This is a very nice county park situated in the Salinas Valley. The sites are narrow, but shaded and the hook-ups are good but only 30 amp. Sat TV may be difficult as most of the FHU sites are shaded. The posted rate is a weekly rate and during the "off season" which is Oct 1 to May 1. The park is used by many groups but much of the time it is empty. Difficult to find a Ranger and you pay at the CG entrance via an envelope and Pipe deposit system. Nice Ag Museum on the property and lots of space for day users near the CG.
This is a wonderful park, well run with an excellent staff. If you need showers and bathing facilities, this park is not for you. No pool, but who needs one with the 0cean so near. The sites are huge and the utilities excellent. The wifi is good, but can be inconsistent at times. Great location and near any San Diego area activity. It is a very quiet park, perhaps the quietest park we've ever visited. I only hope they don't convert it to condos as was rumored during our stay.
Certainly not inexpensive, but a very nice CG in a good location at the southern tip of the Silver Strand as it joins Imperial Beach. All the sites are wide and will easily handle your rig and 2 vehicles. Every RV is parked on a gravel pad and each side is paved and bricked. Weather here is wonderful and if you are doing the SD area, it is a fantastic location.
We enjoyed our week here as it is a safe and decent campground for area visitors. It is not the kind of CG for lounging in your site, etc. The woman running the place is terrific and helpful. The main problem here is that there is no sewer hook-up, so come with empty tanks. If you stay for a week you will get honey bucket service at no additional fee. They come around 9 a.m. on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday. It is probably the best deal for camping on the entire San Diego coast.
Nice park, very clean and the owners take obvious pride in this park. The sites are small and close together, but have tables at each one. All the amenities are available (pool, playground, laundry, etc.) Great for a few days when visiting this historic area.
Very nice park and part of the casino complex. The sites are pull-throughs and are very large. The FHUs are new and in great shape. Not many amenities, but the casino is close and HB's Lounge is a good spot for a simple dinner. We've stayed here several times in the recent past and always enjoy our stay.
This is a great park with large sites, excellent hook-ups and great amenities. Large registration area with great staff. All the facilities are top notch and it is wonderful to be able to get up in the morning and pick a fresh orange (the best I've ever had). We have been here twice now and will make it a regular stop on our east west travels. It is also close to the Crystal Palace and the Wool Growers Basque restaurant, both worth a visit.
Rated it a six, but as a fairgrounds it is really much better. It is a great overnight spot or good for a few days as we are staying a week over the Christmas Holidays. Decent sites and good hook-ups, secure and in a decent area. Great for visiting the Roseville area. Fairgrounds is great for walking and the place is dog friendly. We will return.
We are members and love this campground. It is small but very clean, well managed, with a friendly staff and very good hook-ups. Nice pool and the grounds are very well maintained. The sites are small and mostly 30 amp. Some shaded sites but difficult to get. Since it is a membership park the other campers are very friendly. Near the best LV has to offer even thought the immediate neighborhood isn't the greatest. We feel very safe as the park is secure with 24 hour security.
Very nice and clean and well manicured. The sites are wide with several pull through sites. The park is right off the interstate but far enough away so that you cannot hear any highway noise. There is some train noise that you might hear at around 4 a.m. The sites are level with nice hook-ups. Nice club house and pool area.
This is one of the nicest parks in which we've stayed. The facilities are excellent with paved interior roads, top-notch hook-ups, great recreational facilities, free Wi-Fi, and nice management. Each site is large and long and situated between orange trees. This is a campground in an active orange orchard which was carved out of the grove. I can't say enough about this park. The only negative I can come up with is that they do not provide picnic tables.
This is a very nice park, well maintained and groomed. Three large dog walks are very nice. The roads are asphalt and all the sites are level with gravel. Good hook-ups except the water may be a little difficult to connect to if you use a regulator. The management is super friendly, there are 2 laundry facilities and a very nice lounge. They provide pay Wi-Fi as well. The only reason this isn't a ten is that there are no pools, etc. Great place to base out of to do Albuquerque as it is 9 miles west of city center on Nine Mile Hill.
