This park was a normal stop for us as we proceeded north into Utah each year. There seems to be new owners, and the park's over all condition is worth about $30 a night. Row "A" is the only section that has been kept up to high standards. The rest of the park is in need of TLC. We had a narrow, semi level, gravel site in row "D". The satellite signal was good, cable did not work, and the wi-fi was good. For some reason the trash cans were full in the park, and it was only Saturday. Trash was left on the ground. For $58 ,I was expecting more room and green grass. We will look for another park next year.
This park is good for a couple of nights. The condition of the sites has really gone down hill since we were here two years ago. They are semi level, gravel, narrow, and unkempt. Dry grass and weeds everywhere. The satellite signal was good, but the wi-fi did not work. There are supplies in the building next door at the gas station.
This clean park is about 10 miles south of the city of Montrose. The staff is friendly and the sites are semi level gravel. The sites are long and have a large shade tree/grass. The satellite signal is good and the Wi-Fi signal was off/on due to high winds. The park sits in a valley, with the Rocky Mountains in the distance. There is no store at the park and supplies must be obtained in Montrose. The park is quiet and we will return.
This park has been our stop since 2003. The staff is friendly and the park has always been in very good shape. This year the park was quiet. We stayed in the premium site area and found the gravel site level. The satellite signal was good, but the Wi-Fi signal was off and on. The store at the office has new items and they serve meals every day. We will return next year.
We've been stopping here since 2003. The park hasn't changed: Customer service is #1. In the newer section of the park, site 83 or 84, is where we stay. The sites are level gravel and wide. The satellite signal comes in great, and Wi-Fi is strong. The staff is super, and they rake the sites everyday. The down side of the park, if you need perfection, is from April to June the old cottonwood trees drop their cotton like pods. The park grounds look like snow has fallen. The staff cleans it up everyday, but the pods are messy. The other side of the coin is that the trees give off tremendous shade. Town is 9 miles away for big grocery items, and milk, etc. is a short walk across the highway.
This park is a winner. The park is very clean, and the sites are wide, level, cement pads, no trees in our section, and quiet. The WI-FI and satellite signal were A+. The staff was great. Camping World and diesel repair is close by. The city is about 5 miles east of the park. We will stay here again.
This park is very good for a week or so. The sites are level cement, very wide, and have gravel on the sides. There are no trees for shade and so the satellite signal is great. Fuel is across the street. The park indicates WI-FI, but I showed only one tower on the South end. We were on the North end of the park with no signal. The other odd thing was that there was a restaurant/pizza delivery that wasn't open any more, but they advertised it as open. No help or just no business, but they should take it off the flyer.
This park is very clean and shows it. The site we had, 67, was semi level cement, had green grass and trees. The Wi-Fi worked great, satellite signal was good, but the site was by the entrance street. (The morning noise was bad.) The staff was friendly and we would stay here again. The store is limited, and there seems to be a lot for kids to do. A portion of the park looks like San Francisco, Ca. The site is flat on the upper portion for your RV, then the front of the site drops off and your toad is parked on a good incline. It's something to see.
To me most KOA's give you a very average site and charge you for things that I don't use. This park has very narrow, semi level gravel sites, with large trees. The dry weather or bad maintenance has everything brown. The staff was friendly, no Wi-Fi signal, satellite is spotty due to trees. This is a park for over night stays.
This park is a A+ for our needs. The site was level and had a lot of gravel. The Wi-Fi works very well, but no satellite because of the trees in the park. Every thing is very clean and cared for. The staff is very nice and there is a lake for your use. We stayed a week and kept busy. The town has everything you will need, and the Mid America (Corvette haven), and the Harley dealer is ten minutes away.
This park is located out in the corn fields, outside of town. The grounds are beautiful and a parts/service center is connected to the park. We needed full hookup/50 amp service, and apparently there was only 2 sites. We noticed that 30amp is the most popular and most travelers are in small trailers. Our site was level gravel. Satellite worked good, no Wi-Fi. People are friendly and we will be back.
