We love this park! The owners were just outstanding, helpful and friendly. The park is a former dairy farm with big silos on the property and all grass sites, about 1 1/2 miles from I-40 interchange to Great Smoky Mtns NP, Dollywood, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge. All utilities worked fine and satellite dish had a clear sky here. No laundry, but several in the area, if you need one. Plenty of room to maneuver, with both long and wide sites. A wonderful find in the area was the Bush Beans factory and visitor center! If we are ever in the area again, we will stay here!
Made reservations at the last minute and could only get a back-in 30 amp, water, but no sewer hookup near the front of the campground. Just behind us was the tour bus lot with noisy back up beepers until late evening. All utilities worked fine, but too many trees for the satellite dish. The park cable had few channels and a poor selection at that. The pool was sparkling clean and very refreshing. Camping World is right next door and Opryland is just down the road. We would stay here again if we could be toward the back of the park. Monells Restaurant was a real treat, along with Belle Meade Plantation, Jack Daniels in Lynchburg, and the Corvette Museum and assembly plant in Bowling Green, KY. We loved our time in Nashville!
This is the perfect park for all things Elvis. Right next to the Graceland complex, you don't have to drive and pay parking, just walk through the gate! The park is well laid out, with all utilities working well. Staff was friendly and gracious, southern hospitality at its best. We were right next to the laundry room, super handy. Most, if not all, of the people here were going to Graceland and this was easily the most friendly park that we have been to. The pink limo from Marlows BBQ will pick you up at your rig and bring you home after a fine BBQ dinner!
Nice KOA, with a great pool, as it was hot! We had a back-in site that was level, with a lot of trees. Unable to use the satellite dish, but cable was very good. Good location, with access to freeways to everywhere. The staff was very friendly and we ended up adding a day to our stay, since there was much to do in the area. Visits to the Clinton Library and Hot Springs NP-with a stop at McClards BBQ for outstanding ribs made this a great stop.
Good level pull-through site that was clean and everything worked well. Easy on and off from I40 but still quiet at night. Lots to do and see in OKC. We really enjoyed the stockyard auction, art museum , western museum, and an amazing burger at Nic's diner! This is a good base to explore the OKC area.
We had a pull-through that was long and level, with all utilities well placed and in good order. Location is just off I-40, east of Amarillo and across the road from fuel and close to restaurants and shopping. Close to the airport, but they quit flying about 10 PM, highway and train noise is not a problem. A trip to Palo Duro was well worth the time, and a visit to the Sisemore RV Museum was an unexpected treat.
Long, level concrete pull-through site with good satellite access. Very clean and close to Camping World, where we were having some work done. They offer a nice continental breakfast each morning. Staff was both friendly and helpful. Escorted to our site, and they made sure that we were OK before they left. All hookups worked well. Some highway noise, but not bad.
Rate reflects 30 day stay. We love this park! Owners are very helpful and friendly, even supplied boards to level our rig in a slightly unlevel site! Everything worked perfectly and we had good satellite dish access. Many of the campers return each year and make all welcome. Fun potlucks and get-togethers build community here. We will return.
We have stayed here before and came back for a family wedding. Located on Cerrillos Rd., right in Santa Fe is a plus- shopping restaurants and attractions are close by. The park is clean, quiet and well laid out. Our pull thru site was level and long enough to park the truck in front of the trailer. Our site had 2 sewer connections, one to the rear and one in the center of the site, convenient no matter where your outlet is located. A concrete patio with a picnic table is provided.
The park is located at the base of a huge, beautiful cliff that has deer, elk, and bighorn sheep on its slopes. Our site was a long level, gravel pull thru with grass between sites. All utilities worked fine. The internet is extremely weak and Verizon service is about 1/2 bar. The host was very friendly and helpful. They have a good restaurant on site and the ice cream in the gift shop is both delicious and inexpensive. There a lot of cottonwood trees (hence the name) shading the property, but we were in the open, so our satellite dish worked fine. Phone and internet upgrades would make this park a "10".
We have stayed here for many years and will be back. All sites are back ins with gravel pads and grass between. The hook ups all worked fine and spacing is OK. The park is right next to the Rio Grande River, with fishing available 50 yards away. The restaurant on property is very good, with outdoor seating along the river. Verizon service and internet were fine. Creede is a wonderful, small, old mining town that has an absolutely amazing repertory theater.