Good Sam rate for one night. Clean park with large sites. Each site is very long with asphalt pads and cement patios. The park is older and since they've had no rain it is very dusty at the moment. Probably looks much better during normal weather. Good hook-ups and power.
We used Passport America for our one night stay. Very nice park with excellent amenities. Fantastic laundry room. The host were very nice and organized. Pool was being repaired during our stay. Large cement pads with good hook-ups. Looks like several of the guests were permanent, but eveything is well groomed and clean. Would stay here for a lenghthy stay.
This is really a great park and very close to a 10. The majority of the sites are around a large fishing pond (there are 5 ponds in the campground) each with a cement pad and excellent hook-ups. This park is great for the fisherman, families or someone just wishing to tour Cajun country. The only negatives are that the garbage disposal area is a long distance from the sites, there are no picnic tables and the traffic pattern requires you to go around the entire pond when you leave/arrive. The rate is based on the weekly rate.
An excellent state park with a beautiful lake for fishing or boating. Most sites are shaded, especially in the A section. We stayed in B section and it appears to be the most popular loop. Excellent hookups but no sewer connection but the dump station is located near the loop entrance. They do have one washer and dryer in the bath house. It is very warm in this facility. A great location for doing the sites of Natchez.
This is an excellent campground, the best of the local casino campgrounds. Staff is friendly and the facilities are spotless. Nice pool and laundry facilities and clubhouse. The FHUs are first cabin. Casinos are close and a tram is provided if so desired. We enjoyed our stay, except for the summer heat, and will return.
Nice campground to base out of while touring the Nashville area. Sites are close and are gravel/grass. The grass area is uneven so be careful when walking around or you may twist an ankle. Hookups are good but old. The laundry is excellent but hot as there is no AC. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We've stayed here several times over the years and always recommend this location to folks visiting the area. Nice pool and entertainment/catered meal on Thursday evening.
A nice park. It is very clean, well manicured and landscaped. The interior roads are asphalt and the sites are level and gravel. Great power and good FHU except the water may is a bit tricky when hooking up as it is essentially below ground level. They have strict pet rules but there is a nice dog walk. There is a nice field with llamas and burros which are fun to watch. This is a great area for doing the Louisville/Bardstown area. I would give it a higher overall rating except that many folks assume the need for pools, game rooms, playgrounds, etc. Big flea market on the weekends.
A very nice park near a wonderful historic site, Arrow Rock Village. We happened to have the only FHU site available (other than the host's site) and it was very nice. The entire park is very clean and well manicured and if there were more FHU or even W/E sites their rating would be much higher. Each site is level and on a nice pad with a cement patio with table. We would visit again. Should mention that you won't get much cell coverage (ATT or Verizon) but if you like history and want a nice CG, this is the spot.
This is an overnight spot for the weary traveler. The site was OK, but the power was horrible. Our volt meter dropped to 99 when we turned on the AC. Not a pleasant stay as it is 95 degrees at this moment and we are w/o air. The WiFi doesn't work in our site so all we have is poor power and water. Would have been better off boon docking it at a Wal-Mart or Cracker Barrel.
Small and well kept park in the heart of Independence, MO, which is a history buffs bonanza. Great hook-ups and nice pads surrounded by lawn. There is a softball field and walking track. Nice folks run the place and because it is a small park I would suggest reservations as it seems to be full at all times.
A very nice park about 7 miles west of Wichita center and actually within the borders of Wichita. Most sites have trees and are pull-through and a bit narrow but certainly can handle any size rig. Facilities are well maintained and the employees are friendly and helpful. Would definitely return.
We stayed here with PA. It is a nice park, great for an overnight. Large sites, excellent hook-ups and very convenient as it is right near the I-40 and the Big Texan. We only stay the night, but would stay longer if our plans so dictated.