This park caters to long term tenants. The majority of sites had make-shift garages, storage sheds, and patio covers. All the things the rules stated that you couldn't have. The pull through site that we had was semi level gravel. The weeds were over taking the site and we shared the water connection with our neighbor. In four days they never came by to fix our faucet. The satellite signal was good, but there was no Wi-Fi. The people were friendly and you can wash your rig, which I always like.
This park is A++. The price is a little steep, but the experience is worth it. Everything works, the grounds are beautiful, people are friendly and the resort feeds you breakfast on Sat/Tues. This meal is the real thing. The city is beautiful and you can keep busy for weeks at a time. The main purpose of the resort is to sell the lots. If you are not interested, they leave you alone. The park belongs to the guests..
This park is A+. The cement sites are level and very wide. They have done this park right. There are green lawns between the sites and tall trees are in the right spots. The satellite/Wi-Fi signals are perfect. You can use the Wi-Fi all day at no cost. The store at the office is a little weak, but town is close by. There are golf courses 5 minutes away. The big amusement park is across the street and we thought that might be a problem, but "across the street" meant several 100 yards away.
This park caters to kids & tenters. Our semi level gravel site in section H was wide. The trees blocked the Sat. and WiFi signals. The visit was quiet until the weekend and then it got busy. A lot of vehicle traffic and kids. This is a good place during the week only, unless you enjoy NOISE. There are several state parks near by for outdoor activities.
This park hasn't been visited by the travel books for a long time. When we don't have access to the Internet to get this site, we base our selection on Good Sam/Woodall's. Both books indicate gravel roads and sites. Well, the gravel left the park years ago. The park needs TLC; weeds everywhere. The roads and our semi-level site was 90% dirt. The staff is friendly, but there is no Wi-Fi. The freeway is less than 50 yards away and it is noisy. This should be a $30 a night park.
This adult only park is great. The staff is friendly and the park is clean and without kids. The semi-level sites are gravel and wide. The park has truck/RV repair facilities close by and the city is 10 minutes away. At night, the fire flies come out and it is very quiet. We will be back.
This large park/golf course is a normal stop for us as we travel into the Black Hills. The park hasn't changed since our first visit (2003). The staff is great, the park is super clean, and the store is better than most markets. The sites are cement and quite wide. My only negative on the sites is the fact that all the pads slant. If you have a large motorhome, the level position is probably going to be with the tire/s off the ground with a leveling system. I can't figure out why they cut corners like this..
This park is good for a couple days. The sites,full hook ups with 50 amp. is limited to 32 spaces. We had a 50amp/water site that was slanted on gravel and had large holes on it. The WiFi worked good and the staff was great.They say that this was the first KOA and the park shows the age. If you have a large MH, like we do, this is not the place for a long stay. Did I mention the packs of KIDS running around?
This large park has always been a "10" for us over the past nine years. The staff is great, the sites are level gravel and the grounds are always manicured. The National park is right down the street and the fishing is great. This trip the mosquitoes were out in force and limited our sitting outside during the evening hours.
This little park is clean and quiet. The sites are semi level gravel and are quite wide. The large trees hinders the satellite signal on most of the sites. The Wi-Fi works well. The park has only (2) 50amp. sites and no sewer hookups on any of the sites. This park would be a must stop if there were sewer hookups.The staff is very helpful and there's a repair shop on the grounds.
This park is close to everything a big city would offer. The staff is very helpful and the wi-fi/satellite works great. The sites are roomy, simi-level gravel with a small lawn. Our stay was 7 days for repairs, and all went well. Right now the park is very quiet, and we would stay here again.
This park was perfect for us. Very quiet and no crowds right now. The long, gravel pull through was level and the trees were all trimmed. The staff was friendly, and we were able to walk the park and pick out our site. The satellite signal was strong, and the wi-fi goes through a company. I didn't like that, but you get x-number of minutes free. The store has very little to offer, but the general store is right down the street. We would stay here again.