We have stayed here before and will stay again when in the area. Clean, level pull thru with good utilities. Check in and escort to site were friendly and they made sure that we were set before leaving. This is not a resort, but is a nice quiet, clean stopover for us.
The park is very nice. Long, level pull thru with all utilities placed conveniently and grass between sites. Friendly check in and escort to site. As others have mentioned, the visitor policy is a little over the top. Our friends came to pick us up for a day trip to Rocky Mountain NP and were told that they couldn't get out of the car or they would have to pay $10 each visitor fee??? The campground is very clean, well organized and has a lot of activities for families.
We rolled into this park late in the afternoon, planning to stay just overnight, but discovered a blown tire on the fifth wheel and some damage. The staff was fabulous! They recommended a mobile RV repairman who arrived in 30 minutes or less, repaired the damage enough to travel on and recommended a good tire store(Plains Tire) for replacement tires. We had a pull thru that was level, with all utilities placed properly and everything worked fine. This is not a resort, but a good stopover in this area.
Beautiful, tree shaded campground along the North Platte River, with a friendly, helpful owner. Just walk over the bridge and you are in town. Our site backed up to open space, with deer walking by on most days. The pad was level and long and all utilities worked well. The Wi-Fi was fast. There is a laundry in town. We were here on 4th of July weekend, the town has a fun parade and fireworks. Lots to do here, drive the Snowy Range byway-absolutely beautiful, good fishing, wildlife viewing, hot springs, and more. Saratoga has more good restaurants than a town of it's size should. Bella's Bistro, Silver Saddle, The Wolf, and Hugus, for breakfast. Bacon wrapped jumbo shrimp appetizers at Bellas are reason enough to return to Saratoga, and we will stay at Deer Haven.
One of the best parks that we have stayed! Drive through Big Timber on a nice road and turn across a big hay field and into the park, situated along the Boulder River, with some fishing ponds in the center of the park. Lots of trees. The staff was very helpful, selecting a site on the river so that our satellite dish would work. We parked on grass, with the back bumper of the fifth wheel about 6 feet from the river's edge. Plenty of space between sites. We did not have a sewer hookup, but there is a free dump on the way out. No problem! Unfortunately, the river was still running very high, so couldn't check out the fishing on the blue ribbon Boulder. A very good reason to come back to this wonderful place!
Nice park far enough from the interstate to be quiet and peaceful. All utilities worked fine and it is open enough for a satellite dish. Our pull-through was roomy and had a concrete patio and grass between spaces. Wi-Fi was more than adequate. The laundry was fine. Groceries and fuel are just a few blocks back toward the interstate. Helena has all of the shopping that you need, as well as good restaurants. The state capitol building is beautiful and you can take a self-guided tour. We will return.
We arrived without a reservation and due to a couple of caravans, got a back-in close to the street . Road noise during the day, but pretty quiet at night. Some permanents, but no trashy units. The staff was very friendly and helpful with discounts at local restaurants. Close to everything. Much to see and do in the area. Don't miss all of the Lewis & Clark sites and museums-history happened here! Also Charles Russell museum was outstanding. Rate is weekly.
Very nice park that is exceptionally clean, well landscaped and located in a wonderful town with all services. We were escorted to our site by a friendly host. The Flathead River is a couple of blocks away and the west entrance to Glacier NP is less than 20 miles east. Management doesn't allow late (after 8 PM) check-ins. The big draw here is Glacier, but a trip to Whitefish is well worth the time. This part of Montana is absolutely beautiful! We would recommend this park when in the area. Summer high season, you need reservations.
Long pull-throughs with open sky for satellite dish. Located close to I-90, but noise was not a problem. Laundry facilities were good. The park gives coupons for discount at the fuel station and 4B's restaurant adjacent to the park--pretty handy. Well located for exploring museums(prison and car and more), and Grant-Kohrs Ranch and side trips to Anaconda and Butte.
Clean, level pull thru with all utilities. Many trees, couldn't use sat dish, but cable was just fine. A quiet, in town location. We would love to come back to this area and surely would stay here again.