Stayed here while visiting family. It is a well kept urban park, but the sites are narrow and a very large rig will have some difficulty maneuvering. Depending on site location you may have highway noise. The park is near the trolley line and is very convenient if touring the city. Each site is on asphalt with a cement pad but no picnic table. The only real problem with the site is that when slides are extended they are up against bushes so access to compartments may be difficult. We would stay here again for its convenience and cleanliness if nothing else.
Nice clean park just off Exit 24. The entrance is a bit deceiving, just turn right at the first light. The park is clean and well maintained. The power utilities appear new and the sites are level with grass and a picnic table. Although near the interstate the noise is not noticeable. Nice base park to tour the area.
An excellent park, one of the best. The amenities are just great and the sites about as perfect as they can get. Each site is on a cement pad with a nice table and lush grass. The utilities are well laid out and there are even two sewer dumps from which to choose. The scenery is beautiful and of course there is a nice casino. We will definitely be back.
Beautiful membership CG with access for non-members. I don't understand the previous 2 reviews. Yes, the main road is narrow, but easily maneuvered. Many sites are large and very shady which does limit satellite reception but hey, it is a campground. You can find (we did) sites in several sections where satellite reception is available (we were in C), you just have to look. If in a motorhome, unhook the toad at the gazebo and search for the kind of site you prefer. The major negative for this park is that the view sites are popular and therefore, difficult to get. But, there are spectacular views from the park. Sewer sites are limited but there are 2 dump stations and a honey bucket service available. The amenities are excellent and the beach is just across the road. Nice for walking.
This park was part of the Western Horizon system. We parked here as RPI members and the park is now operated by Encore/ELS. It is a beautiful park, clean and well maintained with large shaded sites. The pool is very nice as are the activity center and the other amenities. The only reason this park doesn't get a 10 is that there are no sewer hook-ups and few garbage dumpsters. Located near Seattle and Bellevue.
We've stayed here before on our treks to the Pacific Northwest and find that it is a pleasant place for an overnight stay. Easy site access and the pull-through sites allow you to keep the toad connected. The casino is nice and has food and a nice bar if a cocktail is needed after a long drive.
Great park and great location. Sites are very private, shaded and reasonably level. The only negative is that there are no sewer connections. The lodge is very nice and they also have a decent camp store, miniature golf, horse shoes, canoe rentals, and a pool. A coffee wagon has just been set up at the entrance.
Excellent park. Would rate a ten if they had shade and a pool. Well manicured park and each site is large with excellent hook-ups. The sites are very level and the Wi-Fi is very good. Great stop for an overnight, or a few days.
We received the weekly rate which is lower this year. This is a city park and we enjoy it as the casino is nice and provides many amenities. A good place to base while visiting LV (they have a shuttle bus if you prefer)and less expensive than many of its competitors. The only negatives I can think of are: no table at the sites, some sites can be narrow, very little grass. Sites are level, good hookups and cable TV. Very well maintained.
We have stayed here several times while visiting Las Vegas. It is a very good park with nice level sites and even a little grass in this desert destination. The park is secure and a short walk to the casino which provides a variety of services and entertainment. They do not provide picnic tables and if you need room I suggest you pay the premium and use the pull through sites. There is a shuttle to the Strip and the Fremont Experience.
This is a membership campground in an urban setting and we have stayed here several times over the years. It is an older park and therefore the sites are smaller than most parks, but it is well maintained, very clean, and a great spot from which to enjoy this major American city. If you are expecting wilderness style camping this is not your spot. The staff is friendly and helpful.
We've stayed here several times and find it a reasonably priced park (weekly rates available) and convenient for doing the Albuquerque area. This would probably not be a great park for families as there are no playgrounds, pools, etc. and most campers appear to be adults, many of them working in the area. Nice laundry facilities and dog walking areas. Sites are level with excellent utilities.
