I feel they have achieved many aspects of what a "Resort" RV park should be. There are wide paved roads with over 100 long pull-throughs with the rest (perimeter) being back-ins. The sites are concrete with a paved area for your tow and a beautiful patio of green Astor-turf with a nice, clean patio table. There are many trees, but no shade as the park is only 5 years old. Their restrooms and laundry facilities are super clean and new. The cable is over 70 channels and the Wi-Fi is outstanding. There's a small pool and a nice size spa at the clubhouse (which is a long walk for the folks at the north end of the park). The staff are very friendly, they escort you to your site then they leave you alone. The location is perfect; close to everything with the Sparks Marina and Scheels Mall across the way. Okay, here's my take on the pet friendly issue: Yes, you are required to take your dog to the dog runs in the corners of the park all the while praying they don't have an accident on the Astor-turf on the way. However, the upside of Astor-turf is it's wonderful to not step in marshy and/or muddy grass when you step out, or have sprinklers ruin your newly washed tow or RV, and lawn mowers and leaf blowers are not humming away in the morning when you're trying to sleep. Hence, if you're looking for a "campground" environment with flies, fleas, bees, and dirty shade trees, this is not the place for you.
We should know by now that when a park is this big there will be a lot of full-timers and/or extended stays. This park is no exception. To their credit: they appear to make every effort to not have junked-up RV's and the sites are well-kept (green grass) and their Wi-Fi is outstanding! Maybe this is the best park near Portland, but we were not real happy with the surrounding area. You just kind of feel like you're in the middle of a big town. In addition, the train (on the northern property line) runs all day and all night. The good news is: there's a great restaurant serving amazing food called Bumpers Grill & Bar only a couple of miles away.
This park is very well-located for visiting Coeur d` Alene: which is a beautiful town. It is on the Spokane River with its own sandy beach lined with Adirondack chairs. The facilities (laundry, restrooms, game room, etc.) are very nice and clean. However, the individual sites run from very good to poor. There is an artery road that is paved and the rest of the park is grass and gravel. They have many pull-through sites, but the roads are tight. Also, try to avoid sites 158 through 172 as they're close to Hwy. 95. They claim to have more river sites than they actually do. Sites 114, 113, 72, 61, 50, 51, 52, and 53 are the only unobstructed river views. Their "river" sites 115 through 122 are on the river: but the water is hard to see due to heavy trees and foliage. I would also suspect that satellite may be challenging at those sites. The Wi-Fi is confusing as when it's available it's very strong and fast. Unfortunately, sometimes during day or night (never the same time) you can't get it at all! Cable is very basic (14 channels). All and all, the staff is great and the location can't be beat for visiting the beautiful town of Coeur d` Alene and the lake.
As stated in previous reviews, this is two parks: a KOA and an upscale motorcoach resort. The resort will one day, be an amazing destination resort. However, at this point only about 45 sites are finished and/or sold, and the planned clubhouse, tennis courts, and pool seem to be on hold. Sites are being offered for sale and then it appears, go in to a rental pool (like Outdoor Resorts, Sunland, etc.) Be sure to request a pull-in with a view of Flathead Lake (I like sites 154 thru 158 and 172 thru 181). All sites are huge concrete pads with a large grassy area and many of the sold sites are beautifully upgraded. It's important to note that you will have an outstanding view of Flathead Lake, but in the foreground you will have a small airport. We love watching the planes take off and land (not too busy) although some may not. A huge plus for us is the daily site trash pick-up and newspaper delivery. The Wi-Fi is fast and solid, and there are about 60 cable channels. When this place is complete, you will not find a better resort in all of Montana.
By far, the best RV sites we have ever seen! They are all concrete and 70' to 90' long and a 30 x 40' concrete patio with a table, in addition to a beautiful green lawn between sites. Unbelievable! With that you are contiguous to a very nice 18-hole championship golf course. It appears that about 50% of the sites back right up to the golf course. When booking, if you request a golf course site, make sure you determine if they're back-in or pull-in, although I think they try to place 5th wheels and motor homes accordingly. The overall park is spotless, huge paved roads, very nice outdoor pool, about 40 cable channels, excellent (free) Wi-Fi, and a darn good restaurant (more for breakfast than dinner) at the golf course clubhouse. The town of Deer Park has all the basics: grocery, vet, restaurants; and a very nice urban sprawl area of Spokane with movie theaters and great restaurants is only 20 minutes south. And, what a bargin: stay one week for $31/day and you receive a substantial discount for golf!
