What a nice stop along the loneliest Road in America. It’s not really a resort, but it does have limited sites with full hookups, a restaurant and a full bar, EV Charging, and some cabins.
The staff here were really nice, and the food was good,...
I hate to write these reviews!
It's Winnemucca, so the options are limited.
Lots of full-time/long-term residents, many with crap everywhere. I have nothing against long-term residents but come on man! There does not appear to be any...
Under new ownership, so I would expect to see gradual changes. It’s an old park built for smaller rigs, but we did see one big Class A there. I think they're a few pull-through sites, No frills but a good spot to stop in at. There are no supplies...
This is a big SXS area, so if you want a Zen experience, this might not be for you demanding on the day. There's plenty of places to tuck in and be by yourself or find a different spot to join in with a bunch of friends.
We have stayed in the Quartzsite area for years now, but this is the 1st time on this side of town. About 6 miles from town, it's a wide open area, no issues, the road is good. Can't really go wrong here
This was close to a shop i was headed to in the Hood River area. It's nothing too special but it's close to town and wooded. My site was well maintained and flat, a nice table etc.
Sites are nice, good utilities. it's got a really good clubhouse, with games, food etc. The owners are nice and keep a good place to visit. They do have quite a few full time residents, students, works etc. They select his tenants closely, if they...
1285 days ago
If I remember right last time around $65 a night. We've stayed there multiple times over the past 3 years, every time it gets better. They have new owners and they are putting money into the park and making improvements. They now have the laundry...
Moab, Yes, it's expensive and busy during the build up to Jeep Safari, but that's why we were here. The sites was easy to back in with our coach, had good utilities, and close enough to town. It's really hard to find hookups during this time of...
We went to see what other parks were in the North Bay area, just scouting around. While this has an intriguing name to draw you in, it's not an RV Park, RV Resort, or anything other than a long term renter trailer park. There are NO Spaces...
"Great overnight stop on Hwy 50"
"Old, rundown, shaky electric - Overnight only"
"Rustic for Rockhounds/ATV - Overnighter"
"Plenty of space, varied terrain"
"Nice Boondocking area. Plenty of space"
"A decent quick stopover"
"Really nice small park close to A&M"
"Much Improved over the past few times we've stayed"
"Perfect for what we needed."
"Long Term Trailer Park, Not for Travelers"
"Love this park! and the Alpacas too"
"Great stop while passing through"
"Perfect location to explore Bend/Redmond area"
"Wish all towns had this!"
"nice spot for an overnight stay"
"Don't camp here! - Don't tell anyone!"
"Lots of RV's, good overnight stop in the winter"
"Right across from wineries, how bad can it be?"
"The remodeled Hot Springs makes this park"
"Camping in a Sardine Can"
"Keep your expectations in check"
"Nice quiet place in Quartzsite"
"Overnight spot on the Freeway"
"Clean park walking distance to town"
"Nice KOA, with Trees and close to RV Factories"
"We had to leave due to Severe Weather, Tornado's and Hail"
"Nice city park, excellent idea, well maintained and Free"
"Way too expensive, stayed 1 night"
"1/2 RV/Campground - 1/2 Vacation Resort"
"Good stop for a night, if you have a Jeep even Better"
"Owners and sites are great..."
"A nice clean stop while visiting ABQ"
"Our 2nd time this year!"
"Excellent stop on the way north, super clean and well maintained"
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