This park was convenient enough into the city, sites are mostly gravel, ours was pretty level. Wifi worked very well, seems expensive for no cable TV. Folks very friendly and helpful. Area at the back of more permanent trailers etc. Laneways a bit narrow for the big rig but do-able if you really take it easy. Apparently have an off leash area coming in another month or so, pet areas available mostly very wet/muddy. Didn't find the previously mentioned highway or train noise a problem. DEFINITELY be careful when you get to Exit 14- there is NO warning about how short and sharp the exit is. Watch for the KOA signs to find the place.
Lots of room and were given a choice of sites. Pads are nice level concrete with a good sized patio area. Grassy area for a dog walk right next to us. Cable TV didn't work all that well and the Wi-Fi was a pain to get into and wanted to cut out several times. Very nice people and helpful about what to see, restaurants available etc. The free laundry was great, nice new clean machines. A bit of a "cow" odour in the air on several occasions but not terrible. We would return to this campground.
We camped here in a motorhome so we could do the train ride to the canyon. Sites are paved and tend to run "downhill" towards the road so the coach had to be jacked up a lot more in front than usual. You must use a sewer hose support and jack pads. Site pads are fairly narrow with really nowhere to put out chairs or a table if you were going to sit out as its very coarse gravel between sites. Folks in the office are very nice and helpful with directions and park is about an hours drive to the canyon and 2 minutes to Williams and Old Route 66. No where to really walk your dog except on a path that goes around the park.
We camped here in a motorhome and where they put you is way at the back of the park as most units are the built in park kind. Site was very narrow but level gravel. The water did go out one morning for several hours without warning, apparently they were fixing something. They are very anal about dogs-- there is only a long narrow strip of gravel across the back of the park where dogs are to be walked and there a number of streets in the park where you can't walk them either. Got the "third degree" at check in to prove we were over the 55+ age limit, even had to show driver's licences! Park appears to have lovely amenities and is close to shopping and restaurants. Would be a quiet place to spend part of the winter.
The park is extremely clean and very well maintained. Roadways in the park are a bit narrow but do-able as were the sites which are all concrete pads but we found where the coach went was a bit narrow for a back in site. Pool area looked great, unfortunately didn't have time to try it! Its an easy access to the interstate 40. Seemed to have a large number of long term campers, very friendly people. Garbage pickup at the sites in the morning. Nice trail area off to the west of the campgrounds for dog walking. We would definitely return here when in the area.
Sites are fairly level gravel which were just long enough to accommodate the coach and dinghy. Nice view of the mountains and Santa Fe at night, lots of stars to be seen as there is very little extra lighting at night. Nothing to do here except a short walking trail. Good laundry facilities, very clean. People were very nice and suggested what to see, how to get there and local restaurants. Back part of the park has a lot of permanent residents, bit junky and unmaintained there. Clean air, very quiet.
Sites were a bit small so our slides were almost on top of the neighbour's patio area. Very friendly folks at the check in and helpful with making some tools accessible as we needed to try and do some repairs. The pool area is large and looks very clean. The dog walk area is in the middle of a field but there is also some trails around for walking. There are a fair number of sites with what appear to be full time residents but they are over in the treed area where the sites are not suitable for a larger motorhome. The pull throughs are all over in what seems to be the newer part and have a gravel sand base- nice and level but did end up getting tracked in. A nice park for a short stay- wouldn't want to be there for more than a couple of nights.
We really liked it. The greatest drawback to this park is it's fairly far out of town. The people are super friendly, recommending tours and attractions to see. The washrooms are cleaner than my own and the place is very nicely kept. There are 2 off leash dog areas which our guy really liked. They offer reasonably priced BBQ style food most nights and breakfasts on the weekends- great waffles! For the kids they get out the old fire engine and pile all the kids in the camp on it, touring around with the lights and sirens going- they seemed to have a blast. We would definitely return.
We camped here only overnight but would love to return. Very friendly, escorted to our site. Sites are a good size, level concrete pad with room for our toad to park also. A very nice off leash area for our dog to stretch his legs. Close to restaurants and shopping and only down the road from the Opry. Highly recommend this place for anyone wanting to see Nashville.
We camped here for 3 nights. It was a convenient location to friends we were visiting but that's where the good part ends. The sewer/water/electric hookups were on the wrong side of the coach so everything had to be fished underneath. The breakers couldn't handle the load of us and the coach next to us and kept blowing. The sewer connections were one small step above a hole in the ground and smelled bad. The bar next door (our site backed onto their parking lot) was noisy 'til very late. Very overpriced for what you got, might be OK for overnight only.