Basic RV parking at best. The sites are concrete and level, but the gravel on the patio area is covered with cigarette butts and not very inviting. There seem to be a lot of long term residents of the park and they tend to stay away from the "transient travellers".
We needed a place to stop for the night and this was handy. Check-in was great and the clerk was very friendly. We parked in a pull-through site, but did have to unhook the towcar to fit into the site. That wasn't as much of a problem, but when we were leaving, we had to ask the resident next to us if he would move his pickup so that we could swing out into the drive. The sites are basic and offer nothing but a space. If needed, I would stay here again.
We used this park for a brief stopover while in Yuma. Friendly front desk, and worker to guide us to our spot. We parked in the front on one of the long pull-through sites. Even though the freeway was near, the noise soon became a "white noise" and really didn't bother us. We would stay here again.
What a special RV Resort that we found. All the units are on wheels and no park models allowed. The workampers keep the grounds clean and neat. The residents as well as the staff are extremely friendly and welcome you to their activities. I'm sorry that I never found this resort earlier in my Arizona stay. The patio and pool area is the hub for all major activities. It seems like there is always something going on from breakfasts, dinners, happy hours, karaoke and live music and dancing. Since most activities take place outside, the patio has a cover over it and has many large propane heaters to keep you comfortable when it's cold. If you want activities, check out their webpage and follow the links and you will find everything listed. We were so impressed during our short stay, that we have now reserved space for next season.
We were a little hesitant about stopping here since the park was quite full of young high school people attending a horse event at the fairgrounds, but I have to say that it was very pleasant. We had a nice level pull through site. No need to level our motorhome. Even with all the people using the restrooms, they were kept as clean as possible. The weekend park hosts tried their best to keep on top of it and did a great job. I would definitely stay here again.
For us this was just a basic overnight stop. The interior is gravel and really no grass. Lots of weeds with little stickers. They do have an extensive free cable TV lineup, but we were in a spot where we could use the satellite. We won't be back.
We were looking for an overnight stop and just stumbled upon this park. Our site was a pull-through and entirely on the grass. We were unable to put our jacks down as the ground was wet and didn't want to sink it. There are a few sites that are satellite friendly, otherwise the rest have mature trees. It was fine for an overnight.
Not realy an RV Park, but more like a resort. The sites were level and long. Wi-Fi worked excellent and most sites are satellite friendly. The grounds were immaculate and well taken care of. The park is only a couple of miles from the West Yellowstone entrance so that is a definite plus. The office staff was extremely helpful and friendly. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is a fantastic park with easy access to all the Black Hills attractions. It may be a little on the pricey side, but well worth it. Wi-Fi was excellent and the setting was wonderful. Peaceful and quiet. The sites are spread out with plenty of room to move around. If you have children, there are plenty of activites to keep them entertained. I would stay here again.
The park is in town and within walking distance to Wall Drug. The sites are long and level. Some sites have shade, but are able to pick up the satellite signals. The check-in was seamless and easy. They gave us a lot of information and directions to the sites we wanted to see. The Wi-Fi signal was strong. We would stay here again if in the area.
It's a basic park, but the sites are wide and long if you are pulling a tow vehicle and don't want to unhook. Our site was quite level, but had a hard time reaching the sewer connection. The office staff was fun to banter with and the check-in was easy. Our site was close to the interstate hiway, but far enough away that the noise wasn't an issue. The Wi-Fi signal was quite strong. If in the area, I would stay here again.
It looks like the owners are working hard to bring this park back to standards. The check-in was seamless and our spot was level and tree shaded. They do an excellent job of keeping the area clean. It looked like there were a lot of "long term" residents and I'm quite sure it's due to the flooding of the Missouri River. As for activities for the kids, there are enough to keep them busy. I would stay here again if in the area.
What a delightful diamond in the rough. We stumbled upon this on our way back to Oregon and couldn't have been more pleased. Check in was easy and quick. The showers are spotless and huge. Our site was level and large. Plenty of room to enjoy the peace and quite and sounds of nature. If in this area again, I would definitely stay here again.
Nice and easy check in and the guide to our site was excellent on giving backin instructions. You do need to watch out for the kids on the bikes. Some parents think that a motorhome can stop on a dime. They do a good job of keeping the park as clean as possible. Wi-Fi worked well. The sites are somewhat compact and sewer connections are not air tight and might wind up under your slide outs. I won't stay here again.
WOW! What a pleasant surprise after a day's driving. Plenty of parking while checking in, and the check in was absolutely seamless. We are in a pull through site, and it is perfectly level without using stabilizer jacks. The wi-fi is strong and reliable. If you have children, the pool and play area is fantastic. The pull through sites are wide and long (no need to unhook your tow car unless you want to). Water, sewer, and electric hookups are very convenient. The office also has souvenirs as well as basic items. I would definitely stay here again if in the area.
We were looking for a peaceful place to spend the night. The train tracks are 50 yards at best from the park and it seems like every 30 minutes another one passes by and lays on the horn. When checking in, we were greeted by a young man who mumbled the directions. I would have expected an adult to be behind the counter. Woodalls was here inspecting the grounds and they rate this place a 4. Give me a break. The clubhouse is nice, the sites fairly spacious, but the train distracts from all of the positives. Would I stay here again? No!