We stayed several days. The park has many full timers in it and congestion gets bad after 5 PM. Very noisy at times. Our site was semi-level asphalt and was easy to enter/exit. Most of the park is heavily treed and satellite TV will not work. The Wi-Fi works great and the staff is friendly. The sites are very tight and it would depend on the size of your rig and the parking situation on weather this park is too crowded for your needs. We had site 162, which is an end spot. This worked for us.
This park is under new owners apparently. The grounds are in need of TLC. The semi-level gravel sites are roomy, but need the holes and ruts fixed. The staff was nice, and the interior of the building (office, laundry, showers ) was very clean. There are no trees or cable. We stayed one night.
This park is next door to a RV service facility by the same name. The sites are gravel, and the narrow site we had was not close to level. There are many trees and no cable. Choose your site wisely. The staff was nice. This is a good over night stop. The highway is just across the street.
This park has trees and more trees. We landed here when the leaves were falling. The semi-level sites are gravel and narrow. The staff is great and the small lake was beautiful. No satellite where we were , but cable works. We would like to return in the summer and check on the over hanging tree situation. If they trim the trees, this would be a good place for a week or so.
We landed at this small city owned park at the end of the season. The sites are small level grass and 2-3 are cement. The empty park was beautiful and the staff was great. The cable and Sat. worked well. The big lake is across the street and the town of Bad Axe, 15 miles away, has all of the big stores.
We enjoyed this park with its level gravel sites and beautiful grounds. The staff is super friendly and town is a few miles away. If you have a big rig, there are several large sites by the office. Wi-Fi, Sat. and cell phone all work fine here. The trees are turning color and the park is very nice and quiet. The store has supplies and the laundry room is cheap. The pool is closed now. We will return.
This older park has long semi level sites that were graveled many years ago. The site we had had more dirt than gravel and it rained. We stayed in the South section which has no restrooms, laundry or WI-Fi. Our Sat. system did work. The entertainment center is closed on M-T. The area is beautiful and the staff is helpful.
This older park has large trees and semi level gravel sites. The staff is very nice and the city activities are right there. The majority of campers have trailers or 5th wheels, due to the length of the sites. The draw back to the large sites here is that they are 45' and 50' long. If you have a 45' RV, there's no place for your tow vehicle. (We are 42 feet.) Ask before you arrive about the 50' sites. The creek runs behind the smaller sites. No satellite on most sites.
This park has narrow sites which range from simi level to slanted. The age of the park is showing in the landscape with the large trees, and the patch work on the sites. No satellite in some sites, but cable TV is here. The staff is friendly and the city activities are close by. The park is not worth the high price that it asks in my opinion. We stayed in a 42 footer.
This park is very nice. The sites are level gravel and the staff is very helpful. The grounds are well maintained and the 2 lakes are very beautiful. The sites on the lakes have w/e only, and the full h/u sites are located above the water. There is no Wi-Fi or laundry, but the satellite signal was good. We stayed in a 42' mh and will return on our next trip. The area has shopping and restaurants if you need them.
This three year old park is half ownership and half rental. The park is built into the mountain and gives each site a beautiful view of the surrounding area. The level gravel sites are big and our 42' MH fit nicely. The Wi-Fi, satellite and cable TV worked fine. The area is beautiful and town is a few minutes away. The park is quiet and the staff was great. Word hasn't got out about this place yet, and so very few people arrived during our five day stay. We'll be back.
This two year old park has level gravel sites that are big. (We have a 42 footer.) The staff is great and things are very quiet. The open sites offer Wi-Fi and the tree lined sites give you lots of shade. The pool was very clean, as was the laundry. The Lexington area is known for bar-b-que. We will be back.
This park offers open or treed sites. The sites are semi level gravel and offer Direct TV, instead of cable. The park is quiet. Activities are many within 30 miles in any direction. We would stay here again. We had an open site in the back portion which faced a large green field. No Wi-Fi.