The big draw here are the incredible pools and the beautiful grassy area surrounding them. So, if it's summer and you like to swim this could be fun; but it's not a destination resort. Without a boat there is not a lot to do at Moses Lake. The pull-throughs are paved and adequate in length and width with a huge grassy patio area. However, the back-ins are so short that the paved roads, which are teeming with tow-cars and 5th wheel trucks; makes it really tight. Wi-Fi is good: but no cable is a bummer. It's a good place to stop halfway between Seattle and Spokane and well-located right off Interstate 90.
The 15 bay front sites in the lower park are the best bet here. They're pull-in and have an awesome view from your windshield; they're right on the water! They are plenty long about 70', gravel sites with grass patio and picnic table. The rest of the park is adequate, but definitely does not offer the view and/or the "wow" factor you get on the bay front. The roads are gravel and there is are no shade trees. (Great for satellite reception). Trash, as well as laundry are not well-located (at the entrance of the upper park). However, the Wi-Fi is the BEST and strongest I have experienced all summer! Note: Don't use your GPS; it will take you past the park. Take the first Fidalgo Bay right that you see right after the intersection light at the Fidalgo Country Inn. We would absolutely come back and stay here is we could get the bay front sites; the overall area feels like Maine
Very unique, in that you feel like you are in a remote mountain village when, in fact, you're just minutes away from Seattle. This is a very nice, clean park with two small lakes teeming with ducks and fish (no swimming). Pull-thrus with lake views through your windshield are 18 through 25. Cable is very basic, but satellite works well. WI-Fi is only available at the office/laundry area or maybe sites contiguous or closer; that prevents me from rating the park higher. However, the best place to be when visiting Seattle.
If you're looking for an RV park right ON the Columbia River - this is it! Wow, what a spectacular view! From 76 sites, 22 are facing the river. For big rigs, ask for sites 49 through 58; they're pull-through and very long with water views. Sites 1 through 10 also have wonderful views of the water, but not as long. Threaded sewer fittings are required (its a law). They are also for sale in the office. In addition, bring extra sewer hose and cable as the hook-ups are at the very back of your site. The roads are paved and the overall park is very easy to navigate. Our pull-through site was gravel and the patio is half gravel/half grass with a table. Maybe it's the time of year, but I wished the grass was greener; it was very dry (brown). The fishing is good and many people were fishing. Be sure to bring a long "surf" pole and 6 to 8 oz. weights to be able to get out to where the fish are from shore. A big surprise (and delight) were all the massive ships passing by throughout the day. There's a pool (no spa), cable is adequate (only 24 channels) but satellite is unobstructed. Wi-Fi is very fast, but only free if you stay a week or more. The town of Woodland (3 miles east) is cute and has all the amenities you would need. The owners are very helpful and pleasant..We'll be back!
This is, by far, the best RV resort on the Oregon Coast. Keep in mind, however, that it is a big rig RV resort - not a campground with lots of trees and firepits. It is paved roads and concrete pads with grass between sites. Although the park is right on the Pacific ocean, very few sites have direct ocean views; AND they're about $90/day. But the entire resort is so beautiful, it really does not matter where your site is. It is very well located in the northern part of Newport close to all the restaurants and shopping. They offer a big clubhouse, store, and two pools. I would have rated a 10 except for two essential details: They do not offer daily trash pick-up and, most importantly, the office staff (both women) are extremely rude and aloof. They barely look up from their computers and do not smile - ever! My husband thinks that it is because we are not owners (you can also purchase sites here). However, they still have a lot to sell, so you would think at a wonderful place like this the management could find happier people.
This is a picture perfect location. You're up on a cliff overlooking the Alsea Bay along with the beautiful bay bridge with the ocean in the background. We like this location as it does not get as windy and/or foggy as being right on the beach. However, there is a quick path down to the beach. It appears that the new owners are doing everything they can to make this a 10 Star resort. They don't have concrete sites (they're gravel), but I actually think that would detract from the feeling of camping in a treed park that you get when you're here. They must have fixed the Wi-Fi problem noted in previous posts as works and it is very fast. In addition, our satellite works well and they give you cable. They don't have a pool, but there's always the ocean!