Very nice, well located park in Cedar City. Easy in and out. We had a pull-through, buddy site with large grass area on the street side. Close to everything, shopping, fuel, and dining. We used it as a base to visit and explore Zion NP, Bryce NP, Great Basin NP(a long drive, but not to be missed), and Cedar Breaks. The park was quiet and well maintained, the only negative was the laundry, which had a lot of machines that didn't work. We would stay here again if in the area
Very nice, clean, friendly park. Our pull thru was long, level and the utilities worked well. We were escorted to our site and then our escort brought back a rose for my wife-late Mothers Day gift-very much appreciated! Although fairly close to the highway, we didn't notice any noise. Coffee and pastries are included in the price. Just nice folks running the place. We will stay again if we are in the area.
First, the previous review said that this is close to I-10, which is in the southern part of New Mexico - not even close - this park is in far northwest NM - more than 300 miles away! The reason to come to Navajo Dam is FISHING on the San Juan River! This is not a resort, but a park with nice level pull thru spaces, good utilities, a store, gas station, restaurant and flyfishing shop located close to the river. It should be noted that the community of Navajo Dam has three flyshops, so most folks are here to fish. Rate is for an eight night stay. We will return.
Rate reflects monthly stay. This is an excellent KOA. We have stayed here previously and will return again. The staff is just outstanding, friendly, and helpful. They are constantly cleaning, updating, and making sure that the facility is well maintained. All utilities worked without problems. Cable TV has plenty of channels. Kaktus Brewing is right next door and has a good selection of craft brews and a fun atmosphere-including a "Breaking Bad" table! The breakfast Thurs-Sun is good, filling and a great way to meet folks.
A perfect one night stay while traveling I-40 east. Very friendly, quick check in. We had a long pull thru that easily accommodated our 39ft fifth wheel and truck. Everything worked very well and was quiet at night. Easy on and off the freeway with fuel and restaurants close by. The owner is a real supporter of our military and discounts are available to those who serve or have served! This will be our stopover when traveling along I-40.
Rate reflects 1 week stay. Brand new park in the Salinas Valley that will only get better as the foliage grows. Well laid out, excellent utilities and beautiful clubhouse and pool. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The owners have big plans for the area, including a museum, hotel, and other retail. We will return if we are in the area again.
Rate is monthly, plus electric. We have stayed here before and decided to stay for 2 1/2 months this year.We had a corner site with 2 grapefruit trees and concrete patio. Everything worked well and we got Cox cable for the stay. There are a lot of park models, but the residents are very friendly and we were invited to all sorts of activities. A twice monthly Saturday morning pancake breakfast with eggs, sausage and drinks is $3.00! The indoor pool was clean and sparkling. Costco is right out the back gate. We have family close by, and this was excellent for us. There are so many things to do in Phoenix in winter and early spring--Barrett Jackson Auction, Phoenix Open golf, NASCAR, spring baseball and so much more. We will be back next year.
Rate is for 3 nights, including taxes. Very nice tree-shaded pull-through site with good utilities; easy in and out. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Good base to explore Buellton, Solvang, Santa Ynez Wine country and Santa Barbara/Ventura area. Since it was the off season, we missed the BBQ dinner at the park--a good reason to come back.
Rating is based solely on location. The sites are on old crumbling asphalt, poorly marked, with the utilities at the extreme rear of the site. Needed 35 ft of hose to reach the the sewer connection. In order to fit a 39 ft 5th wheel in the site, we had to park partially sideways to open the slides, since they have placed steel posts to protect the utilities. The good: quiet, close to shopping, freeways, and restaurants. Downtown Pleasanton has a terrific farmers market on Saturdays. You can walk over to the horse racetrack on the fairgrounds in the morning and watch the horses run and then have breakfast at the Horseman's Cafe. The staff was friendly and helpful. Not many choices in the Bay Area and this one is probably the best for us, since we have family close by.
Rate reflects one week stay. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Pull thru site that was a little tight, but do able. All utilities worked fine. Unusual cold snap put temps below freezing at night, just let faucets drip and were OK. We were in the older section, the newer area was very nice. Area is quiet, clean, and close enough to Sacramento, Napa, Sonoma and San Francisco for day trips. Local shopping in Vacaville is plentiful and a lot of restaurants as well. The Budweiser brewery tour was fun and includes complimentary beer. In Napa, do not miss Gotts Roadside for Really good burgers that are not inexpensive, but Good! We will return when next in the area.
