Awesome park. One of the nicest we have stayed in. Small, quaint and people are so friendly. This park shows pride of ownership, extremely well taken care of. Price reflects Passport America. Includes full hookups with cable TV and Wi-Fi. Will most definitely recommend this park and we will be back.
I'm sure that in the summer months and absolutely NO rain this park would be adequate for a night or 2. We stayed end of October and the sites were flooded. The roadway to the sites was flooded. There is Wi-Fi but only at the office which closed at 4:00. Would not stay here again.
This is our 2nd visit here and we still love it. Owner/Managers are extremely nice and have done lots of improvements since our last visit 2 years ago. Small wooded park with spacious sites, grassed and treed with firepits and picnic tables. Rustic with full service. WiFi is great. Pull through or back in sites. Will most definitely return again.
Price reflects RPI rate + $1.00 park fee. A nice park. Sites are narrow, gravel and somewhat level. There are some sites that have grass but they are for members & that is fine. Not much privacy and when you walk out of your door you are pretty much at your neighbors hookup box & sewer. Wi-Fi was good, costing $1/day. All the staff were very friendly and nice. This was our 2nd visit and we would stay again.
We are snowbirds from Alberta, Canada. We stayed here for 3 nights. This is a wonderful campground with a bonus of being located on the Wenatchee River. Full hookups including Wi-Fi. Interior roads and sites are paved. The sites are like spokes on a wheel making it roomy for large rigs. Lots of room with grass and just enough mature trees for shade but not to many so that the sun couldn't be enjoyed. Park staff was very friendly. We will most definitely be returning to this park in the future.
Price reflects RPI + $3.00 park fee. Stayed here for 4 nights. Sights are along the bluff with a nice ocean view. Price includes cable and Wi-Fi (can be very slow at times). Very close to town amenities. Only 20 minutes from San Francisco. This is a large parking lot and the sites are narrow and very tight. We would return again.
Price reflects CC-USA rate. We stayed 4 nights. Full H/U included cable and Wi-Fi. Roadways through the park are very narrow. We were in a pull through and found it to be a good size. Lots of permanent residents, looks messy in some sites. Pool was nice: heated at 86 degrees. We may stay again, more so because of the close location to San Diego.
Price reflects CTC + $3.00 park fee. Full H/U includes cable TV. Wi-Fi is available through Tengo (extra charge). This was our second visit. We stayed for 5 nights. Right next to the preserve area of the dunes: beautiful. ATV restricted. About half mile hike to the beach over the dunes. Large and level sites. Not far out of town, very quiet. Close, short drive to Pismo Beach. Love this park and will most definitely return.
We are making our way slowly back north to Canada. Was going to stay 3 nights, stayed 5. Clean park, very friendly staff. Cable and Wi-Fi included in price and both worked great. Large, level, paved sites with young hedges in between. We had a pull thru site overlooking the Bay. Easy walk to Casino or take the free shuttle bus. Easy access off the Hwy 101 but quiet. Close to town. Highly recommend this park and we will most definitely return. 10+++
This is an awesome park. It is the second time staying here. We absolutely love it. We will most definitely be back. It features large, level and extremely well kept sites. This park shows pride of ownership and the staff is wonderful. The price reflects CAA/AAA discount. Easy access to park from highway with minimal traffic noise. This park is in the midst of an orange grove with trees at all the sites. In season, you are more than welcome to pick the oranges. I will recommend it to anyone and everyone.
This was our second visit to this park. AAA/CAA are accepted, giving a 10% discount. Cable TV is great; although the WiFi works, it is still slow and could use an upgrade. Has level, large pull-through sites with grass in between; lots of room and a wonderful view of the mountains. Even with permanent units, the park is very well kept. Owners are very friendly. We would stay here yet again.
We agree, 100% with all previous reviews. This is without a doubt the best RV park we have ever stayed at. 8 sites only, all backing on to the river. Beautiful park and shows pride of ownership. The owners are great and very friendly. The scenery is breathtaking and we will be back.
This is a nice, quiet, very well kept and clean park on the outskirts of town, close to amenities. Perfect place to stay to do day trips to North rim of Grand Canyon and other N.P. The owners were extremely nice and helpful. Wi-Fi worked great. I have to agree with previous comment that it was just a tad pricey, however, we would most definitely stay here again.
Price reflects CG USA. This is a nice little park off Interstate 15, but far enough that you don't hear the traffic. Located right on the outskirts of town. Good fast WiFi, 30/50 amp power and good space. Sites and roads are gravel, but level. We were here for 2 nights and would most definitely stay again.
We stayed here to explore the area, and the price reflects Passport America charge. This park is OK with level, pull through sites and full hookups, free WiFi though the cable TV did not work. They are convenient to I-40 though you can not hear the traffic. This is not a resort (no pool, hot tub or rec hall). The ground is very rough with volcanic rock, very difficult to walk. Williams is at 7,000 feet and it can be quite cold through the night in April.
This was a wonderful park. It's clean and well taken care of. One of the best Western Horizons parks. Price reflects RPI. Internet works great but there is a $2.00/day fee. Nice location. Sites were large, some with trees. Close to 2 major highways though you would never know it, no noise. Lots to see and do in the area and the office is very helpful and full of information. Would without a doubt, stay here again.