We were here last December and it was snowing, now we're back and it's even more beautiful than we remembered. This is, by far, the most perfect RV resort we have ever visited. Beautiful location in somewhat of a valley surrounded by trees with a creek running through it. It is spotless, with every amenity you could ever imagine. All sites are concrete with ample sized patios with tables for four and a grassy area. The park is run by the 7 Feathers Casino that is across the freeway and offers shuttle service to all the restaurants (which are actually pretty good). Unfortunately, that's about it for the immediate area unless you want to travel about 23 (easy) miles on 5 Frwy. to Roseburg. They are very big rig friendly with huge pull-thrus as well as big back-ins that offer views of the creek. One thing to note when you're making a reservation: If you ask for an end site, be sure to also ask that you want your patio on the curbside. We failed to do so and our patio faces the neighboring coach, while our driver's side has this nice big corner of no use to us. I counted about 11 sites like this and I am sure there's a compelling reason, (as these guys really know what they're doing) but we would have preferred our patio at curbside. However, Big Deal, this place is perfect.
We went for the river front site and it's not really that close, but probably as close to the river as you can get and still have full hook-up. This is a very nice park, but definitely not the "spit and finish" of a 10 rated resort park. In addition they do not offer some of the amenities offered at top parks - i.e., escort to your site, trash pick-up at your site, concrete patios, (theirs are gravel and un-mowed grass), and no clubhouse/restaurant or store. They DO have great Wi-Fi, and amazing cable (about 75 channels). The sites are level and concrete and the roads are paved. There are some long-term - but not permanent residents; they all look well-kept. If you ask for the river view sites make sure (if you have a motorhome) that they are the pull-ins that face the river (many are not). Sites 19 through 27 seem to have the best views, but some rigs may be too long so you will need to go to R2, R4, or R6. Although the park is right off the freeway, you can not see it or hear it. Unless, you're closer to the entrance on the interior sites. They're about 20 minutes to Lake Shasta (an easy drive on I- 5).
I will never understand why a park owner would create long pull-throughs, then stick trees so close that you can't open your slides!!! Such was the case here. The tight trees also complicate your satellite reception. Overall however, this is a good location; very clean with picnic tables at every site. The reception was very pleasant (nice people) (great cookies)and they escort you to your site. Sites are gravel with paved streets. They have propane, and decent cable reception. Great for over-night and would be a good base for downtown.
Wow! This is a perfect resort park if you're traveling on Hwy 99; especially, if you're looking for a great place to over-night and do not want to un-hook. It is very easy off and on the freeway (but 3 blocks west, hence no noise). They have at least 80 60' to 70' pull-throughs and, most importantly, they have a really good restaurant/bar located in the clubhouse. There is a very nice pool and spa and a beautiful outside patio (attached to the restaurant) with lots of seating and an outside fireplace. They have every amenity (except tables on the patios), but great Cable TV, 50 amp, great Wi-Fi, as well as a bank of at least 5 computers to use in the clubhouse,and nice concrete patios surrounded by a grassy area. Sites are compressed dirt, very level, and the roads are paved This is not a destination park as, let's face it, it's in Bakersfield. But what a great place for over-night. It would also be perfect for rallies and/or large parties. Great place!
We pulled in last night and got their last site. Hence, the park feels and looks really packed. Whoever designed this park did some things right and some things wrong. The right things are: They designed the perimeter view sites as pull-ins, so you can actually enjoy the view from your front window. The bad news is: Out of 150 sites only 10 are pull-throughs. The others are tight, short, (barely 42'), and no table. In addition, because the sites are so short, you need to park your tow car on your patio. It's a very clean park, (concrete pads, paved roads, very few trees) they collect your trash daily, it is well located to Sedona as well as easy on/off from the I-17 freeway. You will have a little freeway noise, but not unbearable. We would come back, but only if we could book a pull-through or their pull-in view sites (#'s 35 through 50).
In an area that is not known for RV "resort" parks, this is a good choice. It has a wonderful grassy tent area, at least 10 really cute cabins, and is surrounded by beautiful Moab red rock views. It is well-located to Arches National Park and town. While it is better suited for smaller rigs, there are pull-throughs that easily accommodate 40' motorhomes (ours fit fine). A nice touch: They have daily trash pick-up at your site. In the winter months your satellite will work. However, I would suspect when all the trees grow their leaves you will have to rely on the cable (that's provided). The Colorado Rivers runs adjacent to the park, but the view is blocked by a 6' berm that also serves as a walk-way that is the only area that you are "allowed" to walk your dog. The sites are gravel (level) with a grassy patio area and a table. If you want concrete pads the only place in the area is Portal down the street.
