Stayed here for three nights on our way back from Death Valley. An excellent park,very clean, friendly staff, and all streets and sites are paved. Great use of landscaping for site privacy. Excellent site widths. Close to the strip, but far enough away to get away from it when you want to. Only two small issues during our stay. First, the pool at the main clubhouse was not really heated. Too cool to use. The spa was heated nicely. Second, the Wi-Fi can be a bit of a pain. Cable was great. I would stay here again.
The park is not run by the National Park Service. Therefore there are no discounts when using your NPS card. The park is old and run down. Greatly in need of repairs and a good overhaul. It is not big rig friendly. Narrow streets and some trees that can cause you problems. Our site was one of the worst I have had. There is a large propane tank within 5 feet of my front door. I have to believe there is some law about parking that close to an LPG tank. Also next to the laundromat which has a evaporation cooler running all the time, and a garbage bin. Dirt parking makes everything dusty. Tried to have them change my spot, but they were not cooperative. There is also a $12 per day resort fee on top of your daily rental fee. Prices on everything are really high here, so bring everything you need for your stay while you are here so you can avoid paying exorbitant prices. Friends we were traveling with had electrical issues, and the 50 amp plug was installed upside down in the pedestal. Sewer was extremely far away. Had to use an extension hose, and it ran uphill. Lots are also not level, so leveling your coach can be a real problem. I would not stay here again. Would recommend using the NPS park next door where there are some sites with utilities.
Stayed here one night on our way into California. It is OK for a one nighter. Paved roads, but grass/dirt parking for the coach. Traffic noise from I-10 is constant and loud. You are only 50-100 yards off the interstate. There is river access, and a lovely high pressure gas line going over the river.
A clean, well kept park, close to many attractions. All paved. Good cable and Wi-Fi. They also give you a great welcome package at check-in. Site widths are a bit tight, but the premium sites have a table, chairs, and an umbrella. You will have to disconnect any tow vehicle on the pull-thrus and park it next to your coach. You do get a little traffic noise off of Struck Ave. There are also some long term residents whose sites could use some improvement.
Stayed here for almost two weeks. A nice, well kept park. Roads are paved. Sites are all concrete. Mostly back ins, but there are two rows of pull-thrus. Rates go up on the weekends. Park is mostly occupied by Californians who come to gamble on the weekends and then leave. There is traffic noise from Pechanga Parkway. Suggest you get a site further back in the park, perhaps streets A or B which back up or look out at the golf course. Pool was a bit cool, but the two jacuzzi were warm. Plenty of shopping nearby. Site widths are about 35 feet. Premium sites have a picnic table.
We stayed here several nights. The park is well kept, clean and neat. Nice pool, jaccuzi and workout room. Wi-fi was good, and cable was provided. Satellite reception was also good. We had a premium site, back in. Site widths were good, approximately 40 feet. Site was gravel parking with a concrete pad for your patio. We also had a table and bench seats. There was a place in the table for an umbrella, but none were provided. Really need that for shade. Power and water pedestals were on the opposite side of the coach. Sewer was ok. They combined Power/water sources for two sites into one location. You will need long hoses and cords if you get one of these sites. No trash recepticals. They collect trash twice a week. You must keep it on site until pick up days. Not convenient. You are also in the flight path of F-16 and F-35 jets from Luke Air Force Base. You get all the noise from full throttle take offs, Monday through Friday. Usually starts around 7:30 am and can go until 9:00 pm at night. The weekend was quiet. You can also get some traffic noise from El Mirage Blvd. Suggest you try to get a site further away from the road.
Reserved a pull-through site. Checked in and someone was supposed to escort us to our site, but that didn't happen. Sites/roads are gravel. The sewer hook-up was a substantial distance from my utility bay. We ended up sharing the one for the adjacent site with the coach that was next to us. it was a bit windy, and the dirt was blowing through the park. Site widths are tight. We had about 10 feet between us and the coach next to us, even less with everyone's slides open. This is a one nighter at best. We would not stay here again.
Stayed here for one week. The park is very nice, with very large sites and site widths. Well kept and clean.Views of the mountains and Flathead Lake. Higher sites (164-181)have better views. Excellant wi-fi. the pool is small and it can be crowded since it is used by both this resort, and the adjacent KOA. There are social activites and get togethers. The Polson airport is right in front of the resort. Airplane noise is most notable on weekends and holidays.Would stay here again.
We made reservations months ago, for three of us who are traveling together. We specifically requested to get spots next to each other, and were told they could accomodate us. Upon arrival, we were not given spots next to each other, even though there were spaces available. The person at the check-in counter was uncooperative and uncaring. The rate is way too high for what you get. We have stayed in much nicer parks for less money. There is a large street light at the end of our coach that lights up the night right outside the bedroom window. They advertise a "restaurant" on site, but it isn't a restaurant as one would think. No indoor seating, basically carry-out with outdoor picnic tables. The food was not great. Sites were level with mature trees. Trees may block your satellite, but they do have good cable. Would not stay here again.
Second time staying here. Great place and the owners are really terrific. Clean and plenty of room between sites. Full use of a storage shed and outdoor table/benches. All paved roads and concrete pads. It would even be nicer if the riverfront sites were head-ins, not back-ins. Owners serve a continental breakfast each morning. They also have social gatherings several times a week on the patio. Will stay here again.
Stayed here for two weeks while visiting Zion and Bryce Canyon. Great place. Paved streets and the pull-thru sites are concrete pads. Lots of trees for shade, so satellite reception may not be good, but they have cable. Very clean. Very friendly front office and maintenance people. You can get a little traffic noise off of Rt 9 but it is not bad. WiFi is good, but Verizon cell phone service is spotty. Would stay here again.
Stayed here for one week in their executive sites. The sites are approximately 30 yards off of business route 24 and just a little further away from US 24. Paved streets but gravel parking unless you have an executive site. There are only six of those. Traffic noise is horrible. There was a constant smell of sewer gas coming from the spot next to us. Reported to them, but it was never fixed. Trash receptacles were overflowing. Can be tight in spots for big rigs. Front office people were rude and could not care less. Some sites are not level. One shower facility was totally backed up with standing water on the floor. The brochure shows sights of the Garden of the Gods, but you will never see that from this park. Will never stay here again.
Originally had a two week reservation here, but upon arrival, we could not stay any longer than the four days it took to get our mail that we had forwarded to us. Roads are dirt/gravel, sites are the same. Very dirty especially when the wind increases. No apparent maintenance done on a regular basis. Can be tough to get into some sites with a big rig. Front office people were nice and accommodating. We would not stay here again.