This place ended up feeling like home after 2 months of staying there. The park was outstanding, the residents and snow birds were friendly, and the staff was kind, considerate and helpful. The park truly was "family-friendly" and we felt welcome there the second we pulled in. The pool was warm and wonderful. The laundry facilities were more than adequate. The community room and fitness/rec room were accommodating, clean and not lacking. There were always planned activities to participate in, with lots of yummy and free food. The playground was new, safe and fun. There were lots of citrus fruit trees on site everywhere in the park, all ripe for the taking. Ya gotta love fresh fruit! The sites to pull on were paved, the walking around on your site area was gravel, but there was a decent sized patio that was paved that you would step out of your rig onto. The rest of the park was paved, which made jogging, walking and bike riding an easy task. It was close to numerous attractions and close to downtown Phoenix. We will definitely stay here again if we're ever in the area. We recommend it to others all the time, and they stay there with an equally enjoyable experience.
We stayed here for about 2 months. It was awesome picking fresh citrus fruits from the trees in the park. You can have as much as you want, but only as much as you and your family can eat. The pool was bathwater warm, so swimming in the middle of winter was an incredible experience (this was our first time snowbirding). The staff was accommodating, but not super friendly. The park was "family-friendly", but there was no playground for children. Children and pets were advised to stay off the grass...the little bit that they had. It was a somewhat unwelcoming feeling we had staying there, so we ended up moving to a different RV park, which was a million times better for our family's needs. I did like that the whole park was paved. It made jogging parking, leveling, bike riding really easy. We would NOT stay here again, only because it didn't really feel family friendly, and we would only recommend it to people staying there without children.
The staff are incredibly sweet and helpful. The park is clean, but somewhat barren at the sites (no grass). The older playground equipment should be condemned and removed...it is old, rusty, full of splinters and just plain dangerous (especially the merry go round)! The newer playground equipment is fine, but the owner prefers only toddlers use it, even though it's not sized for toddlers. There are mountains surrounding the park, so the view is breathtaking no matter where you look! The store is well stocked. The game room is adequate and fun. It is the halfway point between Colorado Springs and Woodland Park, about 20 minutes from each. I would camp there again and I've recommended it to a few people.
It is located right off the interstate, so it was a little loud. There was mini golf on site, and we really wanted to play, but couldn't due to time constraints. The pull-through was plenty large enough for us. All our amenities worked great. The lady that worked there "just happened" to still be up at 1am when we pulled in. She registered us and guided us to our site. It was very kind of her. I would camp here again in the future and I would recommend it to others.
It was a nice park, but nothing really to shout about. Everyone was friendly and all the amenities worked. Our pull-through was located close to the playground and our kids enjoyed that very much. I would recommend it to others and would stay there if we were ever in the area again.
I have zero complaints about this park, it and its staff were incredible! We started there about 5 months and we miss it everyday. The staff always bent over backwards for us anytime we needed anything. The park/store/restrooms/fitness room/pool were always kept ridiculously clean and in fine working order. The only time it got 100% full was for race weekend. It's close to many attractions including: Richmond, King's Dominion amusement park, about 2 hours from D.C. and about 2 hours from VA beach. There is plenty of room between sites, lots of old, beautiful (but well groomed) oak trees and grass. We would definitely camp there again, and I've already had quite a few people camp there on my suggestion, and they loved it, too!
The staff is very friendly and quick to respond to my needs. Although we are full-time RVers, we stay at each park a few months before heading to the next one. We travel for my husband's work. We've been here nearly 6 months so far, with another 3 to go, until we move on. Everything about this park is great! The manager is doing a fantastic job of renovating the park and he sees to it that everything is always in working order (pool, spa, restrooms, laundry, etc). It is clean and tidy and surprisingly, it also has a lot of grass (not at the sites) surrounding the sites. The restrooms are probably the nicest I've ever seen. They have been renovating the store as well, and they now sell food/drinks/ice. Beer is available at all local gas stations. Propane is available on site. It is close to local attractions and about a 23 minute drive to Farmington's closest Wal-Mart. Sites are large and well-spaced and they're going to build even larger pull-throughs soon. All the picnic tables have been resanded/repainted to look brand-new! We're going to miss this park and everyone that works here when it's time for us to go. I would definitely camp here again, and I've already referred many people to here, with equally a pleasant stay and experience. The only reason I'm giving it a 9 instead of 10, is because there are some small holes in the dog park fence that I worry small dogs might be able to escape through if they were persistent.