I would rate this park a 10 if it had cable, I don't understand why they would go to all the trouble to create a beautiful environment and then fail to give an amenity that is needed when you're camping in a wooded area. The staff is very helpful and accommodating and the concrete sites are well-spaced. Whatever you do, do not pay the extra dollars for a river site as they are on gravel - not concrete, they are all back-ins, narrow, and you can not see or hear the river as there is an 8' berm separating your view. There is a beautiful pool and lodge with a great gift shop and grocery store and it is also very well located to Zion National Park.
This is a wonderful park to visit if you want to spend time in St. George, which we feel is a beautiful place to be and still have all the amenities (great restaurants, theaters, shopping) If you're coming here to visit Zion and/or Bryce there are closer nice parks. Other reviews have indicated the wi-fi is weak; that is certainly not the case now, it's very fast. The east and north sections of the park are park models, but very well-kept. They have 75 sites designated for traveling RV's that are 50' long with a concrete patio and parking space, (about 35' to 40' wide) hence not too tight as others have said. In addition they have an overnighters section that is all gravel. Overall, this park is very well maintained, they give you a daily paper, you have a trash can at almost every site, and their cable TV has about 100 channels. We really enjoyed the city of St. George and staying here.
We were greeted with a warm welcome by a very friendly guy who we think is the owner. In fairness, they have just re-opened for the season on March 1st. Their "cable" TV is only 3 channels, and it looked like there was some deferred maintenance as a result of the winter season. The park is located in the middle of town, so you really don't get the "out camping" feel. However, it is also a very good hub location to visit all the parks. They do have some nice pull-thrus (at least 80'). Unfortunately, they are very narrow if you have slides. We would definitely come back.
If you're visiting Williams to see the Grand Canyon, especially if you want to take the train, this is the perfect place to be. This park is spotless and well-located to enjoy Williams as well. But, you need to know, the RV park is a large asphalt parking lot with about 5' of lava rock between you and your neighbor. There are no trees, no picnic tables on your site, no fire pit and/or barbeques and the pool is aprox. 3 blocks away at their motel. Hence, you're feeling more like you are at Wal-Mart - not camping. In addition, they CLAIM to have cable TV, but only have 4 channels of which 2 are weather and local attractions. You are far enough from the 40 freeway noise, but you are right on the train tracks, which may bother some during the night.
Here's a great idea, they actually stay open until 8:00 PM so they got our business! A very friendly place; we were escorted to our site which is the consummate over-night spot: Over 100' long (on grass) with full hook-up (great cable TV). You are right on the river (only park models have river views) with a sandy beach a couple of steps away. You absolutely get freeway noise, which does not bother us much, but may bother others. There are some full-timers, and an RV storage area. However, we felt this was a great overnight spot and would definitely come back. Thanks KOA!
Maybe we're just not "into" the RV parks in Yuma. This park is just a huge 1200 space parking lot with mostly old park models with an available RV space dotted in between them. The spaces are all back-in with a concrete patio and only 48 feet long. Thankfully, they're wide enough to park your tow car on the side. There are absolutely no views of anything, so if you're looking for beautiful scenery- this is not it! The clubhouse is also huge (two stories) with many activities going on that I am sure is very nice for the seasonal people that are here for the winter. I am sure people come to Yuma for the wonderful winter climate (it was 75 and sunny today) and all the franchise restaurants and shopping are there; that's about it.
We are grading based on the brief stay that we were there. The staff is very nice and the grounds are old and mostly permanent trailers for the snowbirds. Unfortunately, the few sites designated for RVs are very small and narrow and short. After trying to back in to our space we found our slides would be pushing up against the trailer next to us; so we had to leave. (We have a 40' MH with a tow.) They were very kind to reimburse our money (some parks will say too bad!) The park is well-located close to town, but try another if you're over 38'.
This is a very well-designed park (i.e. staggered and well-placed to avoid direct sun). The spaces are very wide; you will have at least 25' to 30' between you and your neighbors. Your coach sits on (level) concrete with a concrete patio. Between sites are desert foliage, trees,(not shade) and raked desert sand - it is the perfect environment for this area. For views choose sites 101 through 110 or 901 through 910 as well as any site ending in 01. All of these sites have wonderful golf course views in the foreground and awesome views of the mountains in the background. You will pay more - and it is worth it. They also consider their 801 through 810 sites as premium. However, unless you absolutely need the extra length, don't waste your money, as the resort sites will accommodate a 45' with tow. As you would suspect, all amenities (pool, spas, restrooms)are outstanding.
This is a beautiful park, but not worth $75.00 a night. You don't even get a table. To get a table you are in the $90 to $105.00 range. There is very good security and it is perfectly maintained. There is no restaurant and/or a store on site, which we thought was weird. Mostly 40' to 45' motorhomes, only Class A allowed.