Really nice park! Check in was smooth and we were escorted to our long, level concrete site, with all utilities properly placed and in excellent order. The pedestals are new design, which makes hook ups easy. We had a buddy site which let our daughters motorhome face us across a grass lawn. Each site has a picnic table. Laundry, clubhouse and restrooms were spotless and trash was picked up at your site each morning! There is walking access to the Sacramento River, which runs next to the park I5 is next to the park, but not noisy. Groceries and a Shari's restaurant are just across the street-get some excellent pie at Sharis! We will stay here when next in Red Bluff.
Rate reflects 3 nights. Quick and efficient check in by very friendly staff. Very level , paved, clean pull thru on upper level of park with a nice view. All utilities were excellent, the WiFi was really fast and lots of channels on cable. Some freeway noise, but certainly not bothersome.
What more can you say about a park that is absolutely a 10 in everything? We were checked in quickly and escorted to a pull thru that was level, clean, and long enough to accommodate a 39 ft RV and truck. All utilities were placed right and there were 2 sewer hookups. So, no matter where your outlet(s) are, there is a short run. Indoor pool and hot tub were very much appreciated as the weather was pretty cold at this time of year. These folks have really done their homework in laying out and running this park. Any time that we are in the area, we will stay here.
Well located, quiet, very clean long paved pull-through sites with excellent utilities. Our only complaint was the TV channel selection on the cable, which was not too good. They recently changed from 60+ to about 20. No ESPN, etc. Other than that minor gripe, we really liked this park. Laundry was $1 and .25 per 15 min dry. Close to shopping, restaurants, casino and beaches, it is a good base for exploring the beautiful Oregon coast. Devils Lake is across the street from the park. Check in was friendly and we received the winter price. We would like to come back during the summer.
Rate reflects 1 week stay (6 nights-7th free taxes included). Really nice park with asphalt roads concrete pads with grass areas between. Utilities were excellent, the cable had plenty of channels and was clear. The Wi-Fi worked fine. The park was very quiet both day and night and has a berm around that was good for walking and watching the ducks and geese in the river. The staff could not have been more friendly and helpful. Bonus-it was free pie night at the Shari's restaurant at I5. Close to plenty of shopping, fuel and restaurants. We will return.
This is a really beautiful park that is near to Seattle, set around a couple of lakes with lots of grass and trees. We had a long pull thru that was screened from neighboring sites by foliage. Pad was paved and level, with all utilities in good order. Laundry was clean and $1 wash/$1 dry. Quiet both day and night. Good base to see North Cascades NP and take the ferry over to Olympic NP. Grazie italian restaurant, just down the street was excellent! Our only problem was the "cable", which is really only local channels.
We think that this park is the BEST we have stayed in!!! We arrived and were given a friendly greeting and assigned to the longest (110'), level, concrete pad with a large patio with a table and all the right utilities that worked perfectly. We use our own Verizon hot spot, so can't comment on the Wi-Fi. Cable was excellent, with a ton of channels. The grounds are very well kept, as was the golf course. The laundry was $1 wash and $1 dry, with a change machine and vending machine for soap, etc. The pool was closed, due to the lateness of the season, but it also looked terrific. The office accepted our forwarded mail package for us-great service! We WILL return here.
We really enjoyed our stay at RV Resort Four Seasons. Check in was very friendly and we also got some excellent suggestions for visiting wineries in the area. The site was level. paved and clean. There was lawn area around our site and all of the utilities worked properly. The wineries in the area are excellent and much smaller than Napa, etc. A trip to Tri cities area included a stop at Sacajawea SP, where Lewis and Clark camped! Living some history!
Rate is based on a weekly stay. Nice, level, long gravel pull thru site with a concrete patio area and a small grass area. We were escorted to the site and directed in by very helpful staff. All utilities worked well and had plenty of channels on the cable. The park is quiet and close enough to shopping and restaurants. Boise is a beautiful area with much to see and do. We would love to come back and stay longer.
Nice long, level, shady pull through site that was back to back with lawn and picnic table between. All utilities were placed properly and worked very well. The staff was friendly and helpful. We really enjoyed our time here and will stay again when we are in the area.
