In regards to some previous reviews, yes there some over-landscaped sites which makes them a little tight. However, there are numerous wide-open sites available. Also, this is a desert resort and there is no grass but the park is very pet-friendly. We have enjoyed staying in this resort numerous times since 2008 and always find it relaxing and enjoyable.
Formerly Seibt Desert Retreat Luxury RV Resort. Rate reflects PA discount. This is truly a "Jewel of the desert". This is our third stay here and we love it, the whole park is paved complimented with beautiful desert landscaping with many mature trees, shrubs and roses galore in the Spring. Some of the hookups are a bit quirky but all workable especially with the help of their gracious staff who escort you to your site and stay with you to help you get settled and hooked-up. The facilities are awesome including: fitness spa, bowling alley, restaurant, convention center/club room, pools, jacuzzi, putting green, boccie ball court, etc., etc. Awesome wifi and satellite friendly. We brought a 23 coach rally here for a week in May 2009 and all of the attendees commented that it was the best rally they had attended. The staff here are all very customer service friendly and the owner is generally on-site. We will return again and again.
First of all, this park is not "in" Meadville but 10 miles from downtown on narrow streets and country roads. Next, the owner has a big case of attitude that you have to deal with at check-in. Then you are sent out to a site on the side of a hill that even when you get the coach level, you practically need a ladder to get into your coach. Then, the 50 amp service that you paid for doesn't work. Then, you discover that the advertised Wi-Fi is only available in the office, a half mile away. Then, when you take your laptop to the office to check email, you are directed to a game room with noisy electronic games and no adult seating. We had planned to stay here for two to three weeks but due to numerous factors not the least of which was the owner's attitude, we moved on after two nights and, will not be back.
Way overpriced campground for what you get. The sites are old, narrow piles of gravel. Bugs attack every window and screen of your RV as soon as the sun goes down not to mention if you are out of your rig. There is no Wi-Fi at the sites, only in office. This park is run down with no evidence of maintenance staff during the three days of our stay. The only reason to stay here would be if you are visiting family in Stoughton which, we were.
This is a "little slice of heaven". We checked in for one night and stayed five. They have level, well graveled sites around a lake with concrete patios including furniture and a smoker-style bar-b-que. There are gracious owners on-site and lots of sightseeing opportunities including several wineries in the area. We will definitely stay here again.
The advertised Wi-Fi did not work and the staff knows their Wi-Fi is inadequate. We stayed here two years ago and they had the same problem. There is also a lot of highway noise. We will not stay here again.
An excellent park overall so now I will get picky with park designers.
1st: Why do they insist on placing the cable connection in a box at ankle height with a cover that lifts up making it impossible to see the connection if you are not laying on the ground?
2nd: They have beautiful shower facilities however, the handicap shower has a six-inch high threshold to get into the shower.
Remember, we love this park, just getting picky with designers. It has a great location, Wi-Fi, cable TV, and hookups except as noted. We will always stay here when in the area.
The Wi-Fi at this park was not good and they knew it since they suggested at check-in if Wi-Fi didn't work, to bring our laptop into the office for good reception. This park is built on a hill and while sites are level paved slabs, getting into and out of your site can be a bit tricky. Lots of noise from I-44 right next to the park. We will not return to this park.
This is a gorgeous park with all expected amenities, plenty of restrooms, private showers, pool, laundry, camp store, on-site propane service, gated access, a dog run, etc., etc. We particularly enjoyed the large sites with citrus trees. The only negative we could find was the wifi service is through Tengointernet and the service is less than wonderful, the pipe is too small and when there is a lot of traffic it is very slow. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. Contrary to previous reports, we did not experience any problems with the water supply. We will stay here again when visiting the greater Phoenix area.
This is not an RV Park in our opinion, it is a mobile home park that has not been sold out so they are using the un-sold lots for RV's. The lots are all red-clay dirt with a course sand on top that is tracked in every time you get in your car or RV. There is only one central restroom and shower facility for the whole park that can be a long way (two plus city blocks) from your RV space. And then, when you get there, the men's room had only one working toilet out of two and showers were open like in high school with no privacy. There were no picnic tables at the sites, no trees and basically no redeeming features. They do have a little four-hole executive style golf course that would have been a nice feature if they had provided more basic amenities, like toilets and showers. The office staff was curt bordering on rude.