This park caters to long term people. Our 2 day visit was in an area that had uneven, old gravel sites. The large trees blocked the Sat. and Wi-Fi signals. Most of the sites in the park do have uneven asphalt sites, surrounded by trees. The majority of campers had vehicles under 40'. The staff was friendly and a lot of the sites face the creek. There are a lot of kid activities.
This park needs site repairs on the big rig area sites. Most of the park is used by small RV's, and so the attention is given accordingly. The rear pull throughs are old, unlevel gravel sites. The weeds have been avoided and it is covering the sites and the roads in this area. No Wi-Fi. The rear portion of the park is quiet and the staff is friendly. A lot of kid activities.
This little park is the best place to visit if you like large, level gravel sites, quiet surroundings, and friendly people. I'd take this park over all the 5* resorts that we have visited. Our 42' motorhome was right at home. No kids activities. The state golf course is beautiful and the bourbon tours are interesting. No Wi-Fi, but the Sat. works great.
This park is overpriced unless you have kids. For big rigs, they put you in the back where there is no Wi-Fi or satellite, due to the large trees. The front portion of the park has long term people, who hang their laundry outside for days at a time. The OPRY is closed for the year, due to flooding, but other shows are here. There are alot of other activities/sights are worth seeing.
This park has simi level gravel sites, with the hookups towards the back of the site. For our needs (42 footer) it was perfect. Nothing fancy, quiet and is 5 miles south of all the activities. The Wi-Fi works good and the staff was friendly. Most campers are working people and during our stay we saw two new customers. No one around for some reason.
This park is not worth $55 a night. The sites are semi level concrete with brown dead grass on both sides. Nothing fancy. The staff is friendly, but they tried to sell me a club membership for $100 when I checked in. Hate sales people. They charge you extra for 50 amp and site location. The WI-Fi works good and the river is just off the property. We stayed 2 days. If you want to visit Natchez, MS, this is your only place.
This park is rated too high in the books. When the grounds were new, maybe. The narrow, broken concrete sites are in need of repairs. The trees are tall now and satellite signals are only good on certain sites. Weeds are growing on the sites, up keep is poor. The kid activities, store and WI-FI are very nice. At $40+, you are paying for kids and their activities, not the sites. Highway traffic is very loud all night long.
This park is perfect for our 42' motorhome + truck. The sites are level concrete, with a patio and small grass area. They face N/E for the afternoon sun, and they overlook a large manicured lawn. The staff is great, and the golf course is right down the street. Satellite signal works on all the sites. We stayed 5 days and will be back. Take the drive to Johnson Bayou (ocean).
This park had 90% long term visitors. The majority of visitors have trailers or 5th wheels. The staff is friendly and opened an area up for our 42' motorhome + truck. The area was semi level concrete and full hook ups. It was perfect for us. The main park has unlevel, old gravel and grass back in sites. The laundry room is old with 3 washers/dryers. Summertime means high humidity here. The surrounding area is worth seeing. Satellite will work. We will return.
The pullthough sites are very long and wide. The back in site that we had was tight for our 42' motorhome + truck. The staff is friendly and the grounds are all natural. The sites are old gravel, and some are more level than others. The laundry room was clean and had ample equipment. The area is a must see, and the golf course is 5 miles away. The roads are made for motorcycles. We stayed 7 days, and things do get very dirty in this natural setting. We will return.
This park is good for an overnight visit. The staff is friendly , but they will tell you that activities are few. The sites are old gravel and semi level. Our 42' motorhome + truck did not fit completely in the site, but the staff doesn't care. I carrying orange cones. This is laid back Texas. The pool is small, and they offer meals at the restaurant. The power went out while we were there, and power is needed for running water. Small trailers had problems.
This super clean park is quiet in the summertime, but then the rates drop. Our hard packed gravel site was level, clean, and very wide. Pick a site that faces N/E due to the afternoon sun. Golf is several miles away and start early in the day. The area of Old Mesilla, and the White Sands Missile area are worthwhile. If you ride motorcycles, the Harley shop is across the street. You can wash your coach which was a added bonus. We will be back.