Rate reflects 7 day stay (pay for 6 nites-7th free). Nice park south of Moab. Friendly, helpful staff recommended things to do in the area-good stuff. Grounds were clean and everything worked properly. Some traffic noise, but not bothersome. Beautiful view of the Moab rim and Lasal mountains. Moab Brewery has a great burger, as well as some excellent locally brewed beers. We really enjoyed Arches and Canyonlands NP and this is a good base to explore the area. A one day trip to Gateway CO to see the auto museum and the Dolores River canyon was well worth the time.
This is our second time at this park. Nice long, wide pull-through site with all hookups placed properly and raked gravel. We really like this park, it is quiet even though it is in the city. There is a huge park complex right across the street and shopping and restaurants nearby. The staff is friendly and helpful. Lots of sightseeing and activities in the area. We will return when next in the area.
Rate reflects 28 night stay. VERY nice! This is a well run, well cared for KOA. We were escorted to our site, which is a pull thru big enough to accommodate our 39ft 5er, truck and car. It was level, clean, with all the utilities placed properly and in good working order. Cable TV was just fine. The pool is sparkling clean and we used it quite a few times. There are quite a few restaurants in the area (The Range!), as well as a casino and the NM Railrunner train if you want to go to Santa Fe, etc. We really enjoyed our time here for the start of our new, full timer lifestyle. We will return when we are back in the Albuquerque area.
We have stayed here before on our way to other places and decided to spend a couple of nights here to explore the Alamosa area. Our site is a 100 ft long pull through, level gravel - the hookups all worked fine and were located properly. We were escorted to the site and everyone was very friendly. Wi-Fi is good and got about 10 channels of TV on the antenna. They have discount deals for some of the local attractions and will deliver fresh baked hot pizza to your site in the evening!
We came to this park after leaving Creede Co, due to forest fires. What a great find! We showed up with no reservation and were pleased to be escorted to a very nice, long, wide, gravel site with grass and large trees. The sewer connection was actually low in the ground, Yea! The staff could not have been more helpful and friendly. Someone was always maintaining the landscape. Wi-Fi was fast and Verizon phone was good. Lots of fun stuff to do in the Gunnison area. There are enough stores of all kinds and plenty of restaurants as well. We will come back and stay longer!
We have been staying at Antlers for many years. It is quiet, clean, and close to many of the things that we like to do - fishing, Creede Rep theater, and exploring the high country. Sites are all back in with enough room for large rigs and gravel, grass and concrete pads. The utilities are in the right places and Wi-Fi works fine and Verizon service is good. The restaurant is right along the Rio Grande River and is really good. Unfortunately, we had to cut our 2 week stay short due to the forest fires in the area closing highways.
Very nice park in Cortez. We had a level, long, shady pull through that easily accommodated our 39ft 5th wheel and truck. Wi-fi was excellent and about 70 channels on the cable TV. Staff was friendly and helpful and they keep the grounds and grass looking good. This is not a kids kind of park and was very quiet - while being right in town. The restaurant next door was outstanding for breakfast. This was a good base for trips to Mesa Verde, Telluride, Durango and Silverton. We will come back!
We chose this rv park to do a check out run on our new 5th wheel. We had a long 50amp pull-thru that was pretty level, easy to get into and quiet. Check in was quick and courteous. The location isn't too far from Santa Fe's attractions and for those who need it, buses run right by on Cerrillos Rd. We will come back for a longer stay.
Stopped for one night on our way home. Greeted by a very friendly staff and assigned a long pull through that had the gravel freshly raked level and swept, level concrete pads. All the hook ups were in the right place. There is a nice view of Las Cruces from the campground, with the Organ Mountains in the background. The campground is about a mile from I-10, so road noise is not a problem.
We had a patio pull through site which included excellent cable, large patio area with table that was all concrete. Nice spacing between rigs and quiet. The pool was large and clean with plenty of tables and lounges around. Laundry and restrooms were clean and well maintained. This community is gated at night for security. Paved roads in the park are very nice for walking. Love to spend more time here in the future.
