This park has physical facilities that are hard to beat, and the location is right off I-40. Roads and sites are paved and level, and the hookups are very well located. There is plenty of room. The fact that this park is located in the middle of nowhere west of Amarillo doesn't detract from its utility as an overnight stop. Access from I-40 could hardly be easier. We will likely stay here again.
Glad to have discovered this excellent park with paved streets and sites. Everything done right here: lots of room, level, well placed hookups, even the TengoInternet worked. Will stay again, if in the area.
Convenient overnight stop off US287 with easy, quick access. A little muddy if it rains; might leave jacks up. Streets and sites are compacted dirt. Enough room. Well placed hookups. Friendly, helpful staff. We have stayed here before, and will probably stay here again.
Level site with well placed hookups, except cable was not usable due to distance from wrong side of motor home; even our long cable would not reach. Pleasant park, but if it's raining the mud is like the tar baby. Took several days to clean up. Friendly, helpful staff. Plenty of room. Finding this place takes some attention to detail; using the zip code will lead you astray - use the written instructions. Easy access to I-25. Might stay here again if in the area.
An OK overnight stop, nothing else. Basic, compacted dirt streets and sites. Level. Good placement of hookups. Friendly, helpful staff. Pay attention getting to the right location. Plenty of room. Might stay here again.
Nice park with compacted earth streets and sites. Site was level, shady. Utilities well placed. Pleasant and quiet with adequate room, but not spacious. Easy access off the interstate, but you have to pay attention to find it. Very friendly, helpful staff. Can leave toad connected.
This park is a standard setter. Even the TengoInternet worked as it was supposed to. Paved streets with plenty of room. Level sites of compacted gravel. All utilities well placed. We will definitely stay here again if in the area.
Nice park with paved streets and sites. Hookups conveniently located. Don't try to go to your site without disconnecting the toad, it will be a mistake. Sites are level and not crowded, but streets are a little small for big rigs entering; no problem leaving. Wi-Fi was TengoInternet just being installed; it did not work well enough to use - we got online at MacDonalds. Staff didn't like to hear that the Wi-Fi wasn't working; they were moderately helpful. We would probably stay here again, if in the area.
The newer section, designed for big rigs, is entirely satisfactory. The sites are level and long enough. Hookups are well placed for a motorhome. Tranquil setting when not overwhelmed with children. Wi-Fi capacity is inadequate; you must get on early in the morning. Out of town in a rural, wooded setting. Friendly, helpful staff. Will stay here again if in the area.
Basic...did I say basic? Paved, level, streets and sites. Enough room. This is a safe, functional overnight stop along I-90, provided you get here late and leave early; nothing else. Wi-Fi, though advertised, is non-existent at your site. Probably will not stay here again if there is an alternative.
Very pleasant park with good interior roads and enough room between sites. Unfortunately, the hookups are at the extreme rear and almost unusable by a motorhome; might work fine with a trailer. Excellent Wi-Fi. Good location. Might or might not stay here again.
This park continues to be a standard setter with respect to its facilities and location. Roads are paved, and sites are compacted gravel. There is grassy space between the sites, which are roomy enough. Personnel are very friendly and helpful. This park would be a "10" were it not for the TengoInternet Wi-Fi, which is very difficult, constantly throwing you off, slow to allow you on, and a headache to try to conduct business with. If you're only away from home for a few days, that doesn't matter, but we had been gone a month by then. We will stay here again if in the area.
This park is well located and easy to access. The roads and sites are paved and nearly level. Security is good. Personnel are friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, the hookups are not well placed for a motor home without unhooking the toad, so you can locate toward the rear of the site. As an overnight stop, the convenient location and good facilities are somewhat compromised by the need to disconnect the toad. We might stay here again, if it were necessary.
I would not advise you to attempt to get a big rig into this park; it was probably built when rigs were smaller. I would estimate that 36ft can be accommodated well, but our 40ft rig was not, and there was no good parking for our toad. It's packed dirt for roads and sites; maneuvering room is not enough. It's a little like day care with associated melee during the waking hours. Its central location isn't enough to make up for the defects. We won't stay here again.
This park has head to foot placement of motorhomes in its pull through sites, and they were so close it wasn't easy to walk between units; this led me to downgrade the park. Site was level and long enough, and Wi-Fi was satisfactory. Blanding is pretty remote from everywhere, but has some beautiful surrounding lands and sights. Adequate, but not superior.
