What a wonderful park in the woods. The area is immaculate! Sites vary from gravel to those with patios. There are park models in some sites, but all are well-kept. When we arrived, I couldn't believe how quiet it was. The next day, more families arrived and kids enjoying the area livened up the place. A number of rigs arrived that knew each other. I LOVE the dog run - large, shaded, with a good secure 4 foot fence. Lots of waste bag dispensers and folks seem to get the hint. Access to the river is good, though its relatively low in August. Price depends on type of site.
If you are looking for amenities - go to a real campground. This is boondocking at its best. You are close to all of the Quartzsite activities but far enough out to circle the wagons and enjoy your family and friends. There is a BLM host near the east end of the road available for info. Lots of places to choose from. Be careful about parking where you have to cross a wash - there have been bad rains here in the past that have caused washouts and you may not get back out. Minimal tv reception but who cares.
We love this park and stay here when we can on our journeys through. Its farther away from the train noises than others. The orange trees are a novelty - you can pick the Valencias Jan - March. Sites are level but dirt, which is ok. Great tv, wifi is very good. I haven't been into the Lodge area but the office/cafe is bustling in the morning with free coffee and the biggest doughnuts I've ever seen. The restrooms are VERY clean! Great park.
We wanted to stay another night in the area but the park near to the Evergreen museum was booked. I put in a reservation request that night to Willamette Wine Country and promptly the next morning, received a call from them -- confirming a site for us. I thought the park was nice. Lots of places to walk your dogs. Staff was really nice and efficient at check in. We were pleased with the location. I didn't notice any smells from the ponds. There is traffic noise as you are close to the road but, it was consistent so not bothersome.
With Players Club discount. We have stayed here before and this park just gets better and better! Now the trees have grown, providing more shade. The flowers are awesome and pretty. I can't say enough about how GREAT this place is. This should be a model for all other parks!! The staff is friendly and efficient. They show you to your site. Sites have lush vegetation and grass. The sites are set up well for all kinds of RVs. LOVE IT!! Shuttle is there in a minute to take you to the casino if you want. No traffic noise at all.
We stayed here as we needed to access some of the stores in the vicinity. We usually stay at Orange Grove. We like the park except for the TRAIN noises but you will get that just about everywhere in Bakersfield. Otherwise - nice park, very clean.
A wonderful park for ease of access, beauty, level sites, gorgeous pool and spa. Sites separated on the back with hedges, lots of grass area for each site. Access to laundry 24 hours. While its "pet friendly" - I have a complaint about the fenced pet area. Its not secure for small to medium dogs as the fence is too high off the ground and the slats too wide. Otherwise - its clean as a whistle (no poo) which is remarkable. Everyone seemed to mind their doggie manners (leashes, no barking). I really recommend this as a destination or a stop over. Temecula is a great town (old town) and great wineries.
We camp here all the time on our way through. Great park, friendly staff. Discount for cash/check. The usual discounts for AAA/Good Sam. Only comment has nothing to do with the park - the trains can be heard from here (though not as bad as other parks) and the street side of the park gets truck traffic so, if you are particularly sensitive to noise - you may have to get to Tehachapi or other locations. Pet friendly - lots of places to walk dogs.
Really nice park with a huge "football field" for a pet run. Great pet-friendly place. Folks are nice, sites are neat and clean. Don't want to complain but the sites still aren't right for every rig. Our rig didn't line up with the sewer in order to fit into the site and, if we put the doorway on the pavement, the end of the 5th wheel would stick out. But - its a great, first rate place. the spa and pool are great.
Great park for overnight stays or, if you want to see Calico ghost town (just down the road). I paid 33.75 with KOA discount. If you are a pet owner - its a great place with acres of desert behind the campground to walk your pets. Desk people are nice and very helpful. The site we were in has the sewer offset too much but that isn't true of all the sites. There are shrubs between the sites for some privacy.
We love this park but, it can get crowded on Friday nights through Sunday. Great views from the upper loops. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Nice volunteers and hosts. Lots of trails to walk. Very pet friendly. Great location to see other sites in the area such as Tuzigoot, Montezuma Castle, and Montezuma Well.
We have camped here before. The sites are not level (slope from back to front) but are laid out well. The sewer hook up is a pedestal with a slide door and it was smelly. Sites are close together but, most folks aren't here for the family camping experience. Lots of dogs and its not bad as far as pet-friendly. The dog run at the back really smelled of urine - very strong. Needs to be regularly watered down or something. There are some longer term folks here with dogs that think nothing of letting them loose to defecate on the grass (and they don't clean it up). Park gets a lot of road noise and the music from the adjoining casino was really loud. I still recommend the place as it is great to stay in and gamble at Sam's Town.