It is an awesome park. I absolutely loved it. It features large, level and extremely well kept sites. This park shows pride of ownership and the staff is wonderful. The price reflects CAA/AAA discount and if you pay cash you get an additional $2.00 off. There is easy access to park from highway with minimal traffic noise. This park is in the midst of an orange grove with trees at all the sites. In season, you are more than welcome to pick the oranges. I will most definitely be back and will recommend it to anyone & everyone.
We stayed here for 2 weeks - RPI affiliate - $10.00 each night plus $2.00 for hydro. Well worth it. Will most definitely return. It is an extremely nice park ~ with grassy sites, a cabana with a picnic table and barbecue at each site. There is a recreation center with 2 pools (one indoor, one outdoor), a hot tub, showers, washrooms, library, game room, family room with T.V., adult lounge with T.V. There is 2 laundry facilities and washrooms with free hot showers. Cable at each site. It was a clean, spacious park, and well maintained. Reason for an 8 rating is that the Wi-Fi is weak and it is something that we depend on, due to working on the road.
Price is based on a weekly rate - pay for 6 nights get the 7th free. Wonderful park. Wonderful Managers. Wonderful people. Rustic and well taken care of setting offers full hookups. Fire pits. Wi-Fi works great. Connected to a conservation area. No street noise. Close to Lethbridge and major shops. Would without a doubt stay here again. Highly recommend to everyone. Its worth the extra 35 km from RV "Resort" on west side of Lethbridge.
The $51.00 was the flat rate which included 2 adults only, did not include the $2.50 each for each pet or $2.50 each for each additional person over the age of 5. We stayed here last fall and were not charged these fees, which apparently have been introduced this year. I have to laugh at the previous review referencing KOA (Keep On Adding) The park is situated in a nice area but with a lot of traffic noise being just off the main highway. The pool and the play ground are very small. Laundry is expensive. There is a small store that carries the necessities. There is also an arcade room just off the back of the store which is not "parental" watched and with the eight "children" in it at one time, well, it was very noisy and unpleasant. The internet access is pretty much non existent and expensive. I truly do not feel that this is a park that should be rated as "Resort". Though I rated it a 6, I really think is warrants only a 4. Reason for the higher number is due to the park hostess who registered us in. You know what they say about first impressions ? She welcomed us in with a smile and a very warm greeting of hello, asking about our travel plans and wished us a great stay. Though very new to the area herself she was more than helpful to direct us to spots in town. Lethbridge is a wonderful area and we love to make this one of our stops, however we will not return to this park.
Price quoted is CTC. Would have given it a higher mark, but after meeting with a sales rep in the office, lets say that barracuda would be a compliment. Very rude ! Especially when we refused to sign. We have stayed here a couple of times and do like the park. Pool, hot tub, mini golf, activities, river. No trees. Wifi only if you go to clubhouse. Cable tv is available for a steep price, and if you want to add access to internet from your rig, a further fee. Total $42.00 every 2 weeks. Not sure at this point if we would go back
Owner/Managers extremely nice. Small park with spacious sites, grassed and treed with firepits and picnic tables. Rustic with full service. Wifi is great. Site we were in backed up to a small river. We loved it here. Will most definitely return.
We've stayed here 2 times. Off I-40. CTC affiliate park. Nice pool and hot tub. Employees are friendly and nice. Lots of planned activites. Close to Laughlin & Bullhead City and Oatman. I would give it a higher mark but Wifi is available only in the clubhouse. Very inconvenient. Would stay again.
This is a nice park with a new area for pull-throughs with 30 or 50 amps, cable TV with 60+ channels, WiFi but a very low connection speed. The pull-through area is level gravel with grass between wide sites. Plenty of room. A view of the mountains at the back of the park. There are what seems like permanent residents but their areas are very neat and taken care of (no junk around). We would stay here again.
Top notch in our books. One of the nicest parks. Very well taken care of. Stayed 2 nights on our way back north to Canada. Conveniently off I-15 though you don't hear the traffic. Close to town. Very nice scenery. Friendly owners with a great dog who helps them escort you to your site. Too cute. Large level gravel sites with grass. Pull thru sites. Wifi was the best. Will most definitely be back again.
Night cost reflects Coast To Coast price. Very friendly staff, nice scenery and close to Zion National State Park. We were charged an additional $5.00/day for 50 amp and internet that rarely worked. Sites are close together but liveable. Sites are extremely un-level. Not overly impressed at all and will not use this park again.
A nice park in the Oldman River Valley, just off hwy. #3. Minimal traffic noise. Close to town. Heated pool. Wi-Fi access is a little above average. There's a grass section with large trees, and then another section that is all gravel. The majority of the sites are pull throughs. They have pancake breakfast's on Sundays. The staff was very friendly and polite. Will definitely stay here again.
if there was 0 rating as an option, we would pick it. They stated on their website that they honoured Good Sam - they didn't. 99% are permanent residents and it shows. Garbage all around, uncut grass. Do not recommend staying here - park on the side of the road instead (any road)
Campground is small and cute and compact. Our site had a covered picnic table; close to all amenities in town. Clean, good water pressure, electric (only 30 amp), Owner is very rude. Internet WiFi is horrible, almost non-existent. When I asked if there was a problem with the internet, he talked thru the door and told me its my problem. Would not stay there again, we camped in a 5th wheel and stayed for 5 nights. No trouble using Passport America rates.