Adequate, but site was not level. Sites are gravel, and ours was a little short. There is enough room between sites. Roads are adequate. This park is not the equal of its "sister" park outside Amarillo. We might or might not stay here again.
Hook ups are not well placed for a motor home, but might be better for a trailer. Easy to get to, and convenient to I-20 and restaurants. Older park and shows its age some, but safe and adequate with good WiFi. We will probably stay here again.
This park continues to be one of the nicest in the nation. It is expensive, but its beauty, facilities, and safety make it worth it. Staff are friendly and helpful. We always enjoy staying here, even if driving in Dallas to get here can be nerve wracking. Once you are in the park, it's a different world. We will definitely return here. Roads and sites are paved, roomy, and the environment is peaceful.
Entirely adequate and fully functional. Airplane noise during the daylight hours, but not much at night. Next door to a weekend flea market. Wi-Fi works well. Low on ambiance, high on functionality. Close to shopping and dining. Easy access from I-95.
Clean, well-located in a safe, quiet residential area. Good access from I-459 via good roads. Not located where "Streets & Trips" has it, but close; instead use Regions Park stadium as the GPS destination. All sites are pull through, paved, almost level, and roomy enough. High water pressure; use regulator. Excellent access to Galleria Mall, where there is good food. This park is spartan in nature, but good for the purpose of a place to safely and comfortably park. We will stay here again when in the area. There are no showers, toilets, or laundry.
Clean, enough room, quiet and shady. Easy access to I-20 & I-49. Would have been an 8, if sewer access had been convenient, but it's an older park and seems to have been designed for older travel trailers; bring extra hose. Very pleasant staff. Good RV supplies. Convenient to lots of good restaurants. We have stayed here before and will likely stay here again.
Easy access to US-287. Enough room. Very pleasant and accommodating staff, who stayed late for late arrivals. It had just rained, and our site was somewhat muddy, but we left the jacks up; there was grass on each side of the wheel tracks. Close to highway and railroad, so there is some noise. We will stay again if in the area.
We stay here regularly when traveling through. It's got to be the easiest access and parking just about anywhere, and is CLOSE to I-40. Oodles of room; you can pull through and leave your tow connected without a problem. It recently changed ownership, and the prices are a little bit higher, but still low. However, there is no on site RV service like there used to be.
Rate reflects monthly rate. We have stayed here before, and we like this park. Wi-Fi is marginal and can't connect VPN, due to some censoring software on their server. What's defined as shade here wouldn't make the definition back East. Enough room, quiet, sort of in the sticks, but still convenient to Santa Fe and especially to sites north of town. Somewhat exposed to thunderstorms, but that comes with the territory. Nice views. We will stay here again if we return to Santa Fe.
We are long term here. This park is in evolution and is just being discovered by snowbirds. It has filled up this winter. Lots of room, well established sod, concrete drives and pads. Excellent hookups, well placed. Both shady and sunny sites. Close, but not too close to Gulf Shores. Convenient to shopping. Nearby RV service and diesel service. Easy access, except for one mile construction of county road that is being converted to major highway from I-10 to Gulf Shores/Orange Beach. Bargain priced for such a nice facility.
Sites are marked off within a large paved area just at the water's edge. Reasonably level with a few jack blocks and adequate room. This park would be excellent, if it had sewer, which is available at the next door treatment plant dump station about a half mile down the street. The access to this park, which is within Salem is via streets that are difficult and narrow for a big rig, and the park appears at the end of a 1.5 lane paved road just when you think you are lost. The view is superb; the harbor is at your windshield. Probably wouldn't stay here again, because it's so difficult to get to.
A beautiful park, BUT satisfaction depends entirely on the specific site. We were assigned a "pull through." It was so far from level that it was unusable. The real big rig sites were filled with chili cook off crowd (we made our reservation a couple months ahead). The manager did move us to another site and did a lot of work to get us acceptably level by adding blocks, etc. After that the rest of the stay was very nice. Price reflects Passport America for some of the nights. There is an initial one time entrance fee of $10 to enter the park on the first day.
Easy access off I-24. Level site of packed earth. Had downpour during night, but no flooding. All hookups worked. Adequate interior roads. Site long enough to leave toad connected overnight. Might stay here again if in the area.
