we have ever visited. We stayed at site 16 in Campground A. This site is a HUGE pull through with a view of the lake. The state of Arkansas has done a wonderful job of upgrading their parks to include 50 amp service and full hookups, like what we had in Campground A. I did check out campgrounds B and C, which were smaller and closer together. If you have the option of choosing your site, opt for a site in campground A. We checked the bathrooms and showers, and they were extremely clean. All of the employees here were extremely helpful and courteous. This is a first class campground. We can't wait to return!
This park is located on the far west side of El Paso and is situated directly behind the Camping World RV center. There are no showers or bath houses, no pool, no Wi-Fi and no cable TV. The sites are huge pull-throughs. We stayed here the night before having maintenance work performed at the adjacent Camping World. It would make a good overnight stop for I-10 travelers. The camp hostess was extremely helpful and escorted us to our site. The park is basically an open sandy lot and not very picturesque.
We used this park for an overnight stop off of IH-10 near San Antonio. We called ahead from the road and requested a spot. Since we were arriving late, the very friendly manager told us to just pick a spot upon arrival and settle the bill in the morning. We parked in a long pull through site that did not require us to unhook the toad from our motorhome. The electrical box looked old and only had a 30 amp connection, but it checked out okay and provided sufficient power for our overnight stay. The free cable TV worked great and had many channels to select from. The park appears to have several permanent residents, some with pretty old travel trailers. The park was nicely situated along the river and had many shade trees. We would stay here again for a quick stop while traveling.
This is a first class park located in the middle of the city. The park is gated and surrounded by a large, attractive, concrete fence. The place is secure, with employees making the rounds often at night. If you are wanting to visit the French Quarter and downtown NOLA, then this is the place to stay. The employees are friendly and very willing to answer tourist questions. They will even give you a golf cart ride half the distance to the French Quarter, which is only about four blocks away. There is traffic and city noise here because you are located in the heart of an urban area and right next to IH-10. The park easily accommodates big rigs, and access to and from the interstate is easy.
This is a great park if you are planning to visit some of the many plantation homes between Baton Rouge and New Orleans. However, because of the quasi remote location, be sure that you stock up on groceries before arriving, as there are no stores in the immediate area. The park is nice and the bathrooms/showers were very clean. It appears the park caters to workers, as most of the sites appear to be long timers here to work along the Mississippi river in the numerous petro-chemical facilities. All campers we met camping near us were here for that purpose. Because most of the workers leave for work around 5:30am, the park is very quiet after 8:00pm. We had a very large concrete site. The water, electricity, and sewer connections were good. As stated in several other postings the cable TV did not work. The wireless internet connection was the fastest I have ever seen at a campground! My only complaint about this park is the poor reservation system they have. I called about a week before arrival to make a reservation, but was told I would have to do it online. So, I completed their online form and received a reply verifying my reservation. Because the park was off the beaten path and I wanted to be sure all was in order, about 24 hours prior to arrival I phoned to confirm that they had a spot for us, and I was informed that they were expecting us, our motorhome and toad. When we arrived at the park, we did not see an office to check-in, so we called on the phone. We were advised that the park was full and they had no room for us. We informed the manager(?) that we had reservations and he wanted to know if we worked for one of the local companies in the area. We again informed him that we had a reservation and that we had confirmed 24 hours previously. The manager then advised us to park in an assigned FHU spot. All in all it probably was not a big deal, but it was a hassle none the less.
This is a great park. The sites are concrete with ample space between vehicles. The layout of the park is nice. The staff and management are very friendly. I used the laundry facilities, and the building, washers, and dryers were spotless. This is by far the nicest park we have visited.
This is a parking area for RV's at the L'auberge Du Lac Casino in Lake Charles. The sites are back-ins with concrete pads, surrounded by grass. They have electric and water hook-ups, but no sewer connection. A dump station is on site. We were passing through the area on Interstate 10 and found this to be a good overnight stop. The casino offers several restaurants and a buffet. There is also a nice pool area at the hotel. The casino is very nice. This is nothing fancy, but they have done a nice job of creating a decent RV parking area at a casino that is a step above boondocking. It was very quiet here and appeared to be very safe with security making the rounds through the area. We'll definitely stay here again when passing through the area.
This is a good spot for staying overnight while traveling on I-10. We were on the road late and called here to book a site. The desk employee was very helpful and gave good directions since we would be arriving in the dark after the office had closed. Our check-in information and a map to our site was waiting on the office door when we arrived. We had a very large gravel pull-through that accommodated our motorhome and toad. The site was long enough that we did not have to unhook the toad, which was nice since we were just staying for the night. We appreciated the cable TV connection since our satellite receiver had just gone out. The Wi-Fi signal was strong and worked great. This is a typical KOA, but it is well maintained and quiet. We'll stay here again while overnighting on our journeys on I-10.