The new owners are working hard to bring this park up to their standards. Check in was easy and when guided to our site, found the branches in the way of one of the slides. The owner went and got a trimmer and removed the branches and made sure they wouldn't rub. Not many places will do that. The grounds are extremely clean and a nice feature is that this is a gated park. If you don't have the code, you don't get in after hours. Nice for peace of mind. If I ever get back this way, I would definitely stay here again.
The rate reflects Passport America discount, but barely worth that. We asked for a pull through site thinking we could leave the tow car hooked up. Wrong, we could pull through one site and into ours and unhook the car because the site we pulled through would then be a back in site for someone else and be right against the back of your unit. The Wi-Fi was spotty at best. But, the restaurant and lounge above the gift shop did serve an excellent meal at reasonable prices. If needed, I might stay here again.
For $44, I would expect a lot more out of a RV Park (KOA or not). Our site was barely long enough for our 36' motorhome and tow car. It was tight getting the slides out without rubbing against a tree. The Wi-Fi did work well. Enough said. I won't stay here again.
The best thing I can say about this park is convenience and an easy check in. Most of the 50 AMP sites are occupied long term. We wound up with a 30 AMP site and no cable. The sites are wide enough for a rig with multiple slides. There is no landscaping to speak of and was overrun with mosquito's. It was a convenient spot to spend the night providing the constant truck traffic from the interstate highway doesn't keep us awake. Would not consider staying here again.
If you are tired and need a spot to spend the night, OK. It's pretty basic and if you have a long rig, it's going to be tight getting into a spot. Our spot was fairly level, but making the turn was a challenge without scraping the side of the motorhome or tow car. Wi-Fi works very well and our neighbor says the 50 channel cable TV is fine. We did have to close our windows so the campfires from the tent campers didn't fill our motorhome with smoke.
The reservation checkin was quick and easy. The grounds were clean but the picnic tables needed some attention. It looked like someone put a portable barbecue on ours: melted and cracked the plastic making it unusable. Our space was quite level, but it would be nice to have full pavement to park on, or all gravel and not just a double strip of pavement. The one complaint is the 25 cent charge for 4 minutes in the shower. The location was fine, but I don't forsee us coming back here anytime soon.
We've stayed here before and as usual were not disappointed. We only had 30 Amp this time because the park was quite full, but managed quite well. The owners have thinned out the trees and trimmed many of the lower branches making it easier for those of us with big rigs to navigate the turns and accommodate the multiple slides.
This is a fairly new park, but. The interior roads are paved, but the RV spots are compacted gravel which is fine, but if you want to walk along side your RV, be prepared to sink into the bark dust and mud. As for the showers, there is one for the men and one for the women and you need to get a key from the office to use them. It looks like most of the park is filled up with permanent residents. I wouldn't recommend it and use only as a last resort.
It looks like most of the park is set for long term or permanent residents, but the middle 2 rows are for overnight. The sites are gravel and some not real level but extremely manageable. Check in was a snap and you are escorted to your site. There is an enclosed dog exercise area as well as a pet washing facility. Depending on the lenght of your vehicle and sewer hose, you might just wait and dump at one of the 2 dump stations at the park. Although you are fairly close to the freeway, you don't hear the noise. I would stay here again.
What do you want for $15 per night?? What you get is a friendly check in at the hotel, a spot to park your RV, Water, sewer, electric and Wi-Fi. Although the interior is dirt and gravel and some of the spots are rutty, it is a place to park while en-route. There is a laundry room at the hotel that is available for guests and you are more than welcome to use the pool and spa. The on site restaurant is handy and the food was above average. Upon arrival, you find a spot and pull your RV in and then go the front desk of the hotel and pay your nightly fee. I would stay here again if my travel plans took me here.
A basic park with primarily full time residents. The short term spots in front are pull through sites and somewhat narrow, especially if you have multiple slides. The interior roads are paved and the sites are level and graveled. For a stopover spot, it is more than adequate. The office help was extremely friendly and asked if we were AAA of GS and gave a 10% discount off the $21 per night rate. We would stay here again for a stopover spot.
This was our 1st winter at this park and all of our expectations were met or were exceeded. The staff (both paid and workampers) were very professional and kept the park in immaculate condition. There were enough activities to keep us busy. Potlucks, happy hours, special dinners and a variety of music for dancing and entertainment. The park recently purchased another property and will be using it this coming season for all entertainment activities. The activity director was dismissed this year. Not because of not doing the job, but did not have a work permit to work in the US. A new activity director has been hired and a new park manager will be in place for next season. All in all, this park is a great place to winter or to spend a week or so during the winter. They do have spaces for "short termers" at the front of the park. The park itself is close to shopping and dining. This is by far one of the friendliest parks we have stayed in and will be back again next winter for 5 months.
It is a small park with limited shade. The interior of the park is gravel, but the sites are fairly level. Upon arrival, we were greeted with a smiling face from the camp host. Registration was quick and he even got on his golf cart and directed us to our spot. It is a bit out of town and not withing walking distance to anything if that is a drawback to you. Wi-Fi is excellent and satellite dishes have no obstacles. I would definitely stay here again.
