3 days ago
Price reflects FHU, pull-thru site plus we used some KOA rewards over Memorial Day weekend. It was nice to have some shade after staying in Southern Utah for a couple months. Little to no traffic noise, but this is a popular area for ORVs so...
Price reflects 7-week pricing for back-in, level FHU site on crushed stone. (Price included electric, 50 amp) We hunkered down here during the worst of the Covid-19 shutdown. Staff was very helpful and friendly, and working constantly keeping...
I give any park extra points for being open during the coronavirus disaster. We paid $40 for a FHU pull-thru site. Not many rigs here, and those were in and out in 1 night on their way elsewhere. Campers were spaced well-apart, we didn't utilize...
For a 1 month stay + electric for a tight, FHU back-in spot: approx. $20/night. This is probably one of the better 'resorts' in the area but there were a few 'dings.' Some spaces are close: we could hear our neighbors talking, their TV playing,...
Rate describes pull-thru, fairly level FHU site on gravel with some rocks and desert plantings. Nice folks at check-in, escorted to site quickly. Bathrooms/showers/laundry were nice but woefully inadequate in size for the number of residents. Pool...
2nd review: Last year we stayed 3 days...this time 2 months! Very pleased with everything. Park is clean and safe and people are friendly. Our site was amply-sized and included a concrete patio. (Camp hosts gave us a choice when we checked in and...
168 days ago
Price reflects roomy, level, FHU site. Check-in was easy and quick and staff led us to our site. Could have left the toad hooked up...and neighbor sites were well-away from us. Laundry, showers and bathrooms were the cleanest I've ever seen, and...
Calling themselves "one of America’s finest active adult RV Resorts" sets the bar pretty high. Price reflects a back-in, FHU site with a cement patio on volcanic rock. Many amenities offered for all levels of interest. Laundry was modern and clean...
We met up with our daughter and grandsons for a weekend of fun. (It was also a special Christmas weekend so there were lots of scheduled activities.) In addition to all the many things to do in San Diego area, there was something to please...
Stayed here for proximity to Joshua Tree NP and Palm Springs area, plus the hot springs pool and spas. Nothing special about our lot, all gravel, but they weren't busy so no other rigs close. Bathrooms and showers were clean for the most part...
"Nice Little Campground..."
"A Good Stay...Best Wi-Fi Ever!"
"Ok...But a Few Disappointments"
"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly..."
"Great For Family Get-Together"
"Probably Best RV Park in Area"
"Another Great ACOE Spot"
"Great Spot For a Stopover"
"Great Choice For This Area"
"Many Pros...and a Couple Cons"
"Pleasant Experience but @ Higher Price"
"Nice Park, Good Experience"
"Kinda Disappointed in This ACOE"
"Quiet, Friendly Place to Relax"
"Peaceful and Pretty...Remote"
"Overpriced For What We Got..."
"Lovely and Quiet - Good Place to Explore Black Hills"
"Great Spot for Visiting Local Attractions"
"Gorgeous Site on the Water"
"Pleasant Surprise! Would Like to Stay Longer..."
"Another Great COE Campground"
"Pleasant Spot Near Mississippi River "
"Convenient, Friendly for Short Stay"
"Clean, Pleasant Campground With Traffic Noise"