This is an excellent park. The entire place is spotless! The location is extremely well situated for visiting casinos and attractions. Good store on site and lots of RV services available from local vendors (RV wash, oil change, etc). I would have given a "10", but I think it is ridiculous that they charge $5+ per day for Wi-Fi access.
We stayed overnight while en route to Las Vegas. The desk employee was very friendly and handled our check-in quickly. We were escorted to our site, which was good because we arrived after dark and this place is huge! It would be easy to get lost without the park map. All of the interior roads and sites are dirt/gravel, but they are well maintained. The park lay out is in such a manner that there is lots of room between sites. The sites are arranged in a random pattern and are not your typical "cookie cutter" side-by-side arrangement. Very nice to have so much room. You can hear traffic noise because you are located at the intersection of Interstate Highways 8 and 10. You can also hear the train that passes nearby. The noise did not bother me, but it annoyed my wife enough that she slept with ear plugs. We did not use the showers or bathrooms. The Wi-Fi signal was a little weak at our site, but it worked well. This is a good overnight park that we will use again. The friendly folks that run it help make up for the highway noise.
This was a nice campground. We had a nice pull-through site which was big rig friendly and shaded. This camp ground has lots of trees and a creek running through it. It appears that all of the sites have picnic tables and fire rings. The employees were very nice and helpful. I had breakfast at the Kreekside Kafe and it was very good. The campground is located a few miles north of Ouray, but is very convenient to town, area Jeep trails as well as to Telluride and Ridgway. We will definitely stay here again.
My family and I decided to stay at this park after reading many of the positive reviews. We booked a three night stay in the "upper" loop with full hook-ups. Our site had no shade at all and the area consisted of a dry prairie type of grass. It was out in the open, hot, and not very picturesque. After one night we decided to relocate to a campground in Ouray, which was much cooler and more scenic. All of the utilities at the site worked great and the area was very clean. All park employees were very friendly. My main complaint with this park has to do with the close proximity to Hwy 550 which was very busy and NOISY! It also bothers me that the state of Colorado charges entry fees for both the motorhome and toad. This tends to negate the "good deal" which is usually associated with state park facilities.
This park is adequate, but nothing to brag about. The sites are very close together and they share hook-ups. Because of the shared hook-ups, you face your neighbor and are extremely close together, so not much privacy to be had. Luckily, the first night we stayed we had very nice neighbors and the second night the site next to us was empty. We did not use the restrooms and showers but I did check them out. They were smelly and rather dirty, making me glad that we had accommodations in the motorhome. There were a couple of teens that rode their loud off-road motorcycles into the campground on several occaisons and then they parked them inside of one of the rental cabins! If you plan to rent a cabin here check to see if it has been used for motorcycle storage! The free wi-fi was was sporadic. This is not a horrible campground, but it's definitely not a great campground.
We stayed in the "upper section" which has full hook-ups, but is not on the creek. The lower creekside sites are electric only and have lots of trees. Lots of tents and groups in the lower camping area. The bathrooms and showers were spotless. The employees were very friendly and helpful. We'll stay here again.
This is a beautiful State Park. We had a pull through site which was shaded with pine trees. Although there were lots of trees, we still had a "view" for our satellite system. The showers are coin operated and had sufficient hot water, but were somewhat dirty with leftover socks, razors, and shampoo bottles littering the area. All of the park staff were very friendly and helpful.
This is an excellent park for an overnight stay. We had a pull through site with 50 amp service. The site was very level and all utilities were in working order. The sites are close together, but this was not bad considering this was for a one night stay. The bathrooms and showers were spotless. The employees were very friendly and helpful. The RV park is about 7 miles from town right at the top of Raton Pass. Nice views. No pool or entertainment for kids. We'll definitely stay here again for an overnighter.
This is a very nice and quiet park. The sites are all large gravel pull throughs and are level. The bath/showers are spotless. The workers are extremely nice and helpful. The only negative is that this park is about 15-20 minutes from town and quite a bit further from the caverns. So, be sure that you have all groceries and supplies before arriving. We'll definitely stay here again.
This park is spotless! We stayed here for the New Year and were very impressed. The grass is like carpet, the sites and roads are concrete, and the bathrooms are immaculate. The Wi-Fi and cable worked flawlessly. The staff was very friendly. Overall the park is very quiet, but you can hear some truck noise from the interstate. We look forward to staying here again.