This large park has alot to offer. Our level, gravel spot was wide. The staff is great, and the repair center is next door. Laundry, pool, and grounds are very clean. Pick a site that faces N/E due to the sun. Golf is 5 miles away. Summer time rates drop in half. The restaurant is not always open, but there are too many around the park to worry about it. We stayed 6 days due to repairs. We will be back.
This park is rated too high in the books. Their unfriendly staff turned us off and we won't be back. At check in, they ask for an emergency contact with their full name, address, and phone number. You can't check in without it. Now mind you the park is almost empty this time of year. I refused to give that information and told her that I just wanted a site for the night. She stood her ground for 5 minutes, then gave in. The sites are level and it was quiet. Golf is 4 holes.
The staff here is very friendly. The park is very clean and offers alot of activities for kids. Our #1 problem for the park was that the concrete sites are not close to being level. Our 42' 3 axle MH had all the wheels on the right side off the ground when the leveling system was engaged. Most campers here are using small wheel base trailers or 5th wheels. Not big rig friendly. Laundryroom was very clean with ample numbers of washers/dryers.
This park has a friendly staff and has wide, semi level concrete sites. The park is very clean, with its own boat ramp. The laundryroom needs upgrading by offering more than 4 washers and dryers. They do not offer quarters, sinks, clothes baskets, or ironing equipment. Our 4 day stay was quiet. The area offers very little in activities, unless you have a water craft. Before you drive to this part of Texas in the summer, think about very high humidity and alot of insects inside your RV.
This large park has something for everyone. The staff is great and I was able to pick the site that suited my RV (trees or no trees). Our 42' MH and truck fit well on the level concrete site for our 7 day stay. The river is not far away from any of the sites: that could be a problem to some as the humidity is higher. The area offers golf, great food and great motorcycle riding. Be careful on your site selection on the weekends: they have live bands playing.
This quiet park was perfect for us. It has wide level sites made of hard packed gravel, which face N/E away from the afternoon sun. We had enough room for our 42' MH and a truck in the site. The staff is very friendly, helpful and always seem to be busy keeping the grounds clean. The park has nothing for children to do, and that keeps the numbers very low. Our six day stay was filled with golf, 1 mile away; and hundreds of miles of motorcycle riding countryside. The town itself is 2 miles away for shopping, etc.
This park is up for sale and it shows. The weeds are taking over the park except for around the office. The gravel sites are level, the tree branches are growing across the sites, and the weeds are growing across the inner roads. The employees are friendly, but we were looking for a cleaner environment.
The park itself is really in need of some maintenance. The gravel needs to be replaced and the sites are very bare of grass. The sites are very narrow and the freeway noise is present. The town is simple and you can see it in one day.What you don't want to miss is the surrounding area off hwy 130. Big mountains, a lot of lakes and hiking areas. Beautiful!!!
This park is the only park for the area. It's odd, the entrance is beautiful and the grounds are extensive, but the rv spaces are very narrow. Each pad runs the opposite direction from the next one and is approximately 10 feet wide. There was alot of needed maintenance on our space and the park caters to kids.
This rv park has a twist to it. The campground itself has wide gravel lots and the view of the surrounding mountains takes your breath away. Now for the twist; The other side of the campground has rv pads set up for purchases. They are landscaped beautifully, are elevated above the river or on the river, and are available for daily use when the owners are absent. Try these, its worth the trip.
This park is one of our regular stops. The price is a little high, but we enjoy the location. The $47 a night spots are just below the highway and you get the road noise. The $57 spots back up to the river and you get a great view. The entire park has wide concrete pads and is landscaped very nicely.
We use this park every year for a week and feel comfortable here. There's lots of room in most of the spaces and the view of the mountains can't be beat. On the negative side, we have noticed that the gravel in the rv pads are getting very thin, the pads are not level anymore and the upkeep around the premium spaces is bad. It rained during our stay and the leveler started to sink. We asked for more gravel and was told, "No".