What a nice park! We got blown off the highway by the wind and saw a sign for an RV park. What a find! Great big rig slots, room for our dogs to walk and a nice store with basic food and deli items. Was escorted to site on banks of the Snake river. We will be back "in season" as February is not the best time to be here. Wi-fi is as good as RV parks get and cable TV is good, if not a little snowy. Nice management, and it looks like a great place when trees are leafed out and grass is green.
Good access for a big rig, long space. Cable TV was a very few channels and snow on some. Lava rock road is dusty and large size nuggets sometimes hard to walk on and our dogs hated it. They now have sore feet. Management very friendly and helpful. Good access to Grand Canyon, less than an hour drive in our car. Close to the train station where trains go daily to the canyon. Good spot for a quick visit to Grand Canyon.
Rather basic but nice park. Paved roads and sand/dirt pads but firm so coach leveled without problem. Big rig friendly with good angle spaces. Good, mid-sized dog run, actually 3 separate runs in one complex with room to toss a ball so they could actually run. Wi-Fi very lame, impossibly slow and dropped off several times. Friendly management and host escorts you to space which was nice since the park is so large. Vast majority of spaces are long term and freeway noise is evident at night if wind is not blowing.
The worst we have seen, especially for the money and, cash only. Very old, small and tight. Our 40' hung over onto the very poor pavement. Very tight spaces and if host hadn't helped, we would not have been able to get into our space. The website claims they have cable TV, but they don't. Redeeming factor is their Wi-Fi, it is the best we have seen in past few months. Mostly permanent or very long term tenants. Didn't know they had a spa or pool until after we left, and happened to see that on their website. Won't be back, especially due to the price.
Pretty nice older park. Lots of permanent or long term, but well maintained and clean units. Spaces are small and okay, but not great big rig spaces. Wi-Fi very poor, down load and read email, very slow transmit speed, forget website viewing. Okay pet area but no enclosed space. Decent place for a quick stop.
One of the most expensive parks we have stayed in, but worth it. Very big rig friendly, but you don't need a pull through as the back in spaces are excellent, lots of space and great angle. Fenced dog run is rather small but nice. Wi-Fi was very slow, email was okay except for sending messages and viewing websites. Good cell coverage with 4g data. Great cable TV selection. Worth the high cost and will stay here again when visiting relatives . (Didn't visit the casino.)
Very nice park with many full timers but well kept. Very big rig friendly, very nice management and very clean. Nice dog walk area, but we found an area where could run our big dogs off leash. (Not sure they would approve). Wi-Fi is good only for email, but good cell coverage so 3g data worked well. They had space for short term storage so we were able to leave our RV for a few weeks so we could return home in our toad (very reasonable rate). We will return when in the area.
Very rough park, but then we were here in off season. Lots of full time guests, and pretty rough set ups. Did have good access to an area that we could run the dogs, but not as part of the RV park. Pretty tight internal road for big rigs, but manager helped us get around the trees and to our site.
Pretty old and "rustic." Mostly full time residents and not well maintained. No river access, not really big rig friendly. Was quiet and close to wine country, but that is about all that can be said. Wi-Fi was weak.