The owner/managers are excellent. The grounds are beautifully maintained with lots of flowers. The 50 amp service worked perfectly and the Wi-Fi access was great. The fairgrounds next door are usually empty and the owners will tell you if there is an activity at the fairgrounds when you make your reservation. Most of the big rig sites are shaded.
The maintenance of the grounds and sites was outstanding. Lots of native pine trees plus the owners have planted many trees which are watered on an extensive drip system. Many sites have new 50 amp. service to them. There is a free WiFi hot spot which I could not get to work on my laptop. One disadvantage is that there is only one set of restrooms for the entire park - the restrooms are not large. Also, they charge for a shower (it should be included in the price). Excellent paved roads and rock base at the sites. The park was not dusty. Also, there is only one garbage location which is kept extremely clean. The trees, setting and location are excellent. They even clean the new picnic tables before each check-in and they guide you to your site and direct you park easily on your site.
This is an older park which was a KOA. The sites tend to be small with only a very few 50 amp. sites. There are very few RV parks near Sacramento. The road into the park is quite rough. The roads inside the park are ok - but narrow. Good shopping and restaurants close by. I found an excellent independent coffee house (Court House Coffee) in old town Auburn with free Wi-Fi. There is no Wi-Fi or internet access in the park. I was at the park during a period of heavy rain and could not do a full review of the park.
A very good spot for an overnight stay. Very reasonably priced with no extra for tax. The sites are narrow and not long. The sprinklers go off in the middle of the night with water spots on the coach. No Wi-Fi access. You have to remember that this is a casino RV park and they want you to gamble. This park fills up very early during peak summer season. Be sure to call for reservations. The office staff was very helpful. You do get some noise from the truck parking in the next lot and from the freeway. There is a picnic table and a bit of grass for most sites. Only a very few 50 amp. sites - be sure to call and reserve one. No extra charge for 50 amps. The museum in Winnemucca is the best small town museum we have ever seen.
Extremely well-laid out park with very large pull-thru sites. The bit of lawn next to each site is watered with an underground drip system - no sprinkler spots on our coach. There is free Wi-Fi for only three days. Wi-Fi should be free all the time. Outstanding restrooms. Each restroom is private with a locking door and extremely clean. A very inviting pool and spa area. Far enough from the freeway to be away from the noise. The front desk personnel were very helpful and friendly. This will be a 10 when the trees grow and they plant summer flowers. A nice club house area open to everyone. Highly recommended.
This is a huge park (1,200 spaces)with several sections. We stayed in the newest section. The nightly rate of $25 was certainly extremely reasonable. The WiFi service was free and could be accessed from only some of the sites - however, you can go the club room at the office where the reception is excellent. The paved streets are good and the sites are wide and allow for parking of your towed vehicle or tow vehicle. We found there to be a limited number of restrooms. The restrooms are only cleaned once daily and sometimes toilets got stopped up and they seem to only be cleared during the once a day cleaning. We were at the park during high season and would have gladly paid an extra $1 or $2 per day to have the restrooms cleaned more than once a day. The restrooms were surface cleaned rather than deep cleaned.
Excellent location near the lake on the Spokane River. The sawmill across the river from the park does not present a noise problem. I really appreciated the expensive looking propane fired mosquito machines which are placed along the river inside the park. There were no mosquitoes in a location that looks like mosquito country. Excellent free Wi-Fi service in the park. It is $10 per day more for a premium site. We found the grass and view worth the extra money. The contruction on the second set of restrooms/showers appears to be going very slowly. The gravel site to park the coach or RV is very narrow. Hence we got hit with sprinklers on watering day. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. I enjoyed the seaplane flight for only $50 from Brooks and the 90 minute boat tour of the lake was excellent.
The setting of the park is outstanding. You camp under a canopy of sycamore trees. There are two creeks in the park and the Yuba river is a short walk. The park has 100 acres and is a true oasis. There is a picnic table and fire pit at each site. The sites are huge. Also, there is a brand-new clubhouse for groups. The tent campers are in a different section of the park and can't be seen or heard at the RV section of the park. The park flooded on New Years day of 2006 and is recovering. The manager (Bob) is outstanding and strives to make your stay enjoyable. The new owners are promising renovation of the restrooms, painting of buildings and new signs. Cell phone reception on Verizon was excellent. No 50 amp., WiFi, or sewer at the campsite (there is a dump station and a honey wagon). A great get-away which is close to the Sacramento metro area.
Well-designed park with lots of room in a beautiful setting. Friendly staff. Good central location in the town of West Yellowstone. They charge for WiFi (it should be free in all parks). There were no paper towels in the restrooms (only hot air dryers - shades of McDonalds). The parking area on the sites is narrow and we got sprinkler water on the coach. The sites themselves are fairly wide.
Excellent maintenance of this older park. New 50 amp. electric with excellent cable TV. Free WiFi internet (this should be standard in all RV parks). The Bar J western dinner and show which is located about 1/2 block from the park was excellent (especially the show). The park has lots of trees and grass. The grass is well-maintained. We visited the other RV parks in Jackson and this is far and away the best. The only negative is that ingress and egress for a large coach is tight. Like all KOA parks, they have tent campers and cabins.
Outstanding rate of $17 (no tax added). Park is very attractive. Only 30 amp. service. Lots of trees and virtually no highway noise. The only negative is that sites are fairly narrow and we got lawn sprinkler water on the coach. An outstanding value.