A great park, with friendly staff. Pet friendly: a long dog walk next to the entry road as well as a couple of fenced areas. Hwy noise is not very bad. The spa is great and pool looked nice. It's well maintained. I recommend this park if you are in the area. Wi-Fi is adequate.
This park offers many amenities for groups and for families. We chose it because of the location and its nice grounds. Too pricey if you only want a good campsite. Staff was friendly and efficient. They are pet friendly and we discovered a large new fenced dog area (2 large sections and a small section in the middle) and they have agility equipment! The pool is really nice, spa is hot and both are enclosed. Lots of covered BBQ cooking spots.
Very peaceful, lots of green lawn (formerly a 5-hole golf course). Must be an Elk's member to stay. Had a nice Labor Day weekend breakfast put on by the lodge. There are 4-legged elk around though we didn't see any this time. Close to south end of town. Great campground for pet owners. Also picked a pan of blackberries.
This is a top-notch place: friendly, pet-friendly, clean, comfortable, everything you could ask for. Our rate included AAA discount and you get another 10% for signing up with the Player's Club. Small grassy pet area and lots of roads and some trails to take your pet for a walk. The clubhouse/pool/spa/exercise room is wonderful.
This is a campground available only to Elks members and you must show your card at check in. Great open campground with wide back-ins and lots of room on the access roads. Some low screening between sites. Great Wi-Fi signal. Pet-friendly and people are really good about picking up after their dogs. Quiet campground. Kids welcome but there isn't really much to do for them here (at the campground). There is a rentable recreation building (can be rented by Camper Clubs and groups). Lodge in town has special event meals on a regular basis.
We arrived after hours and found good instructions on where to park. Found a grassy pull-through. This park is close to both the freeway and the train tracks so, you have to expect that its rather noisy. The pedestal that was at our site was in disrepair. I was alarmed at the corrosion on the breaker switch. The last occupant had duct taped their sewer hose into the outlet and left the tape. We didn't dump so not critical to us. OK for overnight stop.
Sites were rather tight as previous raters mentioned. We should have looked at other rigs first as you have to put your wheel well on the "patio" to be sure your slides have room. The facilities are very nice: spa, pool, billiards, and nice workout room. I used one of the 2 BBQs provided at the patio. Very handy. This park is centrally located to the town and the surrounding area. Only drawback for us was that the pet area is really small. We took our pets out of the park for walks instead. I recommend this park.
This park really has their act together and its a CLASS ACT. Attention to detail for RVers. The separate building has a rec room with pool table and TV as well as a nice laundry room and bathrooms. The main office/store is also a nice lounge area. In the morning its Continental breakfast. Pool is very nice. Only small negative is that the spa was locked (not yet county approved) but there was no sign to explain. Lots of attention to detail. You are escorted to your site and assisted in parking. VERY pet friendly with 2 enclosed areas and lots of grass down the long drive for walks. Nice pond with ducks. Not far off the freeway but not much noise that we heard. GREAT park. Next time we will stay longer and enjoy the area.
What more can you ask for - this park has it all and very nice staff to boot. There are beautiful facilities - indoor pool, spa, workout room and nice, level sites, most with grassy areas. The sites have picnic table built in. The sites are well set up, within reach of the sewer hose for once!. Lots of fenced dog areas as well as landscaped areas to enjoy/walk. Shuttle runs frequently to the casino but, you can enjoy this park without it. The night we were there, they hosted a local wine tasting. Very nice. Great way to meet folks. This will be a destination park for us from now on!
Wonderful park. It was getting very crowded prior to the holiday weekend but all was peaceful and orderly. This is a major day-use area for wind surfers and its neat to watch. Small beach/swim area. Very dog-friendly with lots of room to walk. Major discovery was the numerous/fat blackberries on the north side of tents only loop. I picked a couple pounds before leaving. Only complaint was the sewer hook-up which is awkward as it is an above-ground pipe. We had to hold the hose in it to dump. The placement of it is too far back for anyone with slides as you must park forward to avoid the pedestal. No biggie - we really enjoyed this area.
Very scenic park. Family-oriented with many things to do such as mini golf, tot paddle boats. Wi-Fi was down and would not be repaired for a couple of days. Good destination park. We overnighted and it was a quiet park with easy access. Sites are somewhat close together but, no more than other parks. Very nice staff. Very dog-friendly and folks seem to be good about picking up after their pets. Pool was also being repaired and was unavailable as was the spa. If you were hoping to use these amenities, you would have been disappointed.
This park has alot of semi-permanent "worker" rigs but, its very well kept and very quiet. Staff is helpful. Pets are OK and there are places to walk them. I got a Wi-Fi signal (thanks to a private user with no password protection). I recommend this for an overnight stay, or to stay and see the area.
this park was south of Idaho Falls, right near the huge Army Surplus Store (husband loved this). I was surprised at how quiet it was even being near the off ramp. Wi Fi was not available at the far end of the campground even though I was told it was. This is an OK place to set up for an overnight stay. Was a bit smelly due to proximity to the fields (manure I think) but the wind shifted and it was fine.