A nice place to stay in Amarillo just east of city center. The hookups are excellent and the sites are very large and open. There are few trees and therefore shade is not available for those visiting during the warmer months. Certainly a good overnight spot. We paid the Passport America 1 day rate.
A very nice campground along Lee Creek. It is well shaded and the sites are side by side in many cases. The hookups are up-to-date and in good shape. The family that runs the park is very nice and helpful. We paid the Good Sam discount rate and would stay here again as it is close to I-40 but very quiet.
Cement pads surrounded by grass. No shade but the sites are level and well kept. Short walk to the Casino and we found the staff friendlier here than at the Hollywood which is across the road. Pet friendly and well maintained facility with roaming security visible at all times. We've stay here before and will return. They do take the Good Sam discount and the nightly rate was $15.40.
This county park is right on the Mississippi River about 6 miles south of Greenville city center. The roads are paved but there are a few potholes. Lots of shade, playgrounds for children and wonderful views of the river. Good place to walk and pets are welcome. Cell phone usage is marginal but possible. Rates are $12 for those over 50, $13 for E/W and $15 for FHUs. There is a dump station. Check out time is 1:00 pm.
Excellent park with 5 large fishing ponds for those so inclined. The site we had at the north end, had cement pads surrounded by grass with a large pond at our rear. The park is very clean and manicured with nice facilities for all activities. Would be a great place for not only the fisherman but the family. My only complaint would be that there are no picnic tables at the site and the garbage can be quite a trek for many, depending where you are parked. I will return to this CG.
Stayed here as a member of Passport America otherwise it is very expensive. This is a very nice park with excellent cement pads and utilities. The roads are gravel but OK. The lodge and laundry are excellent and the employees friendly. We had a river view site and it was great. Great park for kicking back or doing the tourist thing.
This is not a state CG, but a private CG just off the Trace between milepost 251-252. It is only 1/4 mile from the Trace. Very quiet here and the sites are level, clean and surrounded by grass. The pool is clean and the pond very picturesque. A great place to overnight or stay a few days to see the Trace or take in Tupelo. I think that some of the previous reviews have confused this CG with a State Park on the Trace.
It is a nice, clean park and relatively close to the hot spots. It is probably the most reasonable park in the area. The laundry is available 24 hours and is nice. The sites are clean, good hook-ups and each one has a wooden patio.
Once you get settled it is a beautiful park with large sites surrounded by pine trees. Each site has a table and fire pit. The roads are a bit bumpy and depending on where they put you, the job of leveling can be difficult. We stayed on Passport America so we got a site further out even though there were several very level sites available at the front of the park. Of course, the price was pretty good for this area. The park is 5 minutes to all of the activities.
This is the 2nd time we've stayed here. It is a nice, clean CG with lots of shade trees which help in the August heat. The site was very level with good hook-ups and 50 amp power. Yes, it is gravel but I didn't find that a problem. Good location for doing Wichita. The owners were pleasant folks and yes, they do run your card when you make reservations. Reasonably full so call ahead.
An excellent park with very large pull through sites, cement pads and paved roads. There are trees but few shaded sites are actually available. Many facilities including a marina, restaurant, stables, lake recreation and walking trails. Close to downtown Denver.
Although very small the park is beautiful and perfectly manicured. The hook-ups are excellent and every site is shaded. Excellent river recreation is close by. The owners live on site and are very friendly. A real "small town" atmosphere.
Site was acceptable although we had no sewer at ours. The park was clean but felt cramped as the sites were not that large and the roads are narrow. Laundry room was good and the employees were friendly.
Great park, large sites with modern hook-ups and level pads. Roads are paved and the entire park is well maintained. Very close to Denver. The only negatives would be the limited laundry facilities and the daily fee for every vehicle to enter the park in addition to the camping fee. I bought the annual pass for multiple vehicles for $89 as we are staying for 2 weeks.