What a pleasant surprise. Very neat and clean park. Most sites have paved pads and the rest clean gravel. Not much in the way of shade except what you can manufacture. Walking distance to Safeway unless you need lots of groceries. Check in was smooth and easy and a smiling friendly face behind the counter. We have driven by this many times but have never stopped. We will definitely stay here again.
If you need a quick stopover point, this isn't a bad park at all. Level sites, lots of trees (satellite unfriendly) but free cable TV. A nice little mini mart on site as well as propane and fuel. We would stay here again. I just wished the clouds were gone so could actually see the Top Gun jets and not just hear them.
Self service check in. Pick your spot and put your receipt in the holder. How much easier could it get? The interior roads are pave but the sites are clean gravel. Fancy it isn't, but for $25 per night, what do you expect? Full hookups, cell phone reception and free WiFi. It's all good. We will stop here again on our way up and down I-5
The park is adjacent to the Deshutes County Fairgrounds and is managed by them. The park hosts seem to spend more time driving their grandkids around on the golf cart than providing the necessary duties associated with their title. The handicapped shower in the men's shower is terrible. Mold and mildew on the shower curtain. Toilet paper not on the rolls but just stacked along side. No cable TV, but it is not advertised as having it, but they do offer WiFi thorough Bend broadband. It is spotty at best. The grounds are nicely maintained, but there is no shade except what you can manufacture on your own. We will stay here again since this is our "hometown."
What a pleasant surprise. I would rate this RV park at a 10, but for the poor WiFi reception, I only could give it a 9. But what a 9. Upon arrival, we were amazed at what we saw. Lush landscaping, people fishing from the bank at the man made lake, mature trees and the friendliness of the staff made this a place to put on our "go back to" list. Most of spaces are back in, but we did have one of the pull through spots next to the lake. There is a nice walking patch around the lake and if you travel with pets, there are many "dog pots" around the park. There are kayaks, and paddle boats for your use on the lake as well as a swimming beach near the clubhouse. If you are so inclined, there is shuttle service to the casino located on the property. Also, fuel and propane are available on site as well. This park also accepts Passport America as well as Good Sam.
This park is clean and well kept. The spaces could be a little wider with so many units having multiple slides. The spaces between sites are mostly gravel, but weed free. There is one dog run, but at the far end of the park. Overall, in my opinion, it is a good stopover spot but not for long term stays. I would stay here again, but only while in transit.
This is our 2nd winter here. There are many amenities available, but you do pay for them whether or not you use them. Wireless internet is available through Tengo but is spotty at best. We installed DSL through Qwest. We are staying in one of their premium spots (ranchitas) and have plenty of room. The standard sites are just that. There are several enclosed pet areas throughout the park. Be sure to specify pets as there are strict "NO PET" areas. The pools and hot tubs are wonderful. The main entrance has a security guard, but only until midnight and then it is left unguarded until 7 in the morning. It is not an ideal situation since it is located on a main street in Mesa. Lock up you possessions at night. The park has park model areas as well as RV areas and areas that are mixed with both types of units. They do have many scheduled activities but seem to be geared to an older crowd and not much in the way of music or dances for those of us that grew up in the 50s and 60s. We have enjoyed our 2 seasons at this park, but due to the increases in space rents every year, we will look for a different wintering spot next year. All in all, it is a nice park, but not right for us.
I emailed the night before we came in and asked for 6 nights in a pull-through spot. When I checked my email in the morning, a spot was reserved for me. When we came in, the office staff was very helpful and was guided to our spot. Yes, we are in a pull through spot and can hear the interstate, but after a short while, you don't notice it. The site was level, clean and easy to get into. I have absolutely no complaints. Yes, I would stay here again while visiting the Yuma area.
If you just want a spot to spend a night, then this is OK. The pull through sites are long, but extremely narrow. This is a basic park at best. The office staff was helpful and friendly when checking in, but in the morning when leaving was not quite as helpful. Internet is available for a fee of $8.95 per day with other rates for weekly or monthly stays.
Very friendly front office staff. This park is very neat and tidy. The sites are level with gravel area for your patio. They are somewhat close together, but very manageable. We were looking for a spot for 4 nights and glad that we found this one. If in the Lake Havasu area, we would stay here again. They have a dog walk area as well as several fenced enclosures for "leashless" exercise. There is no shade except what you can manufacture with awnings, but then I didn't come down here for shade.
This is not an RV Park. It is truly an RV RESORT. The grounds were immaculate and the sites wide and level. Upon entering, and attendant will dump both your black and gray water tanks and issue an environmentally friendly solution for your black tank. They do have a casino shuttle bus every 20 minutes. The casino restaurants were very good. There is a fuel station on the grounds as well as a "touch less" RV wash. This is on my "re stay" list.
We stopped on our way to Arizona for 2 nights and was pleasantly surprised. The park is gravel, but not at all dusty. The grounds were well kept and the office staff very friendly. The spaces were nice and wide allowing for slideouts. We would definitely stay here again.