The facility was very adequate with a level, gravel, back in site with plenty of room to maneuver. All facilities worked properly. Access over good roads, but a major traffic jam exiting the NY State Thruway; took about 30 minutes to go a quarter mile. Don't know if this is unusual of not. Saturday night was like Custer's Last Stand, best described as a munchkin pandemonium of unsupervised children and preteens. Then Sunday night it was like the day after the battle, and all was quiet and peaceful. Way overpriced. Would not stay here on a weekend or holiday night, but might consider it for less money on a week day.
Beautiful setting at the end of road beyond where the pavement ends, but not far beyond, and access roads are adequate. Has a few big rig sites; some are better than others. Ours was satisfactory, but not level. Everything worked, but owner expressed worry about the sewer when we arrived. It's cash or check only. Would stay here again, if in the area and a good site were available.
Not hard to find. Access via good highways and streets. Helpful staff. Level site of packed earth. Enough room. Adequate interior roads. Would stay here again, if in the area. Adjacent to I-93; some traffic noise. Open with good satellite reception.
An oasis in the RV park desert of New England. Right off the highway; be careful not to pass it up. Very pleasant and helpful new owners. Small store. Clean, roomy, level, and fairly private site within the midst of the pine forest. Very pleasant. Security is good. Convenient to the nearest town, where there is good restaurant service and a Super Wal-Mart. Wi-Fi is centrally located, not at your site, and it's free. Good interior roads. Would definitely stay here again.
Easy to find and convenient. Level site. Unfortunately, you can have 30 amp with sewer, or 50 amp without sewer, but not 50 amp with sewer. Barely big enough site for our 40ft rig. Very quiet and pleasant. Clean and open. Friendly and helpful staff. Interior roads satisfactory. Facilities are not plentiful in this area. Inspected a couple of other RV parks, but they were even less adequate.
Level, but muddy site that was barely long enough. They have better sites, but we didn't know, and they were out of sight. The people in the next site built a fire two nights in a row in a fireplace that was too close to our site, leading to annoying smoke. Marginal roads within the park; big rigs assigned to sites via roads that were too small. Lots of children during the weekend, but not really disturbing. Way overpriced. Power and cable boxes coming apart. Not much to choose from in this area.
Friendly, helpful staff. Plenty of room. Easy access. Sites not level; some better than others. Well placed utilities. VERY HARD WATER; soap won't suds. If you will be staying here, fill your tank before arrival, and use it while here. Next to busy highway. May stay here again, if in town, for short stay (due to water quality).
Roomy, clean, fairly level, no dust. Paved roads and sites with good utility placement. Easy access to I-40. Free continental breakfast included. Don't confuse with the adjacent "High Desert RV Park." Helpful, responsive employees. Will stay here again if in Albuquerque.
Very nice park with paved, level sites, shuttle to casino with all its amenities. Well laid out utilities and sufficient room; grass between sites. Pay WiFi via vendor. There is just one little quirk that bothered me. They insist on photocopying your ID (due to "tribal police policy") when you register, which is a risk for ID theft/counterfeiting. If this bothers you, don't go out of your way to find this out when you register. Somewhat off the beaten path, and watch out for a tight turn in Bunkie on the return to I-49.
Pros: secure and safe. Utilities work. Cons: dated, greatly overpriced for what you get. This is more of a permanent party "park model" retirement establishment and is not really friendly to travelers. Will look for somewhere else, if we return to Tucson.
Very convenient access from I-40. Lots of space. All paved streets and concrete pads. Well placed utilities. Stayed here in big rig with a tow. Have stayed here several times. It is outstanding for convenience, space, ease of use. Almost a ten, but has no shade or wind protection.
This is a friendly, but quite basic park. If you are in a big rig, you probably won't find a level site, and most of the occupants seemed to be itinerant workers. Dry, dusty, rocky. Immediately next to busy rail line and US287. It would do for an overnight stop because of presence of utilities and safety.
Very good campground with level site and full hookups. Hookups must have been originally installed for travel trailers and were a bit too far forward making it necessary to park motorhome closer to the front. Excellent security. Quiet. Convenient. A bit pricey, but what isn't at this location; it reflects the convenience and amenities. Wi-Fi at site would be a nice addition. Will stay here again if returning to this area.
Camped here in the "Preserve" section. Some sites were not level; we needed blocks to level our motor home. Wi-Fi is pay as you go. Daily rate reflects Passport America. Very secure and quiet. Lots of room. Excellent facilities and location. Very helpful and courteous staff. Construction workers (outside contract) parked in the main roadway, but moved when asked. Lots are for sale; many "permanent" residents.