Very friendly folks. Woodsy setting which is great when it gets rather warm. Pet friendly - we were able to walk our dogs in the nearby forest on trails not far from our site. Well kept campground near to town and not far from Glacier. I recommend this campground as it is very scenic. Wi fi was a bit spotty until you found the right place in the rig to access if you rely on that sort of thing.
Very crowded with families but not noisy. Hosts kept good control. Great access to the Lake and swimming, fishing, sunbathing. The trail is great for biking and walking. I recommend this campground in the fall when its not so crowded. The Reserveamerica website is not very user-friendly. We were unable to get reservations but did get 1st come site. Also have great campground - Eagle, just down the road but no hookups.
Had a hard time finding our way in due to an event. Event staff had no clues about the camping and refused us entrance. I finally saw the host in a golf cart and he was very nice; helped us navigate around the grounds. One area is shaded with grass but we requested a parking area (flat, paved, hookups to the rear) due to having dogs. He was obliging. Lots of area to take the dogs for a walk. We stayed here and then drove up to Auburn for a craft show. Driving around Roseville is a bit confusing especially at night. Good place to settle and visit surrounding areas.
Central location to many areas in Sacramento. We were minutes from the capitol and to ARCO arena. The staff was very pleasant. They take reservations but don't require a deposit. They obliged a request by us to move due to difficulty backing our rig. Right outside the gate is access to trails along the Sacramento River. Great for walking, biking, dog walks. Also close to shopping (Mall) and tons of restaurants. Many people call cabs to get around. This is mostly paved. Lots of security lighting. Very quiet, though trains can be heard in the distance. No through traffic.
Nice park, very quiet. Access was easy off of the 101. The County park beach was not far away and it was really nice. Access to town was also simple. Very friendly at check-in and check-out - offered suggestions for eating spots. I recommend this park!
This park is currently very full with workers on a large job nearby and this will go on for a while. That said, we were able to get a nice level site. The cabins and sites are mixed which is OK. There is lots of "wide open space" around here - great for dogs though you should keep on a leash or watch for wild critters. Proprietor was nice man. Campground seemed nice and quiet. I recommend if you can get a site.
You can tell that this park gets considerable traffic in the popular months. It seems a bit tired and somewhat trashy. We had trouble telling where our site was (water front sites) and the pedestal numbering was confusing. That said, the off season was good for a visit. The park was quiet. Check-in staff seemed a bit stand-offish and she couldn't tell us which sticker went on which vehicle. By the way - it takes a lot to get those site stickers off!
The staff was very friendly - to the point of letting us know the next morning about bad travelling conditions so we could make choices. A very well-kept park. The pool looks very nice. Pet-friendly. The pet run is best for small dogs but, there is some open land nearby for longer walks. Privacy hedges between sites. I recommend this one.
Hosts were very informative. There are 2 new loops up away from the river. The sites are spaced apart so as to provide some room. Restrooms are very nice but there was no walkway constructed yet to ours - could be a problem for mobility impaired. We had a wonderful view of the lights of Jerome at night. I really recommend this park especially off season.
We had a "choice" spot in a cul-de-sac area with minimal through traffic. Nice green grass. Plenty of room for all sizes of rigs with slide-outs and vehicle parking. Amenities were centrally placed - such as the bathrooms and the laundry. It is rather noisy due to the nearby road (Boulder Hwy) when the sirens go by. There is a brand-new Walmart being built across the street. Security was very obvious and did frequent drive-bys.
A very nice layout. Park is very pretty with trees and many amenities such as cooking structures. I would say that families would like this park more than we - a couple with 2 dogs. Sites were tight but fortunately, the park was not busy. Mosquitos were terrible, but not their fault. Front desk staff very friendly but the guy in the golf cart doing the maintenance was into "hot dogging". Once he skidded to a stop (going too fast) and a second time he took a corner too fast and the garbage fell out of the back - yuck. The pool and spa building were impressive. Bottom line - great for families. Pricey if you don't use the amenities.
Really nice park - lots of grass and shade. Plenty of space and dog friendly. Could hear the elk bugling in the morning but didn't see any. Not far from town so its convenient but quiet. Staff was low-key but very helpful. Setting is wonderful.
Staff was very efficient at check in. Sites are tight but there is plenty of grassy areas on the perimeter. Close to freeway but not noisy. Pet friendly. Park is neat and clean. Unfortunately, we weren't there for "movie night" which is shown on the big screen left over from its drive-in theatre days. Sounds fun. Desk staff was good with local restaurant recommendations.