We had to be in Pagosa Springs earlier than normal and unfortunately this was the only RV Park open. Other RV parks open May 1. We paid $700 for the month (including electric). This place isn’t worth half that.
Many full time residents in park...
I hate to have to leave a negative review but this park takes the cake.
We booked this park about two months in advance of our travels to the Seattle area to visit our daughter. We originally asked for a one month stay (due to it being cheaper...
After boondocking in central Oregon we decided to head back to Colorado with the oncoming heatwave. We drove about 280 miles before stopping for the night.
This little park was a nice choice. Gave us a chance to do laundry (clean...
Stayed here on our way to the Seattle area from Idaho. Not a lot of info on it so we kind of winged it but so glad we did!
Be aware, there are not a lot of sites for bigger rigs And there are some tight turns so be sure to know your rig. Our...
We stayed here on our way up to Washington. Stayed in the parking lot in front of the casino with designated RV parking. Plenty of room for lots of RVs throughout with plenty of room to put out slides, etc.
Some road noise and also some big...
We had a beautiful monthly stay at Mountain Landing. Our site (#30) was perfectly situated under the pines and not terribly close to others.
All sites are gravel but do slope towards the electric and sewer so you will need to level. Also, all...
Perfect overnight stop. Easy access from the interstate but far enough away there was no road noise. Perfect Verizon reception.
Self check in with honor system payment. $5 discount for military/vets.
The only ding is the water connection...
We stopped here on an overnight on our way to Idaho from Colorado.
First off, this park is now called iCamp Green River with new owners. They are working hard to make it a nice RV park.
The park was fairly empty (only 4 other RV) and our...
Let me preface this by saying that I camp hosted here over the winter of 2017-2018. We generally prefer to NOT be in an RV Park but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do!
Anyhoo, let me give you the pros and cons.
Pros: extremely large...
A small, family run RV park in the heart of Chama, NM. Some shady sites and some full sun. Older bathhouse and laundry room but very clean and well maintained. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Walking distance to grocery store.
"Perfect for an overnight"
"Free overnight in front parking lot"
"Wonderful park near downtown Pagosa!"
"Excellent overnight stop"
"Best RV park in the T or C area!"
"Decent RV park for a decent price"
"Small RV park right on Klamath Lake!"
"Convenient to Mammoth Lakes and hot springs"
"Amazing park in an amazing spot!"
"Gravel lot RV parking, shared sitting areas"
"Beautiful and remote right on the Williamson River!"
"Average RV park in Idaho farming delta with trash issues"
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