We originally were staying for 2 nights, but ended up adding 2 more because we liked this park and Yuma. Nice long pull through that was level and clean. The only negatives are no picnic tables and a laundry that you need to buy a card to use-they don't take coins. We really enjoyed the Yuma Territorial Prison tour, and while we we there, they had all kinds of costumed cowboy shooting enthusiasts. Overall, a very nice park.
This is a NICE KOA! Check in was smooth and friendly. Our site was a pull through, very level and paved. Each site has a hedge to screen from the road and neighbors. Lots of trees and grass, with crews working all around to keep it up. Although close to the freeway, we didn't hear it. Internet worked very well and Verizon cell was also excellent. We would love to spend more time here.
We stayed here visiting family in Phoenix for Christmas. Check in was easy and we were escorted to our site, which was a nice long, level pull through. Only thing missing was a table. The site was clean and well maintained. We did have a problem with the power (it went on and off a couple of times). I moved the power cord to the next pedestal for the night and reported the problem the next morning to the office. Within 10 minutes, they were out and replaced the breaker-problem solved! Good location, close to Costco, freeways and restaurants (In and Out Burger!).
Big, long pull-throughs in an orange grove. Restrooms/showers were very clean. The staff was really helpful, with directions to local shopping, etc. They also have meeting rooms and clubhouse that were very homey. You can also pick oranges right next to your RV in season.
The price is right. All gravel campground in the desert with small trees. Close to the casino, Colorado River and golf. The pool was closed for yearly clean up, but looked very nice. The pull-through sites are narrow and have two sets of utilities on one side that are shared with your neighbor who is parked in the opposite direction. The staff at check-in was friendly and helpful.
Convenient location for LA area activities. Lots of trees(although they did drop sap on everything) and pretty quiet in an urban location. The restrooms were pretty clean; could use a little update. The check-in was easy and the staff friendly and helpful.
We really enjoyed this park. It was our base for wine country, Hearst Castle and coast trips. The grounds are very nice, clean and the pool was excellent- we just hung out there for a relaxing afternoon. Laundry was also very clean. The only downside was that the roads are pretty narrow and we had to have our neighbors move their tow vehicles so that we could maneuver out of our site.
This is a great park. It would be a "10" if they had cable/sat TV. Right in the middle of Napa, excellent pads, grass, clean and well run. We initially were staying for 2 nights and immediately added 1 more night, since it was so nice. We really enjoyed staying here.
The owner was very helpful. He gave us lots of info on things to do in the area. We had a nice level, grassy site in the redwoods. The showers/restrooms were spotless. This is a hidden gem in the redwoods area. We really enjoyed our time at this campground and in Crescent City.
We had a nice pull through with grass all around and it was quiet, clean and a nice base to explore the Lassen, Shasta, Burney Falls area. Also, the temperature was much cooler than Redding and the surrounding area. Restrooms/showers/laundry were clean and well stocked. They have a nice restaurant in the park.
We checked in and the woman in the office gave us two different sites- neither would accommodate our 30 ft travel trailer. We finally had to find our own site with the help of another worker at the camp- she really had no idea what rig would fit in to what site. There are just a ton of pine trees all over the park and the roads are not marked very well. The whole place is fine powdery dirt and hard to keep your rig clean.
Nice park in a wonderful location. Our pull-through was level, clean, and included a herd of elk wandering through our neighborhood. We caught the shuttle to see all of the high points of this amazing National Park.
This is not a "resort" type facility by any standard, but OK for a few nights visiting family in the area. The "daily" sites are toward the front, with the rest being long term residents. That being said, it was a quiet spot in an urban environment. There aren't many choices in the Bay Area, and this was fine for a few days. This place has been around for 75 years! Very helpful staff.
It was a little hard to find, tucked behind another business, but was really a nice place to stay. Everything worked fine and we were able to visit the Samoa Cookhouse for a lumberjack lunch. Don't miss this, just bring an appetite!
These folks could not have been more helpful. We really enjoyed our stay here while visiting Harrahs Auto Museum, Virginia City and the surrounding area. Pull throughs were concrete, level and clean. Everything worked well and it was a great stay.
Wow, this is an oasis in the desert. We had a nice concrete pad-level and in good shape, shade trees-easy in and out. The showers/restrooms were very clean and well taken care of. The resort offered a lot of perks in the casino that we didn't take advantage of since we are not gamblers.