This is a typical state park environment; very scenic surroundings with a decent sized fishing lake. The roads are paved and access is very easy; sites are dirt with picnic tables and fire pits. There is no cable, but satellite reception is very good. You're only 5 miles from winery row offering about 20 wineries, shops, and restaurants. The lake offers shore fishing, and there is a boat ramp - but far away from the campground. There's a pool, but only in the summer months.
In an area (freeway corridor of Hwy 99) where there are a dearth of nice RV parks, this is a dream come true. You are off 99 about 1 mile, (so no freeway noise) but very easy to get right back on. It is kind of strange in the middle of a new housing tract, but there it is! There is a golf course, which we did not see or use as it was freezing cold! It appears to be very new, paved roads, concrete (large) pads, beautiful big pool that overlooks a pretty, albeit small, lake. I would have rated a 10, but it was a surprise that our space did not have a table. As a walked around I could see that a few spaces had them, but many did not. Somewhat weird!
This is an absolutely beautiful park! It is brand new, hence not a lot of shade, but who cares, it is perfect in every way. Very clean, long concrete sites with lots of grassy area with concrete patios. We went for the river sites (pull-in) that are directly on the river with a beautiful water view through your front window. There is a beautiful clubhouse and huge pool and every amenity you would find in a 5 Star resort. The location is very convenient to the 5 freeway, although you really don't hear a lot of noise. This is the consummate RV resort!
I just told my husband from now on I will always go for the casino RV park in any area they're available and we don't even gamble! Wow! talk about a resort! Clean, concrete sites with a huge grassy area, pull-throughs (60') wonderfully lit, trees - but not too many that they ruin your rig and/or satellite reception. Huge clubhouse with an indoor pool...simply unbelievable for $37. I can not fault this park.
Even though it does not have a pool, I had to give it a 10 for the view. It's not right on the water, but there is a path down to the water at the bay. Unlike some KOAs they escort you to your site and will collect your trash. These are new owners and it appears that they want to turn the park in to a family resort with a beautiful view of the bay and the bridge. Sites are pull-through and back in and they have two full park models and at least 10 kabins. The only full-time residents are the owners and I like that. It is very well-located between Newport and Waldport with all the restaurants and shops close. Bease access is just a few blocks away. If you're looking for a beautiful setting without all the direct beach wind and people, this is it!
Wow! While traveling up 101 on the Oregon coast we passed many RV Parks that looked really iffy. What a thrill to drive up to this park! Okay, some say it's a fancy parking lot, but it is right on the water at Coos Bay with a beautiful view of the mountains in the background. Is it for kids?...no. But it is new, super clean, well-located to the casino (with shuttle) with great restaurants, and what a view! The sites are huge. We have 40' with a tow and did not even have to unhook. We don't even gamble and we love this place!
Here's a nice find if you're looking for a beautiful location. It is surrounded by it's own great golf course and adjacent to the historic BenBow Inn (AAA Four Diamond hotel). The park has paved sites and roads with grass and concrete patios. The cable is great with over 70 channels. The sites are not long (about 50'), but wide giving you lots of breathing room. It's just a very pretty place to be, especially if you like to golf.
This is the best park for visiting Solvang. It is a perfect off and on from the 101 Freeway. It is in a beautiful setting with trees - but not too many. Our satellite worked great. Sites are concrete (some - not all) with grass and stamped concrete. It's not a fancy-shmancy resort park - but offers many great amenities, and it is very clean and well-run. Of Note: Their website indicates 2 night minimum for weekend stays. I called the office, and they said that is only for summer.
This park is a real challenge for a 40' with a tow. The roads are very narrow, and the sites are tight and not level at all. Good luck if you want your satellite channels as there are huge trees throughout. In addition, it is very confusing (especially at night; it is pitch dark.) They should at least care enough to have an escort available to get you to your site. Not a well-kept park, and did I mention how dark it is? Yikes!
If you're looking for a tree shaded park near the water, this is not it. This park is located high above the water and offers lake views from sites 103 through 129 (back-ins). There are many nice mountain views from most sites. They have a nice, albeit small, clubhouse with a water view from the pool. This park is super clean, with paved roads, concrete level pads, and gravel - not grass patio areas. The pull-through sites are too narrow and too short for a big rig and tow vehicle, hence you have to park your toad on the gravel patio. It's about 3 miles from town, but very easy access in and out. What we really liked was the absence of full-timers like some of the parks in Lake Havasu; it seemed to be a daily/weekly/monthly/ park.
