An adequate park for an overnight stay. Very narrow lots, couldn't use our awning if we'd wanted to. Laundry room very clean and reasonably priced. Beautiful grounds. Very near freeway (I-80) but noise not too bad.
The "4" rating is because the park has "resort" in its title: there's no way this park qualifies on that account; does not even have picnic tables. The laundry room is a shack (literally), I didn't even go in it when I saw that it had only a single vent sticking out of the wall. There is no recreation, not even a club house. The water connections are very low to the ground. The day we pulled in, it was raining and our connection was under water. I asked the manager for a different site and after hesitating for a bit we got one. It seems a good third of the people here are residents working the construction trades. You get a lot of noise from US-25. On a positive note. The park is very conveniently located. It's about a mile into the downtown, a Wal-Mart just half a mile away, and it's just a couple miles to Gardens of the Gods and Manitou Springs. The manager seemed very friendly. The sites are generous sized, no problem backing in (all sites are back-ins). If we ever came this way again, I'd probably try to find something outside of this area but, after researching other parks in the urban area, this one, expense wise: is in league with others. NOTE: Price reflects a week's stay here.
We stayed here for a week (reflected in nightly rate) and enjoyed our stay. The city puts on one heck of a fourth of July fireworks display. Very impressive, and right across the street! This is one of the most convenient RV parks we've stayed at. Two days we didn't even use our truck, just walked around town and in the park across the street. There's a lot to do in the area. Laundry facilities are absolutely spotless! We'd definitely stay here again.
We stayed here a week and had fun exploring the area. The sites are very generous and the entire park in covered in pea-sized gravel which makes for not much dust. Park is next to the municipal airport so there is some plane traffic, not much. Staff was very friendly. We'd stay here again if in the area.
I found the sites very cramped together. We were assigned a site right next to another rig and there were plenty of open sites so we chose a different one. Wasn't a problem. We didn't unhook and the site was very uneven (front to back was barely tolerable). We were just staying the night so didn't really take advantage of the "resort" facilities. I'd try to find a more reasonably priced park if I were in the area again.
Our second time here so we knew what we were getting into. This is a funky little park where you might want to spend a night or two. Sites are pretty uneven. I chose an open site this time because it's further away from the truck rest area and freeway, and tree sap. It's right next to I-40 so convenient in that way, not much else to recommend it. The Farmers Market (name of store) is a great place to buy fresh produce and we also stop at Brookside Chocolate downtown for a treat. Very convenient to Flagstaff-area sites, this RV park is not a place you'd want to use as a "destination camp."
A nice park for the one night we spent here. No cable. Generous sized lots but a rather narrow gated entry way which didn't leave much margin for error. For being just off I-40, I thought the park was rather quiet. We'd stay here again if we returned to the area.
A windy, dusty park when we stayed here. The manager was exceptionally helpful, giving us a site so our fifth-wheel door didn't open into the wind! I thought that was especially helpful. Very clean, spacious laundry facilities. The sites are very narrow (about 17 feet) with trees at the edge of most sites so we had to be especially careful bending ourselves into the site but the manager was there to help us. It was an adequate park for the two nights we stayed here.