We stayed here for 17 nights while visiting family living nearby. We stayed in a pull-through spot located on an raised island of hard-packed sand and pea-sized gravel, separated from the paved roads by a sloped concrete curb. The site was...
This was our second Christmas stay at this campground. Located just a few miles outside of the 202 loop surrounding the Phoenix metro area, it’s a great choice for those who want that outdoors feel but also easy access to civilization. There is...
First off, be aware that at the time of this review (December 2020), the park had recently been purchased by neighboring campground The Palms at River Edge. While they were starting to share the latter name, they still had separate websites and...
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We stayed a week at one of the full hookup sites, located on the left side of the campground. Each of those sites has a wall of tall plants on both sides, which added a bit of privacy to what were otherwise typically-sized sites for a KOA. It...
The sites are unremarkable - large gravel stones with a short concrete patio to position your door over - but they’re level and not overly tight. The main draw of this campground - besides being located about an hour from Death Valley National...
From a pure layout and site-spacing perspective, it’s fairly typical for a private campground that doesn’t have a lot of space to work with. The gravel sites are narrow but not uncomfortably so, and they are decently long and level. They have...
We stayed here at the end of October 2020, when the campground was only about 11 weeks old. The campground has most of the usual amenities, but implemented in a unique way.
Most of the RV sites are crescent-shaped pull-throughs on either...
This is a great private campground in range of a number of parks and trails. The campground is divided into two main sections. The top section (where we stayed) has about two dozen big rig-friendly full hookup sites. All the sites are gravel,...
The campground has a collection of full-hookup and water/electric sites, as well as several tent sites and two sets of cabins. They are generally fully booked in the early fall, so we had to settle for a water/electric site for our 8-day stay. ...
Unsurprisingly, we couldn’t find a campground in Moab that could host us for three weeks in September, so we booked a stay at Mountain View RV Park. We made the mistake of asking for an available pull-through site instead of a back-in, which...
"A resort with a community feel and indoor amenities"
"Lush desert landscape just outside of Phoenix"
"More of a gated RV suburb than a campground"
"Typical KOA but with a little extra privacy at some sites"
"Utilitarian sites, but numerous campground amenities/activities"
"Decent suburban campground with above and beyond customer service"
"Aptly named and unique private campground"
"Comfortable, quiet basecamp for visiting Bryce Canyon and Cedar Breaks"
"Probably the best full-amenity RV park near Capitol Reef NP"
"Compact RV park within an hour of crowded Moab"
"Fairly typical KOA but with a few long-term residents"
"Great private campground slightly off the beaten path"
"Plain campground but with unique views"
"Quiet campground among the pine trees"
"Decent KOA with full amenities, but the price is a turn-off"
"Lots of amenities with a state park feel"
"Decent campground; not as crowded as some KOAs"
"Quiet, well-maintained private campground"
"Nice, spacious private campground with lots of grass"
"Adequate/solid facilities and hookups for a really low price; great choice for a layover"
"Great private campground; wonderful owners"
"Okay for an overnight stay if you don't mind the price."
"Decent off-the-highway campground, but not a fan of the owner"