A great location, and a restaurant on site that is actually pretty good (full bar). We asked for the premium site and were very disappointed to be in a "sardine can"; very, very narrow sites for $50/night. Don't waste your money, as we were told the only difference is that you're closer to the pool (which was not heated)! The nice aspects are: paved streets, concrete pads, cable tv, and security appears to be good.
The beauty of this park deserves a 10, but the surrounding area is nothing to speak of, and they do not offer cable TV. In addition, we were under a tree and our satellite did not work. So we missed election night. The restaurant next door is your very basic casino food and the casino is very small and filled with smoke. However, what a beautiful park!!! Go online and look at their map and make every effort to get a likeside site.
This is a very nice park, but I am not sure it is quite worth the $60 per night. The location is very pleasant; on the bay/marina, walking distance to two very nice restaurants. However, the sites are tight and you can only get 9 channels on their cable (whereas most parks get 30 to 60). Also, there are terse signs everywhere about "don't do this and don't do that". At this price we will go back when we hear they have better cable.
This is a tough one to grade as it is just so cool to be able to find an RV park in Sedona; we were thankful just to be here. We opted for one of the expensive sites that back up to the creek. Unfortunately, you are unable to see or hear the creek from your site. I would recommend the less expensive sites across the gravel road. The entire 10 acre park is teaming with huge trees and very well-shaded. The down side to this is sometimes (actually quite often) the tree locust are so loud it is unbelievably distracting. We would definitely come back, but mostly because we love Sedona.
This is a basic KOA near the I-40 freeway. No shade. However, it has all the amenities (i.e., Cable TV, 50 amp, nice wide sites). All sites, as well as roads, are gravel. Not a bad place to be for a day or two.
This is a Active Adult community (55+), located in a beautiful area (just 3 blocks from downtown) of Show Low. The RV sites are surrounded by full-time and/or seasonal mobile homes. The best part is that they are all very well-maintained, super clean and well landscaped. The sites are concrete with adjoining concrete patios (large) then you also have a rock area for your tow car. All sites are back-in; but plenty of room for 40' big rigs. We liked it so much here, we asked to stay another day!
Located just south of Albuquerque, this is a realy nice place to be. All sites are gravel with green grass and concrete, covered patios with barbeques. You are right on two fully-stocked lakes and for a fee of $15.00 you can fish all day. Just about 1/2 mile away is the Casino of the same name with 5 restaurants. There is a playground for children, but no pool. If there had been a pool this park would be a perfect 10!
Here is a wonderful place to stop if you're traveling from Denver to Santa Fe. Please note that it is 22 miles south of Pueblo, but in a very nice location with beautiful mountain views, albeit close to the 25 Freeway. Sites are level with 78 channel cable and 50 amps. We had a great pull-through, did not even have to un-hook (as the park is actually designed correctly). For an over-night stay this is about as good as it gets!
If you're looking for a big park with swimming pools and fancy facilities this may not be the place for you. However, it is in a beautiful location adjacent to a beautiful lake, yet you are virtually in the middle of Rapid City. All sites are surrounded by huge shade trees, yet it is very clean. We did hear that a new hotel will be built in the next year; so make sure to ask about construction noise.
Wow! Do not be fooled by the entrance. It looks somewhat like a truck yard in front, but keep going. As soon as you get through the gates you will be very happy. They have a beautiful lake (catch/release fishing available with no license required). Their sites are very nice with all the amenities of 5 star resort parks. In addition, they are very close to downtown Ft. Collins. What a great find!
We have been traveling for 5 weeks and this is, by far, the worst experience we have had. As our satellite dish is not working, we wanted to make sure we had cable. Unfortunately, the cable at Dakota Ridge is ghosty and snowy. The ad in Trailer Life and/or Woodal's indicates a view of mountains and city lights. When, in fact, it is located in an industrial area with the sounds of the 70 freeway and no view whatsoever! The sites are extremely tight for big rigs and sloped so egregiously that even our levelers won't help so, of course, our shower will not drain. We had booked our stay here for a week thinking it would be a nice hub to experience Colorado. As it is absolutely nothing as described in their ad after 3 days we inquired as to a refund if we left early. To our dismay there are no refunds!!! Once they get you in here, you're out of luck. Please, do not be swayed by the ad touting views and big rig friendly - they're not. After all the years of traveling in RVs this is the first time I have been compelled to write a review. Hopefully, my experience can save other travelers.